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Local and. S.ecial
smith . Wearn
Make their summer announcement
this week. A dollar goes a long way
at their store, and a fat purse will not 1
get lean when invested in their elegant
thin goods. See their ad.
Ice House
Will be open every Sunday 9 to 10
a.m.;12 to 1p.m.;6to7p. m. Ice;
tickets for sale at my store.
tf ,SAx B. JONES.
. A Newberry Boy Honored.
Mr. I. H. Hunt of the South Caroli
na University has been elected by his
Fraternity, the "Sigma Nu," to repre
sent it and repnd to all toasts, at the
annual Pan-Hellenic Banquet to be
held in the Agricultural Hall, Colum
bia, S. C., on the evening of the 12th,
This is quite an honor, and The Her
aid and News congratulates "Hamp"
- on his success and the honor con
Just received some new frames, Louis
XIV style-oxidized and genuine sil
ver-gilded, at
The ComingSeason
Will be a good one for playing Ball.
You can find the flest Base-ball goods
at the Bookstore. 1y
Newberry Building and Loan Asseciation.
The members of the Newberry Build
ing and Loan Association are hereby
notified that the 69th assessment will
be due and must be paid Friday,
June 5, 1891, and that the Board of
Directors will meet in the Council
Chambers on Monday, June 8th,
1891, at 8 o'clock p. m., to sell the
money on hand.
Any one wishing to borrow money
from the association can leave b':s ap
plication with the secretary at the Na
tional Bank of Newberry.
it Secretary.
The celebrated Monogram Vinegar is
the best cider vinegar in the market.
Pickles were never known to roil
when made with it. For sale at
tf Corner Drug Store.
At Leavell & Bpeers.
Large and pretty line of Wall Paper
and Borders, Ceiling and Extension
Centre. Call and see them. Willing
to show them. tf
Shingles ! Shingles!
I have on hand two car-loads of the
t. No. 1 shingles that I am selling at
usand. This is your op
-~ "- "'n es
onay morning. He was
lot showing his cattle to some
one who desired-to purchase when one
of the cattle made a plunge at him and
ran over him. He was prially un
conscious for some time. H' son sent
.to Newberry for a physician and Dr.
McIntosh went at once to see him. It
- was found that he was not as badly
hurt as at first thought and at last
accounts he was doing very well, but
still he was pretty badly injured.
A Wonderful Invention
-On.ehibition at D. B. Wfteeler's
Sewngacine offce.. It is the Clay
ton Sewing Mehne Motor. It enables
the sewing machine.perator to sew in
definitely without the s.f the treadle,
steam, water or elentricity. vrybody
and especially the ladies are invited to
call, examine and test the machine;
and be convinced that they need one.
And don't forget that you can buy
the best Sewing Machines that are
made from D. B. Wheeler:-The
Wheeler & Wilson No. 9, The Stand
ard, Davis, New Home, Domestic, and
cheaper ones such as The White, The
Union, etc. -tf
*Straw Hats in latest styles and end
less variet~y at BLAL&oCK's. if
Pickles! Pickles!! Pickles !!!
Mixed Pickles in barrels, Cucumber
SPickles in barrels, and a fullassortment
.of bottle pickles at McIntosh's. ly.
He Shot His Brother.
On last Monday afternoon John
Sloan and Albert Sloan, two broth
ers who live about two miles from
Newberry, got in a quarrel and
John was shot in the head by Albert
and slightly wounded. Albert was
Splaying a game of cards with some
negro boys, and his younger brothers
Swere present. John remonstrated with
him for playing in their presence and
some words and possibly blows passed,
when Albert said he would get his pis
tol and settle the matter. John went
in the house and Albert fired through
-the window with the result mentioned.
John gathered a shotgun and returned
Sthe fire as he says to frighten Aloert.
At any rate he did no hit him.
Dr. Houseal attended the wounded
boy, who was in. town on Tuesday.
How's This!
-We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Cat.arrh that can
not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh
F. J CHENEY & CO., Props.. Tole
do, 0
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
--able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
WEST & T&AUx,Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, 0.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucuous surfaces of the system.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Drug
The prettiest line of Neckwear ever
r offered in Newberry is to be found at
Newberry Girls.
*We are all interested in Newberry
girls and are alwas glad to know of
their successes. The Herald and News
*has been handed a circular of the
Staunton Female Seminars', Staunton,
Va., announcing the Art ecption of
that institution on May 30. It con
tains a list of young ladies, with the
!paintings and drawings of their own
work opposite their names, showing the
prt they will have in this reception.
