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Local and Special.
Beth Edep Lutheran Church.
Service every two weeks, second and fourth
Sundays, at il a. mn. Sunday-school IV a. In.
Wx. A. JULIAN, Pastor.
Otice opens............. ........................... - 00 a n
Closes-one-half hour before the arrival of
trains per schedule, viz:
For Columbia................................. s 5 a n
For Greenville and the We_t............ Iu p In
For Columbia..................................... 2 ;d p n
For Laurens... ....... .... ....... 4 -i5 p m
Office wilR-Temain open until........... 5 3 p m
Open..................................................... 7 00 y j.
C ose.................................................... 7 :3u p In
ARMVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAR R&UTE
NEWBERRY AND UTOPIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p n
Arrive Monday and Thursday.. ........... . p Ln
NEWBERRY AND wHITMIRE's.
Leave Tuesday and Friday.................. 3 p m
Arrive Tuesday and Friday ..............IE. I1m
LAURENS AND NEWBERRY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... I p m
Ar. Tuesday, Thusday and Saturday... 12 mn
. 1ooRAs. P. %I.
The McKinley Bill Has Done It!
Canned Goods have advanced. Come
and supply yourself before I dispose of
my stock-purchase before the rise.
tf F. B. NCINTosEI.
Cooper Pianos and Pactkard 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 appreciated. Write
me for terms and prices before buying
elsewhere. L. A. HAWKINS,
Newberry, S. C.
A Lutheran church is under contract
at Little Mountain, S. C., on the re
cently completed Columbia, Newberry
and Laurens Railroad. Its dimensions
will be 35 by .56, best wood, with a spire
55 feet high.-Lutberan Visitor.
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
At Cost! At Cost!
Floyd & Purcell will dissolve partner
ship on 1st January, 1391. They are
selling out at New York cost. tf
Finest New Crop Layer Figs at
The Newberry cotton market as
quoted yesterday by 0. McR. Holmes
Good Middling 9
7%fiddling 8, to 8.
LoWriddling 8. to S!.
Good Ordiiary V.
Next Thursday, 27th inst., has been
appointed by the President and the
Governor as a day of thanksgiving.
We suppose a union service will be
held in one of the churches. We sug
gest that the merchants all close and
give themselves and their clerks an
opportunity to enjoy the thanksgiving
turkey in quiet and at leisure. We be
lieve it has been customary to close on
this day and we have no doubt the
same custom will be observed this
Look to Your Interests.
It will pay every one who is in searchl
> of pretty goods to call at Peihami'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
Tups and Saucers ; Elegant Parlor and
Hanging Lamps; Fine Colognes and
Perfumes ; Fragrant Toilet Soaps ; and
a host of things like Japanese Tea Pots,
Sugar and Creams Cracker Jars, Water
Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes,
&c., any of which make both suitable
Wedding or Birthday Presents. Call
at Pelham's. t f.
If you want goods at New York cost
go to Floyd and Purcell. tf
An Uptown Telegraph Office.
We have time and again mn these col
umns called attention to the necessity
of having a telegraph ottice in the busi
ness part of the town apart from the
railroad office, and exclusively for com
mercial business. Nothing yet has
been done looking to that end. It
seems to us that there is urgent de
mand for it. It would be mor- conve
nient for the business meni who have
to deal with the office, and if there was
a separate office in town there would
be more business. I t seems to us if the
business men would properly place this
matter before the Westerni Union peo
pIe they might be willing to take some
action in the matter. It does appear
that it is worth the effort. Why should
not the Board of trade make another
attempt in this direction. We nowv
'- have the express office conveniently
~located in town and why not have the
telegraph office over here too.
Something New at salter's Art Gallery.
I have just received a selection of
fine German Art Borders for fancy
printing. Somethbing un ique and artis
tic. Sure to please. Also, some fine
Albums, and the best assortment of
picture frames ever brought to New
berry. And now with a set of the best
lens~for various kinds of photograph
ing, and the latest improvement mi
photography, I am better prepared
than ever hefore to pleaise my custom
ers. J. Z. SA LTER, Photographer.
2t. Newberry, S. C.
The Star Troupe of the Period.
