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LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
Advertisers will confer a favor by
mrding in their copy for changes not
later than Monday morning.
The merchants of Newberry will
cltse their stores a' 6 p. in., except on
Saturday, from June 1st to September
1st. Make a note of it., and attend to
your shopping before the hour of
This is a move in the right direction
and will give the clerks a little time
they can call their own.
To Wind Up.
The stockholders of the Newberry
B; r, L. held a meeting on Tuesday
night. 16th, and decided unanimously
to win i up t-e affairs of the association
bt the end of the present year.
Buckeye Mowers :,r n
Are the Best.
4t JNo;W. TAYLOR& Vo., Ag'ts.
Evangelist W.'.P. B. Kinard has been
holding tent meetings in Newberry for
the post two weeks, assisted by Mr.
C ~ ey Tillman, the sweet singer. The
niatings have been well attended, and
were closed on Monday night.
itrongest, Simplest and Lightest
Drift Harvester and Binder on the
WI and see one in the Store.
-tf F. A. SCHUMPERT.
7'he.Luther Alliaice will give a
lawn -party at the parsonage Friday
night the 26th, in the interest of the
imw Oehurch. Lawn party will open at
7.30 p. m., and at 8 o'clock Mrs. Farley
will gfve an exhibition of her wax
work There will be other amuse
mentson the ground.
Admission 10 cents. Children under
Ten pieces Satines, 10c. yd, at Dav
If You Will Ask
your Physician, he will tell you that
tbere'is nothing better for the Liver,
Blood and Kidneys, or Rheumatism,
than the Harris Lithia Water. tf.
New line of Oxford Ties at Daven
June 7th and Sth.
The Prosperity High School exercises
wilitake place in the school building
on Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
June 7th and 8th. The school is in a
flourishing condition under the man
agement of Prof. E. 0. Counts. The
enrollment of the school surpasses any
for the past few years.
On Wednesday evening the literary
address will be delivered.
On Thursday evening the exercises of
the school will be rendered.
World's Coluiblan Exposition
Will -be of value to the world by il
justr4ting the improvemant in the
mbeehanical. arts and eminent physi
clans will telf you that the progress in
me& 'nsl agents, has been of equal
im,Artance, and as a strengthening
laxgtive that Sprup of Figs is far in
advance of ali others. -
Bates to Richmond.
On account of the ceremonies attend.
int the reintermient of ex-President
Jefferson Davis's remains, the Rich
mnood and Danvilie Railroad will sell
round trip tickets to Richmond, Va.,
on May 28 and 29, and fpr trains sched
-uled to arrive in Richmond on May 31,
at the following rates: For individuals,
$16.65; military companies, $12 30; vet
ez ans' organizations, $9.80.
For Shoes, Clothing, Hats
and Furnishing Goods, Jamie-.
7 son's is the place to buy. ly.
Plain and embroidered Handker
chiefs, all prices, at Davenport's. tf
The best stock of Shoes in
Newberry at Jamieson's. 1y.
Cottonades at prices to suit all at
- The H. B. Tax Case
Is still on, but they have just brought
- on a new lot of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hats and Shoes, which will be sold at
reasonable prices by RsEL
ly J. S.RUSEL
Buy Yourself a Hammock and
be comfortable for the Summer.
For sale by S. B. Jones. tf
A Golden Wedding.
On to-morrow Mr. David Jones, of
West Milton, Ohio, but formerly a citi
ren of Newberry, will celebrate his gol
* On May 2.5, 1843, he and Mrs. Jones
bea~life's journey together. It is a
longiine and but few persons are ner
nitted the happy privilege of sojourn
ing together for so many years.
heHerald and News has not the
'r?ieg 9f a personal acquaintance
~old people, but it begs
to extend tb themits best wishes and
htopes that good health and happiness.
*may attend them for many years yet.
ThPi'enic at Chappells.
On last-Friday tbe good people in
the neighborhood of Chappells gave a
very nice picnic. It was expected that
the bridge uniting the two counties of
Newberry and Edgefield would be
completed and received on that day.
-It.was far enough advanced to be used
for crossing, but not quite finished.
* The comisioners examined it and
received it as far as gone, but owing to
the delay in getting some lumber it
could. not be received. It is a very
good bridge and a very long one.
