Newspaper Page Text
LOCAL A1ND SPECIAL.
A 1: C:tton sae.
Mr. .Jas. Bialo"c' (ma viii('It
410 ba!es o: cot"' ,\:r '. . on
rfLaurens. Tho it ) ~.
:a special car f--r t
price paid w:.- ~.
Base Ba11-:.i :lti, C':t-., 1 'ils: I to -
Marbles: Fish (o::s,; h
mocks, Crouet Sts-in Lrea:t v ri ty
:e ra1 up.
Jim Cau na ttledl n IM i
the case :i:tainst him in Trial Justice
Maybin's court for ob truetinr the
public hizhwav. He paid 2)-S1
tine and $10 cost of remniovig the cb
struetion:-t.:eth"r with the cost o
Our Western V:.itor".
Dr. and Mrs. Kuhns. after a very
pleasant stay of four weeks. in which
their many friends had the pleasure (1
greeting them, left last week for a brief
visit to Florida by the way of Ciarles
ton. They will return to Nebraska via
SAvannah and Augusta. They hope t<
Asit Palestine next year. We hope to
meet them again.
The County Aiance.
The Newberry County Farmers' Al
liance met Saturday, April 2nd, in the
Court House. President Sligh was
piesent and presided. Fourteen sub
Alliances were -epresented at the meet
ing. The only business outside of the
regular routine was the election ot a
County Lecturer in place of Dr. S.
Pope, Capt. Jno. F. B.nks who had re
signed. C. F. BorD, Secretary.
Dyes for Easter E;gZ.
A full line of Paas, (erna and
Diamond Easter Egg Dyes for sale at
Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
-0. M. Janieson
On the first of April bought the in
terest of his partner, Capt. J. R. Min
ter, of Sedalia, Union County, and he
tiakes the announcement this week
that his goods and prices will continue
on the same line-the best and the
cheapest in dry goods, gents' furnish
infs and shoes. His spring stock is Low
ready for inspection. .
We are offering Zeigler's Shoes, righ t
from the factory-at very reasonable
prices. Come and see them at
Brovn Dick Smoking Tobac
co at50 ets. per pound, at
it. S. B. JoNES.
The State Wins Coosaw.
As was expected the State has won
the case against the Coosaw Mining
Comn;ty in the Supreme Court of the
United States. The opinion was filed
on Monday. The Hon. Geo. S. Mower,
one of the attorneys for the State, re
ceived a telegram on Monday giving
the result of the opinion. Two of our
lawyers from Newberry had a part in
that case. Attorney-General, now Jus
tice Pope and Hon. Geo. S. Mower.
The Herald and News congratulates
these gentlemen on the victory.
Fresh Cream Cheese at
The Thief Captured.
Last week mention was made of the
breaking into and robbing of the store
of Mr. J. W. White.
Policeman Franklin capt uredl Jake
Brown on Tuesday night and found
upon him seve:al of the watches, and
on Thursday the ammuuition was
In the meantime Brown will remain
in jail until our next term of court,
when he will likely be sent to Colum
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.
The Riebmond ind D)anviiie Com
pany h]as ceasefto operate the Green
ville anid Lomrenis Railroad, as it has
been turroen o;er to the GSeorgia Cen
Theinap and passenger train between
Npdoerry and Greenville wa discon
,-inued o~n M1onday. The mixed train
-takes its schedule and will run between
.. Newberry and Laurens, arriving at
Newberry at 12.55 p. m., and leaving
for Laurens at 2.05 p. m.
The skill anid Knowle'dge
Essential to the production of the miost
perfect and popular laxative remedy
known, have enabled the Californit
Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a great succes'
in the reputationu of its remedy, Syrui:
of Figs, as it is cocee to be the urn
versal laxative. For sale by a!! drug.
Yellow ine Lu.mber in ear&ooad lots
Fo~r sale by Rourr. TI. CALI)wFL L,
' Te spring is here and so is the tn
stalnment mian with Furniture, Bab:.
Carriages, Trunks, etc., which are of
fered onl small mnthly or weekly pay
nments. Stoneware and hour pots aist
',n hand. Cash not refused.
R. C. Wttu.AMS,
Thle Inastallmenit :'lan,
f. ' Slin st., Newberry, S. C.
Use the three Spirittiue Ptemedie
Nature's ow n reoiedies. A pure extrac
of thecedar and pine tree. Tlestimnonial:
will confirmi the as:ruishing: result.
obtaineud in cases 01 LaG rippe an<(
Influenza. Try it and be convinced o
its merits. MIanufactured on ly by Spirit
tine Cheinical Co., W\il'ingtou, N. C
S old by Dr. W\. E. P'elham.
