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J. H. AULL, EDiToa.
The Legislature meets next Tuesday.
The most important matter likely to
come up will he the liquor question,
and we have been discussing that now
for eight years.
New Year resolutions are in order.
It is well, for it is better to make them
and break some than ndt to make any.
If we never resolve to improve and do
b3tter it is quite cortain wo never will
We have received notice from the
Seabo-.r< Air Line Railroad that Mr.
L. H. A!len has been a1 'pointed general
passenger agent, with headquarters at
Porthmouth, Va. We suppose Mr. T.
J. Anderson, who has held that posi
tion. retires from the service of the
Those of us who live into the year
2000 will see the beginning of the ic.
wonderful Century the world has yei
known. It will bring chunves whIch
none of us can yet even dream of.
et the trolule of it is that not nIny
of us will likely "live into the year
Here we are in the bt.e'Tinning of the
new year. Let us dtermilne to help
each other and work together for the
up-building of our towni and coiln.
Let us (leternilne we shall Mhave son$'
now enterprise that, will bring In cir
culation sonie of the idle money tbat, is
hereltbouts. The cotton mill and oil
mill have done much for the businessof
tie town and if we had Iuore such en.
telpriises it would Still be be,t er.
It, is rumIiorel that. Aieutienant-Gov
flior l eSweeley will bv a ndila .
t') succeed (overnor GCih-rhi-. Govvl
notr McSweeney hits iot, expuessed aly
intention of bting a andidate, but,
should he (nt110r the race ie will be a
winner, as there Is nlo Ialn in publie
life more de,er'vilng than lie for public
Gov. McSweeley Is very p)o)lllatr ad
has niany friends in the State w)ho will
gi ee h imi hearty sipport for aliost itiy
thing to whichI he may aspire. (Oe
reason for. his popullatrity is his loyalt
to his friends. Then lie is deservitng
A liemetl)y for log Cholera.
A hog cholera andl(] swine pligue is
raring in the eouitry, and I will ask l
you to imblish the following reiedy,
takenl from Parmers I3tilleti No. 2-1,
by D. 0. Salron, 1). V. M., Chief of
Bureau Animiiial ldust,ry:
W ood charcoal........................... I
Sulphur.,. ... .......
Sodhim chloride..... ..........2
Sodium bicarbonate................ 2
.Sdh:m hyposulphiito.................. 2
Sodium sulphate........................ I
A ntimony sulphbl ie (black anti
"T'1hese ingred Ientsi should be comi- I
plletel y pulIverized and thoroughly
mixed The (lose (If this mixt,ure is a i
large tablesp)oonful for eachi 250) pounds
wehht, (It hogs to he trenttedl, and it r
shouild be gIven only once a daty. Wheni I
hogs are alf'ect.ed wit.h these dliseases, I
they shioulId not, be fed ou cor'n alg~ne, r
but, they should have at least, on1ce a
(lay soft feed, made by mixIng bran and I
mfiltigs, 0or iddllinigs and( c'ornt medal
or gi'ounid 01at.5 andi .ornI, an rd t.hieni stirr-" (
ing Iito this the propei' quanitity (If t.he n~
meILdicine. Hogs are fond of this mlx- A
ture. It, Increcases their appeti te, and1( I
wuhien they (1nce taste (If food1 wit L ni
wvh ich it h as bieen mixed tbey w ill eat, 11
it, though no(th Ing else will tem'pt r'
them. Animals that are very sIck and a
that, wIll not come to the feedl shouldl a
up with water. G1reaL care should lie .1
exercisedl In drenchinug hogs, or they a
will he suffocated. D)o not turn the hog I
en its back to drench It, but 1)ul1 the I
cheek a(way' from the teeth so as to 2
formi a p)ouch, into which the medieine h
may be slowly poured. It wIll flow from e
the cheek inito the niouth and when the g
hog finds out, what it, Is it will stop) L
squoahng and swallow." 0
"'This mined Icino Is also a prievetive ii
and should be put, in the feed of the
whole herd. Care shotld be taken to G
see that each hog gets its share. In a
eases where it has been given a fair T1
trial it, has apparently eui'ed most of el
the animals whieh were sick and has g
stoppled1 tho priogre(ss of the dhisease in lI
the herd. It also applear's.t.o be anl ex-n
collent, appetizer' and stimulant of the LI
process (If odigestion and assimulat,lon, el
andl whien given to t,he unthrift,y hogs al
it increases5C the appletite, causes them jc
to take on flesh, and assume a thrifty
Bulletin No. 24 will he sent free to t(
any per'son who will sond( to the Scre- o
tary of Agricult,ure, Washington, D). C. t.l
Or If any one will let mre know by plostal w
card, I ill have one sent him,.b
WV. GA. PETER:mSON. a
Newbei'ry Obsei'ver, Voice of the tl
People and( Pr'osperity News, please p1
Longshore, S. C'., D)ec. 21, 18S08. p)i
P'rogrammne for ToweI.ra' ASnOCIatIOn, .JaA, ki
7. 18919. I
A rlthmetio- W. H. Wallace.
