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Local and. Special
The Cotton Market.
The Herald and News gives below
the cotton iarket of Columbia, Au
gusta and Charleston as fouild in yes
terday's daily papers.
The staple was selling in Newberry
yesterday for 8(-81 for good middling
and TWS fo middling.
COLU.NTA, S. C., Oct. 6.- Market
steady; good middling 8 1-4; strict mid
dling 8 1 -16; middling 7 15-16.
ALGUSTA, Oct. 6.-Cotton quiet;
middling 8 1-16, receipts 3,270; sales 2,
CHARLESTON, Oct. 6.-Cotton firm;
middling 8, receipts 4,,38; sales 3,000.
To the Ladies.
W. T. Tarrant has just received a
beautiful stock of fall willinery goods,
of all the latest styles of ladies' bats,
trimmings and ribbons, together with
all the latest novelties at prices to suit
every lady. Call and see. tf.
A New Sign.
Klettner has gotten up a new sign,
about which he tells you in another
column. He gives the black eye to all
competitors on his special bargain
A Big Land Sale.
Saleday in November will be a big
day in Newberry. In addition to the
sales by the Probate Judge and Master,
the Executors of F. H. Dominick offer
for sale some twenty tracts of land.
For particulars see advertising columns.
"MeLry Go Roard."
Howard's Mammoth FlyugTrapeze,
run by steam will arrive at Newberry
Fresh Nor.olk Oysters
On Saturday at restaurant.
tf J:-. Dunba., Agt.
A desirable lot in Helena with four
room cottage. Apply at Salter's photo
graph gailery. ' tf
On Saturday night the barn and
stables of Robert Floyd, colored, in
Tow aship No. 6, were burned. He lost
2,400 bundles of fodder and a quantity
of other stock food. The cotton house
near by, containing five or six bales of
cotton, was saved by great exertion.
The origin of the fire is believed to be
incendiary. Floyd was burned out
about a year ago.
200 000 Shingles.
For sale at $2.00 p-r thousand by
tf Shockley Bros.
We are giving satisfaction in net
weight of lint. Our gins tairly skin the
tf Oil Mill Ginaery.
"Oh! where did you get that hat?"
Blalock's, of course. New shapes and
choice colors exclusively. tf.
Some Big V.lues in our "Job De
tf. WOONTEN & MCWHmI.TER.
The prettXesa and nicest line of Car
pet Samples ever seen in the city. Call
and select your carpets. We take
pleasure in showving them. At
L EA VEE~L & SPEERS.
Meteorosoical flecord, Sept. 7a9?.
Mean temnerature, 75.5.
Total precipitation, 2.81 inches.
Sept., 1890, 8.82 inches.
Deficit, 1891, 6.01 inches.
Rain fall 9 monthbs, 1890, 36.67 inches.
Rainfall 9 months, ]801, 533 inches.
Excess 9 mnoott-, J891, 16.67 inches.
W. G. Presr-.sos.
Howard's Flying Tra ,eze will get to
Newberry on Friday, .jctober 9th, to
amuse both great aud small. It
Will be open every Sunday 8 to 9.30
a. in.; 12 to 1 p. in.; 6 to 7.30 p. mn. Ice
tickets for sale at my store.
tf SAM B. JoNES.
The Graded Schools.
The Graded Schools are on a boom.
The enrollment is increasiug. Another
teacher is needed. Thbe trustee3 have the
tunds to pay ancther teacher and they
have decided to elect one. In fact they
have already elected. Miss flessie
SLradley, of G ree13ville was chosen. We
understand, however, that she has de
clined and now th-ey have to elect an
other. They will iave ;no trouble to find
another. If they are Dot pa' ticular
about going ab:oaid for a teacher they
mnight find one at homne well fitted for
Grat,' ing to all.
The high position attained and the
universal accepta.nce and approval of
the pleasant'liqu.id f: tit remedy Syrup
of Figs, as the mncst excellent laxative
known, illustrate the value of the qua
lities on which its success is ba'sed and
aeabundantly gratifying to the Cali
On October 1st the County Commis
sioners let the con.tract for building a
bridge across Enoree Rivec near the
growing town of Whit mires. Thbe price
to be paid is $1,000, of which amount
Newberry County gives $.' ', Union a
note of $200 with interest, the citizeus
S200, and U., C. & N. Railroad $100 and
lumiber delivered free. Messrs. Bri2gs
& Co., 0. H. P. Fant & Co., Spearmnn
& Tidmnarsb and ctijers are the firms
who contr ibute to the wor k. The
bridge will be st'spension style, span
ning the river ..,2 f L in iengtb. M..
3. L. Aull will bui:d the bridge. It is
to be completed by December 1st.
