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, . m ayneLeavel has re
eat to become pastor of t
i Peebyterlan.echrch of Houston
:owe :us, on. note or ac count
us and preserve your credit
o Bankof.wberr wil
owdend of oper cent. tolt,
o .snand after January 1st
h otaamount to be paidul
hwil be tie biggest divi
eelared by any bank in thi
and Embroidery Silk for sah
tes hotogp aller.
. temj aof the CoaatyLllaoeo.
:- nty Farmers'. Alliance wi:
oaFriday, January 13th. Sub.
O res-wil send in their quarterl
-- epos- at once to the County Secre.
J,S. Newman, of Clemson Col
1 wl make an address on the sub
.to restore wornout land.'
will be public, anad all are
?dsydvited to hear it. -
F.~ BOYD, Secretary.
A New Ee.taurant.
~ ~~1f,J.A.West has opened a neat,
~nc~ fortable restaurant int the
drcbfing mn reair of Mr. Klett
-o&where he ist t<
- svorg meat at 0 e
~'i~ 3in Thompson's creditable
ornneat the Academy of Music
-~~ . its-amusing and entertain
nto ,.he .performance of
Ather and Actor does ample
-MLThonpson is a whole hosi
hmefand'fairly peopled the stage
hliis elever personationi
~ ~familiar nationaltypes. II
~rte mpossible to describe the
ofMr. Thompson's entertain
bt.k~ept the audienee in con
Vgood hunmor smiles and laughter.
~iFNews and Courier.
-- e.ue and Lot For sale.
~OBoundry street, ,joining lands o1
Rogpgans, G. A. Langford, andi
~is.For further information apply
e S8ummer prs , or W. M. Wilson,
Per sale or Bent.
d )e farm near Jalapa and one be.
~~enNewberry and Prosperity. Foi
Newberry, S. C.
L4 3desieson is making arun on clothing
~give him acalL. tf.
D)eath of a Colored Centenarian.
Mareni Rtice, Sr., the father of Rev.
iA).4&Bee, ofthe A.M. E. Church, died
ei oathe-plantation of his son D. S. Rice
NFrnear Wallaceville, S. C.,a feii
welt known by many of tbe white citi
s of Union, Laurens and Newberry
An:7d held in repute as well by the col
t&- -rd people as an upright' and hones
-ilan. He made a very good crop this
g ear and ploughedit all himself. Hi
Sdied in peace with God and man and:
'wa a host of kindred and friendi
~Catarr Cannot be Cured
O0CAL APPLTCATIONS, as
eycannot reach the seat of the dis
~.eise. Catarrh is .a bi ood or constituti<
~Ynai4dises and in order to cure It yot
amust -take internal remedies. Hall'j
atarth Cure is taken internally, and
aC3directly on-the blood and mucomi
su.rfaces. Ball's Catarrh Cure is not s
eaqsiek medicine. It was prescribed by
~one of the beat psilansin this coun
omof the best toic
nwn, combtned with the best blood
=iesactingdirectly on the mucone
-Mes- The perfect combination ej
4toingredients is what produes
-w onderful results in- curing Ca
=rh Bend for testimonials, free.
.J.CHENEY & CO,, Props., Tole
by druggists, price 75e.
in need is afriend indeed, and no
onomiflion eole have found jus
arind in Dr. KIgs New Discover3
ption,Ch, and Cols if
wi1 convince you ithas won
powers in anl diseases o
hCest and Lungs. Each bottle i?
todo all that ia claimed or mone:
' Trial bottles free at Bobert
er's Diug store. Lange boutle.ssa
Coughs, Colds, Croup
'g Cough, Asthma
diseases of the Throa
ngs, there is no rem
~ual to Robe rtson'
&gh Syrup man
while the assortments
-Lutheaa Christmas Tre.
The Christmas tree by the Lutheran
Sunday-school on Monday night was
a very pretty holly. It was decorated
with many ornaments, boxes of con
fectionery and loaded with the golden
hued orange. The music was rendered
in excellent voice and tim'e, although
a of a difficult character. The song by
the girls and boys and the infant class,
"Come to the Christmas tree," with
chorus by the school, was charming.
