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day............... 3 P
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knd Saturday... 12
MOORMAN, P. 3
baeffer will preach
ran church, Jalap
in great variety. 1
cbaeffer, the past
Sunday at 11 a. I
he morning serm<
Going to Laurens.
The New berry Rifle Theatrical Com
pany held a nieeting Tuesday night
and decided to play "Capitola" at Lau
rens on Thursday night, the 21st.
For nice Spring Suits go to
Fell Off An Arch.
News was received in Newberry yes
terday (Wednesday) that a Mr. Blair,
of Fairfield, fell off the Laurens arch
in Columbia and broke bis skull. At
12 o'clock he was not expected to live.
An elegant assortment of Negligee
Shirts at BLALOCK'S. tf
At Leavell & Speers:-409 yards of
Carpet patterns: pretty. Price 50c. per
yard. Very cheap for the quality. tf.
Goods at a Sacrifice.
0. Klettner advert'ises bargains all
around this week. He is not "
sweetness on the desert air," either,
when he lets the people know how
he eclipsing "low prices."
Suits worth ,-2 2.50 for $17.50; worth
$16 00 for $12.00; worth S.l.50 for S8.0.
All to be had for the cash at L. W. C.
A Prosperity Company.
The Secretary of State yesterday
issued a commission to the Prosperity
Canning Company, Prosperity. Cor
porators: Asa F". Langford, Levi
~Bowers, William A. Moseley and Ar
thur If. Eohn. The purpose is to do a~
general canning business. The capita:.
stock is $.5,000, divided into 200 shares
at $2.5 eacb.-The State, 10th.
V"'~*-"'s. Arbuckle Bro.'s
A aCoffee, the best for the money,
f'1aeby F. B. McIntosh. ly.
No Doubt About It.
The neatest, finest finished and
cheapest shoes, all things considered,
are Ziegler Bro's. shoes, for ladies es
pecially, and gentlemen also. They
are the only ladies' shoes that will fit
and look well on an arched instep.
Smith .& WVearn always carry a superb
line of these shoes in the different
At Leavell & Bpeers.
Large and pretty line of WVali Paper
and Borders, ceiling and Extension
Centre. Call and see them. Willing
to show them. t f
Pickles! Pickles!! Pickles!!!
Mixed Pickles in barrels, Cucumber
Pickles in barrels, and a full assortment
of bottle pickles at McIntosh's. ly.
SStraw Hats in latest styles and end
less variety at BLALOCK'S. tf
-A hoase on Drayton street, owned by
Mr. Wmn. Langford, and occupied by
Wash Green, colored, was burned on
-Tuesday afternoon at about 6 o'clock.
No one was at homne when the fire
started. The occupan ts lost everything,
-including $100 in cash.
Douglas Garmnany, colored, who
lived about two miles from town, had
his house destroyed by fire on last WVed
-nesday afternoon, the 6th. There was
no one in the house at the time and
nothing was saved.
.The L.adies Delighted.=
The pleasarrt effect and the perfect
safety v-ith which ladies may use the
liquid fruit laxative, Syrup of Figs,
under all conditions make it their favo
rite remedy. It is pleasing to the eye
and to the taste, gentle, yet effectual in
acting on the kidneys, liver and bow
If you drink Soda Water at Pelham's
Drug Store, you will be served from
the finest and most elaborate Fountain
in the State of South Carolina. The
syrups are made from fruit juices, the
water is cold, pungent and sparkling,
and the service in all respects is first
class. It pays to drink water that is
properly made. Our experience of
nearly twenty years has taught us all
the points of advantage that only ex
perience can give.
Drink from "The Pelham." tf
The "Reliable" Brand.
The "Reliane'' brand of Hams and
Breakfast Bacon are the finest on the
market. Always on hand at McIn
Will be a good one for playing Ball.
You can find the fiest Base-ball goods
at the Bookstore. ly.
Newberry is not much given to dia
play, but her people always annually
observe Memorial Day and pay honor
to the heroic dead of thbe "Lost Cause."
The annual day fa ling on Sunday this
year, Monday was observed. At nine
o'clock a number of ladies and genthk
men assembled at the monument and
arranged for the decorations in the af
ternoon. The Confederate monument
was covered with tiowers and ent wined
with ivy, placed there by loving hands.
At six in the afternoon the meeting
was held at the muon umen t and prayer
was offered byv the Rev. WV. WV. Damiel
of the Methodist church and the sev
eral commmittees and individuals re
paired to the old grave-yard and to
Rosemont (Cemetery. where the grave
of the heroie dead were decorated with2
roses and filowers. b:.aring testimony t
the love and esteem .in which those
who fell fighting for what they be.lieved
.to be .ight .are held by our people.
