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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Luthern Church.
Service every two week,. second and fourth
Sundays, at 11 a. in. Sunday-school lo a. In.
Wa. A. JULIAN, Pastor.
ArRIVAL AND I)E'ARTIRE OF 31MAIaS.
No. 1. -From Columbia toGreenville12S.:, iin
No. 14-FrOn. Greenvili1et coumbia 330 p il
No. 15-To Laurens from ('olun;m 7 4:> p Im
No. 16-From Lacrens to Columlt>ia. h . a n
No. 17-To Andderson................ , a nI
No. is-From Anderson ................. i+ p ru1
Office will be open from 7 a m to 3 p In,;
will then open again at 7 p In and remnaiu
open until three.quarters of an hour alter
SUNDAY MAIL ON C. N. & L. R. R.
From Newberry to Columbia.............. , ox a m
rrom Columbia to New berry............. , 4, p I
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 RCLTE
NEWBERRY AND UTOPIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p In
Arrive Monday and Thursday............. p m
YEWTaRI-Y AND WVHITMIRE's.
Leave Tuesday and Friday............. 3 p m
Arrive Tuesday and Friday.................. 12 m
LAURENS AND NEWBERIY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... 1 p m
Ar. Tuesday, Thuisday and Saturday... 12 In
R. MOORMAN, P. M.
WIll be open every Sunday 9 to 10
a. m.; 12 to I p. m.; 6 to 7 p. i. Ice
tickets for sale at my store.
tf SAX B. JONES.
40 Barrels Molasses at 20 ets per gal
Ion. For Sale by
2t. J. N. MARTIN.
A Pleasant reception.
Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert gave~ a de
lightful reception Tuesday evening at
her residence in honor of her friend
__-Mrs. Forstes before her departure for
home. Quite a number of 31rs. Schun
pert's friends, who had called upon
Mrs. Forster, were present and a very
deligtful eveuing was spent.
N teting of Garmany Alliance.
There will be a Call meeting of the
above named Alliance on Saturday the
20th, at 3 p. m. sharp. Besides the an
* nual election of officers, and delegates
to the County Alliance, other impor
tant business will come up before the
Alliance at this meeting. It will be
- to the interest of every member to be
present. C. F. BOYD,
Ariosa Coffee, the best for the money,
for sale by F. B. McIntosh. ly.
Shingles ! Shingles!
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 IRrY D. SHOCKLEY.
The prettiest line of neckwear ever
offered in Newberry at
Not a Loss.
There was a slight mistake in the
total amount of merchandise returned
for taxation in township No. 1 as pub
lished last week. Instead of a loss there
has been a gain over the assessment of
The total for 1891 is.......$150,9253
The total for.1890 was...146,205
A gain of............... .. .$4,720
Just received some new framnes, Louis
XIV style-oxidized and genuine sii
SALTER's PHOTOGRAPH GALLr. -.
Suits worth $22.50 for $17.50; worth
$16 00 for $12.00; worth $11.50 for $8.00.
All to be had for the cash at L. W. C..
Neglige shirts in all styles and var:
tf BLA LOCK's.
The Jefferson Davis Monument.
The members,of the Newberry Rifles
have consented to present the play
"Capitola" Thursday night of Com
mencement week to aid in raising
money for the Jeff'erson Davis monu
ment. Every one is interested in this
and should show their interest by go
ing to see "Capitola.'" This play was
presented by the boys about two
months ago and every one was most
highly pleased. You may rest assured
that you will get the full worth of
your money, while at the same time
help in a good cause. The proceeds of
the entertainrrent will be divided be
tween the Survivors' Association and
At Leavell & Bpeers.
Lar'e and pretty line of Wall Paper
and 6rders, Ceiling and Extension
Centre. Call and see them. Willing
to show them. tf
The Columbia Colored Firemen.
An excursion train on the C. N. &
L. railroad bearing the colored firemen
of that city and many of their friends
and two bands of music arrived ini
Newberry yesterday morning. Tb a
firemen were met by the representa
tives of (Newberry's colored firemen:
and wvere right royally treated and
spent a pleasant day.
The firemen were escorted to Klett
ner's hall where they were welcomed
by chief Montgomery in a brief speech
and also by Col. W. H. Hunt, Jr., and
refreshments were served. The picnic
~was in Maj. Jones' grove. Together
'a grand ball last night and base
bal .afeon Newberry's
frmngave their~ visi ~g brethren
from Columbia a good time.
Blalock is offering bargains in lauin
dried and unlaundried shirts.
