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I. MOORMAN. P. M.
_Nwer compositor wanted at
.teady employment to the
14lance Meeting. M
,den Alliance will hold a
turday,r27th instant, at 10
ers. All the members are
horses, one mule and one
on for sale. Those who
hase call on Capt. A. P.
The Oil Mill.
ill is now ready for work.
light was tested on Satur
On Tuesday the machinery
work and some oil was
ular work will not be com
til the first of January.
hristiuas by Mail.
umber of Christmas pack
ing sent ioy mail through
rry postoflice. Postmaster
says it required almost the
ices of one persoD on Tues
ling stamps on the packages.
ered mail has also been very
)Lits! Fruits!! Fruits!!!
Lemons, Bananas, Dates,
igs, Raisins, Nuts, &c., at
Accident to a Child.
enry, the little son of 'Mr.
'happell, fell out of the
y morning, 19th mstant,
bigh. Dr. Jas. M. Kib
aje, and the little fellow
leritbs old-bore the opera
eiero. He is getting along
~"nt a nice Picture Frame or
-to Salter's Photograph Gal
.;uck Wheat and finest New
v Orleans Molasses to be had
have just opened out a full line
satmas Goods. Prices reasonable.
7 -sk your patronage.
- E. ECHER, HOUSEAL & KIBLER.
he McKinley Bill Has Done It !
ned Goods have advanced. Come
land ipply yourself before I dispose of
any s ck-purchase before the rise.
tf F. B. MICINTOSH.
The NeWberry Buiding and Investment
Is prepared to buy all kinds of county
claims, real estate in country or town,
-and make loans in any amount, at all
times on good security. For Terms see
the Secretary and Treasurer. Install
mnents due the last of each month.
R. H. WEARN,
Treas. N. B. & I. Co.
Newberry, S. C.
Gov. Tillman has made the following
appointments for Newberry County,
and they have been confirmed by the
Mlaster-Silas Johnstone, New berry.
Supervisor of Registration-D. M1.
Jury Comminissioner-J. N. Feagle,
Township No. 10.
TR1A L JUSTICES.
Newberry-R. C. Mlay bin.
Prosperity-P. E. Wise.
Townships No. .5 and T-W. C.4Sligh.
Township No. 6-W. G. Peterson.
Township No. S-N. WV. Gregory.
Township No. 11-C. P. Dickert.
At an extra commnun'cation of Amity
Lodge, No. 57, A. F. 3M., held MIonday
night, December I'nd, the following
oflicers were installed to serve the en
suing 3Masonic year:
Jno. 0. Peoples, WX. ML
N. B. MIazyck, S. W.
Geo. A. MIoody. .J. W.
L. 3M. Speers, Trreasurer.
J. H. 31. Kiuard, Secretary.
J. E. Crosby, S. D.
F. WV. Britten, 1Stewards.
0. P. Saxon,
A. W. T. Simnmons, Tiler.
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 appreciated. Write
me for terms and prices before buying
elsewhere. L. A. HAwKINs,
Newvberry, S. C.
At a regular meeting of the Board of
Stewards of the Buncombe Street
M1ethodist Church, held a few days ago,
it was un1an1imous!y agreed to raise the
salary of the Rev. J. A. Clifton, pastor,
from'81,200) to $1,500 per annum. The
church has contemplated such action
for some time and made the change
shortly after it was known that Mir.
Clifton would be returned here by the
Conference.-Greenville News, 20th.
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 Ist January. 1S91. They are
selling out at New York cost. tf
Robbery at Chappells.
On last Sunday ::ight between 8 and
11 o'clock the stores of MIr. WV. R. Keith
and D)r. WV. J. Holloway at Chappells
were broken into, and a considerable
quantity of goods taken therefrom.
Somec of thiem had been in the halbit
of sleeping there, but on1 this night no
one was there. The door of the store
of 3Mr. Keith was broken op)en, and the
entrance to D)r. Holloway's store was
made through a window.
There was no0 money left in the
drawers and the only things taken
were in the shape of merchandize.