We honor their memory. and it is
ri<rht that we should.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
ewberry sends a good delegation t
Columbia centennial this week.
ervices every afternoon this wee
o'clock in the Methodist churcl
he Lutheran Sunday-school ha
anged the hour of mteting from 4.3
m. to 9.30 a. m.
It was a welcome sound when th
in began to strike against the wir
ow panes on Tuesday night.
colored man at Mr. Walter N
-se's place, Upwell, was bitten by
a< dog last week. ,The dog wa
Rev, W. W. Daniel will deliver ai
n address on Children's Day at Mt. Plea,
ant church on Saturday, May ad.
er Bishop Granberry wi;.l preside at th
South Carolina Annual Conference a
Darlington in November next. Bisho
Du'ncan has been assigned to the Al
eI kansas district.
,d Mr. W. B. Aull has bought a lot oi
Johnstone street from the Buildin;
and Investment Company, and wil
build ou it soon and move to the cit3
in The Newberry Cotton Mills ba
bought 147 acres of land from M r. Ge:
m A. Langford, adjoining their presen
property. The price paid. is abou
m The strawberry and ice cream festivi
given by the ladies of the Presbyteriai
church on last Thursday night was
success and a very pleasant affair.
at Mr. B. F. Goggans desires The HeralI
at and News to say that he highly appre
ciates the nice lot of refreshments sen
him by the ladies of the Presbyterial
church. Mr. Goggans, you see, dc
nated the use of his hall for the entei
Y- tainment, and these good ladies di
not forget his kindness.
or ICE ! ICE !
,1t-ONES' ICE HOUSE
FULL SUPPLY ON HAND
PRICE LOW DOWN.
The celebrated Monogram Vinegar is
the best cider vinegar in the market.
Pickles were never known to spoil
when made with it. For sale at
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
tf Corner Drug Store.
Senator J. L. Keitt went to Ander
Mrs. S. J. Evans, of Roanoke, Va.,
is on a visit to relatives in Newberry.
Maj. P. E. Wise, of Prosperity, was in
town on Monday.
Miss Ella Donnald, of Anderson, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. White.
Miss Lucy Whaley has returned from
from Townville, S. C.
Rev. Jos. Q. Wertz and family of
Salisbury, N. C., arrived Monday on a
visit to Mrs. Wertz's mother, Mrs. E.
Dr. Jas. McIntosh returned Monday
from the Medical Association at AVash
Will Give Satisfactory Results.
Cotton Seed Meal to youryoungcorn
at second plowing. Try it. 3t.
The only cure for Coughs
Colds; arnd all other diseases of
the Throat and Lung,: is Robert-f
son's Cough Syrup. Manuf act
tred and for sale at
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
-Corner Drug Store
ABBEvILLE, May 9.-Capt, and Mrs.
L. W. White celebrated the twentieth
anniversary of their marriage last night
by inviting a number of their friends
to spend the evening enjoyed by those
present.-Special to the State.
Mr. and Mrs. WV. H. Hammond, of
Laurens, accompanied by their little
grand-daughters, Louise and Abbie
Beulah Hampton, spent a day last
week with friends in th'e village, while
on their way to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Callahan, at Piedmont. Mr.
Hammond sustained an injury to bis
hand some time ago and has not been
able to run his engine for nearly two*
How grateful we all should be for the
rain which has broken the long and
serious drought and relieved us from
the annoyance and discomfort of the
impalpable and often impure dust
thrown up in clouds day by day. We
are helpless when the windows of
heaven are closed against us.
To break a broken arin is a painful if
not serious thing ; and this what Master
Clare Bowers again did by some strange
fatality, last Saturday evening. He
had just taken the arm from the sling
tbat day. Dr. Jas H. Mcintosh reset
the arm and the patient is doing well.
ReA. J. WV. McClure will preach in
the chapel here next Sunday night.
The public is cordially invited to attend
Just received some new frames, Louis
XIV style-oxidized and genuine sil
SALTER'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
Will be open every Sunday 9 to 10
a.nm.; 12 to I p. m.; 6to 7p. m. Ice
tickets for sale at my store.
tf SAM B. JoNES.
/ Alliance Lectures.
Hon. J. A. Sligh left on Monday for
Greenville, where he will join the Hon.
Ben. Terrell and by request of the
State Exchange will accompany Mr.
