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w u i market in Newberryyes
.o. the frst of September,
ending yesterday, 481.
whole stoek of goods and build
_.ia Z1 ststock of godc
^tent the storeand dweling. Now
' 'tisse to:get bargains at
_> y4~ ' - .8. RUSSELz's.
a . W <ollags, the
E3has8aore geiaof beauty.
- :t v.s Amanda Workman
ssed the appeal :and re
' ,to.the C :rcatCourt. etc
cJusee announced the judg
ethe Court. Motion refused
se down for bearing
time heretofore saigned
_ _e sg "of causes froeu: ew
--?- , weW's Tour 3ime.
W Is 3as stll at the old stand
_4 'few 'bmnleltin clothing
1rlhggoI Now to
, teEu8' ar gai sora
et sA ;time to boy your Lour.
errBrdsr is the place toget it.
rS' atet$4.50; Favorte
~ten $4;Blue Bird, $3.75
' .5OOld.Hiekory, $290
Th~~lee.are strictly cash. tf.
S cas~eO au4utFzrSas.
- Bros., orW. M. Wlo
- er Sale or E..t.
-~Onfai~ ner Jaapaand one be.
~~em&c pl to
Newberry, S. C.
~ cwHmbe given at the armory
23&d lst.' The- c apeosarw
-. Mr ..W.Cap I~Mr. and
~X.LW. Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. 8.3J
We and Major .and Mrs. L.
1wStoCommittee: G.F. Wearn
~1~WIlo~ and B. H. Wearn.
~cpiaCommitsee: L E. 1ok
~ ~Mentoshand W. A. Fast.
Comttee onaArrangements: Kt
~ I~p~nn~.GLOsgow, and D. 8.
~&nice time.may be expected for all
O n Ia sam, 141 Mott St.
(ty, makes a miraculow
gaideto Salvation Oil. Ii
anlraCulous cure of my rheuma
you shboes go to Samie
wlways get the be
- necentU3 - 1r,1ssa.
Ho. w long the schools should re
~- innamalon each day, and the ordea
~ hat teachera can do toiurr
3.&M ow must we teach penmanshlpt
UbwImi3 $helIdon. -
- C pla t flavor, gentle actior
~4-aDdUOObI~efi'eet of Syrup. of Figs
when -needof a laxative, and if the
oah rmnotber be costive or bilious
the anost gratifying results %3loi Its
7-ugso that it isthe bestfamlyremed3
So1iiwnandevery family should hav4
~L. West has- opened a neat
~~4I~aUdcomfortable restaurant in th4
~mwhIokbnilding m rear of Mr. Klett
storswher he Is pipedt<
asavor.f :meal at s ~r notice
A~fbatthemarkets afford will be sup
pefor the tastes of -his guests i
~nIse,and appetizing way anw
2PItmeFrams, Albumns and Easels
~ceIcti~ Frames at Salters' Photo
Is making arun on clothing
B. 8 ONES asjust receivei
t fresll supply of
Prunes, Mince Meat,
Heoke" Buck Wheat,
Hecker's Graham Flour,
Hecker's Oat Meal,
AM~hieh are first class an<
3.1.a--Wen---s rosttrYe cure.
I% the Editor : Plase inform you
reema that I have a positive reined.
for the- thousand and one ills whie~
Sb foI deranged femaleoras
hllbe to send two btlsof in
- ~~ to any lady If they i
vrtIous 4ND ALL ABOUT.
Only:ten-more days until Christmas.
Mr. Tbo?. W. Keitt, the new Scbool
.Comisionter,-ias taken charge of the
1 Sh,'ekley Bros. are it work on the
court room fitting up the.railing to cut
off the bar.
When Friend street is completed to
the depot. we ought to have that union
The postoffilee fee for registering let
ters will be reduced from ten to eight
cents on January Ist.
Mr. Thos J. Hayes and family have
moved to town and occupy the Mower I
House on Adams street.
It is getting time to talk about water
works and electric lights for Newberry.
Two things very much needed.
Mr. Copeland, of Barnwell, has
moved to Newberry andis in the livery
business with Dr. J. W. Tribble under
the firm name of Copeland & Tribble.
Rev. Luther M. Kahns, of Omaha.
Neb., will publish next year a life of
his father, Rev. H. W. Kuhus, D. D.
