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LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
There is one olliice in town that p esi
tively forbids the diseui ion, of po1iic?'.
Tae notice is posted in a co:nsicu+t1us
p ace, so that all who enter ,rvny b;
warned. It is not a bad idea.
ciack in Washintont.
WASHINGTON, March 2.-tepre
sentative George Johnstone reurted
to Wasbington expecting to part icit, '
in the silver fight set for to-m,ort .
The sudden collapse of the free si l v.-r
ites was quite a surprise t.> Mlr. .ilhn
atone.-Special to News and Courier.
Shoes Shoes, Shoes.
Zi"ler's well known shoes. J. Faust
&-Son's Shoes. Al solid as a silver dol
larat >"VERS. if
W. T. Tarrant Htt -:, his Spring
Millinery Departwr on Tuesday,
April 4th, consisting . all the latest
styles and novelties. Ns< Wright of
Baltimore, assisted by Miss Natbalie
Mazyck, will have cb ge of this de
Mr. Jas. R. David-) :as been ap
pointed assistant postnu-t" r n place ofI
Mr. Thos. E. Summer. :- _ tld.
The name of the postifitm has been
changed from Newberry C. I. to New.
The changes go into efeet A ;: a 1st.
Smith & Wearn are closing out their
stock at a discount. There is nol hum
bug about it. Read their advertise
Lenten Servic rt4i"Z
Will begin in the Lutheran church
next Sunday morning by the pastor,
.Rev. W. U. Schaeffer. The services
will be continued every afternoon until
Easter, beginning promptly at 4 o'clock
and closing at 4 45. The public is in
vited to attend.
Picture Frames, Albums and Easels.
Just received another fine ass rtment
of Picture Franies at Salters' Phote
M. L Kinard, the Columbia Ulothier.
We direct special attention to the
card of this well known Columbia
Clothing Store. On this occasion Mr.
Kinard invites attention to his large
and superb stock of Spring Cinthing,
Hats and Laundered and Unlaundered
Shirts. These goods are of superior
quality and finish, and very reasonable
in price. His stock is complete iu every
department and worthy of inspection.
Fresh Cream Cheese at
T. Q. BoozER's.
Crossing on Caldwell Street.
The railroad crossing on Caldwell
street was torn up when the C., N. &
L. road was built into town some two
years ago, and it basnever been fixed.
it would cost but little and should be
attended to. Pedestrians have to take
the public road when they reach this
point in order to cross. The council
should get after the railroad authorities
and have this matter attended to with
out further delay.4
The Newberry Builing and Investment.]
* Is prepared to buy aH kinds of county
claims, real estate in country or town,
~". and make loans in any amrount, at all
i son good security, For terms see
the &eretary and Treasurer. Install
ments due the last of each month.
R. H. WEXRN,
Treas. N. B. & I. Co.
New berry, S. C.
If you are not satisfied that Smith(
& Wearn are selling cheap for cash,
call on them and you will be con
vinced. If you want good goods cheap,
now is the time. tf.
' yu'..Ja4na.t.eranLlLOnna Asso.ciation.
The members of the New b&rry Build
ing and Loan Association are hereby
notified that the T9th assessment will
be due and must he paid Tuesday,
-April 5. 1892, and that the Board
of Directors will meet in the Council
Chambers on Thursday, April 7th,
1892, at 8 o'clock p. mn., to sell the
money on hand. I
Any one wiahing to borrow money
from the association can leave his at
plication with the secretary at the Na
tional Bank of Newberry.
J1. W. M. Snoto:ss,
Yellow Pine Lumber in carload lots
For sale by RoBT. T. CADw EL L,
The Stallion Wagener, Jr., will stand
the ensuing season at the following
places to vit: Wmn. Smith's, On Tues
days; Prosperity, oni rTursdays; Newv
berry C. H., on Saturdays: proprietor's
stables, on Mondays. TERMS: $10 to
Post Office address, Newb'erry, S. C.
March, 1892. M. M1. Br FoR D.
Mrs. Annie Gideon and her little
daughters Eunice and Pearl, of Spatr
tanburg County, accom paniiiedl by Mliss
Parthenia Scott, are visiting Mr. ML J.
Mr. J. P. Polaty, of the up country,
has moved into tbe Sheppard cot tage.
Maynard are both ill::the lat ter serious
The beautiful weather should take
every one out for an airing.
"The years glide by: stand strong and
The good thou cans't. 0, quickly do!
