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Ights of Pythias,
wberry Lodge No. 75.
ATEID COINVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
th 'Tuesdtay nights of each month
0. Visiting Kni ghts cordially
med. THIOS. E. EP'TING,
K. of R. and S.
twoll Hotel 1uillding.
NEWIIE RY rAIKEr.
rrected every Tuesday and Friday
..... ............................ 6J@ 7c.
ders ......................... 7c.
Lard .............. .......... 7108Ac.
NMolsses, new crop...... 60c.
.......... ....................... 6Oc.
.............. . . ................ 75c.
t Bran.......-----........... $1.10.
ate t Flour.................. $4.75.
est F!oar.................... $4.25.
t Flour........................ $4.00.
O..dinary Flour...........3.O0q. 50.
r ................................ 5 G(Oc.
................................... 61 cc8 c.
o................................. 1 a515c.
n seed meal, per sack... 1.15.
Hulle, per cwt.............. 30c.
r, per lb ..................... 15@ 20c.
per do-n ................. 12-1o.
kons, eoch................. 124@200.
per bashel.................. 75c.
per bishol................. 550.
per bosh'ol........... 35@40c.
t potatoen .................... 40(a)50c.
eye, per tb .................. 6(a 8c.
er, per cwt ................. 60((a)5c.
Thirkield, Health Inspector of
go, says, "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
t be recommended too highly. I!,
me of severe dyspepsia." It
is what you eat and cures indi
n, heartburn and all forms of
psia. Robertson & Gilder.
buy or rent Typewriting Machine.
ess 0., care Herald and News.
Will Likely Bo a Candidate.
Owing that Mr. C. F. Boyd will not
andidate, for the ollice he now
County Treasurer, the many
o of Rev. W. W. McMorris are
g him to make the race in the
rimary for that office and it is
that Mr. McMorris will consent
n, at least his friends authorize
-make this statement.
Travis, Agent Southern R. R.,
a, Ga., writes, "I can not say too
in praise of One Minute Cough
In my case it worked like a
." The only harmless remedy
gives immediate results. Cures
s, colds, croup, bronchitis, and
roat and lung troubles. Robert
Money to Loan.
town and county real estate.
Mower & Bynum,
ease add to your list:
.Rightmire, Res. 130
L4. W. FLOYD.
A Bright Young Girl,
tIle Miss Lillie Mann, eldest
hIer of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mann,
as city, has been awarded a beauti
gotten up diploma and a handsome
eas a prize, offered by one of the
ication se-mieties of the Presby
an church, for memorizing the
ter catechism of that church at
Bunds,y-school. She answered every
lion, not missing a single word.
is a bright and intelligent child.
I. Bevry, Loganton, Pa., writes,
em willing to take my oath that, I
cured of p)neumonia entirely by the
of One Minute Cough Cure after
pre failed. It also cured my chil
tof whooping cough." Quickly re
e and cures coughs, colds, eroup,
pand throat and lung troubles.
drena all like it. Mothers endorae
bertson & Gilder.
ou need colu'mns, baiusters or any
d work, get our prices before buy
We will save you money. Satis
n guaranteed. STUA RT Buns.
H. LRSLIi, Manager. t&f I,.
terns are sold strictly for 'cash;
ro not exchangeable.
S. J. Wooten.
A Shooting Scrape.
urday night a shooting serape oe
d among some negroes on the out
of the city, in an old barn on the
rd place, supposed to have been
suit of a game of cards, however,
egroes say they were attending a
.Spencer Lewis fired three
at Albert Kinard, but missed
rd and hit Richard Love, who was
by. The ball ente:-ed the right
der of Lave, but tihe wound is not
m indebted to One Minute Cough
y health~ and life. II cured me of
trouble following gripp." Thous
owe their lives to tihe prompt
of this never..failing remedy. It
coughs, colds, croup, bronchit1s,
onia, gripp and throat and lung
les. Its early use prevents con
lion.' It is the only harmless
y that gives immediate results,
l8on and Gilder.
VAnIOUS ANI) ALt. Ahour.
Mr. J. S. Russell left on Saturday
Miss Sallie 1.yles, of Maybintoto, is
visiting in the city.
Capt. J. N. King, the bridge builder,
was in the city yesterday.