It will be an interesting book.
The R. & D. road brought up 15,000
pounds of oranges on Sunday from
Charleston. 125 boxes were put off at
Newberry, mostly for ' the Laurens
Burglars ent&ed the chicken roost
of Rev. W. W. Daniel on Monday
night and relieved him of several chick
ens and turkeys-all he had except one
The Lutheran congregation on last
Sunday determined to invite Rev.
Edgar G. Miller from Philadelphia to
visit the congregation with a view of
his becoming their pastor.
Superintendent Jackson Is at work
on Friend street macadamizing it, and
when it is finished will be one of the
best streets in Newberry. It would be
a good idea if every street in the town
could be fixed likewise.
The Herald and News would appre
ciate as a Christmas present from each
of its subscribers one dollar on sub
scription account. That would be a
small matter for each subscriber, and
would make glad the heart of the
Mr. E. Cabaniss had a narrow escape
from the bite of a big strange dog in
his yard early on yesterday morning.
The dog took out a big piece of his
trousers, and only bruised his leg when
Mr. Cabaniss knocked him off. It is.
not supposed that the dog was mad.
As times are hard we offer our
Holiday Goods at close figures.
We will sell for CASH ONLY,
and give you good BARGAINS.
China Ware, Albums,
Onyx Tables, Work Boxes,
Rose b wls, Infant Sets,
r'inger b, wls, Fancy Baskets,
Water oets, Odor Cases,
Japanese Novel- Baskets Perfume,
Toilet Waters, * Frames,
Fine Perfumes, Manicure Sets.
Plush and Leather Dressing Cases.
We have a pretty assortment of
Photograph Albums, all styles
W. E. Beicher & Co.
Rev. T. G. Herbert was in the city
Thos. S. Moormnan, Esq., of Colum
bia, is in town.
Judge 3. Fuller Lyon, of Abbeville,
is in the city.
CongrsmanGeorge Joh nstone leaves
to-da for Washington.
Jas. K. P. Goggans, Eq., has re
turned from New York.
Lewis W. Simkins, Esq., of Laurens,
was in the city yesterday.
A. E. Gonzales, representing The
State, was in Newberry Monday.
Rev. E. T. Hodges, of Columbia, was
on a visit to his brother, W. W. Hodges,
Miss Nola Haltiwanger, of Lexing
ton, and Miss Julia Deloach of Ninety
Six, have been on a visit to relatives in
R. C. WILLIAMS',
The Installment Man.
And see the
beautiful displ: -.of
FA NCY GOODS,
at prices to suit everybody's
pocket-rich and poor.
Don't put off until the last
moment, and thea say we
have nothing, but come at
once; or don't buy elsewhere
until you have seen our goods
and learned our prices. We
have everything that is
NEW and STYLISH.
COME ONE! ^
without a moment's delay, to
It Should Be in every House.
wil no bewthout . KigsNew Dcver
for onsmpton,Coughs and Coughs, that it
cured his wife wh'owas threatened with Pneu
monia after an attack of "La Grippe," when
hdne her no g ood Roet eof.
tCookport, Pa,, claims Dr. King's New Dig.
covery has done him more godthan any
thing he has ever used for LugTronblel
t o e.Tryit.-Gde'
TUAN.I. IIAV EVE
8. B. JONES.
Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, at
the residence of the bride's parents, on
chiand street; Miss Carrie A. Cath
eart, the eldest daughter of Col. W. J.
Catheart, was united in marriage to
Mr. W. D. Byrd, of Laurens. The
ceremony was performed by Dr. W. C.
Lindsay, pastor of the First Baptist
church. The young couple left on the
morning train for their future home in
Laurens. The is a prosperous
young farmer. olumbia State, 8th.
The happy groom is a brother of the
gifted young minister who so accepta
bly occupied Dr. Cozby's pulpit during
his recent absence. He has relatives
and friends in Newberry who congrat
ulate hi in the poesesion of so sweet
-and charming a bride and wish the
couple.many years of wedded bliss and
He finds it "a wonderful cure for a
bad cough." Mr. Wm. F. Anderson,
341 Water St., New York City, N. Y.,
gives this fndorsement: "I have.found
Dr. Bell's Cough Syrup the wonderful
cure it is represensed to be: It is just
the thingfor a bad cough.
