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ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR.
ELBERT H. AULL, -
WM. P. HOUSEAL, i oprietors.
NEWBERRY, S. C,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1890
THE OLD AND THE NE]W.
Another mile stone has been reached
The old year has ended and the new
, is begun. The HeraId and News send!
all its readers the compliments of the
season, and wishes for every one t
happy and prosperous year. The pas1
year has been one to us of much harc
labor. many trials and hardships, yel
we are thankful it has not been worse
Tlhe Herald and News has added man)
new names to its subscription list and
we begin the labor of the new yea]
uuder encouraging auspices. We shal
inot stop to look back and quarrel witt
the rocks over which we may havt
st umbled, but we hope to keep our eye
to the front and press e%er onward anc
Sad and bitter are some of the meni
ories of the past, but with all the sor
row and the gall there is much that is
pleasant and sweet intermingled.
The past year has been a rernarkablE
one in many respects. What tht
present year shall be it is well, and
wise provision of Providence, that wt
do not know.
The crops the past year have beer
comparatively good, and while tht
(Otton crop has not been extra, the
farmers as a rule have made good corr
crops and the profits are in .their cribs.
They certainly should be encouraged,
for they are in much better conditior
for the present year than they were a
year ago when they had little or nc
Upon the whole the outlook is en
couraging for the future. Let each
man not make a long string of resolu
tions to be broken, but perform faith
fully and conscientiously the duties of
the hour as they present themselves,
a.ways doing justice to his fellow man,
and loving mercy.
"Then let us be up and doing,
With a heart for any fate,
Still achieving, still pursuing,
Learn to labor and to wait."
We desire in this connection to quote
a sentence and a sentiment which has
in it volumes of meaning and of truth,
from a letter we saw recently, written
by Gen. Lee to a -end of his in New
berry. It contains a truth which it
would be well for every young man,
and older ones too, for that matter, to
keep constantly before him. It is
good new year advice : "You must per
severe in whatever promises to accom
- plish good, and not be particular as to
its sphere of action."~
THE BARUNWELL LYNCHING.
Full particulars of the lynching by
mrasked men of the eight negrrea who
we re in the Barnwell jail are published
The press of the State is den
the Governor to take action
p)remises- to have the perp<
brought to j ustice. This is rig
proper, and we have no dloul
Governor Richardson will do
thing in his powver to have justi
in the case, but with all that
do, we predict that the result
lynching will be the same as thi
field and Yorkville cases. At th
timse it is the duty of the office1
everything in their power to ha
perpetrators ap)prehended and I
We regret the unfortunate
rence as much as any one, and '.
that every effort will be put f
have the guilty parties brought
tice. Every right-thinking pei
South Carolina will deplore the
rence. There seems to have b
mrost no excuse for the butcl
these eight negroes, and the act
be condemned and the guilty
bd lrougbt to answer for their acts.
A call has been made to hold
ing of the colored people in the
at Columbia to-night, and it is
t hat the call is conservative, and
peal is made in it to the officers
law, which is p)roper.
.It is very un fortunate for our
that such things should occur, a
I rust justice will be done.
THE LATE LEGISLATURE.
The late session of the Legib
which adjourned last week, did
little of public interest. The Nes
Courier's summnarv which is put
in this issue puts dlown the billsco
1ke interest at four, as follows:
L. The Clemson College bill.
2. The bill to refund the1
- 3~. The bill to codify the laws.
4. The bill to purchase a penite:
At the same time there were
2t5 bills passed. Tlhiis would indi
large ar mou n t of local legislation.
cani be. little doubt that there iser
too miuchi local legislation, andi
(piionI, too much legislatiou an:
it will nout be long before we will
, biennial sessions of t he Legislatur
The eleventh eensus of the U
States will be made this year.
States have been dlivided into dis
* with one st.pervisor for each dih
I n South Carolina there are to be
districts. For the information of
wvho may b' interested we give
with the co-unties comprised in
First D)istriet-Abbeville, Ande
Greenville, Laurenis, Oconee, Pih
and Spartanburg Counties.
Second D)istrict-Aiken, Chi
-* Edgetield, Fairtirbl, Lexington,
herry. Richiland, Union and
Third District-Barnwell, Best
Ber!;eley, (Charleston, Colleton, H:
ton and Orangeburg Couniities.
renudon, D)arlingtonm, Florence. Ge
town,- Ilorry, Kershaw, Lane
Marion, Marlboro, Sumter and
We.rk of the Buizzard.
O-rrA,A Ills., Dec. 30.-The bli:
from the West struck Ottawa di
t he night, prostrating several build
destroying awnings, etc.
Necessity or More Streets.
To the Editor of The Herald and
'News:-We noticed a few weeks ago
that a Bill to Amend the Charter of
Newberry was before the General As
sembly for the purpose of opening
streets and otherwise improving our
town. This is a matter of particular
interest to citizens residing on Vincent
Street and West End, whose families
are now compelled to run the risk of
life or limb by passing over the railroad
trestle to enter town or going through
the most disreputable quarter, given up
to fishmongers, vulgarity and vice in
every form. This is one reason of the
marked depreciation in the value of
property on this side of town.
No one cares to make a home where
their children must run the risk of
physical or moral injury.
We hope a decent outlet for our
school girls and citizens will be con
sidered and acted upon by our City
Fathers at once.
