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WM. P. HOUSEAL, Propnetors.
NEWBERRY, S: C,
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887.
As will be seen we have enlarged
the HERALD AND NEWS to its original
size. We propose to continue it at
this size and endeavor to fill its col
umns with the freshest and latest
general and local news.
A big railroad deal has been going
- on among the great syndicates of the
North for the past week.
The Spartun'iri IIer.dd is making
war on the gamblers in that city.
Some prosecutions have begun in
the courts and the matter is be
ginning to be lively.
Judge Norton is holding his third
court, since his elevation to the
bench, at Edgefield. He is winning
for himself golden opinions as a
just and able Judge.
Railroad accidents are getting
alarmingly frequent. A horrible ac
cident occurred on the Boston and
Providence on the 14th inst. The
train was filled with people. The
bridge gave way and a large num
ber were killed and a great many
were seriously injured.
The trial of the case of the Cul
breath lynchers was begin at Edge
field on last Monday. A severance
was granted and Holmes and Park
man put on trial. Judge Norton
seems to be attempting to clear the
criminal docket at Edgefieid. For
the want of material witnesses the
case was again continued.
Mr. D. Lynch Fringle, of South
Carolina, has been transferred from
- ' the position of Consul General and
Secretary of Legation at Guate
mala to that of Consul General at
The salary of Mr. Pringle will
be $3,000 a year instead of $2,000
took place at Edgefield last week, who
and rssulted in a verdict of man- of thc
slaughter. A great many people ex- Thu
pected a mistrial. There are too broke
other indictments for murder against to F(
Jones but we presume Judge Norton exteni
will give him a long enough term in accoum
the State Penitentiary, to obviate sistani
the expense of any more trials for The
murder in this world or at least until ent ar
. . .doctor
he is ripe with age. in th<
THlE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN AS- heads'
The suggestion made some time ago crushe
by our local contemporary loo.king to latest
__ the establishment of a young men's three]I
raading club meets our hearty ap- A MA
proval and the approval and endorse
ment of the citizens of Newberry, I The 1
and will receive not only their ap
proval and endorsement but their sub- EDG
stantial aid as well, if necessary. The Jury E
two ideas, that of organizing a Y. M, murde:
C. A., and the establishment of a the c
young men's reading club will be able c
combined, and the reading room and Iday or
library will be established in con-wol
nection with the Y. M1. C. A. We suche
are glad to see the interest that our the ju
young men are manifesting in this which
work. Rooms nicely fitted up and brougi
furnished with the latest periodicals, it wh
magazines and reviews, and in con- an agr<
nection therewith standard works on that ti
.various subjects, will make a most encing
pleasant and p)rofitable place for our elusion
young men, and for that matter some ofla
of the older ones too, to spend a por-- had be
tion of their time. The ladies, who to go
are always ready and willing in all volve
good work, have offered to furnish county.
the rooms. ao ask
As soon es the organization is a verdi(
completed and suitable rooms can be Sunadav
procured they will be handsomely during
furnished and fitted up and made in| would
every way pleasant and attractive, charge
Those who are active and interested Judge
in this movement are deeply in earn- table co
est and mean tliat their efforts shall with th
bce successfl. the jur
We publish ont our outide this interest
week an excellent. article from the early h
Southsern C'hristian Ad%ocate on "Wo- sleep>ing
man's Place." We hope that all our awakenE
lady friends will read it. Woman's ?eived I
proper sphere is in the home. There ejuiyem
she is king and queen, and car, and coolly rc
does wield a more powerful influence ter' E
than if she were to get into the pul- neck wt
pit, or on the platform, or go to the a it
ballot box. - The hand that rocks the Ireceive
cradle has more to do with shaping The ce
.the destinies of nations, than if that a paine
-hand were given the free use of the countem~
* ballot. The home is her palace and neys ro.
t -nee w
Fthe -impiress she makes on the young Iter."
and in the hoiue circle is one of the r
most potent inflnences for good or 0
evil that is wielded in this world.
Let her rule properly there and her,
impress and influence will be felt;
but let her abandon these and go on n
the platform or to the polls and her
influence is weakened and she is
shorn of her strength and power.
We hope the day i.l never come
when the womLe!i of our fair land
will abandon their proper sphere and
place and insist on the right of a
suffrage and on taking the places t
prop)erly belonging to the men.
Let our women rule their homes P
-make home attractive - rear their s
sons under proper influences and s
they will be a factor and wield an
influence on the affairs of men that.
will be difficult to estimate. and in
this way they become a power for
DASHED TO DEATH. b
Norrible Accident on the Boston and g
Providence Railroad. tl
BosToN, March 14.--A terrible ac- v
cident occurred this morning on the f
Dedham branch of the Boston and f,
Providence Railroad, between Forest a
Hill and Roslindale. at what is n
known as Bussey Park Bridge. The t
7 o'clock train from Dedham, con- o
sisting of seven ears and a baggage N
car, under the charge of Conductor n
Tilden, broke through he bridge. A
The engine and three cars went over ti
safely, but the five others fell a
through the bridge to the road be- u
neath, a distance of thirty feet. The ti
last car, which was the smoker, turn- 3
ed completely over and struck on top s
of the others, all being crushed al- n
most out of shape.
