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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two weeks, second and fourth
Sundays, at 11 a. ma .
Sunays at W3L A. JULIA'-%, Pastor.
offic pens.. 00 a
Cioes~fleiia hor bfor te arrival of
trains per schedule, viz:
For Columbia.................---------------.... 8 25 a m
For Greenville and the West............ 1 00 p m
For Columbia....................------------ 2 37 p m
For Laurens.......... 4 45 p m
Offce will remain open until...... 5 3. p m
Open..... ...........------------------..... 7 W p In
Cose ............-.... ..7 7 3 p m
ARBYAL AND DEPARTURff OF STAR ROUTE
NEWBERRY AND' UTOPIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p m
Arrive Monday and Thursday............. 2 p m
NEWBERRY AND WHITXIRE'S.
Leave Tuesday and Friday.................. 3 p m
Arrive Tuesday and Friday................. 12 In
LAURENS AND NEWBERRY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... 1 pm
Ar. Tuesday, Thusday and Saturday... 12 In
R. MooRMAN. P. M.
The Garmany Alliance will meet on
Saturday, December 21, at 9 a. m. All
the members are earnestly requested to
be present. Members are requested to
Fruitst Fruits!! Fruits!??
Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Dates,
Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Nuts, &c., at
If you want a nice Picture Frame or
Album go to Salter's Photograph Gal
Gin House Burned.
j; wThe gin house and gin of Mr. J. N.
Martin, on the Ivey Suber place, in
No. 4 Township, was destroyed by fire
;7- on last Thursday.
.. Mr. Jno. M. Suber, who is farming
on the place with Mr. Martin, lost some
six or seven bales of cotton.
The fire it seems originated about
the gin while it was running and got
in the lint and could not be extinguish
ed. There was no insurance.
Fresh Buck Wheat and finest New
Crop New Orleans Molasses to be had
at MCINTOSH. tf
100,000 bushels Cot
ton Seed at the Oil Mill.
Highest cash price paid.
L.. W. FLOYD,
See'y. Treas. and Manaxer.
New Lutheran Church.
The new Lutheran Church at Jalapa
will be rededicated on the third Sunday
morning in this month at 11 o'clock.
The dedication sermon will be preached
by the Rev. W. C. Schaeffer, of New
A special choir will go up from New
berry to assist in the singing. The ser
vices will be interesting and impress
ive. The public is cordially invited to
SWe have just opened out a full line
of Christmas Goods. Prices reasonable.
e ask your patronage.
BELCHER, HOUSEAL & KIBLER.
The McKinley Bill Has Done It?
Canned Goods have advanced. Come
and supply yourself before I dispose of
my stock-purchs before the rise.
tf F. B. MCINTOSH.
f-Cooper Pianos and Packard Organs.
I will sell the above direct from the
factory. They are first-class in every
aparticular and have imnrovements that
no others possess. Nieds only to be
seen and tried to be appreciated. Write
me for terms and prices before buying
elsewhere. L. A. HAwKINS,
Newberry, S. C.
n..th or Mrs. 31. A. Wardlaw.
The -many friends here of Mrs. Mary
A. Wardlaw were grieved to learn of
her death, which occurred in Colum
bia on the 4th instant. Mrs. Wardlaw
was for several years a resident of this
place and endeared herself to those
who knew her by her singularly sweet
and gentle manner. She was the relict
of Dr. Joseph J. Wardlaw, of Abbe
vile. Her remains were conveyed to
Abbeville on Friday for interment.
One Complete Amateur Photograph
Outfit for sale at half cost. Apply or
address New York Racket Store, New
berry, S. C., for further information. tf
At Cost! At Cost!
Floyd & Purcell will dissolve partner
ship on 1st January, 1S91. They are
selling out at New York cost. tf
m"'iest New Crop Layer Figs at
M cntosh's. tf
Election of Oaifcrs Signet Chapter.
