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Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
64ervice every tw4) w-ek-. second and fourth
undays, at ; a. In. Sunday-so 10 a. I.
N M. A. J U'L1.1N, Pastor.
o ee ............. ..................... .... a mn
(J1:-1es-4ie-1:alf i(wr befoie tiw arrival of
tr:tins per schedule. viIZ:
For Colurnbi. ........................... .......... . 25 a in
For G;reenvinea a:.d w w... ( 00 p zln
For 'oV Um1 ia..................................... 2 p in
.For L,un'eils ......................................... 4 i n p II
O:1ce Wn re iIn Ope:1 until........... 5 11 p ni
O pell .... ................................................. 44 P y ILI
C lose ..................................................... 7 :U P III
ARIIVAL AND OPI:Tel:E uv STAR Ra eTE
NF%%'I:l1V AND) UTOPIA.
Leave N1onday an oThursday..... ......... p im
Arrive Mond;ty a id Thur.,lay............. ,p1 in
Leave Tue.winay an d Vriiiay........... ...... : p In
Arrive Tiiy-a% and Frida .................. 12 in
Lv. Tusday. Timr.inyan1 :0turday... 1 pnm
Ar. Tuesday,'Ih titslhy and Saturdiay... 32 1.1
I. MOORMAN. P. M.
The Mt. Bethel Alliance No. 797 will
hold a call nicetiig on Saturdry, De
cember Wth, at 2 o'clock, p. in. All
members are requested to he present.
J. A. MCUIIAw, Secretary.
Fruits! Fruits!! Fruits!!!
Oranges. Lemons, Bananas, Dates,
Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Nuts, &C., at
A full attendance of the members of
Gallian Alliance is earnestly desired
at the regular meeting on the second
Saturday in December, 1:th iistant.
Business of great importance.
Everybo(ly would like a nice Christ
mas present, and everybody would like
to give one. In selecting such a pres
ent you want something that is nice,
meat and durable. The place to get
ju4t what you want is from Cap. Jno.
F. Speck, our popular jeweler. He has
an elegant line of silverware and al
most anything you desire.
Programme for Teacher% Association.
Primary work illustrated with a class
fro. the Newberry graded school
Miss 0. E. G"arlington.
A regular course of study forour pub
lie schools-Mrs. J. A. Long.
The best method of teaching arithme
tie will a6o be discussed.
The- association will meet at the
graded school building at lj:3) a. m.
The presence of every teacher in the
county is earnestly requested. The ex
ercises will be interestiUg and instrue
If you want a tree Picture Frame or
Album go to Salter's Photograph Gal
Seed Warehouse Falls.
On last Thursday morning the foun
dation of the cotton seed house of the
Newberry Cotton Seed Oil Mill gave
way and the seed was let to the ground.
There were about :30,00u bushels of
seed in the house and the foundations
were not suticiently strong for so much
weight. The loss will be about $300.
The damage will be repaired.
Work on another seed warehouse will
begin to-day. It will have the ground
for a floor, and there will be no imme
diate danger of the bottom dropping
At the annual election of officers to
serve Amity Lodge, No. S-, A. F. M.,
held last MIonday night, the following
John 0. Peoples, W. ML
N. B. Mazyck, S. W.
G. A. Moody, J. WV.
L. M. Speers, Treasurer.
J. H. M. Kinard, Secretary.
The installation of ofhilers will c >mie
off on MIonday the :? 1 instant.
Fresh Buck Wheat and finest New
Crop New Orleans Molasses to be had
at 3MC[NTOSH. tf
100,000 bushels Cot
ton Seed at the Oil Mill.
Highest cash price paid.
L. W. FL OYD,
tr %ecy Treas. aind Mana;rer.
The McKinley Bill Has Done It !
Canned Goods have advanced. Come
and supply yourself before I dispose of
mystock-purchase before the rise.
tf' F. B. MiCINTOSH.
Cooper Pianas and Packard Organs.
I will sell the. above direct frornl the
factory. Thley sec first-class in every
particular and have' ir aprovements that
no others plossess. Needs only to be
seen and tried to be appreciated. Write
me for terms and prices before buying
elsewhere. L. A. H A WK INs,
NewLbrry, S. C.
One C-xnplete Amateur Phot )graph
Outfit for sale at half cost. Ap1'v or
address New York Rtacket Store, New
berry, S. C., for further information. t f
At Co.t! At Cost!