Miss Nevillo Pope loft yesterday to
spend a while in Columbia.
See notice of subscription books to
capital stock of Setzler Co.
Mr. Mittle is having the front of his
store on inaill street painted.
Mrs. II. Mittle left on Saturday for
Bennettsville to spend a few days.
The number of students now attend
ing Newberry Collego has reached 170.
Mr. N. Y. Dennis has moved from
Prosperity to the Buford place near
Jas. A. Mimnaugh quotes prices that
will prove interesting to prospectivo
Lee's birthday passed unobserved In
Newberry as far as we have been able
Miss Carrie Jones camo home last
week from Winthrop College and spent
a few days.
A cold wave struck us Saturday
afternoon, but we haye beautiful
Policeman Franklin made a raid on a
crowd of negro gamblers last night. The
Mayor will attend to them this morn
See notice of the opening of the
books of subscription to the capital
stock of the Schumpert I-ardware
Miss Annio Moore, who has be n
visiting relat'ves In Helena for several
weeks, returned to her home in Colum
The Newberry Warehouse Company
has filed notice with the Secretary of
State of the increase of its capital stock
from $6,000 to $15,000.
Ion. Ceo. S. Mower spont Sunda%
and a part of Monday .b home. He
returned to his duties in ' olumbla yes
terday on the down train.
The public watering -' ce for stoc'
on the public squa e has -on moved to
a more convenient location :And will be
rehdy for service in a few days.
The b. st is always saved for the las:.
-so Gorton's Minstrels will appear
here in February, the last of the sea
son. From newspapc,r notices it is the
best on the road.
Jim Gilliam, colored, was convicted
of stealing a - of shoes from Mim
naugh's store one day last week and
sent to the chain gang for twenty day
by the mayor.
STATIF OF Omo, CITY O ToL,no, 8
FKANIC J. UIIENEY m akes oath that he I the
seNiol part.ner of1 he f(rAn of F. J. CIIKFRY &
Co., loing business In the City of Toledo.
County and State aforesaid, and that. said
tin will pay the sum of ONE IIUNDRED
DOLLA Rs for each and every ease of Catarrh
t!tAl cannot be cured by the use of HALL's
FRANK J. CIIENEY.
Sworn to before Imc and subscribed In my
presence, this 13th day of December, A. D.1886.
A. W. ULEASON,
I[all's (Iatarrh Cure is takena internally and
acts directly on the blood and~ mucous sur
faces of the system. Send for tst,1montis,
free. F1 .J. CHi ENEY & CO., 'oledo, 0.,
Sold1 by Drnggista, 250,
Hail's Famifys Pillis are the best.
*ED. L. Copeland
is in the West buying
stodk. He will return
by February 1 st with a
nice lot of Horses and
The following verse has been handed
us. It was written by a member of
Battery B, 6t,h United States Aentillery,
now in the Philippines, while sick in
.Our country's pride--its starry flag,
Which saw a nations birth,
Saluted now by every power
And honored all o'er the earth.
Its beaumty we all proclaim
And love its colors radiant yet;
'Long may we live and prosper
'Neath the stars that never set.
Life Insurance Paid.
Mr. Joe Cabell Davis State Manager'
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association
of New Yoric, Greenville, S. C.:
Dear Sir: Please accept my thanks
.for the satisfactory settlement of the
policy held by my father, "James N.
Martin" in the Mutual Reserve.
FOSTER N. MARTIN, Adm'r.
The Mutual Reserve is in its nine
teenth year, and has paid in the past
eighteen years over forty mnillion del
lars to the widows and orphanh of its
deceased policy holders. It has over
2'70rmillion of insur'ane in force, over
$1,600,000 actual surplus above every
llability actual or contin~c't $3.33 as
sette to every $1.03 lial'"ty. Issues
every up to date <Policy contract con
taining guaranteed cash loan, extended
and paid,up values. Eivery poliey con
tains the celebrated total disability
clause wh ich pays the policy holder one
half of his policy while he lives. All
-contracts d ividend-boaring. Good, live
energetic agents can secure liberal con
tracts by writing
JOE CABELiL DAVIS, Manager,
Greenville, S. 0.