On last Monday night the following
officers were elected to serve the ensu
ing masonic year:
0. Klettner, M. E. H. P.
A. H. Wheeler, E. K.
G. A. Moody, E. S.
E. W. Thomnason, C. H.
F. W. Britton, P. S.
L. D. Shockley, R. A. C.
R. 3. Miller, G. M. 3d V.
J. R. Green, G. M. 2nd V.
. R. Perdew, G. M. 1st V.
N. B. Mazyck, Treasurer.
R. H. Greneker, Secretary,
P. Rodelsperger, Sentinel.
Installation of officers to-night.
Catarrh Can't be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, .as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional disease, and in order to cure it
u have to take internal. remedies.
Hall's Catarrab cure is taken .nternally,
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is no quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years, and is a regu
lar prescription. It is composed of the
best tonics Knowu. combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect com
bination of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results.in
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Bucklen's Arinea salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheumf, Fever Sores, Tet
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
geprfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Prce 25 cents per box. For sale by Robert
son & Glder.
hidennCry for Pitcher's_Castoria.
A BIG LO"
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Miss Sallie Kibler left last Monday
to take charge of the Ridge Road
Mr. Pink Denson has been appointed
postmaster at Liberty Hall in this
Dr. W. E. Belcher has gone to Salem,
Va., to attend a sale of lots in that
Smith and Wearn are offering bar
gains in clothing for the cash. See
their ad. in this issue.
"Little Nuggett" at the Opera House
Monday night was well rendered and
enjoyed by those present.
Rev. Prof. A. J. Bowers, of the Col
lege, will preach at the Baptist church
next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. Metts has purchased the house
and lot on the corner of Boundary and
Caldwell streets from Mrs.Broaddus for
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Sr., went down to
Peak last Saturday. On Sunday he
read an address to the Lutheran con
gregation at that place.
The high trestle over Scott's Creek,
on the C. N. & L. R. R., has be encom
pleted and work on the road towards
Clinton is progressing admirably.
The musical concert to be given for
the benefit of the Newberry Rifles has
been postponed to the 2nd of January.
It will be a charming entertainment,
and everybody should go.
Geo. S. Mower, Esq., went over to
Rock Hill and Chester on Tuesday.
The trustees of Erskine College will
hold a meeting at Chester this week to
conaider the proposition to move the
Rev. Mr. Mann, the new Methodist
pastor of the Newberry circuit, is ex
pected to arrive with his family to-day.
He will at once occupy the parsonage.
Next Sunday morning he will preach at
Trinity and in the afternoon at New
Rev. W. W. Daniel and family are
expected to arrive next week. Mr. Dan
iel himself will be here this week and
will preach his first sermon as pastor
in the Methodist church next Sunday
Mr. B. F. Swedenberg, who has for
several years been telegraph operator
and depot agent at Chappells, has been
changed to Aiston on the same road
and has taken charge. Mr. J. H. Wil
son, of Ninety-Six, takes his place at
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer will preach .C,
the Lutheran church next Sunday
night the fifth sermon in the series of
"Scenes in the life of Paul." Subject:
"Paul's Experience Contrasted with
Mr. L. N. Cox representing an elec
tric light plant was in Newberry on
Wednesday consulting with the Coun
cil. His company will put the plant
in the oil mill. His estimate is that 80
incandescent lights are necessary for
New berry and will cost the town about
$2,000 a year.
Jane Higgins, a faithful colored ser
vant of Dr. Jas. McIntosh, died on
Monday afternoon. She had been in
the family of the Higgins' for the past
sixty years. She was a member of the
Newberry Baptist Church and is the
last of the colored members.
Mr. A. S. Burts, who has been tele
graph operator at Newberry for the
past six months, left yesterday for Co
lumbia. Mr. Burts was an effcient
operator and accommodating, and we
very much regret that he has left us.
