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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
Found in the Sa.uda.
The body of John F. WatkiDs, of
Chappells, was found in Saluda River
on Tuesday evening iSth instant. Mr.
Watkins disappeared from_ home on I he
19th of February, end his bdy lwd
been in the river eignteen days.
Frick Company's celebrate'l Eclipse
Engines, Saw Mills, Cotton Giii Sep
arators, etc., for sale by Geo. B. An ,'
soo, of Lauren's, S. C., agent for N\e -
berry, Edgefield. and Laurens Couu
Write for prices and terms. t f
The County Board of Exauiners
earnestly request all school trustees to
meet at Newberry.on Saturdy, March
26th, at 11 a. m.
Among others, the school dist; ict
question will be discussed at the meet
ing. ARTHUR KiBLER,
Chairman Co. Board Ex.
We are offering Zeigler'sShoes, right
from the factory-at very reasonable
prices. Come and see them at
Thesubordinatelecturers of the New
berry Farmers' Alliance, will please
meet in the Court House at Newtrerry,
on April 2nd at 10 a. m., sharp. Busi
ness of importance. A full attendance
is desired. Jos. L. KErnT,
3d District Lecturer.
Soadleys, S. C., March 12, 1S92.
On last Thursday about-11 o'clock in
the day time the barn of Mr. T. J.
Boozer, who lives in the St. Luke's
community was destroyed by tire. He
lost about 300 bund.es of fodder, 8
sacks of guano, some cotton seed and
some other articles. It was with much
difficulty thkt the crib and other build
ings were saved. The origin of the fire
is unknown. There was no insurance.
Yellow Pine Lumber in carload lots
For sale by RoBT. T. CALDWELL,
Oriental Council No. V.
The following are the oilcers elected
last Monday night to serve the re-or
ganized masonic council:
O. Klettuer, T. 1. M.
N. B. Mazyck, DeputyM.
F. W. Britton, P. C. Wor;.
R. H. Greneker. Treasurer.
R. J. Miller, Recorder.
T. H. Cromer, C. Guard.
I. D. Shockley, C. of Council.
Jos. Maun. Steward.
J. H. M. Kinard. Sentinel.
200 000 Shingles.
For sale at $2.00 per tbousand by
tf Shockley Bros.
GoldenWedding of 51r. and Mrs. L. J. Jones
Our honored townsman. L. J. Jones,
Esq.,will celebrate the fiftieth anniver
sary of his wedding to-day. Fifty mile
stones in the journey have been passed
in the happy marital journey of our
friends and they will to-day, in restful,
sober joy, lits,er awhile amid the
gathered sheaves. It weil be a quiet
re-union of rela'ivo and immediate
friends. C2ol. Jones is t he Nestor of the
Newberry Bar, and we beg to extend,
on this occasioni. our sincere congrat ula
tions and wishes for log continued
health and happine-s to bim and his
How to Make Corn. ~
N.. Use Newberry Catii Seed Oil 3Mill
eneSE. Whbat a successful
farmer writes-us:-"I used your Cotton
beed Meal under corn. I th.uk it the
best Fertilizer for Corn I have ever
used. 1 think it added fifty per cent."
.P. CLARK SarrTa.
T. C. Poole says:-"I never used a
more satisfactory fertilizer 'for corn
than your Cotton Seed Meal." 1m
*Mistake Corrected. -
In our issue of March 2, it wasstated,
in regard to the special act regulating
the tax on thbe. C., N. & L. railroad tbat
No. 9 Townsbip wa entitled to credit
of the tax paid by the railroad, and the
special levy was for thbedifierence. This
is correct, but in our calculation of the
amount, to which the township was
entitled to credit, we made a mistake
in the figures.
Instead of its being $.36S.75 it should
be $56 875. There are only U miles of
road in No. 9, and at .$5,000) a mile, the
total would only be S17,5300. A levy of
3:1 mills w~ould yield 83.8?
The Stallion Wagener, Jr., will stand
the ensuing season at the following
places to wit: Won. Smith's, on Tues
*days; Prosperity, on Thbursdays; New
berry C. H., on Saturdays; proprietor's
stables, on Mondays. TERM1S: $10 to
Post Office address, Newberry, S. C.
March, 1892. M1. M1. BUFO RD.
A Home Boy's Success.
