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LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
The tax execu.i-ms have been issu,:i
by County Treasu er is:vd and placed
i-i the hands of S erit' Riser. They
must be col!ecttd, anl ihat very iooa.
Call on Smith &z Wearn while you
e tn get choice goods. They are sel
i jg them chea. for the eas . D;s
t"ount on all casi purchases 15 to 2.~
A mad dug wr.s killed by Mr. Tim
mons on Sunday morning in his yard
on Nance street. The de.g belonged to
Mrs. Driggars, and "lhnwed signs of
hydrophobia for sreveral days before it
Picture Frames, Albums and Easels.
Just received another line assortment
of Picture Franws at Salters' Photo
We are prepared to dye, clean and
repair clothes. Ladies can have their
silks, satins, henriettas, etc., dyed by
us. No use to send off from home.
J. G. GRAY & Co.,
Tailors and Dyers,
in Opposite Herald and News.
Mr. J. J. Lane closed the purchase
last Th ursda.s with Mr. Geo. S. Mower
for the two buildings on Main street
occupied as stores by 0. M. Janieson
and Boozer & Goggans. He gave
$16,000 for the splendid property, and
'now owns the whole block from J. W.
Kibler & Co. to the corner.
BEACHAx's PILLS Cure Sick Headache.
The cold wave which struck New
berry last Sunday did not receive a
warm welcome. The thermometer at
32 brought ice on Sunday morning.
Beans and Irish potatoes were killed
:u some gardens, w hile others escaped
the freeze. Some farmers report the
The spring is here and so is the In
stalliment man w:th Furniture, Baby
Carriages, Trunks, etc., which are of
fered on small monthly or weekly pay
nents. Stoneware and flour pots also
on hand. Cash not refused.
R. C. WILLIAMS,
The Installment Man,
if. Main st., Newberry, S. C.
And Dried Beef at McIntosh's.
A Kind Deed Remembered.
A gentleman in Newberry received
on Monday a check for one hundred
doilars as a token of a kind act done
forty-five years ago. The gentleman
who sent the check was a young man
then, and was taken sick while a visi
tor in Newberry. He was tenderly
nursed by a Newberrian-long since
gone to his reward-who then occupied
a house where the opera house now
stands, and his son who now receives
the token of a generous heart was then
a six-year old. The gentleman lives in
the lower part of the State.
Watermelon Plating. -
Let every one that expects to have a
watermelon patch this year be sure to
plant on Good Friday before sunrise.
Watermelon seed planted before the
sun rises will make two weeks sooner
than those planted after the sun rises
the same day-Good Friday. I know
this from expeieince. And it is one of
the best days to plant bcans, but I do
not know about miaking any sooner by
being planted before sunrise. It may
be same way as the watermelons.
The cold spell has not damaged the
fruit. Irish potato tops were nipped by
Sunday morning's frost. J. B. C.
Jalapa, A pril 11.
The. Skill and Knowledge
Essential to the production of the most
perfect and popular laxative remedy
K known, have enabled the California
Fig Syrup Co. to achieve a great success
in the reputation of its remedy, Syrup
of Figs, as it is conceded to be the umn
versal lax'ativ~e. For sale by all drug
Mrs. M. J. Scott, Dress Maker, up
stairs, over Mrs. T. F. Tarrant's Mill
nery Store, Main Street, Newberry,
MIeteorological Record, March, 1895.
Maximum temperature 72*.
Minimum temperature 23.
Mean temperature 49.8.
Rainfall 49.8 inches.
Rainfall, March, 1892, 14.18 inches.
Deficiency, March, 1892, 9.87 inches.
Rainfall, :3 months, 1892, 20 17 inches.
Rainfall, 3 montt2s, 1891, 26.68 inches.
Deficiency. 1892, .51 inches.
W. G. PETrERSON.
.April 1st. 1892.
A Sad Aceldent to a Deserving Young Man.
JALAPA, April 7.--Mr. MablIon Davis,
a young man who lives with Dr. Clark
and atr.ends to the Doctor's farm, met
with a very painful accident on last
Saturday. H~e was riding in a wagon
and was standing up. The boy who
was driving had the mules 'n a fast
trot. Mr. Davis was not noticing tbe
driver when he made a quick turn, and
it threw him out. He fell with his
whole weight on his left hand, break
ing three of his fingers at the knuckle
joint. Dr. Clark set the fingers at once
.and thought the hand was doing very
well, until Tuesday. when he found the
little finger wa mortifying. He called
in Drs. Gilder and Mayer on Wednes
day. A fter consultation they amputated
the hand and arm between tihe elbow
and shoulders. The doctors think that
there is little chance of his life, as they
fear that blood poison has set in.
Special to News and Courier.