Mr. J. B. Ford of Roanoke, Va., suc
ceeds Mr. Burts.
uFor rheumatic and neural 'c pins,
hr in Dr. J. B. McLean's Voleanic
o il Liniment, and take Dr. J. H. Mc
Len's Sarsaparilla. You will not suffer
long, will be gained with a speedy and
Their Business Booming.
Probably no one thing has caused such a
5** e*rlialo trade at Robertson &
ilders Drug Store as their biigaa toe
Their trad is sIml enormou in thi very
valuable article from the tact that it always
Asthma, Bronchit. Crointsand an throat and
lung diseases quickly cured. You can test it
before buying by getting a trial bottle free
arge size $1. Every bottle warranted.
We had a call yesterday from Mr. 3.
S. Stokes, of the Union Times.
Mr. W. A.Wallingford, of New Mex
ico, Mo., is in Newberry and will be
here for several weeks.
Rev. WV. H. Lawton and Mrs. Law
ton left the early part of the week for
their new field of labor.
Miss Azilie Simpson, who has been
visiting relatives in the city has re
turned to her home in Atlanta.
L. W. Simkins, Esq., of the Laurens
Bar, spent Tuesday in Newberry on
his way to the Supreme Court.
Mr. Harry H. Blease returned last
night from the Grand Lodge of South
Carolina held at Anderson this week.
Mr. S. B. Pickens, the General
Freight and Passenger Agent of the
South Carolina Railroad, was in town
Prof. Beale Bittle, of Texas, is on a
visit to his sisters, Mrs. G. W. Holland
and Mrs. G. B. Cromer. Prof. Bittle
was at one time professor in New berry
College and has many friends in New
berry who will be glad to see him
Set ved every day atd ones'
Restaurant. Meals fur
nished at any hour on short
F OF GOODS
-ishing Goods ii
to See our Stock
We present this week to the reader.
of The Herald & News the inaugural
address of Governor Tillman in supple
ient form. The supplement contains
a full and correct report of the address,
The whole of it was set up and printed
in our office. In addition to this The
Herald and News contains the usual
reading matter and among this is a de
tailed account of the inauguration
ceremony, and also a full account of
the meeting of the Farmers' National
Alliance, in Ocala, Fla.
Then on this supplement may be
found the advertisements of several of
our leading merchants who would re
mind you where you can purchase
yourgoods*for the least outlay of money.
This puts the inaugural of the
Governor in convenient shape so that
you can file it away and preserve it for
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Chad, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Cidren, she gave them Castoria.
There would be far less complaint
against the whiskey business if people
who driu would demand a fine whis
key, of a standard brand, and accept
no other. There are many straight and
well matured whiskies on the market,
but no other stands so high with the
medical fraternity, and with connois
seurs, as the celebrated I. W. HARPER
WHISKEY, of Nelson County, Ken
The genuine I. W. HARPER is so'd
only by THOS. Q. BOOZER,
Newberry, S. C.
A new and elegant perfume.
Fe: sale by
BELCHER, HOUSEAL & KIBLER.
That we have just opened a very
handsome line of Christmas Nov
elties-something new and attrac
tive. Drop in and look at our
display. Popular selections at
popular prices. No trouble to show
goods. Don't forget that Robert
son & Gilder's is the place to buy
Rev. Thomas 0. Herbert.
The Spartanburg Daily Herald of
December 4, has the following to say of
Rev. T. G. Herbert. Mr. Herbert is a
Newberry man and has many relatives
and friends in this county:
"The Rev. Thos. G. Herbert, who
has been the presiding elder in this dis
trict for the past four years, was ap
pointed by conference to the Johnston
Circuit. Mr. Herbert has finished his
second term as presiding elder and is
loved and respected by all who
know him. His great integrity of
character is known to all, and his deep
piety, without any ostentation what
ever, carries greater weight than spoken
words. One of his most distinguishing
traits is his uniform kindness and sym
pathy. The stewards of the Central
and Bethel Methodist churches here
have passed complimentary resolutions
in regard to his services among them.