The following pleasant mention will
be gratifying to the numerous New ber
ry friends of the young man who lefi
his home here about five years ago and
secured a good railroad position an~
rapidly developed into a successfu'
Conductor T. 'B. Greneker has par
chased a lot from Mirs. C. A bney, oppo
site Mrs. Bates. The Captain got
bargain-hie paid only $8300 for an acre
Mr. James Paul, one of our most ar
*tistic workmen. has the contract fo:
building a handsome house on this lot
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
Zeil,er's well known Shoes. J. Faus
& Son's Shoes. All solid as a silver dol
bar at MowER'S. tf
Sunday-school was reorganized1 las
Sunday afternoon by the election
Mr. Win. F. Wright as sup'erintendent
Mr. J. M1. Long assistant super'intendl
ent and Mr. L. M!. Long secretary an'
treasurer. This Sunday-school was or
ganized ten or twelve years ago by- thi
late Z. F. Wright. in his life one of ou
most substantial citizens, and the pen
pIe of the Tran wood vicinity happil.
exemplified their belief in the "eterna
fitness of things" by making the son
who had just recently moved into thiei
midst, the wearer of the mantle of bi
lamented father and their revere
friend and counselor.
Tranwood is a flourishing schoo
and the pupils are the brightest an
most attractive and best behaved
any little spot the sun shines on. MIi
Lilla Kiler is the popular and ett
cient teacher of the day school at the
Smith & Wearn are closing out the&
stock at a discount. There is no hun
bug about it. Read their adverisi
To sell vou Guano and gave.vou $2(
to $3.00) per to'. Ask t hose who has
tried "Gold Dustf what satistar-tion
gave. Sold one fairmer in this Count
last year one ton on trial. This yez
.sold'him fifteen tons. with privilege
*more. For prices and termis, app y1
L. W. FLovr>,
Sec'y and Trens. and Maonaaer
Newberry'otton Seed Oil Mill an
Fertilizer Co. 1mi
Children Cry for Pitcher's Cast0ri;
VAIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. E. P. Chalmers lost a fine cow
The Couutv Comm iss&.>ners advertise
corntrac:s to let.
Mr. Otto Khetiunr bought .J. E.
Prince's stock of goods.
To-rmorrow-earlv in the morning
is St. 'atrick's d tv.
T he t: . II registratitn b.>k: s wili
open on Mou(ay, the _'ist.
The eti;en's me:nr wili 1,. hlid in
the operai 1onse oni F'riday.
There -(ens to have been a general
rouad-wo rkmgI la;st we'k.
C.':pt. 3M. M. B:uf,i . is announne(d
th is week as a cand"datla for .Sheril.
Mr. C. I). Buzlardt has purchased
from Rev. E. P. McClintock the Cald
i r. G. M. . ert4 is an nounce .ilis
we. k as a cat;hilate for C:unty Com
There l;e : wO Ie.:(, women i1 j>il
for murder. One of the eases is in
I1s-s. V. B. Aull and Walter V.
Barre, of Lexington. have bought the
Newberry Steam Mill.
I.avet port's spr:ng sock monmplises
Ia iy beautiful goods. His line of
dress goods is especially pretty.
R v. H. W. Kuhns, ). D., will
preach in the Lutheran church next
Sunday at 11 a. im.
Rev. Mr. Hanekel will preach at
St. Luke's next Sunday morning, and
in tbe afternoon at 5 o'clock.
The C., N. and L. road has ordered
three new engines. This loo:s like we
are going to have some improved sched
Mr. John B. Mayes' horse ran away
with the buggy on the st.eets last
Friday. No damage.
Rev. E. P. McClintock wen t to Abbc
last Friday to preach the dedication
sermon of Bethlehem A. R. P. church,
near Due West.
Mel Chalmers and John Aull were
in great luck last Sunday afternoon.
They were at Tramnwood with about
six of the prettiest girls in the county.
It is reported that a neetig will be
in Newberry next Monday to send
delega;e> to the March convention at
Columbia on the 'ith._
Spring goods at Minter & Jamieson's
are now ready for inspection, and they
will stand the tcst as to price and
quality. See ad.
A small negro child wa" found dead
Friday morning last on the plantation
of Mr. J. A. Crotwel!. Coroner Buist
he'd the inquest. Death was caused
Mr. Geo. B. Cromer, has accepted an
invitation to deliver theannual address
before the literary Societies of North
Carolina College, Mt. Pleat ant, N. C.
at the commencement in May next.
Smith & Wearn have a 25,C0O stock
of clothing, shoes and hats, and they
are not going to keep them if bottom
prices will sell them. Here is fine op
portunity to get clothed cheaply.
Mr. W. S. Mann has been trans
ferred to the section of the C. N. and
L. road between Prosperity and Little
Mountain, and moved to Prosperity
yesterday. He had just occupied his
new house in Newberry.