In the list we recognize the names of
two young ladies from New berry.
In the catalogue of paintings Miss
Eunice Sease has nine and Miss Carrie
DeWalt ten paintings.
SIn the catalogue of crayon drawings
Miss Sease has five and Miss De'Walt
These young ladies are daughters of
SMr. J. L. Sease of the lower prtion of
the county, and -a . G. G. ~Walt of
The Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Conference of Newberry County will
meet on Saturday at Prosperity.
The Newberry Lutheran Conference
will convene in Bethlehem church,
Pomaria, on Friday (to-morrow), and
will be in session until Sunday.
Mr. Otto Klettner has commenced
the erection of a large two-story brick
storehouse on his vacant lot on Mai.
street next to his present place of busi
The Sunbeam Society of the Baptist
Sunday-School will have some pl ea
ant exercises at the church on Sunday
The United States census as taken
last year gave Newberry a population
of 3,034, and not 3,004, as published i
The'Herald and News last week.
Rev. G. A. Wright will reach at the
union service in the A. R. 'resbyteriar
church next Sunday night. No ser
vice will be held in the morning as th
pastor will be absent.
Mr. Walter I Herbert a farmer fron
No. S was in town on Tuesday sellinj
country cured bacon of his own raising
He says he has hams that he can sel
too. This is farming that pays.
There have been good rais in the
county the past week and the farmer
are happy. In No. 8 there was somi
hail on Monday; afternoon but no dam
age is reported.
Mr. C. C. Dr. 0has begun work of
the Graded School building. He is now
grading the ground and preparing to
the foundation. Messrs. J. P. & T. C
Pool,who are to furnish the brick, hay
commenced hauling.
The protracted services at the Meth
odist church last week closed o1
Thursday night and the Rev. G. E
Stackhouse who was assisting the pas
tor returned to his home in Greenwoo
on Friday moring.
A change will be made in the schedul
of the mixed train on the C. N.
L- R. R., by which it will leave Colum
bia in the morning a* 8:30, and reac
Newberry about 11.
Postmaster Russell returned fror
Washington in Monday last where h
succeeded in getting a mail agent put o
the "cannon-ball" train and it is bE
lieved that this will be a sufficient it
ducment to restore the run to Colun
bia.-Peoples Advocate.
Maj. Adam L. Eichelberger, of Ocab
Fla., was married on May 3d to Mi
O'Hanlon, daughter of Mr. Jamc
O'Hanlon. Maj. Eichelberger was F
one time a citizen of Newberry, an
will be remembered by some of o
older citizens. He moved to Florid
before the war.
The case against the two your
men from the factory charged wit
criminal assault mentioned in he He
ald and News last week came up befo
Justice Maybin on. Friday afternoc
for a pre;iminary hearing and tl
boys were dismissed, no case beir
made out against them.
There have been several pretty b
sales of -cotton. in Newberry recent
- have been holding f
- r came. N
is pleasin
and to the taste, gentle, yete
acting on the kidneys,, liver an
E. P. Roe's:Works
Can be found at the Bookstore for $
usual p rice $1.50. ly.
An elegant assortment of Negligt
Shirtsat BLALOCK'd.
A Good Citizen Dead.
Mr. John A. Werts, of No. 6, dii
on yesterday morning, aged 45.
He had been quite sick for some tin
and last Saturday he was thought1
be much better,.- but was taken wor:
Saturday evening and grew gradual]
weaker until the end came.
He was a good farmer, a successfi
business man, an upright citizen,
ind and indulgent husband andyf
trand-the death of such a man is
loss ' t&pmunity_and his count;
He was a irr xvri
known and had a host of friends wt
will hear of his death with sadness.
Heleaves a wife and three childre
to mourn their loss. The Nerald at
News -extends to the sorrowing one
its kindliest sympathy. His remair
were interre at Trinity church cem<
tery on yesterday afternoon.
What the skill of physicians conl
do and the tender ministrations of 1o0
ig hands coulgaccomplish were alli
vain to save his like.
"God's finger touched him, and he slept."
is the place to get Cold Sode
Water, Milk Shakes, Iced
Lemonade. Also Deep Rock
Waa on draught. Try their
Egg Phosphate. It is the
best kind of Tonic. 1y
The "Reliable" Brand.
rhe "Reliable" brand of Hams at
Breakfast Bacon are the finest on ti
market. Always on hand at Meni
tosh's. __ _ _ _ _ _ _ ly.