Floyd & Purcell will dlissolve partner
ship ~on 1st JIanuary, 191. They are
selling oat at New Turk cost. tf
Finest New Crop Layer Figs at
Knighlts of Honor.
At a regular meeting of Newberry
Lodge, No. 355, Knights oflHonor, held
Tuesday eveninir. Decemuber 2, the fol
lowing~oflieers were elected to serve the
ensuing year, and will be installed on
Tuesday evening, .January G:
J).-W. W\. H odges.
V. D.--Jos. I)rot wn.
R.-J. Hi. 31. Kinard.'
F. R.-J. B. Fellers.
T.-L. M. Spleers.
C.-Rev. G. W\. Holland, D). D.
G.--F. A. Scebumpellrt.
Trustees-M. A. Carlisle, G. S.
M':wer, A. HI. Wheeler.
Representatr':es to Grand Lodge-I).
B. Wheeler. Alternate-L. M. Speers.
Auditing C'onnutittee--S. P. Boozer,
G. G. Sale, 1). B. Wh:eler. I
Catarrh Can't 1be Cured
with LOCALI APPLICATIONS, as
thev~ canntot reach the seat of the dis-1
ea.d. (Catarrhi' is a blood or constitu
tional disease. andi iln order to cure it
you have to take iterntal remedies.
Hall's Catarrah (u re is taken internally,
and acts directly on the.. blood and
mucous surfaces. H lall's (Catarrh Cutre
is nmo g~uack mei.'lcine. It was pre
scribed ty oneC of the b.est phylisicians
in this cozutry for years,.andl i a regu
lar p)rescription1. It is compI~o5ed of the
best tonics Known, combined wvith the
best blood puritiers. acting directly on
the mucous surfaccs. Thes perfect comi
bination of tihe two ingredients is what
producs such1 won-ierful results in
curing catarrih. Send for testimionials
F. J. CHI EN EY & CO.. Props.,
Soldi by drug hts, price 75c.
If vou feel "out of sorts.o cross and
peev'ishtake Dr. J. 11. McLean's Sarsa
plaritla: ch:eerfuiness will return and life
will acquire nlew zest.
C.hildren Crv for Pitcher's_Castoria.
A BIG LO
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The corriedy success "Little Nugget,"
Opera House Monday Dec. sti.
The time for paying State and Coun
ty taxes will expire on tne 1.5th inst.
Everybody is expected to go to Co
lu-ibia to-day to see the inauguration.
The ticket office of the C. & . . .
was, broken into last Thursday night
and robbed of20.9).
Rev. M. J. Epting preached two able
sernons at the Lutheran church Sun
day morning and night.
Rev. W. 'T. Hundley, of Johnston,
is expected to preach in the Baptist
church next Sunday morning.
Miss Carrie Abranis, daughter of Mr.
I. Z. A6brams, was married yesterday
to Mr. Cauthen of Kershaw County.
Miss DrucieGilmore in "Little Nug
get" is a very clever sombrette and
made a big hit in New York City last
season in "a pair of Jacks."
"Paul's Experience contrasted with
Timothy's" will be the theme of next
Sunday night's discourse by Rev. W.
C. Sehaeffter in the Lutheran church.
The union service on next Sunday
night will be held at the Thoipson
Street church and the sermon will be
preached by Rev. W. T. Hundley.
The hot supper given on last Wed
nesday night for the benefit of the
Ru therford School District was a suc
cess. Tihe school will open next Mon
The Countv Commissioners will hold
an election on 20th inst. See notice.
Mr. Robert Fair of Newberry has
been appointed a page in the House by
The passenger train on the C., N. and
L. Railroad now leaves New berry at 8
a. w., arriving in Columbia at 9:5-5 a.
m., leaves Columbia at 5:45 . in. and
arrives at Newberry at 7:35 p. i.
Rev. Dr. J. B. Fox has moved into
his new home on college campus.
If you want to sell your Christmas
goods you had better let the people
know it, and there is no better way of
doing this than through the columns
of The Herald and News.
"Little Nugget" the comedy success
comes with very flattering press notices
and no doubt will have a crowded house
the sale of seats open Friday morning,
December 5th, at Wright's Book Store,
,t 9 a. m.
