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x w .t'r SgoII$Z WHAT ETEOUSHT.
}- 9 a. in.._Dear -9 a. rn-Well, :I
wmlionder3fI lacted very
made& mistake? I wisely after all.
metaket - wetltl
abot ,:and itherof ;r enough
h ought.not y to-get mar
f'mar y:him Justr =eo,.an I'm
cause he'baaa lt- so absolutely
tht money. I:up- tlaloehr
- r : 8- stb ~or f-lW* eon e I don't.
t liB tinE is break We'veknwn each
" ow. Ee ther a long time
-. ~e~ca~ agin oland all: that, but
ar ce is
'corse Ireay vatdoemn'talways
Myt .Igt e ar is murse 'egto
:think- caling on her
mkt- be-ttk so often. - I suppose
Jheart. ITll bet she's*
- P reakhe
aIam-I '.wo thnking of me
Ygsifteat ad r.y
g -again to- de if she'l expect
I'm sure 1 meto-night? 3fope
4_>' hgo .: -Still Iloot. I "don't want
rouldn't 'care m to to pain her any
etheevenn more than I can
a~nemieha help. W o nde r
noeowill. what ll do with
oe myseif?Club? Ba .
, y n :inter-Theatre? c,iec
. >esslag felloW. Yes, bahb! I might "call
was more :than on some one else,
iateresiiD SM a d a but I wouldn't be
a twr-isd to. If Ihadn't
men so cool last
p nm.-I am moe right I might still
-v- saifedta ever
r tbat I did well iD 1p m:-Wel 1. I' m
-:;followng m aim-asfied, !after
inas aivie.It's thinking it over,
mne oetter togie that I did the cor
:. = an: an' intirna" rect thing. -Father
. ,"tioi? tatgnoutl is .right. Never be
sto abrupt when
yeforebepro-desitng with the
poses than:tobreak femaleheart. How
hseart--by a sin-petty she was last
-and we have nght! Ie rath
";:. "..:bea such good er mean. tluessl'd
friends, better write her not
to- expect me to
- sight. Then rll
e ip. .l- i ostay at home and
roml u h aim ttin aioke. r
tat he won't cali '3p. m.-Confound
-o-night. eenn gLt! I can't help
n* 'tonew tat 1 king of her.
tie3" =the was- Must look as blue
ts teasity for such a the Alsatian
-vW in ountans. Saw
.-ksrhim to -call father laughing at
*o -manted hima me a few minutes
e:cRrzxpeetedhim ago. How the.deuce
talohkoaan t. ought thing about it?
imyany efeear WisD her - father
- abst1gbt. Oh,myn mine weren't
een thingsal such confounded
rays : go .wruiig? thick friends. I feel
sWs i L' iOng op 'iike thevery.deuce.
tabave a.good cry. 5 p. 'm.-F ee l
mme nih. W ish I
yLhIant E -- Witeta
tonosnomm- ha tol leteer nw'
D aaie. tn thiame. iWonder
munhapp what's the easiest
,: an an. intiall wayto cominitsai
tty owufaut . I've igde? Wonder if
broken his heart father would sym
s edf'vebrokeemy pathize - with me
rw-y, and I sdetest en.
RE~ myslf 7p _T.- don't
suc god e man.diGnerssPd
~"->- W5lt osay ding,d' thoetig
that hedon't an 9p. m.-nfoun
-v .I4ea rt!aI can herp
'aL the ne- Msont. look aslblue
rm ntdrschdaias the -proudian
hieyvergr mon tons. Ia
r aed himrtl. oo ie a foolmnte
'waiing. -ureoes he ntonm
heha oe h athtaing bc allu my
altorh,gmy, ac pren.rn'
aylttrOn? Iek frien. Ifeel
9oae oo3y p. m.-Fsl beiee
anhl.-1aot badO' mriten that
Miosm sme-mre,luest felow in
televme-P the ol. -Whd
lOp.m.t'irh noiatsthe woulds
ownaul orgive Woe Gues
world hrtahe would symgt helag
d.kLtrkhy p nather wth tme
o z~im!n, an'llefall,then.
