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MR. EDITOR: Now is a good time to
write about the dispensary-not direct
ly the dispensary in general, but of our
dispensary in particular-while news
is scarce and there is not much of any
thing else to e' nsider in this column;
although the dep nsary is a big thing
to talk on three hundred and sixty-five
days in the year. And to write-of such
things gives the public something to
feed. upon, to reflect over and to take
an Interest in, in order to keep the
mind alive and prevent stagnation.
We do not all agree on the subject,
but that is all right. People never did
unanimously agree upon any question
-that is, hardly ever. If everybody
believed in the Raptist denomination,
there would be no Lutherans, etc., to
help them straighten this crooked
world. And if we had no electrical
storms to purify the atmosphere- the
elements would be in bad condition.
So it is well to stir things occasionally
an8 get rid of the malaria if possible.
Principalities and municipalities will
differ, and there is nothing wrong in
this. Because Noah got drunk when
he came out of the ark, was no more a
reason for the establishment of vine
yards and distilleries than for the or
ganiantion of temperance secCN:Q and
dispen,-aries, anid yet no doubt is Lhose
days Lhat incident was discussed from
-both standpoints by the Noahites and
the "antis." The only thing about it
perhaps that the public would unani
mously agr'ee on was .that Noah's
stomach wasn't as big as he thought it
was when he began taking a little for
Its own sallie, as Paul once told Timo
thy to do, or else his system was out of.
-' But to the dispensary in particular;
and because some of us disagree on it,
let's not get "mad"-for really those
cyclone mosquitos are too bad these
nights for any of us to retire with a
If the, writer was a pronounced Pro
hiibitionist and violently in favor of
4.he dispensary, it could be then said
thiat he was biased and extremely par
tisan in his views. ].ut-if it be imn
portant enough-let it be borne in
mind by the opposers of the dispensary
system thiat he voted squarely against
prohibition. So that what will be here
*said will be said in a spirit of fairness
and friendliness, with no desire for
controversg, bug simply to do t'he
r4a moral and social point of
view", then, the dispensary is a suca
cess. We have no wish or intention
to discus It politically or financially
except to say that some men are weak
minded enough to oppose it on account
-. of its advocates, and that it 'can no
more be-run without "for the, revenue
that is in it" than a minister of the
gospel-can preach without money. As
well say that a preacher'Is not in earn
est in saving souls because he wants
(as he needs his share of the "filthy"
lucre. Away-with all such hypocricy!
And if it is wrong for a church mem
ber to be a dispienser, why was it once
right for a Christian druggist to sell
whiskey for other than sickness?
But it is only of its moral and social
-features that we care to speak at pres
ent, knowing that what tends to ele
vate morally and socially is of benefit
spiritually and religiously.
Where are the noisy crowds of half
drunken negroes that used to infest
our streets at night-specially every
SatAday night--and make the -time
and place hideous with 'their coarse
curses an4-yells Where is the tumult
heretofore incident to the landing of
the colored railroad hands every pay
day? Where is the indecent-nproar,
* the brutal and bloody ending of the
brawling midnight dance,or the drink
ing, cutting, slashing and;shooting of
the gambling den?' Whbere are the ca
rousing knock-downs and drag-outs,
white and black, on public occasions?
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Where is the rioting on public holi
days? Where was the disorder on last
4th of July, since the dispensary went
into effect, and on which day men
marveled at the quietness of the large
crowd (of colored people from the
country) which had hitherto invaria
bly raised the dust in our town at sim
ilar celebrations?, Where are the loaf
ers who once hung by day and still
hung far into the night around the
barrooms while their weary wives and
worn-out children toiled for their mis
erable joint-support? Where is the
restless walking and nervous dodging
on Sunday of men trying to get whis
key to quench the unquenchable thirst
intensified by the Saturday night de
bauch made easy by the access of the
open saloon? Where are the blubber
ing bacchanalian songs and obscene
words of Saturday afternoon, drinkers
as they left the suburbs of Newberry,
shooting with unsteady hand and be
fuddled brain the dangerous and ever
too-handy pistol? Where is the din of
saledays and the confusion of the bone
yard? Where are the loitering and
strolling bands of half-grown half
breeds and lazy young bucks of both
races on our streets, made lazier and
inflamed by the ready drink, in the
way of decent q;grking people every
day and impudently staring at our
pure and sweet mothers and sisters
and innocent wives and little children?