Will be a good one for playing Ball.
You can find the fiest Base-ball go ds
at the Bookstore. ly.
A Steam Laundry for Newberry.
The people want it and what the
people want they can have. The mat
ter has b'-en talked of for some time.
On last Friday afternoon a mneeting
-of some of those interested i the
scheme was gotten up hurriedly and
held in Council Chambers. Mr. ,i. G'.
Goggans was chairman of the meeting
and E. H. Aull secretary. Mr. Seving
who was stopping over in Newberry
for the day and who had just put in
--ihe Laurens Laundry submitted sorte
figures showing the cost of a laundry
the size of the one at Laurens and aho
the probable cost of operating and th~e
income. A committee to look further
into the matter of cost and securing
stock was appointed as5 follows: C. L.
Blease, E. H. A uil, M. L. Spearman,
F. A. Schumpert and Z. F. Wright.
The meeting then adjourned subject to
the call of the chairman.
The Herald and News has spoken t'o
a good many persons on the subject
and every one seems willing to take
some stock aind anxious to see the
The idea is to have the stock divided
into) smal lmares so that every one can
hav-ea little stoek and thus'he ma:de
to feel a perstmal interest in the success
of the enterprise.
The commiaittee at its meeting on
Monday appointedk E. HT. Auall ~ani F.
A. Schumrpert to visit th.e l:aundry at
Laurens aud see the manchinery baefore
canvassing for the stock. The commit
VARIOU.S AND) ALL ABSOUT.
The examinations at the college will
close this week.
The Craded Shools will close next
The Confederate pensioners are to be
paid on and after 15th instant.
A Columbia band has been engaged
to furnish music for the Commence
iment next week.
Mr. Silas Johnstone will move his
office from the Crotwell Hotel to the
Oae of the attractions of Comnience
ment is "Capitola," in the Opera
House Thursday night.
The Graded School Trustees will elect
teaebers on the 18th instant. See no
RGeo. B. Cromer, Esq., delivers the
address before the Prosperity High
School this Wednesday evening.
Miss Carrie DeWalt,who has recently
returned from Staunton Female Col
lege, Staunton, Va., took the medal in
the art department.
Don't leave the city before seeing
"Capitola," which will be presented in
the Opera House Thursday night, the
The Herald and News acknowledges
receipt of an invitation to conmmence
meut at Woflord College next week
from Mr. G. M. Davis of Newberry.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright of the Newber
ry Baptist church will preach the ser
mon at the commencement of the
Leesville College on Sunday. June 21.
Commencement in Newberry Col
lege begins next Sunday morning with
the baccalaureate sermon by Rev. S.
W. Owen, of Maryland.
The music for the services at the Op
era House next Sunday morning and
night will be furnished by a select
choir under the direction of Mrs. Peter
A negro by the name of Williams was
drowned in Enoree river near Whit
mires on Sunday last. He went in
bathing with two others and could not
swim. His body was not found at last
The regular monthly meeting of the
Newberry Board of Trade will be held
next JIouday afternoon at six o'clock
at Council chambers; a full attendance
All the cburches will be closed in
Newberry next Sunday morning and
night, and the congregations will unle
in the services at the Opera House inci
dent to commencement.
All honorary and former members
of the Adelphian Society of Furman
University are urgently requested to
be present at its reunion in the Univer
sity cha- .1 at Greenville on Tuesday
afternoon, June 16th, at 5 o'clock.
Coroner Buist held an inquest near
Prosperity yesterday over the body of
a woman. It was at first thought that
she had been maltreated by her hus
band, but the jury said the death was
from natural causes.
Progress and Enterprise.
If you drink from "the Pelham" Soda
Water Fountain, you get,
1st. Pure Soda Water.
2nd. Cold Soda Water.
3d. Sparkling Soda Water.
'Points of advantage.
1st. Health preserved.
2nd. Thirst quenched.
3d. Temperature lowered.
Try Pineapple Gem.
Champagne Mist, and Coca-cola at
Miss Idalee Hunter, of Greenwood,
is visiting Mrs. B. M. Dennis.
Mrs. Ray, of Florence is on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Geo. McWhirter.
Miss Gussie Kibler went on Tuesday
to visit her sister,. Mrs. Bryant, at
Miss Eunice Sease has returned from
Staunton Female Seminary, Stau nton,
Mr. B. H. Johnstone has returned
home from his school at Timmons
Drs. Jas. McIntosh 0. B. Mayer, Jr.,
and WV. G. Houseal are attending the
Medical Association at Anderson.