The Famuous Hi Henry H-instrels
seem to he rapidly win ning their way to
popular favor wherever they appear
tbey will be at N%ewberry on Thursday,
20thi, and from among their many re
cent press praises, we q1uote fromi the
Daily News Greenville, S. C., Oct. :'3,
"The largest Saturday night nudience ever
in the opera house, and by far t he largest and
most appreciative of th is season, greeted H i
Henry's minstrels last niaht. The curtain
went up on the most gorgeous scene a Green
ville audience has had the pleasure of seeina
in many days. The stage was bedeeked wit h
damask drapery and the mninsirels were dress
ed in elegant costumes of silk and other tine
textures. The music and the singing was far
superior 1o the average minstrel trounne a d
the encores were feiuent. George D)ecker,
the bass soloist and Bu -t Vinters. the tenor,
were both heartily applauded by the aut.i
ence after their s50o5 Will G Mlack. in
--Southern Life, or Scenes on t he lecvee." im
personated the negro to perfection and was
supported in his songs and dlances by a good
corns. Bily Benson was so great in his fe
male imnpersonations. thlat nmany thought he
was a woman. H-i Htenry ano his cornet
were special features of the evening, and M r
Henry was warmnly applaudledt The per
formnance, whbich was considered eqjual to any
of George Wilson's, concludedt wit h lihe trains
formation clog. somfetiing entirely new and
. Reserved seats on saleC at Wright's
Catarrht (an't be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or conistitu
tional disease, antd in order to cure it
you have to take internal reniedies.
Hall's C7atarrahi cure is t aken internally.
and acts dlirectly on the blood antd
mucous surfaces. H-all's Catarrh ('urc
Is iio quaick medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years, and is a regu
lar prescription. It is comiposed oif lihe
best tonics Known, comined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
-the mucous surfaces. The perfect comn
bination of the two ingredients is what
produces such wvonderful results ini
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Props.,
A BIG LO1
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The weather service at Newberry has
secured two beautiful new flags.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Newberry Board of Trade will be held
ntext 31lnday night.
The argument of Geo. B. Cromer, in
the Taylor-l)owiniek daimage case, was
a fine and logical one, clear and forei
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer wlil preach on
"Paul in Prison" in the Lutherau
church next Sunday night.
We direct attention to the advertise
ment in another column of Mr. T. Q.
Mr. Wim. Langford has had his ele
gant residence ou Boun.dary street
Mr. L. W. Jones is building a Land
some residence on Pratt street just
beyond the old Fair grounds.
Rev. J. W. Humbert, of Conway,
will preach in the -Methodist church
next Sunday morning and in the Bap
ti,t church at the union service at
The South Carolina Annual Confer
ence of the Methodist Church will meet
at Anderson next Wednesday. Rev.
W. S. Wightnman, of Newberry, willgo
on Monday next.
Mr. Jas. R Davidson is building a
residence on Bouudary street next to
the resdence of Mr. Wim. M. Laue
and will move to Newberry as soon
as his residence is completed.
C. C. Davis has completed the second
house on the college campus to be occu
pied by Rev. Dr. Fox. The two
houses present a fine appearance and
are quite an addition to the property
of the College.
The sale advertised by the Sheriff in
Martin vs Harmou on our fourth page
has been withdrawn, the case having
been settled, after that page of the
paper had been printed.
'Mr. J. P. Neel, a son of Mr. Thos.
Neel of Newberry, was robbed of about
$160 while at the Fair last week. He
had his purse in his hip pocket. His
pocket was cut and the money gone.
For the handsome majority which
this county gave to the regular Demo
cratic ticket, -much credit is due the
etticient Chairman of the Democratic
Executive Committee, Dr. D. M%. Cros
son, for his unceasing and uutiring
effoCts for the success of the true De
Dr. Crosson is a Newberrian, you
know, Mr. Dispatch.
MIr. J. D. Kelley, of Greenville, spent
a few days in New berry last week.
MIiss Alma Werber is on a visit to
friends in Northren Florida.
MIrs. Greneker and Miss Sara Gren
eher are visiting MIrs. Lou Jones, Col
31r. Montgomery Mfoses left ont Wed
nesday for Suwter where lie will make
M1iss Lucy Burroughs, of Jackson
viile, Fla., is visiting her friend M1iss
Col. I. G. MlcKissiek, of Union, is at
tending court in New berry this week.
Mr.MIcClure, representing the Colum
bia Register, was in the city during the
Mir. 31. S. Epstin, of Columbia, spent
several days in Newberrry during the
L W. Simkins, Esq., of the Laurens
bar has been in attendance upon court
Thos. S. MIoormian, Esq., Librarian
of the Supreme Court, is attending court
at New berry this week.
Dr. O. B. MIayer, MIr. S. J. MicCaugh
rin and Mir. A. J. AMcCaugbrin have re
turned from Baltimore.
MIaj. E. P. MecKissick, of the News
and Courier, was in the city last week.
MIrs. J. E. Brown returned last week
from a visit to relatives in Georgia.
M1r. P. B. Workman left yesterday
for Alabarna where he will in future
reside. Newberry cannot well afford
to lose such men as MIr. Workman.