Where is all that, and more-much
Gone! To a very large extent gone
with the passing of the saloon and the
coming of the dispensary. Why?
Because you can get liquor now only
once a day. Because the dispensary
closes daily at 6 p. in. and is not open
in the early hours of the evening and
night when men are idle. Because you
can get no liquor from the back door
of the dispensary on Sunday. Be
cause you can get no liquor on credit
now. Because you cannot mortgage
your house and'lot, or your plantation,
or the property of your wife and chil
dren for liquor now. Because you
cannot pawn your watch or barter
your wife's trinkets or treasures direct
ly for liquor now. Because you can
not go singly or in a crowd from bar to
bar between the hours of eight and
twelve at night now. Because it is
not so easy to send for a bottle full
just at any hour you may want it now.
Because if you have but ten cents you
cannot get a drink with your last dime
-perhaps needed at home-now. Be
cause you cannot hang around and be
treated at the 'dispensary. Because
you can't sit down in that establish
ment and gamble for liquor-either by
playing cards or throwing dice.
The die is cast. The saloons are
closed. The unintelligible babble of
the ruffianly rabble has greatly dimin
ishsd if not entirely ceased. Compara
tive quiet reigns where once disorder
ruled the evening hour. Men who
habitually reeled and staggered in the
streets, go home oftener isober to their
wives and children now. Those of the
men fromr the country who rarely
failed to come to town without getting
drunk the first thing, comejhere, at
tend to business and, some:of them at
least, return without being drunk to
their happy families now. Men who
formerly were in the habit of spending
their hard cash-their hard-earned
money-and their idly easy moments
around the gilded counter of the bar,
enjoy the golden leisure with the joy
of their wives and the prattle of their
And yet you say, reader, that the
disp'ensary is not a step towards pro
hibition? You would not if you truly
desired prohibition. Because if 'one
who voted against prohibition sees
that the dispensary is indeed a long
step towards that consummation, sure
ly one who voted for and wants prohi
bition ought also to so see it-and many
more would see itif they yere. not so
blinded by prejudice against tbe .origi
nators of the movement. That false
cry is only a make-shift. And how a
minister of Christ can* fight the dis
pensary, as against the saloon, yase
No matter what can be brought
against the dispensary, there is no dis
puting the fact that it is a success so
cially and morally-in its important
and essential particulars. Indeed,
some think that it is even beter than
outright prohibition; as "blind tigers"
flourish on "dry" soil, and it is easier
to get :liquor from such sources than
from a dispensary-as you can buy it
by the drink at a "blind tiger," and
without registering, whereas the dis
pensary answers every legitimate pur
pose add is surrounded by all safe
Of course you can get j(quor in large
quantities-but only once a day, and
when you have the cash to pay. -Of
course some forbidden person will get
liquor occasionally by false pretenses,
or by hook or crook-but it takes time
to regulate every great and compli
cated system. Of course some men
will manage somehow to get liquor
under any and'all circumstances-but
starvation' nd death are the only
agencies by which such men can ef
fetually be stopped.
T wist theLfacts as you may, disguise
the truth as you will, deny the asser
tions to your heart's-content, you whc
oppose the system fot other than con~
scies tious motives, but you cannot rot
it .of the growing impression that if~1s
doing good-notwithstanding someone
still gets. drunk occasionally who got
drunk always before.
This article is not suggested against
the whiskey traffic as hitherto con.
ducted by barkeepers in their legiti
rnate and legal business, but is written~
only in favor of the dispensary (on ac~
count of- the opposition), as it in the
law and should be upheld by every
So far as the Newberry Dispensary
is conicerned, we think Dispenser R. C.
May bin and his clerk, Mr. H. S. B.
Kibler, honestly strive to do their duty
to the best of their ability.
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Aluminium, which itself possesses a
high degree of specific heat, does- not
readilytabsorb beat itself, and thus is
not liable to the chief objection to iron
buildings ir hot countries. But, apart
from light decorativ purposes, such as
balconies, cupolas, finials, and veran
das, it is as a roofing materiel that al
uminium should be most welcome to
the builder. In plates or- scales,. two
thirds lighter than copper, uncorroded
by air, and undimmed even by the
sulphur of London smoke, it should
make a roof fit for a palace"of romance.