Deaf(.eSs Can'm be Cured .
by local applicatio)ns, as they cannot
re:.di the diseased portion of t he ear.
Ther e is only one way to curodeafness,
ar,d Chat is by constitutional remedies.
TJeainess is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mnucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. Whben this tube ge.s
inflamed you hr ye a rumbling sound
or imperfect bearing, and when is en
tirely closed, Deafaess is the result, ar d
unless the inflammation can be tal en
out and this tube restored to its nor mal
cond:tion, hearing will be destroyed
'orever; Dine cases ou t of ten are caut edl
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous sur
We will give Or-e Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrb) that we cannot cure by taking
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circular . ,
free. F. 3. CH ENEY & Co .Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
-31atchless Mineral Water."
Will care Dyspepsia, Tndiges'ion,
Chronic D)i?rrhea, Sora Eyes,.Kid rey
diseases, Sh in diseases, Cb-omec Sores,
etc. I have used it for Dyspepsia and(
Indigestioni in my own case w~ith great
relief. Ji. IAuRT. BLEASE,
.3m. Agt. for New'errJy Cou'ity.
"Reliable" Hamis are still in the lead.
Every day the demand for thier m
creases. 'If you v-ant a nice, mild.
sweet Ham, none ee'n be found toequal
the "Reliable." Always on hand and
arriving at MCINTOSH'S.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
We call your attention to the ad. of
Sherard & Minor.
The County Commissioners will hold
their annual meeting on November 5.
Mr. J. S. Fair has made 1100 gallons
of wine from his vineyard this year.
Grape culture pays.
The Lutheran Sunday-school has
changed tbe hour of meeting from 9."O
a. m., to 4.30 p. m.
Rev. Dr. Cozby, will preach next
Sunday morning on "The Polity of the
A man in Newberry last Saturday
night ate three and a half cans of
salmon at one weal.
Mr. S. B. Aull has been drawn -is a
juror in the United States Court to be
held in Columbia in December.
The brickwork on the Graded School
building has been completed. Os.
Wells says it is O. K. And so it is.
Two shares of the capital stock of the
National Bauk of New ber.y were sold
on Nonday at S175 per share, par value
One of the finest pointer dogs ia the
State, belonging to Mr. James Wells,
was shot and killed by an unknown
party last Monday at about 3 a. in.
A meeting of tbe Lutheran coore
gation will be held to-night (Wednes
day) to hear the report of the committee
.ppointed to select a plan for a new
Mrs. E. C. Houseal and Mrs. Wm.
Johnson are the delegates from Luther
Chapel Society to the Lutheran
Woman's Missiona-y Convention at
District Deputy Grand Master J. T.
Barron paid an official visit to Amity
Lodge N o. 87 A. F. M., on last Monday
night, and gave a full exemplification
of tbe work before the lodge.
The common'on will be adminis
tered at the Lutheran church next
Sunday moraing. The serv*ces at
night will begin at 7:Z0and the seimon
will be preached by Prof. A. G. Voigt.
Mr. C. W. Miller, of Miller Bros.,
Columbia, has come to Newberry and
is buying cotton here. He bas head
quar ters at the store of Smith & Nearn.
We welcome Mr. Miller to our midst
and hope be will keep the market on a
Saledy was a very quiet day. A
small crowd in town. No land was
sold by officers of court. The Execu
tors of F. H. Domioick, deceased,
offered some property for sale. The
sale advertised by the sheriff was with
M .s. H. C. Barre, a former Newber
rian but who has been runninga board
ing house in Gree;ville, has recently
taken charge of ..,e Goodwin House.
We can assure those wlio stop wi-h her
that Lhey will get good atention and as
to the culinary part, they will receive
tLe best of fare.
The last quarterly conference of the
Methodist Church at Newberrv for this
3ear will be held next Sunday night
after service at the church. This will
be the last appointment of Rev. A. J.
Cauthen at this plae . He will have
fin=sbed up four years as presiding el
der of tis disiric. and a new man will
take bis place.
We have a quiet and peaceful town.
On Monday a reporter strolled down to
the opera houre and there found the
clerk aad treasurer, a policeman and
two butchers enjoying the luxury of a
quiet game of marbles. There is no
place like Newberry. Such sports re
mind one of old times.
The Newberry Lutheran Church on
Sunday elected the following officers :
A rthur Kihler, elder. to fil11 vacancy.
Descons-Geo. B. Cromer, Dr. 0. B.
Mayer, Dr. Peter Robertson, Dr. J. M..
Kiuler, Wmn. Job oson, Dr. W. GI. lion
seal, Wmn. P. Houseal, Wmn. A. Kin
ard, F. A. Schumpert, J1. H. Summer.