Geog.-aphy and1 History Taught, To- gh~
gethor-RI. M. Monts.
PestLoziPf. GA. B. Cromner. w
Meeting 11 o'clock to. t
- R A. Abrama. Snerey j dr
A FAM3LY 11UNION.
The.9ditor Opendsa Plesant Time at Uq=e
With the Old Folks and all the
Young Folks Too.
We have made it a rule of our life.to
visit the old folks at home as often as
it were poasiblc. We expect to keep
it up as long as they live and remain
at the old homcstead. It ts true the
present home was not the home of our
childhood and we spent very few yeare
with them there and apart from the
fas,t that, they live there, there is little
of interest. to us. 'The old home in
Newberry County has many more pleas
ant associations to us than the one in
Greonwood County, for it was there
that our childhood and youth were
spent and around the old hills and val
leys cluster many 1leasant memories.
We love at, times to dwell on theso and
the old school house at St. Panl's and
the hickory nut, trees that, used to stand
in the church yard grove and the sweet
gui tree down at the spring and the
boys and girls that were with us in the
school in those days-all these things
we say como back to its with pleasant
1ut, baek in the seventies we moved
to Edgelield County, now Greenwood,
tind that is now home because father
tand mo1',her live there. We spent two
years at the school house that stands
near by titnd soon after that went off to
college tuid since then we have ctly
made visits there. It is true some
friendships and school associations
were formlled thetn which are pleastant
to teeall but they appetir somihow dif
ft-rent to those formed at the old home
in th is coity.
IL, has beeti twenty-one years since
we left the parental roof to enter col
lege. It is trite it, seems but yesterday
anil we can scarce realize that so many
years hive Comlie itid gone sinlce then.
We still fecl very much like a school
boy and in t sense we are, for we are
teady and willing to learn. We have
betent t-ouig 1t mill sinee those days
ItIld have )eenl tossed agaistit tihe rough
edvges of the world, but, still we tire but
It school boy.
We feel like writing something of
this reunini, even though it were a re
twionl of ouitr own family, and as the
amnily once lived in this county ald
IIas mnti111y friends tan1id relations among
tur readers we hope no oine wil coisid
m what We stiy improper or out of plae
in the editor.
Ili may re-qpects the family has been
reatly blessed and fo- these bles4ings
ive tre humbly tind truly gratefiul.
Jacob Luther Aill is the youngest
;on of the Rtev. ilertan Aull, and was
torn it December, 1835. Of a large
Iamiily lie has one half brother, Mr.
Wim. Werts of Mountville, and one
all sister, Mis. Ii C. Hunter, of New
>ert-y, still living. In Alty, 1856, he
vas married to Aliss Julia Ann Halti
vainger, of ICdgellehd County. Of t,is
111ionl fiVe semns antd two daughters were
or'n. lie lived at the old homestead
if his fatther in this county until 1873
lien he moved to Edgeflield, now
Ireenwood County,.where lie now re
ides. Of the seven cildren otto son,
acob Osborne, diled in in fanicy in 1860,
godl one year-. The pthers have all
rown t.o manohood and-womianhood and
.ro still living. Tihoy are Elbert H.
tull, the editor of this paper, who
mari-ted Alice KCinard ini IPbruary,
881; llowvena, who mnarr-ied1 Rev. W. WV.
