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LOCAL ANVD SPECIAL
Jamieson's zero prices are ahead of
the thermometer in getting to the bot
tom -They. are reaching downwards
i a way.that thaws the pocket-book,
becmae he is selling goods cheap and
4 you are bound to buy.
The Speck House and Lot on Cal
C St JOHI O. PEOPLES.
Will have a lot of Good Mules on
band next week. Wait for us.
2t J. P. & T. C. PooL.
Copeland.& T'ibble have a car load
mules-for sale cheap. Call at their
stables and examine them. It.
Red Rust Proof Oats, County Raised.
For sale by
tf PURCELL & SPEARMAN.
Also lot County raised Seed Oats
aind Two Good Broods forsale.
- 3St L. W. FLOYD.
To Every Person
Who owe us on note or account.
Please pay us and preserve your credit,
and oblige us,
2m PEOPLES & JOHNSON.
Want to swap.
= A Good Mule for a Family Horse.
Apply at Herald and News office. 2t
Males ? Mules?
I still have a few young mules, also
some cheap old males for sale. For
cash or on time-come at once.
W. A. WALLf:GFORI>
' at J. H Wicker's stables. 1t.
Bobt..H. Holman Dead.
Mr.'R. B. Holman died of paralysis
on Saturday and was buried in the city
,- cemetery Sunday afternoon. He was
seventy-one years old. Mr. Holman
cam:herefrom Newberry several years
ago He was during a portion of his
ifethe possessor of a comfortable for
une, but latterly had become quite
poor. Mr. Holman was generally .re
spected in Laurens as a man of worth
and character. His widow and chil
dren have the sympathy of the com
munity.-Laurens Advertiser, 24th.
In elden Tmes
People overlooked the importance of
. " permanently. beneficial effects and
wre satisfied with transient action ;
but now that it is generally known
that Syrup of Figs will permanently
cure habitual constipation, well-in
ti r eole will not buy other lax
iues, whch act for a time, but finally
- istorian chapman.
-We~are glad to say it is almost certain
that Mr. John A. Chapman, of New
berry-Historian of Newberry and of
Edgefield-will be in our town in the
early part of February. We earnestly
>ope Mr. Chapman willibe here on
almiv. ada-ka, artin the organi-~
ation of our Survivors' sortion
which wlllbe perfected on that day.
. Any .and all persons who may be in
possession of mnatter that would be
~ vailable for. Mr. Chapman's forth
~ 'coming history of Edge'field County,
Swould be in the line of patriotic duty to
meet Mr. Chapman here on-Saleday in
- ebruary, and deliver or impart to him
such matter. Do not. forget this. It
Je-probable too that Mr. Chapman will
-<addresthe Y. M.C. A. while he isin
56 &58 Broad St.,
CHA.~oo, S. C., Jan. 21st, 1893.J
Analysis No. 12043.
For Newberry Cotton Seed Oil Mill
and Fer. Co.
Material: Sample "Ammoniated
Received January 19,1893.
- vailable Phos. Acid, - - 89
Ammonia, - - - - - -2.0
Potash, - - ----20
GUARANTEE O AS
vailable Phos.Acd --8%
Ammonia, - - --2%
PoEsh, P. W -Cut,wo aoni
and,as na Ae- id,u maisrte- po
nouned he dathsentnceupo crm
maXffeners ho wre2dome tore
Hasa enaletialend eparepar
hEsq .W nsh was borni
9 annary23,18'3 ine8st ero i
Hwafo a cane of Cstrrn ithaty,a
Fnd, aCHanebelOum Prps.t, pro
Wone the deatsinehae knon ri.
inal Cffenefr thweredooea,ad obe
ceive thexte perfeclty oorabe inaw.
Heuine traogh and fianallio
aol te cartry,ou any a obiatnmrade
ink teir thfodnrteme
yinethoes arln se an Tpogredo.