Mr. T. G3. Williams has received-a
present from the Standard Sewing
Mfachine Company ofa fine Silk Bat,
for efficient work in selling those ma
chines. The company off'ered to give
him abhatif he'old ten mnachines in a
month. Instead he sold l8 and lost
several days owing to the illness of his
Fine Parlor, Bed oom and
Haoging Lamps. Ma.ke s&:table
preseAts at weddiog occasions. A
la.ge and varied assortment at
Pelbam's D?ug Store, just from
29i Price low.
She: "Going to buy a suit, Jove,'ti
season, from 2Blalock-?"
She: "And why from Blalock's'"'
.He: "Because, dear, when I spend
my $15.00 I want Style and Durability;
and rmy fifteen dollars takes no
- Right you are, my boy! tf.
Mrs. Geo. S. Mower has returned
M . F. Werber, Jr., has return to
Can't. A. P. "ifer returned last Satpe
day .'om his annual visit to Vie g'oia.
Solicitor 0. L. Schumpert retorocd
yesterday from Union having finished
the sessions court.
M c.4P. G. Ellisor has gone to the Uoi
versity of Virginia where he will tal;e
a course in pharmacy.
Mis~s Hatt'e Wells is borne from a
two months' visit to reatives at Lin
coin ton, N. C.
Rev. WV. W. D&nniel of the Me hc
dist Church returned .om a visit to
relatives up the country.
Hon. Geo. S. 3Mower h'as returned
rom Spa--anburg where he had been
to appear in the "oosaw case.
N lisses Miamie Wallae , Euoice'Gib
son, Liz:zie R~eagin, Manmie .Ren'wick
and Mary Emma Carlisle left last Sat
urday for Due West Female College.
Messrs. Jno. Derst tjd A dam E.essel,
of Savannah, Ga., were in Newberry
yesterday. They came :o a special
commiLtee from their cougregation to
urge Prof. A. .l. Bowers to accept the
u nanimous call of the Lutheran ch urch
in Savannrah to become p: ,tor.
Examinatio., or Te. :bers.
At the teachers' e: amination, held
on tbe second instant, nineteen appli
cants appeared before the Board of .Ex
aminers. Of this number eight were
white and eleven colored. Two white':
reerived first grade, two second grade.
and six third grade. Two colored sec
ond grade, one third grade, and eight
failed to pass.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Surviv; -s' Meeting-Mimutes.
NEwE ERP.Y, S. C., Oct. 5Lh, 1891.
The Confederate Survivors' Associ
ation of Newberry County met in the
Court House oi Motday, October 5th,
IS91, at 11 a. m.
The meeting"was called to order by
the president, Gen. Y. J. Pope, who in
a few well chosen remarks reviewed
the objects of the Association and the
important duty we owe to the cause
and to the memory of those who went
u with us in the support of so noble
Twenty-nine additional names had
beea added to the roll since the last
meeting, makng the total number of
names on the roll to dat,: )6.
Reports of committees were then
calleo for. Y. J. Pope, ft orn the com
mittee to prepare a constitution and
by-laws for the Asoc;a.ion, :eported
tbat the committee w is not yet pre
pared to i-eport. On mo,ion of Dr.
James Mclatosb, the cotAmittee was
coutinutd and instructed to report at
next meeting. Col. 0. L. Schumpert
being absenton official business and
no other member of his committee be
ing presett, no report was heard from
W. H. Wallace, treasurer, made a
report on behalf of the different com
mittees appointed to raise funds for the
Davis monument; the amount ieport d
as turned over to the treasu -tr, $180.90.
Col. J. F. J. Caldwell made some re
marks in favor of continuing the com
mittee appointed to raise funds until
the first monday in November next.
On motion the following resolution
was unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of this
Association are due and are hereby
tendered to the ditTerent committees
appointed to collect funds for the
Davis monument, and that they be re
quested to continue their efforts to col
lect further funds until the first Mon
day in Novediber ne-t.
On motion of Dr. S. Pope, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That it is the sense of this
meeting of the Newberry Survivors'
Association that the State of South
Carolina should p'-ovide a home for her
disabled Confederate soldiers and saa
The secretary reported that in obedi
ence to the diiection of the Association
he used every effort to procure the cer
tificates of experience of Confederate
prisoners in Northern prisons, and re
ceived th ree (3), copies of which weie
sent, by order of the A, sociaLion to Dr.
John A. Wyeth, of Madison Avenue,
N. Y.: and the following answer was
received from Dr. Wyeih:
Dea-- Si-: Accent my s'oce e ta,lzs fo,
Le i i. e es. you a.d you P.ssoca e su ovivols
-ave i-e i a oe cise a-p ->)o. ' 10.
shal uo. .)eed 'ow ajy . .he -a;d. . iok
o-... Is over. see , ue Seo.ember Cea
I nso, Aveti.e,N. Y.