JA LAPA, April 11.-Since Drs. 0. B.
Mayer and Jas. K. Gilder, of New
berry, amputated Mr. Mahlon Davis'
arm he has been doing as well as could
be expected. There are hopes of his
Somnething About Beana.
What kind of Beans do you plant'
This is a practical qJuestion, for it is
"Beau ti'me." We offer at Pelham's
the following novelties and standard
Landreth's First in the Market!
Landreth's Pink-Eye Wax !
Landreth's Saddle-Back Wax!
Paris Canner Beau
Yosemite Wax !
Best of All!
White Valentine !
Red-Speckled V alen tine !
Crease Baek, or Fat Horse !
Red-Speckled Corn Eield !
Other kinds. For sale at Pelham's.
Si .ith & Wearn are closing out their
stock at a discount. There is nio hum
hug aboaut it. R-ead their advertise
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castnria.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The annual report of Town Clerk
Fair is published this week.
Mr. Os. Wells has commenced work
o'thbe vault in the office of the Pro
bs te Judge.
ft is a pity that the April frost can
not kiil tbe opening bud of an early pt
Dr. and Mn,. W. E. Blelcier have
muoved to rwan,s at the residence of
Rev. E. P. MCiizt4+ekon Adli street.
if you would know the origi of the
Bradford watermelon seed, just read
the characters on the obeli-k.
The Newberry Woman's World Fair
Cluh will hold its regular trueeting
Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
Newberr y Hotel.
St reet overseer Jackson hasa force at
work widening Friend street from the
+elpot to Caldwell street. This will
tm:.i:e Oie of the prettiest streets in
Tickett on the Richmond and Dan
ville rtcad from Newberry to the South
ern kap:ist Convention in Atlaita will
be sold front May 3d to the 6th at $t.90
for the round trip-good to return un
til May 17th.
The sheep and goats are having a
lively time in the political pasture by
the Democratic mill pond. Let the
goats frisk and nibble and the sheep
bleat, but let it all be in good-natured
The Newberry Graded School re
ceived last year $350 from the Peabody
fund. This year this fund to all the
schools has been reduced and New
berry will get $300. The treasurer has
already received $200.
Mr. T. E. Summer desires us to state
that his name was placed on the roll
as a member of the reform Republican
party which met here a few days ago
without his knowledge or consent, and
that he w-as not in any sense a member
of that convention. He is a member
of one of the Democratic clubs in town.
If you will call at "The Cen
tral" Drug Store, they will show
you Easter Dyes of every descrip
. . . . German Easter Dyes
. . . . four colors for 5 cfs.
Easter Chips-four colors for
5 cents. Easy to dye: bright
colors: very popular.
. . . . Calico Paper Dyes,
- . . eight sheets for 5 cts:
.--.-.-.-pretty colors: cheap.
Diamond Easter Dyes-four
colors for 10 cents.
. . . . Marble Easter Dyes,
........5 cents per bottle.
Eggs colored with above Dyes
by ourselves for sale cheap.
- Come and select your colors
before they are picked over.
ly W. E. BELCHER & Co.
Miss Lizzie Bates, of Batesburg, S.
C., is visiting Mrs. W. T. Tarrant. t
Col. WV. H. Hunt went over to At
lanta last week on professional business. I
Mrs. Rhoda Watts, of Little Moun- ~
tain, is visiting her sdn Wmn. Watts.
Mrs. W. E. Belcher is on a visit to i
her father Capt. J. F. Webb, in Char
Mrs. S. Kirk Taylor, of Laurens, vis
ited the family of her nephew, Mr. C. a
F. Boyd, last week.
Miss Fannie Dyson, one of Edge- t
field's most amiable and charming ~
yound ladies, is on a visit to Mrs. Mat
tie WV. Reid.
Mr. Eugene Greneker, of the South
Carolina Railway service, has been on
a vhiiLo his mother, Mrs. Corrie Gre
neker, during the past week-.
L EXINGTON, A pril5.--Several board
ing students have recently entered Pal
metto) Collegiate Institute, Mr. G. I
Brady Dominick, of Newberry, being
the most recent.-Special to N ews and
LEXINGTON, April 5.--Lexington c
parts with regret from Dr. Thomas H. f
DLreher, who left last week too locate at
St. Matthew's. For three years after
graduation he was a professor in New
berry College, then be studied medi
cine, and during his residence here he
has won golden opinions for himself.
Special to News and Courier. -
Brown Dick Smoking Tobac .
co at 50 cts. per pound, at
it. S. B. JoNES.
Fresh Cream Cheese at
T. Q. BoozE R's.
Herailigs fromn No. 6. ID
Mr. Wilson G. Abrams, near Smyrna
church, died on the night of the 7th d
instant, and was buried at Smnyrna
church on the 9th. Rev. Daniels con
ducted the funeral services. Mr.
