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Local and Special.
Capt. U. B. Whites will receipt for subscrip
tions and take new ones at Prosperity.
Mr. T. J. Wilson is authorized to do thi
same at Ridge R oad.
Our Issue this Week.
We publish The Herald and News
this week on Tuesday in order that we
may have a little rest to the Christ
mas tide. We hope next week to come
out on time.
The Stewards of Newberry Circuit
will meet at the Circuit Parsonage on
Thursday, January 2nd, 1890, at 11 a.
m. A. J. KILEoRE, Chairman.
I have moved my Office and Harness
department two doors from Post
office. JoHN P. FANT.
John Walker Arrested.
John Walker who was the main wit
ness for the State in the meal stealing
cases tried here last summer, was ar
rested and lodged injail on Monday by
Justice Girardeau on the charge of steal
ing flour from the store of Mr. Proctor
Todd on Saturday night.
Just received and for sale at Pool's
mule lot by LANGFORD & POOL. It.
Finest and Largest Stock
of Christmas Presents on exhibition at
Pelham's Drug Store. It is difficult to
enumerate everything, but in making
up your selections, don't fail to take in
Pelham's Drug Store. If a fine Lamp,
it can be found there. If a Dressing
Case, to gladden the heart of some fair
one, call for it at Pelham's. And so
with regard to Cups and Saucers,
and Plate Sets, Toys for the children,
Fragrant Cologne in fine bottles, large
Vases, Frames for Photographs,
Mirrors, etc. Beautiful presents to
cause rejoicing to old and young alike
at Pelham's. tf
Alliance at Chappells.
Mr. JohnW. Scott, County Organizer,
organized an Alliance at Chappells on
athe 18th instant, with the name of
Boazman Alliance. The following are
the officers: R. S. Boazman, president.
A. S. Parks, vice president; B. F. Day,
Secretary and Treasurer; R. W.White,
Chaplain; Silas Walker, Lecturer; J.
F. Watkins, Assistant Lecturer; G. F.
Rchumpert, Doorkeeper ; Jefferson
Davenport, Assistant Doorkeeper.
TRUNKS AND OTHER,
STORE MUST BE VACATED JAN
UARY 1ST, 1890.
M. FOOT, Jit.
There will be service at the Lutheran
Church on Wednesday, Ch:-stmas day,
At 11.30 a. mn., and a sermon by the
pastor, Rev. W. C. Schaeffer.
There will be no service at the Thomp
son Street A. R. P. Church next Sun
day, as the pastor, Rev. E. P. McClin
tock, will be absent at the Newberry
ConfrencA~l1~Ilcon 'ene at Head
Cauthen, the Presiding
Cokesburry Dis;trict, will
Methodist Church next
money by examining
'ies, Wagons, Whips
before buyingt else
SJoux P. FANT.
. Repair Shop fronm
riend Stre~et, to Mr.
s undertaking estab
Street. I will give
epairing Furniture of
t Machinery. Uphol
ha.ndsome style. All
.H. P. RIvEs.
Worthy Colored Man.
11, our former colored
ied suddenly last Satur
tr a long illness from
peared to be recovering.
is fiftieth year and de
a consistent membe; of
ist church. Hart had many
traits of character. He was
ad temperate, polite to all and
to a minute in keeping his
ents. This is noteworthy as it
kable. He served us faith
il the use of steam-power
to dispense with his services.
~d the days of slavery were
to himn, and feelingly al
be family of his former mnas
tthias Barre. We shall miss
colored man, who was an
Say, Look Here!
eGary, Cook & Carwile
while others complain of
-Easy enough. Their prices
a lower, and of course that
rowd to their store, and they
lots of goods too. You go
r yourself. tf
ethat you call at Sam Jones'
nying Christmas presents,
, Nuts, Confees loneries or Fruits.
stock is full and prices low. -
.u h a H ANDSOME STOCK of
H( IDAY GO)DS
At the Book ronWednesday, the
Axll friends and~ acquainitances are
cordi&ny invited to inispe2ct nmy stock.
Z. F. WRIG HT.
We Can and Do.
Guaranlteet Acker's Bl>od Eliy:r for it
hias been fully demonstrated to, ne peo
-le of this country that it is super ior to
all other preparationls for blood diseases.
It is aipositive ure for syphilitic poison-l
ing, Ulcers, Eruiptionis and Pimples.
it purifies the whole system and
thoroughly builds up the constitution.
A t Beicher, Houseal & Kibler's.
VARIOVS AND ALL ABOUT.
See notice of election in Rutherford
School District on January 14, 1 890.
Dr. J. W. Tribble has rented the
Circuit Parsonage and will live there.
Mr Silas Johnstone has had his resi
deioe on Nanee Street repainted.
Prof. N. Schmidt will be-in his mu
sic class on January 1st, 1890.
We learn that there will be a Christ
mas tree, social and dance at Mr. Er
nest Merchant's this (Christmas) Eve.