The humbler elements of health and
comfort in the house, hardly less im
portant than its external defenses
against the weather-pipes, cisterns,
taps and g qters, now made of iron
which rusts or lead which . poisons
would be more enduring and far more
healthy if made of this light and clean
ly metal, which might also take the
place of all water-holding vessels now
made of heavy brittle earthenware or
painted tin. An aluminium, bath Is
among the probable luxuries of the
next century. But it is not asa mere
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The marine engineer and the naval
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would reduce the weights of ships and
muchinery alike by two-thirds. That
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cost, judging by analogy, can only be a
question of time and research.
The best steel now costs little more
than 1-2d per pound, while aluminium
is fifty times that price. But alumi
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than Iron, is more widely distributed
and neither the-limits of time nor,.the
history of metallurgy forbid us to con
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age of etone,:its age of-bronze, and its
age of iron, so it~ may before long have
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We have named our last boy Heze
kiab. We are going to get even with
Cleveland, if it takes ten years.
We voted six times, and got one
postoffice. That's why we're glad
now that the returning board threw
out three of the votes.
We don't ask nothing of the present
Congress. We're having such a good
time cussin' it that we've put off join
ing the church till next year.
They burned a negro in Virginia the
other day. That was wrong ; when a
feller is raised to rope, they ougbt't to
make such a sudden .change in his
Congress ain't passing any -bills to
speak of. We don't think they'd even
pass a $10 bill.
how Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
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STATE OF SOUTH OAROLTN,
COUNTY OF 'NEWBERRY-IN
COURT OF PRtB,ATE.
John M. Kinard, Clerk of Court of Comn
mon Pleas, as Admninistratorof Wash
ington L. Gourdine, deceased, Plain
tift, against Coroline Goulrdinle, Char.
lotte Whelly, Henry Gourdine, Mos
ey Gourdine, Penelope Martin,
Florence Hargrove and David H.
Amended Summons, (Complaint not
To the Defendants:
Y ou ARE HEREBY S UM
mnoned and required- to answer
the complaint in this action which is
filed in the office of the Judge of Pro
bate for New berry County, State afore
said, and to serve a copy of your answer
to t he.said comnplain..on the subscribers
at their office at New berry Court House
in said County and State within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaInt within
the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
action will apply to the Court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
JONES & JONES,
Dated December 6, A. D. 1892.
[L. s.] J. B. FELLERS,
,7.P. N. C.
To Molsey Gourdine:
Please take notice that the complaint
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office of Judge of Probate for Newberry
County, State of South Carolina, on
the 6th day of December, 1892.
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Notes from Excelsior.
The fields are white with cotton and
picking is in lull blast.
The weather has been fine and the
farmers are busy at work. A good
chance of hay is being gathered.
Capt. J. A. C. Kibler has put his sec
tion of road in good condition. This
completes the working of the roads for
Uncle George Wheeler, of Prospeyity,
has been spending a few days with
Prof. Wheelers's family..
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Prohate Judge
WHEBE AS, WILL IA M A. PITTS
hath made suit, to me to grant
him Letters of Administratiogi of the
Estate and effects of Alice L. Pitts,
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of t he said Alice L Pitts,
deceased, that they be and appeal
before niie, -in the Court of Probate, tc
be held at New berry Court House, on
the 9th day of October next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
thie forenoon to show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 23d day
of September, Anno Domini 2893.
J. B. JELLERS,..P. N.C.
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0, M. JAMIESON.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IS
John M. Kinard as administrator, etc.
of the estate of Harriet Hubbard, de
eased, Plaintiff against Silas John
Complaint~ to sell land to pay debts and
A LL PERSONS HOLDINC
claims aganst the estate of Har
ret Hubbard deceased, are hereby
required to render in and establish thein
demands before this Court on or beforl
the 18th day of October, 1893.
J. B. FELLERS, 3. P. N. C.
Dam age by Lightning.
[The Popular Science Monthly.] '
During the year 1991205 lives were
lost, that we know of, in the United
States, east of the Rocky mountains,
directly through the action of light
ning. How many were lost indirectly,
snd how many cases there were of
shattered health and more or less per
manent injury, we can only surmise.
The firancial loss due directly to light
ning was certainly not below $1,500,
To get at something like a commer
cial estimate of the damage done by
lightning in the past ten years in this
country I have made use of The Chron
icle Fire Tables for the six years 1885 to
1890, and find that some 2,223 fires, or
1.3 per cent of the whole number, were
caused by lightning, and the total loss
was $3,386,826, or 1.25 per cent of the
whole amount lost by fire. During
1892 we have a record of 292 lives lost.