The South American Medicine Com
pany have been giving performances
in the Opera House during the past
week, and they will s'iow every night
this week and probably next wveek.
The Reporter myi two of their per
formances last wek The prih e is 10
cents, but the show was as good va
some shows at five times the price.
F-rom .',t -'L e.- do the
Constable Frank Maybio and Mr.
James Caughman had a discussion
over a legal n"nt in Prosperity. Mr.
Caughmau asserted that a man coulu
not be arresicd twice on the same war
rant. Constable Maybini contended
that two arrests with the same war
rant would be legal and perfectly right,
but Caughman carried the po.nt. The
manouvering prior to the discussion
for a time was quite lively and some
By a lady of three years ex perience: a
position as governess, private or public
school. Teaches English branches and
A ddess, "ScrooL MA RM,"'
W hitmires, S. C.
Having not yet been forced to the
wall, although I had a rough road to
travel, I am still at the old stand with
a full line of Furniture, which I will
me!l on small Monthly or Weekly Pay
ments. Come and see me. I will make
prices and terms satisfactory.
R. C. WILLIAMS,
The Installmer t Man.
Main street, New berry, S. C. t f
Capt. John F. Speck is trip to
Mr. Louis Crede retturned cen Friday
from a trip to Baltimore.
Solicitor Schumpert returned on
Saturday from the Union Court.
Mrs. Win. Hood, of D)ue West. re
turned on Saturday from a visit to
Mrs. L. N. Rcdger, of Union, is on a
visit to her father, Mr. J. Hart Blease.
Mr. Rohdger spent Sunday in New
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Cauthen, o:
Kershaw County, are on a visit to Mrs.
Cauthen's father, Mr. Ivy Z. A brams.
Miss Bessie Moore. granddaughte1
of Gen. WV. H. Hunt, left Monday foi
her home at Culpeper, Va.. after
pleasant visit to relatives in Newberry
Itest of All.
To cleanse the system in a gentle and
truly bieneficial man ner, when thI
Springtime comies,*use the true an<
perfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. On
bottle will answer for all the fainil'
and costs only' 51) cents; the large siz
S1. Try it and be pleased. Manufac
tuned by the California Fig Syrup Co.
And Dried B}eefiat McInto-h's.
Life Health and sn:engtlv
A PA L.ACiIcoLA. Fla., Feb. 17, 1SSU'.
Mesrf Lippman L'ros., arawnnah:
DRa ,i ns- I will write to vou ti
inform you that I was afflicted witi
Blood Disease. I tried one bottle '
* * * and1 it gave me no relief. I wa
in tied seven months. I tried promninheni
phscas and they could not4 do m
anuy god. I saw your advertisemien
of P. P. P. in the Apalachicola Tim.
.and thou.zht I wotuld try it. T.he bot ti
SI got to-night makes seven or eiah1
anid, oh, how goodi I feel. I have bee
-up ever slice and at myi; busnmess-lunx
ber inspector. Yon my pubh!i-h this
you desi re. I have iniformed mny friend
r M. P. BOL DEN.
Highest of all in Leavening Po
A GOO) SUOwiG.
Very Lit-;e1 Tax Uncollecid-Moetly Poll
Taxe,. not Paid.
New berry County makes a very goot
.-no witig this year iii the matter of pay
ing taxes. Below we give a list bh
to'nslip s of the at,ount of taxes ui
colleetei, aid the po>lls in each town
'I1b- does not include the penalty no:
t.,e railroad tax wtiich has not beet
'1'ie ex.eculion boTok wil be made ou
very -oon and exeCUtiolls placed in thi
hands of t he sherift. No. 10 Townshii
has the sm.lest of auly in the cAnty
........... 45)! _
.. 2 .,ti 2.
4~~ ~ ~ 74............. : S 4
.. ....................1 P
.: ................. ... 2 4 5 4i 2
Total....... ............... !5 5 57
This making tax uncollected in th
county of "1,123.:5 to which will b
added 15 per cent. penalty.
Audi.or Cromer in making up hi
delinquent book has been careful no
to put on it any names that may b
douuly entered, or that he knows to bi
not liable to poll tax, for in this wai
he will save many useless executions.
PURE SEEDS AT PELlHAM'S.
Choice Seeds at Pelham'!
Reliable Seeds at Pelbam'2!
Landreth's Seeds at Pelham',!
Millet Seeds at Pelbam's!
Garden and Field Corn- at Pel
Orcbard Grass at Pelbam's!
Blue Grass at Pelbam':!
