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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two weeks, secon(1 and fourth
Muudays, at. I1 a. rrs. Sunday-sch ool 10 a. Isl.
WV x. A..-) CL1AN, P1a. tr.
A1:R:IVAL AN1 1>EI*ARTURE OF MAIILS.
No. l--Frorneolunbiato(reenville2 15 piln
No. 14-Froir. Greenvillet,Co,Ulrntbia : vO p in
No. 13-To Laurens from ColumbIt'.. 1 45 p Isn
No 1(-From Laureus to columubi:t. 8 1. a n
..O. 17-TO Asdder-o n ........................ S :t niI
No. 18-From Anderson .................. S i uP at
Office will be open frorn 7 a mt to 3 p rn,;
will then open again at 7 p il and remain
ouu til~ -e-quarters of an hour after
SUNDAY MAIL ON C. N. & I. R. R.
Fronr Newberry to Columbia:............. a 00 a in
- ron Columbia to Newberry........ 3.> p nt
Mail will be open only one-half hour after
mail is up. and the outer door will be closed
also after that time.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAR ROUTE
NEWBERRY AND CTOPIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p m
Arrive Monday and Thursday.............. 2 p ul
NEWBERRY AND WH''IIE'S.
Leave Tuesday and Frida:'.................. 3 p m
Arrive Tuesday and Friday.................. 12 ru
LAUEENS AND NEwBERRY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... 1 p n
Ar. Tuesday, Thulsday and Saturday... 12 mn
It. MooRtAN, P. M.
The trustees of the Graded School
will meet this (Thursday) afternoon,
at 5 o'clock, in Mr. J. F. .. Caldwell's
Mr. Jas. A. Burton, the agent of the
Equitable Assurance Society, has an
advertisement this week which has
convincing facts about life insurance.
Don't fail to read it carefully.
40 Barrels Molasses at 20 cts per gal
Ion. For Sale by
2t. J. N. MARTIN.
Ariosa Coffee, the best for the money,
for sale by F. B. McIntosh. ly.
A New Uniform.
The Newberry Rifles are taking steps
to secure a new uniform. They pro
pose to have the Confederate grey,
made in West Point style. They have
some of the funds on hand to- pay for
the same, but will call upon the citi
zens to aid them to a small extent.
They should receive a liberal and hearty
response from our people in helping
them to obtain thia uniform, as no
doubt they will.
W. T. Tarrant is now - offering big
bargains in ladies' hats, ribbons and
flowers, a beautiful lot just received.
Come and.secure a bargain. It
At Leavell & Bpeers.
Large and pretty line of Wall Paper
and Borders, Ceiling and Extension
Centre. Call and see them. Willng
to shou them. tf
I have on hand two car-loads of the
best No. 1 shingles that I am selling at
$3.00 per thousand. This is your op
portunity to get the best shingles
tf IRBY D. SHOCKLEY.
Wedding at Chappells.
The following is from the Keowee
Courier, WValhalla, S. C., of 28th Mlay:
Mr. Win. R. Keith and Miss Yina
Smith were married at the residence of
the bride's.father, Mr. WV. R.~Smith, of
Chapp&lP's, S. C., on Wednesday even
ing, the 20th instant, Rev. A. M. Has
- The bride and groom, accompanied
by a number of their-friends, arrived
at Walhalla on Thulrsday evening and'
became the guests'oMrs. Col. Keith.
On the same evening Mrs. Keith ten
dered a reception to the bride and
groom. The triends of the family and
the young people of the town and
vicinity gathered in strength and en
joyed the good cheer and hospitality of
their hostess until a late hour.
The prettiest line of neckwear evr
offered in Newberry at
WVill be open every Sunday 9 to 10
a. m.; 12 to 1lp.xm.; 6to 7p. m. Ice
tickets for sale at my store.
tf SAM B. JONES. ]
Just received some new frames, Louis
XIV style-oxidized and genuine sil
SALTER'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY.
The celebrated Monogram Vinegar is
the best cider vinegar in the -narket.
- Prekles were never known to spoil]
when made with it. For sale at
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
tf Corner Drug Store.
Mrs. C. Mower.
The A. R. Presbyterian of last week,
in speaking.of the death of Mrs. Mow-1
er, says editorially:
The death of Mrs. mower, announced
below, will be sincerely and deeply
lamented. She made her influence felt
for good in the church and community.
Her character was strong and decided.
She had the courage and resolution -
born of earnest conviction. If she was
self-reliant. it was because she knew
from early experience what it was to I
strugle with poverty. She lived to
enjoy the comfort and independence of
a large income from the accumulations
of years-enjoyed it, -not in selfish
gratification but in works of Christian
benevolence. She was a generous helper
of every" good cause. It was her gift
which gave the name to the "Duane
MowerScholarship" in Erskine College.
