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A ND SPECIAL
4'Speek House and Lot on Cal
JOHN O. PEOPLES.
a C. and- G. Agent.
as. A Burton has been ap
agent of the Rieh:nond & Dan
road at=ewberry, in place of
..Pol, re igned. Mr. Burton
-krcharge this morning.
- - Seed Hulls for Sale by
JAS. F. TODD.
Referred to Met Chalmers,
ill be.about 500 poll tax de
on the lists this year. Many
delinquents don't know that
on the books.
have a lot of Good Mules on
t week. Wait for us.
J. P. & T. C. PooL.
.& L. .Railroad will soon
rk on the long looked for pass
- o. It,will be built on Friend
between the two railroads. It
ty Want to Swap.
Z E ood Mule-for a Family Horse.
tHerald and aws office. 2
To Eee Person2
2 owe tis on note or aceount.
payus and preserve your credit,
- and oblige us,
PEoPLES & JOHNSON.
County- Pension Board held a
on Monday. There were
k:Dr. Jas. Mcintosh and Mr. J.
ayIo -Mr. A. J. Livingstone being
W , Kooa was added to the
ners from this county, and
ancp Aull, C. B. Buist and N.
' regorr were reported dead. In
-the list remains as before.
L- iited Number.
6ot- 6r -ts raised Seed 0's
r.. :t oTood -Brootdfor sale.
L. W. FLOYD.
isSas Ncunie Mceaughrio.
munity was deeply grieved
f' he death of this most esti
iady; who died at. the residence
ber,-Mr. R. L. McCaughrin,
aughrin's death was the re
paralysis in the 65th year of her
dignified, gentle companion
-f his home; the tender,
eetEer-aunt; and. the faithful
.:counselor, her influence for
--ery great and will remain
cusremembrnce of a beau
Proof oats, County Raised.
BCE & SPEARIAN.
~-&boarab1 at Wfrord.
men of Spartanburg
-knth power of the Wofford
S~olto offer to each county
pwhich~ will reduce the
.~.ewinaiouopen to, all boys
~g of fouteen, and of good
Saa~lng wlf be held in New
on onday, January.20th, 1893,
m., for the scholarship.
'xinination will embrace ten
'etoseach ia English Grammar,
ti,U. S. History, and Geog
Cooommissioner Keitt will have
,,f andomeand durable jewelry al
in stock and repairing done neatly
nikyby C. W. Collings. tf.
- owberry Ran1r Election.
~ti~~tioal Bankof Newberry elee
fbllowing directors last Tues
- B.L. McCaughrin, John B. Car
JkDr. B. C. Carlisle, Dr. M. A. Ben
~2wjc~ Jo0. Peoples, R. H. Wright,
-~ artin, J. F. J: Caldwell, Dr.
es l^entosh. The directors held
metng anrd elected. the following
B.L. McCaughrin, president;
no unan,.eashier; 3. W. M. Sim
uo ssifant cashier; John S. Car
6d okkeeper; Richard H. Wearn,
~~-oferOne Hundred Dollars Re
brany case of Catarrh that can
becred by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
D HENEY & CO., Props., To
etheundersigned, have known F.
eyfor thelast 15 years, and be
v~bm-erfectly honorable in all
-transactions. -and financially
tocaryout any obligations made
t& Truax, holesale Druggists:
-~-holesale Druggists, Toledo,
..iasCatarif Cure is taken intern
aAtng directly upon the blood and
surfaces of the system. Price,
'~~rbotitle. Sold by all Druggists.
H raene, Ribbonsene, Knitting,
g and Embroidery Silk for sale
Ster's Photograph Gallery. tf.
-. ANew Restaurant.
fJ.West has opened a neat,
and comfortable restaurant in the
wjriek buildinlg in rear of Mr. Klett
store, where he is prepared, to
ea savory meal at short notice.
that the markets afford will be sup
te tastes of his guests in a
wee, cleanly an(i app 'way and
at reasonable prices. tf.
My whole stock of goods and build
- ng Or I will sell the stock of goods
and rent the store and dwelling. Now
. s the time to get bargains at
ly J. S. RUSSELr'S.