)tanie-l, of the Miethodist.ehurceh,'and is
ow livinig in Anmderson; Nathan E
tul I, who is principal of the Prospoer
y.~ Graded School; ICva, whlo married
Itr. Arthur Timmiteirmant, of Edgelld
'ounity; WVilliaim IBowmnan Aull, whio is
ow ini the Theologica) Semninary at,
it,. I 'letnsant, S. C~ , preparing for the
,ut,beran ministry, anid L~uther Bach'-t
tan Aulil, who is at present, in the of
co of The Hecrald1 and( News, and is
DadIing medicine. We have a ptardot
bie prideo in the fat, that tall the boys
re graduat.es of Newber-ry College.
if the grandchildren, one his deatc
ulti, ouri oldost, (d1ed ait sevent. T1he
theis ar'e Joltni Kinard Aull, IClber-t,
[ermuant Aitil, Jtames Luther Aull,
lice A\uil aind Humbehirt Mayer- Auli.
nid IIcleran Aull Dan iel, WllIo Dan
,i, tand Wailter Wright, D)antel, in atll
Ighit, grandchildren, six boys atnd two
irIs. You see we have been greatly
lessed. ini neairly' fort,y-t.hree years
torec have beent only3 two deat,hs int the
timedilate faumily3 andl for this btlessinug
e r-eturn-m mnost grtateful thanks to the
iver of all good. A ndl, too, the father
uid ttot,heir tire where t,bey statLed.
htoy two st.arted life toget,ber and theo
bildron that, came htave grownt up and
two1 o'it andi left thtetm and1 t,hoy are
ft to themtselves again to endl the jou
ey together-. Such is li fe andl we trust
icy may have a happy and pleasat
tding toget.her anid that, they may be
)trod yet mnty years t,o pursue the
lBmt, we startedl out to speak of the r
'ib0,. Since we began to leave home
take up tbe jour-noy of life on our
vni accoiunt, wo have tiever- all met,
mre at the samte timie. But the past
cek'it, so happenued that we could all
>there together and we woent, ehbj
'on and granidchildreon, and( it made
pretty good company, but we were all
ctrc-nineteen of us, aind it was a
easant occasion. We may nlever all
rvo that privilege agaIn. It is not
obaiblo that we will.
Mother killed the turkey and the pig
d baked the cakes atnd gave us saur- I
auit and pudinig anid sausage and we
'l plenty of good t,hings to eat and
felt like a boy again, anid she was J
id to see us and sorry wvhetn we had
leave. Like all good mothers, she!
'uld ho glad for us to comoc every dtay ~
:I stay all nigh t. Uunt we have duties e,
peOrform and parts to play in life's o
ima and wn can't say . m as li ti
tended that we should grow out of child
hood into manhood and go off, set up
our own vine and fig tree and so we
had to bid them good-bye, but we shall
return again and It won't be long. We
have been doing it for the last twenty
years and shall contliua as long as the
old folks stay there. In fact to ne they
do not seem like old folks and we do
not believe they ever will.
But the occasion of this reunion was
not simply a reunion. Our only single
sister,.Eva, was married to Mr. Arthur
Timmerman, of Edgefield County, on
the 29th, the ceremony being performed
by the Rev. W. W. Daniel. It was a
quiet home wedding, only the members
of the family being present. His par
ents are both dead. We know very lit
tle of him but he seems to be a nice
follow and we hope and believe he will
make 'aor happy and give her a good
homo. He comes of a good family, be.
ing a neplhew of State Treasurer Tim
Altogether it**was a pleasant occas
ion a id we hope we may all live tohave
another munion in the near future.
The readers will pardon us for what
may seem a personal narrative but we
felt that many of them would be inter
ested in it. We do not often speak of
ourselves and we trust you will not
think this once inappropriate.