The picnic was well attended and
everyone seemed to be having a good
time. In the afternoon the young peo
pie engaged slightly in the dance for
amusement, while others followed
other pastimes to while away the mo
-The completion of the bridge at, this
place will be a very great convenience
-to the people on both sides of the river,
but ese 5pl will it be a great thing
for the Egfield people who want to
-get to market and the railroad. It will
beoa great saving to themi in the shape
. ow's This:
W",e offer One H-undred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
-not be cu.Jed by Hall's Catarrh Cures.
F. J. CHBENEY & CO., Props., Tol
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
WEST & TRUAx. Whole.-ale Drug
gists, Toledo, 0. WVALDIso, KJxxAx
& \fARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Trol
edo .. .
.ian's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Fish Hooks and Lines at $. B:
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. -
Commencement will soon be Lwe.
Summer seens to have come at last.
Both i be passenger depots are being
Teebers for the Graded School %il
be elected on June 1.
The Methodist hot supper last Fri
day evening was quite a success.
The t hriometer was 95in the shade
in Newberry on Sunday at 4 p. n.
The county board of control did not
decide on a location for the dispensary.
The Lutherans are taking steps to
commence the building of their new
A special meeting of the Excelsior
Fire Company will be held this (Tues
day) evening at 8 o'clock.
The Methodist Sunday-school is mak-.
ing arrangements to pior ic at Little
Mountain about the middle of June.
The County Board of Control adver
tise some information in another
column that msay be of interest to-some
Not many people from this section
attended the carnival in Columbia last
week. Money was scarce and we all
had too much work to do.
Do you want a dispensary in New
berr3? Have you signed the petition?
They say that two applicants have a
majority of the freehold voters.
On Thursday, June 1st, the trustees
of the Graded Schools will elect teach
ers for the next year. Applications
must be filed with W. E. Pelham.
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer is doing good
work in Savannah. He received 29
new members to his church last Sun
day-making 113 since January 1st.
Mrs. Mary Cooper, of the Trinity
section, had her dress to catch on fire
fom a spark from her pipe one day last
week. She had a narraw escape from
Health Inspector Bishop says he
finds the town in pretty good condi
tion. He is having some good work
done in the bottom near the jail in the
way of draining.
Cards of invitation are out for the
marriage of Mr. Jas. H. Wise and Miss
Nora Kate Miller, both of Little Moun
tain, in this county, on Tuesday, June
Gth, at 8.30 p. m., in the Holy Trinity
The tent meetings conducted for the
past two weeks in Col. Leavell's grove,
by Rev. Mr. Perce Kinard and Mr.
Tillman, have been well attended, and
it is hoped have been productive of
Life is a checkered affair, now, with
the old pine box for a board, in front
of the village grocery store.-Ex.
You should organize a branch of the
Sons of Rest. Then life would be worth
Capt. Little has had built at Little
Mountain a nice pavilion and it is
covered. In case of a rain persons
thsre on picnic occasions need not get
wet. This is a delightful place at
which to picnic.
The rules for the dispensary are pub
lished in another column this week.
No loafing allowed around the prem
ises. You buy your half pint and you
leave, and you-can only buy once a
day; remember that.
The new depot at the C., N. & L. R. R.
will be open for the public on Satur
day. It is a very neat and convenient
building and will add greatly to the
%omfort of passengers. The platform
will be extended down the track for
The Methodists have selected the
plans for their new church and will
begin building as soon as they receive
the specifications. It is to be of wood
wd to cost, complete, 146,000. They
should have built a $10,000 or $15,000
brick church. They are amply able
The Governor tells us that we can
iave beer on ice, but that we will have
to pay fifteen cents a bottle for it. We
an get it on ice now for ten cents a
bottle; but then this dispensary lx er is
to be of such a superior quality that we
will be willing to pay the extra five
eents, no doubt.
When in Town
Call an'd see the Lightest, Swiftest
nd Best Harvester and binder-The
4t JNo. WV. TAYLOR & Co., Ag'ts.
Miss Lizzie Ruff was in town last
Miss Bessie Riser has returned from
Mr. Harry H. Blease has returned to
Anderson with his bride.
Hon. George Johnstone returned yes
terday from Washington.
