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S AND T
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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
The Mower Co. has minde a new de
parture for Newberry. Read their an
1ouncenient. Thursday is linen day,
and if the I0it-,s will heed what tibe
Mower Co. bas 16 s:.y they can secure
some cheap linen.
Matches! Matcbes! Matches! at 5:.
per duz. boxes at S. B. Jones'. tf
Go to Mr. Ed. Schol Iz and examine
bis superb display of jewelry of the
latest and most fashionable designs,
among whi :b are many pieces of great
'beauty and finish, suitable for wedding
-Pesents. His lines of gold, silver and
plated -wares, etc., are complete, mod
erate in price and guaranteed.
800 different kinds of Tablets at
he Book'Store. te.
A Delicate and Successfut Operation.
Last week Dr. 0. B. Mayer removed
n eye for Mr. C. C. McWhirter. It
was made necestary in order to save
the sigbt of the other eye. The opera
-lion v as a delicate one but was success
fully porformed and the many friends
of Mr. McWhirter will be glad to know
that be is doing well, and is able to be
at his post of duty.
In large quantities and at lowest
rices at the Book Store. tf.
A Good Show.
The three performances given in the
ra house last week by Miss Sadia
hiteford and her company were very
ood, in fact the best that we have seen
-A a long time. Miss Whiteford is a
deever actrers and is well supported.
.As Parthenia in Ingomar she displays
high degree of talent, and Ingomar
9 adered by Mr. von Mitzel was the
we have ever seen. Such per
iormances as these should be well pa
That Joyful Feeling
With tbe exbilarating sense of renewed
bealth and strength and internal clean
liness, wbich follows the use of Syrup
-..of Figs, is unknown to the fe,v who
have not progressed beyond the old
time medicines and the cheap substi
-tutes sometimes offered but never ac
cepted by the well iformed.
All Public School Books
sold at the Book Store at
prices adopted by the State
Board. t______ f.
I have just opened a Barrel of fine
-Saner Kraut. Proctor Todd. 2t.
A Shooting Scrape.
Messrs. B3lalock and Nelson, from
Goldville, went to Edgefield to arrest a
negro woman who was under contract
-~with Mr. Jas. Blak>ck. Yesterday
morning, jnst before they crossed the
river at Herbert's Ferry, they were
overtaken by about a dozen negro men
who were bent on rescuing the woman.
<Several shots were fired by both par
ties. Nelsou was shot in the face, and
in the melee the woman escaped. It is
Snot known whether any of the negroes
were shot or not.
Yxard wide H en riatas, al! colors, 20cts
-last season 25cts-at.
tf. Davenport & Renwick's.
500 Bushels Corn wanted. Highest
price paid in trade.
tf.- MATTHEW~S & CANNON.
Cyclones and Tornadoes
Are destvoying thousands of dollars
worth of property every year in the
United States. W by not protect your
homes and other property with a Cy
clone Policy? The cost is very small,
and the increase might be very great.
Enquire the cost, and be protected by
S. P. BOOZER,
3t Sole Agent.
I have another lot of that 25cts per
poud Chewing Tobacco.
- 2t.Proctor Todd.
n receipt of 5.00 Salter off'ers to
make 1 De.zen Cabinet Photographs,
and from the same negative make you
a fine 11x14 Bromide Enlarged Por
trit-this offer holding good for all
eittings made until October 15th, 1S94.
Something beautiful in Cloaks, Jack
ets and Capes. Wooten & MeWhbirter.2t
In the Intr. of Erskine.
Dr. Grier came to) this county last
week to canvass the Associate Re
frmed Presbyterian Churches for
money to liquidate the debt on Er
skine's new college building. The
weather was so very inclement that he
cduld not visit all the cburches or even
uake a thorough canvass of those be
did fielit. He was encouraged very
men, however, by his work in the
county and arranged to have it com
pleted. Prosperity subscribed one hun
dred dollars and Rev. McCauley will
canvass that church this week. King's
Creek church ga'e him fifty-five dol
lars in cash and will contribute more.
Rev. McMorries, the pastor, will can
vass Cannon Creek this week. Thomp
sel Street gave in cash and subscrip
tions five hundred and sixty-five dol
la.?ec- -to Erskine and her noble
Deafness Cannot be Cured
local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is eaused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Ens
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafnesis thbe result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its nor
mnal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases ,out of ten
are caused by catarrb, w bicb is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mu
We( wil giesve One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free.
F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sroid by Druggists, 75e.
