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flucklet's Arnica Salve.
'IThel be!st Salve in tle world for Cuts
1rmisos, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
IKver 8'>P,. Tetter, Challped Hands
Ohilb)14ns, Corns, and all Skin Erul)
ti m1, anid positively cures PIles, or no)
py re(ured. It is guaranteed to givo
p arfecrt 'aIsfantion or mnonei rofunded.
P3riew 25 enr per box. For sale b*y
I Rbertmn & Oilder and W. E. Pelhai.
The Commercial Bank
Having added a
Savings - Department,
will ;,ay interost on all deposits, at
rate of four por cent. por annum,
inder regulations of said Depart
mot. JNO. M. KINAR?D, Pros.
Z. P. %V1t1o01T, Cashier.
To Doliver an Addrrap.
Dr. I'eter Robertson has been invited
to deliver the address before the Asso
elation of Alumni of tihe Medical Col
lege of the State of South Carolina at
the annual banquet in Charleston in
A pril. He is the, first graduate in
pharmacy who has ever been Invited to
make th is address. ie will accept and
will g ve the Alumni something inter
esting, ilnstr'uctive and entertaining.
Tite Het. Msteico For Rt,eum1atipm.
"I think I wold go crav.y with pain
were it, not for chamberlains's Pain
lai." writes Mr. W. 1H. Stapleton.
lerminie, i'a. "1 haiyc been adilieted
wit,h Oheminaitisi for sevoral years
and have tried reiedies without,11 n
nvr biut. L'ain Balin is the best medicine
I have --ot hold of." One applicat.ion
relieves the pain. For sale by W. I'.
Gomd N, &W for Ex.Sold et s.
We havo been shown a letter by Mr.
T. G. \\ illiamls fronm Congressman Lat
im(er which states that according to his
recollect ion a recent, Act of Congress
entitles all volunteers in the recent, war
with Spain, and ilwho have been IM
tered out., too ie month's extra pay. This
will be good news for the boy.i of the
1st Soutli Carolina legiment, but tle
next thing they would like to know is
how to proceed to get the money.
A Ulever Trick.
.1t 'ertainly looks like it, but. there I.
really no trick about It. Anybody cai
try it who has L-mie Back and Weak
Kilieys. M aharia t nervoitis troibles.
We imean lie can eure himselr rit
awiv by taking Electric Bitters. This
medilliie iotit,s tilp the whole system,
acts is a stimulant to the Liver and
Kidf%*\, is a ulood purifler aid nerve
tnlic. It eurew Comstipation, Headlache,
F.titing Sell, Sleeplessness and Mel
aneioly. It Is purely vegetAble, a mild
luxAlive, id rn%lst(res the systemi to Ii
n,',tural vig4r. Try Eletric Bitters iad
be convinced that they are a miraele
worker Every I-attle guaranteed.
Ojily 5oe. a ho tie at Robertsun & Gil
der's and Pelhan's Drug Store.
A Newberry itny P'rom,otetl.
Mir. Robert P. Fa'nir who has been the
agent for' the Standard Oil Company at
Laurtens, S. C., has been p)roimoted iandl
accept.ed the position of Traveling
Salesmen for the company and has en
tered uplonl t he discharge of his dut,ies
as such His territory embraces New
berry atnd tuppetr Sout.h Carol inat.
Mr. Fair is the eldest son of Post
master' Pair, aind Is 'a popular antd tde
ser'vinrg young gentlemran. Is many
friends int Newbetrry are prouMd to.hear
of htis promnotiant and wish himt continued
.A satt iDeath.
Dean t h t, all timries and tuder all cir'
enmast,ant'es is sad, bitt the one an1
nouncited in the notice elsewhere in this
paper is unusually3 so -thatI of NI r.
A dam Nutlinrg, soin of Mir. Julihus .1. Ep
tig, wh io (lit d in Cu~tba on t.he 19t.h in
strnt of typhoid fever,) far away fronm
home and lov.ed ones. He wais a memi
ber' of Comtpany 1L , 2nd S. C. Regi iienit,
now stationed near [Havana, Cuba. HIe
(lied ont the 1 9th inistant after arn ill ness
of abouit a wveek, and htis remains were
buried there ont tire 20th. In reply to
ia telegram to Senator Tilhnatrn, Mrs.
pting, t.he yoiing mant's mother, has
received the following:
Washinrgton, D). C., FebA. 20, 1899.
liis. .1ulrIns Ji. l'Pting:
H ave seen Quatrtermnastei' Genei'al
atnd lhe hais piomnised to Order son's
body sent honme.