BIC LOT Or
Solid 1l4Kt. Gold Watches
-: IN ALL. BIZES AT :
- A..NIEs ce Oo.'s
New Supply of Gold
and Silver H-earts just
DANIELS & CO
'1'11 NE%'i:w F1tOM 1'ILOSYEiKITY.
1'ithy Pointe fro, a Pretty I'It ee, wirlc .
pou will l'orcol e tire 1'ropatred to
I'lemo it P'cutliar P'eoplo.
A sad accident occurred a few miles
below here, nc:: - Little Mountain, Sat
urday morning, 20th instant. Davo
Cannon and Bartow Wheeler, two boys
of about fifteen years of age, were out f
rabbit hunting. Ha iug ''jumniped" a
rabbit, Cannon began running, stump
ed his foot and fell. As he did so his
gun went off and the entirc load enter
ed the back of Bartow's head, killing c
him almost instantly.
The deceased young lad was the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Wheeler, who 8
are well and favorably known to almost c
every one in this section.
The accident was such a shock to r
Mrs. Wheeler that physical aid was 11
necessary, and Dr. Wheoler, of the t
firm of Hunter & Wheeler, Prosperity, a
was hastily summoned. iIe reports
Mrs. Wheeler as doing nicely at this d
Maj. W. R. Elmore, of the upper
part of the county, has been spending b
several days h ;ro with his two daugh- a
ters, Mrs. John J. Mayer and Mrs. E. tt
B. Kibler. The Major has many warm t
friends here, and all of them are glad
to see his happy face again. a
The Prosperity Graded School now a
has an enrollment of 133 pupils. Every- 01
body is delighted with the progress be
ing made by Prof. Sherod and his comi- y'
petent assistants, 'vnd the public pulse I'
beats for a large, substantial and com- h
modious up-to-date school building. 0
We hope to have It cro many summers'
Some one not friendly to the "qu::li
ty" of the canine and feline species put 0
out the old-time "rat-separate" a few ie
nights ago, and as a result about a a<
dozen dogs and probably as many eats a
"hit the grit." Some good dogs fell in
the slaughter, as the Poll Parot did b
among the crows. Moral: If you have
a good dog, keel) him at home.
Dr. Corbett's spirited horse ran away
with him a few days ago, and he was I.
thrown from his buggy and sustained S
painfully severe, though not serious, J
injuries. Tne Doctor has ful' recov- r
ered, and is out and about again as
Rev. A. G. Kirkpati ick, pastor of our
A. R. P. Church, whose health has
been quite poor for months past, is cer
tninly improving, and hopes a"o enter- t
tained by his family and friends that of
his improvement will continue until he
Is restored to his former vigor and use- al
Mr. J. I. Wheeler of our town has
leased the Winnsboro Hotel at Fair- P
Cield's county-seat, and will run It this
year. Mr. Wheeler and his interesting
rairily will leave ,his week for Winus- s
boro. Good luck to Hotel Wheeler at S
Winnsb '. May its guests never go t
hungry o.- "dry," and its bank account
increase as the days pass by. B
The numerous petty burglaries and b<
robberies in Prosperity are indicative
>f the oft-repeated suggestion that we
aeed a nigh' watchman, and one who
will keel) awake and do his duty. Let
is have a good one, and remember that
'the laborer is wort,hy of his hIre." q
Pastor lian ton of the Baptist church
was toe sick last Ur."bath to fill his pul
pit. He is much in proved now and a
will soon, it Is hoped, be quite well
Rev. A. H. GriffitIr, of the Theologi- ai
aal Seminary at Due WVest, filled the
pulpit of the A. RI. P. Church here yes-r
herday a. mn. and p. in., preaching a
highly edifying sermon on each occa
Pa3tor Ariall filled his regular aip
poln,meitf at the Methodist Church ai
bere yesterdlay afternoon. The sor- b(
vices were well attended and interest- fo
ong in the extreme.
The pulpit of Grace Lutheran Church
was filled yesterday a. mn. by Rev. Mr.
B3edenbaugh, who Is serving the con
ntegation until the arrival of their new
pastor. Yesterday's services wore
sleasing and elevating.
One of the happiest occurrences in
this section of r'ecent date was the mar
riage of Mr. Alotte E.- Dawkins and
naiss Lily Nichols, daughter of Mr.
sampson Nichols, which took place at
3t. Luke's parsonage Sunday, January
?,ist, Rev Gee. Bearden rforming the
meremony. May the lives of the happy
3ouple be long and useful. :.nd their hi
pathway strewn with roses.