Terrell on his lecturing tour of the
State. Mr. Terrell has appointments
to lecture two days at a place in
Ieach Congressional District. He
opened thbe campaign at Greenville on
Monday. To-day,. Wednesday. and
to-morrow, Thursday, he will fill his
appointment in this Congressional Dis
trict at Anderson. The Alliance has
arranged for a series of lectures in all
the States, the idea being to instruct
the Alliance in Alliance principles and
to impress upon them Alliance de
mands, and to endeavor to unify and
solidify the Alliance in ibe purpose to
accomplish these demands. The Alli
ance is preparing for a vigorous cam
paign. Mr. Sligb said there would be*
a meeting of the lecturers at Anderson
to-day, Wedinesday, from the several'
counties of the Third Congressional
District, for the purpose of organizing
the district legislative council, men
tion of which was made.in The Herald
and News some time ago, and also
that this council would elect a district
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
C. N. AIND L.
Trains Put on the New Road Between N
K ~berry and Clinton.
The first schedule on the new ro
between Newberry and Clinton beg.
operation on Monday 11th. The trs
went up from Newberry at 5 a. m.
Clinton for the start. The schedule
Leave Columbia...... ................. 5
N ewberry..................................... 7
Gary's Lane.............................. 8
K inards........................... ---- ...... 8
Goldville .................. .. 8
Dover Junction,.......................---. S
e Arrive Clinton.......................... 8
t EAST. A.:
Leave Clinton.............................. 7
Dover Junction ................. 7
Goldville.................... ......-- -- - 7
Gary's Lane................................. 7
Jalapa .................. ........-.... ..----. 7
Arrive Columbia.......................... 9
s Newberry................. 8
The mail train will be put on ne
t Monday, passing Newberry about
t p. m.
A special train on the Columbia ai
Greenville railroad runs the 13th, 14
and 1.5th from Hodges to Columbi
The train leaves Newberry at 7.30
- m., and arrives at Columbia at 9.35
t m. Returns from Columbia at 10.
I p. in., and arrives at Newberry at 12
The C. N. and L. is running the f
I lowing special schedule between Ne,
berry and Columbia on the 13th, 14
Leave Newberry ................. 7.00 a. ;
Arrive Columbia................. 8.45 p. i
..Lve 8ubtld............5.00 p. I
The round trip tickets from Newber
ry are $1.80, and Prosperity $1.60 on
AT ALL HOURS DAY OR
NIGHT AT LOWEST FIG
URES AND IN ANY QUAN
JAMES DUNBAR, AGT.
We have just opened a fresh
stock of Buist's Celebrated Gar
den Seed. Remember, it is im
possible for you to have a good
garden unless you plant good
seed. Buist's Seeds have had a
national reputation for fifty odd
years. If you desire that your
gardening should be always a
success, plant Buist's Seeds, and
buy them fresh from
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
ly Drug Store.
THE THREE C'S.
The Plan or Reorganization Agreed to
the Line to be.Completed in Tennessee
LNew York Financial Indicator.]
The bondholders of the Charleston,
Cincinnati & Chicago Railroad Com
pany have agreed to a plan of reorgani
zation, under which they give up their
first lien on the property for $6,567,000,
and remit a new mortgage for $2,500,
000, to be placed ahead of their bonds.
This plan may rescue the road from its
difficulties. Th7e proceeds of this new
loan will be used in completing a num
ber of gaps in the line of road in Tennes
see that will make the whole line of
valde. It is understood that the new
loan can be fioated. The accomplish
ment of this plan would enhance the
value of the present bonds, and would
in consequence assist in straightening
out the affairs of the suspended firm of
Barker Bros., and of the Investment
Company, of Philadelphia.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
F. J CHENEY & CO., Props., Tole
We the undersigned, have known
F.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
WEST & TRA Ux,Wholesale Druggists,
WALDING, KIXsAN & MAvIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucuous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Drug
The prettiest line of Neckwear ever
ofered in New berry is to be found at
To arrive at Leavell & Speers, a full
line of Children's Carriages. Call and
see them. - tf
The Herald and News mentioned
several weeks ago that the Prosperity
A. R. Presbyterian church had 'called
Rev. D. G. Phillipps, Jr., to become
their pastor. He has accepted the call
and will soon take charge.. Mr. Phil
lipps is a son of the Rev. Dr. Phillip ps,
of Georgia. He is a graduate of Es
kine'College and Seminary and has
spent two terms at Princeton. He
was ordained to the full work of the
ministry at the second Presbytery at
Due West one month ago. He is a
young man of much promise in the
Heraldings From No. 6.
. The oat crop will be shortened con
siderably by the dry weather. Cotton
can't get u p, and the farmers are rather
blue. We had frost three mornings last
week but very little damage.