A brams leaves six children. c
One of No. 5's handsome boys willC
be married this week, to one of No. 6's,
prettiest and brightest girls. A long
and happy married life to you, my ~
young friends. ~
Fall oats are good, spring oats are do- C
ing well, wheat in good condition,
corn commig up nicely. Cotton plant
ing .will commence this week. T be
fruit crop promises to be goodi, and the
baby crop splendid. Mr. D. B. Wil
liams is all smiles now. I'ts a boy. It
The political fild is being stirred
now, and we expect a full crop of can
didates. The majority usually getsV
eft, but you know misery loves comn- c
A pril 11, 1892.
Beware of Ointmnentso for Catarrh. that con- C
as mercury will surely destroy thet
sense of smell and com pletely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such c
articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physician,
as the damage they will do is ten fold
to the good you can possibly derive
from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo.a
0., contains no mercury, and is taken ~
internally, acting directly upo~a the
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- t,
tem. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be
sure you get the genuine. It is taken cm
internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
25'Sold by Drnggists, price 7-3c. per
Every onte who has tried the "Tar
heel Cheese" recommend it as being rc
the finest cheese ever brought to the
rity. Leave your order for some, at el
Hlighest of all in Leavening Power.
THE CLUES MEET.
Delegatei Elected to the County Conven
tion-Nothing of Special Intereit.
One Club Pasaa Reso
Raturday was the day for the D,-mo
eratic clubs in the county to lneet for
the purpose of reorganizing and elect
ing delFrates to the County Conven
tion. We give below a partial list o
the delegates elected. It was our pu
pose to get a full !i=t. but in the torn
up conditi in of our, office iseidtt t<
rt moval, we have been unable todo so
No effort has been made to classify del
egates as to Tillman or Sheppard. It
fact it was not an issue in any of tb
The question :t to the time of sign.
ing the club rolls seene'l to be a doubt
ful one in the minds of some. Is it
necessary, under the new rules, that
the roll be signed bef::re the meeting
of the club? Or will a c;ub be entitled
to representation for :inames added after
ToWNP.IIP No. 1.
Old Xen's Club.-Derncratic Club
No. 1, known as the "Old Men's Club,''
met in the Court House Saturday,
April 9. Dr. James Mcintosh was
called to the chair and J. F. Glenn was
appointed secretary. The following
were elected permnanet olticers of the
club: Dr. James McIntosh, pre-sideut,
W. T. Tarrant and ). B. W heeler,
vice-presidents, and W. Y. Fair, secre
tary. J. F. J. Caldwell, R. L. Mc
Caughrin and J. S. Reid were chosen
the executive committee. Del-zatts
to the County Convention, J. F. J.
Caldwell, J. W. Gary, Dr. James Mel n
tosh and S. P. Boozer. Alternates, It.
L. McCaughrin and W. T. Tarrant.
Nember of County Executive Commit
tee, J. F. J. Caldwell.
Young Men's Club.-Tbe following
ficers were elected: President, John
3. Carwile; vice-president, John C.
Goggans; secretary and treasurer, M. L.
Spearman. Executive committee, Jno.
L. Wilson, Jas. K. P. Goggans, E.
D. Jones, F. B. Mcintosh, G. S. No
land, E. Cabaniss, Z. F. Wright. Del
?gates to the County Convention, Jno.
D. Wilson, J. A. Burton, O. L. Schumn
pert. Alternates, J. Y. Culbreath, J.
W. Tribble, G. S. Noland, M. J. Scott,
B. E. Julian. Representative County
Executive Committee, Jas. H. McIn
:osh. M. L. SPEARMAN,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Hartford Democratic Club.-The
Elartford Democratic club met at Hart
ord schoolhouse Saturday April 9th,
with 28 members. The following ofll
:ers were elected: C. T. Paysinger,
)resident; F. L. Paysinger, vice-presi
lent; J. M. Kinard, secretary. G. B.
5ummer, P. M. Hawkins and W. L.
3oozer were appointed executive cow
nittee. C. T. Paysinger was elected a
lelegate to the County Convention.
V. L. Boozer was elected alternate.
C. T. PAYSINGER, Pres.
J. M. KINARD, Secretary.
Carolina Club.-Officers: Alan John
tone, president; W. E. Pelham and
xeo. S. Mower, vice presidents; L. W.
ones, secretary; L. W. C. Blalock,
Executive Committee: C. J. Purcell,
). M. Ward, J. M. Johnstooe, L.W. C.
3lalock and E. H. A ull.
Delegates to County Convention: G.