The secretary was directed to proeure
as maoy other certificates as possible
and have them published in the county
tn motion of Dr. James McIntosh,
the Association went into an election
of five survivors to act with the County
Pension Board. On motioa of Col. J.
C. S. Brown, the former board, con
s;sting of John C. Wilson, C. F. Boyd,
Dr. S. Pope, J. D. Wedeman and B. F.
Ioozer were re-elect-d, with the name
of J. D. Suber substituted for that of
Mr. WtVdeman, deceased.
On motion of Dr. G. W. Holland, the
Association now adjouroed to meet on
ist Mooday-in November next.
Y. j. Po0"E:, President.
C. F. Bo':D, Secret ary.
To gin your cotton, can do it in 15
minutes without you touching it. At
-tfi Oil Mill Ginnery.
Just received a fresh lot of Glenn
Springs, -Harris' Mineral, Buffalo
Lithia, and Bromine and Arsenic Wa
ters at Robinson &~Gilder's Drug Store.
,Mackerel! Mackerel!I Mackerel!
This season the prices on all grades
of Mackerel, place them for the first
time in se :eral years within reach of
every one. Try some of the choicest
on the market, at MCINTOSH'S.
We have just opened a full line
of BANQUET and
All new and artiside designs.
Nohiug more suiLa'e for a wed
ding present. We have bought
these goods to sell, and have
maked them down accordingly,
ROBERTSON & G[(LDER'S
Ca -e Your Corns By Using
Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint for
Corns, Bunions and Warts, it is great
Mesrs. Lee Singley and J. A. Bol
and spent Friday in the Saluda neigh
borhood on business.
Our filend Mr. S. L. Shealy is all
smiles this week because he has a new
boarder-another wee little voter.
The weather is fine, the atmosphere
pleasant and our farmers are still on a
move. Still the fields are white with
M. James D. Kinard left here Mon
day for New berry College. We are
pleased to learn that college opened
with a full number ofstudenms and we
wish the institution another succes ful
The young ifolks of our quiet lhttle
v.hlage enjoyed a pleasant social gath
erng at Mr. J. D. 6tones' little cottage
on Thursday evening. While the dew
was quietly dripping the young geuts
and their lady partners were all happy
Mr. Rufus Counts, son of Mr. A. M.
'ounts, left bere on Monday to enter
Newberry College. WVe hope to hear
of more of our young men following the
same example. Mr. Counts has been a
faith ful and quiet student of Excelsior
school. In him thelProfessors will find
a quiet young man and a faithful stu
A meeting of the trustees of Excel
sior school on Friday night resulted in
the rc-electiou of Prof. J. S. Wheeler
as teacher of said school for another
scholastic school term. We comipli
ment the trustees in again securing the
se -ices of Prof. Wheeler and we wish
the school much success. 'We are in
fomed that Prof. Wheeler has accepted
and that school will again open on first
Monday in November next.
-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. r 7, r889.
-be annual meeting of the Woman
Home and Foreign M issionary Conver
tion of the South Caro]aa Synod wi
begin in Grace church, ProspeuIty, O
PROG ItA31N1M E.
2 P. 31.-Business meLing.
7:30 . i>.
1. Music-Hymn -.
2. Scriptures and Prayer.
Adoress of welco:e: Mrs. T. C
4. 11esponse: Miss Minnie Hussinm
5. Music-Hymn 3S9.
6. Address: Deborah's Call, Rev. I
7. Anthem by choi:: "Father, lea
8. Address: Missions a work of faiti
Rev. A. G. Voigt.
9. Anthem by choir: "I want t, le
11. Music-Hymn ^95. Doxolog.
SAYURDAY, OCTOBER 10.
9 A. M. Business session.
2 P. M. Business session.
SUNDAY, OCn orER 11.
11 A. M. Missionary Sermon, Re
J. G. Graichen: Te.-t: "And he sai
unto them, go ye into all the worl
and preach the gospel to eve:y cies
ture." Mark 16: 15.
7: :0 P. 3.
1. Opening services.
2. Essay: Consecrated Womanhood
.V rs. W. C. Sebaeffer.
3. Autbem by choir: "Watchman.
4. Essay: Consecration: Mrs. J. h
5. Anthem by choir: "I was gla
when they said unto me."
6. Clos-ng exercises.
T. C. POOL
Bas gone into ibe Wagon a,)
Duggy busioess. G:ve h:m a ca]
if you waot a--ytbog in th
Artists fine Tube Oil Paints for sale a
tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
Mrs. T. P. Lane is on a visit to C(
Miss Lizzie Gaillard returned laf
Tuesday to the Ced: r Springs Institu:
in Spartanburg County.
