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Local and Special.
A desirable lot in Helena with four
room cottage. A pply at Salter's photo
graph gallery. tt
Will be open every Sunday 8 to 9.30
a. m.; 12 to 1 p. m.; (j to 7.30 p. m. lee
tickets for sale at my stoi e.
tf SA.N B. JoNEs.
The prettiest and nicest line of Car
pet Samples ever seen in the city. Call
and select your carpets. We take
pleasure in showing them. At
LAVERL & SPERS.
A Prosperity Commissiou.
A comnission was issued yesterday
to the Prosperity (inuing and Manu
facturing Comipany. The capital stock
is $5000, and the corporators are H. C.
Moseley, J. P. 13owers, 1). M. Langford,
W. A. Moseley.-The State, Sept. 30.
The Ruthertord School.
The Rutherford District school will
open on the first Monday in Novem
ber. Those outside the district desiring
to attend cau obtain board, at reason
able rates, by applying to the Secretary
of the Board of Trustees, Mr. John A.
-Cromer, Reubens, S. C.
Any informationion concerning the
course of study will be cheerfully sup
plied by the undersigned.
Tuos. W. KEITT, Principal.
If you don't want to wait long for
your cotton to be ginned, carry it to the
tf Oil Mill Ginnery.
Meeting or Newberry County Survivors'
There will be a meeting of the New
berry County Survivors' Association
held in the Court House on Monday,
(saledav). October 5th, 1S91, at 11 a. m.
At this meeting, besides electing five
members of the Association to act in
concert with the board of pension com
missioners appointed by the Governor,
there will be a final report made of the
committee appointed to solicit aid in
erecting a monument to the memory
of Jeflerson Davis.
It is earnestly desired that every sur
vivor in the county will be present at
0. L. S2iumpert, Esq., chairman of
the committee of arrangement, informs
me that he is in correspondence with a
speaker for the occasion.
2t C. F. BoYn, Secretary.
A select line of cheap and fine Pic
ture Frames at
tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
Rrin- us your cotton to be ginned,
we do the unloading at
tt Oil 'Mill Ginuery.
The following is the list of books
adopted for use in the publis schools of
Newberry County, Sept. 2r., 1891:
Histories: Davidson's South Carolina
and Barnes' serieR.
A rith metics: Robinson's
Grammars: Reed and1Kellngg's.
Drawing: Krus 's
Physiology and Hygieue: Smith's.
"Matchless Mineral Water."
SWill cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Chronic D)iarrhoa, Sore Eyes, Kidney
diseases, Skin diseases, Ch''onic Sores,
etc. I have used it for D)yspepsia and
Indigestion in my own case with great
relief. J. H ART. BLEASE,
Sm. Agt. for Newberry County.
"Reliable" Hams are still in the lead.
Every day the demand for them in
creases. If you want a nice, mild,
sweet Hant n'one can be found to equal
the "Reliaisle." Always on band and
arriving at M1CINTOSH's.
Rlal road( Racket.
It is rumored that the Richmond
and Danville railroad authorities will
in a short time run the train that is
no0w r ' fromr Prosperity to Anderson
thbrougi, to Columbia. This would be
quite a convenience to the travelimg
public, and very likely we could get a
mail service on it which would add
greatly to the mail service for New
Thien ther'e is also a rumor that the
Laurens train between Laurens and
Columbia will be extended to Green
ville. The distance from Laurens to
Greenville is only :34 miles, and with
the track from here to Laurens put in
good cendition, the distance to Green
ville could be mxade in very nearly the
same time that it niow takes to run to
Laurens. We would be glad to have
the authorities to p)ut into force these
two proposed improvenmen ts in our pas
senger service. It would give us six
passen~ger trains daily between Colum
bia and Greenville.
Gratifying to all.
The high position attained and the
universal seceptatnce and app)roval of
the pleasant'liquid fruit remedy Syrup
of Figs, as the most excellent laxative
known, illustrate the value of the qua
lities on which its success is based and
are abundantly gratifying to the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Comnpany.
the~clebra Dr.Arnol of ugby.
I hve een' t obainitthrough
the kndne iss Anie3onham,
The pray is so beautiful, and so
aptly sets fath the needs5of the teacher,
thatI requist its publication in order
that it may be within the reach oft all
who take your papecr.
-- Tuos. WX. KEITT,
* Dr. Arnold, of Rugby, wrote this
prayer for his own use. before lie went
m ito the school every day:
S"0 Lord. I have a busy world around
~e: eye, ear and thought will be needed
for all tmy work to bie done in that busy
wvorld. t>w, ere I enter upon it, I
wvould coniit eve, ear and thought to
Thee. Do Trhou bless them, and keep
their work Thine: that as through Thy
natural laws. myi heart beats aiid my
blood flows without any thought of
mine for themi, so mxy spiritual life miay
hold on its course at these times, when
my mind cannot consciously turn
to'hee, to commnitt each particular
thought to Thy service."