Mr. John A. Werts is quite sick with
Rev. C. D. Man preached at Trinity
Saturday and Sunday. Both sermons
were good. The sacrament of the
Lord's supper was administered Sun
day. Thbere was a large congregation
I do not think No. 6 will send much
of a force to Columbia this week, al
though we would love to hear Gen.
Wade Hampton speak once more.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 1y, 1889.
w- The Large Audience Pleased Imimenseiy
the Amateurs at the Opera House.
"Let's Talk About It."
&n It is refreshing to turn aside fr
Lin Coosaw, etc., to talk of somethi
is On Saturday morning last Newbei
had a fresb and palatable morsel
1. roll under her tongue. The merchai
35 and clerks in their stores; the mechr
35 ics in their shops; the loafers in their
56 streets and the loungers in the "ci
05 park," all took part in discussing t
14 event of the season-Ca pitola the p
24 vious night by the Newberry Ri
36 Theatre Company.
42 It was pronounced "good enougl
by a large and overwhelming majori
-in fact their wasn't a single "ant
00 opinion to represent any minori
04 whatever. The factions were unitE
14 TI-e "aristocracy" and the "poor, pi
23 ding laborer" didn't care whether t]
32 Governor wore kids or not, they g
41 the worth of their money and aloi
55 with it something to surprise and <
00 light them. Everything else was rel
xt gated to the rear-except Newberr.
1 royal arch for the Centennial, and p(
sibly our prospective water works at
Capitola was a phienromenal succes
id The town turned out to see it and re
th next morning about as surprised
a Jonah was at the alleged growth of I
a' gourd, and Newberry rifle stock (wit
a. out lock and barrel) shot way abo
30 It must be horne in mind all t]
way through here that the performe
were amateurs-most of them ju
. starting out; and this notice will n
th contain any adverse criticism at a
such as, if this, and if that or the oth
thing had just been thus and so, at
other fault-finding that usually attaeh
* to everything gotten up under the su
n Those who attended the play had i
''.forehand that they would he
well pleased and thosew o did not
because they "knew them Newne;.
boys couldn't do anything" (just like a
fellow's own town for all the world)
said they wished they had gone when
they heard so much about it next
It deserves a good notice and must
not be dismissed with a line of bare
statement of fact. When a thing is
worth bragging on give it a puff.
Blow about it. It eneourages th- boys,
advertises the institution and helps
"enterprise and pr(,gress." Other
towns praise their home affairs. New
berry can stand a little to-). when it is
not fulsome. There are ilmes to con
dense and times to "spread out"-this
is a time to spread.
Here is a crack organization com
posed of the best material of the com
munity The boys are all one. It is a
hal .,nbination here in Newberry.
The troupe is made up of members of
the rifle, band and fire companies, all
young men. In the ranks of the
"combine" are lawyers, doctors, print
ers,'clerks, and even some of the pet
merchants of town take stock in it.
In a word it is a pet combination, and
the ladies would swear by it-if they
Some of the boys as they appeared
in public on the stage for the first time
proved the truth of the old adage:
"Honor and fame from no condition
rise, act well your part, there the
honor lies." From the very start it
was evident that the play would suc
ceed, and the interest was kept up and
increased to the finish, each one acting
his part well, from the "stars" down
to the newsboys, porters, backmen, etc.
Where all succeeded with such suc
cess it might be unwise to particularize,
but the generosity of the boys will
prompt them to appreciate praise for
their leading lights. Mr. Z. F. Wright
as "Maj. Warfield" played his part
with the skill of a veteran in the
art. Mr. S. J. McCaughrin as "Black
Donald" acted with the ease and ability
of a professional. Mr. R. H. Wearn
as "Col. LeNoir" and Mr. WV. A. Mc
Fall as "Craven LeNoir" sustained
their characters gracefully. The diffi
cult task of "Wool" was worked by
Mr. Win. H. Hunter like a charm and
brought down the house. "Wool" was
a decided hit. The role was not over
drawn; int fact it was perfect. It is
given up on all sides, including all the
members of the company, that "Wool"
was a big success, and Mr. Hunter's
friends will be pleased with the credit
that is here awarded him. Mr. W. A.
Fallaw, Jr., as "Capitola" had a hard
job before him in assuming the char
acter of a girl, but he got there all the
same, and it is not likely that anyone
will soon forget it, as (natural to the
character) there was lots of talk in it,
but he proved that he had studied his
part 'well. Mr. W. WV. Hornsby as
"Herbert Grayson" (Capitola's lover);
Mr. E. F. Riser as "Judge"; Mr. Geo.
