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E. II. AULI-, KDITOK.
Entered at tlu* 1 'osioITice at Newberry,
S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Tuesday, September 1, 11)08.
AS TO THE COLUMBIA STATE.
The Herald and News lias said all
it cares Id say to the Columbia Stale.
AVe slated in the last issue thai Hie
newspaper controversy, so far as we
are concerned, was closed. After the
charge we made as to the assertions
and insinuations of the Columbia
State, it is useless to bandy words
further, in the newspapers, at least.
It will be recalled that we characterized
curtain assertions and insinuations
nf the editor of the Columbia
State as "maliciously false."
ivijiiuiiju xruti jtsn-ijuutj.
Till! <*<m1111i11 ee ;i|>|h>i111 <*? 1 by tliu
citi/.ens' meetiiiii' In rs?ise money from
I In* lnisincss men id' the eity l or the
j)iir|M)>c ul hiiildiuu ;i ferry ill I Ik*
si,>11 bridge liiiil no (1 iIfiee,ll\ in scrurinjr
lit*run* lli?' ferry is cnmplefed, however.
il would he well for I In? ehsuu*
her id' commen-e or tin* eiti/ens' incclinj;
in scud some one li> the sleul
bridge ;iiul In have ;i conferenee wilh
I In* supervisor of Newberry sis well
sis I lie supervisor of Saluda suid soo
if il would not be I lie better pistil to
rebuild I lie bridge. We bsive positive
in formal iou licit llie piers are slsindiii'j
si ml llisit all of I lie <lee| part of
the bridge is still I here. We also
iinder<land that the supervisor of S;iInd.i
run111 v iisis lei the contract fur
tin* biiildiuv: of an .ipprosich to Ijie
bridge IVom 11 ? Saluda side.
It i- ssiid thai probahly there would
be difficulty in sciMirinu the riuhl-ofwsiy
on the Saludsi side of the ferry,
:i^ the terry would he loesiled some
L'l'" or M) y sin Is below the bridue.
It is ilio i^ht th.it wilh the expendi
1 nri' of .-Inn m- i'l'iiiu I>\ the two
.unties (hsil the hridve esiu he replarei
1 and the approaches built, ami
that tlie w.uk if e-*uiiienced at oiiee
.Il I I. i i . i : i
iii* i-i mii| iii-i rn \\ II 11111 I \\ O WCCKS,
II' these r.i?|s miv correct it certainly
would he ccommiy to rebuild
(lie liridgc :il niicc and In ahanilnii
tin* idea of ;i I'ercv, which will cost
jfc.'StHI in- ?k-|OD in :*i|ilitii>n In the cost
of himinlcnanec Mini besides m ferry
could scarcely ;l ecmmm tda I e I lie people
who desire to c)"^s.
Wc simves! that tlic eominil tees in
cIimri?e from the cili/.ens' meeting as
Well MS tllC ('linmlHH' of commerce take j
lhi< mal'or n|? m' (Hire with I lie sup-I
ervivors .?i" t!n l w<? counties, miicI I
look i)iii> it thoroughly before any j
money is expended nil tin* est;11 >Ii<h- '
ll'CIlt < I f I 111' fl'IT V.
THE ELECTION RETURNS.
Nut \v i I list m ml i H'4 tin' tact that Newlien
y wa- almo-l completely buttled
ll|) 1?v I lie f|.H?d>. The Herald and
News was aide til keep tin* people id'
Newberry po?|ed on the State election
returns as last as they were received
in I'ohimhia and <*harlcstnn;
and practically complete totals wen
given in our regular issue of Friday,
and complete totals in our extra of
Friday afternoon. These figures
were cltangcd very little by (lie ollicial
I 1111 tMlSIIICSS of 0 newspaper is to I
irivc the news while it i-> news, and
that is what The Herald and News'
did last week notwithstanding th? I
The Herald and News lias also, under
great difficaltics, kept its readers
posted in regard to the flood situation,
not only i,( Newberry, lint
throughout the Stale.
The Bell Telephone has mainlained
its >ervice out of Newberry without
interruption, and to thi< company
much credit is due for keenimr up our
communication with the outride world.