Mr. Herbert and family will soon move
to his new field of labor. They will
carry with them the prayers and best
wishes of a large circle of friends.
Rev. J. M. Boyd was appointed to
fill Mr. Herbert's position, and will
enter upon his duties about the first of
How Far Can You See?
How far can we see from any given
height? This is a question that occurs
in the inquisitive mind frequently.
From the Eifiel tower, the highest arti
ficial structure in the world, say 1,000
feet, we would enjoy a circle of vision
bounded by a horizon 39 miles distant.
From Mount Everest, the highest peak
of the Himalayas (27,000 feet) one
should see, if the air was clear enough,
nearly 200 miles.
Though the horizon is restricted, the
busines or professional man, housewife
or social queen particularly, suff'ering
from loss of appetite, general debility,
dyspepsia or from a threatened attack
of malarial fever, should see their own
well-being sufficiently clear to secure a
bottle of that King of Medicines. Dr.
Westmoreland's Calisaya Tonic. Over
worked men and enervated women
cannot do without it. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder.
The Happy Msa-ela.e of a Newber y Lady.
SNMTER, December 10.-Yesterday
afternoon Miss Fannie Hodges, of New
berry, who has been living with her
brother, Rev. E. T. Hodges of this city,
was married at the Methodist parson
age to Prof. W. S. Harsman, of Wash
ington, D. C., Rev. E. T. Hodges offi
The newly married pair left at 6.30
p. m. for Washington, the home of the
groomi. The bride by her accomplish
ments and charming sweetness of man
ner, had made many friends in Sum
ter, who, while they regret to lose her,
extend their most cordial congratula
tions and best wishes for her future
happiness and prosperity.
Professor Harsman is connected with
the United States signal service at
Washington and is also now taking a
post-graduate course at the Johns Hop
There is a tinge of romance connect
ed with this marriage. After graduat
ing at Williamston Female College
Miss Hodges took a post-graduate
course at the American Normal Col
lege, Logansport, Ind., where she first
met Mr. Harsman, who was junior
professor there at the time. The young
couple fell in love with each other and
the course of their true love, which,
contrary to the general rule laid down
in such case, seems to have run smooth
ly until it culminated in their happy
marriage yesterday afternoon.-Colum
hia TD.ily Record
TO BE SOLI
. Endless 'Variet,
aRq1 Pfioes. 0 Pl
Inauguration of Governor Tillman.
From forest deep and dashing shore,
Where sounding cities P.>ur
Claus of Carolina gather round,
Flushed with the halo of renown,
To greet, with harmony of praise,
Tillman-born to master and amaze. 0
Patriot of a new philosophy
That echoes o'er the weltering lea; I
The first to liberty e'er sung
Erst Carolina back the Briton flung! d
Loyal hearts to the chorus swell- I
Lingering as through asphodel.
Greater than fame or royal birth
The better destiny of earth!
M. A. EVANS. t
November 4, IS90. C
Look to Your Interests. e
It will pay every one who im in search v
of pretty goods to call at Pelham's Drug b.
Store and examine his immense stock r
You will find the latest novelties; the e
choicest selection in style and attrac
tiveness. Beautiful Vases; Dainty g
Cups and Saucers; Elegant Parlor and
Hanging Lamps; Fine Colognes and s
Perfumes; Fragrant. Toilet Sotps; and t
a host of things like JapaneseTea Pots, o
Sugar and Creams Cracker Jars, Water :
Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, .n
&c., any of which make both suitable
Wedding or Birthday Presents. Call a
at Pelham's. t f. d
Use only Abbott's East Indian Corn .
THE THREE CS GONE UNDER.