Twelve cakes Colgate's Octagon Soap
at J. S. Russell's for 50 cents. Best
Patent Flour, low down. And every
thig else marked down to hard time
time prices. Come and see for your
self. J. S. RUSSELL.
Men's En~glish Ties, guaranteed solid,
m m.0 at D np rt. Ren wickMs. tf.
O U T,rC
RE ,BUT THEY
IV DS NOW THAI
YOU SOME IMPt
E HARDER THE TIME
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There has. been frost on several
Rev. Dr. Holland will preach in the
Presbyterian church on next Sunday
Sunday night services will be re
surned at. the Lutheran church on next
Mr. T. A. Dominick will go as dele
gate to the Lutheran Synod from St.
There will be communion services
at Cannon Creek church on next Sab
bath. Preaching on Saturday.
Wooten & McWhirter have concluded
to postpone.that intsresting announce
ment until next week. Look for it.
Mr. D. B. Wheeler has been chosen
as delegate from the Lutheran church
at Newberry to the annual meeting of
the Synod in Barnwell next week.
We call attention to Mr. G. G. Sale's
advertisement in this issue of real es
tate in town and country to sell.
Those wishing to buy or sell will to
call on him.
Mr. R. C. Perry hes closed a contract
with Fulmer & Stockman for the erec
tion of a handsome residence on his
lot in Biooklyn, the building to be
completed by the first of January.
Excursion rates to the Industrial
Fair (colored) at Sumter will be given
over the C. N. & L. R. R., October 15th
to 19th. Round trip fare from New
berry, $3.00. 'l ickets good to return
until 20th instant, inclusive.
The tax books were opened on Mon
day. Treasurer Boyd will start on his
rounds on the 18th. A representative
of The Herald and News will accom
pany him, and we will I-e glad to have
you renew your subseription while
paying your taxes. He will also re
ceipt for money due The Visitor.
Mr. L. C. Barre, a graduate of East
man College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y., has
accepted a position with Drs. D. L.
Boozer & Son, dentists, Columbia, S.
C.; their practice and sales in their
dental depot having so increased that
it was necessary to employ an ac
countant and salesman. The Herald
and News regrets to lose Mr. Barre
from Newberry but wishes him sue
10 Shares Cotton Mill Stock.
10 Shares Bank Stock.
5 Shares Building and Investment
15 Sharos Oil Mill Stock.
-2t J. J. LANE, Broker.
Miss Lizzie Ruft is visiting relatives
Miss Eunie Gibson has returned
from a visit to Saluda.
Mr. Ed. Holmes, of Pendleton, is at
H. C. Summers', Helena.
Mr. Alonzo Prisoc, of Mountville,
was in the city last Thursday.
Mrs. Robert Wright has returned
from a visit to relatives in Virginia.
Miss Lulie Lathan, of Little Moun
tain, is visiting friends in Newberry.
Miss Carrrie Hamilton, of Edgefield,
is visiting the family of Mr. Robert C.
Mrs. Barhlet Lane, and her daugh
ter Miss Sara, have returned from
Mrs. C. L. Blease returned last
Thursday from a four week's visit to
WVashington, .D. C.
Mr. J. D. Hu chinson guard at the
State Penitentiary came to New berry
last Saturday on a visit, to friends and
Mrs. H. C. Robertson and Miss Em
mie Pope, after a pleasant visit to their
Newberry friends, left for Charleston
Mr. Win. E. Blats will leave New
berry next Monday for Melrose, Fla.,
where he will locate. Newberry thus
loses anoti e' young man of integrity,
the like of whom we fain would have
remain with us.
Miss Lizzie Dominick, of Columbia,
Miss Mamie Mayes and Miss Ada Suber
of Long Lane are in the city to attend
the wedding of Mr. CJhas. S. Suber~ to
Miss Mary Suber, which happy event
will take place at the Methodist church
this evening at 8 o'clock.
H. Heineman, -Milwaukee, writes:
"One box Japanese Pile Cure has cured
me of a case of2 years standing, after
being treated by New York's best
physicians." W. E. PELEAM.
There Is no medicine so otten Deeded in
every hie and so admirably adapted to the
p urposes for which it Is intended, as Cham
berlain's Pain Balm. Hardly a week passes
but some mem ber of the family has need of
it. A toothache or headache may be cured
by It. A touch of rheumatism or neuralgia
quieted. The severe pain of a burn or scald
promptly relieved and the sore healed in
much less time than when medicine has to
be sent for. A sprain may be promptly
treatled before innlammation sets in. which in
suresa cure in about one-third of the time
otherwise required. Cuts and bruises should
receive immediate treatment before the
narts become swollen, which can only be
clone when Pain Balm Is kept at hand. A
sore throat may be cured before it becomes
serious. A trou blesome corn may be removed
by applying It twice a day for a week or two.