Picnic at Snluda Acailcmy.
There will he a picnic at Saluda
academy, in No. 0 rown-hm. on Satnrdav.
will be served for benefit of ball
team. There will be two ball irames,
<cie in the morninor and one in the
afternoon. Kvervb'dv invited to
come and brinir well filled baskets.
Applications for tbo position of
teacher of Hannah school (colored),
District No. 10. will be received by the
undersigned on or before Saturday,
September 1 *_?. Term five months;
salary. >'27 per month. Address
.1. M. Nichols
II. f\ T.ake.
1. P. f'annon,
Newberry, R. F. D. 4.
ACTING CHIEF FRANKLIN. J
He IIav Seen Twenty-five Yeai\s' ! 0
Service Oti The Policc Force
i 1111 iii<> >ni liisl S.11 iir.l.i v, Clnef i
i?I" I'olii'i; .Jiio. (A'Sun- in l.iki'i:' Iiis a
animal varation of \<d: allot iwl si
' ^ ^ ^ !
A''! N'! ? ; i I I'. !'. F'-ANKUX. !J"
lo ";icli ii ie.it lie r ??l t . ii ?.i ?l"vt'
illlil 1 11. i!. I 'i : iii> Iiil i - :ii 1 - ' Ii
in.it chicl'. i
1 'oliccrii.-in l''r;inl<lin li:is served on ,
tlic police force in Newhetry I'nr 25;
vent's. II" litis lieeii /"decM-il every
("i I I N< >. !\ \! JAM >. S<
year since ! ' ; fii-t ( 'm-ii.ui i.v.ep!
iiiic, ami ;il 111;iI lime II w.i; off 11.0
I force for onlv ;i few mouth*, 1 jis I
position l'.'iu" uiv.-M '.< : > . i e.n- '
!y <1 itriit*.* I In- year.
When an I*"i*i?? '? i11 was tirs; l'
elected a in-nluT ?!* !: I'nr the j
lion. V. .). I'ope, now - !?" ??I c.f
tilt1 SUprcillO court. WM-; ''II .if ? !"'
Mr. Kranklin lias n?: !? a l.iit'il'ul |U
ami ?n-i*i *i11 iiut^ otlicer. Ii ivI
iiimi k:hh* f Ii.it ilurinv hi- '<? -ei - j
! vee while he ha> !!(" i: ia man*' J
l-laces hI' dau-jcr, h>- never i-'-eeiv- j'
cd a serious hurt. He 11:is h;,*l oi-tols
i 1 t'
i ami knives drawn mi li.<n. lvi! Ins I
lioen only slightly scratched ,;uc<> m j'1
twice. i ,>x
Mr. Franklin wa? :!7 years f ape 1,1
when first elected | >>ie,"Mal'. hi inu i
now .?J. 1
A CARD. j ri
To the 1 teii)'?rrat ie voters of New- I
Iln>rry nmutv: I ?!e<ire to return my |
sincere thanks anil heart-felt a pure- |
eialiitns :o all of those who supported !
me on the 2'ith. and I wish to sav to j ,
I I :I'
those who failed to do so null T have i
not anvtliinir hip irood will and Kind :
feelinir towards von.
On account of sickness T was pre- j (,|
vented from associating with my ; p,,
friends the h:-t week of the eanip:'iirn. j
1 make this explanation to show to j ))(
you that it wasn't netrleet or nneon- 0).
eern that kept me from homy; with ^ ) ,
my competitors. j S(<
This is my -ecoml year I have serv- j |(1
ed yon as one of your county coinmis- , ni
sinners. Search niv reco<d from he- | vi
irinninu to end and if it don't stand j
the le-<t I d?m't expect your suffrage. j
\ I' it i^ sill i<factory 1 slnill appreciate jp
I am williny ( . xf-md or full upon
i 1 I!
mv past rcrnrd.