Gen. M. L. Bonham, of Columbia
was in town on Tuesday.
The Misses Russell, of AbbevillI<
are visiting Mrs. L. C. Boozer in New
Mr. and Mrs. John' P. Fant of Whi
miies are in the city for aday or two.
Ms. C. A. Austin, of Johnston,i
visiting friends and relatives in Nevi
Mr. Frank G. Spearman, of Salud:
was married yesterday to Miss Hill<
Spartanburg County.
Hon. Geo. S. ?Jower, left yesterda
for Beaufort, to assist the Attorne
General in the Coosaw case which
up for trial this week.
Mrs. Georgia Forster, of Birmin
ham, Ala., is on a visit to her frien
Ms. 0. L. Schumpert in Newberra
Mrs. Forster is the wif~e of Dr. Cond
Forster one of the most eminent an
talented physicians of Birmingham.
Highest of all in Leavening Powe
A Sad and Sudden Death.
Our community was shocked and
saddened on last Saturday morning
when the news was received here from
Little Mountain that Mrs. Mower was
dead. She had gone down with the
children to enjoy the picnic. We were
at the train in the morning when the
party left, and Mrs. Mower was look
ing remarkably well, and was unusu
ally bright and lively. The thought
never entered our mind that so soon
the summons would come, but it is a
happy and consoling thought that she ]
was prepared to meet it.
The particulars of the death are given 1
in the following from t?, A. R. Pres
byterian by her pastor:
DR. GRIER: Dear Bro.-I write a
hasty line to inform you and the many
friends of Mrs. Cynthia Mower among :
the readers of the Presbyterian of her i f
death. It occurred last Saturday, the '
23d inst., at Little Mountain, a station I
eight miles below Prosperity on the
Columbia and Newberry road. We f
were taking the "Busy Bees," the mis
sionary society of the children of our I
church, to spend the day and have a
picnic nn Little Mountain. It was ne
cessary for some of their older friends
to accompany them. Mrs. Mower was
always active in such things, and on
the invitation of a number of the chil
3 dren and of Mr. Carlisle who had charge
) of them, she was with ifs. We were
- detained at the station only a little
while in arranging to send the baskets
i in a wagon. All of us then started to
r walk to the mountain, about a half
r mile distant. Minnie Todd and Mrs.
C. Mower were walkingwith Mr. John
a Lathan, a merchant at that place.
Mrs. George Mower and I were walk
- ing a short distance in rear of them.
The Busy Bees and their guests were a
considerable distance ahead of us. We
had walked some three or four hun
dred yards, and Mrs. Mower was talk
ing busily to Mr. Lathan about her
fondness for children and her temper
ance work among them. Suddenly she
caught his arm, exclaiming, "Oh! Mr.
Lathan," as if in great pain. He called
to me, and we let her down gently to
the ground and she was dead. Mr. and
a Mrs. Carlisle, and Miss Mamie Hol
e brook, and Mr. Jones joined us at once,
n but all efforts to revive her were una
vailing. Mr. George Mower was in
- Charleston on professional business,
- but on being notified came directly
i, On yesterday at 2.3G p. in., we held
is the fugeral-services in our church with
is a weeping assembly Twelve children
t from her Band of Hope at the cotton
d mill, and twelve from the Band in town,
ir acted with the pall bearers. We then
la took the body to Prosperity to lay by
the side of her beloved husband Duane
Mower. In the quiet and stillness of
,h the close of the day of rest we commit
r- ted her to the care of the Lord of the
.e Sabbath till the morning of the resur
,n rection. E. P. McCLINTocK.
e Newberry, May 25th, 189].
ig Mrs. Cynthia Mower was born in the
State of Maine on the 22nd December,
g 1829, and was therefore in her 62nd
y year. In 1852 she was married to Mr.
nr Duane Mower. In 18.54 they decided
jj to come South, and settled at Pros
perity. They became thoroughly iden
' --,h the South. They engaged
business and were
1867, Mr.
s were
kions of neatness.
son, the Hon. Geo. S.
~7was one of the firm, yet the
~itire control and direction of the busi
'ness of the stores was conducted by her.
There is one thing in connection
with her management thatis worthy of
mention, and that is, that althou'gh the
firm did a large credit business it was
rarely ever engaged in lawsuits and
Slitigations with itr ,stomers, which
we consider a deciQed credit. to the
tfbusiness skill and management.