A lame back may be cured and several days
of valuable time saved or a pain in the side
(or chest relieved without paying a doctor bill.
Procure a 50 cent bottle at once and you will
never regre t it. For sale by *
When Baby was sick, we ga've her Castoria.
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.
The finest line of Dress novelties in
tf. Davenport & Renwick's.
Do You Travel?
Are you a shipper? The "Rand
McNally Railway Guide and Hand
Book" contains all pertinent informa
tion. Ask your newsdealer. tf.
2.5 doz. Ladies Sailor Hats, latest
styles aend shades, 25ets; worth 50cts; at
tf. Davenport & Renwick's.
Yard wide heavy White Honespun,
Jets; at Davenport & Renwick's. tf.
Four Big Successes.
Having the needed merit to more than make
good al7l the advertising claimed for them
the following four remedies have reached a
phenomenal sale. Dr. Kings's New Discovery
fr Consumption, Coughs and Colds, each bot
tie guaranteed - Electric Bitters, the great
remedy for Liver, Stomach and Kidneys..
Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the best in the world.
and Dr. King's New Life Pills,which are a per
fect pill. All these remedies are guaranteed
to (10 just what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose name is attached herewith will
be glad to tell you more of them. Sold at Rob
ertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
Clothing. Shoes, Hats, Shirts and'
ravats 235 per cent. less than N. Y.,
ecet. Matthews & Cannn. tf
CALL UPON TH:
THAT YOU WILL
.LAIM THAT A POU
4 AT ANY TIME SIN
)RTANT FACIS IN TH
; THE HARDER WE MUST
PROSPERITY, S. C., October 15 -All
our people are bard at work and heve
time for nothing but their re-gular
schedule, coustquently nothing un
usual is ocourriug except in the sphere
of the weather, where our frosty morn
ings remind us that we have an un
usually early fall. Some of our proph
ets ought to "put up shot" and deal
out their goods by retail. One prop e
sies frost by the end of the montih, and
he is satisfied of the trut h fulness of itis
prophecy before the middle is reached.
Another prophesies frost by the 12 h,
and behold! the very day furnishes ev
idence that he is a prophet indeed.
Col. John F. Hobbs is visiting rela
tives and friends in town.
News reached us that Mr. John
Wise's wife died last Saturday evening
of consumption and was buried at
Macedonia church on Monday. Mrs.
Wise was a granddaughter of Mr. Wil
son Long. She died young, about
twenty-two years old, leaving a hus
band and two little children, who have
yet to learn what they have lost.
Though young she left an impress on
the community in which she lived,
and her monument -is written in the
hearts of her friends.
The collector for the Home Comfort
Wrought Iron Range Company has
been through here and reports splendid
collections. He brought seven thousand
dollars worth of paper into the county
and has converted it into money. At
the present price of cotton, that means
about three hundred bales of cotton to
a single company for stoves.
Mr. H. H. Rikard, of our town, will
teach the Excelsior school the next
session; Miss Cora Dominick the Mace
donia school, and Mr. S. J. Wb-.eler tbe
St. Luke's school.
Mr. J. A. McCullough, of the Semi
nary, Dr. E. N. Kibler and Mr. E. W.
Luther will make addresses to the
Sunday-school at Grace church next
Sunday. The occasion celebrates chil
Mr. Kenneth Baker and family have
moved into the house vacated by Mr.
Elmore and now live ou Elm street.
,We recommend Johnson's Magnetic
Oil for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains,
bruises, lame back; it quickly relieves
pain. 25-and 50 cts.1 W. E. PELHAM.
Highest Price for Cotton Seed!
Cotton is very low. I am now
prepared to buy One Million Bush
els of Cotton Seed. Don't sell your
Seed till you see me. I haven't
the time to run over the streets
looking after seed. You will find
m in my office. I will pay you
higher prices than any one in
town. I am buying for the larg
est Oil Mills in the State.
J. J. LANE.
October 15, 1894. 4t.
A Million -rirends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not
less than one million people have found just
such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Cou"hs, and Coids. If rou
have never used this U reat Cough Medicine,
one trial will convince you that it has won
derful curative powers In all diseases of
Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is
guaranteed to do all that is claimed or money
will be retunded. Trial bottiles free at Robert
an& Gilder's Drug Store. I.arge bottles 5.c
served in good style and on
-: AT :
JONES' R ESTA AUR ANKT.
