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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two wi-eks, second and fourth
Sundays, at 11 a. in. Sunday-school Iu a. n.
WM. A. JULIAN, Pastor.
Office opens............. .......................... fi a m
Closes-one-half hour befure ti:e arrival of
trains per schedule, viz:
For Columbia...................... . , am
For Greenville aL.d ie We.st............ pi n
Office will remain open until........... . - ,
O pen..................................................... 7 ) p m
Close................................................ 7 : . y in
ARRIVAL AND IAI'AIlTUI'E OF S.TAR 1a.UVT%
NEWRERRY AND UTOPIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p i
Arrive Monday and Thursday............. !p m1
NEWBERRY AND WHITMIRE's.
Leave Tuesday and Friday.................. 3 p in
Arrive Tuesday and Friday .................. 1: 11
LAURENS AND NEWBERRY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... I p n
Ar. Tuesday, Thuisday and Saturday... 1 in
Rt. MooMiAN, P. M.
Cooper Pianos and Packard Organs.
I will sell the above direct from the
factory. They are first-class in every
particular and have improvements that
no others possess. Needs only to be
seen and tried to be appreiated. Write
me for terms and prices before buying
elsewhere. L. A. HAWKINs,
Newberry, S. C.
One Complete Amateur Photograph
Outfit for sale at half cost. Apply or
address New York Racket Store, New
berry, S. C., for further information. ti
Fruits of all kinds arriving daily at
The Jalapa Church.
The Lutheran congregation at Jalapa
will be organized next Sunday morn
ing by Rev. W. C. Sehaeffe.r. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public.
At Cost! At Cost!
Floyd & Purcell will dissolve partner
ship on Ist January, 1S91. They are
selling out at New York cost. tf
Finest New Crop Layer Figs at
The Newberry cotton market as
quoted yesterday by 0. MeR. Holu.es
Good Middling 9
Middling 8- to 82.
Low Middling S to S.
Good Ordinary 7-.
Receipts for week ending yesterday,
586; total receipts since September 1st,
Floyd & Purcell are selling out at
New York cost. Come and be cou
The public schools will open the 24th
Miss Mary Boyd will teach the
school at Garmauv Academy.
Miss Kittie Joues will teach at Beth
el Academy in No. 2 Township.
Miss Lizzie Gritin will likely teach
the school at Galitan Academy.
Miss Bessie Wbeeler is teaching at
Kinards, the school having opened two
cr three weeks ago.
Loolc to Your Interests.
It will pay every one w~ho is in search
of pretty goods to call at Pelham's Drug
Store and examine his immense stock
You will find the latest novelties;'the
choicest selection in style and attrac
tiveness. Beautiful Vases; Dainty
Cups and Saucers ; Elegant Parlor and
Hanging Lamps ; Fine Colognes and
Perfumes ; Fragrant Toilet Soaps ; and
a host of things like Japane-se Tea Pots,
. and Creams Cracker Jars, Water
ove and Handkerchief Boxes,
&c, an - which make both suitable
Wedding ot irthiday Preseuts.Wall
at Pelhamn's. , - t f.
If you want goods at - - York cost
go to Floyd and Purcell. , t f
The negro boy, Lige Sarndley, who
was convicted onl Monday of breaking'
into Mir. Win. Wvendt's house, did not \
have much breathing space between
the act and the begin niag of his punl
ishment. The house was broken in on
November 1. The wvarrant was issued
for his arrest on November 5, b~y J1us
tice Girardeau. He was arrested onI
the 6th. Tried, found guilty and sen
tenced on the 10th, and taken to the1
penitentiary on the 11th. Quick work.
Sauer Kraut, 10 cents a quart at Proc
tor Todd's. - . t
Off to t'e Fair.
All the regular and excusion trains
ou the C. & U. and C. N. & L. railroads
have been crowded si ncec Monday with
visitors to the Statte Fair.
A special excursion train is run every
(day on the C. & U. road starting at
-. Hodges. It is due at Newberry a! d:35
in the morning aed returning is duie at
Newberey at S:30) p. mI.
The trains on both roads wi;ll not
leave Columbia to-night (Thu rsdayv
until about ten o'clock so os to give
visitors an opportunity to see the lire
A g.:reat mlanv niegroes have been on
all the trains.
At Newberre thle C. &~ G. r.ad had
sold 4S86 excursion tickets up to and in
cluding~ the sales on Wednsday- morn
ing. The C. N. & L. roadl had soild for
the same time 150i, maIking a tota! at
New berer of e;a tickets.
Catarrht Can't be( Curedl
with LOCAL APPiLICATIONS, as
they cann'ot reachi the seat of the dis
ease. Catarch is a blood or conistitui
tional disease, and( in order to cure it
you have to take internal remedies.
Hall's (Catarrah cuire is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood arnd
mucous surfaces. H-all's Catarrh Ca re
is no -juack mteicine. It was re
scribied by one of the best phylsicians
iln this country for- years, and. is a regnl
lar p)rescription. It Iis composed of the
best tonics KnownI, combtined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly (on
the mucous surfaces. The~ perfect coml
bination of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in
curing catarrh. Send for testimioniials
F. J. CH EN EY & CO.. Props.,
Sojld by draggi5ts. p)rice .->c.
