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An_-'VAL AND DEPAtTURE OF NADA
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Nu. 11-Fror (ireenv;lle toI I u:V a 2 02 p I
VIA LAI U ENS.
No T-Colnmha I> Green!' .--- 7 a IiI
S(. S.--reenviiIe to LI oUM11a ...... . p
Office will be open from 7 a mi to i. nm.:
wiiI then open aain at 7 p In ai.d reiaili
o,>en until three-quarter' of an hour after
3TAIL ON C. N. It L. R. F.
From Newberry to Colm bia..............
- rom Columbia to ewberry..............
Mal will be open only one-xalf hour after
mail is up. and the out;r door wiil be closed
also after that time.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAR 1,CUT F
NEWBERRY ANt) CTOFIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday ...... - p
Arrive Monday and Thursday........ - >m
NEWBERRY AND WHITNIE'S.
Leave Tuesday and Fri4ay............... 3 p :n
-Te Tuesday and Friday ..................12 : I
LAICIENS AND NEWB'ERRY.
Lv. Tu ursday and Saturday... I p m
Ar. Tuesday,' sday and Saturday... 12 in
R. MOOR1MAN. P. N.
- For Sale.
Ten building lots-one acre each, in
eastern part of town-for sale on easy
terms, monthly installments if desired.
O% im. 0. B. MAYER.
The Board of Pension ComlissionetS.
The Board of Pension Commission
ers, consisting of John C.Wilson, C. F.
Boyd, Sampson Pope, J. D. Suber and
B. F. Boozer will hold a meeting at.
Newberry on Saleday in February.
They will meet with the Pensiou Board
and approve or disapprove of their ac
I have opened a Bakery in Cline's
old stand, on Main Street, where can
always be found a fresh supply of choice
bread, cakes, pies. &c. I will make a
specialty of Baking Turkeys, Meats
and Christmas Cakes. Prices moderate.
Patronage solicited. J. S. ADA'1S.
00 to Davis for Shingles. No. I
Shitgles S-.50 per thousand. No. 2
Shifgles $1.75 per thousand. t.
Cold Wave Coming.
Th following telegram was received
here yesterday, and tbe colk wave big
nal was at once hoisted:
CoLUIUIA, S. C., 1.05 p. m., January
19, 192.-Hoist cold wave signal. Teni
peratur' will fall twenty degrees by
Wed y night. HARRI NGToN.
e you can get those fine
ber Pickles, from Mcin
u have never tried them,
are not satistied that Smith
are selling cheap for cash,
hem and you will be con
you want good goods cbeap,
Hill and his family-in
ing to our town as their
ds wished and prayed for
the river and settled in
town, where they have
a handsome residence on
t. Mr. Joe Addison has
his old home to the ime
yof Chappell's where h
oor to the big stock farm
-in-law, Mr. J. McD. Ki
oes and Onions at
~~se o sofingA
Jackets ranging from
t from this date. tf.
rford School District.
ed in The Herald and
tion wvas held on last
e Rutherford School
uestion of voting a 3
support of the Ruther
addition to the other
or that purpose. T4he
5 for the tax and I18
a miPjority of 27 votes
school is taught by
eitt, and is one of
dline of colors at
tower Co's. tf.
ced agents all over
11 stock in an enter
better than bank
ds, and perfectly
rience can umake
ling this stock. It
s, State Ag't,
12, Union, S. C.
or Tobacco and
out 15 years old
ike to eat some
as he passed the
Ir. S. B. Jones
nie of the fruit
door. Some of
he urchin and
lied and with
s5 thbe memory
Ire offered in
oreed to theC
ough road to
bhichi I will
I will make
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Rev. Prof. A. G. Voigt preached in
Coluibia last Sunday.
Rev. Dr. Holland will preach in the
Lutheran church next Sunday morn
Everybody would welcome a good
clear, sunshiny day. We have had
nothing but rain and niud for a week
There will be an oyster supp:-r and
dance at Gary's L-ne in No. 5 town
ship on Thursday night of this week.
The oil mill will finish up what seed
it has on hand this week, but it will
take several weeks yet to close up the
Thieves entered Mr J. Y. Harris'
pantry last Thuisday night and stole
his p>rk zausage and cabbz.ge.
