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ntM J Pythias,
NeoLO LT No. 75.
-\ T\ l': 1. 0\ViNTIONtS OF
,? IIu,- 1. w-" t . o hold the 2nd
."'':" d ',i ' i " It th,'s o' ch monll htl
7 ..0. I " i ltihts ('or(Iially
Welcomn.. i I In ) NI;.EI' P1t NG,
K. of 1t. and S.
Crut t(:, 1 r t' Iui' i niiig.
John I)r' Ih V yile says: "' never
used an.vthi :-i .)ud as t.ho One Min
ute CO1gh (' m. We are lever with
'i out, it." I )ti(I y brt'akis up) coughs and
colds, t'. r .s a h it t and lung troul
bies, I t'. tI t -il Li r)1t+:en(t(constipation.
enant Io 1 ... 1'ohet ' ton & G,ilder.
"Iaveyn -n t hott L-dies' Ties at
oot('.'' I'' t i.'5 inl the city. tf
Il. < .ttnt, to Meet.
e have htt:" I r((testedl to state that
e vill ho a t meting of the James
D anet Ca m)1 p in the court house on
t rst, Mou<ty, s deday, in March, at
clocck a. tm. A full meeting is
had bronchitis every winter for
;,' 134)and no ntrdicine gave m1e pertma
>relief till I hegan to take One
Uitto Contmbl (ure I know it is the
bq$.":oughi medicliine muade,"' says J.
aX,qi, Corr, Pa. It quickly cures
".. CO 1 (OIld . ("(411p, asthlma, gr'ippe1
litb at 1111d Irn1 trobt.)les. It 1s
S!ii(-u's favorite rcnuedly. Cures
q fio ly. I loh,rtSon & (ilder.
Tf' ou care to exchange $12 98 worth
of Lg'al Tender for $17 00 worth of
OVOV%ont you can;u have the chance to
do $o att .Jamieson's. tf
ike advad' of the cheap rates
he 'al .ard Air Lite, to see the
Sottth in mid t".ntr and t.h. quaint old
y of Now ()!M:ts, durIntz) the won
3erful .\landi C . s fe,stivities. 2t.
As % I.otn '1tt 1 t w At Ate in It.
Alth.'o h'I 'n c)Itinues to sell
h)ere ft,r' i ot; ' 1ly 9 cents was
:'Jaid fot a munbV I; t)) tr of hales in New
berry y'ottt '. C. M. Seewald, a
aeli I'.I' comning , here yesterday
r0om1 N :.r'I w itn tessdt'(l the sale at
he la'.r' tow fI a moIinber of bales at
.95, l t. i-: wy -i extra fine grade
f cot. i. 'fT limrk:t otherwise was
o hiigh:tr than htr. r Greenville News.
"I h: d i- w years. No lttd
leine . o e a't' Ko ldol Dyspep
sia Ct:t'. It ':;t. im mel(diate relief.
t,7'wo 1::tti 1ro t li'- d1 iarvelous 'e
ults." v . itt'- I. i i. Warren, Alh..ny,
W is. 11 t!ie ,. .: t youl vat and can
ot fail t( r '.. I: t t.-on & Gilder.
If you n : iiu. bda'uster' or any
urned work. :: our prices beforo buy
jig. '' will t t' o noney. Satis
action _.t:i':t ;it . - . t'i'UART B os.
. . Ma t f..
I am ptayin11" _e 11r pound for old rub
er bootk an -:-.
H i. S iUightmlre,
t&ftf. .\ N;herry Laundry.
B.I ind li; I h b -Ys ;a're equally fitted
uilt he1 I t, fi-IOm ii b C 'oddle r just aspiring
to "p:." toi t lw ltow.t trouiiered( yout.h
on t. e' I (e:: o (f manhood, every
til I omD ha! to) ;tous,
tf At Jamieson's.
Atte-nt inn Ne tberry GJu.tds.
.Pherve will he a' mee2ting of the New.
berry Quards held in the armory on
niext, Frtida!y evin)lg at 7:30 oclock.
Eerye mebe o the company is ex
pectd asthe eeting is of especial in
tcrest to cycry, member)Ct.
By or Iy o1 f'
W. S. LANavonn0?l,
"Aft er doctors failed to cure me of
pneumionin I used One M in ute Caugh
Cure atnd thiree httles of it cured me.
It, is ah,o 11he best. remel)dy on earith f'or
whIooping couigh. It cured myl grand
chlildren) of thei worst, cases." writes
Jno1. 1 erry, JLognnton01 Pa. it is the
onIly 1itoless remedly that gives im
- mediate11 resuilts.. (Cure-s coughs, colds,
croupi ~and t,hio at and lung troubles.