3. Cromer, W. H. Hunt, Jr., D. M.
Vard, Geo. W. Summer, E. M. Evans
,nd E. H. Aull.
Member County Executive Commit
ee: W. H. Hunt, Jr.
Factory Club.-Officers: J. E. Crosby,
resident; F. H. Kempson, secretary.
Delegates: Cole. L. Blease, Jas. B.
enn, Geo. L. Davis, F. C. Gradick
ad A. H. Dickert. Alternates: Jno.
V. Earheardt, Dr. S. Pope.
Member Executive Comm nittee: Har
y H. Dlease.
The delegation was empowered to
ppoint alternates, but as two are
amed we presume one or the other of
bese will serve if there is a vacancy,
'be club was addressed by Cole L.
Llease and Dr. S. Pope.
Johinst one Academy.-S. P. Crotwell,
Delegates: L. M. Fellers and S. P.
Member Executive Committee: S. P.
Pine Grove.-Delegat e: H . H . Fol k.
Member Executive Committee: H.
TowNSHIP No. 4.
Xt. Tabor Club.-The following ofli
ers and delegates were elected: Of
cers: Jas. S. McCarley, president;
homas Harmon, vice president; John
'. Duncan, secretary and treasurer.
Delegates to County Convention: .J.
. McCarley, S. P. McCracken, John
V. Scott and John T. Duncan.
Member Executive Cornmnittee-Jno.
Club KNo. 2.-R. C. Carlisle, presiden t.
Delegates: T. D. Ramage, R. C. Car
sle and WVm. Caldwell.
Name of member of Executive Corn
iit tee not learned.
TOWNSHIP NO. 5.
Jalapa Democratic Club wvas :eorgan
:ed at Jalapa last Saturday with 47
iembers enrolled. The following
rere elected officers of the club to serve
uring the term of two years: WVm. F.
Vright, president; John H. Crisp, vice
resident; J. B. Campbell, secretary.
C. WV. Buford recommended by the
tub to serve on the County Executive
The following were elected delegates
the County Convention to Ineet May
ad: Capt. Thompson Con nor, WVm. C.
ligh. Alternates, J. B. Campbell, Dr.
Adjourded subject to call of the Presi
WMr. F. WVRIGnT, President.
Jxo. B. CA MPBELL, Secretary.
C'onser-vative Democratic Club of Ja
pa met and reorganized.
E. P. Chalmers was elected president
r the next two years; Jas. B. Reagin,
ice-president, and WV. Ernest Mer
bant, secretary and treasurer.
After requiring each person to sign
e club roll as a member, the club
ected the following committees:
On Registration: WV. H. Eddy, J. C.
ary and S. B. Aull.
Executive committee: W. C. Swit
mburg, J. D. Smith and .J. W. D).
Delegate to County Convention: J.
.Gary, who was empowered to ap
int an alternate provided he could
T. H. Chalmers was elected member
the County Executive C( muLittee.
Having noother bus'ness, the club
Ijourned to, meet on the 28d, this
onth, at .3 o'cloeA, p. m.
EZcsolved, That the proceedings of
lis meeting be furnished to both
>unty papers for publication.
E. P. CHALMERS, President.
WV. ERNEST MERCHANT', Secretary.
TOWNSHIP NO. (;.
Old Xfcn's Club.-T he Old Men's
emnocratic Club of No. U TownshipI
et at Longshore's Store, April 9th in
ant. 45 names were regularly eu
'The following names of officers were
eeted to serve for the next t wo years:!
esident, Henry D. Boozer; vice presi-J
-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
denti, John I. Spearman; secretary ald
treasurer, Warren G. Peterson.
Delegates to the County Convention,
ienry .D. Doozer :,ni Warren G. Pe
tcr,on. Alternate, E. H. Longshorc
anpi Jord:an R. Grce:.
:le"lber of ti:. .i.nty Executive
Comilittee. \Iarti l. Gary.
":ub E:XCCutiv_c ('41uIl'-tee, Hien1,
i. i-ze r, i :gen e H. Lo,gshore aili
Sruoi: t. Wilson; Committte on re;i:
tr:!tion, W :rr:' U. Peterson o1mnas
. \.:latt :nd .1. Torn w ell i;oozer.
Tf de!,ates were uniiitr Ucte<l.
djouie l to n:-t it lon;sbtr/",
ft. 1). iit (,zEn. P. I r elent.
W. (G. 'ETE?I"FN. Secret:iry.
Delegate: Jio. W. M?fcKittriik.
Member 1:xulc.tiv.'- ".; ;i::ee: P. C.
The Trini,y C" li . lted 0. 1'. _ixort,
president; J. I. lcnirix, vice 1-rt
dent; J. Y. F;oyd. secretaiy: D. B. Wii
W;e did not learn the tl ttes.
