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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
A gold breast pin, %%iLh likenes<, on
March 3, either at Mr. Jno. M. Kiiard's
or Rosemont Cemet(-ry. Suitable re
ward if returned to Newherry Hotel.
The Wide Awake Society of the
Lutheran Sunday-school will give an
egg hadt at the parsonage on Easter
Monday, April 3d. There will be ovei
one thousand-probably twelve hun
dred-eggs to hunt. Tickets to the
hunt, five cents.
M. J. Scott
Will buy Dry Hides and Skins at his
Tin Store for Thirty Days. tf.
Last Saturday at Saluda the chain
to the flat broke and two mules be
longing to Mr. R. L. McCaughrin and
Mr. J. Y. Culbreath were drowned and
a load of guano lost in the river. There
were three mules to the wagon, and as
the team was driven into the flat the
chain broke, and when the flat sunk
the driver succeeded in cutting one of
the mules loose and the other two were
drowned. The load of guano and the
wagon sank in the river.
Buy your C'lthing from
The X. M. Tax Case
Is still on, but they havejust brought
on a new lot of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hats and Shoes, which' will be sold at
reasonable prices by
ly J. S. RUSSELL.
Ziegler's well known Shoes. J. Faust
& Son's Shoes. All solid as a silver dol
lar at MOWER'S. tf
The Aiged Riddle Answered.
To Euphrates my first sire came,
Where Adam gave to him a name;
When Joiaah in the sea was cast,
I swallowed him and kept him fast
'Til the third day, at God's command
I spewed him out upon the land.
Man like the oil of my race,
To give them light when night takes
I've told enough for all to know
What fish I was of "long ago.
D. JON Es.
West Milton, Ohio.
The fire department in every city
could not do better than to keep a dozen
bottles of Salvation Oil at eaeb station.
It instantly relieves all burns, scalds
and bruises, and in a few days makes
an effectual cure of the wound. 2.5 cts.
Red Rust Proof Oats, County Raised
For sale by
tf PURCELL & SPEARMAN.
Handsome Lady's Phaetou-almost
new. For terms, etc., apply at The
Herald and News office. tf.
The nobbiest line of Cloth
S ing in ewberry at
JA MIESON S.
For beautiful wedding and Christmas
presents call on C. W. Collings, the
jeweler. He has some gems of beauty.
tf. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Not an Applicant.
Sheriff Riser is not an applicant for
the position of United States Marshal,
as was reported in the daily papers. He
has been in the marshal's officee for
some time, but only in custody, and as
yet has no application for any position
under Mr. Cieveland, though no doubt
if he were to apply he would stand a
inuch better chance than many who
have applications on ,file. Mr. Riser
would make a most excellent marshal
and possibly when he goes on to Wash
ington on the 24th he will put in his
application. But as yet he has no ap
plication for.the place.
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,
Blankets-In good supply and low
Come and look through our stock.
ly C. & G. S. MOWER Co.
Buy your Clothing from
The cotantry is flooded with cheap
doctored compounds sold as whiskey,
and consumers cannot be too careful to
demand a brand that they can rely
IL W. Harper's Nelson County, Ky.,
Whiskey, is a standard brand guaran
teed absolutely pure by the distillers as
well as by Thos. Q. Boozer, New berry,
Little Miss;Lilian Shockley, of Lau
rens, was on a visit to her cousim Eu
nice last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Blease and young
Mr. Clint Summers returned with very
pleasant recollections of their V ash
ington trip. But yesterday, as it were,
It was Master Clint, and now we are
glad that our young friend, who is de
veloping into a generously gifted man
hood, had the pleasure of witnessing
perhaps the greatest inauguration of a
democratic president in the history of
the country, and to see for himself
something of the growing greatness of
oqr common country. M. Blease was
admitted to practice in the United
States Supreme Court. Mr. Blease also
had the pleasure of seeing his distin
guished relative, J. J. Darlington, a
young Carolinian, located at Washing
ton, and whbo is prominent among the
notable and leading lawyers of the
It is refreshing to see the prepara
tions for planting and gardening on
all sides. It is to be devo'ltly wished
that the country may have a full supply
of the delicious fruit acids and vegeta
ble juices, so essential to health, as well
as an abundant yield of th'e staple
crops. SAIN SouCI
STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO 1
LUCAs CotuY' I SS
Frank J. Cheney makes oath tbat be
is the senior partner of~ the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
saId and t bat said tirm will pay tl-e
seum of ONE H UNDRED DOL LARS
for each and every case of C..tarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1886.