Buy the Lilly Bracket handsewed
shoes, the best made. tf.
:AEGAINS BARGAINS! -
In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
As I willbe compelled to go to Flor
ida for the months of January, Febru
aryrand March on account of my health,
and will not keep my store open during
my absence, I offer my Stock from now
until Jannaryist for less than you have
ever.bought the same goods before
Eight. Day Alarm Clocks for 3, worth
$5, and all other good in proportion.
Call soon, before the Stock is picked
over as I want to close'out as much aslI
can to save trouble of-packing and stor
ing away until my return.
All persons whohave watches, clocks
or jewelry left with me for reparing
will please call and get same by Janu
ary 1st, or they will be sold for the
- JOHN F. SPECK.
- The Jeweler.
TO THE-WISE FOLKS !
Beauti ful Goods'
at Pelham' s.
Don' t wal't until they
are all soldt
Bridal. Presents and
at Pelham' s.
The prettiest, the
the mos t tas te ful,
the lates t line of
ELEGANT GOODS -
at .Pelham' s Dru.g Stor e
.To Every Ferson?
Who owe us on- note or account.
Please.pay a and.preserve your credit,
and oblige us,
Sin -PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Shoes Shoes, Shoes.
Zeigler's well known Shoes. J. Faust
& Son's Shoes. Allsolid as a silver dol
lar at MowEE's. tf
Seven EHes After a Thief.
Policeman Cromer had a lively chase
of -seven- miles after Lang Singley, a
negro man who stole a pair of shoes
from Summer Bros. on Saturday after
noon. He suspected two negroes who
left Newberry on the C. N. & L. road,
-and he got on the train expecting to
catch the-right party at the junction.
He was disappointed, and went on to
Prosperity; and just before the train
stopped there,:Lang Singley jumped
off the train and was thrown about
twenty-five feet. He got up running
and made his escape. He left the shoes
under the seat he occupied in the car.
Policeman Cromer got the shoes.
Buy youahoes from -Jaieson's, he
r carries the best stock in Newberry. tf.
- - asonie Election.
At the regular communication" of
Signet Chpe, No. 18, R. A. M., held
Monday nih,December 12, the fol
lowing offiers were elected .to serve
Sthe ensuing year:
. Elettner,M. E. H.P.
A. H:'Wheeler, M. E. K.
J..W. McCullough, M. E. S.
F. W. Britton, C. oftH.
T. H. Cromer, G. M.3d V.
Joseph Mann, G. M. 2nd V.
R. L Stoudemayer, G. M. 1st V.
SN. B. Mazyck, Treasurer.
- R. H. Greneker, Secretary.
3. H. M. Kinard, SentineL.
Installation of officers Monday night
Sthe 19th instanti.
O,.i..,al Con el o. 1',B. b s. Ef.
At the regular convocation of the
above council, held the 12th inst., the
following officers elected:
T. LM. .
D. M.-F. W. -
C. of W.-T.B H
Recorder-R. H. drie
C. of G.-IL D. Shock)e,
C. of C.-J. W. McCuli
8.-R. 3. Miller.
Sentinel-J. H. M. Kina~
Installation next Monday night, De
Call on Jamieson if you need any.
thing in his line he will save you mo.
r ney. ---tf.
Bucklen's Armca hsive.
SThe Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores
j kieUleSat he "m,erSores,Tt
, an Skini 7utions, and positively curei
Piles or no pa eured. It is guaranteed t<
~ y prfct atsfctin.ormoney refundec
25 cets por box. For sale by Bobert
Highest of an in Leavening Po w
The Amendment to the Charter.
Last week The Herald and News
published a bill offered by Mr. Blease ci
%mending the charter of the town of
Newberry. The mayor and several
eitizens went to Columbia on Tuesday
ifternoon to have the portion provid
ing for trial by jury stricken out.