And although in the midst, and the
head, of this large business, Mrs. Mower
4I found time to devote to other things.
She took a lively interest in the affairs
ie of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian
bo church, of which she was a devoted
3e member, and contributed liberally of
Ly her means to its support and the chari
ties of the church.
21 The temperance cause was also dear
a to her heart, and as president of the
I- Newberry W. C. T. U. she was an
a active worker. She organized Bands
V. of .lopeamnongtre-chiidren;and rarely
. missed one of the meetings which were
o always held on Tuesday afternoon in
the Thompson street church. Her
nD annual Christrnias treats for the chil
d dren had become one ot the institutions
' of Newberry and will be greatly missed.
1 She. began this work in Newberry
e-| about seven yaars.
A gentleman remarked to the editor
d of The Herald and News not a great
'- while ago, as we were sitting together
n on the steps of our office watching the
happy throng of boys and girls return
ing from "Temperance," as they called
it, that if Mrs. Mower lived ten years
longer Newberry would be a prohibi
tion town. His idea was that her plan
of educating the children in temperance
was the only way to bring about ef
fective prohibition, and we believe he
Mrs. Mower was a woman of strong
mind, of decided convictions and out
spoken in maintaining them, but
withal kind and gentle and loving in
her disposition. Her death is a loss to
the community, and she will be missed
by many.
Her only son, Hon. Geo. S. Mower,
a prominent lawyer of this bar, was
absent in Charleston attending the
trial in the Coosaw case as associate
counsel for the State when he received
the sad intelligence. He came on a spe
cial train to Columbia immediately,
and reached Newberry on the 7:30 train
on the C. N. & L. road Saturday after-I
d noon. It is a sore bereavement to him.
be The funeral services were largely at
1- tended on Sunday afternoon, both at
the church here and at Prosperity.
The following gentlemen acted as
palU bearers: R. L. McCaugbrin, M. A.
1, Carlisle, J. C. Wilson, J. N. Martin, E.
C. Jones, J. W. Chapman, Thos. E.
Epting, R. H. Wright, W. W. Hodges
s and J. W. Chappell.
r-Mr. Geo. S. Mower will continue the
business, for the present at least, under
t the same style of C. & G. S. Mower.
Sunday's Register contained the fol
.lowing tribute:
iThe sudden dealh of Mrs. Cynthia
SMower, of Newberry, an account of
which appears in another column, was
', received in this city with profound re
f gret, for this noble Christian woman
had many warm friends in this coin
~munity. A gentleman who has been
I acquainted with her for years said yes
Sterday to a Register reporter:
"She was one of the most thorough
merchants the up-country could boast.
;- Her business methods were models.
d But it was in her warm-hearted gene
. rosity to the poor that she will live.
y Of a gentle, thorough Christian charac
d ter, she was foremost in all the works
of her church. So great was her desire
.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, z889.
- ~ -A
,or the formation ot habits of sobriety
that she was a leader in the formation
of Bands of Hope for the children. Her
Christmas trees for the children were
an annual event in Newberry."
The following resolutions were
)assed by the Woman's Christian Tem
>erance Union, and the Young Wo
nen's Christian Temperance Union
)f Charleston, upon the death of Mrs.
Dynthia Mower, of Newberry, Treasu
er of the State Union of South Caro
As it has pleased Almighty God, in
2ts providence (which is too deep for
>ur feeble minds to comprehend) to re
nove from us our beloved State Treas
irer, therefore
Resolved, That we extend to the fam
ly and the Unions over which she has
o long and so successfully presidcl,
>ur deepest sympathy in this hour of.
;heir bereavement, and we pray God
hat he will raise up for them a leader,
so that the work may not languish,
>ut be carried on, even as she, from
er beautiful home beyond may ap
State President.
~s. Charleston Union.
Cor. Sec. Charleston W. C. T. U.
Pres. Y. W. C. T. U.
Cor. Sec. W. C. T. U.
The Newberry Party Delights Laurens.
LAURENS, May 23.-The dramatic
club of the Newberry Rifles came to
Laurens yesterday, accompanied by
their splendid brass band, and presen
ted "Capitola," a melo-dramatic pro
duction of intense interest, to a large
audience at the Opera House last night.
