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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
SPECK 4L NOriCE.
The frieud of The Herald and Newe
and the public generally are hereby
notified that I have mo,veti my (ffice
back to the front room of the printing
office on Friend Street, zhe street to the
depot. I will be glad to we;come you
there at any time. Remember when
you come to town I am always glad to
see you, and though I am always busy,
I am never too busy to exchange news
withyou. Bearin mind the change and
come to see me. E. H. AULL.
1 ditor of The Herald and News.
order that printers and editors
Mi able to enjoy a quiet Christmas
athe The Herald and News will go
to press on Monday of next week. Per
sons desiring to insert advertisements
or make changes will please give their
attention and take notice. Bring in
your ads. in time.
For a high grade of Kerosene Oil,
free from water, call on
2t. William Johnson.
Pool and Billiard Tables for sale
cheap. Apply to
2t E. Y. MORRIS.
To Wed To-day.
4 Io-day at 11 o'clock Miss Lillie G.
ther of Newberry will be wedded to
Frank Ensworth of Worcester,
as& The Herald and News extends
ogratulations and wishes them a
ong life of usefuiness and happiness.
Jamieson will save you money on
Shoes. -He carries the best stock and
sells them cheaper than any one else. tf
The Six-Room Speck House, on Cal
houa -.treet. Possession given Janu
TI 1, 189. JOHN 0. PEOPLES,
Died Under the Operation.
Mrs. Wright, wife of Mr. S. P. Wright
of Greenwood, died in Columbia yester
day while undergoing a surgical opera
tion. She had been in bad health for
some time. Mr. S. P. Wright is a
brother of Rev. Geo. A. Wright of our
Jeans Jeans !l
40e. Jea& going at 30c., 931c. at 25c.,
etc. tf Matthews & Cannon.
The family of Mr. Geo. B. Aull in
Pomaria were nearly all poisoned last
week from eating "hog head cheese."
On Monday he killed several bogs and
made a nice lot of this cheese and put it
in tin vessels. The poison was frn
impiities 'or allo +
cheese were sick
very sick, a physician
having to remain with them for several
hours but all recovered.
For Neckwear and everything in
irnishing line go to O. M. Jamieson. tf
Has th Unload.
~kNow Is the time to buy clothing
zchp.Jamieson says it is no use to
get in a rut and stay there, and he has
lidout-and means business. He is
selling boys' suits and overcoats at 65
o.r cent. of cost, and just lots of other
~Zhogs at equally low prices. Give him
na call.and be convinced.
A nice nine of Silk H ndkerchiefs at
tr. 0. M. Jamnieson.
*For rheumatism I have found nothing
eqzIto Chamberlain's fain Balm. It re
bves the pain as soon as applied. J. W.
Young, West Liberty. W. Va. Tbe prompt
S..relief it affords is alone worth many times
Sthe cost, n cents. Its continued use -will
effect a permanent cure. For sale by *
The Golden Chain.
~WMr. A. A. Nolan who has been in
Newberry for the past month in the
Iterest of the order of the Golden Chain
has succeeded in establishing a good
sized lodge, and will have a meeting
Thiursday night at Klettner's Hall at
half-past seven o'clock for the purpose
of organizing. All the umembers will
be on hand promptly.
The Modern Mother
Has found that her little ones are
-improved more by the pleasant laxa
-tive, Syrup of Figs, when in need of
the laxative efiect of a gentle remedy,
thnby any other, and that it is more
acceptable to them. Children enjoy
It and it benefits them. The true remn
edy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactured by
t..rhe California Fig Syrup Co.
Drop in at Jamieson's ang get a Suit
or Over-Coat that he is sellung at 65c.
on the dollar. tf.
At the Opera House.
The Alba Heywood Company
will appear at the Newberry opera
house on 26th inst in a delightful play,
"Edgewood Folks." It will be in
-doubely the best play of the season
in Newberry unless all recommenda
tions fall, is what ManagerBardini says.
The Florida Citizen spoke very highly
-of the performance given in Jackson
- ville last week.
> --Matthews & Cannon are giving free
tickets to the amount of every cash
purchase, on a handsome lot of Chas.
lters' Silverware. tf
Bueklonl's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
Bruises, Ulcers Salt Rhem Fever Sres Te
a' SinEruptions, and positively cures
~son & Gilder.
. WeddingE Bells.
