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PURELY PERSONAL. ei
Movements of Many People, New.w
berrians and Those Who Visit t
Miss Janie Bowers left last Satur
day for Stillwell, Ga. E
Mr. W. C. Breckenridge, of Laur- fr
ens, was in the city Saturday. i
Mr. Asa Oxner,_ of Columbia, spent
the week-end in the county. - G
Miss Cassie Brown, of Augusta, is ]
visiting Miss Louise: Jones. I1
Miss Katherine Wright is visiting in tj
Guy Brown is back from Atlanta. N
where he has been attending college. &
Misses Annie and Roberta Mann c
are in Spartanburg on a visit to their it
sister, Mrs. Harry Price.
Miss Gertrude Matthews, of New
berry, has been elected to teach the Ir
Watts Mill school, Laurens. s
Mr. Issie B. Mann is in Columbia
attending Macfeat's Business college,
taking the bookkeeping course.
Rev. S. P. McCarthy and family, of
Easley, are visiting M.. McCarthy's t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Perry. t
Misses Sarah Houseal and Ernes- 1l
tine Grachen are visiting Mrs. Char- p
ley Simmons at Greenwood.
Dr. P. G. Ellesor is in Columbia to a
attend a meeting of the State Medi- t
cal Examining Board, and will be e
absent until Friday. fi
Mr. L. G. Balle, Jr., a young repre- t
sentative of the highest banking busi- t(
ness and social circles of Laurens, e
spent Sunday in the city.
Mrs. Wyatt Turner, who has been ,
visiting her mother, Mrs. Ida.N. Booz
er, on Harrington street, has return
ed to her home in Ninety Six. a
Miss Blanche Gary, .who has been B
the charming guest of Mrs. John M. 3
Kinard for a few days, returned yes- v
terday to her home in Abbeville. f
Messrs. Munson Buford, Jr., and T
Clarence Wallace attended the com
mencement dance at Clinton last
Miss Mary Lizzie Wise and Miss IC
Mary Wheeler, who were attractive
guests of Miss Margaret Burton for u
the commencement festivities, have o:
returned to Prosperity.
Miss Emily Meng is the guest0af ~
ths Misses Goggans in Main street.
Miss Meng has made many friends
during her frequent visits to New' t
Mr. Elliott H. Julian, of the Bell T
Telephone company, returned last a'
week to get the -malaria out of his ir
system, swamps of the low country a:
having given him a dose that made ei
him turn homeward for recuperation. t<
Miss Banna Green, accompanied by i
Miss Hattie Piester, of Goldvi.lle, andt
Miss Julia Schumpert, of Prosperity. '
left last Thursday night for Rock Hill.
to join a house party at the home ofb
their classmate, Miss Florence Steele.
.Brent Schaeffer, one of the hono? *
graduates of Newberry college, class j
of 1910, has been visiting Robert ci
Houseal since the close of commence
ment Brent left yesterday for his
home in Greenville, Tenn.'
Prof. Oscar Black, another of the it
successful graduates of Newberry 0o
college, has been elected principal of ha
the high school .at Little Mountain ti
Prof.' Black taught the past session D
.ini the high school department at 'ai
. Prosperity. :a
Mr. W. D. Miller was in Newberry1
~Tast Saturday with his brother, .Mr.
. J. G. Miller, and cousin, Mr. W. J.
*Miller, returning to his home in Aus-.
- tin, Texas, where he is engaged in H
the mercantile business. He had been B!
~to Goldville visiting his mother, Mrs.
J3. C. Miller: Mr. Miller left S.huthw
Carolina about eight years ago, and
although quiite a young mani, is a slve- h(
cessful merchant in Austin.
Mr. G. G. Sale's reappearance on B~
the streets last week was a source of IV
pleasure to his numerous friends,
who have missed his genial presence Is
since his recent fall which caused H
bim a broken ankle. He was out for th
cnly a short while, however, depend- m
ing upon the use of cruttches in go
ing from the hack .to his office on law e
business that called him down town. ci
Uis accident came at a bad time for so
.him, this being court week.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT. r
There will be a meeting of the Red in
Men at Pomaria on Wedasday night,
June 15. Mr. J. P. Gaston, of Colum- gi
bia, will be present. t
The White Star laundry has failed. h
The business of sending your laun- ai
dry to Charlotee has been given to
Miss Anne 0. Ruff.fi
Those who have been eating bread h
from Sonnenburg's bakery can eat fu
bread from. Miss Anne 0. Ruff's. 0th- e
ers may too. ev
visitors. Last it was commence- IN
ent .visitors. Next it will be Ep
orth visitors, and then R. F. D. visi- Sur
The ladies of the Smyrna Presby
rian church will hold an ice cream
stival on the lawn of Mr. George P.