When the matter was called to the
%ttention of Mr. Blease he readily con- s;,
ented to have the change made to ul
neet the wishes of his constituents in w
the town of Newberry, and although d<
the bill had passed the House, and its ci:
econd reading in the Senate, he asked se
Mr. Sligh to have the bill amended in in
the Senate, and when it was returned g
to the House moved that the House ac
3ocur. So the bill as passed only al- px
lows the right of appeal. m
But last week two other amendments 8.
were offered to the charter of the town cs
>f Newberry that are of interest to all in
the people. ti,
One is to permit the council to levy te
% six mill tax for current expenses, if m
3o much be necessary. At present two tb
nills is the limit, but if any prohibi
ion bill should pass and the town was
knocked out or the revenue from the M
License it would be necessary to in- d<
rease the tax so as to get enough of
noney to meet the expenses of the fr,
town. .The revenue from the license Dl
s about equal to to a four mill tax. :N
The other amendment is to change y
the'time of election from April to De- rE
ember and let the council year end ai
with the calendaryear. This will give cc
as no election for mayor and aldermen v
mntil next December. da
More Niarriage Bells. m
This morning at 10 o'clock, at the tb
Methodist church, Capt. P. C. Gail- et
ard, of the C. N. & L. R. R., will lead bi
to the altar one of Newberry's fair hi
laughters-Miss Eoline Merchant. in
Capt. Gaillard is young and hand
some and one of the most popular con- h:
uctors in the State, and his bride is el
ne of Newberry's fairest and sweetest
owers; and it is known far and wide
that Newberry has been always noted M
ror fair maidens. 01
The ceremony will be performed by uf
the Rev. W. W. Daniel, and imme- w,
diately theteafter a reception will be te
given at the Newberry Hotel, and the
bridal party will leave on the noon s
train for the West and Northwest for a
trip of several weeks.
There will be no groomsmen, but the
bridesmaids are Misses Tilla Boozer, tt
Lizzie Glenn, Laura Blease, Janie Mar- tl
tin, Carrie Maffett and Mamie Wells. ta
The ushers are Messrs. S. J. Wooten Ia
Ld W. A. Fant.- al
Tb Herald and News extends con- vi
The New Board Take Charge. it
The new Board of County Commis- w
ioners took charge of the office on of
Tunesday and organized bythe election sa
f Mr. J. C. Dominick chairman. Si
There were four names before the fc
Board for the postion of Clerk: F..L. ei
Bynum, R. C. Mabin, C. L. Blease ti
ad Thos. S. Sease. Mr. Sease was .
lected on the first ballot. ti
The board will hold another meeting pi
ext Tuesday. - .f
*n the 3d of January, 1893, there la
rill be an election for a keeper of the as
oor house, and a physician for the te
oor house and jail See notice in an- la
ther column. ,t
Handsome and durable jewelry al- ~
ways in stock and repairing done neatly a
ad quickly by C. W. Collings. tf.
Miss Ozella Owens, of Edgefield, is ce
visiting Mrs. Wmn. Pitts. tI
Mrs. Caroline Pitts returned from a
visit to Charleston last week. d
Mr. William Morgan, of Henderson,n
N. C.,svisiting at Mr. T. P. Lane's. o
Remember the restful "hour of
prayer" and attend the cottage prayer st
meetings should you have no other en- n
gagement for religious work or service li
on Sunday nights. The meeting last i
Sunday night was specially pleasant,
led by Mr. John Long, of the county, c)
and attenided by a numnber of.. visitors e
from the surrounding country. h
We have a minister again in our re
midst. This time it is a Baptist brother p
whom we welcome to the hospitalities f'
of the village. Rev. Mr. Daugherty, "
recently of Texas, has charge of the a:
second Baptist church at Newberry, P
and occupies the cottage in which the 0
Lutheran divinity students formerly r
dwelt. Mr. D.will preach in the Helena hi
Union chapel to-night (Wednesday) "
at the usual hour of service. All arep
ordially invited to attend.
Beth Eden Items. . ti
pies Beth Eden parsonsge. We wel
Mr. H. Burton expeets to visit his '
old home in Arkansas in a few days, g
and his mother will return with him. a
Our school is moving along nicely
with good attendance. 8
Mr. BlyBeard, of Alabamna, and
Mr. J. E. ofield spent Monday night I
with Mr. S. JTeter.g
The boys of our school are talking i,
about organizing a debating society. It i
will be a good thing for them. Go a
ahead boys. LotA. d
By special arrangements with pub- cl
shers I am now selling school books at g
the wholesale list price, thus reducing
the retail price considerably. This is s<
as low as they can be sold anywhere, y
and on account of the exceedingly low I
price will have to be sold strictly for a
cash. I have a full supply of School
and College Text Books on hand, and b
am now ready to sell them at the low- a
est price possible. b
tf. ~Z. F. WRIGHT.
when Baby was sick, we gaveher Castoria. . e
wenL she wasuaChild,'s cried for Castoria.