Jan. 22, 1900,
"Seeing is. believig." You can see
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for
>thers, and must believe it will do the
iame for you. 1t
August Flowver, gI
"It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
EIouton, "that in my travels in all parts in
f the world, for the last ten years, I
ave met more p)eoplo that i'ave used
3reen's AiigUse F.ewer than any other n~
'emedy, for dyspepsIa, de-angs d liver fo
and stomach, and for co-'stipalon. I cc
mnd for tourists and sa1esmen. or for th
ersons filling office positions, where
bieadaches and generail bad feelIngs cC
'rom irregular habits exist, that .
3'een's August, Flower is a grand tu
remedy. It does noa in juire the system a
y frequent use, and is excellent for
sour stomachs and indigestion." Sample yl
bottles f'eo at W. E. Pelham's. lY
Sold by dealers in all civilized coun- hi
tries. t1yr fe
Thme Col'e liae Bali Asscciation. fur
The Baseball Association met a few a
eveninIgs ago and elec'ed the followving tC
auicers for this season: til
President-D. J. S. Derrick. ai
Manager and Treasurer-Prof. E. B. n'
Betriler. ' ti
Secretary-G. F~. Claussen,.i
Curator-W. WV. Rhoden,.b
Ex. Com--The Manager ex-offieo, :ci
rind Messrs. J. E. Brimn, C. C. Olney and al
B. P. Johnson.~
Active steps were taken to raise funds
for the fittinig up of the Athletic Field.
Iormo Thief Capturcel.
Soimething like two weeks ago M
las. R. D)avidFonl had his maro alon
viti his saddle and bridlo stolen foi
is stable at his planltation iL few mikc
nut from town; a few days after ti
dr. RuIf Werts, of No. r, had a valmt
dle horse stolen from him, and a nigl
j two afte" that a mule was stole
rom Mr. Jcin 11. Wicker.
Chief Hunter ;uponed correspond"enc
vit,h the police authorities of Colui
oia, and located the Werts horse I
hat city. Chieflitunter wont toColumbi
nl Thursday and with the assistance c
ho Columbia police, arrested iL negr
y the name of Milton Grillin, who ha
old the horse to a stock dealer in tha
ity. It was then found out that th
ame negro had sold the Davidsoi
are to the same man a few day
rovious, and that the mare had beci
raded off. Mr. Davidson got on trael
nd soon found his mare.
Mr. Wicker tracked his mule in tih
irection of Columbia and on Saturda,
Rund his mule there tied in the woods
The negro told the dealer in Colum
ia that his father had quit farmint
ud had five head of horses and mulci
> sell and that he would bring them it
The negro has confessed to stealint
l three, the two horses and the muc
nd will likely as a result spend ia tern
several years in the penitentiary.
Grillin had been working for severa
jars on the plantation of Mr. Wim
angford, but for the past few month,
is been on the dodge, IL warrant beinf
it for his arrost for shooting his wife
That Throbbing IIeadach.
Would quickly leave you, If you usedI
r. King's New Life Pills. Thousandt
suflerers ha-. proved their maten
ss merit for Sick and Nervous Heal
;hes. They make pure blood nd
rong nerves and build up your health
asy to take. Try them. Only 2
mnts. Money hack if not cured. Slc
y all Druggists.
D L. Copeland
3 in the West buying
tock. He will return
y February 1 st with a
ice lot of Horses and
Another Telephone Exchange.
A joint stock company is being
n up in Newberry for the pul poso oi
)erating another telephone exchange,
pretty good list of subscribers have
ready been secured and a largc
nount of the stock necessary to oper
e it promised. A charter will be ap
ied for at an early date.
A Frightful Illunder.
Will often cause a horrible Burn
;ald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arnics
Lve, the best in the world, will kill
te p:in and promptly heal it. Curem
Id Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Rolls,
elons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions
est Pile cure on earth. Only 25 ots. v
>x. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
Notice to Township Pension Iloards.
The Township Pension Boards are re
tested to met in their several town
ips at the usual place of meeting oni
onday, the 29th day of January, 1900,
d examine~ the rolls of their respec
ye townships and pass on all new aip
ications. All new applicants must
pear before the board in person.