J. C. Lewis' Company will play "Si
Plunkard" at the Opera House to
tev. Dr. Fox preached at the Luth
eran church last Sunday morning, the
past.r Rev. W. C. Sehaeffer is in bed
sick with the grip.
Gov. Tillman, Seeretary of State
Tindal and other ineisbers Of thel board :
of trustess of Clemson College passed
up the road yesterday.
Mr. T. A. Epting and Miss Annie L.
Kibler will be married to-day near Po
maria, by Rev. M. J. Epting, assisted
by Rev. J. A. Sligh.
Capt. E. H. Grey of the Richmond
and Danville R. R. Company, is at
Helena with a pile-driving machine
for the purpose of building a new com
bination bridge over Bush river.
Mr. Jas. Y. Culbreath and Mr. WN.
H. Hunt, Jr., returned from Columbia
yesterday. Mr. Culbreath thinks it
will be several days before the Supreme
Court renders its decision in the bank
The Newherry Hotel has been sold to
). Henry W beeler by Messrs. Poole &
Schumpert for837,500. The trade was I
made last week. This is a very valu
able property. The rents amount <
annually to about $4,000.
Buist's Prize MedalGar
Ask for them and take none
other. The most essential
thing for a good garden is
good seed. BUIST'S fi1ls the
bill. Avoid all those seed
sold V-n commission. They are
no good, as they are generally
too old. So don't forget, when
you are ready to garden, to
stop at ROBERTSON & GIL
DERS Drug Store and buy
B-U-I-S-T-'S Garden Seeds.
The Newberry Steam Mill
Will be open for grinding Corn on
Tuesdav and Saturday of each week. i
tf. . 'JOHN I. H. AULL, Pronrietor
Thompson's Glove Fitting, Warner's E
Health, and Globe corsets at Mower's. <
Every one who has tried the "Tar- I
beel Cheese" recommend it as being
.he finest cheese ever brought to the
city. Leave your order for some, at
Capt. A. P. Fifer went yesterday to
Attorney-General McLauri n was in
town one day last week.
Mis Eima Riser returned yesterday
from Converse College.
Mrs. E. D. Seybt, of Newberry, is
visiting Mrs. L. A. Seybt, on East
MBee avenue.-Greenville News.
Rev. Mr. Han kel will preach atSt
Luke's church next Sunday morning
'Rev. Geo. A. Wright left on Monday
for Johnston, called hither by the se
rious illness of a near relative.
Capt. and Mrs. Walter Gibson, of
Newberry, returned Wednesday morn
ing, after a pleasant visit to relatives
in Walhalla.-Walhalla Courier.
Mr. T. G. Williams, who is traveling
for thbe sale of sewing machines, spent
lst Sunday at home with his family
Mr. Samuel R. Keith went to Chap
pell's this week, where he h]asaccepted
a position in the store of his uncle, Mr.
Geo. T. Reid. May our young friend,
achieve much success in his new field
of labor.-Walhalla Courier.
Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell was unable to
attend the Supreme Court on Monday.I
Col. W. H. Hunt, Jr., went down and
argued the case in his place. Mr. J. Y.t
Culbreath also went to Columbia to be]
present at the hearing of this caes.
200 000 Shingles.
For satle at $2.00 per thousand by
tf Shocklev Bros.
Call on Smith & WVearn wvhile you
can get choice goods. They are sell
ing thiem cheap for the cash. , Dis
counit on all cash purchases 15 to 2->
per cent. tf.
For a considerable time has been va
rious and all at>out to the discomfort
of thbose abroad. It has likewise been 1
at times as fickle as a fledgelingt's love
ad as "mad as a March hare." It has
not been "huppy and serene.'' To')
much m~eteorological disturbance has
put J upiter Pluvius on the war path,
and Scott's Creek, and the Saluda at
Chiapll's, had a miove on them yester
day-the latter rising at the rate of
tree inches an hour. One had either
to swim Scott's creek or go back. It
brouht thbe wood queIstioni to the sur
face, the grip to many a poor creature,
the Gireenville passenger train to a )
stand-still this side of Laurens and
more or less trouble to the masses. We
have to:rrents of rain, and now tons of
amud to wade through. Thouder, light
ning and wind wit h a heavy sleet andc
bitter cold waves with an occasional
tropical zephyr made up the fortnightly
progranurne. We can?iot apostrophize
the wea:her. It is ahee'1 of us! But
we are hopeful
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
THE COUNTY ALLIANCE.
