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Local and Special.
BAI'rTS-Rev. C. P. Scott. pastor. preaching
next Sunday at 11 a. in. an<t 7:15 p. m. Sun
day school at 4:30 p. in.. Mr. .1. 1B. Carwile,
Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at 7:5 p.m.
LCTIIERAN-Iev. A. B McMackin, pastor.
P'reaching next Sunday by the pits: or. at 11
a. in. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday selool at ::30 p.
u . Mr. George B. Croner. superintendent.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:15 p. in.
METII0UIST-tev. J. L. Stokes. pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. m. Sunday school at 4 p. in.. Mr. John W.
Chapman, superintendent. Prayer meeting
at 7:15 p. m.
A. R. YRESBYTERiAN-Rev. E. P. McCintock.
pastor. Service next Sunday by the pastor
at 11 a. in. Sundav school at 9::0 a. in., Si r M.
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7-:lb p. m. MiQsionary Society
Wednesday at a p. in., Mrs. C. Mower. Presi
dent. W. C. T. U. Tuesday at 5 p. in., Mrs. C.
EPIsCOPAL-Rev. W. 11. Hanckel, rector.
Service by the rector every third Sundty at
11 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. Mazyck at 11 a. in.
PRESBYTEIAN-Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:15
p. in. Sunday school at 3:30 p. in., Mr. W. E
Pelham, Superintendent. Prayer meeting
Wednesday at 7.15 p. in.
An Old Saw.
Capt. James Gauntt has a hand-saw
which he bought in 1818. Capt. Gauntt
was a contractor and builder and has had
this saw in constant use. He says he
once cut off the end of a large shaft for
a mill witn this saw.
A large supply of school books just
receiv'ed at Hunt's Bookstore. 9-22
For blank books, composition and c c
ercise book, pocket memorandums al, I
account books of all kinds, call on Hunt'.
The Hot Supper
Given on last Friday night by the
young ladies of the Newberry Female
Academy was quite a success, about
$111 being realized. The young ladies
of this flourishing school make every
thing a success that they take hold of,
and this occasion was no exception to
the rule. The occasion was also a most
delightful one to the young people apart
from its financial success.
Hunt's Bookstore keeps the largest stock
of small and family bibles, gospel hymns
and all kinds of song books in the city.
Give them your order. 9-22
A Run Off on the Laurens.
On last Wednesday evening the Lau
rens train ran off the track just this side
of Jalapa, doing considerable damage
to the train, but fortunately very little
damage was done any of the passengers.
The engine and three box cars jumped
the track and were badly broken up.
The passenger coaches remained on the
track. Mr. Hammond, the engineer,
had his foot right badly mashed, and Mr.
Butler, the fireman, also received some
injury. The train did not get through
to Laurens until next day. Mr. Caston
who was aboard walked back to New
Don't fail to see the beautiful variety
of Easter Cards at
H UNT'S BOOK STORE..
Easter Cards from 1c. to $.-, at
HUNT's BOOK STORE.
The prettiest lot of Easter Cards in
the city at HUNTr's BOOK STORE.
Mr. H. E. Bergen, the new tailor next
tpotoffice, has received a full line of
samples of French, English and Scotch
Suitings and Pant's Patterns for Spring
and Summer wear, and will make suits
to order at from $26 to $40. Pants from
$8 to $14. Fit and workmanship guar
If you wish a Writing Desk, Work
Box, Odor Case, Dressing Case, Satchel,
Serap Book, Card Case, or any kind of
Troy Book or standard work call at
Hunt's 9 22
If you wish school books, slates, school
bags, school stationery, &c., at rock
bottom prices, call at Hunt's Bookstore.
A IBurglary at Helena.
On Mondaty night the store room of
the dwelling of Mr. A. C. Welch, at
IIelena, was broken open and a barrel
of flour, a bucket of lard and a sack of
sugar, and in fact almost everything on
hand in the way of provisions taken
therefrom. It was a very bold act, as
the room adjoins the house in which Mr.
Welch and his family were sleeping.
The steeple to the door was drawn and
we suppose very little noise was made.
Mr. Welch did not discover the loss un
til next morning. There must haive
been more than one interested in the
On the same night some thief took
Mr. Jacob Kibler's horse from the sta
ble and rode him off. Mr. Kibler catught
his horse next day, but the nman who
was ca him got away without being
caught or identified by Mr. Kibler. HIe
was a colored man.
No clue has yet been had to the per
petrators of the robbery from Mr.
Tihe celebrated Golden Dent Geard
Seed and White Flint Corns. Two best
varieties fo' tield planting. For sale at
Robertson's drug Store, opposite the
- Post Office.
Sundaty School Cards at J. W. Chap
It you want to buy .a nice stuit of
clothes cheap, go to
3-1G-2t. MINTER & JAMIESON.
The teienn Cas~e.
We find the following in the Spartan
bturg correspondence of the Xs (ad
Courier of March 21:
"Judge Aldrich came inl from Union
Friday and is ready this morning to open
court at the usuanl hour. George John
stone and 0. L. Schumnpert, attorneys
for Mr. Senn and Miss Bulanid,' camle up
from Newberry Saturday. An efTort
will be made to continue the case for
want of material witnesseS. It is al
legetd that tihe deed was committed int
the lower part of S;iaranbulrg County,
but many of the win tuses are in New
berry. It is said that some of the most
important ones are tunable to attend,l on
account of the pressure of hard tinles.