The first engine for the Columbia,
New berry and Laurens Railroad arrived
yesterday. It will be known as "Colum
bia No.1," and is a hanwuoie machine.
-Columbia Register, 19th.
In tne election for Clemson College
trustees heid by the Legislature last
week _Ir. Alan Johnstone of Newberry
received 125 votes out of 126.
Mr. G. F. Long had a turnip in New
berry on Tuesday that weighed 162
pounds. It was grown by Dr. W. E.
S. P. Baird and Wade Perry, colored,
had a difficulty in Newberry on Tues
day, 24th. Baird shot Perry in thearm.
The wound is not dangerous.
The Colored State Fair will be held
in Columbia next week from January
1st to 4th inclusive. Articles for exhibi
tion should be on the grounds not later
than Monday, 30th instant.
Mr. D. O. Herbert who was appointed
postoffice inspector under President
Cleveland and who has recently been
on duty in Califoiaia has been asked
down and out to make room for a Re
publican. He was an efficient officer
and was among the last to be removed.
Miss Laura Schmidt is on a visit to
Rev. G. W. Holland, D. D., will go
to Charleston on Thursday to spend
several days. He will preach there on
Miss Fannie Leavell is home from
Columbia Female College to spend
Miss Nellie Chapman, of Spartan
burg, is spending the week at her home
Prof. T. W. Gary, of the Anderson
Military Institute, is spending the
week at hcme in Newberry.
Miss Nathalie Mazyck has returned
Miss Talu Garmany is at home from
school for the holidays.
Mr. Harry H. Samuels, of New York
is spending the week in Newberry.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lawton have ar
rived and will live with Rev. W. S.
Dr. John M. Thompson, and family
of Silver Street left on Monday for
Florida where they will in future re
Mrs. Margeret Mutte and Mrs. E. S.
Motte, of Greenville, are on a visit to
Mr. Geo. B. Cromer.
31. Foot, Jr.,
STILL CONTINUES HIS CLOS
ING OUT SALES. ANOTHER RE
DUCTION F rTST;OMMENC
ING ON THURSDAY 26Tr FOR
FOUR DAYS ONLY :
New berry Mills Sbirting, i @, 4c.
" " " 44@ c.
" "Drills, @ 64c.
-Gents Rubbers, 2.5c.
Coates Spool Cotton per doz. 4'>e.
Ball Cotton Sewing Thread, ]ie.
Checked Plaide, 4ge.
Messrs. L. W. C. Blalock and Jordan
R. Green have bought out Wright &
J. WV. Coppock, the well-known cloth
iers of New berry, and make their an
nouncement on the first page of The
Herald and News which the readers
cannot fail to notice. They will con
tinue the business at the old stand.
Mr. 0. P. Saxon, who has "sized up"
many people with nice suits of clothes
will also be found at the same old
stand. The Herald and News wishes
In the rsiirement of Wright & J. VT
Coppock one of the old landmarks in.
commercial circles is removed.
The new firm, Blalock & Green, are
both young men, progressive, enter
prising and energetic.
AT SMITH& WVEARN'S.
rhey are making a big run since
they have reduced their prices.
COME NOW !
while you can get a Nice Suit for a
Small Amount. tf
Night Train on the C. & G. Road.
A gentleman of the city, who recently
saw and talked with President McBee
of the Columbia and Greenville Road,
talks veiy hopefully of the proposed
night train on that road. The cost of
running the train is being investigated
and the matter is viewed favorably by
the officers of the road. New raile be
tween here and Belton are to be put
dowvn soon, and other needed improve
ments will be made.-Greenville News.
Fair Notice !
All persons indebted to us mvust come
forward and settle their accounts at
once. We need the money and must
have it. SMITH & WEA RN.
W ANTED !
EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT
"REDUCED IS THE WORD"
AT SMITH & WEARN'S
ON CLOTHING. READ THEIR
Pianos and Organs of best make and
most reliable, at low prices for cash, or
on easy termis. Write for particulars,
or see me. L. A. HawKISs,
tf Newberry, S. C.
Don't forget that Robertson
& Gilder have their Opening
on the 10th. Fancy Goods can
be had there for very little
money. Wall-Pockets, Po3ket
Books, Dressing Cases, Card
Cases, Beautiful Vases of the
latest designs, Pot Fouri Jars,
Cut Glass Bottles of Cologne,
Flagons. Cups and Saucers, and
other things too numerous to
mention. We intend to sell
the above goods at very Ivw
figures, so it will pay you to
give us a call before buying
Rev. A. J. Bowers has moved
the Kilgore house. Mr. J. H. Gail
now occupies the house vacated by
Mrs. Minnie Friday, of Lau
County, was on a visit last wee]
Mrs. W. . Mann.
Mrs. N. E Oxner has gone t'
Stephen's to the marriage of her t
sister. The contracting parties are
;>avis H. Wallace and Miss X
Miss Minnie Germany, of Columt
is visiting Miss Mary Mangum.