n ysef-p.m.-lin Life.
shos g nblakedthn to miss-ga
It - does' t todrvetink accdnt
Isurance os T9he accidentlle
sh apapensmeer Iainher
there! -nwico aretraer ll.
ate to bed a d etriselle
shote Dte radee toorhitshe
t ont.Se lwy
mwaystr to eawtast poestea
rped acurain.ookli an codcesnd
Late tnos rephotonixe lsupos
-witing-.fewpoms spae, intndmy
are has inome tr tkin thek8 o'lomy
,hsich hasm ng saifty-word
B. -e no dcovd nyesti viseo
Whsn ymnoue Pive pgoursa. ichane
a he tteand yoe foreit contrl--u
surprise. Iti motetoestatelowins
unuse to te tway wo rb ad
If yu hve tmeno ideo shear thel
10am,mte ofyufetdorv neh. Ites
maysa the ce' bo soe truh
ble whn he on thr hus tme
tene towrobude and he fal handi
emeof ter. ioopy
[Chica o YIri un
C It is bette toMothe hes fu
insurace poicies.The aciental
way hapen tosone the trin ha
the ne n whch ou ae taveling
ate tobedandeary .o ie il
lat trinsare. at umixd ei
Someimesyoust-tt t thestain
The New Orleans Times-Democrat
gives a whole volume of souad advice
in the following editorial on cotton prc
The price of -cotton to-day makes it
remunerative, and this improvement
has made itself generally felt in all
lines of business. Let us hope that it
zwill not have the effect that some of
the Southern papers anticipate of
bringing about an excessive acreage
next season, another big crop and sub
sequent low and unprofitable prices.
The fear is expressed that the South
ern farmer, having done well:with his
cotton this year, may be tempted to in
crease the acreage next season, hoping
to do still better, not taking into con
sideration the fact that all his neigh
bors may do likewise.
The fact that cotton was being over
produced has been recognized for some
time past. The press preached long ser
mons on the subject, but. it was only
when the farmers began to feel the evil
effects of this "all-cotton." policy,when
all the profits of cultivation disap
peared, that they reduced their acreage
in the staple.
It has benefitted them in two ways;
first, it has enabled them to greatly in
crease their other and particularly their
food crops, saving themselves c'.. sider
able outlay for the latter and bringing
in much better returns; and, secondly,
the cotton crop cost less to prouuce, but
at the same time will bring nearly t: e
-same amount as previous exces<ive
crops have done.
- This experience ought to convince
them of what is the best policy to pur
sue. It will be a great mistake to re
turn to the "all-cotton" system, even
if the staple remains at the same price,
which it, of course, will not do, if the
acreage and crop are greater.. That sys
tem will insure a return to the depres
sion which has prevailed in the agri
cultural circles of the South for the past
The farmers will be putting in their
crops in a few. months. - Let us hope
that when this is done we will hear
thatl they fully understand the situa
tion, have profited by their past expe
rience and intend to diversify their
crops, keep the cotton acreage down,
and thus secure better returns, both'for
that and all other products.
It would be well for the national and
state departments of agriculture to use
their ipfluence to. convince the farmers
of the wisdom of. the policy indicated
in these wise words.
A general return to the "all cotton"
theory would bea-disaster totheSouth.
Let us hope that it may be averted by
the common sense of our farmers.
It seems to us that the light of. ex
perience is clear enough to guide them
along the safe path.
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"I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for
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-ridden the plains for twenlty-flveyers?."
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H. asham,XcXinfly, Texas..
Aer's Hair Vigor
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-"Over ayearago Ihad asevere fever,
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to use Ahyer's Hair Vigor, and now my
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Sl yDruggisa and Perfumers.
children Cry for Pitcher's Castora.
He Didn't Know Vrench.