Trownship boards may drop from the
11 the name of any person, who in
dir judgment, is net entitled tea pen5
jn under the law. They may add to
li the names of new applicants. Those
ready on the r'oll need not file new
'plications, but must report to the
mards. The places of meeting are as
No. 1-At Newber'ry 0. H.
No. 2-At Bethel school house.
No. 3-A t Maybinton,
No. 4-At Cromer's store.
No. 5-A t Jalapa.
No. 6-At Longshores,
No. 7-At Williams'.
No. 8-A t Utopia.
No. 9-At Prosperity.
No. 10-At Jolly Street.
No. 11-At Wicker's -camp ground.
Old boards will act where new boards
1,vo not, been elected by the veterans.
M. A. Carlisle,
Ch'm County Examining Board..
Jan. 19, 1900.
A Card of Thanks.
"Bomoe days must be dark and
"Behind the clouds the sun is shin
Were it not for darkness we could
>t appreciate light, and were it no,
r' days of trial and helplessness we
uld not appreciate the kindly haid
at so gently and faithfully alwag s
mes to our aid.
Recently we have been vividly :
laded of this. During the last mon
r families have been sorely afilicted,
it in many ways we have been signal
blessed. A kind Heavenly Father
as spared all our lives for which we
ol humbly grateful. Akin to this our
lysiciaD has given us his most faith
1 attention. Our neighbors, too, did
noble part. They camne to our homes
nurse us when sick, and wl.h
oughtful ness helped gather our crops
id sowed our grain. Verily,' we have
sighl ors, an~d we do feel grateful te
eom for these tangible evidences ci
eir kindness. May God's richesi
essings rest with them here, and 8
own of life be their inheritance boe.
G. P'. GriflIn.
M. A. Griflin.
'J. H. Crosson.
C. L. P. Qrnsaan.
S- 01" T 11:
Newberry Telephone Exchang(
Having boon informed that thoi
is an effort being mado to establis
another tolo)hone system hero in iL
town of Nowborry, in opposition t
the present ono--also thero has boo
mad by tho promotor or promotor
1 a ro<quost to take out the preso
'Phone now being used and allot
them to put in one of their systom it
a lower rate than is now bc
charged, &c., I tako this opportunit.
to inform my prosont subscribers an
those who are anticipating using
'Phone that you need not hesitato
moment but what I will moot an
cJmpotition; also, I appreciate thi
kindly oxpression of those of my sub
scribers and friends who have com
to me on the subject, and hop0 that
may not orr in my course of pro
ceduro that will caus0 them to iuos
tion their confidenco.
I am also of tho opinion that it i
not any complaint of bad sorvic
ronderod-or poor instruments, o
that the town can support two sys
toms prolitably-but, the public gon
orally aro not aware of the root o
the evil which prompted the firs
promotors to endeavor to establish ai
opposition Exchange horo and I an
fearful that the ones who are becom
ing interested or havo mitresto<
themselves in the now venturo ar
now awaro of the origin of this op
position. And I am of the impros
sion that if they know the facts, the;
would not help an enterpriso an(
encourage such business method o
I rogre the occurrence from a busi
ness-standpoint, :iot from a solfish
motive, because I have boon identifie
with some of the prouiotors in estab
lishing and sustaining enterprises o
different kinds in the town and hav
always responded to tho best of m;
financial standing to aid in anything
that would add to the progress o
the town, or help any cause I could
I have my friends; they have theirs
I am fighting my battle with my owvu
money, and the originial promotor
are asking assistanoc, and I ask mn;
friends to stand near their pirceon
'Phones until I ring them up, and111
hope to have good1 news to toll theom
I trust that the parties who arn
asked to be associated wvill not info
from this that I am refering to them
but Bimply to inform them that I an
aware of the facts which first inspire<
the origin of this new ve.nture, an<
knowing them as I beliovo I do, I d(
not believe they ara auware of the
facts, and if they are, would not ai(
in such a venture.
L. W. FLOYD,
Proprietor of the Newborry Tolophon<
January 22, 1900.- t&f2t.