Unit,ed States Senate.
Thie HIerarld and Newvs extendis its
sympjath y to the bereaved parents.
The He'rald and1 Newvs pirmiu itR ock
11 ill Hutoi.y is itow on exhibition at
1'l w. IR. 11lipp's stor'e. Call and see
It and you will, see a beauty. Some
srubac'ibeir to this Paper Is goinig to get
th is buggy and all It, will cost, Im will
be a yeari's suibscipItion to The t Herald
andI News. When y'ou call to see the
buggy aisk to see thto harnetss-the sc
(tndi p)relmim-atnd the pumprikins, at,
wIch you are guessing the number' of
seed tbey contatin. Read the olfer' of
preiumis in ainot,ber' column.
Ca.D LTdIEI REN11DIE8
at z0ro pices at
Every Lthing kept in first-class drug
oros htatdled at lowest figures, b)y
topeteit (1riuggists, at
elham 's= Drugstore.
VARIM)UN AND AL AtMUT.
Don't forgot to pay your taxes before
Maj. L. W. C. 3lalock, of Goldville,
is In the.city.
Magistrate Chappell has appointed
Mr.'C. B. Tidwell ats his constable.
Mr. J. W. White is having the in
toeor of his store greatly improved.
Dr. and Mrs. J. 13. Fox left yester
day for thleir new h1om1e in Staunt.on, Va.
L C. Speers, Esq., of the G re nwool
blr, is spending this week in New
P,verybordy in town is going to hear
Rev. Sam Jones lecture when he
Fifty dollars was realized for charit
iLble purposes by the Washington Tea
Mr. T. M. Wells, who has been at,
Pelzer for several months, is at his
home in Nowberry.
The Legislature did one good thing
-stopped the use of the l'a1lietto tree
on dispensary bottles.
The time for returning property for
taxation has expired and the Auditor
is now attaching the penalty.
Mr. J.. 14. Norment, traveling agent
for the News & Courier, spent several
Jays in the city this week.
President Geo. H. Cromer will con
duct lay services In the Lutheran
3hurch next Sunday morning.
Mr. I. J. Wynn, who has been in the
lower part of the State looking to his
farming interests, has returned to New
An exehanlge says Nort,- Carolint
Iohevo growers sivre zail to matkce
from $50 to $1331 per acre. That beats
Those who thought, there was at small
L-rowd ill town oight to have seen 'the
wrowd ill town yesterdty just after th1e
)r. W. A. Young wants to sell you
your.i medicines which he will tell you
thout, in the near fuLutue in The Herald
I'ostimlaster Fair has hiad the parti
Lion in the postolliee movedl 1l) up1makinig
the olllce more roomy and giving them
Newberry's delegation to the Leg
islat,ure all arrived home on Wednes
Jay, havitir completed their labors at
The contract to fill the excavat,ion
where the new depot is to be built by
the Southern Hailroad has been let to
M r. Joh n I. W icker.
The Commercial Batik has added a
savings department and will pay inter
est .n deposits hereafter at the rate of
4 per cent.. per annuim.
A. C. Jones pays more than the
frolght in his coming sacriflice sale.
See in his ad. what. he Intends to do.
le is always a leader.
Hood's Sarsaparilla never disappoint,s.
I may be taken for impure and im
poverisied blood with perfect confi
dence that it will cure.
Dr. 0. 13. Mayer left for L4aurens
yesterdaty and will ret,urn this after
noon. Alder eman Earhardt is Mayor'
pro0 temt in hiis absence.
'"The Newherry" was floating to t,he
b reez.es a U1. S. flag on Wedne~sdlay.
The only patriotism visible on Wash
ington's hit thday in Newberry.
M iss Swittenburg, of Newberry, who
has been -oni a visit to Mliss Mary Mlit
ler, of Little MiountIai n, retulrned hiome
-~ Sper'v isor' H-ill is havn g built ai
large and convon ient stable forin t he
count,y mu tles on the lower' edgo of thei
jail lot leading to "t,he hottoms."
Mrs. H. .1. Wyvnn will leave iln a fewi
(days for Neow York andi( othier northiern
markets to select her' 1prin stockt o
D)ry Goods, Notions and Ni ill inery.
T1he city couheiil held at called meet.
lng W\ednlesdlay afternoon. No busi
ness of Iint erest, to the publie was trans
acted. Thel ne4.xt regtulatr meeting wvil
be 1he1( Onl next. 'VTesdaly nig ht.