LFrom the Detroit Free Press.1
The gentleman from the West pulled
himself up to the hotel table, tucked
his napkin under his chin, picked up
the bill of fare, and began to study it
intently. Everything was in restau
rant French, and he didn't like it.
"Here, waiter," he said, "there's
nothing on this I want."
"Ain't there nothin' else you would
like for dinner, sir?" inquired the
"Have you got any sine qua non ?"
The waitar gasped.
"No, sir," he replied.
"Got any hon nuts?"
"Got any semper idem ?"
"No, sir, we hain't."
"Got any jeu de sprits?"
'No sir, not a one."
"Got any tempus fugit ?"
"I reckon not, sir."
"Got any soiree dansants?"
The waiter was edging ofi.
"Got any sine die ?"
"We hain't, sir."
"Got any e pluribusunum ?"
The waiter's face showe~d some signs
"Seems like I heerd'ob dat, sir," and
e rushed out to the kitchen, only to
return empty handed.
"We ain't got none, sir," he said, in
a tone of disappointment.
"Got any mal de mer ?"
The waiter was going to pieces fast.
The gentleman from the West was
as serene as a May morning.
"Got any vice versa ?" he inquired
The waiter could only shake his
"No ? Well, may be you've got
some. bacon and cabbage and a corn
"Deed we has, sir," exclaimed the
waiter in a -tone of the utmost relief,
and. he fairly flew out to i86kitchen.
The joints and m'escles are so lnbri
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rheumatism and stiffness eoonfviaa
pear. Try it.
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Benjamin Franklin Explains America.
Benjamin Franklin before the House
of Commons. From the Report of the
Examination, published in 1767:
Q. What 'as the temper of America
toward Great Britain before the year
A. The best in the world. They sub
mitted willingly to the government of
the Crown, and paid, in their Courts,
obedience to the Acts of Parliament.
They were governed by England at the
expense of a little pen, ink and paper;
they were led by a thread
Q. What is their temper now?
A. .Oh, it is quite altered.
Q. Whac used to be the pride of
A. To indulge in the fashions and
manufactures of Great Britain.
Q. What is now their pride?
A. To wear their old clothes over
again; until they can make new ones.
FROM A LETTER TO SAMUEL MATHER,
DATED PASSY, 12 MAY, 1784.
You mention being in . your seventy
eighth year; I am in my seventy-ninth;
we are grown- old together. It is now
more than sixty years since I left Bos
ton, but I remember -well both your
father and grandfather, lhaving beard
them both in the pulpit. The last time
I saw your father was in the beginning
of 1724,- when I visited him after my
first trip to Pennsylvania. He received
me in his library, and on my taking
lea*e showed- me a shorter way out of
the house through a nar.row passage,
which was crossed by a beam overhead.
We were still talking as I withdrew, he
ccompanyinlg me behind, and I turn
ing partly toward him, when he said
hastily, "Stoop! stoop!"
I did not understand him till I felt
my head hit the beam. He was a man
that never missed any occasion of giv
ing instruction, and upon this he said
to me: "You are young and have the
world before you; stoop as you go
through it and you will miss many
hard thumps." This advice, beat into
my head, has frequently been of use to
me, and I often'think of it when I see
pride mortified or misfortunes brought
upon people by their carrying their
heads too high. B. FRANKLIN.
Superitendent MlcBee's Opinion of the
- Wilson Bil..
[Special to News and-Courie~r.]
CoLUMBIA, Decetuber 15.-Capt. V.