W~e have just openedI a very
hlandsome linle of Lanps of al
kiiods wich we *opose to sell at
very low figures. It will pay you
to exmnhine our Stock before ba:l
sidIer it any troule to. sho0w our
A (f,iJ. K iIl*l.
An.thr..h......d b then2 o
A BIG LO
VARIOUS AND ALL AlOUT.
Th cut1jurors:tnd attoneyseii all
,-o tO, iZ !Iv ., c lVzir, hi, wvvk:
The Li(4-slatlurv mccts ncxt Tucsltv
Rev. Dr. .1. B. Fox wtti pre.wh in
hle Lutherain chur11ch next .1onh11d
There has been siome fine weatier for
,ather;ig cotton the past week or two.
The officers of court aiverise some
valuable lands for sale.
)r. 0. B. Mayer. Jr., o.ers his house
aind lot in Helena for sale.
A valuable house and lot in the town
>f Newberrv on the corner of Caldwell
md Doundary streets is ol-ered for
A new Lutheran church wis dedi
"ated at O'Neall inl this county last
-;unday. The sernion was preached
by Rev. Dr. Holland. There was a
large congregation present.
The Graded School will.suspend ex
?rcises to-day, Thursday, so as to give
ill the pupils an opp)rtunity to attend
the State Fair.
Beth Eden Alliance will meet on
zaturday evening at 2 o'clock. Every
member requested to be present.
Mr. Henry C. Hoof has bought the
ilrardeau house and lot on Vincent
street, now occupied by Capt. (. W.
Bishop. The price paid was $1,00.
In the Lutheran Church next Sun
Jay night 1:ev. W. C. Schaeffer will
reach on "iaul's Progress." the third
;ermon on 'Scenes in the Life of Paul."
A cordial itvitation is extended to the
According to a Washington cores
:)ondent there are eight persons in
\ewberry County who receive pensions
com the Federal government aid 5t3
ii South Carolina.
The following are the delegates ap
pointed by Gov. Richardson to attend
the Southern Inter State Iunigration
C'onvenition which will be held in
ksheville, N. C., early in December:
ohn C. Wilson, R. L. -MeCaughrin,
\ilt,on A. Carlisle, Alan Johnstone.
Floyd & Parcell have thrown there
vhole Stock of Goods on the market at
New York cost. tf
Blue Bells. - -
A new and elegant perfutne.
For sale by
BELCHEt, HOUSEAL & KHLER.
Mfiss Julia Speck has returned from
t visit to relatives in Yorkville.
Irs. H. H. Beard, of Yorkville, ison
m visit to her father Capt. Juno. F.
Mrrs. D)r. Perry, of Augusta, Ga., is
m a visit to her father M1r. J. D. S.
Miiss Eli::a Holmes has returned to
der home in Wilmiington,-N. C.
Miiss Lizzie Glenn has returned from
Svisit to friends in Laurenis, S. C.
Miss Lenore Broaddus left. last Sat
rday for Baltimore to attend the Bal
.imore Institute of Art.
Mrs. Lockwood nce Miss Lulakiiller,
low of Detroit, MIIch., but formerly of
harleston, S. C., is on a visit to her
runit Mrs. S. N. Evans. MIrs. Lock
,ood visited Newberry a few years ago
old has many friends here who are
;lad to welcome her back.
Fresh Currants, Prunes, Nuts, Cocoa
mlts, &c., at Minmosh's.
Syrup of Figs,
l\<lduced from the laxative and
utrittious juice of California figs, comn
ined \wvithi the medicinal virtues of
dants -nown to be most beneficial to
le humnin system, acts gently, on the
idneys, liver and bowels, effecually
leansing the system. dispelling colds
und headaches, and curing habitual
onsti pat ion.
We have a few pieces of fine Black
'ashmwere which we are selling at cost.
tf -. F'iovn & Pcntt.
Helena Heraldings. and News Notes'.
Rev. Mr. Bowers is now "at home,"
Irs. Bowers and1 the chiilren ;having
-eently arrived from Virginin.
Prof. WVms. Welch, late of Columbia,
vas at homne for a few (lays !ast week
,revious to his departure for Washing
on, where he will take position in the
[atent Ollice, in the department of
The hot sulpper last Fridlay night was
.'rv nice. The sumi realized was about
%25. The supper was gotten up to pay
1 back-rent debt on the school building.
A bright little girl has a pretty little
4iolin, which she will try to play. The
uistrumnent is handsome and costly.
We learn that a doctor recetly pre
scribed "3-e" pills to a patient.
A colored man anid his three chil
iren make three dollars daily picking
The Nellie Bly is not becoming to
very giri. How long will it survive?
The contest bet weeni Achilles and
Xtamemnon is over, and the victor
hould be. as he no doubt intend(s to he.
uagnanimous. The State andl( Na
.ional Demorcracv will survive and
iros)per;~ now thatt thie Republ ie ns
iave rebuked their wil and cxtrava
ant leaders and voted for honest decm
We were told some time ag.o that
ive of the girls of the village were to
ved. We have learned later there are
The paist tenl days have b)een2 beauti
ul indeed, with their sott andi dreamy
tndian Summnrer twilight: but the dull
id dIreary November may' shortly dis
nel the beautiful tin ts and tones2 of the
)etob.er daymxs that remain with uis.