Mr. S. 1 Feller's is su terin w~ .ith a:
0old woun atl hiS homite near Prospe1 rity
HeIt is. (quite' il.
Mi.L.3. S'peers was taken il thwhii,
on lhis waiy home fromt church on Sun
da.He was better yestrday' afternoor(3
Rev W. C. Shae:Yer had a severe at
taek~ of rheumnatism on Sundayw namlh
after preachn g. 5-e was imp1rov:ig
'M3r. J.~P. Pool. wh o has been qutt
unwi~ell for some t:ime,. is impr-'vinig. M
is able now to drive around town.
Hon. Juo. WV. Scott has been quiit
sick, but at inst report was5 better.
Bewa~-~re or' Ointnents for Catarra~ th,at con1
as mertcury' will spreiy deCSroy th
sense' of smel:l and co:n ptetely. de:'ang
the wvhole systemn when enteri;i
through the'muceous surfatces. SuCi
articles should never be used except (3
prescriptions fromca reputable p)hysici.at
as the damag~e they will do is ten fo!
to the good you c'an possibly deriv
fromt them. Itall's ( atarrh Cure, mxant
0., contains no me rcuryv. andi is take
internativ,....-:.mt drly :pe-n tih
blooeivd anohertie s f the;y
Fr. n agms at::ltrs'h ut
. gntrph Ga,len-:y. i T!h,O
V .MOCs AN1 ALL A-OT.
. . Riser announcs himnelf as a
can (late for Sheriff.
Jilo . M. Kinard :1nnounces hiriiel:.
1 a." canidate for Clerl of Thart.
The young p had a v.ry
.::.t )ICfni in JoCC-' woorl on. vtrd y.
The: Me (thodist and1 L:utheranI un'day
h- o are e'aebc:i! thl-ir h: Ir
'iin, }?, ;rom; :.:il) p. in., to p m
.:I,nd".ty wa.s a very gu1?i.:-t d::"" in
Ivn, no p)roperty eing oflered for
s ak'. It wotuld ntot h:ave b i.kU0'wn
as sle dy-bythe appearan(t- of thie
he hoar of thei G:ra:ed ,ciol was
icano-et on toinav. The bell rings
at .a Ia . and strikes the hour for
.choo! at 9. heedof ":.a.M o!
*tes half an hour ear!ier.
We hear that one candidate is dis
!rit utii. itne waternelon seed, another
i- thinking of trying his hand withi
9 ong-hanided ijo,urd .seed. It is ntl)
known what wil,nin1g neth:ds the
(ther cand:(iates may yet adopt.
Four fair, rudy strangers ar..ived in
in the city on one and the s:.me day
last week. They are small in stature
and are receiv.mg marked attenti:1.
The impression is, they have come to
stay; at least that is the earnest wish of
The Lenten services at the Lutheran
church -vill not be held this week on
account of the illness of the pastor.
Services next week-Passion Week
and Good Friday at 11 a. m. Coutirma
tion and the Holy Comniu:ion i a
Easter Sunday at 11 a. m.
If von will call at "The Cen
tral" Drug Store, they will show
you Easter Dyes of every descrip
. . . . German .Easter Dyes
. . . .four colors fo. 5 e/s.
Easter Chips-four colors for
5 cents. Easy to dye: bright
colors: very >opular.
. . . . Calico Paper Dyes.
. eiqit sheets for 5 cis:
. . . . prcl/y colors: ch. p.
Diamond Easter Dyes--four
colors for 10 cents.
. Marble Easter D es.
. . . . 5 cents )er boille.
Eyl;s colored wi/t aborcc Diies
by ourselces for sale cheap.
-. Come and select your colors
before they are picked over.
lv W. E. BELCHER' & Co.
Miss Emma Havird is home, having
closed her school at Spring Hill.
District Lecturer Jos. L. Keitt left
on Monday for Anderson to attend the
Alliances in this Dis-rict.
Miss Bessie Jones. who has been on
a visit to MIrs. W. H. Wailace, will re
turn to her home at Ridge Spring to
Mr. B. B. Hunter returned on Sat
1urday from Jacksonville, Fia., where
Ihe has been doing some fine marble
Mr. and MIrs. J. R. Erwin returned
Ito their home in Spartanburg last week,
after a pleasabit visit to the family of
Dr. 1 A. Renwick and other friends.
Rev. E. P. McClintock and Mr. Go
S. Mower will leave to-day for Bartow,
FIa., to attend the meeting of tie See
ond Presbytery of the A. R. Presbyte
rian Church. Mrs. McClintock and
Mrs. Mower will go with them. They
will spena about three weeks in Vis
iting other places in Florida.
Smith & Wearn are closing out their
stock at a discount. There is no hum
bug about it. Read their advertise
The Newvberry Womnan's World's Fair Club
Held its first regular meeting at the
Newberry Hotel last Thursday at 4 ;(0
Thie following committees were ap
pointed by the president.