-Zeigler's well known Shoes. J. Faust
&Som's Shoes. Allsolid as a silver dol
lar at MowER's. tf
-sremedy is becominig so wefl know
az%d ao pular as to need no saecial men
1ion. whiIvo have used Electric titters sing
sa. -tme song of praise. ..A purer medicine
np. at*5 existad it is guaaneed to do all
Sselaimed. Electric Bitters winl cure all
~ of the Liver and Kidneys. will re,
-mvPhnples~, Boils. Salt Rheum,-and other
by impure blood. will driv
,n'a3wafom the system and prevent s well
Mais iarial fevers. For cure of Head
~ Constiption ad Indigestion try El'-c
4a~i~rEztire'satbfacti on guaranteed
*refunded. Price 50 cts. and $1 per
Gider's Drug Store.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. <a
:The weather has been very cold for
the past two weeks. Did you know it?
Rev. Win. Hayne Leavell will preach
in the Baptist church next Sunday
Mr. 0. Klettner bas moved to his
new home on the corner of Boundary
and Caldwell streets.
Justice Evans has had his office fitted
up in artistic style, and he has now a
very neat courtroom.
ANewberry man who h.as seen the
McGibeny Family says they give a
Mr. George McWhirter has moved to
his house recently occupied by Mrs.
Rufi as a boarding house.
Mr. Arthur Kihler is teaching at Al- z
lendale for Mr. Burr Johnstone, who 1
is at home with an atta--k of lagrippe. I
We are soon to have a .passenger 1
depot on the C. N. & L. R. R., so they
say. Why not a union passenger de
Mr. Harry H. Blease lost $31 on
Sunday. He dropped the money out
of his pocket he thinks near the post
Mrs. McKellar fell upon the ice on
Monday morning as she went out of
the door into the yard and received
painful but not serious injuries.
r. J. Ches. Dominick bad his horse
to faT n the ice while he was com
ing to town on Monday morning. The
horse was not hurt, but had to be un
bitched from the buggy and lifted up.
Mr. R. H. Russell, supervisor on
the C. N. & L., will move to Pros
perity on February 1st. The sections
have been increased from six to eight
miles, and. he will be more centrally
Notice of dissolution of the firm of s
Boozer & Goggans may be found in an
other column.' Mr. S. P. Boozer also
has an announcement of his insurance t
business." 1is office. is up-stairs over r
the law office of Jones & Jones. s
Mr. Robert Moorman has sold his
house and lot on Cornelia street for t
l,000 cash to the New berry Methodist y
ircuit for their parsonage. Mr. Moor- t
rna and family will move to rooms at r
Hr. J. I. Fair's. while he builds his t
house on his place near Mr. W. B.
Aul's.. Rev. W. L. Wait and family
sxpect to move this week. -
Mayor Blalock may resign soon- n
.nd then again he may not. In any d
vent it is but simple justice to say that
be has.made one of the best mayors d
Newberry has ever had, and we hope o
he will serve out his present term at o
[east. Under the amendments. to the 1
:barter there will be no election before
The tickets for Dr. Talmage's lecture
in Columbia, to-night, are still at The
Eerald and News office. There have
not yet been thirty sold and we cannot
say whether the train will return at
ight or not. The price of the ticket is
$1.0 and the round trip railroad-fare
p2.45. - Tickets can be had by applying 3
at The Herald and News office.
'he Celebrated "Gold Dust.'" s
It is homne made. Its reputation
is self-made; It is the best
made Cwlth a.me analysts)'
We are manufacturing a Jim
ited numjer of tons for this
season, and request those who
anticipate using "Gold Dust"
to put in their orders as early
as possible, as the demand for
the past season has been larger
than we could supply, and we
are anticipating a larger de
mand than ever.
For prices, terms, &c., apply to
L. W. F'LOYD,
Sec'y, Treas. and Manager,
NEWBERRY OIL MILL.
ffice at Purcell & Spearman's
Mr. C. W. Miller has returned to
Mr. Jas. F. Epting is on a visit to
relatives in Georgia.
Miss Lula Pitts, of Laurens, is visit
ing Mrs. F. Z. Wilson. 4
Mrs. L. W. C. Blalock has gone to
Godville to spend a few days.
Mr. Alan Johnstone left Monday for
Clemson College to look after the wvork
Mr. W. L. 1[atch, Secretary of t.he
Columbia Y. M. C. A., was in town last
Mr. 0. P. S.-on, of Chappells, was
shaking hands with his many friends
in Newberry Monday.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer and Dr. W. G.
