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Local and Special.
We Offer Creat Bargains.
In two sixty-saw Pratt Gins, feeders
nud condensers. One No. 2 Boss Power
Mos.EL.Ey BnOS
Shockley Bros.
The ad. on our 4th page shn"d read:
"Shockley Bros, contractors and build
ers." This is.now the style of the tirm.
Artists fine Tube Oil Paints for sale at
- tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
An elegant assortment of Negligee
hirts at BLALOCK'. tf
An active man or woman to act as
agent in Newberry County for the
Matchless Mineral Waters of Green
ville, Ala. Good falary guaranteed.
Apply to
J. H. O'DELL, Laureus. S. C.,
2t Agent for State of South Carolina.
What's Broke Loose in Newberry?
The Herald and News published last
eek between four and five columns of
Wie Prosperity debate next day. If
enterprise like this is to be spread
among the country press, no man can
predict the result.
Brother Aull must account for this at
the next meeting of the Press Associa
tion.-Abbeville Press and Banner.
At Leavell & Spee'rs.
Large and pretty line of Wall Paper
and Borders, Ceiling and Extension
Centre. Call and see them. Willing
to show them. tf
Base Ball.
The following is the score by inning
of the game played in New berry on
Saturday, the Stl:
Hartford, - 0 0 0010 10 0- 2
Newberry, . - - 76320 41.5x-27
Base Hits: Newberry 29; Hartford 3.
Errors: New berry 4; Hartford 9. Bat:
teries: Senn and Stuart; Paysinger anc
Blair. Struck out by Senn 19; by Pay
singer 7. Passed Balls:' Stuart 1; Blai
5. Umpire: Frank W. Britton.
Wagner, Jr,
-1 The Clowney horse, will be at J. D
Smith's stables every Saturday unti
further notice. Fee and insurance re
duced to $10 for the dull times. tf.
August 1st. M. M. BUFORD.
-s Ist -"---2N
Ice House
Will be open every Sunday 8 to 9.31
a. m.; 12 to 1 p. m.; 6 to 7.30 p. m. Ic
tickets for sale at my store.
tf SA34 B. JONES.
The Same Old Story.
A fifteen year old negro girl livin
on Mr. W. B. Oxner's place, near May
binton, attempted to kindle a fire wit
kerosene oil last Saturday aftern,-or
As sbe was pouring the oil out of th
lamp an explosion occurred and she wa
fatally burned, and died from her injt
ries. The lamp contained very littl
oil, or it might have set fire to tb
house and the mother of the girl, wit
a babe two days old, would possibl
have been burned also.
Lumber! Lumber!!
W, the undersigned, have on ha r
Steam Dri umber, such as Flooring
and Ceiling, dressed and tongued and
grooved, at $1.25 to $1.50 per hundred
feet. Also No. 1 Shingles at $2.00 to
$3.00 per thousand. All material de
livered inside of corporation.
Terms cash on delivery.
W. J. Mills, the king of hash, will
give another barbecue at Young's Grove
near Prosperity, at the Reunion of
Company G., 13th Regiment, on Wed
mnesday, August 26th. 2 t
Smoked Tongues
And Dried Beef at McIntosh's. ly
Blalock is offering bargains in laun
dried and unlaundried shirts..
Patrick MIilitary Institute.
The official register of this institution
shows that .12.3 students were enrolled
last session. This is an evidence of the
popularity which the school has at
tained under the guidance of its foun
der and principal, Capt. John .B. Pat
rick, with whom is associated on able
corps of instructors. The military
feature is an important one, and is em
phasized fully at this institution.
Second Lient. T. Q. Donaldson, Jr., of
the 7th Calvary, has been detailed by
President Harrison as instructor in
military science and tactics. Lieut. Don
aldson is a graduate of the Patrick Mili
tary Institute and West Point. Lieut.
Thos. W. Gary, of Newberry, occupies
the chair of physical geography, phys
ics and chemistry. Write to Col. Jno.
B. Patrick, Anderson, S. C., who will
take pleasure in giving full particulars
of his school.
Children Enjoy
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effects 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 family remedy
known and every family should have a
Another Shooting Scrap.
rA shooting scrape between t wo negro
men occurred early last Sunday morn
ing on Mr. C. 0. Buzhardt's place five
miles from town. About two weeks
ago a negro girl.eloped with Irvin
Maffett, and got married. On Sunday
morning she wanted to go to church
and her liege lord refused to give his
c>nsent, and locked up her Sunday
tixings. She then sought the aid of her
b lrother Pleasant Sondley, who with a
pistol went to Maffett's house to get his
sister's clothing. They had some words,
and Mlaffett got h isrifie loaded with
shot and fired at Sondley, the load hit
ting him in the left arm and hip. The
wounds are not serious. Sondley was
brought to town on Sunday evening
and his wounds dressed by Dr. J. M.