Tows.aP No.7. -
Club o. 2.-The D%erutri tc ('lu
No. :, of No. 7 Township, net at
\aughauville 90b inst:mit; 43 rieibers
were enroliled. After reorgamzaon,
I he" foin'1 +l;lrs werl"etir e s, to
P. I. Koon, pre"sidetit C:ipt. J. (t.
Jenkins, vice pre-nieit; Dr. A. A. M\ad
den, secretary and treasirer; ("tIIIIt
tee oi registratioln. B. \. G") witt, M.
J. Lougshore and H. M. Boozer.
Delegates to Coun ty Conventio:, P.
H. Koon and _M. J. Long-bore.
The following resoiutio ns were
adopted by the club:
Whereas. B. I. Tillinau being our
choice for Govei nor.
Resolved, 1. That we endorse B. I.
Tillman for Governor, and that we will
do all in our power to secure his nomi
nation for re-election.
2. That we endorse the presrlrt State
ticket for re-elec ion.
:. That we endor,-e it"r. .J. A. Sligh
for the Senate frorn this county, and
urge that his nane be :tanouneed at
4. That we will not support any can
didate who took any part in the Has
kell ticket or tried to defeat B. R. Till
man in the last election.
P. H. Koon, President.
A. A. Madden, See. and Treas.
To\NS I' NO. 8.
Utopia Democratic Club.- Utopia
Democratic Club of No. S Township,
met persuant to call, and organized
with 53 members on the roll. About
20 or 2.5 members absent.
Elected oificers: F. Moon, president;
J. R. Perdew, vice president; J. W.
| Reagin, secretary; B. T. Paysinger,
Delegates to County Convention, B.
I T. Paysinger and Dr. W. E. Lake. Al
| ternates, J. R. Perdew and F. Moon.
Recommended for executive comlmit
teeman, J. R. Perdew.
Politics of the township unchanged,
same as two years ago.
J. W. REAGIN, Secretary.
11"arclouse Club.-The Warehouse
Democratic club met at the Alliance
warehouse on Saturday with Maj. G.
G. Dewalt, in the chair. The club rolls
presented showed 104 members. The
meeting was entirely quiet and orderly.
G. G. DeWalt was re-elected presi
dent. F. V. Capers vice-president and
J. L. Wise Secretary. The organiza
tion being perfected an election for
delegates to the county convention was
This resulted in the choice of J. Pat
Bowerr, John B. Fellers, Frank V.
Capers, and J. Loss. Wise.
' TOWNSIIP NO. 9.
The St. Lukes Democratic Club was
reorganized last Saturday, 9th instant.
The following officers were elected:
president, J. S. Nichols; 1st vice presi
dent, S. B. Hawkins; 2nd vice presi
dent, J. M. Taylor; recording secretary,
A. E. P. Bedenbaugh; treasurer, J. B.
J. S. Hair, J. B. Fellers and J. M.
Taylor constitute the Executive Comn
The committee on registration con
sists of A. E. P. Bedenbaugh, L. C.
Boozer and R. L. Harmon.
J. S. Nichols, J. S. Hair and J. B.
Fellers were elected delegates to attend
Codnty Convention to be held at New
berry, May 2nd.
A. E. P. Bedenbaugh was chosen to
represent the club on the County Dem
eratic Executive Conmmittee.
Mt. Pilgrim Denmocratic C'lub elected
two delegates to the County Conven
tion-A. H. Miller and Fed Stockmnan.
Mt. Tabor Club.--Otlicers: .Jno. N.
Feagle, president; J. W. P. Harmnau,
vice president; (G. A. Mills, secretary;
A. N. Boland, treasurer.
Delegates: J. A. Sligh, .Jno. N. Fea
gle. Alternates: J. I. Whee.ler and G4.
Member County E~xecumtivye Commit
tee: J. A. Sligh.
TOWNsHIP No. 10.
Jolly ?Street Club.-D)elegat es: G. Mel
yin Singley, S. J. Kinard.
Gallmacn Academy.-D el egates : J.
Lawson Fellers, Thos. J. Wilson.
TOwNSIP NO. 11.
St Phillip's Democratic Club.--Dem
ocratic Club No.. 3, Township 11 met at
schoolhouse near St. Phillips church
on the 9th instant, pursuant to call of
Chairman of County Ex'ecutive Com
rnittee, for the purpose of reorganiza
tion. On motion of Jno. F. Ba:.ks, F.
E. Maybin was nomuinatedl and elected
temrporary chairman, and on motion
of D. A. Ruff, .Jo. 1". Banks was
elected secretary, and the organization
The presidetrt st at ed the object of tihe
meeting, and the club proceeded to the
election of delegates, which resulted in
the election of Jno. F. Banks and Perry
Haltacre delegates, and M[elvin Wicker
an<l Baxter Kinard alternates.