Hoseal left on Monday for New York,
and will be gone several weeks.
Rev. Dr. F. W. E. Peschau, of Wil
mington, N. C., gave us a very pleas
ant call one day last week.
Rev. S. P. Hughes, former pastor of
the Lutheran church in Newberry but]
now of Red Hook, N. Y., arrived in
Newberry yesterday on a visit to his
many friends and former parishion
Mrs. Jos. Brown, who was called toi
Savannah on account of the illness of
her daughter, Miss Sallie, returned last<
week. Miss Rachel has gone to Savan-1
nah to take the place of Miss Sallie un
til she recovers.
Globe-A nice woven, light, imported
Corset. - Warner's Health Coraline,
and the celebrated Four-in-hand in t
A full line of the best gloves made.
"Centimeri"-Every pair sold.with a
Hosiery-The best btack to be had,
Blankets-In good supply and low
Come and look through our stock.
ly -C. &G. S. MOWIER CO.
Artist's Tube Oil Paints, Picture Al-E
bums, Easels, and an assortment of
nice Picture Frames for sale at Salter's
THE COLD WEATHEE.
rhe Prolonged Icy Wave--A Very Pretty
Ice Scene on the Saluda.
Newberry has experienced some cold
weather in former years, but the cold
save now present with us has broken
he record in duration. It eame on
)ecember 26th, and is now going into
is fourth week. During this time the
emperature has been above the freez
ng point only a day or two.
Monday morning was the coldest of
he present spell. At 7 a. m. the ther
nometer was 7 degrees.
On Saturday Scott's creek was frozen
ver and the ice would.bear the weight
f a grown person. The creek was
rozen over also on three successive
nornings. The thermometer on Sat
irday morning was 10. There was a
>ig fall of snow on Saturday night,
)ut it was melted by a rain, which was
ollowed by sleet. It thawed and froze
Llternately on Sunday with the course
f the sun, but the sleet is still with us.
Several young men went stating on
?aturday on the ice at Crotwell's pond.
The cold weather in January, 1886,
was of shorter duration, but the cold
was colder; the thermometer got down
:o tro. The cold wave lasted about a
THE PRETTIEST SIGHT
>f the cold spell was the Saluda River
.t Chappells on Saturday morning at
unrise. The river was frozen twenty
eet on each side, the ice varying in
hickness from three-fourths of an inch
o less than a sitternth towards the
aiddle of the strear,
Mr. O. P. Saxon, an early riser,
ieard the Saluda rushing along in an
inusual manner. He went down to
he river and witnessed a sight that
rould have passed for an Alaskan
cene. Huge masses of ice were rush
ng down the stream, piling up in
Poulders and then dashed away by the
orrent, with the rays of the rising sun
eflecting prismatic colors upon the
Other inhabitants of Chappells as
hey were informed of the rare sight
rent down to the river and admired
he scene for hours. A similar occur
ence has never before been witnessed
y the "oldest inhabitant."
lVE BELOW ZERO-AT GREENVILLE.
[Special to The State.]
GREENVILLE, Jan. 16.-The govern
aent thermometer here registered 5
egrees below zero at 7 o'clock this
Dorning, and nowhere in the city did
thermometer register less than one
egree below. Water pipes are frozen
r bursted. The Reedy river wasfrozen
ver this morning, and there is skeating
a and all around the city.
New Crop of
The best seed the
vorid over. Sow re
iable seed from a re
iable house. Avoid
eeds sold on commis
ion, they are old and
>ring nothing, but
)nly way to be in a
;ood humor all the
rear round is to plant
Buist's Garden Seeds
mnd Prime Onion Sets
md buy them from
The County Afiance.
The-county Alliance held its regular
iarterly meeting in Newberry last
riday. The meeting wias held in the
ffice of the County Auditor, the court
iouse not being finished.
The attendance was exceptionally
;ood, nearly every alliance in the
founty being represented.
There was very little business to be
ttended to, and the tirne was taken
ip in listening to an address by Mr.
3. E. Boggs, President of the Heywood
ounty Alliance of North Carolina,
ho happened to be in this section.
His was a good, practical address, and
vas enjoyed by the members present
State Lecturer J. R. Jeffries was also
>resent and made an address.
The meeting of course was secret and
eporters were not admitted.
Pro.!. Newman was not present.