51-c. cotton is too low, but Brown &
Smith's stock of goods, 35 per cent. less
than N. Y. cost, at Matthews & Can
non's leaves "King Cotton." tf.
"I wou:d rather trust that medicine than
any doctor I know. of,"sa.ys Mrs. Hatle Ma
oa of Chilton, Carter Co., M1o., lin speakirg of
Chamberain's Colic, Chol.ra and Diarrhoea
Remedy. For Sale by *
"ARE YOU CHILLING IT?"
This is the questiLOn of the hour. Are
an of your family, afflicted with
CHILLS AND FEVER?
If so, remember that there is a safe
and positive remedy for malarial poi
PELtIAMS CHILL CURE.
Price 50Oc a Bottle. With each bottle
1 Box Liver Pills and 1 Medicine Tum
bler given free. This medicine is better
than Quinine and other prevecntives.
A small amount will buy a lot of
goods at Matthews & Cannon's. tf.
is our handsome stock of
. and Lamps,
which we will sell
Give us a call before buy
Roh8ItsoR & fMiff el
1ruggeists anth~e C
EM AT YOUR EAR-'
T THEIR STORE'
ND OF COTTON WILL
CE THE WAR. THEY
EIR AD). NEXT' WEEK.
berry and killRe
ffill for sOmei Timelo
Mr. John Lueo who came toNewberry
some two weeks ago on a short visit
with a view to locating here for some
time for the sale of his medicine, re
turned last week and has rented the
store ro3m on Mollohon Row, lately
occupied by Brown & Smitb as a cloth
ing store, and will use it as his offie
and will be ready in a few days for the
reception of patients. He showed us on
Monday a lot of his endorsements and
he certainly comes highly recommend
ed from otber places where he has
been. Among the letters are strong
endorsements from Mayors Tolley of
Anderson, Dargan of DLarlington and
Williams of Greenville, besides certiti
cates from the editors of many leading
papers whieb tell of the wonderful
cures they have seen him perform. Be
sides these he has quite a number of
certificates from his patients, all going
to show their gratitude.
Some of these cures are simply mi
raculous. Mr. Leo does not claim to be
a cure all, for he says there are cases
that no medicine can reach; but he
will give his patients an honest report
of their ca es, and do for them all that
lies in his power. That be is a gentle- 4
-man and intends to conduct himself as
such, one has but to look into his pleas
ant face to see. Besides -he could not
have lived so long among our people,
and brought away with him such let
ters as are given himt by the officials
and leading citizens had he not con
ducted himself in 'a mianner high'ly
credi table and greatly benefited suffer
ing humanity. He has an open, pleas
ant face, and a broad, intelligent brow.
You can see character stamped upon
HeI wears two large and handsome
gold medals, one presented him by his
patients in Anderson, and the other by
the Butler Guards of Greenville.
Mr. Leo will not put any medicine
on sale until he has made some public
and eflectual cures, so that our people .
can see for themselves just what he can
do. He says he does not wish to take -
any one's money under a misapprehen
sion. Many persons in Newberry will
remember thbe wonderful cure wrought
last fall at Greenville by Mr. Leo in the
case of young Mr. Geo. Riser, a nephew
of Sheriff Riser. Thbis young tman had
beeni unable to walk for a long time,
but after treatment by Mr. Leo was
able to regain the use of his limbs.
There were other cures just as wonder
ful and as effectual. A mong his recomn
mendations are letters and testimo
nials from many practicing physicians.
Mr. Leo comes to our town so highly
recommended that the Council made
his licetnse but nominal. Our people
are glad to h-ave him with them,
and he will receive a warm welcome.
The Herald and News will watch his
manner of treatment and the cures he
may be able to elect and publish the
facts from week to week, just as they
He will have a platform erected on
the public square in rear of the Court
house and will open up on Saturday of
this week. He has his own band and
company and will give a free exhibi
tion on Saturdlay-at 31 a. m. After that
there will be a f.ree exhibition every
night until further notice.' You are in
vited to the public entertainment free1
of charge whether you need medicinet
or treatment or not'.
Rudy's File suppository
is guaranteed to curs Piles and Consti- I
pation, or money refun' 7C *Rif
Sper box. Send two stamps for circulIar
arid Free Sample-to MA RT IN Rfft2, -
g stered Phsym.acis t. Lancaster,Pa
OSTALS INSwERED. For sale by J6
-ists every where, ar' )
- "~- E. Peihar
St. Luke'P Church.
