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. WwBauMIt KAntT.
reoted every Tuesday and Friday
Iders ..... ................... 51 i o.
Lard * 128c.
....--...... ........... .1 02 .
Molasses, new crop...... 00.
--.--- - -...... ........ 600.
... ............... 1.00
t a.*....................... $1.00.
atent Flour .................. $6.25.
inest Flour.................... 5.76.
It Flour ........................ $5.50.
6r ............ ...-...
4 meal, per sack... V.10
iPer owt .......... ..........3o
- COuutrr Produce.
O cP e dozen ---............ 1
Peas, be bih........2(20o.
Corn, per bushel '............. o.
Oats, per bushel '.-....... 500.
Sweet potatoes WaMou....'-''3 .
Turkeys, per 1b ' ' 00.
Fodder, per t'.." 80.
----- .................6 5.
Newberry ott,n Ma 6@.t
(Correctad Tuesda a l day N o ..
striat Middling........ .-....
Market steady. ej
fteceipts for week ending Satur.
jeceipts since Septuinber lst....,02
spot cotton was selling yestery
Atlanta at 6j; Savannah, it.
Opening, at MoWer CO
One 20 Horse Power Engne.
One 12 Horse-Power Engine.
One 16 Horse-Power Boler.
Lot of Shafting and Pulleys of vari
Apply to Herald and News. f&ttf
A house with five to seven rooms
good location. Will lease for one year
at a time at a reasonable rent. Write
or sce P. J. Voss,
t&f2t Newberry, S. C.
The Carolina Manufactur..
ing Company is prepared to
1 gin your cotton at 20cts. per
hundred. We invite com
parison of sample and seed.
Highest market price paid for
seed. Give us a trial. t&ftf
Opening at Mower Co.'s
Thursday, 16th. it
I Teacher Wanted.
The Trustees of School District No.
38 will meet at the school house, in
said district, on Saturday, October 2nd,
to consider applications for the posi
tion of teacher for the ensuing fcholas
tic term. Address,
A. A. MADDHN,
EUGENE L. LEAVELL,
HENRY N. BOOZER,
t3t Vaughnsville, S. C.
The regular meeting of the Newberry
Lodge Knights of Pythias will be hold
tonight at 8 o'clock in the Masonic
Hlall in Crotwell Hotel building. All
the members are earnestly requested
to attend the meeting. The second
rank will be conferred and a full atter
dance is desired.
F~4or ,fatnts and Children.
The Trustees of Garmnany Academy,
School District No. 23, will receive
applications for a teacher until Sep
tember 15th, at 9 o'clock a. mn., at
which time the patross of the school
will meet atA-he new school house to
elect a teacher. Salary, $35.00 per
month; term, 9 months.
T. B. Leitzscy,'
M. B. Caldwell,
C. D. Buzhar~dt,
DR. B. A. DANIEL..
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and
NEWBERRY, 8. C.
'Omice at residence, next door to Crot
'well Hotel. t.tf
Opening at Mower Co.'s
"Thursday, 16th. it
"NOT FEELINQ WLL
- Robertson's Compond
'l'his preparation is a combination
'of drugs having alterative, tonic
,stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
board of couirt lita recommend for
mittee, then introdi oua affections,
who read * ver7 plaintsa, Rhou
written by a young y
place. It fa entitled "A'-th
It dwelt on the coming gjomth
Greaenwood, and was well . conlta
and many were the 'prai.sg
concerning it. ,
CJol. George JohnsRtone,' of ]e o
berry' the orator of the day, wa.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Dust is plentiful.
The children are happy-a cirom is
The Graded Schools will open next
Mr. H. C. Holloway is clerking for
Mr. Ed w. It. 1IIpp.
R6v. Dr. A. G. VoIgt will preach in
the Lutheran church next Sunday
With Water.16rks and plenty of
Water all 1110 mail streets should be
iss Carrie Lee Reagin is clerking
fosfMr. D. C. Flynn and will be glad to
lieo her friends.
Superintendent of Education F. W.
Higgins had suficiently recovered to
be at his ofice yesterday.
Jas. A. Mimnaugh has returned from
the Northern markets and is busy mark
ing up goods for the' fall trade.
Mr. Jacob Long will conduct prayer
ineeting at the Lutheran church on
Wednesday afternoon at six o'clock.