D)eafness Can't be Cured
hv local aoplications, as they cannot
reach theC diseased portion of the ear.
There is only~ one way to euro deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
D)eafness is eaused( by an intlamed con
ditioni of the miucous lining of the
Eustach ian Tube. WVhen this tube gets
intlamed you have a rumbling sound
ror imperfect hearinr. and wvhen is en
tirely C!osed1. De:if.iess is the result, and
unless the inuthnimation can be taken
(out and ilhis tube, restoredl to its normal
con"d ti 'n. hearn. will be destroyed
fo'rever: m ie :nes' out of t en are caused
S: atme cond it in of' the mnucous su r
we~ will Eve One. lHu,dred( D)ollars
ir :a!I en' of Deafmissotause~d byv
esta ,rrhi TIbt we canniiot (eure by taking
H-al.s Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
free. F. .i. CHENEY & C'o .Toledo, 0.
So'd h" druggists,75c.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mnj. L. W. C. Blalock has opened a
branch store at Ninety-Six with Mr.
W. Y. Sherard as manager.
We invite your attention to Mr. C.
A. Bowman's card, to be found else
Miss Willie Cozbv. cne of the teach
ers in the Woman's College, Columbia,
left yesterday for the opening of that
The many friends of Mrs. W. F.
Ewart who has beeti so ill, will be glad
to know that she is greatly improved
and is able t., be up.
Quite a number of new students and
many of the boys of last session cane
in yesterday for the opening session of
Newberry College to-day.
Treasurer C. F. Boyd gives notice of
the opening of the tax books for the
collection of taxes, and also of his ap
pointments at the various places in the
Night services will be resumed at the
Lutheran church next Sunday at S p.
n. The Iev. V. C. Schaef'er will then
begin a series of sernions on "The
hymns of the church."
Mr. Preston Cannon, of the Utopia
section, had the misfortune to break
one of the bones of his ankle last 1ri
day. He was loading an engine on a
wagon when one of the pieces slipped
and fell on his leg.
At the recent term of the Laurens
court Solicitor Schumpert secured a
conviction in every case tried. In one
case ten negro men were convicted of
the murder of one negro and all were
sentenced to be haiged.
Postmaster Moorman has completed
his rounds of inspection of the post
offices in this county. He says some
of them were not as well kept as they
might have been. He will make a
separate report on each one.
Dr. Bright, a prominent physician
of Richmond, Va., is on a visit to his
friends and relatives in Newberry
County. He at one time lived at New
berry and read medicine here under Dr.
Ewart some thirty-five years ago.
Capt. J. T. Minor. of Orangeburz,
has become associated with Mr. W. M.
Sherard in the mercantile business in
Newberry, and after to-day the firm
name will be Sherard and Minor. We
welcome Capt. 3inor to our city. Their
ad. will appear next week.
Some Big Values in our "Job De
tf. WOONTEN & MCWHIRTER.
Mackerel! Mackerel! Mackerel!
This season the prices on all grades
of Mackerel, place them for the first
time in several years within reach of
every one. Try some of the choicest
on the market, at MCINTOSH'S.
She: "Going to buy a suit, love, this
season, from Blalock?"
She: "And why from Blalock's?"
He: "Because, 'dear, when I spend
my $15.00 I want Style and Durability;
and my fifteen dollars takes no
Rig'ht you are, my boy! tf.
Mr F. B. Lane is home from Hen
Mr. John Aldrige has returned from
a visi. to relatives in Canada.
M%r. Duncan Wallace has gone to
Woficrd College, Spartanburg.
Mr. Robert Leavell left Tuesday for
Furm an University, Greenville.
Miss May V. Capers, of Columbia is
visiting Miss Katie Rutherford.
Misses Aunie Huiet and Minnie
Waters, of Johnston, are visiting Mrs.
Mr. Jas. P. Kinard leaves this morn
ing for Johns Hopkins University,
Bal ti more.
Mr. and Mrr. J. F. J. Caldwell have
returned home from an extended sum
Miss Carrie Hamilton and Rev. M.
D. Padgett, wife and daughter, of Edge
field are visiting Mr. Robt. C. Perry.
Cadets Langford, Johnson, Cozby
and McIntosh left for the Citadel, Che r
leston, yesterday. Mr. Coppock Speers
will leave to-morrow for the same
NEW CROP SEED FOR SALE!
Fresh stock of Seed Barley,
Blue Grass, Lucern and Re-d Clo
ver See~ds, just received. Lowest
prices on all seeds, and the best
Call and examine at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
Newberry BuilIdi ng and( Loan Association.