On the afternoon of December 5, 1894,
Miss Virginia Hawkins, daughter.ol
Rev. J. Hwkins, D. D.. was happily
united in marriage to Mr. W. M. Idol
man, of Middle St. Matthews. The
wedding took place at the home of thie
bride's parents, near Cameron, S. C-,
in the presence of a limited number ol
guests. Master Alfred Holmani and
Miss Eloise K.aminer gracefully ush
ered the young couple into the parlor,
which was apprpriately decorated fot
the occasion. The ceremony was per.
formed by the father of the bride, and
immediately after the usual congratula
tions, dinner was served. The large
number of bandsome and valuable
presents received by tbe bride and
groom bore witness to their popularity
Mr. and Mrs. Holmanl will reside i
h-their new home near St. Mattbew?
Church.- Our best wishes go with them
for a long life of prosperity and useful.
ness.-Orangeburg Times and Demo
Catarrh Cannot be Cured.
With LOCA L A PPLICATIONS, at
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional d=sease, and in order to cure i
you must take, internal .remedies
H all's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
and acts directly on the blood an
muIcoZe surfaces. H all's Catarrh Cur4
is not a quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians it
this eountry for years, and is a regula
prescription. It is composed of the bee
tonics known, combined .withb the bes
blood purifiers, acting dar&tly on th
muco..s .urfaces. The perfect combin.io
tion of the two ingredients is wi.zat pro
duces such wonderful results in curinj
Catarrh. Send for testitnma!s, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Tole
do,d bO. ugss,pie7c
anid by Druggists, price 75c.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Next Tuesday is Cbristmas. Another
year will soon be gone.
Mr. T. Q Boozer has moved into his
new and elegant house on Caldwell
Rev. W. W. MeM orries will preaeb
at Cannon Creek on next Sabbath, the
Tomorrow is the last day for paying
town taxes und-r the extension with
out the penalty.
Mr. L. C. Boland was one of the win
ners at the poaltry sbow beld at Abbe
ville last week.
The Knights of Pythias have decided
to have a banquet at "The Newberry"
on Friday night 28th inst.
Prof. Frank Evans and family have
given up housekeoping and are boarding
with Col. W. H. Huit.
The resolution extending the time
for paying taxes to the 10th of March
has passed both Houses.
Mr. W. W. Fulmer has bought a lot
from Mr. P. N. Livingston, beyond Col.
Leavell's and will build soon.
M. A. Carlisle has grown this year a
nice lot of celery. He has some two
hundred plants in his garden and it is
The college will suspend exercises on
Friday of this week to the first Tues
day in January for the Christmas holi
The Masons will give their usual an
nual supper on wednseday evening of
next week. The installation of officers
will be had at the same time.
Mrs. S. A. Riser and family have
moved into the cottage in rear of the
Graded School building, recently va
cated by Prof. Evans.
Newberry is the place to buy your
Christmas-goods. Consult the advertis
ing columns of The Herald and News
and you, will not go astray in making
Newberry now has a laundry-not a
steam laundry but a Chinese laundry
run by Ww. Key and Joe Lee Co., in
the building on Main Street next door
to J. S. Russell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. kartman, of No.
9, have moved to Newberry and are
keeping a boarding house on Main
street in the house lately vacated by
Mr. E. B. Prather.
Rev. S. A. Nettles will preach in the
Newberry Methodist church next Sun
day morning and night and at the
Factory church at half past three
o'clock in the afternoon.
The Lutheran Sunday-school is pre
paring a service of songs and other in
teresting features, to he given in the
church Christmas night, beginning
promptly at 7 o'clock. The public in
Dr. S. G. Welch has moved into the
house on Main street lately occupied
by Mr. B. C Matthews. The house va
cated by Dr. Welch in Helena has been
occupied by Mrs. S. S. Wilbur.
The board of health ha,; passed a
resolution recommending the council
to L ~sO-00AUDUie,
original P a . ~ 1ou d
prove injurious to the health of the
town the company will correct any
Mr. I. H. Hunt was one of a class of
some twenty new lawyers who were
admitted last week by the Supreme
Court to practice law. We congratu
late Mr. Hunt on his successfui exam
ination and trust he may be successful
in his practice. He will locate with us
in New berry.
See the World's Fair for Fifteen Cents.
Upon receipt of your address and fifteen
cents in postage stamps, we will mail you
prepaid our SoUvENIR PoRTFOLIO OF THE
WORLD's COLURDIAN EXPosnrIoN. The regu
lar price is fifty cents, but as we want you to
have one we make the price nominal. You
will find it a work of art and a thing to be
prized. It contains full page views of the
great buildings, with descriptions of same,
and Is executed in highest style of art. If
not s,tisfied with it, after you get it, we will
refund the stamps and let you k eep the book.
