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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two weeks, second and fourtl
Sundays, at. 11 a. in. Sunday-school 10 a. in.
WM. A. JULIAN, Pastor.
Office opens............. ........................... 7 00 a ir
Closes-one-half hour before the arrival o:
trains per schedule, viz:
For Colambia..................... ..... a ir
For Ureenville ard the West............ (X) p n:
For Colum bia..................................... 2 :7 p Tr
For Laurens........................................ 4 45 p i
Office will remain open until........... 5 :; py, a
Open..................................................... 7 00 p i
Close ................................................. 7 'Ji P m
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF STAR VC UTI
NEWBERRY AND UTOPIA.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p rn
Arrive Monday and Thursday.............. 2 p in
NEWBERRY AND WHITMIRE'S.
Leave Tuesday and Friday.................. ' p i
Arrive Tuesday and Friday.................. 12 i
LAURENS AND NEWBERRY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... 1 pim
Ar. Tuesday, Thuisday and Saturday... !2 ni
R. MooRMAN, P. M.
The Newberry cotton market a
quoted yesterday by 0. McR. Holmues
Good Middling 91
Low Middling St.
Good Ordinary 83.
Receipts for two weeks ending yes
terday, 2,165; total receipts since 1st
One Complete Amateur Photograph
Outfit for sale at half cost. Apply or
address New York Racket Store, New.
berry, S. C., for further information. ti
Fruits of all kipds arriving daily at
rof. Albro, the Great White Chief,
Has returned to Newberry and can
he consulted free of charge in regard to
his vegetable remedies, at the Lovelace
Teeth t xtracted free of charge. tf.
There seems to have been some mis
understanding about the time for the
meeting of the Democratic Executive
Committee. There was to have been
a meeting yesterday but no quorum
was present. Mr. W. H. Hunt, Jr.,
notified the members of the meeting,
but only Messrs. W. B. Oxner, 1. Mc.
Smith, Thos. W. Keitt and W. H.
Hunt, Jr., were present. These did
not make a quorum. Another effort
will be made to have a meeting to-day,
Newberry Building and Loan Association.
The members of the Newberry Build
ing and Loan Association are hereby
notified that the 62nd assessment will
be due and must be paid Wednesday,
Nomveber 6,1890, and that the Board of
Directors will meet in the Council
Chamber on Friday, November 7th,
1890, at 8 o'clock p. M., to sell the
oney on hand.
Any one wishing to borrow money
the association can leave his ap
with the secretary at the Na
J. W. M. Si.%MoNs,
your %. Turkeys
* ,. ities, bii'..E. Lipford, Ki
The 5 rw ig and Investment
Is prepared to buy all kinds ofeounty
claims, real estate in country or town,
and make loans in any amount, at ~all
times on good security. For Terms see
the Secretary and Treastrrer. Install
ments due the last of each month.
IR. H. WEARN,
Treas. N. B. & I. Co.
Newberry, S. C.
nest New Crop Layer Figs at
tosh's. t f.
-.., ounty Teachers' A ssociation.
;r of The Herald and News:
s-K hers' Association will meet at
- on Saturday November 1.
~ting is called principally for
th ose of effecting a thorough re
0or i be elected for the coming
year, committees will be appointed,
and such other business will be trans
ac-ted as the association may deem
.Such qluestions as are asked by teach
ers will be discussed. All teachers in
the. public schools are earnestly re
quested to be present.
Call on F. A. Schumnpert for the best
Rubber and Leather P>elting and Rub
ber and Hemp Packing. 3t.
A new and elegant perfume.
For sale by
BELCH ER, HOUSEAL & KIRILER.
To-morrow (Friday) at 7.30 p. mi., the
373d anniversary of the Reform ation
will be celebrated in the Lutheran
church. An address will be delivered
by Rev. A. J. Bowers, and tine music
will be given appropriate to the occa
Next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
the services will be of a special charac
ter, closing the third year of Rev. WV
C. Schaeffer as pastor of the church.
Sunday at 7.30 p. im., the pastor will
begin a s~eries of sermnons on1 "Stces i
the life of St. Paul." The subject of
the first sermon wvill be "The child
hood of St. Paul."
For Engine. Fittings call on F. A.
Schumbert, Agt. St.
Fresh Currants, Prunes, Nu ts, Cocoa.
nuts, &c., at Mclnmosh's.
State Convention of the WV .C. T. U.
The State Convention of the Wo
~men's Christian Temp2rance n ion
11 convene in New berry next week.
The executive committee will meet
Mrs. C. Mower's on Tuesday morn
g. The first session of the conven
ion will be held in Thompson street
church at 4 p. mi. on Tuesday. Tht
address of welcome will be delivered by
Percy Wightma and responded tc
by delegates. Addresses will also bt
delivered by Mrs. Chapin and Mrs.