For amateurs the performance was
highly creditable, and the audience
thoroughly enjoyed it. Mr. Aiken Fal
law, in the leading role, was a great
success, and Mr. W. H. Hunter in the
part of the Afro-American servant boy
captured the house. Capt. McCaughrin,
as the noble-hearted villian, and Mr.
Zack Wright, the testy Virginia major,
elicited rounds of applause.
After the play the young peoples so
ciety of'the Presbyterian Church served
strawberries and ices in the Court
House, and a delightful hour of social
intercourse between home folks and
visitors was enjoyed.
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt and Miss
Mattie McCauchrin, Miss Bessie
Wheeler, Miss one F ant and Miss
Lizzie Glenn were of the Newberry
The 7 o'clock train this morning
carried away o'ur visitors. Everybody,
and the Laurens Guards especially,
hope that they will come again soon
and stay longer.-Special News and
A pleasant and efficient remedy
Dysentery, Diarramea and all
stomach and bowel complaints.
Prepared and sold by
Corner Drug Store
A New Lutheran Church.
A congregational meeting was held
at the Lutheran church in Newberry
on last Sunday morning to consider
the question of building a new church.
It needed no argument to convince
the congregation that a new church
building was needed, and it was at
once decided to build.
The congregation now has on hand*
about $5,000 in cash and good subscrip
tions. It is proposed to build a brick
church of modern design at a cost of
about $10,000. The following commit
tee was appointed to take the prelimi
nary steps: Rev. W. C. Schaefr'er, D).
B. Wheeler, 0. B. Mayer, Jr., Geo. B.
Cromer and Geo. W. Summer.
If you drink Soda Water at Pelhamn's
Drug Store. you will be served from
the finest and most elaborate Fountain
in the State of South Carolina. The
syrups are made fro:n fruit juices, the
water is cold, pur)gent and sparkling,
and the service in all respects is first
class. It pays to drink water that is
properly made. Our experience of
nearly twenty years has taught us all
the points of advantage that only ex
perience- can give.
Drink from "The Pelham." tf
The First Step.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eat, can't
sleep. can't think, can't do aniything to your
satisfaction, and you wonder what ails you.
You should heed the warning, you are taking
the first step into Nervous Prostration. You
need -a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters
you wil find the exact remedy for resto,ring
your nervous system to its normal, healthy
condition. Surprising results follow the use
of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative.
Your appetite returns, good digestion is re
stored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume
healthy actio,n. Try a bottle. Price 50 cents
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store..
The District Alliance.
Two weeks ago The Herald and
News mentioned the fact that a meet
ing was to be held at Anderson, of the
county lecturers of the alliance, for the
purpose of forming a District Alliance
and electing a district lecturer. That
meeting was held and officers were
elected. From the Cotton Plant, we
learn tha't the following was the result
of the elections :
President, J. W. Bowden, Denver,
S. C.
Vice President, S. Y. Stribbling,
Seneca, S. C.
Secretary, J. C. Watkins, Denver,
S. C.
District Lecturer, Jos. L. Keitt,
Sondley's, S. C.
The first meeting of this organztion
will be held at Belton on Fiay, to
morrow, 29th inst.
At this meeting all the county lectu
rers in the district are urged to be pre
sent. The officers will be there and the
President of each county alliance is ex
pected to appoint delegates to represent
his county at the meeting.
President Keitt has appointed Dr.
W. E. Lake as the delegate from
After the first meeting tLhese delegates
will be elected by the county alli
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores
Bruises, Ulcers Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet
ter, Chapped Hads, C'hlblains, Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Files or no ~y required. Its guaranteed to
g~ve perfec satisfaction, or money refunded
.rce 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
Hammocks; Hammocks,
The Returns of Personal Property-An
Increase in Valuation-The Asses
ments Compared With Last
The personal property in Newberry,
County is valued for taxation at nearly
two million dollars. A statement show
ing this valuation by townships and
comparing it with the returns of last
year may not prove uninteresting. The
Herald and News has obtained the
figures from the Auditor's books, and
they are given. We also give a table
showing the number of horses and
mules for the two years and the assessed
values. Figures are generally very dry,
but in this year it may prove interest
iug to study and compare them. There
has been a general increase in valua
tion. The total increase in the county
is $141,340. This does not include the
increase of nearly $90,000 to be put on
the assessment of the bank according
to the decision of the Comptroller Gen
eral, nor the proposed increase in rail
roads assessment.
Here are the figures showing the
valuation by townships for 1890 and
Township. 1890. 189L Increase.