The members of the New berry Build
ing and Loan Association are hereby
notified that itbe 73d assessment will
be due and must be paid Monday,
October 5, 1891, and that the Board
of Direc1ors will meet in the Council
Chambers on Wednesday, October 7th,
1891, at 8 o'clock p. mn., to sell the
money on hand.
Any one wishing to borrow money
from the association can leave his ap
plication with the secretary at the Na
tional Bank of Newberry.
J. WV. M. SoutoNs,
Once more you can get those fine
Keg Cucumber Pickles, from McIn
tosh's. If you have never tried thenm,
now is your chance. ly
As I drove into Franklin, several
hundred ::ards, before my attention
was attrac:ted by the bustle of the
town's business, I noticed a very hand
some two-story building resting on a
considerable hill in a magnificent grove
of musical pines.
A schoolhouse-a splendid and pros
perouis looking schoolhouse lay before
It was tihe Franklin Collegiate Insti
tute, a school well known in western
Georgia. 4 * * A brighter, busier
set of boys and girls I have not seen.
In their keeping the future ot Franklin
is radiant with hope. The institute
building c.ontains three elegantly
eqipdrcitation rooms down stairs,
and has in the upstairs a commence
ment ball with a seating capacity of
seven hundred. The principal of the
institute, Prof. A. S. Laird, is a young
man whose qualifications entitle him
to rank among the foremost of Geor
gia's teachers. He has had five year's
successful experience, and is doing val
uable work for this institute. He is a
grad uate both of the New berry College,
S. C., and of the Peabody normal col
lege at Nashville.-Atlanta Journal.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
eathicn t gin roil. the en
twini:. i-y a:nl i he t I ull orange
bh',~iLm, lii-y jliLht i lwir trothi, andi by~
the i,ev. Dr.. ailer, t,f tie ItheraI
(.hurch, ,,Iste by :.b l'ev. D r.
Wright, of the Bapti!-t chureb, the
word*sI are sp,keni whicb inite two
hearts inl one-am
It Wa a gay : n ihay 3islmbla.e.
T he weddin., garetnts were on: tihe
marriagt f -,.t wa niuar at lan. The
Luthei c.1 Church w:... the lace of tihe
-Venfe, ant TueSday evening the time.
_N Ir. B. C. Matthiews and1 31s 'a
Crot.-..ll, tht. bel:til L nd :11(? charminig
daughter of 01r. . A. ( rot well, were
Unlited inl the Iyo bIonIdS of wedlock.
They were attemdt by thirts-en gallant
young men,an asl' umny) lovely nna:idIens~
all arraved in pue viite. It was a
beautiful scene to look upon. The
church was artisIically and tastefully
dectorattd. A ;rjp!e arch of bright
fresh green thick ly stimk!edl with gol
,den r*od surrouindid' tNe :tr., beneath
which as-ein bled thc bridal party, and
the happy young eoiple )Pp-hted their
troth. The railing was artistically
draped inl whi't- and entert'vied with
ivy. Upon eithera- side of the elaicel
Were staiof r'Y are hot hou ) p:ats in
bloom. The pulpit. was banked with
exquisite roses aInt back of it were
beautiful ferns and lailms. I alcove
showed a delicate tracery of ivy, and
in the centre, at the top, and on either
side hung baskets of trailing vi;es, lind
beneath the centre basket in the alctwe
was the united heart of handsome nat
ural flowers, emblematic of the oea
sion. Upon the whole the (hurch was
very prettily decorated and the efleet
was pleasing to the eye.
The churo-h was full down stairs and
upstairs. In fact we might say "the
world and his wife were there." They i
came early and had patience to wait..
Every one loves to see a beautiful mar
The bridal party arrived promptly at
nine o'clock, and as they reached the
doors the organ pealed forth the grand
march of the "Ci:jus Atinia," and as
the bride entefed the church the tones
were modulated into the familiar tine
of "Faithful and True," from LoThen
grin. And as the party retired Men
dessohn's wedding march was beauti
fully rendered. Mrs. Peter Ib>bertsott
presided at the organ.
A sDecial lady rn-porter has furnished
The Herald and News a description of
the costumes of the ladies of the bridal
party, and it is given herewith:
The ushers were W. A. Fant, J. E.
Scott, G. F. Wearn and E. 1. Martin,
all in .,ull dress.
The groom marehed up the aisle on
the arm of Mr. P. O. Ellisor, who was
best man. The bride came in with
Miss Alice Cannon, and the two joined
each other in front of the Chatncel.
The bride was handsomely attired in
a white India silk e. trainc, trimmed
with chiffon lace, and wore a wreath of
orange blossons and a beautiful silk
tulle bridal veil. She also wore a niag
nificent necklace of diamonds. She was
a beautiful bride.