E. McBee, general superintendent of
the Richmo'nd anid Danville Road, to
night said, whe'n asked about the work
of the'Ha,, t bat he considered it very
ufortunte.that the Wilson bill had
ps-d, especially so as the pri.ncipal
roads of the State are in the hands of
If the (colia ttinalty of it is ques
tioncd at all, be was satisfied that it
cannot stand llhe toet of the Supreme
Court. In rxmnpasm. with the Min
nesota or Texas lbi:.s, whieb have re
cently been dt-ided zo unconstitutional,
this bill in many respects is more sav
age and has lees equity than those. "I
am of the opinion," he said, "that the
roads in the State cannot stand the fur
ther reduction of reveui .e under any
If the people are not satii.Pd with
the present service and the low class of
rates that we give them 1 believe that
the owners of the property would pre
fer to abandon it or turn it over to the
State if they will agree to pay the op
erating expenses and fixed charges. If
the 'commissioners elected, whoever
they may be, should undertake to re
duce the rate, under the joint rate
clause or otherwise, we will be forced
to protect our property through the in
terference of the Supreme Court,which,
of course, we do not wish to do.
"WORTH A GUINEA A BOZ."
in the day tine
after a go o d
nlig ht's sleep,
- -. theres indiges
- tion and stomach
IPPILLS byrmvn h waste
ng thsea$sem, will ee all Billona
and Nervos Dsorer, and silH
Of aul draggies. Fries 25 ente a box.
New York Depot.3650na18 S.c
of...zeere lseles ,t.a..Okasat:. . ISma
ma r.sawEa. Emu HmL~ mMM Eu.
IOR AN AUTHORIZED AGENT
will be at the following places at
the times named for the purpose of tak
ing return of personal property for the
At Newberry from January 1st to
Deadfall, January 16.
Spearmans Store, January 17.
Chappells, January 18.
Longshores Store, January 19.
Jalapa, January 20.
Whitmires, January 2L
Glymphville, January 24.
Walton, January 25.
Pomaria, January 26.
Jolly Street, January 27.
Sligbs, January 28.
William Long's, January 30.
St. Lukes, January 31.
Prosperity, February 1 and 2.
And at Newberry until February 20,
after which time the law requires a pen
alty of 50 per cent. to be added.
All notes and mortgages and money's
are taxable, and all persons between the
ages of twenty-one and fifty are liable
to ,poll tax unkss exempt by law.
W. C. CROMER,
A. N. C.
B Y ORDER OF THE PROBATE
Court we will sell on Tuesday, the
27th day of December, 1892, at the late
residence of Henry Hendrix, now de
ceased, at 11 o'clock a. m.
2 Mules, 1 wagon, Farming imple
ments, Buggy, Corn and Fodder.
TERMS of sale: Cash.
Administrators of the Personal Es
tate of Henry Hendrix, deceased.
NOTICE OE FINAL SETTLEMENT
O N THE 28TH DAY OF DE
cember, 1,892, I will make a final
settlement of the estate of Andrew
Cromer, deceased, and apply for a final
discharge as adminstrator. Persons
holding claims against the estate must
present the same to G. G. Sale, Esq.,
my attoruey, on or before said date.
JAMES W. CROMER,
?no mall e st Pi So W a!
0iWh do ?oU suffer
eTIy Liver Pills:
8A.I 9B & I. 8 TOR
O N SALEDAY IN JANUARY,
1893, within the legal.hours of sale,
the Newberry Building and Invest
ment Company will sell at public anc
tion Five Shares of Capital Stock stand
ing in the name of W. 0. Goree.
THE NEWBERRY BUILD1NG
AND INVESTMENT COMPANY.
By 0. B. MAYER, President.
R. H. WEABN, Secretary.
IIIower & BiIum.
T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Law Partnership under
the name of Mower- & Bynum, and
will practice in all the Courts..
Officees at Newberry and Prosperity,
S.C. GEO. S. MOWER.
FRANK L BYNUM.
NEWBERRY, October 27, 1892.
I BORE WELLS EITHER 12 OR18
inches in diameter. Will make
either size to suit customers. Wall
with best Terracotta pipe. Guarantee
between 7 and 10 feet of water or no
pay. Prices reduced to suit the hard
Call on or write to
I. A. McDOWELL,
Newberry, S. C.
Better Goods und Lower Prikez.
AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
at J. S. R USSELL'S.
DIR. IIOUER & lBEBR,
Physicians an dSurg eons
Office-Main Street; Room 14, over
Boozer & Goggans' store.