There were three or four railroad at
' ents in this State in one day la
week, in one of which a young negi
man of this place, named lia Pitts,wa
crushed to death beneath an overturt
Professor Williams Welch, of Clen
son College, who is now studyiag a
theAcadanie Juliez,in Paris, and cop
ing among the master-nieces in tb
renowned Luxemburg u.allery, write
that he h.s recently made a tour<
Switzerland which seemed tilled wit
tourists from all parts of Europe an
America as well as from Asia and Sout
Africa. H" visited Lucerne with il
exqusite lake; spent a night on Moot
Pilatus; ascended Mount Riga on for
and descended by rail. He went
Interlarken and G3rindelwald, so fame
for the glaciers and sublime scener:
We hope that he will favor us with a
occasional note from his interesti n
portfolio. SANs SoIci.
A pleasant and effieient remedy
Dysentery, Diarrhoea and all
stomach and bowel complaints.
Prepared and sold by
RO.BERTSON~ & GILDER,
Corner Drug Store
Deltoquent Tax Payers.
Every year there are more or less d
linquent tax payers. A fter the Trea
urer fails to collect, executions a
placed in the bands of the Sheriff f<
collection, and then there are always
number who escape taxation by mo'
ing out of the county and sometim'
dying. For the fiscal year 188S-S9 tt
SLerlif had '370 nulla bon-:s, and o
these had traveled 7,096 miles in tt
effort to collect.
For the fiscal year 1639S-90 he had 23
delinquents fr om whom he failed 1
receive anything and traveled 5,64
miles. Most of these were negro. an)
only bed a poll.
.Once more you can get those fit
Keg Cucumber Pickles, from Mcl
tosh's. If you have never tried then
now is your chance. 1y
What a saving of work and timei
have your cotton ginned at the Oil Mi
La GrIppe Again.
Ourinfr he epidemic ot La Grippe last se
son. Dr Kitrig's New Discovery for Consum
ion, CouThs and Colds proved to be the-b:
remedy. Reporta from .be many who used
confirm this s;atement. They were not on
quickly relieve'd, bm'. .he disease lett no b:
ater results. We a'.k you to give this reme<
a trial, and we gnx raniec that you wili be si
isfied wiLh theite' alts, or the purcha se p A
will bereunded. It has no equal in La G.ijpl
or any Throat, Chest or Lung Trouble.
Trial bottles free at Robertson & Gildei
Drug store. Lar-,e bottles, 50c. and $' .00.
Ivers & Pond PlanoN.
.These pianos are of the highest grac'
They contain that most desirable in
provement, the patent Soft-stop, at
they can be bought at fair prices and
sy payments regardless of distan<
from manu factory.
A catalogue describing and picturir
these pianos will be mailed free if y(
send a request and your address on
ostal card to Ivers & Poud Piano Cc
Iasonic Temple, 18&Tremont St., B:
A Pleasant Lemon Drink.
For Billiousness, Constipation at:
Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indi estion, Sick and Nervox
Headache, take Lemion Elixir.
For Sleeplessness, Nervousness an
Heartfailure, take Lemon Elixir.
For Fevers, Chills and Debility, tal
Ladies, for natural and thorough o
ganic regulat ion, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lernon Elixir will n
fail you in any of the above named die
eases, all of which ariae from a torpi
or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mezeles
A tlanta, Ga., Soc. and $1.00 bot tles a
LEMON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, H oarsenesi
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumo. .ia
Hemrrhage and all !.hroat and luul
An elegant and reliable preparation
2.3 cents at druggists. Prepared onl~
by D. El Mozle~, Atanta Ga
s The fall session of New berry College
began la.-t Thursday. The opening wa'
I good, the (jutlo(ik encouraging. The
local patronage is not as good as for
merly, owing perhaps to the Graoed
Schools, but the atteidance in the col
lege classes larger than usual. About
S1 have teen enrolled mostly boarders
and students in the college classes.
Two seholarships have beea made
vut of the income from the bequest ol
C. If. Suber, and as , %r anoouucmae,it
the examination for appointieot '.C
Iii --e was held at the opeuing of I -e
session. The boys were to be from tt,;
county. The successful ones were Edd'e
B,land and .1amcs Switteuberg.
A gentleman whose name is rot
given has established a third scbola
ship and this onei has been awarded to
Several young meu are exiec,e:d in a
short time aid it will riot be log before
the roll reaches 10).
A select line of cheap and fine Pic
ture Frames at
tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
Pring us your cotton to be ginned,
we do the unloading at
ti Oil Mill Giniery.
The Dr. 0. B. Mayer Scholarship.