Mr. P1. G. Ellesor arted as best man
and Miss Alice Cannon as best lady.
Miss Cannon wore a haudsonie bro
caded silk trimmed in festoon flowers
of exouisite lace. Pearl ornaments.
Mr. 'oster Martin with Miss Min
nie Matthews, of Edgefield, in a lovely
dress of white silk. Ornaments of
Mr. S. E. Brown with Miss Mamie
Clardy, of Laurens. Miss Clardy wore
a beautiful white silk, with ornaments
Dr. L. D. Haigler with Miss Carrie
DeWalt, of Prosperity. Elegant cod
tume of cre am Ottoman silk, trimmed
with lace and ribbons. Diamtondi orna
Mr. Jenks H. Robertson with Miss
Laura Blease. She wore a pretty China
silk, white jeweled chiffon. Diamond
MIr. F. L. Bynum with Miss Marie
Wright, of Donalds. Surah silk, lace
and natural flowers. Pearl ornamen ts.
MIr. J. D. Davenport with Miss WVil
lie Cozby. She wore a combination
henrietta andI white satin, with lace
trimmuinngs. Ornaments, opals.
MIr. W. G. Mayes wit h MallieWheel
er. This young lady wore a lovely cos
tume of China silk, festooned with blue
forget-rme-niots arid miaiden-hair fern.
Ornaments,I pearsand sapphires.
Mr. Rt. H.V Wearin with Miss Nan
nie Mlayes. Dress of white .silk, with
natural tiowers-elegant ini its simt
Dr. Geo. unmmers, of O:angeburg,
with Miss Carrie Maffett, of Silver
Street. This young lady wore a dress
of dotted China silk with hantdsomte
Llamta trimmaings. PI ncess costume.
Diamonds and rubies.
Mr. S. . Wooten with Miss Tilla
Boozer. White Bedford cord, Marabout
trimming. Orinaments turquois and
Mr. D. S. Ellesor with Miss Edline
Merchant. Crepe de Chine andl hen
rietta; lace trimmaings. Ornaments
Jas. L. Kennetly with Miss Addie
Caldwell. Silk henrietta arid chiffon
lace. Natural flowers and dimonlds.
A fter the ceremniony about two hun
dred invited guests assemnbled at the
CrotwellI Hotel w here a bounit iful rep)ast
was spread arid leasure andl good will
held high carnival until past 12 o'clock.
The supper was prepared by Mr. amnd
Mrs. Stewart, anri a very elegant one
it was. Thie tables were very pretty
and the decorations upon the walls
spoke of the festive occasion.
The Herald and News wishes the
young couple a happy life of usefulness.
Ev~ery one who has tried the "Tar
heel Cheese"' recommnend it as being
the fiest cheese ever brought t.o the
city. Leave your order for some, at
We are giving satisfaction in net
weight of lint. Our gins fairly skiin the
tf Oil Mill ( innery.
")h' where did you get t hat hat?"'
Blalock's, of course. New shapes and
choice colors exclusivey. tf.
Just received a fresht lot of G3lenn
Springs, Harris' Mineral, Buffalo
Lithia, and Bromnine anid Arsenic Wa
ters at Robtinuson & Gilder's D rug Sto: e.
The following progr:rmmeac has been
prepared for the leacheris' Associationi
which m~eets at Nehryon -:aturdlay
1. The best methods for teaching
speling-Mrs. .1. A. Longii.
2. Hlow to teach Geograph~ly-rof.
:.Th imitportantce of the teache~rs'
prepahrinrg each recitauti n-.i. WV. Keitt.
4. Do we atternpt to t('eh too niany
subhje'cts, anrd too rapidly:. in our public
shols'.-W. A. C'ourts.
The Associat ion will meet at the
A full attendance is desired, as this
will be the first meeting of the coming
shl otSess(itn. AnTIH URt hinLER.
- U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
The Cotton Market.
'ood middling cotton was quoted il
Newberry yesterday at 7 (.
)i Saturday last the Newberr:
market Was lively. It operd at 7
and jumped up1) t:) 81 (" '. Nearly :
bales were sold.
D uring this week th;(e recipts Ihav
been light, altlougl soile cottwn iha
been oil tlie market vverv day.
A Glance it the I'jtt.
M r. T. (4. Williams has given 'Th
I forald al News a copIy of the Ncw
berey Se:Liinel of Alarch 15, I1854, whiel
Ie i'ound among his fatier's pape-r4
Thie Sentmel Was publislhed in New.
lerry from 1849 to IS5.i by .las. M. Cr)s
,011n aId IThos. I. Slider. Cr. ('rosson
is nmW a judge inl Texas, aId Mr.