Mtr. I lenj. dal faero wais recomiimend ed
by the delegat,ion andl is thte sceond stib
cornmmissioner- fo" Newheorry Countny
So the I loar'd wIll stand as follows
W. A. H ill, S. S. Cunininghamn ant
Exercises were held att the Honudar'
Street. School on Wednesday cotimmem
orative (If Watshingt.on's birthday
Soveratl visi trs were ptresent and en
joyedi the exercises anid commnend1 hot]
teacher's atnd pup1Ils.
It, is said that the last fr'eez,e tnot (onl
killed out the b)1lue irds, but, t,hinnet
out, the doves and1( partridges atlso. Th<t
LegIslature ought to have plassedi a lavi
to prloteet, thie hirds(l, for wit,h sutel
freezes and then being killed out, wi
will soon hatve nione left.
Quite atn excitetmetnt was catused yes
terdaty afte.'noon by a runawaty htors
with Ia 01ne-horse wagon load of wvood:
on the public square. Little damautu
wItS donte, exept to blreai t a1)poke ou
of the wagon wheel and the batrnes
was somnewhat, tangled tup.
I tev. WV. Fj. Seabrook, of Wi nehiet
ter', Va., has been chosen to preae
,,hie baccalaLureatte sermiton at the nex
comimenA1ment of Newherry Collegi
anud liev. J. A. B. Scherer, of CharI
ton, S. C.. will deliver the annual t
dIress before the st.ndents on Stunda
night of commencemnent week.
Therec is no( longer' any doublt abot
it, Samn Jones, the celebrated evang<
list and lecturer wvill appear here ui
der the auspices of the l'xcelsior Fl
Company in the neatr futture. TI
date has not. yet b)een fixed, but it, wi
be atnnou need with in the unext fe
days. Th'le opera house should1
A GRAND SUCCE4.
Tho VIst Eiter'aluvet or the Itntacelor
ittI40--,N8on01 of trt,ty t 1tienta
t1ful 111vottim 1treprv*s-DMing the
One of the most beautifil entertain
.ients ever given in Newherry wits the
W1ashingo1toi. Tea tparty given Wednes
dJay evei at armory by the ilache
I I- Laids.
The hal wia lovely with its pitriotic
taur., aind stripes anIId iv.N-t-willed winl
(OWb Coiliekit) IanISaong the decora
tions were the well known n%ords:
"'irs t iII wir., Ir-St, in peace, anmd fir-st
in the hearts of his Cou1ln.Vlt3II,"ma 11tde
of evui- eens on whit, cam ats tch
ed just over the door. A beaautiful
siglit was ilhe milityling of tihe- Iotfud
uIate Li g wit' the "Sta' Spantgled
i:tu111!r" (if the Union. The booths
were piettive: que anld originatl and a
rngedIl in lei- as they wLvr settled,
V1ir1ginia (Mi ts Delle Land) being firzt.
It wits covered with1 Virginia, creper.,
anld on each post was suspended Iuge
bunches of tobacco leaves. A fringe
of Cigais and )Ipes around the edge of
the top made a quaiit finish, but th
old time darkies, Atunt Dinah and Abe,
sitting on the roof completed "in 10
New York camne next and was a beau
tiful siow-clipped booth. The four
posts were covered with snowy branches
of cedtar spiinkled witl it. mond dust,
which made a most beautiful as well as
nat.ural scone. Au original idea was
the gold bugs, which attrat.ed much
attention. New York was pr-esided
over, by M iss ltiel Boozer.
Third in line eamle MtssachusetAs,
(Miss Lizzic Dominick). "The M ty
State" wats quite appi-opiately deco
iat.ed in seae-blue color aind gray moss.
The umbrella top was sprinkled with
sIew and ice and covered with a U. S.
New Hamnpshire ( Miss IBessie Gild
er). This booth wias greatly admirel
by all present. It was gracefully cur
taied 'i wiith ivy and crowned with a
pyramiidall top of trailing vines.
Connecticut (M iss Nina Garlise) was
lovely in green and white. Lace CIII
tains with sprays of Ivy heing solely
used for decoratiois. The (omeic
shaped top was also covered with ivy
which hung in long tel(rils over the
Maryland (MI iss Rachel MeMiasterm)
wits benut.ifil in orange and white Her
1leor was alternately stripeWd in the
same colors. This booth was enclosed
with gracefully (rap1Ie(d curtains of rib
bon loaters of the same iues.