IEntertainment-Mrs. Huut, chair
mIan; Mrs. Epting, Mrs. Ei.'iand, Mrs.
Simmons, Mrs. Y. J. Pope, Mrs. Floyd,
Miss Blease, 31iss Lois Faint, Miss Julia
Calder, Miss Nina Bynum, Mis Grace
Jones, Miss Mallie Wheeler.
Refreshment-Mrs. Pi fer, chairman;
Mrs. T. C. Pool, Mrs. Gilder, Mrs. S. P.
Boozer, Mrs. E. M. Ev ans, irs. J. A.
B!anton, Mrs. Fox, Miss Janie Mtartin,
Miss Nannie Mayes, Miss Mamie WVil
son, Mrs. Fred.~A. Sch'umpert, Mrs.
Floriculture--Mrs. S. P. Boozer,chair
man: Mrs. Schaeffer, Mrs. E. M. Ev
ans, Miss Eoline Merchant, Miss Kate
Ruthberford, Miss Tilla Boozer.
Househlold Department-Mrs. Sim
monis, chairman: Mrs. Gilder, Mrs.
Colonial Dispay--Mrs. Y. P. Pope,
chairman: Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Pool.
Educational-Mrs. S. B. Boozer,
chairman; Miss Wheeler, Miss Bax
The Committees on Art and Faney
Work will be appointed later.
Thie next meeting of the Club will be
hleld Oil Thbursday, A pril 7, at 4.I p. m,.
at the New berry Hotel.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.
Z/igler's well known Shoes. J1. Faust
I& Son's5 Shoes. A ll solicd as a silver (d01
.ir. Mtaalm Davis met with a sei rs
mi ifortu ne oil last Saturday by ieing
thrown from a wV(aon One of his hands
Iwas badly lacerated -one bone dis!o
catedl and two others broken. Dr. It. P.
Cirk, who is in attendance. says the
injured muan is threatened with lock
j-t from the torn tendons.
We have the promise of an abundant
fruit crop. Some2 oIt the tree~s are over
J. Isate ('ampbell andI (Clrencee Mat
thews left home~ 0n the 24th tilt, to
seek fame anId fortune a.broatd. They
hav been heard froml in the be.iutiful
and prosperous city of - heville N. C.
They reached there int company with
'who hlad gone :o) lookb after his business
The farmaers have about finilshed
plnn th ei~ ' r~ c o -:all brei to
Mr. J.J Reede has rcotvered iS
titne hore George.
Dr. Folk's sumneIP residenlce 1slo
coat of nai nt. Mirs. Folk wili be here
ont the 2 ;th1 ir~stan t to take cihargZe of
her aittractive home. J1. B3. C.
t)i : F tiF\1).S T:iE ENEMY.
.t, tti(:r; or !1ie "(-o r,d 'le m U a , cf
Te tal for The Jirld .::i Ne.
The "If;rit l;publican Party"
:envnti at 1a 1.1et in ( lettnieF s Iail
anii w as t;ated 1'o or.der by R(',(y K.
I-In. He (i1 r 1qu "te A. "P..l(:,n it)
open the" iueting with prIver.
The tira u.-n wa:s to r.ii>e fundli(
to pV the rent of the il.
The chairmaii exp:ain(d the (l'e.
of the meeting.
On iotion of J. S. Danie;, DenIiN
Moats was chosen temporary chair
man and ). G. C. W:illiais secretary.
Oi motion of S. H. Chappell, tihe
te'mpori(rary orgnilization was m p'r
1i11 (ICl t.
'Townsiiips w iere ten eallel upon to
ha:nd na:us of dlegates to the secre
To,''snship] No_1- .]tMon, Den
ins Monts, L. H. Gre .en, Jackson Kib
]er, Peter Simonins, EdmiOnld Cannon.
J. S. Russell, Theodore Mitchell, J. S.
1):iiei, S. H. C.appeli, Wade Perry,
Frank Wright, Joseph Bates, Sila:
Sm1:ith, Wi. W.itkins. Henry King,
;eorge Galiman, T. E. Summer, Rob
ert Williams, Augtistus Strother.
ow'nship NO. '--Asa Longshort,
W. F. Spearman, John Jackson, P.
Township No. S.-). G. Williams, S.
i. Harp, Wm. Dawkins, Clayton
Moon, N. D. Gilliamn. Samuel l)own
ing, P. H. Higgins. Wesley \W iiiamns,
D. C. Caldwell.
Township No. 9.-A. N. Lyles. .1. D.
Maffett, John Baston, Geo. Lewis, Y.