Mr. Th'omas Cromer has just tinished(
it stylih '-roomI co: tage' for Mr. WV. P.
[.omini1e about t u2 miles fromn thle
llae,e 01n the Buncomb2ie road. and: is
ha u t to beg~!in the erection of a1 Luith
ran churchl at Little mfount1ain. Its
ime''nsions~ will be :15x5-, heiTht of
tory 1(; feet. It will have a stele S
et squ:are ait tihe b'ase. anid to) the top1
f sp;re tihe steele will be 55 feet high.
Nt is oLif ot Lvnl
No ifyo o thirouzh thle werbl a
venie. Acker's Dy)s-pepsia'iTaiulets
re ai pos-iiv cur'' f.r tIhe wcorst formis
>f Dy )spepsi:t, I mii~ 2st 4inn, Flatuilecyc
2:(iU o!tptol urElt n
Ii)told h ' eib, Ho,1 il & Kih4ler~4.C5
Wi Il C :n:ri D .2 . 1 u )c
int l'eers i.'.ruption, anBd Prne
T OF GOODS
liS1il . G )(oo<ls in
to 388 DUA StooK
The Court (1 General Ses:ions was
0cnveI in Newbrry mi Monday,
JNV allace presidiEng.
Tlel .1 Udege made no special charge to
lie grand jury. Solicitor SVIbumpert
handted out what bills lie had which
were promnptly returned and by the
dinner recess all the cases had been
completed and the petit jurors were
dischar-ed. The court thii took a re
cess until 4 o'clock to receive the pre
sentment of the grand jury. As soon
as this was d]one aind the -eneral and
spteial orders by t he Solicitor were pass
co, the Sessions Court was adijourned.
This beats the record in Newbvrry.
We are glad IL is so. Four cases VWre
tried and the defendants in all the
causes were convicted. There were
two indictments against Dave Moor
man-one for carrying a concealed
weapon, and one for resisting an offi
cer. He was convicted in both. In the
first the sentence was three months in
the penitentiary or pay a fine of thirty
dollars. In the other he was sentenced
to the peitentiary for fiveyears.
Lize Sondley was convicted of break
ing and entering a dwelling house with
intent to steal. Ile was sentenced to
tli penitentiary for one year.
Walter Wicker was convicted of ma
licious trespass to real property and not
answering when called, being on bond,
the judge left a scaled sentence for
The Banks cases were settled, the
bondsmen paying the costs. Some one
or two other cases were nol prossed, the
defendants paying the costs. The pre
sentment of the grand jury is given be
COST OF COURT.
The following will give approxi
mately the cost of this week's court to
the tax payers:
Grand Jurors........................... 34.25
W itnesses (about)..................... 20.00
Constables (about)..................... 1(.00
The two prisoiners were taken to the
penitentiary on Tuesday.
The Common Pleas Court will con
vene on next Monday.
PRESENTMENT OF GRAND JURY.
To his Honor W. II. Wallace, Judge pre
siding: We would miost respectfully present
the following a. our report:
We have acLted upon and returned all bills
handed us by the honorable Solicitor. save
one. wherein~the prosecuting witnesses were
We deem it our duty to again call attention
to the fact that the law requiring the proper
working of the public roads is not properly
e%ecuted; in fact. it is almost,entirely iieg
lected. Uut, of justice to those who attempt
to do their duly, we ask that all negl'gent
partics, both IcOunty Commissioners and
road overseers, be held toj account for said
Tiie law requiring the cleaning of running
streams, by ttie renmoval of raft,s andii other
obstructions, is nicuchi neglected. Special at
ten tion was called at the last terri of Court
to the sou th fork of Scott?s creek, .tt is vet
We would call his Honor the Judge's atten
!Otio ic e fact hiat the po id of stagnant
wvaler at Pool's bickyartd, just5 beyonid the
incorporate himits of New be:'y, is a nuisance
ofrt r'portedl, but yet uicabat.etd.
At ouir July termn of Court we reported
b)rcidge lunche-o''dered Icy lice c'ounty ('onm
mnissionlers thrown down in expcosed places
andic unused. We are again assuced that, said
lunciber has ciot been used, acid that recenctly
she grea,cr p)ortiocn of '.has been carried
ott or swept away by the streanms.
We again recommend ttiat true necessary
rep>airs be made upcon the jail-yardi tence, the
well. the kitchen and the jail roof and win
Tlie Courahouse roof is reported as leak ing,
and soicne repairs aire nlee(led upon the iront I,
to whielh we call the attention of the Court
The Grand Jury calls attent ion to ain a:rgra
vaited caise of long smtting, in the lower part
cof the coutcity, of basma:dy. A ease aiginst
the parties was repo:1,ed at the last Court, but
ini tce accsemnce of an imporw.nct witnless, tuie
case lay over'. Tue witi-ess has not yet beii
biroug'iit befcore vs.
'The lciatter oIf tranii'er' assessen'5l'1. of
proipe iy frocin No.1I Townishiip toother town-'
sni ps to avccid te cailcroadt tax was repccrted
ait .tie last Co .rt aclcal the presiding judge had
thce . unity Auditor served with a notice of
the sarue. '"he Au<ior, ccn advice, mackes cno
repo-t.mciid by instructionl of presiding Judge
n . H. waliae", tile Gr'and Jury t>'gs tile So
lieitorc to take the proper legal procceeedings.