A Receiver Appointed to Take Charge of
Both the Itoad and the Construct.on
Company's Affairs. t
NASHVILLE, TENN., December .-A d
Knoxville special says: ii
"The Three C's Rail Road is in the s
hands of the receiver. Judge Smith, t
at Jonesboro yesterday, appointed Sam- I
uel Tate, of Memphis, receiver. He is a
a member of the firm of McDonald,
Thea & Co. The road is one which n
passes through Johnson City and sur- b
veyed to go to Minneapolis, Va. There
are about 30 miles of track laid in Ten- ti
nessee from North Carolina north. It s<
is said the Company owes about 8800,- r:
000 to contractors and engineers. A tl
New York creditor attached an engine n
yesterday and chained it to the track. e
The Massachusetts and Southern b
Construction Company which is build- 'I
ing the road goes into the handsof a si
receiver also. It is said the road owes
McDonald, Shea & Co. nearly $.500,000
Tate will take possession at once.
The circulation of the blood-quick- si
ened and enriched-bears life and en- o:
ergy to every portion of the body; ap- o
petite returns; the hour of rest brings
with it sound repose. This can be se- ti
cured by taking Dr. J. H. McLean's b
Cotton Market. ti
The Newberry cotton market as n
quoted yesterday by 0. McR. Holmes ft
Good Middling Si o
Low Middling 8 - C
Good Ordinary 79 a:
flo ' tI
owthe Next House Will Stand.
WAsHNGTON, December 6.'-Clerk e&
McPherson of the House of Represen- fr
tatives has just had printed an unoffi- tI
cial list of the members-elect of the ti
next House, showing 88 Republicans, ti
234 Democrats, and 8 Farmers' Al- cl
liance. One district, the twenty-eighth 0
of New York, is set down as uncertain, J
aud one, the second Rhode Island, is e~
marked vacant. d
The only cn:-e for Coughs,
Colds, and all other diseases of ~
the Throat and Laogs, is Robert- ti
son's Cough Syrup. Manuf act- 0
u.red and for sale at h
ROBERTSON & GILDER, t
Corner Drug Store
Santa Claus' Headquarters!
That prince of good fellows-that -c
dear old Santa Claus-is on his rounds, c
and the hearts of the people rejoice at C
his coming. And well they may, for u
what period of all the year brings such
joyousness to each individual? It is a
time when some of us turn our backs ~
for the nonce on grim-visaged care, and
ndulge ourselves in remembrance of
others. Alas that it were not so with
all! A rich profusion is made for the
coming Xmas-tide and the place is p
Pelham's. Call and see the beautiful I'
goods for all ages. Presents for sweet- ~
heart, wife, or friend. Toys for the ~
children, and a thousand and oner
things for everybody. No charge for
looking. Call at Pel ham's and see for a
yourself. tf. u
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, whenL
in need of a laxative and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious the
most gratifying results follow its use',
so that it is the best family remedyr
known and every family should have a
The quality of the blood depends
much upon good or bad digestion and
assimilation. To make the blond rich p
se life and strength-giving constituents e
in Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla. a
It will nourish the properties of the h
blood, from which the elements of vi- i'
tality are drawn.
Children who are troubled with
worms may be quickly relieved by
giving them Dr. J. H. McLean's Liquid
Vermifuge. It kills and expels worms.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
D AT SHORI
at Low e4 Poi
asufo to Sqow 0
THE TI 11.0 PART YSCHE1E.,
The Aliance Make- a C.i to Give it
OCALA Fla.. ec.5.-National Secre
ary Turner su bilitted his annual re
ort last night, but it is incomplete
wing to the constant payment of sub
dlialice (Lies during this session.
)uring the past year1,06i) new charters
ere issued to Sub Alliances as follows:
Vest Virginia, 252; Colorado, 152; In
iana, 1:2; Michigan, 106; Virginia, 95;
llinois, 87; South Carolina, S3; Ohio,
1; Pennsylvania, 59; New Jersey, 21)
linnesota, 5; Iowa, 5; Oregon, 1; Okla
State charters lave been issued to
Lie following States: Indiana, Illinois,
olorado, Michigan, West Virginia,
lklahoma and North Dakota.