There being no further business be
fore the club it adjourned subject to the
call of the president.
F. E. MIAYP.IN, President.
JohN F. BANKS, Secretary.
The Stallion Wagener, Jr., will stand
[he ensuing season at the following
rlaces to wit: Wmn. Smith's, on Tue's
days; Prosperity, on Thursdays; New
berry C. H., on Saturdaye; proprietor's
stables. on MIondays. TE:ms: $10) to
Post Omere address, Newberry, S. C'.
:.iarch, 18li2. 3t. 31. BuPontn.
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to. 'riL an we g,'tarantee that you will be sat
W'ied w ithte m einh -. .r ibe p'itreha:is price~
il be ",einde. It h:as no e, :al ini La Grippe '
>r n'y Thrami:. Che-st or L;nmg Trouble.
.Tr"I bottle free at Rober:son &G Mr
Shoces, Shoes, Shoces.
Ze.der's well known Shoes. J1. Faust
c Son's Shoes. Ali solid as a silver dol
. Y. JOHNSON PARDON:D).
The 'ac'ory Club AbkB It and the Govrnor
The readers of The Heralh and News
w. rememnber that at theu March (1S(91)
to: tm of the c)urt, one 1. Y. Johnson
w rt and sentenced to the
psite:tiary fir two years, the charge
oein; as.ault and battery with intent
to kill-he having cut one J. '. Chal
r si I- in tihe throat.
oo after his convictiou his attor
neys, 1essrs. Blease & Blease, got Up a
petition for his pardon, which, alter
passing through the regular channels,
was refused by the Governor.
The case has taken a new turn. At
the meeting of the Factory Democratic
club on last S=turday night, Mr. J. T.
Setzler introduced a set of preambles
and resolutions setting forth the facts
in the case and asking the Governor to
grant the petition for the pardon of
Johnson. The resolutions were uuan
imuou.-ly acdipted, and Mr. Harry H.
BlWase was outtorized to communicate
the action of the club to Gov. Tillman
in person. Ii= he (lid on Monday.
he returned yesterday, but declined
to say anything about the Johnson
case when questioned by The Herald
and 'News. W e are informed, however,
that Johnson returned home on Mon
nday night, and we presume that the
Governor granted the petition for his
We have no comment to make. We
only state the facts as they have conic
If you are not satisfied that Smith
& \Vearn 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.
Use the three Spirittine Remedies
Nature's own rededies. A pure extract
of the cedar and pine tree. Testimonials
will confirm the astonishing results
obtained in cases of LaGrippe and
Influenza. Try it and be convinced of
its merits. Manufactu red only by Spirit
tine Chemical Co.. Wilmington, N. C.
Sold by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
Services are teing held in the Luth
etan church this week from 4 to 4.45
p. m. Preaching on Good Friday at
11 a. in. The services on Easter Sun
day will be of a special character. There
will be confirmation end communion
at 11 a. in. and preaching at 8 p. in.
The church will be decorated.
The Newberry Methodist Sunday
school sCil celebrate Children's Day
next Sunday night with apppropriate
Lay reading on Easter-Sunday in
St. Luke's Episcopal church will be
conducted by Capt. N. B. Mazyck. The
church will be decorated. The rector,
Rev. Win. Hanckel,will hold the regu
lar Easter services on the following
There will be religious services at
Colony church on Good Friday at 11
o'clock. After service the Woman's
Home and Foreign Missionary Society
will hold a meeting. Div'.ie service
with communion on Easter Sunday.
Communion services will be held at
St. Luke's church on the fourth Sun
day morning in this month.
The medical fraternity, backed up by
carefully compiled statistics, is almost
a unit in declaring that a moderate use
of stimulants conduces to long life. It
is also admitted that an old whiskey is
by far the best stimulant that can be
used. Leading physicians recommend
the I. W. Harper Whiskey, because it
is pure, possessed of a superior flavor
and bouquet, and is not offered for sale
until it is old and thoroughly matured.
!d by THos. Q. BoozER, New berry,
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cannon have
returned from a visit to relatives in the
Mr. W. S. Scott, of Clinton, is on a
visit to relatives in the village.
The Helena Democratic Club failed
to reorganize. The former members
joined the town clubs in Newberry.
Thieves attempted on Saturday n igh t
to break into the basement of Mr. T. P.
Lane's residence, where a quantity of
meat was stored]. They were prevented
from getting in by the servant, who
heard the n]oise and gave the alarm.
Syphilis, Rheumatism, Old Sores and
Ulcers, Scrofula and Catarrh are exact
ly the diseases that are cured by that
powerful medicine, P. P. P.