Miss Lilie Lester, of Columbia, sl
a day or two with Mrs. J. M. Bo
in the early part of the week.
Miss Carrie Strother has returne
her hone at Walhalla for the holid
Miss Lilian Glenn, of the Galli
Academy, is at the parental home
Mrs. Wm. Tzlar and little son,
Miss Hattie Wannamaker, of Ora'
burg, are the guests of Miss Li
Mrs. W. F. Wright and little Fr
are at the paternal home.
Mr. Williams Welch, of Colum
is enjoying the Christmas week
Mr. Tom Henderson, of Lau
County, and Mr. Henry Hunter
Texas, spent a few days last week v
Mr. J. M. Bowers.
Mr. Frank Gaillard has retur
Mr. Jack Johnson is stopping f
while with his relative, Mr. Ja
Mr. Jace S.immer, of Texas, wa:
journing recently with his kinsn
Mr. H. C. Summer.
Ve have been blessed with a bea
fuTseason. A happy Christmas-tid
you all, kind friends and gentle rq
ers. SANS SouC
Remember this is our openingda
holiday goods. From now u
Christmas, we will show you a ht
soms line of Toilet Goods in g
variety, Dressing Cases, Work Bo
Mirrors, Cups, Saucers, and Pit
latest style Vases.
Our Parlor Lamps are beauties
the latest make.
In flue Handkerchief Extracts,
Colognes, remember we make a spec
ty. Come and look. Prices low.
BELCHER, HOUSEAL & KIBLER,
Opposite Post Offic
Don't miss the HOLID
DISPLAY TO-DAY at
t - & KIBLER'S Drug Stc
Syrup of Figs,
Produced from the laxative and nt
tious juice of California figs, combi
with the medicinal virtues of ph
known to be most beneficial to
human system, acts gently, on the ]
neys, liver and bowels, effectu:
cleansing the system, dispelling c<
and headaches, and curing habil
The Brides Were Forrner -.Newbyerri:
T. J. Seyle, of this city, was mar:
on the 17th instant in Charleston
Miss Jennie Smeltzer, of that city.
young couple are now in this city,
guest of R. E. Allen. Mr. Seyle isc
nected with his brother's store on
Pendleton Road, and has made mi
friends since he has been here. He
native of Charleston, and he went hc
for his bride.-Greenville News, 22
WV. T. McClellion, of this city,
married on Thursday to Mrs. M1.
Packer, at the residence of C. B. Arn
No cards. The contracting parties h
many friends here who will congre
late them and extend to them hea
good wishes for their future happin
-Greenville News, 22nd.
Board of Assessors for 1890.
No. 1.-H. H. Folk, George :
Whirter, A. J. Kilgore.
No. 2.-A. J. Gibson, S. E. Kenne:
R. F. Cannon.
No. 3-E, S. Keitt, D. A. Than
A. J. Willingharn.
No. 4.-L. D. A brams, R. C. Carli
J. C. Hargrove.
No. 5.-Thompson Con nor, N.
Johnson, D. W. Ba rre.
No. 6.-Asa P. Davis, WV. G. Fe
son, WV. Pink Johnson.
No. 7.-J. G. Jenkins, Silas Wall
F. 0. Spearman.
No. 8.-G. F. Long, D. A. Cann
J. R. Davidson.
No. 9.-N. R. Lester, A. F. L4a
ford, Billiard Lono
No- 10-J. N. 'I4eagle, D. H. We
J. B. Fellers.
No. 11.-T. M. Hentz, P. M. Berrn
L. B. Eargie, W. C. Cromer.
Confirm our statement when we
that Acker's English Remedy is
every way superior to any and all at
preparations for the Throat end Lui
In Whooping Cough and Croup
magic and relieves at once. We c
you a sample bottle free. Rememi
his Rem edy is sold on a posii
guarantee at Belcher, Houseal & I
ler's Drug Store.
Boots ! Boots !! Boots !! !
Boots enough for everybody, and
lowest prices at Minter & Jamieson
BETH EDEN ITEMS.
Juvitations to Christmas dinners
being received-and, of course,
School Commissioner Kibler vis
our school on last Wednesday.
made a nice little speech which all
On last Thursday at one o'clock
Thos. WV. Folk arid Miss Mary
Dickert were united in holy wedl
at the residence of the bride by I
Win. A. Julian. The bride and gr<
were nicely attired and not at all
barrassed. Mr. Tom Wicker, on<
the groomsmen made a nice little
gratulatory speech wbich was m
enjoyed by all. After which came
feast, which is always more enjc
than any other part of the-exerce
On the following day a brilliant me
tion was held at Capt Folk's. Lat
the evening, before the company
paired to their h"mes, three chik
were brought in and baptized. 'I
ended another pleasanit (lay which
be long remembered. POLL
How's This !