Remaining in the Postofieo at New
berry, S. C., for week endIng Jan. 22
B-P 13 Danks, N T Blanca, LizziAc 1'
Reraugh, Isabella Benenbaugh, Pre'sL
Donds, Woess Bonds, J N Brown, Jr'
Dr R D Brown, Mrs M C l3utter.
D)-Sallte Dewal t.
G-J W Gallmnan, Abram Glenn
WIllie Grimn, Lula Grimln, Lilla Gall
Hl-HI B IHendrix, Abe IHolly, J r
J-Elia Jeter, Joe Jones, Mary Jol
K-Caroline Kinard, Liza Kinard
J J Kibler, Mary Kumnor.
L-Jamecs Lamond, S 10 Long.
M-J A Masters, Geory Metts, Hlatti
R-I S Reid, W C Ren,vfck, A
Roberts, D A Ru IT.
S-M C Sennas, A E Stephens, Jizmmi
W-Mrs Rachel Wallace (3), Jo80
phine Wood ward.
PartIes calling for tihe above letter~
will please say that they were adver
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths an
Shingles. STUART limos.
IE. H. LE8LIE, Manager. V&ftf
Sine our last h-tt."r a 'oinntiint ity sti1
hnts bl'rom' at viectim to dikease. n
Mrs. I1 It. 1pps, Mr. and Ir"s. 1. K- with
K1 I)4' little dtuli ghter, Alice, and MIrs- loalds
J. 1'. Kinard havo all heen ctuite ill have
withI pneunonia. But amll glad to note a bet
e they are improving. A perfect epidemie WVe 11
of colds has Swept the country. re
)ur school at. Inion is perfectly tip- disgt
o top; It has never been better. Ihit we to he
I all know that a tip-to) teacher means State
nothlug but at tip-to school. We ex- legis
o ect sole day iin the near fut,ure for as a
o Union Academy to take the lead among from
the country schools of her county. to a 1
The past few wart days have re- Iette
H vived the grain crop, and it shows it. Iroli
hasn't, undergono anly serious in jurie:; bothlc
u11p to the present. not 1
A debating Society has been in pro 1)-tit
t. gross at Union Acadetmiy for th'; past, along
thr"e'e months, we meet twice at nu,t'ith law
and dliscuss pubhlic qulestions. If any pas
one ha1 a t uestion which he would pl t
like to liear discussed, iand it in to tLh peI' h1
undersigned and we will let you know p'1 mt1
when to come. do
)r. W. T. iekert, has doiie solne isu1ppI
good work amntong our sick. Th'le do'tor fund.
is 'ery attentive in his practice and eral a
has been quite successful, and if lie this 1
. continues to advanee he will soon wear will si
the "'crownl" amoting the country lotors. botto:
' Talk about, "a one ini rule," but if MIr.
[. Judge Iluchalian hasn't taken the rag lilngel
ol' the hush in this respect, wo iust four I
con fess that we fail to sC,, tigs in
their true light. At ia recent couit in ra nda
Spartanburg, while the jury was try- Jai
lug to agree upon ia verdict in the
Ieans' ease the judge calls thei
from the r'ooil and accnses t hem of
disregarding their oath, inability, mlis- Tie 8
carrialge of justice, atid 1i great, 1any
other hard things that retleet. upon the
v'racity and integrit-y of the citizen- 'he
ship of Spartanburg. We are not very and P
well ver.;ed in law business and the in the
duties of a jud;ge, hut we have alway: M larel
considered t.hat whenl a judge cx1lains I-mm
the law and tries to assist the jury in >re
getting at all the facts in the case, he
has done his ful duty until time to i
0he sentence, if there he any found m
guilty. But when one inan sets h i jirlg- til
ment 11) against twelve, ntid deliberate- C Oh
ly tells them that they did not have the ra
manhood to keep their own oath, it is pi"n
not only Casting reflections upon the litei.
men in question, but it refleets much The
discredit upon lhe jury comitm iss ion e's that t
of Spartanburg, as well as her citizen
shipt at large. nut if Judge Iluehatini stlis
is going to act, both as judge and jury
it will be a great rednetion in the Court,
expenses of this judicial district. Aut
We have looked forward for the ies- agett.