A ddress H. E. BUCxLEN & Co.,
We have bought the entire
stock of Jewelry, Gold and
Silver Watches, Silven Ware,
&c., of the estate of Capt. J. WV.
Montgomery, and we propose
to sell it within the next
thirty days regardless of cost.
We also have two Showcases,
three Counters and one Safe
which we will sell at very low
figures at the Book Store.
Z. F. WRIGHT.
M. L. SPEARMAN.
800 different kihds of Tablets at
the Book Store. tf.
Miss Furgerson, of Laurens, is visit
ing Mrs. F. Z. Wilson.
Mrs. John Anness of Aikeni is visiting
her mother Mrs. M. E. Cook.
Mr. H. C. .Bardin went over to Atlan
a this week on a short business trip.
Mr. Cheatham, of the Edgefield
Chronicle, gave us a pop call last week.
Mrs. H. P. Cook leaves to-day for
Graniteville to spend Christmas with
Miss Helen Mower came home from
Baltimore to attend the funeral of her
grandmother, Mrs. Jones.
Rev. J. B. Fox went to Sumter last
Saturday and preached for the Luth
erans of that town on Sunday.
Prof. C. W. Welch and family, of
Clemson College, have come to New
berry to spend a portion of their vaca
tion with relatives.
Miss Mary Law Norris, of the Due
West Female College. and Miss Clau
dia F. Norris, of Due West, will return
to Newberry Friday next to enjoy the
festivities of Christmas.
Mrs. Gray who has been visiting her
nother Mrs. M. E. Cook leaves to-day
for her home in Baltimofe. She will
be accompanied by her sister, Mrs.
Lillie Russ who will spend the winter
Strayed or stolen.
One large pointer dog, white with
liver ears and covered with small liver
spots. Answers to the name of Ross. A
suitable reward lor any information or
his return to
20 J. C. MYE RS.
Any one who has children will rejoice with
L, B. Mulford, of Plainfield, N. J., His little
boy, five y'ears of age, was sick with crou p.
For two days and nights he tried '.arious
remedies recommended by friends and neirh
bors. He says : "I thought snre I would
lose him. I had seen Chamberlain's Cough
Reed y advertised and 1 thought I wouid t ry
It as a last hope, and am happy to say that
after two doses he slept until morming. I
gave it to him next day and a cure was ef
fected. I keep this remedy in the hnuse now
and as soon as any of my children show
signs of croup I give it to them, and that is
the last of it " 23 and 50 cents bottles for
se by *
Read what the Drummers say of
it: "Dear Docto?, please let
Henry, the porter at Hotel, have
a bottle of your Compound Cough
Syrup. It is the very best on
earth, especially for G-:ipp.':
P. B. CHRISTIE.
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by Daven
por A Renwick. tf
LXJ1 -1-1 LUJ TV A_PUjJ.&1U_&&P jL. -A.
Highest of all in Leavening Pc
DR. 0. B. MAYER MARRIED.
He Captures One of the FaireNt Daughters
of Our Sister ToWn.
LAURENS, S. C., December 12 -At
10 o'clock this morning Miss Harriett
W. Jones, of our city, a prominent
young society lady, was married to Dr.
0. B. Mayer, of Newbtrry. The cere
mony took place at the residence of her
father, W. W. Jones, the family and a
few fhie.ids being present. The Rev.
A. U. Wardlaw, of the Presbyterian
ch urch, performed the eeremony. The
happy couple took the 10:40 South
eastern train and will maxe the usual
bridal tour. R. L. McCaughrin, of the
New berry bank accompanied the groom
to the city.-Correspondence of the
Dr. Mayer is expected home to New
berry to-day with his bride and will
receive a warm welcome and many
Dongratulations for long life and happi
ness from his host of friends in New
All diseases of the skin cured, and
lost complexion restored by Johnson's
Driental Soap. W. E. Pelharu.
Death of Mrs. Lambert J. Jones.
Mrs. Eliza McHardy Jones,widow of
the late Maj. L. J. Jones, died at her
bome in Newberry on Sunday after
noon. She was in her 73rd year. She
bad not been well for some days and
Ln Saturday afternoon iii some way
he accidentally fell, and being ntar
he fire pla- e was burned on the baid
and face, and this no doubt hastened
One by one those links which bind
as to the good old days are being
broken asunder. In the death of Mrs.