Rhode Island, (Miss Lalla i Martin)
the sialilest State in the Ulnion. was
by no means the least ii beauty. On
the cotner* of the top to the right was
pliced the anchor of Hopo, made of
gold, which Wits originally suggestive
or th is State. Snow sprinkled brianches
were ised for decorai lous.
Delaiiware, ('Miss Cora Dominick) the
fruit, Stitte, was lovely in pink and
green. Curtains of ivy conecaled the
foui postS anIld It fiilge of aipple Itld
peacthes added greal ly to the effect of
Nort,h Carolina (Miss Mlamie Ren
wick) was patriot.ic in recd, whit,e and
blue1. A huge flag of the UnihOn surm
-imounttedl the top of the booth and1( ever'
gr'eens and( p)ine tolps maiide a perfect
New Jlersey (MIiss l'inmna Wiilson).
T'hi s bIot,h wast decorated in black andit
oirange, the 'ri ncetoni coilois and prte
T1hiis Sitte was entiirely oif pure whiite,
t he pot le: 'tit draer of' (Ikuiey cottt.
T1heO lijllars of cottOn blolt, ittate it love
ly eifeet,. IL lige bune biles of r'ice weire tiedi
at, the batse of the fouri plillars. 'rTe
nainie (If the Stat,e was also olf cott,On.
I 'ennsylvania (Mi ises .tioriat Martin
anid G oido~n \\ e s) wast the candyl
hooth. It, was gracefully3 drapi Ied ini
r-ed and white, the i QOiakeri colors, andI
in t,he ceter iwias suispend(ed OhLI Liber'
ty Bell matidet of wii'ito 1oses. Suiggi s
t,ive dlecorat ions were- h bunches of gruain,
and1( a moost, oiinaiil idea was the wagon
of coal on tihe Iront,. of the top. Th'Iiis
was the popu hue place of the evening.
Geor'giat was in charge oif MI isses lPan
ny3 NI ay I arw it and 1(11 Ielen Jones. Th le
four post,s were' wrappIedl ini red atndl
blactk, the unmiver'sity color's. '1Tie idlea
oif "Gecorgia pi ne," 'wnI ich is so reniow ned
was carried ouIt most ehfectiv~ely.
T1he centLetr of attrt,i' onI(i was the
"colonuiatl arch'' willh the Liberty Hbell
Isuispendedt( from t,he cenlter. lInder
t,hese nmble like columinns G eneral tad
Mrs. Washington recceive'd their num
erous guests. Th'le lat,t.er, MI rs. Wv. 11.
Huni tt, was beaut,ifuilly gowned in biro
endIer velve't, with pinik silk am nirs
and11( court train. She mtadle it lovely
as well as an Ideal Lady Washuington.
andit dIigileitd liguire wais iimagilicent, in
and( tiouisers of colonial si,yle
Generals ILafayette (NIr. C. li.
Wearttin ), Ma irioin (Mrt. J no. NI. IKi nard ),
aind Greene (MI in. Wi. II. IIlunt) werec
h)andsomnely attired in thie salme fashion
anud miade d ist,ingu ished guests.
T1he great and orly3 Uncile Samt was
well r'epi'esented by Mr'. l'd I (n's, who;
-(catedl much I i merrimnent, and amiuse
menit, wvherever Ie 0was seen.
TIhe manl111 y litt,le page ( NIlast,er James))Q
Sini th) was hiamdsomei ini a IPaun t,leroy
S Miss bueiy McCaughinit (Nellie Cus
ti s) wits beaut-i ful in a costil nn of liatle
bIue br'oeade and lace I lin, and miost
charmningly atssist,Ld Gn., and NI is.
Wash inugton iniCI ntert,ii ing t,heir
hemiswetre all gowned in old -
t faithioned drless with I owdered lhair'
anid all looked lovely. L ac k of ti me
and space forbids piart,ieulariizig fur
l- The Geo. Wash ington) of the time
y priov'ed to he Drn. W. E. l'elhitm, who
was pr'escrted it gildied htatcthet, by MIr.
M. A. Carlislc in it mos tl)ppropiaite
.MIss Ohii Wilson had charge of the
voting. The contest pr'ovedI to be a
close and hot, one.
'e TJhe eveninis' closed with an Old
e Ifasi oned "ciake-walk," u'inder NIisi
IINeville Il'ope's (dirmetion. A harge nmi
h er' took parlt andi it was ai pre!'tt sight
,E socialIly andjt Iinlancial ly, anti the IHaich
i nim.Mta ,b,-,.'ve iuntl edit.
coUt I' tItCEEINOM.