sage of tlovernor McSweeney for a Conl
siderable wiilo. It Is always a euriosit.y
amnong the people to know what ia new I rpoe
f governor is going to say in his hirst the 1s
miessage. " We have tried to read the takce y
3 tnessage with mu care, and it, is p1luit .et'
full of good tI,e ries from beginning to me
end: in fact., we have h eard a number mcuts
of citizens say that it wvas about the e 1
best mlessage they ever read. We only "' W
hope that those recommendat.ions, in " I '
many113 resp)cCts, will1 be mnade laws. "d
RCeemberi that this is campjaigni 0
yeai', and1( if you wlant to grow fat otn " St,
campaign food you muist, read The " l'i
Her iald and News. We setid itn ano(thier and ia
new suibscriber', who is cotnvinced of etl
this fact. tiote
Mlr. J. L. Sense has moved his sawv taixab
mill in the St. PhilIps sect,ion, and Is of 211
sawing upi some timbiler fotr NIlr. .Jaties '10
Rutif andu Br'o. Those upi tihe country of $2,
siLw mIlls ai'o not otnly a cotnvenience,
but they iiie becoming a per'fect, ne
cessity since the Pineywood's titmber isM
1'Tlk about hionme1( inst,ry and1( counl- II is I
try enter'prises--Ycs, wve farmers should haid
encourage everyt,hing (of thIs kind. We along
believe in building up3 t,owns tand cities, N
but we don't believe in the plan (If ever'yt,lo
time a sploko breaks in a1 maln's wVagonivii
or buggy, r'ut to town to get aniothert M*lIs
on 0 pu llt in). We shouldl patronIze aLnd Prosp
oneouriage home wot'k shops. We feel Pret'
priouid to say that, we have a woi'k shop sermtU(
oplenedl 113 ini our immeidiait, sectlin. Mr'.
A young Mir. ,J. 1. Quattlebaum, whIo is ne
a natur'al bot'i mechanic, wiVll do your Mr'
work to perfection, and at a reCasonaLble 0on a1
price. I e
Mrii. Edhitor', if you are' not too busy E've
tiakinig care of those StateO House5 boys, to wYt
wvill yeou aInswer the following quest,iony par'in
You at'e dowYn thei'e amlotng all those W1e
bIg books and also the chief execut,iva, farme
and we know that you are in a position four
Lt) atnswei' questIons correct,ly. T1ell u1s severn
If i.here is aniy ILw in r'egarid to personsf matte
meet,Ing In public hlghways as to wVhat FilLfl'
side of tho r'oad they should drIive. It,
seems to be tho opInIon of a great
ma~ny people that It, is a law when t,wo 'h
persons meet in tibe plublic hilghwvay, good I
regaLrd less of the cond(itIOn of the r'oad(, i
or whether ot' not the one who might now y
be wItbout a load has the advantiago of and
best tract, to push the other follow otf wvood1s
to the r'ight in the mud. ,
Mi'. J. A. F"oy, of Utopia, the gt'eat to ie
stove doctor, wvent thlrouigh this oection Me
thIs wVeek lookIng aifter the sick stoves. lor hi
Mr. F'oy spenft last nIght wIt,h us, and mule
wVill examnino a platlent in 0our cook- Mir.
room this mor'ning. PossIbly weO will him a
tell you later how he treated the case. Son
See here, you UJtopia LaLd, why Let tI
haven't you told us that you had suich grain
a basket full of fuin In youri sce .on. Mct
Look after youir business and give us a klns I
yarn or two oni lFoy. P'ino
- We gave specIal attentio,n to what there
Gov. MvcSwconcy had to say on roads. Mrm
H le truly siaid that ther'e Is no subject St. L
of greater Importance and that lwill H-. A
affect mnore people than that of good vie,
roads. Yes we nced roadst, and It -We
Iseems to us as a pack of folly to hear you b
Iany man who travels the public hIgh- pen f
ways kicking against any p)lan t,hat
would lead to bhte thn onition of va
pi t 1liv roads. Shame [at the idea
travaganc: when you thinkc of the
g of t ime, the saving in the wear
ear of stock and 'ehicles, to":ether
the satisfaction of hauling bigger
with so much more ease. To
hotter roads we will have to have
er road system and more money.