This churvi has been the recipient
of a handsome Sanetuary window -the
-ift of lr. 0. Nle.R. Holines-To the
glory of God, and in inenmory of a loved
one now in the Paradise of God. It
represents St. Luke (the physician of
body and soul, painter, poet and
writer), with his pen and seroll, his
,;audaled feet resting on the rock, sur
rounded by lilies. The window is of
rolled Cathedral glass, of the finest
style and colors. It is the work of
Mr. E. Colegate, of New York, who
stands at the head of the list of fine
workmen, and we feel sure that '"St.
Luke" will compare favorably with
the many which have been I ronounced
"monuments to his :esthetic taste and
It is much to be regretted that the
space allowed for the window was so
limited-on account of the arch in the
wall-that the canopy surrounding the
figure had to bi- given up, rather than
condense the figure.
It will be in plafe and the church in
rder by the 1LIA (6t. Luke's day).
The faithful few have by self-denial
made some improvements-the en
larging of the Qanctuary, placing a new
Darpet, caleimning the walls, and
paintina the window frames-which
will add much to the appearance of the
There will be lay reading ob next
Sunday morning by Capt. N. B. Ma
Ladies, if you want a pure delicate
oap for the complexion, druggis"s will
always recommend Johnson's Oriental
Medicinal Toilet Soap, W. E. Pelham.
Choice Sweet Pickle Hams.
Golden Cottolene for cook
A merican Flaked Oat Groats
2t. J. N. MARTIN'S.
Notes from Excelsior.
At a meeting of the trustees of Ex
etsior school last week Prof. H. H.
Rikard, of Prosperity, was elected
teacher. Prof. Rikard is a graduate of
New berry College and has considerable
xperience in teaching.
We hear of no sickness in the corn
The rough weather has thrown the
rartners cousiderably behind with their
work. A good chance of the five cents
otton yet in the fields.
The many friends of Mr. J. T. P.
2rosson in this commnity were pained
o learn on last Saturday that be was
lead. Mr. Crosson and family moved
rom this community about three years
go to Fredonia, in Lexington County.
[u his death the Church has lost an
mrnest worker, the wife a kind bus
iand and the children a loving father.
We extend our sympathies to the be
reaved family. Peace to his ashes.
Bucklen's Arnmca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Te
er, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
Lil Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
?iles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
,ve perfect satisfaction. oT money refunded
rce 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
on & Gilder.
I have just received a new lot
chich will be filled to suit the
Eye EUARD SCHoLTZ,
Jeweler and Optician.
We are selling off our
vill a'stonish you.
u the old stand of J. WV. Kibler & Co.
A WELL-TIMED MOVE,
The citizen who seeks good
hoes at the Shoe House of New..
erry comes just in time to secure
he benefit of the Great Variety
>f New Shoes just opened. True,
ie may not save his life, as does
he agile gentleman in the pic
ure, but he saves money; and
noney makes life worth living.
X.nd you can't do without Shoes
while you are living. For
oVPovrrT/G IN SHOESD call
Highest of all in Leavening Po
Woman's Missionary Meeting.
The ladies of New Chapel and vicin
ity will enjoy a rare opportunity w!en
the District Meeting of the Woman's
Missionary Society for the Cokesbury
District takes place at their church on
tbe 27th and 28th of this month. -Mrs.
Bishop Wightman, president of the
Coinference Society; Mrs. Wait, vice
president; Mrs. E. S. Herbert, Confer
ference treasurer; Mrs. M. L. Greene,
District secretary; and perhaps some
other ladies prominent in the work will
be present. There will also be delegates
from t he various auxi!iaries throughout
the district. The societies in this coun
tv at Newberry, Trimity, Lebanon,
Ehenezer, Prosperity and Zion are not
only expected to send deleatcs, but it
is hoped that there will be a rull attend
ance of the members from all these
The services will begin at10o'clock
in the morning on Saturday, the 27th
instant. Rev. J. B. Campbell, Presid
ing Elder, is expected to rah on Sat
urday, and Rev. WV. L.Wait will flu
the pulpit during the morning hour on
All who expect to attend should send
their names to Mrs. W. . Herbert
Utopia, S. C., so that entertalnmen
may be provided for tLems.
