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Local and Special.
Beth EAen Lutheran Church.
Service every two weeks, second and fourth]
Sundays, at 11 a. in. Sunday-school to a. I.
Wx. A. JULIA N, Pastor.
Office opens.. ............... .- m
Closes--one-half hou: before the arrivai of
trains per schedule. viz:
For Columbia...................................... 8 25 a m
For Greeuville and the West...........'. 1 00 p m
For Columbia..................................... 2 37 p m
For Laurens... ..... 4 45 p in
Office will remain open until. 5 3j p in
Open.................................................. 7 00 P m
Ciose................................................. 7 30 p m
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTU7RE OF STAR ROUTE
NEWBERRY AND UTOPIA.
i Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p m
Arrive Monday and Thursday.............2 p
NEWBERRY AND WEITXIRE's.
Leave Tuesday and Friday.................. : p in
Arrive Tuesday and Friday.................. 12 I
LAURENS AND NEWBERRY.
Lv. Tuesday, ThursAlay and Saturday... 1 pm
Ar. Tuesday, Thuisday and Saturday... 12 im
R. MOORMAN. P. M.
The County Alliance has accepted
the offer of President Childs, to rent a
portion of the C. N. & L. freight depot
at Newberry as an Alliance warehouse,
and the compartment towards Friend
i street is being fixed up for the purpose.
Its capacity is 2,500 bales.
For Fruits, Candies, Canned Goods
and Fancy Groceries go to B. B.
Hunter, next to Postoffice. tf.
31ore New Cotton.
Jno. C. Lane brought in the second
bale of new cotton on Thursday. It
weighed 397 pounds and was bought
by Wm. M. Lane at 0 cents.
Lott Glenn brought in two new bales
W. W. Davenport brought in a new
bale yesterday. It weighed 402 pounds.
Good To6acco at Proctor Todd's.
25 eents. tf.
Jurors from Newberry.
The following jurors have been d:awn
from Newl)erry County for the Febru
ary term of the United States District
and Circuit Courts:
Grand jury-Geo. A. Duncan, Pros
Petitjury-G. T. .Dilard, Newberry;
Levi Q. Fellers, Thomas L. Wheeler,
R. E. Williams, (eo. M. Cook, Pros
&%E. Williams :s a gauger for th(
Government. Can he act in a double
The Building and Loan Association.
The members of the Newberry Build
ing and Loan Association are hereb3
notified that the 60th assessment wil
be due and must be paid Friday
September 5, 1890, :nd that the Board o
Directors will meet in the Knights o
Honor Hall on Monday, September sth
1890, at 8 o'clock, p. m., to sell th
money on hand.
J. W. M. SIn.oNS,
it . Secretary.
To be good natured, you should hav
plenty of good wholesome food to eal
See the stock of McIntosh & Todd.
B. B. Hunter keeps the best Cigar
and tobacco and Fancy Groceries nex
to Postoffice. tf
Ely's Celebrated Turnip Seed.
We have a large.supply. None bei
ter. -For sale by
, BELCHER, HOUSEAL & K1IBLER.
Working on~the C. N. & L.
The gradin force of the C. N..&]
between Jalapa ancf Newberry is
work three miles from town on' tt
aThe route from'Newberry will b<
alongside the C. & G. Railroad t<
Cline's shop, thence to the right
through Mrs. Motte's and Mr. Cul
A portion of the lumber for the tres.
tie across Scott's creek has arrived al
We offer One Hundred Dollars re.
ward for any case of catarrh that can
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrb
.F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Props, Toledo,
We, the undersigued, have known
F. J1. Cheney for the last 1.5 years, and
believe him perfeetly honorable in all
business transaction, and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
West & Traux, Wholesale Druggists.
WVald&ng, Kin nan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, actfag directly urpon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonals sent free. Price 'inc. per
bottle- Sold by all Druggists.
The Professors' Houses.
The houses at the college for the use
of the professors are being built as fast
as possible. The president's house is
one of the prettiest and most convye
* niently arranged dwellings in the city.
The-interior is finished in the best of
styie, the work 'being first-class in
every particular. The exterior is well
finished also and presents a fine ap
pearance. It is now ready for occu
* pancy. The workmanship is first class.
'rhe second house has the frame up and
the siding is being put on and when
completed will also be a v-ery pretty
and convenient residence.
Mr. C. C. Davis, who has the con
traict, is a first class mechanic, and
when he tinishes a job it is well (lone.
Coca-Cola at Peihamn's.
"Coca-Cola renews the vigor of thbe in
tellect, and relieves mental exhaustion,
rendering the fiowv of thought more
easy and the reasoning power more vig
orous, conduces to mental clearness and
activity, freedom from fdftigue and
power of endurance.
It has gained an enviable reputation
as having gilt cdge merit, and in most
of the large cities of the South has
taken a position at the very front of all
the leading and most popular soda
This popular summer beverage fur
nished ice-cold, at 5c. ghtss. at Pelham's
Remember that John F. Speck does
all kinds of Watch, ('lock, Jewelry and'
Spectacle work. Fine work a spe
To the Publie.