A.W. G LEA SON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send for
* testimonials, free.
F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
i Sld by Druggisis, 75.
Handsomne and durable jewelry al
wa s in stock and repairing done neatly
~dq nickly by C. W.Collings. tf.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Thomas Cook has moved into
his new house on Friend street.
The lumber f-r the new depot for the
C., N. & L. railroad has arrived.
The Mayor and two Aldermen who
were nominated at the two primaries
wiil be elected Friday.
Mr. John B. Smitb, s-n of Mr. J. D.
Smith. and Miss Lillian Roland are to
be married to-morrow at Longshore.
Mr. J. H. Summer has moved into
the h,)use recently purchased by him
on Adams street lately occupied by
Mr. Thomas Cook.
Sheriff Riser is home on parole and
will remain until the 24th of this
mouth when he has to report in Char
leston again to go on with the marshal
The merchants who expect to sell
their stocks of spring goods had better
get the aid of some printer's ink. It is
a great help in the matter of selling
Rev. Prof. J. B. Fox has accepted
the call extended him by the Lutheran
congregation at Newberry and will
enter upon his duties as pastor on the
15th of April.
Mr. T. C. Pool has been appointed on
the board of town assessors in place of
Mr. Arthur Kibler who could not serve
on account of other engagements which
take him away from home.
Mr. J. H. Smith had the misfortune
to have his foot painfully, though not
seriously, mashed while crossing be
tween two box cars at the R. & D.
depot at Newperry on Monday.
Spring weather has been upon us for
the past few days and it makes one feel
like planting corn. A full planting of
corn is what is needed again this year
and let cotton be a surplus crop.
The Court of Genreal Sessions will
convene at Newberry next Monday.
Judge Norton will preside. There does
not promise to be a very heavy crim
nal docket at this term of the court.
Where is thespring poet? He has nbt
yet turned up at this office. We are
now prepared to offer a premium for
the best short piece of original spring
poetry. But don't all come at once.
Mr. J. D. Davenport is now receiving
his handsome and elegant line of spring
goods and the rush of the ladies to get
first choice before every thing is picked
over is immense. A word to the wise
Messrs. D. W. T. Kibler, W. J. Lake
and A. Singleton have been appointed
to manage the election which will be
held here on Friday for a mayor and
two aldermen. The eliection will be
held in council chamber.
The editor of The Herald and News
congratulates himself that he will not
be worried with the high and respon
sible duties of a city father. Our fel
low-citizens seemed not to desire our
services and we are perfectly satisfied.
"The Anals of Newberry" are now
about ready for delivery. Our binder
promises to let us have at least two
hundred copies by the last of next week.
Those who have not yet had their
orders entered had better attend to it
at once, for we have printed only a
limited number and we do not promise
to supply the demand.
THE MODERN WAY
Commends itself to the well-formed, to
do pleasantly and effectually what was
formerly done in the crudest manner
and disagreeably as well. To cleanse
the system and break up colds, head
ache and fevers without unpleasant
after effects, use the delightful liquid
laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Mrs. Sophie Redus has returned from
F. L. Bynum, Esq., attended the
Union court last week.
Solicitor Schumpert returned from
Union last Saturday.
Mr. Myer Mittle is home on a visit to
Mrs. Geo. A. Wright leaves to-mor
row to visi-. her parents at Johnston.
Mr. P. Gray Ellesor has returned
home from the Charlestou Medical
Mr. J. W. Chappell has returned
from the Northern markets and Mrs.
Chappell from Union.
The best line of Furnishing
Goods in town. Ask to see
those half hose I am selling at
16e-just as good as any one
else will sell for 25c.