It prevents cotinsumption. Children ali
ways like it. Mothers enorseO'5 it. R~ob
orIson & (hilder.
TiVkts4 for tihe New Orleans Mardi
h'ras one fare for the round toip, by the
Seaboar'd Air Line, good to return uin
If you need n uy columns, balusters or
kned work ge0t ourP prices heforet you
..ny. We nt ill save you money. SaIs
We are jut opienintg somel of the
atesit 1 ings tin lI olored Organdies Mius
Ills atOll 1W inlE that, were Orderedl made
>eforethe ud i emeo andi 1 thait,~ will sell
it the' oild prices at, Flynn's. it
A TrihntI . to (Col. ErnveU,
TPh e editor of Th'Ie A rgus was pained
o r'eid ill thet Newbierry (S. C.) paLpers
f las' week ant acc'out, of tile (leath of
'oh. J1 ro. R . Le~avell, of that city. Col.
OLave" was for1 s010 timo out' Sunday
*chllO eneheur, and we kne1w h11i ell
only' to love, admire and respect him11.
. ls Wv 3j a piur', u1pig hit, Chtristian
11an.1 r: hia nlev.er il iched in the face
ii uu,hai no0 eomipromise to make
vith sh he1 mta iup hits intd as to
hat w:l r'iht anld followed his con
- 11ion1: withoutt, variableness nor sha
low; Ilf tuingtil; he formed his opin
ons, and staunch10 lly advocated them.
ltlt(i hough w i dilT red( with h im at
imes, we ('oubIi blut .1admtlirO hin sturdy
lonest, his )1 uity an'd is zealous do
Otlo" '" hi ( Go a' ud h is people. Ho
eaCIveH i.e I ; d lieritago of a good
* melh I) a I b'$,I line. of worthy descowl'
n Kts, and jt.is with a hear't bowod
nug his dea,thl. ~etrnaf, b)hlsed poace
o he... u .ih sohDatnAS S
VAKl(htr; AND Al,i. AItOUr r.
T'1hm day vwill he Washing ton's birth
WeldlIng bells ring out in No. II to
Mrs. II. !). ('lark of New Haven,
Conn., is visiting Mrs. J. J. Lane.
Mlisses Natalie and Sue Myazyck are
VIsiting ticIives and frietntld in Char
Mr. W. W. McMorrics is annonneed
In this paprr as a ean(lildat for county
Mrs. Martin and her son Mr. C. 13.
Martin left today for New Orleans to
Saturday night was the coldest of
the winter. Sunday morning the ther
mometer registered 11 degrees.
The beautiful snow fell thick and
fast Saturday afternoon, but the ground
being damp it melted as fast as it fell.
The crowd that came to town yester
day was -small, conflined altogether to
those who had strictly business.
There will be a business meeting of
the Nowberry Guards Friday night,.
Every member should attend.
Representatives Bleaso and Evans
cane home from their labors In the
General Assembly at Columbia on bun
Dr. and1 Mrs. O. B. Mayer returned
on Saturday from New York. Mrs.
Mayer stopped over in Lau.ens, butar
rived home yesterday.
Rev. C. C. Brown, of Sumter, will de
liver an address tonight in the Baptist
church on ',Tho Sermon that. failed to
go off." Public cordially invited to at
Policemen Frarklin and Carter
brought in four negro gamblers yester
day afternoon. They were gambling
in t,he little patch of woods In front of
Prof. Wallace's residence.
Mr. R1. P. Fair who has travelled
upper South Carolina for the Standard
Oil Company, is now tr:aveillrig North
Georgia, for tbe same Company, with
his headquarters in Atlanta.
Today -is the last day for making
your returns for taxes and many will
be le!t out and have to pay the 50 pet'
cent. penalty. There are a great many
who hav not made their returns.
Representative 11. H1. Evans was
kept 'usy on Monday accepting the
congratulat ions of his many friends on
his election as a member of the State
Board of I)irectors of the Dispeneary.
He received a most flattering vote.
Miss Bessie Riser will leave to
morrow for the Northern markets to
select her stock of spring millinery.
Miss Riser has most excellent taste and
will returi with one of the pretti'est
lines of the very latest goods.