The County Commissioners held
their regular meeting on Tuesday. The
bonds of Arthur Kibler, School Con
missioner, and J. B. Fellers, Probate
Judge, were filed and approved. It is
expected that the new board will be
ready to take charge before the next
meeting on the 20th instant.
Siewberry luilding and Loan Association.
The members of the New berry Build
ng and Loan Association are hereby
aotified that the 63rd assessmrent will
ae due and must be paid Friday,
December 5,1890, and that the Board of
Directors will meet in the Council
:hamiber on Monday, December8 th,
[890, at 8 o'clock p. mi., to sell the
Toney on hand.
Any 'ne wishing to borrow money
'romn the association can leave his ap
>lication with .the secretary at the Na
:ional Bank of'Newvberry.
J. XW. M. SIMMoxs,
3Mr. W. T. Davis, of Asheville, is in
Mr. J. P. Maugumn has returned to
Mrs. E. P. McClintock has returned
Rev. Jesse Rushton is visiting Mr.
'hos. F. Harmon.
Lieut. Governor E. B. Gary spent
sunday in Newberry.
Miss Azilie Simpson, of A tlanta, is
risiting friends in Newberry.
Rev. A. A. Gilbert, of Giaffney, is on
ivisit to friends in New berry.
Dr. Jas Mcintosh has gone to New
Eork wvhere he will spend several
J. K. P. Goggans, Esq., wvent over to
Edgefield last Saturday on] professional
Mr. David Rikard, of Prosperity, left
>n Monday for Glenville, Mississippi,
.o visit his son.
Mr. Ernest Folk has returned to
['exas. One of his younger brothers
Mr. F. Werber, Jr., of Washington,
s on a month's vacation and is visiting
Jis father in New berry.
Attorney General Y. J. Pope and So
ieitor Schumpert cane home on Satur
lay and remained until Tuesday.
Mrs. E. S. Herbert, who has been on
i esit to relatives in New berry, return
~2 to her home in Orangeburg 01n Trues
M 3. E. B. Gary spent several
lays :n New berry the first part of the
veek on her way to Columbia, to be
fre:.en r at the inaugnration.
Pro> T. WX. Gary, of Anderson, who
ias be.1 at his father's h]ome in this
rounty ' n the sick list, was able to re
.urn to i.i s work last Monday.
When Baby was zick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became 31iss. she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children,.she gave them Castoria.
Their Business tboomning.
Probiably no one thing ha, cause such51(1 a
reeratl rival 0of trade at~u Rbertsion &
'iider's Drug Mtore as their iving away to
.heir cuistom,ers of so many free trial biott les
i Dr. Kingi.'s New Discovei-y fr lonst'uniptioni
t'heir trade is simply eniormuous in tis very
aluable article from the tact that it always
:ures and never disappoints. Uom:zhs. Cold's.
tlhmia, Bronchiti... Group. andi all I biroat and
una diseases quick..ly cured. You can test it
jefore buying by getting a trial bottle free
trge size $1. Every bottle warrauted.
ITere wouIld be far less complaint
tgainst the whiskey bulsiness if people
who drin . would dlemland a line wvhis
key, o)f a standard brand, and accept
imo other. 'rhere are many straight and
well matured wlhiskies on the market,
but nio other standls so high with the
medical fraternity, and with connois
seurs, as the celeb.rated I. W. H ARPERt
WHIISKE\, of Nelson Coun]ty, Ken
The genuine I. WV. HARPER is sold
:nly by THOS. Q. BOOZER.,
New berry, S. C.
Ser ved every day a/Jones'
Mestaurant. Meals fur
nished at any hour on short
F OF GOODS
1ishintp Goods i
to se Our StOl
TILE QUAKEN: SETTLEMENT,
The Old Bush Uiver Burying Ground to b
Many years ig(o there was what wa
known~ as the Quaker Settlement il
Newberry. It was on Bush Rivei
JudgeO)'Neall in hisannals says,"Whe
the settlenent, commenced or whene
ca 'ie the great body of settlers, it i
out of my lwer to say with certainty.
But thev cam,- and were here, bt lon
since as a distinct organization hav
passed away. .JuAge O'Neall is sur
they were here before 1762. But evei
when his annals were written, fort,
years ago, he says, "Everything relat iii
to friends hcrc is now a novelty." Bu
certain it is at one time they formed i
considerable and a very respectabli
body of our citizenship. They had thre
places of meeting, as we learn fron
O'Neall, but the most important wa!
at Bush River, where they had a meet
ing-house and a graveyard, wher
many of the early settlers now repose.