BAEGAINS I BARGAINS!!
In Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, etc.
As I will be compelled togo to Flor
da for the months of January, Febru
~ry and March on account of my health,
nd will not keep my store open during
fly absence, I offer my Stock from now
mniil January 1st for less than you have
~ver bought the same goods before.
ight Day Alarm Clocks for $3, worth
5, and all other goods in proportion.
Jall soon, before the Stock is picked
ver as I want to close out as much a
an to save trouble of packing and stor
ng away until my return.
All persous who have watches, clocks
r jewelry left with me for reparing
ni please call and get same by Janu
try 1st, or they will be sold for the
JOHN F. SPECK.
- Bucklen's Armea salve.
The Eest Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores,
irses, Ulcers. Salt Eheum, Fever Sores,Tet
er, happe Hands, Chilblailns, Corns and
I Skin pions, and positively cures
iles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
ive perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
'rice 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
on & Gilder.
Female Weakness Positive Cure.
To the Editor : Please inform your
eaders that I have a positive remed3
or the thousand and one ills which
rise from deranged female ergans. I
hall be glad to send two bottles of my
medy Free to any lady if they will
end their Express and P. 0. address,
~Du. A. C. MARGHISI,'
Utica, N. Y.
Highest of all in Leavening Pov
The Newberry Conference of the
South Carolina Synod wili meet in
Colony church on Friday, January 27,
at 101 o'clock a. in.
The opening sermon will be preached
by Rev. Prof. A. G.Voigt, and the Sun
day sermon by Rev. J. H. Wyse.
The following questions :are pmposed
1. Illumination. Revs. A. G. Voigt
T. O. Keister and Z. W. Bedenbaugh.
2. Should the President of Synod be
a salaried officer, charged with a gen
eral- supervision of all the churches
within the bounds of the synod? Revs.
J. B. Fox and M. J. Epting, and Col.
T. W. Holloway.
3. What constitutes fitness for church
membership? Revs. A. J. Bowers and
J. A. Sligh and Mr. A. H. Kohn.
4. The Church Council-its Scrip
tural grounds, necessity, duties, re
sponsibilites and relation to church
work. Rev. J. H. Wyse, G. B. Cromer,
Esq., and Capt. H. H. Folk.
W. K. SLIGn, President.
Should be kept at stables and stock
yards. Salvation Oil is the best friend
not only of man, but of dumb beasts as
well. For swelled joints, strained ten
does, old sores, sad-lie galls, and
wounds of all kinds there is no remedy
like Salvation Oil. - Price 25 cents per
What "Buneh" 3lcBee Says!
"Bunch" McBee, the great Railroad
"I have been subject to severe colds
for the past 15years of my life, and with
pleasure I recommend Pelham's Pee
toral Syrup as the Best Cough and Cold
Mixture on earth, as it certainly re
lieved me almost immediately of sore
ness in my chest and cured my cold."
Mr. McBee's experience is just like that
of all those sensible people who are us
sing Pelham's Pectoral Syrup. Only
25c. a bottle.
SEE HERE! WHAT DO YOU
A fine bution hook worth 25c.
for nothing, if you buy a bottle of
Ladies' Seal Oil Shoe Dressing
at ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
Auditor Cromer has appointed the
following Township Assessors:
No. 1-Thos. M. Neel, G. McD.
Sligh, L. M. Speers. -
No. 2-Dr. W. C. Brown, T. B.Leitz
sey, Thos. W. Keitt.
No. 3.-W. B. Oxner, J. M. Wicker,
Dr. J. M. H. Ruff.
No. 4-S. P. McCrackin, T. - W.
Abrams, Dr. M. A. Renwick..
No. 5-C. W. Buford, T. H. Chal
mers, Luther M. Long.
No. 6-IL Mc. Smith, J. R. Spearman,
No. 7-Henry T. Fellers, Ralph S.
Boazman, M. J. Longshore.
No. 8-LI H Boulware, G. B. Rea
gin, Dr. W. E. Lake.
No. 9-R. T. C. Hunter, J. Pat Bow
ers, N. B. Wheeler.
No. l0-L. Q. Fellers, J. J. Hipp, W.
No. 11-Dr. E. 0. Hentz, M. H.
Foilk, Benj. Halfacre.
These are the same as last year, ex
cept Henry T. Fellers in place of Wmn.