B. Bridges, Lewis Moore, H. J. Harris,
B. S. Johnston, Amos P. Jones.
Township No. 1O.-W. L. Counts,
Drury Maflett, Lang Gray, Geo. Bow
.T. S. Daniel moved that R. K. Moon
address the convention on polities
while the secretary was making out
the roll. Prof. Moon spoke of the cor
ruption of the old Republican party
that the party had been butchered for
fifteen years by the former debauched
Asa Longshore being called upon ad
dressed the convention. He said they
were hunting a man that would be true
to his color. (Received with applause.)
On motion of S. H. Chappell, the
chair appointed S. H. Chappell, A. P.
Jones, Sol. Harp, A. N. Lyles and L.
H. Green a committee on rules and
regulations. The reporter failed to get
a copy of this report.
The convention then proceeded to
elect four delegates and f-:ur alternates
to the State Convention to be held in
Columbia. R. K. Moon, A. P. Jones,
D. G. C. Williams and W. L. Counts
were elected. Alternates-J. S. Daniel,
A. N. Lyles, Lang Gray and Frank
The delegates to the State Conven
tion were instructed to act as delegates
to the Congressional Convention.
R. K. Moon offered the following
WHEREAS, The Republican party of
this county has been unorganized and
misled for a number of years, and only
thought of every two or four years,
when the fraudulent, illiterate, and
pretended leaders would call a conven
tion for the purpose of going into a
mercantile business on the party, and
Whereas, A larne majority of Repub
lican voters of this county have become
careless in regard to registration and
elections on account of this debauched
state of affairs and mass of corruption,
covered up and carried on by these
so-called leaders who have perpetrated
so many wrongs on the party, and
Whereas, We deem it a moral wrong
and political burglary to the county,
State and republic for these unscrupu
lous mien to still pursue the course that
has led the party to disgrace, shame,
andl almost ruin.
Ec.solccd 1. That we, in convention
asembled, as Republicans on princi
ples, who desire to see the party cared
for, no longer suff'er our people to be
misled by this class of self-seekers who
have plainly shawn that they care
nothing for the strengthening ouf the
party or the elevation of the sons who
compose it in the South.
2. That we ask the co-operation of
all good thinking men, who believe
that our movement is for the up-build
ing of the party in the State of South
Carolina and for tihe betterment of the
people, to help us in our eflorts to or
ganize the party in this county, and to
set up before the people more intelli
gent leaders, leaders who believe that
republicanism is right.
3. That we denounce no colored mn
for afliiating with the Democratic
party, and that we respect him the
same as though lie believed in Repub
lican principles- "A man's a man for
a' that." We therefore believe that a
man oughtto give his allegiance to any
party, without fear, that he believes is
4. That the precinct chairmen of ti
several precincts organize as many
clubs in their respective precincts as
they think is best suited to the con
venience of the legal voters of their
precincts, and that they urge all legal
voters to unite with them.
. That the county chairman appoint
a committee on registration in each
precinct to urge the necessity and im
portance of getting their registration
G. That we heartily endorse the ad
ministration of President Harrison as
patriotic, conservative and wise.
S. H. Chappell advocated the resolu
tios5 in a good conservative speech.
Sol. Harp andl L. HI. Green also spoke
on the resolutions. All seemed t.o think
that former county leaders had de
bauched and broken down the party.
J. S. Daniei n.cved that the papers
of this county and the leading p)apers
of the State be regnested to publbsh
these proceedings. The State w:as es
The convenItionI thou adJ urned04.
3Euist's Prize MedalGar
Ask for them and take none
other. Theo most essential
thing iir a good garden is
goo seed. BUIST'S flIls the
sld on- ccmmission. Th are
no good. as they are generally
too old. So dont forg?et. when
you are ready to garden. to
stop at ROBERTSON & GIL
DEIS Drug Store and buay
B-U-I-S-T-'S Garden Soeds.
E r on wh has tried the "'Tar
leei hees"& recomn;d it h cin
the ilust cheese ever' broughtl to th
ei:. Laveyour or.de~r for some, at
2r-aty 1.S.' V Rep-rt.'
Thri., A1ldtermen Nom:inat'd-No x:om: iu:v
t ion in Wtar'! :-Kibler and Toti.1
to :bun Ov'r.
L. W. C. Blaiek is the: iext 'i:v
of Ne'wberry. The Iots yesterda\
- him1 a rmao1 ity of t 'ln v')t'" IiVI
dhat we have e1n iJS a h .
Theeampi:n thrim icit was fr:er:t
1}v, and the~bl tA offel existed
among all the eandlidnates.
T''he new rman or is yolnll;, prog: ("s"
sire and enterpri;ing, and The Heral
and News Ielieves wil give the town :I
goo ad and econor il government, and
at the sule timelc' use gi, inlentce to
romnote its material de"elopmet.