C.;..rrl Catinot. be Cured
with T.OCAL API,ICATIONS, as they cal
not ren it he so.11 of I he d ise+m . Craturril is
a blooil of rotnstit utional d isonse, and in or.
der to cure it you inuus lake internal reme
dics. i. t, " s C .' ar i iuare i+ taken internally,
und acts direct iy o.n thi blood and muvous
surfact"s. Ji:' 's Ciataurh Cure is not a unack
mi dteint I. It w is p,rescribed by one of .h
best piy-lei..nsn in- this country for years and
is a re ul.r iree.cri/i Ion. -1 ii .composed of
the best oi. ic:+ known. - cinbined with the
rit :blond puri1t:1rs actlig _directly on the
naulous st acs The peu feet. combination
ii i' he) igireditents is w'.at produces such
wvondter.ilresatts ini curing Uatarrh. Send
for teSthnaon,intis, iree
1". J. Ull EN AY & U J.. Props., Toloedo, 0.
Sold by Driuggiret-,Sc,
IIalli'sFarn iiys ills are the beet.
An Outing of a Nimreod
Who reached Ponanria from New
berry last F'riday aft.ernoon on a hunt
bent. -After consultation with his aged
sire who was to join him the next day
on the Pinder Ridge preserve, the
afternoon was spent in arranging his
p)arap)hernalia ittcident to one of his
p)rofesslon (?) for the e xpected sport, the
next (lay, of seeing "Black" come to a
"sit." No doubt his midnight dreams
of the killing of a bag full of Bobwhites
encouraged him in bright anticipated
sport to follow.
The hunter passed up the road early
Saturday morning for the hunting
grounds, and nothing more was heard
or seen of him until the middle of the
afternoon, when he returned in a sweep
ing gallop through snow and cold, gun
in hand, two dogs following at,his heole,
no doubt in quest of fire. It is reported,
but no proof of it, that a part,ridge and
a robin only were taken from the pro
Experience is a gcod teacher.
For Ilent in Htelenia.
Seven-room cottage at $5 per month.
Good garden. 1. D). Sii'OucKEEY. 12t,
Neems to Crow in Favor.
The EIon. Frank B, Gary of Edge
filid, Speaker of the House of Rep)re
sentatives, has announced his decision
to run for Governor this summer. Mr.
Gary has made a sp)lenldid Speaker of
the House, hut he will likely have toI
dlo some extra f11ine ampaigning to beat,
Governor Medweeney, who seems to
grow In favor as ht is admnistration pro0
Mr. John C. Carter dliedi at his home
In West Enid at, 12:30 o'clock last night,
In tihe 53:d yearli of his age. 11 is re
mains will ho buried at, C'oeman 's
graveyard, nrar' Dyson, tomoriow at
12 o'clock. HIe was a consistent memi
her of the Ba.ptist church.
Died, Friday evening, 16th inatant,
Mr. J. L. Hanks, son of Mr. Butler
Banks, in the 23d year of his age. 1- is
reomalins wer'e burled on Sunday at CoL.
ony, Rev. W. WV. McMorris conducting
the funeral service. T1his young man
had been living on Mr. MecMorris'
place andi( wasi ani honorable and Uprnight
Now Is the opportunity to clothe
both legs for the price you'd generally3
Ipay for 0110 leg In pant,s at
TilJ SESSIONS 00Ul,'.
I 'rus,,io of a ivoral May's ,-i.-Mlho Unl"ly .
t he 1'Ic.a1tof t t+t y k' 1"ulelredIi li n any
Caues-Ju(ige iueti,nuan l'retlet111g.
Monlay mnornitig was at cold o1e an
the people were slt)w gatheriig for
llovever. when the h)olr- for court
arrived, llis iIonor, .1udge I Iucharan,
was on hand and Soliciter Sense wis in
his necustomned plae n as were the othcr
olliero1"s of the Court. Stenographer
Caipbel1 arrived on the noon t.rain.
Tle juryinen and witnesses were
'ow gathering and Constable ilaxte"r
h:id to keep i) at continual call to get
theml inito con.01r.
By the time t.he court v.as ready for
organization )r)per, however, every
!;ratdjrlyiman was in his seat. Mr. .1.
L . I;p p s w as ci c t !"d i fo re m a n a n d th e
u'4uall oatth ad( in11 itered'L.
Solicitor Sense handi'd the .1 udge sev
1'ral ind(ictmnents and he proceeth" 1 to
charge the grand jury in a clear, con
cise and itmpr"essive nanner.