~- The convention will be in session for
STATE OF OH10. (irY oF ToLEI)o,
FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that
he is the senior partnIer of the firm of
F. J. CHENEY- & Co., doing business in
the City of Toledo, County and Stat
aforesai'd, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE H UNDRED DOL
L ARS for each and every case ofCA
TARRH that cannot be cured by the use
of HALL'S CATARRHI CERE.
FRAFK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to bef?re me and subscri bed inl
my presence this day of Decemiber, A.
- ~A. W. GLEASON,
H-all's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
ly and acts directly on the blood ant
mucous sursaces of' the systemi. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. ('H ENNEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
ggui' .oild by D)ruz.ists, 75,.
Buicklen's Armica Salve.
The liest Salve in thei world for I'uts. Sores
Rruise-'. t lcers. Salt Itheum,l Fever 5.4 res. Tel
ter, Cha:pped lands. Ch ibinh as. Co rus an
all Skin Ecuptions, and wi"siti vely culre
Piles or no pay required. It is ,zuarantlced t
.iv efc satnm.o I(nvrfne
ive .nt per aicto. For sale y rfuner
Pron &5 centser bx o aetyRbr
A BIG LC
VARIOUS AN) ALL ABOUT.
Next Monday is Saleday.
The election will be held next Tues
There was a considerable frost oi
The November court will conven
next Monday one weelk.
The new bridge over the railroads o!
Boundary Street is nearing completiou
From what we can gather there ar
to be several weldings in Newberr;
There was hail in several portions c
the county on Sunday last but n
The rivers were very full last week
Much corn on the bottonis was ver;
The contract for building a new Poo
House was let on last Saturday t
Shockley Bros. for $1,450.
The managers of election are re
quested to call as early as possible an
qualify and get boxes and instructionm
This is important.
Quite a number of New berrians bay
gone to Charleston this week to takeli
the Gala festivities.
Mr. Jas. Dunbar has added a luncl
counter to his restaurant at the Rub;
saloon. Nice lunches served from I
a. m. to 1 p. m.
Work has begun on the trestle of th
C., N. and L. Railroad across Scott'
creek. Very little dirt will be used
The trestle will be about 550 feet long
Capt. Jio. F. Speck, the pupula
jeweler of Newberry, is receiving nev
and handsome goods every day. H
has the finest and most complete lini
of gold spectacles ever brought to New
berry. He has lots of nice things. Cal
and see him.
Tickets for the election next Tuesdai
were not received here until yesterday
There seems to have been some misap
prehension between the county chair
man and the printers. Newberry'
tickets were the last sent out.
Fortv-three tickets to Gala week ir
Charle~ston, including yesterday, hay1
been sold by the Columbia and Green
ville Railroad. A few tickets were als<
sold by the Columbia, Newberry an<
The machinery for the Cotton Fe.
Oil Mill is being put up. The engini
has been put in place and the boiler i!
expected to arrive any day. Th
manager has commenced buying seed
It will not be long before everythiu
will be in running order.
On last Saturday night' there wast
negro frolic on MIaj. DeWalt's Elleso:
place in No. 10 Township. During th.
evening several negroes got in a rov
when one of the party was very seri
ously cut with a knife. The latest in
formation we had waf to the eff'ect tha
the negro who was cut was in a critica
condition. No arrests have been made
Dr. D). S. Pope, of Columbia, was or
a visit to New berry the early part o
Revs. Dr. J. S. Cozby and J. W. M1c
Clure returned from Synod at York
ville on Monday.
Dr. S. Pope attended a meeting o
the State Executive Committee in Co
lumbia on T uesday.
MIiss Sallie Greneker has gone to Co
M1r. W. J. Lake left last Thursday foi
G;en. Y. J. Pope has accepted an in
vitation to speak at Florence on Satur
The finest Cheese on the market al
Good Tobacco at Proctor Todd's
25 cents. tf.
Some Beautiful Goods.
If we .vere asked to express our opin
ion as to what line of goods we coi.
sidered the prettiest at Pelham's Drui
Store, we would be puzzled very muel
as those who undertook to exp)lain the
enigma of the sphynx. Everything i
so very pretty, and the styles so new
one has dilliculty in reaching any sat
isfactory conclusion. The stock o:
liisque Goods, the Hanging and Parlo3
Lamips, the elegant line of Vases, thi
exquisite and dainty After D)inne:
Cups and Saucers, and1 the odd Japan
ese ware. these, and all else at Pel
ha',very pretty ond very cheap
MIake a visit to his Drug Store and be
County Raised Red
IRust Proof Oats for sal(
*at Floyd & Purcell's. i
The transitlon from long. lingering an<
painful ..ickness to robust healt.h m-.rks al
epoch in the health ol the individual. suel
a remarkable event is treasured in the mhem
orv ahd the nteeney whereb~y the good healt?