The congregation of the Lutheran
church at ameetingon Sunday decided
t ) appropriate $60 as the basis of a scbol
arsbip in New berryCollege to be known
as "The O.B. Mayer scholarship." This
is a good idea. Dr. Mayer was a mem
ber of the faculty of the college from
the beginning of the college until his
death, and a devoted member of the
Lutheran church. It shotld be made
a perpetual memorial to his memory.
The following is the resolution of the
Resolvcd, That we cont ribute to New
1 berry College $60 a year to aid in edt
cating some needy Lutheran student
under legulatious to be fi;ed by the
t faculty, and that it stand as the basiE
for a scholarshin to be known as "The
0. B. N ayer scholarship."
WAGONS AND BUGGIES
FOR SALE EY
if T. C. POOL.
Silver So-et ) .
Miss Katie Bouknight has beer
visiting relatives in this community.
Miss Ida Bouknight has been visiting
her Aunt, Mrs. Wallace Goodman.
Miss Bessie Long has been visiting
relatives in this community.
Miss Nannie Livingston has returned
to t be Columbia Female College.
We have been having very prett3
weather for the past few weeks. It is
very pleasant time for gathering cot
Mr. T. J. Maiett has conp'xted hi.
new dwelling on the St,phens plac
e near Deadfall. He is building it foi
Mrs. E. L. Spearman hrs returned t<
her hore from a visit to relatives ir
0 Columbia. We hope she enjoyed he
visit as she seldom goes to stay any
length of time.
Mr. J. T. Smith, Jr., thinks of mov.
ing in his new residence near Long
t shore's the latter part of this montt
and* Mr. J. F. Smith, Sr., will ther
eoccupy the Dead.'all house.
B. and L.
b Bciog the children to town and give
d them a ride on the Howard flying
t If you don't want to wait long foi
>t your cotton to be ginned, carry it to thi
o t f Oil Mill Ginnery.
d - -
r! RED CLOVER,
BUJST'S L AWN
G RASS SEED, ai
ROBE RTSON & GILDER'S
D RUG STOR E.
A prominent kailroad Superinten
dent, living in Savannah. one suflerint
for years from Malaria and Genera
Debility, says, on having recovered hi;
health by the use of P. P. P., thinks
that he will live forever, if he cat
always get P. P. P. (Prickiy Ash. Pok<
Root and Potassium. This party's namt
will be given- on applIcation.
iis often used as a medicine, in whicl
case the purity of the article is of thi
greatest importance. I. W. Harper is
Kentucky diatiller of national reputa
Ction. The product of his Distillery i
Sshipped direct to the retail tre'de;i
Cpasses tbrough no middle man's hands
to be mixed, c-olo d, and watered
5 Consumers, therefo.e, hale the assur
ance that I. WV. Harper's Whiskey il
'sold in its absolute purity by his Agent
d THos. Q. Boozaa.
Newberry, S. C.
Bucklen's A.rmes Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sorer
Bruise::, Ulcers. Salt RTheum. Fever Sores, Tel
ter, Chapped kHands, Chilblains, Corns an<
all Skin Eruptionis, and po-.iively cnre
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed ts
o ive perfect sat.isfaction, or money refunode<
'Price 25~ cents pe box. For ,'ie by Roberi
son & Gilder.
Every one who has tried the "Tat
-heel Cheese" recommend it as bein;
,the finest cheese ever brought to th'
-city. Leaie your order for some, a
The F'rRt Tobacco Break.
eCHARLESTON. S. C., Oct. 2.--Th
first tobacco "break" orauction marke
Sin Southr Carolina was held yesterda;
at Florence. Over 40,000O pounds wer,
sold tor an aggregate of about $4,00(
the average price being between nin
e. and ten cents per pound. The first lo
- brought $2 per pound, a fancy price, it
d value being abont 75cents. Two othe
n small lots, extra fine, brought $63 pe
ec pound. Tobacco raising is now an er
tablished industry in this State.
aIf you feel weak
, and all worn out take
s- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
And Drted Beef at McIntosh's.
IN SEALED PACKAGES
S AM. . .TONES'.
No m aiar, - - bit Selo.'. .
The lmored and lamented subjtI
-of this simple tribute of aNection an,
respect, was a German by birth-th
place of his nativity being H1olstei
In the prime of his manhood he le
his native land for America, arrivirn
at Savannah,Ga.,-this w.- in the yea
In 1550i he eai to Newberry, S. C
where he has ever si ace made his homE
Mr. Werber was a cultured gent!c
man, .of quiet and unaffected niantnr
He and Miss Marie Louisa 1obower
united in ma-riage, the fruit of thei
union being four daughters and tw<
sons, a' of whom, with the e-:ceptioi
of his thirdl daughter, Miriam, surviv
Mr. Wer-ber was devoted to art anf
literaLure an-l gave his c'- idren all th
ad vait o"s -i,polite accomplishments
His Lome was made bright and attrac
t.ve for then. fe was a kind and de
voted I;uLmband and father; in ait
beho times an indulgent yet firn
mat(er. But it is of his friendly spiri
that he writer would take the libert;
le was loyal, and true as the nortl
star in his friendship, and in the warn
social amenities of his home he gav,
welcome in true Germauic-Caroliniai
But our friend bad passed the limi
of three score and ten and could no
longer abide with us.