She will be greatly missed in New berry.
Mr. Geo. S. Mower, Treasurer of Ers-,
kine College, was her only child. f
Syrop of Figs.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combinedj
* with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to t.he hu
man system, acts gently, on the kid- a
neys, liver and bowels, effectuallyj
cleansing the system, dispelling colds
and headaches, and curing habitual
Neglige shirts in all styles and varn
tf BLALO2K'S. ~
Newberry 1s Growing.
Newberry is not on a boom, but she
is building up steadily and surely, and .i
it is a growth that is substantial. Du
ring the past year and a half there
have been no less than twenty new
dwelling houses built in Newberry and
several more are to go up soon. Theni
several citizens have added materially
to the*appearance of their residences
by repairs and improvements of vari- e
ous kinds. Ini these buildings and re
pairs no less a sum than $3(0,000i has
During that time the Oil Mill has
been built and a cotton ware house for
the Newberry Cotton Mills, at a cost of
some $1:1,000 more.
WXork has 55( also een commenced on
the draded School buildin,g and when
it is completed so"e S1->,l00 more will
have beeni expended in buildings.
This shows ai growth that s encour
aging. And in the residences built
most of them are homes built by their
owners and not for tenant houses to be
rented. If we can get apopulation in
r ~our towvn of home owners so much the
better. They then have a double in
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Three negroes were up before the
Mayor on Monday on the barge of
gr-'nbling. They were tined $5 each
which they paid.
Excursion tickets for the sumnmier
were put on sale at the R. & 1). oflice
can Monday, good to October 3s:t.
U,nion services next Sunday night
will be held at the Presbyterian church
and the sermon preached by Itev. E.
.There will be a meeting of the school
trustees of the county at Newberry on
Sarurday, June 13th. A full attend
ance is desired as matters of imupor
tance will be up for discussion.
Conductor \Vellford takes Conductor
J. S. Reid's place on the Laurens
freight. The change was made Mon
day. Mr. Reid will go to the main
The communion will be administered
next Sunday at 11 a. m. in the Luther
in church. The nilit service oegins
at S.3' and closes at 9.1->. Preaching by
the pastor, Rev. W. C. Sciaetler.
The meeting at the-, factory is still
going on this week. Rev, W. W. -el
has organized a Met4ofg church
there and has about thirty members
Mrs. Sallie F. Chapin is expected in
Newberry,to-day, Thursday. 'he ladies
of the W. C. T. U. are requested to
meet her in the parlor= of the,New berry
Hotel this afternoon at five o'plock.
Among the graduates this year at
the Winthrop Training School is Miss
Hettie Lake from Newberry. The an
nual Commencement takes place to
The Board ' Health should do more
than publish a notice to have premises
eleaned. A little personal inspection
by members of the board would not
hurt. The health of the town is very
An effort is being made to inaugurate
the early closing of the stores for the
ummer. Some of the merchants favor
it and some do not. Why not close at
3ix and give the clerks a little rest.
Why should our esteemed contempo
rary, the Observer, go to Georgia and
redit to the Augusta Chronicle a per
3onal that appeared in The Herald and
News the week before? But then we
have no objection.
The Sheriff sold on Monday two lots
of land for taxes. One lot in Newber
ry assessed in the name of Ransom
cott to Geo. McVhirter for $10.85.
Lot in No. 7, 25 acres assessed in name
)f Larkin Williams to T. C. Pool and
F. A. Burton for $12.41. The others
tdvertised were settled before sale.
AT ALL HOURS DAY OR
NIGHT AT LOWEST FIG
URESAND IN ANY QUAN
JAMES DUNBAR. AGT.
If you drink Soda Water at Pelham's
Drug Store. you will be served from
;he finest and most elaborate Fountain
n the State of South Carolina. TLe
tyrups are. made from fruit juices, he
ater.is cold, pungent and sparkling,
Lndm the service -in all respects is first
,lass. - It pays to drink water that is
roperly made. Our experience of
early twenty years has taught us all
:he points of advantage that only ex
>erienc'- can give.
Drink frcom "The Pelham." tf
Miss Hattie Blanton returnded on
L'uesday from Cooper-Limestone Insti
Miss: Flora Shayer,.. of Laurens, is
risiting the Misses -Eittle.
Mrs. Dr. .T. B. Perry, of Augusta,
s on a visit to her father, Mr. J. D. S.