ha's been attained is gratefuly bltessed- liene<
it istihat so much is heard in praise of Electri,
Bitters. so many feel they owe their reste
ration toheailth to the use of the Great A]
terattve Tonic. If you are troubled with an:
disease of Kidnevs. Liver or stomach. of Ion;
or short standi'd you will surely find relie
b)y use o? Electric Bitters. Sol at 50o. s
p~er bottle at Ro(bertson & Gilder 's D)ru
Pimiples on the Face
Denote an impure state of the bloodant
are looked Lupon1 by many with stuspi
eion. Acker's Illood Elixir will re
move all imupurit ies and leave the cOmn
plexion smioOthi and clear. Therei
nothing that will so thoroughly buil
up the con)sttutioni, p)urify an
strengthen thew whole syst em. SOL
and;guarantceed by Belcher, Houseal
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures'
During the next two wveeks I wi]
make a special reduction on Pictures
Those wishiing to ornament their pam
lors, drawing rooms, &c., will findt it t
their advantage to call on me durmn
hat time. Yours,
tf Z.F. WRIGIIT.
Setved every day at Jones
Hestaurant. Meals fur
nished at any hour on shor
To Dispel Colds.
H eadachies anid Fevers, to eleanise tlI
.V5temL eLft&ct ually, vet gently, whe
e'o,t ive or bilIioutS, Lor whenci thle blood
impure'Il or sluggish , to p)ermantIent
eure habitual constipat ion, to awvake
-heC kidneys anid liver to a healthy a
tivity without irritating or weakenil>
them us Syrup of Figs.
)T OF GOODS
4nishing- Goods 1
1 to S8 our StoCk
The Lutherau Synod.
The Lutheran Synod, a notice ol
which was published in The Herald
and -News last week, was in sessiol
until Saturday. Several matters oi
importance to the church were dis
po.ed of. We give in this report som(
of the more important actions of the
synod in addition to the report of las1
On TIhiursday night the address or
e education was delivered by Rev. J
Maj. G. Leaphart was re-elected
treasurer of the Bachman Endowmen
Fund, and Hon. J. ). Cappelmann
was also re-elected treasurer of the
At the next convention of the synod,
the sermon on education will bE
preached by Rev. G. W. Holland, D.
r D., with Rev. T. 0. Keister as alter
o nate. The sermon on missions will be
preached by Rev. Ml. J. Epting, witb
Rev. L. K. Probst as alternate.
Rev. T. 0. Keister was elected secre
tary and treasurer of the Children',
The following delegates to sister
synods were elected:
North Carolina Synod-Rev. E. A.
Wingard, principal, and Rev. S. L.
1 Keller, alternate.
Tennessee Synod-Rev. (,. W\N. Hol
I laud, D. D., principal; Rev. E. T.
Horn, D. D., alternate.
3 By resolution of synod, the President
3 of Newberry College is made a mnem
her, cx oficio, of the Board of Trustees.
It was decided to hold the next con
Vention of synod in Holy Trinity
church, Augusta, Ga., on Wednesdav
before the fourth Sunday in October,
The following action was taken in
regard to the Theological Seminary:
Whereas, The Theological Seminary
of the United Synod has not been put
- into operation, owing to the declination
- of the professors elected by that body,
Whereas, It is both important and
i necessary that theological instruction
be given at Newberry and in connec
- tion with Newberry College.
>Ecsolved, That this synod authorize
I the Board of Directors of our Seminary
to secure a professor of theology, subject
to the approval of synod, who shall
enter upon his duties the 1st of October,
In regard to vacant charges and the
formation of new pastorates, the follow
ing action was taken:
L Resolucd, That all vacant congrega
rtions within our bounds be allowed to
Smake their own arrangements for
rpreaching for another year. *
-2. That a committee of seven mem
-bers shall be appointed to take into
tconsideration the matter of vacancies
1 and the forming of pastorates.
.4. That~ this committee shall investi
gate all matters and difficulties con
nected with said vacant congregations
and report and make such recommen
I dations to this body at its next annual
f meetiug as shall be deemed wise by
.In obedience to this resolution the
-following committee was appointed:
Revs. J. A. Sligh, WV. A. Julian, J. H.
SWyse, J. F. Kiser and Messrs. Thoma~s
WV. Holloway, J. WV. Dreher and WV. J.
Rev. J. A. Sligh, President of the
Board of TIrustees of New berry Col
lege, submitted the following report :
The last session of the college was
the most prosperous in the history of
the institution, there having been en
rolled the names of 123 students. Trhe
college classes are fuller this session
than they were during the last, arid
l'tler than at any previous ti.me.