Let gentle words soothbe woe and pain;
We shall not pass this way again."
Maj. and Mrs. S. Kirk Taylor, of
the town of Lau renls will celebrate the
fiftieth anniversary of their miarriage,
golden wedding, on the 2Sth of April.
Maj. Taylor was once a citizen of this
city, and is fatvorably remembered by
many of our citizens. Mrs. Taylor was
a great favorite in her young days with
the people of Newber -y. She was from
what is now known as Towvnship No.
V. a daughter of Esquire Jacob Bates.
Their many friends will rejoice to know
that they are yet in t'e enjoyment of
good health and a vigorus old age.
STATE OF OiiiO, (Ou' of TloLEI)o,
Lurcas Corrrv. Is
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & C'o., doing business in the
City of Toledo, (counity and State afore
said, and that said im will pay the
sum of ONE HUND)RED DOLLARS
for each anid every ease of (Cata rrh that
cannot be cured by tile use of Hall's
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before moeand subscribed in
my presence, t his (;tlx day of D)ecember,
A. D. 1s5;.
sE L ; A. WV. L E ASON.
Hall's Ca: arra h 'iuren is taken intecr
nably andL ao' dirtiy onil t he lood an
mucnous surf'aces- of Ihe sy,te:n. Send1(
for testimo'nials. f1re.I
Syphilis, Rheumatism, OldI Sores and
Ulcers. Scrofula and( Catarrb are exact
lv the diseases that are cured by t hat
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There will be plenty of fruit.
Have you registered'? No register,
If you want to vote at the prirnary
you had better register.
Thursday is the last day for register
ing for the municipal election.
Mr. Benj. Halfacre s announced as a
caudiiatc for Sheriff this week.
Mr. Frank E. Maybin for Auditor.
Read the announcement elsewhere in
An Easter egg hunt will be giver at,
the Lutheran parsonage on Easter
Monday, at 4 p. im.
Mr. Frank Baxter has moved into
i he old Foot brick building across the
railroad near Mr. W. T. Jackson's.
The school at Gallman Academy will
close with this week. Mrs. Mattie W.
1tvid, the teacher, has given entire sat
Mr. W. F. Ewart is having a very
neat and tast ful residence erected on
Johcnstonestreet. vir. C. C. Davis has
The fellow that spoke about the
pretty girls of Tranwood and Jalapa
sticks to it. He says that three of the
loveliest girls in the county ah there!
Mr. A. J. G.bson, of New berry, and
not Mr. W. H. Hunt, jr., as published,
was a member of the committee on
nominations in the Peace and Unity
The town council has deprived the
ditor of this paper of what little ben
efit he derived from the kerosene lamp.
rs it because we want better lights-or
is it to demonstrate the brilliancy of
the present lights by the contrast? It
s terrible to be put in such utter dark
The Supreme Court has sustained
the verdicts of t he Circuit Court in the,
ases of Me- s. W. M. Sherard and F.
A. Spellman against the Richmond
ind Danville Railroad. These gentle
men, it will be remembered, were put
>ft the train while on their way home
7rom Newberry, and in a suit for dam
iges the jury gave Mr. Sherard a ver
iict for $933 and Mr. Spellman $600,
ron which the Railroad Company ap
ealed to the Supreme Court. Mr. G.
E. Prince repersented the Plaintiffs in
he suit.-Anderson Intelligencer.
While you are out shopping,
drop in at "The Cen
tral" Drug Store and
LADIES. look around. They
keep a great many
things for household
?urposes: a variety of Toilet
roods: a nice line of Perfumes.
Pry an ounce of their "English
Lilac." Go and look at their new
;tore, whether you buy or not.
Stop and try a "Sabaroso"
' . Cigar. It is having
E NTLE- a large sale. They
MEN. carry a large line of
Pipes and Tobacco:
an please any one in style and
Don't bu3 Easter Dyes until
you see their assort
BOYS mnent. Look out for
AN their ad. next week. In
GIRLS. a few weeks they wil1
have the latest Novelty
ut. Every child and many grown
>ersons will want one. Watch
~or their ad. To be had only at
Col. T. W. Holloway was in town
Mrs. Mary A. Evans has returned
rm Charlotte, N. C.
C'ol. L. WV. Simkins, of Laureus, was
~vith us last week attending court.
Col. I. G. McKissick, of Union, is in
ttendance upon Court this week.
Judge J. Fuller Lyon was in the city
lhursday attending the Probate Court.