They cannot estimate definitely how
much was taken. So far there is no
clue to the perpetrators of this robbery.
Children.C.ry for Pitcher's_Castoria:
A BIG LO
VAIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The College will have vacation until
Thursday, January 1.
Our merchants have all had a good
trade despite the low price of cotton.
Mr. J. H. Hunter advertises a good
farm for rent two miles from Pros
The railroad is sellin- excursion
tickets at 4 cents a mile, good to the 3d
The Graded Schools suspended exer
cises on Tuesday, and will have vaca
tion until Monday, January 5.
We extend to our readers the com
pliments of the season and wish them
all a Merry and a Happy Christmas.
The new Board of County Conimis
sioners is expected to take charge to
The Busy Bees will give an eater
tainment in the A. R. Presbyterian
church to-morrow (Friday) at 7.30 p. m.
The recent buyers of real estatE in
New berrv did not "corner" the market,
but nearly all of them got corner lots.
The Herald and News comes out as
usual on Thursday. We never get in a
hurry but always try to get there on
A car load of negroes passed up the
road on Saturday on their way to
Texas. They were from the eastern
part of the State.
Sam. B. Jones has a phonograph at
his store. You drop a nickel in the
slot and it plays one of its six tunes.
Mrs. Eloise M. Brown offers some
household goods for sale. See notice
in another column.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Boozer have
moved to town and occupy their house
on the corner of McKibben and O'Neall
The County Commissions will hold
a meeting to-morrow, Friday, when
the election for poor house keeper, phy
sician and clerk of board will be held.
Tobacco dealers will find it to their
interest to call on J. S. Reid, U. S. Com
missioner, if they desire a rebate on
tobacco purchased by them.
Track laying on the Columbia, New
berry and Laurens Railroad was com
pleted on Monday. between Newberry
On the bill to reduce the per diem
pay of the members of the Legislature
Mr. Hardy voted against it; Mr. Scott
voted for it and Mr. Blease did not
Mr. D. B. Wheeler had his fine bay
mare to die on Monday last-the third
horse he has lost in fifteen months.
The mare was valued at S1&5, and Mr.
Wheeler just bought her about three
Some of the cars of the Lau rens freight
train were derailed on Saturday morn-,
ing near Jalapa, delaying the passen
ger about five hours.
Newberry saw, at high noon on Mfon
day, another bright and flaming illus
tration of the need of cisterns in the
suburbs, or, what is better, a system of
water works for the whole town.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
will give an entertainment on Tuesday
night, 30th instant, at the residence of
Mrs. Geo. McWhirter. Refreshments
will be served. The public is invited.
V. C. Badham is offering first-class
machinery at bargains. He represents
the old and reliable house of Talbot &
Son's, Richmond. Read his advertise
ment in another column and corre
spond with him.
Mr. Eugene Greneker is home for
Miss Lizzie Ruff returned to New
berry last week.
Dr. James McIntosh has returned
from New York.
Mrs. Copeland, of Clinton, is visiting
her daughter Mrs. J. W. Earhardt.
Mrs. E. C. Connor, of Cokesbury, is
visiting relatives in Newberry.
Miss Lucy Bowers has returned home
from Baltimore to spend Christmas.
Mr. J. C. Wilson, Jr., is home for the
holidays from Huntersville, N. C.
Miss Katie Miller, of Charleston,-is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. S. N. Evans.
Miss Emma Riser is home from Con
verse College to spend the holidays.
Mr. Mord Foot, of Athens, Ga., is
spending several days in Newberry.
MIrs. J. WV. Humbert is spending a
few days in Newberry.
Mrs. Henry Gallman, of Ninety-Six,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. E. Mc
Mr. Henry L. Knightton is at home
for the holidays from the Medical. Col
lege at Atlanta.
Mr. E. P. McKissick, of the News
and Courier, was in town the early part
of the week.
Mrs. WV. H. WVallace and Miss Lucy
Speers have gone to Ridge Springs to
spend Christmas with relatives.
Mr. J. T. Nicholas, Secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. at Greenville, spent Sun
day very pleasantly in Newberry .