Business is opening wel 1 and the iner
chant who is alive to his interest will
place an ad in The Herald and News.
Price has moved his photograph gal
lery and has nicely fitted up rooms
Over R. C. Williams' store on Main
M'J. H 1ipp will furnish a first
cl riteeue at Pomaria on Saturday,
. A good time and a good
J. Epting, of Savannah, Ga.,
I an able and strong sermon in
the Lutheran church last Sunday
Mr. Rd Schumpert can now be found
with 0. Klettner, the fair and square
dealer, where lie will be pleased to serve
The Mower Co. will have one of the
finest displays at their opening on
Thursday ever scen in Newberry. No
lady should fall to see it.
Tne examination of teachers for
teachers' county certificates will be
held at the Superintendent's oflice on
24th. See notice in another column.
Davenport & Renwick will display
their millinery goods today and the
ladies are invited to comto and inspect
them and see the beauties in this line.
Mr. P. Bartow Copeland, of Cope
land Bros., returned on Friday from
New York and other Northern markets,
where lie selected an elegant line of
good for the opening season.
Magistrate S. S. Cunningham will be
absent from his offle after Wednesday
of this week until Monnay of next week.
Persons having business with hin will
govern themselves accordingly.
Mrs. J. B. Davis died at her home in
Edgefield on Sunday, September5. Mr.
Davis is a native of Newberry and
served as Auditor of Edgefleld County.
He is now dispenser at EdgeflOd. Mrs.
Davis was a Miss Tribble.
The Standard Manufacturing Com
pany, of Augusta, Ga., -wants to furnish
the builders of Newberry with sash,
dogys, blinds, shingles, laths, lumber
and anything in yellow pine. See ad.
in Friday's paper and consult your in
Rev. J1. B. Fox pastor of the Luther
an church left yester~day to spend two
weeks in Salem, Va. His congregation
gave him a vacation of six weekcs. He
took four ,weeks some timne ago and is
now taking the remaiing two. lie wIll
retuin next Saturday one week.
Mr. A rthur~ Davis wvhile at work in
W. Tr. Davis & Co.'s shops on Saturday
had his left hand badly cut by some of
the machInery. Ils thumb had to be
amputated at the first joint and the
forefinger was strip)ped to the bonie its
entire length. Dr'. Gilder dressed the
wvound and amplutated the .thumb.
In our last issue we failed to mention
the prettily decorated window at
Scholtz' Jeweliry Store on the occasion
of the Firemen's Tournament. Mr.
Scholtz is a wide-awake citiz,en and is
uip-to-date on all occasions. H is window
was tastily decorated to suit the occa
sion. T1he front of Mimnaugh's stoic
was also prettily decorated.
Captain Dunning, of the Columbia
Reel Team, No. 3, wvho carried off the
first priize in the firemen's tournament
last week, requests us to extend to the
citizens of Newberry ri'nd the Excelsior'
Fire Company, the sincere thanks of
his comp)any -for kindnesses shown them
and the handsome manneir ini which
they wvere entertained. Th'ley were de
lighted wvith our city.
Prof. W. K. Sligh, of Newberry, and
Honi. A. G. Birice met last night at, the
HI-otel Jerome to lay out a .course .of
study for the State.Colored College and
to prepare rules for the governing of
the president and faculty. President
Miller attended the meeting. They
completed their work and will report
at the meet,ing of the +-ustecs on Octo
beir 21st.-Columbia Record, 9th.
Chap. B. Hood, Broker and Mani
nfaturer's A gent. Columibus, Ohio,
certifies that Dr. King's New Discov
ery has no equal as a Cough remedy.
J. D. Brown, Prop. St. Janmes Hotel,
Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifIes that lie was
euredl of a Cough of two years standing,
caused by La Grippe, by 0:' Kinu's
New Discovery. I . F. Merrill, Bald
winsvilie, Masis., says that lie hats used
and reeommended it andi never knew
it to fail and would rather have it than
any dlocter, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25thi St., Chica
go, always keeps it at hand and has no
fear of Croup, because it instantly re
lieve'. Free TIrial Hottles at Rlobert
son & Gilder's Drug Store.
Opening at Mower Co.'s
1Thursdlav. 16th. 1t
Mr. J. 0. Keunerly, of Georgetown
is in the city.