Ills Honor impressed upon the mind-4
of the iemhcrs of the grand jury the
ilportance of that branch of the gov
ernment, which had to enforce the laws
of the country, a')d the fact that, the
grandjurymen were chosen to take an
important, part in t.hr court and were
chosen, as the Jaw requires, ats men of
good mortals, muen of good, Sound,
business judgimnct, men rce fromt
crime ai mtoral taint. le forcibir
1 imlpressed the fact that one im3n
porlant requitremEnt of at grand juror
was t.o know what and what not to no
tice. fie charged them as to their
duty, telling them they must look into
everything as regards the betterment
of their county-to examilne and see
that all the county ollices were pr"oper
ly kept. and that, the bonds of the dif
ferent oiees are good bonds-not straw
bonds-it mieans a reil inspection, at
real examination. .t, is the duty of the
-rand jury to see that malgistrates di,
charge their duty --have their books
before you and see that all fines, have
been turned over to the Treasurer and
see thut, the Treasurer has t utrred
Lhem properly on his books. It is you
duty to look after the roads, the jail
and the county home-see that the poor
there are warmly and comfortably
clothed and have suflieient food. It is
necessary that 12 of you shoald agree
before you find a "true bill " Nevr
find ".o lill" until you have heard
every witness whose name appears on
the warrant, however; you can find iL
"tree bill" after h-iving heard only one
witiless if you are satiielt'd that enough
has been brought out to make out a1
case. He tht"n charged the jury as to
the law on the di ferent indictments
handed out by the Solicitor and the
The Solicitor handed out the follow
State vs. John Suher and Tom Daw
kins-housebreakinu and larceny.
State vs. Milton Grinfin-larceny of
State vs. Milton Griffin-larceny of
State vs. Milton Grifin-larceny of
State vs. Spencer Johnson--house
breaking and larceny.
State vs. De Villuis Baker-larceny.
The grand jur1y retuirnetd the follow
State vs. JTohn SLuber and1( Tomn Dawv
kinis-housebreakinog and larceny-true
State vs. Milton Grimln-larceny of
live stoek-true bill.
Stite vs Milton Grifln-larceny of
live atock-true bill.
State vs. Milton Griflln-larceny of
live stock-true hill.
State vs. Spencer Johnsnn-house
br'eak ing and larceny- trule bill.
State vs. DeVilluis Baker -larceny
State vs. Wade Wilson and George
State vs. Jesse Leach alias Jesse
James alias Jesse Laurey-assaullt and1(
battery with intent to kill-true bill.
State vs. Jack Williams andl Melvin
W ili ams -housebreaking and larceny
State vs. John Quiller alias Yancy
Qu iller-houlsebreaikinlg anid larceny
State vs. Mil'on Grimn--burglary
and larceny-trure bill.
Stat,e vs George Moffett.rvlolating dis
pen1sariy haw-no bill
CAMiES D)ISPOSED 0OF.
State vs. Milton Grillin-larceny of
State vs. Milton Grifln-larceny of
State vs. John Saber and Tom Daw
ki ns- housebreak ing and larceny
State vs. Sper;ce Joh nsoi-house
brecakinug and larc2eiy-pe1la guilt,y.
State vs. D)eVillius Balker, Noah
Williams anrd I ob Koon-larceny
gulilty as t,o DeVillius Baker, niot guil
ty as to Noah WilliImtrnd 1111[ob Koon.
''It is a1 surp3risin~g fact,"' saLys Prof.
IHouton1l, "'that ill mIy tra.ve'ls in all parls
of the world, for tihe last t.en yeaLrs, I
have1. met mlore peI-L)le I hat have ulsed
G;reen's Aug ust l"'lower' than any1 otheri
r'emledy'1, for' dyspepsia, dcaianged liver
and srtitomachL, ant1( for 2onisti pationl.
Iind( for toLlrists and1( slesmeInI, or for
peisonis fillin g omiee p)ositionsH, wvhere
hieadaLches and3( gener'al bad( feetliings
fr'om liregular' habits exist, that,
Grecen's AuguIsL Flower Is a1 gi'rnd
r'emledy. It, d.ies not inljure' the systemo
biy frequent ulse, and 1s ecllenit for
sour13 stomahllis and indl igeton." Sample
bottles free lat Wv. l10. Pelham's
Soldl by (dealer's in all civilized conun
Old goods don't suitour' customeris
r l'tOS)'I IY I'OIN'i E'.5S.
"untIty Servie''- 4titIr,.sse.s on lISticatiot,.
1.istnll.'sqi 0nn1 l'IPNNnm rt" -'t"r iUiji I
Anti (ther Noteh of
Inter.et to All.
Rev. A. 11. ri11tIth, the talented
.votng sr"minarian of I)um West, tilled
the pulpit of the A. R. I'. Churhe here
yyterthay mrorning and atfter"nooni. l:ev.