Oheos. a ifenis an ex elr
Hall's ofatrh CeoitCucan
lved atng diectl upon the lood andr
hecos surfaen fth.ytm.Pie
We Bffe JOne Hasndred Dorsei
T ar fr sanys of Ctrhta a
no Cureds CyHal'tr tarhCue
Rev hm erctl honoalenl
honesst ansactio st ndafinanll
Wet rax, WhoeeD r 'ss
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Rev. W. J. Langston has gone to
The snow is melting fast where tbe
sun strikes it.
The court house has been greatly
improved on the interior.
The delinquent list of taxpayers for
this year is about as usual.
The Baptist Union meeting will be
held at Whitmires including next Sun
Mrs. Goggans has contracted f,;r her
house to be built on her lot in Coruelia
Mr. W. H. Pratt, one of the old-time
residents of Helena, is quite ill with
The New berry Conference of the Lu
theran Church will convene in Colony
church on Friday of this week.,
Mrs. Sudie Lawson, of Cokesbury,
has moved into the Shockley cottage
recently purchased by her.
Mr. Jas. K. P. Goggans had a good
horse to fall upon the ice last week
and broke its leg. The animal had to
Mr. E. Y. Morris is tearing down the
old house on his lot on the corner of
Nance and Harrington streets, and
will soon begin work on his new resi
Mr. T. B. Riser, of Jalapa, and Miss
Sallie Davis will be married on Thurs
day of this week at the residence of Mr.
W. W. Waldrof.
Mr. D. Oscar Herbert, formerly of
Newberry, but now of the Orangeburg
bar will be narried to-day to Miss
Julia Salley, of Orangeburg.
Mr. Kenneth Baker and Miss Beula
Barre, of Prosperity, were married yes
terday at the residence of the bride's
parents Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Barre.
Miss Idella E. McCants and Mr.
Thos. G. Kemmerlin, of Orangeburg
will be married on Thursday at the
residence of Mrs. W. E. Ruff, in New
Mrs. Emma Halfacre fell last week
while stepping from her piazza, and it
was thought had broken her arm, but
it proved upon examination a painful
sprain of the wrist.
School Commissioner Keitt will be
gin his visits to the schools of the
county next week. He will be at his
office in Newberry on Tuesday and
Saturday of each week.
Farmers are very much interested in
finding out the condition of the small
grain crop, but this cannot well be
done until after the snow is further
melted. Some say it is not hurt, es
pecially on sandy land,; but on red
land the oats are killed, while others
think it not hurt at all.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon, our old friend
of Newberry, paid us a Dleasant call on
last Tuesday. Tom still looks spry and
hearty. He is now canvassing our
County in the interest of the Farmers'
Mutual Insurance Association, to in
sure against Fire, Wind and Light
ning. It is doing well in other Coun
ties in which it is organized, and no
doubt but that the farmers of Laurens
will avail themselves of this protection.
Globe-A nice woven, light, imported
Corset. Warner's Health Coraline,
and the celebrated Four-in-hand i
A full line of the best gloves made.
"Centmeri"-Every pair sold with a
Hosiery-The best black to be had,
Blankets-In good supply and low
Come and look through our stock.
ly C. &G..S.MoWEB CO.
Mr. Bran s B. Lane is on a visit to
ielatives in Georgia.
Dr. W. G. Houseal is now at 11 East
29th street, New York.
Mr. Jas. F. Epting has returned from
a visit to relatives in Georgia.
Mr. Ambrose E. Gonzales, of The
State, was in the city yesterday.
Gen. Bugh L. Farley was in town on
Monday on his way to Columbia from
Rev. Win. Hayne Leavell will leave
Newberry to-morrow for his new field
of labor in Houston, Texas.
Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., J. F. J. Cald
well, Esq., and H. H. Blease, Esq., are
in Columbia in attendance upon the
Mr. W. A. Fant has returned from
Kentucky, where he had been to attend
the marriage of his niece, Miss Bettie
Arnold to Mr. Hanger.