Owing to continued advance in the
price of Ice, r.nd the unsettled con
ditioni of the Ice miarket, I am abso
lutely forced to advance the price
of ice. I also earnestly beg to assure
my patrons that I will exert every
eft'ort to supply themi at the lowest
Have you read "Looking Ba:ckward"
and "Marie Bash4kirtseff'?" If not ,go
to the Book Store anid get themi at
once. tf 1
The Coming Season
Will no0 doubt be a fine one for plav
ing ball. Go to the Book Store anid
buy your Bakse Bali goods at the lowest
. Sick headaiche is the bane of many
lives. This annoying complaint may
be cured and prevented by the occasion
-at use of'Dr. J. H. McLen's Liver
and Kidney Pillets (little pills.) j
a;;- ~ N-.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The primary election will be held to
Newberry should at once go to work
nd put up a good system of water
The Herald and News building was
iotter Tuesday morning than state
>ulities have been this year.
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer will preach at
he school house, Dead Fall, next Sun
lay at 4 p. m.
Mr. A. S. Laird advertises astore to let j
Lt Chapin, S. C., on the Columbia,
Iewberry and Laureus Railroad.
Messrs. 0. McR. Holmes and Win.
Af. Lane have formed a copartnership t
is cotton buyers.
Dr. Chas. A. Teague, of Newberry,
.ias passed the medical examination
:efore the State Board and licensed to
Col. Ellison S. Keitt sold thirty bales
of old cotton on Tuesday to the New
berry Cotton Mills at 10: cents.
The union service will be held in
the Thompson St. Church next Sab
bath night. Rev. W. C. Schaeffer will
preach the sermon.
"Jonah's Mistakes" will be the sub
ject of Rev. W. C. Schaeffer's sermon
in the Lutheran church next Sunday
The Newberry Building and Loan
Association is five years old on the 5th
of September. The annual meeting
will be held on the 8th of September in
Knights of Honor Hall.
Work has been commenced on . the
building for the cotton seed oil mills
and fertilizer company. The work will
be pushed as rapidly as possible and the
machinery put in for work this fall.
Three dwelling houses have been
burned in Newberry this year and all
three were owned by widow ladies:
Mrs. Havird, Mrs. Barre and Mrs.
The little daughter of F. A. Schum
rt fell off a bridge on the street near
.r. Os. Wells' residence last Friday
and broke her arm near the wrist in
Mr. J. D. Smith has gone to Ken
tucky where he will purchase a nice
lot of mares and horses for J. D. Smith
& Co., and will return with them
ealy in September.
The clerk of court collected $100 from
a peddler who has been selling medi
cine over the county. The law requires
that this licenee be paid and the money
goes to the treasury of the county.
The conference of the Associate Re
form Presbyterian churches of Newber
ry county will meet in Thompson St.
church on Saturday next at a. m.
The public is cordially invited to all
the exercises of the conference.
A "Gloria" umbrella, with imitation
oxidized silver handle, loose on the
staff, and mended with a tin band, was
taken out of The Herald and New
ottice last Saturday morning before day
light. We hope it will be returned, as
we still have use for it.
Notice to Stockholders of the Newberr3
Bulding and Investment Company.
The third monthly installment o
$1.00 per share on the capital stock o
the Newberry Building and invest
ment Company will be due and pay
a able on Saturday, the 30th day of Au
gust,.1890, at the office of theTreasurer
Money to loan. Applications fo
loans' must be filed with the under
tine. - R. H. WEARN,
Treas. N. B. & L. Co.
Miss Ione Fant is visiting relative
Mrs. R..Y. Leavell.has returned fron
Mr. James J. Lane has returned-fron
.Mr. Eugene F. Greneker came t
~t Newberry yesterday. ..ae time
irobi Glenn Springs.
Mr. George Bishop returned frorr
Alabama last week.
Mr. Jno. G. Piester has returned fron:
a prospecting trip to Texas.
Mr. 0. M. Jamieson, of Minter d~
Jamiieson left on Tuesday for the North
Miss Mary Brantly Tarrant has re.
turned from a visit to Miss Aylette
Chalmers, of A bbeville.
L.ieut. Jas. P. Kinard left for Glenn
Springs on Monday.
Mr. 0. McR. Holmes returned from
Hendersonville last week and went to
the North on Tuesday.
Prof. Henry Ranch, of Edgefiel d
County paid The Herald and sews a
Ipleasanti visit yesterday.
Mrs. Margaret Pennington, of Colum
bia, returnedi Tuesday from a visit
to relatives and friends in Helena and
Misses Kate and Annie White, of
Atlanta, who have been visiting Mrs.
J. E. Brown for several weeks, returned
to their home on Tuesday.
Mr. J. WV. Smith, returned to Atlan.
ta yesterday after makirig a short visit
to his father, Mr. Jenkins H. Smith.
Rev. WV. C. Schaeffer and Mr. Geo.
B. Cromer will leave by private con
veyance on Monday for the mioun
Mr. Ira B. Jones, of Lancaster, has
been in Newberry a few days, visiting
his old home. At the primary election
in-Lancaster last Thursday he was
unanimously nominated one of the
members to the Legislature.
Mr. John Glasgow left on Saturday
for Union to visit his mother before re
turning to Texas. He was accom
panied by his brother, Bachman Glas..
gow, who has sufficiently recovered
fromt his illness to make the trip.
We Can and Do.