% W. lie-denh;ttgh int.tertained the
(.rave Chnreh audience in the morn
innr. Rtev. W. 11. Ariail condlucted hiis
regu11lar afternooni serlvie at the Meth
or ist ('hnrch. Notwit h-tandilng theil s
vc1r0 cold, aill th("-e services wt"re well
attended, alnd th- worsh ippers were ed
I'rof. John G. ('IIilkseales c Antder
s('1, r(epresentin:, W 'ITo(rd ( oll''ge of
S Ia rttllhur , delivered 1) ighly edifytving
ndilless.s yesterlay at Zion (hurch, a
few mili s below here, and last night at,
W\i._hta aut. Chal,rl, his thorme being
"("'rist ian Ed ucation." 'I'lle subject
wats 1uonth.d with signal abilily on each
oecca,ion, the large o audiences were in
tcrested(1 ai Wolford wias benefitted.
The t ast week was one of the busiest
of the sca-on with our l erchatits. Cot
ton receipts were brisk, the firm of
I lawkins llros. alone pay ing out $12,000
or" the s'ap'e in three d:}ys. Others
also bouught heavily. Thi-i Ilatle trade
good in all lines.
ir. .Jamies MCe1.od has open,d a shoe
,hop here, and is kept btsly at his trade.
The: writer knew Mr. Mce'od twenty
e-is ago. ie was then, and Is now, a
line workmnan. Prosperity appreciates
his coining here.
Of the cotton d matz'd by the recent
i'., N. d L Riailroad fire, some thirty
bales have been picked and re-packed.
A few hales of "stained" will yet be
prepared for market,.
,M . J. P. Wheeler spent last, week in
Newberry helping to take stock in Rlob
rrson & Gii(ler'si drutg store, prepara
I("ry to windiig up the bnsiness of the
irmn of IRobertson & Gilder.
Th'!e m usical atnd cal st.henic enter
'ailnmcnt, to be given at the graded
chool bti:uiling Thursday night of this
week by I!he classes of Miss 13-ssie At'i
ill and \; is Marguerite Hunter prom
is( s to ic I treat. The classes are in
rood traininf,* and the lar.;e antiience
wvill b: delighted with the perform
'.,c"s. I',ver"ybody will attend.
Colotel and Mrs. I. Moseley are
iojwIn Iring at Oeila, Fla. Tihey are,en
joying the delightful clime of that lati
Lude while they look after their landed
inlt sts in the so-called "Land of
MIr. It 11. Russell is out again, after
tnother tussel with jaundice. 1. Ii.
will be Ia genuine "immunse" in time for
the next war. 11 r'. Sease of Chapin has
illed his place on the road during his
Mr'. G. A. MafTett has beed laid up
with i severe spell of grip. He is now
improved, and will soon be at his post
Mrs. Thos. S. Sense of Spartanburg
is on a visit. to her sister, Mrs. C. T.
Wyche, and other relatives in our
Misses Mamnic Caldwell and Mattie
Sloan of Newberrly have beeni paIying a
most enjolyable visit to the families of
Mlaj. 0. 0. DeWait, and Dr. G. Y. Hun
MI iss Lula Hiller' hats endeld her visit
Lo Mi rs. L. 11. KiItiard and rturne'lld to
H-ilton. Guess she carried a "'heart"
M\Ir W%allare JAruce, who Is traveling
for the V. C. Bladbamn Machinery De
polt of Columbia, spent, Sunday at home,
to the delight of family and friends.
Tlhe legislature having aidjourn'Ied,
Dri. WVyche Camefi home1 Sunday for a
staly. Ilis numenrous friends are glad
LI) ha1ve ttheir dih-tinguishled r'epresen
Llt ive with them again.
Mr. E. W. Luther moved his family
Lo ColuImbia last week. They leav~e
uanyl~ fr'iends who wish them health,
)apinelss anid prosp)erlty in the "City
in the Congaree."
M rs G. G. Lane hais moved to the
[1ome) of her sister, Mr's. A. H. Haw
You1r correspondent heard yesterday
if the death of Mi's. Eliza Paysinger
jf the Harit,ford .setion, but could not
't, particulars, lier' remains were
~oried at Colony Chur'ch Satur'day.
lRipe with lage, shle leaves a large fam
ly connection aind mnany friends.
Manlday, Feobruary 19th.
Theo WlVl Known Oculb,,.t.
Dr1. Ar'lhur Becker, the well! known
>Oeulist, of Jacksoniville, Flit., is
naiking a pirofe'sionali visit to Pros
wrlity. The dloctor is ani expert ini
iis linte, mioving catairacts by absorp
ionl withbout us80 of the knifo. If
our' eyes are anyway afilictedI or you
.lave glasses(' thait don't fit you, y'ou
>It' tel' call On himn at Wise's Hotel,
*vhoroe w1 ~ill bo for ton days yet.