Mrs. Besom, of Nashua, N. H., and
her daughter, Miss Jennie, are visiting
her sister, Mrs. Holbrook.
Miss Hettie Bell Lake, of the Win
throp Training School, is spending
Christmas in New berry.
Mr. T. E. Kinara, formerly of New
berry, is now em&rineer on the Geor
gia, Carolina and~Northerui Railroad,
and is living at Abbeville.
Mr. Burr H. Johnstonie, princip)al of
the school at Timmonsville, S. C., is
spending the holidays at home.
Miss Nellie Chapman, of the Spartan
burg graded school, is spending the
holidays at home in New berry.
Miss WVillie Cozby, of the South
Carolina College for Womnen, came up
from Columnbia on Saturday to spend
the holidays at home.
Dr. Jas. H. Mc intosh, of New York,
has returned to Newberry to practice
his profession with his father, Dr. .Jas.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Robertson, of
Newberry, and their son, Mr. Frank
Robertson, of Charleston, left Monday
on a short trip to New York.
Mrs. W.:R. B. Farr and her daughter
Mrs. Miller, of Greenville, are visiting
their friends, Mr. and Mrs,'J. P. Pool,
Misses Rosa and Lula Chase and
Masters Charlie and J. P. Chase, of
Spartan burg, are spending the holidays
with their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Pool.
Mrs. Glarlington, wife of Lieutenant
Garlington, of the 7th U. S. Cavalry,
arrived on Monday from Fort Riley,
Kansas. She will spend the winter in
Newberry, stopping at the Rutl' House.
Buckler's Armca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, Uleers. Salt Rheumn. Fever Sores. Tfet
ter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positiv ly cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction. or money refunded
~'rice 25 cents per box. For s'ale by Robert
T OF GOODS
aishing Goods ir
[to Soo our StoCK
Movements for 1891.
Mr. C. C. McWhirter will board at
the -Ruff House."
Mr. B. B. Hunter will move to the
Balcony house ou Pratt street on Jan
ir. Jordan R. Green has rented Mrs.
Lake's house on Adams street and will
move January 1st.
Dr. E. C. Jones will move into the
Boyce house on Pratt street.
Mr. Thos. E. Summers will move to
the Sproles house on Pratt street.
Capt. C. W. Bishop will move to the
Cl;ne house on Harris street.
Mr. C. F. Boyd, County Treasurer
elect, has rented Mr. B. B. Hunter's
house in "Brooklyn" and will move to
town early in the new year.
Auditor W. C. Cromer has moved to
town and occupies the house on Har
rington street opposite Mr. Pearson's.
Mr. Geo. B. Cromer will move into
his house on Calhoun street, which he
has bought from Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr.
J. W. White has moved to his house
on Cline street.
Mrs. Metts will move to her house,
corner of Caldwell and Boundary streets.
Mr. G. A. Moody will move to Mrs.
Eloise M. Brown' house, corner of
Callwell and Johnstone streets.
Mr. Robert FMoorman will move to
his house on Cornelia street, in Brook
Mr. Howard H. Franklin has rented
rooms at the Sproles house and moved
Steward's Meet lng.
The stewards of the Newberry cir
cuit will meet at the parsonage on
Tuesday, 30th instant, at 11 a. m.
A. J. KILGORE, Chairman.
More Real Estate Sales.
Mr. J. N. Godsey has bought the
house on the corner of Adams and
Harrington streets from M. A. Carlisle,
Esq., for $2,500.
Mr. J. C. Myers has bought the
house on the corner of McKibben and
Boundary streets from Mr. W. H.
Wallace for $1,900.
Mr. L. W. C. Blalock has bought the
house on the corner of Caldwell and
Boundary streets from Mr. J. H. Ruff
The Rev. W. W. Daniel will preach
in the Methodist church to-day (Tburs
day) at eleven o'clock. He will also
preach in the Methodist church next
Sunday morning and night.
A service appropriate to Christmas
will be held in the Lutheran church
to-day at 12 m., closing in three quar
ters of an hour. The public is invited.