M. Kinard and Master Rob Riser as
the ragged newsboys of "rag alley";
Mr. Willie A. Blats as backmnan,
with those of the company who.had to
double on characters, all showed they
were as much at home on the stage as
if they had been playing in the band,
drilling with the rifles or practicing
with Young John. Mr. Israel Brown
as "Mrs. Condiment" and Mr. B. C.
Matthews as "Clara Day" looked and
did so much like two wome, that they
added greatly to the enjoyment of the
evening. Mr. J. Y. McFall as "Pomp,"
Mr. Joe Scott as "Pit-a-Pat" and Mr.
Jack Smith as an unknown darkey
were immense as plantation negroes.
The music, which was fine and much
appreciated, was furnished by Mr. N.
C. Lane, a drummer, on tbe banjo, and
Dr. W. E. Belcher, guitar.
.WE SU.CCEED AT BOTH.
Newberry has enjoyed "a delighdful
entertainment" from an amateur the
atrical company. Spartanburg has
never tried this. Of course if they did
t would be a success. But our people
turn their attention more to rendering
E. P. Roe's Works
Can be found at the Bookstore for Si,
usual :rice $1.50. ly.
A Wonderful Invention
On exhibition at D. B. WVheeler's
Sewing Machine office. It is the Clay
ton Sewing Machine Motor. It enables
the sewing machine operator to sew in
definitely without the use of the treadle,
steam, water or electricity. Every body
and especially the ladies are invited to
call, examine and test the machine,
and be convinced that they need one.
And don't forget that you can buy
the best Sewing Machines that are
made from D. B. Wheeler:-The
Weeler & WVilson No. 9, The Stand
ard, Davis, New Home, Domestic. and
cheaper ones such as The White, The
Union, etc. tf
MR. EDrroa:-At the regular meet
ing of Cannons Creek Alliance, No. ,
the following resolutions were passed
unanimously, and by instruction Isend
them with request that you publish
the same in your esteemed paper.
F. E. MAYmIs, Secretary,
1. That the alliance approves of the
manly stand taken by our State Lectu
rer Talbert in defense of our order; and
that we realize the fact that he has
been goaded into the use of the lan
guage which those opposed to him take
so much exception to.
2. Furthermore, That we have reason
to believe that this attack upon our
worthy lecturer is nothing more' or less
than covert stabs at our order through
We, the members of Cannon's Creek
Alliance, would be glad if we had
many more Talberts in our order.
New berry Co., S. C., May 5, 1891.
A Fountain Pen for IlOc.
a. the the Bookstore. lv.
NOTES FROM EXCELSIOR.
A good chance of fruit is still cominj
I,y on in this community.
The weather remains dry and we ar
still needing rain.
Owing to dry weather the grain
crops here are rather o" the decline.
Prof. J. S. Wheeler's, new residenc(
ry now presents a white appearance. Th(
to paint brush has been handled by Mr.
its p. M. Bradburn.
Little Miss Bessie Miller, after spend
y ing a length of time with her sister here,
e has returned home.
e- Our farmers have put in some good
ne work during the past two weeks. Some
of the farmers have commenced thin
ning cotton this week.
Considerable frost was observed in
this neighborhood last week. Some
coni.plaint as to a poor stand of cotton
r and some few contemplate replanting
a portion of their crop.
ot Very few of our people are attending
the Centennial held in C lurijbia this
e- week. It is the busy season of the year,
- and railroad rates are a little too steep.
S Mr James Crosson and his sister,
Miss Victoria, of Lewiedale, visited
here last week. Miss Victoria will re
main several days with relatives and
friends in this and adjoining commu
is The citizens of Ridgeroad commun
- ity are making efforts to get a bridge
e over the creek near Mr. M. L. Kinard's
residence. This is getting to be a
e dangerous crossing, especially in wet
rs weather, and a desire that has been
at long felt by the people of that com
rt munity. We hope the County Com
1, missioners will consider the matter
?r wisely and comply with their desire in
d improving the crossing by building a
es substantial bridge.
An entertainment in the way of a
, "pound social" was given at Mr. Ma'
rion Miller's residence on Saturday
evening last. After enjoying a few
pleasrr&- res of various kinds supper
was announced aun .e-vang man
with his girl marched to the ble,
where was found plenty of good i
things to satisfy all present. After v
each one had done a fair part by the t
contents of the table the next move
was to walk for a nice cake that h-ad 3
been prepared by Mrs. Miller herself.