WVe ofi'er One Hundred Dollars
ward for any case of Catarrh that
not be cured by taking Hall's Cate
F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Props.,
We the undersigned have knowi
J. (Cheney for the last 1.5 years, and
lieve hium perfectly honorable ig
business transactions, and financi;
ab;le to carry out any obligations m
by their firmi. WEST & TRUAX,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo,(
WAL~DING, KINNAN & MARvIN,
Wholksale Druggists. Toledo, (
E. H. VA N HOFSEN,
Cashier Toledo National Bank,
into December 18, 1889, at Carthage,
lard Mr. Will S. Dyringer and Miss L
Mr. G. McColni.
December 19th, i, y Rev. W
rens Schaeffer, Mr. J. B. Walton and
toEmily Lovelace both of Newb
S . C.
win D)ecemlber ]2, 1%9 by Rev. Wot
Dr. Julian, at the home of the bride,
rary J. D. Oxner and Miss H. E. T. Me
lough, both of Newberry county, S.
bia, December 19th, 1889, by Rev. W
Julian, in Newberry county, S. C
yent the home of the bride, Mr. Thona,
vers Folk and Miss Mary C. Dickert.
ri to DEATHS.
ays. Miss Rosa Belle Werts, dau:;hte
nan Mr. and Mrs. M.Werts, of Silver St
for died last Friday norning, in the
year of her age.
age- Go to Eday Bros., for Apple Vin
lian and Cider.
ank BANQUET and PIANO LA13
Something New and Hands)e
pedhNothing better to give a La.ded
ar a Christmas Present I
ian. Also a full line of LampS of
a Descriptions for sale cheap
y of i AT ROBERTSON & GCL-DER'
reat Corner Drug Stare.
Kes, If you want fresh Currants, Rai:
tes, Citrou, Figs, Nuts, go to Eddy Bro:
"I've seen a wooden Injun," sa
of little girl as she returned from Sun
school, "but what on earth is a wox
Jew ?" "A wooden Jew ?" repe;
and father and mother botb in one bre
"I never heard of such a thing." "\
al- you would if you had been to our
day-school this morning." "W ho ta.
about a wooden Jew at your Sun
school ?" asked the mother. "Thc
e. perindent. He said : 'I would ra
be good than bad, wooden Je
AlY Then her mother gave her a ser
A talking to. She forgave, her, 1:
ever; and, reader, wouldn't you?
Pimples on the Face
Denote an impure state of the blood
are looked ;upon by many with su
e eion. Acker's Blood Elixir will
moveall impurities and leave the e
plexion smooth and clear. '1'her
nothing that will so thoroughly b
up the constitution, purify
tri- strengthen the whole system.
ned and guaranteed by Beleher, House;
iid- An amusing incident happened,
l an exchange, in a Liverpool ch:
>lds the other Sunday. The pews of
,ual church had been varnished the w
previous, and were not yet enti
dry. The congregation did not ki
sthis. The clergyman came out of
-ied vestry-room and began the serviet
to reading the sentence: "Bend y
['he hearts and not your garments,"
the the people rising as he began. But
on- the horror of every one, they foi
the themselves stuck fast to the seats;a
my and though they had just been told
is a to do so, many of thenm literally:1
>me their garments in their eftorts to get
a-as Is Life Worth LiMng ?
E. Not if you go through the worl
>ld. dyspeptic. Acker's Dyspepsia Ta b
ave are a positive cure for the worst fo:
,tu- of Dyspepsia, Indligestion, Flatule
rty and Constipation. Guaranteed:
ess. sold by Belcher, Houseal & Kibler.
. M3inter & Jamieson are receiv ing-t
second purchase of fall goods. If;
want to buy good goods cheap,
cthem a call.
'Fresh Buck Wheat and Oat Meal
ls Eddy Bros.
sle, Art store.
F. Artist's Materials.
Toys and Ximas Goods,
'et Fruits and Confectioneries
on, In Endless Variety.
ng- Call and see me.
Wanted ! Wanted !! Everybody
owes us to pay up NOW.
in tf. PEOPLES & JOHNS0O
her .-_- -
ig.Minter & Jamieson are opening 1
full everye Bay State Boots andl Sht
er tier. pair guaranteed to give satin
If you want a nice Buggy and
ness go to John P. Fant's, two d<
from Postoflice. I1 willsell you the
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, S
Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rhreum, Fever Sores,
ter, Chapped Ilanrds. Chilblains, Corus
all Skin Eruptions. and positivelyc
Piles or no pa required. It is guarirnt
are wiv pefc sat isfnction,. or n,oney ref tu
ac- I'rice 2.5 cents per box. For sale by Rto
sonl & Gilder.
ted A Safe Investment.
en- Is one which is guaranteed to b,t ing
satisfactory results. or in case of' failure
turn of purchase price. On this safe plan
M.can buy from our advertised Druggist a b
-of Dr. King's New Discovery tr Const
C. tion. It is guaranteed to bring reliet ine
ock case. when used for any atrection of Th
tev. Lungs or Chest. such as Conrsumnpt ion. In
>OmI mg Cough, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleatsan1
em- agreeable to taste, perfectly safe. and
of always be depended upon. Trial bottles
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
the MerIt WIns.