0. M. JAMIESON.
Buy Garden seed at Pelhem's!
Buy Millet seed at Pelham's!
Buy Chufas at Pelham's!
Buy Onion sets at Pelhami's!
Buy Bean seed at Pelham's!
Buy Seed Corn at Pelham's!
Buy Grass seed at Pelham's!
Buy Clover seed at Peibam's!
Everything fresh and of best quality
We have for Sale a
full supply of Garden
seed. Anything you
wish to plant. These
seed are fresh; shipped
direct from reliable
growers, and will give
We handle several
brands of seed to suit
all. Also a variety of
Flower Seed, Garden
and Field Corn Seed,
W. E. BELOHIER?&00C.
ALittle Girl's Experienc ina Lliht
Mr. and Mrs Loren Trceott are keepers o
the Government Lighthouse at Sand Beach
Mic. and are blessed with a dlaughter. fonr
years old. Last April she was taken dlown
'with Measles. followedl with a dreadful Cough
and turning into a Fever. Doctors at home
and at Detroit treatedl her. but in vain, she
grew worse rapidfy, until she was a mere
"h1an dful of bones." Then she tried Dr. King's
New Disovery, and after the use ot two and
a half bottles, was completely cured. They
say Dr. King's New Discov.ery is worth its
weight in gold.yet you may get a trial bottie
hree at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
SEE HERE! WHAT DO YoU
A fine button hook worth 25c.
for nothing, if you buy a bottle of
Ladies' Seal Oil Shoe Dressing
at RoBErTSoN & GILDER'S
COMMENCEMENT AT NIEWISERBI
Distinguished Speakers to be Presei
It is three months yet to commen
ment season, but it is getting time
talk and think about it.
It is always a big time in Newber
but the approaching commencemE
promises to eclipse any of its predec
Newberry College has had one of
most successful sessions. The gradu;
ing class numbers twelve, and the d
tinguished speakers who have accept
the invitations to deliver addres
promise to make it a most notewort
The editor of The Herald and Ne
is glad to know that his old friend a
classmate is to come to his old hoi
and deliver the address before t
The following are the names of th4
who have thus far accepted invitatic
Baccalaureate sermon-Rev. M.'
Hamma, D. D., of San Francisco, C
Address before the students-R4
L. A. Gotwald, D. D., of Springfie
Alumni address-Rev. Bartow
Ramage, class of '80, Nashville, Teni
The commencerment will be held
June 11-15 inclusive.
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, et
enough to supply the count
S. B. JONES has just receivi
a fresh supply of
Prunes, Mince Meat,
Hecker's Buck Wheat,
Hecker's Graham Flour,
Hecker's Oat Meal.
All of which are first class ai
Petit Jurors for Second Week.
T. R Workman. Jas. W. Cromer.
W. H. Kibler. Frank E. Maybin.
1. M. Smith. John C. Wilson.
C H. Shannon. P. Clark Smith.
J. B. Kempson. T. W. McCullough.
J. N. Livir.gston. E. M. Evans.
T. E. Merchapt. Jno F. Denson.
John J. Suber. T. N. Kibler.
J.Creighton Dominick Lawson R. Moore.
A. W. Monts. W. R. Elmore.
John J. Kinard. John J. McCarley.
J. Pierce Hawkins. Henry D. Cannon.
M. B. Bedenbaugh. J. Wm. Caldwell.
B. A. Connelly. T. J. Wicker.
W. J. Mills. W. H. Carwile.
Francis Bobb. Jefferson D. Boozer.
H. C. Lake. Jacob W. Crouch.
B. F. Nichols. Zach H. Suber.
When in need of a suit i
clothes go to Jamieson.
From Garmany and Bethel Academy.
There was a party at Mr. Jno Ruf
last Friday night and it proved to be
Caldwell Base Ball Club has
ganized again and will meet next Si
urday at three o'clock p. m.
There was a singing held at M
A. C. Caldwell's Sunday afternoc
The object is to practice for Presbyte
which meetsat King's Creek in Apr
Jamieson has the best stoc
of Shoes in Newberry.