Mr. Jio. P. Aldridge is on a visit to
Concord, N. Q.
Miss Nannie Pool left yesterday 'o.
Hollins Institute, Virginia.
Miss Alice Mazyck returned on Sat
urday from a visit to Angusta.
Mrs. 0. B. Mayer has gone to
Laurens on a visit to relatives.
M rs. Eduard Scholtz returned on Sat
urday from a visit to New York.
Mrs. H[. C. Moses, of Sumter is spend
ing a while in Newberry witl relatives.
Mrs. Dr. W. E. Dunn, of Pomaria,
visited relatives in the city last weelk.
Miss Lizzie Copeland was called to
Columbia on Sunday to nurse a serious
case of fever for Dr. Taylor.
Mrs. Dr. E. C. Jones and Miss Helen
returned home on Saturday after an
extended visit in the up country.
Miss Euphemia McClintock returned
last week from Europe where she had
been taking special course in French.
Miss Agnes Cantwell, of Columbia,
who has been visiting Mrs. M. E.
Wickliffe, returned home on Saturday.
Mayor Evans returned from Clinton
Saturday, where he had been called to
the bedside of his wife, she having
Mr. Pierre St. J. Mazyck, assistant
passenger agent of the South Carolina
and Georgia Railroad is visiting his
parents In Newberry.
Misses Claude Irby, of Laurens and
Agatha Davis, of Clinton, who have
been visiting Miss Lizzie Glenn, re
turned to their homes on Saturday.
Miss Ora Schumpert has returned
from Monroe, N. C. She is accom
pained by Mirs. P. C. Gaillard and they
are both visiting at Mrs. J. Y. CAl
Miss Eva Riser returned from a
month's stay at Tryon,N. C., on Friday
last and left on Sunday for Phoenix,
where she will teach a flourishing
school during the fall and winter.
Did you ever stop to think what in
digestion really means? It means sn
ply that your stomach is tired. If our
legs are tired, we ride. The horse and
the steam engine do the work. Why
not givo your stomach a ride; that is,
let something else dlo its work. Foods
can be digested outside of the body.
All plants contain digestive principles
and is a preparation designed to rest
the stoinabh. The Shakers themselves
have such unbounded confidence in it
that they have placed 10 cent sample
bottles on the market, and it is said
that oven so small a quantity proves
beneficial in a vast majority of nases.
All'druggists keep it.
LAXOL is the best medicine for chil
dren. Doctors recommend it in place
of Castor Oil.
The County Sunday School Convention
Will convene at Lebanon church, six
miles northeast of Newberry, on Thurs
day and Friday, September 23d and
24th. An interesting program has been
arranged, with a new feature attached
which is the lessons of October 3d and
10th to be taught; the first by Rev. A.
J. Bowers and the latter by Pros. Geo.
B. Cromner. The lessons alone, I feel
satisfied, wvill repay any one for attend
ing this meeting. Lebanon church and
community is looking for a large at
tendance. Let us not disappoint them.
They wvill open wide their homes and
give you a hearty welcome.
C. F. BOYD, Scoretary.
Iluoklen's Arnica Malve.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Briulses, Sores, Ulicers, Salt Rhieum,
Fever Sores, Tietter, Chap ped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
t.ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pa~y required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or muoney refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. F'or sale by
Ro(bertLson & Gilder.
To Scehool Pantrona.
T1heo Newberry Graded Schools will
open1 on Monday, the 20th instant. On
i"riday, the 17th, the Superintendent
will be at his ollice to.examine all new
pup)ils who desire to enter the school
and otlhers wvho have not grade cards,
so that they can be assigned to their
prIoper gr'ades and begin work promptly
with their classes. Pupils who have
grade cards need not come to school
Before enfter'ing upon the work of the
school year, I wish to say a few words
to the patrons.
I. Let me beg parents to examine
closely for themselves, the very first
month and every succeeding month, the
"Monthly Reports" of their children's
standing, that they may always know
thle pIrogress the children are making;
and if these rep)orts are at any time
not satisfactory, let parent,s ascertain
at once the :'rson why and help to
correct tihe trouble befor'e it becomes
2; I have seen excellent results fol
low from the vIsits of parents to the
scheol. They thus show an interest
ini tihe education om,d welfare of the
children that is wholesome and en
couraging. Feor this reason, and be
cause the schools are public .chools,
we would be glad to have frequent vis
its from parents and from others.