TIe GlanI Jury Ie-parts ml Other tIlls
114multetd of 'il a' e t u stial.
neV411 ywt tBeforoe 110
In TuesdaV's issi of The Herald and
News the report, of court, proceedings
wits 11p to t.be closo of the .court Llon
day evening, so we take ilp the pro
eedinlgs in this report beginnting lit
the openling of thle couratesth.,y mlort
\Vhile Some111 few eases have been dis
posed of, matters seem to be moving
along raIther slowly, an11d it looks nlow
its if the court will not, comuplete the
work before it this week, or certainly
if It does, it will he in sesiol until Sat
Tle Solicitlor sinco Monity hats hiaid
d out the (ollosving bills to the graniid
State vs. W ill ough.s-assault, aind
battervy wi: in t,eit to kill.
State vs Geo. Thrift. -rape.
State vs. 1'. irooks leederi and l1ag
gie Clark- -habittiatl fornication.
Thlle gn1111i jtry has alPo returned the
State vs. Lolis Joh v"so11-dispenlsing
Wit lropelrCitier liii-true bill.
State vs (;id. ldwards and Juttlius
Wood-lar -eny from the person-trule
Statto vs. Thomis Pitts--hotsebteak
ing and laceny--true bill.
State vs. Will Doug 11, -;--atssattlt aind
bat,tery wit h intent to kill anld carrying
conceatled %. eapons-triue bill.
State VS. (;eorge Mill1, S. 1'. l ills
ItId IM. 'ull-riot atnd assault and hat
Lery of a h h and atggrtavated nature
Static vs. Jake Suber-airson---true
State vs. Iloseti Cotints--lareeny
State vs. iehart'd Owen-rape---no
Statte vs. Geo. 'W. Thrift-rape-no
Stite vs. Dorat 11,ayes-latreeny all
rceeivinr stolen goods trle bill.
statte vs. I lut ler II at-mon---house
breakg and ureeny -true bill.
Statie vs. ltihen A ustin and Andi-eW
Aulstiln-atr-son -- triue bill.
State vs. Ge(o. I,tIngford---burglary
anld !arheny--- rie lill.
Statte vs. '. I hrooks leeder atId MAIg
gie.Cla1rk- -fOrnienltion-trtic bill.
The following cases hiave been nol
prossed by the Solicitor:
Statte vs. Ned Whetler and Ilenry
Whetice--obtaining goods under false
Statte vs. Ned Whetler atnd Henry
Whetler-disposing of propert.y under
Statte vs. .1. J. Hipp and Quinter Ilipp
--assaukilt and battery with intent, to
kill aind catIrying concetled weapolis.
In t.he case of the Statte vs. Do1k Ituff
alias lRichard I Iu-asatitultand batt.cry
with intent to kill-onl motion of Solie
itor' Seaise, the presiding Judge isstued
L,he follow ing or'der: It appelIarIs to
tihe coiu rt, th at tbu said( D)ok I tu If ailias
I lichatrd liiulfl is un tder' recogniizatnce to
aLppeari as di fendantt in the atbove st,ated
catse, and fails to) answer whien catlled,
on mlotioni of TV. S. Seaise, Sol icitor', it,
is or'deredl thiat. a benich warrant be
forthwith i.y sued' at:d extetuted to comn
pel the alt'. -mlance oif t'ae saidl D)ock
Itull adias I Uchaird llulf
State vs. T'h mlas l'i ts .hlotusebireak -
ing anld larceniy -plead gt.illy.
Static vs. i il I'Md wales and2 .1elius
Wood-hlattee ny fr'om ti,he per~on--.ia
set, for li'rid r. morn1 i lag.
State vs. WA ill I)l1ugltais--assaut tnd1(
battery withI intenit to kill. A henchl
warrTanlt wat i.slIed to com112pcielie iat
tenldanlce of lenssie Gilliamll, a naLer'il
wiitneCss ini te ('ase.
State vs. Geno. M ills, S P'. M ills andl
Ild P attlI- -ar' on . Inl thIiis calse t.he Jutd ge
issued the( followinV g olderI: ''"It appear-'
inlg t,hat J1ak(e l'n low is a matterial wit
nocs.< in behalf of the dI eee herei n,
no0w uponhf motlion oif JohntoneiIt& Welcha,
att.ornecys for thie d efend anrts, it, is or
decredl thait a he neh watlrranit do forth
w itl' issue fort t.he airrest. andi appr)teheni
sion (If the sai d J1ake kt Isr!', t.O be (( deat
wit,h acecordling t.o Iaw."