Rev. WV. C. Lindsay, of Columbia, is
expected to preach in the Baptist
church next Sunday morning.
A sermon appropriate to the closing
year will be preached by Rev. WV. C.
Shaeffer in the Lutheran church next
Rev. W. C. Lindsay is expected to
preach at the union service on next
Sunday night at the Presbyterian
Telegraph Line on the C., N. and L.. Road.
CoLUMBIA, December 20.-A tele
graph line is now being built along the
line of the Columbia, Newberry and
Laurens railway by the WVestern Union
Telegraph company. Poles are up as
far as Chapins, 18 miles from Colunm
bia.-Special to Charleston WVorld.
WVhen this line is completed to New
berry we hope that we will get that
telegraph office over in town, that we
have been needing and talking about
so long. The telegraph service in New
berry is very inefficient. One man can
not handle the business efficiently and
act as ticket agent, and also attend to
the railroad business. An uptown
telegraph office is greatly needed, and
now is the time to get it.
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
St.' James Lutheran church at Ja
pa was dedicated last Sunday. Rev.
. C. Schaeff'er, of New berry, preached
the sermon and conducted the dedica
tory services. The large congregation
gave close attention to all the exercises,
which lasted more than two hours.
Mr. WV. C. Sligh was elected elder,
and Messrs. S. B. Aull and XW. C. Swit
ten berg deacons.
A very handsome pulpit Bible was
presented to the church by Messrs. .E.
P. Matthews and J. B. Campbell, of
Tfhe new church begins with fine
prospects for future growth and useful
On Thursday night last four prison
ers broke out of the New berry jail and
made good their escape.
They were locked up in the iron cell,
but managed to get hold of one of the
iron bars that was used as a leg for the
bunk and prized open the heavy iron
lock to the cell.
-Three of them, Jefi, Howard and
Wil Ruff, were commintted on the 6th
of November, charged with assault and
battery with intent to kill. The negro
they cut was about to get well and prep
arations were about perfected to have
'them released on bond.
The other one who escaped was Mark
Glenn who was only arrested the Mon
day before charged with stealing cotton
seed from Mr. T. F. Harmon on Satur
day, the 13th instant.:
They have not yet been recaptured.
PELHAM'S ABLAZE WITH
Christmas approaches and al
ready we hear the footsteps of
Santa Claus' Reminder. Beauti
ful goods at Pelham's and every
thing needed for sweet heart, wife
or friend at Pelham's.
Needing a tonic, or children who want build
ing up. should take
BiROWW'S 1RON BI'1gTERS.
It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, IndI
gstion, Biliousness and Liver Complaints.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria:
TO BE SOL
- En-les- Viei
aRui PRic. L P
We clip) the followilng plea ant en
tion from the Columbia Meisitr of t ie
18th instant. It is a merited colii
ment to a popular young couiple:
"The residence of A. C. Jines, l,E.,
on Sumter street, was yesterdav atter
noon the scene of a happy gaiherim .
Trhe occasion was the weddin (if IkIi3
Sara Greneker and Mr. Cn:nphell Da
vis, both of Newberry. The bride is
the daughter of the late Thomas F.
Greneker and sister of Mrs. A. (. Jones,
and is one of the mlost attractivt and
popular young ladies of Newberrv.
The grool is recognized as on,3 of the
most genial, enterprising and steriniig
young men of that city, and the happy
couple set out on life's journey with
the brightest prospects for future hap
piness and success. After the nuptial
ceremony the guests enjoyed a sump
tuous dinner at the hospitable board,
presided over by Mr. A. C'. Jones and
his estimable lady, and after an hour
spent in the happiest social intercourse
with their friends possible to such a
joyous occasion, the bride and groom
left on the evening train for their fu
ture home in 'Newberry."
Set vedevery day atJones'
hestaurant. Meals fur
nished at any hour on short
An Accidental Fire.
The one-story dwelling-house on
Cline street, belonging to Mr. Willis
Lathrop, of Columbia, and occupied by
Policeman H. H. Franklin was Furned
on Monday, 2-Ind instant, at 11.30 a. ni.