It is stated that the bridge is com- S(
paratively a new one, and that the ac- t
cident was caused by a truck on one S(
of the cars giving away, causing the d
car to strike against an abutment of 1
the bridge. The smoking car, after p
it fell, caught fire, but the fire de- b
partment was promptly on hand and c
prevented any spread of the flames. n
The bodies of the dead hate all f,
been removed. Some of the wounded 3
are at the hospital and some have r
been taken home, so that it is very t
diffcult to ascertain their names and
the extent of their injuries at the r
present time. t
Among the killed are Conductor t
Tilden, Sergeant Naylor, of the s
West Roxbury Division of the Bos
ton police, W. E. Snow, Alice Bur- Z
nett, of Roslindale, Mabel Adams a
and Frank Norris, of Dedham, t
Harry Gay, mortally injured and t
dying. Among the injured are Frank 1
Plummer, Nellie Palmer, MIrs. Ames,
George Lord. L. A. Carr, MIrs. Lip- g
pincott, Cassie Smithers. Dxis~- K
co, George May and F- South
eder. ."-b rought it prol
i iy and some of nect w
a nave not been iduentified- Carelin
a train was crowded with work- North
eople, and the most intense ex- tinuous
?nt prevails among their friends, August.
are anxious to learn the names Thomas
se killed and injured.- point
engineer, when his engine .Coast,
from the train, kept right on route r
>rest Hill and gave the alarm, 25() mi
d of stopping to ascertain the talized;
of the accident, and on that The
it it was impossible to get as- appears
e at once. R. M.
officers of the road are pres- Auguste
d are doing all they can. Mlany igton~
s are there, doing everthing son, f
uir power. The bodies of the office a
were horribly mangled, some Auigustr
being -entirely severed from Augusti
dies, and many of the bodies anid Co
d beyond recognition. The Auguste
computation shows twenty - prises u
:illed and fifty injured. The me
TTER OF" MANSLAUGHTER. "sines~
erdict of t he Edgef.eid Jrury in p)le cap
JoneC's case. In fact
EFIELD C. H., MIarch 1.-The terested
mpanelled in the case of the combina
against R. T. Jones for the not eml
of Edward Pressley, Sr., at West P,
:melusion of Judge Norton's cupies t:
harge, at 5 o'clock on Satur- not be
?ning, retired to consider what completi
be a just and proper verdict Carolina
~e out to the perpetrator of icle.
.crime. The Court waited on
ry until 11 o'clock p. m. at A
hour the Judge had them Gen. $
t in and interrogated them as c
~ther they desired any fuirth er eihtv - c
tion to assist them to arriv e it iee
~ement. The foreman rep>ied '-nt
I pent im
e diffculty they were exper- high pul
in reaching a unanimons con- Ibright ar
did not arise from a qufestioni~'go
Judge Norton reminded ful is
hat three days of the Court ,ron bega:
en occupied in the trial, and pltca
over the case again would in- pointeicIn
very gtreat expense5 to the )Ietter iax
Therefore, he would have the presit
them to retire to their room Senate w:
and when they- agreed~ uponCroia
t, whether durimg that night. rlnap
3Ioncay or at any time niabeor
the session of the Court. he from Lak
be glad to receive it and dis- -Oren
o'clock this morning the Penn il
was aroused from his comf: r- SA~
uch by a constable. who c'ame ' an
e surprising information that eiin(
e- had agreed. .Messengers of aPrei
~n hurriedly going fromlplace UitdS
,. arousing from their slum- toed ant
counsel and others who were trriso
dmi the trial. J:,aes, at that MQrtin T\
mnr of the mnorning. was als ofte0 a
soundly, and he. too. was rorn took
d and told to dress. He re- States Se:
he announcement that the after was
I agreed with no observ able was secret
nt or anxiety, but rather Rus-sia in
marked, "It is manislaugh- ors No :
-e evidently felt that his Ior dead. h
ssafe. He was confident of dleed politi
20 the Court was ready- to Mr. handch
the jury anad thr-r verdlict. 3IrtBec
k read slowly, "Guiltv." and strtn p<
I expression darkened theotesro
inces of the prisoner's attor -fi~~,hf
a moment. Then the sen
as finished, "of~ manslaugh
.+ + t+ .:.,, :.ld next Fr
um disclosed the fact that eight
f them were for iurder. two for
anslaughter and two for acquittal. I
11 subsequent balloting resulted in ter
;le same Vot: until five minutes to ter
.VtwhI a compromise verdict of the
lanslaughter was agreed upon. !