Mrs. Forster, who has been visiting
her friend, Mrs. 0. L. Schumpert, left
yesterday for her home in Birming
Miss Irene Osborne, daughter of Mr.
Win. Osborne, of Anderson, is on a
visit to Mrs. Jno. 0. Peoples in New
Mr. M. E. Wickliff'e takes Mr. J. B.
Ford's place as telegraph operator and
ticket agent of R. & D. railroad at
Newberry. Mr. Ford goes to Binning
Mrs. Thos. Cook left on Tuesday for
Anniston, Ala., to visit her sister, Mrs.
Geo. Meredith, who is quite ill. Mr.
Cook received a telegram yesterday
stating that Mrs. Cook had arrived
safely and that Mrs. Meredith was
At the, Bookstore in great variety. ly
.That Union Depot.
What about that union depot? Real
ly it is getting time for the two rail
roads coming toNewberry to build that
depot. We have waited long and pa
tiently. We understand tbat the delay
is caused Dow by the Richmond and
Danville people, as the new road is
ready, willing and waiting to do its
Better passenger accommodations
are needed by both roads and now is
the time t,o give Newberry a union
Syrnp of Figs.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts gently, on the kid
neys, liver,- and bowels, effectually
cleansing the system, dispelling colds
and headaches, and curing habitual
Miss Lilfan Glenn has closed her
bright little school of younger pupils.
One or two of the little girls were al
most faultless in the perfection of their
recitations during the entire term.
We met "Yube" recently walking
through our classic grove. He was
not altogether happy and serene on
that day. That hotel of his was in
need of a "French" cook and he didn't
know but that he might find one here.
The railroad authorities will not
allow the citizens to remove the church
to the grove. The superintendent
writes that the grove is needed for an
Mrs. A. J. Bowers and children left
for Virginia last week and will be gone
Mrs. Jenkins, of Chappells, spent
several days with friends in the village
in the early part of the week.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
The Crozier Monumnent.
The history of the tragic death of
Calvin Crozier, the brave Texan, who
was murdered at Newberry just after
the war, for giving proteetion to a lady
from the insults of Ftderal nego troops,
is 'resh in the memory of our readers.
It will be also remembered that a citi
zens' meeting was held and committees
appointed to raise money to erect a
monument to Mr. Crozier. The con
tract for the ionument was awarded
to Leavell & Speers. They have com
pleted the job and are now engaged in
erecting the monument in Rosemont
Cemetery. A lot has been secured at
the front or west side of the cemetery,
near the entrance going from town.
The remains of Mr. Crozier were re
moved from the graveyard on Tuesday
morning. There was no stone to mark
his grave, but Messrs. Leavell & Speers
! are satisfied that they secured the
The monument is a beautiful and
substantial strrcture of granite and
marble. On one face of the marble
base is the word Crozier in large raised
On another side of this base is the
"Rest on, embalmed and sainted dead,
Dear as the blood you gave,
No impious footsteps here shall tread
The herbage of your grave:
Nor shall your glory be forgot
while fame her record keeps,
Or honor points the hallowed spot
Where valor proudly sleeps."
The monument proper is inscribed
on all four sides with appropriate testi
monials to the brave dead. To give
the reader what is on each side sepa
rately we give the inscriptions below
and indicate them 1st, 2nd, 3d and 4th
CALVIN S. CROZIER,
Born at Brandon, Mississippi, August, 140.
Murdered at Newberry, S. C., Septem
ber, Sth, IS65.
After the surrender of the Confederate armies,
while on the way to his home in Texas from a
Federal prison, he was called upon at the railroad
station at Newberry. S. C., on the night of Sep
tember 7th. 1865, to protect a young white woman,
temporarily under his charge, from gross insults
offered by a negro Federal soldier of the garrison
A difficulty ensued in which the negro was
slightly cut. The infuriated soldiers seized a
citizen of Newberry upon whom they were about
to execute savage vengeance, when Crozier came
promptly forward and avowed himself the author
of the deed, thus refusing to accept safety from
allowing a stranger to receive the violence in
tended for himself.
He was hurried in the nighttime to the bivouac
of the Regiment to which the soldiers belonged,
was kept under guard all night, was not allowed
communication with any citizen, and without
even the form of a'trial, was condemned toldie, and
was shot to death about daylight the following
morning and the body mutilated.
Commencement at Newberry.
Commencement in Newberry will
begin on Sunday morning next with
the baccalaureate sermon in the Opera
House by Rev. S. W. Owen, of Mary
land. On Monday night is the Junior
medal contest. Tuesday morning the
address before the alumni by Rev. J.