3Mr. M1. Foot, Jr., now of the Univer
sity of Georgia, is spending a few days
in Newberry. His many friends here
are glad to welcome him back if for
only a few days.
Fresh Buck Wheat and finest New
Crop New Orleans MIolasses to be had
at 3Mc[Nrosu. tf
Flovd & Purcell are selling out at
New ~York cost. Come and be con
A new and elegant perfume.
For sale by
BELCH ER, HOUSEAL & KIBLER.
The state Fair.
We went down to Columbia last
Wednesday to attend the State Fair.
The city w as tilled with visitors. We
are told that more people attended the
Fair this year than at any previous
time in the history of the organization.
We were at the Fair grounds for a
few hours on Trhursday. Newberry
was wveli represented.
TIhe exhibits in our opinion were
poor in nearly all the departments ex
cept the poultry. In this departmnent
there was the finest colieetionz we ever
saw, and it wvas full. We do not pro
p)ose, how'ever, to give any detailed ae
ecunt of the exhibits.
Financially speaking, wve should
judge that t he Fair was a grand success.
But :t is always leasanlt to go to the
State Fair, for one gets to see friends
*froml all parts of the State, and really,
the main object we have in going is to
see the people and miingle with the
The railroads deserve credit for the
admirable manner mn which they man
agedl to transport tile large crowds.
Upon the whole ini was a very de
Their Busineas Uooming.
Probably no one thing has caunsed such a
general rival of trade at liobertson &
Gilder's Druat store as their givina awaoy to
t heir cus.toinr.s of so mIany free tria l bot t ls
or Dr. ingi~s New Djiscovery for consumiption
'The~ir trade is simply enormious in this very
valuable atrticle: from the fact that it always
cures and nev-er disappoints. Goughs, Colds.
Asthmna. Bironchitis, Group. and all throat and
ingi diseases quickly cured!. You can test it
before buying by gettin.;t a trial bottle free
arg size $1. Every bottle warrante d.
There wvould be far less complaint
agaiust thle whiskey business it people
who drinx , would demand a line whis
key, of a standard brand, and accept
no ot her. There are mianyv st raight and
well ma tu red whiskies oi the titarket,
btit no other stands so high with the
mediceal fratern,ity, and with co)nnois
seurs, as the celebrated I. W. H ARPER
W H isK EY, of Nelson Coun ty, Ken-.
The genuine I. WV. HARPER is so d
only by TH0S..-B-0ZER,
.ishing Goods ir
to BO Our StooK
The Court of Comion Pleas was con
vened on Monday morning, Judge
W. H. Wallace presidi:.g.
The juries were organized with 3N. H.
,ary, foreman of jury No. 1, and Jas.
P, Davidson, foreman of,jury No. 2.
Several jurors did not answer to their
names, and a special venire was drawn
Fromi the five mile box, and the fol
owing eight additional jurors were
Irawn: D. W. T. Kibler, Wil. Folk,
INo. N. Bass, Noah Ridelhuber. Luther
H. Dennis, Epps J. Kinard, 1. B.
Hunter and Jrjo. C. Grillin.
Several orders were passed, and on
onday afternoon the case of .1a-. G.
Johnson and others, plain tiffs, vs. Tros.
. Tarranc, was begun, but on account
af some irregularities in the commis
ion, was withdrawn from the jury.
On Tuesday norning jury No. 2
was charged with the trial of the case
)f W. S. Dobbins, plaintiff, vs. Lam
)ert J. Jones, defendant. This case was
ilso withdrawn from thejury the judge
baving refused to allow the complaint
o be amended.
On Tuesday afternoon the case of J.
Win. Taylor, plaintiff, against W. C.
Dominick, defendant was taken up.
This was a suit brought by Mr. Taylor
or -$5,000 damages for malicious prose
It will be remembered that in the
spring of 18S9 some one broke into and
tole from the smokehouse of Mrs. John
Dominick about $1,000 in gold. Soon
ifter this, upon the affidavit of Mr. W.
D. Dominick, a warrant was issued for
imon Taylor and his two sons, Robert
ind Win. C. Taylor, and they were
bound over for trial at the July, 1889,
Term of the Sessions Court, on the
harge of burglary and grand larceny.
The grand jury found no bill against
J. W. Taylor and Simon Taylor and a
rue bill against Robt. Taylor, and he
was put on trial and found; not guilty.
W. C. Dominick is a son of Mrs. John
Dominick who lost the money, and S.
P. Taylor married his sister, a daugh
:er of Mr. Dominick, and Messrs.