yed we dlesire to say 10 our citizens, tna1
years we have been selling Dr Knmg'
seDiscovery for Iomsumnpt ion. Dr. King-s
cep- Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
e in tric Bit ters, and have never handled remi
re that sell as well, or that htave given
umniversal sat is. ction. We (to not hesita
ben grarantee them every time, atnd we
hus ready to returd ire purchase price, if
.gi factory re*sults do not :ollo,w thenr use. '
relJnedies have yon threir great populd
F. purely on their merits. Robertson &
You will find John ?. Fant's h
Re- quarters for Buggies, Wagons, W
can and Lap Robes two doors from
Eddy Bros. have opened up a
). stock of Family Groceries, Confect
SF eries, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco. &c.
Q Ramage's old stand. Give themi a
ally A Healthy Growth.
ade Acker's Blood Elixir l)as gain
firm hold on the American people
-. is ackno edged to be superior t
other prrations. It is a posit ive<
-. for all Bood and Skin Diseases.
medical fraternity rindorse and prese
it. Guaranteed and sold by Bel<
-* Houseal & Kibler,
TEH EDGEFIELD JAIL BREAKERS. I
0r: Tlhonght to have been Captured in tie
State of Arkanaas.
!special to The News and Courier.] he;
rry, Er)EFIEL. S. C., Dec. 21.-Early
in the day a tel.rram was received an
fromi Briakiey, Arkansa-, by Sheriff av
r Ouzts. asking for a deseription of ha
'u- lurrell and Carpenter, which was; st
( at once given. Later another message let
esmte that if they wanted the parties,
A it was thought they were there and un- ev
der arrest. D)eteetive Covar left on the
' "frst train this afternoon to identify k
and bring the parties to Edgefield. En
SFrom the information received, it is at
(enerally believed that the jail break- Ba
r of ers have been captured and will soon tw
reet, again be under the shackles of the law. ehc
14th 110W TH'EY WE' RECOGNIZED. tra
-- Just hv chainee. however, there was agm
r a Mr. Witt living in the heart of in
tl Arkansas they reached, who had for- bul
merly lived in Edgefield, having moved sin
, therefrom to BrindIley, Monroe County, ab
Arkansas, Mr. Witt recognized the new sta
arrivals from th' Palmetto State and the
wired Sherift Ouzts of their where- gre
- Mr. Ben. Covar, Coroner of Edgefield .
County, a Deputy Sheriff on occasion, tic
and a pretty sharp fellow all the time, sell
arrived in Columbia last evening, and bee
at once sought Governor Richardson to rat,
secure the napers necessary to extradite sui
Messrs. Murrell and Carpenter from bee
The papers were prepared last night
and Deputy Covar expects to leave for
I Arkansas to-day.
all An Electric Railway for Greenvlle.
[Special to The Register.]
G REENVI LLE, S. C., Dec. 18.-Prom
inent citizens here will organize a
stock company with a capital stock of
$3(,000 for the building of an electric
s railway from this city to the Paris
Mountain hotel on top of Paris Moun
tain. The railway will also be built
over the principal streets of the city.
The distance from here to the hotel is
tf seven miles by bee line. A park and
racing grounds on the line of the pro
;ius, posed route is contemplated; the groung
. f. for both will be given free, and the race
track will be built by one citizen' Over -
id a $15,000 of the capital stock has been
day promised and will be subscribed when
)den wanted. The remainder will be easily
ated procured. The enterprise is an impor- C
ath, tant one and is looked upon with favor v
Veil by capitalists and others.
Sun- --- - ---
Iked A Sr:dge Over the St. Johns's. a
thr JACso vILE, December 20.-The
. first trai passed over the St. John's
River bridge yesterday. This is the first
ous bridge ever constructed over the river C
north of. Palatka, one hundred miles
from its mouth. It is owned by the
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Hali
and fax River Railroad Company, and will C,
be operated with that road as part of
re- the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West
omll- system. In a few days the bridge P
e is will be formally opened by a public
uild demonstration and then cars will run
and through from New York to St Augus
Failures in Darlingtor,.
ays [Special to the News and Courier.] C
irch DARLIGTON, December 20.-Joseph
the Shears, a merchant ot Lamar, near,
-ek Darlington, has maclean assignment to
rely E. B. Minms for the benefit of his credi
iowv tor's. The principal creditors are all
the Charleston firms. Among thie larger =
by creditors are B3ollmann Bros, for $9,000O,
'our and Wilbur & Son, $7010.
~te-: J. C. Dove & Co., of Dovesville, have
to miade an assignment to Mr. Gandy for Ex,
Lnd the benefit of creditors. Liabilities
.d, $3,000, assets nominal. TIhe principal
not- creditors are Charleston firms.