Messrs. Henry Hunter and Will
diller have returned from their trip
Miss Effie Jenkins left on Monday
or a visit to relatives in Camp Hill,
Our very amirable ex-citizen, Col.
hos. S. Moorman, was in th~e cit last
veek on legal business.
Col. R. C. Gilliam, of Green wood, was
n the city lust week looking after busi
1ess in the Probate Court.
Editor Alvin McLenna of the John
~ton Monitor gave us a brief but pleas
nt call one day last week.
Rev. Dr. Kubns and Mrs. Kubns
vill leave Newberry to-morrow for
harieston to spend several days, when
~bey will go by steamer to Florida.
?bey will return to their home at Omna
aa by way of Savannah and Augusta.
L'ey have er<joyed very much their
visit of a mouth in Newberry. Dr.
Kuhnus preached to a very large c:ongrc
;ation Sauday night and made a fare
well talk to the ladies on Monday after
200U in the Lutheran church.
Base Balls, Bats, Caps, Belts: Tops,
Marbles; Fish Hooks, Lines; Ham
nocks, Croquet Sets-in great variety.
;m. - EDDy BRos.
Rtedistricting the County.
The County Board of Examiners
having called a meeting of the Schooi
Trustees of the county for March 2G, to
-osider the question of redistricting
the county, twelve or fifteen trustees
answered the call. Many were pre
vented from coming by the heavy
rains of the night before. Col. T. WX.
Holloway was chosen chairman c,f the
meeting, and T. W. Keitt sec;etary.
School Commissioner Kibler stated
that the County Board of Examiners
had called the trustees togethe:: to cou
sider the redistricting of the county.
The trustees were called upon to give
their opin ions as to the best way of
doing the work. Different opinions
were expressed. The conclusion ar
rived at, however, was that the work
should be don:e in such a 'way as not to
nake changes only when necessary.
The County Board will go to work
at an early day, so that the whole
county, or such part f it as they may
think best, may be redistricted before
the schools open next fall.
Highest of all in Leavening Po
THIEVES AT WORK.
J. W. White's Store Robbed-Stealing Brass
Off a Steam Engine.
A "burglar" entered the store of J.
W. White, on Nlain street, last Thurs
day night by breaking through the
large pane of glass in the front door.
The show case was robbed of about
forty watches, six dozen chains, and a
quantity of anuiiunition. The niight
was dark and rainy, and just suited for
No attempt was made to get into the
safe in which was kept the valuable
watches. The burglar was not skilled
in the art. He must also be a native
and acquainted with the town, for on
Saturday morning Mr. White found a
small flour sack upon the hack poreh
of his residence in "Brooklyn," with
thirty-eight of tbe watches and nearly
all the missing chains in it, where it
had been put on Friday ni,_ht.
Four watchs and several ehains are
till missing. Mr. White estimates his
loss at :5. No clue to the burglar.
A BRAZEN THEFT.
When Shockley Bros. opened their
shop for work on Monday moring
they found that all the brass work on
their stationary engine, which stands
in the yard, had been taken oft. The
valves were all gone and even the
steam whistle was missing.
They went to Mr. J. W. White's
store to inquire if he had been offered
any brass. Two negro boys had just
left the store. They had offered a lot
of battered brass there for sale, and Mr.
White had concluded to give theni fif
teen cents for the lot. When the nearo
boys saw the Shockley Bros. coming
up the street they skipped.
The brass work on the engine cannot
be put back for less than, $50. The en
ine was almost a new one.
There were four negro boys concerned
in the theft. They dismantled the
mngine on Sunday and battered the
brass to make it look worn.
Their parents have offered to make
;ood the loss.
Frick Company's celebrated Eclipse
Engines, Saw Mills, Cotton Gins, Sep
trators, etc., for sale by Geo. B. Ander
ion, of Lauren's, S. C., agent for New
)erry, Edgefield. and Laurens Couu
Write for prices and terms. tf
The Town Primary.
The primary election for the nomi
iation for Mayor and Aldermen will
>e held next Tuesday. There will be
full vote if the registration list is
orth anything to judge by. Up to
esterday afternoon there were f5
Up to this time the following sign!
led their willingness to serve the town
ither as Mayor or Alderman, by
>igning the pledge to abide the result.
For Mayor: L. W. C. Blalock, E. C.
Fones and G. .. Langford.