Rt. T. C. Hunter. Forecian, W. D). Uhalfacre.
F". N. Dawkinas, T. N. Boozer. J. T. DUcicacn.
Rt. Y. Leav'en, .i. D). Nanice. R. D). Smith, TI. IR.
Workmcan, C. K. Bake.', C. A. Bowmian, J. M
Caicmes,. Jr., D. J. Hen Lz. C. B. Bishop.
Expenses of the County.
At the meeting of the County Coin
mnissioners last week the estimated ex
penses of the county for ordinary pur
poses was made. Upon the basis of
this estimat.e thbe County Commission
ers have recommtlendced. to the Legisla
ture a levy of 3.'. mills to meet the same.
The following sho vs the items of ex
pense included in this estimate and it
may be of interest to our readers:
For County Auditor........... S 400
"(Conuty Cowmmissionlers anti
Clerk's Salaries...... 800
" " Board of Etlualiza
"Jury, WXitness and Constable
Tickets .................... 4,000
"(Clerk of Court.................5t.->0
"Trial J ustices.................. 1,000
"Poor H Ituse atnd P'oor........ 1,00()
" epatirs on Roads & Bridcges ,0
" "Public Buildinigs 1,0400
"Books, Stationery & Prinltingt 4(00
"(Conuingenit Expens~es...... 00
100,000 bushels Cot
ton Seed at the Oil Mill.
Highest cash price paid.
L. W. FLOYD,
if M'ce'y. Treas. an:l Mana;r~er.
smith & W~earn.
The new advertisement ill this issue
shows that this enterprising firm hav'e
a lile stock of clothiing for sale at the
lowest prices. They mean what they
advertise, anld invite an itispectioln of
their good s. Besides clothing, they
also have a nice line of gents' furnish
i:::ss, hiats, shoes, ail the celebrated
Zeigler Brocs.' shoes for ladies. wvhich
ihave no superior for dIurability acid
Set'ved every day at<dones'
H~es/auran. Meals fur
nishied at any 1tour 'on short
The c'trrsctit ;ion lroml lonig. iccngerin: and
v:infcl sines, to r'obu:t lc'cilt h m..crks an
--pchi ini tihe ic-althc ' Ibe inmiidualccl. Sneci
ai remarcka- eI ,. ut cit i reasuredi in tile memcc
cr d i the : WIeci r' by thek giood health
hca' been :c ri nd ic c.ratefellly bless.ed. 1 tence
i, ci- t e-0 mchlccl iS i hear. inip' PE:i'e of lect rie
iii ter-. c*o many:1 fel t'icy ow,' their re'sto
rati>n tohen .c to the uise of the~ Grce:ct Al.
tenattre T"ouie. Ift youc are~ trocibc"d with any'
ie:eof Kidi ey.s.h.ver' or -: cicneh. ca o 10,
or abcrt st-' .t vonc will sucrely unnd relief
by c 'e o Eecif Bitte*rs, So;dicat 5Cr. $1
per bottle at lIobetson & Glldet's Drug
TO BE SOL]
aq[ PRiCO. R P1
The State and County Election.
The result tf the election in this
coulty for tate ntuUld Aicunty ollieer. is
given belowv. We give tihe total vote
for each candidate. There were, :4t one
or two precinets a few scattering vot;s.
Tihe co)nstitutioial amienldmenvit to) abo
ish that section i)f the eistitution
which provides for the election of
Boani of C(oulty Ciimmissi"ners was
defeated by a miaJorny of 24.. Tht
vote ()uI this question was very S1o1i.
The following is tihe vote fir the di feir
ent otlices. lhle Boar1-d of(1 0111t.v ( an
vassers has niot Yet Coimpieted its
work, but these th;ures will be fouii
11. . Tillm an .............................. 1694
A . C. H askell............................. 344
Tillman's majority.............. 1:5u
1.:1 -1ENANT GOVERNOt.
E . 1. G ary...... .......................... 1699
W . D. Johnsou .......................... 343
(ary's majority........ ...... ..... 1356
SECRETA RY OF STATEi.
.1. E. Tindal....... ........................ 1719
Edwin Harper........................... 154
Tindal's iajority ...... ........... 1
ATToR.N E ;ENEtA L.
Y . J. Pope................................... 1722
Joseh W. Barlwell................... 152
Pope's majority..................... 1570
W . T. C. Bates............................. 1718
W . A. Aucrum ........ ................. 156
Bates' majority..................... 1562
V. H. Ellerbe........................... 1718
Edimund Bacon........ ................. 152
Ellerbe's majority ...........:...... 1566
SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.
W . D. M ayfield........................... 1714
E. B. Ragsdale............................ 157
Mayfield's majority............... 1559
ADJCTA.NT AND INSPECTOR GENERAL.
H ugh L. Farley........................... 1719
R. N. Rich bourg........................... 157
Farley's majority................... 1562
Joseph L. K eitt........................... 1717
Johnt W. Scott........................... 1728
C. L . Blease................................. 1721
V. 1). H ardy.............................. 1716
J. B. Fellers....................... 1742
SCH OOL CO3DMISSIONER.