Kibler. Maffett did not attempt to es
$100 Reward. $100.
The readers of The 1Herald and
News will be pleased to learn that
there is at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure in all
its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only posi -ive cure
now known to-the medical rfaternity
Catarrh being a constitutional disease
requires a constitutional treatment.
Hals Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
-thereby destroying the foundation of
tile disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so muc~h
faith in its curative powers, that they
cfer One - Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for list
.of testimonials. Address,
F. J. CH ENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
- Sold by Druggists, T5c.
Agent Wanted.
To represent the National Capitol
-Life Association, of Washington, D. C.,
in Newberry County.
The right man will earn $75.00 per
we. Address
K Manager Southern Division,
Mrs. W. F. Ewar s seriously ill at
ter horne in Newberry.
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer returned yester
day evening from Hendersonville.
31. Otto Klettner will move into his
ne4'store about September 1st.
Mr. S. B. Jones has rented Mr. God
sey's house on Adams street, which he
uid his mother will occupy soon.
Newberry has a half dozen relers.
Mr. larcus Spearman has orc 1ed a
unicycle, the latest things on wheels.
Rev. A. J. Bowers has gone tc
Savannah, Ga., and will preach in th(
Lutheran Church there until Octobei
Mr. Jno. P. Glasgow, of Sherman
Tnxas, has acepted the principalship o:
the High School at Gainesville, Texas
V ith a salary of $1,000 a year.
Miss Bessie Goggans has been award
ed the State scholarship in the Win
throp Training school by the Edgefiel(
C:uuty Examiners.
Two citizens of Liberty Hall sectior
felt the influence of the August hea
last Saturday and came into close con
t.ct with brass knucks. Peace nov
reigns on the scene.
Railroad Commissioners Jervey an
Thomas and Superintendent Dodsoi
passed up the C. & G. road Monday o
the annual inspection. Capt. Thos. %V
Pritchard had charge of the train.
Mr. J. N. Godsey has L,cepted th
supervisorship of the first division o:
the Columbia and Greenville road, es
tending from Columbia to Spartanburc
and will soon move to Columbia wit
his family.
Rev. J. H. Turner, of Luthervilli
Md., preached a good sermon in tb
Lutheran church last Sunday. Pro
Turner is the principal of Luthervill
Seminary, the oldest and best Luthera
school for girls in the South.
Mr. W. M. Sherrard, of Andersol
came to Newberry on Tuesday, and
making arrangements to open a dr
goods store on September 1st in tb
building now occupied by Mr. 0. Klet
ner. The style of the firm will t
W. M. Sherrard & Co.
Mr. W. W. Hentz left on Monds
for Jacksboro, Texas, where he wi
teach in the North Texas Baptist CA
I lege. He will stop on his way at Ceds
town, Ga., to visit his uncle Mr. Jam
Emlon Houseal and also his uncle MI
John I. Houseal at Memphis, Tenn.
Mrs. M. D. Sale, who has been spen
ing several months with her father 12
T. A. Sale, has purchased a home:
Columbia, where she will make h
. future home. Mrs. Sale and childre
together with her cousin Miss DeNoo
leave for their new home this week.
The Newberry Herald and News
uttering a loud cry for a statesma
- What is the matter with the prese
D administration? Then when Newber
County can boast of the two Keit
father and son, Representatives Sli
and Blease, Sampson Pope and mai
others, it is strange that the edit
N should be crying for a statesman.
he would cross his county line he woc
a run up against Senator Hem hill, B
l. drich, 'Renry A. Meetze, Hon. Gc
e frey B. Fowler, Josh Ashley and a h<
s of leaders of the people. Then when
- comes to statecraft of a peculiarly hi
e order, there is nothing the matter wi
e Col. Talbert.-Carolina Spartan.
h _ _ _ _ _
Y A Fountain Pen for 10c.
i.t the the Bookstore. ly
Negli-ge .airts in all styles and va
Mr. J. P. Pool is in Hendersonville.
Rev. Dr. Cozby has gone to Wal
Mrs. Jos. Mann has returned from
--U01. Chas. J. Purcell left Monday for
lenn Springs.
Mr. J. W. Es.rheardt, Jr.,has gone on
a visit to Clintoin.
Mr. WV. Y. Fair left yesterday for
Chick Springs.
Mrs. E. Cabiniss has gone on a visit
to Athens, Ga.