In accordance with "The eternal fit
ness of things," is it not compatible to
have inserted in some charter, sonic
where, an Act to prohibit the hiring or
licensening of stores in the Newberry
Opera House for billiard or bar-room
purlposes. This is the conceusus of
opinion of Christian tax-payers, who
feel it an Insult to their intelligence to
pay for (by their taxes) a building de
voted to the purpose of selling intoxi
cating liquors. And, as by charter, we
understand this building is specially
set apart for the commencement exer
cises of educational institutions, such
as the Newberry College, the Female
Academy, and also for religious pur
poses, surely it ought to be kept for
ever sacred from such contaminating
The Death of the Old Year, 1889.
The Old Year s dying-his ead draweTh
Can you look on h~s pass:ng w;thout any
For the iecord he'-l take of yoar fe whea
The pages are wr"t wTh yorr deeds tbat
Ah ! woald yon blot 0hem?-too late!
tie must stand
For the recordLig angel's immo tal band.
The Old Year is dy:og-oh, what has he
To you and to mI. u iasked and uasougbt?
For none has b's coalice held pleasure
But for the b'tte: the sweet will rtone.
A m:ed c:p is ofered for each one to
There is no e=emptio.2, howe'er you may
The Old Year is dy':ag-they're sound *ng
h7s Lie 1I,
Close the dim eyes, take your last sad
Shea a t ..r for the Old, give a sm;le to
Ard resolve with yoerself to be lo: al and
Fo: if you would honor, a.id Heaven at
A pure noble life you must eves maia'n.
The Old Year is dead ! Oh. b.': - him deep.
He has served us wei--et all. evi' sleep
A ad then the New Year i-4bi:.g in s
The gooi. She has showered. in suns-ee
usjed .hat we .love-for thank God
11hs b*stte past yer.- wth his tee
~trators THE BARNWVELL LYVCHI
>t tad Governo. Richardson Otrera a Re
$tta 200 for the Arrest or Each One
every- Barnwell Lynchers.
he can [pcatothe News and Cour
of this COLUME WA, December 80.-Go
Edge- Richardson to-day issued his prol
e same tion offering a reward of two ht
~s to do dollars for the apprehension an.
.ve the viction of each and every one
unknown persons "guilty of the
rought cious murders egmmitted in the<
of Barnwell on the 28th Dect
occur- 1889, upon the bodies of Ripley
hoeson, M itchell Adams, Peter Bell,
e oeMorrell, Hugh Furse, H-udson Jol
>rth to Robert Phonix and Judge Jones
to jus- The Gov'ernor, when interviev
son in a representative of The News an
rier in regard to the lynching at
occur- well, said that he had done all i
een al- was possible for him to do in the r
ery of until the guilty persons should
should rested. This was the conclusion
.he had reached after discussir
parties matter with Assistant Attorney
mteet- The lynching, he said, could
State too strongly condemned by a]
abiding citizens. It was a miost i
stated tunate occurrence, and he would
an ap- given a great deal to have been a
of the prevent it. WVe could not judgea
distance, he said, of the aggravat
the perpetration of the lynching
State no matter how great that wvas,
nd we couid be no excuse for so gross a
tion of law and order.
When asked if lie did not eoi
the whole affair-the mnurders of
men by negroes and the terrible
lature ation-as an additionaL, evidence.<
very nie' essity of separating the race
-srand Governor replied that lhe did.
lished "Unquestionably," said lie, "'th
races cannot live together in
f pub- while both are aspiring to supirer
The negroes if left to themselves v
not create friction by ambition
rwnjealousness against the whites. It
ronoutside influence which leaids thi
oppose the whites and keep aliv4
antagonism. They look to C'ongr
itiary give them control of the South,
this aggravates the gravity of the
issue. I am wholly in favor o
some exportation of negrces in suml
ate a numbers to relieve the present unh
There situation, and at the same time
tieylieve it would prove a benefit to1
Swho go as well as to those who r
ii our Looking tis qjuestion of race aul
how. nism squarely in the face, it is oh,
have that a separa tion is the only soluti
our troubles. We should, hiowevei
e. kind to these people and do all for 1
which it is possi ole for ai superior
to do for an inferior."
The Lawyer-Merchant Nix's Creditori l'
tricts ing him with the Law.
trict. -~ -
four [Special to the News and (Courie
seG REEN VTLLE, D)ecembher 30.-.]
Nix was arrested here to-day ont
bere- more suits of creditors, charging
each with removing, d isposing of an d se<
ing property with intent to defraut
c reditors. The suits are brough i
'esCraddlock. Terry & Co.. of Lynch b
T. A. Wilbur & Son, Charleston,
ster, Oglesbiy & Tutwiler, of Lyiichl
Sew- liond( inl each case is reqired. In
fork three cases the bond is $.5,9f00. Mr.
succeeded in aiving the bonds. 0
fort, suits are likely to follow, and the p2
p'ability is that Nix will be in a ba
ipbefore nmany wveeks if other credi
Cla- take the same action. He conside
>rr.e- persecut ion. w.. w.
Wil- Sudden Death of the Ex-Emupress
LONr>ON, Dec. 28.-D)ispatch jus
ceived from Oporto says that the
zardl Empress of Brazil, wvho was visil
riug that city with Dom Pedro, died to-i
ings, It is believed that her death resu:
NOT TO I} SNi:EZE> .AT.