Jones's counsel will carry the case
the Supreme Court on technicali
es.- .us ?tUl C rier0.
nat '%e May See on oime Fine S)ay
tniy Very St:mmen:r. ofI
The cars running on the Georgia gel
nid Carolina Midland Railroad be- Ot
veen Augu.,ta and Edgefield ! lWe A.
elieve it. We. believe in President to
;. M.Iitchell - in his honor, his hon- sue
.tv. his vim, his work. And indeed, jail
Waking of his work. when we con- he
der that the Augusta. Edgefield and
ewberrV Railroad was formally or
anized only one year ago, what bcI
ore. considering the general pover- of
of the South, could we reasonably int
srect or demand The road is sto
raded for three quarters of its tie
gngth between Augusta and New- a q
erry; and still, as a correspondent has
-lls us in another column, the work mIe
oes actively on. In our opinion t
lis makes an extremely respectable Ba
1owing for Col. Mitchell. and a mo
,lry promising guarantee for the Ad
iture. We hear- we cannot vouch d.t
)r it, but we believe it- that he has las
[ready ordered the iron for the BA
'hole line between Augusta and
nion. And thus it is we say that
u some fine day this very summer r.t
e may see the railroad trains run- the
ing into our town from Augusta. bee
nd then we will bless the injunc- pat
on that delayed the narrow gauge, nt
ad the consolidation that will place bi
s in direct connection with the Bal- sia
more and Ohio Railroad on the Oh
orth, and the Gulf coast on the
outh. We were never proud of the ala'
arrow gauge. We confess it now.
ie were only willing to take it as.
"eminglv. the best we could do. As r
iings look now, we believe we shall th:
)on have cause to thank God for no
elivering us from the "shameful '1
alf-handedness of a "pony railroad." era
resident Mitchell's railroad life has to
een marred by no failure. On the to
nitrary, he has, as it were, conjured tio
ioney out of stones- plucked grapes bel
om thorns and figs from thistles. of
[ark what we say: He is not the Dr
ian to do all this actual work, and cei
,en let nothing come of it. th<
And now we will explain what we fo'
iean by "direct communication with
2e Baltimore and Ohio Railroad on
ac North. and the Gulf coast on the D,l
outh." It is this: The latest pro- th<
?ct of Col. Mitchell is the Augusta, Wa
'homasville and Gulf Railroad. And te
lready an advertisement appears in air
.e Augusta papers, giving notice fe
mat such a company will immediate- i
Sapply for a charter. The It'ight
al object of the road is i's lookin-g o
he M+'n'te an.1 i ntcoast. agencie-s
L)ad has already built as far o""i be ix
as Salem, \ a.. and it is said 9.7i oli
oses to build down and con- -
th the Georgia and South
a Midland at Shelby. in (ii'^(x
Corolina, thus making a con- of nh Ar
route from the North with York. Jol
i; then with the Augusta, to thre tilu
ville and Gulf built to a and absen
in Florida on the Gulf W'Lr 501
they- will have a continuous and has bi
s desired. The road will be $6,000 bo"
les long, and will be capi- Cols
directors for the first year as been quriel
in advertisement are MIessrs. -
Mitchell and W. T. Gary. of
;T. 3. Warthen, of Wash- 31ONTG(
county, and George W. Blit- Isaac ,i. X
New York. The principal since 188
ad headquarters will be in $200,00o
,and (we quote from the ini jail her
correspondent of the News El Paso,
urger) this road will add to on the ig"
another of the great enter. ture. III.
vhich are booming the city. crty paid a
n at the head of it meanA
and say there is now no
of its construction, as am- Nd ^
tal can easily be obtained. Tenr:h Cay
there is no doubt of the Bal- Carlos R'e
mnd Ohio being largelv in- A pache CI
in it. The result will be a r~c*-a(ii
:ion of all prominent roads yesterday.
'raced in the Richmond and Lieut. Mot
)int 'Terminal Co.. which oc last ycar,
aat territory. The road willJl. e
,onstructed until after - the'
n of the Georgia and South
MIidland. -Edgefteld Chron- SitsSp(
DEA R Si
+*- . was im a ve
S:ror.g Man of the Nation. ill h nmors
imon Cameron. of Pennsyl- thrat ~freanu
n Thursday celebrated his looked :rs i
Thth birth-day. Almost sipelas.
'ears of his life have been Somce ti
the glare and conflict of c ~
>die life. Yet his minxd is six large bc
d active, his physical ener- ly curedi
and his disposition cheer- lef my* no
early as .8() Gen. Came- bit tpW
i dealing with politics and not only as
s. While he was vet a albo as the
'Washington he wr~ote a stitution all
ring John C. Calhoun for 0f. Yours
[ency. Later, he sat in the
th the distinguished South J Fr
a. He was adjutant gene- IMyselif an'
ablic p)rinter of Pennsylva- ed withI mia]
- 183O, and built the canal b4i he
Pontehartrain into New spec ie, n e
n 1830--8i. He projected moCst entiire]
the lines of the pre(sen tP purit:e , a:n
mIia systemn in the Keystone X tit
built most of them. He whio 'are su16
er in the first national con- thet blood, di
er held for the nonmination
idential candidate in the Eld r Cial
ates. This was in Balti-j N nslvihIe,
was a feature of the an. Treatie o
Andrew Jackson to MIake mil ued free.
an Buren Chief Executive ESwi
onl. Ini 1 S45 Gen. Camne. At antal Ga.
his seat in the Uhnited AT
ate. andl three times there-.
?ieeted to that body. He ' tkied
aryx of war and minister to wVonderrafl C
addition to all these hon- friendcs in (
nan in this country. living -oil~ Cr
as for so long a time han- No person e
cal life with such a power- relief. Tir<
s this veteran. He, like casi5e, and w<
er, "had the advantage of Druggi4ts to
.." n h rw lk h dying consmi
>r,adhgrwlietebottle, as S0,
men of the nation, from laust year. a:!
est conditions of our pri- was reported
- Sample botti
Clevel m:d will b' fifty years Regular sizc
iday. Mrs. Clevelandi is .iust Druggists ar
A BURGLAR IN THE TOILS
A i!lack Dared& vil Caged in Leurens.