When she became Kiss, she clung to Catoa
when ahebad Chadren,shegavethem Catoria.
PronouncedHopeless, Yet Saved. r
From aletter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hard, 81
of Groton, S.D. weqjoe"Was taken withjy
a bad cold, whic stldon my Lungs, og
set in and termninated in Consmto.or
doctors gave me up, saigIcod live but a
short time. I gaemsl pto my Saviour, 3
determined i I oudnot sa with my
friends on earth,I wouldmeetmyabsentonles o
above. My husband was advised to gtDr I
Kigs New Discovery for ConsmpIn. L
Couh and Coids. I gaeit a trial; tokin
all h, bottles: it bacured me, and than)-.
dI am now a welU and herywoman." 'J
Trial bottles free at Robertson &Gilder's
Drugstore. Regular size, 50c. and $LO.0
The I. W. Harper is tha nest:fia- t
vored whiskey on earth.
Used in moderation, it is a sure se
cific for indigestion, for general delil
ity,' for insomnia, for mental depres-I
sion. Sold by
THOS. Q. BOOZEE,
r..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
WAR ON THE COTTON MILLS. I
tizen Josh Ashley's Factory Bill is Dis
msed-A Meeting of the Committee in
Columbia-A Very Plain Statement
for the Mill Men.
[News and Courier.]
CoLUSIA, December 5.-The con
leration of Josh Ashley's bill to reg
ate the hours of labor in factories
as the feature of to-night's legislative
>ings. At the invitation of the judi
ary committee of the House, repre
ntatives of the leading manufactur
g establishments throughout the
ate appeared before the committee
ld presented their views on the
nding measure. It was a difficult
atter to secure a quorum, and it was
0 o'clock before the meeting was
lied to order by Chairman Brazeale
the ball of the House of Representa
yes. Eight members of the commit
e were present, and the following
ill men: Col. J. L. Orr, president of
,e Piedmont; *Capt. E. A. Smythe,
esident of Pelzer; Col. 'R. L. Mc
iughrin, president of the Newberry
ills; Allen Jones and John R. Lon
on, of the Rock Hill Mills; O. Barber,
the Chester Mills, and the following
:m Spartanburg County: Capt. J. H.
ontgomery, -president of the Spartan
ills; Dr. D. E. Fleming, president of
'hitney Mills, and Capt. D. E. Con
rse, a large owner of Pacolet, Clifton Z
td other mills. The clerk of the
mmittee read Mr. Ashley's bill,
hich provides for ten hours' work a
ly or sixty hours a week, with one
indred and ten hours. per year to
ake up for time lost by accident to
e machinery and time to clean up
e machinery, violation of the law to t
punishable by a fine of fifty to one s
indred dollars, one-half to go to the
Mr. Ashley said he had agreed to
we the number of hours changed to ]
even per day or sixty-six a week.
Capt. Smythe said be had not op- i
eed the eleven- hour law prepared by
r. Wilson two years ago, but was -
posed to a ten hour law. - The man
acturing industry in South Carolina
as then in its infancy, having four- =
en 'mills with 82,000 spindles and
500 looms. Now there are 460,000
indles and 12,000 looms. In Georgia I
Lere is an eleven hour law; in North p
trolina no law. Competition was I
eat with the Northern mills and b
ose in the neighboring States, and
e growth of the mills would he re
rded by shortening the hours of (
bor. The wages of laborers would i
so by reduced, and taking a selfish
ew of the matter the mills already
:isting would, with less competition,
the State, be better able to control E
labor. Such a law as contemplated 2
ould reduce the annual consumption (
cotton in the Pelzer Mills four thou
,nd bales, and the reduction in the.