The recitation by Carrie Mayes and
Edward Houeat delighted the entire
audience. The song, "Unfurl the ban
ner,' with. bell accompaniment by
Prof. Voigt in the chorus, was rendered
with thrilling effect. Those who were
not present missed a good Christmas
Artist's Tube-Oil Paints, Picture Al
bums, Easels, and an assortment of
nice Picture. Frames for sale at Salter's
Died.. it mmona, Va.
Mr. W.F. Ewartreceived a telegram
yesterday morning from Rev. James
Y. Fair, of Richmond, Va., stating that
Miss=Jo P. Fair.died in that city .on
Tuesday morning, 27th inst. Her re
mains will be brought to Prosperity for
burial. The interment will take place
on Thursday of this week.
Miss Fair,will be kindly remem
bered by many in this community as a
refined and gentle person of lovable
S. B. JOKES has just received
a freslisupply of
Pruies, Mince Meat,
Hecker's Buck Wheat,
Becker's Graham Flour,
Hecker's Oat Meal,
All of which are first class and
Trhe New Trial Justice..
[The new reform Legislature has given
us two additional trial justices but.has
reduced the pay of those in the county
from $50 to $40. The'following are the
For N~ewberry, H. H. Evans; Pros
perity, S. L. Fellers; Whitmires, J. S.
McCarley; Jalapa, J. W. D. Johnson;
No. 6, W. G. Peterson; No. 7, W. J.
'Longshore; No.* 8, L. W. Etheridge;
INo. 10, G. M. Singley; No. 11, J. B.
The additional Trial Justices are L.
W. Etheridge in No. 8, and 0. M!.
Singley in No. 10.
Calhoun F. Boyd has been appointed
Treasurer and Wallace C. Cromer
John N. Feagle was reappoined Jury
All .the appointments were confirmed
by the Senate.
As timefr e 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 Bowls, Infant Sets,
Finger Bowls, Fancy Baskets,
Water Sets, Odor Cases,
Japanese Novel- Baskets Perfume,
Toilet Waters, Frames,
FinePerfumes, Maniceure 5Sfts.
Plush and Leather Dressing Cases.
We have a pretty assoitmnent of
Photograh Albums, all styles
W. E. Belcher & Co.
R. C. WILLEAMS',
Boehlen's Arntes Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for,Cuts. Sores,
Bre, Ucrs. Sat Bchum, Feve soresTt
all Skin Erptlons, and posiiel cures
oecents peb. For sale by Robet
son & Gilder.
We have just opened a very hand
some assortment of Fancy Crockery
and Cut Glass, suitable for Wedding
and Birthday Presents, which we, offer
at Reasonable Prices. It will pay you
-to call and examine our stock before
Sbuying elsewhere. &Gi ,
4 ~ -,
vaious AND ALL ABOUT.
Next Monday is the first saleday of
the new year.
The snow on Tuesday morning was
the heaviest in six years. j
Mr. John H. Wicker has gone to At
lanta to buy mules.
The Legislature has really adjourned,
and the solons have gone home.
See notice of election in Rutherford
School District in another column.
Mr. Copeland, of Copeland & Tribble,
left'yeeterday for Atlanta to buy mules.
Notice of dividend by the Newberry
Cotton Mill may be found in another
Remember that next Saturday is the
last day for paying taxes without the
Newberry has enjoyed-a quiet Christ
mas.. The biggest noise was made by
the darkies'pretty much in whiskey on
On the day before Christmas only
four bales of cotton were brought to
town. There is yet about 2,000 bales
in the county.
The attention of our readers, and the
children especially, is directed to the
Christmas story in this issue by a well
known writer of Newberry.
- Miss Lucy Bowers has an orange
tree from which she pulled last week
an orange fully matured. The tree
bore several more that did not mature.
Miss Nannie McCaughrin, sister of
Mr. R. L. McCaughrin, had a partial
stroke of paralysis on Monday morn
ing. Yesterday afternoon she was
The Herald and News takes no vaca
tion. It goes to its readers this week
as usual. We wish all our friends,.
and enemies, too, if we have any, a
Happy New Year.