Jones another of the '.old landmarks
bas been removed. Only a few months
ago she followed the remains of her
:evoted husband to their last resting
place and now she goes to join him
with the innumerable hosts o.i the
ther shore beyond the river. For
more than fifty years they journeyed to
ether .here and after a few brief
months of separation they are again in
Mrs. Jones had many friends in
ewberry who will mourn their loss
along with the sorrowing relatives.
rbe funeral services were held in her
ate residence onl Tuesday morning, be
g conducted by Rev. E. P. McClhn
ock and intermnvt was had at Rose
Those who have used Dr. King's New Dis
,overy know its value, and those who have
not, have now the opportunity to buy it
Free. Call on the advertised Druggist and
get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your name
and address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago,
and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Life
Pills Free, as well as a copy of Guide to
Health and Household Instructor, Free. All
af which is guaranteed to do you good and
:ost you nothing. Robertson & Gilder's
We mean business and our stock of
ury goods and shoes will be sold regard
less of cost. Matthews & Cannon. tf
Reedy River Association.
The Union of the sixth division of the
Reedy River Association will meet
with the 1st Baptist church in Newber
ry on Friday before the 5th Sunday in
tbis month at 11 o'clock a. mn. Sermon
by Rev. B. F. Corley. Sermon Friday
night by Rev. T. A. Camel.
Missionary sermon Sunday morning
by Rev. M. WV. Ran kin. Subjects for
1. Terms of church membership, by
S. Dominick, Rev. J. W. Blanton, Rev.
2. Titbinig, by I. H. Hunt and Rev.
M. W. Ratnkin.
3. Christian Sabbath, its observance,
Dr. James McIntosh, Rev. B. F. Cor
4. Systematic Giving, R. G. Wallace,
Rev. J. WV. Bianton.
5. Young people's mov7ement, The
need, the work, by Rev. T. A. Camel,
Rev. M. WV. Rankin, Rev. G. A.
Japanese Liver Pellets are small, but
great in their effects; no griping; 50
doses 25 cts. W. E. Pelham.
Shoes and Boots must go. If Mat.
thews & Cannon cut prices will move
The Thornwell Orphnage.
It has been the annual ecistom of
Aveliegh Presbyterian churh and the
citizens of the city and county of New
berry, to send a Christmas offering te
the Thoruwell Orphanage at Clinton,
S. C., every year. As I have heard of
no one taking any action so far this
season, I ktave decided to offer to re
ceive any contribution you would
liketo make, in money, provisions or
clothing, at my store, up to Monday
morning the 24th inst and will attend
to the boxing and shipping at that
time. Every one can give something.
A. C. JoNES,
New Post Office Building, Newberry,
S. C. _ _ _ _ _ _
Chas. Ryan, Druggist, Springfield,
ll., writes: Japanese Pile Cure is a big
seller and has given entire satisfaction,
xcept one case, which was made en
tirely satisfactory by your promptly
refunding the $5.00. WV. E. Pelham.
Gilt Edge or Alma Shoe Polish, $18
per gross, by the i gross or dozen.
tf. 0 . M. JAmIESON.
5 Cooking stoves,
100 lbs Knitting Cotton.
50 gross Matches at 5c. per dozen
New Orleans Molasses.
Harness Oil, Spirits Turpentine.
Truks, Valises, &c.,
Low Down at
J. S. RUSSELL's.
CHRIS TMA8 18 COMING!
But we are here already to
lake and Bake Cakes, or tu.
Bake a Turkey.
And cheap at that.
Fruit and Pound Cakes 25e. per lb.
Cakes baked for 10, 15 and 20c. each.
Trurkes baked according to size.
A full assortment of Cakes
Give us a call. Respectfully,
PLHAM'S PECTORAL SYRUP.
Dear old Maj. Chris. Suber, of
precious memory, induced Bunch
McBee, the railroad magnate, to
try Pelham's Pectoral Syrup for
a fearful cold, bordering on pneu
monia, during their visit once at
the Springs of Virginia. There
sits were very happy: Bunch~
wrote and declared that Pelham'
Pctoral was the greatest cold and
cough medicine on earth. Thisi
uniersl +tetimony. Price 256
wer.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
PROSPERITY, S. C., Dec. 17, 1894.
Mr. 0. P. Harris has moved back to
his old home in the country.
Capt. J. N. Godsey has moved into
the house vacated by Mr. Harris.
Mr. B. L. Wheeler, theyouugest son
of Mr. J. M. Wheeler, left here for
Florida last Wednesday.
Mr. F. L. Oldham of Anderson has a
writing class and that art for twelve
days will develop with many a flourish.
Miss Nannie Grier of Ashville,N. C.,
is visiting the Misses Luther.
Mr. T. L. Schumpert's new house is
nearing completion and will probably
be ready for occupancy by the first of
the year. its appearance is not un
A lot of twenty three pigs were ship
ped here from Edgefield to help supply
ademand for grunters.