Mr. W. H. Hunter, who has been for
the past three months in Columbia at
work, has returned to Newberry and is
this week with The Herald and News.
Miss Janie Vance, who has been vis
iting friends and relatives in Newberry,
returned home last Saturday, accom
panied by Miss Lizzie Glenn of that
Dr. 0. B. Mayer's New York address
during his absence will be 11 East 29th
street, New York. Persons desiring
to correspond with him will direct their
Artist's Tube Oil Paints, Picture Al
bums, Easels, and an assortment of
nice Picture Frames for sale at Salter's
Photograph Gallery. tf.
Silk Arrasene, Ribbonsene, Knitting,
Etching and Embroidery Silk for sale
at Salter's Photograph Gallery. tf.
A New Restaurant.
Mr. J. A. West has opened a neat,
cozy and comfortable restaurant in the
new brick building in rear of Mr. Klett
nr's store, where he is prepared to
serve a savory meal at short notice.
All that the markets afford will be sup
pled for the tastes of his guests in a
nice, cleanly and appetizing way and
at reasonable prices. tf.
For beautiful wedding and Christmas
presents call on C. W. Collings, the
jeweler. He has some gems of beauty.
For Coughs, Colds, Group,
Whooping Cough, Asthma,
and all diseases of the Throat
and Lungs, there is no rem
edy equal to .Robertson's
Compound Cough Syrup, man
ufactured at Robertson &.
Gildr' Drnu- Store.
rho 1titgest snow in Many, Many Years
The fourth week of the extreme colk
weather was ushered in with a big fal
>f snow, which began to cover the
ground on Wednesday last at 9.30 a. m
tnd by 6 p. m. it was four inches deel
)n a level. The snowfall ceased al
midnight, and was six inches deep
)ne inch more fell oa Thursday morn
ng, making seven inches altogether
Friday night the 20th, was the cold
st of the season. Thermometers weni
lown to 8 degrees where they wer(
0 degrees on the coldest day of tht
Chickens froze to death on Saturday
night, and buzzards were also seet
,ying dead in the woods from cold anc
The snow did not hang upon thi
:rees, nor was there any ice on them
nut on Saturday and Sunday morninl
:hey were beautiful in a feathery coa
>f white frozen mist-snow withouti
aloud-which formed in - the night
suck a sight has never been seen b3
he oldest inhabitant.
Sleighing has been the enjoyabli
nart of the snow. Good sleighing wa
possible up to Monday. People fron
the country discarded other vehicle
md came to town in home-mad
tleighs. [The reporter read in a New
York paper that a gentleman in tha
ity brought out his sleigh that wa
)uilt in 1788, and still remains in th<
Yesterday was the fifth day of sun
hine after the snow. There was no
nuch thaw in the weather until Mon
lay. Have you inoticed that snow
elts from beneath its surface? Tb
mun penetrates it and warms the earth
md the crust of the snow is the las
The Reporter was told Friday by !
nan with fine memory that the snow
.s the biggest since January, 1852
rhen again another said it is the big
lest since 1849. And still another re
members the snow of 1835 as the big
;est. In November, 1855, anothe:
mays, a fall of snow was followed b3
)thers in succession until the firs
week in January, 1856, and scatterin
nortions of these snows did not mel
intil St. Valentine's day.
Everywhere there has been snov
mnd cold weather.
In Potter 1 ounty, Pa., the snow thi:
winter is two feet deep in the woods
mad deer have been forced from theii
wild haunts. Farmers are surprised. t<
ind them among their cattle in thi
>arnyards, where they come to get ha3
mnd shelter, as many as nine at a farn
In Europe the cold is intense, caus
ng much suffering. The wolves arn
-avenous for food, and have penetrate<
be towns and killed several people
lhese animals have even entered th<
~iy of Belgrade in search of food.