Clerk of Court Jno. M. Kinsrd has
given his bond as Clerk in the sum of
$10,000 with the following sureties:
B. F. Griffin, W. T. Tarrant, L N.
Gary, Jas. A. Burton, R. L. McCaugh
rio, Jas. J. Lane, A. M. Bowers, R. H.
Wright, James McIntosh, O. B. Mayer.
To the beautiful assortment of Christ
mas and New Year Goods in stock at
Mr. C. W. Collings' store, which we
intended calling attention but inad
vertently failed, we invite the reader's
attention if it be not too late for the
Now's the time to buy your flour.
Summer Bros. is the place to get it.
Cheapest ever known.
Obelisk, first patent $4.50; Favorite,
second patent, $4; Blue Bird, $3.75;
Waterloo, $3.50; Old Hickory, $2.90.
These prices are strictly cash. tf.
Representative Cole. L. Blease is on
a visit to Pendleton.
Mr. J. 3. Lane has gone to Charles
ton ori business and pleasure.
Mr. David Boozer, of Columbia, Is
visiting relatives in Newberry.
Mr. Duncan Wallace is home from
Woftford College for the holidays.
Mr. Hood, of Spartanburg, is visiting
Mr. B. E. Jualien at the village.
Mr. D. Luther Barre, of -Lexington,
is visiting relatives in Newberry.
Mrs. S. B. Boozer has gone on a visit
to Mrs. J. T. Bowles at Augusta, Ga.
Rev, and Mr,s. W. W. Daniel are
spending the week at Dyson with rela
Mr. Prioleau Rook, of Edgefield, is
visiting relatives and friends in New
Mr. John Owen and daughter,'of
Greenwood, are visiting relatives at
Mr. P. G. Elliser is home from the
Charleston Medical College to spend
Mr. and Mrs. John Stalnaker, of
Silver Street, are visiting supervisor
Miss Willie Cozby, of the Women's.
College, Columbia, is home to spend
.Mr. John W. Chapman and family
have gone on a visit to relatives in
Mr. Fred. Zobel and family and Mr.
Will Zobel, of Charleston, are visiting
Mr. Eugene Greneker, of the South
Carolina Railway,is spending Christ
mas in Newberry.
Mr. Geo. M. Kinard, of the G., C. &N.
Road, has been on a visit to his father
Mr. Jas. H. M. Kinard.
Mrs. John Robinson, of Raleigh,.
N. C., is visiting her sister Mrs. F. A.
Schumpert, in Newberry.
Mr. Pierre Mazyck, of the South
Carolina Railway, is on a visit to his
father, Capt. N. B. Mazyck.I
Congressman Johnstone arrived in
Newberry on Saturday from Washing
ton to spend the holidays at home.
County Commissioner Shockley and
family spent the Christmas holidays
at their old home in Laurens County.
Misses Fannie: and Lucy McCaugh
rin are home frain the Women's Col
lege, Columbia, to. spend the holidays.
Prof. Frank Evatis is on a visit to his
old home at Marion. Mrs. Evans' is
visiting her father Dr. Jas. A. Barks
dale at Laurens.
Mr. Frank B. Lane is home from
Clifton, on a visit to his mother Mrs.
Harriet Lane. His imany friends are
glad to see him looking so weli.
fr. W. H. Hunterja former Herald
a JNews typo, but nbw employed on
th State printing, came up and rested
Cniristmas day from his arduous work.
We were glad to see him looking so
well after fAch a siege of day and
By special arrangements with pub
lishers I am now selling school books at
the wholes~ale list price, thus reducing
the retail price considerably. This is
as low as they can be sold any where,
and on account-ef the exceedingly low
price will have to be sold strictly f~J
cash. I have a full' supply oN$cboo'
and (!ollege Text Books on ha N.and
am now ready to sell them at thejw
tf. Z. 'F. WRGHT.
Shoes Shoes, Shoes.
Zeigler's well known Shoes. J. Faust;
& Son's Shoes. Alisolid as a silver dol
ir at MowEE'S. tf
Buy your shoes from Jamieson's, he!
carries the best stock in N~ewberry. tf.