Mr. S. J. Evans, of Roanoke. Va., is
mn a visit to his father, Mr. S. N.
Mr. L. Hamp Hunt, of the South
aroina University, is spending a few
lays at home.
Mrs. J. G. -Williams, of Laurens
ounty, made. a short visit to New
>erry this week.
Mrs. Mary Dorroh, of Abbeville
ounty, is visiting relatives in New ber
Mr. S. A. Burts, formerly operator
Lt Newberry, spent Sunday night in
few berry on his way to Hlonea Path,
~alled hither by the death of his mo
Dr. B. F. Duckett and family, after
pending several days in Newberry
risiting relatives, returned to their
iome at Greenwood on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wicker, of
airfield, visited relatives in New ber
y the early part of the week.
Miss Bettie Arnold, who has been
isiting her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Gilder,
etrned to her home in Richmond,
y., on Tuesday.
Mrs. Harriet Lane and her daugh
er, Miss Sallie, and her neice, Miss
shackleford, left on Monday for Hen
lersonville where they will spend the
Mr. E. K. Snead, of Richmond, Vai.,
as been spending several days in
few berry. To-day, Thursday, he will
ved Miss Laura A. Wells, of Green
vood. He will likely make Green wood
uis h ome.
The Teachers' Association of New
erry County will hold a two days'
neeting at Rutherford School Hoase
en July 3d and 4th. The following is
he programme :
FrDAY JUNE 3.
10 a. mn.--The needs of our Public
schools. Discussion led by A. H. Kohn,
ollowed by other Trustees.
Primary WVork', Miss 0. E. Garling
The Relation of the Common School
o the College. Rev. G. WV. Holland, Ph.
2.30.-Moral Training and Temper
nee Work in the School. Mrs Jane
~ong and T. W. Keitt.
SATURDAY, JULY 4.
10 a. m.-What means are Available
r the Better Preparation of Teachers.
iss Fannie Baxter and W. K. Sligh.
Relation of Parents to the School.
iss Mamie .Crooks and George B.
Qualifications of a Teacher. Miss Lil
an L. Luther and E. 0. Counts.
School Commissioner Kibler. The
Vork of the Schools.
2.3S0 -Question Box.
Highe of a11 in T.eavening- 'Power.
TIlE TOWN CENSUS.
'I 1 '. 1 l)ti.u of Ne n..rry -y waXV
Race anid Sex.
WA I: I> 1.
W A 1: 2.
C olored- .\lale- ............................----...
F e ia:t s ............................ 1 - 38>
W A l; 4.
W lites-M ales................................. ..
Fe nle ...............................
Colored- \tales ..................................
F eaei.................. 1' -- 4-46
w h 'es1ale (... .......... ..................... .'1
W hite f- ales ..............................74 - 1,A2
Colore d -1 ales ................................... 17u
Colo d fe ales............................. 75
Total pop la..................... . .37
A very interesting exercise was held
in the newberry Baptist church on last
Sunday afternoon just at the close of
the Sunday-school. This church has
whatis known as a Sunbeam Society,
composed of members of the Sunday
school, and they have occasionally
these pleasant exercises. At the close of
the Sunday-school exercises the super
intendent gave way to the Sunbeams,
and Miss Nellie McFall and Mis
Kate Neil, as president and secretary,
respectively, took charge of the meet
ing, and a very interesting programme
was carried out. The roll was called
and the handing of the mite barrels
was the first and a very important part
of the programme. This society,
during the year l90, a' ppears from
the report, contributed $.)0 to mission
ary work. Lucius Blanton, John
Boozer and Thoe. Pope took up the
Interesting and well rendered read
ings were given by Azile Pool, "Are
Misions a Failure?" and Hartwell Blan
ton, "Work of the Sunbeams."
Proper notice was taken of the letter
to the Sunbeams from Rev. H. P. Mc
Cormick, missionary to Mexico.
The exercises were very interesting
and entertaining throughout and the
little ones show an interest and zeal in
their work which is commendable.
ICE! ICE !
AT JONES' ICE HOUSE1
FULL SUPPLY ON HAND
PRICE LOW DOWN.
It is a custom in the Methodist
churches in South Carolina to set apart
one Sunday in each year in May to be
devoted to special exercises for the
children, and by the children.
These exercises were held in the
.Newberry Methodist church on last
Sunday night. The church was filled
to its utmost capacity and many could
not get in because there was no room.
The programme had been gotten up
and all the arrangements made for
these interesting exercises by Miss Sal
lie Metts, to ivhom much credit is due.
The programme was interspersed
with good singing by the school. There
was prayer by the-pastor and then re
sponsive reading of the scriptures by
the Superintendent and the school.