In Charleston the ground was cov
~red to a depth of an inch and a balf
oting like it had been known ther
n forty years. t3avannah also bad a bi1
mow. In both these cities it was
It is gratifying to note that every
where in our Southern towns and cities
prompt action was taken to provide
the necessities of life for the poor. Ii
A~tlanta $5,000 was quickly raised-thb
seaboard Air Line giving $250-th<
argest single slbscription-and ye
:he "soulless" corporations must bi
"reguated" by iniquitous legislation
Dharleston also raised a generous sub
cription for the poor. These are oni;
two instances of the many.
The heavy snow falls brought cal
mity in a curious way to the Chinesi
pheasants that are to be found in som<
parts of the Northwest. The sleet an<
now stuck to their long tails in such
way that the birds were unable to fly
rhe country boys saw their oppor
inity and captured the birds b;
lozens. The birds are said to be wort]
10 a pair alive.and in good condition
md three boys in one family in Oregoi
augt nearly three dozen.
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd
f Groon, S. D., we quote: "Was taken wit]
. bad cold, which settled on my Lungs, coug]
set in and terminated in Consumption. Fon
ioctors gave me up, saymng I could live but:
short time. I gave myself up to my savioi
letermined if I could not stay with m;
Eriends on earth, I would meet my absent one
mbove. My husband was advised to get Di
i.ng's New Discovery for Consumptior
oughs and Golds. I gave it a trial; took 1I
.l, eIght bottles: it has cured me, and thani
od I am now a well and hearty woman.
Prial bottles free at Robertson & Gilder'
Drugstore. Regular size, 5cc. and $1.00.
New Crop of
The best seed the
world over. Sow re
liable .seed from a re.
liable house. Avoit
seeds sold on commis
sion, they are old ani
bring nothing bu
only way to be in i
good humor all the
year round is to plani
Buist's Garden Seeds
and Prime Onion Sets
and buy them from
Bucklen's Arme Salve.
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts. Sorea
Bruises, Licers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Te1
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns an
al Skin Eruptions, and positively cure
Piles or no pay required. It Is guaranteed t
nive perfect satisfaction, or money refunde
Price 25 cents pe box. For sale by Rober
Highest of all in Leavening
Kind Words for The Herald and Newi
A correspondent writes as follo
from the Lone-star State:
"I do enjoy The Herald and Nei
It is like a long newsy letter from hor
I congratulate you on your success
editor, and I hope your paper will r<
tinue to grow in favor, and will
crease its subscription list until e%
the editors are perfectly.satisfied."
A friend in Georgia writes:
"Wouldn't be without The Her
and News for anything. I admire y<
stand taken in the recent State ca
paign. Sorry your platform was
feated. I have got the finest girl
3 town-just seven weeks old."
A friend in South Carolina says:
"I cannot do without my paper."
We received the'following frou
lady friend in Texas:
"I enjoy reading your paper vi
much, though I have been away fr
Carolina 59 years, and nearly all of I
old friends and relatives are dead."
The kind words and pleasant reme
brance of The Herald and News b<
from home and abroad, are alike che
ing and encouraging to us-in the arc
ous duties of the sanctum. We exte
the friends our thanks and likewise <
sincere and earnest hope that ti
may continue to prosper and be hap]
What "Bunch" MeBee Says!
"Bunch" MiBee, the great Railrc
"I have been subject to severe co
for the past 15 years of my life, and w:
pleasure I recommend Pelham's I
torat Syrup as the Best Cough and C
Mixture on earth, as it certainly
lieved me almost immediately of so
ness in my chest and cured my cole
Mr. McBee's experience is just like tl
of all those sensible people who are
sing Pelham's Pectoral Syrup. Ot
2.5c. a bottle.
Bids Wanted for Winthrop.
The board of trustees of the Sot
Carolina Industrial and Winthi
Normal College will meet in the Ex
utive Chamber, Columbia, S. C.,
the 8th day of March, 1893, at 8 o'clc
p. m., to open and consider the b
made for the location of this college.