Highest of afR in Leaveing P
The Newberry Cotton Mills made
15,000 yards more cloth for the two
weeks ending December 19th than it
has ever produced in the same length
The spoolers and the weavers in the
mill made the increase by working on
extra time, and being paid by the piece
they got each a nice little sum for
Christmas. The work was eutirely
optional with them and they chose
gladly to do it.
It will. be Impossible for the mill to
make a similar record under the Fae
tory. law which goes into effect next
April. Under this new law the New
berry Cotton Mills will use annually
2.50 bales of cotton less than by the
Rheumatism knocked higher than a
kite. Mr. J. N Bucher, Mineral Point,
Ohio, deposes and says: "I have used
Salvation Oil for rheumatism, and in
one or two applications knocked it
higher than a kite."
My whole stock of goods and build
ng. Or I will sell the stock of goods
and rent the store and dwelling. Now
is the time to get bargains at
ly. J.S. RUSSELL'S.
Dr. Coke Smith Accidentally Shot.
It will be unpleasant news to the
hosts of warm friends in this State of
the Rev. Dr. A. Coke Smith to know
that he was accidentally shot a short
time ago, but it will gi~ve pleasure to
know that he is not seriously hurt. A
Portsmouth, Va., paper says:
"Last Monday while out gunning
the Rev. Dr. Coke Smith came near
being seriously, it not fatally, shot. It
seems that the accident occurred as
follows: Dr. Smith's son, a friend and
the doctor were out hunting partridges.
The doctor was on one side of a ditch
and the other parties were on the
opposite side, the ditch being partly
filled with undergrowth. A covey of
birds flew up from the bushes and the
doctor's son fired without properly ob
serving the position of his father, and
the doctor received six or seven shot in
theface; two below each eye and one
going through his jaw and striking the
tongue; one in the neck and one in the
wrist. Luckily the doctor is not seri
~ BARGAINS? BARGAINs!!I
In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
AslIwill be compelled togo to Flor
ida for the months of January, Febru
ary and March on account of my health,
ad will not keep my store open during
y absence; I offer my Stock from now
until January 1st for less than you have
ver bought the same goods before.
Eight flay Alarm Clocks for $3, worth
$5, and all other goods in proportion.
all soon, before the Stock is picked
over as I want to close out as much as I
an to save trouble of packing and stor
ing away until my return.
All per-sons who have watches, clocks
or jewelry left with me for reparing
will please call and get same by. Janu
a'ry 1st, or they will be sold for the
. JOHN F. SPECK,
00MH0ON! C0MB ALL!!
And see the
beautiful display of
FA NCY GOODS,
at prices to suit everybody's
pocket-rich and poor.
Don't put.off until the last
moment, and then 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.
* Aunts and
COME ONE !
without a moment's delay, to
- & ILDER'S
When Baby was sick, we gave her castoria,
w en she was a Ch11d, she cried for Castoria.
When she became X1s, she clung to Castoria.
Whenhe had Chldren, avhem Caoia
We desire to say to our citizens, th at.fTo
years we have been selling Dr. King's New
Iscry for Consmption, Dr. King' Ne
Bitters, and have never handled remedies
a es as welr tha have gien suc u.
versale Wesactines donhsit ae,t
To heEdthe please piceor yourtis
readers that I have a positive remed3
for the thousand and one ills 'whieb
arise from deranged female organs. I
shall be glad to sead two bottles of my
remedy Free to any lady If they will
send their %xpress and P. O, address,
wer.--Latest U. S Gov't Report
Postponement of the ?iay.
Owing to the fall- of the "beautiful
snow" and consequent cold and disa
greeable weather, the curtain will not
rise to-night at the old building of the
Herald and News. Managers Greneker
& McCaughrin, of the Y. B. T. C., beg
to inform the pleasant public and pa
trons of the play, that the entertain
ment advertied for Tuesday night,will
come off Tbursday the 29th. Perirm
ance at the same place and hour and
for the same price of admission.
A ChildEn joys.