A Bad Day But a Fail Meeting-Nothr
The County Alliance miet in tb
Court House ~ast Friday. There ar
now seventeen sub Allianees in tb
county. Fourteen of these had dei(
gates present at the meeting last Fr
day. The sub Ali-tees that were ut
represented are Saluda, Fairview an
Lit>erty Hall. The last named is th
only sub Ailiance in the upper part c
the county, unless Beth Eden is con
sidered in the upper section. In th
lower part of tbe county the interest i
kept up and some of the delegate
L:ame as far as fifteen or sixteen milt
to be present.
Piesident J. A. Sligh was not able t
ttend the meeting on account Of sick
ness, and Vice-President R. T. C. H un
There are said to have been sow
ifty or sixty Ailiancemen present, bu
we -%aw but few of them. The day wa
bad and as they arrived they went t
the Court House and when the meet
ing adjourned rhey did not tarry. Th
Sscretary says notbing but routin
business was tranacted and he woul
hot even give out the routine for publi
,atiun. In fact he is averse to givin;
is anything for publication, as itseem
some of the members charge him witl
iving out tbe proceedings of a forme
neeting. This reporter desires to stat,
aere and now that the proceedings o
hat meeting were not obtained fron
he secretary. And in addition it i
tot our purpose to publish any of th,
he secrets of the Alliance that relat,
o Alliance matters, and we would not
f they were in our possession, bu
when the Alliance deals with politics
trd takes action that affects others, an<
n fact the public generally, then w,
will furnish such information as new:
o our readers. Just how we obtaih
hat information is nobody's busines
>ut our own, and the report to whicl
sception is taken is admitted to b4
orrect. We shall do nothing dishon.
)rable to get the news, but it is th,
>usiness of a newspaper to publish thi
3ews and as'long as we run a news
?aper we shall continue to give ou:
uuscribers the news.
At the meeting on Friday Lecture
Pope in his lecture called to the atten
ion of the Alliance the fact that somi
nember had given out the proceeding
)f the last meeting, and that part
hould be summarily dealt with. Thi!
sa little queer, as our information wai
hat Lecturer Pope had characterize(
at report as uutrue, and if it were, n<
2otice should have been taken of it
But then we may be mistaken. Dis
rict Lecturer Keitt also gave the Alli
wnce a talk.
The Executive Committee examine(
he treasurer's books,and reported tha
Ir. Boyd had kept everything in goo(
)rder, and that he bad proper vouchers
The following committee, who ar
ooking after and securing guano fo:
he Alliance, was appointed: R. T. C
Iunter, John F. Banks and J. S. Hair
A called meeting is to be held on thi
irst Friday in February. This meet
ng is to consider a recommendatioi
ontained in the report of Presiden
Sligb. This recommendation is tha
mass meeting of the farmers of thi
ounty be held to consider what crop
hall be planted this year. We pre
ume the main thing intended to b
onsidered is the reduction of the acre
ige of the cotton crop. It was though
)est to submit this matter to the sub
kliances for :ation first, and hence th
iecessity for a called meeting.
We want to say here that The Herak
ind News is entirely friendly to th
liance and is willing and ready t
ive any aid in its power to build ul
he order, but that does n >t keep u
rom critizising its demnanas or the pub
ic acts of its officials as in our judg
nent may he necessary.
All persons indebted to me will pleas
~all and make satisfactory set:,lemnen
>f their accounts.
I have a number of accounts an<
2otes that should have been paid fron
ne to five years ago, and they must b
paid now. To all such debtors I giv
S. B. JONES.
Eddy Bros. have Pickles, plain an<
nixed, in bottles; also plain in kegs.
Nice sun-dried Apples for pies at .S?c
b. at EDDY BRos. mi
Smith & Wearn are closing out thei
~tock at a discount. There is no hum
ug about it. Read their advertise
Persons owing The Herald and New:
or The Lutheran Visitor for subscri]
ion can pay the-same to Mir. L. P. W
Riser. He is authorized to receive an<n
~eceipt for us.
The date or the number opposit<
four name on t:1e label shows the time
o which you have paid. If you ari
lue us anything band the same to bin
>r call at the office and pay it.
AULL & HoCSEAL.
And Dried Beef at 3McIntosh's.