A Christmas Service, The Night of
Wonder, will be rendered by the Grace
Church Sunday-school on Christmas
Capt. D. H. Witherspoon of the
Prosperity Rifles has returned home.
Mr. A. 1. Kohn returned from Green
ville sick, he has been confined to his
Another week will bring Christmas
and many, no doubt, will be made glael
and especially some of the students who
are expecting a return home with
Christmas to spend a week.
Mr. E. B. Luther has received a lot
You can get most anything you want
in the Toy or Doll line at 5, 10 or 25c.,
as we make a specialty at these prices.
And then in Nuts, Raisins, Candies,
Oranges, Apples, and in fact everything
for Xmas, w% e are full up and as low
as the lowest prices. A cordial wel
cone to all. Come and see
It. Eddy Bros.
At aregular convention of Oriental
Council, No. 17, Rt. and S. M., held
Monday evening, December 17tb, the
following officers .:ere elected and in
stalled to serve the ensuing Masonic
T. I. M.-E. Scholl z.
D. M.-E. W. Thomason.
P. C. W.-Geo. McInturft.
Treasurer-N. B. Mazyck.
Recorder-J. H. M. Kinard.
C. of G.-Mc K. Hutchison.
C. of C -G. M. B. Epting.
Steward-Jos. Mann. -
Sentinel-I. D. Shockley.
A Chance to Make Money.
I have been selling Dish Washers
three weeks, and have cleared $315.
Can any of your readers, without pre
vious experience, beat this? In this
business a woman can make as much
as a man. Every family wants a Dish
Washer when they can be got so cheap
and they will have one, no matter who
it is that is selling it. I am convinced
any one can make from $53 to $10 a day
in this business anywhere, city or
country. They all want Dish Washers.
You can get particulars by addressing
the iron City Dish Washer Co., E. E.
Pittsburg, Pa., and by beginning at
once, you can have enongh money by
sring to start in most any kind of
business. I am going to stick right to
this Dish Washer business until I make
A Daring Robbary.
On last Wednesday night the store of
Wooten & McWhirter was broken iLt->
and robbed. Entrance was made'
throngb the window in the rear of the
store. The blinds were broken, and
after getting inside thbe robbers opened
the back door and left it open. The
clotbing was all torn up, as if it had been
gne throngh in search of such articles
as the parties de'sired. Messrs. Wootes
& McWhirter cannot tell how much
was t-iken, but so:ne clothing, shirts
and underwear are among the articles
missing. it was rather a bold robbery,
as the moon was sbining brightly. A
gentleman who was out late that night
or early that morning says a colored
man came up from th~e direction of the
rear of the store, and when questioned
about being out that time of night, said
be was going to work at the brickyard
and-had gotten up sooner than he in
tended. It turns out that no work
was being done at the brick yard. As
yet there is no clue to the robbers.
is our handsome stock of
which we will sell
Give us a call before buy
RoDleItsol & flh aris
Druggists on the Corner.
Foster's Kid Gloves for sale by
Davenport & Renwick.
I N FINE Watches, Diamond
Rings and Jewelry of every de
scription, Solid Silver and Silver
Pated Ware, Silver Novelties,
Banquet Lamps, Clocks, Fine
Table and Pocket Cutieries,
Pocket Books and- Card Cases,
Gold Rimmed Spectacles and
Eyeglasses, which will be fitted
to the eye.
All t which will be sold at
'as to suit the times.
EDT UARD SCHOLTZ
Jeweler and Oppician.
ONLY A BOX OF BACON.
Another Fruitless Raid by the State Con
It seems to be a hard matter for the
State constables to make a successful
raid in Newberry. Last Friday the
three who are stationed here spotted
what they thought was a suspicious
iookjing box in the C. N. & L. depot at
Newberry. It was addressed, Wil
lianis & Co. Before they took poss -.
sion United States Commissioner
Reid and United States Constable BAx
ter began to investigate and found
there were no stamps on the box and if
it were whiskey they was entitled to it,
so they took posiestion. This was late
in the afternoon and several persons
having beard of the raid went to the
depot. The State constables went on
to their boarding house and some
thoughtless person fired a couple pistol
shots. The police were soon on band
but there was no trouble prescnt, past,
or impending. Mr. Baxter moved the
suspicious looking box to town and
put it in a room and locked the door,
and put the keys in his pocket. Next
morning he got several persons to go
with him to so-e the box opened, among
the nuimber being Msr. Senn of the
board of control. When the top was
prized ot there was found in the box
as pretty a lot of bacon as you disired
to see. The box was returned to the
depot. These are the facts as we have
been able to obtain them.