oozer on' Friday evening June 17 se
om 4 to 11 o'clock. All cordially co
During last week Candidate for the
overnor Blease made a big political bee
:eech in the lower part of the State. wi
i his absence as mayor, Alderman ma
d. H. Rodelsperger held the reins of per
ie city government. ily
That fine locomotive made by a So'
ewberrian is on exhibition at Gilder CO
Weeks. Mr. John J. Eargle, of this an
ty, shows great r-techanical ingenu- Sta
y in the construction of this perfect c
Lodel of railroad engine. ber
One day last week a certain grand- da3
other in Newberry received a mes
ige that her son was the father of a gra
air of twins, which had just been mi:
dded to his household. He doesn't the
ve in Newberry now. en1
Hereafter the laundry handled ma
irough Miss Annie Ruff will be sent gei
) Charlotte until further notice. ha
lace your laundry in the hands of suI:
[iss Ruff and it will be attended to for
Rev. Dr. Moses, a former mission- abc
ry, has accepted the call to the pas- to
)rate 6f Bethlehem, colored, Baptist nea
iurch of this city, to take charge the isls
rst Sunday in July, on which day suc
iere is to be a great rally. All friend the
) the church are invited to be pres- all
at on that occasion, each expected tha
) contribute one dollar. ab]
Mayor Blease had six negroes be- a.:
>re him Monday for gambling. They pri
Ll pleaded guilty and were fined $5 of
piece, each paying his fine. At the wb
%me session of the court Mayer bee
lease sentenced two negroes $100 or the
) days each-one for whipping his shc
ife and the other for stealing oats POS
-om Mr. Tom Davenport's stables. in
he two took the days. col
A Peculiarly Sad Death.
Death at all times and in any cir- y
imstance is sad, but peculiarly pa
tetic is the death of a young wife att
cder surgical operation. The death
Mrs. Matilda Fowles Taber occur
d at Knowlton's infirmary, Colum- ily
La, at 3 o'clock last Friday morning, cot
hie had just been taken to the in' nes
rmary to undergo an operation, bef
-om the effects of which she died, al- am
ough her death was unexpected pel
he sad and sudden death of Mrs. dor
aber was a great shock to her rel- 3
:ives and friends, many of whom are Ibill
tNewberry, where her parents, Mr. har
ad Mrs. J. N. Fowles, so long resid- eac
I before removing to Columbia, and me
whomi, together *with the sorrow- per
g husband, all hearts unite in ex- .
nding the deepest sympathy. The go,
unng wife was only 25 years of age. has
The remains were brought to New- the
~rry Saturday and carried to the. haa
>me of Mrs. Taber's aunt, Mrs. Clara ma
.McCrary, where the fuznera.l ser- fica~
ce was held at 5 o'clock by the Rev. Per
E. James. Interment at Rosemont tail
Death of Mr. James Dunbar. pos
Mr. James Dunbar died at his home exI
this city Sunday afternoon at 1 tho
clock after a lingering illness. He the
ad been in feeble health for -some an
ne, and was about 53 years old. Mr. con
inbar was a native of Union county, lar4
id came to Newberry about 25 years lar;
~o. He married Miss Sallie Stod- cal4
~rd, of this city, who survives hinm- bei:
gether with two daughters, Misses the
iele and Josephine, and one son, at
mas. The surviving brothers and the
ters are: Mr. N. P. Dunbar and Mr. lim:
nry Dunbar, of Union, Mrs. Henry mu
)uknight, of Texas, Mrs. J. F. Jack- infi
n, and Mr. George Dunbar, of Edge- Whp
yod, Cal. cri
The funeral service was held at the ty,
use at 5 o'clock yesterday after- foll
on, conducted by the Rev. M. L.Igoo
mnks, assisted by the Rev. Geo. A. len4
right. Interment at Rosemont. any
Mr. N. P. Dunbam and his son, Mr. diti
y Dunbar, of Union, and Mrs. Mary mai
all, of Westminster, the mother of ing
e bereaved widow, were among the sho
Durners. . of
The sympathies 'a the public are con
tended to the sonowin wife atu! sin]
ildren in the hour of their greaf4 ery
rrow and affliction. hin
The Library. ille
Beginning this morning the library are
oms will be open on Tuesday morn- you
g from 10 until 1 o'clock. do
The town council has decided not to suc
ye the $100 that they have given for1
e past six years so the ladies will
ve to call upon the townsmen for G
i in maintaining the library. gi
This library is a great deal of bene- of
to the town as books are consulted ing
.d the association would hate to,ro
ve to close library for the lack of ago
nids. A committee has been appoint- vl
to solicit aid, and in a few days ber
ery gentleman in town will be call- ago
E GENERAL SESSIONS COURT.