.At-'a:Ns, S. (.. March 14.--The lat
part of last week a negro man en
'( by a ladder a se"c)nd story ri em in
house of a highly respected citizen
his place-Mr. G. W. Corbet. Four
Sir. Corbet's daughters, gown young
iWs were sleeping in the room, andi
it th',y were awakened by the un
>wu per-on tou,":hi:g the face of one
hem. they sereaned :i the burglar
1. Mr C,>rbet sent to Greenville to
a bloodiou;id to track the person.
ye-terd.iy nio:Iing the mnar-h:l, L.
Lang-ton, arrested a negro supposed
)e th: on-. Trial Jnstice Miller is
d a warrant, and he %%a, lodged in
lis name is John Gooahwin, and
has been idenitied as the muan.
A New Deal.
EEW YORK. March 15.-It is generally
ieved on Wall street that the control
the Baltimore and Ohio has passed
D the hands of a syndicate. 'fhc
rv is current, and is repeated by par
who are generally arecpted as good
hority, that Jay Gonld has acqutired
aarter interest in the synd:eate and
paid $1.4t10.000 in ca-lh on an agree
at. Rtus-ell S.ge is also named as a
miber of the syndicate. According
reports, Western Union takes the
tinore and Ohio telegraph line, Dins
re takes the express hu-iness for the
am E xpress Company and the Penn
aIia Railroad takes the road. The
ails are s ,id to have been arranged
LTIMOHEANS AWAITING DEVELOP
ALTIMoClE. March 15.-Nearly all
-rest in the Baitinore and Ohio Rail
d de:d has died out here. and while
impression is general that a deal has
n made, there is a disposition to wait
iltly until it is antheiticallv an
meed. 3r. Garrett was in his otfice
lay and was in a very happy mood,
would say nothing. Three hundred
res of stock of the Baltimore and
io changed hands to-day at the Stock
change. fifteen of which -old for 10S
I the balance at 161. The deal has
iost entirely ceaeed to be di=cussed.
The Boston Railroad Horror.
IOSTON. 3arch 15.-It i now known
t 114 persons were injured in the
road aecident yesterday. This doe.s
inelnde thor'e killed.
'he injured at the Massachusetts Gen
1 IIospit al are reported by phy.-i-itns
lay as being in a co:mfortalle eendi
t. The surreo,I are contident that
will recover. Owing to the duplica
t and misspelling o; names. it i- now
ieved that the reports of the nutnber
,ersons killed have been considerably
r (Stini:ted. Up to noon to'day. Dr.
iper had signed twenty-one death
titicates and Dr. lIarri thtree, mnaking
cntire death total up to noon twenty
Daniel Manning Ssils.
EW YORK, Mlarch 13.-Seeretarv
niel 3ainnig sailed for Europe on
Steamer Arizona this mnorning. He
s aecompanied by his wife and danu
tMr. Manning said the vo': i ci
en in the hope that tiLe was tribut
would benetit l he caught. t: b
ing ;trow. .ost Cut irely left
wg:j-.,nplaimt hiad not troubled rh)i
.s months. While in Europe l~
ro a little for the new bank bylae
it for suitath!e places teo locat~e pa:rat
or branches, but that would
this private capacity, and not l2 I
er of the bank. Treasurer C.cre
s:iled on the same steamer. c(it'
Gone to Canada. raition
o0, M1arch 15.-The 'der-ecea
:ng says the Ctiic:ago mainager Centin
soeia Clock Company of New 'i
n E. Glendhiilh, hais defaultedFih
e of from $2M00tO to $31,0On0, al
tided to Canadai. The book-Bra
the Chiic:cgo branch. William'
is also defaulted for $5,500)
~en arrested and placed under ~CP
d to appear for triai. A\. A~o h
ice President of the Anrsonia at tent
y last week, and have sincethr
lv at work on the' case. home
incent Caught at Last. onl,
MERY, ALA., March 15.- te ar'
nen,Alab:amia's defani in g tme ard
surer, who has been missing genuin
hatving got away with over oiy
thie pubelic mioney, was lodged Tle
Sto-day, IIe was raughit na il
'exais. IIe left Montgeomery can hi
it of Janiuiary 29, 1885. A re- the~ ve
,000 was ofTered for his cap- mre t
securities :iid his own*l prop- for. "
bout $50i,000of hic defalcat ion-. an
oung I.ieutenant Killed. f'e
;ELE-S, CAL., March 13.-See- qiuenth
enant Seward Mott, of thre of go
airy, was killed at the Samn are fro
ervation, Arizona, by a youneg give thi
ief, who quarreled witth him for pre
dron of land, and stabd him localitt
es. the woimid proving fatal "Mv
Th'le taurderer escaped. printed
gradtuted from We(st Point Baking
ni received his commission in niomina~
was a native of New York. dress,
ol. W. J. Pollard. If
UGUSTA, G A., Jan. 7, 1887. Scroh
citic Co , Atlanta, Ga.: trSe
ts:-For ten years my b!ooid 'il "
ry bad condeition, evineing its me
in a chronic swol len an ud itio
ose, and iniunme.r.ible boils hi
-mlhy ap)peared 01n mv fae n " th gr
I had a 5evere case of ery- Seroft
e :ago I det erined to try S.