Buy your Xmas and Holi
day Goods at
PELH1AM'S DRUG STORE,
and you will save money.
We offer for cash only, a dis
count of 25 per cent. from
regular prices on Xmas goods.
Call and see for yourself.
stock too large to enumerate
$2 .50 Ha!s at $1.50, $1.50 at 75c. and
$1.00, 75c. Hats at 50c. 75c. Cravats at
25c., 35c. Cravats at 15c. at
tf. Matthews& Cannon's.
Salter, Photo and Portrait Artist,
Enlarges Pictures, from $1.50 to $6 00,
and will finish Enlargements. in fine
Hand-St ippled Black or Sepia Crayon,
Pastel, or Water colors, at lowest pricos
consistent w'th execution of good work.
He, also, will make Free-hand, fine
stippled Portraits in all of the above
20 Barrels Fancy Apples.
2.5 Boxes Florida Oranges.
20 Bunches Banan'as.
64 Baskets Grapes.
2 Barrels Malaga Grapes.
All fancy fruits to be sold this week
at lowest prices.
TOYS! TOYS!! TOYS!!!
Everything fresh and at lowest
S. B. JONES.
Entertainment at Smyrna.
The young people of Smyrna church,
will give an entertainment at the resi
dence of Mr. M. H. Gary, about one
and a half miles beyond Smyrna, on
Wednesday evening the 2.5th of Decem
ber, at 8 p. m. 'I be same programme
will be repeated at Jalapa, at the resi
dence of Mr. E. P. Matthews, on the
evening of the 28th of December, for
the benefit of St. James church. The
interesting programme will consist of
Dialogues, Recitations, Tableaux, in
terspersed with music. Refreshments
served. The young folks are anticipa
ing a pleasant time, and will endeavor
to more than satisfy the expectations of
those who favor us with their presence.
Admision-Adults 15 cents, children
Itn large quantities and at lowest
prices at the Book Store. tf.
For Sale by Davenport, & Renwick.
All Public School Books
sold at the Book Store at
prices adopted by the State
I FORBID ANY ONE FROM
hunting on my land.
CONTRACT TO LET.
THE COUNTY BOARD OF ROAD
.. Commissioners for Newberry
County will let contract for Physician
to Poor House and Jail for the year
1895, on first day of Janutary, 1895, at
noon. J. C. DOMIN ICK,
T. S. SEASE, Clerk.
B Y AUTHORITY GIVEN US IN
the last will and testament of Fred
erick H. Dominick, deceased, we will
sell, at public outcry, at Newberry
Court House, on saleday in January
1895, the following property of his
1. One share of the capital stock of
the Williamston Female College.
2. A lot of land at the "Anderson
Place," containing one-third of an
acre, more or less, and hounded by
lands of Preston Dominick, Laura
Mayes, Godfrey Harmon, and estate of
Jacob L. Dominick. Sold by plat.
3. A tract of 298 acres, more or less,
known as the "Jacob Cleland Land,"
and bounded by lands of L. W. Floyd,
J. M. Workman, John Floyd, and
lands formerly owned by John McCon
nel and Winfield Wertz.
TERMS: The share of stock will be
sold for cash; the land for one-third
cash, balance in two equal annual in
stallmeuts, with interest from the day
of sale, secured by bond of the pur
chaser and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
'i H OM AS M. NEE L.
GEORGE B. CROMER,
December 10, 1894.
A m- and Complete Treatment, consisting of
SCPPosIToRIES, Cap'ules~ of Ointment and two
ots of Ointment. A never-falding Cure for Piles
'h he knifer Ine.n ofcarboliCacid whch
r wainfnl and seldom a pern,anent cure, and often
e-uiting in death, unnecessary. Why endure
oxes to cre anr eaase. 'ou on payf
)ennts received. $1 a bon. 6 for $5. sent by mall.
Guarantees issued by cur agents.
CNS IPA Tt0N b"laparese
he great LIVER and STom ACH REGULATOR ant!
LoOD PURIFIER. Small, r.id and pleasant to
take, especlly adapted for caldren's use. 53 Doses
GRATEES issned only by
Wr_ n E LMA M .Newherry S. C.
Rev. M. J. Epting has served the St.
Luke's Lutheran congregation in this
county for the past six years most ef
fielenily and acceptably. In fact it
Was his first chartze. He is one of the
coming men in the Lutheran cburch
in the South. He is a studeft, an
eloquent speaker, a good reasoner, has a
bright mind, and possessed of that
rare-t of gifts in these t=mes, good hard
common sense. He Las become very
much endeared to the ptople of St.