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it
has been fully demonstrated to the peo
ple of this country that it is superior to
all other preparations for blood diseases.
It is a positive cure for syphilitic poison
ing, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples.
It purifies the whole system and
thoroughly builds up the constitution.
At Belcher, Houseal & Kibler's.
A pleasant and certain care
for Dianihca, Dysentery, Chol
era Morbus and all affections of
the Stomach and Bowels.
Prepared and sold at
ROBER TSON & GILDER'S
Corner Drug Store
If you are in need of a pair of Spec
tacles or Eye Glasses go to John F.
A Child Kilned.
Another child killed by the use of
>piates given in the form of Soot hin(vj
;yrup. Why mothers give their child
'en such deadly poison is surprising
,vhen they can relieve the child of its
eeuliar troubles by using Ack-er's:
P>aby Soother. It contains no Opium
>r Morphine. Sold by Belcher, Houseal
e Kibler. i
Bueklen's Armea saive.
The. Best salve in the world for Cuts. Sores, I
trutses, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet
er, chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
Lii Skini Eruptions. and positively cures r
iles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to I
:ive perfect satisaction, or money refunded
~ric -5 cen per box. For sale by Robert
Is Life Worth Living?i
Cot if .you go through the world a
lyspeptic. Acker's Dlyspepsia Tablets
are a positive cure for the wvorst forms 1
>f Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency
and Constipation. - Guaranteed . and t
old by Belc'aer, Houseal & Kibler.
. LancA ,31:NING Iim-. Ii
he Rieiddence or 31r-t. T. F. Greneker
Burned-The Herald and New, Oftice T
Narrowly FeaPi.-C4)o( Work of
the Fire 1)epartmaent.
Abouit half-past four o'clock on T114s- v
ay niormlig the alarm of lire was v
:)Inded. This getting to be a p)l
ir hour for fires in Newberry. 'his v
ime it was the residence of Mrs. Thus. t
. Greneker, on Caldwell street, ad
Ainin The Herald and News ofiee, 1
Lot io>re than fifteen feet distant. It s
-as a wooden building and burned p
ery rapidly. The tire originated in
he kitchen which stood sonic ten or a
ifteen feet from the residence and not i
o far possibly fromt the rear end of The r
ierald and News office, but the resi- I
ence caught and was nearly consumed L
)efore The Herald and News seemed
, be much endangered. The building
,as one of the oldest in the town. As
;o how the fire originated it is not
mnown, but it is supposed from the
tove, in soie way. which was in the
%itchen. The fire was well under way
n the kitchen before it was discovered
Dy the family, and before they could
doanything towards saving the furni
ture the dwelling was all ablaze. Mrs.
Greneker, Miss Sallie Greneker and
Claude Greneker, Mr. C. C. Davis and
Mr. Burts were slceping in the house.
Mrs. Greneker and the children got
out but saved very little of the fui ni
ture, and scarcely any of the wearing
appaiel, and none of her silverware.
The communion set of the Methodist
Church was among the losses in the
fire. It was made of solid silver.
Mr. Davis saved nothing except a
little clothing and the trunk contain
ing his papers. He lost a very select
library worth some $300, among which
was a full set of the Encyclopedia Brit
tanica. No insurance. Mr. Burt lost
a fine gold watch.
Mrs. Greneker's loss is fully $3,000,
with only 8800 insurance on the house,
nothing on the furniture, and $400 on
The Herald and News building.
The fire department responded as
promptly as could be expected and did
very valiant and efficient service.
Without it The Herald and News
office would have burned and possibly
a half dozen other buildings in the
neighborhood. The boys deserve com
meadation for their faithful work and
The Herald and News bows its acknowl
edgments. The weaterboarding and
roof of the building were burned into a
coal but the building was saved.
The type and cases and stands and
other material were moved out into
the street and stores, and there was
plenty rf "pie," but those who assisted
in moving the material handled it more
carefully than we expected. The forms
for the outside of The Herald and News
were made up and on the stone, but
our typos were all on hand and had
presence of mind enough to "lock them
up" and remove them in tact, and on
Tuesday morning, through the kind
ness of the Observer, the outside of this
paper was printed. Our office was
flooded with water and when daylight
came everything presented a very un
inviting aspect about the office. The
damage to The Herald and News is
As soon as we could get to work we
began scouring and cleaning up and by
the afternoon of Tuesday most of the
material and type were back in place
and the printers were ready for cop-)
The Herald and News appreciates 2ni
efforts of those who helped us sayfi.at j
material and the care with whirCo)h
handled the type. .eo
Out of Debt SL
3 Tbe reader rememTti
ment made by Mr. -' thie.
Sof Kinards, lassY, t)oers the assign
signment wyof -Henry 0. Henson
1pat.f_h9jries February. The as
signee";w.1--s remarkable in that s
ties wes ts turned over to the as
Sitors vM. as$2, 844 in cash. The liabili
1-~afre about $12,000, and some cred
the] ~ ere threatening to sue, which
~~dMr. Henson to make an assign
ment. The creditors seeing Mr. Hen
son's perfect good faith andY his~ eager
ness to pay his debts, readily agreed to
a compromise of 60 cen ts on the dollar.