Mr. Chas. A. Bowman came down
from Harris Springs ar.d spent Sunday
Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., is in attend
mne upon the Supreme Court in Co
Miss Lizzie Griffin has returned
fom an extended visit to Edgefield
Mr. Thos. D. Lake, of Laurens, spent
aturday and Sunday in Newberry on
m visit to his father, Mr. W. J. Lake.
Mrs. Bose Wilson and Miss Lucile
Wilson, of Newberry, are visiting rela
ives here.-Laurens Advertiser, 23d
Mrs. Frank Evans and little daugh
er, of New berry, and Mrs. Evans, of
Marion, are visiting in the city.-Lau
rens Advertiser, 23d inet.
We had a pleasant call on yesterday
from Capt. C. 0. Little, the genial and
ffable Superintendent of the Colum
ia. Newberry and Laurens Railroad.
The new agent at the C., N. & L.
R. R., Mr. Jno. F. Livingston, is a
rormer pupil of the editor of The Her
ild and News, and we give him a
bearty welcome to Newberry and hope
be will find it pleasant here.
Prettiest stock of White Goods in
own at Davenport's. tf
Ten pieces Percales just received at
If You Wish to Enjoy
he Spring and Summer weather and
robably prevent a long spell of fever,
,leanse your system and purify your
lood by the use of the Harris Lithia
Water. It has no equal. tf.
The nicest line of Neckwear
in Newberry at Jamieson 's. ly
Fernale Weakness Positive Cure.
To the Editor:-Please inform your
eaders that I have a positive remnedy
or the thousand and one ills which
rie from deranged female organs. I
hall l,e glad to send two bottles of my
-eme(y FREE to any lady if they will
end t heir Express and P. 0. address.
Dr. E. G. MA RCH ISI,
UnIcA, K. Y.
For Straw Hats go to Ja
ieson 's. An immense stock
: select~ from, ly.
If You Will Read
.e strong testimonials of persons who
ave been cured by the use of tne Har
-s Lithia Water, you will be convinced
f its efficacy. tf.
EE HERE! WHAT DO YOU
A fine button hook worth 25c.
For nothing, if you buy a bottle of
Ladies' Seal Oil Shoe Dressing
et ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
Ti,e W. C. T V. and it,e tandi of Hope Oh
serve-d time Anniversary of the Death of
their Lamented President Yesterday.
Ou the 23d of May, 1892. Mrs. Cyn
thia Mower, the be1.-ved and honored
President !Df the Wonen's Cbristian
Temperance Union and tbe Bands of
Hope, at Newberry, was suddenly cut
down by the relentless hand of death
while in the flush of her days and the
hour of her greatest usefulness.
And on yesterday afternoon the sr
cieties of the Newberry W. C. T. U.
and the Band of Hope assembled at the
A. R. Presbyterian church to keel)
in loving memory the name and ser
vices of their departed friend and presi
dent in the following happy little pro
1. Singing by choir: "Some Sweet
2. Scripture Lesson and Prayer by
Rev. G. A. Wright.
3. Roll Call.
4. Recitation by Pawnee Jones.
5. Recitation b~y Helen Jones.
6. Recitation by Carrie Mayes.
7. Recitation by Lucy Speers.
S. Duet: "Harbor Bells"-by Misses
9. Address by Rev. J. B. Fox.
10. Remarks by Rev. E. P. McClin
11. Programme for next meeting.
12. Singing Mrs. Mower's favite
hymn: "Bringing in the Sheaves."
13. Berediction by Rev. E. P. Mc
Again, at night, the society at the
Cotton Mills assembled in the 2nd Bap
tist church, where they brought their
flowers of memory a:.d mingleel them
with the immortelle of undying re
membrance in a tender and beautiful
memorial service. Rev. Prof. Fox de
livered the kddress. Fragrant is the
memory of the dead.
The Y. B. T. Company.
On June 9th at t- onera house the
Y. B. T. Company wii. give a perform
ance. They will present the play "Out
of His Sphere." Admission will be 10,
15 and 25 cents.