"'he aldermnen for w;rd , :1 andll
are also nomiinated.
In ward I the"re will b,w a t l mndl rave
fora. M. Kibler . I
and Proctor Todd.
1The seonid elrec:ion1 w ill bec held oil
T I'he following t:ble give' the vote ml
L. W . C. .ialueck........................ 1ti
E . C . .Jones .........................----... It
G e o . A . L a n g f o r d . l = o a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5i s
B, ia h t' il:j rit y.1(1.
Alder dn.-Ward 1.
Jas. 3\ . K ibler ............................. 179
J no. W . Taylor ......................... 92
P roctor Todd .............................. !1!)
T o tal .................................... ::i1
Necessary to ehl ice, I1SG.
J. B. Sumer.......................... :1
D . . W heeler...................-----..... 231
T otal ................. ............------ ;12
Wheeler's majority, 4n).
. . u r. . .............. . ... . u
siWa rd 4.
J no. C. ( i og;ga s .............. ............ 1 82
0 . K le:ttn1er................................. 186
T otal ..................................... :(;S
iettner's majority, 4.
Mirs. MI. J. Scott, Dress Maker, up
stairs, over lrz. T. F. Tarrant's Mili
nery Store, Mai iStreet, Newberry,
Something About Beans.
What kind of Beans do you plant?
This is a practical question, for it is
"Bean tine." We ofTer at Pelham's
the following novelties and standard
Landreth's First in the Market
Landreth's Pink-Eye Wax
Landreth's Scarlet !
Landreth's Saddle-Back Wax
Paris Canner i-an
Yosemite Wax !
Best of All !
Large Lima !
Bush Lima !
Crease Back, or Fat Horse!
Red-Speckled Corn Field !
Other kinds. For sale at Pelhami's.
The school Teachecrs.
The annual examination of teachers
for the public schools in the county
was held in the office of the School
Comnmissioner last week. There were.
fifteen white teachers and thirteen
colored teachers exam ined. Fourteen
of the white teachers were given first
gradle certificates and one second.
Of the colored teachers one received
first, two third grade certificates, and
There were fifty qjuestionis in all.
The questions do not seemi to have
been difficult. We print herewith the
questions in arithmetic and grammar:
I. Into how many parts is Grammar
usually divided? Name them, and de
2. Of wvhich part of Grammar, would
false pronunciation be a violation?
:;. What is a limiting adjective now
clled? State the ways, in which the
meaning of a noun may be modified,
an d give exam ples.
4. What is meant by a verbal noun?
-and write four examples.
.5. Wha.t is inflection, and which of
the parts onf speech are susceptible of it?
6. What is the dlifference between a
phrase and a clause? Give examples
7. What is the differ.-nce bietween
the logical and the grammatical predi
S. Are the following sentences cor
rect or incorrect? "T1hey, who come
unto me, I will, in no wise, cast out."
"Neither the scholars, nor their teacher
9. Analyze andI parse, "Every why,
has its wherefore."
10. What is the 3d person plural,
past perfect tense, potential mood, pass
ive, of the verb '"to teach?"'
1. D)efine A'rithnmetic-an abstract
numbler, a concrete number. a prm
number, in d ratio.
2. What is the difference between the
simple and the local value of the Digits?
:When arc numbers said to be
pri me to each other?
4. Divide 2 of I1)V by of 1i and ex
press quotilent decimially. 'z.1-)b
5. Divide (:84 x .19:12.7 - 4-5,b
(4.S1-j of 1,(;02).
t;. Find the sum of 1. i. l, and 8-9.
I7. 'When is~ one number said to bc
the multiple of another? D)eflne comn
mon multiple and least conmmon mul
tiple. G;ive example.
reduction ascendin.g amnd reduction deC
9. What will be the cost of carpeting
a room :m feet, :8 inches long, and 2
feet wide, with carpet cloth of a yard
wide, (-' $1.08 per yard?
10i. If a not e is given on ihe 1st ai
June. for :$1,671 .01, what anmount will
be due on, the 1st of tIhe. following~
A pril-intere4t being &a 7.1 per cent?
(all on1 Smfi1th &S Wearn while youj
can get choice goods. Thxey are sell
ing thern cheap for the cash. D)is*
count on all ca-dh purchases 15 to 2
per ceen t. tf.
The wo;men pri . 1P. P., for S(ero)f
ula, G9eneral Weaaness and Nervous
neCss, Indigest ion, :thumnatismi, and
Female Com plaints. TIry the great and
powerful P. P. P., and then recommnen!.
itvo your neighbors, and you will know
yo-hv done agood deed.