The welcome add res~ was made by
Bertha Blease. "The Royal Highway"
was :an -interesting~ dialogue by Ida
Langford, Minnie Havird, Alma Bish
op, Mary Hargrove, Annie Suber, Ni
na Lake, Bessie Mann, Bertha Liv
ingstone, Demupie Scurry and Leslie
"An Appeal for Sunday-schools"
was a recitation well rendered by Eu
"Sunbeams," by Lilly Livingstone,
and "The Hour of Prayer," by Amie
Tarrant, Bessie Gilder and Maude
Fant were creditably renderd.
"God is in Heaven" by Sam Cook
aid Claude Williams, and a song,
"Giving" by Cannon Blease were hap
"Memory's Picture Gallery" by Ju
nius Mann, and "Questions and An
swers" by Mary Thompson and Rena
Jones were given with good effect.
"A Model Little Girl" by Mary Rol
lerson, and "Lights for All" by Homer
Mann, David Langford and Watt
Henderson were creditably produced.
The entire programme was a credit
to the little folks who rendered it as
well as entertaining and instructive to
the congregation. The pastor, Rev.
W. W. Daniel, gave a short talk to the
school explaining the objects of these
"Children's Days" and speaking a
word of encouragement to the chil
The "Reliable" Brand.
The "Reliable" brand of Hams and
Breakfast Bacon are the finest on the
market. Always on hand at McIn
tosh's. __ y.
The Dairy Farm Entertainment.
On Monday evening last, not long
after the twinkling stars began to neep
through a very clear sky and just late
enough to escape the heat of the first
day of summer, a number of Captain
McCaughrin's friends went over by
twos to the Innisfallen Dairy Farm,
and in that delightful retreat spent a
few hours that will long and pleasantly
linger in the memories of the entire as
sembly. Having formed at the resi
dence of Dr. James McIntosh, the com
pany, with its chaperones, marched to
the farm. The infantry, it is needless to
say, walked; and the cavalry, of course,
rode, or rather, drove. Captain Mc
Caughrin, however, was neither taken
by surprise nor caught napping.
Heralds had. b'een sent several hours in
advance to inform him that rno hostile
intentions were meant by the attack.
So the gates were wide-open; lights
glimmered in nearly every window;
lanterns swung across the broad prom
enades, and the very evergreens them
selves, that lead up to the house, nod-J
ded a most cordial welcome.
The programme was as varied as it
was charming. On so delightful an
evening and among such enchanting
surroundings there was, of course,
dancing and music. Those features
added to talking, promenading, in
spectig the home and grounds of a
young bachelor, star gazing and last,
but by no means least, partaking of an
excellent spread-including some of
the choice products of Innisfallen
made the hours glide swiftly by. Every
body voted that the occasion was a
moat delightful one and the host of the
rarmi "a jolly good fellow."
-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. ri', 1889.
Annhul 1'ri%e D)rill.
The annual prize drill of the New
herir l illes was held in the Opera
I1ouae on last Friday night. A prize
drill is held annually and a gold medal
given by the corpany is awarded to
the best drilled wan in the company to
be d:eided by a committee, and worn
for one year by the successful contes
tant. The medal the past year has
been worn by W. W. Hornsby, but lie
was sick this year and did not enter
There was a good audience present to
wit.ess the drill.
Twenty-one men of the company
entered for the prize. They were com
mauded by Capt. McCaugbrin, and for
sonie time executed the varnjus con
mands with ease and precision. The'
successful man was Prof. T. M. Hunter,
but he was given a close race by W. A.
Fallaw, and Z. F. Wright.
The committee to decide the question
was Lieut. E. A. Garlington, Messrs.
0. L. Schumbert and R. ). Smith.
The beautiflul gold medal was pre
sented to Prof. Htnter by Rev. E. P.
McClintock who spoke in substance as
follows in making the presentation:
I am authorized by the committee to.
announce that Prof. T. M. Hunter is
the successful competitor and to deliver
to him this prize. The committee was
fully competent to make the award
composed as it was of Capt. Schumpert,
Lieut. Smith, and Lieut. Garlington, of
the U. S. Army. They watched every
movement of every contestant with tie
greatest care. Tue competence and
carefulness of the committee makes
your prize, sir, very valuable. The
effort that it cost you also enhances its
value. It was not won without exer
tion; your competitors tested your
skill and thus made the prize much
more valuable than if it had been easily
won. It is your honor to wear this
badge for a year as the best drilled
member of the company.
I congratulate the company--the
highly creditable drill of the evening.