No one was in the house at the time
Mr. Franklin being in Edgefield and
Mrs. Franklin was down town. Per
sons in the neighborhood saw a dense
smoke coming out the stove flue and
gave the alarm. The house was soon
in flames and could not be saved by the
fire department, which prornptly re
sponded and built a dam across Scott's
Creek on Nance street to get a supply
No fire had been made in the stove
since the morning before. It is sup
posed the fire was caused by a defect
ive flue, and had been burning a num
ber of hours before blazing out.
Mr. Franklin lost nearly all his house
hold goods-including three fine hogs
just salted away-amounting to 820.
No insurance. The house was insured
for $500, which about covers the loss.
Thbe pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing eff'ects of Syrup of Figs, when
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 remedy
known and every family should have a
Frank Leslie's Pop)ular Monthly for Jan
Has an elegant cover in colors and
gold, while its contents, literary as well
as artistic, are notably rich and varied.
"The Census," in its most significant
and picturesque phases, is analyzed,
with tihe accompainmwent of many ic
tures, by Frederick S. Daniel. "The
Amateur Photographer and his Cam
era," by S. M. Gibson, is an illustrated
paper full of information and enter
tainmenlt. D. E. Hervey contributes
an article on "American Mfusic and
Composers," with which are given
portraits of twenty eminent living com
posers belongiingto our time and coun
try. Other illustrated articles are :
"Edinburgh Revisited," by N. Mac
donald ; "The Avocado, or Alligato
Pear," by Anna M. Paris ; "Snakes and
Snake-charmers in Ceyloni," by F.
Fitz-Roy Dixon ; "Shark's-teeth Weap,
ons," by J. Carter Beard ; "The Feast
of Jul-Afton," by Wilf. P. Pond ; anId
"Theatrical Masks and Make-up," by
Alice Beard. There are short stories
by WV. 0. Stoddard, Lucy H. Hooper,
David Ker, John11 Macmullen. and
others; and poems by .Joaquin Miller,
Madison Cawein and ('osmo Monk
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Helena Hleraldings and News Notes.
Miss Emma Scott is at home for the
Miss 'Mamie Mangum is visiting
friends in Columbia.
Miss Emma Buzhardt is visit ing her
aunt Mrs. Emma H alfacre.
Miss Janie Boyd, of Georgia, is visit
ing her sister Mrs. J. 0. Rivers.
Miss Lilian Glenn is oil a visit to
her sister Mrs. .Jenkins, of Etlorce.
Mrs. W. F. Wright anId children, of
Lau rens County, are on a visit to rela
Prof. J. E. Buzhardt, Principal of
the Donalds High School, is spending
the holidays here.
Catarrh Can't be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tiolal disease, and in order to cure it
you have to take internal remedlies.
Hall's Catarrahl cure is t aken in ter'nally,
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces. H all's Catarrh Cure
is no0 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 complosedl of the
best tonics ruown, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. TIhe perfect com
bination of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonlderful results ill
curing catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
Sold by druggists, p)rice 7~c.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
D AT SHOW
at Lowe4 P c
l8asu8m to 81ow
HIEit.ILDIN, F14).M NO. 4;.
ChlgsAmcpn4z the nlhin:ANegro
Sho)otin.g scr:qpw -A M-ccl tof fr
The year 1:s with it- joy( and 4r
roWS WiIl S1,01n Clo-e. It ha-s :1-1 a year
0of Surp1)r ist's.- aIlit 1e4ilanI LI :; a II Ii ul ._. Ie*ra1
feeliniII of unre.-1st seel to pwrvade eve ry
where. We have izade fair erops Land
have mtiuch to he thlnkful for. I ut
price., have blen s! lwv th:.t the farmer
Is very little oniiev. ( ur labor Vs
demorafi.ed, asking ]iigher wa-es and
nearly all want to relit. We cannot
pay highller wagcs an11d live, and if we
rent to laborers anil furniii everyting,
we are gone under oursilves. What
will be the outcome iz hard to tell.