Thle meica fraternity, biacked up by~i
carefully compiled statistice, is almost
a unit in declaring that a moderate usez
of timulan ts con'uces to long life. Ii
's also ad m'ittedl t hat an old whiske.y is
hv~ faer the* best stimnulant that ean be
u~sed. Leading" phyiians recommaendi
the I. W. H-arp'r Wh~ iskey, hecause it
is pure, posse-ed of a. -upetror flavor
ami bouuuet. and"i is not ofFered for saie
uni it i411 olpad thorou;;hly matured.
j at E DDY BROS
JnsToN;: .X.e.'E.MY CLCU.
Townshi No 1,will rleet at .John:
(ne A cadem1iy, Saturday, April 9, at
eloek, for the purpose of reorganizing
very mn rmbtr is retquested to send th
.-tretar his ramnie. that a roll of men
b-- a:y be rroord'"d before mieeting.
.. P. Coo:':. Secretary.
'Tliere will be a meeting of the Mui
i'rrv Denocratic Club at the residene(
of Thos. W. Keitt, on Saturday, Apri
at 4 p. n. It is desired that ever'
member attend the meeting.
.les. I. KEITr, Secretary.
I'ToI)PIA Dm(1oCRATIC CLUB
Will meet on S aturday, Ap ri th, a'
.;~1. p. m.FK MIOON,
OLD MI-N'D I(OCRATIC CLUB OF NO. I
Will meet at Longshore's store on
Saturday, 91h of April, at 3 p. m., foi
the purpose of reorganization and elect
ing delegates to the County Convention.
The presidents and secretaries of the
other clubs in No. 1 township are re
quested to meet at Longshore's at 10 a.
rn., the same day. for the purpose 0i
apportioning the delegates to the con
H. D. BoozI,R, President.
W. (. P.:TEIsON, Secretary.
The Factory Democratic Club will
meet in Klettner's hall Saturday,
April 9th, at S o'clock p. n. All of the
members are requested to be present,
as this is a very important meeting.
J. C. Ciwsn'Y, President.
J. E. \oN, Secretary.
CONS;.: IvATIVE I)E.fOCRATIC CLC "1 OF
Pursuant to the order of County
Democratic I.ecutive Committee o
Newberry County, the Conservative
Democratic club of Jalapa is hereby
called to meet at .Jalapa on the second
Saturday, (9th day) of April, at 2
o'clock p. M., for the purpose of reor
ganizing said club and electing dele
gates to the county convention, and
for transacting any other business.
All members are urged to be present,
also those wishing to join said club are
respectfully invited to meet with us.
J. W. D. JoHNsoN, President.
W. E. MERCHANT, Secretary.
JALAPA DEMOCRATIC CLUB
Will meet on Saturday, April 0th,
1S92, at 3 o'clock p. In., for the purpose
of reorganization and the eltetion of
delegates to the county convention.
It is earnestly desired that every mem
ber attend the meeting promptly Sat
urday in the afternoon at 3 p. in. Mem
bers that cannot attend the meeting
will please send the secretary their
names so that a full roll may be made
outon the day of meeting.
G. W. L. SPEARMAN, President.
J. B. CAMPBELL, Secretary.
TIIE MOLLOIION DEM1OCRATIC CLUB
Of No. 5 Township, will meet at Mt.
Tabor church on the 9th day of April,
1892, at 2 p. m.
JNO. W. SCOTT, President.
GALLNIAN DEMOCRATIC CLUH
Will meet at Gallman Academy on
Saturday, April 9, at 10 a. m.
J. L. FELLERS, President.
MT. BETHEL DEMOCRATIC CLUB
Will meet at Mt. Bethel School
House, Saturday, 9th inst., at 2 p. m.,
for reorganization. A full attendance
is desired. A. -1. GIBSON,
TE CARoLINA DEIOCRATIC CLUB
Will meet in Council Chambers on
Seturday 9th inst., at 8:30 p. m. for the
pu-;,ose of reorganization. A full at
te.idance is earnestly desired.
By order Executive Committee.
L. W. JONES, Secretary.
HELENA DEMO0CRATIC CLUB
Will meet at Helena on Saturday,
9th instant, at 8 p. mn., for the purpose
ARTIIUR KIULER, President.
YOUNCG MIEN'S DEMfOCRATIC CLUB
Will meet in the Armory at S
p. mn., Saturday, for the purpose of reor
By order Executive Committee.
W. W. HODCGES, President.
A Pleasant Lemon Drink
For Billiousness, Constipation and
Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sick and -Nervous
Headache, take Lemon Elixir.
For Sleeplessness, Nervousness and
Heartrailure, take Lemon Elixir.