It certainly reflects nurch honor on
you and your captain that you con
tended so long and so- well with one
who has enjoyed the extraordinary ad
vantages. of the winner of the prize.
Our community! feels a just pride in
you as a company.
While we cherish confidence in the
government and its ability to secure
our protection and perform its other
functions through the courts and ofli
cers of the peace, still the presence
among us of a volunteer soldiery great
ly increases our sense of security. As
a company you hold an honorable
place in the esteem of the whole com
The task assigned me is now per
formed. I had no further instructions
from the committee. I will venture,
however, a word more, believing that
it does not violate the proprieties of
this occasion. Lieut. Ernest Garling
ton is present and kindly,served on the
committee to award the prize. I will
say in the name of the Newberry Rifles
and of my fellow-citizens of this town
and county, that it is a matter of just
nride to us that in the late engage
inents of the U. S. Army his courage
and gallantry kept the name of the
South Carolina soldier in the high
place of honor that it has ever held in
the history of this country. When the
intelligence came that he was seriously
wounded every worthy son and daugh
ter of New berry felt for him a deep per
sonal sympathy, and when later on the
news came that, though serious, the
wound was not fatal,.all of us expressed
genuine relief. And this evening we
look on that wounded arm as a badge
of distinction, reflecting bright honor
on Newberry, his native county.
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
is the place to get Cold Soda
Water, Milk Shakes, Iced.
Lemonade. Also DIeep Rock
Water on draught Try their
Egg Phosphate. It is the
best kind of Tonic. ly
Will be a good one for playing Ball.
You can find the fiest Base-ball goods
at the Bookstore. ly.
At the Bookstore in great variety. ly
Pickles ! Pickles !! Pickles !!!
Mixed Pickles in barrels, Cucumber
Pickles in barrels, and a full assortment
of bottle pickles at Mcintosh's. ly.
Meeting of Newberry Conference.
This body convened in Bethlehem
church in the Pomaria pastorate on
Saturday at 10 a. m. Conference was
opened with the usual liturgical ser
vices conducted by the President.
Eight pastors and a number of lay del
egates were present. A number of
standing committees made their re
ports and the usual routine business
The Home Mission work was dis
cussed for a considerable length of time
on Saturday morning and also in the
afternoon. No definite plan was de
ided upon until an invitation was re
ceived from the Orangeburg Confer
ence to unite with them in petitioning
the Synod to place a Synodical Mis
sionary in the field. Tbe invitation
was heartily accepted and the two con
ferences pledge themselves to raise
their proportion towards paying the
salary of the missionary. Suitable res
olutions to that effect wcre adopted.
A committee was also appointed to
o-operate with a similar committee
from the Orangeburg Conference in
making all necessary arrangements for
a Lutheran Reunion at Little Mount
in some time during the Summer.
The opening sermon was preached
by Rev. Epting, missionary sermon by
Rev. Schaeffer, Sunday morning ser
mon by Rev. Keister.
The church wvas crowded on Satur
ay and on Sunday an enormous
rowd was present, not more than half
f them being able to secure seats in
he church. It was estimated that be
tween 800 and 1,000 people were pres
A Children's service was held on1
unday afternoon at which addresses
ere made by Messrs. Cromer and
Con ference will meet again on the
ifth Sunday in August in Mt. Tabor
The Conference was royally enter
amed by the good neople of Bethle
em aind they and their beloved pastor
nd his good lady deserve the grati
tde of all who enjoyed their bounty.
There is more Catarrh in this section
fthe country than all othuer diseases
ut together, and until the last few<
ears was supposed to be incurable. For f
great many years doctors pronouncedc
ta local disease, and prescribed local
imedies, and by constantly failing to
are with local treatment, pronounced
incurable. Science has proveii catarrh
>o be a constitutional disease, and there
re req1u ires constitutional treatment.
[all's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
~. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio,
the only constitutional cure on the a
arket. It is taken internally in doses k
om 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts ~
recly upon the blood and mucous a
rfoces of the system. They offer one
2ndred dollars for any caseit fails to
re. Send for circulars and testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Newberry College Commencement.
The approaching commencement ex
erises at Newberry promwise to posses
unusual interest. These exercises wil
begin Sunday maruing, June 14th
with the Baccalaureate Sermon by
lev. S. W. Owen, of Hagerstown, Md.
A hearty invitation is extended t,
all friends of the College who may
wish to unite with us in these festivi
ties. The citizens of Newberry have
open houses on these occasions. En
tertainment will be provided, as far as
possible, for all who will notify the
undersigned of their intention to be
present. All who wish homes should
state the day and the train on which
they expect to arrive. This informa
tion must be given previous to Friday,
Hotels and boarding house3 will
give reduced rates, as heretofore.