Lawn Grass at Pelham't!
Red Clover at Pelham':!
Lucerne Seed at Pelham's!
Our aim is to please, and we ar
equally as desirous of selling Fresl
and Reliable Seeds as we are in sell
ing Pure Medicints. Call at
The County Executive Committee.
A meeting of the County Executiv
Committee was held in the law officec
W. H. Hnnt, Jr., Esq., on last Satur
There were pre:ent W. H. Hunt, Jr
from No. 1; Thos. W. Keiit, from
Townships :1, 4, 5 and 7 were not repre
sented: from G, I. M. Smith; from
Juo. W. Reagan; from 9, Rev. J. A
Sligh; from 10, W. B. Boinest; from 1]
31. H. Folk, and Dr. S. Pope adviso,
member by invitation we believe, an
as member of the State Executive Com
R. C. Maybiii, Trial Justice, we
elected secretary. Mr. Reagan has rE
signed as he is candidafe for the pos
tion of Supervisor of Registration.
A call for a county convention an
the reorganization of the clubs was h
sued, signed by the chairman, an
Another rmeeting will be held, w
presume, before the meeting of th
The Herald and News has receive
an invi ation to the joint celebratio
of the annive:'.ar'es of the Excelsic
and Phxenakosniian Literacy Societit
of Newvberry College, to be held in tb
opera house on Friday evening, MIarc
:jth, at S.30) p. m.
The prog:ammTie is as followvs:
Preddiug oflicer : S. J. Derr:ci
Debaters :James D. Kmnard, Rt. 31
Mon IS, Excelsiois; J. H. Harms, I
A. Co rlisle, Pb renakosmians.
Subject :IResolve'd, That t.he mone
poer is a greater natio >ai peill tha
Ushers : B. L. Jones, J. L. C-iug1
mar, J. W. Black,.E heh'ois' 8. A
erchant, WV. W. WVhaler, J. Y. M1
Buist's Prize Medal Gax
Ask for them and take non
obr. The most essentil
thing for a good garden
Igood seed. BUIST'S fils ti
Ul1. Avoid al] those see
od on commission. They a.i
no good, as they are generall
too old. So don't forget, whe
you are ready to garden,
sop at ROBERTSON & GI1
DER'S Drug Store and bii
B-U-I-S-T-'S Garden Seeds.
County Board of Equalization.
Thue County Board of Equalizati<
miet at thle auditor's ofiee on la
T. irsday. The following are the mer
oers who now constitute this Board:
No. 1, L. M. Speers; No. 2, Th<
W. Keitt; No. :8, J. Munroe WXicke
No. 4, M1. A. Renwick ; No. 5, T. J
Calmers ; No. 93, Jno. R. Spearma
No. 7, WV. M. Werts; No. 8, J. H. Bot
ware: No. 9, Rt. T. C. Hunter: No.]
L. Q . Wtiers: No. J1, E. 0. Hen z. 3J
t. T. C. Hru:er was elected chairma
"d the bea;d rli je3rd to the tra 'se
t:0' off t'1e bous't , a bnd.
Vey few changes were made in t
retrns. None to amotut toanythe:
The Newberry banik's return, ov
which there h:is been so miuch sr
lately was ruatde just as it has been
seveal years past, at lpar. The Boa
made no increase in thieassessment tb
accepted it as mlade by the bank.
Bucklen's Armica Salve.
Th" nest M;alve in the world for Cuts. Sol
~r:Iss, t' 'eers. Sal t Inheum,i Fever Sores,'T
ter Chap;:ped il:ui.'. Chilblains,. Corns ax
ali I kin E-upt~rions, and positively eu
Pile or noi pay reqjCired. It is guaraniteed
'ive pe':'Te't sai isfaction. or money refunc
rice:M 'enlts pe box. For sate by Robt
son & (Giler.
A Fair anel square An-loancement.
Mr. (. Klettnter formally announm
Shis candidacy this week for aldermn
tIomn Wa rd 4. The Herald and News
~pleased with the tonxe of Mr. Klettue
ar. It is manly and straightforwal
He is ma.king the race without a
cot'binesi~ or promises, butt simply
perorml his duty faithiifully.. Anid
.ihi, we are free to s:ay, there can be
queti ou, for hie never considers tiqie,
ftoil, or ex pense. ini whlatever he elis
ie is a goiod business m:an. progressi
and 1enterprising,r and we feel suret
town wvill be safe in such hands.
er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Call for the Reorganization of the Demo
cratic Party in Newberry County.