For Aldermen: Ward 1-Proctor
'odd, J. W. Taylor, James M. Kibler.
ard 2-D. B. Wheeler, J. B. Suber.
Nard 3-C. E. Summer. Ward 4
)tto Klettner, Jno. C. Goggans.
Every one who has tried the "Tar
eel Cheese" recommend it as being
he finest cheese ever brought to the
ity. Leave your order for some, at
The spring is here and so is the In
talment man with Furniture, Baby
a -iages, Trunks, etc., which are of
~ered on small monthly or weekly pay
uents. Stoneware and flour pots also
) hand. Cash not refused.
R. C. WILLoAMS,
The Installment Man,
f. Main st., Newberry, S. C.
The World's Fair Exhibit.
The ladies of New berry interested in
be South Carolina exhibit at the
World's Fair, held a meeting in the
Newberry Hotel parlors on Monday
fternoon and organized by electing
:he following officers: Mrs. 0. L.
Schumpert, President; Mrs. G. WV. Hol
and, 1st Vice-President; Mrs. L. WV.
Floyd, 2nd Vice-President; Mrs. W.
E. Hunt, jr., Recording Secretary;
Miss Tilla Boozer, Corresponding Sec
retary; Mrs. Y. J. Pope, Treasurer.
A meeting will be held Thursday at
130 p. mn. Various committeees will
be appointed and other business tranis
cted. All the ladies who are willing
to aid the movement in any way are
urged to be present.
something .A.bout Beans.
What kind of Beans do you plant"
This is a practical question, for it is
Bean tin'e." We offer at Pelhamo's
he following novelties and standard
Landreth's First in the Market!
Landreth's Pink-Eye Wax !
Landreth's Scarlet !
Landreth's Saddle-Back WVax !
Paris Canner Bean !
Yosemite Wax !
Best of All!
White Valentine !
Large Lima !
Bush Lima !
Crease Back,. or Fat Horse!
Red-Speckled Corn Field !
Other kinds. For sale at Pelhuam .
School Taxes 1S$9-'90.
For the fiscal year I889-'90, the ap
proximate amount of taxes paidl for the
different races for school purposes, w~as
Two mill tax....SSO(approximate.)
Special............ 2504 "
Poll............... 106 "
Two mill tax...... 300(approximate'.)
Special ........ 5
Poll .............. 1(30
Call on Snth & WVearn wvhile you
can get choice goods. They are sell
ing them cheap for the cash. D)is
count on all cash purebcases 15 to 253
per cent. t f.
And Dried Beef at McIntosh's.
ROBERTSON'S COMP. COUGH
A certain cure for Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Cr.aup and other diseases of
te Throat and Lungs. Only 25 cts.
a bottle. Manufactured and for sale
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
ver.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
The Court of Ueneral Sessions did
very little after our report of last week
Richard and Josh D)avenport were
convicted of larceny and sentenced to
one year each in the penitentiary. A
miotiontl was mltate for a new trial,
which was refuseul, and an appeal was
taken to the -uprene Court. The de
fendants were represented by M. A.
Carlisle andi L. W. Jones.
Will Douglas, who was convicted of
assault and battery with intent to kill,
was Se!tenced to pay a line of $5) or
serve ' months inl the penitentiary.
Carrie Morris, for whomt a sealed sel
teuce had been awaiting since the iast
term, was present and the sentence
published. It was four mtontts in the
penitentiary or pay a fine of $3-~. She
was taken to the peutitntiary on M3n
'Ihe three murlyder Cas, were all con
The Connon Pleas (ourt was col
vened of Monday. Tliriy-our jurors
were present :and Jury No. I was or
ganized with L. \V. C. Blalock as fore
man, and No. 2 with W. '. Counts
foreman. No cases were tried on Mon
day. On Tue.day the court was en
gaged in an old :s"e: E. '. Chalmers,
adn'r, vs. Ora L. Irby. There is not
much jury business real for this
We are offering Zeigler'sShnues. right
from the factory-at very rea olable
prices. Collme and see them at
B3rowvn Dik niokilng 1)ac
Co at*) ets. per poundt, at
lt. S. - JoN-:s.
Death of Mr. W. 5. 1togers.