State vs I ho.ler' Harmtlion--houtse
hreak ing itandIa hreeny--lead( guilt,y'.
State vs. Geo(N. I antug for'd-burlglary
anrd lar een y. On mot,ion of JIohn tstone(
& Welch, beniclh warrantIs were issued
to com11pel the at.t.endance of J1oh n Ihuz-.
zard( andlI WVill CalIk, mnatter'ial wi tnesses
in the caseC.
A bench watrriant, was also issuied tI
comttpeI the attendance of Anrlew Auts
tin, the tgrand jury havinlg fotund a
true bill1 aigai inst him n l the charge (l
State vs. P . I rooks I leedr and11( M aig
grIc Clartk -forni catioti. Iec war.l %'tl
rats were iastued to cromepel tbe tatt,end.
ae oiC(f the par1 ttie's chiariged in thiis in
dlitmen t, thIae grand1( jury3 I hatvinig foun r(
a tt'te bill. ,
State vs. Geor'ge Mills, S. I'. Mill
andr Ild. P aull assatult and11 hattery of
high aind atggr1avatted n ature. unilt,
Geor'ge MI,'ll s, $25 or th Irtyday o nt (1 th
counlty liaint gantg; S. P'. MIIlls and 1N
IPautl, $15 or s0 marny datys on the count
chint g,atrg (eachI.
Statc vs. )or'a Hayit~s-lairecn and'111 ro
ceiving stolen goods guilty of the firte
St ate vs. Lou is Joh11nsoni - di spenIsi n
of pr'opertyvi uider l-iend. A ft-er h earlit
ar'gum tent, pro and( conl tile Solicitor an
Cotini'el fotr the ( State atsk ed for' a -ve
ingl.v dtt"e. d the juryc ti lied a verdi<
oIf not21 gaul , which the jurcy did.
The case of thle Sttle vs. .1. .,J. Hi1
andl Qu)tinter Ilpon--assuault, andl hattoe
of at Iigh land aiggravated nature. It.
was proven by aItavit that NI vs. H ipp
wit. sick a(nd unable to attend cort.
and it Was decided to vall the vase
aIgalinle Mv r ipp1% Pntd as We go to press
this trial is inl progress.
8'13101(\'VIOR HILL, GIV'Ml.N U iN'T'1l, N l-: ',X
CMI'RT TO REPdlORT.
IS 1 1onor', tt .Judge, isued tile
!t appearing to t.hit satisfitt.t.i tmof ti
Cour-t, t.hitt V. A. liill has ju.t. recenti.,
assu ned the dut ics of thi ollico of
Couity Super-vistr, and that sinlce Ihe
has assull.ed tbu duties of bis ofilee al
Iost his whole Lhie has beeln retquired
in looking after tie Iublic roads,
bridges, poor. holsoe aild othur work
away front the (Court Hlouse. antld It, fur
ther apiarintg tihat it is iipozsSible for.
him to itake a report of tleit alfiirs of
the county for 1898, wit hliout, a con fer
enee wit,h thit ('lerk of I he formner lomtu d
of County Coiiml issioners, wIjiel vonl
fIn'ilCe Ouh to he ha l ilid t.his
terl of C'ourt, it. is tierefore tr l red
t,hat t.lhe timue for iaking said report,
be and t.e stne is hereby vxtene' ito
the ilrst lay of the next term of it'
Coui rt of Geiieral Svssions for N ewherry
County. Gil.:owG.; W.( A;
Februatry 22nd, 18119.
UI'N UHl- DElCNSION.
Welnesday i the Sessions ('ourt
.(lge 1age ma(le at dctislon whichi it
traceted vonlsidviratble interest. Hoe de
v!dvd Olhat ai dof, ennn11ot het at subje-ot, of
lar'eny, the ease heling: The Sttate vs.
Geor.ge I ang ford- hla it ry a and liar
eeny. .1idge (.'atge sustainled tihe luo
tiot Iy (. delliirrer to the loditt.inelit as
follows on both counts of the latter:
Ist,. l;trglary of a dJo4g1house aIppilrt
oialt, to he dwe'liing, with intent to
steal the goods an11d ebattels of a pterson
2nd. ('ompound hiteeny, or the steal
ing of a dog in the inight. time, wol.h
tenl dollars from it dolglokuse; and em
lraed inl this list is petit lareeny.