Feeling over the passage of the anti
lection bill resolution of Wednesday
,as high, and there is strong pressure
eing nade for the introduction of a
solutioi to expunge it from the re
ords of the Alliances.
The third party niovement is gaining
The presence here of so nmany repre
ntatives of national labor and indus
-ial or-anizations strengthens the
pinion that the entire "reform" ele
ent in the country will join this new
Western and North western delegates
re said to be l>ractically united in en
orsing the Rice-Davis call, and it is
redicted that they will demand of the
outhern delegates of the Allia nce that
bey join in the movement. This pay
ient of a debt is assured to Western
Aliance men who sat by and raised no
rotest against the anti-election bill
?solution. It is beheved, however,
hat the Southern members will re
ounce no particle of their allegiance
> the Democratic party. This third
arty project is the uppermost topic of
iscussion at the hotels and everywhere
i the city outside the Alliance hall,
>me question having been raised as to
ie unanimous endorsement of the St.
,ouis platform by the National Alli
ace last year.
Livingston, of Georgia, this morning
loved its adoption by the present
Some debate followed, but the nio
on was adopted, with an amendment
> as to demand government control of
Lilroads and telegraph lines, and if
us shall not result in relief to the
tasses and in checking or curing the
isting evils, the government shall
acome actual owners of such lines.
his platform does not include the
THE THIRD PARTV CALL.
OCA LA, Fla., Dec. 5.--The following
the call for the third party con ference
gned by General Rice and John Davis,
Kansas, and by about seventy-five
;ber Alliance men.
"Whereas, in unity there is strength,
ierefore it is desirable that there should
a union of all the variously named
dustrial organizations that stand on
>mmon grounds. *To this end invita
ons from the various States whose
imnes are hereto signed make this call
r a national convention to be comn
>Sed of delegates from the following
ganizations : Farmers' Alliance, Far
ers" Mutual Benefit Association,
itizens Alliance, Knights of Labor
id all other industrial organizations
iat support the principles of the St.
ouis agreemnent to 18s0; each State
ganization to send one delegate from
tch congressional district and two
om the State, at large and each dis
ict organization to send not less than
iree delegates and each county delega
on not less than one delegate to be
uosen according to the custom of the
-ganization during the month of
muary, 1891. Also that the editor of
Lch newspaper is hereby invited as a
alegate that has advocated the prin
pIes of the St. Louis agreement and
ipported the Alliance candidatesI
ominated in 1890. The delegates to
leet in Cincinnati, Ohio, Monday, the
d day of Fe bruary, 1891, at 2 o'clock
:im., for the purpose of forming a
ational Union party based on the
indainental ideas of finance, transpor
Ltion, labor and lands in furtherance
the work already begun by those
ganizations and preparatory for a
nited struggle for the country and
nime in the great political conflict now
3nding that will decide who in this
>untry is sovereign "the citizen, or
POST OFFIC'E, N:wirERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
ecember 10, lIw.
ier, William C Garrey, Delbhe
isman, Annia Hlorsey, Shepard
rasson, JTames Nobles, M rs Mar:mtret
trville, Miss F M Robson, Samniel
>okiey, sam'1 F Rines, Mrs. Rtaney
ehron, Phililip WVheaton, Miss S
Persons calling for the above letters will
lease say that they were advertised.
iR. MOORMAN, P. M.
A Scrap of Paper Saves Her Life.
it wasjnst an ordir ary scrap of wrapping
:tper, but it. saved her life. She was in the
.st stages of consumnpt'on, told by phlysiiatns
iat she was incmr:ahh and couid lit e oniy
short time ;she weighed less than seventy
ounds. on a piece of wrapping paper she
:ad Dr. King's New D)iscove1y Nnd get a
Lmple h)ottle ;it helped her. she bought
large bottle, it helped her more, bought
mi.her and grewv better fast, continued its
se and is now strong. healthy, rosy, anud
lutmp, weighing 110pouds. For fuller par.
culars sendl stamp to W. ii. Cole, Dlruggist
ort Smuithi. Trial Bottle of this wenderful
iscovery Fre(e at Ro"bertson .& Gi:dter's
If you feel "out of sorts," cross and
eevish take Dr. J. H. McLean's Sarsa
arilla; cheerfulness will return and life
rill acquire new zest.