W. Daniel. Tuesday evening the ad
dress before the Literary Societies' by
Senator Butler. Wednesday morning
annual commencement and speeches
by the graduates and awarding of
medals and diplomas.
A large number of visitors is expected.
Reduced rates have been secured on all
All the exercises will be held in the
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
is the place to get Cold Soda
Water, Milk Shakes, Iced
Lemonade. Also Deep Rock
Water on draught. Try their
Egg Phosphate. It is the
best kind of Tonic. 1y
For the next 30 days gents summer
underwear will be sold-at a sacrifice at
E. P. Roe's Works
Can be found at the Bookstore for $1,
usual : rice $1.50. ly.
The census of the population of New
berry as published last week was incor
rectly stated in the totals of white and
colored population. The following are
the correct figures:
Colored Males............ ......743
An elegant assortment of Negligee
Shirts at BLALOCK'd. tf
The health of the community conva
Mr. J. B. Crooks went to the city of
Columbia Saturday on the morning's
train, returning on the evening's. He
said the city was very lively.
This community was visited by three
washing rains on three successive
nights last week; some hail fell each
night; the earth was illuminated by the
vivid flashes of lightning, and the
thunder roared furiously. Few grander
sights are seen than a terrific thunder
storm at night. If many more such
rains come, we fear some of the Walton
farmers will go to board at the Asylum,
as the grass is about to derange their
minds-the P. M. is liable to be a
Mr. J. B. Crooks' family are indebted
to Mr. Harrison Cromer for a treat to
some sweet potatoes; they are as sound
as any eaten in December. Now, if
any of you y< ig farmers wish to raise
sweet potatoes apply to Mr. Cromer for
information. Mr. Cromer has also two
charming daughters, so while you are
seeking in formation abou t the potatoes,
you might be pleasantly entertained.
The Walton P. M1. says that quite a
number of boxes of flowers leave Wal
ton for Newberry. We don't believe
we will say what young ladies send
th e boxes or who are the happy re
cek .ers of these fragrant flowers.
We heard a man say yesterday that
he hadn't been fishing on Broad River
lately, because it was useless. A fishing
party not lang since, had caught all the
fish. We'll not mention .the nunmber
as it would be incredible to our readers.
The fine horse and buggy of Mr. W.
J. Hentz was seen hitched at Walton
P. 0. not long since. We did not learn
his business, but can't think he wanted
his mail as it was Sunday.
.U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 1-7, 1889.
Maj. Blalock characterizes Goldville
the garden spot of the earth. Vell,
truly, it is a very delightful little coun
try way station, and might be made a
most delightful little little town or
city, but it needs to be divided up into
streets and lots and to get some one to
come in and buy those lots and to
On .ionday this scribe made a pleas
ant little run up to Goldville in comu
pany with Maj. L. V. C. Blalock and
Capt. Chas. Ellis. We enjoyed the
hospitality of Mr. J. S. Blalock while
theie. Mr. Blalock is one of the larg
est and most successful farmers is this
entire section of the State. He and his
son have given the C. N. & L. railroad
the right of way through their land
and now propose to donate a lot for a
depot at Goldville.
Goldville is very prettily located for
a town and has one of the best back
countries in the State and now with
two railroads it is destined to be a con
siderable town in the future.
TLe crops along the route are look
ing very well, but the grass is coming
on apace and it is going to take hard
and constant work by the farmers to
keep it under control.
Quite a number of the merchants
have decided to close their stores for
the summer every afternoon, except
Saturday, at half past six o'clock. The
following notice to their patrons has
been is.ued by those who went into
the agreement :
To our friends and patrons: On and after
the 4th Instant and until the 1st of Septem
ber next we wi:l close our stores daily, (Sat
urday excepted \ at 6.30 o'clock in the after
noon. You will oblige as by ca:ling before
Boozer& Goggars, Gary & Cook.
Peoples & Johnson, J. F. Speck.
F. B. McIntosh, Wooten & McWhirter.
Z. F. Wright. Mrs. S. A. Riser.
0. H. P. Faut & Son. M. J. Scott & Co.
E. M. Evans & Co. Leavel) & Spears.
Purcell & Spearman. J. W. White.
Smith & Wearn. F. A. Sebumnpert.
Minter & Jamleson. W. B. Rikard.