3. In behalf of the entire school
management, I bespeak the hearty co
operation of every ptron. With this,
the ensuing year, 1believe, will be all
that the commiunity has a right to ex
pect or' hlope for. Withmout it, success
can only be pai,-tlal; for there will in
evItably be failure and disappointment
ini every case where home coopeoration
is with held. Where home and school
work together for the good of the chil
dren happy results are sure to follow.
Trhe Tr'ustees, r'eachers and Super
lntecndent are by no means perfect, and
it is altogethler p)ossible that mistakes
will be made; but I can confidently pro
mise for each and all of them the very
best work within their power for all
thehildren entrusted to their care.
WV. II. WALLACE,
Sept. 13th, 1897. Supt.
W ANTEDI-TtUBT WORtTIIY AND) AC
tive gentlemen, or ladIies to travel for
res .otsible, established house in South C'aro
lina. Monthly *l36.tO and expenses. Position
steady. Roeference. Enclose self-add(rt ssed
i t a,ped ellelopo. Tile Dominion Company,
TilE GRADED SCHOOL.
A Good Opening Expected-Let All Parente
and Guardians be Iteady to Start Their
Children at the Ilegiuning.
The sound of the school boll will soon
suiumnou the children to their books.
The prospe ts for a good opening of
the school w o never better.
Superinto ,ent Wallace has every
thing in readiness for the opening. lie
will be at the Boundary street build
ing on Friday, 17th, at 9.30 a. in. for
the purpose of examining puplls who
have not grade cards and assigning
them to their grades. He requests the
teachers to meet him at the sameo place
on Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Prof. Wallace has a good record as
Superintendent at Newberry. Tho
school has grown under his manage
ment, and many pupils front outside of
town have come here to got the advan
tages of the school. Last year there
were 359 pupils enrolled in the Bound
ary street school and 87 in the Factory
school. There was collected from tti
tion last year $500, and the year before
$150, which gives some idea of the at
tendance front outside of the corporate
limits. Last year there were pupils in
the school from Abbeville, Laurens,
Union, Richland and Lexington besides
quite a number from the county.
It is the duty of the parants and
guardians and citizens of the commu
nity to uphold the hands of Prof. Wal
lace and his faculty in the good work
they qre doing for the educational ad
vancement of the community.
Tho assignment of teachers for the
coming session is as followe:
First grade, Mrs. 0. E. Fair; second
grade, Miss Iula Jones; third grade,
Miss Mary Burton; fourth grade, '1dsi
Carrie Godfrey; fifth grade, Msls Lizzie
Dominick; sixth grade, Miss Iachel
McMaster; seventh grade, Miss Carrie
Aull; eighth and ninth gradee, Miss
Kate Lou Noel; tenth grade, Prof. W.
Miss Laura Blease will again have
charge of the Factory school.
Meeting of Cotton Growers Called.
Whereas, we the members of John
stone Alliance find the farmers of the
county dissatisfied with .he price paid
them for their cotton by the Newberry
market, therefore we call a meeting of
the cotton growers of the county to
meet at Newberry court house next
Friday, September 17, 1897, at 10.30
o'clock, to discuss the situation and to
take such action as they think best.
We also most earnestly request the
following named gentlemen to urge
uponl the farmers of their respective
localities the import. .nce of attending
this meeting: Messrs Alan Johnstone,
George Johnstone, J J Lane, Boyd Ep
ting, Dr M A RenWick, H1 H1 Folk, 13 B
Leitzsey, Dr. W C Brown, Joe L Keitt,
J J Sligh, J C Lane, Perry 11alfacre,
Tom Epps, George Griffin, L Q Fellers,
R T C Hunter, Thos M Neel, C T Pay
singer, G F Long, W W Spearman,
Madison Pitts, I H Boulware, Dr. W E
Lake, R L Schumport, Henry Fellers,
P C Smith and Dr R C Carlisle.
We request our secretary to have
tils call printed it the county papers.
By order of Johnston1e Alliance.
JOUN A. MCGRAW,
XteNmH From MaybintQu.
Mr'. Den Lyles di.ed at the home of
his brother, Mr. Will Lyles, on 'rues
day, September 7th, of consumplltion.
He had been sick only a short while.