No. 1...............$ 72),96) $ 809,135 $ 85,175
" 2............... 38,795 44220 3,425.
3............... 27,305 28,690 1,35
4............... 47,110 60,40 13,340
." 5 51,596 52,70 1,160
8 6......... 72,640 80,140 7,500
7.. . 50,330 56,310 5,960
8...... 47,620 63,146 6,52
" 9............... 154,810 156,010 1,20
10.............. 51,200 54,745 3546
11............... 81.390 95,495 18,105
Total ........$.34,750 $1,489,080 $141,340
These figures do not include the rail
road assessment in the county. Last
year the railroad property in the coun
tv was assessed at $360,900. This year
the returns were more because there are
more miles of road built and in opera
tion. The returns have been made and
forwarded to the Comptroller General.
If they are increased' as indicated in
some of the published actions of the
board of assessors the railroad assess
ments will be doubled. If so, the rail
road property in the county will be
valued at nearly one million dollars of
itself. The table above does not in
clude the increase ordered made by the
Comptroller General in the assessment
of the bank stock, which. will amount
to about $90,000 as stated above. So it
will be safe to say that the assessment
of personal property in the county will
be two million dollars. It will also be
observed that of this two million dol
lars of assessed property in the county
upwards of one-half of it is in Town
ship No. 1, in which is the town of
Newberry, for when the railroad prop
erty and bank stock are added to th
valuation in No. 1 Township it wil
over one million dollars. The i ease
in the valuation comes lar ely from
the increase of moneys an credits and
We give herewith a table showing
the number.and valuation of horses and
mules in 1-390 and 1891 and the increase
or d&rease in valuation and number:
G Township.
ii ~ Value.
g Mules. g
C p 17 , p , - Value.
m ules.Thlosnn-meisi,bu
5 _thee_apears_los of7Horsesad
yeradaosi vaaonf$60
the avrg va alue. n h on
Thear tobtals er the "averag colm
areone eais e$57.ossr ddc
The appera vlss of muhe inme o89
mus. 6;Thiea s i nery $6s six,ch.
th e cinedatin make70 sInilar
talulosins valuating the figue bovet
foty orsad lvhetonhips,45 searatdy
The9 fiveurses re teno the prAiusi
yarbo and we i vauation ofr care
AThor alcaingtale will show that
thelaeragi valu of hrsoet in then
ollars each tnhis. erThe aerae show
The avfere lu f ues in 1890 af 81n h
woas $60; thes twyear s.n 6 ah
fornsral heip. shpspraey
The figure are.... take $f10m the Audi
the.d.f.erences.i 1865af 18912 andth
7......----189195 18390.
181 1890.
No. I.........16$ 1080 312$ 4,105
2..........242,10 6 230 28
3..........1275 1,80 17 120
4..........3 2158 47 3,70
6..........2371 30 30 280
7.........144 3,195 133 25
8.........1 315 39 315
9.........36795 3742 375 675
10......... 987 2.60 284 2,81
11...........3517 3670 498 3,62
,35 $4,304,20 $468
1891. 1890.
Township N. 1...... 5 3
"....... 15 91~
No]. ..4.. . 155 $ 18
2"..........~' 2,1036 2,38
"3-.........27,8 197720
4".7.......43 3 402870
"............ 3,30 311,50
6".9.......56 3314~ 605370
8.0.......41 3,189 3,16
". 1.......61 404 4,250
S- -K-'-m
1891 'i
1...... 219 $ 7,565 362 $10,7951$ 73,550
2....... 411 905! 188 3,58.5 8,540
3 15 380 100 1,745 5,620
4 32 640! 1911 4,090; 11,890
5 37 765; 179! 3,690! 10,145
6. 47 1,04-5 290! 6,325 14,9(X)
7 24 650 180; 3,535. 10,370
8. 39 420f 244 4,390, 12,155
9....... 84 1,270 599; 10,725 25,530
10....... 39 650 292 5,4801 11,910
11....... 53 1,000 322 6,740 13,525
Total..! 630j$15,29012947i $61,100,$i98,140
1....... 180 $ 6,849, 312 $ 9,1751$ 70,690
2..... 35 84-5 168 3, 700 9,730
3....... 12 255! 93! 1,520 9,550
4...... 32 600 172' 3,565. 13,140
5....... 32 625j 168! 3,285 11,39.5
6....... 47 910 279. 5,900 15,5.5
7....... 27 740 1651 3,240I 11,675
8. 32, 345' 239 4,24-51 10,905
9...... 89 1,315; 597 11,295 27,855
10 35 615j 288 5,775 12,400
11...... 56 1,105 284 5,805 13.495
Total..1 587 $14,195 2765 $57,505 $206,450
1891. 1890.