T. A. Floyd has gone to Texas. .1. G.
I Piester and family will leave soon for
the same State: W. B. Mo-ts goes to
(eorgia; 1). S. Jolilson to -Newberrv;
.Jaies S. Spearnman to Whitin:re.: Mr.
Wooten, of EdgeIield, colices among us
Mr. Rockefeller oil"'red the Bapti?ts
of this State $7,50) f.i Fmman k'ni
versity endowmiient if icy would ra i-C
$20,H110 y) *v 1st of Dceinber. 'Ihey
raised 82(),900, and now 'Mr. RIckeftller
offers $1,50 more to Forman if the
Baptists will raise $in,ano, and they
have gone to work to do it. The laiptists
of t lie State also raised 8 f:;,o for State
Missions during the last Convention
year, and want $1.5.000 for the next
year. The contributions of the Batptists
of the State have been the moist liberal
ever known, and they have mu1ore mem
bers than any other denomination in
Our colored people have been having
hot suppers every week, and on last
Friday night they had quite a shooting
scrape on J. F. JiLurton's "Cleland
place." Abb Mingo and Charley
Brown were seriously shot and Carter
Hill got a slight wound. The parties
will no)t tell who did the shooting.
J. H. Williams' dwelling house was
raided last Sunday night and a feather
bed and some quilts stolen. Howard
Stephens (colored) has been arrested
and Trial Justice Peterson will hold a
preliminary examination to-day.
A school house on J. K. P. Goggans'
Spearman place was burned a few
nights ago. Supposed to be incendiary.
The C. 1). Spearman store-house was
burtied a few days ago. On last night
a week ago Robert Floyd's (colored)
barn and stables was kerosened and set
a fire, but some parties passing saw the
fire and the house was saved. Robert
Floyd was burned out only a year or
two ago. Prince Cau-Ihiman (colored)
lost his gin-house, fodder, cotton seed
and some cotton by fire a few days ago.
Accidental- eaiused by spairks from the
engine. Loss aibout 8000;4 n]o insurance.
Our young~ people aire expecting a
pleasn t time Ch rist mas
Merry Christmais to all.
Dec. 22, 1'(. TE.LrL.
The only cure for Coughs.
Colds. mal all other diseases of
the Throat and Langs, is Robert
son's Cough Syrup. Manufact..
ured and for sale at
ROBER TSON & GILDER,
Corner Drug Store
A new and elegant perfume.
For sale by
]ELCHi ER, HOtSEAL & KILIllR.
Finest New Crop Layer Figs at
NOTES FiCOM[ EXELSIORt.
W\ork on the acadcnmy is about com
pleted and the new adidi'tion adds miuchi
to the con veniencce oCf the school-room.
School has about li fty pupils enrolled.
The recent cold weather has eatused a
number of our farnmers to be enitlying
p)udding and sausage. It is thouCtght
that the recent cold snap has ki lled (Cut
the insects that have been inj uring the
graini r Crops.
Advice in the air- in forms us t hat the
marriage bells will ring out in this
community at ani early (lay. We ex
tend our congratulations in adv~ance.
The H erald andl News has furnished
a foil and interesting account of the
inauguration of G.overiior TIilhn an.
We hope all will be well that ends
well. Let us have r.eace.
Prof. Wilder gave one of his amusing
concerts at the acadeimy on Tuesday
night last week. Thie entertainmi ent
was very well atLtnded andt mtuch eni
joyedl by the little foiks.
Mr. Wheeler's new resiCdence here is
going up) rap1idly and prtesents a nice
Mr. Lawson Shealy has moved to
Mr-. William Gr iflin's plaC'e ini ('olonyv
church community. Sonie other
changes are also taing place in lthe
neigt b orhiood.
Miss Sallie Kiblder, one oCf Helehna's
charming y-oung ladies is teaching
schIool at Rtidgeroad Acadlemy.
Mr. Crasson has b een spenldinug the
past week at hoCme frim his lace at
L ew ied ale.