Shiould the case be continued an affort
will be made to anmeliorate Miss Bo
land's condition. She has been in soli
tary confinement in a small cell at the
stairs landing, and cut off' from all com
mnunication with other prisoners. She
has spent six months or more in that cell
andl it does seem that, in consideration
of her sex, she should have a more comn
fertable and pleasant room."
Tile case has agailn sbeen postponed,
andt Messrs. Johnstone and Schunmpert
are at home. Mr. Schumpert assists tile
proseenition. and4 Mr. Johinstone~ repre
se:ts theC defenldants. Mis.s Boland hi:s
beenl atdmitted to bail in the sumii of
$1,000, and wvili be released as soon as
she completes her bond.
Various and All About.
Cotton is sellinl; at J.
MrI). W. '1'. Kibler is buibling a n
cottage oil hiis lot inl town.
The County Farner', Club n% ill nit
in the Court House on next Saturday.
Relellber the Imeetin1g to-Iligit
complete the organization of the Y.
There were only two eases before t
Mayor's court during the month of Ft
Rev. Prof. Ilunmes )vsintger 'a
preach in the Lutheran Church t
"The Aliighltty Doltar'' waN a i,bra
u-ed by Wa,hin;ston Irving in hi, -ket
of the Creole vil!age.
A few loads of wool from somle of o
subscribers who de.ire to hatll wou
be acceptable at this ollic: ju st now.
The Sons of Tempe:ia:ce meet ite
Monday night. Thtre will be an t
tion of officers at this neeti:g.
The State Convention of the Y.
C. A. will meet here April 11-17. V
will publish programme for the meetih
A hotel safe has been exhumed fro
the wreck of the Buffalo lire, and i
contents, including $30,000 or $40,6
worth of diamonds, found to be in go
Mr. C. L. Havird warns all perso
not to hire Jim Nance as he is und
contract with him for this year. S
See notice of dissolution of partl
ship between Caston & Hunt. Mr. IuN
will continue the book business at tl
Engineer Ilamiond has had his if
run off, and they say all of them ha
taken place in March. Surely the Mart
winds have nothing to do with the nit
ter. Fortunately lie has never been s
The Mayor calls a meeting of the ei
z.ns in the Opera House on April 1st
nominate a Mayor and Aldermen for tl
next year. The election is April 1
We propose the present Council for r
Quite a numiber of persons were o
serving the evening star on Tuesd
night. It is said to have oscillated-t
and down for some time just before
disappeared. Will some a-tronown
please explain this freak ?
The second term in Newberry Colle;
closes next week and the examinati,
of college classes will be in progre
during the week. The boys will have
day or two of rest the last of next wet
after the close of the examination.
There was an interesting and anu-i
case before Justice Blease's court yt
terday afternoon about the shooting
a dog. The charge was cruelty to am
mats. The ease had not been decid
when we wvent to press.
Tainmage said in his lecture the oth
night that "the man who can and wor
sing should be sent to the Sing Sing
That would be too severe. It is the m:
who can't sing andI will sing who shou:
be sent to Sing Siag. P. S.-For ninet
The severe cold weather for the p:
few days has killed a large proporti
if not all, the fruit crop. At least th:
is the opinion of a great many persori)
Of course there will be sonme fruit, a:
possibly more damage hia; beena do
the peach crop than the app.le.
A young merchant of our to,wn,
opening a box of matches the other d
found a nice slip of paper enclosed, a:
a request written on it, in a lady's hain
to correspond with Miss Nellie Keel
Westville, Conun. It is needless t o s:
that the young merchant embraced tl
oppor iun it y.
A warrant has been sworn out befo
Justice Blease: by Davis Riu!Y again
Eia Dewalt and Sidniey Dewalt i
assault and battery of a high and a
gavated nature on t.he personi of Jol
Latterson, a boy only about nine yea
old. The parties are all colored. Tho.
who saw the boy say he has been teru
bly beaten. Hie is very smnall.
Mr. Reeves, the North Carolin:a
who was up before Commissioner De
nis last wee'k for selling tobacco witho
a license, was released by the commi
sioners. The ease between Mr. Reev'
and Mr. Coram. before Justice Bleas
is still hanging and both pa:rties a
still in town. It is likely the whole
fair will be settled.
The Young Men's Christiar Associ
tion rooms in Colunmbia are nicely lit
up. It was our pleasure to visit tile
at week while in Columbia. We' hol
soon to see Newberry have such r'oom
Such a place for our young men to
and spend a pleasant evening will ce
ainly be of great benefit to them. V
hope everybody will go to work to mal
the organization for our town anti th<t
help to make it a success.
TJ.o canvass and collect for the Sing
Sewing Machine Company int Newber
D. S. LAMBERT. Manag'er,
P. 0. Box 273, Cotlumbiau, S. C.
The Y. M. (. A.
A mteetinig, as announced last wee
was held in the Methodist churchc
last Thursday night for the p)urpose
organizing the Young Men's Christ i:
Asociation for Newberrv. Get.