Seldom has the death of a compara
tive stranger been so universally de
plored as was that of the deceased, who c
came last year fromi L,aurenls to make
his home in Newberry as agent at the
C. & G. R. R. depot. His admirable
qualities of heart and head, and his
aflable manners, soon won him many
After a brief illness firl congestion
of the brain, he died the night of Tues
day the 22d in-tant, surrounded by t
dear ones and loving friends, and his
relains were conveyed the next day to t
his father's home -at Ninety-Six for
burial. He was in the 25th year of his c
age and left a wife and an infant. Mrs. r
Rogers and her little babe left New
berry last Friday for the home of her s
father, Capt. D. J. (irifith, at Lewie
dale, Lexington County, bearing with i
her the sympathy of sorrowing hearts.
A correspondent of the News and t
ourier says that he was buried in the l
Presbyterian cemetery at 3 o'clock last c
Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Mr. Brab- r
bam conducting the funeral service, y
and that all the stores were closed, the
itizens attending the funeral to show
Lheir respect for the departed.
The County Democratic Executive e
,omtmtittee will meet here this morn
The election for Mayor will be held
>n the 5th April. Second primary, if
aecessary, on the Sth.
The Democratic clubs are to meet for
reorganization on the second Saturday t
9th (ay) of April.
The County Convention will meet
)n the first Monday (2nd day) of May. b
Thre State Convention will be held
n the third Wednesday (1Sth day) of
Then after the Supervisor of Regms- e
ration is appointed and the Mayor is
?lected and the delegates are sent from
the May State Convention to the June
National Nominating Convention, will
ome the spring and summer picnics
nd August barbecues and primaries, r
and the nomination of county officers
and election of delegr.tes and the Sep- a
tember conventions and peace, peace,
we hope, so that every body may enjoy
thanksgiving day, the State Fair and
Christmwas and go to the World's Fair.
Buist's Prize Medal Gar
Ask for them and take none
other. The most essential
thing for a good garden is
good seed. BUIST'S fils the
bill. Avoid all those seed
sold on oommission. 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 Con federate (U ni ted) Veterans'
annuat reunion will be held in New
Orleans. commencing April 8. For
those from thlis State who wish to at
tend, Assistant Genleral Passenger
Agent W. A. Turk has issued the fol
"For above occasion the Richmond 1
and Dan:ville Railroad will sell round 1
trip) tickets to New Orleans and return<
at rate of one first class fare for the
round trip. Tickets on sale April 6,
7 and 8, good rctur..inlg until April 12,
TIhe Southern B!aptist convention
will be held in Atlanta on May 6-13
iext. For Ihlisoccaioniii the Richmnond
ad Danville will sell reduced rate
round trip tickets to A tlanta and re
turn at the rate oif one first class fare
for the rounld trip). Tickets will be on
sale May ;-0 inlclusive, good returning
uintil May 17th, 1892.
at S. B. JONES.
Sad Death of a Young Man.
A\ Reeder WXhtiire, son of N. P.
Wh itmlire. died yesterdlay after'oon at
iis father's hlo'Imicnar' thle caiimpus oif
FuranI University, aifter a short ill
ness. Young WVhitmiire was attacked
with erysipelas about ten days ago. It
caused blood poisontinlg. His (deathi is
a sad one, and his afficted parents will
have thle heart felt symipathy of tile
comuitv. Befor' lie was taken ill
he was the pictture of health. He was
a stdenCtt inl FurmIanl UnIiversity and a
m eber 0f FurmIan's foot ball team.
In all athletic sport, he was a leader.
He was aout 11 years old and is
mnlayl anld waxrm-hiearted dispo~sition
and close application 141 his studies wvou
ii the friendship of every fellow stu
dcnt amil( the love all4l esteeml of the
faclt v.-G eenville News, 24th.
Use the three Spirittine Remedies
Nature's own rededies. A jiure extract
of the ce-dar andi pine tree. Tiestimnoniails
will conilirmI the astoishinii. results
oitaineid in eases oif LaG rippie and
Influenza. Try~ it r.nd be~ conine of!C&0
is merits. Mannt factuored on ly by Spirit
tine (Chemical (o., Wihnxington, N. C.
Sod by D)r. WX. E. 1'elhiaml.
.S.ckien's Arm~.ca Salve.
The' Hit Salve in t lie world for 4 'ts.. Sores,
umtlsc. Ulcer'. ':atltiheum. F"eve'r Sorles, Tel
er. chapped Hands. Clii' >lains, Corns and
all Skin Er'uptions, and positively eures
Piles or no pay required. It 49 guaranteed to
r neigh tior's,lAfacuion. or1 mloney refunded
doea od >2ox. For sale b>y Robert
L ev. Mlr. Kuhns at the Lutheran Church.