Every Mother should know that croup> s
hoarsenesq. This is followed by a peculiar
rough cough. If Cbamberlain's C ough Rern
edy is given freely as soon as the child be.
come,s hoarse or even after the cough bAas'
developed it will prevent the attack. 25 and
Zo cent bottles for sale by *
Matthews & Cannon are closing out
Brown & Smith's entire stock 35 per
cent. less than N. Y. cost. Come and
MEAL AND HULLS.
We hope to be able to
supply the demands by
Monday, 8th October,
inst. Price of Meal will
be $1.00 per Sack 100
lbs). Hulls at 15 cents
per hundred pounds.
Meal and hulls will be
sold for cash on deliv
ery. And please send the
money with orders as
we will not sell without
Newberry Cotton-Seed Oil
milig BYL. W. FLOYD,
October 2, 1894. P. T. S. & M.
RolbrtSOlls' Peppllt 00111!
A pleasant and certain cure for
Dysentery, Diarrhoea and other
diseases of the Stomach and Bow
Manufactured and for sale at
Roboielt & H iden
Beginning on Thursday next,
Oct. 18th, we will offer
until further notice is-given, some
special line of desirable goods at a
From 10 to l2 Per Ceit
Our first offer consists of:
Linen Standpcd Goods.
This is our Linen Day, and all
Linens go at 10 per cent. reduc
tion for this day only and for Spot
Cash. No Goods
at these figures.
It is our purpose never to offer
the same line of goods more than
one day at these prices.
When you are in looking
let us show you our
Which Are Complete.
We promise our prices shall be
Dr. James K. Chapman, of Poma
ria, died at his home on the I Ith inst.,
aged 49 years. He has been prActicing
medicine in that community for the
past twenty-five years. He was a man
of sterling worth and much beloved
and respected by his neighbors. Heowill
be greatly missed in the Pomaria'se
Mr. Alf. Denson died suddenly at his
home in the upper section of thisc ,un
ty last Thursday nigbt.
The infant son and only child of Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Nelson died in New
berry on Tuesday night, 9th instant,
aged about one year. Tbegrief-stricke t
and sorely bereaved parents have the
sympathies of the community.
Walter, son of Mrs. Carrie Cannon,
of Pomaria, died on Sunday, 14th
instant, aged 4 years, 3 months and 28
Brings comfort and improvemeni and
tends to rsonal enjoyment when
rightly us The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest -
the value t6 health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing'and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect
ative; effectually cleansing the-.y%,
delling colds, headaches and fevers
an permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without wea
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fig is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will n-A
accept any substitute if offered.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-1
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, GeorgeP. Boozer, bath
made suit to me to grant him
Letters of Administrationi de bonis non
with will annexed, of the Estate a4
efects of David Boozer, deceased:
These are tberefore to cite an'd ad
monish all and singular the kindr d
and creditors of the said David -
Boozer, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at New
berry Court House, on the 20th day
of October, 1894, after publicatlin
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenc.oa,
to show cause, if any they -have, why
the said Administration should not be
Given under my Hand .this 5th day
of October, Anno Domini1894.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P, N. C
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Dots from No 2
Miss Maggie Bowles returned home
from a pleasant visit to her sister who
now lives in Columbia.
Jack Frost was an early bird this
year-came last Thur.day morning
and bit the potato vines for the first
Mr. Frank L. Bynum, of Newberry,
spent a few days last week with Mr.
A. J. Gibson.
Rev. Dr. W. M Grier, of Due West,
was in our township last Wednesday,
traveling in the interest of Erskine
College. We wish him much success.
There will be communion service at
Cannon's Creek church next Sunday.
Two sermons on Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. W. W. MeMorries expects to get
some help, but did not know whom the
last preaching day.
Four of our best shots went down on
the river list Thursday afternoon and
killed four ducks, and five on Friday.
Pretty good for ducks.
Miss Eliza Dillard will start her
school next Monday.
Our farmers are very busy picking
cotton, cutting hay, making sor bum,
ginning cotton, etc. ' BAD OY.
I WILL UNDERTAKE THE COL
lection of all claims against the
United States for captured or aban
doued property during the civil war
1860-1865. 3f. A. CARL1SL!E,
Attorney at Law.
Newberry, S. C., May 24, 1894
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IR
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS John F. Brazell bath
made suit tk me to gMaDt him
Letters of Administration of the Estate
and effects of James P. Brazell, de
These are therefere to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said James P.
Brazell, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate to be held at Newberry Court
House, on the 30th day of October,
1894, after publication hereof, at 11
'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why thesaid Admin
istration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand this 15th day
of October, Anno Domini 189.
J. B. FELLERS, J.P. 1. C.
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