We have four boys, as you see from
the above, and it is our hope and ambi
tion to graduate them from Newberry
College. Two of them are now stu
We wish we could instil more love
for the old homestead in all our boys
and all the boys and girls who may read
this. It is needed in this age. There
is need of more sentiment.
M rs. Michael Curtain, Pi .11u.fleid, Ill..
inakt-8 the statenment. thatt she caught
eold, which seltled on hier lungs; she
wam treated for a ionth by her family
physician, but g ow worse. He told
her she wms a hopeless vielim of con.
suniption an1d Ilati nledicine could
emne her. Hier druggist suggested Dr.
King's New Discovery for Con
sumption; she bought a bottle and
to her delight found herself benetfied
from the first (lose. She con.
tinued its use aid after taking Six int
tIes. fund her -elf sound and well; now
does her owi housework, and is as well
ag she ever was. Free trial bottIles of
thil Oreat i*covery at Pelhian's &
Rolbertson &Oilder'sDrug Store. Large
bottles 5) cents and 81.00.
A happy New Year to The Herald
and News typos and readers.
Our school opens again this morning
after enjoying the holida3 o.
The weather during Christmas was
most delightful and all seemed to en
joy the occasion.
Prof. J. S. Wheeler lost agood horse
on Saturday night with something like
Mr. Berley Cromer and family, of
Colony section, moved in this conmmun
ity last week.
. Mr. and Mrs. Long, of Garmany see
tion, paid us a pleasant visit during the
We had a good attendance at the sor
vice Sunday.af ternoon..
Mr. J1. W. Kinard, of Columbia,
spent a few days with his mother's tam
113y here during the holidays.
Mr. J. H. Kibler and daughter, Mrs.
Thos. Epps, visited Mr. J. D. Stone's
family during the holidays.
Some few entertainments were en
joyed by the young folks in this section
during the holidays.
Mi rs. CJrosson and son, MIr.. Horace,
of Leesville, visited in t,his section last
M r. John Mett zo and1 wife visited rol
atives necar Slighs last, week.
MI r. G. S. Long has been on a visit to
Mr. A. M. Counts' family.
Miss Eunice Halfac ,tfNwbry
v,ste inths ad .Paul's communi
tics (during the 11ae
Miss M%arie 'omninlek( Is speOnding a
~v t,h Mr. J. A. Rikard's famn-.
ily, of Long Lane sect,ion.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. HI. Miller, of Slighs,
visited relatives in t,his section (luring
Messrs. Charlie and James Count,s,
of near l'omnarla, have been v'siting
Mr. J. C. Singley's family hero. -.
A good many of our people1 are off to
Mrs. A. P. Doailnick has been con
(10ned to her room for several days
quite sick with the grip.
Trho year 1898 is izone and all our
shortcomings are numlbered wvith the
past to face us at a future (lay
Miss Susie Summer and Julia Pals- I
Iey, two of New berry's charming young
ladies, spent the Christmas holidays
with relat,ives andl friendls in this comn- t
Miss Minnie Livingston, of N'owher
ry, visited her mother's family, in this
section, during the holidays.
tobb,ed he Grave
A e'aiirtling lnoident, of w hich M!r.
John Oliver of Ph'iiadelphia, was the
i hjecot, is niarrated b,y him as follows:
"'I was ini a most) drefuli condi(itioni.
Mdy ski in wvas almoiust yellowv,o.ies sunken,
~ongue coatetd, paIin cont inuailly ini
nsek and sides't, no' alppe'tit.-gradusily
trowimng weaker daiy by day. Three
>hysiolans had given me up. Fortu- -
intel.v. a inend advised trying Elec- w
rio Hitters; and to my great Joy and
urprrise, the fi rst lbtthe miade a dc'ided
mpjroivemient.. I conttinuedl their use
or thren weeks, and 51m nOW a well s
nan,11 I kn w they salved miy life, snd ti
obb)ed the gray., of another victim.'' in
in) one shouldh fail to try them. Only
(1 cra per bot tle at Pelham's & Robert
on & Gild(er's I)ruc Store. W
If you wish a useful Christmas pros- in
nt for father or mother, sister or bro-R
her, son or daughter, call at, Jamie
ns and buy a pair of Pine Shoes, SuitI
f lnt.hes, lat. n,. Cravat a nd prem.t
- 1899 -
THE NEW YEAR of
I desire to thank all of my friend*
for the patronage they heve so kindly
bestowed upon me for the year 1898,
and to ask them to give me more of
their business for the New Year 1899.