For Fevers, Chills and Debility. take
Ladies, for natural and thorough or
anic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
I)Dr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir will not
fail you in any of the above named dis
eases, all of which arise from a torpid
or diseased liver, stomach, kidneys of
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozeley
A tlanta, Ga., 50c. andl $1.01) bottles at
LEMON HOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneurnonia,
Hemorrhage and all throat and lung
An elegant and reliable preparation.
:3 cents at druggists. Prepared only
by Dr. H. Mozeley, Atlanta, Ga.
Syphilis, RTheumatism, Old Sores and
Ucers, Scrofula and Catarrh are exact'
ly the diseases that are cured by that
powerful medcie, P. P.:P
Good looks are more than skin deep. dC
pening upon a hiealthy condition of all thc
vital organs. It the Liver be inactive, you
have aL Bilious Look, if your stomach be dis
ordered vou have a a Dyspeptic Look andi
your Kidneys be atrected you have a Pinchet
Look. secure goodl health anid vou will hav4
good looks. Electric Bitters is the greal
ltratve.and( Tonic acts directly on thes<
vital organs. Cur'es rimples, Blotches, Boil
andt gives a goodl comnplex,on. Soid a,
nobersoni & Gilders, lDruptore. .50c. pel
IAnd Di)'ed Beef at McIntosh's.
ROBERTSON'S COMP. COUGH
A certain cure for Coughs, Colds
Asthma, Croup and other diseases 0:
the Throat and Lungs. Only 25 cts
a bottle. Manufactured and for salt
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
I ~ Early Rose.,
at S.. ~JONES.
Buckler:3 Arrma "'v..
i e -.s '-alve in thie v'orldl for Cus Sores
Brui.e. Ieers.Salt 1.uenm. 'ert:r S-o'reTt:
" r (1h:pnetd }ian,ds. (lhi )lbains, rns amc
Pies o' no m.y r-qui r, -d. It is 'uarant ee'd ti
,, we perfec't -ai 'l' i. or' :uneIy re.fUude'
I>rie -5ce'p bo. I-" r '4e by Robert.
K.n l7r Km:.Nw Discovefry fo r Conisumph
Ti. C,u.l:h1' an C l- provedi to be the bhos
r'nfedv. lhirtr frem i he many' who used l
conirni t his staitemecnt. They were not onil'
qy:lekl re.'i'tieve"d. but the. d!isease left no bac
atter' re'sults. We~ a,,.i you to give this remed3
a trial, and we gularanctee that you will he sat
.i.t with the resmuits, or the purchase pric<
will he retunded. It has no equal in La Gripp<
or any Throat, Chnest or Lung Trouble.
Trial bottles free at Robertson & Giler':
A Cheery Owtd.
:th the springing uijp of the new
crop of Onios comies the festive spring
poet, and while the greet, grass is grow
ing greener and the blue jay i- looking
for the best grape vine near which to
locate, our bard conies to the rescue in
the following 'owed.'' It was inspired
by the editor's chair, "the old, old arm
ebair," the once aristocratic but now
comninon, democratic chair, with one
- leg gone and the other tb.ree in a rick
ety condition, and the balance disti
ured but still in the "ring":
There is no soundness anywbur,
The whole round world is rotten;
I picked up this here durned old cheer;
It wus not fit to sot on.
One leg was owt and broke at that,
And then it had but three sir;
I trved to sot and most fell flat
Tfe boys all laffed at ne sir.
\W ho,e cheer is thi6? The Editur'.;
The one who prints the Newses.
I hope he'll git some better cheers
Before I git some brewtes.
Let all the boys throw in a dime
And buy the boss sum new cheers;
For if wun brakes sum o?her time,
IFe shure will have too few cheers.
The riting this here pore old owed
Has almost mayed me .ry sir:
I ketehed this nielancolic mowed
Fromt Mr. L uther Riser".
St. Luke's Dots.
Mr. Wi. ). Boozer is erectiug a new
St. Luke's Democratic Club will meet
Saturday, 9th, at 2 p. ni., to reorganize.
It will be necessary for every one that
wishes to become a memter of the club
to be present and sign the club roll in
person. It is hoped there will be a full
Mrs. Emmy Reid, aged 27 years, diet
last Friday. Her remains were buried
at St. Luke's church on Saturday. She
leaves a husband, and a child only a
Rain interfered consicerable with
farm work during March. The -round
is now in good working order, and the
farmers are pushing ahead with their
work. Some are p,lar.ting corn. I think
a i umber of the farmers of this section
will plant less cotton this year than
last. They will "go for something to
eat." LI:AP YEAR.