The damage may be estimated at as
high a figure as in 1891. These losses
are the more appalling when we recall
that the year is virtually less than six
Over 95 per cent of the casualties due
to lightning occur between the months
of April and September. It is there
fore quite pertinent at this time to dis
cuss the question whether or not we
are able to protect ourselves from light
ning. Some five years ago the ques
tion would have been answered readily
and with all sincerity, "Yes, a good
electrical connection with the earth-a
stout, continuous copper rod, for ex
ample-will suffce." Today no such
answer can pass unchallenged.
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Why Vay Eroe Pdices fofCoodsel
Send for Cataloge and See WhatYou CaSmal
slsting of Bureau,
Bedstead & Wash
Suits, all prices.
- $69r $37
- No freight patid on this Or
.,gan. Gunaranteed.to be a
oodorgan _or money re
ilEa t Plush PARLOR~ t4UTTS, cnaisting.
of Sofa, Arm Chair. Rock1i,g.Ca Dj ~vani,
and 2 side Chairs --worth $45.-Wii delveg
It to your depot for.$8-8 'TiN.
A $6.6 -EWD;; SAtmE
wih llatacmets forh2
11 edeo to y
* *hereulr pic o tis. reua
UGG * s5-5 toW~ 75dlars.
The rnanufacturer pays a4
theexpensesandu T .el thbm
toyo.for 5 4j'R7f -
n Nofreight paid
delivered at your depot
all freigh t nnu Id for $190
ISend "for easlogues of Furnittire, Cooking
Stoves Baby Carriages, Bicyclles',Organs, P1
anos lea Seta. Dinner Sets, Lamps, &c., and
SAS'E MON EY. Address
wilmingtn, . C.. June18,1283s.
Between Charleston and Colnmbla:and Upper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and A thens ad Atlanta.
GOING WEJuT. - Gozye EA.sr
No. 52. No.58.
7 1. Lv....Charleston..Ar. 8 45
8-44 " ...Lanes.......... " 705
9 41 " ...snnmter.......... " 5 45
41105 Ar..'..Columbia......Lv. 4 20
1229 " ..Poprt 5
124:1 "...ewrr... 24
130 " Clno.....20
-309 ". bvle...'11
.58".....ewt rry....... -' 24
pm ...Winnsboro..." am5
7 30 " .....Charlotte-..." 95
~357 "...Aderon..... " J2 55 -
4 4-5"... Greenville... " 11 57
6 50 " ......Spartanbnrg" 10 20
9 11 " ..Hendersonvie " 8 02
10 16 " ...Ashevlle... ' 7 09
Nos. 52 and 53 Solidtrains between Charles
ton and Clnton. S. C.
H. Mf. EMERSON, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent.
T. Mf. EMtEBSON, Traffne Manager.
J. R.K~ENLY. Gen'1 Manager.
tWh I ass
. Zotswrk. p.nI wuan.W~
an aLase allgon.wbs4dnPr ils....ink. 48Sa. l9a.
uenaissa. V. 8r!in, Ualeesif s10mp1arUeStIsse.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitche
and Children. It contains ne
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothi
It is Pleasant. Its guarnt
Millions of Mothers. Castfr
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoriaisso well adapted toebidrenthat
Irecommend it as superior toanyprescription
known to me." H. A. A xera, M. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brookyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and.
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
inteligent families who do not k3ep Castoria
within easy reach."
Cams Maarrm, D. D., ^
New York aty.
TIn CErm O
THE STAWDABD'S MAaCS. TO VICToEr.