ad heard so mnnehi of the Spe
blood purifier. After usinug 10a tel
>ttles of S. S. S. I was enItire- wieRU
TIhec violenit .deep red color ton
r, the heis diisappealred( per-~
o!d my genei(ral heailthi was he p11)
nderfully. I regard S. S. S. rI an t
the best blood puritier, but '4r I.
inest tonic for redulced COIn- pltetely
I generaI~il deCbility t hat 1 kniow only cee
W. J. PoLL ARn. Thec B;.
om Rev. Mr. Kelly. ter, Chi
d wife w.ere seriously a fliiret- er noC tem
arial po~isone, nervous pro - perfect
Igenerael debility. After .lC~r
large sized bocttles of .Swift & e(ls
now1e coniCider ourselvyes al
y free from anyV bloode im- N2ewu
I ate a< acti ve ani11 s~pple a
wenty years ago. I take
eommrendinig b. S. S. to alli
erinig from an impurliities of
zzines- or nervous heaidache.
reh of Christ, Muddy Fork.
Howard County, A k.(
Oct. 7. 18S(0.
a Blood and Skini Di-ease
-r SPECi FIC CO.. I)ra wer 3,
lSHING SUCCESS, 0
ity of every persoen n hio has
's )erI N.e/rti to let its
m!ities the known to theirJ
n: j. Ak-thma,r 1ii P emnone iJ
11 throatt and lung ei-eare
mu ure ti: trout i mme~diaite?1
e do-ces will relieve any
conide r It the (1my3 of all
recommnd( it to the poor,
ptive, at least to try one
h00 dozetn bottles w1eere sojd J I
1 no one case where it failed IJIi i a
.Such a medicine as the
p1 cannOt be too widely
your dlrlugist about it.
:s t o try. sold at 10 cents..
75 cents. Sold by all & r'idc
d Dealers in the United
ONE LIVED, THE OTHER DIE
A woman fornerly our slave is now
cook. About eightceni months ago she
bec:imc sirklv ::;i ha,l a cough an wa.
eontined to be l, and it was thou1:ght that I
she had cons m nption. The treattment
by phiysician= failed to give relief. In
December. ISS4. a node or krot about
the s!ze of a go.e egg formed in.t above
the pit if the -toinach. which when
lanced disehargedi matter for S or 9
months. One of these also fnrmed tn
der her arm. and three on her back.
which disch :r,t' matter for a consider
able time. For six mo:ths of thiis time
she was eonti:edl to the b1o1ue. and most
of the time in bel. The stomach often
refused food. by reiecting what she had
eaten. She i-ed a great deal of medi
eine. but faih-d to be cured. I bought
one bottl:e of your B. B. B. (made i:n At
lanta, Ga.) and gave it to her and she
commenced to improve. I then bought ]
and gave her three bottles more, and
she continued to improve and in two
months' time her cough had ceased. her
constitution strengtihen ed. appetite and
digestion good. all di;charges ceased.
nodes or knots disappeared and she went
to work apparently healthy and fattened
This woman h:l a married sister of
neaam:1 iie age who was affected in pre
cisely tile sane way and about the same 1
time. Sh- had noilt or knot on pit of
stomach. back, etc. She did not take
any B. B. B. and the node on her stom
aci ate through to the cavity. She con
tinued on the decline and wasted away,
and finially died
These were two terrible cases of blood
poisou,-one u-ed B. B. B. and was
speedily eured-the other did not u1e it
and lied. It ik mo,;t a=suredly" a mo-t
wonderful blood puritier. I refer to 1
merchants of this town.
Yours truly, W. T. RoBErtSON.
Tish:ibee, Ala., May 1, 1SSG,
A SHERIFF RELEASED.
For a period of -ixteen years I have
been atdlieted with catarrh of the head
which bailled the use of all mediciies
u ed. Seeing the advertisementof B. B.
B., I purcha-ecd anid used six or seven
bottles, and although i-ed irregularly
have r^ceived great relief, and recom
mend it as a good blood purifier.
[Signed] J. K. IOLCO3MhIE. JR.,
Sheriff of Haralson county, Ga.
All who desire fltl information about
the caue and cure of Blood Poisons,
Seroftlla and serofulou Swelling. _
cer. Sores. Rhenmatismn, Kidney toin
plaints. Catarrh etc., can secure by mail,
free, a copy of our :;2-page Illu.trated
Book of Wotnder. filled with the most
wonleI ful al -tartling proof ever
beforte known. Address,
ROOD BALM Co..
2- :-lt. Atlanta, Ga.
'!y Favorite Reeipt.
So:nc time :ugo the Royal Baking Pow
Co., coneciveil the idea of cullecti g 1
from its patrons, for redistribution i
among theim when printed in book form,
their hest and favorite methods for thl
prelaration of articles of fo'fu'r- Terin
-e: ip,t ion. Inl re=,yer, of practical qnired
nisli J .-..a en were selectedl the money
eontained in the book entitled p;lya bl
Favorite Receipt." The publica- fr,m, ti
-as inti"nded origina;ally for the con- gage
rs only, but the collection proved paper-.