The usual excursion rates have been
promised over the different railroads
running to Newberry.
G. W. HOLLAND.
Sunday, June 14th, 10.30 a. in., Bac
calaureate Sermon by Rev. S. W.
Owen, Hagerstown, Md.
Sunday, June 14th, 8.30 p. in., .ad
dress to the students.
Monday, June lith, 8.20 p. m., Con
test for prize medal in oratory.
Tuesday, June 16th, 10 a. in., address
before the Alumni Association by Rev.
J. W. Daniel, Chester, S. C.
Tuesday, June 16th, 8.30 p. in., ad
dress before the Literary Societies by
Hon. M. C. Butler.
Wednesday, June 17th, 10 a. in.,
Blalock is offering bargains in laun
dried and unlaundried shirts.
A pleasanta &4efficient remedy
Dysentery, Diarrhoea and all
stomach and bowel complaints.
Prepared and sold by
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Corner Drug Store
For the next 30 days gents summer
underwear will be sold at a sacrifice at
An Elegant Entertainment.
One of the most delightful affairs of
the season was the reception given on
last Wednesday evening by Dr. and
Mrs. J. K. Gilder at their residence to
their neice Miss Bettie Arnold, of Rich
mond, Ky., who has been visiting here
for several weeks. There was a nice
party of young maidens and gentlemen
present to enjoy the occasion and
everything was exquisitely delightful,
and the hours sped rapidly away on
wings of pleasure.
An elegant supper was splead by Dr.
and Mrs. Gilder. It was one of the
most delightful occasions witnessed in
Newberry society in a long time. The
following list of those presant has been
furnished The Herald and;News:
Mrs. Gilder, black silk, silk passa
Mrs. Arnold, grey silk, steel passa
Mrs. Schumpert, brown silk -and
Mrs. Floyd, cream cashmere, lace
Mrs. Jno. P. Fant. handsome cos
tume of cream nunsveiling and brocadf
ALiss Arnold, very handsome cos
tume of crimson silk, garnets and -dia
Miss Mattie McCaughrin,. elegant
white cashmere and drepe de chene.;.
Miss Fannie Baxter, beautiful cos
tume of cream surrah and lace.
Miss Mally Wheeler; pink cashmere
and lace ; very pretty.
Miss Bessie Wheeler,striking costume
of organdie and silk.
Miss Marion, of Chester, very pretty
costume of blue surrah.and cashmere.
Miss Nannie Wilson, pink albatross
Miss Mary Burton, exceedingly hand
some costume of light blae net and
- Miss Janie Martin, white cashmere
with braided passametrie trimmings.
Miss Nannie Mayes, cream cashmere,
lace and flowers.
Miss Ione Fant, pin k cashmere and
lace, very pretty.
Miss Piester, grey cashmere and silk.
Miss Sue Mazyck, grey suit of cash
Miss Kittie Mazyck, dress of blue
Miss Beta Leavell, heliotrope cos
Miss Katie Rutherford, cashmere and
Dr. J. K. Gilder, Messrs. Jno. P.
Fant, L. WV. I<loyd, J. W. Gary, J. M.
Johnstone, S. J. McCaughrin, Dr. Jas.
H. McIntosh, Messrs. Jno. M. Kinard,
R. H. Wearn, J. D. Davenport, WV. G.
Mayes, D. S. Ellesor, Z. F. Wright, M.
L. Spearmant, W. A. Pant, S. J.
Wooten, L. E. Folk, W. WV. Hodges,
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr.
E. P. Roe's Works.
Can be found at the Bookstore for $1,
sual price $1.50. ly.
A n elegant assortment of Negligee
Shirts at BLALOCK'&. tf
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
efinitely without the use of the treadle,
steam, water or electricity. Everybody
and especially the ladies are invited to
all, 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
Wheeler &XVilson No. 9, The Stand
rd, Davis, New Home, Domestic, and
:heaper ones such as The WVhite, The
[Union, etc. -tf .
A Fountain Pen for I Oc
it the the Bookstore. ly.
Win. Timimons, Postmaster of Idaville. Ind.,
rites : "Electric Bitters has done more for
ne than all other medicines combined, for
hat bad feeling arising from Kidney and Liver
rouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockrm'n.
f same place, says: "Find Electric Bitters to
e the best Kidney and Liver medicine; made
ne feel like aL new man." J. W. Gardner,
ardware nierchant, says: Electric Bitters is
ust the thing for a man who Is all run down
.nd don't care whethier he lives or dies; he
onind new strength, good appetite and felt
st like he had a new lease on life. Only 50c,
,bottle, at Robertson & Gilder's Drng Store.