-ent ----E- - -pre
up. TELAltGEST MILL SOUTH. B
It is Beinag Butlt at Florence, Ala., With MIS
d a. 33,300 Spindles. and
lets' - cap2
rms BA LT] MORE, Mi.. Dec. 19.-The at
ncy Maxufuacturers' Record reports that the o
and new cotton mill just commenced ata
Florence,AlIa., will have 5350 spmndles, oth
.ii which will be largest mill ever built in
.u The nex~t highest is a South Carolina S
prve mill withm49.000 spindles, and the third thb
tf in the list is the Eagle and Phoenix, of r
Coluambus, Ga., with 46,0010 spindles. a
at The contracts for the machinery for an~
tf the Florence null have been let and it ho
is expected that ;it will be completed
next July. Bul
Carried ofr In a Colt's Tecth. tra]
An incident occurred recently near calp
Hanmiton, N. C., remarkable for its ne,
singularity. A three-year-old child of exc
.Janmes Slierrod was i~n a yard where tha
there was a colt. The colt caught the mu
child by the back and ran off with it thC
The frightened father could do nothing fori
,but wait for the colt to release its hold La:
on the child, but the colt continued to Bu
run. An attempt to sboot the colt 8'd
might result in killing the child. tra
Finally the colt jumped a ditch, drop- wit
tha~t ping the child as hejumped. When wa
Sherrod reached the child it was dead. ant
1Sorry for Cheap John.
ip a [New York Herald.]
oes, We are sorry for Wanamaker. He is
fac- simply a small man in a large place and
f. if he "wobbles" it's because Ihe can't.
help it. Iiai
jar- H e reminds us of the notice con picu- 8
pors ously posted in a frontier theatre:
best "Don't shoot at the archestra; they du i
f. the best they can." o
Race Trouble In Miasilsippi.
7're Minirris, I)ec. 2.-Report oif trou
and( ble between whites and blacksat Pott's
"re Camp, M iss., late th is afternoon, reached
~dd here to-night. Half a dozen people were
bert- wou nded. The conflict grew out of a
light between a white man and a negro.
Thle latter wvent -to the country, col
lected his friends and returned for war.
you H e gtot it.
a re-. ~ --~-- it'
v ou A Considerable Drop. it
ottle . _her
very W\asi woo, Dec. 21.-Georgte H. wis
roa'. Theebe. who camte so near defeatin4g A
7",. Speak-er Carlisle in 1886, was to-day sh
and~ apbointed to a $1.(000 elerkship by Clerk .I
CfMe Pherson, of t he .Hfguse. tio
- - -ent
He .,sowed His Good sense. . wel
Our t raveliing men as a rule are men Ma
orof lively disposit ion. They make a
..good impressio'n on the public by their by
ew engaging imnners, but when thetirde cov
lec- gentlemain wiithi kind andi synmpathetic the
.u(2 impulses and t hat feeling of tenderness, $n
t. to known only' to umen of thW highest con
and ordecr is to he shown, the ''druimmer'' De'
he is not behind his fe'llo,~vs. Capt. C. F. "a
ei y Ho'ke, one of the miost widely known Mr.
60 traveling men in the South, writes: "Ij ho'
got from you a bottle of Dr. Westmore- sp
hand's (Calisaya Tonic for my. little say
end daughter, who had been pro>strated the
hips w~ih fever and was very weak and had off
the no anpetit(e. She hadti not usedl mxore we
f. Ihanm half the bottle before she had an
excellent appletite anid regained her alo:
new. streng*th withI asttonishling rapidity. I WA
io b)elieve it to be an excellent Tronic."' sa
,at This~ great Tonie is sold by Robertson ae
tal- & Gilder.
Minter & .htrmie'son's are headquar
edaters for Shoe-s. Tlhey buy the best
and aSh1oes, and sell them lowver than any
oaljone else. (all andl examine their stck,
:ure and you will be convinced of this as.ser4
he Go to .Joh n P. Faut-s for youir Bug ;ies.
HEIR TO A FORT.7-E.
rTI,.N-:A, Ga., Dec. 19.-A1n
ta Engli.h woman has just fa
r to an Englisb fortune.
fer nani is Mrs (eorge F. Ba
1 Ler husband is a grocer on Cap
mnue. For a long while Mrs. Ka
teen assi-tiu-. her husband in
ri, and with real English retieei
out no hint of a prospeetive fortu
,r most intimate friends never kn
n that her people were wealthy.
)n Nov. 29 her father. Brewer WV
s. Esq., died at his home in Ke
gland. He left a fortune estimna
$2,000,004) to ,00,000, and 3Y
tes is one of the three children
:en whom the property is to
-i-dy divided. This information tl
e jus received from their admit
hr in E:ngland.
t is sid that Mrs. Bates marr
tiust h'r father's will. He was tr
Well-to-do cireunstanecs, but
k of his wealth has been a:as,
ee. Sh" knew comlarative lit
)llt her father's latter day circu
nces and the news of his death a
fortune awaiting her was almost
at a surprise to her as it was to ]
ihen called upon to-night for li
Mars of the story Mrs. Bates v
ing cotlee to a negro woman. "I
n at it so long." she said, "that
her work in the store than not.
pose I'll work on here just as I
irtues f p
ystemn, form.;, :.
nd effective laxi
ently cure l iit
ation, and thc r.
ending on a wea
ondition of the
Itis themostexc^i!-r- - -
FEANSSE TPH E SY
When one is fiis ->r - :
URE BLOoD, REE^:^' o . -
HEALT and S-:~:7 ,
very one is iti i 'A ; :
elighted with it.