There will perhaps be this session a
falling off of 20 or 25 names from the
roll on account of the establishment of
the graded school system in the town
of New berrv. The devotion of the
faculty to the work of instruction and
-government has been all that could be
desired. The industry and conduct
of the students have, in the main,
The recommendation of the faculty
of Newberry College that the college be
opened to young ladies was referred
-to the Board of Trustees. This will
defer the mnatter for one year.
It was determined not to employ an
agent for Newberry College, but to
continue the committee on College
agency for another year, anid the surm
of $600 wvas appropriated towards the
-payment of the erection of a third
house for the p)rofessors on the college
PREACHERS IN POLITICS.
A resolution introduced by Mr. J. R.
O'N. Holloway, of Orangeburg inre
church becoming candidates for po0liti
eal ottice and engaging in politics
evoked some discussion, which wvas
particip)ated in by several of the mxem
bers of synod. A fter receiving several
amendmenrts the following wvasadopted
as the senitnent of the synod by a vote
of aS to 6. Sev eral of the ministers and
a rnumber of the lay delegates were
Sabsent wvhen the vote was taken.
3 .Resolred, That we hereby put on
record our disapproval of the ministers
of our church becoming candidates for
any p)olitical otli ce.
311sSION ARY M1EETING.
On Friday night the fifth anzniversary
meeting of the Womnan's Home and
F'oreign M1issionar,y Society was held.
The address of wvelcomne wvas delivered
by 3Miss B3essie Wheeler, a member of
the Newberry society arnd res'ponded t(
by Miss Lilliann Luther, of Prosperity.
PBoth these young ladies had excellent
addresses and delivered them wvell.
Addresses on the general subject of
missrirns wvere delivered by Rev. P. C.
Holland, of Charleston, Rev. L. K
Probst, secretary of the Board of Mi1s
sionis arnd by Rev. Prof. A. J. Bowers,
of New berry College.
-On Sunday morning the various
churches mi the city of New~berry were
furnished with preaching by the memu
b ers of synod.
Lutheran Church-11 a. mn., Rev. E
T. Horn, D). ID.; 7 p. in., Rev. R. C
31Methodist Church-l1 a. mn., Rev. S
Baptist Church-11 a. mn., Rev. E. A
A. R. Presbyterian Church-11 a. mr.
Rev. J. G. Graiche;n.
SPresb'yteranl Church-Il a. mn., R
1T. 0. Keister.
On Suday arfternood addresses to th
Sunday-school were delivered in th
Lutheran church by Rev. EdwardI
Horn, 1). 1)., arid Rev. Dr. J. B. Fox
e After th,.eZ;eron at night in th
Luthreran i dhurch, members of th
s ynrodicail 31issionarry Society were en
, foled u pon1 the payment or t he annmmu
nfee of one dlollar. 'A collection was als
-t aken. The amount received was abor
The thanks of synod were tendere
TO BE SOL]
1 Endless Nariet
ard Piico. R P1
the Lutheran congregation of NeW
berry and the citizens generally for the
kindness and hoslitality extended to
Oin Thursday afternoon in respOn.se
to an invitation of Mr. U. A. Moody
superintendent of the Newberry Cotton
Mills, the synod in a body was shown
through t he ills.
On Friday afternoon the synod
visited the college by invitatiorn of the
facilty. The synod was received in
the hall of the Excelsior literary society
and welcomed in a neat speech by Mr.
E. B. Setzler, president of the society.
This address was responded to ky Rev.
J. H. Wilson, president of synod and
Revs. L. E. Busby and J. D. 1owles.
The synod was formerly closed on
Sunday night. The business of the
session was finished at 2 p. m., on
Saturday, when many of the ministers
and delegates were excused front fur
The Republican Executive Committee.
The Republican Executive Committee
held a meeting in New berryon Tuniesday.
They adopted the action of the tate
Executive Committee of the Republi
can party and advise the Republicans
of Newberry County to vote the Has
kell ticket; and also to vote for John R1.
Tolbert for Congress from the Third
District. - Wheu the county chairman,
P. L. Spearman, was asked why they
endorsed the Haskell ticket, his reply
was, he did not know except it was b,
cause the orders had come down from
the State committee and they werejust
obeying orders and following the lead
of the "bell" sheep. Nothing else was
done that we could learn. There was
not a very full meeting.
It is uuderstood that overtures were
made to the chairman to get him to
have his committee endorse a county
ticket. These overtures were made by
Democrats whom we presume were
after putting out an independent ticket
for the Senate and House. But the
Executive Committee declined to take
any action in this matter.
We Can and Do.
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it
has been fully demonstrated to the peo
ple of this country that it is superior to
all other preparations for blood diseases.