Arthur Kibler..................... 1742
COUN L'Y COM1.31SSIONE RS.
J. WV. Smith...................... 1741
J.H. Smith......................... 1740
J. J. Kiuard....................... 1739
CONSTIT UTIONA L AM3ENDMENT.
No's majority.................. 248
The Congressional Election.
The County Board of Cauvassers met
ou Tuesday and canvassed the returns
of the managers for the Cougressional
election in this county. The Herald
and News published last wveek as full
returns as it was possible to obtain at
that time. We give this week the vote
for Congress by preciticts as tabulated
by the Coututy Board. Mr. WV. F.
Ewart carried the returus to'Columibia
May binton ..............2
toal...... 3191 ...
Joti ston's mjoriy inthe-o) nt
Wtion.................... 5s god.Hese
indocatie'suajeriey all ohe uthe
cutytE. praopntiv defto., al
oopoistteriy wit.,hv take the
form,t eotc.,d alreadyic antciatre
dtion i the price ofhi goods. aHe rs-e
moriyolie toutery with lare, i re
newed activity and enterprise, and a
consequent greater demand for goods.
To end right is begin right. Hence he
places himself on recoi'd in an all-round
reduction in the p)rices of his large and
superb stock of goods.
Thle finest Cheese on the market at
Their Busines Boina.
Probably no one tiling has caused ielic a
g~enra rival of trtie at Rtoiert.soni &
ii'dler's Dlrug store as~ their givlrng away to
thi ei cutomiers ot so inany tree trial botiles
o1 i)r. King's NeLw ifiscvery f or Coiniumpin
TLheir tr:ule i's siumply enourinious in this vetl y
vatlable article I romn the tact thait it alwave~
eureis andI never dtisappoiints. Goughis. Cozii..
Astlhmza, iro,tchitis, Groupi. awiil ail throat andi
lung diseases (luiickly curm-d. 3 on can test it
befoie lbutying by getting a trial bottle lree
'irge size #1j. Every bottle Warraulced. -
A sore leg, the flesh a mass of disease,
yet P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root
and Potassium h) achieved wonderful re
suits, tile flesh was p)urilied and the
gone got sound, and my health was
established, says Mr. James Masters,
of Savannah, Ga.
P'imples on the Facet
Decnote an1 impulre state of the bloodand
are looked upoin by many with suspi
cion. Atker's Blood Elixir will re
move all i mipurities and leave the comn
plexion smiooth and clear. There is
nothingr that will so thoroughly build
up the consLtiti, p)urify and
strngtouthle whlole system. bold
anti gtuaraniteed byv Belcher, Houseal &
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
D AT SHOR
at Lowest Pos
8asu8o to Show I
Mrs. Martin, wlfe of MrR. Noah Mar
til, died on the -th instant.
About 2 o'clock ibis afternoon Jea
Ethel, the bright. little daughter of Mr
and Mrs. L. C. Moore, passed awal
: fter a week's illness. She was oni1
live years old and her parents have tl
syilpathy of the community. Thi
lutieral services will be held from thi
"esidence to-ilorrow afternoon at
i'.lock.Coluibia Evening RZecord
POST OFmeF,.:, NEwIt:nIY. S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and Advertize<
Novei1er 12, I:,W.
Persons calling for the above letters wil
ple:ise say tart t ley were advertised.
It. MoOa AN. P. M.
Arnioid., J 11 Mitell.-11Jamles
Bell1.6y. Stepp  Patton. Mrs C A
Brryv. 3Mrs Lizzie Smith. Hleniry
Claton. L B sankders. Bethv
C'olemlanl,.Jefrenlonl Sm10th1, Jacob'
I)ums, Jeha Spearian, Mrs N M
llon ell. John J T:dwell, 3hs Ida
Hollie, w B Wilson. Drayton
Jack.>n, Mack vest, Rev J A
wilson, W F
There would be far less complaiul
against the whiskey business it peoph
who drinu. would demand a fine whis
key, of a standard brand, and accep1
no other. There are many straight anc
well matured whiskies on the market
but no other stands so high with th
medical fraternity, and with connois
seurs, as the celebrated . W. HARPEI
WHISKEY, of Nelson County, Ken.
The genuine I. W. HARPER is so'C
Lnly by THOS. Q. BOOZER,
Newberry, S. C.
A Scientific Wonder.
Science supplies us with wonders un
accounted. Mlle. Janotha once playec
a presto by Mendelssohn, rendering
3,595, notes in four minutes. It is es
timated that each note involved thre(
distinct movements-seventy-two pei
second. There were four distinct quali
ties for each movement; so it is fair t(
say that there were not less than tw(
hundred transmissions to and from th(
brain outward and inward every see
ond. Science in another field has fur
nished C-Mse for wonder. Medical re.
search have by bringing together fron:
tbe antipodes and blending with loca
herbs, given to the world a nhedicin
that, while not a panacea, for "all ill
that flest is heir to," is potent in arrest
ing and eradicating those most general
Dr. lWestmo.eland's Calisaya Toui<
has been found the peer of all prepara
tions in coping with malarial troubles
For general debility, for enervatiol
and chronic loss of appetite, headach(
and dyspepsia, no medicine is its equal
It can be had from Robertson & Gilder
A pleasant and certain cur<
for D)iarihoa, Dysentel y, Chol
are Morbus and all affections o:
the Stomach and Bowels.