La Grippe Seemns to iHave a I-irmlt Ii::IcI
on the Country, New York'. ""Finet"
Succumbs to the Epidvmict.
N-:W Yorn!C, Dee. : -According to
oflieals records, nearly :1 Nit it"em en
are laid un with tlh trrip! e. ''li num
ber includes Ilspleetor Steer-. A mln.
ber of sergeants and deteeti':s are :o
laid up, while several captains ar.
mentioned on the sick it. Fle fta i.
that the epidemi ha' wi:! ta ::. .
The death of Paturohnanv Tim-> 1:
Golden to-day is said t' hatv - ihi
first fatal case of La (r te e, t p;
lice force here. e w:s :: r
has got to; llh!:tielphi:i. - il':
place the Iulriber of nrI:on :: :
from the lisea." at
Fuller was to-day att:1'ke. ':ic
to remain at i wii .
Public Woris Stoe: , . r':': I
dent of Police L:an'er, I - !' -
tives W ood, and i(efI'e IV :i 1:,,W\:.:t r ;i t' -
po(lice force a re lid un w a . na
II!i()V rlill.N- , i
epidemliceof initluetnz/." "revaiN l - is a:
m ild tlormt. It ;s e ! tirna a ii:: :r -
fourth of the po 1llt i"n i h ':'
there are indicatjons I'.' : - .
has not reached its hei .
demic, La Grippe, ias s:rick 1is Ih
cality and scores of (a";t+s are re rteti.
It s iildiseri:nint e in hs::tak ,ni
mierehlants, I1uech;aniC-, phy1'-"Je !:u : :cl!
Iahorers are suti'erers.
To-day twelve crews on h-I tterlt
division of the Rome. Watertown an i
Ogdensbur". tailro,ad were ltiil oi wit it
the disease. Freight is :ecm:nulatin!
along the line of roa,l and t he sit uat ion
is annoyin .
TI'ov, N. Y. D)ee..::n.--T'hetnlez
is very prevalent here. Many cas1es are
reported in all parts of the (ity. Al1
ages and both sexe. suflir. Dr. 1. 1).
Bloss, a prominent plhysiian, s.a,
there is scarcely a 1:atlly iin Troy
exe;npt from the disease.
The Edgetieid 3Iurtrer. no,t (at:::ht.
has been notified by Sh,eri' Outz:-, (,
Edgefield, that after startinl' fr .\r
kansas to bring ba-k to jutstrie Mrrel
and Carpenter, the cordeiined mur
derers of Younce, he reecivetI on ile
way a telegrau frot that St:ite .in
that it was a c:e-e of mii.,tak1 en blenit v,
and he had thereftre :1,abu+loneId his
trip and return,ei to Edgetie!i. He
states that he is unahk- to ntierstind
the nu irous a;ndi ir!f;ieti:nL siate
ments he has received from Arkans:as.
He was first notitied i h:1 le me:n were
arrested at Brinkley, :ui afterwards
that they had b-en tk:l;eni at Ilelena,
and lie was puzzled by the (Ommse )f lie
Arkansas ofieials. There is st a t!hin
lishv in the uihir.
To the Member% and Friends of the Young
Men's Christian A-sociationt.
.My Dear Brethren : One year and a
half ago, on the 27th day of June, 1.sss,
the writer entered upon the discharge
of his duties as General Secretary of
the Young Men's Christian Assoiation
of.Newberry. Since t hat tirne, mauny
changes and imuprovemtents have been
made in both the State and local work
in that organization. l~ p to t hat tirine
only two poinits had developed su!11
ciently to require the services of Secre
taries , now five places (Chiarles
ton, Coiunibia, Green vileI, Newh;erry
anid Spartanbure.i are emtuloingL pauidl
when the State Seetary wa
G. ploved in Septemuber, LN, a
revival of interest wals in:
rofthroughout the State,wmehrI was
by the large and enthusiastic e<
tion held ini Greenville ini A priil
ier.~lo ing--the l:arg''t ever hebit
lama. The local. work has1 kept pvi
mtdred the S-tate. Of ourV htome jieldl i f
I COn- we ha;ve no need to sneak at le
of the . .
atro- Fo u failures, disappoi::t mjenit
ounty couragement s, and mistakes, we.
mber, no blame for any one, nor exea,
Johni- ouseve. For our mnany enet
Ralph . * sVi!ts:
no,ments, winc eea vros;
.' great as oni P needs, we ar e deely ;i
red by ful. 3Many linies of wyork were u
I Cou- tatken~ whli.fh were enitire-ly new
Barn- . ,.
:bat it experiencee, a1l of or thle success 4)
natter ure of which we wvere hel ini
be ar- anxietyt and we feecl pr' ud( t !i
wvhich failure enti irely ha:s att tenl :
.Thle readhinig roomii with its :oh
lot be of social gamnes, has- comec up Itin,m
I law- est expectationis: anad i ud:lingt fro
have regularly large nurnher who uised
ble to privileges, we would say Ihtat thi
,t this vestmentt was a good one.
iO or A\t first tihe gyV:tfnmsium tiwas !hot~
there too big. a thing for us to untder :ik
viola- the eery w iti w htieh the yon
. too holdof itand w: kedit m:
Isid er shoed that such at thin cooh b
if the 3\lany antI ple:asant: ate the naO inl
A, t he of the .-ocialis held fromi ilmue to ti:
~othe rootuis, w hlere forI at w h1 ilebu
pCie twoIt( I :o 11vai
nacy. ourselves int the ph:::i.:s ofi
mi to thetMe. The titme has Collie to say
race well, It is nto einpy formii of o
~5 oIne to say that lil heart 5swut
rand grief at the thught of parting will
f the dear frierlis I Ihavye itontie in NewbI'
cient H-ow their faces rise boe moe
i1pP3 write! P'erhiaps it itay be aLcou
hose - -s -!aa
nu.reimeinbher that lif I hie twenIty-.ee
ago- who have been conntectedt unbti
1(n11 board of dlireetorts during Ibis time,
on hutlit:cs be-en lily lpe.-I!:u tria
htem jAs far as I know not; a cloud ha:15
race tcoitte betweeli us.