It is a positive cure for syphilitic poison
ing, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pimples.
It purifies the whole system and
thoroughly builds up the constitution.
At Belcher, Houseal & Kibler's.
The Graded Schools.
The Newberry Graded Schools have
an enrollment much beyond what was
expected by even the most ardent sup
porter of the system.
There is a total enrollment in the
white school of 282 pupils including the
school at the factory which has 36
The following is the enrollment by
2nd " .....................2
4th " .........................33
5th " ........................3
6th " .........................18
7th " ................. .....2
10th " .........................4
In the col>red school there are 1.55
pupils enrolled making the total in both
white and colored schools of 437 pupils.
If the enrollment keeps up to the pres
ent it wvill be almost necessary to have
another teacher employed.
No contract has yet been mado for
the erection of the building. The
trustees have hardly money enough to.
put up such a building as the town:
needs and ought to have.
We are glad to note the prosperity of
the schools, and we have no doubt they
will prove a blessing to the town.
Jurors for November Term.
The following Petit Jurors were
drawn to serve for the Novenmber term
of the Court which convenes Monday,
10th November. Judge Wallace will
FinsT WEEK.-John S. Beden baugh,
Andrew J1. Counts, J. D. Hornsby, J.
M. .Johnstone, Thos. A. Epting, Chari
toni C. Cromer, John C. Duckett,
Mack WV. B3edenbaugh, Geco. B. Aull,
J. Walter Stockman, Jr., William S.
Boozer, WV. Pat. Fulmer, Jno. WN.
Scott, Jno. M. Suber, Luther WV.
Sheely, A. Hayne Hawkins, T. Henry
Brock, W. Frank Kelly, D. Sim John
son, Jno. L. Epps, Allen WV. Wyse,
Daniel H-am, Trhos. WV. Holloway,
Rtobert W. White, A. Noah Boland,
Geo. M. Long, G. I. Bundrick, W. Matt
Barre, Michael M. Long, T. Hayne
Chalmers, Thos. F. Henidrix, J. WV. P.
Harmon, P. B. Ellesor, Jno. A. Gra
ham, J. Lindsay Bowers, Abner A.
SIcCoxN WXEEK.-E..O, Counts, Wmn.
A. Hill, Thos. .J. Adams, Jno. S. Fair,
Juo. HI. Harmon, Geo. P. Dominick,
P. HI. Koon, JTno. W. C'hapman, W.
Jacob Mills, Lawson P. Dominick, XW.i
Marcus Lester, .Jno. R. Scurry, J.
Willie Caldwell, Geo. X. Sumnmer, A.
P. Dominick, J. Craig Gary, S. J. Mc
C1aughrin, Thos. WV. Hutchiunson, M.
H. Gary, XW. Charlton Sheely, J. Mon
roe Wicker, .Jas. R. Davidson, Jno. B.
Fellers, Bruce Cannon, Levi Kib)ler,
XV. 1). Goodman, G3eo. XW. Bowers, T.
Brooks Hutchinson, Pat. Roland, WV.
D). Hardy, Samuel L. Atchinson, L.
Irenius Epting, (G. XV. F. A bramns, Jas.
XW. Hunter, 0. M. Jamiesotn, E. Pink
We have just opened a very
hiandsomie line of Lamps of all
kir ds which we propose to sell at
very low figrures. It will pay you
to examine our stock before huv
ing elsewhere. We don't con
sider it any trouble to show our
RIOBERWTSON & GILDER.
Highke of a11 in Leavening Power.
D AT SHORI
at Lowest Pos:
Basuie to Sqow I
Meeting of Board of Trade.
The regular monthly meeting of the
New'berry Board of Trade was heid on
There wa nothing of special inpor
tance before the Board. A conimuni
cation was presented from the Lynch
burg Board of Trade setting forth the
action of that body on the Force Bill
and asking the co-operation of the
Newberry Board. The whole matter
was referred to the executive coimnit
tee with instructions to report at next
Two letters were read from S. M.
Pickens in regard to electric lights.
These were also referred to the execu
Dr. 0. B. Mayer, Jr., tendered his
resignation as a member of t he execu
tive committee and Mr. L. W. C. Bla
lock was elected in his place.
Mr. W. T. Tarrant reported from the
cotton conmittee that the Newberry
otton market w.ts ver good now.
Newberry was now paying the top of
the market and as much as Columbia.
A motion was mjade to petition the
rown Council to strike the hours of
the day on the town bell from 7
>'clock in the morning to 6 o'clock in
the evening. The seeretary was in
tructed to give the Couneil notice of
this action, which he has already done.
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tre a positive cure for the worst forms
>f Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency
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old by Belcher, Houseal & Kibler.