Beth Eden Items.
Trhe recent fro~st has injured early
Cotton planting is going on rapidly.
sugar cane is being planted in abun
Mrs. C. C. McWhirter and little
Edgar spent Saturday night and Sab
bath with her sister, Mrs Burton.
Misses lula Jones and Hallie Haw-1
kins spent Saturday and Sabbath in.
town with friends, which they enjoyed
Sunday-school was reorgauizedi at
Beth Eden on the first-Capt. H4. H4.
There will be a comimun ion service
here, on EasteriSunday; Prof. V'oigt is
expected to rpreach.
Our singing class met according to
appointment and the evening was
very pleasantly and profitably spent.
Meeting organized Friday night.
The "grippe" seems to be going th~e
"rounds" in~ this community.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
when she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. L
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
F~or sale at $2.0:) per thousand by
ti Shoekley Bro..
Buist's Prize Medal Gar
Ask 1br them and take non
other. The most essential
thing for ai good garden is
good seed. BUIST'S fills the
bilL. Avoid all those seed i
sold &n oommission. They are
no good, as they are generally
too old. So don't forget. when ~
you are ready to garden, toa
stop at RCBERTSON[ & GIL- c
DER'~S Dirng Store and buy
B-U-I-S-T-'S Garden Seeds. e~
F'riek Company's celebrated Eclipse ei
.Engines, Saw Mdills, Cottona Gins, Sep- I
irators, etc., for sale by Geo. B. Ander~ I
on, if Lauren's, S. C., agent for New- t
i-rry, Edgefield. and Laurens Couu- t
3LEiD POTATOES! g
Early Rosa, c1
(.:LEUitATING THE EVENT.
1':t*an, Inci.ente Iollow'in;; the City
Xour issr.e of last week gave the then
re utts of the mu:icipal election in
this citv, the single -event unsettled by
Tuesday's c'ntert being that between
1Iessrs. Kibler and Toad. candidates
for alderman of WVart' 1. The second
election took place on Friday, and was
decided in favor of the for ner gentle
On Wednesday eve uing a very pleas
ant inproinptu affair took place at Mr.
James Dunbar's, characterized by a
repast tendered by the friends of the
successful candidates and short but
pointed addresses by the candidates
themselves, with the exception of
.layor Blalock, who had on the pre
vious night h hn caled out and who
hud imade a :ery appropriate and sat
i6factory speech, acknowledging his
warm appreciation of the high coui
plinic:.t and faithfu; labors bestowed
by the voters at large of Newberry. and
incidentally thanking his friends from
the Hill, whose earnest support had so
notably aided in his success.
At the banquent of Wednesday even
ing Messrs. Whpeler, Summer and
Ki-ttner were the particular guests,
and each made pertinent and patriotic
deliv eranees which evoked earnest ap
plause. Others of those present also
made fitting remarks. The interest in
the speech-mnaking, by the way, in no
wise impaired that inspired by the ex
cellent spread before which the com
pany were seated, who at a late hour
dispersed with very pleasant memo
On Friday night, following the sec
ond election, a torchlight procession
headed by a strong and capable string
band and attended by many citizens in
wagons and on foot, determined upon
a general serenade oi' the triumphant
aldermen, who were severally visited
at their homes and tendered excellent
musical selections and vociferous plau
dits. To these responses were prompt
ly given by the new officials, Mr.
Klettner again making a fine speech of
some length. The other responses
were briefer, but all were timely and
Returning to the public square, a few
popular airs were played by the mu
sicians, a short address was made by a
new citizen of Newberry, the citizens
dispersed, and the pleasant excitements
of the (lay were at an end.
A Pleasant Lemon Drink.
For Billiousness, Constipation and
Malaria, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigestion, Sick and Nervous
Headache, take Lemon Elixir.
For Sleeplessness, 1ervousness 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 will not
fail you in any of the above named dis
cases, 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, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Pneumonia,
Hemorrhage and all throat and lung
An elegant and reliable preparation.
3 cents at druggists. Prepared only
by Dr. H. Mozeley, Atlanta, Ga.
Good1 looks are more than skin deep, deI
pending upon a healthy conidition of all the
vital organs. It the Liver be inactive, you
aave a Bilious Look, if your stomach be dis
>rdered you have a a Dysp.eptic Look and if
rour Kidneys be afrected you have a Pinched
Look. Secure good health and you will have
tood looks. Electric Bitters is the great
tlterative and Tonie acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils
tnd gives a good compleron. soid at
Robertson & Gilders, Dru'gstore, 50c. per
Fresh Cream Cheese ait
T. Q. BOOZER'S.
Mr. WVilson G. Abraras died at his
hiome in Township No. t9 on Thursday,
L7th instant, aged about 5.5 years.