~Antd eveni a einoeer t ihas bo:h
to the~ vountg ruen of the town,
urAui withi whomI I v.al ked antl edki
anl easy fanumIrt itad frienid.-hi;.
rB Iut I wiIl not ayV tari-eel- tis
s 'ad a wvord. .For it' w*e doi noet a
hiree againtt here, we shaI oniy ''
htim ini a Ih:nd u he re ther- ::;': nc poi:ib
ret- Let rue rathier s:t, i htuan
urI wes meta:s"-ad:r our u:laitt
andj ord adoptin jg the ni:Lune oiae
ure miemnoial pill:r-"Ni!/:L-- tbe L1
the watch etween mec :al i 1 he when
ther Iare aisent one fran :unthr
rob- niost aulett ionitC ::. V'br I
I fix ,i nale. -i .\. I a
Casu'ittion! to 31.it ter,-.
Fvery moather is caltuined.
gicingz her ehili baulianuin ct*aro
it er'eates an unntatural eraving
stintulhats whlichi kills th:e inhd or
iCr- child. Aeker's I aby So- the r
.*specialhly ptrepareda to i.enent vhihhl
and cuire their pains1. It i u
ted and contains no O)piumi or Miurphi;
Soldrb heicrhier_ Honsea1 & Ki bler.
!.ACI:M:'. Ci3.1':L AND CANNON'S
.. .: .11 hpherd and sister, of -
i. nb':r, are visiting relatives in
the Joll1V stre:et Sectionl.
Mr. Le:nder Kinard, of Kershaw, is
oi a v,it to relatives here.
. 1rri- Boinest and lson, of
('iar:. -toni, :ire visiting Mirs. Elizabeth
. rard and three sisters, of
.\i:( -.:n,are ,n a visit to relatives
n this =ectiil.
Thi.' was ireaching at Colony and
V,. T on (_hristnns.
< :int's ('reek Alliance met last
St:uniLy. The f~llowinr are delegates i
tTti i' ::- of the (ounty Allianee t
tL in. enmn r yi":-: 1). A. Ruff', Thos. Cc
&1 ,. .Sor,T. J. Wilson, W- th
c . . (;. 'alin. The follow- bt
- -: :terna:t es: WV. D. Half::ire,
b-.', Lee A. Troutman, Ben
er, li rry Halfacre, Adam do
-i.:r-l, of Kershaw, says
nl is .Idc awake in hisCoun- IC
t.. 'TI* :..- i(wn on Jute and will I
ilh protdutt Covered by that
artle. Titis a resolution. Stand firm,
The1 .:ile r, ads in this section are
i ing:Ono1ghly worked.
(;in : :;iJht of the 1Gth ultimo 250
lounlii of seed cottonl belonging to Mr.
Ie-,. i:fl ere, was stolen from Mr.
Perrv H1alfacre's ginhouse. The thieves
were tracked in the direction of New
be"rry, ani near C'applemian's Hill it
w s ':uin.! timt the cotton had been
1pu nrsis. Nothing definite as to
the :ilty narties. If found we would
suc:stI iat -liil lashes be placed upon
thi i::akedl backs. pe
We have had many interesting rack- be
ets duriii: the holidays, but the one on
that to'k the rake was the natrimo- tl
til : :lket. We have reported three
fi,r '.it:r coiurnlls. --
lr.'ti2 ir Ind readers of The Herald
i:1i ." cws, liis has been a rerarkable Ja
year, 'e ich we all appreciate. When
it is r-iten:I ere(l that two thirds of the
cotton ilrip did not cotne up till the
t o i11 i1f .J ui, it is evident tiat many
f:ritrmers didii not make more than a half I
rl,p. ;hit let us go forward bravely, F.
l:et'inl eni iso)lutiois. The transac- in
iio: ~ :iitthier year have passed into ch
hi e v us :im high in thelliving tei
1-ree it, :tr: bk true in our duty to our wi
(oi. i vtintry and ourselves, and of
we! si:n!i i t' ;,tih prosperous and hap- SC
A%pipe)cit i:i the. columns of The Her- go
al,l and News for its varied and excel- on
lent infornation, and trusting that it to
is like\ise appreciated by its other
rcail; rs, I wish you all a happy New -
Yevr. T. J.\W. A
Scatched 28 Years a
0d1 Cov'r(d riith mcanes. 2.chinz an
< :-rble.. S'atei iu- endles. No re
liet: Doe:orit aind n edic"tn. iail.