Mr. Editor: In my last week's coi
mnunication I promised to give you tl
result of our town election, which to<
place on the 7th. There were on
two candidates for Intendant, G. 3
Lindler (the old Intendant) being or
and J. Page Chapin the other. ThE
were only 30 votes cast. J. Page Ch
pin got 24, G. W. Lindler 4, scatteril
2. S. F. Bickley, N. G. Summer, 3
B. Williams and S. J. Clark WE
elected Wardens. We generally ha
a fight or two on election day but i
time everything passed off~ quiet]
This is entirely a new council.
Mrs. Alice Wilson, of Vaueluse, v
ied her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Hal
manger and her brother, Mr. N.
Summer, here last week.
Mr. Paul Stribble moved out
town a short ways on the 7th and M1
Tol J. Summer into the house vacat
by Mr. Stribble.
Dr. Langford, of Fairfield Countl
will locate here this week for the pt
pose of practicing medicine. I ho
he is a gentleman and a good doctor.
Mr. David Kunkle, who Mr. -Bi
Barrett says is 105 years old, was
town one day last week; he lives o
and a half miles from town and has
walk when he comes as he has:
horse. Last year he pulled and I
daughter guided the plow and I a
told they made corn enough to bre.
them and a plenty for their chicker
March 13, 1893. C.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Misei, she clung to Castoria.
When she ha hlrn h aete Castorla
IBuy your Shoes from
The Teachers' Association
Was held at the Graded School Ii
Saturday. A goodly number of teac
ers and visitors were present. Aft
roll call and reading of minutes of t
previous mieeting, the regular order
business was taken up.
The first subject, "Isystem in a
Schools," by Prof. Evans, was at
handled. After the readIng of the i
per, Mr. Evans being obliged to lea
on business, Mr. Keitt was called to t
The next subject, "The Principles
Education," was handled in a mnasti
ful manner by Dr. Holland. This par
will appear in next week's Herald ai
News, so we will refer all persons
that issue for a treat.
' Primary work," by Mrs. S. B. Bc
zer, aas handled in a forceful manni
many strong points were made ai
The fourth and last subject, "Dra
ing in our Schools-The Facult
Trained," on account of the absence
Prof. Welch, was opened in a point
talk by Prof. Voigt. Prof. Vol
thought that drawing would train t
observation, especially, and also cul
vate the artistic tendencies of chil
hood. His talk was excellent.
Mr. Keitt thought that the mnemn
and judgment were cultivated also. I
asmuch as memory was needed to trai
fer forms to paper, and judgment mi
be used in regard to proportion. Prc
Sigh and Evans gave pointed talks
This closing the subject, comnmitti
were called upon for reports. The
eeutive committee asked leave to
port through the press. The requ
was granted. The Association t1
adjourned to meet on the second Sat
day in April.
Strength and Health
If you are niot feeling strong and healt
try Elec-tric Bitters. If "La Grippe" has
ou weak and weary, use Electric Bitt'
rhis remedy acts directly on Liver, Stoma
and Kidneys. grentlv aiding t hose organs
perform their functions, if you are afflic
with Sick Headache. you winl find sp
and permanent relief by taking El e'
ters. One trial will convince von that thi
the remedy you need. Large bottles only
a n & Gilder's Drug Store.
Highest of aU in Leavening R
nd THE PRIMARY ELECTION.
he Dr. E. C. Jones Nominated for Mayor-F.
A. Schumpert for Ward 2-G. A.
)se Langford for Ward 4-The
ns Election Friday.
* Newberry has had two elections dur
a., ing the past week and yet we still sur
Id' vive. These were only primaries, how
' ever, and we are accustomed to pri
B. mary elections now. The fi st was beld
' on Friday and the second on Monday.
DnTbere were two candidates for Mayor
and five for Aldermeni. Dr. E. C.
Jones and Mr. D. B. Wheeler were the
candidates for Mayor; and from Ward
2, E. Cabaniss and F. A. Schumpert
were in the race; and from Ward 4, the
Y, candidates were G. A. Langford, W.