Mower, Esq., was made chiairmuani a:
L. W. Jones, Esq., a-:ted ass ere: a-.
A constitution was suubmit td by i
comittetd alpoin1td byv Mr. Scudd;
to prepare tile pr'eliminaries of or'ganiz
ion. The clause providing thme test
active membership was diseussed
legt, and the meeting failed t.> cot
plete tIle organizationi. The mitii
adjournied to meet again to-night, wi
it is hoped the organ!izti~on will be cC:
pleted. The meeting will be held in i
A good second-hand one-horse spril
wagon, suitable for farm anid faily u:
for sale chea':p.
Art Chenilles and Ar'ase'nes at J.
A full line of Ladies' line ctet
mae shoes just received at
316-2?. MINTER & .JAMIEsQo/5.
If You Want a Good Article
Of PLUG TOBACCO, ask your dealer
Te ( 'Il)ia. Nevberry and Lau
at rn Railn:i.ali Conp :at:y having locAted
tlie point on I Br:al I:iver where they in
tetil to co,. :ain having proiectecd
tlir line tiroi.h a tract of land con
tainilg 570 acre. telo:gi.g to the fatn
to ily of the lat, J. W. 11ut"ian, ("pposi
to:i was m;ate to the -work being romu
menic'd uitil oiupi-ation was made
he acording to the provi,ion of the Gen
-- l: tatutei&. :Ilil :l ttrrlspoilenC to
that ("n(1 be:tv w"nii the rlailhway company
ill andl W .S. Mlnt:i-h 1,: itoriy fttr the hutid
xt ow nter, ha' hetn gting tn for averal
weekts. Nu arran'rgemtent being found
-e to be lrattienble, M. A. (arli-le, attor
- ney for the railroal, ha- iistitute.l pro
din I gs to conidr in thle righit (of way
and assess the d:an iges. and the clerk of
Lr xinton Count has heen ordered to
eillp:tiel a jury anld procceed to ih- spot
on Tueshay next. Proceedings of this
-t kind are rolew hat rare in this Stale, j
'e- but it is said that thehe will he a unnber
o such Cases along the lite of the new
1I. road.--Columbiq crr. \'ue il (ei r,
M )arch A1.
lg 31. A. Carlisle, at:ornty for the road, r
i:forms u, that the Columbia correspon
mo dent (f tlhe NcIrs anl Courier is
ts formed about other stilts, as he does lnt
; think there will be anv others on ihe r
d line. (
T'ho. S. Moorman, Esq., has gone to -
Itev. T. G. Herbert was in town the 1
, early part of the week.
at Geo. S. Mower, Esq., left on Tuesday
te for the Edgefitld court. i c
31rs. Junius B. Fox lies gone to Co- C
ti lumbia on a visit to relatives. I
c Frank L. Bvnum is reading law in the
h ofice of George S. Mower, Esq. 1
Capt. W. J. Rook, of Greenwood, was t
e- in twn last week on a visit to his sister,
1r' J. Y. McFall.
iRev. J. IIawkins, P'. D., preached to
to the new Lutheran congregation in Co
to lumbia, last Sunday.
2. Mr. L. S. 3ellichamp, canvas<ing
e agent of the Xeres and Courier. has baen
in Newberry for several days.
b Mr. 31. Foot returned on Tuesday y
t from Atlanta, where he had been on a
visit to his son, Mr. Abe Foot.
Dr. W. E. Belcher ha; returned from i
his trip to Virginia, and is at his post in t
Cotield & Lvons' drug -tore t
RIev. V. I. II:iickel. of Abbeville, I
tilled hiu appointment at the Episcop.tl t
at churel at this place o:1 last Sunday. T
There was morning and afternoon ser- E
t ia:ter J. 1'. Chase caetn home with
0. L. Sebunpert. Lq., from Spartan
Uf tlrg, and will spend a while with his
gr:uidfathe r, Mr. J. P. Pool. t
. Mr. .. L Satterwhite, who has been
here for several months looking after
erhis interest in his father's estate, left ~
, yesterday for Texas, where lie will
in S. S. Smeltzer, Esq., son of Rev. J. P'.
Id Smeltzer, las recenitly been elected
. :iayor of Stautnton, Va., to fill the unex
pired term of Jtacob Yost, deceased.
Mr. Smieltzer is known to mnyu of the
.tcitizens of Newberrv.
atDr. O. B. MIayer, Jr., of Newberry,
s. stopped over in our town a few hours
id ont his way frem Laurens, where he had
ec been on professional business. Dr.
Maver is one of the rising young phy'si- t
mcians of our State. IIis address last fall
.before the State M1edical Association wast
ida grand effotrt, and retlected great credit a
d, on one so young in the medical profes- I
s: on.-UGrceiacood Cor'. Autguista Chronicle.
y Rev. J. B. Campbell preached in the r
is Methodist church ]ast Sunday morning. s
There was a large number of his flock I
re out to hear him. This is the first time 1
tlhe has preached this Cotiference year. c
rIt is with pleabturei we make this an
niouncemlent of Mr. Camnpbell's recovery (
from his protracted illness, and we hope
rhle may be spared many more years of i
useful work in the ministry, IIe is one I:
of the ab!est ministers that has ever x
filled the pulpit if this chiurch.-Green- a
vi!cll Ene iseaw fourdaineer, Marcht 1;.