Mdse. Mdse.
Township No. I......$116,575 146,205
2...... 50 ....
t 3...... 2,000 1,400
" 4...... 6,050 1,000
1 5...... ,550 900
1 6..... 5,750 4,465
7..... 10,000 7,900
8...... 300 450
9...... 39,675 37,855
10...... 1,030 800
11...... 13,300 9,925
$196,280 $210,900
1891. 1890.
Township. a z o )
No. 1.............. 94$ 7,320 102$ 7,M0
2.............. 12630 0 55
3 ............. 285 7 275
4.............. 230 5 185
.............. 11 660 14 650
6 .........1 470 15 RA
7........... 7 335 6
8............. 9 420 46
9............. 47 50 2,84
10............ 23 ,0 21 68
11 1....... 1,0151 16 89(
7tr a :$14,370 258 $14,20
It i eseen from the tables given
t thee hasbeena decrase in the as.
essmeat cf merchandise in the county
frmthe returns of last year of about
$14,000. In No. 1 there has been a fall.
ing off of $30,000. The largest individ
ual return of mercsandise is in New
berry. The firm of C. & G. S. Mower
returned their stock at $20,000O. The
next largest is at Prosperity. Moseley
Bros. return is $15,000.
The value of dogs is not put down in
the above table, inasmuch as the law
places the value of a dog at $5.00 for
the purposes of taxation.
A Meeting of the Stockholders of the Cot
ton Seed Oil Mill-Capital Stock Read!
ly Sbacb 335h Bu 6ns S 26
Chambe,t ea pr from the be ie
busiees aeen adt dcose the
preosti ofraddi a innr the cute
fromnthertrso.as ero bu
$14000 n o. ee was maden cair-l
in ofo t30000 meTing ar.st indvi
The hre ofwerehae rerseinte atw
berythe meeingr. of C. &loyd s soe
rettredareoo the stockhld0,000 Thf
thex doingess t mirosipeit hasbele.n
inros.ration ich s1atifacory
goo.The ml dosid not gt ion op
teaove utate, inasmucheaso and was
place run lon ut it d ate 5.0lfo
A Tnothe tockholders e of pt int
stockSad nelall-pl testock as
redly sbsrbedThines meting
Th meeting of putineu stochls ofahn
ertlzrmay was lethelh Bad o iecost
Cadrs twlo toa w eor t ano el
dby,sos aaen to oryhnsiedr the
theopeitng of addin saginnr to tegi
gia. ofThe mettng wilbandleJs. by
The sharen sstwereI wll eeted
th sby ttnger.L mahney anod as bae
wir etand rasre abou fifteer min
ute Th eeor wil the stouhtldrght
ther dongy the mill ine owne dsien
mnt willatio which for reladisfactory.
iThe waagomn.t will bee &very efoi
veient arndgtemensadowing ews de
sigooton gined will not het o
wat rlong bti i el
The stockhlder adewideld to ti
gknowr tand ti entrrs itws inessarys
touaseaouIti$500. Tr ws rdmee
torohis by bildeaing manufcptr
ingkan enepiearlyh a tesoc buasu
ey w re Ar the ord ofLirector
Som tme ailgo Audior Croanerlyi
laur, prparesdsn to hveerthead Scoo
Trusteesning eaf tohiseas tof teg
Its erlopulshedt pit Theour-ald
The ojctioftm th wils tohae lite
trightee frmvihe thegonss and sared te
Ator ginsy naes cinter tonsaibas
lil e toinnedl-ta nd abot fifteen min
lites,.s That sucd namsllul be ghnrgh
tere byr taxatilnf. h wnrdeie
oe of ts trstesventrne
ofte Leilaeumae to reot,n btuhems
ithe agn. Ift Auitor des a.ver soon
geting reoto inn will ot ave tor
theaitonalnspopryo i
Helrad N hes bee enadled
read.o that th etrurseeis mainowos
ous wat theditisn Teroe tsheoomchere
ing qeteises fro the wAct tof theilaup
Some tie xiaton Auof rome rin
bdienc to rece rets efath Audis
tre,al makeared and forwa to the ho
Bo fTrustees of each Schooals ofis
pltritwithnehs ont ai corrclst Thes
'theps returned fromisheir Thespetive
Diti.The Schctoolhi Trstee shallth
examie crefully sai list and epot
totAuditor anms son aseircticablep
lith,stsc names ofalprould who shal
hae falor ain.etitomk
tunesand ithal itei the duty of ath
th ae fteAuditor toeneoeonhs bootssoon
hmBy the Boiado of cho Tusts.Th
Ha tld and Nes hxexhs ee n eaLedht
Mread r. ora tetae trustee s kow
Jshtthe lawe Lishte aote Sand eco
inar olduestio pr he as-ote dowt
wiLegisle.f:oewt dedu og
A thein exitionFvr otorse preee
and sall makeo treated erwul ain, toshe
grict within haist cunty shoec ast of
"haneu pof retuned fromheird r.etv
eDisicts.an TheSch Tusee shal
to theboutieor was son s rctcal
they naeD f l eroswh hl
ghe faieo elet- t ak e
Jno. F. Speck,
for Infants and Children.