Mrs. Sal lie Henderson anid two ieces,
Miss Fannie May Henderson and Miss
Sallie Whitney, wh.o have been visit
in g in York, have returned.
Messrs. Blob and Jackson A brams, of
Mollohon, have been visiting ill this
communit,y, the guests of Mi'. James
MIsses Annie Maybin and Elmira
Oxnor have been visiting friends antd
relatives at Gosl' ni lill and .ttending
the big meeting at Roger's.
Miss Nettle Moo'e, of Columbia, whio
has been visiting relatives in tis comn
munity for some weeks, has gone to
visit Mr. Cleland's family, of Long
shore's, and will go fr'om there back to
iter' home. Miss Nettle is a sweet girl
and is liked everywhere site goes. We
1h0pe site will visit in Maybintont again
Misses Maggie and Ella Bakcer antd
Messrs. Pet Blaker' and Henry Brown,
of Long Lante, visited at Mr. J. E~. Co
Mrs. H. Gaillard antd little daughter,
of Newberry, visited her brothter, Mr.
Fr'ank Maybin, last weel:.
Mr's. B3essie Richards has gone to
North Carolina, whtere she will makce
her' futurie home.
Some of our good neighbors have
thte misfortune of having the whooping
September 9, 1897.
"'The C2onfederate Soldier inm the
Clvii Wat','' just p)ublishled, contajins
500 pages 12 x 16 inchles, and over' 1,100
large Battle Scones, Portraits, Mapis,
etc. The gr'eatest, and largest War~
Book ever i>uhblishted, and the ontly one
that does Justice to the Confederate
soldier' an1( theo cause hte fought for.
Complete in one volume. Agents
wanted everywhere to sell tils book on
eur new and easy plan. Many of thte
lady and~ gentleman agents who are at
work are making from $100 to $200 peCr
monmth. Veterans, sons and Daught.ers
of Veterans, and others interested ar'e
requested to settd for a beautiful ilus
trated descr'iptive circular (free) and
ternms to agents. Address, Courier
Journtal .Tob Printing C2o., Louisville,
H AP RPSLTHA WA TEHI
Carbonated Liithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Prices bf
5. B3. Jones,
Agent for Newberry
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome soad d*clou.
ROYAL CAXNG POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
COLORIE D TRACHRIA8 iNSTIT1UT.
A Pleasiait aid Profitable Week-lnntitutte
Conductet by Profs. 1. M. Cardozir ail
Wm. I. A. Palmer, of Orangeburg.
The Institute convoned in Itoge
school building, September 6, at ten
o'clock a. in., Prof. Cardoza in the
chair. After devotional exercise, .two
miemibors of the County Board of Ex
atniners, Prof. \V. 11. Wallace and G.
G. Sale, Esq., being present, Mr. Sale
resl)onded to the request of Prof. Ca'
doza to say something by way of en
couragemnent to the inst,itut. H is re
marks wore very appropriato and tip
A very timely and interesting talk
on the mnind being given by Prof. Car
doza, the institute after organizing,
went to work.
Prof. Palmer joined in the wot k
about, one o'clock p. In. and gave the
teachers a thorough stir Ing up as to
their responsibilit.y in fashioning the
The second day, after devotional ex
ercises, Prof. Cardoza read a poetical
selection, "A Hace with Arithmetic,"
and lectured on that branch of study in
all of its details. (reat interest was
taken in what was said and till were
much pleased along that line, aft
which, as the profssors alterna:cd
with their subjects, Prof. Pialmuer
brought in Ilstory and iiade his lee
ture on it very interest,ing indeed. The
rest of the day's session was used in a
drill on Spelling, and at continlued lee
turc on tho division of A rithmetic by
Prof. Cardoza, and Grammar by Prof.
Palmer. All of the subjects receiving
Now, Mr. Editor, as I do not wish to
take upi much of your space, I will say
that the third and fourth days' sessions
were used justi as profit-able, Teing filled
with Grammar, Arit,hmetic, Geogra
phy, Literature and Reading. in filet,
everything along the line of education.
I must say here thtt 'vrof. V. iI.
Wallace was asked by the faculty to
instruct in the teaching of Geography,
which he did in a very interesting and
The flifth day found the majority of
the teachers in their places very much
interested in their work. Devotional
oxercises being observed, Prof. Palner
)resented Reading anI dwelt o1 the
imp01'tance of teaching it, properly.