Pursuant to the order of the State
Den'ecratic Executive Committee, the
County Democratic Executive Coit
tee of Newberry County hereby issues
a call for the reorganization of the
Democratic party in this county, under
thecoustitution of the Democratic party
of South Carolina, adopted in State
Con vent ion at Coiuibia, S. C., Septem
ber 10th, 1890.
The subordinate clubs are called to
meet at their usual places of meeting
on the second Saturday, (the 9th day)
of April next, for the purpose of retr
ganizing said clubs, and for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the County
The County Coiventiol will meet on
the first Monday, (the :'nd day) in
MIay next, at New berry Court House,
ar il o'clock a. m., to reorganize the
party in this County, to elect a new
County Executive Committee, to elect
eight delegates to the State Convention,
which meets at Columbia on the third
Wednesday in May next, and to trans
act such other business as may be
proper under the Constitution.
The State Democratic Constitution
provides that the representation in
each subordinate club in said County
Convention shall be one delegate for
every twenty-five members and one
delegate for each majority fraction
thereof; also that only such Demo
cratic clubs as were in existence on the
13th day of August, 1890, shall be re
cognized. No club that was forned or
organized after the 13th day of August,
1890, by the division of an old club or
otherwise shall be re-organized.
The Constitution aforesaid further
provides that "the club.:n eaeh county
shall be held together and operate
under the control of a County Execu
tive Committee, which shall consist
of one member from each club to be
nominated by the respective clubs
and elected by the County Conven
tion"; each club will therefore nomi
nate one of its members to be elected
by the County Convention to serve on
the County Executive Committee.
All members will be required to sign
their respective club roll?, and signing
the roll shall be equivalent to a pledge
to abide by the action of th majority
of the party.
- By orderof the Executive Committee
of New berry County.
J. A. SuIT,
Chairman County Executive Com
mittee. R. C. MAVI'N,
Newberry, S. C., March 12, 1892.
For the Starving Russians.
Collections for the Rursian famine
sufferers.were taken in the NPwberry
churches last Sunday as follows:
Methodist - - - S 12 05
Presbyterian - - - 30 00
A. R. Presbyterian - - 6 80
First Baptist - - - 17 00
Lutheran - - - 40 C3
A. M. E. Church - - 3 45
Box at Wright's Bookstore - 1 '75
Total - - - $110 05
The health of this community isgood.
Small grain has come out consider
d ably during the past few w- eks.
The iarme's are doing all in their
e power to prepare for another crop of
e six cents cotton.
School Commissioner Kibler visited
the Monticello school on last Friday.
The farmers of thbis section will use
only about two-thirds a.s much fertili
zers as last year.
Messrs. J. P. Martin and P. C. Ful
fler, overseers on the Cault's Ferry
road, have recently had their section of
roa ptin "apple-pie" order.
Died, March 9, 1892, an infant of Mr.
and Mis. Thomas L. Pugh. ~ .D
SEED POTATOES !
at S. B. JONES.
Jurors for Second WVeek.
The following petit jurors were drawr>
March 9th to serve for the week begin.
ning March 28th:
.J. Rn; t Mlls. J ipo oad
,J. Lindsey Bowe:s.J.H mer
. P. Milher. W.B cer
Otto Klettnei. X E.Hilad
JB.Glas'ow. C?.' dnrh
W. Lang Litzsey. io .Bn"
Tos. E. Ept'ng. J .P
J. Pinkney Ads.ms. bo. }nt.
Jno. C.BrowO n.io~
Simon P. Bickley. oF.(oe
UJ. Mom oe WicKer. Jo ~Ry
M. A. Eenwick. ..Mick
Jno. C. Nee'.t owrs
L L. Domi ,'.ek. W .D'rk
YW. Pet D)ominiciK.
Geo. . Boers. Jn. . Sicmerd.
Bas Bals,Bat, Cps B.xelt;. op
:Q Mrble; Fsh DHoks Li. s H H'am
mock, Coqut Sts-nratar.t
(.m. EDD. Bank .
weekkilled . of the Cromer.
s. wer. PattBowers.
r; Mr. May Rew. has De quik.
e. ontd.o Bower s no. D. tiherdson
Mapponent Fih ra kined s; peene Ha
mocks,m Coig. esi etvait
OThe first weabbath wein thad pas
wee lea oe of ig thfie cabbag
erbyathelgcls.dn o ebr
id tenant houseD. Csr isite's Mra
rtatindlewastreek.t hrda u
utg Sohe ofigh farmer asdvye menc
.we segstcoyedea fgaocm
.icout to aeeks,e cens otl on ie
; Twoe or yo,utnI ameglad osei
Set- abFriokdaboit the ther daym a
esaheirinmenti rained away wiveted u
- 10o wgong
in th corst Sabbath we Ohad.t
epesur Af Plasaten Doaink.ero
rby Fo thdetion,al atdndo Neberr
toMr Handair. takeosson Eiie r.