The boys propose to contribute twen
ty per cent. of the proceeds to the
fund for cleaning up and fencing in the
old graveyard. It is a worthy object
and we hope the boys will have a good
house. The entertainment itself will
be worth the money and then in addi
tion you will be helping a good cause
by giving the entertainment your pres
The old graveyard needs to have
something done for it. The Herald
and News has two subscriptions for
this fund-one of $10-but it needs
more and those who are interested
should come to the rescue.
A safe and pleasant remedy for
all affections of the Stomach and
Bowels. Manufactured and for
sale at RoBERTSON & GILDER'S
Oxfords from 75c. to $2.75
at Jamieson's; all of latest
styles; eall; examine them. ly.
Harris Lithia Water.
The analysis shows it, the water
proves it, and the testimonials
from the most prominent phy
sicians from all parts of the coun
try testify to the superierity of
the Harris Lithia Water to any
other in the United States. ti.
Embroideries of all kinds at Daven
To Wed In Richmond.
Mar. Jeff'J. Foote left Atlanta yes
terday for Richmond, where he will
announce his engagement to Miss Flora
Nelson, of that city, Sunday eveuing.
Miss Nelson is the daughter of Mr.
N. W. Nelson, a retired merchant of
Richmond, and a wealthy and influen
tial gentleman. She is extremely pret
ty and highly accomplished as well as
the possessor of a nature rich in re
sources and womanly beauty.
Mr. Foote is one of thbe most promi
nent young members of the business
fraternity and Hebrew circle. He is of
the firm of A be Foote & Bro., and bas
the esteem and friendship of all who
A reception will be held at the home
of the bride's parents Sunday even
The maariage will not occur for some
time yet.-Atlanta Journal. May 6.
Shoes, Hats, Clothing, etc.
enough to supply the county,
Change of Date.
'The meeting of the Teachery Associ
ation will be held in Converse College,
Spartanburg, on the 2nd, 3d and 4th of
August, instead of the time heretofore
published. This change is made for
reasons which seem to be imperative.
Chairman of Executive Comnittee.
Beautiful line of Fans, all prices, at
The Latest Nove.ties
Just received in Millinery. Hats,
Trimmings, Etc. Call and examine. A
new line of Fans, &c.
MRS. S. A. RIsER.
- ow Try Thia.
It will cost you nothing and will surely do
you good, if you have a Cough, Cold, or any
trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief
or money will be paid back. Sufferers trom
La Grippe found it just the thing, and under its
use bad a speedy and perfect recovery. T ry
a sample bottle at our expense and learn for
yourself just how good a thing it is.
Trial bottles free at Robertson- & Gilder's
DrugStore. Large size 50c. and $1.00.
A big drive in Childrea's
Suits for next 30 days. I am
going ta make a run on Chil
ly 0. M. JAMIESON.
When Baby was sick, w,. gave her Ca...oria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
If Any One Will Use
a case of the Harris Lithia Water and
is not benefited, the money will be re
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores
BruIses, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn, Fever Sores, Tet
tr, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
all Skin Ernptions, and positIvely cure's
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
vec perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
ice 25 cents pe box. F'or sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
Worsteds 25c. to 40c., just received
at Davenport's. If
GERMAN AND PEXARL4
For sale at cost at
TOTERTSON & GTLDERS
Highcst of all in Lcavening P
Church Dedication at Chapin.
CIAIiN, Lexington County, May 18.
-The corner stone of Mt. Horeb Ev
angelical Lutheran Church at this
place will be laid at 10 a. in. on Satur
day June 3, 1893. The sermon will be
preached by the Rev. J. ;. Sohaid, of
ightwell, S. C. Ollicer. will be in
On Sunday, June 11, at 10 a. I. I lie
-burch will be consecratei to the wor
4hip of Almighty God. Rev. M. M.
Kinard, of Columbia, will preach the
dedicatory sermon. His happy style,
well chosen matter, and winning way
will doubtless fill the souls of those pre
ent with joy that we may worbhip
Uod with a new congregation, in a
nice, new edifice. The celebration of
the Lord's supper will follow.
All pastors are cordially invited to
attend the-e services. The sanie cordial
invitation is extended to all others.
I would add, for the information of
those who have been or msay be soli
ited for aid, by card or otherwise, that
we have simply arranged the finances
so as to dedicate the church. So your
aid is very greatly needed, for we are
nly a few willing, but weak hands to
a very considerable load; and may we
not justly hope for your response? Re
member, kind friend, our church has
lost much by neglecting the towe-s.