Prepared and sold at
ROBER TSON & GILDER''S
Corner Drug Stor
-Buckien's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rtheum, Fever Sores, Tet
ter, chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns an<
all Skin Fruptions, and positively cure
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed t<
give perfect satisfaction, or money refunde<
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Rtobert
son & Gilder.
Needing a tonic, or children who want build
mg~ up. should take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indl
gestion, Biliousness and L.iver Complaints.
House and Lot for Sale.
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
Lcry on Saleday in December, (is1
day), my house and lot in Helena, con
taining one-half acre, situated on the
public road leading irom Newberry
Terms cash. 0. B. MAYER, Jr.
Card of Thanks.
I DESIRE TO' RETURN MY SIN
cere and heartfelt thanks to thos<
kind friends who came on last Thurs,
day and sent hands to pick cotton foi
mec. And also to those who so kindl3
nursed and sympathized with my bus
band dluring his last illness. May the
rich blessings of a kind heavenly
Father rest upon themi and theirs it
their hours of sorrow.
MAGGIE C. RIDE L HUBER.
O VERSEERSOF PUBLIC ROADS
are directed to have the samt
wvorked at once, and to make their re
turns as the law requires.
By order of the Board of County
GEO. B. CROMER, Clerk.
Clense an beutiiesthe hair.
~-.eve a1s o etoeGray
cures cal d i ases & hair. h.g.
Lo, reria G.inker asic Ecur.theix, c.h
Paintiff.Deblis. Lula e tJones etan , Tae D ie-Ut
Nfendants.m ur fr ors
LLAT OFSOTH CHOLING
cnlaim gais hs. Grenekrsxcui,&c
ker, deceased, are hereby notified t<
p)resent their claims, duly attested, t<
the undersigned on or before the 20t1
lay of Novemblier, 1S890. And notice i
hereby given thaf, all creditors of the
said deceased are enljoinled and re
Atrained from prosecut.ing their claim
excep)t in this suit.
aG J. B FE LLERS, J. P. N. C.
Ne wberry, S. C.. Oct. 22n d. 1890.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
A Minister's Cure.
A ,1 i'ER ASIr HIS L(TrLE BOY. CURED OF
I oRl.-,TN.,'TE SKIN ISE-:A5ES ]IY Ti- CUT!
. IUA RE.I'DiF. Pi:AiSEs TiE IN THE
PCi.'T, 11031E AND IN rjiE sTRjEr.
For abvit thirteen lar-s I have been trwubled
with eezenia or sorne euttaneous disease which0
:ll reinedie. failed to cure. Hearing of the CUTl
e1-RA REr IEi. I resolved to g:ve thein a trial.
I followe Iilie directions carefullv, and it affords
rnic i11iehl 0eastre to say thn. ,efre %%.igtwo
bo::es f tie CUTICURA. four enkes of C'Li ;crtA
SOAP. Mid Onle bottle ef C(-rIct-IA 1. a-o.v.-r. I
wis entirety eured lin adlitioln to my own case,
liy babv boy. then about five imlonithisold. was
sufTering with what I suipposed to be the salme
disoase as mine. to such ai . xtent that his heed
was voated over with a solid seab. froin which
I there was a coiistant flow of pus which was sick
ing to look itui besidtes two hirge tinmor-like
kernels on the back of his head. Thanks to vour
wonderful (rbrICRA ICE3Ft n:Es. his seup is'per
fectiy well.and the kernels have been scattered so
that there is only one little place by his left e:.,
and that is healing nicely. Instead ofa coating of
tcabs he has a tine coet of hair. much better than
that which was destroyed by the disease. I would
that the -whole world of siirerers f:'orn -kin and
blood dliseat.-es kn-v the value of your C0-1ICrRA
RE3EDIEs as I do. They are worth ten times the
price at which they are sold. I have never used
any other toilet soap in my house since I bought
the first eake of yoizr CUTrcURA SOAP. I would
be inhunan, as well as ungrateful. should I fail
to speak wel, of and recoinend them to eve ry
sufferer. I have spoken of then and shall con
initie to pewak of then from the pulpit, in the
homes, anl in the streets. Praying that you may
ve long. di 14o others the saIeaioniit of good
you have done Ie ait Imly child, I remnatin yours
(REv.( t. M. MANNING, Box 28, Acworth, Ga,
A-e in truth the greatest skin cures, blood
purifiers, and hum r renedies of modein
dines. Sold everywhere. Price. (71UTICURA,50C.
SoAP. 25c. RFSoLv1,Nr, $1. Prepared by the
PdrER iDRfUG ANi) CHE3MICAL CORPORATION,
";'Send for" T!ow to Cure Skin Diseases."
64 pages, 3) illustrations and 1o0 testimonials.
PIMPLF.S. blackhcads,red, rough. chapped
and oily skin cured by CUTICURAbo'AP.
OLD FOLKS' PAINS
Fill of comfort for all Pains, Jnflam
lation, and weakiiess of the Aged is
the 4*uticura Anti-Pain Plas
ter, the first and only pain-killing
strengthening plaster. -New, instamalineous and
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the- sys
tem efectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have- made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNMA FIG SYRUP CO.