of FornFeers.s Chlsene Dbliy.tb
orLese fo nratudeal andgthnoougmin
uts toi rmuaetion, taet cotton.Eixr
yeTw Dr. Moureyun Lmn Elixironsiden
sthe i yo i rnningh aboewamedwitht
oMriae lier,w stoonachidmeyaga
Pretred communityD.H LOLA.
CuFre Balli(ousness, Constpatoan
oreaTrat, Bre eoniiPr. o~
Hmorrhadgestin allthoa and Nevu
-AIIelant tandribe LeEprato
byFor.. Sleeleys, Nervlnta, Ga
Pfcur Frmers, lbs and eils-,a
Justilrecivdanother above namedrtmi
ofes Picur oFrwhich aislers' Patrp
Atapha Gar.5can .0botea
Our Prorper"a Letter.
We are pleased to know that Dr.
Euston Kibler has decided to locate in
Last week Iev. J. K. Efird, and
family left for their far distant home in
the State of Washington.
Mr. John Boozer of the St. Luke's
section left here yesterday for Willamu
stuun where he expects to study tele
The winsome and fascinating 3Miss
Bessie Calmes, of Columbia. has been
visiting her friends, the M1isses Lang
ford, of ourtown.
Ucle Jacob Epting, who has been
quite ill for some time, s;ems to be
better, and his physicians have hopes
of his recovery.
Dr. and "Mrs. A. F. Langrord have
returned fro.n their visit to (ralai's.
Their daughter, _lis Sara, of the Co
lumbia Female College, came with
them to spend a few days at home.
Dots from Wiit"nires.
The farmers are piogressing rap.dly
with their farm work; br.ving hauled
their guano while the .ands were too
wet to work.
Considerable changing of residence
recently. Mr. E. H. 'rood moved into
his new cottage, Mr. B. Lee into Mr. S.
Crawford's new house,M.r.J-. C. Duckett
into his new residence, Mr. A. M. Chas
tain into Mr. E. C. Brigg's house which
was vacated the day previous by \1r.
Lee. Dwelling houses are in demand.
Miss Eula Jones who taught the Mol
lohon school returned to her home near
Clinton last Monday. Why is it so few
of the schools continue no longer than
supported by the pablic; the times are
hard, but I don't Lee how the parents
can afford to let their children be idle.
Friends we live in a progressive age,
lets keep up, and children cannot be
educated by attending school three
months during the year.
Messrs. Rodger and Dunbars spent
Friday night in town en route for -New
berry. They spent a few hours with us
to-day on their return home.
A number of gentlemen from this
place attended the funeral of Mr.
Brown, at Rodgers church, Sunday
afternoon; his death was caused from
relaps.e of la grippe, which has been
quite prevalent in this portion of the
county; but very few deaths; that
speaks well for our skilled 31. D.'s.
Mrs. F. Whitmire has been quite
sick, but again we joyfu'ly announce
Dr. R. R. Jeter has been suffering
several days from the grip, hope he will
soon be better.
Mr. E. C. Briggs comes down on
Thursday and returns Saturday, but
there is very little cotton being sold
Misses Louise Andrews and Tulu
Garmany disappointed several last Sat
urday by not arriving at the appointed
time; some of the young men wore very
sad countenances in the evening.
Mr. Lee Sims leftSaturday for North
Carolina where he will reside.
Mrrch 14, 1892.
STATE OF OH Jo, CITY OF ToLEDo,
LUCAS COU- TY. ss
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm w' pay the
sum of ONE H UNDRED DOLLARS
for eaco a -id every case of Catarrh that
can not be cured by the use of Hall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. lbS6.
E:A L } A. WV. GLF AFON,
Hall's Catarrah Cure is taken inter
naly and acts d'rectly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CH ENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
giSold by Druggists, 75e.
The BIgest B2er
Ever seen on the New berry market
was killed by Messis. Cabanis & Miller
last Friday. Its net weight was 786
pounds. The Oil M1ll cave $7 for the
steer last October. It was very poor
then, and was fattened at the Oil Mill.
Inflammatory Rheumatism is cured
by P. P. P. (Priekly Ash, Poke Root
and Potassium). Physicans have been
consulted, and to no purpose. As a last
r,sort patient takes P. P. P. and gets
well. Hosts of certificates to this effect
are in possession of the manufacturers,
and will be shown on application.