This amount has been paid, and on
Tuesday the assignee reconveyed to
Mr. Henson his 760 acres of land and
all, his other property entirely free
from debt. "Verily, "Honesty is the
But Mr. Henson is honest, not fronm
policy, but from principle, and his
many friends are glad he is once mnore
free from all embarrassmient.-New
The result of the primary election
held in Newberry on last Friday is
published on the first page of this paper,
as is also the result in the Third Con
gressional District. The readers of The
Herald and News have already seen
and heard the result.
An extra was issued by The Herald
and News at 2 a. mn. on Saturday, giv
ing full.returns from all the boxes in
the county. This was distributed all
over the county early next morning.
It was in Prosperity before daylight,
and when men came to their business
they found full and correct returns
from the election in the county the day
before. It only varied in two slight
particulars from the official count by
the Executive Committee.
At 4.45 p. mi. on Saturday The Herald
and News issued a second edition, giv
ing full returns from the Congressional
election in the Third District.
By reference to the tabulated report
on tbe first page it will he seen that the
second race1is to be run for Congress by
George Johnstone. of Newherry, and
D. K. Norris, of Pendleton; for the
House, by C. L1. Blease, .J. M. .John
stone, WV. D. Hardy and Geo. S. Mower;
for School Commissioner, by Arthur
Kibler arid Jno. F. Ranks: for Auditor
by WV. C. Cromer and F. E. May bin.
The second election will be h'eld to
morrow. The same managers wvill con
duct the second election.
The Editor of The Herald and News
was absent last week, and he desires to
say here that tile Credlit for getting out
the extra editions with the result of the
primary is due our Mr. WV. P. Houseal.
The Executive Committee.
The Executive (ommittee niet on
last Saturday and c-anvassed the vote
and declared the result, which is as
published in The Herald and News.
They passed a resolution recognizinga
the newv State Executive Committee.
with J. L. M. Irby as chairmran, as the
legal and regular Democratic Execu
A t a former meeting of the commit
tee a resolution was passed to the effect
hat the tickets ought not to have been
printed with a place to vote for Senator,
is there was no vacancy asy-et, but that
hey would recognize such tickets as
Gen. Pope, we presume, wiill not re
;ign as Senator until after the Septemi-t
>er Convention. After that wve pre
ume he will resigin if lie receives the
lmiation for Attorney (eneral, and
mnother election for Senator will have
o be ordered.
It is very important in this age of
ast miaterial progress that a remtedv
e pleasing to the tasje and( to the ey'e
asily taken, acceptable to the stomi ach
nd healthy in its nature and eft~ects.
'ossessing( these qualities, Syrup of
'igs is th;e one perfect laxative and
ost gentle diuretic known. WV. E. i
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Pcitures, Pictures, Pie'tures. LA
During the next two weeks I will s
ake a special reduction on Pictures.
'bose wishing to ornament their par
>rs, drawing rooms, &c., will find it to
ieir advantage to call on me during y
at time. Yours,
tf $. F.. WmG1~T,
NEW.E1ity IFLFMEN AT IfEN
I)E.S0NvLLE. N. C.
heir Warn jeception and CourteOUS ,
Bv invitatin thle Newberry l tiles t
i iie - II Ierlersonvillt, N. (. :nd were
rmly welcoimed by the May,rN whI
us the freedomi" of the C - b
-ere likewise heartily welcomed by
Our e nip-O'Neall--was located inl a
eatifill grove near tle dpot. Our
I pply of tents, en'ts, and n i -sary ap
oinltimlelts were a.in ', -ile otl
allant Captain Silas J. McCaughrm
id conrteous q(uartermn aster Belcher
id all that was possible to give us
aval time. Our table was well suP
lied with suustantial food and lux
Tiee following were the names of the
treets of our caip with their mottoes:
No. 1. Lover's Lane, "For Rattler!s
No. 2. Sing Sing. "Leave all hopes
iehind who enter here."
No. 3. Rye Street. W. C. T. 1'. Head
No. 4. Fifth Avenue. "Keel) offthe
-No. 5. Blue Blaze. "Shot GOuns and
No. 6. Hall Street. "Green Groceries
tnd G-ass Widows "
There were ten tents, the last was
:be cook's caboosc -Zoological Park
"This is the Cat."
Prof.Wms. Welch, of the Art Depart
alent in the University at Columbia,
who was at Saluda, joined us and had a
pleasant time. He lad gone to Saluda
to rest and begin the work of painting
the portraits of the Presidents of the
South Carolina College from its incep
tion, but thought he might afford to
embrace this exception-il opportunity
We left Newberry on Tuesday the
12th, and on Saturday the band came
up to enliven the camp and lend addi
tional interest to the parades, etc. It
atorded much pleasure to the citizens,
who came out daily to hear it. We
were under military discipline, having
tattoo, guard mount, dress parade,
reveille, etc. Our captain makes a
good commander. The guard-house
was not forgotten, but it is fair to say
that the boys only got there occasional
ly by forgetting the flight of time when
making a call. Many of them being
invited to dine and take tea with their
friends. Sometimes they would have
double guard duty.
We had a charmina reception and
dance at the Alpine House, given by
its courteous proprietor, W. J.Stradley,
complimentary to the boys. There were
several dances at the Fletcher House
to which we were cordially invited.