Extract of Beef.
PUEST BEEF TEA CHEST
in the- Kitchen for Soups, Sauces and
cm.. eada ar I aig
mensumvan Feeble mnaanwb.
PLEASE PAY UP.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
..us by note or account will please
call and settle the same at once as we
need money and must have what you
Don't put this matter off, but call at
once and save trouble.
A. M. BOWERS & CO.
- - ~
Trial.. why sufter from th
Kidneyand Liver Disease,]
kind of weakness, or other
and keep you in health.
prove this, I will send .
to any one on trial, free
Prices, $S, *6. $15, and $15, if
Batteries. Costs nothing to
teed- to last for years
to-day. Give waist measur
THE 8'TA1DAED's MARCH TO VICTORY.
Set of Attachments free with Standard Machlu
Christmas is only a few days ab
off. Have you thought about st
.presents? Don't buy nic-nacs w
and gew-gaws, but
GET SOMETHING 1
for the children and friends. I
Dodit waste moneyi; but BUYja
WHERE E VE RY C ENT E
CO UNT S.
How 'would a pretty dress do?
Or say apair of nice shoes? Thess a
Bring Solid Comfort' '?
as well as pleasure. Then I have
a complete line of b
Silk, Lined. and Cotton, .
plain and embroidered. IS
.ekwa of all kin ds. idrn
Neckear- fr me, wmen ti
Towels, Doylies, ir
Napkins and - i
for the housekeeper. Can
you please her better ? Then
Useyour judgment this time and call E
on me. I will be glad to see you and is
show you rry stock. i
- Yours truly, s
J. 0. Davenport~
Niewberr , S. C.
57 S. BROAD ST., ATI ANTA, CA.
Iho Lealing Commercial Cllege of the South
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and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
stamp for book
PBJ.P.DBE600L3CO., Leulife, Kjr.
NOTII OP. EJONR
ON THE 3RD OF JANUARY, 1893,f
the Board of County Commission- '
er will elect thie following offcers:
.Keeper of the Poor House, Physician
to Poor House and Jail. 4
Sealed bids will be received until the, s
time named. The r'ght is reserved to
eet any and all bd.
Border of the Board of County
THOS. S. SEASE,
bad effectaef the La Grip Lame Back,
Ctseamatism, Indigestion, Dpepsia,an
diseases. when Eiectricityw ncure yu
(Headache relieved in one minute.) '
L JUDD'S ELECTRICBE
try them. Can be regulated to suit, an
A Belt and Battery combined, and pro
to shock. Free Medical Advice. 'Write
~, price and full particlas
Address DD'JIDD, Detroit, Mch.
MOST SIMPLE AND LIGHT
RUNNING Machine made.
.It does the largest range of work.'
of any machine and gives entire
satisfaction. Being a continuous
movLment, gets rid of all friction.
SIX YEARS on - the market,
and 200,000 Machines sold, 10,000
sold within last the year.
THE LADIES LIK IT and PRAISE lI,
[Standara nutary' Snnttle
one solid piece of steel]
No Preaking eedles or Skippng_tiehes.
ORZ Fr vE Y.EAR S.
D. B. WHEELER,
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
NEWBERRY, S. C.
It would be to the interest of
every citizen of Newberry and the
County who are. thinking of buy
ing a machine to call on D. B.
Examine The Standard
BEFORE BUYI G NY 0TREI.
Still in the Lead.
With the best and largest assortment
Men's, Youth's and Boy's Fall and
linter Clothing that has ever been
[own in the State. My counters are
aded down with not only the latest
yles, but the latest production in
eave, color and pattern which are
imerous in designs. This stock:can
)t be excelled for quantity, quality,
yle and price. The double-breasted
ek suits are in the lead.this season,
it closely followed by the single
-easted- square and round cut. In
itawaysuits the Three-button Cuta
ay Coat will be the popular coat in
is style of garment, while the shapes
cutaways will be found in stock to
it the taste of my customers. This
ock consists of Homespun, Cheviots,
assimeres, Silk Mixtures and Melton
r business. For dress suits in Cutz
mays Prince Arthur -and Prince
Ibert you will find the popular Ca'
lack Diagonal, Simn0ies Whip Cr
ad Corkscrews, these are the correct
ods for dress.