Slider has been dea(I several venrs.
The old paper is torn and tar tered, hut
is quite interesting. The on'.; local in.
fornation it contaiined, except, that. iht
(reenville and Co;uibia Railroad h:at
resuied its sehiedule, is found il in lth
advertising colurnns. Ii tlt paprs
we notice that Lient. .I io(). 0. Peop
and Jos,. S. Reid WerTe dasinfg C,aValr\y
nen of the Lafayette troop, an<d that
(aptainl W. Hf. 1un11t had been pro
ioted. In that year also W. A. ('line
began his "steani favtory,'' arnid tle
commissioner of public buildi'ng4, in
vited bids for building a newj I]. Steelt
& Morgan advertised 2,000 lbs eboice
country cured bacon in hams, shoul
ders and sides, while not one tent h of
such meat ever comes to Newberry i:mw.
V. G. Neel oflered "1lt) reward for a
negro boy named Amos." Spring came
early that year, for half lie editorial
space is devoted to tie fact ti hat "winter
with icy mantle and frosty breath is
fleeing fast with rapid strides to the
chilling regions of the North." In
these later years he gets trilpped up, and
doesn't go away so fast.
What a saving of work and tiiie to
have your cotton ginned at the Oil Mill
Messrs. Willie Zobel and Jim Gail
lard are in Charleston. The former will
"clerk" and the latter go into thie Iia
The exceptionally beautiful cotton
pieking weather of the past three week
was broken Sunday by a heavy shower
of rain and Monday by a perfect down
pour. The weather is again lovely and
the air bracing.
Miss Emma Scott, one of our bright
and intelligent young ladies, will take
charge of the Helena school, Miss
Lillian Glenn having retired for a sea
son of rest after an acceptable service.
We bespeak for Miss Scott the hearty
co-oeration and sympathy of parents
and guardians without which there
can be no effective school work. We
would suggest Nil Dcsperandum as the
motto for this young teacher.
Seeing a very large and respectable
colored funeral last Tuesday, we made
enquiry and learned that it was the
body of Mrs J. F. Turner, who died in
New Jersey, and in dying requested
her husband to take her remains to her
former home in this village, where
upon he had her body embalmed and
brought to her family. This young
girl grew up here and was known as
"the pretty Maria Chappell." She
often attracted the notice of our citizens
by her beauty, modesty and blameless
life. It was a notable colored funeral.
We are informed that two gentle
men cane near meeting with a serious
accident lasit Saturday night while at
tempting to board the Anderson train
for Columbia. In the darkness and it
their haste they fell over the sill of the
swvitch. They were railroud m:n.
Helena is now an important mneeting
point for trains at night. Three or four
meet there every evening at candle
light, and ladies and children are some
times waiting in the darkness and it:
the rain for some one of the trains. The
management of the road ought to treat
its lady patrons better than that. A
shelter of some sort and sufficient light
ought to be aflorded.
A rtists fine Tube Oil Paints for sale at
t f. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
R ED CLOVE R.,
BLUE GR ASS.
BUIST'S L AWN
G RASS SE ED, at
ROBE RTSON & GI LD E R'
DRUG STOR E.
To gin your cotton, can do it in 1
minutes without you touching it. A1
tf Oil Mill Gin nery-.
St. Luke's Dots.
Mr. G. F. Long, Sr., hlas been electet
elegate, and Mr. Jacob B. Fellers
alternate, front St. Luke's church t<
attend the Evangelical Lut heran Synot
of South Carolina to be held at Au
gusta, Ga., in October.
Mrs. A. H. Hawkins has been electe<
delegate to represent the St. Luke's
WX. H. and F. Missionary Society a
the con vention of the Woman's Mis
sionary Societies of the South Carolin:
Synod to he held at Prosperity in Octo
Rev. M. J1. Epting, on Sundlay re
cently, baptized three infants at St
Luke's church, and their names cann
thus: Dottie Rosa, Rosa Elizabeth
Nice rains have fallen here this week
rThe farmers have commenced sowing
oats. Cotton is opening rapidly, anm
being gathered rapidly.
Mr. D. L. Ham, one of the inventivt
geniuses of our commlunity, has leaset
a portion of Mr. John C. Goggan'
plantation in No.8S Towvnship and wil
move on it. We are sorry to lose hin
from our section.
sept. .!9, 1S91.
A Pleasant Lemon Drink
For Billiousness, Constipation ant
Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sick and Nervou:
Hecadache, take Lemon Elixir.
1-or Sleeplessness, Nervousness ant
Heartfailure, take Lemlon Elixir.
For Fevers. Chills and Debility, tak<
Ladies, for natural and thorough on
garnic regul atiotn, take Lemon Elixir.