Sptedily 4ured by t ~Ienra at a cost in
~t' S. D(
Cured by Cuticura. Ei
Ii ! h: l nown oft ihe Ct-rCItA RtEMED;is
weM-e:h v -. ago it would have saved
:w-iii.h-o t wil hunLdi ed dlollars) anid an ini
w,-.e amoiiunat of sullerinig. My disease
ps rli-t- cornmeniced on my head in a spot ..
no t ir::er i han at cent. It spread rapidly all
over me bodyt naid go!. under my'. nails. The
warles wouldl d rop otrrof me all the time, and
tmy su:leiri' was endless and without relief.
lr(I ie ous:il dlol!ars would niot, tempt me to
hive u:t (l:.ease over argain. I amr a poor
m ln bt feel rich to be relieved of what some I
of i i Ntr said was leprosy, soine ring- 111
t.Itook . . . and...
he, I -1 iio inach:l. Thley hiave mnade r iy
:li e1 (e hr aud free frn scales as a baby's.
Iused f:hern wee thlree boxes of CUrICI
cera l : iti i re bona:les oft CcT etxHA RI:SOLv
iand tcw ekes of(771 CUTeca SOA?. If
nifesi t Ili lieen hure anrd said1 you wou)ild 1i
It ured*t' no-i for .:.n.00.u, yoiu w.ouki have had
iiiii-v. I looked lit.e the pict.mre in
'u (~ ur kini Diseases''), but tiow 1 ar
' ~cliar :i. 'iny penon ever was. Thlrouigh t,
lie .:! I t ch my hanitds over may armis
ce , rch o'ice in a while, but tc
iiur;o.ii. I an all wel. I scratched twei
a Jx;~: y2;;s. :ut! ~ it o ob kind
l.i:NNI IiUlWNING, Waterbury,
lw new Ila and itri kitn Purifier and,pu
:1i ti if Huor Remiedies,initeralaty,
1 1r1 r wena .. t he ireiat skini Cure, arid CUTiet
u-.: o ix.inise iiSkirn Beautitier, ext.er.
- Iiiri nd permently cure ev.
:1 4 ~oinrlit,i burrnig. sealy, crus
* 6 -resurons, and hieredi tarv diset
raite.-.:.i it::nr of tie skin, scalpi, antd ble
with i.,a itf hir, fromit pimples to scroft
ll(er-- ei . ir.veyher. Price. CrTcernA, I
. '- :: .;n-:-iio a. Er . 1 'repiared by
I to:: n .ui Cm.airreAL CoiroATI
Sinu srylr 'Hiiw to cure Skin Diseast
tre(a1.t J.rlpa i,-. ;,t illutstrationrs, anid 100 testit
p1? P j.*C , bluret-headis, chapped arndc
:npWFREE FROM RHEUMATIS
ful1- a re Inone minute the Cut.cura A
' Pain Plaster rel'eves rhleumai
~ ,, i.. mutscular Painsanid wevtaiuest
C -l Bu'cklen's Arnca Salve.
Ti !tsalve in the world for Cuts, Sot
Pruit m . thiers. 5:alt Rtheurni, F'ever Sores,T!
ir,i; ha pplIrHands. Chilblains, ('orrnsa
but, it in Eruptionrs, anrd positively cui
1-i r n pry reqihred. It is guaranrteed
nl irt iert sat isfacitiont. (ir rnorney refuud
or rw L :'tttt pier box. For sale by Robe
- o I:< ilder.
I (IUR LIT TLE ONES
mes and the NURSER"
W lil36 BROMFIELD Sr.,
.It , Boston, Mass,
'The~ most handsome and br
I c maga'rzine for children el
hr frpublished. 31.50 a year ; sia
cp cs,1 ts. Sent on tr
three months for 250. A sami
copy and Premium List sent
any address on receipt of at1
.. T'. onl su rnre for Cornq. Stops all prtrn. nor:
b r o::.en~ot fet1c atrDruggis~t. HItscox&Co.,N
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rcv. I iis 'ilnan.i i tire be.t rem,edy for anl ills ariuir
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it d . '.r CHICHESTER'S ENGLIS1
t II I & PEN NYROYAL PILLS.
~I Bed Cross Diamond Brand,
n e I i The only reliale pilt for sale. Safe a
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1 H e snonditrand, in re'd meitnicboxes, seat<
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1144 .(ius~tams) for particols and "RelIef fc
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-. eanses anid beautifies the hair.
aliili 3 romnotes aluxuriant growth.
7 tevcr Fails to Restore Gray
it.ii ~ -3-Hair to its Youthful Color.
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' I' _ 50eandS$1.00 tDruisita.
p. ass ;u PIANO Co
-, I 'on':iPs ait'V f iv'tatve. iNb
topi Act ion,~ fornIshedl in
ntlid b lack wailnuit. PrO
li.9*ensh; also Sld ont the Er:
lire sysi emt t si.. per ilua
T 'cir for ten qluarirC. when (I
ill heromes'c properly of pe;
inger.': ivented aim
emtd hy Mas-on & Htam ii
M ..is used in tire Masona
iI iiamttln pianotis exclusively
1:emrkbl reinemenit C o
..-l'tity to stattd ini tum
iii ~ '~ l eniraeizye these instru
'I :.TYL!ES . iN<,At $22
'c ' iCo. 7N $96. AND UP.
e. i.k <u. a/d .Piano; s
ji;;- nd Al?.nfe.