amer Term Convened-udge Ald- F
ich's Charge to Grand Jury-The
Work of the Court.
'he summer term of the general
sions court for Newberry county ei
vened yesterday morning, Judge h
trich, of Barnwell, presiding. This
fudge Aldrich's first appearance on n
bench in Newberry, though he has r
n in Newberry before and. has.a s
le acquaintance here and numbers o
ny Newberry people among his
soniAl friends. He comes of a fam
of jurists long distinguished in
ith Carolina. He is an able and b
Lscientous presiding judge, and is
ornament to the bench of the
;olicitor Cooper handed out a nunr
of bills to the grand jury yester
udge Aldrich, in charging the e
.nd jury, said that under our ad
able system which provides that E
grand jury shal serve for the
ire year, it was unnecessary to b
ke any extended charge upon their
ieral duties, as he assumed that
I already been done. He said the g
amer term of court was primarily r
the purpose of trying jail cases. F
has been agitated very often in
general assembly," he said, "to G
)lish this court altogether, owing
the fact that it is a busy time with
Lrly all of our people, but the leg
Lture has never seen fit to pass
:h an act, owing to the fact that
re tre' more or less prisoners in c
the jails of the State for offences
,t are. not bailable, or who are un
e to give the bail, and it - would be
natter of cruelty to keep those
soners confined until the fall term 0
the court. That being the reason fl
y this court has not long since
n abolished by- law, I take it to be
spirit of the law that this court
uld be devoted principally to dis- a
ing of cases where the parties are h
jail. For that reason I generally ii
fine myself in the summer term to t<
Lrging the grand jury upon such S
s as the solicitor gives out. As I Y
, you have been already charged h
my predecessor as to your general r<
vers and duties, and will be again
the fall term. -n
While I say this court is primar-a
devoted to jail cases, of course the
.rt is open for the dispatch of busi
s and any business that is brought
ore it can be disposed of. But I'
alluding to the reasons which i-a
me to pursue the course I hav e
te and propose to continue to/do."
udge Aldrich then took up the
s of indictment which had been
Lded out and charged the law as to
h. In connection with the indict
ats charging violation of the dis- h
tsary law, he said in part: - I
As far back as the memory of manr
s the traffic in intoxicating drinks g
been a vexed question, agitating e
human mind. Various expedientsw
~e been resorted to by the law- n
king powers to reduce the evils ri
ving from this nefarious traffic. tU
haps more suffering has been en- it
ed upon the humah race by the~ t
o'f intoxicants than from any oth- ol
one cause, and the law-making ai
rers of all civilized countries have
austed their ingenuity to reduce
se evils. They can not abolish
n, any more than you can blot out g
other sin .or crime. Men will cc
imit murder, and they will commit b
:eny, and they will commit burg- 1c
r, and all the other crimes in the Si
mndar as long as they are human a]
gs, and they will sell liquor at fr
same time. All that. our law aims a]
is to minimize the evils, reduce el
ii withiri the narrowest possible cc
t, and in that effort all good men b(
t and do lend their aid and their 10
ience to make the law a success. w
en we think of the 'disgrace, the th
ae, the blood, the tears, the pover
:he misery, the various curses that a
aw in the trail of this evil, any
d .man and every good man will ti:
I his aid and his influence to -make T]
law designed to better those con
cns a success. And it is a bad D
1, a bad citizen, who will know- m
.y and wilfully violate that law. It
ws that he is willing for the. sake ti
i. dollar to bring all these dread W
sequences upon his fellowman,
:ing soul and body both into niis- Ti
for the sake of a few dollars for p.
self. That is the kind of man that
who violates the law againstLthe a
tal sale of whiskey is, and if you W
the kind of men that the law says
are, good and true men, you willW
all in your power to bring just er
b. people to justic."