I. W. HARPER'S.
)ld Nelson County Kentuckey Whiskcy.
Has been recognized for years as one
f the foremost and finest whiskies
laced before the American public.
ike every article of fineness it caters
ot for the bulk ofconsumners, to whom
ne whiskey tastes but little different
roin another, but for the appreciation
f the connois9seurs only. It is, in short,
gentlemen's beverage, and intended
r gentlemen only.
Tnos. Q. BOOZER, Sole agent.
Newberry S. C.
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
ruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheunm, Fever Sores, Tet
~r, Chapped iands, Chilblains, Corns and
Ii Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
les or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
vye perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
nce 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
>n & Gilder.
Indigestion, and Stnmach disorde?s, uso
Bnow3's ION mITTESs.
A.f dealers keep it. si per bottle. Genine hs
-,4n.i-1C. uzn crmned red lines on wmepe.
The Newberry W. C. T. U.
t a ile.ing of the W. C. T. U. o
Tuesday : 'terteruo-n',. Mrs. S-opbi
Rtedus was elected p re"ident to Jill Ilh
vacancy caused by the death of Mrs. (
3lower. al r. Irwin, of New York, an,
a friend of Mrs. Mower, made a shol
talk to the :hildren.
The following resolutions were adopi
R ESoiXtT' .NS ON TilE I EATH OI' MRs. eTSTIlI
Whereas, God our Fathr, in his never er
ing Providence. has sent tit to remove fro;
our midst his handmaiden and our leade
and co-worker and esteemed friend. afte
seven years of faithful, self-denying servic
in our glorious Temperance cause; Therefort
be it resolved
1. That we do sincerely mourn the loss a
one whose steady faith could look up througl
the darkest tour of trial and disappoiutmen
and say, "Father. I trust." The retlected ligh
from our Saviour shone with its brightes
radiance in her life; that divine benevolenc
Which characterized our Lord was given he
with her menns, which she dealt out with :
liberal and unfaltering hand. We shall mis:
her. Our memories shall ever fondly reverl
to her indefatigable energy, her many deeds
of love and kindness, and we shall ever dwell
with pleasure on the Tuesday afternoon
of each -weekc as she expounded God's Word
to the children. and as she listened to their
quotations from Scripture, 'she taught them
of temperance and God's judgment. How
the children shall miss her great love, her
deep interest. in all their atlairs and her readi
ness to participate in all thcir joys and sor
rows! Ah! tht wholecommunity will miss the
daily prayers of this consecrated woman; yet
we thank God for such an exhibition of the
power of the divine grace on the human heart,
and we praise our Fatherfor givingussuch a
holy. gifted and untiring Christian woman
as a leader and sincere friend.
2. That a copy of these resolutions be sent
to the bereaved family, with our deepest
sympathy, and that they be inscribed ou a
page In our Ininute-book in memoriam of our
3 That the county r - ers and the Associate
Reformed Presbyteriau be requested to pub
lish the foregoing preamble and resolutions.
MRs. T. F. GRENEKER, )
MRS. W. GUs. HOUsEAL -Committee.
MRs. MAGGIE L.TARRANT, )
May 27, 1S91, at the residence of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Norris, by
Rev. J. S. Cosby, D. D., Mr. Robley
Bruce to Miss Elvira Norris-both of
GREE\VILLE, May .-1S.
W. Davis, widow of the late Smith L.
Davis, of Newberry, and aunt of Mrs.
W. D. Mayffeld, wife of the State Su
perintendent of Education Mayfield,
died here last night, aged seventy-twc
yeal's. Dr. T. T. Moore, of Columbia,
was an adopted son of Mrs. Davis.
Mr. J. David Wedaman after a long
illness died at his home near Pomarie
on Tuesday June 2d. He leaves a wife
and two sons and a host of friends whc
will greatly miss him. He was a good
citizen and an upright man. The Her
ald and News extends tender sympa
thy to the the bereaved wife and chil
POST OFFICE. NEWBEERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
June 3, 1591.
Adams, Melvin Dreher. F. E.
Cherry, Thomas Sligb, Reilla
Copeland, Bellia Scurry. Mack
Clark, W in. York, S. A.
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say that they were advertised.
R. MOOREAN, P. M.
Newberry Building and Loan Association,
The members of the Newberry Build.
ing and Loan Association are hereby
notified that the 69th assessment will
be due and must be paid Friday,
June 5. 1891, and that the Board of
Directo,s will meet in the Council
Chambers on Monday, June 8th,
1891, a 8 o'clock p. m., to sell th
money on hand.