Prof. Wallace said a few words on this
Prof. Cardoza being physically indis
posed, Mrs. J. T. Washington, daugh
ter-in-law of Rev. Washington of the
A. M. E. church, of Newberry, kindly
consented to instruct the institute on
Hyglene and Physiology, which was
well done and proved ier c1ilciency to
t,he letter. Prof. Waillace being pre's
ent and so pleased adhvised the teachers
to cop)y the arraniugemnent, a placed on
the botard. Thu pitpils gave Mr's.
Washington a vote of thanks.
Prof. Palmer gave a talk on the greait
menCt of tibe negrlo race and advised the
teachers to studly and become ftniliair
Prof. Car'dozat then pre'sented the
thr'ee sides of man in his being, which
was given in a mnasterly matnner, which
about ended the wvork of the faculty.
A motion was adopted thlankinug Prof.
Wallace for the interest he took in the
wvork. Also a vote of thanks was ex
tended tIle faculty, 1as follows:
Whereas, tihe teachers of tis co'tmty
have been honor'ed wit,h t,he presence
of Prof. Walbr.', of theO city gradedd
school, in thL. M instituite, and where
1as, heL has labored so assiduiously ill our1
midst, anld benefited us mnuchl by Is in
struct ion andI word(s of encouragemnent.,
thet'efore be it,
Resolved, Thlat we tenider' outr regards
and otfer' 0our sincere and hearttfelt
thanks to hlim foir services.
HI. K. SPEARVMAN.
Resolved, T1hat tile thanks of the
member's of tis instit,ute be extendedu
to Pr~mofs. Cardoza and Palmer for the
able mnannor in whichl they condlucd
the instit,ute and1 genleral cordiality to
Much interest was maunifest.edi by the
teachers. in fact,, tile interest Iicreas5ed
with tile attenidanuce.
Tbc r'oll of teaichers ntumber'ed twen
ty-five the first daly andL forty-four tile
At the close of the inistituite tho
"honor roll" of those who were pre'senlt
and nIot tardy dutrinlg tile session1 wals
retid, andt showed that eight females
aind two malIes had n1 ot, lost anyl tihne.
Please pardon mec for' being so lengt,hy
but this is tile d1oings of a week's work
We hadit with uts 118 visitor's duiring the
week President Geco. ii. Cr'onmer and(
Prof. W. K. Sligh, of Newberr'y Col
lege, and as tile facilIty said, we hlad
not qulantit,y but quiality of visit.ors.
1L. A. N EIl , Secretar'y.
Newber'ry, S. C., Sep)t. 10, 18!7.
Decath is sad at any time of life hut
when one( just, buddi(1ng in to malhturit.y
dies it seems11 ei.peciailly sad.
Miss Sallie Boyd Wor'kmnan, daught.or
of Mr'. James Workman, of Belfast,
died oin tihe aifter'noonI of t,be 4th Inst,.
She wuas but a little patst her' inet,eethl
birt,h (day and1( seemed to be t.he stoutest
one of ai famnily of bright aindo clIharinlg
gIiris. 11cr del ight, was to bl p as far
as she louildi, those who 1werVe in ineed.
Bitt she canl help us8 11noioe. She was
sick only a few dalys and none1 thotught
h1er seriotsly ill till a few hours1 before'
her deaithi when she wats taikeni wit.h
congestion. Al tYwas done thalt, lovinrg
friends aind ai faith ful phIysicianl coutld
do bitt deaith claimfed bei' tis is own).
Miss Sallie withl twelve ot,heris joined
Bush River church aind wits bap)tlzed
August the 1st, 18f00. We trutst, shc is
now witht Him1 who diled for' her and
whlom she had learnled to love and
"inu the midst of life we aire in
death." M. W. It.
Opening at Mower Co,'s
Thursday. 16h. It
To Our Subscribere.
In the next few days we will mail
statements to our subscribers. It is
our custom to send out stateuents once
a year. We hope you will heed the re
quest this time and seid us something
on your account, if you cannot pay up.
We need money. Our only ehatico is
to get it from those for whom we have
worked and who owe us for that work.
The Herald and News has visited you
regularly twice a week this year and
the expense has been greater to us,
though we have not increased the sub
so iption price of the paper*.