)f such remiiarkable value that its
hers believing its cirenlamtioni won bl Mas
edtnetive o.f gi oil iin atl'ording a
know~ ledIge as to the practical Ipr- STA T
on of real honme cookery mi a way cu
ce it most, whlesiite and nppctiz
wve issued an edition for genieral C03
ttion, u bich is sold at cost of pro- ~'lii
ni and post age. "My Favorite Re
containis form~iulas for the prepa
of almost every kiiown (dish in
conceivable w'ay. These haive Bly or
SSoups anid Biot his, Fish and Shell before
legetables, Meats, Stews, Poultry on the
3amne. Eggs, Salads. Deserts, that tr:
~, Cake, Con,dimnent., Beverages. State af
'rese rves anmd Pickles, Preserved alcres, n
Cani ned Veget ahles, et c., to which lands of
>tis index is addl(ed. Every branch Kiniaril
enliniary art haa received ample thereof,
on. The publiention is of uniusual be exhi
fi om the fact that the receipts are Termi
ghily testedl formulas of genuine whole b
eookery. In it each contributor reqmirei
-s for thie utility of her receipt ntot cash, air
>tit attest that years of experience mi two
toyed it the host way of making two0 yea
iele na:meid, aiud signs her name saleC, by
dress to it as an evidence of its priemiIe
eness :iid her'i faiith in its superi- the pur<1
prtattiical chaaractir of the~ receipts hi ri-k
peiilvy commend them to Atmeri
>uisekeepers. While cookery of iste
ytinest and lichest, as well althe --c
iy Favorit e R eceipt" is not, like ST A T]
>f the cook books of the day, a COF
on of imipraicticable, untried, or g
formu'las, following witich fre
Sresults in a failure and a waste Si!a< .Jo
d ma:iterials. Th'le contributions
ii every part of the country and
Sbest ex perience of the best cooks By oi
paring the dishes peculiar to each '3t )
Favorite Receipt" handsomely on the 1i
a nd bound, is sent hy the Roval ta o
Powder Co., New York. at the and Cot:
I price of 50Q cents, to any ad- tog One
'xpress charges paid. - more or
the Suifferers from Cor.sumption, fonrerl'
mla, .umd General D)eility will 'ploIt ie
>t's Emmulsion of Pure Cod Liver Tierms'
it IIypoiphosphiites, they will find to pay o
a!te relief and a permanin t b'in- in e:iii
r. II. V. 3Mott, Brenitwood, Cal., able in o
"I have utsedl Scot t's E-niul-ion from th
sat advant age ini Cates of Phthisic- nimr-gal
1 andi( \\astinig Diseases general- sit with
very pa:latabtc." 2-2:i4t- on the b
:liees tler Youth. ~ il
hobe) Chlemv, Peterson. Clay Co., ula.
la the following storvy. the truith of .
voniebed for blie h~residlents of the re-sold I
't amn ist years old, hiave benen tront- the lirst
i kitner coxnmli andt lamne-ts for i-tt
nars: coul nlot diress miyseilf without
>W I ami free trom tall pini and sore
.nm able to do nll my Own homuse- Ma' er~
owe my thanks to Elceuc Bitters tort
E-newedi myl youthi. anid riemoved comn- .J
.11 disease und1( pain Ti y a bottle
at Colield & Lyon's."D)rug Store. 5-4
Bucklen's Armica Salve.
t S.lve in the worl for Cu. S ores.
Lc.rs. Salt Rhleutm. Feve ites Te
ipedl Hands. Chillblai. Crs and
iupt ins. and poshiivl ene pie
requlnire. It is guarantee tI ge L- L
satistsact imon, or none etde
enuts- per boix. For sal by tield
Vt-. iIt cf a l;C0 W- For a
erry Malt B
F R O M deceased.C
- at Newbc
IE YORK. -uddn
All per on- are h"reby warted. under
)enalty of the law. not to hire nor har
) r Walter Bi:op a- i i< tinier co:
ra.t to me for the yve:ar NS .
WaAe" . I1. SETIZLER.
March 15. 1'7 It.
The next e:cuninati.an o; applicant.;
or Teacher Certificates will be held on E
-ridlay, A\pril 1 -t. 1'9S7, beginning at 10
'elock a. tn. C'lorel aIppl:ttts will
>e examined in the ('onlrt Houmze, and
viite applicants iii the Sch.>il Cottnis- it
imer'S OtlieCe. All :I lie !t:t- ilist pro
ide tliemtsclv's with pit. ink an.1 1.gal n
ap paler. ie examinatin io:n : be
Vritten iii ink. G. G. SAT'
G. B. CROMER.
T. S. MOORMAN. E
B3.ard of Exa:iners Newherrv CottntV.
CoU CNcI CIt1}IIERS. t
14 March. 187.
Not ice i-: hereby iven. that tilt Books
if Reg'_istrationi will be opened on the n
.th, 2th and 30th davs of March. 15S-,
or the purpo:e of regi,terintg all (Iali
led voters of town of Newherry. S. C.