It is in regard to this latter that wi
propose now to speak. The meetinz
house has been removed during the pas
twenty years. The meeting house wa,
just four miles from Newberry, ne&
Mendenhall's, now Langford's, mill
Here, too, is the graveyard.
During the past several years th4
grounds have been much neglected an(
the graveyard .s a wilderness of bushe,
Several years ago Maj. L. J. Jone.
and several others started to have tho
graveyard enclosed with a good fence
and the rock post were hauled, but no
thing further was done.
In 1860 Judge O'Neall obtained i
grant from the Legislature, or rathei
from Gov. Win. H. Gist, as Governoi
of the State, under an act of the Legis
lature.establishing the mode of grant
ing lands then vacant. Judge O'Neal
did this in order to preserve intact th(
meeting-house lot and the graveyard.
In this grant it is described as th(
"Friends' Bush River Meeting Housf
lot." There is a little over five acres ir
the lot according to the plat which ac
companies this grant.
Maj. Jones will have an order passec
by the Courts transferring this lot tc
trustees of the Friends' Society ir
North Carolina,. who will have the
graveyard properly cared for. Mr.Wal
ter I. Herbert has been appointed local
trustee to attend to the matter.
Last week Mr. James R. Jones, q
minister of the friends, and Mr. Elibu
E. Mendenhall, came over to Newber
ry from North Carolina to look aftez
this matter. They were the guests ol
of Maj. L. J. Jones while here.
They went out to the place and had
the lot resurveyed by Mr. G. M. Girar
dleau and made arrangements to have
the graveyard cleared off and a sub
stantial fence built around the lot.
The neigh bors and friends will assist
in this work, and already the clearing
away has began. This is one of the
oldest burying grounds in Newberry.
M r. Menden ball is a son of Dr. Men
denhall, who was once a prominent
citizen of New berry. Mr. Jones, as
stated above, is a minister of the
Flriends' Soaiety, and onl last Sunday
p)reached a most admirable sermon in
the Newberry Baptist church. He was
introduced to the congregation by Mr.
J. B. Carwile in very ap)propriate and
titting terms. His sermon is very higb
ly spoken of by all who heard it. He
also preached at New Chapel on Sun
They returned to their home in North
C:arolina on Tuesda'v.
Fire at Kinard's.
The gin house of Mr.W. O. Gor'ee, at
Kinard's. was burned on Truesday be
tween 12 and 1 o'clock. The fire origin
ated from a spark from the engine.
Thle gin house, gin, condenser and
press and about two car Joads of seed
were completely destroyed, besidesa
lot of cotton in the seed. About fifteen
or t wenty bales of cotton were also bad
ly damaged. Tile engine was not in
jured, being on the side of the building
and was removed. The total loss is
about S3,000. Mr. Goree's loss is about
31,.500 or $2,000. Mr. Summer and Dr.
0. B. Evans also lost heavily, having
cotton in the house.
That we have just opened a very
handsome line of Christmas Nov..
elties-something new and attrac
tive. Drop in and look at or
display. Popular selections ai
popular prices. No trouble to show
goods. Don't forget that Robert.
son & Gilder's is the place to bu3
Farmina that Pays.
31r. J. S. Nichols, of No. 9 Township,
has gathered this year froml one acre of
and planlted in cotton 2,254 p)ounds oj
ettoni in thle seed and, he still has
somel to pick. Tile only fertilizer he
used on the land this year was 423
bushels of cot ton seed and 200 pound!
of acid. In )ecember he gave the land
a golod subso 'ing, and in February h
turned it again. In March he ran of
his rows live feet apart and put down
his 423 bushels of seed in the drill very
decep anid bedde2d onl them. Even at
thec present low price of cotton, he ha!
sold1 $53 worthl of cotton from this acr4
and has 117 pounds of lint, beside!
muore to pick, and all his seed. The
total cost of cultivation, including fer
tilizer will not exceed i25 or $30, leav
ing a clear profit on one acre of at leasi
T1hat is farmuing thlat pays. If oui
farmers would wvork less land, manlurt
it better, and work it more thoroughly,
they would findl it more profitable and
also rcalize thlat farming does pay.
He Lives at Home.
Mr. John Cousins is a small farmel
who came to this country from Hollani
just 21 years ago.