M. Werts, who has moved to Laurens
The Plain Truth
Is good enough for Hood's Sarsaparilla
-there is no need of embellishment or
sensationalism. Simply what Hood's
Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story of
its merit. If you have never realized
its benefits a single bottle will convince
you it is good medicine.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for their easy, yet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists. Price
For beautiful wedding and Christmas
presents call on C. W. Collings, the
jeweler. He has.some gems of beauty.
CH RISTMAS GOODS.
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 Bowls, Infant Sets,
Finger Bowls, Fancy. Baskets,
Water Sets, Odor Cases,
Japanese Novel- Baskets Perfume,
Toilet Waters, Frames,
FinePerfumes, Manicure Ses s.
Plush and Leather Dressing Cases.
We have a pretty assortment of
Photograph Albums, all styles
W. E. Belcher & Co.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
when she became miss, she clng to Castoria.
W~henshhad chikdre,shegavethem Catoria.
S. B. JONES bas just received
a fresh supply of
Prunes, Mince Meat,
Hecker's Buck Wheat,
Hecker's Oat Meal,
All of which are first class and
ver.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
"Cold and bleak the North winds
blow, so early in the morning," and
likewise the South wind when it eomes,
for it, too, is laden with icy atoms.
'(3reat is the foam of the Western
wave," but it is upon the Northern
heights that the storm-king sits en
throned in his palace of ice, and from
out his streaming corridors God's bard
angels and messengers, in the form of
sleet and snow, boar-frost and howling
tempest, are rushing and swirling over
the world. Occasionally a patch of
sunshine blends with the elements and.
then we have strange, phenomenal
The thermometer and the points of
the compass have it all their own way
noW, and, for the time being, there is
neither temperate nor torrid zone,-all
are frigid. "The breath of the Polar
bear and the fragrance of the Norwe
gian pine" come to us upon "the wings
of the wind."
Newberry and Helena and the little
aliceof land between are in the weather,
-yet only to a degree. It is in North
Carolina that the roads are impassable
and the wind cuts like a knife. New
berry is in the Eden land.
Blizzard has followed blizzard 'till
the cold waves have reached mountain
bigh, and "the weather" is the one all
absorbing, overpowering, overwhelm
ing item in the old world and the new.
England is storm-swept, and the con
tinent is shrouded in snow; whilst fires
are built in the streets of Russian cities,
where the thermometer indicates 97*
In some of the cities of our own coun
try, dependent upon artificial means
for water, warmth and light,-the pres
mure was so great upon the gas and
water pipes that supplies were cut off.
A terrible affliction-nay, a real calam
ity to be left in the darkness and ex
eruciating cold in such a helpless con
It is to be hoped that the freezes have
destroyed the cholera germs.
It is not believed that the grain crop
has been materially injured in thissee
Lion. SASs Souci.
The testimonials which the mail
brings in every day run thus: "Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup cured the baby of
eroup." "It cured me of a most dis
tressing cough;" or it cared my little
boy of sore-throat." "We could not do
For Coughs, Colds, Croup,
Whooping Cough, Asthma,
and all diseases of the Throat
and Lungs, there is no rem
edy equal to Robe rtsion's
Compound Cough Srup, man
ufactured at Robrtson &
Gilder's Drug Store.
POST OFFICE, NEWEBERET, S. O.
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
to-day, January 17, 1893.
Anderson, Maggie McMeking, Isaac
Butler, Pearse 2 McKinzie, Dave
Clurdy, J. B. McCracken, J. S.
Cole, J. s. Jr. McKinzie, Charles
Dule, Carrie Patterson, Charlie
raer Mrs. L. mihGo.F.
aillum, Cille Saury, Eliza
Johnston, Miss Lizzie Wilson, Ida,
Lyles, Lynda -Wells, Herbert E.
on Blon . Williams, T. B.
.r'ersons calling for the above letters will
please say that they were advertised.
R. MOORLMAN, F. M.
Death of an Infant.
Little Raymond, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Truesdel, aged 3
months and 11 days, died of pne.umo
nia, after an illness of only three or
four days, at their home at Mount
vile, on last Tuesday- morning, 10th
instant, at 2 o'clock, and was carried
to Kershaw Wednesday for interment.
The grief stricken parents have the
sympathy of this entire community in
the loss of their little one.