Robt. and J. W. Taylor are her grand
hildren, and nephews of W. C. Dom
iniek. The plaintiff, Taylor, was rep
resented by Johnstone & Cromer, and
the defendant, Dominick, was rep
resented by Blease & Blease.1
The case has excited some interest.
The following is the jury that was
,harged with the trial of the case: 0.
Nf. Jamieson, foreman, J. Willie Cald
well, J. Craig Gary, Geo. F. Abrams,
W. M. Lester, S. L. Atchison, J. N.
Bass, Jno. W. Chapman, J. H. Dennis,
Bruce Cannon, B. B. Hunter and
Johin H. Harmon.
The jury after being out for a short
timie returned a verdict for the plain
Four arguments were made in the
ease. George Johnstone opened and
vas followed by Cole. L. Blease and
Harry H. Blease. George B. Cromier
The next case was Briggmnan vs Phi
fer, for the recovery of horse and dam
sge. The jury returned a verdict for
the plaintiff for the recovery of the
orse or its value, $150.
Thus ended the jury cases, and the
jurors received their pay certificates
and were discharged yesterday after
The Court will remain in session
several days yet to hear causes that can
be tried without a jury.
In the ease of Taylor vs. Dominiek,
mentioned above, Messrs. Blease &
Blease, attorneys for the defendant.
have served notice of a motion for a
Syrup of Figs,
Produced from the loxative and
nutritious juice of California figs, comt
bined with the medicinal virtuei.s of
plants known to be most beneficial to
the human system, acts gently, on the
kidneys, liver and bowels, effecually
leansing the system. dispelling colds
and headaches, and curing habitual
100,000 bushels Cot
ton Seed at the Oil Mill.
Highest cash price paid.
L. W. FLOYD,
t ee'y, Trea.'. an d Ilan aer.
Floyd & Purcell have thrown there
whole Stock of Goods on the market at
New York cost. tf
Served every day at dones'
hestaurant. Meals fur
nished at any hour'on shori
Prof. Albro, the Great White Chief,
Has returned to New berry and can
be consulted free (If charge in regard tc
his vegetable remuedies, at the Lovelace
Teeth txtracted free of charge. tf.
For Corn,., Wart,, and Biunions.
Use on!v Abbott's East Indian Corn
secured Un,der Ditticultties.
A traveller, telling of the trials ineci
dent on gathering the bark of tihe cin
(hona tree, says "the task took us
through trackless swamps and forests,
an req1uired thle emnplovyment of native
labor undter the most inclement condi
tions of equatorial heat and rains. If
there be anIy quarter of the globe where
nature coInuanIds inaction anid inldo
lence it is hlere." Cinchona, or Calisaya
bark, whet comnpoun ded according to
the forul a of Dr. Westmoreland, with
t he most powerful tonics anid altera
tives, is an invaluable remedy for
eronic headache, dyspepsia in all
forms, indigestion, want of appetite,
nervous exhaustion, neuralgia, heart
burn anid general debility. Impure
blood or malarial po isoning and kidney
afe~ctions are greatly benefitted by its
use. Emiinen tphtiys~iins prescri be it.
For sale by Robertson & Gilder.
The( tra.nsition from long, lingering and
pinfuil Sickness to robust hePaIt 11 m rks an
Lpoch inl thei hecalth of thle individiual. such1
a1 remariikable! event i-' treasured ml the mem-1
.rv hd1 thle agzency whe~reby the gcod heailthn
a's been attatined is gratte funy blessed. Hience
it istlhat so much is heard in p)ra is oftltect ric
iitters. So manly feel they owe their resto
rtinn toheatlth to thle uae oft th,e Great Al
terattre TIonie. If youar t1-'rouled with any
isease of Kidn:evs. Liver or stonm:eh, of loniu
or short standir'g yo will surely find relief
b * ust ot E.ectric i-itters. 5')bi at 55-. si
per tbottle at R-obertson: & Gilder's Dr)ug
Many Persons are broken
dowrn from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the
system. aids digestion. removes excess of bile,
TO BE SOL
aRdr Prics. fI P
A. R. Presbyterian Conference.
The Conference of thep Associate Re
forned Presbyterian Church of New
berry wilt meet at Head Springl'as
Chu're, on Saturday before the 5th
Sabbath in November, at 10 a. m.
1st subject-\What is the best way. of
reaebingp- the poor inl church work?-W.
H. Harris and Dr. M. A. Renwick.
2nd. Should Erskine CO'ege he re
MOVed?-J. N. Martin1, J., C.Vils.)n
and J. C. Neel.
lrd. What are tle elemenws of a
strong church?-J, Y. Thomnp,,iiin and
Joseph H. Hunter.