Messrs. J. P. and T. C. Pool, of New
berry, have been in the city for several
lays arranging and negotiating for a
Lot on which to establish a large dis
tributing station for horses, and to
rake a contract for erecting the build
Lngs. They are the largest dealers in
aorses in the State and they propose
o move from Newberry. This shows
hat the many advantages that Colum
>ia has are being appreciated by those
ho are not residents, the great ship
ing facilities being the attraction.
Mr. Thomas P. Lane, of this city, the
present owner of the Columbia stock
yard, is associated with them, and it is
rosposed to make the station much
Larger than any in the State. Thbe whole
~orner lot opposite the street car stables
n ervais street, near Lincoln street,
wned by the South Carolina Railraad,
]as been~leased, and accompanying the
Lease is a privilege for the delivery and
shipment of stock at the railroad yard.
L)u this lot will be erected several large
>ildings which can accomodate a
arge number of animals, and which
ill include an office, an infirmary, and
ther necessary departments.
Negotiations are now pending with
ol Tillmian Watson for the erection
f these buildings, and the surveyors
ill begin work to-day finding the
evels and locating lines, preparatory
o locating the foundations.
This new enterprise will be a wel
ome addition to Columibia.-ColumIl
ia Register, 25th.
Helena Heraldings and News Notes.
Mrs. Noah Oxner, of Greenwood,was
n a visit to friends in the village last
Miss Nannie Henderson, of the coun
y, is visitiug Mrs. J. M. Bowers.
Miss Susie Jenkins, of Pendleton, is
n a visit to her aunt Mrs. J1. H. Gail
Miss Carrie Greueker wvent to Lau
ens, Tuesday, where she will spend a
ew days with relatives.
The singing circle will meet at Mr.
The hot supper will he servedl on
Friday night of next week. It is for a
ood purpose, will be very nice, and
you are invited to attend.
"All hands and the cook" are in the
ottoi patch, and the hired girl is hard
Sixteen freight cars wt re ditched last
Friday night near Silver Street, caused
by a broken rail.
Sunday and yesterday were wild and
rratie, something like the political
irit abroad in the land.
"Whither are we drifting?" Alas for
the political juggernaut that has sown
the wind for a whirlwind's reaping!
hv can we not subdue the passions
nd cultivate the better feelings? Why
can not majorities respect the rights Of
minorities, and miinorities, while self
espeting, gracefully yield to the mia
jorit? If but half the interest coulo
be taken in ethical work that is exer
cised in the vexing arena of polities,
how peaceful and prosperous would be
the situation! Compromises among
men, at opport une times, like arbit ri
tion :th e field of dlilacy, is the
key to the solution of political prob
enins. The times are (lark and danger
>s5. It. is a crisis when tile personal
and the individual claims should be in
abeyance. This is indeed "true great
ess! Blut the vital, the basal truth for
us now to confornm, is to imintain the
genius of democracy. T'he nominee of
te March ('onvyention is thle voice oif
the pople, through their representa
tives. for governor. It is the Wppular
'oic of the majority andl is supiremle.
L1st of let tersi uniclairnedi and Advertized
Otoer rs, 1S' s.
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A e.. n. K.( t .Mi Nhl
Ba i , Jlitana T. ilZt ,k avr M
B rint, MVo Keiine i,r.A '
B ailey, Harry Jaet isM r
liten ough~l. F . ha S.,i rs d
Wyn ralph.1. .le I.JJ.
ilaeH:yazb iOy ie ertsk. vry .
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-ame S. G11. R e, Au.ohn 189
Mrs. (kiroline lartman, wife of Mr.
AdaIn. H.artian, died October 24, 1890,
aged 70 years, 11 months and 9 days.
Mr. Burr .. Batage'died at his home
in Newberry oji Tu- sday, 2Sh instant,
aged 72 years.
A sketch ol his life will appear in The
Herald and New:. next week.
M wrs. ancy (loppok. imother of Mr.
.J. WV. 0ppock, of Newberry, died at
her home in the enunty, on S. turday
Some of our farmers have cotmatenced
This community can boast of the be.t
crops that we have had for eight years.
About one-half of the cotton crop
has been "Ithered. Picking is worth
6) cents per hundred.
Rev. J. B. Traywio-k was not able to
fill his appoint ment at Long Pond last
The third Sunday in November has
been set apart as Children's Missionary
DyIV at Zion church. J. W. P. H.
There would be far less complaint
against the whiskey busicss if people
who drin& would demand a fine whis
key, of a standard brand, and accept
no other. There are many straight and
well matured whiskies on the market,
but no other stands so high with the
medical fraternity, and with connois
seurs, as the celebrated I. W. HARPER
WIsI.:KY, of Nelson County, Ken
The genuine T. W. HARPER is sold
only by THOS. Q. BOOZER,
Newberry, S. C.