Mr. R. ID. Mmnith,
at The Newberry clothier, is opening
o.ne of the finest and best selected stock
es of spring clothing ever brought to thist
e, market. And having purchiasedl themrt
re for the cash lie wvill be able to sell them
Iat prices to suit you. If you need any
thng ii his line it will pay.~ you to givet
a- him a c:ll.
mf Go to J1. W. Chapman'is for School
te Books. 3-16-tf.
to \Writing Paper', good and cheap, at J.
rW. Chapman -. 3-16-t f.
I D ISORD)EHRL BLOOD
CIs one of the p,hysical ailments that
mn ai'ect old tan l yng alike. No one
can clam exempi~t ion on accounlt of age
or sex. 'To procure thle remiedy~ iost t
nieedei hias beeni thle aitm for y ears of
the Blood Bahn Co.I
eri W. E. PELIIAM, Druggist,
rv :-10;-4t. - Sole Agent. '
Are to be dreaded, whether ae-tual
or figurative. B. B. B. dries them up
by its all healing qualities ; regenerates
kthe blood, renews the vigor of life, and
kmakes one feel that he ik young againi.
'It is a wonderful remedy and has been
a dhoig m'st excellent work everywhiere.
of Only $! a bottle, at Pelham's. -10-4r.
S Our Jo,b Depjar'tmment.
*Get outr piei* an ud ex:a nine speCcies
"of Job Work done at our' ollice before
placing your orders for Note Heatd ,
e Letter Hlead(s, ] ill IIeaids, St.atemuents, I
a.Cot: on Tickets. Envi'lop's, Circulairs,
I)Doigrs, Briefs. Catalogues, and till
"~kinds of first-class work turnei id ot
or nea:iy and exp)edit iously. c
n- Bi11l Pa ii, Leiter P'ad-, &c., &c. tIJf
W. Chapinan's. :t1-t f.
n-Nice lot Eastelr Caird att Jf. W. Chap
Buckien's Armca Salve.
g -heeS: .,ve in t:e worldl for Cuts. Sores.
I tra:'-i, t'lcrs. 5a:t ithenum. Fever Sores, T'et
ter. Chapiiiel ihmuiS. Ch!iniltats. Cons and(
alIl skIlln1Frupt ionis and' posi'itvl cure p)iles,
or no pay requiredi. It is gutaraniteed to give
perfect :satittont. or tuoniey refunded.
ri ~Lc n~ enits per box. For sale by Gotlid
- .%aied lli.s Life.
Mr. I. 1. Wi:enxson, of Horse Cave. Ky..i
Isavs be was lor' maney 3 ears, badly aJfilitedj
mn with P'htiiic, ao Dabet e's. ilie pains were
ailiost unenurah! ai'"nd ~woul sometimes
almiost tar' w lim ito conivulsione. Jic tried
Eleetric itel and: relief irom the tirst
*bt e, and a,ter t ikIig aix boittes. was en-i~
tire]ly curedi, and had gained in flesh eighteen ,
pounds . Says hie po-itively believes lhe would
or hav'e di ed. had itnot been cr the relief afrord
ed by Electric Bitters. Sold at iifty cents a
bottle by C3ILCld & Lyons. ~-i5 I
Pro>perity has one of the best Iutps
n America in her central well.
Miss Ida Dunbar. of Union, is vi-itinig
ier sister, Mrs. I. E. Ba:tiknight
Miss Lizzie Kibler'of your city is visit
ng her sister. Mrs. J. A. S'np-on.
The recent culd snap ha, strionsir in
nred the peach crop, if it has not en
irely killed it.
Mr. 11. E. B:nknight's bonse is rapid
y approacl:ing compltion. and will be
ertainlt" the mo;sr orl::uINe:t tl hon-e in
A1 fq-w halt- of ,"utton are stili linding
heir way to market, ant a fancy t'tttot
ill bring Jk cents. The number of
ales now reaches G,132.
The work on the C. & G. depot has
Inally been coliIeenel, and we hope
re long to have not only a_conmodius
ut an ornamentaldepot.
Mrs. Eliza McKellar paid the sick of
Ir. and Mrs. A. G. Wise's family a 1ly
rig visit, coniug down on Saturday and
et urniig home argain on Sunday. Birge
nd Annie Belle both have measles.
Wheat and oats, tinder the life-giving
illuen-e of the sun, are beginning to
elease themselves from the arctic grasp
f the king of winter, and are looking
Miss Eloise Barre, who has been spend
u- several months aiong her relatives
ud friends, has returned to the parental
ome. Come :gaint Miss Eloise, we are
lways glad to see you.
We he: rtily wish the property holders
f our town would follow the ;exarnple
f Messrs. Wise & Birge, and wid :n the
idewalks in front of their premises. It
ould add greatly to the beauty of the
lace, and would enhance the valn of
We give the HERALD AND NEwS a
carty welcome, and a happy greeting
i)der its new ownership, and hope the
ibors of the young proprietors may be
rowned with abundant success, and we
o not sc: any reason wh% they should
ot be so, financially a-A otherwise, as
oth of these young men are men of
iore than ordinary intelligence and ex
The Prosperity music club will give
n entertainment at the Academy build
ng on Thursday night the 24th inst., for
he benefit of the Y. 1. C. A. We hope
he exercises will be well attended, as
is for a laudable purpose. The enter
ainment will consist of vocal and instru
lental music and readintg=. Lel us
ivo them a good audience. The adnis
ion fee will be very small.