Mr. Lewis W. Simkins, of Laurens,
spent Tuesday in New berry.
Mr. 0. M1. Jamieson returned last
Friday from a trip to Texas.
Mrs. J. B. Martin will leave to-day
n a visit to relatives in Georgia.
Capt. Gibbes Goggans, of Florida, is
n a visit to relatives in Newberry.
Mrs. L. M1. Speers and her daughter
Lucy left Tues<1ay for Raleigh, N. C.
Capt. John F. Speck left yesterday
for Harris' Lithia Springs, Waterloo.
Mr. E. H. Aull has gone to Virginia
in the interest of the Lutheran Visitor.
Rev. Dr. Hawkins wept to Harris'
Lihia Springs, WVaterloo,. last Thurs
Col. R. V. Gist, of Sedalia, Union
County, paid New berry a visit on Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Brown and their
baby Virginia have returned to Charles
Mrs. Hannah Brown and Miss Ra
hel .Brown have gone to Asheville,
N. C.
Mr. aud MIrs. S. P. Sligh, of Florida,
are or. a visit to relatives in Newberry
Prof. Nathan E. Aull, of Houston,
Texas, arrived Monday on a visit to
Mr. Robert E. Welch, of Houston,
Texas, is on a visit to his old home in
New berry.
Attorney-General Pope and family
have gone from Chick Springs to Cme
sar's Head.
Miss Laura McCoy and Mliss Sallie
Zobel, of Columbia, are visiting friends
in Newberry.
Mr. Clarence E. Hunter, of Houston,
Texas, camne in last week on a visit to
his o!<i home in Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Harmon with
Miss Rebecca Harmon leave to-day
by private conveyance to visit relatives
in Fairfield and Chester Counties.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Wicker, of
New berry, are visiting their daughter,
Mrs. R. B. Norris. They are accompa
nied by Mrs. Rebecca Paysinger and
her daughter,Mrs. John Wicker.-WVal
halla Courier.
Mrs. J. WV. Chappell and Miss Laura
Blease have gone to Uniion to visit their
sister Mrs. L. N. Rogers, and thence
they will visit their brother, Mr. E. B.
Blease at Asheville N. C.
Mrs. T. 0. Keister, of Prosperity, and
her sister Miss Lan tz, o.f Virginia, and
Miss Liilian Luther, of Prosperity, vis
ited New berry on Tuesday and were
shown the points of interest by Mr. D.
B. Wheeler.
Newberrians who went to Glenn
Springs last week : Mrs. IR. Y. Leavell
ad dlaugh ter Miss Hattie Leavell,
Mliss Mallie Wheeler, Miss Bessie
Wheeler, Mr. E. A. Scott, Mr. J. J.
Lane, Mr. R. L. McCaughrin and famn
iy, Mr. 0. McR. Holmes, Mr. L. WV.
Floyd, Mr. H. C. Robertson and fam
ily, Capt. J. W. Gary.
Highest of all in Leavening Power
A Ileasant Time Enjoy-l by a Large T
Crowd at the Lutheran Reunion.
About two hundred persons from
Newberry attended the Luheran re
union at Little Mountain on Wednes- a
day, the 5th. A half-hour's ride on the e
C. N. and L. Railroad brought you to I
the station, and a walk of half a mile to f I
the western side of the mountain, v
where the addres-es were delivered _
and the picnic was held. .
Rev. Dr. Hawkins delivered an in- v
teresting address on "Historical Lu- 'I
theranismn" in which he sketched the 1
growth of the Lutheran Church in 3
South Carolina the past hundred years. a
The church had in 1781 six ministers
and fifteen churches in the- State, and
there are now fifty ministers, ninety
churches and 10,000 inember'.
Maj. H. A. Meetze, of Lexington, I
spoke next on the educational work of
the Lutheran Church, and especially
about the good work of New berry Col
lege, which he commended for its high
standing and urged that it be more
earnestly supported. s
Maj. Meetze's address concluded the
exercises of the reunion.
I The larger portion of the people then C
i ate their picnic dinner in groups, while C
those who were hungry for hash were s
served at the barbecue dinner, which C
was prepared by Mr. Adam Ripp, and
given for the benefit of Little Mountain
Little Mountain is a unique range
about three miles long and quite steep.
I It rises directly up in a comparatively
flat country. There are three peaks,
the highest eminence being the central
8 one, from whose summit there is a fine
1 view extending a distance of fifteen or
- twenty miles. The writer saw the
e smoke curling up from the chimney of
1 the Newberry Cotton Mills, but the
town was hidden by the pine forests
, south towards the south.