M-. J. A. C. Killer reonests us to
state that .Joilly Street Farmeir-' Alli
ance, No.:; 4, will hold14 a spec4ial1 call
meeting on Saturday miorning, 27ih,
at 10) a. mn. A full attendamne of the
members is earnestly desired.
There wvould be far less comnplaint
against the whiskey business if peole
who d]rini.; would demiand( a line whis
key, of a standard brand, anld accept
no, other. There ate many st raighit and
well maturedl whiskies ont the mxarket,
but no other stands so high with the
miedical fraternity. anCd w ith connois
seurs, as the celebrated r. W. H AlwuexR
WtiMiEY, of Nelson County, Ken
The genuine T. WV. HA ama is sold
only hv THlOs. Q. HOO( ZE It,
Newberry, S. C.
-. . Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Iwc. 1. 1-', it t lie resideiice of the
rhi.s iather. bv Rev. J. H. Wyse,
1e 1imp'Sonl Long and 31,is
C'arr'o Litzstey-al! of -Newberry Co.,
D)ecernber P,1, by Rev. J. A.
SiiLi, Mr. 'avid Cook, of Prosperity,
to 1. Lizzie Kinard, of Jolly Street.
De . -i.i-r 21st. l O, by Rev. H. T.
SItili, Mr. I. 3. Sinth to Miss Flor
etni., dau-,hter of Mr. John A. Cromer
-bot i of Newberry County.
Dee. 17, 1-o, at the residence of Mr.
A. (. Jozies, Coliuibia, S. C., by Rev.
H. F. ('rietzberg, Mr. C. C. Davis
and Miss ara reneker-both of New
M\[r. Hivnry F. Rives died at the resi
dao -f h1is son-in-law, Mr. Wm. P.
Houl.al, i:i Nw\berry, on Thursday
afterjoon, ith istant, aged UG years,
3 mnths and 5 days.
Dr. (;vo. W. Garmany, of Newberry,
died on Sturday, 20th instant, aged
abwut 5 years. le had been a prac
ticig iipysician in Newberry for about
twen ty-seven years, with the exception
of about two ycars at Sumter, S. C.
Mr. Jaeob Kibler (lied at his home in
Helena on Sunday, 21st instant, in the
75th year of his a-e.
l'oST OFFi!E, NwRERRRY, S. C.
.ist of letters tinclained and advertised
Andr:. li A Fenly, P. R.
Ainder.,on, Jo.,i-phine G rc) elP
jrow ,o. %iec'. BalMr.ath
litt flly Herbert. Mr. clara
l M u . 11. P.att, Albert
H.oy.d, Katv Rvis, Eler
Batui t.'la rk teeds, F. 1.
Cannot). Ilwhitl snyith, Win. Bill
cimnitrs.Nis..,tt A spo, W elipe
CI1C,k, V1IuL;ie Thonipson,.D)eiey
Waaes, ll,3s Mary
Persons ealling for tih above letters will
lease :ty tiat tiley were advertised.
It MOOA F. M
100.,000 bushels Cot
ton, Seed at the Oil Mill.
Highlest cash price paid.
L. W. FLOYD,
Cheeeak viie Ti. an, anager.
A Woaan's Discovery.
PAnother wonderful discovery has been
rade a:tyI that too by a lady In this country.
I)jse.az!t 1-Listeneu,l its clutchies upon her and
for seven; years she withstood its severest
tests, but her vital organs wer undermined
n.d deat seednwl iatminent. For three
Hunig hes cah icel ad.l
tt. stee'y. ogh1 Tres a bottle r.
Aigs e Womn's soery.frCnumto
maedthat too byep alnih landy ithi onotry.
Disase nfastend isy cures. upner andi
tes. buther vita." orgas wre underHme
rim onth ohe couhedyN nc.esaty andre triuld
nottsleep ah boughrtsof u lds argotticofr.