Your- ri*-:?i?rt fnllv. 1
,\ ,)'.< : ' IPOS. '
The township representaltvos ol the ' n;
Confederate veterans will meet in p
council c'umihev. Xewherrv. f>. at
1 1 o'clock a. ?.. Scntcmh"r 7. to j ?(
elect a pension hoard for the Year j,
W. O. Peterson, j
Per.. Conn ^
053111EU COCAINE AND o
llnt>it^ <%iro?l r?t my flnnatnrhim In a s
fow wook*. You can return to yonr
lioiuc in ;U) <lny? well, frco i\n<t tmju'y.
I tnivc tniulo Uioso )i.\liftri i\ oncctnlty (or (
V-Vy " an.t cnro.l tlioHnniKlH. PftPP
lV>ok on Iloino Troatmcnt hoiiI rntk
A.titri'Sft I?1C. 11. SI. WOIIMKV,
'oa N. I'ryor titrnot, Atlanta, <da?
GEN. STEWART DEAD.
en. S. B. Buekner of Kentucky, the
Only Other Living Confederate
Biloxi, Miss., Aug. ill).?(Ion. Alexmlcr
I'. Stewart, one of the last two
irviving lieutenant generals of the ]
'onfederate Slates arm.v, (lied at his!
onio here today. Although in his,
Fth year and suffering from the in-J
nnities of old age. (Ten. Stewart's
. a 111 was sudden and eame as a disnet
surprise to relatives and friends.
A native of Tennessee. Gen. Stew I
lived the greater part of his life
that State but of late had been
aking his home in Miloxi, where he
?und the salt air and pine woods of
eal benefit to his health.
The Kpworth League of Central
mreli will meel <>n Thursday night, I
L? V I I. * i 1 n 4%t\
D o CHICK, IIISII'iHI Ol n..fU, in lite .
Miss I/,icy Kpps. who has boon \
airman of the missionary depart
cnl of tlit* League. Icavos on Moil- I
iv for the Methodist training school
Nashville, and all Leaiine members !
id friends are invited to he present I
wish her (Sod speed.
The following is the program for j
c evening: I
Tn 11< by Or. Wol liner.
Vocal solo?Miss Mamie Salter,
llistorv of the Methodist Training ;
'lioid. Its Aim?"Miss Taicy Kpps. j
Keeitalion?Miss Anna Kavanaii^!^. j
Wilinintrlon, X. f\
Vocal solo-Mix. l\ <\ ("Jailhud. j
I .ea'.'iie benedict ion.
The Ladies Home and Foreign Mis>!iarv
societies of the Church of
c Kedeeiner will meet in the Rim- I
v school room on Monday. Septein>
7. :?I five o'clock p. nt. The Younir i
Mies' Auxiliary and |!i<> .lunior
r!<ers ;uv 11 t i I i I |o meet with
i'?n :if the sa ille time place.
l! will !?. tint* la-t iin\i wiili niir
!<>vi>(| president, Mrs. .lanios A. IV ,
Mrs. A. J. Rowers, !
""^stov at Mt. Olivet Remembered.
The people ?f Ml. Olivet i
lion have airain romomher"d their'
>s|mi* ami his family in a very sul>- J
On Wednesday. Aucrusf 12. there :
*r?* driven in our home !l two-horse,
M?_'niis luailcil with horse feed ami :
vision*, hriniiiiiff such Ihimrs as
fodder. e??i*n. flour. Inrkev. etc.
'!'he*e 'jiTls are verv heloful. inbecause
in a material wav. they
<*-m in these times of liiirli prices |
< civile* of several dollars: hut es iallv
in this, tlini they came as j
idouce of nood will and annreciaI ion :
i the part of this people, and can |
U lntl eiicoura<>-e us. and strengthen!
e hands unitinir pastor and people.
;iv the fiiver of all <rnnd thincrs
ehlv hless and prosper these people.
J. 0. Wessisrner.
Of the more than one thousand lovand
thoughtful frieir/Is who favorI
me on last Tuesday with their kind
irtiality, I am sincerely proud, ni.il
aleful to them; for those who
lose allot her T lisivo I tin l-irwllinof I
diners. All will rest assured the
esent failure to reach mv goal shall
>t deter ine in tlie least from grcatand
more determined efforts in the
it tire in trying to hnild up the rural
hool. Tf T can he of any assistance
i any section of the county in the
atter of educational work, my screes
are subject to command.