D)r. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir will no
fail you ifn any of the above named dis
eases, all of wvhich arise from a torpic
or disease-d liver,.stomach, kidneys o:
Prepared only by Dr. H-. Mnszeley
Atlanta, Ga., 50c. and $1.0il bottles a
LEMON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumona
Hemorrhage n'ed all throat and Iun;
An elegant anid reliable preparation
25 cents at druggists. Prepared onl:
by Dr. H. Mozeley, A tlanta, Ga.
buaranteed cure rortLa Grippe,
we authorize our adAertisedt drugai-t t<
sell you Dr. King's New DIwOovery for Cot
sumdption. Coughs -andi Golds,.upon this con
dlition. Ir youn are aileted with La Grip:.
and:t will use this remedy according to diree
tious. giving it a fair trial. and e-xperienec
no berneit. you may return the bottle an
have your mnoney refundedi. we make t i i
odITer. be-cauise of the wonderful succ-ess of I -'
King's New Discovery during last seasn.~
epidemic. Have heard ofno case in whichli
Itaile-d. Try it. Trjil hottles free at Rtotuert-o,
& G ilders," Drucg stoic. Large siz: - 5e. au
A ned TD-ie Roof t M9Tntnsh'e h:
) ur f:inner- air bu!ily eng :n.'e<l ai;
ltph-. lhere i" work for all idle hand'
:it'i 'loll (j k-tji(O o-I a l
Our filliet, lit:l- Vill;a:' is blessed with
very good he al! h ai!:l we are all happy
i r. Sil;,on Nlil!-r:nl wife, of Lit
tl" M111nt.ailn, have'4 hl 4-n visitini. their
n \lr. 'Marion Mliller anl fanily of
31r. L. IE. Singivy ard wile, of
O'Neall beion have moved Iin our
<iiet little village. h'livy occupy 'Mr.
\\erts'li tleeott::ed on the bill. Wo
w.Aislh 114t 1m a I-h-o-:unt sojoilurn1 i our
on1)rItidtIfitui serivILe iiil .-I t t iu
11churebl nxt :ablatih.
.iorrY t tG 'e -h :n :h ee
who reveivi-il Ipainful injujr,-s at the
railr:ad rod in i ar hre t, a run
aW.ay twi, is still -ufl'ring fron the
wo:ndM. .l r. Shee-y is an aged _,en
tlim aril litth- hopes are entertained
as to his fully re4, ve'rin'g fr'-:i his in
Aliss Luht Nlli-ws, of Pro%oprity,
has been on a vi:it to relatives in the
'he writer spent Mionday in the Sa
1da ne--ighbholhooi. We were the
guest of Mr. 'm. Werts' family. The
crops in that section are very good and
the field along the roati presented a
white appearanee with cotton. We
found the farmers in that section all
busily- engaged at work and the appear.
ance of their crops shows they are a
s-vart, industrious, hard working class
of people. This was our first visit to
Mr. Werts' plantation and we found
him as we expected nicely fix(d up and
everything -s convenient as a farmer
We were glad to iinid Mr. J. S. Werts
who accidently had his left arm so
badly injured by a cotton gin last
week doing as well as could be ex
pected. Mr. Verts hid his ari caught
in the ielt with the above result.
How I Was Cured of So-Called Cancer.
Di-.EArt SiR--This is to certify that I
was a sufferer with a place on my
underlip for fourteen years. and was
under treatment of different physicians,
but they done me no good. I had lost
hope of being cured by medical treat
ment. I then went to a doctor living
in Florida, who treated them by art.
After going to him it got well, appar
ently, for a while, but returned as bad
as ever. I then concluded to try P. P.
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas
sium), and after taking five bottles
(pint size) was cured. I also find it to
be a good medicine to give a good ap
petite and to give proper digestion.
L. .J. STRICKLAND.
We have just opened a fuall line
of BANQUET and
TASE L AMPS,
All new and artistic designs.
Nothing more suitable for a wed
ding present. We have bought
these goods to sell, and have
marked them down accordingly,
ROB3ERTSON & GILDER'S
A promiinenit Railroad Superinten
dent. living in Savann ah, oue sufTering
for years from MIalaria and General
Debility, says, on haviing recovered his
health by the use of P. P. P.. thinks
that lhe will live forever, if he can
always get P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke
Root and Potassiumn. This party's name
will be given on applIcation.
is often used as a medicine, in which
case the purity of the article is of the
greatest importance. I. WV. Harper is a
Kentucky distiller of national reputa
I tion. The product of his Distillery is
Sshipped direct to the retail trade; it
>passes through no miiddle ian's hands,
I to be miixed, colored, and watered.