Luke's, but having been called to an
other and larger field sent in some
time aigo his resignation as pastor to
take effect on January 1.
Last Sunday after services a congre
gational .neting was called and Mr.
R. T. C. Hunter in behalf of the con
gregation and in fitting and touching
terms presented Rev. Mr. Epting
with an elegant gold headed cane ap
propriately inscribed as a tribute of
their love and devotion to their pastor.
Mr. Eptimg was taken completely by
surprise but responded as well as be
could under the ei:cumstanees and in a
feeling manner. It goes without say
ing that he prizes the cane very highly.
He will leave for his new field of
labor in Sa% annah on Monday, Decem
With a view of testing our opinion
that Low 1Prices are not appreciated by
the general public, we propose to sell
one day in every week below New
York prices. We will not name the
day. That is our secret.
tf NEW YoRK RACKET SToRE.
At the residence of Mr. Simpson
Boland on Sunday December 9, 1894. at
10.30 a. it. Mr. James Q. Boland and
Miss Alice L. Shealy were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. T. 0.
Mrs. Tillman W. Shealy died at their
home in Helena on Monday, 17th in
stant, aged 2.5 years. They were only
temporary residents here, Mr. Shealy
being a student in Newberry College
and Seminary, making preparation for
the Lutheran ministry.
Jacob Ernest, the infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Wise, died on De
cember 9, aged 3 months and 19 days.
Resolutians on Rev. Dr. Cozby.
WHEREAS, It has pleased Almighty God to
serarate fron our society, and from the
sphere of his earthly labors, James S. Cozby,
1). U.. a member of the Board of Trustees for
Newberry School District. therefore be it
resolved by the survivors of that Board:
1. That in the death of the deceased the
'people or Newberry have lo!t a ci izen whose
learning, diligence and probity were most
useful to their interests:
11. That the Board of Trustees have been de
prived of the assistance of one whose eoua
seis were always most wise, and his society
most agreeable an:d improving;
ILL Ifhat the Board of Trustees tender to the
family of their deceased fellow-laborer their
profouudest sympatly in this Irreparable
IV. Tat a copy of these resolutions oe trans
mitted to the widow of the deceased by tne
( hairman and Secretary of this Board. that a
page of the mninutes of the Board be suitably
dedicate to the memory of the deceased,
a,nd that these resolutions be publibhed in the
newspapers in the town of Newberry.
J. F. J. CALDWALL,
F. N. MARTiv,
Foster's Kid Glkves for sale by
Daven port & Renwick.
Now is the time to buy
your Jewelry, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, Silver Ware, &c.
Go to the Book Store and see
how much you can get for a
small amount of money.
Z. F. WRGHT.
M. L. SPEARMAN.
EIEUJ0R'SS~1E 6FLin D.
BY AUTHORITY OF THE WILL
--of Leonora Turnipse'ed, deceased,
and withb the a.pproval of the Probate
Court for New berry County, I will seli,
at public outcry, to thbe bighest bidder,
at New berry Court House, on the first
Monday (7thi day) in January, 1895, all
the land in said County, heretofore
owned by Georgiana Turnmpseed, de
cessed, and Leonora Turnipseed, de
ceased, in common, and afterwards de
vised, as to her part, by the former to
the latter, and lying about eleven miles
from the town of N ewberry, and con
siting of Seventy-Five (75) acres whbere
on are the old Turnipseed dwelling
house and outbuildings, and three hun
dred and five (305) acres, divided into
two nearly equal tracts-plate of all
which three tracts will be exhibited on
day of sale.
TERM~S OF SALE: One-third of the
purchase money to be paid in cash, the
balance in twelve months from day of
sale, with interest from day of sale, the
credit portion of purchase money to be
secured by bond of purchaser and mort
gage of premises sold. Purchaser to
pay for titles.
JOSEP H L. KEITT, Executer.
Dec. 15, 1894.
Administrator's i Sale.
P URSUJANT TO AN ORDER OF
Probate Court I will sell at public
outcry to the highest bidder for cash, at
Newberry Court House, on the 7th day
of Januar.y, 1895, 40 shares of the capi
tal stock of Thbe National Bank of New
berry. 12 shares of the capital stock of
The Pelzer Manufacturing Company.
R. H. WRIGHT, Administrator.
Dec. 12, 1894.
Notice of Settlement.
NOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that in the Probate Court, on the
22nd day of January, 1895, at 1] o'clock,
I will make asettlemenltof the personial
estate of John D. Wetiaman, deceased,
and that I will immediately thereafter
apply for a final discharge as a.dminis
tratrix of his estate.
EUSTATIA A. WED \MAN,
December 17, 1894.