Miss Flora Meredith, of Laurens,was
on a visit to friends in the village last
Mr. H. W. Jeffcoat, a divinity stn
dent at the Lutheran Theological Semi
nary, has moved to the village. His
little family occupy the cottage irl
which the former student, Rev. J. D.
The bitter gale of wind last Thurs
day afternoou was direct from the
frightful blizzard in the Northwest the
night before, and which drove a temn
pest of sleet and snow at the rate of 5(
milcs an hour. Man and beast wen1
down pitilessly in the rapidly falling
mercury. We are thankful for thbe mild
er climate we enjoy.
Section masters Byrd and Watts. re
spectively of the C. & G. and C. N. & L
roads, were working yesterday morn
ing on parallel sections opposite cact
other, putting their roads, as they rui
westward and northward from New
berry, in splendid condition. Trhe wall
by the railroads from Newberry t<
Helena and Jalapa will be both pleasan
Both the method and results wher
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasan1
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
etern effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitua
constipation. Syrup of Figs is th<
only remedy of its kind ever pro
tduced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt i
r its action and truly beneficial in it
effects, prepared only from the nmos
healthy and agreeable substazces, it
many excellent qualities commend1
to all and have made it the mos
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
Sand $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist wh
may not have- it on hand will pr
cure it promptly for any one wh
wishes to try it. Do not accept an;
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SA N FR A)ICI8C, CA.
O,,,V,,,E. KY __ r_ vE oRK. IV..
February 25th, 1S!2 by Rev. J. K.
Etird. Mr.1 Bankston L. Harmon and
Miss -Nora C. Mayer.
-Mrs. Susan F. Wilson.wi.e of Mr. H.
Carter Wilson, died on Thursday, 110th
instant, aged about 54 years.
In the death of Mr. Wni. Zobel, oni
Thursday, the 10th instant, Helena
loses an old and respected citizen
perhaps the oldest of t he pioneers of
the place. Mr. Zobel was born in the
kindon of Wurtembeig, in the year
1S::(. Hi: father was a p-eceptor in one
of the higher schools an.l gave his son
a liberal education. When about .
vears old he bade adieu to the Father
land and came to Ane-ica. Remain
iug a year or two at the North he final
ly reached Newberry in 1S:>7,when the
Helena workshops-established 1>1
were in their paimy days. He was an
artilicer in fine wood-word, and a mal
of great energy and tirele-s activity.
His wonderful accuracy and rapidity
as an accountant, together with his
integrity and kindly, genial manner,
commended him to the management
of the G. & C. R. R., and he was made
bookkeper. For a long period he filled
four otfices at the same time with per
fect satisfaction to all. ie was book
keeper, postmaster, telegraph operator
and express a.en;. Sutlering a serious
injury to his foot he finally sought and
obtained employment as clerk in the
county treasurer's office where he was
engaged for about ten years, and until
a stroke of paralysis caused his retire
ient. There was an interval of sever..
years between the stroke:-, the fatal one
attacking him a little over a week
Mr. Zobel was married in 1S58, and
eight children were born to him, six of
whom survive-three sons and three
daugbters-together with his widow.
In his long illness he was kindly
nursed and waited upon by his devoted
family and brethren of Pulaski Lodge
He was buried in the family burial
grouod in the yillage. The funeral
service of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church was touchingly performed by
Dr. G. V. Holland and Rev. WV. C.
Schaeffer-with appropriate and symn
pathetic remarks by the latter, in the
village church, and the remains very
tenderly consigned to the dust by the
fraternity of Odd Fellows, in their
beautiful rite for the dead. surrounded
by a large number -f friends who were
present to pay the-r last tribute of re
spect to the departed, and theirsympa
thy for the living. He wa3 a member
of the Lutheran Church devoted to
his family and ever sympathetic and
hospitable, and thus he passed from
death unto life in the (jd year of his
WHEREAS, It hath rlease the Al
mighty Father of the Universe to re
move from our midst our beloved
Brother, Win. Zobel, who has been a
member of Pulaski Lodge No. 20,
1. 0. C. F., in good standing for more
than 29 years, during which time
he held many positions of honor and
trust. He was fearless :.n advocating
justice and right, and ever devoted to
the interezt of our order. In private
life he was a consistent Christian; as a
citizen, he was highly esteemed and
respected; as a husband and father, he
was kind and affectionate; and, as an
oddfellow, none more beloved by his
brothers; therefore, be it
Recsotrcd, By Pulaski Lodge, No. 20,
I. 0. 0. F., that we deeply deplore his
death, and condole with his relatives
and friends in their bereL.vement. Be it
I?cso/redi, That, as a fitting tribute to
his memory, the charter of this Lodge
be draped with the ustual badge of
mourning for the space of thirty days,
and that thea resolutions be spread
upon the records of this Lodge. Be it
.Tcolced, That these resolutions be
printed and a copy be for warded, under
the seal of the Lodge, to) his bereaved
"Rest, rest in peac2e, beloved friend,
Sleep on till Time itself shall end."