- Consumers, the -refore, have the assur
ance that 1. W. Harper's Whiskey i.
sold in its absolute puity hy hi Agent,
T: os. Q. Boo0zEr.
New beiry S.C
A~ pleasanit andi eflicient remedly
Dysentery. Diarrhon' and all
stomach ad bl)l.complaints.
Prepared amd soltd by
ROBER TSON & GILDER,
Corner Drug Store
La G.rippe Again.
D)uring the epidemi i.et La G-rippe last sea
son. D)r K ing's New Dliscovery for Consump.
tion. Coughs anud Coh'ls proved to be the best
remedy. Reports from the many who used it
contirm this stattemnent. They 'vere not only
quickly retlevel, but the disease left no bad
anter results. We ask you to give this remedy
a trial, and we guarantee t hat you will be sat.
istied with the results, or the purchase price
wini he re(utund it l:as no equal in La Grippe
Ior any 'Throat. Chest or Lung Trouble.
Trial bot t les tr'a*at Robert won & (i iler'i
Drug Store. L.arge bottles,5 'c. and S'o
Cure Your Cornu By t:'inug
Ahb;ot t's 1-:tst Indlian Corn Paint fox
Cornsl. I lunins andir Warts, it is great
Bucklen's Artca Salve.
The l'est 5:alve in the world foir ('uts. Sores.
Btruis,-s.l'icer-. 5a!t lihemum. Fver 5ores,Tet
ter, chapp.ed Hand-. I-hilbinims. ( 'orns and
Iall k in F.riupt io ns. anttd positively curet
- Pitles oi no pay requirad. It. is guairantoed tc
sive perfect sat isfaet ion, or mooney refunded
Price Z5eents pet bo-' ~'r sale by Robert
son a&a daiitert.
IN SEALED PACKAGES
lr. %. Weley Sligh did tr his home
in this county oil Friday, Nepteniber
25, le, in tle .3d year of li., age. He
was a member of Company "C," Third
South Carolina lIegiment, and no more
faithful and gallant soldier hore arms
in the noble cause.
Mr. John Blake M:;zyck. thr- eldest
son of our honored tow smali, C zpt. N.
. Mazyck. died Sund:iv, epteaber
27th, 11, in the 3th year of his age.
He had been in declining healti fo)r
some time, and several weeks ago went
to Savannah, Ga., to take a situation
Illered him there in railroad employ.
But a sudden spell of ilines.. forced
him to return home where, in little
more than a week, he breathed his last.
This is the first time that the sombre
shaiow of death has fallen upon the
heartb-tone of this family, and it has
t besin::eresympathy of the community
in its ereavenient. The funeral obse
ofmies Nvere oonducted by Rev. Ellison
. aics wvith touching solemnity.
Th.inigiog f appropriate hymns at
the ;.ra.ve, in t lie stillness of the eve
nin!g, wvas sweetly impressive.
Mr. Frederii_k Werber, Sr., one of
our venerable and honorable citizens,
passedl quietly away, Tue-day night, in
the 7:)[ year of his age. M%r. Werler
was a native of Lutzeniburg, Holstein,
Gerniany. He came here about forty
years ago, and identified himself with
the interests of Newberry. He was a
man of sterling integrity and cultivat
ed tastes and reared a family of sons
and daughters to the refinements of
life. His wife, who was Miss Bobo,
and all the children, save one daugh
ter, Miriam, survive him. Mr. Wer
ber was actively engaged in planting
up to the time of his death. The fu
neral services were impressively con
ducted at the house yesterday after
noon at 4 o'clock, by Rev. Dr. Cozby,
and the remains conveyed to Rose
mont Ceirietery where, in the presence
of relatives and friends, they were con
signed to the peaceful bosom of mother
Whereas, it has pleased the Great
Commander of armies, to call from our
ranks, our veteran comrades-in-arms,
Henry Boozer and J. Harrison Nates,
members of Company "G," 13th Regi
ment, South Carolina, Volunteers;
Whereas, we recognize that they
have obeyed the tattoo of their early
soldierly existence and that they have
crossed over the river to be awakened
only by the sounding revielleof that last
Whereas, their advance to join the
spiritual armies on the other side
warns us that we too must take the line
of march to unite with them; therefore,
be it resolved,
That in the death of Henry Boozer
and J. Harrison Nates, Company "G,"
13th Regiment, South Carolina Vol
unteers, has lost two of its members
who survived the great struggle for
liberty to be called away by a natural
Resolved, That we deeply sym pathize
with the families of our departed, com
rades and that we point them to God
who can "bind up all wounds and heal
all diseases." .
Resolved, That a copy of this pream
ble and resolutions, be sent to the fan
ily of each of thedeceased members, and
that a blank page in our minute book
be ascribed to their memory; and that
they be published in our county papers.