A sermon and the L,rd's eupper d is
pensed in the forenoon, amil a se'rnon
Meeting of Newberry Conference.
The Newberry Conference of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of South
Carolina will meet in Colony church,
on Friday before the fifth Lord's day
of November 28th, 1890, at 10 o'clock
Apart from the I L' > - I
ness the following topies will be dis
1. The necessity of rearranging the
pastorates in connection with the con
ference. To be opened by Rev. W. C.
Schaffer, with Rev. Prof. A. J. Bowers.
2. Do church festivals inculcate the
true spirit of Christian giving. To be
opened by Rev. G. W. Holland, D. D.,
with Rev. M. J. Epting.
3. The importance of a uniform use
of the Common Service in all our
churches. To be opened by Rev. Prof.
J. B. Fox, with Rev. T. 0. Keister.
4. The best method in the manage
ment of the home mission work of the
conference. To be opened by Rev. J. A.
Sligh, with Rev. J. F. Kiser.
APPOINTMENTS FOR PREACHING.
Opening Sermon-Rev. M. J. Ep
Missionary Sermon-Rev. T. 0.
Sunday Sermon-Rev. W. C. Sebaef
As there will be business of impor
tance at this meeting, it will be neces
sary to have a full attendance of minl
isters and delegates from all the
churches in the bounds of conference.
WM. A. JULIAN,
President of Conference.
We have a few pieces of fine Black
Cashmere which we are selling at cost.
tf FLOYD & PURCELL.
A recent ride to Jalapa, after a lapse
of eighteen years, shows many changes
in the appearance of the country. Had
the wvriter been suddenly transported
to that section between Newberry and
Jalapa he could not have recogniz~ed the
The fields along the road are white
with cotton, and all the farmers report
that it has been difficult to get it picked
on account of the recent rainy weather.
The yield looks abundant.
The Lutheran chumrch at Jalapa was
opened for service on last Sunday.
Rev. WV. C. Schaeffer, of New berry,
preached the sermon, and the congre
gation was quite large. The church
building, wvhich has been removed
from Liberty Hill, has been well put
up on a beautiful and convenient loca
tion under the superv'sion of Mr. E. P.
Mathewvs, assisted by Messrs. S. B.
Aull, W. C. Sligh and WV. C. Switten
burg. The organization of the Luther
an congregation was postponed until
the third Sunday in December at 10 a.
mn. At 11 a. mi. on the same day the
church will be dedicated. The outlook
is favorable for the new church.
Jalapa has now two churches in her
midst. The Methodist church at Tran
quil has also been removed from its
old location and stands convenienitly in
the village near the residence of Mr. WV.
H. Eddy, who was greatly instrumen
tal in tihe work of removing the build
ing. The Jalapans are a church-going
Thie work on the Columbia, Newber
ry and Laurens Railroad at Jalapa is a
sign of progress. The grad ing is almost
finished from Newberry to Jalapa, and
the track has been laid about two and
a half miles towards Newberry. The
new rails are delivered by the old road
at Jalapa. and are distributed along
the route from a "flat" car hauled by
mules. The mule is the great motor in
in railroad building anyhow. The in
cessant and laborious work, however,
subdues his spirit and extracts tihe
lightning from his heels.
Fruits! Fruhis!! Fruits!!!
Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Dates,
Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Nuts, &c., at
The only cure for Coughs,
Colds, and all other diseases of
the Throat and Lungs, is Robert
son's Cough Syrup. Manufact
ured and for sale at
R OBER TSON & GILDER,
Corner Drug Store
The Oil Miii.
Thle Newberry Cotton Seed Oil Mill
and Fertilizer Co. is pushing things
right along and will soon1 be ready for
wvork. The machinery has all arrived
and is being put in position as rapidly
as possible. The main brick building
ia substantial andl neat structure and
is bound to implress travelers by rail
with tile idea that Newberry is pushing
The warehouse is filling ump with
seed and looks as if everything was
getting ready for business. Mr. L. WV.
Floyd, the business manager, seenms to
be the right man in the right place.
Wagon scales and railroad scales have
been put in, and the mill is in condi
tion to handle the seed with ease and
Thle cst abiish men t of such enterprises
as this is the only sure and solid way
to build up our town and make it pros
perous. We hope to see other similar
enterprises soonI started.
Highest of all in Leavening Powe,
D AT SHOR]
7 at Lowest Pos,
Leasufo to Show 0
Hon. W. D. Hardy occupies the late
resideuce of Rev. J. C. Boyd.
Rev. J. IU. Traywick preached his
farewell sermon in Wightnan chapel
last Sunday night, to a large and ap
Through the energy and enterprise
of some of our townsmen the streets
are now well lighted. The.se lights are
the result of iudividual enterprise.