.8 It was quite a tiresome climb to the
Y summit, for the ascent is very steep,
e and you must be as careful as if on the
- Blue Ridge. We saw five ladies who
e made the ascent without any seeming
difficulty, and their combined avoirdu
y pois is one thousand pounds. One of
1 the party has almost passed three-score
I- and ten.
r- The re-union feature of the occasion
is was a most pleasant one. The 'writer
r. saw many people greeting each other
who had not met in forty years, and
others in twenty and thirty years.
It was estimated that 3,000 peorle
- were present. They came from Colum
bia, Prosperity, Newberry, Lexington,
r Edgefield, Fairfield, Orangeburg and
other parts of the State, and a few from
Florida and Georgia.
The day was thoroughly enjoyed by
is everybody and the best order prevailed.
a- Nothing marred the occasion except
It the accident that befell Mr. John
rY Epting, of Lexington County. A dead
s, tree fell upon him, and injured him
h quite seriously. The tree was kicked
y down by a mule.
d The lots of the Piedmont Land I1
ob provement and Investment Company
*d- were offered for sale by Mr. L. T.
4st Levin, the popular auctioneer of Co
it lumbia. There was no demand among
rh the people who were present, as thpy
t were bent on having a pleasant time
among friends and acquaintances than
securing a summer residence. The
Herald and News has been informed
by Mr. H. C. Moseley. president of the
Piedmont Land Improvement and In
nvestment Company, that since the sale
lehe has received inquiries about no less
than twenty-three of these lots frcom
rties who desire to purchase. This
is the resu a
given the property in calling attenti.
to the advantages of this mountain.
This mountain is destined in the near vi
future to be a delightful summer ret
sort, and those who buy lots now will ch
secure the advantages of ground floor de
prices. wi
a tu
Tetter, Saltrheum and Cancer are all
cured by P. P. P. The effects on those ai
diseases are perceptible after the first a
bottle of P. P. P. was used.
Teacher's Institute.
A Teachers' Institute for white teach- fr<
ers will be held at Newberry, begin
ning Ausust 31st and ending Septemn- be
ber .5th. All teachers and others ex- thn
pecting to teach are earnestly requested to
to be present.
The grade of the teachers' certificate p
hereafter will depend to some extent Ial
upon the number of institutes he has thn
attended. Experienced teachers will ,
be present to conduct the work. O
Those who expect to come will please
write to the School Commissioner, at
New berry, S. C. ra
An institute for colored teacheis will de
be held at Newberry from the 14th to
the 19th of September. J. E. Wallace Ti
and sister will conduct the work.
Those who expect to attend, and all
are requested, will write to A. P. But
ler, New berry, S. C.
E. P. Roe's Works
'an be found at the Bookstore for $1,
usual price $1.50. ly
Call at Jones' fountain and be
refreshed by the Inany
dispensed there:
also served. Our t
are unexcelled by any. Call and a
be convinced. b
Eroke Jail.
Sanm Thompson, the only prisoner in n
the Newberry jail, made a dash fon ~
liberty on Tuesday at 2 p. mn., and '
escaped. As the colored janitor opened c
the cell door to give Thomnpson his
dinner, the p)risoner knocked him V
aside and leaped out of the second 01
story window, and took leg bail at
across the meadows in rear of the jail, d<
pursued by the janitor. Sarr is a sharp in
negro, and yelled "Catch him!" as if he ca
was the pursuer instead of the fugitive. ti
He even had the impudence to ask for e]
a gun as he passed Mr. Coppock's and n<
,ran through Mr. Houseal's yard, jump- m~
ing several fences. Editor Wallace dia
Ihedged him off with a big pistol on ai
ISpeers street, but ho didn't stop. He 01
got into Cline's woods and was lost t-> ai
sight. He went to Mr. Barre's place a]
on Tuesday night, got his pistol and mi
clothing and left the country. ti
Thompson was commit ted to jail on tl
Monday afternoon by Trial Justice lil
Maybin for stealing fence rails from b<
Mr. 1). Walter Barre. He is an old tI,
jail bird, and made a simiilar escape ten to
years ago by jumping out of the third tI
story window of the Newberry ja-1. a]
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. zy, 1889.
he Thrilling Experience of Four New
berry Girls and Six Young Menl
lat sund:ay.
A party of Newberry young 1--lies
ud gent'lemen had a thrilling experi
ace last Sunday afternoon in crossing
e ,ver(tam creek on their way home
-oi Trinity church. The cauples
-ere all riding in buggies. Messrs.
farcus Spearnian and W. A. Faut
rove into the creek, which was swollen
ery much by a rain about 5 o'clock.