H. Harris and E. H. A ull. The vote
on the first election stood: For Mayor
E. C. Jones 176; D. B. Wbeeler 90.
d For Alderman Ward 2-F. A. Schum
pert 133, and E. Cabaniss 132. For
Alderman Ward 4-G. A. Langford
129, W. H. Harris 43, and E. H. Aull
89. This nominated Jones for Mayor,
and Schumpert for Alderman from
Ward 2, and made a second race neces
sary between Langford and Aull for
Alderman from Ward 4. The second
election was held on Monday, and re
sulted as follows: Langford I42, and
Aull 98; Langford, therefore, was nom
The election passed off quietly.
These gentlemen will serve for the un
expired term of their predecessors, or
until the next general election, which,
under the amended charter, will be in
December. The election will be held.
Call and look at my Spring
Clothing. 0. M. JAMIESON.
County Board of Equalization.
The County Board of Equalizition
.held a meeting in the Anditor's office
yesterday for the purpose of going over
the returns and hearing complaints.
There were very few complaints and
but for the matter of the Bank's return
the board would have been in session
but a short time. It does seem a little
strange that this particular class of
property should be singled out but such
is the case.
's The National Bank of Newberry had
.a returned its property at $150,000. The
Savings Bank bad made its return at
>r- $12,000. It seems, as stated above that
1. the board looked upon these two classes
of property as the only ones that it was
their business to look after, and all of
n. their time was taken up in discussing
' these two returns.
After recess it was decided to raise
' the National Bank's return $20,000,
making the assessment or valuation
k $140,000; and to raise the assessment of
t he Sav'ing's Bank $2,700, putting its
valuation at $14,750.
Under an Act of the last Legis,lature
it would seem that the Auditor has
n- power to increase the assessment, even
2e after it has been passed upon bythe
>k Board of Equalization, but whether
ly Auditor Cramer will increase it or let
v. it stand as the board has put It, we are
e, unable to say. Full.power is given the
re Auditor to act independent of what
a- rights are conferred upon the Board of
ig Egualization or other officers.
r. I'he board was in session all day.
re All the Townships were represented
we except No. 7. The following were
y. No. 1, L. M. Speers; No. 2, Thos. WV.
Keitt; No. 3, W. B. Oxner; No. 4, M.
A. Renwick; No. 5, T. H. Chalmers;
No. , J. R. Spearman; No. 8, I. H.
BouIware; No. 9, R. T. C. Hunter;
No. 10, L. Q. Fellers; No. I1, E. 0.
To sunday-School Workers.
We would call the attention of all
y, superintendents' and Sabbath-school
r- workers throughout the county that
pe there is yet a deficiency of $22 50
pledged by Newberry County to the
SState Sabbath-echool work for the past
~year. The State Convention meets at
me Abbeville on April 4th, and the treas
turer, Rev. W. L. Herbert, writes me
0that it is very desirable to have the
.amount by that time. I would request
ithe schools who failed to send one dol
Jar to the County Covention to send it
sto the undersigned at once. I would
'also ask others to come to the rescue
and help cancel the debt. Act at once,
brethren. C. F. BOYD,
A number one coughi cure. Mr. Jas.
H. Barnet, 243 Cedar St., Buff'alo,
N. Y., writes thus: "I am using Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup in my family and
.deem it a numnber one medicine for
coughs and colds, and my house shall
never be without it.
Collings, the jeweler, is now to ba
found at the Central Drug Store. Re
pairing will receive his prompt atten
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
st The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores,
h- Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet
er aer 'CSappdupands, ChnIblaI, oive yacur
be Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
of gve perfect satilsfaction, or money refunded
Pce 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
e New Crop of
*' Prize Medal
e- The best seed the
d world over. Sow re
; liable seed from a re
*liable house. Avoid
seeds sold on commis
:sion, they are old and
bring nothing, but
Sonly way to be in a
good humor all the
Syear round is to plant
SBuist's Garden Seeds
7and Prime Onion Sets
and buy them from
D rnu" $tnre.
>wer.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
The Most "Delightfol" of All-Who Were
There and What They Wore.