:ate would be from twenty-five to
rty thousand. The wages of the op- ,a
atives would be reduced $30,000, and c
eir comforts and luxuries according- a
-decreased. It has been asserted t
it the farmers wuished such a law d
ssed in order to keep laborers on the e
rms, but he believed that the Legis- ,
ture would not act on such a reason I
Sthat. The Northern mills worked .
n hours, bat owing to the unskilled
bor in the South that would be equal
Seleven hours in the Southern mills. 1
Dr. Sampson Pope spoke at length t
ifavor of an eleven bour law and
id he wished to see the factories
Lake money, but not out of the sweat
id blood of women and children.
he law two years ago would have in- (
ded only women and children and
ie factories would consequently have
lIed their places with men.
Capt. Smythe replied that only chil
ren could he employed in tbe spin- 1
ing department owing to the lowness
Dr. rope spoke at length, declaring
ich an Act constitutional and hu
ane. The operatives wanted such a 1
w and it would not hurt the facto
es, but benefit them.
Col. Orr spoke at -some length, de
aring that a ten hour law would ruin
very mill in the State. They were
ome institutions and should not be
cklessly injured. The factory em
loyees in the State are now worked
om sixty-six-to seventy-one hours a
eek. Three-fourths of the operatives
re paid by the piece work and are op-.
rsed to the shortening of their hours
labor. He had often been asked to 4
mn'his spindles through the noon
our. If a law was passed there
ould always be a disposition on the
art of politicians to tamper with it.
he mills in this State pay mnore I
eight to get their cotton and get
eir goods to market than do the mill <
en of New England. Col. Orr ad
resed himself to several features .of
He was followed by Mr. Blease, who
isinuated than the factory men bad
nie back on the Wilson bill two years
Col. Orr replied that he was ready to
and by the Wilson bill now, and it
emed th2at Mr. Blease and his friends
ad gone back on it.
Mr. Blease did not think they had
:me back on anything, and advocated
mding the factories from the State if
is necessary to preserve the lives
ad the health of the women and chil
ren of South Carolina. "My God,
s," he exclaimed, "if we have got to
ny capital by murdering women and
2idren, for God's sake let it go, let it
Col. Orr: "There is no sense in that
>rt of talk and I don't think it o'lght
>be encouraged by the committee.
Sis not truo and he knows it as well
She knows anything."
Mr.8Smythe said his remarks had
een directed to a ten hour law and he
lso was willing to stand by the Wilson
i. He denied that he had gone back
a that compromise measure.
Mr. Blease said as he understood the
atter the gentleman had not acted in
riod faith, and he was responsible in
rid out of the hall for what he said.
[r. Blease proceeded to make a flow-4
Mr. Wat'ers, of Edgefield, said that
2e c-'mmittee wanted facts, not an
ppeal to ajury. 4
Mr. Blease said he would discuss the
easure in the House, where he would
e free from interruption. He said 1
2e operatives by thei'r vote for Till
man and Gary against the factory rep
sentatives had declared they wanted
ach a law, and read a letter from' Dr.
atimer, of Greenville, a factory man
ger, in favor of-such a bill.
Some wrangling took place and Mr.
shley took a hand. "I ain't in favor
no capital coming and running this1
[ouse, Aye God! Iam a man, too,"
e cried. "I want to submit to eleven
ours a day and they won't agree to it.
'hey'll have to. The House will pass
de bill. I am Josh Ashley. I am
man, too. Aye, God. That'si Chat
Mr. Farley, of Spartanburg, said he1
ad promised his constituency to take
me action on the matter, but he did
ot wiish to injure the factories, and he
oped an agreement would be reached
the committee. Mr. Farley spoke
nsibly .and at length, agreeing to
even hours as he had previously
done. The factory men were opposed
to the law, but if one had to be passed
he agreed to eleven hours with .certain
The e- .nittee retired and agreed
on a s,- titute in accordance with
concessions of Mr. Ashley and the
views of the factory men providing for
eleven hours per day or sixty-six hours
per week with one hundred and ten
hours per annum for making up lost
time. The provision is not to include
engineers, mechanics, firemen nor
watebmen. The mills are not to be
Leld responsible for work over the
iimit done without their knowledge or
onsent and the informer shall receive
Mr. Ashley announced that Mr.