Oat sowing is progressing rapidiy.
Cotton is being picked as fast as pos
Don't say there are not laborers
enough to pik the cotton. The same
labor that raised the cotton is here to
pick the crop. The trouble is that the
conditions of the weather and the
enormous crop have caused the back
wardness or rather lateness of picking.
Rev. J. C. Boyd,who has been pastor
of the A. R. P. church here for more
than thirty years, has resigned, and
accepted a call to Statesburg, N. C.
We understand this call is temporary,
and that Rev. Boyd is likely to go to
Kentucky. Peace be with you, Bro.
The men who say that "Hampton
must retire," are men without heart,
feeling or courage. They are men who
are absolutely not men at all. "They
area fraud on natures basest mineral
and should be sent back to natures
mint to be recoined." Hampton is
Hampton-and more than 40,000 men
in South Carolina do know that our
honored and venerated Hampton will
be Hampton. Few men live who
know how the "Wallace House was
made," but a few do live.
Honor to Hampton in 1876. Honor
to Hampton now. Honor to Hampton
ever in the future, and dishonor to all,
whomever he or she may be that takes
a hand in retiring our old venerable
soldier and statesman.
Back! ye coward-lay not your hands
on oar venerable soldier and statesman
you have no manhood, no gratitude
down with you. Hampton so long as
he lives, and he has some of the same
blood that followed him in '76, that
will always follow him. Many of those
veterans are gone beyond the rigid Jor
dan, but may live, who hold in the
most contemptible esteem any man or
men, organization or press or paper,
who desires, wishes or works for Hamp
Let me warn you, Hamptons retire
ment to those who are working for it,
will prove to the friends of his retire
ment, just what Mr. McKialey's tariff
bill proved to him. Beware.
We have just opened a very
handsome line of Lamps of all
kinds which we propose to sell at
very low figures. It will pay you
to examine our stock before buy
ing elsewhere. We don't con
sider it any trouble to show our
Helena Heraldings and News Notes.
Mrs. J. 0. Meredith. of Laurens, is
visiting Mrs. J. M. Bow ers.
Mrs. Thrakili andi Mrs Cannon, of
Richburg, were on a visit last week to
Mrs. Nora WVatts.
Mr. B. F. Antley, of Orangeburg
County, accompanied Mr. Jenkins on
his special visit to Helena.
There was a social at Mr. J. D. Shock
ley's last Tuesday night.
The singing circle will meet at Mr.
I. D. Shockley's to-night.
" Brer Reachup " diskivered Mrs.
Coate'sehicken-roost the other night.
Those who like fine stock will ad
mire M r. Pratt's pet pigs.
Rev. Dr. Cozby, of Aveleigh (Presby
terian) church, held divine service in
the village last Sunday afternoon. The
congregation was large and deeply in
terested in thbe words of the devout and
A letter from a friend at the North
tells us of a pretty and elaborate home
weddng in Astoria, on the evening of
the:2ith ultinmo. It was at No. 33, North
Washington Place, when Miss Anna,
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Gemnunder, was united in marriage to
Mr. John Wagner. The bride was
"char mingly attired in a white surah
silk, and carried a bouquet of white
roses." Among the wedding guests
was Miss Mary Zobel, who is visiting
friends in Philadelphia and elsew"here.
Wednesday, November 19, 1890,at
12 mi., at thbe residence of Mr. Jas. F.
Glenn, Mr. Ed win J. Jenkins, of Ello
ree, Orangeburg County, S. C., and Miss
Helen Pope Rollison were united in
the holy bond of marriage by Rev. A.
J. Bowers. The day was beautiful
just such as only a happily-wedded
pair can enjoy. Trhe service was simn
ple, tasteful and impressive, and the
scene charming. After partaking of
an appetizing collation with a few in
vited guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins took
the eastward bound train for their
home in Orangeburg County. The bride
was attired in a neatly-fitting travel
ing suit of dark blue. We shall miss
Miss Popie from the bright little circle
of girls, hut it is pleasant to know that
she has formed a happy co-partnership
in the matrimonial allii'nce.
A course of P. P. P. will banish all
badl feelings, and restore your health
to p)erfect condition. Its curative pow
ers are miarvelous. If out of sorts and
in bad humor with yourself and the
world, take P. P. P., and become
healthy and rational.
To be Built of south CaroHna Granite.
[Winnsboro News and Herald.]
The Winnsboro Granite Company
otained the contract for the furnish
ing of stone for the new postoffice at
Charleston, and things are as busy as
bees down there. Fifty-odd Scotch
men arrived a few days ago, bound for
the quarry ; so we may look for a
"Highland Fling" before, probably,
next pay day.