Another little lamb has,gone
.To dwell with Him who gave;
Another little darling babe
Lies silent in the grave.
God needed one more angel child
Amidst his shining band,
And so he bent his loving smile
And clasped our darling's hand.
We loved this little one,.
And would have wished its stay;
But let our Father's will be done
He shines in endless day.
So farewell, darling Raymond, until
we meet again. **
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallo,a
of Plqua. 0., says the Phy
sicians are Astoniahed,
and looke at her lke on..'
Raised from the Dead
Long and Terrible Illness
Completely Cured by Hood's
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon; a very intefllgnt
lady of Piqua. Ohio. was poisoned whll as
slstlng physicians at an autopsy 5 years ago,
and soon zerrible uleers broke out on her
head, arms, tongue and throat. Her hair afl
came out. She weighed but 7s lbs., and saw
no prospect of help, At last she began.to
take Hood's Sarsaparllla and at once im
proved; could soon get out of bed and walk.
She says: "I became perfectly cured by
andam now a well woman. I weigh 1281bs.,
eat well and do the work for alarge family.
Mease seems a wonderful recovery and
phscaslook at mue in astonlsmet -as
aioslke one rais free sthe ded.
The Naplals of Professor G. Massey Davis
and Miss Ida E. White-A Beautiful
and Impressive Ceremony.
The nuptials of Prof. G. Massey
Davis and Miss Ida R. White. of Smith
ville, were duly solemnized by-Rev. M.
L. Carlisle at St. John's church last
Wednesday- evening, 4th inst., at 8
Quite a number of invited friends
assembled at the residence of Mrs. L.
A. White, mother of the bride,--and
accompained the happy couple to the
church, where they were made man
and wife. The church was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. The pulpit
stand was literally covered with ever
greens and flowers, and upon the wall;
as you entered the church were the
letters in evergreen: "D. W." In front
of the chancel, railing the nuptial arch
was tastefully arranged, in the middle
of which was suspended a bell artisti
cally made of evergreen and lowers.
Mrs. Geddings, of Clarendon, played
the wedding march, the attendants
arranged themselves in their respective
positions, the bride and groom halted
under the arch, and Rev. Mr. Carlisle
performed the ceremony in a very
beautiful and impressive manner.
The assemblage was very large in
The attendants were:
Miss Mamie White and Mr. Henry
Miss Lizzie Britton and Mr. J. B.
Miss Fannie Beatson and Mr. Jas.
Miss Irene Galloway and Mr. J. E,
Miss Maggie Weldon and Mr. C. L.
Miss Bernice Robertson and Mr. C.
Miss Mollie Britton and Mr. R. A.
Miss Ada Weldon and Mr. John
Miss Nina Weldon and Mr. Joe A.
Miss Rosa Beasley and Mr. W. B.
The ceremony being over, the bride.
and groom, with their invited guests,
returned to the residenee of Mrs. White,
where a most delightful supper was
spread. Full justice was done to it by
sll who were so fortunate as to be pre
The bride and groom were the re
cipients of quite a number of lovely
The young ladies of that neighbor
hood were looking their sweetest, and
the young men were as gallant and
clever as possible. (We wouldn't be
surprised to hear of some more wed
dings down there soon.)
The guests, after spending several -
hours very pleasantly, returned to their
respective homes, and each one no
doubt felt that marriage was not a
[Prof. Davis is a Newberry man. Con
Mrs.& L.Phifer was called to Mount- W4
ville Sunday morning on account of
the illness of the littleson of Mr. E. N. $SI
Truesdell. Everything was done to
save the little one's life, but he died flu
early Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs.
rruesdell and mother, Mrs. Phifer,
passed through Whitmires Tuesday
p. m. with the corpse, en route to Ker
aaw, -where the burial service took
place. The many friends of the- be
reaved parents extend their most heart
Mr. 3. F. Jones of Atlanta has been
in town several days engaged in get
ting up- a' business directory of the
town and has met with gratifying sue
Rev. J. I. Blackman delivered an ox- -
eellent sermon in the Methodist church
Sunday morning last. It was prac
tically pointed and appropriate to the
The Baptists will hold their union
meeting at this place on the 27th, 28th
and 29th. Everybdyisebrdlally invited.