ecil a special road fulnd. While a
manlty of our people think It a
ace to use the dispensary profits
1lp educate the children of our
, would it not be good plan to
ate the prolits of the dispensary
special road fund. The profits
the d ispensary can not be applied
utter purposO than to holy build
roads. Give each county its rva
s. If I"airlield don't, care to be
red w ith lispensary, she should
iave any right to Newberry's
s. We will advance another idea
this line, there has been a dog
ong in the Legislature for the
few years, wouldn't it be a good
o levy a special tax of ot:o dollar
ad on each dog, and fix a heavy
ty upon every Iman who owns a
,nd fails to return it., and also
ament the dog tax to the road
Now, you members of the gon
ssenbly, if you will pass an act, of
inil we old travelling clodhoppers
out for you next summer from the
in of our hearts.
W. iK. I hish, who has been in
ing health for the past three or
iotnths, still remains quite poorly.
a letter was intended for last
,"'s issue, but happened to got
I under. C11it's.
,it'ilen of NewIbor.y College lire to
Itludl The'ir Anuntl Uobuto on
Joint Anniversary of the E.xcelsior
lrenlakosnian Societies will be held
Opera Ilouse, Friday evening,
4th. The following is the pro.
ilent- Geo. .. Claussen, I,xcelsior.
iters, Allirmative -T'I'. I. Wicker,
ior, 11. W. Fulmer, Phirenakos
alive J. It. Kilgore, Excelsior; C.
ors- C. M. Iilarlmai, Excelsior;
itslian orator to be selected
subject for dehate is, Resolved,
h1e present imperialisi will prove
ial to tle United States.-The
Thei Audiltor'e Appolutmants.
Itor C'romner, or an authorized
will start on his rounds of the
on the 161th of January, for the
se of taking returns of personal
rty for the year 1900, and from
t to that time will be prepared to
our returns at his ollico in New
'rhe following are the appoilt.
lybinltonl, " 2-It,h.
yliph ville, "t 25th.
alton, '" 26th.
mnarIa, '' 27th.
lly Street, " 29th,
ghs, "' 30th.
Lukes, Fecbruary 1st,.
osperity, 2nd and 3rad,
Newblerry until February 20th,
wh'lichl timie the law rec,uiires a
,y of 50t peur cent, to) be added. All
andu miortgages4 and1 moneys aro
Ic, and1( p)ersons bet.ween the ages
mdl 60 year are111 lIable to po011 tax
exemp01 t by I lw. Th'e law pro
alIso for an iancomoi tax, on incomnes
00t and11 uipwards.
licthI Eden. lOIc,n.
A. C. ..Slighi's little sonl Claude,
:ieked on t,be fInger by aL horse.
aiger bei ng so badly crushed it
o he ampulItteCd. lie is getting
I11 Iiurton had1( t.he misfortune
SOne o)f his best mules last week.
Fauir Lee, of Columbia, Is on a
o his sister, Mrs. A. C. Slgh,
s liessio Slighi is on a visit to
f. A. J1. flower's peached a fine
n at I leth l'Xden Sutiday.
Sam DerrIck has m:oved into his
ome nlear Capt. Folks.
.1. l'. Cofield, of Union, has been
isit to fiends here.
f1. A. Ilawvkins has returned from
dlays trilp inl Saluda County,
rybody has got settled and gone
rk with a renewved energy, prc
.I for another crop.
thlink that It Is now time for the
rs to look to their own interest,
at, guanio alonle as it has gone up
ollars a tonl. Or'cnwood has had
LIllmeetings relating to this
r. 110p) Newborry wvill do the
DJois from St,. L.ukes.
health of the commulnity is very
tt tis writ,ing.
latmas has1 come and gone and
ou can hear the ring of tile axe
aw almost any little p)atch of
recent eain will be a great help
srs. J. 0. Moore and Noah Tay
wec each a nico pair' of young
That mIust, mean more cotton.
Amos Conwoll has purchased
nice buggy horse.
0 oats to sow in this section yet.
le farmers put in as much small
ars. 8J. E. Amick and Gee. Hlaw
ave moved their saw mill to the
woods, hlaving bought a plac
.Celia Hendrick was burl ab
ukes Tuesday the 0t,h. -'We
'i conducting the fu I EOI*
ihe being a Mothodis
11, "Chips," we are to havO
Ec,ndh 11us yonw
'coly to make PLOW tim.