To-day we would place the immot
telle upon his tomb, and as the weekE
months and years pass upon their silen
way, we would keep green the memor:
of one whom we loved as a brother.
POST OFFICE, NEWBERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertise
Oc ober , 189>.
Lohnso'. W G Da S Wm 1
B acv &"o Hr s.Ej:
I; ov,..2 ics Cot e-ie -1.- 0. N,- - e
C.'ry, J B ).1 0 , N! ' o
C -ai-1 ,0. Y Ss )arv ' . Co le.veos
Edw.-a d. GeoieII 2oce. y S.e 3..)
F'oyd. A 'y S. ree . :0;" N,- 2cy
Jone-, Spo.,e NAS
Jac1. son -PC) .. Wil -a% _V ss Teo(
.-oze a.) . o
.s calli*ag for the above 'e:e a w,
please say inat tney were adve -tised.
R. MooEy vs'. P. M.
Delegates to the Geo:aa [oad Congres
[Special to Greenville News.]
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 6.-Tb
governor has apnointed the followin
delegates to the Georgia road coangres
which meets at Atlanta, October 29ti
First district, J. H. Counts, J. H. Duke.
second, W. H. Mauldin, W. H. Zin
merman; third, J. A. Sligh, J. I
Tbanklin; fourth, John G. William!
Geo. E. Dean; fifth, T. J. Strait, J. E
McDanibe; sixtb, Charles Crosslaod,.'
B. Stackhouse; seventh, W. K. Cros.
well, E. J. DenDie.
Guaranteed Cnre for La Grippe,
We authorize 'nr adAertised druggist
sell you Dr. Kin ;'s New Discovery for Co
sumption. Cougl s and Colds, upon this cor
dition. It you a re afflicted with La Gripr
and will use this remedy according to dire(
ticus, giving it a fair tial, and experien<
no benefit, you raay return the bottle an
have your money refunded. We make th
offer, because of the wonderful success of D
King's New Discovery during last season
epidemic. Have heard of no case in which
failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at Robertso
& Gilders, Drug Stote. Large size 50c, an
How I Was Cured of So-Called Cancer.
DEAn SIR-This is to certify that
was a sufferer with a place .on mi
underlip for fourteen years, and wi
under treatment of different physician:
but they done me no good. I had los
hope of being cured by medical treal
ment. I thez. went to a doctor livit
in Florida, who treated them by ar
After going to him it got well, appa
ently, for a while, but returned as ba
as ever. I thea concluded to try P. ]
P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root ar d Potr
sium), and after taking five bottli
(pint size) was cured. I also find it i
be a-good medicine to give a good al
petite and to give proper digestion.
L. J. STRICK LAND.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
when Baby was sick, we gave her Casto. .
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When sh a hlrn,h aote Castoria
Mrany Persons are broken
down from overwork or household cares.
B3roWvn's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the
system, aids digestion, removes excess of bile,
and -sures msarria. Get the gcnuine.
Both the method and results whe
SSyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasar
and refreshing to the taste, and ac
gently yet proinptly on the Kidney
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sy
tern effectually, dispels colds, hea<
SachL and fevers and cures habitu.
Sconstipation. Syrup of Figs is ti
Sonly remedy of its kind ever pr
'duced, pleasing to the taste and a
Sceptable to the stomach, prompt
Its action and truly beneficial in i
refe~cts, prepared only from the ma
healthy and agreeable substances,i
many excellent qualities commend
to all and have made it the mo
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 54
and $1 bottles by all leading dru;
gists. Any reiable druggist wi
may not have it on hand will pr
cure it promptly for any one wi
wishes to try it. Do not accept a
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co
SAN FR ANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW_YRK. N.Y.
NEWBEEEY, S. C.