ASK YOUR '. M-' . ; :'A
MANUFACi.'-: l: ONLY rY
ALIFOPNIA FIG SYRiUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
1UL'8YILLE, KY 1VEW YORK, II. Y
wV. E. PELiiA M. AGENT,
NEhRY S. C,
A TICAJN ROEBER CAUGHT.
.ination of Rube Smith, who was I
trayed by One of HIs P'als.
VAYNESBORo, Mi18s., Diec. 18.
linminary examiination of Ru
ith, accused of robbing the MIob
l Ohio express train at Buckatun
s., took place 1 here yesterday. Sm.
lhis partner, James McClung, w<
tured at Amory, Miss., on Saturd
r a desperate resistance on the pa
imith. At the examination Smi~
r identified by a negro named N
Alli-ter as having been, with t
ers, in the neighborhood of .Buel
na several days prior to the robbe:
maibIy engaged in trapping, and
ee disappeared the morning of t
amties McClung then took the stat
ltold of his rielations with Smxi
v Smith had told him all about 1
:katanna robbery; how the mat
nplanned by Smith's cousin, Ru
crows, the noted outlaw; how I
e robbers described themselves;
ppers, and how they held up 1
n, robbed the express-car, and
ed. McClung asserted that he b
er heard anything of the robbe
ept from Smith. .He said furti
t Burrows, Smith and himself b
Sat Amsory, and that Burrows y
re on last Friday, the day1
the arrest, but had gone
nar county. The inference is tI
rrows was planning to rob the K:
City, Memphis and Birmningh:
ni, and was looking over the grou
h that object int view. Trhe accut
ibound over in the sum of $.5,000U
wer, and was taken to Meridian
Shot While Hunt'ng.
[ Greenville News.]
,AUIaEs, Dec. 21.-Herbert XM
us win2' shot and killed b)y Ben Jol
,both colored, last Thursday. 'I
roes wele rabbit hunting, and 1
ing is said to have been accident
son is in jail.
[n. Lzz. " Why, Addle. you needn't cry ab<
I only said Mrs. Allen was a very w<
armed woman, and I wished you woulId foil
[ns. LEE. "Yes, and last week you said
ed I conld manatre to look as stylish as 3
en,-and she makes all her own clothes. I
has what I haven't." .
[n. Laz. "'Whatis that ?"
[ns. Lsuz. " well, she gets all of her inform
Sfrom the 3Magazine they take. I admit t:
knows all that is going on, and is bright a
ertaining in conversation: but I could do
1 as she does If 1 had the same source
armation. She lent me the last number of
'azne lately, and I learned more in one hom
-ng, about various social matters and
ics of the day, than I would pick up in amoi
uy occasional chats with friends. It certai
era every topic of interest, from the news
day down to the details of housekeepii
i everything is so beautifully illustratdt
ry time Mamie goes over to the Aliens'
es back and teases me to get yon to ta
noret's Faily Magazine. as the stories
;ood. Even the boys watch for it every moi
tplace is found for them also in its pages:
.Allen swears by it. It Is really wonde:
it suits every member of the family I "
[a. Lza. " well, perhaps I had better send fi
cimen Copy; for, if it is anything like what:
it is, it will amuse and instruct the whole of t
[is. Luz. "I see that W. JTenning~s Demore
publisher, 15 East 14th Street. Sew York
ring to send a Specimen Copy for 10 cents
cant lose anything, as each number con
Pattern Order' entitling the bolder to
tern she may choose, and in any size--wh
ne makes each copy worth 30 cents : and Ij
at a jacket pattern like Mrs. Alleu's.
scrption price is only $2.00 a year: an
st say I can't see how .they can ?ublish
ant a Naagazine for so little money.'
I pre"erlhe and fully
J,1rse ntir G as the C
Cureto 4- pracific for:be certain<(
1 TO 6 DAvs. r.I this dGene's.
no n . .INGi :A Ht A f.3f.
-sm troue a .aterdaum, N
an -.and i
cien th.e beat of sa
ObSo. D. R.. DYCHE & CC
.n ..h @& cdMby Trngw1
IUnde Hotel Jerome, I
1WE CUT THE PR
tlTO BE CONVERTEI
er From Saturday morning ti G
a will continue until December 31st,
'e January 1st, 1800.
I 0PIECES FINE I)RESS GOODS, woi
ve Pieces All Wool Cashmere, sold at 50
Q 18 PIECES BLACK (ASHMERE, form
5PIECES DRESS GOODS, from 5, 81, 11
price regardless of cost.