Any one wishing to borrow mofiey
from the association can leave his ap
plication with the secretary at the Na
tionlal Ba of Newberry.
J. W. M. SIMMONs,
I t Secretary.
La Grippe Again.
Durinr the epidemic ot La Grippe last sea.
son. Dr icing's New Discovery for Consumip
tion, Coughs and Colds I,rdveedto be the best
remedy. Reports from the many who used it
confirm this statement. They were not only
quickly relieved, but the disease left no bad
alter results. We ask you to give tids remedy
a trial, and we guarantee that you s'ill be sat.
isfied with the results, or the purchase price
will be refunded. It has no equal In La Grippe
or any Throat, Chest orLtung'rron ble.
Trial bottles free at Robertson & Gilder't
Drug St-re. Large bottles, 5'Jc. an d $1 .00.
When P.aby 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.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Both the method and results when
Syrep of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem 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, its
mar.y excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
pular remedy known.
Lyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
ma7 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 FR ANCISCO, C AL.
40U18 V/LIE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
rTiE (iRfAflEALTH bio
P'ackg mae 6alo.Deiius. pakingad
Trespectfully inform the general pub
lic that he is prepared to make estimates
t.o contract for the building of churches,
wellings, storerooms, and other w mti
his line. Prices reasonable . work
uranteed. T. H. 0 )MER.
ITTORNEY AT LAW,
NE RY, S. C.
Wfflee onl Ra.
W A T C H E S!
WATCHES! 1 WATCHES!
W AT C HES!
I HAVE-THE BEST WATCH
FOR Tri FARIMER- -
EVER OFFERfD I) TillS fIfIRKET!
11 _STEM WINDER,
PENDANT SET, SCREW BACK
AND BEVL AND DUST PROOF.
THE VERY WATCH
FARMER OR MECHANIc
CALL AND SEE THEM.
ALSO A MNIE UNE OF OTIR STIlS
WATJllS '1R IADIS, GENTS AND BOYS,
Jno. F. Speck,
for Infants and Children.
"Castoria]ssoweniadaptedtocb nthat Ca.torIs& re Colic, conatlatiau,
Ircommend itas supeior toay precrpton on Stomachd, DiarrhCa,S& Erctatfon!,
known to me." H. A. A&acsz, M. D., S7 Worms, gives sleep, and peemo0ee di
ill So. OxfordSt., Brooklyn, W. Y. W i D urious medit iea.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and " For several years I have recommended
its merits so wen known that it seems a work your .Castoria,' and sball always contnue to
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the do so asf iha invariably produo ed benuicial
intelligent tfamilies who do not keep Castoria results."
wibnesr a.tos M.arnr D.D., EDwiu F. Pasnas, l![D.,
New jok cit. 7b Wtp,12thtreet andT hve.,
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beformed Church. New York City.
T'a CMAzx Com rri, 77 Mumv Srassr, NaN Yoa.
StOPP]IID t118 Trin W flR f
Of trade that w ould ordinarily have I!i 1f ~ -
the tailor shops and other clothing M
house as its destination. I have al
ready sold this season hundreds of
these fine~fargain Suits, and the de-Wi,nercae,t esno
mand is greater than ever, and inloga
order to meet it I have placed 0 I.T~E
150 FinIB Sprin[g Suits Rman nBses Tew
on the counters to'- be sold at the lowdewhchi
At this time you will find the hand
somest line that has -yet been shown
you, former prices $1.5 $1, $22.50 DuigoeSanar
$20. Those who desire to take advan- f nine
tage of this offer and to appear in a 1I! tUlJiL
fine Suit of Spring Clothes should call hoeo teiex.Woee
at once and make their selection. ~ato uh
Good run of sizes all through the
stock. I guarantee to show your bar- lI
gains in -this line that no other house 1 I E
in the city can duplicate in any form. sT B
Just stop and think -of- the differenceBFSTDADGA
of the former selling price and the UAE UA 7Le.IM
price I offer 'you now-only $10. IBETTADDPITfJ'
guarantee this sale to be genuine, noth
ing in it to deceive you, but every gar-MEPN22Yrs.)y
ment sold is as represented. I ha.NEWEYcoTT0N
the run on this popular sale and in- COH2 ad...
tend to keep it, if giving you big value
for a small amount of money is an
Thislast ine of goods placed on the
couter i ahadofnyyouha e mains inBsies Mh E NS
be(i~. an tae yur hoie. FIE Shc HOis
U.BL. Klnard, -AT
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a. upa ne Woo TRAV QAWIY GOODS.
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