The Lord's Day evening, last past,
was most gracious in its serenity and
oveliness, and Luther Chapel was
illed by a congregation from every
luarter of the community and suburb
&n parts; the occasion being the service
,y Mr. Kuhus. prior to his departure.
Tfhe reverend gentleman took his
ext-a sermon within itself-from the
ieroic words of the grand old prophet
feremiah, recorded in the lath verse of
he (;t h chapter.
We cannot reproduce the discourse,
for even present a satisfying epitome
>f this excellent seriou in its connect
d presentation. One of the prominent
houghts of the theme was the urgent
iecessity, on the part of unbelievers,
or a confession of sin, with godly sor
ow and contrition for the same, a de
)arture therefrom and an instant re
urn to "the good old ways," wherein
vould be found the well of salvation, a
rue centre of rest, and a life of fruitful
tctivities. The mere name upon the
:hurch registry, and confirming hands
ipon the head of the candidate for
-hurch membership will not alone
lied the perfume of divine grace upon
,he heart and the life. Religion is nota
nere medicament to lull the soul into
sense of restful security. It is a practi
:al manifestation of daily growth in
piritual life. Faith will enripen the
ruits and develop the beautiful works
)f this daily life.
Mr. Kuhns urged that repentanoe
hould be of that kind .needing not
Lgain to be repented of; that an open
onfession, a public profession of faith
n the Lord Jesus Christ, and "justifica
ion, by faith" in Him, would lead
o the peaceable fruits of the spirit; that
t is essential for man to have a knowl
dge of the fact that he is a sinner, in
>rder to have a just conception and a
rue repentance-to know that "man is
sinner with a soul to save, and that
ie has a Saviour who can save that
oul." That all the blessed promises and
ssurances of the Bible are for the true
.ud earnest believer who will diligent
y seek and "ask for the old paths,
vhere is the good way, and walk there
He told how important it was that
hristians. should stand-as those at
he pass-in this rugged path of duty
eflecting neither to the right nor to
he left, nor go backward, for, in so
oing, all the promises and assurances
f the beautiful life to come, will be an
ulled and abrogated by the one awful
eclaration, that he that believeth not
ball inherit everlas ing death. It were
-ell to remember, urged the speaker,
u this day of change and departure,
lhen science and art and the hand of
be iconoclast and speculation are so
usily submitting many things to the
rucible of change, that Truth is perma
eut, and the eternal verities of God's
rays are changeless forever.
A joint celebration of the two literary
)cieties of Newberry College was held
3 the Opera House last Friday night.
'he inclemency of the weather pre
ented a large attend.nce, but the ex
rcises were very creditable to the boys
nd to the college.
Rest of All.
To cleanse the system in a gentle and
ruly beneficial manner, when the
pringtime conies, use the true and
erfect remedy, Syrup of Figs. One
ottle will answer for all the family
nd costs only 50 cents; the large size
1. Try it and be pleased. Manufac
tred by the California Fig Syrup Co.,
Dots from Whitmires.
School closed last week.
Mr. C. C. Snellgrove is preparing to
This beautiful weather is enjoyable,
fter last week's continued drizzle.
Dr. W. Sheldon is visiting his sister
liss Ella, at Mr. J. W. Scott's.
Work is being rapidly pushed on
r. Chas. Tid marsh's residence.
Mr. Chas. Tidmaarsh is in Newberry
We welcome Mr. McD. Meets in our
own and wish him much success.
Rev. Betts will preach here on Fri
Lay p. mn., April 1st.
Miss Mary Scott was with her sister,
drs. C. H. Shannon, a few days re
We were very sorry Rev. J. W. Mc
slure could not be with us on his reg
ilar appointment yesterday, 11 a. m.
Mrs. Black, of Mountville, and Dr.
im and Mr. Sloan Gibson, of Green
ille were visiting Mr. W. J. Hol
omb's family last week.
Rev. J. W. Blanton preached on the
0th inst., at 11 o'clock a. mn., and 7.30)
>. n. The congregation was much
arger than usual and seemed so eajoy
e good sermons; he will be with us
n Easter and I am sure will interest
nd instruct us very much.
Extra trains will be put on in a few
lays, as this road-G. C. & N.-will
nter Atlanta *ve will have Sunday
nail, but think we could get along
vithout Sunday trains or mail.
Mr. J. S. Spearman has recovered
romi grip and is in his office again.