H-e worked the past year with hi:
own famlily on a two horse farm. He haa
mot paid out biut $10 during the year t<
help make his crop, andl buys nothing
for hlis farmi use that can be raised of
the farm. He has only bought $
wore of bacon this year and has sol
noein more. He has miade this year wit]
his t wo horse farm 200 bushels of corn
15" b:asbels of sweet potatoes :100 bush
els of oats :7i bushels of wvheat and 2
bales of cotton. He has gath]ered 3,00
pounds of hay, and sold a considerabl
qIuantit of milk and butter during th
We ha:ve the best country ;in th
world and the farmers can be the mos
inidependenmt and happy of our peopl
if they only would.
Children Cry fnr Pitchae Cas+to
TO BE SOL
n Endless V ariet
aRq PilCO8. fi P1
Last Monday brought a lar-,,e vrowd
to town. It was a fine day Save tle
dust. There was a e onsider.;iale quan
tity of land to be sold and it brough t
fair prices as will be se en below:
M.ASTERs SA LES.
The following are the SaleS by I
e In the case of Kinard, dninistatr
s vs. Brown, house and lot in twn. con
'' taining half acre, to MIrs. Eloisv Brown
" for .$2,100; vacant lot in town eo,ntain
e ing 1 77-10 acres to T. Q. Boozer for
e $4.30; 400 acres to Mrs. Eloise Brown for
l $1,62-5; 459 acres to MI. M. Baker for : I,
r 010. The other portion of this land was
, not sold.
t In the case of Caldwell vs. Caldwell
.1 the sale was postponed. .
B In the case of the British American.
e Mortgage Co. v.A. Spearman, 158 3-10
1 acres were bought by Jas. K. P. Gog
3 gans for $700.
- In the case of Harmon vs. Wagoner,
B house and lot in town; oneacre, to Mrs.
Cora Durham Harmon for $2,025; 181
? acres tc the same for $1,500; 13S acres to
; the same for $1,410; .34k acres to .1. Hen
t ry Chappell for $455: 47 acres to Wim.
3 Longford for $860, 23-* acres to Geo. S.
r Mower for $200.
In the case of Dewalt vs. Workman,
350 acres to F. H. Dominick for ;2,700).
? In case of DeWalt vs. Gallman, No.
I 1, Home Place, 166 acres to T. W. Gall
man for $3,260; No. 2, 93 aeres to D. H.
Wheeler for $620; No. 3, 8., acres to 1).
H. Wheeler for $300; No. 4, 40 acres to
XW. H. Bobb for $250; No. 5, 1:01, acres
to J. J. Gallman for .700; No. (, 65
acres to Geo. S. Mower for o35; No. 7,
8.51 acres to Lambert Moore for $405.
in the case of the Bank vs. Wise
5Bros., 601 acres to Mrs. R. K. Wise for
In the case of Coats vs. Glenn, 11
acres to T. A. Williams for $620: 13
acres to Bishop and Julien for $595.
In the case of Caldwell vs. Martin, 20
acres to Dr. G. B. Caldwell for $3,000.
In the case of Bickley vs. Bickley, !0
acres to J. Simeon Bickley for S$so.
In the case of Boinest vs. Boinest 621
acres to W. B. Boinest for $650.
PROBATE JUDGE'S SALES.
The Probate Judge made sales only
in three cases;
In the case of Kinard vs. Maybin, the
sale was postponed.
In the case of Thompson vs. Chal
mers, 10.5 acres to Dr. W. C. Brown for
In the case of McGraw vs. McGraw,
116 acres to Mrs. Mary E. McGraw for
In the case of Greneker vs. Jones,
half acre lot in town, to Mrs. Corrie
Greneker for $2,005.
The Sheriff had only one sale adver
tised--a lot in Chappells for delinquent
taxes. There was no bit. der and it was
bought in by the Auditor.
Several other sales were made during
Every thing passed off quietly~ and
pleasantly, as far as we have been able
to learn, and everybody seemed to be
in a good humor and happy. It was
the only genuine saleday we have had:
in New berry this season.
Santa Claus' Headquarters!