The pleasant flavor, gentle action
and soothing effect of Syrup of Figs,
when in need of a laxative, and if the
father or mother be costive or bilious,
the most gratifying results follow its
use; so that it is the best family remedy
known and every family should have
Globe-A nice woven, light, imported
Corset. Warner's Health Coraline,
and 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 be had,
Jackets-Of these we have a very
choice stock in the latest styles.
Blankets.-In good supply and low
Come and look through our stock.
ly C. & G. S. MOWER Co.
N.wberry Building and Loan Association.
The members of the Newberry Build
ing and Loan Association are hereby
notified that the 88th assessment will
be- due and must be paid Thursday,
January 5, 1892, and that the- Board
of Directors will meet in the Council
Chambers on Saturday, January 7,
1892, at 8 o'clock p. m., to sell the
money on hand.
Any one wishing to borrow money
from the association can leave his ap
plication with the secretary at the Na
tional Bank of Newberry.
J. W. M. Snoss,
A pure old whiskey is always free
from fusil oil which is a poison and
which should not be taken into the
system. Age eliminates it from he
spi:i by oxidation, and it is converted
in fragrant ethers which give the
bouquet to whiskey.
I. . Harper's Nelson County, Ky.,
whiskey is shipped to the dealer direct
from the distiller. It is old and ab
solutely pure, nothing better or purer
on the market. -
Sold only by
THos. Q. BoZER,
New berry, S. C.
Dollie Elizabeth Deflihns was born
in Newberry County on the 7th of
May, 1870. Her parents were Joseph
F. and Mary C. Abram4. Her father
died when she was three years old and
she was reared by her grand parents,
M. J. and E. W. Reese, with whom
she remained until she was married to
W. E. DeHihns on the 28th of Janu
ary, 1892. Early in life she became a
member of the Enoree Baptist church
and lived and died in the faith. She
was an exemplary Christian and a du
tifal and obedient daughter. She made
many friends by her -amiable and
friendly spirit. Her death occurred on
the 22d instant and in the 23d year of
her age. at her home in Columbia, and
leaves an infant five weeks old, togeth
er with a devoted husband, mother,
brothers, sisters, grandparents and
other relatives and friends to mourn
her departure. *
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
ntly yet prompty on teKidneys,
tem 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 tuybeneficial in-its
effects, prepared onyfrom die most
healthy and ~be sn'stances, ita
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
Syuof Fig is for sale in 50c
and $1bottles byall leading drug
gists. Any reibe druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes totry it. Do not accept any
CALUFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co.
8AN FRANCI8CO, CAL,
L0OW8VI:ZE, AY. MEW TOIRK.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NEWBERRY COUNTY-IN PRO
By J. B.'Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, JOHN M. KINARD,
as Clerk of Court, hath made suit
to me to grant him letters of administra
tion of the derelict estate and effects of
Benjamin F. Wood, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at New
berry Court House, on the 31st day of.
January next, after publication here
of, at II o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause. if any they have, why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand this 21st day
of December, Anno Domnini 1892.
J. P. N. C.
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
It Was Held at the Aimory of the New
berry Eiles Last ariday Night.
On last Friday night, at the Armory
of the Newberry Bifies, a most de
lightful dance was given by the young
men of Newberry. There were several
visiting ladies present, and everything
glided smoothly and happily along
until the small hours of the morning,
when the happy party dispersed.
The german was led by Mr. Nat
Gist and Miss Mattie McCaughrin.
The music was furnished by the Co
lumbia band and was very fine.
Below we give a list of those present:
Mrs. S. J. McCaughrin, pink henri
etta, pink silk trimmings, diamonds.
Mrs. L. W. C. Blalock, salmon pink
silk, point de gene lace trimmings, en
Mrs. J. W. Chappell, pink china
silk, cream chiffon trimmings, pearls.
Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes, crimson silk,
en train, velvet trimmings, gloves and
slippers to match, diamonds.
Mrs. J. D. Davenport, handsome
costume of white ottoman silk, lace "
and diamonds, -en train, gloves and
slippers to match.
Mrs. E. M. Evans, garnet silk and
Mrs. Dr. J. H. McIntosh, a very
handsome costume of crimson satin,
with black lace, diamonds.