A most delightful German was given
in the Armory of the Newberry Rifles
on last Friday evening in honor of the
visiting young ladies, who have added
so much to the pleasure of our town
during the past few weeks. Every
couple seemed to be in the very best
humor possible, and everything was so
managed as to add to the enjoyment of
the evening. The hall was handsomely
decorated specially for the occasion.
On entering the hall, one would at first
wonder if he had been transported into
the "laud of flowers." And as the
beautiful strains of music from that
well known band, equal to any in the
State, fell upon his ears he would at
once admit that he had never before ex
perienced such indescribable pleasure.
But it was not until the young ladies
made their appearance that the scene
was completed. Such a "vision" of
loveliness no one ever saw before.
The "German",was most charmingly
led by Mr. Schenck, of Augusta, Ga.,
whose smiling face and exceedingly
pleasant manner won for him the ap
plause of all.
At 10i o'clock the whistle sounded
and all were seated around the hall
ready to begin what proved to be the
most enjoyable "German" ever given
The following is a list of those pres
Mr. and Mrs. 0. McR. Holmes,
heliotrope 1bengaline silk, point degend
Mr. and Mrs. Evans, garnet silk,
cream velvet trimmings, en train.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chappell. pink
henrietta, ribbons and lace to match, en
Mr. Schenck with Miss Lake, a
princess costume of white satin, en
Mr. W. A. Fant with Miss Chase, of
Spartanburg, S. C., corn colored china
silk, ribbon trimmings, gloves and slip
pers to match, natural flowers.
Mr. Z. F. Wright with Miss Weleb,
very handsome costume of red faille
silk, gloves and slippers to match, dia
Mr. L. E. Folk with Miss Fant, crim
son crepe de chine, pink ribbon trim
mings, natural flowers, jewels.
Mr. G. F. Wearn with Miss Riser,
pink henrietta, lace and ribbon trim
Mr. M. L. Spearman with Miss Boo
zer, empire gown of cream bedford
cord, handsome sash, natural flowers.
Mr. J. L. Rennerly with Miss Glenn,
handsome costume of cream crepon,
point de gene lace, rubies.
Mr. R. G. Smith with Miss Coppock,
crimson armure bilk, mouse colored'
slipprs, demi train.
Mr. S. J. Wooten with Miss Blease,
cream china silk, jewel trimmings, nat
ural flowers, diamonds.
Mr. Coppock Speers with Miss By
num, nile green china silk, demi train,
Mr. D. S. Ellesor with Miss Wilson,
ciel blue silk, gloves and slippers to
Mr. J. C. Wilson with Miss Wheeler,
pink silk mull, ribbon trimmings, orna
Mr. P. G. Ellesor with Miss Aunie
Bynum, of NVaughanville, .S. C., white
bengaline silk, lace and ribbon trim
Mr. Nat Gist with Miss Mary Burton,
cream china silk, handsome sash, dia
Mr. Epps Brown with Miss Dold, of
Virginia, handsome costume of cream
silk, gloves and slippers to match, ru
Mr. J. B. Glasgow with Miss Arnold,
of New York striking suit of helio
trope faille silk, black velvet trimmings,
Mr. R. H. Wearn with Miss Ken
nerdy, of Asheville, N. C., empire cos
tume of pink nunsveiling, en train,
Mr. F. B. McIntosh with Miss Wil
liams, of Greenwood, S. C., white Japan
silk, lace and ribbon trimmings, gloves
and slippers to match, pearls.
NOTES FROM EXCELSIOR.
Owing to the busy season of the year
our school still has a good attendance.
Gardening and Irish potato planting
is now taking the day with our people.
Mr. J. C. Counts has been spending
several days in Greenville as a juror in
the United ;States Court.
Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. Enlow, of
Gallman conmmiunity, visited relatives
and friends in our village last week.
Our early gardeners had their young
vegtation destroyed by the freeze of
last Saturday night. Just about as we
We had the pleasure of meeting our
friend Mr. WV. B. Rikard, of Black
ville, a few days ago. Glad to see him
looking so well and that he was well
pleased with his new place of abode.