'bey crossed in safety and were fol
>wed by Mr. Jno. C. Wilson, Jr., with
liss Sallie Wheeler, who also drove
cross all right. While Mr. Jesse slc
all with Miss Lois Fant and Mr.
tobert Kibler with Miss Ola Wilson
vere crossing, Mr. 2cFall's horse be
-an plunging backwards, and MNr. Kib
ar, seeing his danger and that of his
ompanion, got out of his buggy and
vaded in the stream to render assist
.nce. The horse which he was driving
stantly turned around, upsetting the
uggy and the young lady into the
wollen stream. At this point all the
oung ladies became very much fright
ned-and the boys also-at their peril
us position. In fac", the "rescuer"
ouldn't take a step further, and he
Lcknowledged that "the water was too
leep." The situation was growing
nore serious when MNarcus Spearman
waded in and rescued the young lady
who had occupied a seat in the buggy
which was upset.
Mr. E. F. Riser with Miss Eloise
XWelch did not attempt to cross.
Some of the party drove around
;everal miles and crossed the creek
where the water was shallow, and they
%11 got to town after a fortunate escape
rom the depths of the turbulent
Glenn Spring famous
Mineral Waters. and
Harris' Lithia Water
from Waterloo just re
We receive the waters
every week and have
them fresh, therefore,
Lowest prices at
Helena Heraldings.
Miss M. Keith, of Walhalla, spent a
few pleasant days last week with her
friends the Misses Coppock.
Mrs. J. P. Mangum, of Columbia, is
on a visit to Mrs. T. P. Lane.
Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Brunswick,
Ga., paid a flying visit last week to her
sister-in-law Mrs. Emma Halfacre.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sligh returned
Saturday from a visit to the up-coun
Mr. and Mrs. George Gerald, of
Greenwood, spent a few days with rela
tives in the village.
Mrs. A. B. Burn and Miss Lizzie
Pratt came up from Charleston yester
Mrs. Corrie Greneker and Master
Claudius, of Newberry, enjoyed the
suburban serenity of our village for a
few days recently.
Mrs. J1. M. Bowers and children are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Z. Sparks, of
Mr. and Mrs. George Summers and
children have returned to Columbia.
Re... D. Sheely and family are
Rev.n in -t nl County.
Mr. and Mrs. WV. . n . an
ildren, of Laurens County, ca e
wn last week for a pleasant sojourn pr
.th relatives. Mr. Wright has re- at
red to his farm for a few days. o
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Byrd, of Parks', ia
ad Mr. M.V. Byrd, of Peak's, were on
visit to their parents last week. B,
Mr. W. K. Smith, of Philadelphia, ci:
on a visit to ZobelviIle. al:
The Hon. Cole. L. Blease returned pr
>m Pendleton last Monday. or
Mr. James F. Kilgore has recently a
en promoted to a $1.Af1 position in c
e Treasury departL . at Washing-a
Mr. Wins. Welch is one of the lucky a
ofessors of Clemson. We congratu-~
e him on his election as professor in be
e department of art. o
Two of our innocents are abroad. c
ie is enjoying the splendors of Parisa
d the other is in t.he Rockies. We a
sh them health and happiness in their a
rbles and a safe return amid the t
ngers of the rail and the perils of the m
ep. SANs Soci. p
Just received, a large stock of
From the Nation.
Rain, rain, 'till it looks like a waste
Cotton is having too much rain.
ste planting of corn is being drowned
Mr. E. C. Longshore leaves in a few
tys for Alabama, where he expects to
ay the greater part of his time for
te next twelve months. He goes for
Le benefit of his health.
The convention has come and gone, A
id with it a good many other things,
it it was a pleasant and instructive
Lthering. The addresses were good ;
ie in particular was very moving, for
soon as the speaker began a good T
any moved out of the church. I shall O4
t attempt to give an account of the
eQting, for I would fail ; but this
uch I1 will say that preachers werev
uspicuously absent.E
Sub-treasury and the Third party !
tell, I am lost. I would like for some
i to tell me who I amn,where I am,
id what I am. I am no radical, for I t
>n't want any "nigger" and "yank'
mine, and if I am a Democrat I
.n't prove it, for if the Haskellites are
e Democrats, then I am disfran
lsed in the next primary, for I did tu
t vote that ticket; and if the Till- es
anites are the Democrats, then that 0t
squalifies the Haskell party-and I ce
ni not willing that they should be left L
it, so that upsets me all round ; and I 11
n an Alliauaee man, bnt 1 don't take a:
iy Sub-treasury in mine ; so that lets a]
e out of the Third party. Oh, poli- at
es ! whither shall 1 go to get out of
ty way ? I reckon I will have to do
e Big John Underwood ; that is,
>re a hole in the fore gate of my lit
wagon and put my little bull be- v
een the shafts and pull his tail
irough the hole, and tie a knot in it,
id start for the mountains ; and if the T
il don't break or the knot slip I can y
ake my trip safe and stay until all
te trouble is over. DENIZEN.
the place for the Lest Apple Vinegar
ithe market for pickling. ly
For Sale..