WE GUA.RANTEE 31
EAOR IRM E-hotJn
To.3 No.134 ' Eastern TO VIO.1 YN.
r3olk and5p Old APoant, a 7adm 6b45
.O HB UDepo SOty THmD
W0 5mm 8 17 Athens 3r 616am 5OS
1118am 91lpar Elberton lv 522am 4p
12 Lim1000m ar Abbeville 1v 427am 3li
124p 10 2ar Greenw'dlIv 402am2
3 28am 2 arsChester 217am 1145aa
5 150am a___n_o__l 1250am 10 lU:
61S iar -alig l Ep -
9 00amrar Weldon 1*5p -
I10Samla,PrP b r -3p
11 45am arid mnnoiv.2I5m
3 am1rWash'ton lv 1
705m ~ar 17120in
10 ar ewYor12.115mm
9 00mar Wm'g'n150m1
200pm 1lv Clinton 'r ISOp
2 42pm asrNebe lvt . 243p
257pm 1aPo 7elyv 12
41p ar 1oubj v 11
54p jar Sumter li 93
8bp . arCharlestonly 7 5Sa
'153pm I arDarling'n1ly j I 7-0Oaa
9 25am lvWeldon(a) arj 521pm
11 35am ar Portsm'th ar1 3 1Upm
11 45am lv Norfolk 17 3 00pm
f6 '5pm arNorf'l b arI 8 00am
700amr Balto viV 630pm
10 47am lrPhuladel l1i 4 41pm
I 2pm anNewTqrk lvI2 10pm
555pm~l Ports'hfa)lvI 9 10am
5 10am IarPhiladel 1v7 111p
8 60am arNewYorklvj 8 Om
bI y u) Via New York. Ph
yIelphia and Norfattrtailroad. (w4lia Norfoi
and Washington *eamba Co. Trains Nos. 1
and U17 run solid with Pullman buffet sleeph,
ears -between Atlanta and Washington, as
Pullman Buffet parlor cars -between Washint
ten and New York. Parlor car Weldon as
Portsmouth: Bleeping carHamlet and Wi
mington. Trains Nos.34 and 41 carry throng
coa'hes between Atlanta and Charleston, 8.
0. V. 8MITH. TrafBc Manage.
YOHN C. WINDEE, Gen'l Manager.
H.W.B. GLOVER Div. Pass. Agent, A tlanta
~SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA VI
Effective July 2nd,1892.
Read Down. .. - U:
# 0'.p Lv......Ashevlle,......... 6-p
l42 am....:.......Ab #lied,.3;...1.56
927 am.........,.F ala 0,.......... . 2p
100*a m.....Lu , .,,....2S:
115a m.......Aber11n,............... 1.15p
11405am...........Citnr,.............. 2 5p
100+ a m. .......enecal,.........53p
12 5 am..........nroo,........ 423p
21 5 am........Sanberg,.....2s50p
1330 pm. .......... on, S........123p
4I15p mAr ........Coumbia......Lv 11 2a
Central Time. Central Tim
3 20 p m Lv.....Columbia, S C.....Ar 10 20a
5 52 pm............Farfax.............7495a
8 00 p m.....Ar liavannah, Ga. Lv..... 6.00a
6 10.ain Lv....Savannalh Ar.. %
...a ............Jesup,.,....,,,..... 8 26.p
12 0 e.non Ar.Jacksonville, Fla Lv 200 p
Mouth of Columbia, Tramns use 90th Meri<
Ian Time. North of Columbia, Trains ul
75th Meridian Time. . .
Close connections at Savannah with it
Ocean Steamship Co.'s elegant Steamersf
Yew York, Philadelphia -and Bosiqa, ax
with-the.Plant PlaatSytmof Ba4lway ax
Steamers for Cubaad alpoints in Florida.
EDwAND FoED, Sapt.
I. M. Fiprxre, Gen'11Pass. Art.
L L. P EBSON S H AVIN1
*aimsegainst the EatatofoJamii
A., enry, deceased, are requestedd
hand them In properly attested by til
first day of Dedember next. And a
persona indebfid to said Estate -WI
mkgyment on d. before that.41
It IS K ' -"
i's psbcrip#aon lorrfez s b
ither Opium, Morphbiale
[t is a brae h de
ag Syrups, and CtbAor-O.z
ee is thirty years' use
ia is the Children's Paaees
Castor cas COBC, ia.
Sour Stomah, Dm. |t
Kis Worms, gies deep, aad uotma-;a
"For sera yeai ra bLs-peo i
your- . uaia - and sabm alwa = s t
dosoau it as incvaria* s
152, W.Jmase ... g
of any M8cbinead
atisatin. Bei a0,o
novement, getsBid of
SIX YEARS n b~kI
and 200,000 Mgehn
sold within lasthe yea
D one solidpieps
-It woud b to -tbrei re
every citgi Eewberrya ee
Countywh'o ai'e thinkiigoby.
Eng a roachine to enR
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