W. H- W. Adams. L. W. C. Blalock.
W. A. Fallaw. C. L. Havird.
J. W. Taylor & Co. J. N. Martin.
J. D. Davenport. C. & G. S. Mower.
W. T. Tarrant.
Newberry, S. C., June 3, 1891.
ICE ! ICE !
AT JONES' ICE HOUSE
FULL SUPPLY ON HAND
PRICE LOW DOWN.
The pupils of Miss Mamie Holbrook
gave their piano forte rucital on Friday
evening, June 5th. It was a pleasant
affair and the pupils gave evidence of
careful training. The following was
Greeting. by Class.
Hunter's Joy March-Lalla Martin.
Welcome to Spring-Members of Class.
Nearer my God to Thee-Miss Morlat Martin
Joyous Con.panions-Fannie McCaughrin.
The Ball-Bessie and Nina Carlisle.
Le petit Saldat-Bernice Martin.
The Wayside Chapel-Lucy McCaughrin.
Souvenir de Ischl-Hattle Leavell.
Raindrops and Flowers-Nannie Mccaugh
rin and Members of Class.
Stille Liebe-Estelle Todd.
Flittings from the Pest-Msa Janie Martin.
5th Nocturne-Miss Louise Tarrant.
Last Hop- -Miss Mary L. McClintock.
Martha,-Mar y Butler Pope.
Le Printem ps-Miss M. L. McClintock and
Good Night, by Class.
Fr-ee General Delivery.
Not only keeping up with the pro
ession, but among the leaders of the
march, is Mr. R. C. WillHams, of New
berry. His latest public-spirited move
is a furniture- wagon, a little beauty,
which is a joy to himself and a conve
nience to the public, and which ena
bles him to easily, quickly and prompt
ly deliver goods, without drayage, to
his customers. Newberry is improv
ing, and Mr. Williams does not intend
to be behind in the stride of enterprise
ad progress. He believes in push
and printer's ink, and we hope he will
have abundant success, which he de
serves. When you are in need of fur
niture-bedsteads, baby carriages, etc.,
etc.-call on Mr. Williams and you
will be satisfied. He is a reasonable
man to deal with.
AT ALL HOURS DAY OR
NIGHT AT LOWEST FIG
URES AND IN ANY QUAN
JAMES DUNBAR. AGT.
Miss Minnie Pitts, our beloved
friend and teacher, has left us. May
joy and smiles ever be with her. Many
good wishes to you, Miss Minnie.
Mrs. Bess Payne is visiting Mrs.
John D. Brooks.
Our young Dr. made a flying visit to
his girl last Saturday night.
Miss Cora Davis is able to be up'
Mrs. C. A. Brooks is improving very
Thie young people had a fishing par
ty o'n Mudlick several days ago.
We are having a delightful season
now. Crops are very good. Gardens
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put t'ogether, and until the last few
years was.supposed to be incurable. For
great many years doctors pronounced
it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it iurable. Science has proven catarrh
o e a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfoces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any caseit fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
SMold by Druggists,'75c,
A Wonderful Invention
On exhibition at D. B. Wheeler's
Sewing Machine otBce. It is the Clay
ton Sewing Machine Motor. It enables
the sewing machbine operator to sew in
definitely without the use of the treadle,
steam, water or electricity. Everybody
nd especially the ladies are invited to
call, examine and test the machine,
nd 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 & Wilson No. 9, The Stand
ard, Davis, New Home, Domestic. and
heaper ones such as The White, The
Union, etc. tf
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.
Bueklen's A.rnca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet
tar, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
ll Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
iye perfect satisfaction. or money refunded
nce 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
The association met at the Graded
School building on last Saturday.
Not so many teachers were present as
at the last meeting, but there were I
enough, however, to make the exer
Only two papers were read ; one by
Miss Alice Bowers. the other by Mrs.
M. L. Tarrant.
M is Bowers discussed "Moral Train
ing in our Schools" in a clear and at
tractive way, and showed that it has a
place in the school room as well as
other subjects generally considered
more important. On some points that'
arose in the discussion of the question
there was a ditlerence of opinion, but
all agreed that the moral development
of the school is essential to successful
work in its highest sense.
Mrs. Tarrant discussed in an instruc
tive way "Composition Work."
During the discussion the question
arose as to whether the children
should prepare their work in the
school room or at home.
Some teachers held that sufficient
time cannot be give to the subject at l
school, therefore the essays from the
more advanced classes should be pre
pared at home, others-and they were
in the majority-held that the essay
should be written in the school room
under the eye of the teacher.