A select line of cheap and fine Pic
tre Frames att
tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery. ~
For the next 830 days gents summer
iderwear will be sold at a sacrifice at
hiidran Erti far Pitehark Catari/ f
uperint-nd ent Brown Resigos-flis Suc
cecwor to be Elected in Two Week% .
Prof. J. F. Brown has resigned as
u;->erintendent of the Newberry Gradel
;ehools, to take effect at once. Prof.
3rown has accepted the professorship
>f -Mathematics in the Columbia Fe
nale College, lately occupied by Prof
:inkscales, who goes to Clemson Col
The graded school trustees held a
ueetiug on Tuesday, accepted Prof.
3rown's resignation and passed the
'ollowing re olutions :
Whereas, Prof. J. F. Brown, has offered his
-esignation as superintendent of the Newber
-y Graded Schools, which resignation has
)eeu accepted.
Resolved. 1. That the Board of Trustees are
orry to lose the services of Prof. Brown who
-as given entire satisfaction to the Board t
Md we think to the patrons of the school.
2. That in his larger fleld of usefulness upon
vhich he enters Prof. Brown carries the good
Wishes of this Board. t
The board appointed Thursday, Au
nust 27th, for the election of a superin
.ennent, and applications can be filed
vith Mr. Jas. K. P. Goggans on or be
rore that date.
Prof. Brown has many friends in
Newberry among patrons and pupils
who regret his leaving our town.
A pleasant and efficient remedy
Dysentery, Diarrhoea and all
stomach and bowel complaints.
Prepared and sold by
Corner Drug Store
Monday, August 17!
Clinton to C4aileston!
is guaranteed to all who will go.
Train will leave Clinton at 5 a. m., and
returning leave Charleston at 9 p. m.
Fare for round trip: Kinards $2.90;
Gary's Lane $2.85; Jalapa $2.80; New
berry $2.75; Prosperity $2.60. Slighs
$2.35; Little Mountain $2.25.
Train will stop at all stations along
You will have ten hours in Charles
ton, which gives ample time to visitithe
Islands and all places of interest.
Good order will be preserved, and
especial care will be given the ladies.
Separate coaches will be provided for
the colored people.
Preaching in the academy Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
i Miss Ida Miller has been spending a
few days with her sister here.
Miss Ophelia Nates returned home
on Saturday from her visit to Lewie
The weather is very warm, and any
thing else but an overcoat is now in
Mr. M. D. Kinard and wife, of Wil
liamston, are visiting relatives anid
friends in this neighborhood.
Our public roads are receiving somne
ur big little neighbor "Dick" is Jo
eparing to make some improvements,
out his dwelling. The appearance of pie
.r quiet, little village continues to
We are informed that Rev. J. D.
>wles will preach in Mt. Pilgrim
.urch on next Sunday at 11 a. m. We Dr.
t learn that Rev. Mr. Bowles
eached in Bachman Chapel church
Slast Sunday at 11 a. m. Mr. Bowles
ways finds a warm welcome while in
e hands of either of the above named H4
ngregations, and may his visits i
aongst us on earth yet be many.
The trustees of Ridgeroad academy em
e erecting a new school building near w
eir new church. This Is as it should na
and we wish the trustees much suc- an
ss in their good undertaking. ar
This section was largely represented At
Little Mountain on last Wednesday H.
Ld a good number returned feeling
at the mountain soil along with her
freshing breezes would be a pleasant
ace to locate.
The crops in this neighborhood re
ains promising. The corn crop will ]
r exceed that of last year. Mr. Marion pe<
iller has the finest piece of young mni
rn we have seen this season. ru]
SIGM!A. ke
full line of i
For sale at wi
Drug Store.
Mason sFruit Jars.
The most satisfactory on the market.
t MCINTOsH's. ly
The "Reliable" Brand
now thre Leader in Hams, Smoked
ongues, Dried Beef, &c. Constantly
hand at MCINTOSH's. ly
Erysipelas.-I. L. Irvin. of Thomas
lle, Ga., says he was afflicted with
rysipelas for ten years and was only
red when P. P. P. wa used.