.7. H. O'Neall TTollowav.
OR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER.
1 desire to express my sincere
tank- to the voters of Newberry
ninty for the handsome support
icy nave me in the first primary for |
lilroad commissioner. Their kind- j
ss to tne, together with that ? I I
iends in the other counties, caused)
e to lead in the first race, and my!
ime will he before you in the second i
My record as a public oOicial is be?re
the people of South Carolina. I
avc endeavored to render efficient
2rvice on the railroad commission,
am prepared by my experience to
ctter serve you in the future.
I hop<? ' receive a large majority j
f the vot( of Newberry in the secmi
primary, :iii<1 will ever seek to
how my appreciation of the support
mi give me by a faithful discharge
f nv dut ies.
Banks L. Caughman.
Mattings, Art Sq
Stoves and All
Having purchased th
liams, we are c.ompelle
everything to make ro
for the fall trade, from 1!
This is a Br
and one that will not c
We can and will save y
Nothing old and out
thing this fall buy it no
Come and look throi.
to buy now, it will pay
1316 and 1318 Mai
NOTICE OF ELECTION, j
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION j
STATR OF SOUTH CAROLINA, j M }
COl'XTV OF XRWBKRRY. ; /I|/
In accordance with the rules of'the i I
1 >emocralic party, a sccond primary j y
election is hereby called to ho held in
Xewherry county on Tuesday, Sep- '
lenihcr Hth, 1!)()S, for the following j
I'nited States Senator. ! _
State Superintendent of Education, j I /V |
Railroad Commissioner. |
House of Representatives.
Magistrates in respective town-'
ship*. j "JU<
The managers of election shall open J"0?lCl V
the polls at 8 a. m. and shall close
them at 4 p. m. The same managers ClfOSS^
will serve who served in the first
1>rirry' - Ineed
iic ijiimiiin.-,iiinms mr voting snail
bo as follows: The voter shall be q+- V ] P
twenty-one years of age or shall be- *
come so before the succeeding gen- f- U*
oral election, and be a white Demo- l- ' d 1 I
crnt or a negro who voted for Gener- as a i
al Hampton in 1870 and has voted II Baj
the Democratic ticket continuously illW
since; Provided, that no white man 'TU p
sliiill be excluded from participation
in the Demoeratic primary who shall ok'iK't'e*
take (lie plod ere required by the rules
of t!>o Democratic party. i i i
Xo person shall ho permitted to ^
vote unless he has been enrolled on
flic club list at least five days before OOl*05
the said primary election. . . ,
After tabulating the results of said t
election the managers shall certify ^
!lw> same and forward the ballot box, our
pull lists and all other papers relat- .
ing to such election to the chairman 1 i) 0
within forty-eight hours after the
close of the polls. 1.11 0 0(
Managers will call for the ballot
boxes on and after September 4, at the flclV 0
office formerly occupied by the supervisor4,
in the old court house, where
tliev will receive same, ballots and
full instructions. . .
Fred TT. Dominick,
County Chairman. ^ w
B. B. I.oit/.soy,
?"ciotary. j fl
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CINCO CIGARS can bo bought from j
1 to 2,000 at Bronddus & Ruff's.
i a ^
le entire stoc
d to make a
om for our f
5 to 30 per ce
ome your w;
ou big mone
of style. If ;
w and save <
igh, even i.; \
you. No Trouble
to R. C. Willi?
n St., New
KING - ON
st now as yc
to have yout
3S made you
one of the
, medium, lo\
>ust., very flex
and made in
are a featun
' orset depart.
W. B. Redus
sst stout Lao
ever had. .
k of R. C Wilforced
ine new goods
nt for the cash.
ay again ouon.
per c-:n . 1
/ou don'. j,-.nt
i to Show Goods.
\ & IS! ts
at is 11
! W K ^
berry, S. C.
)U ar( < r * in sr
>o at $3.00 is
I r i k k B
?> Cfr rn ?