Circus Train Wrecked.
[Special to Augusta Chronicle.]
MACON, Ga., Oct. 28.-About 5.30
this morning section 1, pulling Bar
num & Bailey's circus from Macon to
Athens. stalled on a heavy giade about
three miles below here, on Murder
creek. The engineer of the second sec
tion cut loose from his train, leaving
his cars standiug at the foot of the
grade, and pushed sect ion 1 u p to Mach
en, sendingr a flagman back to flag
down section 3, which was a very
heavy train, loaded with tents, fixtures
and three sleepers, and pulled by two
The engineer of the third section ob
served that both engines were in back
motion, the back engine sliaing on the
rails. The heavy grade and frosty
track made it impossible to control the
train, and the engine crashed into the
cars standing on the.track, completely
demolishing the two engines, wrecking
two cars, killing nine horses and Mack
Glenn, a fireman, and Kelly, one of the
show men of the circus.
The Coming Season
Will no doubt be a fine one for play
ing ball. Go to the Book Store and
buy yotir Base Ball goods at the lowest
Their Business Booming.
Probably no one thing has caused such a
general riva,l of tra<de at Rtobertson &
(ihier's Drug Store as their giving away to
their customers of so many free trial bottles
of Dr. King's New D)iscov-ery for Consumption
Their trade is simply enormous in this very
valuable article from the tact that it always
cures and never <disappoints. Coughs. Colds.
Asthma. Broncehitis, Croup, andl aln throat and
lung diseases quickly cured. Y ou can test it
before biuying by gettinz a trial bottle free
arge size $1. Every bottle warranted.
The circulation of the blood-quick
ened and enriched-bears life and en
ergy to every portion of the body; ap
petite returns; the hour of rest brings
with it sound repose. This can be se
cured by taking Dr. J. H. McLean's
Their Think-Pans Lighter.
It is not gallant to refer to it perhaps,
but the illustration is necessary. At
birth an average female brain weighs
347 grammes, and the male brain 393.
Trhe female brain begins to lose weight
after the age of thirty ; that of a man
not till ten or fifteen years later. The
Medical Record tells us that there is
just five ounces less amount of brain
matter stanaing between women and
iioeV than there is in the case of a
It is verv- evident from this that our
wives, nmothlers and sisters need to
have a care of themselves. When de
bili ty, depressed spirits, enervated sen
sat ions, loss of appetite anId dyspepsia
mlake their app)earanlce in the home
circle, the ladies should, by all means,
have that universally accepted remedy,
Dr. Westmorcland's C'alisaya Tonic, to
insure a return of health, vigor and
spirits. It is invaluable in mtalarial
districts, and is a sure anti-periodic.
For sale by Robertson & Gilder.
Many Persons are broken
down from overwork or househiold cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the
sys:em, aids digestion, removes excess of bile,
and cures malaria. (iet the genuine.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
temn effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, plea~sing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficia~l in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles'~br all leading drug
gists. Any rel'iable druggist who
may not have ie on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNMA FIG SYRUP Co.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA L,
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AM NOW RECEIVING THE
LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES
EVER OFFERED IN NEWBEBRY.
IN SOLID GOLD,
CASES, OF ALL STYLES,
HUNTING AND OPEN FACE, FOR
LADIES MEN AND BOYS.
And if you cannot come in person,
Watches sent C. 0. D. to any part
of the country, with privilege of ex
amination before paying for them,
when .50 cents accompanies the order,
which will be deducted from the bill.
State the anionat you wish to pay for
a Watch, as I can furnish them at any
price, from the cheapest made up to
IN THIS LINE I KEEP A LARGE
AND ROLLED PLATE
IN RINGS, PINS, EAR-DROPS,
BRACELETS, SCARF PINS,
STUDDS, IN SETS AND
SING LE, GENTS' VEST
QUEEN AND FOB CHAINS,
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CUFFS AND COLLAR
D3ID I HEAR YOU SAY? WELL,
I have them now--and don't you
from the cheapest Nickel Alarm Clock
up. I have a uice line and at prices
never before sold at in this market.
Why buy a clock from a peddler and
pay him two or three times as much as
I sell th]em? Save your hard-earned
dollars by buying from me.
I N GOLD, STEEL AND RUBBER
Frames at all prices. Styles, quali
ties and colors to suit every body, old
and young, big or little, white and
* All Goods Sold Warranted as
Represented. My Experience of :1
years in the .Jewelry Business enables
me to tell my customers whether an
article is Solid or Plated, and they
can rely upon my judgment.