We were surprised to see four out of
the six on the programme absent, and
hope that it will not be so the next
Mr. T. W. Keitt was appointed a
committee of one to make all arrange
ments for the association when it I
meets at the Rutherford school.
The President, Prof. Brown, urged
the ii.,portance of teachers attending
the State Association which meets at
Anderson on the 22d of Tuly.
The trip will cost very little, only
the railroad fare, as the citizens of An
derson will entertain all teachers free
of chargo. . would be well for all
teachers to join the State Association
at once. By paying to Prof. 'i n at
Newberry b1.m), which will be sent "t
the treasurer of the association, any f1
teacher will be entitled to membership.
Those who wish to attend will please
make it known to Mr. C. Wardlaw,
Anderson, S. C., who will make the
A full programme has been prepared
for the meeting on July 3d and 4th.
Besides the teachers in the common
schools, others have agreed to be pres
ent, and to take part in the work. Dr.
Holland and Messrs. G. B. Cromer
and A. H. Kohn will be present to
help the cause of education in our
common schools. We hope to be able
to h^ve a class of little ones present,
so tLat Miss Garlington can illustrate
the methods of teachirg the primary
We would be glad to see at least
forty teachers present at-the meeting. -
The Southern teadhers association
will meet at Chattanooga, Tenn., dur
ring the second week in July. We
have heard that Newberry County will
have at least two representatives at
the meeting. The round trip need not
cost more than $20 or $25. The oppor
tunity for attending this association
may not be better for years to come.
We had better go this year if we wish
to at all.
The State Superintendent of Edu
cation has not yet informed us as to
the arrangements he is making or has
already made for institute work this
summer. As the time for holding our
institute is fast approaching we are be
coming anxious to hear from the Su
Newberry College has enrolled near
ly one hundred students this year,
fiftty-eight of whom are in the Col
legiate Department. This is a Very
satisfactory showing, and reflects credit
upon an institution which so justly de
serves it. This college has sent forth
many young men who are now found
teaching in not only the schools of this
State, but even in those of the far West. 1
A pleasant and efficient remedy
Dysentery, Diarrhoa and all
stomach and bowel complaints.
Prepared and sold by
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Corner Drug Store
The "Reliable" Brand.1
The "Reliable'' brand of Hams andi
Breakfast Bacon are the finest on the
market. Always on hand at McIn-t
tosh's. __________ ly.
S. H' Clifford, New Castle. Wis., was trou
bled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his
stomach was disordered, his Liver was affect- s
ed to an alarming degree, appetito fell away
and he was terribly reduced in flesh and C
strength. Three bottles of Electric Bitters 2
a Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a
rnnning sore on his leg of eight years' stand
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters
and seven boxes Bucklen's Arnmca Salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Ca
tawba, 0.; had five large Fever sores on his
leg; doctors said he was incurable. One bot
tle Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Ar
nca Salve cured him entirel3. sold by Rob
ertson & Gilder.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
Wh. en she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Misrs, she clung to Castoria
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Pickles ! Pickles !! Pickles !!!
Mixed Pickles in barrels, Cucumber
Pickles in barrels, and a full assortment
of bottle pickles at McIntosh's. ly.
A Fountain Pen for t0c.
it the the Bookstore. 1.
I. W. HARPER'S.
Old Nelson County Kentuckey Whiskcy.
Has been recognized for years as one
of the foremost and finest whiskies
p laced before the American public.
Like every article of fineuess it caters
not for the bulk of consumers, to whom
one whiskey tastes but little different
from another, but for the appreciation
of the connoisseurs only. It is. in short,
a gentlemen's beverage, and intended
or gentlemen only. 1
THOS. Q. BOOZER, Sole agent.
Newberry S. C.C
Now Try TbIs.
It will cost you nothing and will sure'y do
you good, if you have a Cough, Cold, or anyC
trouble with Throat, Ch st or Lungs. Dr.
King's New Discover- for Consumption,f
Coughs and Colds is guaranteedi to give relief I
or money will b)e paid hack. Sufferers from1
La Grippe found it.iust the thing, and under its
use had a speedy and perfect recovery. Try
a sample bottle at our expense and learn for
yourself jus'how good a thing it is.
Trial bottles free at Robertson & Gilder's
Drug store. Large size 50c. and $I. I
Veni, Vidi,. Vici! This is true of
Hall's Hair Renewer, for it is the
great conquerer of gray or faded hair, I
making it look the same even color of <
A great spring medicine is P. P. P. E
the greatest blood purifier in the world
as hosts of people in this city, where it
is manufactured, can testify.