The prettiest line of neckwear ever
fered in Newberry at
A Safe Investment.
[ one which is gparanteed to bring you B
tisfactory results. or in ease of failure a re- c
rn of purchase price. On this safe plan you .
n buy from our advertised Druggist a bottle at
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
n. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every ge
.se. when used for any aitection of Throat-Li
mgs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflam
ation or Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whoop, te]
g Congh, Croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and ac
reeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can
ways be depended upon. Trial bottles free co
Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store. o
Ten Baby was sick, w e gave her Castoria. ed
Ten she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. he
Ten she became issi, she clung to Castoria. m
Ten she had Children, she gave them Castoria. to
Succesarn1 Trial of an Aquacycle. m
- cu
TscotA, ILL., Aug. 9.-About 10,000 Wi
ople witnessed the first trial of Prof. su
laude Baum's acquacycle to-day at
re Montezuma health resort, on the
Tabash river. It was a novel exhi
tion and many are convinced that a
heel has been found that will run on -
ater with almost as much speed as
cycles on land.r
ildrn_Cruy for_Pitchar sariE a
7he Question of the Refundment of State
Taxes-Big Amount Involved Uuder
the Old Exemption Act.
[The State, 8th.]
The claim of the Newberry Cotton
dill for the refundment of a large
Lmount of taxes paid the State is com
ng into notice again. Once before The
Late has been called upon to give the
acts of the case, but that has been
one months ago.
Yesterday Assistant Attorney Gene
al Townsend began to investigate the
niatter. it being referred to him by the I
omptroller general for his opinion, and
a this opinion, no doubt, the case will
e settled. He had nearly completed the
vork of huuting up the various laws
earing on the matter last night and
xpects to complete the work this
noriiig. The result will hardly be
nade public, however, until the comp
roller returns.
Briefly told, the circumstances are I
hese: The legislature in 1873 passe,
nu act exempting cotton mills from
axation for a certain number of years
n order to encourage their establish
nent. As the years went on several
ther acts were passed, and finally the
xemption clause was repealed. In
886 the mill was chartered, and it is
laimed that it is exempt from taxa
ion under its charter. The case is badly
nixed. but the decision is no doubt
ear ai hand.
[Special to News and Courier.]
COLUMBIA, August 9.-It will, per
aps, be pleasant news to the Newber
-y Cotton Mill that it has made a sue
ressful showing in the exemption mat
er and that, therefore, the opinion of
;he Attorney-General is in favor of the
Another Cure for Eheumatitm.
P. P. P. Vnfg Co., Savannah, Ga.
GENTLEMEN- had Bheumatism for
>ver six years, and last May was taken
lown and confined to my bed. My
egs and feet were badly swollen and
he color of a red apple, and I was in a
earful condition. I heard of P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas
um), and after seeing what the in
redients were-as the formula is on
he Pottle-I concluded to try it, and
fter taking three small bottles was
%ble to go down town and attend to my
business, and I mu3t say that I feel
like another man. Am now taking
the large size, and to-day I believe that
I will soon be as likely as any man of
ixty-one years of age can expect to be.
Merit Wins.
We desire to say to our citizens, that for
years we have been selling Dr King's New
Discovery for Comsumptiop, Dr. King's New
Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Elec
tric Bitters, and have never handled remedies
that sell as well, or that have given such
universal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee them every time, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price. if satis
factory results do not follow their use. These
remedies have won their great popularity
purely on their merits. Robertson & Gil
der, Druggists
Mrs. B. H. Waldrop, wife of Mr.
W. W. Waldrop, of Newberry, died
at her home in Township No. 6 on
Saturday, 8th instaut, aged 76 years.
Mrs. Long, wife of Mr. M. *.. Lone,
died near Gallman Academy, on We
nesday, 12th instant, aged about 4.5
List of letters unclaimed and advertised
August 13, 1891.
Alice, Miss C. D. Oxner, John
ersons calling for the above letters will
Ise say that they were advertised.
R. MooEM?x, P. M. T
Oliver's Property Devoted to Phian
thropic Parposes. O
:t is learned from the Spartanburg 4
rad that by the provisions of the I
L of the late Rev. R. C. Oliver his s:
perty is left in the care of six trus- E
s, who from it will provide for the
rying on of the weekly journal, The Ma
y of Faith. and the gospel taber- al
le. Mrs. Oliver will receive an ha
unity of about $1.500. The trustees an
T. G. Herbert, T. C. Ligon, J. F. tis
derson, L. B. Baynes, C. D. Stanley,
F. Chreitzberg..
A roint of Etiquette.