Nilson had agreed not to introduce
L factory bill in the Senate.
hlr. Geo. W. Turner tua
Simply Awful the
Norst Case of Scrofula the er,
Doctors Ever Saw ohe
ompleteiy cured by HOOD to
"When I was 4 or 5 years old I bad a scrof- frie
Jous sore on the middle finger of my left band, ma
rhich got so bad thit the doctors cut the T
inger o and later too. off more than half my get
and. Then the sore~ br.,ke out oa my arm, tak,
amie out on my neik and face on both sidesa
early destroying the sight of one eye, also eve
n my right arm. Doctors said it was the to (
Worst Case of Scrofula
hey ever saw. It was simply awful! Five of
'ears ago I began to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. no
-radually I found that the sores were begin- re:
Ing to heal. I kept on till I had taken ten Gre
ottles, ten dollars! Just think of what a to e
eturn I got for that investment! A theu- it 3
and per cent? Yes, many thousand. For i
he past 4 years I have had no sores. I
Work all the Time. "
lefore, I could .do no work. I know not leal
rhat to say strong enough to express my grat dec
tude to Hood's Sarsaparilla for my perfect
ure." GEORGE W. TURNZ, Farmer, Gal' o
ray, Saratoga county, N. Y.
HOOD's P!LLS do not weaken, but ald
iestion and tone the stomach. Try them. 25c.
December 7, 1892, by Rev. M. J.
,pting, at the residence of the bride's
arents, Mr. Wm. P. Leaphart and
iss Jennie Conwell-both of New
December 8, 1892, at the Lutheran
arsonage, by Rev. J. H. Wyse, Mr.
'harlton Livingston and Miss Addie
Coon-both of Newberry County, S. C.
December 11, 1892, by Rev. J. H.
Vyse, at the residence of Dr. G. A.
etzler, Mr. Walter Bishop and Miss
dice Kingsmore, "both of Newberry
Mrs. Catharine Cromer, wife of Mr.
ulius Cromer, departed this life De
ember 9, 1892, aged 29 years, 3 months ch
nd 7 days. The deceased was a consis
nt, member of the church and her
eath iE much lamented by- her wide
irce of friends. .The funeral services -
rere held at St. Matthew's church,
Tew berry County, 8. C. w.
Catarr Cannot be Cured
rith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as P]
hey cannot reach the seat of the dis
ase. Catarrh is a blood or-constitutio
al disease, and in order to cure it you .
uust take internal remedies. Hall's'
atarrh Cure is taken internally, and
cts directly on the blood and mucous
urfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
iack medicine. It was .prescribed by
~ne of the best ph.iiclans in this coun
rfor years, and is a regular prescrip
ion. It is composed of the best tonic~
mown, combtned with the best blood
mrifiers, acting directly on the mucous
urfaces. The perfect combination of
b two ingredients is what produces
cch wonderful results in -curing Ca
arrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. 3. CHENEY & CO,, Prope., Tole -
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
llobe-A nice woven, light, imported
Jorset. Warner's Health Coraline,
nd the celebrated Four-in-hand in
A full line of the best gloves made.
'Centimeri"-Every pair sold with a
Hosiery-The best black to he had,
ill prices. S
Jackets-Of these we have a very
hoice stock in the latest styles.
Blankets-In good supply and low ha
Come and look through our stock.
ly C. & G.5S. MoWEB Co. fo:
Kills all p ain ! c
A Liniment! Job
In your home!
Buy the genuine
Sold for 25 cts.
CHE ANG' PUS TeGea oacoa
2 0I98. & i. 0 t
)N SALEDAY IN JANUARY,
1893, within the legal hours of sale,
he Newberry Building and Invest
nent Company will sell at public auc
ion Five Shares of Capital Stock stand
g in trie name of W. 0. Goree.
THE NEWBERRY BUILD1NG
AND INVESTMENT COMPANY.
By 0. B. MAYEE, President. sH
R. H. WE~AB, Secretary.
N THE 3RD OF JANUARY, 1893,
Lthe Board of County Commission
-s will elect the following officers:
Keeper of the Poor House, Physician
o Poor House and.Tail.
Sealed bids will be received until the
ime named. The right is reserved to
eject any and all bMs.A
By order of the Board of County .A
"Caaod laIso eadaeaIMFe LV
knowatome." E. A. Aeams 3. D.,
mUa.ord8t, Boohla, L..