' "CastoriaissoweDadantedtocb1drentst Castoriacares colic,-Costipation,
Irecommenditassuperiortoanypresciption SourStomach, Diar?oe.. ,
known to me." H. A. = 1d-w, I. D., a Worms, gives sleep, and promotes df
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. W m .ctn
iThe use of Catoria' Is so universal and Fore several yers I have recommendd
its merits so well known that it gems a work osar' Caatoria,' and ahail alwayscotuao
or on to endorse it. ow so as thas invarlablyproddeed bene_dal
intell t "es whc'do not keep Caatozia results.
witin easy EDWar F. P . n, k. J.
New YOr Wintop,"1 th Street and 7th Ave.
Late Pastor Bloomingdale Beomed Ch. NewYork City.
TT Csm COMANY, 77 Haur Scasar, Nay Yoss.
Mrs. Mary E. Hill, wife of Mr. Win.
0. Hill, of Hope Station, died on Mon- F TRAPU
day the 25th.
Mr. Peter Rodeisperger, an agdciti
zen, died at his home in Newberry on B T T T pt
Friday, 22nd instant. Mr. Rodelsperger ~ ./.....X
came to America from Germany many
nt shoZ mrchnt in ebr e'sgedhsfte
served in the Confederate army and .iPanwWo
was a brave soldier. Wr hpo
LiM 27, 18etter uncaied ad adertisede t mk
Abrms, Sia Kig Ms Janee
DenportFinkney Boeno rs35AyKdofWdWrk
Ga ,S Shears Mrs Luenia - PCAT F
Hudsn, Wi lie D Wash HeryCK OLDNS
Jones Miss Minnie York, S AANALKIDOFSOL
pleas say tatfr thewr av tersd.l
B. Moomor, P. M. s~DOS
Old Nelson County Kentuckey Whiskc'y. ADLTE
Has been recognized for yer as ON HN NFRSL
of the foremost and finest whiskies
plcdbefore the American public. CEP
Like ever article of fineness .it caters - l O
not for th bulk of consumers, to whomLUBRDESDOROGH
one whiskey tastes but little different
from another, but for the apreciation
of the connoisseurs only. It iin shotaNVL ETEBAIG
a gentlemen's beverage, and intehdc NFC NTiGI YLN
for gentlemen only.
THOS. Q. BoozER, sole agent. O HR OIE
Wh~ha~~eslOCar. Hrriug orn ber of Har
~Duringby absn and Mc-le
StappiiD tfl TraitNOTICE
mand isagreaterrhanaever,oandki
ApriAefof $10 in cash.C
somstlin tathasye benhonD ALL AIND SE IT.COL
you fomerpries 16.0 $8, 22. AW ING.
$20 Thsewhodesreto akead aSH, DOOnL1S,6 IllVa
gais n hi lnetht o he hus AD LLOTERNDHS -
inth ctyca dpicteinanfrm OLD BYAND ANDIE O SL
Jutstpan hikofte ifeece TE UCHA.S
priewboferryo no-o.y$1.C.f
men sold isas rrset ed Iave hrC .-BY .HCLY
the rn onetis poulad, s a e o antra
tentoheeca Mit, she givung o Cara 0,Eiig0 Cb$ f
forceawilalvl aharnt
ite trad you. udoriaiyhve KE OO IEO
readylsdthi esnhnrd fI TC L H IEA

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