-- at
[Chester Enterprise.1
?or the benefit of some of our young -
>ple, we will say that when a young
n takes a young lady to church the
es of society do not require that they
sp up the conversation constantly
-oughout the services.
Hampton's Hounds.
UEXINGTON, Ky., Aug. 9.-Ai range
ints are all complete for a great bench
w, to be held under the auspices of
New York Kennel Club. Gen.
ade Hampton, of South Carolina, .
I be present with his celebrated pack
hounds to engage in fox chases. The se]
e track will be enclosed and hurdles 7a
11 be placed across the same for if
nters. All in the chase will be be
ssed in English hunting costume fo
>h the method and results when th
rup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
d refreshing to the taste, and acts
ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
ver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
n effectually, dispels colds, head- 2
bes and fevers and cures habitual m"
nstipation. Syrup of Figs is the To
ly remedy of its kind ever pro- alt
ced, pleasing to the taste and ac- att
ptable to the stomach, prompt in of
action and truly beneficial in its an
isets, prepared only frm the most
althy and agreeable substances, its e
my excellent qualities commend it Eq
all and have made it the most i
pular remedy known. be]
Spof Fisis for sale in 50c xci
dbottlesball leading drug- ~
its. Any relible druggist who ni,
my not have it on hand will pro- of
re it promptly for any one who fre
shes totry it. Do not accept any
CADENY. 551[111 -
for Infants aur
known to me." H. A. J z''w, M.D.,
11 So.OxfordSt., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castorla''Is uoumiv.ral and
Its merits so welkl that gemane
int.en 6ieswho do0 not keep la
, at Pastor Bloomingdle Befemed Urh
The "I. W. HARPER" Whiskey is I
famous for its magnificent bouquet, its
rich flavor, its medicinal propetes, its I
power to drive away menta and ph y
sical langor, and can be secured in an1y
uantities from Thomas Boozer, Ne w
Bucklen's Amnica Salve.
e Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores, gjf
ieUlcers t Rhenm Fver Sores,Tet
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
pe r ec a retired It Is guaatedto
e 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert- e
& Gilder.
Many Per!sons are broken Bdf
en from overwork or household cares.
r1ow's Iron Bitters Rebandasthe
'se,ads dgsinreoes excess of bile,
~adall Pope, the retired druggist of,
:ison, Fla., says P. ?. P. is the best
rative in the market, and he has
ied and sold all the sarsaparillas
Iblood medicines that were adver
The Coming Season B
Vil be a good one for playing Bail. B
es can find the flest Base-ball goods
he Bookstore. 1y. L
[as it ever occurred to you that, in i
eting a company in which to assure
r life, there are three points which,
orrectly ascertained, will determine
ond all question the best company A
you to choose ?E
[ere they are:
SAFETY (or Strength) is all impor-Of
t for an insurance contract is either en U
d into for a long period of years or for life
the case of an injsurance company (asAl
2an individual or with any other business
nization), strength is determined:by the
unt of assets OVER AND ABOVE ALL LIA
:rIEs; or, in other words, by the Surplus.
the surplus of the Equitable Life Assur
e Society of the United States on Dec.
,1893, amounted to Twenty-three and Three W
rter Millions (a sum many millions in B
ss of the surplus held by any other life
pany in the world), and as the Equitable's
oof assets to liabilities is 125 per eent.,
$125 to meet each $100 of indebtedness (a INI
entage greatly in excess of that of any jj
r leading company), the qnestion of
test safety must be decided in favor of Te
ASSETS................ 19,243,744
IABILITIES (l per cent) 95,593,297
SURPLUS.............. 23,740,447
CONTRACT (or PoHecy).-This deter-K
nes your rights and privileges. The Free
ntine policy and application of the Equl
ec is free from any and all restrictions
r one year, is absolutely incontestable
er two years, gives a choice of six methods7
settlement at theend of the stated period,
is payable immediately on receipt of
fs of death. Compare this with the
Icy of any other company, and the v
iet will necessanly be in favor of the I'Oi
RESULTS-The settlements that are
g made on the twenty-year Tontine pol
sof the Equitable Society, maturing in
I, show a cash return to the policy-holder
iself, IN ADDITION to the protection fur
ed by the life assurance for twenty yers C
all the premiums paid, with interest at
2% to 7 per cent. per annum besides
ording to the kind of policy and age of
assured). No other company can show 8EC
2 results, and hence it is that the Equita
's business has outstripped that of every
or assurance organization
rher information will be promptly
nished en application to.
d ChIldren.
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