CAI.ICOEs AT:) C-:
TO~ BEZ sc
isWe carry a full stock and t
CLOAKS AND WRAPS to be sold al
-BLANKETS ! BI
Twenty-nine Pair Brown Blankets now atSi
now at $2.67. Our $4.50 White Blanket now
now at $4.00. Our $6.00 White Blanket no
Blanket now at $8.00.
TABLE DAMASK AN
The largest stock to select from at Lowest P
seys thrown in. All must go,
For Men, Women and Children, in all gra
look at them.
- -- - BY
OUR GENTS Furnishing GC
And Good Stock. Fine Dress Shirts, Flannel
Shirts and Shirts of all kinds, Hemmed Stitel
Silk, Linen and Cashmere, for the Holiday T
WEAR, COLLARS, CUFFS AND HATS, a]
of the Latest Styles.
WSend down your orders
th By J.
for either at visiting card or a be h4
thd mammoth poster. We have pu*b1
he facilities for pritiDg forer
be Letter Heads, .of,g
ad Note Heads,
-Bill Heads, Cn
mBusiness Cards, bs
ror Visiting Cards., Ther
$I Shipping Tags,L
Lawyers' Briefs, are 1]
S Minutes of Meetings, -
erLegal Blanks, E
By-Laws, uNeg e
ar ave t
ful til s.tr<
st, t irled
,5 'J OU ri
oluimfflia, s. G.
reat Sale commences and
a day beforetaking stoek,
rth 25 cents now sold at 18 cents.
cents, now sold at 20 cents.
rly sold at 50 cents, now sold at
), 121 and 1.5. We have cut tht
>LD AT c)OT.
hey must be sold...gI
: 0 per cent. off of the price.
JAN KETS !!
) cents. Our $3.25 White Blanket
at $3.50. Our $5.00 White Blanket
w at $5.00. Our $10.00 White -
rices Possible. Fifty dozen Jet -
des at half price. -Don't fail to
ODS is COMPLETE -
Shirts, Red and White, Under
led Handkerchiefs, Mufflers, in
rade, also, our stock of NECK
ways a complete stock on hand
ITMBIA, s, C.
T E OF SOUTH CAROLINA
UNTY -OF NEWBERRY-IN
B. Fellers, Esq., Probate
HEREAS, John M. Kinard, as -
C. C. P.,-hath made suit to me to
him Letters of Administration
e dereliet Estate' and effects of
G. Kinard, deceased :
ese are, therefore, To cite and ad
sb all and singular the kindred
:reditors of the said John G. Kin
leceased, that they be and appear
e me, in the Court of Probate, to
lId at Newberry Court House, on
3d day of January next, after
cateon hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
oon, to show cause, if any they
why the said Administration~
Id not be granted.
ren under my hand this 6th -dy
cem ber, A. D., 1889.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
ider SCRIBNR'S hfAGAZ[NE when
1 you are deciding upon your
ng matter for next season. The
:ription i..e is low-3.00 a year.
ie standard of the Magazine is;bigh.
3 spirit progressive,
ie illustrations are interesting and
f the best.
e is not space here to give even.a
nary of the features to appear neyt
but among other thin~ the
be a NEIW DEPARTE NTand
ITIONAL PAGES, and groups of
;rated articles will 'be devoted to
le on a Modern War$iiip (S3articles),
me in City. Suburb, and Country,
oviding Homes through Building
ie Citizen's Rights,*
ectricity in the Household,
icsson, the Inventor, by hisrAuthor
imorous Artists, American and For
i're will be 3 serials.
>bert Louis Stevenson willacontrib
ite in 16%
subject, and there will be a~ra
ty this year, will be treat by
rs most competent to speak with
rity and interest.- Readers who
iterested are urged to send for a
its a number; $1.00 for 4 months.
CHARL ES SCRIBNER SONS,
743 Broad way, New York.
a thorough knowledge of the natura.
rhich govern the operations of digestion
utrition and by a careful application of
ie properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr.
has provided our breakfiast tables with
cately flavoured beverage which may
is naany heavy doctors' bills. It is by
dliclous use of such art.icles of diet that
sti tut ion may be gradually built up un
rme, enough to resist every tendency to
e. Hundreds of subtle maladies are
ig sround us ready to attack wherever
is at weak point. We may escape many
I sha.ft by kecping ourselves well for- $
y ith pure blood and a properly
<i.d frame."-C(iil Service Gazette.
simpy wi h boiling water or mrilk.
2nly in half-pound tins, by (Grocers,
ed thus: JAME.M EPPN & CO.,
eopathic Chemists, London, England.
.m.eanses ad bautifis tehair..
r Wootes a luxuriant growth.
Neve r Fails toRetr
H air to its Yeuthful Color.
S ."Sioa Dru
y Ai st 'profit per month, will prove
- at. A 3.0 ample sentvFEEEto al' -
W HChidenteer&Son.2Bon,dSt,.N 'a.
ea mlced na erAJTrO,n un.... L