Gardens, chickens and spring dresses
re the all-absorbing topics with the
adies; those around here are more for
unate in reference to the latter than
heyv vere sorue time back, for they
an~ come to Whitmires to trade, and
an get nice goods too.
Good looks arc more than skin deep. dle
>ening uipon a healthy cond(itioni of all the
~ital organs. Ir the Liver be inactive, youj
ave a Bilious Look, if your stomach be dis
rdereut you have a a Dyspeptic Look and it
~our Kidneys be atrected you have a Pinched
ook. secure good health and you wvill have
ood looks. Electric Bitters is the great
iterative and Tonic scts directly on thest
~ital organs. Cures Pimples. Blotches, Boils
Lf( gives a good complexion. soid at
~obrtson & Giders, Drugstore, 50c. pet
News from silver street.
Small grain is beginning to look fine.
A good many of our citizens attended~
he mass meeting at Newberry.
If our crops are as large as that 01
he candidates we will all be happy al
We learn that thieyoung men's Dem.
eratic club will meet at Trinity, A pril
Ith, in theC afternoon.
Aunt Denisey WVest, who hans beer
uite feeble on occoutnt of her ad yancer
M.C. M. Williams, of Clinton, S. C.
has been on a visit to his mother, Mrs
E. A. Williams.
Mrs. .J. S. Floyd, with Master Dick
has returned to her home in WValhalla.
Dr. A. L. Lougshore has returneti
bome from Baltimore, where he has
been attending medical college.
Messrs. Yancy Floyd and Charle3
Senn cut a tree the other (lay and got
about forty pounids of honey anti sia
The gentleman of No. 6, who foi
some time has been a candidate foi
~overnor, bus withdrawn from the
race, and will now run for trial justice
Mr. A. J. Longshore has had a ver3
evere stroke of paralysis. He can not
peik or use his l''nds. On account o
bis advanced age, it is very doubt ful a!
t his recovery. P.vT.
Fr(<sh Creamm Cheese at
T. Q. BoozE-:R'.
L.a 4rippe A:xaiun.
Duri,.' the e.pidemtic of La Grippe last .M:a
. K'ing'- New Discovery for Con.ump
ion. Coughs and Colls proved to be the bes
r.temedy. Reports from the many who usedl I
E-ofirm this statement. They were not onlh
rinickly re-lievedt. but the disease- left no bar
iter results. We ask you to give this wemed3
trial, and we gn:aranten that yon will be sat
i'.thot with the results, or the purchase prici
will be refunded. It has no equal in La Gripp
or any Throat, Chest or Lamng Trouble.
Trial bottles free at Robertson & Gilder'
JouI\STONE ACADEMY CLUB.
Township No. 1, will meet at John
stoue Academy, Saturday, April 9. at 3
o'clock, for the purpose of reorgani /ing.
Every member is requested to send the
seretarv his name, that a roll of inem
bers may be recorded before meeti"g.
J. P. CooK, Secretary.
M1ULUERRY DEMOCRATIC CLUE,
There will be a meeting of the Mul
berry Democratic Club at the residence
of Thos. W. Keitt, on Saturday, April
9, at 4 p. n. It is desired that every
member attend the meeting.
Jos. L. KEITT, Secretary.
UTOPIA DEMOCRATIC CLUB
Will meet on Saturday, April 9th, at
: p. Im. FRANK MooN,
OLD MEN'S DEMIOCRATIC CLUB OF NO. 6
Will meet at Longshore's store on
Saturday, 9th of April, at : p. m., for
the purpose of reorganization and elect
ing delegates to the County Convention.
The presidents and secretaries cf the
other cl.ubs in No. 6 township are re
quested to meet at Longshore's at; 10 a.
im., the same day for the purpose of
apportioning the delegates to the con
H. D. BOOZER, President.
W. G. PETERSON, Secretary.
A Pleasant Lemon Drink.
For Billiousness, Constipatioa and
I Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sick and Nervous
Headache, take Lemon Elixir.
For Sieeplessness, Nervousness and
Heartfailure, take Lemon Elixir.
For Fevers, Chills and Debility,,, take
Ladies, for natural and thorough or
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir v-ill not
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
Atlanta, Ga., 50c. and $1.00 bottles at
LEMON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarsenesc,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage and all throat aui lung
An elegant and reliable preparation.
2.5 cents at druggists. Prepared only
by Dr. H. Mozeley, Atlanta, Ga.