That prince of good fellows-that I
dear old Santa Claus-is on his rounds,]
and the hearts of the people rejoice at
his coming. And- well they may, for 5
what period of all the year brings such
joyousness to each individual'? It is a
time when some of us turn our backs -
for the nonce on grima-visaged care, and
indulge ourselves in remembrance of
others. Alas that it were not so with!
all! A rich profusion is made for the
coming Xmas-tide and the place is
Pelhaim's. Call and see the beautiful <
goods for all ages. Presents for sweet
heart, wife, or friend. To~ys for the
children, and a thousand and one
things for everybody. No charge fori
looking. Call at Pelhanm's and see for
It may be of interest to our readers to
know on what committaes our mem
bers in the the Legislature are servijng.
Senator Keitt is chairman of the Coin
mittee on Retrenchment and Reform.
He is also a member of the committee
on Charitable Institutions; Committee
on Finances; On Judiciary; On Milita
Of our representatives, Mr. Scott is
on the Committee on Incorporations,
Mr. Blease is a member of the Com
mittee on Privileges and Elections; and
Mr. Hardy is chairman of the Com
mittee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries,
and also a member of the Ways and
About Electric Lights.
It may be "much ado about noth
ing," but we simply rise to remark that
Mr. Henry 0. Reed, of New York, rep
resenting the New York Contract Co.,
was in Newberry last week. And
further that his company establishes
electric light plants and builds water
works in towns like Newberry when
the proper encouragement is given by
the towns. He was on a prospecting
tour but did not close the contract for
Newberry. He will return again andI
if we want to move forward then the
contract can be made with Mr. Reed or
some one else. A system of water
works is almost a necessity. As to
light we can get along a little while yet
through the darkness. But if Newber
ry had her eyes properly open she would
not hesitate long about these things.
The Newberry cotton market as
quoted yesterday by 0. McRi. Holnes
Good Middling S8
Low Middling 8
Good Ordinary 7a
Receipts for three weeks ending yes
t*erday 1487 bales. Total since Septem
ber 1st, 10,150 bales.
Tfhe pleasant flavor, gentle action andI
soothing eff'ects of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious the
most gratifying results follow its use,
so that it is the best famiily remedy
known and every family should have a
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
D AT SHOW
at Lowest P o
,easu to 8qow [
JOTTINGs FROM JALAPA.
JAL.A'A. Nw!;XnRY COUNTY, Dec.
I.- Ihe fatrmiers have made good use of
their tinie anl "made hay while the
sun shone.' tiey are about through
at hrinz the largest cotton Crop since
1Ss2 dad all wouli be in good spirits if
the price was not so low. Many intend
t-> lihi t;leir cotton as long as possible
in lh,,pe. of a better price.
Work on the Columbia, Newberry
and Laurens Railroad is being pushed
right along by the contractors. With
the exception of about a quarter of a
mile above this town the grading is
finished from Jalapa to Goldville.
A bou t three miles of track is laid below
Jalapa towards New berry. Dr. Folk of
Georgetown, owns a track of land
which the road will run through, but
the price of right of way could not be
agreed upon and a few days ago a jury
was called in and decided to give Dr.
Folk four hundred dollars. Mr. M. A.
Uarlisle, who is counsel for the road,
There are several applicants for the
Aice of trial justice at Jalapa, viz, the
neumbent, .J. B. Campbell, W. C.
"i W. L. Walters and Mr. John
Lrispe. Mr. Sligh and Crispe have sent
In petitions. They say that the incum
bent must go, not because he has not
lone his duty, but on account of politi
,al reasons. He was a leading Anti
rillmanite at Jalapa and was president
>f the Conservative Democratic Club.
Not withstanding every grand jury
which examined his books compli
miented him on the way be kept them,
yet lie opposed Tillman, so
"Off with his head
So much fur Buckingham!"
The only one of the Newberry dele
3tion who is nledged to vote for Sena
:or Hampton is Mr C. L. Blease, New
>erry's young and promising Repre
;entative. We do hope that others of
:he delegation will fall in with Mr.
Please, and let it be said of Newberry
:hat she did her part nobly. This may
>e the last chance we may ever have of
ionoring Hampton, whi,e in all pro
>ability the opportunity may soon
:ome when we can accord the same
ionor to younger nen.-Special to the
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Newberry Lutheran Conference.
The Newberry Lutheran Conference
vas held at Colony church last Friday,
saturday and Sunday.
The following officers were elected
or the ensuing year:
President, Rev. M. J. Epting; Sec
etary, Rev. Wn. A. Juliani; Treasurer.