The Act of 1891, providing for
establishing of this college reads as f
Sec. 8.. That for the purpose of t)
Act, the authorities of any county
incorporated city or town may app
priate from their funds money to
cure the location of this institution;
they may order and hold an electic
and take the sense of the qual
,.voters upon "subscription" or "nio st
scription" of a definite sum, to be pl
in money for bonds,giving one monti
notice of-same. And if the major
of tbe voters shall vote for subscripti<
the authorities shall have full power
make good the subscription in mon<
or in bonds which tbey may issue, a
for whose payment, principal and
terest, they shall provide.
SAll bias should be securely seal
forwarded to the chairman of the boa
Governor B. B. Tillman.
W. D- MAYFIELD,
Secretary of Board
We publish the above for the infor
ation of the citizens of Newberry. 'I
securing of this institution will hi
great thing for any town that is for
nate enough to secure its location.
It would be a paying investment
New berry even if it cost us many th
SHandsomeand durable jewelry
ways in stock and repairing done nes
and quickly by C. W. Collings.
3rake Your Returnas.
SThe auditor has nearly comple
his rounds of the county taking
turns of personal property.
To-day, Wednesday, 2.5, he will bi
The following are his other appoi
ments, and after that he will be at
office at Newberry. The time
m anking returns without the pena
expires on 20th of February:
Pomaria, Thursday, January 26.
Jolly Street, Friday, January 27.
SSlighs, Saturday, January 28.
William Long's, Monday, January
St. Lukes, Tuesday, January 31.
Prosperity, Wednesday and Tht:
day, February 1 ar.d 2.
Owing to the bad weather, the al
itor did not fill his appointments
Longshores, Jalapa and Whitmil
He will appoint other days for th
places, of which he will givo due:
We are told that very few pers<
have attended the appointments, <
ing we suppose to the very cold a
From this on the auditor will
kept very busy to take the returns
the end of the time in which he has
Zeigler's well known Shoes. J. Fa
& Son's Shoes. All solid as a silver 4
lar at MOWER'S. 1
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she ci-ied for Castoril
IWhen she became Miss, she clung to Castor
When sh a Childreni,she gave thmCaste
SEE HERE! WHAT DO Y(
A fine butt ot hook worth 21
for nothing, if you buy a bottle
Ladies' Seal Oil Shoe Dressi
at ROBERTSON & GILDEI
It Should Be in Lvery House.
J.B: Wilson,371 Clay St,.Sharpsburg, 1'a.. u
will not be without Dr. King's New Discoi
for Consumption, Coughs and Coughs. the
cured his wife who was threatened with Pr
monia after an attack of "La Grippe" w:
,varios otherremedies and several hyi
~had done her no good: Robert Bate
Cooksport, Pa,, claims Dr. King's New:
acovery has done him more good thana
othina he has ever used for Lung Tron
Tr,ttles free at Robertson & Gild
Powcr..r--Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
IJTELY PURE P
1. Whitmire Siftrings.
Notwithstanding the disagreeable t
. weather for the past week the building 1
ne. committee has raised $3,580 for the Fe
as mate Institute. They say that just as
soon as the weather will permit, they
will commence work and hope to have
'en the building completed in time to begin
fall term in the new building. What
town can beat this?
There was a dance given at the Craw
ild ford residence Friday night which was
>ur well attended, there being 50 couples
in- present. The Italian string band came
ie- down from Charlotte and furnished the
in music. And every one present. say
t'was quite an enjoyable affair.
Sleigh riding and skating is all the
rage here now. Never before has the
young people of Whitmire enjoyed a
week more !han the one just past.
a Delegates are arriving daily to attend I
the union meeting here this week. I
'ry Mrs. Nancy Duckett is quite ill at a
the home of her son, Wm. Duckett.