By order. JOHN S. FAIR,
Retister Town of Newberry, S. C.
Fire Tax a1 Street Duty,
14 3llarch, 1P,87- F
Notice is herev g'vev, that all who
iave failed to pay their fire tax and
treet duty, are required to pay the same
>y the 19th March, 187, as the penalties I
vill be imposed after that date.
By order. JOlIN S. FAIR, -
3-10-I t. C. & T. T. C. N.
Woaice of Final Setflement and n
I will make a settlement on the estate
4 Lucy Gilliamn. deceased, in the Pro- L
rate Court for Newberrv Counry, South
arolina. on Monday the 18th day of
iJarc:h. IS7, and iminediatelv tl.ereafter
pply for a final discharge as Executor C
If the will of said d.ce:i ed.
ELIJAIT 1. LAEE. E'ecutor.
3March 14th. ]S8. 3-10r-5r. l
sTATE OF SOU i"Il CA[u)LINA.
COUNTY OF N"WBE.:1;Y--IN b
5ilas Johnstone. Ma.-e v,. P. B. Work
man and Robert W. Athisn.
By order of the Court herein. d-tteii a
lid December, 1586. 1 n ill sell at publie s
>ntcry, before the Co;rt House at New- u
>errv, on the first Monday in April, 1,
LS[7. "all and singular that tract and i
dantation of l ,d. situate and lying in
he County and State aforesaid. e'n
ng One Hundredgj.' bond- d I
lJii- rlands, the said Rohert W. STAT
mn, Preston Brooks Work:uan." CO
-:-The purchaser uill be re
to pay one-:ilf if the purchase
in cash, :uid to secnre the b:iaee Win. P.
-it twelve ninths with in;erest
c day of s:l. by hund and moinrt- Tiehee
>f the p)reiS'. ani i to payi for Pierce
SILAS JOINSTONE, Master. their re
-r's Omice ;Gth Mirchi 587 -;r. tati. be.
-- oni or
E OF SOUTil CA ROLINA. March,
TNTY OF NEWI;ERRY--IN
DION PLEAS. Iaste
1P. Metis vs. Williamn G. Metts. STAT]
AIm'r, et. al. CO(UI
der of the couri herein, dated 4:h F:tilie
1887. I will sellI, ait puiici onutcry.
hie I 'ourt Houitse at Newberry,
irst Modyin April. 1887, all 'Ihe e
etr of lan d in lie county ain -
iore or less, and bou nded hy
David Sliglt's estate, Thlomas ~
andl others. accor.inig to a plat fAr
made by J1. M. Wicker. D). S., to
bited at the saile. ~t
-:-TJhe purchaser niay paiy the,
idl in cash, otherwise hie will lbe
I to pay live hundred dollars in COU
d to secure lhe balance, payable COMI
equal inst:alniiits of one and SaraIh E
rs, with intere-t fr em the .l:iv of
at bon.il:und mo.rtgfage of thec
~, and to pary fo paiiers. Shoahl I'h Ci
bhaser fail ~to comply ni ih the D. Buzl
sal., the hail will be re-sold at Grjr.
on t lie tirst Mondlar in M.tv nier. ideman.d:
r's Office. 1Oh 'i ~reb, 587. A pril. I
_____ ________ .'Iaste:
OF SOUTll CA ROL.INA
NTY OF NEWBERIcY-IN
itt-sto n . Ma saer, vs . L-o:li-a C. ,
Iinll:er :nii other-.
ier of ithe Conurt hiereini dat ed
..18S6, I will selI at pubhln ic ou
re the Court Hoise it N 'wb riry I
rst Momay ini Apil, 1857, ill
of land in the town of New berry ii
nty an d State afore-aid, containi~
1ere and fifty-four hiit:idredths
less, frontingz on Caldwell steet ,.,
ndeid by lota 2 aind 3 of the lands 1 l
belon:iing to Na: hani limiter, U h
F. Grillin. asrepresented liy a
-eof to b)e exhibite-d at sal..
:-r he pu rchaser will be requi red
ne-th iird of the purchl ase mioniey SI
and to secuie the halimee. pay
iie andc two years, with IinItere,t :
e <day of salhe. by a bt.nd and Po0K8
(e if lie piremises. and to depo0- .
the Master a policy of inisurance
ibltings on sail icot
the pmrehaiser fail to complly Walch
terms of salt, wit hin seven '
treaifter, the property will lbe
t the ik ofI -ill puirchlaer ont
Miomniay ini 3:iayv . Pu7*['r
pay for pipoir-.- -
ILAS JOUNSTONE. Master. N '
SOiceo, I ith Marchb. IS87.
OF SOUTI CAROLINA. Pl
h B.I Fller's. Pioboa:e Judgze.
As, G. Melviin Singley hathi
. toime to eraint him lettecr- of
rtion of O th:ate iand 'tYeet,
are, therefor,. to cite auri ad- ;t-rNo
-iman singr thle kinialred andt
of the -ail Mathila- Siegley,
that they be and appear before SA
oie Coinrt of Probate, to hie beh1
rry Conurt lIu- on-.(i the 3t
Ma rch ini t., after p'tblica- - 0
f, it 11 0o'clc in t he for'.Oon,
mee if it'' ther hav'. why' the
li-tration -1'.hni o huea g'ra at- B'3:adW3
J. 13. F"ELLERS. J. p. N. c.
641 to 047
)ELINQUENT LAND SALE.