W E HAVE CAST OUR LOT IN
with the people of Newberry,
ani respectfully solicit a share of your
patronage. We shall keep a nice lot of
We have the la gest st ock of Specta
cles this side of Atlanta, and we are
prepared to fit the most difficult cases
of derangea vision that Spectacles will
With an experience of twenty-five
years at the bench, we are competent
to do all kinds of Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing, and especially so
l4at hard jobs that other jewelers have
We have come to stav.
DANIE LS & CO,
At Dr. Hale's Drug Store.
H AVING PURCHASED THE PLUTOF
the Atlantic Phosphate Company, to
gether with the entire stock. brands and
good-will, we take this method of thanking
the friends and patrons of the Chicora Fer.
tilizer compa ny for their cordial support and
p tronage in the past of the Atlantic Phos
phate Ccompany, as well as the (hicora.
brands, guaran. teeing that under the man
agement of the Chicora, the ieputat ion
earned by the Atlantic brands will be fully
susICORA FERTILIZER COMPANY,
CR ARLESTONI, S. C.
GEO A. W AGENETL General Managev.
!-P. TOU .i
We aro selling off our
will astonish you.
DOOF ? EASE9
kt the old staud of J. W. Kibler & Co.
Cl'E DRIDLY PIlRLLEL,
TFIE DEADLY PARALLEL COL
uwn has been used with fatal effect
X, confound tbe plagiarist In literature.
Let's try it on those who plagiarize our
methods and claim to meet our prices.
rake the list and set down in the blank
pace the prices-s others ask and compare
them with our prices.
Bed Ticking 5C.|
Standard Calicoes 5c.!
Nton Flanel 5i -
I-ss Outing 5t-o
Granulated Fugar 'c
All Wool Jeans 19C.
-long Tea 30c.
':'J CITCOPHNNY GRIOR
d,es not enter our store. The best, al
vi a?ys the best and only the best!is what
. e handle. Ai goods direct from the
Northbern market. No cross road affairs
We Ask Nethiing Better
a willing to stan or falby facts and
You Can Save a Sight of
Money at Our Store.
0. KLETT NER,
1 a81r0'Of LO Pr ces.
Because we wish to redact
Dress patterns, which have alread
and now another sweeping reducti
to procure an elegant suit for a v
only for ten days, because our dr
iii The sooner you come ti
made. We mean business. Con
-- Yours respe<
S5 PE CEN R
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aro 110W fl8BD 8o]
Matthews & C
AM ANXTOUS TO GET TE
attention --f :he ladies of the City
and County of Newherry for the ne.t
twenty days. I have bought and have
now in st re.
Men's Hadkercbiefs; White Hem
stitched Silk, with Initials, Piain
Clored 8ik Handkerchiofs, White
Hemstiched Silk Handkerchiefs,Faney
Linen Hemstitched Handkerehieka,
Colored B-;rdered and Plain White
Handkerebiers. All very desirable
goods at from 5e. to $1.00 a piece. A
beautiful line of Men's Silk MuffleM
fram 65c. to $1.25each.
Men's Gloves, in Cassimere, Scotch
Kait Gloves, Leather G-oves, Kid
Gloves at from 15e. to $1.50 a pair.
Men's Ties, Four-in-Hands, and Wind
sor Scarfs at from 10c. to 50?.
These are all desirable gifts for the
ffolidays, and as I know that you never
forget your husbands, brothers and.
sweethearts at this season of the ye,
I write speeially to you, and ask that.
you see what I am doing to supply
your demands for Christmas, and if
you do not get anything in the above
line, and want to make them supreme
ly happy, buy them some of my fine
Cigars. Rosemont at 5c. straight,
Cinco 5c. or 6 for 27v. and Lexas 10c. or
SforZc. They are the finest in the
To The Young Nof
If you wart to look well and keep
comfortable during the holidays, don't
forget that we keep the latest and best
styles in Hats, Underwear and bus
penders. My motto is to keep the best
goods and sell them at a little in ad
vance of wholesale prices. Come and
New PostoffRce Building
NEWGE RRY, S. C.
DECErBER 11, 1894.
A 33 ACBE FARM WITH GOOD i
L.Dwelling, &e., in and near th
town of Newberry. Apl to
3. N. MARTIN,'or
GEO. S. MOWER,
our large stock., of I3f1oT
y been greatly reduced in price,
on in dress making will enable yom
~ry small sum. This offerh
ss making department will soon ~
e sooner you can get your dress
Lto see us. . -
g' a Chance1
[ave But,Once in
a Lifetime I
thing, Shoes, Hats