The infant child of Mr. Caleb D..
Buzhardt died on Sunday. 9th instant,
iged nine months.
[n Memory of M~rs. Frances L. Peoples, who
Died M'iarch 1'i' 1892.
How much of comfort, .joy and peace the
2nselfish life of a Christian woman gives to
icr ho'ne and friends. has been exemplified
n the lire of Mrs. reoples. With a heart
iiled with the spirit of the blessed Master,
with hands ever ready to minister to those
he loved and the sufrering within her reach,
with feet found always pressing the path of
luty, she literally "went about doing good."
So great was her influence on those with
whom she mingled, that irany went to her
n seasons of sorrow and sickness for help
kndl comfort. One soothing touch of her kind
y hand or 'i few words from her lips in the
ars of a sorrowing one, did much to raise
hc burden of grief.
When it was known thm.t she was so Ill,
riends came in great ncmbers, day andJ
ight,to olrer their willing service of gratitude
0 her whom they loved], and to mingle their
ears and prayers with the grief-stricken1
mousehold. .But the reape.r caame and took 1
"why was it so-? It seemed so sweet
To have her with us here:
We cannot tell, but God knew best
Soim e day It will be clear."
HTelp us. OI Father, to remember that thou
ost not err nor willingly afflict thy children,
nd that the death of this lovedl saint was
recious in thy sighit,and hence she was taken
rm us, to be forever Wi in Thee.
"OTh, these parting scenes will end,
Sonie sweet day, by and by:
we shall gather,'friend with friend,
Sonme sweet day, by and by;
There, before our Father's throne.
When the mists and clouds have flown,
we shall know as we are known,
WYe shall meet our loved ones gone,
So: veet day, by and by."
(;. ;. nl.
New bry, SApril7 W..
oth the method and results when
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
ad refreshing to the taste, and acts
antly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
iver and Bowels, cleatrses the sys
m effectually, dispels colds, head
bhes and fevers and cur-es habitual
>nstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
21y remedy of its kine. ever pro- I
iced, pleasing to the taste and ac
~ptab]e to the stomach, prompt in
3 action and truly beneficial in its
fects, prepared only from the most
~althy and agreeable substances, its
any excellent qualities -commend it
all and have made it the most
pular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
id $1 bottles by all leading drug- C
sts. Any reliable druggist who
ay not have it on har.d will pro
ire it promptly for any one who
ishes to try it. Do not accept any
MUALFORNIA FIG SYWUP Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA..
H-aving bought r y part:ier's1,
extend to our many friends and pat
their liberal patronage in the past.
will do my utmost to ioerit a c
My Spring Stock is now. op
An Elegant Line of Clothin
ahead of any stock we have ever
the best manufacturers in the cot
novelties and the very perfection of
my stock of Clothing and my immen
Straw Hats enough to suppl
Lowest Prices !
sHOES. THI SHOE llOSE
I will continue to make a spec
more complete than ever. Jast
Brackett's Hand-Made Shoes-the
made. A new lot of E. P. Reid'
stylish. Examine our $2.00 Kid B
sold at this price.
When in need of anything in a
a call. Rles
Successor to Min
We have movi
wood store here
pose to clean c
stock at prices
Limes. NO GOODS CHAR
We propose to s]
st UN HE ARD
THE Cash is w]
BRING ON YU
BRING ON YO
TO BE R]
[Iavo EmplloljB[ al
~OR THIS BRANCH
SILVER AND P1
Do You Want Any T
Don't Take Up You
ThenL Come Do
I MEAN BI
~URINC THIS SALE
L W. C
erest in the business, I wish to
rons my most sincere. thanks for
In the future, as in the past, I
^utinuanca of your patronage.
0 STOCK Y
n for your inspection.
anid Gents' Furnishi;igs.
nd Childreh's Clothing is far
shown. I buy my Clothing from
ntry, thereby getting the latest
make-up. Be sure to examine
se line of Furnishing Goods.
y the County ! Latest Styles
OF NWBRRY! SHOES.
ialty of Shoes. My stock is now
received a new line of Lilly
most comfortable Gents' Shoe
3 Fine Shoes for Ladies-very
utton Shoes-the best shoe ever'
ny line do not forget to give me
er & Jamieson,
7P33L3:Y S. C.
ad our Green
, and we pro
ut the whole
to suit the
CED TO ANY ONE NOV.
iat we want.
'ry Clo thiers."
R JEWELRY !
OF MVYBUSi NESS.
imng in Tis Line,
r Valuable Time
D, BUT CALL ON
r COST !
vzn to? the|Cost
r Knows that .
ALL COODS Co