Thbe weather has been fine for several
days past and farm work has been on
a boom. Small grain looks nice and
the farmers have no room for com
plaint but should feel happy and cheer
Capt. T. L. Wheeler has just put his
section of tbe Columbia road in good
condition. It just takes our friend
"Dick" to do such road work and in
fact he is nearly large enough to do
any kind of work.
We are informed that rogues broke
into Mr. Jacob Kibler's dining-room
near Mt. Pilgrim church recently and
deprived him of several dollars worth
of provisions. No more hog stealing
has taken place in our little village re
cently. Quite a number of our people
now put t beir hogs under t he care of a
"ock" at night which may prove a
first class idea.
Mr. Editor, we were glad to see in
your last issue that you were to soon
have a new passenger depot at the C.,
N. & L. road. Bot h roads should have
united and erected a Union depot which
would have been a beauty to your city
and a convenience to each line.
Justreceved,a lo of . P
Reeds Fne Soes
In loving remembrance of Willii
Zobel. who fell asleep March 9, lS92,
the 62nd year of his age.
One year ago, to-day, death's shadi
darkened our happy home, and the I
loved husband and father left us
enter upon his heavenly inheritance.
One year ago! yet it seems but y
terday that we looked into his d(
face, and heard his loving voice,
fresh is his memory in our hearts; ai
oh how we long for "the touch of
vanished hand and the sound of a voi
that is still."
But God's will be done ; and N
leave him to his rest under the requie
of the pines and "the silent voices <
the night," in the sweet assuran<
of those who, through faith, "fall asle(
in Jesus," that it is our privilege
meet him again in the morning of
brighter day. His LoVING ONES.
March 9, 1893.
Both the method and results whei
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasan
and refreshing to the taste, and act
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys
iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitus
constipation. Syrup of Figs is th<
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt ii
its action and truly beneficial in it
effects, prepared only from the mos
healthy and agreeable substances, it
many excellent qualities commend i
to all and have made it the mos
popular remedy known.
yrup of Figs is for sale in 50<
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist wh<
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one wh<
wishes to try it. Do not accept an]
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
8AN FRANCI800, CA.,
W.UlSVIUE. KY. NEW YORX N.Y.
Improvement the Next Time.
[From the Boston Daily Globe.1
"At my next inauguration," Mr
Cleveland said dryly to some of thi
managers of the affair of Saturday, "
shall order these things differently an(
appoint my own Committee of Ar
The Great Prairie in the Northwest.
rFromi the Washington EveningStar.
"If a horse could stand it," said S. A
Row botham, a well-known citizen o
Winnipeg, Manitoba, "a man conlc
leave Winnipeg and ride 1,000 miles
west and northwest over a level prairi'
before he would be obstructed by the
mountains. This gives an idea of the
great territory west of Winnipeg
which -to the Easter~n man seams wa:
out of the world.''
BE GlIEN AWITA!
From March 10th to April 10th
1893. The Biscayne Bay Co. wil
absolutely give to any applicant o
good character, one Building Lo
in the new town, "Biscayne City,
on beautiful Biscayne Bay, Eas
coast, South Florida, the Compan:
having decided for the more rapi<
development of their property, t<
give away every alternate lot om
the beautiful boulevards of tha
new city, WITHOUT CONSIDERATION
Write, at once to Biscayne Ba;
Co., Tampa, Fla., and make you
application for a lot. These lot
are valuable now, and undoubtedl;
will rapidly be enhanced. Wher,
can you find a better investment
-one that costs you nothing, an<
by which you gain a lot in th<
midst of the most fertile and pro
ductive region on the continent
and the best spot in the world t<
Ibuild a winter home.
For Coughs, Colds, Croup
Whooping Cough, Asthma
and all diseases of the Throa
and Lungs, there is no rem
edy equal to Robertson'
compound Cough Syrup, man
ufactured at Robertson d
Gilder's Drug Store.
For Three Generations!