Death of a Gallant Soldier and Good Citizen
In the death of Mr. Charles B. Bnist,
which occurred on Thursday, the 24th
ultimo, Newberry lost a good and use
ful citizen, and the State a patriotic
He was born in Charleston on the 7th
of February, 1824, and was a member of I
a prominent family. Rev. ArthurBuist,
of the Baptist church at Blackville, this
State, is a surviving brother. Early in
the fifties Mr. Buist was lieutenant of
police on the Charleston force. When
the Kansas trouble sprang up he joined
the pro-slavery party and proceeded to
Kansas. While there two of his young
Comrades,Vanderhorst and Moral,were
lost in a snow-storm while hunting in
the wilds. He went in search of the par
ty and rescued the sufferers in time to
save their lives, though they lost their
lower limbs from being frost-bitten.
As a confederate, he was wounded at
Secessionville while attempting to save
a brother soldier who had fallen and
called to him for help. The wound was
in the ankle and caused the amputa
tion of the leg from the knee. He was
fearless as he was patriotic.
Wflen the wound rendered him un
fit for active service he ca me to New
berry where he resided tc the day of
his death. Mr. Buist engaged in mer
cantile pursuits until a few~ years ago,
wvhen he was elected county coroner,
which office he held at the time of his
Deceased was a member of Aveleigh
Presbyterian church, and his remains
are at rest in Rosemont Cemetery.
Howv I Was Cured of So-Called Cancer.
Dear Sir-This is to certify that I was
a sutlerer of a place on my under lip for
fourteen years, and was tinder treat
ment of different physicians, but they
done me no good. I had lo2st hope of
being cured by medical treatment. I
then went to a doctor living in Florida,
who treated them by art. After going
to him it got well, apparently, for
awhile, but returned as bad as ever. I
then concluded to try P. P. P. (Prickly
Ash, Poke Root :and Potassiun and
after taking five bottles (plot size) was
cured. I also find it a good medicine to
give a good appetite, and give proper
Yours, most truly,
L. J. STRICernAnD.
when Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, she cried fo)r Castoria.
when she b>ecame 31iss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
For sale at $2.00 per thousand by
tf. Shcckley Bros.
Matrch :30, 1892, at the Lutheran
parsonage, by Rev. WV. C. Schaeffer,
Mr. E. L. Hendricks andl Miss Eliza
beth H. Hiarmion-both of New berry
Mirs. Rumley died in Factoryvillec on
Saturday, 2nd instant, age(. 72 years.
Miss Jane Floyd died at the Poor
House on Thursday, March :31st, aged
about .5 years.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels. cleanses the sys
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
,only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly benef cial in its
-effects, prepared only fromL the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities co)mmend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Stu fFigs is for sale in 50c
.and'$1 bottles by all leading drug
-gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not t.ccept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA4.
miLtteSuILLE xv. - NEW I!RK. N.Y.
A JAO MISOME2 . .
THaving bought my partner's interest in th"o business, I wish to
extend to our many friends and patrons my most sincere thanks for
their liberal patron.".ge in the past. In the future, as in the past, I
will do my utmost to merit a continue of your patronage.
MY SPRING STOCK T
My Spring Stock is now open for your inspection.
An Elegant Line of Clothing and Gents' Furnishings.
Y y stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing is far
ahead of anyv stock we have ever shown. I buy my Clothing from
the best manufacturers in the country, thereby getting the latest
novelties and the very perfection of make-up. Be sure to examine
my stock of Clothing and my immense line of Furnishing Goods.
Straw Hats enough to supply the County ! Latest Styles !
SHOES. Tll' SIIOE llO[S OF NEBIRRY! SHOES.
I will continue to make a specialty of Shoos. My stock is now
more complete than ever. Just received a new line of Lilly
Brackett's Hand-Made Shoes-the most comfortable Gents' Shoe
made. A new lot of E. P. Reid's Fine Shoes for Ladies-very
stylish. Examine our 82.00 Kid Button Shoes-the best shoe ever
sold at this price.
When in need of anything in my line do not forget to give me
a call. Respectfully,
0. M. JAMIESON,
Successor to Minter & Jamieson,
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 GOO9 8II1RE TO ANY ONE NOIV,
We propose to slaughter goods
at UNHEARD-OF PRICES.
THE Cash is what we want.
SITH &- WEARN,
The "Newberry Clothiers,"
BRIN ON YOU WACHE I
BRINC ON YOUIR CLOCKS I
BRING GN Y0IIR JEWELRY !
TO BE REPAIRED
In Workmanlike Manner.
[llave EmIoU&jBI a Skilllful WorKman
FOR THIS BRANCH OF MY BUSINESS.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
Do You Want Any Thing in Tis Line,
Don't Take Up Your Valuable Time
JrOHr F. sPEneJ,
At Unheard-of Prices
When I Come Down to the;Cost
Mark Everybody Knows that
I MEAN BUSINESS.
DURINQ THIS SALE ALL GOODS Co
Strict1y forthe Cash.
1, W. C. BLALOCK.