Pleaded Guilty to Larceny.
eorge Brown, colored, pleaded
ty to the charge of larceny, the p
nce alleged in the indictment be- m
the stealing of a bale of cotton in
ai Mr. Geo. A. Boozer eleven years nc
Brown was captured in Ashe- gi
a and was brought back to New- or
-y by Sheriff Buford se veral <dags1 ing
Brown was sentenced to serve C
SUMMER SCHOOL OPEMNG.
irst Session for White Teachers Met
in Holland Hall Yesterday
The summer school for white teach
's met yesterday morning in Holland
3.11 at the college.
After some informal announce
tents to the teachers by Prof. Der
ck classes were formed and subjects
lected. The following is the corps
S. J. Derrick, history and civil gov
rnment-from 9 to 10 o'clock.
0. B. Cannon, arithmetic and alge
ra-from 10 to 11 o'clock.
J. B. O'Neall Holloway, English
rammar and composition-from 11
Miss Lizzie Dominick, geography
ad drawing-from 12 to 1 o'clock.
The following teachers are enroll
d: Misses Laura Blease, Eloise
oung, Dorothy Buzhardt, Mamie
uzhardt, Bessie McGraw, Annie
ickert, Sara Caldwell, Verna May-1
in, Rosalyn Summer, Essie Pearson,
essie Rutherford, Mary Brown, Ola
rown, Mary Gilbert, Annie L. Hig
ins, L. Marion Higgins and Mrs. M.
Rutherford; Messrs. J. R. Carlisle,
B. Wessinger, W. A. Rikard, 0. C..
ibler, E. B. Setzler, W. L. Motes and
eo. D. Brown.
The attendance would have been
Lrger had it* not been for heavy
ownpour of rain just about the time
hen most of the- teachers from the
)untry would have started for town.
The library of the college will be
pen for the teachers from 11.30 to
The opening of the school for col
red teachers has been postponed till
The Rise of a Young Man.
Mr. Elmer S. Summer, son of Mr.
ad Mrs. C. E. Summer, of this city,
as just begun his career as super
itendent of the Alexander City co.t
)n mill, at Alexander City, Ala. Mr.
ummer has had a ripid rise for a
)ung man only 23 years old. In fact
is success in this respect has been
=markable. Immediately upon grad
ating from Georgia School of Tech-1
ology two years ago he held his first
osition at West Point and later was
asistant superintendent of a cotton
dll at Montgomery Ala., which posi
on he was filling at the time of bis
ection to his present office. This is
splendid record for a young man
st entering upon business life and
oints to a high mark of future honoi
id usefulness in- the great coinmer-'
al and industrial world, to which
he Herald and News hopes young
uimmer will live to attain.
He makes a good start for still
igher positions of trust and promin
ice, and with his good character anad
~putation there is no doubt he will
at them if he lives, as he has already
trly shown 'himself capable and
orthy. It comes to very few young
en away from home to make so
,pid a rise to such responsible posi
ons. But after all, in Elmer's case
is small wonder, when you reflect
tat he is from Newberry and the son
a Summer, with uncles, brothers
id nephews of that grade.
B. F. D.-Committees.
Arangements are making for a
~eat time at the approaching State
mvention of the R. F. D.'s at New
~rry, and more or less everybody is
oking forward to the gathering.
ate President Thos. E. Wicker has
>pointed the various committees
om the body of Newberry R. F. D.'s,
id President I. H. Hunt, of the
amber of commerce, will appoint
irresponding committees from that
>dy to act in conjunction 'with the.
cal R. F. D. committees in making,
ith the aid of the,.citizens generally,
e convention a .grand success.
The following are the committees
>pointed by President Wicker:
Committee on Printing and My[er
;ing-W. G. Peterson, chairman;
1s. C. Chalmers, Frank P. Devore.
Committee on Banquet-Frank P.
vore, chairman; Thos. C. Chal
ers, Yancey T. Dickert.
Committee on Badges and Decora
m-John A. Peterson, chairman;
mn. H. Eddy, Thos. C. Chalmers.
Committee on Railroads, Rates-'
1s.- C. Chalmers, chairman; Frank
Devore, W. H. Eddy. .
Committee on Reception-Yancy T.
ckert, chairman; Frank P. Devore,
Committee on Entertainment
m. H. Eddy, chairman; John A. Pet.
son, Frank P. Devore.