~Iajor Jacob Epting.
The neces-ity of reorganizing the pas
orates in connection with the con
erence was discussed and the fol
owing committee was appointed to
ubmit a plan to the next meeting:
Revs. J. A. Sligh and W. A. Julian,
Lnd Messrs. H. H. Folk, Edward R.
lipp and L. M1. Fellers.
It was decided to hold the next meet
ug at Bethlehem church on Friday
>efore the fifth Sunday in March,
The pr1esident was instructed to pre
ent to the several conferences in the
outh Carolina Synod the question of
iolding a Lutheran re-union at Little
f1ountain during next summer, and
sk that at the next meeting of the
everal conferences action be taken and
he proper committees appointed.
The advisability of the conference
mrploying a traveling missionary was
liscussed, an d resolutions adopted look
ng to making the necessry arrange
The following appointments were
nade for the next conference:
Opening sermon-Rev. M. J. Epting;
~ermnon on missions--Rev.W. C.Schaef
er ; Sunday sermon-Rev. T. 0. Keis
The New and the Old.
The annual appointments of the
~fethodist Conference are always look
d forward to with considerable interest.
['hey are p)ublish]ed in full elsewhere.
As will be seen both Rev. Wightman
Lnd Lawton leave us. Mr. Wightman
ras been on the station two years and
VIr. Lawton has served the circuit but
me year. Thley are both pleasant gen
lemen and earnest workers and have
nade many friends in Newberry,
vhose best wishes will follow them in
heir new fields of labor.
;The Rev. Mr. Mann, who succeeds
Rev. Mr. Lawton, we do not know,
>ut he was the past year on Saluda cir
:uit just across the river from us.
The Rev. Mr. Daniel who will sue
:eed Mr. Wightmnan has many friends
n Newberry. He graduated at New
Jerry in ]8~9. We wvelcome these new
rethren among us and trust they will
ind it both pleasant and profitable to
ojournl with us.
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?5ols, and all other diseases of
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Helenia Ueralding;s andl( Newa Notes.
Mr. Wmn. Zobel who, it will be re
.nmberedl, received a severe strike of
paralysis nearly a fortnmight ago, is
Mrs. Ben. Pennington, of Ninety Six,
spent a few days with relatives in the
village the early part of the week.
Mr's. ('ole. L. Blease is on a visit to
Mis ('arrie G;ren~eker hais returned
tronm a visit to relativyes in Laurenis
Miss Annie Leeze Day, after a pleas
ant vis.it to friends here, ret urned to
her home at (Chatppells laist Tuesday.
Dr. Preston Beam and his bright lit
tLe daughter, froni Piedmiont, paidl a
visit to relatives in Helena lasit week.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
for Infants and Children.
"Castoriissowelladaptedtochildrentat Cast4is C90ci Cospa
Irecommend itassuperior to anyprescription S rms* aa d
!nown to me." H. A. ARcR, M. D., gftton.
Ill So. O:ford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Without njuious edicn.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and For several yews I have
its merits so well know. that it seems a work y CsWria,I and shall akwaYs
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the doso as it bw invariably Pr&D3led
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria e
within easy reach." FDvne F. PARD= X
CARLos MARTr, D. Wntrop,"15h street and1
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Cooker, W. D. Nelson, J. H. H IS VA LUABLE WORK IS
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Graham. W. D). Williams, 31iss Clara will soon be ready for subscribers.