Many and heart-felt thanks are ex
tended to all kind friends who have
lent as a helping hand; and may God,
the giver of every good gift, abundantly
reward you. WM. L. DARR, pastor.
Pelham's Plackberry Bal
som is a guaranteed remedy
for Dysenterry, Diarrhwa,
Cholera Morbus, Summercom
plaint for children as well for
Money refunded if not re
Mr. Blease at Montevideo.
Speaking of the closing exercises of
the Montevideo High School, the Hart
well (Ga.) Sun has this to say of the
ddress delivered by Mr. H. H. Blease:
"At 11:30 o'clock Hon. Elbert M.
Rucker, whose exhaustless eloquence
is well known on both sides of the
Savannah, in a .happy manner pecu
liarly his own introduced the ora
tor of the occasion, Mr. H. H.
Blease, a handsome young barrister
rrom Anderson, S. C., who at the out
set captured the audience and en
hained their alert attention until the
echoes of his voice ceased after an elo
quent and lofty peroration. His subject
was, "The Duty of Citizenship." and
most ably did he handle his ';:uitful
and timely theme. [We learn that Mr.
Blesse led a lovely young Virginian to
Hymen's altar this week, and certainly
be will have the best wishes of the vast
audience that caught the 'pearls of
thoughts that fell from his lips at
But go to
And buy a
S. H - Clifrord, New Castle. Wis., wa trou
el with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his
stomach was disordered, his Liver was affect
ted to an alarming dlegree, appetite fell away.
rn, he was terribly reduced in flesh and
trength. Three "c.les of Electric Bitters
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a
rnning sore on his leg of eimrht years' stand
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters
and seven boxes Bucklen's Armica Salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Ca-.
tawba, 0., hadl five large Fever sores on his
leg; doctors said he was incurable> One bot
te Electric Bitters and one box Buckien's Ar
nicaSalve cured hun entirel3. Sold by Robert
son & (Uilder.
If you want to get a nice suit
for a little money, Jamieson's
is the p)lace to go.1y
For Straw Hats, Jamieson's
is headquarters. ly.
REJOICING IN THlETABERNACLE.
almag~e Calls for the Doxology, with All
the Trumpet stops Pulledl Out.
[New Y\ork Sun, 22nd.]
In the expectation of hearing Dr.
Talmage say something about the set
tlement of the church debt, a big crowd
atended the service in Brooklyn Tab
rnacle yesterday morning. Dr. Tal
mage's reference to this subject was
He read fromt a piece of paper as fol
"Consequent upon the dreadful
necessity of being compelled by disas
ters to build three immense churches
in the same city, this church had two
moths. ago, a floating debt of $110,000.
Next Sabbath morning, through the
contribution of friends and the gener
osity of those to whom we were in
debted. I will preach a sermon comn
memorative of the payment of that
entire floating debt. So the destiny of
this church and my pastorate are
decided. The tremendous obstacles
removed from our way, the Brooklyn
Tabernacle will quadruple its work for
od and the world."
When he bad finished reading he
aid: "Now what shall we sing? Oh,
let it be the long metre doxology, and
oull out all the trumpet stops."
After thesinginghe preacbed asermon
on sympat by. At close of the services
hundreds pf men and women crowded
forward to congratulate him upon the
wcr.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
DEFINES HIS POSITION.
Senator Butler Tells Where He Stands on
National Legislation-He Is for Free
Coinage-Also Favors the Repeal of
the Shertnan Law, Provided the
State Bank Tax is Repealed.
[C')ltjmbia Journal, _Dth.j
I)o you think an extra session of
Conyress will be called by the Presi
dent?" asked a Journal reporter of Sen
ator Butler, who was in the city yester
"Yes. The understanding when I
left Washington, two days ago, was
that Congress will be convened the
first or middle of September. Whether
the late decision of the Supreme Court
declaring the Chinese exclusion act
constitutional and the complications
whbich may arise from it will require an
earlier session, cannot now be deter
mined, but my impression is that it
"Do you anticipate any friction or
divisions in the Democratic party over
"No; not worth speaking of. Now
that the Democratic party is, for the
first time since the war, in possession
of all the branches of the government,
I think we shall be able to make a sat
isfactory readjustment of the tariff, and
relieve the people of excessive and un
"Has it been decided what plan of
readjustment will be adopted?"