The farmers are now very busy, some
re planting corn, some distributing fer
ilizers, and others are further preparing
he soil for the reception of other seeds.
They all have an exceeding hard year
refore them-the colored people es
secially so. Many of them, and some
chites also, are in very straightened
ircumstances, and all of whom were
hoit in their collections last year- are
taturally very careful concerning their
redits this year. Economy and re
renchiment in its bitterest phase is not
racticed from choice, but from dim e nie
The Y. M. C. A. of this plaec is in a
'ery flourishiing condition, and is grow
oig both in numbers and in work. Near
y every young man in town has con
tected himself with the association,
hieteby showing a dlisposit ion to active
y engage in the chri4tian warfare, uinder
be banner of King Emanuel. The as
ociation has now p)urchiased a Blake and
~oring organ for their room, which is of
Lie first importance ini securing good
2nsic which adds so much to thle wor
hip of God. To thre ladies .igain be
>ngs the credit of having secured so vail
ale an accession. What would any
hristian or moral enterprise be worth
ithiout the co-operationi of the ladies?
kod bless the ladies.
The association held a public meeting
i Grace (Lutheran) church on Sunday
ight, which was very interesting and
:ell attended. These public meetings
rec held monthly, on the 3i dl Sueday
While the men are busy about their
elds, looking after the planting and
be pigs and calves and lambs, their
ives and daughters are looking after
ie chickens and (lucks and turkeys and
ne hot house tiowers, and seeing after
ne planting of garden seeds, especially
lien the "sign'' is right. My mother.
ioughi, dont believe in "signs," oh noI
hie has ionig since pulled out of that old
uperstitious rnt, and is now moving~
long calmly, yet sonme how or other
hen papa gets ready to plant potatoes,
eans or cucumbers, she always says
my mother used to plant potatoes in
bie dark of the moon, beans in the full
iooni and cucumbers in the twins," but
iothier dont believe in signs, no shie
on't. Isn't it really wonderful how
bevse ideas are handed down froii gene
ation to generation, and with what te
acity some sections hold to them; yet
:e nlote a great ebanige sinice the days of
lie Puritanical persecution for witch
raft in the New~ England States.
M. L. W.
Snmll grain is looking fine.
Mr. A. 31. Counts has recenitlv been
sing the paiint brush on hik yard paling.
Mr. T. L. Wheeler ha:d the misfortune
Slose a fine miilch cow la.-t week.
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. J1. HI.
)ominiick's has ben very ill with measles
nring the past we.ek.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. P. Crossoni went
ger to Lewiedale last Friday on a visit
o their son, Dr. D. M. Crosson and
L:st Sabbath we had the pleasu re of
corshiping with the Mt. Tabor congre
ation. There was a large attendance,
ad the pastor p)reachied an interesting
There has beeni a great deal of work
one on the public roads in our section
uring tihe past two weeks. The roads
ad got in a condition about like "Uncle
amn' coat, wasn't worked any too
Mr. Wim. M. Werts, of Saliudi, spent a
ewv days in our community last week,
isiting relatives anid frinds. It looks
atural to see Mr. Werts in our conmmu
ity, being formerly a resident of our
A great many of our farmers contem
l1te pantin n rearn crops this year.
ThiS is where our farmers generally
m:Is it;they pilat their crop in cotton
am! then del-end on lie n:orth for their
ern. Our farmer= should raise more
of their own; s:l:ii".s at hl me and be
While att Mr. J. S. Wer:s rc-i !eei a
f:"w Ia glo. wi could See the appear.
anee of live chrches. three of whiicit are
at Prosperity. %iz: Luheran. Metlodi-t
and Baptist; next is the new church re
cently built in the ri,'e rad setion,
next is St. Phillips Church, R-v. S. ''.
II:llhni:l.' charge, tii; "iirci being at a
di-tan"c of ehflit mile It iS wonderful
to see how nuh a cmunnhtity can hbe
Ipenlel up int by clenrinih lai Iw, but at
the same time we believe clearing up a
comnmt;iity tii way causes the winter
ea-on to b," more severe.
Our community was visited by a co:d
snap on last Thursday and Friday. It
is thought by some that the fruit crop in
our section has beei injured considera
bly by the cold. It is to be hoped that
spring oats has not been damaged any
by the recent cold spell. SIUMA.
For the HERALD AND NEws
Letter from Newberry Cotton 3ill.
MR. EDITOR : Allow me to sketch you
a dot or two from factory town. The
measles having subsided leaves this part
of town in good health. The mill is now
running in full blast, making an average
of about fifteen thousand yards per day.
I will say nothing about the quality of
the goods manufactured here, for the
demand for the goods is a suflicient guar
antee. As fast as the goods can be
made they are shipped and soil. Every
thing looks prosperous here at present.
We are all living in the hope that thq
mill will be enlarged. More bouces are
being built for operatives.
Onr Union church here i> at last com
pleted amidst all the opposition we had
to contend with while building it. We
organized a Sabbath school in it on the
12th inst., with seventy-one scholars.
On last Sabbath we received twenty
two more, making the school ninety
three strong. While engaged in the du
ties of the school the church was pre
sented with a handsome Bible from 0.