Each young man who could secure a
lady partner was ready to walk for the t
cake and after walking fifteen minutes
a report of the gun found "the long r
handle broom" in the hands of Mr.
Bennie Cook and his partner, Miss
Francis Miller. The cake was then
enjoyed by each couple. The violin d
music added much to the enjoyment of 0
the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Miller t,
used every effort in order to make the a
entertainment pleasant andenjoyable.
This is the Season
When Whiskey comes frequently
into requisition as medicine. Adulter- c
ated Whiskies are as injurious as adult- a
erated Drugs, and the effect on the sys- a
tem is precisely the game-it kills-I fi
would state from my own knowledge t
that I. W. Harper's Nelson Coun(y d
Whiskey is not adulterated; and on that
account I can recommend it to those
seeking an urticle fully matured and
scrupulously Pure. f
Thomas Q Boozer, Newberry, S. C. a
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet- t
ter, Chappd Hands, Chilblains, Corns and r
all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to 1
vi e perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
rice 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
A Wonder Worker. I
Mr. Frank Hufrmnan, a young mar of Bur- a
lington, Ohio, states that be had been under o
the care of two prominent physicians, and ii
sed their treatment until lhe was able to getb
around. They pronounced his case to be
Consumption, and incurable. He was per- -
suaded to try Dr. Ring's New iscovery for -
Consumption, Conghs and Colds, and at that
time was not at>le to walk across the street
without resting. He found. before he had
used half of a d ollar bottle, that he was much ~
better; he continued to use it and is to-day
eoying good health. If you have any.
Throat, Lung or Chest Trouble, try it. We
guarantee satisfaction. Trial bottles at Rob.
ertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. h
,When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla. A
Indigestion, and Stomach disorders,ue I
BROWN'S mI BITTERS.
All dealers keep it, $1 per bottle. Genuine hast
;rade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. I
A New Character Introduced.
[From the Kansas City Times.]F
DAYTON, Ohio, May 4.-During a
performance of "Irish Arab" at the
Park Theatre to-night Mrs. Thomas
Griffith who was in the audience with
her husband, gave birth to a girl baby. .i
It is believed1 this is the first case on
record of a child being born in a thea
tre. Only a portion of the audience
knew what was going on, but consid
erable excitement ensued. The city i
ambulance was called to take the ti
mother and babe to their home. d
Caught a Deer on the Locomotive.
[Memphis Appeal-Avalanche.] a
As engine No. 21, F. M. Hopel, en- a
gineer, was going west yesterday morn- o
ing on the Kansas City Railroad, in b
Arkansas, about 1:20 o'clock, she struck -
a herd of three deer. One of them was
thrown from the track. Another got
its hind legs caught between the head
light steps and extension brace on the
front of the engine, and, not being able
to get away, it lay on the engine until
L. L. Lohnes, the fireman, went out
and killed it with a coal pick. It was.
a fine 3-year old buck that dressed 200
pounds. This is the second time that
engine No. 21 has killed a deer.
Dr. Julian's L.oss.
[Special to Sunday News.]
NINETY-Six, May 9.--Dr. H. M.
Julian has had the misfm tune of losing
another house by fire. The cause is not
known. The loss is total; no insurance
May 7, 1891, by Rev. G. W. Holland, I
D. D., Mr. M. H. Buzhardt and Miss 3
Maggie Werts-all of Newberry Coun~ a
- -. g
Mrs. Koon, wife of Mr. W. A. KOOn,a
died in Factoryville, on Wednesday,
6th, in her twenty-third year. c
ADVERTISED) LETTERS. d
PosT OFFICE, NEwVBER RY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised j
May 13, 1891.
Anderson, W M! New Chapel Baptist
Boyd, Miss Mary J Church,
Colman, Jobni Nelson. Nancy
Davis, Wm I Peter. J Y
Dobbins, Mrs Marv Russell, HTarry
Johnson,. Miss Hisiah Thomas Jennie
Mare, W L Wearer, Clarrow I
Person,s calling for the above letters will
please say thiat tney were advertised, a
R. MooRMAN. P.M.g
If you are troubled with Dyspe-psia, C
Stomzach Disorder, or Liver an a Kid
ney Complaint, try P. P?. P., and( you
will rejoice at its magical working.
Femnles are. peculiarly benefited by R.
P. P. It expels disease,and gives healthy
acin to every organ
TEACHERS' COLUMN .
The County Teachers' Associatio
met at the Grad.d School building la:
Saturday, and held quite an interes
ing meeting. Of the six appointed t
lead in discussions only two wer
present, Misses Cora Dominick an
Mamie Crooks. These two Youn,
ladies read instructive papers on orde
in the school room. Several teachei
took part in the discussion, and it wa
evident that the discipline of ou
schools needs more careful attention.