- Oro KME'ITNER,
F. W. l;R 't .oN,
Around the World in ig~hty Days.
Did Jules Verne ever think that his
imaginary Phileas Fcgg would be
eclipsed by an Amer.can girl, who
once made the circuit in less than
seventy-three days ?~ But Phileas had
to take "second money.' The fame of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has gone around the world long ago,
and left its record ev-ay where as a
precious boon to every nation. In the
whlole world of medicine, nothing
equas it for the cure of scrofula of the
lungs (which is Consum ption). Coughs
and bronchial troubies saiccumb to tbis
remedy, and the blood is puritied by it,
until all unsightly ski'a blotches are
driven awvay. Don't be skeptical, as
this medicine is guaranteed to every
purchaser. You only pay for the good
I. W. HARPER'S
A CENTLEMAN'S WHISKEY.
A WHISKEY FOR THE SID-'BOARD.
A WH!SKEY ROR THE SICK ROOM.
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
at EDDY BROS.
P. P. P. is the greatest blood pur ie.r
of the age, the best of humor remedies,
cures every dlisease and humbor of the
skin, scalp and blood, whlethe-r itching,
burning, sealy pimniples, sercbo!a or
hereditary, wvhen all other remedies
gIUrowni Dick Smoki nz Tobac
('o tan ets. per poundim, at
It. "- B. JoNS
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she wa.s a Chill she cried for Castoria.
when she b.'ca.ne izs:.. she clung to C.astor ia.
When she had Children, she gal e the:n Castoria.
Goo'l looks are ire than skin de,ep. 'hi
pen !ing upoi n lwhalthy con:lit ion of all tiin
vital orgahns. It the Liver :se inactive. you
hav ainli on, Look. if your steinach li -
orderel you have a a Dvspeplie Look nodl if
yor Khinieys be atree.~l(teiu have a l'inchedt
Ltok. ecure nd hailh a:il youv will have
-orilo k 2 eetric Inites- i' the great
Eltraitive atndll Toe Aets direetly on thl'~ee
vital or..anS. Cures. Piaple-. iotche -. ntoil4
anel givrs a :r'od comipl-X on. ,ool at
l,lbert-oni & Giblers. D)ru,tor'. .,ue. per
ROBERTSON'S COEP. COUGH
A certain cure for Co.ighs, Colds,
Astma, Croup and other diseases of
te Throat and Lungs. Only 25 cts.
a bottle. Manu'actute. and for sale
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
We are now opening u
:onsisting of Dry Goods. C
aishings, Hats and Shoes,
nyt:ing we have ever sh(
We have spared no pz
stock. We know that thes(
Bought at Rockb
These goods we are goin
SELL AT A SHOI
;han goods have ever befc
market. Call and examinE
you wish to purchase or
Yours to pleas
MINTER & JI
The Leaders of
We have move<
wood store here,
pose to clean of
stock at prices
times. NO GOOIs JlRCI
We propose to sli
at UN-HEARD I
THE Cash is wh
The "New beri
BRING ON YOT
BRING DN Y0hll
TO BE RE
I}Jiava EmplloUjBI a8S
FOR THIS BRAN~CH 4
I HAVE A NI
SILVER AND PL
Do You Want Any Ti
Don't Take Up You
--IN R UNNINC AROLiN
When Il Come Do
I MEAN Bi
DURING THIS SALE
BRYANT & STRAT
BOOKKEEWNG SHOTHAD. ELEGAPH. &. U
p our Spring Stock,
lothing 'ents' Fur
which will surpass
ins in selecting this
re been sold in this
3 this stock, whether
not. , No trouble to
I our 'Green
and we pro
Lt the whole
to suit the
MO TO INY ONE NOW.
.,t we want.
ry Clo thiers."
I JEWELRY !
)F MY BUSINESS.
mrg in This Line,
r Valuable Time
D, BUJT CALL ON
[ COST !
wn to~ the Cost
r Knows that
ALL GOODS CO