Klettner. Our hearts and pen fail to
express our gratitude for this donation
to our church. This donation speaks
well for Otto, for while he furnishes
nearly all of the operatives with food to
sust.ain life, it a:so shows that lie wishes
to feed them spiritually also. He has
not forgotten that portion of scripture
which tells us to "love our neighbor as
ourself." At an early day the church
will be dedicated, before which time a
notice will be published in the pap--r
for all the ministers in town, of every
denomination, to be present and dedi
eate this church as a U,ion Church.
As it is getting late, and I am tired, I
will close for this time by saying. I hope
some one else will copy the example of
Otto. Will let you hear from me again
when the weather gets warmer.
By Rev. S. T. IIallman, MIarch t0. 1887,
Col." David R. Rluti' andI Miss Lizzie
IIalfare--both of Newberry County.
Mrs. Kizziahi Lever, wife of Wmn. Le
ver (lied at tier home in Fairtield County
on thle 20th March, 1887, axged 83 years.
She was once a resident of Newberry
County and has many~ irelatives and
friends in this county.
PosT OFFIeE. NEwnIERRY, S. C.
List or letters unclajimed and advertised
March 2a. 1so".
Burge, Fiorence ns,Mtit)
Campbell. Ceasar Potr e
Chiles, Lewis Pn.SsnT
Duncan, Joseph wnl,..w
Gray, George ~ itx ant
liopkins. C. B. pneBr
Lewis, Sidney Tmsn io
Lanier, Henry r,W..
Livingston, J;amca s. wlim,W~ec
~Merhant EliabPtroilior. Care.
Peron cttig orthsinlet,r J. plas
dmih. Dannah. P M
I c nt 1(d Tonmpso n, swmso
Lolsiaa wileWrinimg Wr hetele
medicines culdn foher oete witho rlese
at lhat theywede'di advertinghefeer
Ie potrated madlarathed swampof
Ioisna whle herkinmy othe soele
grah soes n andt cusd scarcey ekindand
medicinge rawul hard ofile with rlittf.
knts arousceededis reakngte reorer,
bt withcot mect 10., bounh teom bottle
ofm B.ro.B.ated ias cauraed withstrengt
Icfnll me Alesres ofyi month oile
haenlmy tongw n ied ir c tleo
knots anxd soreness, and I feel like a new
Jackson, T1enin.. Api)l 20, 1880.
A. F. BRtTTx.
A Most. Remarkable Case of
Scrofula and Rheumat.ism.
I have a little boy twelve yearS (lid
who5e knees have been drawn almost
double and bia joints are perfectly stiff,
anxd hasi heeni inl this cond(itOin three
vears, unable to walk. During that
timeI theC mfedical hoard of bondon counlty
examined him andl pronounie"d the dis
ease scr'ofuila and prescribed, btut nto benl
et ever' derived. I then used a mutch
ad vised prep);aaion~ without benellt.
helpless and snlYer'ed dreadfully.
A friend who hal us5ed B. B. B. ad
vised its use. ie htas u'ed one bottle
and1( all pain has ceased and lie cani now
walk. This has been proned : most
wonderful :acItin a,lhis compjlaint had
balled eve rythinig. J .ishl contitine to
u e it on him.
lnRs. EMxx GRIFTvi'ris.
WEBB CITY, ARK., BLAOD.
Hanving tested B. B. B. andl founid it to
be' all that is claimed for it, I commend
Iit to anly and every one suff'eritng from
bood poi-on'. It hils done me more
.ood for less mon01ey and iln a shor ter~
7pcc of timne tihan ainy blood purifier I
ever up'd. I owe the comlfort of lmy life
to its uts', for I hiave( been troubled with
a severe fortm of bdood poisoni for 5 or 6
years an d found no relief equal to that
iven by the use of B. B. B.
W. C. McGAUHtEY.
Webb City, Ark., May. 1880.
Ail who decsire full informantion about
the cause and cure of Blood Poisons,
Serofula and scrofuilouls Sw~ellings. Ul
cers, Sores, Rheumatism., Kidney Corn
plaints. Catarrh etc., cani secure by mail,
free, a copy of our :42-page Illustrated
Book of Wonders tilled with the most
woderful and startling proof ever
before kiiown. Address,
BLOOD BALM CO..
3-24-it. Atlanita, Ga.
How to Gain Flesh and strength.
Use after each meal Scott's Emulsion;
it is as palatable as milk anid easily ma
gestd. Deliente people imlprove rapidly
with its use. Foir Co)nsumptionl, T1hroait
affections and Bronchitis it is uneuualled.
Dr. Tuos. PmM. Alax.. lays :"-- used
Scott's E mul-ion on a cildh eight mioniths
old: lie gaiined four ponnls tn a month."
(lhan;Ze of Schedule on the Pieuimo
Air-Line. Hiehmond & i:tnviIle
A cl:u:.c inl the loveiieiit ot l
trai:.s au through cars of the Ri."h]rm"
& Danville . 11. will go into efTe
S:mt aay. March 1:th, :.t S.00 a. mll.
The New Orleans Fast Mail ?ill lea
W.'aslinigtion at 11.:0;a. Im.. Charlotte
vlle :.35 p. in.. Lynchbnrg 5.50p. i
Richmo:nd 3.00 p. in.. D.Inville Q.50 p. i
Greenu-boro 10.:O p. iml.. S:lisbury 12.
a. im.. Charlotte 2.25 a. in., arriving
Atlan:a I.20 p. i.. Raleigh G.30 a. mn
Gioldloro 11.:') a. in. Also arrih
Montgo .mery 7.15 p. i.. Mbi:e 2.15 a. n
New Orleaus 7.10 a. in.