The "Use and Abuse of Text books,
and the "Best Methods for Teachin
Spelling" were also discussed. _Messr
George B. Cromer and G. G. Sale be
ing present took part in the discus
The association upen the invitatioL
of Mr. T. W. Keitt. decided to hold
two days' meeting at the Rutherfor
school district Luilding on the 3d an(
460 of Julv.
The pro~position to hold this meetimt
met with the hearty approval of al
present. It is a move in the right di
rection. The pro,_,ranime for this invet
ing will be published in a few weeks.
Four or five names were added t<
It was gratifying to see the interes
taken in last Saturday's nieeting. ThE
attendance was perhaps lar-aer than a
any other meeting during the year.
The associatioin will hold its nex
meeting at Newberry on the 2nd Sat
urday in June. Programme will ap
pear in next week's papers.
The County Board of Examiner:
have decided to call a meeting schoo
trustees to be heid at Newberry on tI
6th of June.
Something must be done for ouT
country schools. They are not what
they ought to be. They are not goin1
backward, perhaps, but certainly are
not moving forward fast enough. We
can do something to build th.ni up it
we will only go forward andAo oul
Among the questions to be discussed
are the following:
1ithe county be divided up
ato smaller se llo'i ' M1tricts, and if s<
hat should be the size t e di
2. How much should Ist, 2nd and
d grade teachers be paid per month?
3. Should we use public funds for
he builditg and repairing of school
4. How can we supply our school
>onis with better furniture?
5. Is it wise to run the public achools
n a credit?
Other questions may come up for
iscussion, but these will be the leading
nes. Not only are trustees expected
> attend, but every one else who feels
u interest in other public schools.
We want the meeting in June to be
he most interesting one of the kind
ver held in the county.
Nearly all the public schools of the
>unty are closed. Some of the schools
re being run by private subscription
nd will contfnue in session until the
rst of July. Many of the teachers in
je lower part of the county will teach
uring July and August.
Outside of these special school districts
iore than $8,,000 is paid to teacheis
om the public school fund. Of this
mount over $6,000 has been paid in
ish during the session, which means
saving to teachers of nearly $500 pro
ded they would hive discounted
jeir claims. In addition to this the
te of discount this year ha.'. been
~wer than ever before.
We have not yet heard from Snper-1
tendent Mayfield in regard to' the]
stitute this summer. He is making
rangemnents for Institute work all
rer the State, and will no doubt make i
more effective this year than it has
en at any time during the past.
r. P. N. Crouch Taken Dangerously Ill
[Augusta Herald, 7th.]
Mr. Pope Crouch, of Columbia, S. C.,
as taken dangerously ill in the office
the Arlington hotel late last night.
e is a commercial traveler, and with
s wife and daughter had been stop
ing at the home of Mr. Ashley, on
lfair street. Mr. Crouch was talking
ith Mr. Bill Moody and Mr. George
llen, of Atlanta, when attacked.
bysiciar.s were ct.lled immediately
d he was taken to a room in the ho
. About a year ago, it seems, he was
instruck and it is this cause that
ought about his illness last night. I
rs. Foster, Dugas and WV. H. Dough
, Sr., all concur in the opinion that.
e trouble is at the base of his brain.
uring the night it was feared that he<
ould die and to-day his condition is
ry little improved. Mr. Crouch at I
e time kept a hotel at Spartan burg.
e is about forty-five years of age.
It is very peculiar that when you try
r. Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial you
ill never suffer yourself to be without
again. It never fails to relieve all
>wel affections and children teething.
his remedy is becoming so we I know
d so popular as to need no special men
n. All who h ave used Electric Bitters sIng
e sn~e song of praise. A purer medicine
es aot exist and it Is guaranteed to do all
at it claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
seases of the Liver and Kidneys, will re,
ove Pimples, Boils. Salt Rheum, and other
rectons caused by impure blood. will drive
alaria from the system and prevent as well
cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Head
~he, Constipation and Indigestion try EIec
c Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed
money refunded. P-rice 50 ets. and $1 per
ttle at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Sitore.
~oth the method and results when a
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
d refreshing to the taste, and acts ]
etly yet promptly on the Kidrieys,
iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys-i
m effectually, dispels colds, head
hes and fevers and cures habitual
>nstipation. Syrup of Figs is the (
2y remedy of its kind ever pro
ced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ptable to the stomach, prompt in
s action and truly beneficial in its -
ITcts, prepared only from the mos.. .
althy and agreeable substances, its
any excellent qualities commend it
) all and have made it the most
pular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
d $1 bottles by all leading drug- -
sts. Any reliable druggist who
ay not have it on hand will pro
re it promptly for any one who'
ishes to try it. Do not accept any
CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AM FRANCISCO, C A4L
LuOUISLE. N. NE,W fnIr I.?.