How I Was Cured of So-Called Cancer.
Dear Sir-This is to certify that I was
a sufferer of a place on my under lip for
fourteen years, and was unde:- treat
ment of different physicians, but they
done me no good. I had lost hope of
being cured by medical treatment. I
then went to a doctor living in 'Florida,
who treated them by trt. After going
to him it got well, apparen:ly, for
awhile, but returned as bad as ever. I
then concluded to try P. P. P. (Prickly
Ash, Poke Root ;and Potassium), and
after taking five bottles (pint size) was
cured. I also find it a good melicine to
give a good appetite, and give proper
Yours, most truly,
L. J. STRICHLAND.
I. W. HARPER'S
ie!soo Co Kv. hiske1
A GENTLEMAN'S WHISKEY.
A WHISKEY FOR THE SIDEEOARD.
A WHISKEY ROR THE SICK ROOM.
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caj;torial.
When she was a child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 3Iiss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave therr. Castoria.
at EDDY BROS.
Mr. Andrew J. Longshore died of
paralysis at his home in Township
No. 6, on Monday, 28th instant, aged
about 75 years. He was a successful
farmer and an influential man in the
community in which he had spent
a long life.
A telegram reeeived from Batesburg
esterday announced the death of Dr.
H. Middleton Folk. He was a brother
of Capt. H. H. Folk, of Beth Eden,
and was about 61 years of age.
Maj. C. B. Buist died suddenly at his
room in the Crotwell hotel on Thurs
day last, aged 07 years. Maj. Banist
came to Newberry during the war,
having lost his leg at Secessionville at
the beginning of the war. For the past
four years he has been Coroner of the
Pos-r OFFICE, NEW3ER RY, S. C.
List of letters unciaimed ant- advertised
to-day, 3March :t, 1892.
A bra us. N. P. Nelson, Lee
Ian :htmoan. Louis Nance, A lie
Greenwood. P'leasar' t Rloberson,. R. B
Haran. s. B. Reeder, 41rs. Carie
Ktes Bettie ILula W son
ersIolscli,ng for the abov e letters will
ph.am sayt' that they' were d e -e
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plea.sant
Iand refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cles.nses the sys
tern effectually, dispels colds. head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kinid ever pro.
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt i
its action and truly beneficial in its
effcts, prepared only from- the mosi
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualitius commend il
to all and have made it the mos1
Srpof Figs is for sale in 50<
and'S1 bottles~by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist wh<
may not have it on hand will pro
Icure it promptly for any one wh<
wishes to try it. .Do not accept an:
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
- SAN FR ANCISCO. CA L,
LOUIS,I,L,W K. __NEW VQRK. N.:
NEW SPRING GOODS
We are now opening up our Spring Stock,
consisting of Dry Goods. Clothing, Gents' Fur
nishings, Hats and Shoes, which will surpass
anything we have ever shown.
We have spared no pains in selecting this
stock. We know that these goods were
Bought at Rockbottom Prices
These goods we are going to
SELL AT A SHORTER PROFIT
than goods have ever before been sold in this
market. Call and examine this stock, whether
you wish to purchase or not. No trouble to
Yours to please,
MINTER & JAMIESON,
The Leaders of Low Prices,
ww nar s.
STOCK of GOODS.!
We have moved our Green
wood store here, and we pro
pose to clean out the whole
stock at. prices to suit the
times. NO GOODS IAIRCEO TO INY ONE NOW,
We propose to slaughter goods
a UNHEARD-OF PRICES.
THE Cash is what we want.
SMITH & WE ARN,
The "Newberry Clothiers."
BRIN ON YOU CLOCKS!
BRING DN Y0hIR JEWELRY !
TO BE REPAIRED
In Workmanlike Manner.
I nave EmIolil a SilllWoiIall
FOR THIS BRANCH OF MY BUSiNESS.
I HAVE A NiCE LINE OF
SiLVER AND PLATED WARE.
Do You Want Any Thing in This Line,
Don't Take Up Your Valuable Time
--IN R UNNINC~ AROUND, BUT CALL ON
JOHIN F. SPEOK,
SELLIN AT COST !
At Unheard-of Prices
When Ij Come [Down to the Cost
Mark Everybody Kno&% that
I MEAN BUSINESS.
DURINC THIS SALE ALL COODs Co
Strictly forthe Cash.
____ 1 W. C. BLALOCK.
BRYANT & STRATTON Business Collegp
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