Mrs. 0. E. Johnson, Charleston,
black grenadine, jet and ribbon trim
Miss Janie Vance, Clinton, corn
colored silk, oxeye daises.
Miss Mattie McCaughrin, very dainty
ostume of white organdy, with pink
silk trimmings, diamonds.
Miss Fannie McCaughrin, heliotrope
henrietta, ribbon trimmings.
Miss Essie Marion, Rich burg, cream q
silk sublime, with chiffon trimmings,
en train, pearls.
Miss Lizzie Glenn, cream silk sub
lime, en train, gloves and slippers to
Miss Hettie Lake, white - satin and
lace, pearls, decollette.
Miss Lois Fant, empire gown of
cream henrietta and satin, en train.
Miss Mary Wright, delicate pink
silk mull, cream trimmings, ostrich
tips, en train, pearls.
Miss Sallie Wheeler, canary-colored
silk mull, 'ribbon trimmings to match.
Miss Eloise Welch, cream henrietta,
lace and ribbon trimmings, en train,
Miss Ola Wilson, ceil blue henrietta,
cream silk and lace trimmings.
Miss Tilla Boozer, empire gown,
cream bedford cord, ribbon trimmings,
Miss Lilly Honour, Charleston,
cream silk sublime, lace trimmings,
en train, pearls and natural flowers.
Miss Laura Blease, cream china silk,
beaded lace trimmings, diamonds.
Miss Sara Lane, black lace costume,
with lilac silk trimmings.
Miss Louise Tarrant, cream henri
etta, lace trimmings, handsome cream.
Miss Annie Hartzog, Greenwood,
pink china silk, pink ribber and
black velvet trimmings. -
Miss -Virginia Sondley, b'rile,
pink safin, light blu- ,rmlngs,
Miss Emma Riser, pink albatross,(
-Miss Sarah Metts, gray mohair prin- t6
cess costume, light blue tri'mmings, f
demi-train, natural flowers.v
Miss Gertie Piester, cream mohair,
old rose silk and 'lace trimmings, ene
Miss Emma Sanders, Ninety-Six,
cream crepe de chine, flowers and lace
Miss Cornelia Coppock, princess cos
tume of cream henrietta, en train,
pearls. . P
Miss Lucy McCaughrin, blue china 3E
ilk, ribbon and lace trimmings.
The following were the gentlemen
Maj. L. W. C. Blalock, E. M. Evans,
I. W. Chappell, 0. McB. Holmes, S.3.
McCaughrin, H. H. Evans, Dr. Jas. H.
McIntosh, L. E. Folk, Z. F. Wright,
Joe Scott, Wn. G3attis, W. A. McFall,
Y. B. Glasgow, B. G. Smith, 3. B.
mlih, Dr. Thos. Kinard, D. S. Rile-.
or, Jesse McFall, B. H.-Wearn, P. G.
Ellesor, J. M. Kinard, W. A. Fant,
Y. C. Wilson; Jr., Nat Gist, 3.. .Speck,
I. L. Kennerly, 5.3J. Wooten, F. B.
Mfcntosh, G. Frank Wearn, M. L. I
pearman, W. S. Sanders.
Considers it "a household necessity."
Ifr. A. J. Whiting, Newton, Kansas, i
accentuateshis opinion thus: "I have
sed Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in my
ramily for the last eight years and con-n
ider it a household necessity. .J
.TO THE WISE FOLKS! -W
Beautiful Goods S.
at Pelham's. _
Don' t wait until they ~
ae all sold!
Bridal Presents and
Chr is tmas Pr es.ents
The prettiest, the C.
the most tasteful,*d
the latest line of pr
a:t Pelham's Drug Store
Buy the Lilly Bracket handsewed
hoes, the best made. -- tf.
Handsome and durable jewelry al-]
ways in stock and repairing done neatly 3
and quickly by C. W. Collings. t. re
In your home!
Buy the genuine A
Sold for2 2 cts. -
for Infants ar
fnown tome." H.d A= .X D.,
t18. Ozfwras, Broo1a, .Y.