"I think not, definitely. I am in
clined to the opinion, however, that
tne general scheme will be the lines of
the Mills bill, with perhaps a heavier
rednction in most of the schedules, and
an enlargement of the free list."
"But, Senator, will not the Demo
cratic Congress be much embarrassed
by the extravagance of the Republican
administration, depletion of the treas
ury and increased expenditures?"
"Unquestionably, and it will require
all the wisdom of all the thoughtful
Democrats in every branch of the gov
ernment to meet successfully the terri
ble burdens left upoa the country by
the Harrison administration. The enor
mous appropriations for pensions, run7
ning anywhere from $150,000,000 to
$180,000,000, with the other necessary
expenses of the government, will strain
the resourses of the country, but you
know a reduction of the tariff will in
crease the revenues and I have hopes
we shall impose an income tax, so that
with prudence and economy in con
ducting the affairs:of the government
we may reasonably expect to get along
without much trouble."
"How about the financial legisla
"Ab! There is the stumbling block.
Both parties are divided on financial
legislation and I fear serious difficul
"Have you views you care to express
on the financial problem? What would
be your solution of it?"
"WVell, that's a very 'ssrchin' ques
tion,' as Vance would say, but if you
can stand the deliverance of my views,
I think I can, although I must abbre
viate. In the first place, let me say I am
in favor of the free and unlimited coin
age of silver. When I entered the Senate,
and the subject was new to me, my in
clinations were the other way, but
after investigation I became satisfied
that bimetalism in its fullest sense was
the proper thing for this country and
have since acted on that theory, It is
proper to say in this connection, how
ever, what I have said in debate-that
many of t.he advocates of free coinage
greatly exaggerate from their stand
point the advantages and benefits of
unlimited free coinage of silver; and,
on the other hand, the opponents
greatly exaggerate, from their point
of view, the evils to flow from it.
In my judgment. the free coinage of
silver would aff'ord partial financial re
lief, by increasing the circulating me
dium somewhat, but it could not possi
bly amount to a great deal, because of
the limit upon the supply of bullion
and the limited capacity of the mints
for coinage. I say, therefore, the relief
in the direction indicated would be
scarcely appreciable under our present
financial system. I have never given
any weight to the alarms periodically
sounded by the monometalists that we
shall be sent to financial perdition if
we adopt free coinage. Their prognos
tications of ruin and disaster have too
often proven fallacious to entitle them
to much consideration. The Sherman
law has lately been 'ised as a club by
WVall street to force the secretary of the
treasury, Mr. Carlisle, to issue bonds to
maintain the one hundred million gold
reserve required by law to be kept in
the treasury as security for the three
hundred and forty-six million green
backs, but a little wholesome pluck
and independence on the Secretary's
part has taught a valuable lesson and
set a most instructive precedent. The
secretary would not become panic
stricken, so Wall street concluded it
would not pay to push the panic busi
ness too far and has got to behaving
"Would you vote for the repeal of
the Sherman law?"
"I care nothing about the Sherman
law; am in no sense responsible for it,
but I would not consent to its repeal
and thereby totally demnonitize silver
again. If those who are so anxious to
get rid of the purchase of silver under
the Sherman law will couple with its
repeal a section to repeal the ten per
cent, tax on the State bank circulation
I would vote for it. The repeal of the
ten per cent, tax on State bank circu
lation would settle the financial ques
tion for a quarter of a century. We
might then coin all the silver in the
world and our State banks could ab
sorb it as security for their circulation
and the maintenance of whatever bank
reserve that might be required. We
should have all the currency, a local
currency if you please, to transact the
business of the country. This currency
may be made as sound as the national
bank currency. I am inclined to think
from what I know of the opinions of
leading Democrats, men very high in
the councils of the party, that this will
be our way out of the financial difler
ences; namely, a repeal of the Sherman
law, coupled with the repeal of 10 per
cent. tax on State bank circulation, and
a graduated income tax. If the Demo
cratic party will do this and readjust
the tariff, we shall hear no more of
financial troubles for twenty-five years.