Mr. S. B. Beacham,
Who for the past eighteen month:
tas beeni a fellow-laborer with me a
he bench, left for Newberry on tb<
.rst instant to take charge of J. WV
White's shop. For him I had formne<
r warm attachment, such as I rarel.3
ave for men, but while the separatiol
~as unpleasant, it is gratifying to knov
hat he has a better: position, at an ad
acd pay. Jeff made a host of friend
td no enemies while here. The sam
ule of life there will insure him friend
timong the warm-hear ed, hospitabl
aeople of that grand old town, fo
hih I will ever cherish the mos
leasant memories.-A. J. Sproles, ii
eenwood Correspondence Press an<
Skin andl scalp diseases, the head, a
tmes, a run ning sore, the body entirel3
overedl with sores as large as a qluarte.
>f a dollar, and no meCicine had th4
lesired effect until P. P. P., was taken
[he disease yielded at once, and P.P.P
roved itself the best blood purifier o:
All persons indebted to mie by noten
ir otherwise mustlt settle the samre al
ne. Take notice and save troublt
L. WV. C. BL.ALocK.
Picture Frames, Albums and Easels
Just received another tine a.ssortmnenl
f Picture Frames at Salters' Photo
The finest Grape and Apple Cider
ver broughit to N ewberry -on dIraught
.EDDY Baos. So
er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
The Union of th3 Sixth Section of the
1 Reedy River Association will meel
with the 1st Baptist church at New
berry ou Fridav before 5th Sunday in
e January. The'Union will be held spe
, cially in the intere-t of the "Ceutennial
e of Missions."
Friday, 11 a. in.: Devotional exercises
led by Rev. W. J. Langston.
t 11.50: Organization, followed imini
diately by introductory sermon deliv
e eredt by Rev. J. W. Blanton.
7.30 'p. m.: Missiona ry Centennial -
. purpose and plal--address by Rev. A.
e -; S. Thomas.
s Missionary vroaress of the century,
s address by Rev. E. J. Forrester.
s Saturday, M.AN0 a. i.: Devotional ex
ercises led by Rev. H. T. Smith.
S 11 o'clock: Foreian iissions,. address
by Rev. E. J. Forres(er.
. 'Howe missions, Rev. W. J. Lang
3.30 p. ni.: Wonan's work ifi mis
t sions, addresses by Rev. J. L. Vass and
T..30: Address boy 1'v. J. L. Vass as
General Superintendent of the Baptist
Sunday, 1] a. m.: Sermon by Rev. A.
J. S. Thomas.
. 3:30 p. m.: Children's work in mis
r sions, several addresses.
7.30: Sermou by Rev. J. L. Vass.
1 Let each church see to it that it is
r represented at this meeting.
G. R. WRImnr,
3 GOOD FOR GRIP AND
A man feels miserable when
cQughing from morning till niolit,
but as relief is so easily attained
by using Pelham's Pectoral Syrup
5 for Colds, Coughs, Hoarseness,
etc.. there can be no excuse for
his misery. Everybody has and
recommends Pelham's Pectoral.
It will rot cure Consumption,
which so many claim for their*
remedit s, but it is a never-failing
remedy in all bad Colds and
Price 25c per bottle.
The undersigned would respectfully
inform the public that be has opened a
Family Grocery next door to N r. Klett
ner, on the south-side, where can be
found a full supply of choice fancy and
staple groceries,cheap for cash.
J. S. ADAMS.
Programme of A. R. P. Conference.
The conference of the A. R. P.
Churches of Newberry County will
convene at Head Spring church on
Saturday, January 30th, 1M02, at 10 a.
To be opened with devotional exer
cises by the president Dr. E. C. Jones.
Enrolling delegates and calling roll.
Sermon by Rev. E. P. McClintock.
Afternoon session: Devotional exer
First sabject for discussion:
What is the Christian's relation to
politics? To be opened by M. A. Car
lisle, J. C. S. Brown, J. C. Halfacre and
IE. P. Chalmers.
;Second subject: Should church ses
Ssions wait for their pastors to suggest
Sand take the lead in matters pertaining
. to church interest? To be opened by
. John B. Fellers, S. B. Jones, E. L.
Chalmers, Bev. E. P. McClin tock.
Query box opened.
Report of Executive Committee.