J. S. Spearman returned Friday from
an extended business trip to his lower a
)th plantation and reports everything in e
er- good shape.
lu- Misses Ella Sheldon and Mary Scott, d
nd of Flint Hill visited in town this week.
J. S. Findlay, of Baltimore, and ii
ur W. J. Johnson, of Atlanta, were circu- e
ey lating among friends Friday.
P'. S. B. Davis left Saturday for Rome, n
Ga., where he enters college.
J. F. McCarley and D. May made
a flying trip to Mountville, Sunday.
They also visited friends (?) in Union
Ids Sunday night.
ith While out hunting, Wednesday, Mr.
ec- B. Lee killed one of the largest deer
ever seen in this section. C
re- "BooM-DE-AY." V
iat The Celebrated "Gold Dust."
ily It is home made. Its reputation
is self-made. It is the best
lth mad2 (with same analysis)*
op - h
on We are manufacturing a lim
"das ited number of tons for this b
he season, and request those who
l- anticipate using "Gold Dust"b
is to put in their orders as early
ras possible, as the demand for
r the past seasons has been larger
than we pould supply, and we
iare anthI4pating a larger de
a mand thaia ever.t
ity For prices, terms, &c., apply to
SL. W. FLOYD, t
y, Sec'y, Treas. and 3Manager, e
n- . NEWBERRY OIL MILL.
, Office at Purcell & Spearman's
rd, store. tf. t
For the second time, will stand in
m- the poi tico of the beautiful National
he Capitol-on March 4th, 1893-and be t
a inaugurated President of the United
t- What a great event this will be, and y
what a countless multitude will be 1
u- A vastnumber will come from the
South and Southwest, and most of
these will take the Richmond and
Danville Railroad-the greatest South-.
al- era system. Its regular service oft
tly three daily trains, rnnning solid, be
f. tween the South and Washing ton, in
eluding the only vestibuled limitedi,
composed exclusively of Pullman Pal
dace drawing room and dining cars,
will, on this occasion, be greatly aug
r-mented by the most complete.arrange- ~
ment of extra service ever offered by
at this model sy'tem'.
Excursion tickets at the rate of a
fare and a third for individuals, and
t-one fare for party of military, twenty
his five or more, will be sold on March 1, ,
for 2, 3, and for train to arrive Washing
ton by noon of March 4. Valid, re
tyturnin~g, until March 8th, 1393.
Further information obtainable from
any agent of tbis system or of its con- a
W X. A. TURK, Gen. Pass. A"t.
Washington, D. C. c
30 IN. B.-Of course you know the fast a
time of our regular limited to and from o
irs- Washington and Atlanta is 18 hours; r
Augusta, 18 hours; Columbia,1.5 hours. e
east GARDEN SEED.
ma just rcie
a Seed to meet the de- t
mand for the present
season. These seedr
are fresh, having been
shipped direct from
reliable growers, and
will give entire satis
We handle Woods',
)UBuist's, Ferry's and
?S-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
av into fragrant ethers wbich give the
'erv bouquet to whiskey.4
*eJ I. W. Harper's Nelson County, Ky.,
len whiskey is shipped to the dealer direct
As. from the distiller. It is old and ab-4
fsolutely pure, nothing better or purer
ny- on the marke.
ble: . Sold only by4
THos. Q. BOOZER,
Janua:y 15, 1893, Mr. Marlon S.
)ominiek and Miss Ada Bowers.
January 15, 1893, Mr. James Wheeler.
nd Miss Ola Crooks, by Rev. J. H.
January 15, 1893, Mr. Thos. E. Hentz
nd Miss Lizzie Crc.ar, by Rev. J. H.
January 17, 1893, Mr.:Geo. H. Morris
rd Miss N. Melverdia Boozer, by Rev.
). D. Dantzler.
Mr. Newton C. Dickert and Miss
allie L. Dickert, by Rev. C. P. Boozer.
January 15, 1893, Mr. Luther Cousin
nd' Miss Nora Summer, by Rev. G.