The Democratic party will retain con
trol of the g&vernment indefinitely as
it wound deserve to do, and Third
partyism would disappear from the face
of the earth. This is my financial plat
"WVhen do you return to Washing
"I have not decided definitely. The
Senate blocked out work enough for
my committee, inter-State conmuerce,
to employ me for three months, but I
shall appoint a sub-committee, I thin k,
and spend the greater part of my holi
day at home."I
"Do you care t. say anything on the
subject of State polit ic.?"'
"Sot now. I have said enzough f. r
the present. Some other time I will
discussState poliie.s with you if y'ou
care to hear me."I
Base Balls and Bats at S. B.
.Tes'. tf I
May 17, 1893, at Ninety-Six, by Rev.
M. M. Brabhan, assisted by Rev. L.
T. Carroll and Rev. W. A. Rogers, '%r.
J.. S. Wilson and MIss Maggie Brab
bam-both of Ninety-Six.
Frank, infant son of.Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. Timmons, died in Newberry on Sun
day night, 20th instant, aged about 18
Mrs. Carrie V. Cauthen, wife of Mr.
Walter V. Cauthen, and daughter of
Mr. Ivy Z. Abrais of Newterry, died
at her home in Kershaw County, on
Saturday, 20th, aged about 20 years.
On the first of May, 1S93, Mrs Harriet
C. Willingham, the beloved wife of A.
J. Williogham, departed this tran
sitory life at her home in Glymphville,
Newberry County. S. C., in the 47th
year of her age. She was an exempla
ry and pious person, and by her con
sistent deportment and conversation,
proved her Christian character. She
was a meni ber of the Methodist Church.
Though childless she loved children,
and was kind and considerate in all the
relations of life. The deceased passed
from death unto life in the full assur
ance of a blissful immortality.
Yesterday morning Mrs. Anna B.
Chapman, the widow of the late Mr.
Junius E. Chapman, of Orlando, Fla.,
died in this city at the residenceof Mrs.
E. Pollock, on Plain street.
The deceased was a sister of Mr.
Thomas Kinkead of this city and was
about forty years of age. She moved
here from her native city, Brooklyn,
N. Y., with her parents fourteen years
ago, and married and moved to Orlan
do, the home of her husband, seven
years ago. Since her husband's death
she has been in failing health and it
was only two weeks ago that her bro
ther went to Florida and brought her
here in the hope that the change would
be beneficial. On the contrary she con
tinued to fail and yesterday morning
death ended her sufferings.-The State,
"WORTE A GUINEA A BOE.
psiais sealng the roses from man
ladies cheeks, and makino many mcm s
VrIll sTet~ aei
ad restore hee!tb.
vrUm ek acten ",$Ie,
a charm on the Stonaeh, Liver and
Kidneys. Price 25 Cents a bor.
Covered with a Tasteles and Soluble Coaing.
I NeRS YokS . A.RI SER'S.
A vey seect tockof te chices
novetie in illner an 'ois
NOIC SERB GIE
ofhen i Stokho der of Soes,rr
thelplae plac buy Thm.day.h
Soetecr ilietry N.and I.tion.
May GO6, 1893 D
isel are h0 ereb tho ifidt avh
Mr. C W. isho has MORRelcteS.
City CEniS HEROfiEY GIVteNt
of thewer Stckodes o e hiserr
rounday of Jnecto 18ofa 8 premise.,i
Armory.Alokoderso B ardeoHelth
W. . OUSA CH. airmn.
O HEWEERS OETF HEREM
isesti arecubyntiied omitte the
same clensedan isiete at onerr
Ciut Counclse althcer., the Satudyn
3d, neerfo anheroe isfnowkin s
aons ma i ensecn r of pregardto
the pacer of oardJ of Heltb.reind
W .H H.EL ChArman
RN. . AIR1, Secretary. ___
IN PURSUANE OF THEQUEST
thils couft wilol metict N.w1e,rth
Curthosed votersn. onh Saurday Jue
qu,etd tormet the rpohuse oftkngsc
ationday, may b7, ncary in r'cockard m..
the omin apciary axor mSnaor teboll
hplaoe. ofHo. T. A. SERBE resgnd
AT C . M.I, SecrTHRSDAY
ofne maort, o8f3 the rsetfee-o
Newerry School District wi.l10 telc
qualife ote scoste saeare e
Auperto enet, at s aholaryu on
Strdy FMae 27cr, at the o' lary
toAt MalsePcipal of th Collsor edo
Eltecn ofT aces
Juneications may te Trseesit the
Teacersgnad. Ne ery rae
ASuperinten ent,aty sarof
NewFerry, S. C., May 12, 1S9:3.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem efectually, 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 truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only tom the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
up of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
" SAN FRANCISCO, CA4
LOUSVIWI.E. KY. NEW YOR. N.Y.