SSabbath: Two sermons .ind commu
C. F. BOYD, Secretary.
SROBERTSON'S COMA~P. COUGH
A certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup and other diseases of
tbe Throat and Lungs. Only 25 cts.
Ia bottle. Manufactured and for sale
EOBERTSON & GILDER'S
1 Drug Store.
SFrank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
- .Richard J. Hinton's finely illustrated
paper on the great Colorada Desert, and
a delightfui descriptive and reminis
cent paper upon "Historic Haunts and
Homes in New York," (the late Colo
nel John F. Mines), are the leading
features of Frank Leslie's Popular
Monthly for February. This mjidwin
.ter number has an exceptionally bril
Iliant list of contributors, including, be
sides the two already named, Rudyard
Kipling, Mrs. E. M1. De Leon, G.eorge
C. Huribut, Douglas Sladen, Louis
Engel, A. L. Rawson, David Ker Etta
W. Pierce, Lucy H. Hooper, Joel Ben
ton, J. Carter Beard and Captain W.
WV. Webb. The .Lange of timely sub
jects cove.ied is wide, and the pictorial
illustrations are of surpassing excel
A Pleasant Lemon Drink
3 For Billiousness, Constipation and
L Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
SFor Indigestion, Sick and Nervous
. adache, take Lemon Elixir.
I For Sleeplessness, Nervousness and
rHeartfailure, take Lemon Elixir.
iFor Fevers. Chills and Debility, take
- Ladies, for natural and thorough or
3 ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir will not
3 fail you in any of the above named dis
eases, all of which arise from a torpid
or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys or
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozeley
IA tlanta, Ga., 50)c. and $1.00 bottles at
LEMON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs. Colds, Hoarsetness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
Hemurrhage and all throat and lung
An elegant and reliable preparation.
:25 cents at drugists. Prepared only
by Dr. H. Mozeley, Atlanta, Ga.
The I.W. Harper is th e finest whis
key on earth. Used in moderation, it is
a sure specific for indigestion, for gen
erai deb,ility, for insomnia, for mental
depression. I t is as fragrarnt as ripe
fruit and if used in moderation it
lengthens life, adds to our joys and
drives dull care away.
The L. W. Harper WVhiskey is abso
lutely pure. It is prescribed by the
ablest physicians of this country, and
by degrees it is winning a world- wide
Sold by T. Q. Boozer, ly.
La Gr'ippe Aaain.
Duringr the epidemic or La Grippe last sea
son. Dr K ings New D)iscovery for Consump
tion. Coughs and Coldls proved to be the best
remedy. Reports from the many who used it
conirmi this statement. They -vr not only
quickly relieved. b.ut the disease left no hadi
aftter results. We ask you to civec this remedy
a trial, and we guarantee that you will be sat
ifiedi with the results, or the purchase price
wilberrne.Iha no egqaal in La Grippe
Trill bottle-s free at Robertson & Gilder's
Drug Store. Large bottles. 5 c. and $'.00.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for (Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, lcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores. Tet
ter, chapped Hands. Chiiblains, Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and1 positively cures
Piies or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Price 2.5 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
Mr. M. A. Carlisle at Clinton.
The Clinton Gazette of last week, in
giving an account of the installation
services of the Knights of Honor, has
the following to say of our townsman,
M. A. Carlisle, Esq. Dr. Holland and
0. L. Slchumpert, Esq.. were to have
been present but were unable to attend:
"Next <anie a most instructive ad
dress by M. A. Carlisle, Esq., a proni
int meniber of the Newberry bar, and
who, by the way, has not only long
since made a record as a most able at
tornev, but oin this occasioli proved
himself to be a very learned, enthu-i
astic and influential Knigit. The dis
tinguiAhed gentleman excused himself
as not being prepared to deliver an ad
dress, having been at a late hour, asket
to run up to Clinton and as-it in th,
installation of the new otlcers of Clin
tou Lodge. But the -peaker's renark,
abounded wi l sound, practical truth
regarding the organization of which he
is a representative mmber. He
showed the organization to be a miost
excellent and sure plan of lifeinsurance
and wondered why all men are not
members for the future benefit of their
loved ones after death has removed the
head of the household. He also states
that the ladies could now become niem
bers thereby insuring their lives for the
benefit of their husbands and children.