S AN FR ANCISCO, CA L,
LOUISVILL.E, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
TO RIIT OR IM&~
GOOD TWO OR FOUR HORSE
Afarm on Cloud's Creek, six or
seven miles north of' Batesburg. For
any further information apply to the
undersigned at Ridge Spring, S. C.
D. W. PA DGETT.
10 9( ACRES OF' LAND ABOU
4 -three miles fromu the Town of
Newberry, known as part, of the old
Miller tract, well situated on the waters
of Busht River, will be sold at once at
a sacrifice. Tlatratct conitainlS 2S acres
of good bottom land and -18 acres in
pine forest, and the balance in line con
dition ft)r cultivation, and is a most
desirable farmx. There are~ two tenant
houses and-a barn on1 the place. Good
terms will be given to the purchatser.
For further informattion,, apply at
The H-ferald and News olie.
--them, one in every
- Conty r Twn fur
ni.lhed~ reliable per
- - -sons ueither sex) who
will promise to Show
It. ICRDE MUSC BO
"r- . - r wYork city.
SIeton lie Bierald atnd News when you
fCeansesnd beauties the hair.j
-Prorni:es a luxiuri: growthm.
evrFisto Bestore Gray
Hair to its Youthfut Color.
Cures sca p diseases & hairfl:g
LI Parker's Ginger Tonic. It cures the worst Cough,
w~eak Lun:ts, Deobility, Indigestion, Pain, Take iin in:e. ZOcts.
HND ER COR NS.. The oniy sure enre for Corns.
S.- aapan .asrug:,or Col & Co)., N. Y.
;NESS & HEAD NOISES CUREDay
Iok'NvIsIBLE TUBULAR EAR
CUSHIONS.~Whispers heard. Coin
eal, 813 fir'dway, New York Writs eerbo of pr,ofsFE.
GR AT EFUL--COMFORTING
E PPS'S COCO A
"By a thorough knowb:dge of the natuml~
laws which govern the operations of dige
tiont anid nutrition, and by a careful applica
tion of the rine p)ropertie of wetll-Selected]
Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our break fst
tables~ with a delicately rlavoutred beverage
which may save us many heavy doctors
bills. It is by the .judicious use (4' such arti
ele-sof dlio. that, a cos-ttui >n my be grad(
uatlly built up until -irmc i nouh 1to resi--t
e'.erv tendi-ec to disea.seo. Il antred-. of sub
I le rii,ddies atre lIn iii ting t aroun tus ready to
attack whe,rever thiere la .t weak point. We
mayt escape mny a fatal shaft byv keeping
outrsolves wtell fortiled with pure blood ant
a prop'rIy nounrished fiame."--Civil Servic.
Gaze-tIt. Made simply with ho4llig water
or miilk. Sold ouly if half- >ound ~tins, by
(,rocers, Ilabelled thus: .JAtES EKPPM
& C(., Homa.epathic Chemists, London
I AM NOW RECEIVING TEE
LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES
EVER OFFERED IN NEWBERRY.
IN SOLID GOLD,
CASES, OF ALL STYLES,
HUNTING AND OPEN FACE, FOR
LADIES MEN AND BOYS.
And if you cannot come in person,
Watches sent C. 0. D. to any part
of the country, with privilege of ex
amination before paying for them,
when 50 cents accompanies the order,
which will be deducted from the bill.
State the anionnt you wish to pay for
a Watch, as I can furnish them at any
price, from the cheapest made up to
TNITHIS LINE I KEEP A LARGE
AND ROLLED P1 ATE
IN RINGS, PINS, EAR-DROPS,
BRACELETS, SCARF PINS,
STUDDS, IN SETS AND
SINGLE, GENTS' VEST
QUEEN AND FOB CHAINS,
CHARMS, LOCKETS, GOLD
AND SILVER THIMBLES,
CUfFS AND COLLAR
DID I HEAR Y.OU SAY ? WELL,
I have them now-and don't you
from the cheapest Nickel Alarm Clock
up. I have a nice line and at prices
never before sold at in this market,
Why buy a clock from a peddler and
pay him two or three times as much as
I sell them? Save your hard-earned
dollars by buying from me.
I N GOLD, STEEL AND RUBBER
Frames at all prices. Styles, quali
ties and colors to suit everybody, old
and young, big or little, white and
e* All Goods Sold Warranted as
Represented. My E:xperience of 3l4
years in the Jewelry Business enables
me to tell my cus~tomlers whether an
article is Solid or Plated, and they
cant rely upon miy .indgment.____
V A V A V /A V
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RE
Lpairing Fine and Complicated
Watebes, Clocks and Jewelry, and my
prices are as lowvest as any other first
I do all my own work, and do not
have to send it of! to be done. I have
the latest and most improved tools and
use nothing but the best material in
my work, and consequently I am able
to give entire satisfaction.
.s Allail and EpesOrders wl
receive prompt attention. Selection
packages of Watches or .Jewelry will
be sent to parties furnishing satisfac
tory references on receipt of order.
Highest Market Price Will
be paid for Old Gold or Silver
Next door to Peihnm's Drug Store.
1inter & afleS0n K
Dry Goods, Clothing
Hat and Shoe Store.