The candy pulling at camp afforded
genuine amusement to the boys and
young lady visitors. The Yarborough
House did a graceful thing in sending
our captain a lovely bouquet and each
member of the company a pretty V
tonnier. What,with walks an
and rides and drives, our ti;fr. Ilenet
away all too soon. oupport it, I JOL
We visited the ' . talk
the French Broad e tne passe
admirably arr,nttful men :
glish Settleale symptr-famed Valley
of Flat.,h the ce. where is located a
Mou,1..tu anged and thrifty Eu
ltuent. We also took view
If !ock, Pinnacle Rock, Glass
-ire- lOotain, Sugar Loaf, Lover's Lea
o"..d Mount Hebron. At the latter plac
*gorgeous sunset scenes are witnessec
-while the sun rises in all his glor3
SAs one looks out upon the congeries c
Slesser peaks and away to Mount Pisgal
the eye is charmed with the beamty an<
grandeur of the scene and the mini
inspired with feelings of awe and adc
ration because of the infinite power o
the Great Jehovahl
Drayton's Garden must not be for
gotten. It is a place of rare beauty witl
its wildering maze of lovely flower:
and shrubbery, and its terraces an<
walks. -'The water lily grows to per
fection in this section of the Land o
Perhaps the most notable incidentt
that occurred were the "Mother Hub
bard" parade and the visit of the youni
ladies to the camp. The parade "took'
-it afforded infinite amusement to the
"audience;" while the visits of hun
dreds of young ladies to the camp, and
who left thei autograph on the pagei
of our register, afforded us real and
lasting pleasure! We brought those
names home with us,-they are a fra
grant reminder of our -happy days at
We could not have been tre-.ted bet
ter. Our heartfelt thanks are due the
citizens for their kindness to us, and to
Mr. Paul Jonies, of the daily press, for
We were invited by the citizens to
remain a few days later to an enter
tainment thtey wished to get up for us,
but we had already stayed to the limit
of our time and were reluctantly com
pel led to decline this further generous
tender of hospitalities.
Thbe company left Newberry on the
morning of the 12th instaint, and after
twelve bright and beautiful dlays, brim
ful of pleasure, founud itself at home
again on thbe evening of the 23d. We
were met at the depot by Lieut. Harry
Blease and a squadl of men and were
escorted to the company rooms where
we hung our armis up for monuments
anid returned again to the duties of the
.day- WV. H. H.
Pimples on the Face
Denote an impure state of the bloodan d
are looked upon by many with suspi
eion. Aeker's Blood Elixir will re
motve all impurities and leave the corn
plexionl smooth and clear. There is
nothinitg that will so thoroughly build
up the constitution, purify and
strengthen the whole system. Sold
and guaranteed by Belcher, Houseal &
Drops, Weggs-like, Tnto Poetry.
"Softer thani sleep's are the Tonic's ca
Kinder than Love that betrays ando
Bither than'Springs when her flower
Shake forth sunlight and shine with
The musing p)oet, who has burnt his
midnighit oil until the over-taxed brain
beats feverishly against its bounds, has
found health in Dr. Westmoreland's
alisaya Tonic, and pays tribute to its
virtues. Well may he, for its formula
as in it ingredients that have allevia
ed human ailments since the world
was young. But the combination is
lew andl destined to revolutionize the
reat men t of niervous disorders, nmala
'al sy mptoms, liver complaints and de
-angedl digestive organs and chronic
'eadaches. It is for sale by Robertson
This remtedy is becoming so well known
.ndl so popular as to need no special men
on- All who have used Electric Bitters sing
he samte song of praise. A purer medicine
les not exist and it is guaraLnteed to do all
hat it claimned. Electrc Bitters will cure all
[useases of the Liver and Kidneys, will re,
nove Pimples, Uoils. Salt Rheum. and oilier
ietions caused by impure blood. will drive
lairia !romt the system andl prevent as wcHl
Scure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headi
ehe, Constipation and Indligestion try Elec
ric litters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed
r' mIoner refunded. Price 51. cts. and s1 per
'ttle at'Robertsnt &: Gilder's l>rug Stoie.
Is Cons umptiomn Incurable?~
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
ewark. Ark., says: "was down with Ab
ess of Lungs, and friendls and physicians
eonounced mc au Incurable Consumptive.
egan taking D)r. King's New Discovery for
onsunption, and am on my third bottle. andi
m ab'.e to oversee the work on my farm.
:is the finest medicine ever made.?
Jesso Middlewart. [Decatur. Ohio. says:
[ad it not been for Dr. King's New Discov
rs r Consum ptien I would have diedl or
ung oubles. Was given up by doct'ors.
mn nob- in best of health." Try i t, Samnple
r>ttles free at Robertson & Gilder's Drug
tore Large bottle *1.
Persons advanced in years feel~
ounger ard stronger, as well as freer
om the infirmities of age, by taking
is rs . i Hr al11, 1oi- 1114 -ll , and I
ther relativk--s h ;iv
Miss Sallie Wheeler, of Nwberry, is in
be guest o \ii;s Leila \\h(-(+-r "Mr n
evral daYs. Il
Miss MIary litlIer Pl'O., if Ne' w.erTy,
s spending a piXeisat .whie " 1
dIisses Minnie and Lula Moseley. t
Mrs. R. E. Brannan has returned
rom a pluisant vish ito iI i ll 14
I i t h v v
ovie t:11"i J.4 .i
Leesville, in bur Inid-t a4akin.