JT. H.. COUNTs,
L. S. BowERs,
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castori.
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.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels,- cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels co1ds, head
aches and fevers and ci res 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
many excellent qualities commend it
to all' and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
-Syrupof Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNiA FIG SYRUP Co.
SA N FR ANCISCO, C AL.
LOWISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
T. Q. BOOZER.
A CHOIC LINE OF
AWYS ON H-I A/D AT
- ...-.'-'. ~."-'-"- -
for Infants al
I recommend itas superior.to anyprescriptio
known to me." H. A. Atczm, M. D.,
III So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so univ,rsal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
CARLos MAaT.rn. D.D.,
-New York City.
Lc.zc Pastor Bloomingdale eormed Church.
I am just rece
iful line of
and Plated Wan
Call and see
-4, 1E lml M
BE IT ORAIEDBH MAY
.1or and Aldermen in Council as
embled and by authority of the same:a
Sec. 1. That a tax of twenty cents on.
every hundred dollars in value of all real 1
and personal property of every descrip
ion owned and possessed in the town*
Newberry, S. C., texcept the property 1
of churches and cbartered institutions
>f learning) shall be levied and paid ]]
into the treasury of said 1;own for cur
Sec. 2. That a iax of one dollar shall
ie levied ou each dog within said town
and paid into the treasury of saidL
Sec. 3. Tnat for the purpose of fixing V
the value of personal property for taxa
ion, the c:erk and treasurer shall bed
eqluired to keep his oflice open every
day (Sundays excepted) frorai 9 a. m. to
3 o'clock p. in., from first day of Octo
ber to the fifteenth daiy of October, 18S1,
te receive ron oath the returns of the
owners or I he agenits of the owners of
all personal property withri the town
of New berry, and in case of failure to
uake returns of said personal property
for assessme'nt by the owners or the
age.its of the owners thereof, the clerk
and treasurer of said town shall assess
That the taxes herein levied shall be
>aid in lawful money of the United
States to the elQrk and treasurer of said
own withiin the space of time begin
fing~ 0on the 2I'h (lay of October and
nding on the 21th dlay of November,
DONE and rat ifled under the corporate
- seal of the town of New berry,
S. C., this the 3.1 day of Sep
TH08S. E. EPTrIN(;,
Mayo pr . of New berry, S. C.
Jo UN '. 1a U, C. *- T. T. C. N.
JIS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
Deposits in sums of one dollar and
upwards reeeaivedl and interest paid on
ame at the rate of four 4) per cent per
annum if left execeding n.inety days.
MIoney loaned ..n easy terms on Per
onal. lteal Estate. Stocks, Honds, Col
JR. H-. WJUUGH T,
INEWBERRY, S. C.
xEXT r F-MION OPENS OCTO- 1
bi ter 1st, 1S!ui. arid ends .June 1.5th, p
lS92. Expeneas are as follows: Board
I :a miotth. Ut her necessary ex penses,$2
o SG; a mon 1tIi h. Total ex pense for session.
1 t.5o to $149.5e. Board from Monday
oon to Friday noon1, $52.5 a month. ti
MIinisters' sons are given tuition at half
Complete Bu-iness Department, in
which are taught Book-keeping, Teleg
aphy, Type-writing and Shiort-hand.
Expense of 4 m:onths' session, $13. to I
For catalogue or other information,
rite to (. WV. HOLLAND,
Children_Cry for Pitcher's Castoria'
cafteis ewes Colic, CoMa2PSUMo
Emls Wa=ms, gipves sleeM and promiotes df
Wi iuriousme dion
"For werem r bae recomnem
yw r 'CAtm*laIand sH~ coast uUt*
d sao si bas invariaby oduce bmew al
EDw F. PAznm . ED.,
" Winhrop,"125h Street ad7h Ave.,
coxA7rr, 7 Mmz&y SraZr, NZW YO.
ving a beau
OaNtj R IllouliRd
T HEO RIES.
he Twenty-Year Ton
ne policies of the
quitable Life Assur
ace Society inaturing
11891 return the poi
syholder all the pre
niums paid, and the
>llowing rates of in
arest on the premiums
rhich have been paid
uiring the twenty
ears, in addition to
de assurance of his
fe during the entire
Life Pate Policies.
A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
35 2k per cent.
45 3k "
20-Payment Life Policies.
A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
:35 4? per cent.
45 5k " -
A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
35 61 per cent.
45 6k "
55 8 "
The return on other kinds of
olicies is in proportion, de
ending upon the kind of policy
aid the premiums paid.
There is no assurance extant
any company which comn
ares with this.
The Equitable is the strong
t campany in the World and
ansacts the largedt business.
urther information will be promptly
rnished on application to
JAS. A. BURTON,