I hold, first, thitt lureelly Cuanot ie
committed or a dog: tinit tle intent to
liteal goolds at)(d hAllt.tels (char1ged Inll frst,
coilnt iecessiIly imlplies the stealing
of a dlog, bLkeauso from ai dtoglouse: adt]
,hiat the oflelise of hurglary is theve
fore i.ot, chrged. I hold fuirther it, is
not compolilud 1irCeny t,o steal from a
I hold, lastly, talit no petit larceny
of at dog can he) committ-ed: hut if so the
milagistt'tU has coniint' -reniD jt'isd iet l01
atid the tase is triable by that ollieei
and oug it, not to be tried h eire.
GIA ND .UlY'S PtHESMN'TM P.NT.
To the Hion. G. W. Gage, l'residing
Tile girand jury begs leave to sulbilit
the following presentiment:
W'u have cairefully considered and
acted upon ll hills of lndictmeiit, band
ed us by1 the Solicitor.
We have exa.nined the jail and fiind
it itnd the preilises In fairly good con
dition except the roof which was re
ported to us its having several leaks in
it. We wouild recoiiend that, it he
1put, in goiod con)lditlion. WVe lind that
the jail has electriie Ilights and1( water
wtoirks. Th'bis is a gireat impr~iov'ement,
We lind c the Couit Ilouse alIso in facirely
WXe Iindi thit teinunt.y hiomei ori pr
house ini good condititjion andcc te ini
miates well cared for' anil the geniierai
iminagemient, catisfactoiry. We Iindit a
goii suil oPYtf piovislins on hami,h
madiie on the county farm, consiistting of
corn'h, f(idduer andtc baiconi wti th sri licent
numbiienr of hogs tci furnIishi hiitioi for
WXe hit]l the publilic roads ina hail n
dit ion, anud recomiiniendc t.hait thecy iiw
piti. ini good ciiidiitn its sooin as panit,i-t
cabl)1e. We I ll thle road br'idIgies in t. ii
c'.'onty (i]iliitIl0'h in hadcondtion iandwould
ie tdiffereint cociuit.y ciflicirs. bitt haive
ti,bree guiembiers oft t.he graiti jury, to (Ix
a ninle sidc ollees anid rp iort to gritndi
jury at, t,be iex t t rin cif coiirt., this he
ing donige at the suiggist.ion of *yttm
IIno (liEf'apon t,he assuimiiption that, t,b
said cOtii itIe would lie 1)111d thle tisua
prdir in alld inulieage for' t.ble serivi cr
\Vt' r'ecommendigii t,hatt u cii lerk it
e1 Nc. I, l 'i''s, I"ol'e!iiiat.
ii lat Motrt, filessettccg to (Ovo.
Du)arinrg the recent, sevi eecol wieath
er' it wats to be0 'iected that t,bir
wouldIc be miore or less suilfering amon; ii)
the poori g pe'opl . NIitaycr NI ayer in i
striutet,ed thec polhice to miak e spceciail ii
(qtiry andc Ic) lind out If any one wia
really3 ini ineed. IIe itls at skedi l th in
ist.ors t,o rec'pcirt to hiinii any ihatt ti<r gh
comfe tunderi their c)bserivatt,ic)i. Up ti
WNed nesd]ay~ t,here was nic eatse cdisciov
eredi, but, t.hen t,here wer e cases t,hno
were In nceed of wcood. Theiise wc'r
prgompijtly relieved by a stad Ifun,
pl1dacedI in the hiandls cif Dr. NIayer' .h)
M Nessirs. WV. A. le:dmnrds (a st.range
w ho happienied to be hceret), it. I). SmIth
I". '1. WVilIsona, Z. I' . Wrighbt,, . io. N
ciinrd, i2. WV. l"loyd, C. ,1. I urgeel
Il'hJdw. lt. liipp, J1. N. Martitin, .J . (
Myeris iacd () I Maycer, The mocnri
wats wisely iand judiciously ex peade,
.It s peaks~ well foir the people of t.h
tconinit,y thait t,hire was no eats<
witnt, do itrniL' the an iieceedented weat.h
whIiich we recen tly't IuTe.red , hat thel
should it] witys be on hand a f und esp
d elally' for' helping those who r'eally net
'it" C"" r' * Cdii in, dine' it:i
Take Van I ,rir'c ('cldi (I npii '
CGripp)e. (<:oighs anicld cd'obl: 12 Idose.
il cent,s at, all IdIruggists. G uaranteed
'3 eie 'money geftir~. tin.