.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. I'7, 1889.
On Sunday,' November 16. 1890, 4t
Cross Kevs. Union County, Mr. R. D.
Bobo and Miss Lula Bishop, neice of
Mr. C. W. Bishop.'
November 19, IS90, at the residence
of Mr. J. F. G lentn, Helena. S. C.. by
Rev. A. J. IBowers. 'Mr. Edwin J. Jen
kins, of Ellorve, Orawn-huru CountV,
S. C., and Mliss Popic Roll11isonl.
Mr. Wni. Stone, of Pomatria, died onl
the 11th instant.
Mr. Hill, the brid-e builder of the
Columbia and Greenville Railroad died
suddenly at Dyswn on Iuesdav.
POST OFY'IE, NEWHERY, S. C.
List of letters unclained and Advertized
November 19, ISM.
A rhold. John Johnson.1iss Sal'ie K
Iooth, W. H. Jackler. M.
Beachain, Mrs. I1arriet Lakin, Philip
Barnes, C. Narbe, F. L.
Curry, 31. C. Pract, Dr. F.
Fany, Mac I. Sarles. M. S.
Gorse. C. H. Wilson. Miss Alice
Glymph. M1iss HarrietWard. D. P.
Griffin, Miss Rebecea Weat. S. W.
Gloner. Miss Anna Wantly, Miss Mary
Heller, H. W.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say that tney were advertised.
R. MoOR.%A, P. M.
THE ALLIANCE BANK.
[Special to the News and Courier.]
CoLUMBIA, November 12.-The spe
cial committee of the stockholders of
the State Alliance Exchange met in
Columbia to-night to consider the
matter of establishing a State Alliance
bank in Columbia. The committee, after
discussing the question fully, agreed to
recommend that the charter of the
Exchange be so amended by the Legis
lature that the Exchange be empow
ered to subscribe a portion of its capital
to the creation of a bank. This will
doubtless be done, and an Alliance
bank in Columbia may be considered a
CoLUMBIA, Nov. 14.-As was pub
lished in The News and Courier on
Thursday morning last, an important
meeting of the State Alliance commit
tee on the State Exchange and Alliance
Bank, was held in this city on Wednes
day night, at which meeting it was
made evident that the Alliance Bank
would be established here. The follow
ing additional particulars of the meet
ing are of interest. There were present
of the committee D. P. Duncan, chair
man; J. A. Sligh, of Newberry; N. F.
Walker, Spartanburg; W. H. Timmer
man, Edgetield, and J. C. Coit, of
Chesterfield. ~Hon. M. L. Donaldson,
general manager of the State Ex
change, was present and sat with the
committee. It was ascertained at this
meeting that the proposition to estab
lish an Alliance Bank in the city of
Columbia had been received with
enthusiasm by the Alliances through
out the State. The whole matter'will
be in proper shape early in December,
when the books will be opened and the
Alliance men will prove their faith by
their own works. The State Exchange
will head the list of subscriptions with
$50,000 to the new bank. The report
from the State Exchange is most en
couraging. It has done a fine business
during the fall and is growing daily in
popularity with theorder.
Malaria and Broken-Down Constitution.
Dr. IT. II. Wh7itehead:
DEAR SIR-At your request I will
state my case. Some years ago I con
tracted malaria in its most violent form
while living at Newark, N. J. I con
sulted various physicians and took
numberless preparations recommended
as "sure cures, but it stuck to me like
a brother-or more like a mother-in
law. I finally came South, and while
here tried new remedies, said to always
cure malaria, and it still stuck to me,
and you know the broken-down condi
tion I was in when I came to you. You
put me to taking your P. P. P. (Prick
ly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium),
and I improved rapidly, and am to-day
in as good health as I ever was-im fact,
better. As a remedy for a broken-down
constitution it has no equal.
Yours etc., T. P. COTTE
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet piromptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
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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, ite
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
CALIFORN/A FIG SYRUP CO.
8AN FR ANCISCO, C AL.
L0UIl8VIU.E, KY. tEW YORA, NI..
I TIS HEREBY ORDERED THAT
Trustees of the Free Public Schools
of New berry County openi their schools
on Monday Novemn her 24. 1i90.
ARTH UR KIBLER,
GEO. 11. CROME-R,
G. G. SA LE,
County Board of Examiners.
BEA TTiPIANS V&um:
washington, N. J.