XTEXT SESSTON OPENS O(
iL ber 1st, 1891, and ends .June l..t
1892. Expenses are as follows: Boa;
$9 a month. Other necessary ex p)enses,
to$6 a month. Toktal expense for sessi'
$110.50 to $1-19.50O. Board from Monde
noon to Friday noon, $5.253 a mont
M inisters' sons are given tuition at ha
Complete Business Department,
Iwhich are taught Book-keeping, Tele
raphy, Type-writing and Short-han
Expense of 4 months' session, $6.3
For catalogue or other informatio
write to G. W. HOLLAND,
for Infants an
I recommend Itas a perior.to any prescript[ou
known to me." 1.. A. Azcm, M. D.,
111 So. O:Lord St., Brookl, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria' Is so universal and
Its merita so well known that it seems a work
- of su=rogatio toendorse it. Few aretbe I
intellent famzies who do not keep Cars 3
within ay reach."
* New o;k &ty.
LC6Pator Bloo=Ingdak BeOred Churb.
- am just recei
fifu Iline of
e SOLID S
and Plated Ware
Call and see I
5- UD A SPI
To Raise Supplies for,
tha Fiscal Year End- ti
ing 31 March, 1892- E
B E IT ORDAINED BY THE MAY
or and Aldermen in Council as- a:
.sembled and by authority of the same:
Sec. 1. That a tax of twenty cents on'
every hundred dollars in value of all real
and personal property of every descrip-e
tion owned and possessed in the town 1(
Newberry, S. C., (except the property
of churches and chartered institutions
of learning) shall be levied and paid
into the treasury of said town for cur -.f
Sec. 2. That a tax of one dollar shall
be levied on each dog within said town (4
and paid into the treasury of said
Sec. 3. That for the purpose of fixing
the value of personal property for taxa-d
tion, the clerk and treasurer shall be
required to keep his office open every
day (Sundays exce.pted) frotu 9 a. mn. to V
3 o'clock p. mr., from first day of Octo -
her to the fifteenth day of October, 1891,.+
to receive on oath the returns of the L
owners or the agrents of the owners of *~
all personal property within the town i
of New berry, and in cree of failure to
make ret urns of said personal propertyfl
for assessment by the owners o rthe I
agents of the owners thereof, the clerk
and treasurer of said town shall assess
That the taxes herein levied shall be
'paid in lawful money of the United
States to the clcrk and treasurer of said
town within the space of time begin
n ning on the 20th day of October and
it ending on the 20t b day of November,
DONE and ratified under the corporate
seal of the town of Newberry,
[L.S.] S. C., this the 3d day of Sep
- tem ber, A. D., 1891.
il THOS. E. EPTING,
eMayor pro. temn. of New berry, S. C.
JOHN S. FA.IR, C. & T. T. C. N.
TS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS.
.1. Depos'ts in sums of one dollar and
c upwards received and interest paid on
- same at the rate of four (4) per cent per
o annt"n if left e.xceeding ninety days.
Money loaned ou easy termis on Fer
sonal, Real Estate. Stocks, Bonds, Col
t laterals, etc.
7Y JAMES McINTOSH,
R. H. WRIGHT,
= STATE OF SOTH CAROLIN'
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY- a
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
WJIEREAs, John M. Kinard, as C. C.
C. P. hath made suit to me to grant.p
him Letters of Administration with
the will annexed, of the Estate and
d efets ofJo'mn Abr -ns deceased : e
-These are, tberefore, To cite and ad
'monish all and singular the kindred t
and creditors of the said John Abrams,
-deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in.the Court of Probate,
to be held at N-ewberry Court House,
on the 4th day of November, 1891, after F
publbcation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
3forenoon, to show cause, if any they,
o have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
2 ' Given urder my hand this 22nd day
of September, A. D. 1891.
JT B. FE.RD T. P. N. C.
catc coc, ..*t*o" ,
~Sou twh, DWTa&tc"m 71tah
KMS Woms, gfvt eWp, and pra.ts
"For several r I have reonended
F=o1 'C*gm*Ia Ad sb&alwa l coo%Wms to
So soamsita I lvwi&W lprofteed beoe&W
ZDWz=F. PARDE. . D.
wOWAr, 77 Mmar SIM., NW Ye.M
ving a beau
he Twenty-Year Ton-3
ne policies of the
quitable Life Assur
ace Society maturing
i 1891 return the poi-2
yhiolder all the pre
diums paid, and the
llowing rates of in
~rest on the premiums
rhich have been paid
uiring the twenty
ears, in addition to
19 assurance of his
fe during the entire
Life Rate Policies.
Areturn in essh of aHl
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
35 2k per cen'.
45 3k "
55 5k "
?0-Payment Life Policies. A
A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AG E. est at therate of
35 4k per cent.
A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
55 8 "
The return oa other kinds of
licies is in proportion, de
nding u'poo ihekind of policy
d the premniums paid.
There is no assurance extant
any company which comn
Lres with this.
The Equitable is the strong.
t campany in the World and
rnsacts the largest business.
urther information wll be promptly
-mished on application to7.
JAS. A. BUIITON,