'TowVNnstIr No. 1.
1 lot and I biilding, :ssessed in name
f Wade II. Cole man.
1 lot and 1 1 hilding, asses -ed in nalm,
f Lucy Coleman.
50 acres. :-sessei in ume of Ann W.
57 acr:'s, as e--c:l in name of Malvina
500 acr:"s and 10 buildings. asessed in
ane of Ja. I. Fair & Co.
75 acres and 1 building. assessed in
amet of P. B:utler Sli'h.
>14 acre, and 2 buildingr, a:s-seed in
ame of Caroline M. Smniler.
5-0 acres, as es-ed in name of Wilkal
f0 acres and 1 building. asse-sed it
:ttlle of Johtn A. Gilliam.
S4 acres. assesced in name of G. A.
scr:"s anil 1 huilding, ass:-ssed in
e :amne Of G. E- IIarlv.
575 acr:- and 2 buildings, assessed in
ane of TIs. B. .Jertr.
10 :Ce- :1::l 2 huiLlinzs, a.sessed in
ame of Ben. S. Lyles. ~
8 acres, assessed ii the name of J.
8 acres and 1 bui!din,. a-sessed in
aime of Caroline Dean.
1 lot asses-cd in ,;aue of R.iclard K.
:2 acre-, a-sesse I in u:::ne of C. L
G7 acres, assessed in name of Jno.
370 acres, assessed in nan- of Sparta
7 acres and 4 buildings, a=sessed in
ame of Samps. Bridges.
115 acres and 2 buildings, assessed in
ame of Joseph Brown.
1IS acres, a-sesscd ill nae1C of Miriam
30 acres :sses-ed in n:.me of Willie
No ice is hereby given that the whole
f the several parcels. l,t= and parts of
)ts of real estate described in the pre
ediing list, or so much thereof as may
e neecs+ary to pay the taxes. penalties
id assesinments chargil .thereon. will
e sold by Amirew II. Wheeler. Treas
rer of New berry County, South Caro
nn. at his o1ke in said county on Mon
ay the 4th day of April, A. D., 1S87,
rless said taxes. assessments and pen
lties be paid before,j hat time; and such
Ale will be continued from day to day,
ntil all of said parcels, lots and parts of
its of real e-ttte shall be sold or offered
This 8t1 - 1 - 1'v j v.f U'
M. W. JIOUSEAL, ,
Auditor Newberry County.
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
NTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
B. Harmon vs. Keziali II.rmon,
reditors of: le estate of William
Harmon. deceased, are hereby
I to render and e-tablish on oath For
spective demands again-t said es- corp
fore the undersigned at his office, oblig
before the twenty-fifth day of As
SIL AS .JOJTNSTONE, Master. T
'r' Olliee 24th Feb. 1887. 2-23-5t. One i
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
NTY OF NEWB1ERRY-IN T
E MON PLEAS.
J. Faunt, E'x, vs. Ione E. Fant, F
et. al. **ca
reditors of tihe estate of Dr. Sam- -suger.
Fant, dIec(ased, are hereby re- thors;
Co render on oath their respee
i:ands before the tinider:-igned, at NOl
e, on or biefore the tifteenith day co=
,1887. tRi a
ILAS .JOHINSTONE. Ma-ter. world
r'*s Office 1 March, 1887. 3-2-7t. Food
OF SOUTH CAROLINA. The
TY OF NEWBERRY--IN whole
MON PLEAS. bring
.B'jzhian!t. A dm'x, vs. Ida E. facts;
B;izharrdt. and t
'editors of the estate of T1homas detec
mrt, deceased, ar.e hereby re- subh
renide on oath their respective factio:
e, before the undersigned, at hi.; in the
or before the lifteenth: day of
ILu ASJOUINSTONE. Master. TH
sOlice, 1 Ma rcb, 1887. 3-2-7t.
- ~ ~ : best w
~ER PLATED WARE, "
and Table Cutlery, ^d
Reparing a Specialty.
!LUARD S(.IIGLTZ, "S
New berry, S. C. 1-13-:f.
e to Land Owners. E"
1t owners and persons having ductioc
sed for a termn of one or more
Newherry County. are reg inred 'I
to remove from the running indi
0on their lands or the lands . i
cses,o.i.except Broad. Enoree,
SIlada a:d Little Rivers, all -.'
-e'*s, raflts and timber dunrin~
'I of Mairch ini eaebl year.
r f t he Board lif CounIity Com- Pr
G5 EO. B. CRO.JENR, ..Pre
& J. SLOANE,
.t L m: . t) R E-r.ut. It:A I.ERt rN ''h
MA T T!NG S, of t."e"
MATS N'J ad dea
UPHOL.STEBY GOODS~ 9-2
VE1.T!FA AT VERIY .Ow PRlICESST I
s?LES SENT IF DESIRED, AT TIf
RRESPON~DENCE INVITED. wholesa
y, iIt & 19th Streets, Writing
AND etc., etc.
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