W E CALL SPECIAL ATTEN
to our CLOTHING DEPART
MENT. Our line of Business Suits,
both in Cutaways and Sacks, comprises
all the last styles, and will be sold at
small profits. See our line of Prince
Albert Suits. Boys' Knee Pants Suits
in great variety. Examine our Boys'
Never before have we shown vo
such a full line of these goods. You
can get any kind you need.
All the latest shapes as they appear in
We iuvite your special attention to
this brauch of our business. Only
reliable goods are sold and at very low
prices. You are earnestly invited to
call and see this stock before making a
MINTER & JAMIESUNs
OLD STAND OF ILLY W. 1ANT.
T HE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY
Tinvited to call and inspect our line of
Foreign and Domestic. For medical
and general use.
We also hAve attacbed a first class
Restaurant, where everything the
market affords will be served at a'1'
hours, day and night, by polite and at
tentive waiters. Oysters in season.
POOL and BILLIARDS.
Also a nice and elegant Pool and BHi
liard Hall up stairs over the saloon.
Respectfully yours to please,
JAMES DUNBAR, Agent.
PROF. P. M. WEITMAN,
716 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA,
CIVES FREE EYE TESTS
for Presbyopia-old sight,-Myopza
near sight,-Hyperopia-far sigt
simple Compound and Mixed Astig
matism-irregular curve of the cornea
of two eyes-and Asthenopia-weak
sight. Broken lenses replaced while
you wait. Repairing of all kinds.
Oculists' prescriptions filled.
Testimonials from Rev. Lansing
Burrows, Rev. Wm;. F. Cook, Rev. 4.
S. Patterson, Dr. J. S. Coleman, Dr. S.
P. Hunt, Dr. V. G. Hitt, Dr. W. C.
Wardlaw, Dr. M. A. Cleck'lew, Robert
H. May, Mayor Ker Boyce, Postma
ter, Patrick WXalsh, President, "Au
gusta Chronicle Co." Also refers to
the editor of this paper.
DUIRING MY ABSENCE MR.
Silas J. McCaughrin will be at
my office to receive all monies due me.
Parties indebted will please call and
A. J. McCAUJGHRIN.
O NE HOUSE AND LOT,CORNER
of Adams and Harrington streets.
One Farm of 85 acres, two miles of
For terms app)ly to
CARLISLE & LANE.
"Hello! Tom. Glad to uce you, old fellowi
It's almnost tea years since we were married. Sit
down: let's have an experience meeting. How's
the wife ?"
"Oh! she's so-so, same as usual,-tlways want
ing something I can't aford."
-Welt, we all want something mote than we've
got. Don't you ?"
"Yes: brt.I guess'wantw'llbeifmymaster. I
started to keep down expenses; and now LiI says
i'm 'mean,' and she's tired of saving and never
having anythin" to show for it. I saw your wife
down street. ani she looked as happy ass que
"Ithink she is ; and we are economica. too,
have to be. My wife can make-a little go further
than anyone I ever knew, yet she's always sur- .
prising me with some damnty contrivance that
adds to the comfort and beant~ of our little home,
and she's always 'merry as a lr.' When I ask
how she manages it, she always laughs and as
'Oh ! that's my secret! ' But I think I've is
covered her 'secret.' When we married, we both
knew we should have to be very careful. but she
made one condition: she would have herMagnle.
And she was riht ! I wouldn't do withouti my
self for double the subscription price. We read
It together, from the title-page to the last word:
the stories keep our hearts yong; the 5yslSi
of impotatevents and scientific matters k-eps
mnsed so that I can talk understandingly of
what is going on : my wife is always trying some
new ide from the ousehold deatet she
make' all her dresses and those for the children,
and she gets all her patterns for nothing. with the
Magazine ; and'we saved Joe when he was' so sick
with the croup, by doing just as directed in the
SanitarianDepartme't. But Ican't tellyon hadf"
-What wonderful Mar'zine is it ?"
" Demoreet's Family Magnzine, and-"
" what ! Why that's what Lii waied so bad,
and I told her it was an extravagance."
"Well,.m friend, that's where you made a
grand mistak, and one you'd better rectify as
soon as you can. Il take yor 'sub.' right here,
on my wife'a accout't: she' bound to have achina .
tea-set in ti-ce for our tin wedding next mouth.
My gold wat chi was the premium I got forget
uip a club. Here's a copy. with the newPremn
List for c!nbs.--the biurest thing oat! If yon don't
see in it wh::t von want, you've only to write t o
the publisher and tell him what you wan,t.whether
i: 1.e a tack-hammer or a new c-arriage.and he will
ra'.e snecia' t'rmn- for you, either for a club. or for
lrtt caTh. Iktter subscribe right off and surprise
\irs. Tom. Op:d l i.00 a yeir-will save fifty time
timt in six moenth... Or send 10Ocents direcr to the
pob!isher. w. gennings~ Demorest. 15 East 14th
5re.t. New York. for ax specimen copy containing
the P'remium List."
TALBOTT & SONS,
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
Are acknowledged to be the best ever
sold in this St.2te. When you buy
one of them, vo are satisfied
that you~ have made
Write for our prics. . .
COTTON GINS --
At bottom figures.
V. C. BADH/AM, Gen'I Agt
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Hcme Office Factory, Richmond
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