Junie 7, at Cannon Creek church, I
Rev. W. W. McMorries, lr. Sani.
(rotweli and Miss Nellie -Neil, both
June 7, at the bride's home, by Re
H. T. Smith, Mr. Thos. Foster at
Miss Sarah Horne, both of Newberry
Miss Adeline Adams died at tl
home of her brother, Mr. W. H. '
Adams, in Newberry on Friday, t1
The infarnt child of Mr. Wiley Kor
died in Factoryville on T1'husrday, 41
The yot-ngest son of Mr. and MI
E. B. Ble;se died in Asheville, N.C., c
Sunday l:Lst, aged one year.
Mr. He iry Stone died at his hom
near Jolly Street, on Saturday, the 61
nstant, aged about (JO years.
Mrs. Hunter, mother of Prof T.
EIunter, of the Newberry Grade
school, died suddenly at her nome i
Mhester, on last Saturday mornin,
rom the effects of poison, caused b
aniog carmed beef. She was a siste
>f Mr. Lawrence Marshall, now of Cc
POST OFFICE. NEWBERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertise
une 10, 1891.
3arnes, Juli as Goggans. Lawson
renon. Jesse Sinns, Elizabeth
)avis, Isah Wilkers, Mrs. F. L.
Persons calling for the above letters wij
>lease say that they were advertised.
R. MOoRm.&. P. M.
AMONG OUR COLLEGES.
'he Comme ncement Season-The Time, th
Place and the Speakers .Take Your
The co;immencement season is fu:
ipon us. For the next two or thre
eeks our time and attention must b
yven to our colleges. Our daughter
nd -r :ons, will appear upon th
tage. $on. they will begin the joul
iey of real 'life in ; .rnest. It is oul
;o give them a hearty.ad an earne:
welcome. Last week The Heraan
\'ews put:lished the programme of th
xercises at Newberry to begin nex
unday. This week we give the pr<
ramunes of some other colleges.
COLUMBIA FEMALE COLLEGE.
Commencement sermon, June 14t[
[891, by Rev. R. D. Smart, D. D.
Sermon before the College Missionar
ociety Sunday evening, 8 o'clock, b
Rev. J. W. Daniel, of Chester statior
Wedneseday evening at S 30 o'eloci
tnnual joint celebration of the Wigh
nau and Willard Societies.
Thursdc.y, 18th, at 11 A. M., Cor
nencemerit Day, address, by Prof.]
B. Craighead of Wofford College.
Thursdi.y, 8:30 P. M., calisthenit
md annual reception.
SAMUEL B. JONES, President.
JUNE 14.-11 A. A1., Baccalaureat
sermon l y Bishop Charles B. Gall<
vay, D- 1. 8:30 P. M., Y. M1. C. A
Sermon by Rev. R. N. Wells, D. D
D. C. Con ference.
JUNE 15.-11 A. M., Address befor
he Liters.ry Societies by Hon. John '
xraves, of Georgia. 9 A. M., Meetin
>f Board of Trustees. 9 P. M1., JoiL
Debate of Calhoun and Preston Liters
JUNE 16.-Commencement Day. I
a. M., Exercises in the Chapel. 9 P. M1
address before Alumni Association b;
eorge E. Prince of Class'70J.
Homnes will be provided for minister
t'ho give notice before June 32.
J. A. GAMEWEL L,
Secretary of Faculty.
THE DUE WEST COLLEGE.
The public examinations in Erskin
jollege wAil begin in the Tutor's depart
nent on Tuesday, June 16th; in Era
ine College on Wednesday, I 7th, an<
~lose on Monday, 22nd; in the Theologi
al Semir:ary on Thursday, 18th, an<
lose Monday, 22nd. The commiitte
re requested to be in attendance fror
- WM. HooD, Secretary.
JUNE 22-25, 1891.
MONDAY NIGHT.-The usual anni
ersaries of the Societies will be held is
eir respective halls.
TUESDA Y.-The Board of Directors
he Theological Seminary will meet
LS also the Trustees of Erskine College
TUESDAY NIGHT.-The Due Wes
emale College will hold some of it
xercises in its own chapel.
WEDNFsDAY. -- Commencement i
WEDEN3DAY NIGHT.-Alumni Ad
ress by Rev .1J. C. Galloway, of York
ille, and business meeting of Alumn
.lso announcement of distinctions.
DUE WEST FEMALE COLLEGE.