V. Holland, D. D.
January 22, 1893, at the residence of,
Ir. John W. Gilliam, father of the;
ride, Mr. Mark J. Smith and Miss
alfie Gilliam, all of Newberry County,
C., by Rev. W. W. Daniel.
loth the method and results when
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant s
ad refreshing to the taste, and acts
ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
ver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
;m effectually, dispels colds, head
cbes and fevers and cures habitual
:nstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
mly remedy of its kind ever pro
uced, pleasing to the taste and ac
,ptable to the stomach, prompt in
s action and trulybeneficial m its
Tects, prepared only from the most
ealthy and agreeable substances, its
iany excellent qualities commend it
> all and have made it the most
opular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
ad $1 bottles by all leadin drug
ists. Any reliable druggist who
iay not have it on and wll pro
are it promptly for any one who
ishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.,
8SAM FRANCISCO, C A4L
LOUSV.FL. KY. AEV ronL A.
Our school is moving on nicely con- WE
dering the cold weather.
Rev. T. O. Keister visited amongst
is members down here last week. ft
Mr. A. M. Counts who has been quite
I is improving though the fo1d weather mu
as him confined to his room.
Mr. A. A. Nates is hauling lumber to'
nild a new crib. This means the rais
ig of a larger crop of corn.
Miss Frances Miller is visiting her
ster in the village.
Messrs. J. C. and G. A. Singley are
reparing to fence in a large pasture to
ise hogs, which means to have their
nokehouse at home. Let others follow
aer: example. t
The way the people are discussing=
3ie dispensary bill if, would seem that
bey shoald be fully prepared to meet
bze new liquor law by July 1st. We
re very little about the dispensary
ill and less about the whiskey. It
iay be agood law. Wait and see.
The young people of Mt. Pilgrim sec
on enjoyed a social gathering on Fri
ay night of last week.
We are glad to see that Clemson
ollege will, in all probability, be ready
> receive students In the near future s
t seems that the founders of Clemson ,
ollege have bad a hard struggle, and
e are glad to hear of the college meet- ha
ag with success.
Cold, colder, coldest. We have, had 0
n extended cold wave down here andfo
re have not been so happy and cheer.- to
1. Our village wss visited by the
eaviest fall of snow on Wednesday
bat we have had forseveral years past.
he'enow continued all day and a good
ortion of the night and with another
ill of snow on Thursday morning, we (
ad a big snow on the ground to
rample, in which made thescene much __
ore pleasant to the eye than to the
ot in bringing in water, making fires,
meding tbe stock and many other ,
bings that are necessary around a El
rmer's home. It is thought and to beUZ
oped that the fall of snow will im
rove the condition 'f the grain crops,
hich are thought by the tarmers to be I
adly injured from tbe severe cold
Mr. Dick Shealy has been appointed
veeer of the public road from Mr.
.R. Watts' to Excelsior school house.
f. Dick WVheeler has been appointed
verseer of the public road from our
:bool house towards Prosperit,y. Both
f these overseers are "Dicks' " and we
2ay expect good roads. The commis
ioners will fill out the other appoint
ents soon. We have another good
et of County Commissioners to look
fer the interest of the public roads
nd when the dispensary liquor bill
omes along, why shouldn't we all feel
appy and cheerful? SIGMA.
The best remedy for rheumatism.
I. John W. G3ates, Petersburg, Va.,
rites: "I used Salvation Oil for
theumatism and obtained great re
ef. It is the best remedy I have ever
ied, and I shall always keep it in the
Female Weakness Positive Cre.