Campbell & Sneigrove have opened
up an undertaking establishment on
Bridge Street, near the Overhead
bridge. We think it Is a great "under
taking" to make a living at this bunsi. ha:
ness in this place. t0
Copeland & Jones have rented the fQI
mills at this place, owned by E. C. to
Briggs of Clinton, and will put them
into operation at once.
Mr. 3. 5. Spearman is making ar
rangements to erect a dwelling on
Miss Molle Sims visited friends and _
relatives at Carlisle last week and had
a very nice time.P
We are glad to say that Mr. H.E. S.
Todd is recovering. He went to Flint
Hill on business (?) Thursday night.
Misses Annie and Maud Sims, o
Union, visited friends here Wednes
Mr. 8. B. Sims has been quite ill for1
the past few days.
Mr. E. C. Briggs, of Clinton, was in i
town last week.
Good looks are more than skin dee, die
pending upon a healthy condition of nlthe 1
vital oras It the Liver be inactive, you I
have a Biious Look, ifyu stomach be di-l
ordered you have a asp e Look and i
your Klny e ynhave a Pinched
Look. Secure gohelhand yon will have I
good looks. Electric Bitr sthe .great
alterative and Tonic act. directly on these the
vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boil
and gives a .good complexion. Sold at wlI
Bobertson & Gilders, Drugstore, 50c. per C
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 the
spirit by oxidation, and it is converted
into fragrant ethers which give thej
I.9W. Harper's Nelson County, Ky., it
whiskey is shipped to the dealer diret be
from the distiller, It Is old and ab
solutely pure, nothIng bette%i purer u
on the market,
Sold only by
Tuos. Q. Boozza,
Newberry, S&C. -
We have used Dr. Bull's
CoughSyrup inourfamily a
for years and find it to be
the best remedy for croup
and cough. We have used C
it for our children who are|
all subject to throat trou
ble, with excellent results.
We prize it very highly.
Mrs. FRANK H. YORK, ne
- . Oneonta, N. Y. ow
CHEW NSI'SPLUCs lonc
Adi~-PiIc1@ as. LInIdUdEL
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's
and Children. It contains neit]
other Narcotic substance. It
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothini
It is. Pleasant. - Its guarantee
Millions of Mothers. Castoria
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoriaisso wef adapted tochfdrentbat Ca
Irecommend it as superior toanyprecription So
known to me." I. A. A=emR, . D., Ki
II So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" The use of 'Castoria' is so unisersal and
itsmerits so wef known that it seems a work
of suprogation to endorse it. Few are the
inteUigentfamilieswho do not keep Cas do
within easy reach." rep
CLaros 3famrr, D. D.,
ICe Yark rity.
Ta 'CE AE COE
al into hu Il
This is-a-N Ri
3 don't propose to carrthe
lson. NOW IS YOUR OPP8
i iron is hot
Rmiw STRIIY Ulgil
1in ST REET, NE WBEBRY,&(.
Replying to yours
r that we have a large number ol
.e "Caligraph") in use in this
v'e proved to be well adapted to
say that our experience conf
med before adopting it, that the
our services than any other typ4
~e. Yours truly,
). IRVINE WALKER, JR. ACO.,
General Agents, LI Boa St.,-Cha
de Boards, T
L C. WILLIAMS',m
lie Installment Man. T*1
lower & Bgrnm.
HE UNDERSIGNED) HAVE
formed a Law Partnership inde
name of Mower & Byuu,an
FRALNK L~ BYSUNth
BORE WELLS RRERRR
Ioebes la dIIameter,, WUI make
Price a ede. to s tt he hard p
alon orwrite to
1. A,. NoDOW Com
Lter Goods a.nd Lower Pr cs.
3D SEE FOR YOURSELVES ]J
SJ. S. RUSSELL'S. y
rHOs. S; SEASE,W
ttinU at Law
NEWBE RRY, S. C.- mn
-actices ial the Courts oftheState. 1d*
teetions a specialty. Ihey
PLEASE PAY .UP.
LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO of, a
L. us bynote or aceount will pl~ease show
t and stle the sme at once as we said
d money and must have whatyi you a
k)nt put this matter off, but calla aC
e and sve trouble.
Syrups; and OsOB
is thirty eUs~
Is theOhide s
is Worms, gives ae sa
thotineras s a
For sesetra yes.he 1 es -
E' rs'~~ n.aai -,
so asit has bavadaby -moApm,
oxr,~2 th LTre' ?hbe.
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