STATE OF SOITH CAROLINA,
has been received at this depart
ent that on the Sixteenth day of Oc
ber, A. )., ISS9, the cotton house
id contents of W. P. Brown, in the
)unty of N ewberry, was burned, and
ere being reason to believe that the
irning was an act of incendiarism:
\ow THEREFORE, I, J. P. Richard
n, Governor of the State of South
trolina, in order that justice may be
mne, and the majesty of the law vin
ted, do hereby offer a rewarA of
fty Dollars for the appreaensie and
nviction of the person or per.us who
umitted said act of incen(arism.
i testimony whereof, I h.ve hereunto
set niy hand avs caused the
Great Seal of .-e State to be
aflixed, at Cols bia, this twenty
s.1 seventh dayo December, A. D.,
1889, and i the one hundred and
fourteentl year of the Indepen
dence <t the United States of
J. P. RICHA RDSON.
By the (Jovernor:
J. Q. MArPSHA LL,
Secretary of State.
ULND NO 3, NE1 BERRY COTON ILLS.
3HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
- baving declared a dividend of 21
r cent. on the capital stock of New
rry Cotton Mills. Same will be paid
and after the 1st January, 1890, at
e Mill office.
H. C. ROBERTSON,
Treasurer and G. M.
NOTICE OF SALE.
nes F. Todd, Landlord, against
W. A. Kinard, Tenant.
Distress Warrant for Rent.
)V VIRTUE OF A POWER OF
}Attorney to me directed by James
Todd, landlord, authorizing me to
ake distress of all the goods and
attels in the store let to W. A. Kinard,
iant, for rent due and in arrears, I
11 sell at the said store in the Town
Newberrv, and County of Newberry,
uth Carolina, on Saturday, the 18th
y of January, 1890, the stock of
ods, wares and merchandise, levied
by virtue of the said distress warrant
pay said rent and all costs.
V. W. RISER, Agent.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that John I Donahue has.made an
4ignment to me of all his personal
d real estate for the benefit of his
Aditors, and that there will be a meet
of the creditors of the said John
nahue, at the oflice of M. A. Carlisle,
q., New berry, S. C., on the 10th day
Januarv, 1890, for the purpose of
pointing an agent of the creditors.
R~. MOORMAN, Assignee.
anuary 1st, 1890.
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry at the late residence of Susan
h Cromer, deceased, for cash, on the
h day of January, 1890, all the
r>erty of said deceased,
kini beddin~t a,~A7
dhis 4 tables, one -cooking
:Nr,dse and crockeryware, one
ave J. J. HIPP, Admiinistr
ree S~- HEREBY GIVEN TO
no Executors, Administrators,
iy- dians, Trustees and other fidu<
of- that Tuesday and Thursday o:
U week during the months of Je
t. and February, 1890, are set apt
the examination of their anm~
turns as required by law.
reet J. B. FE LL ER
itDec. 28th 1889. J. P. 2
NOTICE OF ELECTIC
ae LL THE LEGAL TCTER~
a Rutherford School Distri<
oc.; hereby notified that a meeting a
the held ait M. D. Suber's, on Janua:
~'' 1890, at 10 o'clock, for the purp
As" votiag a supplemental tax foi
"* School District. Jos. L. KE
:Chairman Board of Tri
1THE STATE OF SOUTH C
-- LINA, LAURENS COUNTY
it Thomas Floyd as Adm'r of I
d loyd, dec'd, and Thomas:
;es. individually, Plaintiff' against
Floyd, Emanuel Floyd and o
s, Complaint to marshal assets, sell
adto aid in payment of debts, &
es UURSUANT TO AN ORDE]
e .the above stated case, I will
r- public outcry, at Newberry
House, South Carolina, on salesd~
nu January, 1890, during the legal
for such sales, the following dese
Sproperty, to wit:
All that tract or plantation of
situate, lying and being in the Cc
,st of New berry, and State aforesaid,
3 taining one hundred andI fortj
facres, more or less, and bounde
Slands of F. H. Dominick, the pro
Sof the estate of Henry Floyd, dece
- Randall Goggans and Henry Cole
Terms o,f sale: Purchaser wi
Sallowed to j)ay his whole b,id in
.otherwise, he will be required to
Sone-fourth in cash, and give a bon
Sthe balance, payable in one, two
Sthree years. with interest from dt
-sale, secured by amnortgage of the p
4 ises. Purchaser to pay for papers
A. WV. BURNSIDE,
Judge of Probate
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLI
(COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
George G. Dewvalt against Wm
Griffith et al.
Y0 ORDER OF THE COI
L)herein, dated 19th Decerr
1887, I will sell, at public out
before the Court House at
berry, on the first Monday in .
"uary, 1800, all that tract of land ini
County and State aforesaid, contai
seven tv-six acres, more or less,
e boundled by lands of Elizabeth Grif
aA bram MIoore, John McCullough
rTerms: The purchaser has leave
-pay the whole bid in cash, othern
-One- half of the purchase money n
be paid in cash, and the balance
able at twelve months with inte
1 from th e day of sale, secured by a b
iand a mnortgage of the premises. I
chaser to pay for all papers.
ISIL AS JOHNSTONE, Maste
M sotfice, 11 Dec., ]8S9.