R~ODGI'NS BROS. "1847"
(I/V ES, FORKS~ &8POONIS
Iist I leceived: aliso, some1 ot tile Pret,ty
BETH THOMAS CLOCKS
COWVIE.-: AND :': E :-:US
Yours for tr'ade,
DANIELS &_ GO,
There are six goats lit, Mies. lRmn wick's
ille ownuer can get by paying c! st.
2tf&b .,1. G. PnosIQ.
MIolidgs, I,Lmber!I. Laut.hs and
A frientd iln ne :d is a friend inideed.
As a suggestionl-a warmi overcoat for
tho cold weather. at Jamuiennn'a. t
,IiNain Us,der Act of L,egi!aturo it)
1'sOtde for lh,' Eit'eello of
Mt,,int'sta at Chil.
(Specinl to Ilerald and Ne-ws.)
('olumbia, S. C., I"'eb. 1!9- - Gouver'nor
MicSwel'ey to (lay appointed Cen. (.
I. Walkor, of Charleston, Col. J. 1Iiar
vey Wilson, of Stci.ter, and Capt.. (.
K. IIendertol, of Aiken, as commissi-m
under act of the legislature to provi(e
for the erection of lonuineits on battle
fields of Chicanaut a. The governor
andi the adjutant general are also letn
bers of 'he comnilssion.
10'. II. A ui..
Are grand, but Skin l,rup(ions rot)
Iifo of joy. Ilticklen's Armen Salve,
Cures INi1m; nl -l OI, Itullnling and
Fever Sores, UIceis, iiIs, Felons,
'orI1 W ar ,', Bruises, iturl4,
Scalds, ('happod I-ta,da, Chilhlains.
lrest Pile euro on enurth. 1)I ives
out Pains and Aeh-. Only 25 ets. a
hox. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
One first-class fare for the round trip
to the world's famous New Orleans
Mardi Gras, by the Seaboard Air
Ioqu'rig About Old Freende.
Sheriff 13uford received the following
letter yesterday and handed it to us to
do as we thought best with, from a gen
tleman in Ar ansas Inquiring about
e-ome old friends. '1'he letter will ex
Van Buren, Ark.
Feb. 16, 1900.
Sher'f7 of Newberry County:
know Jim Blaylock, Bill Arnold, 1'd
t'ampbell, Jimmie Cromer, or Jimmie
Iii pp. Is old General Kinard dead or
not. Pierce Lake or Alfred iReeder.
If any of the above men are li,'ing will
you pslease let nie know where their
post-o111CC) are' and oblige,
IlltI'T'ON W 1(INS,
Cranford County, A rk.
1Do you know Coal. Jim Williams.
Mr. Blalock is living, and his post
ofilee is Goldville, Laurens County, S.
C. Mr. Alfred M ceder is also living
and his address is Gary, Newberry
County, S C. Gen. Kinard, Pierceo
Lake and Col. Jim Williams are dead.
Core Your Cold WiIlo You Can.
Is It not better to core your cold
while you can, in its incipiency, rat her
than take the chances of its resulting
in )lem1111101ia, Catitri'h or Co01S1nm)tion,
al of which diseases begin with ia cold
and imity be prevent,ed by Curinrg uvery
cold at the start ? Chamil rlain's ('ou gh
Ienedy is famous for its cures of had
colds over a large part or t.he civilizod
world and ean always be depenled
upon. It is pleasant and safe to take
too. For sale by W. E. Pelham, Drug
Tickets on sale by the Seaboard Air
Line to New Orleans Mardi Gras, I'eb
ruary 20th to 25th inclusive. 2t.
who are interested in high prices for
Cottot next fall can hear of somethinlg
to theIr advantage by sending a plostli
card at on1ce to
T i A D)AMS COTTroN COMPANY,
1t. Charleston, S. C.
Haneanud sut ilnatie Factory.
Newberry is soon to have a handle
and shuttle factory. The Secretary of
State has Issued a commnissioa to tihe
Newberry Handle and Shuttle Comn
pany, and the factory will be estab
lished at the most suitable place for it
in this city, as soon as all necessary ar -
rangeanents are made. The corpora
tore are: Jno L. A rthur, Chappells:
T. C. Pool, M. A. Carlisle and C. E.
Summer, of Newoorry. Capital stock
to be $10,030.
Such enlterprises are what Newberry
needs, and from thle men that are ait
t,be bottom of t,his undertaking it. will
be seen at once that success will be the
result of their eff'orts. In addition to
making handles of all kinds, the com
pany will furnish cotton mill supplice.
To Whom It, May Concern.