"The use of csa'is so Universal ana
Its merlsso wenhnown tatit smewr.
of r a ntoemdnsorit e areUm
l e~ oo.otep Casual
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A Story With an Applicaton.
kditor The Herald and News: The
>wing is a true story-a case of ac
occurrence. During one of the
inistrations of President Grant,
second,I believe, a Texan-I forget
name-went on to Washington and
eured a little position as door keep
r something similar, in the House
epresentatives,theDemocrats being i
a in control of that end of the Capi
[e was so elated and puffed up with
suecess- that he wrote home to his
ids in Texas that he was "a bigger
i than old Grant."
hey were so indiscreet as to let this
into the local paper, and it was
n up and republished in almost 1
ry paper in the country, from Maine
he Texan was of course bounced out
Ais little position at once, and has
been heard of since. But his ex
sion, "a bigger man than old
nt," is likely to live for many aday
over just such cases. As to how far
may be applicable to some of our
eking Solons" in Columbia, who
i to be possessed of neither judg
it, discretion nor even modesty, I
re it to your intelligent readers to
They have the largest stc
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Remember you can get an3
sapest and from the largestI
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say that our experience
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General Agents, 11 Broad St.,
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a, December 1B,1892.
ehison Je Pfrik,Dr W. Y.-2
.ae, or.Saa S mria
s, K. C. Wilson, Mrs. Caterine
ey, Lafayette P Wlis,Mrs. K. .
ns allng for tabove letters will
B. MOOEMAN. P. M.
e have just opened a very hand
e assortment of Fancy Crockery
[ Cut Glass, suitable for Wedding
l Birthday Presents, which we offer
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all and examine our stock.before
ROBERTSON & GILDEE,
E WANT TE
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LL PERSONS IN'DEBTED TO
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must settle their account.
Shere -uschstrees et - ''
s Om &n a? XmLT Raw Ye
Mr. B. C. Counts, of the college, ha
een on a visit home.
A light sprinkle of sleet felin our
rillage on Friday afternoon.
Messrs. Kibler Bros., have returned
rom their visit to the Jalapa neigh-.;
Our farmers down here are about
p with their work and ready for
We are informed that thare will be
io -service in the school building next
Mr. J. S. Werts, Jr.,of Salada- ld
own, accompained by Miss Leonora -
ng, of Utopia, have been on a visit
a relatives in this community.
This will be our last letter for the
rear 1892. We wish The Herald.and
qews typos and readers a happy
.hritmas-and a merry new year
Mrs. L. C. Singley and little
laughter, Beula, of Gary's Lae,
returned- home on Saturday after
, week's etay with relatives and _ -
riends in this and adjoining.com
nunities. Mies 'Mary oingle acoomi
aanled them home to s erm
lays under their hospitableoo
ek of New Goos 1 :
thing from the finest to -he
o the smest mae
>k, and we wilisell yo i
tnt for anythin g
M ZIEGLER BR08.
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rs of recent date, I have tof
r of your company's machines
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to our use, and we are ga
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the Caligraph is better suited
ypewriter within our knowha. '
.WM. H. BAKE
Vice President, .
Charleston, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-N K
THE COURT OF PROBATE.
ohn M. Kinard, Clerk of te Court of
Common Pleas, as A dministratnr de
bonus non of Washinn L. -Gourw
dine, deceased, Plain' aanstCar
oline Gourdine, "CharloTtte WhIt!y
Henry Gourdine, Molsey Gourdine,
Pealope Martin, Floreias Hargrove
Dvid H. Wheeler, Deedants.
To the Deferidants:
You are here.by summioned and e
uired to answer the amended eotn
plaint in this action, which is filedinr.
he office of Judge 'of Probate. for
said county herewith served uepon
you, and to serve a- copy of 7ut
nswer to the said :complaint as
he subscribers at their sofBfil2
ewberry Courthouseinl said;Conty
nd State within twenty days aftertbe
service bereof, exciasive of the. day of
sch service; and if you fail toAnswe
the plaintiff in this action wil1ippye
he Court for relief demanded la the~
Dated Dec A. D.1892.
JONES & JONES
Filed December 6, 1892.
3. B. FETLERS, '
lb the Defendlats
Please take noticethat theeompWant ,
in the foregoing action-was filed zuthe
ofie of Judge of Probate forNIewberry
County, 8tate of South Carolina,on te
th day of December,:1892.
Newberry, S. C~