This feature of the order is, we pre
surne a new one; but nevertheless, a
good one. From 'Mr. Carlisle's address
we learn a good deal about the specific
aims and benefits of the order. The
Supreme treasurer who resides in St.
Louis, he said, has to give a bond of
$200,000 and the Supreme Reporter a
bond of $10,000; thus showing the great
responsibility attached to these im
Change of Schedules.
There was another change of sched
ule on Monday. The down passenger
train from Greenville on the C. and G.
railroad arrives here now at 2.02 p. m.,
instead of 2.34 p. m. as formerly. There
is no other change on the passenger
schedule of this road. The passenger
trains now pass each other at Helena.
The accommodation freight between
Greenville and Newberry only makes
three trips a week, Tuesday, Thursday
On the C., N. & L. road the accom
dation freight train has been taken off
and the passenger train now is run as a
freight also, and the Schedule slightly
changed. It passes here in the morn
ing going to Columbia at 7.53 and ar
rives at Columbia at 11 a. m. Return
ing it leaves Columbia at 3 p. in., and
arrives at Newberry at 6.44 p. in.
Items from St. Paulon.
On account of the very inclement
weather, there was no school last Mon
During most of the week the weather
has been severe. Considerable snow
fell Thursday night, which, however,
was soon melted by the subsequent
Mad dogs are the topic of con,,ersa
tion now-a-days. One belongiug to
Mr. L. V. Livingston. supposed to be
mad, was killed by Mr. Jake Richard
son a few days ago. It made a tour
through the settlement and did a great
deal of biting, the result of which was
a general slaughter of the dog tribe.
Good looks are more than skin deep, fle
pen(ling upon a healthy condition of all the
vital organs. It the Liver be inactive, you
have a Bilious Look, if your stomach be dis
ordered you have a a Dyspeptic Look and if
your Kidneys be atrected you have a Pinched
Look. Secure good health and you will have
good looks. Electric Bitters is the gi eat
alterative and Tonic acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures Pimples. Blotches, Boils
and gives a good complex.on. Sold at
Robertson & Giders, Drugstore, 50c. per
NOTEs FROM EXCELSIOR.
Mr. R. C. Counts, of New berry Col
lege has been on a visit home.
Miss Enoise Counts, of near Peak,
has been visiting relatives here.
We have had three little snows this
season and the thbree combined would
not have covered the earth. We L .
tinue to have quite a chance of cold
weather, rain, mud and ice.
Mr. J. C. Griffin 'and family of our
quiet little community have moved to
their new home in the Gallman com
Mr. G. S. Long, wife and little
daughter, of near Pomaria, have been
on a visit to relatives here.
Our bird hunters have been putting
in some good work this season. Only
a few of the "bob whites" are left to
We have had rather a rough winter
and the public roads in this neighbor
hood are getting a little unpleasant for
travel again and should soon receive
attention. We are not complaining,
however, for we can boast of as good
roads as any other neighborhood.
Some tramp or tramps spent a night
n the academy building recently and
left some rubbish lying around for the
pupils to clean up next,mnorning,besides
a few copy books, writing pens, &c.,
that was found to be missing. We re
gret to have such parties visit our
quiet little community and trust their
visits may be more seldom.- Such per
sons should spend a while in their
stripes under a Penitentiary boss and
possibly they would learn better how
to conduct themselves. The entrance
was made by raising a sash.
Owing to the disagreeable cold
weather the service on Sabbath after
noon was not largely attended.
One of our Larmners while returning
home a few days ago was thrown from
his horse and left sticking in the mud.
The horse ran home and created quite
an excitement to the family who
thought the rider was possibly lying on
the road side badly hurt, but in the
mean time the lost man came walk
ing up and made the fanily happy and
cheerful. Our friend S. was not injured
by the fall but was tired walking with
is load of muddy clothes. SIGMA.
It is rumiored that C'ol. Ellison S.
Keitt and Superitntendent of the Peni
ten tiary Talbert are likely to enter the
gubernatorial race. Col. Keitt has al
ready expressed his opinions as to
Tillman. Talbert is said to oppose the
anti-ank and anti-railroad policy of
the ad ministration.
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A New School fur treatment of
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[his treat ment, called Electrolibration,
s quite scientific, and takes advantage
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t is not a cure-all, but as long ais no
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Mlainv of the wealthie~st German
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treatment. Each homie has its Elec
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eases, such as La Grippe, etc., from
taking a hold. The Atlantic Electro
poise ('omipany. 222 King~ St., Charles
ton. S. C.. will send all information,
trms and teatment,a onnplicaon.