OUR LINE OF - - -
Remember, we charge you
CL OT HIN G than you have
at other places. We have the
County, and we guarautee th
QUALITY AND MAKE-UP e
Call and see us, and we
Public Square, }Th
Newberry, S. C. 1
We Repre8ent Strang Dn
Brokers and Prc
Prompt attention given tc
"IT STANDS A
-----S W - for
E. H. AULL, AGENT,
Newberry, S. C.
HrInTSr WE WANT0 ON
er S cientific Machit
- heir cost a dozen t
A chIld can operate
- 29 Murr
Makes Ice Creai
,BEWRE OF FADh' U
W.L.DOULS SlOE~, Nonege -
and price stamd on botom. Looe
Miay 17th and ISth are the dates fixed
for Columbia's Grand Spring Carnival.
Our fair city opens wide her gates and
bids you welcome to the festivities of
twe occasion, and we'll do all we can
to make it entertaining and pleasant
for you. If you come you'll probably
need some new Spring Clothing. If
you doa't come you'll probably need
it anyway. If I can save you money
on the purebase of it, why shouldn't
you get it from me? I've been in the
basiness many ye irs, know just what
you need, and have provided a stock
from which you can select your com
plete ouLfit and be astonished at the
small cost of it. Beautiful Suits I'm
showing at $7.50, $10.50, $12.50, $13.50,
$15.00 and $16.50. You'll not find the
same quality elsewhere at these figures,
and you'll get your money's worth
when you invest in them.
There's an immense stock of Fur
nishings from which to supply your
wants. Underwear in all the various
grades and qualities, Neckwear in all
the fashionable shades and shapes,
Collars and Cuffs, Hosiery, HandKer
chiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Shirts,
My' Boys' Department contains a
beautiful assortmer t of styles and pat
terns this season. Knee Pants Suits,
5 to 15 years, at $1.00 to $7.50 per suit.
I make a specialty of Extra Size,
Stout, Slim and Clerical Suits, and can
fit you without trouble.
If you can't visit Columbia write for
what you want. Prompt attention
given to mail orders.
M. L. KINARD,
120 MAIN STREET,
At sign of the Golden Star,
Coln -m-i.a, B. C.
UTS OF THESE
VED BY US.
no more for IMMNSELAI
to more for FIR ST-CLASS
to pa forsecond rate clothing
HANDSOMEST STOCK in the
at our Prices Are the Loweest,
~il certanly pease you. -
E }Against Loss of Property.
-For Comfort of Family.J
Against Loss from Business.
te8 Saitijt aMl EcoRnig.
all business entrusted to us.
T THE HEAD. "
RAPIDITY, DURABILITY AND
.V.R 100,000 IN DAILY USE.
IAS BEE N THOROUGHLYTEST
'edby the public for twelve years
d the large number in use to-day is a
arantee to its qualities.
)ld Typewriters taken in part payment
new Caligraphs. We rent and sell on
C. IRVINE WALKER, Ja., & CO.
9 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.
TP WRITE RUPLIIKI
}} Write for
M EY TOWN DEfiLERS
te made on a Scientific Principle. Save
mes a year. It is not mussy or sloppy.
it. Sells at sight. Send for prices and
iy Street, NEW YORK.
ni in 30 Seconds.
f. L. DOUGLAS
sewed shethat will not rip; Calf,
less, smooth inside, more comfortable,
~h and durable than any other shoe ever
tthe price. Every style. Equals custom
shoes costing from $4 to $5.
Sfollowing are of the same high standard of
~.oand $5-oo Fine Calf,l n-Swd
0-.50 Police, Farmers and Letter-Carriers.
,..o, $za 5nd $n.oo for Working Men.