Greenwood. Flore- ce Wardsworth, 3!iss Liz- iBesides the original Annals of JUdge
Green,t Dr.ton - .i O''Neall, this book will contain the
.Jacks~on, Auna (P'kg )names of all the volunteers who Went
Jenkins, Charlie Yiounig. Mirs. Ellen -from New berry District to the war with
egag.e r t e rs wn!Mexico: it wi!l eontain the nmsof
I peas s~ tattncwr. Madv x.rP.sed . all from t he County who were in the
- - I ( Con federate service in any capaetty- ~
Epoch. that is, all whos names~ the compiler ~~
The tranmitlon tram long. lingering andi has been able to procure-with the ca
painful sickness to robust htealth marks an ualites that happened to themt it will
epoch in the. health o1 the individiual. Such contain an account of the heroic death
a reuxarkable event is treasured in the mnern- of C'alvin ('rozier, wvho died that an
ahd hen aied is rateul bl-se ie othe~r might live: it will contain a
it ist hat so much is heard in praise of Electric sketch of the trying timues of the Re
Bitters. So many feel they owe their resto- construlctionl
- t he a lt oi. vo eu troubled wih an - It will contain some Revolutionary
diseaise of Kidzneys. Liver or Stomnach. of lon' anecdotes and se'-aps of history, Dot
or short standing you wiln surely find reliefuualpbiheinte isreso
pe ottle at trBitso:i t ldes u-tihe State. or of the, Un ited States. It
store. waill tell of l-mily bei.:er and her peri
ous- ride, It will contain sketches of
ditit-ren't -ecutions of the county, of the
OFA LLPLASTERS scolso t' el sdeno ninthe
rbed byPscans, but only t io. ofbe i t eties, of Miss
cenlymtrSuedgenerally. R :iwyay her mi-sion to Eyt
R..ROSENOS E fi rmn, el4de:-eenant.. of faimihes who -
e- ,Q lon nolet t his coun ty.
~ellpsi I t wi llcoti some amccotimt of War
R PLASTERS. T "eber during the late war
E he best rorous Plaster made Noi th iterutilre oif the country
oales,painsandweakpla rgoe, but spec*imenls of that will -
Unlike other plasters, so be sur e *'iv-mu- the ii-tory oi the newspapers.
g d e the genuine with the pic waill lbe rea ted. Sonme aceount of the
E ture of a bell onuthetbaCK-CsOof
FR IT It has hcen the aim of the compiler
-to make abook, valuable not only for
r -d. W, rile for 'a- uple E~Ethe preant time. bu t for generations to
n-omwniuan comi..v. come-a standard work of reference in
N ark. N. J-. the history of New berry County.
Antprotits per month. Wii And as the nUmbler of copies printed
-e prove-it or pay forfeit. New For- will be limited, it would be well for all
r -v reIe all. W~. H. (!heterP & persons who wish copies to give their
-.: Bo:md st.. y. Y. names, at aln eatrly day, to Mr..onA
- ---------Cb:'pman, the author and compiler, or
nDnTrnT11 4. to AULL1 & HOUSEAL,
dre-'in,.ath Publishers, Newberry, S. C. -
F -rorm in ury by~ the-F1y "by top-desn with_
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BEATTY'SI PN ewOS.0 *r ga ns. -F
address Ex-3Mayor DANIEL F. BEATY, -
Wasingon,N.J. R R ne.
November2fi, 1890, by Rev. G.W.Ho]
hid, D. D., 'Mr. BeDj. T. Pavzinger, o
Newberry county, and iiss Jul:t
Strother. daughter of Juo. C. it rother
of Edgefield county, S. C.
November 27, 189(.. at the residence o
Rev. G. W. Holland, College Place
Newberry. S. C., I arriet S. Bittle
youngest daughter of the late Presideat
Bittle, of Roanoke College, Va., t<
George B. Cromer, Esq. OgZiciating
clergymen, Rev. Dr. (i. W. Holland
brother-in-law of the bride, and Pasto:
W. C. Schaef'er.
Miss Rosanna Boozer, died at the
home of her nephew, Mr. A. L. Boozer,
in the St. Luke's community, Noy. 26,
1890, aged 71 years, 4 months and 1(
in the Shadow of the Christmas-tide.
THOMAS FERGUSON GRENEKER.
One year ago, to-day, December 3d,
the spirit of Mr. T. F. Greneker le. t the
shackles of the flesh!
Though his illness was of long dura
tion and painful, he fell gently upon
his dreamless sleep. During the night
he repeated the lines of the child's peti
tion, as though again at his mother's
knee, "Now, I lay me down to sleep."
He stopped with the words "If I should
die"-upon his lips. The prayer was
finished by the angels in the early hour
of morning, for a face that had been fur
rowed by pain renewed its youth and
was left as placid as that of a sleeping
child! He died with his band upon the
rope above his head which he had
placed there to change his position.
His tireless energy in a life that was
seldom without physical pain, and in
a business remorselessly exacting, was
known to all who knew him as the
editor and proprietor of the Newberry
Herald for many years.
Thomas F. Greieker was the eldest
son of Capt. Thomas Greneker, of the
merchant marine service at Charles
ton, and died in the 63d year of his
He was an honorable citizen, and his
religious life was blameless. To us his
memory is precious.
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