Mr. and 'Mrs. C. .Jeter. o ion, are d,
,isiting 'Mr. and -NIrs. .ijs. I i. Ilunte,r. y
Dr. A. F. Langfo,rd lias gone to
3Xeun Springs an ILiwr miountainl
summner resorts wN iitre ie expect to Ii
regail his usual lelth and vigor. W
Rev. J. T. Smith, ol Westndt, is
issisting his brother, iEv. 11. '1. Smit h,
In a protracted ineeting liere.
The first bale of new cotton in this
aarket was sold ( n the -Ist by Jacob
Bedenbaugh to We-sr. \heeler &
Moseley for 10 cents. Tii halt weighed %
591 pounds and was classed as mid- p
Mr. Frank E. Dreher, a rec 't gradu- I
ate of Newberry College, I been b
elected Principal tf Prosperit High
School, and Miss Mary Trayw -k. a r
graduate of the Columbia Female Col- -
lege, has been elected First Assistant t
Teacher. We bespeak a liberal and c
The condition of the cotton crop no'V
appears to be down to about 80 per cent.
We hope this is too low. Pickimg has
now commenced in earnest, and will
be pressed vigorously. The corn crop
is below what it was last .year.
Let every body turnout on next Fri
day and for once lay aside, all person
alities, piques and cliques and vote for
the man or men who are best equipped
with talent and brain for the posILIons
to which they aspire. This of all tini s
is no time to use weak men for strong
and powerful purposes. This. is no
time for common place men in high
positions. Give us tWe best in the land.
The interests of the whole county de
mand this, and if we do not comply to
these demands we are recreant to our
duty as true and loyal sons of New berry
Prosperity is rapidly becoming a
railroad centre. Ten passenger traims
daily. Bad on hotels and boarding
houses but good for commercial tourists.
The first primary is over and yet
every body is not happy and serene
In fact much more interest-real d
est-centers in the second -i.Would
.than the first. County .fy child a lil
county pride is nOw 5ne is very poor
people are-Uj.*Written with t,-.ir,
the iTew tlat she would l-spirit and
llo, an so I declined aroused and our
1u' ro ,. ----,j-xrmined to improv(
I- pportunity, and send one of Sew
-..rry's gifted son's to represent us in
. the national Congress.
5, Dances i. e., dancing parties are some
d thing a little unusual- in Prosperity,
however a real genuine dancing party,
of in which no ladies except those who
a were known as favorabie to dancing
I- were invited, came off last night above
s the store of Mr. G.A. Maffett. Quite
y a number of young ladies and gentle
p men from a distance were in atten
e dance. During the dance a young
,couple, who had met about ten days
.previous, agreed that they wouid
f marry and in a short time, about 11
,o'clock, Mr. John Nance and Miss
I Alma Sease proceeded to the Lutheran
I parsonage and were made man and
- wife. Th'leir ages are respectfully about
f 20Oand 16.
According to previous notice, the
-Survivors or Company "G." Thirteenth
ISouth Carolina .ttegiment Volunteers
met in Judge Hair's office on the morn
ing of the 26th. President J. B1. Fellers'
called the Association to order. The
roll was called and 33 veterans answer
ed to their names. The committee on
Iby-laws submitted their report which
-was adopted. President Fellers then
read a letter from Col. 1. H. Hunt, the
old Col. of the Regiment, in which lhe
expressed his great regret of being tun
able to meet with the "brave boys" he
had so oftgn led to victory. H e referred
in the most touching language to the
force marches, short rations, camp life
without shelter, men without shot s
and sufficient clothing, and of the
signal victories, and occasional reverses,
whlen they left :nany comrades, dead,
dying and bleeding on the gory fields.
President Fellers also read a feeling
letter from private Win. Jennings, in
which he aeplored his inability to be
with those whom he always recognized
as dear and beloved brothers united by
ties that could never be severed save by
death. The following committee of
arrangements for another year was then
made: L. S. Bowers, A. H. Miller, and
Geo. P. Griffin.
The survivors then pro:eeded to
Young's Grove, where they formed in
column and marched to tne speakers
stand with the old colors flying to the
breeze. At the stand Prest. Fellers de
livered the followning address:
Comnrades-Twencry-n ine years ago
to-day, we were called together under
quite different circumstances, from
tose under which we are called to-day.
Then the tocson of war had bet n
sounded, and on that day you left your
peaceful homes, fathers, mothers,
brothers, sisters, and sonic of you dear
wives, arid all your dear associations,
and gathered together at the depot at
Prosperity where you bid the final
adieu, and boarded t.he train mid
shouts arid martial music, for tire scat
of war. In response to your couintry's
call, you offered your service and your
lives oin your country's altar, in de
fence of her rights and sacred honor,
fully recognizing the -fact, that the
dark cloud of war hiad already eaust her
sombre gloom around our country arid
that you were going forth to mueet a
formidable enemy in deadly combat.