Mrs. Hattie Frazer, 91 03
East Ave., Hamilton, 0.,
says: Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup has been used for a
long time in her mother's,
her own, and her daugh
ter's family. She pro
nounces it an excellent
cough remedy. Feb. 8, z893
CHEWAli'P s% *. rtToba*c
Notice of Final Settlement.
~TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEY
i that I will make a final settle
ment of the estate of Mary K. Holmei
deceased, on Friday, the 24th day c
March, 1893, at 10 o'clock a. in., in th
ofce of Jacob B. Fellers, Probat
Judge for Newberry County, and wil
immediately thereafter apply for let
ters of discharge. cRHOMS
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher
p and Children. It contains nei
o other Narcotic substance. I
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothir
It is Pleasant. Its guarant(
Millions of Mothers. Castork
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoriasisso well adapted tochildrenthat (
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. AucuE.n, 3. D., '
11 o. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The uze of 'Cbstoria' is ,o universal and
its merits to well known th-t it seems a work
of supererogation t> endorse it. Few are the V
inte!ligent faiies wh j Co not keep Castoria j
within easyj reach." r
C.I.cs MstTin, D. D.,
New York City.
TzE CErAuR Co3
ML 37-. :MLp]p.
We Repiesent Stralg canpai
Brokers and Prodt
Prompt attention given to all
HIPP & \
CT PR1GBsI Ut
]all into ime an[ ju
Ilat is nea[ing foI
Thlis is a GeMiuie (
We don't propose to carry the
season. NOW IS YOUR OPPOI
the iron is hot !"
1 MAIN STREET, NEWBERRY, S.C.
S"IT STANDS Al
) 'inaran I
- for ne
E. H. AULL, AGENT, C. L
Newberry, S. C. 9B
SThNOGRAPMR'S AD Ti
MI11IOGRll IBS PLd
BEWARE OFFRAUDh' a E
W.L.D* GLAS snOE. None gen
*ad price stamped on bottom. Loo
6 stylish at
Wil gve excluive sale toso dealers a
m.esi..d.th.w..ted- Postage Free.
O.- M. JTAMIESC
THOS. S. SEASE,
Rttorq80 at Law, et
NEWBER RY, S. C. pay
Practices in all the Courts of the State.
oilections a specialty.
's prescription for Tnfants
ther Opium, Morphine nor
b is a harmless substitute
g Syrups, and Castor Oil.
e is thirty years' use by
is the Children's Panacea
astoria cures Colic, Constipation,
our Stomach, Diarrhea, Eructation,
ais Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
rithout injurious med;cation.
"For several years I have recommended
our 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
o so as it has invariably produced benencial
EDw.s F. PARnzz, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
Y,77 MnaY S=ra, Nzw YoRK Crrr
'3'. 2M. W?VIIsoz1t3
Against Loss of Propeiby.
For Comfort of Family.
Against Loss from Business.
Saetj anla Ecoaomi.
business entrusted to us.
IR t4e procession
jiler C1oe ug
!ut Price Sale.
goods over to the next
ITUNITY. "Strike while
AT THU PRICH&
IDITY, DURABILITY AND
? 100,000 IN DAIL USE.
BEEN THOROUGHLY TEst
d by the public fo)r twelve years,
e large nmber in use to-day is a
ee to its qualities.
~ypewriters takeni in part payment
rCaligraphs. We rent and sell on
WINE WALKER, JR., & Co.
~oad Street, Charleston, S. C.
S Write for
red shoe that ill not rip; Calf,
smooth inside, more comfortable,
.d durable than any other shoe ever
i price. Every style. Equals custom
es costing from $4 to $5
owing are of the same high standard cC
olice Farmers an& Ltte-Carriers.
$0 n5 $175 for Yousan os.
$20 and 2.0 Dongola, ILS
$1.75 for Misses.
to gettb bess an
~~- ty. Doo
nd genera mereaz whi I haeu
ns, acj nNT~. KI
BORE WELLS EITHER120R18
inches in diameter. Will make
er size to suit customers. Wall
b best Terracotta pipe. Guarantee
geen '7 and 10) feet of water or no
.Prices reduced to suit the hard
all on or write to
L. A. McDOWELL,