5 MEONT Bright Young Men
$y -~ .. fr3or Ladies in each
coun Pa. .G LER & CO., Philadel
I AM NOW RECEIVING THE
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 amonnt you wish to pay for
a Watch, as I can furnish them at any
price, from the cheapest made up to
L L L A _
I N,THIS LINE I KEEP A L ARGE
AND ROLLED PLATE
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
D ID I HEAR YOUSAY? 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 every body, old
atnd young, big or little, white and
* All Goods Sold Warranted as
Represenited. My Experience of 34
years in the Jewelry Business enables
me to tell my customers wihether an
article is Solid or Plated, and they
cani rely up)on mty judgment.
VV /\ V A V
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RE
Lpairing Fine and Complicated
WVatches, Clocks and Jewelry, and my
prices are as lowest as any other first
I do all my own work, and do not
have to sendl it oft to be done. I have
the latest and most improved tools and
use nothing hut the best mateTrial in
my work, and consequently I am able
to give entire satisfaction.
.*. All Mail and Express Orders will
receive prompt attention. Selection
packages of Watebes or Jewelry will
be sent to parties furnishiingsaitisfac
tory references on receipt of order.
Highiest Market Price Will
be paid for Old Gold or 81/vet
Dry Goods, Clothing
Hat and Shoe Store.
T 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
sniall profits. See our line of Prince
Albert Suits. Bovs' Knee Pants Suits
in great variety. Examine our Boys'
Never before havo we shown vou
such a ftll line of th(se goods. You
can g#-t any kind Vou need.
Al the 14test shiape :ts they appear in
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We invite votir special attention to
this branch o?f our business. Only
reliable goods are sold and at very low
prices. You are earnestly nvited to
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invited to call and inspect our line of
Foreign and Domestic. For medical
and general use.
We also have attached 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 Bil
liard Hall up stairs over the saloon.
Respectfully yours to please,
JAMES DUNBAR, Agent.
PROF. P. X. WHITMAN,
716 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, 8A,
CIVES FREE EYE TES'TS
for Presbyopia-old sight,-Myopia
near sight,-Hyperopia-far sight
Simple Compound and Mixed Astig
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-Anisomietropia-unequal refraction '
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. Wmn. F. Cook, Rev.YJ.
S. Patterson, Dr. J. S. Coleman, Dr. S.
P. Hunt, Dr. V. G. Hitt, Dr. W. C.
Wardlaw, Dr. M. A. Clecklew, Robert
H. May, Mayor Ker Boyce, Postmas
ter, Patrick Walsh, President, "Au- .
gusta Chronicle Co." Also refers to ..
the editor of this paper.
D URING 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. McCAUGH RIN.
O NE HOUSE AND) LOT,CORNER
of Adams and Harrington streets.
One Farm of 85 acres, two miles of
For terms apply to
CARLISLE & LANE.
"Hello I Tom. Glad to see yen, old fellow !
It' almost teni years since we were marred. Sit
don: et's have an experience meeting. how's
the wife ?"
"Oh! she's so-so, same as nsual,-always want
in" somaething I can't afford."
SWell, we all want something more than we've
got. Don'tvyou 7"
-Yes :but I guess 'want will be my mastor.' I
started to keep down expenses: and now Li] says
I'm 'men' and s'hes-ired ot saving and never
l'aving anytinl to show for it. I saw your wift
down street. ana she looked as happy sea quen'~
"I think she is : and we are econaomica. too.
have to be. My wife can make a little go further
rtan anyone I ever knew, v'et she's alwvays sur
prising me with some damnty contrivance that
adds to the comfort and beauty of our little home,
and she's always 'merry as a lark.' When I a'sk
how she manages it, she always lauabs and says:
'Oh ! that's my secret !' But I think I've c:is
covered her 'secret.' When we married, we both
knew we should have to be very careful, but she
made one condit4on: she would have her Masgazine.
And she was right ! I- wouldn't do without it my.
self for double the subscription price. We rex'd
it together, from the title-page to the. last word :
the stories keep our hearts young; tne synop'.
of important events and scientific matters keep~
me posted so that I can talk understandingly of
what is going on: myb wife is always trying snt;e
new idea from the household department: enee
makes all her dresses and those for the ch ildren. . .
and she gets all her patterns for nothing, with the
Magazine ; and we saved Joe whcn he was so s:cC
with the croup. by doinag just as directed int th
sanitarnan Deparment. But I can't teil you h;.tis!
" What wonderful Magazine is it ?"
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"What ! Why that's what Lil wantcd so bad,
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eonf as you can. I'll t ake your 'sub.' right i-:v,.
on my wife's accont: she's boud to have acem: a
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My gold waf ch was the premium I got for gv':tm"
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Are acknowledged to be the best ever
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At bottom figures.
V. 6. BADJAM, Gen5IAgt.,
Homne Ofie actory,Biohmond;