To the Editor : Please inform your
aders that I have a positive remed.y
r the thousand and one ills whichY
rise from deranged female organs. II
ball be glad to send two bottles of myt
emedy Free to any lady if they will
and their Express and P. 0. address,
Yours respctfully, the
Da. A. C. MABGHISI, wi
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Inyour home! paa
Buy the genuine
Sold for 25 cts.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's
and Children. It contains neit1
other Narcotic substance. It
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee
Millions of Mothers. Castoria
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoriaisso well adapted tochildrenthat Ca
I recommend it as superiortoanyprescription Soi
known to me." H. A. Acm, M. D., il
171 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorseit. Few are the y
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria do
within easy reach." rel
CLoP XAryx, D. D.,
New York City.
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all intoIM8 anild
tfhat is heaUing for
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}don't propose to carry the
ison. NOW IS YOUR OPPOR
iron is hot !"
LU ST RE ET, NEWBERRY,-S. C.
Iiam ~ SalterA
Replying to yours
that we have a large number o:
e "Caligraph") in use .in this
e proved to be well adapted tc
say that our experience con:
ned before adopting it, that the
ur services than any other typ<
e. Yours truly,
.IRVINE WALKER, JR. & CO.,
General Agents, 11 Broad St., Cha
O- M. JAMI3SO
LAW OFFICES. ST
ower & Builifm. B.
IRE UNDERSIGNED HAVE to
formed a Law Partnership under
Ipratice in all the Courtumsan
ifeies at ~ewbrry ad Prosrity, ir
SFRANK L BYNUM. they
HOS. S. SE ASE, E
1 LUI1IUI at LaW, sai
NEWBERRY, S. C. gGi
acties in all the Courts of the State. of D
letions a specialty.
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r sieto suf oi~stomes Wal f
ween 7 and 10 fetof ater on solv
,1lon or Write to ~ U
gentproi e mouh il rveWi
out.A$10sample and terms free.
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prescription for Infants
ier Opium, Morphine nor
Is a harmless substitute
Syrups, and Castor Ol
is thirty years use by
is the Children's Panacea
atoria cares Colic, Consipnt3an -
r Stomacb, Diarrhoe, Ernetaner
is Worms, gives sleep, and prn=it a c
uout injurious medicatica.
For several years I have reoomae
r 'Castoria,' and shal always -77ts
so as it has invariably pcoduoed bnean ed :
EDV= F. PAaDE, K. D.,
125th Street and7th Ave.,iewYoelkay
A r, 77 Msmar Srw =r.w Yom Cr r
goods over to the z#
[UNITY. "Strike b
ecember 16th, 89iz
of recent date, I have -o
your company's machme
our use, and we ae14
rms the.oionthat w
Caligraph is better inite&
~writer within our knowV
WM. H. BAKER
L. DSU6LA$ '
d shoe that wll o rip; CTA1
~mooth inside, more comfotabe~
drable than anothershoemve
icosing rom to$5
wing are of the same high stadabii
$soo slne C2afnd.se&Wed. '
o1ce, Farmers LetterZZi
and5 81.2 o for warmge,
an $.3for YouthsanBo.
$.73 for msses.
LI ISA Wuw sn -e
to gest as ess vatau soa
T OF SOUTH CAROLINA
GWBERRY COUNTY-IN PRO:
B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge >
HEREAS, JOHN M. KINAED,<
as Clerk of Court, hath madesutLv
e to grnthimlettersof admifis~
of tederelict estate and effects of
in F. Wood, deceased:
ese are, therefore, to cite ad ad
sh all and singular the kindred
~reditors of the said deceased, that. -
be and appear before me, lathe -,
t oProbate, to be held at New- 'i.
Court House, on the 31st-a ~
ay next, after publication h~
t 11 o'clock in the forenoon, -
cause, if any they have, why te'
administrationi should not b
ren under myhand this 21st day
~cember, Anno Domini 1892.
J. B. FERS
l PARTIMEB8HTP O
d by zconsent. lh
er is authodimied* sign the im
in liquidatouf its afis
r friends who owe n& ou 3
earnestly regnested to come.om
Iat once andpa.Yu
r that you owe ~ o'~
it USt- 0
wherry, S. C 4 3n ~