"An attack of Ila gripp)e left, me with
a very had( cough," says5 Mr. Seth W.
Lyon, of Pittsfield, Michigan. "After'
using mtany ditferent remedies for it
without material benefit,, I was cured
b)y half a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy." Many ot,hers have had a
like experience. 25 and 50 cent bot
tIes of tils Rlemedy are for sale by W.
E. P'elham, D)rug,gist,
Don't miss the great New Orleans
Mar'dl Gras, February 21st to the 27th,
by tihe Seal >ard Air Line. 2t,.
All Acta Priomptiy fiandled.
Gov. McSweeney has bheen) keeping
LIP with thei acts of the general assen.
bily as fast as that boudy h-is ground(
ilhem out antd sent themi to him. lie
had taken up1 Iand reAl every actgratl
Iledl up to 8 o'clock yesterday afternoon
tnd had approvedl all of them. Latst
night be reaaind ~iIn his ollee andic
3ontinuetid tile work. Ils dlesire was to
have every act out of the w ry by tihe
time the body adj)urne.d shmue die.-Th'i
Mardi Gras by tihe Seaboard A ir
Line, February 21st to the 27th. 2t,
The entire store is one big b)arigain
3oulnter at this time. It, will pay yonI
to buy a snlit, or an overeoat now to lay
aside for next season at Jamlesons. tf
CA LL ON
E. M. Evans &Co
TO (:IIA N(Til: I, ItA 1)AillED.
I ii." 'therli , (' i,intuetIe, a ,lug a 'it asage of
I ,tt' fnr, l0 ,11 to A litn l I)y on.
A mm-eln'int is on foot to change tihe
roaudb td and rote of the Sou thern
i tilvay from I fIelena to Itboit, Dyson.
W\'(" haVe not been able to t,et partic
tri", l,'.t h :ard the: rtimnor yesterdaty,
;tu fIrn l o'ne who is in position to
Ino w, th-it an tIfort was being made to
gt't ri"ht of way through a new section
of the county. The object is to branch
off at. ieiina go out I hrough No. 7,
1s"ing lirough the BHrton place, by
D. StnUn's and the Floyd place, by
Vaug han vi lie and strike the old road bed
sotwt't'hcre about. )ylon.
It is clAtimredi that it, will give a much
muore sat,isfaetory read to keep up and
will st.rike a good section of the county.
No trouble hits been had so far In get
ting rights of way.
h:is been cured in i mu!titudo of cases
eiring tihe p,ayt sixty years by P1in.
Killer'. 'I'his poteit remedy rubbed
vigieri usly in nid around the multering
p rts will rtli( ve til stifnet's, reduc
Ihe twt-lling Iand hill sll pain. The
It1t "t Stbthorn cases yitId to this ireat
1mnt11t wheu perstevered in. Avodi sub
siitutes, there is but ono Pait-killer,
Perry Dav is's. 25c. ttnd 50o.
We are now opening up a five thou
sand dolhar steetc of Dry Goods, No
tions and Clothing, bought last. July
and August before the great a:dvance
inl prices. Tltse gonds we will sell at,
the ole prices as long as they last, but
when tihese are sold out they will be at
least 25 per cent. higher, and our cus
tolers will have to piay the advance.
I f you want some of those plums CoImto
at 01Ce to IPlynn's Cash Store. It
At Tho l,ern Home Toitorrow Night.
Gorton's Miinstrel's will appear at
the Opera IIouse totmorrow night, h'eb- I
ruai'y 21. in a gr'and minstrel perfor"m
anee of ia very high order. This coin
pany hits tmade at good record in the
Sout h and We think It safe to say that
every one who goes will be pleased and
come away satislied that, they have got
ten t,it' money's worth.
We had a considerahlo fall of snow
in this section on Saturday, along wih
a cold wave. it is to be hoped the
grain will not get injured.
Mr's. Kinard spent a few days with
M r. S. 1. Shealey's family of Montt
ceel!o community last week.
Iliss Kate S,nith of Prosperity has
been spending ia few days with ir. J.
I). Stone's family of this set,ion.
A little child of Mir. and Mrs. E. M.
Cook hats been quite sick for a few
thys, btt. glad to state It Is improving.
Sunday wias a 'old day for church
We have hald the pleasure of meet
ing sonle few of the candidates. Place
yOu' card in Tbc Herald and News,
aind let the people know you are one of
We .have hiard some few persons say
this will be a good year for fruit. We
hope) they are pr1edlict.ing aright, and
thalCt fr'uit will be lentiful this year.
We hope2 the little push up3 in the
price of cott.on will nlot, encourage the
flarmer's to p)ut in a large cropi thIs year.