Ths s wnha rlyd oun tavein first, yoe
mut sh:e ltull eni;oy life wThosndsotl
haesinenm miraenl dly, anred Hernname
cas Ltheridi otz. Thusandst W.o t.hou
Thipl is what houe tuht the ayain athio
boousAn het it maly eoy life Thousand
guauthee thnat nctiiterhosands upon thcod
ing to directions and the use persisted in, will
bring you Good Digestion and onst the demon
Dvsyebtsia andi install instead Edpepsy. We
ecoinmni Electric nitters for Dyspepsia
and all diseases of Liver stomach and Kid
nevs. Sohld at 50tc, andI $1.00 per bottle by
Roet o & G ider, Druggists.
F'or rheumatic and neuralgic pains
hr in Dr. J. H-. McLean's Volcanic
0i1 Liniment, and take Dr. J. H.Dic
Leans sarsanarilla. You will not suffer
Ilong, will be'gained with a speedy 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
tern effectually, 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, itr
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 S1 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
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, C AL.
LOUIS VILL.E, KY A NEW 10OK, N.Y.
Thi.' popular renmedy never fails to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all diseases arising frma
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
The natural result Is good appetite
an:1 solid fles.h. Dose small; elegant.
ly sunr coated and easy to swallow.
NEWBERR Y, S.C.
IAVIN(G leased the large and cen
tral located hiouse, formerly
he Fallaw House. I have opened a
irt-class Boardinig House and will
keep the table supplied with the best
the market af fords, and I can assure all
that the cooking cannot be surpassed.
Go0 d airy roonms.
I solicit the generous patronage o
the local-and traveling public.
MRS. B. H. LOVELACE.4
for Infants and Children.
"Castorlsisowenl adapted to childrenthiat QWtOrI2 cures WCc, ConsZtiPation.
Irecommend itas superiorto anypeSCipiO Sour StomLach. Diarrhcea. Eructation,.
known to me." H. L. m x. D., Xills worms, gives sieep, and promotes di
111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn N. T. Wt injurious ined&-cation.
"The use of TCastoria' IIs so universal and "For several years I hare recommended
its merits so well known that it seems & work your CAria,' and sball always eontinue to
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the do so as it has invariably produced beneWii
i ntelligent families who do not keep C=40oria results."
iti IU6571=361011-D.EDrN.~ F. P?ADLP. K. D.,
C eAR rk K" y D. "he Winthrop, 12th Street and 7th Ave.,
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Rorzned Chir New York City.
T=x CMr.a Com.AY, 77 M3CRA S-rM-, Nzw YoaM.
Cism al aud Brti
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JOH N F. SPECK,
How Far Can You See?
How far can we see from any given
height? This is a question that occurs
From theil tower, th bighest ai~i
ficial structure in the world, say 1,000
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 Ifor either a visitingo card or a
or socalquee parocarlya, hsuerin maminoth poster. We have
from loss of appetite, general debility, -facilities for printing
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.
Wetmoreland's Calisaya Tonic. Over
worked men _and enervated women etter Heads,
cannot do withut it. For sale by Note Heads,
SnaClaus' Headquarters! Bl ed
Thtprince of good fellows-that
dear old Santa Clans-is on his rounds,
and the hearts of the people rejoice at
his coming. And well they may, forB sies ar ,
what period of all the year bringe such
joyousness to each individual? It is a - Vstn ad
time when some of us turn our backs Evlps
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 S i as
Peiham's. al and see the beauifuPrga s
goods for all ages. Presents for sweet
heart, wife, or friend. Toys for the
children, and a thousand and one
things for everybody. No charge forWe
looking. Call at Pelham's and see for nhaJ~JS
If youhave painflisenesofGftigu,
brace ou up makeyoupsrongTndgs,
Whe you ae cotpated sense ad-ue
ache, or loss of appetite take Dr. J. H.
McLean's Liver and Kidney Pillets; Minutes of Meetings,
they are pleasant to take and will cure
you. ____ __Legal Blanks,
inTha shur-prd, cros, dyi etic
Lean's Sarsaparilla! It will make him' By-LaWS,
feel as well and hearty as the healthiest Crua'
of us. He needs bracing up, vitalizing,
that is all.
You can be cheerful and happy only a
whnyo=rewll f o eu of. 111Y .& flll iE