December 3o, 1891, at the residence
of Mr. J. C. Hinard, by Rev. J. D.
Bowles, Mr. Monroe G. Bowles and
Miss Birdie V. Kinard-all of Edge
field County, S. C.
Mr. B. Frank Dawkins, of No. s
Township, died on lazt Friday night,
aged about 60 years.
T%w,. W. KEIrr, Editor.
In the teachers' column of this week
ippeais a contribution from an expe
rieined teather. It is well worthy tht
)erusal of any one. Singing, I fear, i!
001 much neglected in our schools. B.
its meaus we reach the mental, mora.
and physical being. It is the best
means of "all round" development we
know. Let us all adopt the motto,
"Never too late to learn," and intro
duce singing into our schools.
You are heartily welcome to the
column, fellow-teacher. Come again.
We earnestly request the co-opera
tion of wide-awake teachers in keeping
the teacher's column full ot interesting
o atter. Let us show to the public,
that they to whom is entrusted the
welfare of their children, are alive to
the necessity of se.f-improvement.
Song in School.
I have a little book which I love very
dearly. It is "my mother's Bible-her
pocket Bible." She bought it when a
girl, and perhaps her buqy fingers
sewed or knit for it, as she has often
informed me this was the way she paid
for many sundries.
In days not so "long ago" it was the
custom of church members to carry
their Bibles to church and follow the
minister as he read the sacred lesson,
also to sing from the book. This was
the purpose for which the dear little
volume of which I have spoken was
Yes, I well remember when my
mother rode horseback to church and
I had to ride behind her. I remember,
too, the little Bible and the few bis
cuits in the faithful old pocket which
were not to be forgotten; but above all
I remember when inside the old church
walls my mother's trembling lips and
pure sweet v(ice joined "Those songs
that once did sweet in Zion glide" to
grand old Dundee or some other con
secrated tune. Dear church of my
fathers, in your quiet sunny spot you
stand unchanged, and nethinks your
brown walls yet echo the "Songs of
Parents leave your children a pious
memorial. We would not dare to say
that the former days were better than
these, but we must say that new fathers
and mothers do not sing in church as
they once did. Frequently you see
them sitting, holding their books with
sealed lips, and when asked to sing
they say they cannot. We would not
doubt their truthfulness in the least
but for this "cannot" in Christians
whose very souls would love to praise,
there must be a good reason. This
reason must be that they have never
learned to sing.
Now' as school teachers are rousing
all along the line let us see to it that
we pay due attention to the subject of
song. It is not expected that we teach
juveniles the principles of music, but
we can do much towards training their
voices and helping them to learn the
duty and privilege of praise. Let us
teach them not only to sing, but that
there is a divine purpose in song.
For several years we have had sing
ing casually in school, but had not
given it a stated place. While attend
ing our "County School Conventions"
we heard Miss Garlington's and Miss
Wheeler's classes sing. We at once
determined to go back to school and
profit by their example. "Never too
old to learn'' was a favorite~ maxim
wvith mother and well she impressed it
on us. We now give singing its place.
The first lesson each afternoon is
song. We use the Sabbath School
books of the community with some
plaintive airs we learned in days of
yore. It is needless to say our children
love to sing. They sing with a will and
there is surely more of heaven than
earth in our song, when the little darl
ings all chime out.
eYthing but the blood of Jesus."
It would do you good too to hear them
sing "Good bye," "Down in my good
old home" or other lullabies with which
your fond mother soothed you as she
rocked you to sleep.
Fellow, teacher when you feel joyous
encourage your children to sing and
when you feel careworn and weary tell
them to sing and sing with them.
The song lesson each day is the most
pleasant lesson we have. The sceptic
may smile but there is an inspiration
about which savors of celestial air, and
which tends to dispel gloom from the
aching brow. Let us then cuitivate
the companionship of song. Why
should itsinfiuence be 1 ess potent now
than in the days of poor, old, envious
Saul. Why should the harp strings of
the "monarch minstrel" vibrate more
swveetly than those turned by God's
own fingers and why, oh why, should
we refuse to sing? J. A. L.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became MIiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave t.hem Castoria.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
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