V A V A V A V
I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RE
.Lpairing Fine and Complicated
Watches, Clocks and .Jewelry, and my
prices are as lowest as any other first
I do all my own work, and do not
have to send it of! to be done. I have
the latest and most imp)roved tools and
use nothing but the best material in
my work. :md consequently I am able
to give en tire satisfaction.
* A AIIM Mail and Express Orders will
receive prompt attention. Selection
packages of Watches or Jewelry wvill
be sent to parties furnishing sati.sfac
tory references on receipt of order.
H ighest Market Price WII
be paid for Old Gold or Silver
Next door to Peiham's Drug Store.
THE PLACE TO GET-1:
Milr & JlamieSon 8
Dry Goods, Clothing
Hat and Shoe Store.
W E CALL SPECIAL ATTEN
to our CLOTHING DEPART
MENT. Our line of Business Suits
both in Cutawavs and Sacks. comprises
all the last styles, and will be sold at
sniall profits. See our line of Prince
Albert Suits. Boys' Knee Pants Suits
in great variety. E.amine our Boys'
Never before have we shown YoU
such a full line of these goods. You
can get any kind you need.
Al! the latest shapes as they appear inl
We invite your special attention to
this branch of our business. Only
reliable goods are sold and at very low
prices. You are earnestly invited to
call and see this stock before making a
MINTER & JAMIESON.
OLD SIBD OF ILEY W. ENT.
T HE PUBLTC IS CORDIALLY
invited to call and inspect our line of
Foreign and Domestic. For medical
and general use.
We also have attached a first class
Restaurant, where everything the
market affords will be served at al
hours, day and night, by polite and at
tentive waiters. 8ysters in season.
POOL and BILLIARDS.
Also a nice and elegant Pool and Bil
liard Hall up stairs over the saloon.
Respectfully yours to please,
JAMES DUNBAR, Agent.
PROF. P. M. WHITCAN
716 BROAD ST,, AUGUSTA, GA.
CIVES FREE EYE TESTS
for Presbyopia-old sight,-Myopia
near sight,-Hyperopia-far sight
Simple Compound and Mixed Astig
matism-irregular curve of the cornea
--Anisomnetropia-u ncqual refraction
of two eyes-and Asthenopia-weak
sight. Broken lenses replaced while
you wait. Repairing of all kinds.
Oculists' prescriptions filled.
Testimonials from Rev. Lansing
Burrows, Rev. Wmi. F. Cook, Rev..
S. Patterson, Dr. J. S. Coleman, Dr. S.
P. Hunt, Dr. V. G. Hitt, Dr. W. C.
Wardlaw, Dr. M. A. Clecklew, Robert
H. May, Mayor Ker Boyce, Postmnas
ter, Patrick Walsh, President, "An
gusta Chronicle Co." Also refers to
the editor of this paper.
have not been presen ted, are required
by law to deposit the same with the
undersigned on or before the first day
of November, or that they may be ex
amined and ordered to be paid at the
annual meeling, which will beheld on
the 4th of Nevember.~
GEO. B. CROMER,
Clerk of the Board.
Sept. 29, 1890-4t.
T HIS VALUABLE WORK IS
now going through the press, and
will be ready for subscribers in No
Besides the original Annals of Judge
O'Neall, this book will contain the
names of all the volunteers who went
from New berry District to the war with
Mexico; it wvill contain the names of
all from th'e County who wvere in the
Confederate service in any capacity
that is, all whose names the compiler
has been able to procu re-with the cas
ualties that happened to them; it will
contain an account of the heroic death
of Calvin Crozier, who died that an
other might live; it will contain a
sketch of the trying times of the Re
It will contain some Revolutionary
anecdotes and scraps of history, not
nsually published in the histories of
the State, or of the United States. It
will tell of Emily Geiger and her peril
ous ride. It willt contain sketches of
different sections of the county, of the
schools, of the celebrated Mount Bethel
Academy, of the religious denomina
tions, of beinevoleut societies, of Miss
Galloway and her mission to Egypt,
of changes in business and business
firms, of descendants of families who
long ago left this county.
It will contain some account of War
Times in New berry during the late war
between the States.
Nor is the literature of the country
forgotten, but specimens of that will
be given; the history or the newspapers
will be related. Some account of the
old times, as seen through the eyes of
old men, will be given.
It has beeni the aim of the compiler
to make a bok valuable not only for
the present time, but for generations to
come-a standard work of reference in
the history of Newberry County.
And as the number of copies printed
will be limited, it would be well for all
persons who wish copies to give their
niames, at an early day, to Mr. John A.
Chapmuan, the author and compiler, or
Publishers, New berry, S. C.
TALBOTT & SONS,
ENGINES AND BOILERS, '
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLF,
Are acknowledged to be the best ever
sold in this State. When you buy
one of them, you are satisfied
that you have made
Write for our prices.
A t. bottom figures.
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