The examinations in the .Femal
Jollege will begin on Tuesday, Jun
6th, and close on the Friday follow~
MONDA my AND TUESDAY.-Art recep
TUESDAY EVENING.-The youn,
adies of thie graduating class will reat
heir essays in the hall at the Femali
THURSIDAY, June 2.5.-Anniversar:
dress by the Hon. J. F. J. Caldwell
f New ber ry, S. C. Delivery of diplomas
ward of distinctions. Delivery c
M~any Persons are broken
down from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuildsthe
system, ails digestion, removes excess of bile,
and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
Jhildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
3th the method and results wher
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasan
iad refreshing to the taste, and act
ently yes promptly on the Kidng~
iver andl Bowels, cleanses the sys
em effectually, dispels colds, head
ches and fevers and cures habitua
onstipation. Syrup of Figs is th<
nly rer.iedy of its kind ever prc
uced, pleasing to the taste and ac
eptable to the stomach, prompt ii
ts action and truly beneficial in it
ifets, prepared only from the mos
mealthy and agreea'ble substances, it
nany exc,ellent qualities .commend r
o all and have made it the mos
opular r emedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
iad 1 bottles aby all leading drug
;ists. Any reliable druggist wh<
ay not have it on hand will prc
nure it promptly for any one wh<
rishes totry it. Do not accept an:
CALIFORNIA. FIG SYRUP Co.
8AM FRANCISC0, CA4.,
o W AT C H ES!
H WATCHES! WATCHES!
W AT C H ES!
I HAVE THE BEST WATCH
,t'O TSi Fgrn i
EYER OFFERD IN TJIS ITRRKET!
hr PENDANT SET, SCRIEW BACK
AND BEVL AND DUST PROOF.
THE VERY WATCH
FARMER_OR MECHANIC I
CALL AND SEE THEM.
ALSO A NII iN OF OTHIR STHiS
WATCIES FOR LADE, STS AD 8O8.,
Jno. F. Speck
for Infants and Children.
S "Castorlassowefnadaptedtoc]ldrenttat Castoria cresColic ostiptSou,
I recommend itas superior to any pcipiour Stomach, Diarrhaea. Eruactogm
known to me." H. A. Ascnmm, 31. D., KlsWorms, givea sleep, and promobes i- 4q
III So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. witfiou r ious medisio.
"The use of Castoria' is so universal and "For several yeas I have reoommoed
its merits so well known that it seems a work yo- Castoria, and shall always continue to
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are thedos asit bas invariably prodnyed beaeddi
e intelligent famnies who do not keep Castoria results."
within easy reach." EDwnr F. PAlnZZ, M. D.,
Caz,os M&An, DD.. MMA
New YLoS rk it.D. TheWinthrop,"l2MthStand ftAv.
Late Pastor Bloomingdal Beformed Church. NwYorkCty.
e Ts Carr CokP r,77 Evaar &rsr , Nzw Yaz.
One Fact YODU+
Will never cease, at least net as
THEORIES. 0. KLETTNER--M
a Remains in Business. The Won- .
der which his
The Twenty-Year Ton-Ba ai C at
tine policies of the DuigoeSan e
SEquitable Life Assur
Sance Society maturingfIW U UIIO [
in 1891 return the poilB ftenx hee
icyholder all the pre
miums paid, and theLO PRCS '
sfollowing rates of in- AST S
- terestontliepremiums BTDSGR1
-which have been paid Yad...............
wiring thie EDHOESUNt2Yy
years, in addition to CLT22Yrs .
Sthe assurance of hisOu EtreSok -
life during. the entire
period.LA IS ME '
life Rate Policies. FN H E
A return in cash of all - T
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
35 2 per cent. Safica Pre. :
20-Payment Life Policies. EulyLw
A return in cash of all
premiums with inlt :r- W EDMNYADMS
AG E. est at the rate ofHAETIFWHVEO
35 4 per cent. GV WYGOS
A return in cash of all avbgeog od utc
-premiums with inter- t h ieo h
AGE. est at the rate of
35 61 per cent. B R A N
. 45 6
55 8 -W"FE.
The return on other kinds of Yo HerU
-policies is in propoi ion, de
pending upon the kind of policy
and the premiums paid.
There is no assurance extant YuKo eMa
The E1:'tanle is the strong
est catmpany in tile World and S
tranlsacts the lartgest business. C M TO C
Assets, $1 19, 24 3,744 .N
- Isurplus, 23,740,447 8EUETEBRAIS ;
>Further information will be promiptly Bfr tI o ae
r furnished on application to
JAS. A. BURTON,
NEWBRRY,s Byc thoe Pofoth Mn'ex Whee