The S.,uthi"rn Expres= will lea%
Washington 11.00 p. in., fCharlottesvill
3.0 a. in. Lynchburg 5.15 a m.,'Ric1
montd 2.30 a. in., Danville 7.3? a. In
Greensboro 0.-IS a. in., Sali-bury 11.2
a. In., Charlotte 1.00: p. m., arriving i
Atlanta 10.40 p. in., Columbia 5.12 p. in
Augu-ta 0.20 p. in.. Raleigh 1.50 p. m
Goldsboro 4.40 p. in.
The Western Express will leave Wasl:
ing'ton at 5.30i p. In, arriving at Cha
lot tesiille 10.05 p. in. and Lynchburg i
1.00 a. in. Louisville via. Ches. & Ohi
Ry. at 7.10 p. in., Cincinnati via Key
tucky Central Ry. C 00 p. 'm., Bristc
via Norfolk & Western R. R. at 9.0
a. in., Chattanooga at 5.45 p. in., Men
phis at 0.15 a. in, and Little Rock v
12.55 p. in.
The Washington Fast Mail will leav
Atlanta S.40 a. m OAugusta'0.20 a. m
Columbia 1.03 p. in., Charlotte 6.45 1
m., Goldsboro 5.00 p. in.. Greensboi
0.55 p. in., Danville 11.40 p. m.,'arrivin
at Richmond 0.40 a. Im.,.Lynchburg 2.(
a. in., Charlottesville 4.15 a. in., Alexai
dria 7.45 a. in., Washington S.10 a. in.
Thie Northern Express will leave A
lauta 7.00 p. in., Charlotte 5.15 a. m
Salisbury 6.4C.a. in., Goldsboro 11.50
in., Raleigh 4.35 p. in., Greensboro S..
a. in.. arriving at Charlottesville 3.50 j
in., Alexandria 8.00 p, in., Washingtc
S.23 p. m.
Additional trains between Washin;
ton and Lynchburg will be run as fo
lows : Leave Washington 8.30 a. i
arrive Lynchburg 3.30 p. in., wit
through connection with Norfolk & Was
ern R. R. for Bristol, Knoxville, Clev
land, Rome, Calera, Montgomery, at
New Orleans. Leave Lynchburg 5.(
:a. mn., airiiving Washington 12.01 p. D
Also, leave Washington 5.30 p. in., a
rive Lynchburg 1.00 a. ni., with throu
co:Iection via Norfolk & Western R.1
for Bri.tol, Chattanooga, Memphis, et
Leave L'nchburg 3.00 p. m., arrih
Washington 0.40 p. in. These addition:
trains afford through Pullman Sleepiv
Car service between Washington an
Little Rock and Washington and Ne
Pullman Sleeping Cars Southbon
will be run between New York and A
lanta on the New OrleansFast Mail, an
Northbound on the Northern Expres
Pullman Sleeping Cars, Washingte
to Montgomery and Washington to A
ken, will be run on the Southern E:
press and Washington Fast Mail, and (
thtesre trains between Richmond as:
Green.sboro, and also between Green
bo.? an d Raleigh.
Pullman Sleeplig Cars and throng
Coaches between Washington and Lol
isville on the Western Express.
(Spechdi Dispatch to the Xm and Core
GREENWvoOD, MIarch 20.-A congr
gational meeting at the Presbyteri
church declined to accept Rev. W.
Matthiews' resignation. There wel
som". however, i:i favor of accepting
Prof. Luisette's system of improvi:
the meniory isattracting'gieat attentio;
It is highly en dorsed by Richard Procto
the astr;oner, Judah P. Ben.iamin, D
Wood, and Mlark Twain. Address iu
particulars Prof. Loisette, 237 Fift
Ave., New Nork.
The ninetieth anniversary of tb
birth of Emperor William of Ge'
many was celebrated on Tuesday.
A Voice Fromi the P'arsona::e.
IBItowNwoon, GA., Dec. 7, 1US0.
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.:
GENTLEMEN: This Past summer m
wife was away on a two months' visi
On her return home she hia i wretche
cold, which, growing worse, caused n
to call in a physician. IIe attended h<
several weeks without benefiting he
She, kiiowiing the splendid eifect S. S.|
haid on me, determined to test it in h<
eae. At that time she had copious an
diagreeab)le discharges from the le
nostril. Before the tirst bottle of S. S.|
was used up she was much better, and
few adiditional bottles set her all rigF
It is remarkable that S. S. S. is zoC
for col. I and sore throats. A fe
months ago. I was troubled occasionali
with my throat from preaching. I ca
ried a lbottle of Swift's Specilie with a
on the circuit. Whenever my thro
becamne irritated and anntoyed ine
woul take a dose of S. S. S. just befoi
retiring, and on awakening I would 1
well. REv. Jc,sEI>u 0. LANGsTON.