AST HMA M?a
anyone afmeted. Da.TAFTDRO.,Rochestet,2
'~,.1n thewoeld. Libemi.aiagy pal'i.~
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI.\A,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Robert L. Luther and Dudly M. Lob
ford vs. Thomas W. Gallmar
BY ORDER OF THE COURT i
berein, dated 16 Febru-y, 1S89, I
will sell at public outerv before the
Court Hoyse at Newberr, on the first
Monday in January, 1", all that tract
of land, the property 1 the defendant,
in the County at. State aforesaid,
containing one hu.dred and fifty-four
acres, more or iss, and bounded by
lands of David Henry Wheeler, John
Loniinick. sr. and others.
Terms: Tie purcha-er may pay the
whole bid-" cash; otherwise one-half
of the pveae money will be requiredi
in cash and the balance payable at
twel" months, with interest from the
davof sale, to be secured by a bond
a,1 mortgage of the premises. Pur
naser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOH NSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 11 Dec., 1889.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-IN
David R. Phifer, Plaintiff, against John
Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage.
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public out
cry- before the Court House at New
berry, on the First Monday in January,
1890, all that tract or plantation of land
in the County and State aforesaid, con
taining Eighty-six (S6) Acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Albert
Anderson and lands of the estate of D.
R. Phifer and others.
TERMS: The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one-half of the
purchase money, and to secure the
balance, payable in one year from the
day of sale, with interest from that
day, by a bond and mortgage -f the
prerni.es, and to pay for papers. The
purchaser will be allowed to pay all
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
MIaster's Office, 14 Dec., 1889.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBTRRY.-IN
C )MMON PLEAS.
Emma Mahon vs. Eliza K. McKellar.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, dated 16th November, 18,9,
I will sell at public outcry, before the
Court House at, New berry, on the first
Monday in January, 1890, of the lands
of the late Dr- W. B. McKellar, in the
County and State aforesaid, and
fronting on the Steam Mill and Black
Jack road, in parcels as follows:
Lot No. 1. Containing seventy
eight acres and ninety-nine hundredths,
and bounded by lands of the estate of
Mary N. Fair, T. M. Lake's estate, J. G.
Rikard and lot No. 2.
Lot No. 2. Containing thirty-five
acres and thirty-eight hundred ths,
boundedby lands of the estate of Mary
N. Fair, and by lots No. 1 and No. 3.
Lot No. 3. Containing forty-one and
64-100 acres, and bounded by lots No. 2
and No. 4, and lands of estate of Mary
Lot No. 4. Containing thirty-four
and 30-100 acres, and bounded by lots
No. 3 and No. 5, and by lands orestate
of ,ary N. Fair.
Lot No. 5. Containing eighteen and
50-100 acres, an<L bounded by lots No. 4
and No. 6, and lands ot estate of Mary
Lot No. 6. Containing nineteen and
81--100 acres, and bounded by lo)ts No.
5 and No. 7, and by lands of the estai '
of Mary N. Fair.
Lot No. 7. Containing sixteen and
94-100 acres, and bournded by lot No. 6
and lands of estate of M1ary N. Fair.
so 1 o.f land in te_town of
con mg half, and
stove, bounded by lands forn estat
)nggy, of Judge J. B. O'Neall.
Trhese lots of land will be so
ator- plats thereof which may be seen
Master's office, and will be exl:
at the sale.
ALL Terms: The purchaser will
Guar- quired to pay one-third of the pu
iaries, ruoney in cash, and to secur
eahbalance payable inone and two
uaywith interest from the day of sa
rtufor bond and mortgage of the pro
a Tye he purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, MIai
S, 3aster's Office, 11 Dec., 1889.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROI.
~* COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
S CF COMM3ON PLEAS.
t are James S. 31cClung et a: against
ill te Estella MicClung.
y 14, Partition.
ose of DY ORDER OF THE CC
said aherein, dated 16th Novel
orT, A. D., 1889, I will sell at
istees. ontcry before the Court Hou,
- Newberry, on the first MIond:
A RO January, 1890, all that tract of Ia
.-IN the County and State aforesaid,
taining seventy (70) acres, more o:
lenry and bounded by lands of A. J.]
F'loyd shore, lands formerly of Henry Bu
Betsy Spencer 31eClung, W. A. Senn, (
Terms. Trhe purchaser will b
land quired to pay one-third of the pur
money in cash, and the balance pa;
in one and two years with interest
IN day of sale, secured by bond anidi
11l at gage of premises. Purchaser to pa
i in SIL AS JOH NSTONE, 3Mast
ours 3Master's Office, 11 Dec., 1889.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL1
land COUNTY OF NEWBJERRY.
unty COMIMON PLEAS.
.~iv Iritta Patton, Adnm'x, vs. Jose1:
. b Burton, Admn'r, et al.
ry YORDER OF THE CO
ae, hri,dated 9 November,
man. I will sellatpbioucyefr
11 be Court House at New berry, on the.:
3ash, MIonday in January, 1890, of the
pay estate of Charles D1. Burton, dlee
I for in t he Coun ty and State aforesaid,
and following lots or p)arcels, viz.
y of Lot No. 1-Containing One Hun
rem- and Seventeen Acres, and bounde<
the Belfast Road, lands of Henry
ton's estate and of L. WV. Floyd.