A small aerea3ige of cottonl means a
good r'ico for' it in) the fall. Try It
Mrs. I. C. Kibler of Atlantae GaL.,
spenlt, l"iriday night with Nil. J. A. C.
Kibler's famnily of tils sectIon.
Februtary 19, 1903.
"Carry Suni~ite With You."
A brkiht, fresh, l4unnyl face Is always
inrwpiring. and1( It alw s det'es3 good
isalth~ as well asN a hazppy heart. Many
f ares I ha11~t'ere once0 oveirenst with glotn
hiave beeni imnde bright anid sunny23 by
ii tnd('s Salrsapaj)riila, which cures alli
dyspeptic s.yniaptois, strengthens the
ner ve' and tonlesl up and in vigorates thle
Constlipat Ion Is cured by Hie ad's Pillls,
tho noni-i rritaiting cathartic. Hold by
Mr. Editor of the Herald andi News:
We niotiee that the polit,ical pot has bc
giul to boil. It is rather soon for nomni
nations, hbut, still we not,ice they are in
or'der, so we riso to p)ut the name of Mr.
lIenjain nHalfacr'e before the people
rS aL most suitable and trustwort,hy man
to till the ofile oif County Supervisor.
L'rom what we have hleard1 andl soen in
your pap)er, our p)resent Supervisor,
W. A. [liii, will retire from this office
LInd be~ a caindlidate for C,lerek of the
Douirt. If the people of Newberry
[Jounty want anlothler true, honiest, and
faithfull manL1 to fill tis ofiee we saLy
withI ant upli1ftted hand and2( an out
st,retcedhL arm11, you can 1find him id tile
per'isons of Honjaimin Hlalfacr'o. Mr.
H[lliaer'e has always been a kind and
abliglig man. It VO,i'rsas
For County Treasurer.
I HIlEEhYV ANNOUINCE MIYSELI?
AL aCL enntdidatte for' the ollico of
Coun nty Tre'asur er' of Newvborry (Count,y,
aLndl phi'd e miyself t,to abide thie result
of the D emocraltic pr'imtary election.
W. W. MUMOLtiULeS.
JL. ' oint for Treeasurter of New
h e'ty Count.y, and will abide the r'esullt
ofi the Democr'atic primar'y election.
'j~ANTi'b B. WHIEFE[ER IS HERE
.J. by nomInated as a Candidate for
'ICTeasureri oif Newberry County and
Is piledged to abido the result, of the
D)emcoci'atic priimairy E'lection,
flrars tio h Kind You (lava Aiwa a BUght
a ld Shoes
I am still closing out
at the lowest Cash
prices, all of my Dry
Goods, Dress Goods,
Shoes and Notions, all
Winter Dress Goods,
Gloves, Capes and
Jackets at and below
Whitemiro Shoe Polish, 8 cts. a
t'aekage or two for 15 cts.
3 N Spool Cotton and Alexander
ling Spool Cotton, 2 for 5 ets.
The best hue of Mon's Working
Shirts in town. Worth 50 and 40c.
Como and soo us often.
A. C. JONES.
Nowberry, S. C., February (1, 1000.
We desire to call your
special attention to our
Which embraces every
thing in BLACK, from
1 5c. Worsted to the fin
est Silk. In this depart
ment may be found
Our special 38 in. Black Henrietta,
all wool 50 cts.
Our special 44 in. Black Henrietta,
all wool 75 cts.
Black Cropons, Black Cheviots,
Black Mohairs, Black Pop>lius,
Black Bongolines, Black Novelties,
Black TafTetta Silk,
Black GIros (Orain Silkc,
Blackc Pow-de-Soie Silk,
Black Annure Silk,
Black Mournmng Silk,
Black Corded Silk,
Try Americas Leading WV. B. Corsets
in short, medmum and long waist,
every pair guaranteed to give sat
isfaction or a now Corset given in
We are closing all last season's
Printod1 Organdies and Muslins at
from 4c. to 10c. per yd. loss than
original price. An opp)ortunity to
anticipate on Muslins and save money.
lE'ne Watches, Rlings, Broaches, Studs,
Slcyc and Link Buttons, Silver
Novoltics, Silver'Table Ware,
Cut Glass, Gold and Sil
ver Spectacles and
Which we will close out, as we will
discontinue keeping them.
JEWEL.ER AND OPTICIAN
Honest man or woman to traive
for large house; salary $O5 monthly
and expenses, with increase; position
p)ermanent; inclose self-addressed
stamped envelope. Manager, 880
Caxtom bldg.. Chuinauo.