Treatiee on Blood and Skin Diseas
TfiIE SwiFTr SPECIFIC Co., Drawer
At'auta, Ga. 3-:M-It.
wV. WV. Iteed, drrggist. of Winchester. In.
writee : one of moy customers. Mrs. Lotu:
Pike. J;artonia. Randolph Co.. lud., was
ong..uier'-r with Consumption, and w:
ginn.i up; to dlie by her rhysiciaLns. She ieai
o1 Dr. King's New Di.,covery for Consumnptic
a -n bea uying it of meb. iu six umontli
timuhe v-alked to this ciy. a distance of s
mies, a nd is now so much improved she h:
(juit u in,r it. She feels she owes her life to it
Free trial bottles at Coiehl~b & Lyona' dri
Should be used a few :ror.hs before conf!nc:neni
Send for book "To MoTnzas," mailed free.
AGENTS iDRpm"~ TC.
DitE.TRic TT,SETS,.BUS roS,wB, T. Y
risk. Quick sales. Territory glYen, @71 Sction (inSD
.ad n:> eurwn ca a se..-1...--.v. W V
lt STATE OF SOUT11 CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
John M. Crotwell vs. Drayton I. J.
id By virtue of an exc"ution issued in the
et above stated cause and to mnc directed,
I will sell at Newberry Court house on
the tirst Monday (Saleday) in April. A. D.
e 1887, at public outcry to the highest
bidder. all that tract or plantation of
land situate, lying and being in the
county and State aforesaid, containing
- Eighty-eight acres, more or less, and
%0 bounded by lands of Mrs. Dorothea
it Chandler, L. I. Chandler, M. L. Chan
dler and Beth Eden Chureb. levied on
as the property of Drayton I. J. Chan
STerm: Cash. Pnrel:aser to pay for
W. W. RISER, S. N. C.
Sherifls Office, March 8th, 187.
My New Spi
WE DFPf OMPdTI"PION FOR 9
I OTHER GOODS AT RC
IS OPEN FOR ALL K
ROOFING AND GUTTI
SMr. E. H. Kingsmore and
. chanc is. They are young mei
ehesitate to guarantee all work
-All workdane at the lowest
SNewberry, S, C., Jainuary 20th, 1837'.
I THE ORIIEIR I
We are selling at prices that
Sin all goods now on hand. Ca
it show you
'Our prices hi
to buy of
tWe help you to make ysoul
Shard, you need such a freind.
whlen you tr de with us.
M. F OOT,
REMEMBER ' -YOU
00O[[MBI LAS I
YOU WILL FIND THIA'I
IFor von can get all kinds and styles of
Jacket's, Ladies' Under Garments ; Gent
and D)rawers; all kinds of goods for
. Dry Goods Store, at much less than can
C. F.. J.A.CS(
1, 120, MAIN STREE']
I EARLIEST FLOW
We ivite y our attention to the folio
Flanel uitigs,4-4 and 6-4, wide, in r
SWool Lace Che'eks; Colored Cashmere
Dress Ginahams; Fancy Crinkle Seersu(
SShirting Prints ; Monrning Prints ; Ch
SCloths; Colored Scrim, in elegant patteru
sted Damask; Hosiery; Gloves ; Corsets ;
i Beautiful Line of Rugs and Chinta Mattin
a Children's Fine Shoes; Boys' School Shof
Window Shades; Curtain Poles; Lace Cut
I adtion to the above we are receivinl
upon the market, and those who grace ou
finding something to interest them from <
Coia S. C'. February 23, 1885
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOQOS.
We are now receiving a beautiful lot
of new Spring and Summer Millinery,
White Goods, Dress Goods, Faiiey Goods, Ribbons,
ILaces, Dress Trimmings, Ladies' Trimmed
and Untrimmed ifats, flosiery,
a:nd other choice lots of fashionable ar
ticles to please the best trade of our
county. We respectfully invite the ladies
to call before making their purchases.
MIRs. S. A. RISER & CO.
Dying of all kinds done at short notice.
Blank Liens with ruled
lines for sale at Herald
and News office.
ing Stock is
for the In
Cloud & Smith,
GOODS Oi CREDIT,
AME QUALITY AND PRICES IN
LINES OF GOODS:
Stoves and Stoveware,
[NDS OF JOB WORK.
Sr. E. C. Bourn are our -me
1 of experience, and we don't
icne by them.
SCOTT & BRO.
surprise all who call. We are
11 early and see what we can
-ing you back
-money hold out. Times are
Such friends you will find
JR., & 0O.
WILL CALL AT THE
lay G101W 8TORI
' C. F. JACKSON IS THE -
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps, Cloaks,
s' Shirts. Collars. Cravats, Under Shirts
oys, and everythiing kept in a first class
> bought at any other house in this city.
', COLUMBIA, S. C.
ERS OF SPRING.
wing Merchandise of Fine Quality fo.'
tew shades ; Homespun Mixtures ; Tricots;~
s ; 'ash Fabries, handsome patterns;
kers ; Percales for Boys' Shirt Waists;
ek Nainsooks; Striped Lawns; Cheese
is ; Table Damask and Doylie.s; Turkey
Full Line Bleached and Brown Cottons
g; Gents' Fine Shoes.; La dies' Fine Shoes;
s. Gents' Fine Hats; Boys' Fine. Hats.
tains; Curtain Chains.
almost daily new ideas as they appeat
r store with their presence will be sure of
:aytoaSPORTES &. EDMUNDS.