Lot No. 2-Contain ing One Hun,
yv. and Seventy-six Acres and a F
-and bounded by lands of the esta:
-C. 31. MicClung, A. J. Longshore,
No. 1, C. Reeder's land and Lots
-and No. .5. (A right of way twenty
NA' wide to Lot No 5 on Western sid
Lot No 3-Containing Ninety A
W. and Four-fifths, and boundcd by h;
of estate of John Satterwhite, 31
Johnson and Lot No. 4.
-Lot No. 4-Containing One Hun<
;RT and Forty-five and 83-100 Acres,
ber, bounded by Lt.t No. :3, estate of Ja
cry, MicClung, Lots No.2 and No. 5
ew- lands of J. E- Pitts.
ran- Lot No. 5-Containing One Hunt
the and Thirty-eight Acres and Eighty.
ung Hundredths, and bounded by Lots
and -4 and No. 2 and by lands of L.
Sith, Fl(,vd and J. E. Pitts.
and T~ERMrs: The p)urchiaser has leaiv
pay the whole bid in cash--others
to one-third of the purchase money n
ise, be paid in cash, and the balance, I
iust able in one and twvo years, with in
>ay- est frorn the day of sale, to he secu
rest by a bond and ~mortgage of the pri
ond ises. The purebaser to pay for all
~ur- pers an]d recording of same.
SILAS .JOHNSTONE, MIaste
r. MIaster's Office, 11 Dec., 1889.
D. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED
3 1.ayer& MInyer, or the un<
-signed, are notified that they mn
;settle their accounts.
0. B. 3MAYER, Jh
October 22nd, 1889~.
INAUGURATE THE Ni
NEW YO RK CO
ALONGSIDE OF OUR REDU
YOU WILL BE
We have bought a Manir,i;ent Stock
room for it. We otter the best Clothirng fo
wri ght & J. w. ('oppock's Old Stand.
O WING TO THE EXTRE
during the entire Fall, or
ing SUITS of every kind, and (
we desire it to be at this sea
therefore, this day, Nov. 28th, p1
Dei767tment and cut prices doi
' e give you, then, this
First Glass as MA
CLO THING hard-ear
AT We h,
Second Class suit to fi
Of meni a
Prices. en ce' ho
W E PROPOSE TO CL
Plantation Boots an[I8I1o88
A Grand Line of Men's and
or boy in the Cou.ity, rangu
and in inseam from 28 to :38,
Mark down "is the word," and if you
you wvill be convinced that we are.not tryil
Remenmber our terms during this re
ithe 3AIN STREET,
e the11 1
>tt WISHES A HAPPY NEl
__ AND RETURNS SINCE
INA, FRIENDS A
FOR THEIR LIBERAL PAT
Clara TION EXTENDE:
SOLICITING YOUR KIND CC
URT ASSURTNG YOU THA
coed Having Rented the T
. z PURCHASED NEXW
haHE IS ABLE TO GiVE ADVA)
able DR Y GOODS, CLOTHING,
from FOOTS, SHOES,
0,2f~ H ATS,
___ r-O W ilf
I~ WHETHER FROM THE COU:
ANY PORTION OF
hi F- &2I.00k Out for Ti:
STE POOR R
Ibyo - -
Bur- With the cold cash we de
.fth, exact the most that the poter
Lot in all dealings save our cu
feet man's profit.
The problem with us is nc
nds but how many g'oods we car
red (Ownl prices.
mnd We levy only tile smallest
nd the prices for first-class g'ood:
red before in the market of old ft
.We are Ready I
viCome when you wviil and:
a Slo buiess and dead
rEverything~ aroun;d us is on tI
pa- We have the largest stock c
DRY GO0DS, BOOTS, SIl0E
Tin fact every thing that is to b
erd most polte attention shown t
W YEAR WITH A
iction in Prcs
CTION ON OVERCOATS !
of Spring Clothing, and must make
e te least muoney.
Er c~ G E
MELY MILD WEATHER
r stock of Clothing, includ
)VERCOATS, is larger than
son of the year. We have,
it the Knife in our Clothing
vn 10 to 25 per cent!
ien, and examine our Stock
KED DOWN, and if you
erred buying until now, your
ned cash will go much far
i ever before.
ave yet on hand a Magnifi
lck, including every kind of
t all shapes and sizes both
nd boys. It makes no differ
w larg you or how small
we can fit you all the same!
)SE OUT OUR ENTIRE
at IaIruitaotuIBIS' Cost,
Boy'n Pats, to fit any man
>inwaist from 28 to 48,
ill only, call and examine our stock
lutio nt g1 beuSTRICTLY NET
NI YEAR TO QNE AND ALL,
RE THANKS TO BIS MANY
RONAGE AND KIND CONSIDERA~
D TO HI DURING 1889.
'NTINUANCE OF TEE SAME, AND,
[' EVERY EFFORT WILL BE
l'o G1VE YOU*
wo Large Stores known as
TAGES TO EVERY PURCHASER OF
TRUNKS and VALISES,
TRY, TOWN OR STATE, OR FROM
THE UNITED STATES.
Leir Next Week's Ad.NM
adirect with manufacturers and
t dollar can squeeze out, and can
stomners the 23 per cent middle
t how mn:eh profit we can make,
sell, and how close we can cut -
living commission and will put
down where they never reached
gvismn and big profits..
or the Fall Trade.
ron wvill find us busy as bees.
methods are not tolerated h'ere.
f fall goods in town, coist ~ing of
30~LTOIXG \D Ro0ERIEg
a f->and in a first-class store. The
r every one.