The trans'itlon from long, lingering and
tinful sicknecss to ro bust h,ealth mi,arks an
poch in thme health ot tihe individual. Such
remnaikable event is treasured in tihe mem
ry ahid the aaeney whereby the good health
a,s been attained is gratefully blessed. Hence
ist hat so miuch is heart in pra ise of Electric
itters. so imny feel they owe their resto
L,tbon toh-althI to the use of the GSreat Al
~rattve Tonic. If you are troubled with any
iseanse of lKidnieys. Liver or Stomach. of lon'g
ur short standhir'g you w itl Sureiy tli relief
y use of Elenctric Bitters. Sold at 50W. $i
er bottle at Robertson & Gilder's Drug
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. i17, 1889.
Do-einber 3.1, 19o, by Rev. A. A
Gilbert, Mr. Walter V. Cauthen, 0
Kershaw County, and Miss Carrie V
Abrais, of Newberry County.
M1fany Persons are broken
down from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuildsthe
System. aids digestion, removes excess of bie,
and cures mudari& Get the genuine.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Both the method and results when
Byrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
ind refreshing to the taste, and acts
rently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
'em effectually, dispels colds, head
iches and fevers and cures habitual
:onstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
)nly remedy of its kind ever pro
luced, pleasing to the taste and ac
-eptable to the stomach, prompt in
ts action and truly beneficial in its
ffects, prepared only from the most
iealthy and agreeable substances, its
nany excellent qualities commend it
:o all and have made it the most
)opular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
md $1 bottles by all leading drug
ists. Any reliable druggist who
nay not have it on hand will pro
,ure it promptly for any one who
,vishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,
LO0UISVILL.E, XY. NEW Y9RK, Ni..
[ OR AN AUTHORIZED AGENT,
, will be at the following places at
he times named for the purpose ol
aking returns of personal property fox
he year 1891.
At Newberry, from the 1st to 19th
Prosperity, January 20 and 21.
William Long's, January 22.
St. Luke's, Januaay 23.
Dead Fall, January 24.
C. D. Spearman's, January 26.
Chappells, January 27.
Lougshore's Store, Jaguary 28.
Jalapa, January 29.
Cromers, January 30.
May binton, January 31.
Glymphville, February 2.
Walton, February 3.
Pomnaria, February 4.
Jolly Street, February 5.
Rev. J. A. Sligh's, February 6.
And at Newberry until February the
.0th ; after which time the law re
Luires a penalty of 50 per cent. to be
All notes and mortgages and moneyl
re taxable, and all persons betweer
he ages of 21 and- 50 years of age art
iable to poll tax unless exempt by law.
WV. C. CROMER,
PRCF. P. M. WHITMAN3
716 BROAD ST,~ AUGUSTA, BA,
CIV ES FREE EYE TESTS
'or Presbyopia-old sight,-Myopia
lear sight,-Hyperopia-far sight
simple Compouud aud Mixed Astig
natism-irregular curve of the cornet
>f two eyes-and Asthenopia-weals
~ight. Broken lenses replaced wbhl
y'ou wait. Repairing of all kinds
3culists' prescriptions filled.
Testimonials from Rev. Lansinr
Burrows, Rev. Wmn. F. Cook, Rev. J
4. Patterson, Dr. J. S. Coleman, Dr. S
P. Hunt, Dr. V. G. Hitt, Dr. WV. C
WXardlawv, D'-. M. A. Clecklew, Rlober1
Ef. May, Mayor Ker Boyce, Postmas
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