The parting with your dear arnd loved
ones was a bitter cup t-> drink, but you
drank it to the dregs. The tears from
your eyes trickled in, unison with the
tears from the eyes of those whom you(
were leaving while each grasp the other<
in a final adieu. The sequel of four j
years I can only revert to, during~
which time you endured the nmost
stringent handships arid privations I
that ever a civil war inflicteti on a civ- x
ilized people. The war wvhichi cause-d t
o many vacant seats at home, so many
empty pant-legs and coat-sleeves. Th~e
war in which you have seen your com
rades torn into atomis by ball arida
shell. But thanks to th12 Iluler of the
Universe you survived it all, andu
have survived thne ravages of time
for a quarter of a century, and
are here to-day bound by the
strongest ties of frienidship and S
brotherly love which none but they
who have passed through cain ever furlly
realize or appreciate. I feel sure that
these ties can only be severed by death.
Whie it is a source of great joy forthis1
A igream of arar. bakeing powder.
iget al in e .ein sgth.9
-bIr hte mllallv faniliar faves a-d
ne 0 at oc et aWwt-red to roll call
14) are now :hb&nt, wih> fell on gory
i whiit yl discharging their duty
the boom of Youth and ianbood
11 are t>w ileiy sl eepillg on) the
IIs of ttle We can now "nV .X
ur - ti heir .'ank
;\, thv LC;')V t
V '\!;I Mls~
s prev alii go m:ae a short Ad
WIl,iwh h:0 diti inl 'IoMvI-'. Hie
terred in oucinii I-muunge.to the
4*niv,* b. i. 4 andC etlranceL of
. n.ngn.W re -(,rryv'%we(-,i
>t ite a no1 e e 'h I ccouit of I
The whjo"c wl.'a a j'olu :1Ji Social
Ex-Cov Zhanberlain on His Trip.
-I left Charleston," lie sai(, "on
[o::ir1 ni--ht. at o'lok,.in coin
:iiy with Mr. WVard, general iuanager,
ad went directly to Newberry Court
[ouse, going fron Columbia to New
erry over the line of the Columbia,
,ewberry and Laurens Railroad. We
turned on Tuesday moning from
.ewbeervy to Columbia over the line of
ie new road. This road is in excellent
cndition for a new road, and has been
,ell built in all respects and will soon
e in smooth running ortler, with sta
ion houses, section master:s houses,
nd other structures sufficient for its
usiness. Its line from Columbia to
ewbrrry is nearly four miles shorter
han that of the Columbia and Green
lille, and front Columbia to Prosperity
t passes through a new and rich sec
ion of country. A considerable por
ion of this territory is heavily tim
)ered, and already lumber of all kinds
s shipped over the line. The Dutch
Fork is a very rich agricultural section,
ind will give the road a large amount
>f local business in agricultural supplies
md agricultural products. The bridge
)ver the Broad River is a noticeably
ine and substantial structure, and
iltogetber the new road has better pros
pects and a better present business than
[ had anticipated.-News and Courier.
Bad For Mipw Winnie Davis.
Syn' o:sflACURiit .Anjgust 21.-The
beautiflets to an alarming eYe -
Jamthe monthly drawing is published
a full length. showing the large amou
he dra A- t" --i
.Wilkinson 'oY^ew it
- w.'s Hill, the home of Alfred Wilkir
st- ,n, jr., the fiance of Miss Winni
Davis, was destroyed by fire to-day
occasioned by an explosion of benzin
used by laborers in cleaning the woot
work. Two laborers were fearfully in
jured by the explosion. Many valuabi
paintings and much of the furnitur(
was saved, but the house is a ruin
The loss is $--,000; insurance $10,500.
Governor Gordon has called a con
vention of the governlitors of the cottor
States to meet in Atlanta Septembei
10th to'consider the question to direct
trade with Liverpool and other mat
ters of interest to the cotton producing
Disease lies in ambush for the weak;
a feeble constitution is ill adapted to
encounter a malarious atmosphere and
sudden changes of temperature, and
the least robust are usually the easiest
victims. Dr. J1. H. McLean's Sarsapa
rilla will give tone, vitality and strength
to the entire body.
Pos'r OFFICE. NEwBERRY, S. C.
LIst of letters unclaimed and advertised
Ausgust 26,. i890.
Anthony, Mrs. WV. R.Glasko. Hlarris
Benson, 31rs. Katie Holloway, A. .. .
Blakey, 311s' vannie Johnson, G. Lafayette
Blocker, Joshuna 31iKell.Mrs. I. Jen kIns
Crutchifeld, F. G. -Miler, 'Rev.J. R."-:
Davenport, J. Pridgeon, L. W.
Persons callin. for the above letters will
please say that they were advertised.
R. AfooRMN, P. Af.
Many people habitually endure a
feeling of lassitude, because they think
they have to. If they take Dr. J1. H.
MecLean's Sarsaparilla this feeling of
weariness would give place to vigor and
The Wise Grammarian..-Teacher:
-"What -part of speech is but?'"
Michael:-4- 'But is a conjunc
Teacher:-Correct. Now give me
an example of its use..