In furnishing goods,mystock is made
tractive by its quality.and prices of
nderwear, &c., usually found in this
~patment. My line is domplete in
rery detail showing-you all the latest
>velties that are out for the season. I
n still agent for the Dr. Jaeger Sani
,ry Woolen System of Underwear.
rders for ladies, gents or children w ill
attended to promptly. I have
ken' the agency of the celebrated
argrfold Hygienie Underwear which
recommended by eminent 'hsi
ans as W. B. Taylor, A. N. Tal,
eorge Howe, Jr., and .Francis D.
indall, of Columbia, S. C., but for
e want of space could give the names
physicians in nearly every county
In Neckwear I hav'e not only the
t, but the largest display of the
test colors and. patterns, showink
rery thing that is corect in style and
My Hat department is filled with all
e latest shapes and colors in soft and
if Hats. In Boys' and Children's
ats and Caps I am showing all the
test novelties and styles, making the
rgest and -best assorted line ever
town is the city. Call and see. what
in store for you here. Now don't be
ik ward about comning here, but come
ght in and it will give me pleasure in
iowing you the stock.
M. L. KINARD,
jPOpposite Grand Gentral Hotel.
0t er olr
3rde Copsto rsn orNl
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Window Shatles, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, .Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed ins house,
to be retailed at lowest manufactur
ers' prices. We haae controtbf t6
largest factories in the tf:'S. ani
can-quote you prices thatwill open
your _eyesin wonder and convince
you that we are_givingthe best val
ue ever offered in this land.
Special Offer No. 1
Toitroucemy uslesain ev ry
neighborbood in the:quickest.pos
ble manner, we w -you ame
Bedroom Suite comp'lete; eons
'ig of One Bedstead, full- z and
high head One Bureau withl
One Wash-stand, One cent e
Four cane seat.chair, One Rocker
to match, well wortb 2 bntin -
trodnce my gosin your,egb~
hood we will sell youthis fa bed
room suit for $14.25, #hen the cash
comes with the order.'- Rememe
this Is $14.25 for a neat -Bedrooi
Suit such as you sualy"-havet
pay $20 for.
BESIDES this Suite, we have s
t many other suites In Wart
, Poplar, and all the popuar
woods, runmnig in price from thi
cheapest'up to undreds of.dllars.
for a Suite.
~peciald~aroedSit d t
Our manufaeturer wants us to sel
for his account
5,000 Parlor Siiits
bet ome stc*l is t'ais A "
nation colors, or banded. Regular.
price $40.00. We-run them
hA Wlut Lounge, elegaty up
OUR STOVE SALE isequafDyin
r stig -oe. eavy cts .are
Farnmer Girl, Worlds Wa dr n
dianola, Mamie, EnJ4sn
of other stoves. -
pieces of ware, for 8&00-adro
this up. We carry 3,000 stoves u
1,000 Cornice Poles 25 ctsa ach
1,000 Window Shades 8x7 test on~
spring roller and fringet:87 as.,
each. Now, see hriWanot;
quote you .eyth ~ ehave
got in a store- otiig~,0
teet of fioor rom eie-isan.
n*,xes and acoy-in another pr
of the town. We shall be peae to
send you anytigabove men
tioned, or wilsend
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisemerit in Tzr
HanAn &rm Nzws, publisahd at
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sent0.. .D. or on con.
and publishers of this neror -c
any bianking concern in Agsta,
or to the-Southern Express C.,-all
of whom know-us personally.
Address all orders to the
805 Broad Street. Factory 549 and
*551 Broad Street. -
Angu8la, - - GeOrga
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