Thiero will be at 'nveting of the.iames
D). Nance (%mp, No. 33 6, on .\arch 60h
(saltldtky ) in court, houtse t t 11 lk. mll.
The preselie of every linb111her of the
cltmp is dlesirei. Thle aIinual thi-s of
U-) conts is nlow Alklo. I L-ns. vomnt pru
pared to piy k. C. P. BNki i,
Roulse (fhe tor pid liver, atd enre
billutusness, sick hienaitlale, jaunllice,
nausea, hI11geI tion, vte. They are til
V1luable to prevent at coi or break up at
fever. Mi ld(, gent le, certain, tity are wort by
youir votience. Putrel.v vvgtabile,te
enn he taketi by chilidrei or <eliente woileIl.
Vrice, 2.at all ivnetic itlealers or by imall
of ('. 1. ilk A- (I., iwull, \Mass.
50 PER CENT
Yes, that is what
many lines of go
All wool Dress Goods w
Now going at
Same worth 65c.. now
Same worth 75c., now
Same worth 85c., now
Same worth $1.00 now
goods at half price.
On Capes and Jackets'
more than half off.
Many other goods too r
goods at I
The latil CA s eltC111 fil W11114-1t1i v 3411. fil
The liommit'lee of the omeoGrw
on"' Association of Newbi-l-ry ('ount %
halts selectetil daule arran1gennt'
for the landl nI which11 to n14tke the ex
lierimet-1 of tohnecovcultilr'othis ea
T1he (object ini view iln selectinlg t.he
<l wa'- 1.0 fr 1,11t 1 h Un i t t WaLS luitable
for tobacco VIult-ure luld to -Iet. it at-- licar
O.he cily ats possibile, So thatl ever-yho41.\
Who WisheVS 4,nl Visit Lit. h ilfarm atild
wiateh the plocess of ult.ivat ioll. Thet
site SVlIOeCeL is 1weVty nce of 1\1. (1 .
Wells' lantd oppos)Oite l'o'4s11 biki yartPI.
lat tenl d .hie (crop, 1a131 bas5 aad 1 one toI( l
work'l prIeparting t.he he<ls. S'verli (it i
zensIu.IeI. prpai to*4 pln for th' r
14'le inleimnib('nt, (Il tIlhie a 1)oIEion
3[1n ns teven Awii
(t nchtil g ai3ryn to1 thIp.
NI. \V n'i ful'$,)I Il. 'I h. eIpr i i
11tunlion,11 Co43 - anti. II 'oh11 , (41 In Ive
3.311 111k 11a NjV illi t i tii h it fIt. a IL <i -
the 11*u is'Imaofkow.1. umc
J'oi t iv4 (.ure d jtesr' P l' N. -NIIII
4)asfesl Atin a,I lIectslooe
nf -Ni NN a l l ia w 511 of4)' tiw11 ThfnI,~
'Ie ai On sofg the otl-desttr anb
best! o Guhars o lb nd \\
(m ret IGisth ie Nr.avadst.
ba nd, oti f rt al r e rI.
M.\Ew fR. $H,00.p. \etfwi
P LANT LIFE, to be vig
orous and healthy, must
Phosphoric Acid and Nitrogen.
These essential elements are
to plants, what bread, meat and
water are to man.
Crops flourish on soils well
supplied with Potash.
Our pamphlets tell how to buy and apply
fertilizers, and are free to all.
GURMAN KALI WORKS,
02 Nassau St.. New York.
we are offering
- - - 25c.
Roing at - 32Ac.
going at - 373c.
going at - 42.c.
going at - 50.c
f and all heavy woolen
ve will give you a little
iumerous to mention.
give you good
70,1Um0 TE1\T.,a 'm0 m
...-ENVOY AND rLEETWINC MODEU..
1899 PRICE $40
The '99 model far sur
passes any bicycle ever
Better than ever !
STYLE and FINISH
BETTER than EVER!
IPrice: $40 to $75.
J. R.FAIR, Agt.
I Newborry, S. C
ROC H tUG C. oa Hi ', A .
A Edw. I. R . ipp Agnt
- Newborry, - S. 0.
nBuist's Prize Modal
7. lOc_papers for c.
Peas and Beans in
d bulk, and Red and
e White Onion Sets, for
a sale cheap at
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