I feel confident that no merchant in
this State has furnished his customers
the same class of goods at as
small a profit as I have and I could
not have done so had I not used my
store in Nowberry as a distributing
point for the large Wholesale House
in Philaoelphia I represent in South
Carolina. And the further fact, that
I sell seclusively for Cash. My com
petitors are fast realizing that they
will be forceI to adopt the Cash
System in order to be able to meet
my prices. I hope to iocrease my
business ten thousand dollar, in 1399,
and this means that I propose tc do
more than over, to get the Cash
trade. Always keep in mind, that it
does not make any difference what
prices are made to you, that
"Jones Sells for Less!"
For the next two weeks I will sell
ill Colored Wool Fall and Winter
Dress Goods, Ladies' ( apes, and
fackets, Men's Woman's and Child.
iren's Rubber Overshoes. Mens'
ind Wojnen's McIntosh Coats, Men's
Pants, Meus' Women's and Children's
Woolen Underwear at our low Cash
:)rices-less, 25 per cent. discount
ind everything in the store at close
>n to wholesale pricoe in order to re
luce stock and make room for New
3prmng Goods, come and see me
The Peoples Storo,
New 1pri y, S. C., Dec. 27, 1898.
r HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Commercial
3ank of Newberry, S. C., will be held
t the Banir on Wednesday, January
1, 1899, at 12 o'clock, m.
Z. 1. WRIGHT,
This 28th Dec., 1898. Cashier.
iolice of fial Settfflemot and Dischar,
' OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Lthat I will make a final settle
nent on the estate of Sara'h E. C. Wal
aice a minor, in the Probate Court for
gIewberrry County, S. C., on Tuesday
he 24th day of January A. D. 1899, and
dill humnediately thereafter apply for
GEORGE L. NFEL
Guardian for said minor.
December 23d, 1898.
loilco or Filial Scttielmcat alid Discharge.
pOT10;E 18' fEREBY G[VEN
L that I will make a final set
nent on the estate of 1) Scot.t eo
leceased, In the Prob'at ourt for
<ewb'erry County, ,'., on Thrursday
943640%. a mry, A. D. 1899, at
i 'clock in the forenoion, and wIll
ha-reafter apply for l etteta d ismissery
s admInistrator of salId estate.
P. (G. E L ESO R,
Dee .mi'er 3d, 1898.
[OWN TAX NOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that en and after January 10th,
899, execut,ions will be issued aaainst
elinquent tax >ayer.s for town t,axes.
By ordoer of'L own Couneil.
C A. HowMAN,
0. & T T. C. N.
December 22, 1898.
loic or fineal Settlemeont and Discharge.
OTICE I-4 HEREBY GIVEN
Lthat we will make a settlementon
he estate of Mrs. Sallie Werts, de
eased, in the Probate Court for New
eirry County, S. C , on Monday the
th January, A. D. 18991, at 11 o'clock
ri the forenoon, and wIll immediately
hereafter ap)ply for letters dlism issory
s Executor of said estate.
All persons holding claims against
bo sai d estate will present, t.he same
uly attested, and those indebted to
rio saidl estate will make payment on
e before that (late.
JACOB L. WERTP,
DAVID B. W ERTM,
Decc. 13th, 1898. Exe cgore.
"RED H. DOMINICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WEWBERRY, S. C.
lRee on Law Range over 0. McR
Holmes' Cotton OffBee,
Inter Tourlte Ra.tes, via south..rn Rail
The Southern Railway placed on
le November 1st round trip tourist
ekets to all important winter resorts.
Georgia and Florida, Also to Nag.
n and Q4uban points. These tickets
il be ern sale until -'April 30th, final
nit, returning May 31st. For further I
formation apply to any Southern t
iliway agent, or
J. B. H EYWARtD,
Traveling Passenger Agent, (
Auna, a . o
In Beginnig 1899
Make- good resolutions
and keep them.