ON E OF TilE POSSIBIIT11
WRTCHES at JNO.]
- -is --r
Also Just Receiv
Remember that I do a
Clock and Jewelry RepE
for Infants ar
I recrmmead it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. AcEm, 31. D.,
111 So. Oford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
fperrgio t8 endosit Few=r h
Late Pastor BloomingdaleBeformed C urch.
Of trade that would ordinarily have
he tailor shops and other clothing
iouse as its destination. I have al
eady sold this season hundreds of
hese fine Bargain Suits, and the de- q
nand is greater than ever, and in.
irder to meet it I hlave placed3
150 FinB Spixl Suits
n the counters to be sold at the low
>rice of $10 in cash.
At this time you will find the hand
omest line that has yet been shown
ou, former prices $16.50 S18, 822.50 At
i20. Those who desire to take ad van
age of this offer and to appear in a SA
ine Suit of Spring C:othes should call
at once and nmake their selection.
Tood run of sizes all tihrough the
tock. I guarantee to show your bar
;ains in this line that no other house L
n the city can duplicate in any form.
rust stop and think of the difference i
>f the former selling price an<t the IN
>rice I offer you now-only $10. I
~uarantee this sale to be genuine, noth- 3
ng in it to deceive you, but every gar
nent sold is as represented. I 'have
he run on this popular sale and in-/
end to keep it, if giving you big value
or a small amount of money is anC
temn to you.
This last line of goods placed on the 2
:ounters is ahead 01 any you have seenB
Call early and take your choice.
U. L. Kinard,
COLUM BIA,I S. C.
JONTRL1MOR IND BUI;OER i
T HE UNDERSIGNED WOULD!
respectfully inform the general pub
ic that he is prepared to make estimates
nd contract for the building of churches,
twellings, storerooms, and other work in
tis line. Prices reasonable and work
vuaranteed. T. H. CROMER.
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-1 F
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-iN
3y J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W~HEREAS, 0. McR. HOLMIES
IVhath made suit to me to grant
uim Letters of Admini:->tration of the!I
estate and effects of Mary K. Holmies,J
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
nonish all anud singular the kindred
nd creditors of the said Mary K.
lolmes, deceased, that they be and
ppear before me, in' the Court of Pro
ate, to be held at Newberry Court
louse, on the 18th day oif May,
801, after publication hereof, at 11 S
'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
E any thel have, why the said Admin
stratiou should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 2nd day
f May A. D., 1h91.
L NDLY THANKING MY PT J
rons for past favors, I solicit a
bare of their patronage by sending me,M
rders which I can fill at short notice i
zud small profits, and remain as ever
161 'Fulton Avre., Astoria, N. Y. -
Tuck.Geararl giit DIaus, t~a
jS 'OF 'THE ANEIR FUTE
~DER (j AlL
ed a NZe Lin
..tY, ETC., ETC.
11 kinds of Fine Wa
SoUr Stomach, es.Di,k =can,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes d
WIit injurious medica.tion.
For several years I have recommended
Four , Castoria,' a nd sball always continue to
Io so as ithas invariably produced beedcW
EDwrN F. IARDZ. . D.P
The Wintrp," th Street and th Ave,
New York City.
,ompanr, '27 MmLr STEmc, Nzw YoZ.
hONTRACTOR A *
p. THE UNDER
signed has fittea
up a new W00d
--Work Shop on
- , corner of IHar- "
rington and Mc
TI MA TES NBEUIldIKGS,
And Any gind of Wood Work,
-A SPECIALTY OF
D ALL KINDS OF SCROLL
)N HAND AND FOR SALE
MBER, DRESSED OR ROUGH. '
FACT ANYTH INGr IN MY LINE
ON SHORT NOTICE..
GIVE ME A CALL.
qBYTD. SHOCKL E,
or. E3.iingian & MkZibb9n St.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
PDuring by absence Mr. Robley -
uee wili have cbarge.
SE KEEP A GOOD LINE OF
STOCK ALL THE TIME AT
or Ten Dollars
HARD TO BEAT.
CAL~L AND SEE Ir.
AND A LL OTHER GOODS
L4D BY Us AT PRICES TO SUiT
J. S00TT & 00.
Fewberry, F. C.
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