"The nse of 'Catorias; soniversal and
tmrit sowelknown thatit seemsswort
ndorse Few reth
t iwhodootkep Catoria
They have the largest stock
ualities and prices in the up-cc
Remember you can. get anytl
1eapest and from the largest to1
WE i)IffN PROPOSP I
Come and examine our stoc]
'RICES AND QUALITY coun
fi IrlhIterse Liea
dUST RECEIVED FROM
Thanking you for past favors, and hopi
We are yours,
Vice President. -
weReplying to yours
that wehave a large number 4
he"Caligraph") in use in this
aeproved to be well adapted I
)say that -our experience cor
rmled before adopting it, that th
> our services than any other ty
ge. Yours truly,
C. IRVINE WALKER, JR. & CO.,
General Agents, 11 Broad St., Oh
For bseautiful wedding ana Christmas fST.
esents canl on C. W. Collings, the C
weler. He has some gems of beuy
HO WANT THEd
BEST SHOES -
~)ULD BUY THS
.P. Reed T
LAW OFFICES. sr
3HE.UNERSINE HAVE the
-formed a Law Partnership under
e name of Mower & Bynum, and
Ill practice in.all the Courts. [L.
ffices at .Newberry and Prosperity' F
C. GEO. S. MOWER.
FRANK L. BYNUTM.
)TI 0iB FINAL SETTlEMEiN*
AND DISCHiARlGE i
iN THE 28TH DAY OF DE- 6th
.1 cember, 1892, I will make -a final
tlement of the estate of Andrew
omer, deceased, and apply for a final
scharge as adminstrator. Persons -
lding claims against the estate must
esent the.same to Ci. G1. Sale, Esq.,
y attorney, on or before said date.
BIJINTR1AT9I1 i.~ Pr
)Y ORDER OF THE PROBATE
)Court we will sell on Tuesday, the
Lh day of December,;1892, at the late
sidence of H4nry Hendrix, now de
sed, at 11 o'clock a.'in.
2 Mules, 1 wagon, Farming imple
ets, Buggy, Corn and Fodder.
ERMS of sale: Cash.
T. F. HENDRIX,
Administrators of the Pergonal Es-.
t of Henry Hendrix,;deceased.
\N SALEDAY 1N 3ANUARYt;
) 1893, withinthelegalhours of sal,
e Newberry- Building and lnves-~
entompany-will sell at puhble auc-~~
,FiveSharesofCapraStock stand- M
g inthe namneof W. O.Goree. n
THE. NEWBEERY .BUILDiNG -
By 0. BMAYE, President.f
. H. W&ans,.Secretary.
Miany Persons.are broken
rosironBitters Rebnds the
Hem w -ie slp aan promotes d
"For eeveral ye& Iave
ZDWNF. PA=MZ.X It A
sei inthrop"125th 8steland
of New Goods .o a l
king from the finest to the
he smallest :made.
1, and we will sell you
of ew S ' ;
ng to mnerita continuanceudn
ecembe - th
of recent dae I aett
o our use, and e argl'
)eWnter .W1tu le k 9
LTE OF SOUTH CAOl -
HE COURT OF PBOBATE.,
n M. Kinard, Crkof the' r~
anus noi'fWshinto L
ine Godrdine,Csltt W1d
on ar~e hereby suzmmonedad
red to answer intfebd>o
t in this aeti6hIh
office ot u~dge -o P or> -
I county: herewith- seresipo~
and to serve a.cp oyp
wer to the said iako
subscribers :st teirr offlee .
rberry Courthiouse-In said Coby
rice-bereof,-excluslve of the&de of
b service; and if you faiFfoae*~/
plitifi iu this action willpp~o
Court for relief demanded&]
J. B. FELLRT
lease take notice that thecoda~t
he foregong action waa~dfl h
e of Judge of Probate frebiy
nty, State of South-Oarolina auh
day of December, 1892.
JONES & 3OE; 5
Plaintiff's Attorne~ _
ewberry, S. C.
rHOS. S. SEASE, ;
NEWBER RY, ..
ctices in all the Courts6o ttae
ectioD8 a spedialry
ierni a+an.f ay annti ! JwYtthe
rza.same ~ .. W XCsse.
awhnenta W 4. k. -
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