-To 1)0 the best you can.
Get the best you can.
Buy the best you can.
The best that you can do,
in order to get the best,
is to buy the best in 1899
at the Mower Co.'s.
Beginniqg, not in 1899,
But long years ago, we
- have kept the best goods
for the many who have
placed their custom in
We shall continue in the
New Year now dawning
upon us to be always
prepared to serve our cus
tomers well in our line of
Dress Goods, Notions,
Millinery, Shoes, etc.,
all of. the best quality,
and at the lowest possible
The Mower Company
With grtteful thanks for
past favors from the gen.
er.oi public And wishing
all a prosperous New
G. & G. S MOWER GO
CANNON & MAYESI
ARE AGENTS FOR THE
Mansion House Steam !aundry,
OF GREENVILLE, S. C.,
NEWBERRY, a C.
will be th- . .inite whiteness of.
Christmas bnow that. we will lay upon
your shirt, bosom,' collars -and cuffs.
Those who know a good thing when
they see It will appreciate the faultless
work that we put on their linen in
color and perfect finish. Sample it.
GENTSwanted in every town
IIGENTin S. C., apply to
.A. A. GATES, Pr'oprietor.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
MAGISTRA TE SUMMONS.
Samuel ..' Wooten, l'leintiff, vs. Fan.
nie Duffle, Defendant.
By 8. 8. Cun ningham, Esq., Magistrate
in and for said County of the said
C OMPLAINT HAVING BEEN
made unto me by Hamueil J.
Wooten that Fanr,de B Duffle is in
debted to him in the sum of nine and
20-100 dollars for goods and merchan
dIse sold1 and delivered to De-fendant.
That (demandl for payment haus been
made and refused though long hpast due.
TVhese are, therefore, to reqiuire you to
summon the said Defendant to appear
be fore e, In .my offiee in New berry,
H. C, oil the 28l (lay of January, A D).
1899. at 10 o'cok a. m. to aunswer to
said complaint, copies of? which are on
file in my offie, or judgment will be
given against you by defaul t.
Given under my hand anid seal at
Newlberry, 8. C., the 20th day of No
vember, A D) 1898
8.O. UN N INGHUAM, [( s 1
Bt.atement $9 20. Maghet rate N. o
To Mrs. F'annie B Jiuffle, non-resl.
rint, Defendant: Plet.e tak0 notice
that a copy of the summuoncs and com
plaint in this acetion is duly flied ie the
>ffice of Magistrate 8. 8. Cunrninghamt
it Newberry C. H., H (I., on the 26th
lay of November, 1898. and is now in
.he records of said e'tiIce,
J. B. Walton has opened a Hiar
mess Shop on Main Street, next door
o 0, Kiettner's. Will make neir
arness8 and repair old. Twenty..five
ears experience. Priaes reaonable'
ive himi your orders. Satisfaction
iNext Door to Herald
4ALL KINDS OF MARBL1
11EADSTONES, IRON Rj
Metallic, Rosewood and
Service in this line Pro
DAY OR b
Next Door to Herald
NEWBERRY, - -
The Best I
FOR THE LEA
Come and examine tP
Great bargains in Men's (
$10.00, worth much me
Mackintosh Overcoats f<
cost you $3.00. Better
Men's," Boys' and Childr
that everyone can affon
We'have something in Bl
wonderful for the prices
Well, as to Carpets, they
bea. fin the world.
VQ'Remem ber, we sell you
Come and see
To call in and ex
of goods. I have a
selected stock ol
grade Chamber Si
and Oak. A full 1
and cheap Furnit
very close for casl
R. C. W
Dispensary and 4
Quality and Prices
Fine Whiskeys, #
All Grades Cheaper than at
Save Money and Get the B,
Send i Youi
Par ticular A ttention P;
a1nd !Ws Office.)
Cla Covered. Burial
mpt attended to
al News Office,
er and you will be
)v=coats, at $3.50 to
)r 1.50 that usually
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