Michael:-"See the g'at but the
boy. 'But connects the goat and the,
N - ENJOY~T
Both the method and results when
syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
md refreshing to the taste, and acts
~ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
em effectually, dispels colds, head
ches and fevers and cures habitual
onstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
niy remedy of its kind ever pro
uced, pleasing to the taste and ac
eptable to the stomach, prompt in
ts action and truly beneficial in its
ifects, prepared only from the most
ealthy and agreeable substances, its
aany excellent qualities commend it
o all and have made it the most
'opular remedly known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
nd $1 bottles by all leading drug
ists. Any reliable druggist who
ay not have it on hand will pro-1
ure it promptly for any one who r'
'ishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 1
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
SLO!SVILLE. KY. flEW YORK, N.Y E
COLUMBWA, S. C.,
the 'argest H-otel in the city, and has,
in; the past year, beeni thoroughly
novated, remodeled and refitted with
I miodern imJprovements.I
GENTBALLY LOGATED, I
d ofrers inducements for the accomi-'~
odlationi of its patroIns. Hi as spaIcious,
ht and airy Sanmple Roomts on first
or. H-ot and Coldi Baths, E-levator, .
(. nisinec i ndter sup(ervision of 4 Mrs.'
. . Post, late of Lookout Poinit Ho
. Lookout: 31ountaint, Tlenn.
The proplrietor hopes bIy strict atten. -
:n to the wantts of his patrons to
erit a share of patronage.
W. SEE(E RS, E. E. POST,
HAIR BALSAM $
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
.omotes a luxuziant growth. fi
Never Fans to Restor~ -B fti
SOOII TO BE Ct'ERTED ITO
THE HARD CASH
)N AND AFTER THIS DATE.
Will sell our entire Stock cf Goods in the store room under Hotel_'
erome, consisting of a choice st,)ck or
)RY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES
HATS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AT AND BELOW
NEW YORK COST.
NO HUMBUG, WE MEAN BUSINESS.
[o close out our fine stock of White Goods in checked, striped and plain,'
OUR RESS GOODS,
SHEETINGS, TABLE DAMASK,
TICKING, JEANS %..
And all goods in the Dry Goods line
AT NEW YORK COST.
Of ChUrch Money
For L.idios. Mees, Children, Men, Boys, Yout ~ ut*id of Utah.
andrd SAN FRAnciSCO, July 28.-To keep
..-.o bead of the family G from the United A
'"di fso have a funeral at his house Government the M
at unless there is the usual and necessary vested large lb endless varietie
nts amount of pomp and dil";, 1h'ill sizes, to be sold
ets did otherwia T
AT NEW YORK COST.
In all the lines common with
FINE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE UNLAUNDERED SHIRT
FANCY SHIRTS, FLANNEL SHIRTS, UNDER WEAR,
HALF HOSE, HANDKERCHIEFS. COLARS
CUFFS, NECK WEAR, STRA W HATS,
iLL TO BE SOLD. AIT EW YoRi J8T,
DON'T FORGET THE
FOR GREAT BARGAIDTS. -
58 Main St., Under Hotel Jerome, Columbia, S. .
- Cure Your Corns By Using
Abbott's East Indian"Corn Paint for
Corns, Bunions and Warts it is great.
AT C0O.UMBIA, S. C,
Call at Proctor Todd's for the Bailey (RADUATE COURSES. U.4
Bros'. Tobacco, 40cts. tf. ".der-graduatte course fordere..
3 literary and 6 scientific. Also sot
Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint and elective courses. Professonat-~
courses in Law, Pharmacy,Vtemr'
Is a quick cure -for Corns, Bunions Science, and Pedagogics. Nie
and Warts. equipped laboratories; foui'shops and
model rooms; new infirmary.
Tuition fee, $40) per session; other fees~
S$20 (including intirmary fee,coeig
naedical attendance, medicine,et.
-Table ~board, $10 to $12 per mon
cluding fuel, lights, wvashing, booke,
SOIlS~ ~J etc., about $180.
. nEWr Session opens first Tuesday in Oeto.
VI ' ber Entanceexaminations held: the
J~iiIliL'7I(4YJJ. M. McBRYDE, President.
TALBOTT & SOIUS,;i
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS, -
Are acknowledged to be the best ever
sold in this State. When you buy
one of t bem, you are satisfied
that you have made
Write for our prices.
At bottomfigures. -~ 1
V. C. BADH AM, Cen'I Agt.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Home Office and Factory,- Richmon
OPILY PERFECT FRTEHAN FTENTOS
0on SALE BY
D. B. W HEE L ER.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
'he Winship Gin and Condenser. G R ~ U
he Lummuins Gin and Condenser.~afrtcassintfcpeaain h
lals Self-Feeding Gin and Con- Irsl fD.Kn' niiglbr
.i .MARTIN, Agent, myb o nyateutdutlnal
TABLE S ME n i
sc afrtas eti,Indprepartion, he
troes, ofD. ientr.n Bladder, and1
r~Kedseases, llswn anFerr.De
(o'i--\L53\geetr, Pradlysis, PAsthm, onchs,Mqe
borgs, IstniaetCnuto, ashll bl Fec
ma bea cndtionlyf athenbloodI uilderl
TaBLESifro the m os,th pirlechrte.
feits a ini ur or nmrosdsess
teuc sRheuatism Inieo , he rt'~
tronble,ONeadahe.CLivr, der an
K,139. itjtla dne ieass Chosan eer a
and Sor.ain disA2 ease,Fml robe,ec
feeng ts nviora