The number of subscribers has stead
ily grown Ind contines to grow.
ielp us to make it a better paper by
paying what you owe. Let us have it
by the first of October. Come and see
us when you comie to town, but (10 not
wait to come to town, but, send us somne
money. We have waited long and pa
ctently with a good many of our sub
scribers. We do not feel that we should
wait, any longer.
If you have paid, this notice is not
Intended for you.
I hn e a few desirable and well
located building lots foe sale on Main
ntid H1unlt streets. 14asy payments and
long time If desired.
f&tlmi G.:o. S. Alowl.:m.
(6TATE 8,0-MUTR CARtOLINA,
COUNTY 01" NWIERRY--IN
PRO1ATI'E UO U'RT.
By W.W. Hodges, Esq., Probate. Judgo.
Whereas, John T. Norris hath made
mit to tue to grant him Letters
.) Administration of the estate and
A'iets of Emma E. Halfiere, deceased:
These are therefore to cte and ad
moiish all and singular the kindred
ind creditorsofthesaid Emma E. Hall
tere, deceated, that they be and alp
pear before me, in the Court of Probaite,
to be held at Newberry Court House,
n the 7th day of8eptember next, after
pu blienition hereof, at,I I o'clock I t he
forenoon, to alhow cause, If aly they
have, why the said Adminlistratlonl
ihould not he grainted.
Uven inder my hand this ti he 1st
ity of 8eptember, Anno Domini 189.
W. W. 110D1-8, .. .. N. c.
- - - FALL AN
I have just received froi
& Co. some of their latest, pro
SIA CHOCKLETTE, OX ]
FRENOII CALF, in bals a
lasts. Zeigler Bros. Line of
Ladies' Misses' and (
Fine SHOES for
have arrived. These Goods
and Wear. We guarantee el
We ca1rIy a great vfar,iet
WID)TIS, PATJiTERNS AN 1
TOES ARE PARIS,
WVe arec soiling thme blest Laidies
thamt is made(1( to t i oumthiernm feet. (all
If you want any of t
dishing out. About tw
pot and clear up the st4
Is before you and y<
ly decide for you the qi
we ask is a look at the
Cheap don't buy them.
Ask especially to se
I1 CAN BR FOUND
At my old stand
ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
of Watches Jew
elry and Silver
ware, Clocks and
Also a line of fine Specta
cles and E"yeglassos i GOd,
Silver and Steel Frames.
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
sTATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA
COUNTY 01 N1EjW1ERRY-1N
James J. Lane, ts Administ-rator, of
Alfred Caldwell, deceased, PlaintitY,
Ig-ist 1ialilno Cald well et. al., Da
Complaint to sell land to pay debts, &c.
V VIRTO"-, 01 AN ORDIER IN
t e al"),ve elitit,( - d eww~, itll t-11
ereditors of Alfred (aldvell, deceased.
ire hereby re(lired to preselt and es
tablish their clailns, under oath befor0
this Court, o) or before the first day of
00,er.I, A. 1). 1897.
W. V. 1IOD(10S, .J. P. N. C.
August 17, 18U7.
Examnation of ADDlicants for Teacbers'
X A N I N A T I () N OV API.
. J lint,s for Teachers' County Cer
t.l1lclte8 will be hold at the ollce of the
County Superintondent of I.du11cat.iou
on l0riday, 211th Sept.!mber, 18,17. Al -
ff1loailts ;Vill il- brig Llheir owin writ,ing.
niltter ia Is.
W. W. lIU"1INS,
t& ftd ( County Eupt.. l'ducation.
D WINTER. - - -
i the factory of Lilly Brackett
Ilucts jor wenl's wventr ill 1RUs..
1LOD, COlRDOVAN, AND
(1 colg, on the latest toos a1ld
)hildren's Medium and
Fill and Winter
lead the imlarket for Style, Fit
''ely pai r.
a TOIES. TIE]4 L2'T OF N E\W
~ENSE, LONDON A Nl)
*2.00 Shoe nmadle. Thj1is is the ony 1l'neo
and let, us show y~ou 01ur st.Ock.
T1he Shoe D)ealer,
d Price at
& Gilde r's
he good bargains we are
ice a year we empty the
re for new goods.
p utati on
ur judgment will quick
iestion of bargains. All
goods. If they are not
~s, Silk and Wool
andies and Mus
NEWRERRY. S. (i