That Big Sale.
It will pay every reader of this]
per to read carefully the advertise
nt of the American Cash Purchas
g company in this issue. They are i
,w preparing for a .big sale that be- 1
as Wednesday, June 15. Their
ening sale on February 1 was the
st sti,eessful .ever held in Southt
rolina, and their clean sweep sale
THE CITY IS READY.
As Soon as Government Indicates thf
Time to Put Walks and Curb
ing in Shape.
Mayor Blease received a communi
cation from Postmaster C. J. Purcell
enclosing the following letter fron
Supervising Architect Taylor:
Washington, May 28, 1910.
The Postmaster and Custodian o
Site, Postoffice, Newberry, Sout1
Sir: There has been returned t
you this day, under separate covei
the survey of the site in your custody
with the request that you return i
to the engineer who furnished it, i1
order that the size of water maii
shown thereon may be indicated.
It is, also, noted that there are ni
established curb elevations nor side
walk widths on Friend and Colleg
streets, and you are requested to tak
this matter up with the proper loca
authorities in order that the sam
may be established. In this connec
tion you are advised that it is con
trary to the policy of this office t
place permanent walks adjacent t
government buildings until elevation:
and widths of walks have'been'estab
J. S. Taylo,
Mayor Blease replied as follows:
Newberry, S. C., June 1 1910.
Mr. C. J. Purcell, Postmaster, New
berry, S. C.
Dear Sir: Yours of this date, 'en
closing Mr. Taylor's of May 28, re
ceived, and in reply beg to say tha
the city council stands ready, will
ing and waiting to establish curb ele
vations, sidewalk widths, or do an:
other work that is necessary o:
Friend and College streets, immed
iately, earlier, or at any other tim(
that the government indicates o
shows its willingness or readiness t
begin work upon the new building fo
our postoffice, and you can so infort
There are a good many old mer
some middle-aged men, and\ man
young men who would love to see thi
building completed, and we hope tha
those in charge will at least not dis
appoint the children of this commu
nity in that desire.
. . Cole. L. Blease,
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* * * * * * * * * * *
Miss Blanche Gary was the attrac
tive honoree at a delightful party giv
en by Mrs. J. Y. 'McFall Saturday aft
ernoon. The parlor and hall were
bright and attractive with quantitie:
of lovely nasturtiums. The guest:
were invited at 5, and for two hours:
most pleasant time was spent in con
versation. In~ an interesting anatom:
contest,- several of the guests prove'
themselves quite skillful. In the cu
for the prize, Miss Seay was the luck:
winner of a pretty basket of nastur
tiums, while M'rs. Rivers Stone re
ceived a suitable consolation In th<
miniature skeleton pin given her
Moset appetizing refreshments ii
two courses were daintily served lats
in the afternoon. Those assisting th<
hostess were Mesdames John M. Kin
ard, E. H. Aull John Ar' i, Misse'
Mary C. and Bess Burton, and Maste:
John Kinard, Jr. The following en
joyed the gracious hospitality o:
Lrs. McFall and .had -the pleasure oj
meeting Miss Gar.y; Mesdames Riv
ers Stone, of Spartanburg;- Georg<
Calussen, of Augusta; E. M. Evans
ames McIntosh, W. C. Schenck, ani
Misses Lucile Wilson, Seay, of Co
lumbia, Fan McCaughrin, Eva Gog
gans, Gertrude Carwile, Rook Sim
mons. Blanche Davidson, Tompkins
of Edgefield, Linda Welch, Maud4
Pant ad Florence Bowman.
The members of the 'P. Z " clul
njoyed a merry time at the home o1
Hiss IVJargaret Burton Friday even
ing. The weather was Inclement, bui
that in no way dampened the gay
spirts of this jolly set of young fol,k
who spent a most pleasant evening
n conversation, music and song. A
refreshing ice course was served the
uests by little -Miss Goode Burton
hose present were: Misses Mary
Wheeler, Mary Frances- Pool, Kate
ummer, Ruth Halfacre, .Francis
choltz, Kittle Mayes; Messrs. James
-"th, Ashby Davenport. Richard
loyd, Bennie Mayes, Jessie Mayes,
rordan Pool, Samuel Bowles, Earle
ipp and Roy Cannon.
~* * *
Two weddings of much interest to
he many friends of the contracting
>arties will occur on Wednesday
vening, June 22. On that evening
Iiss Helen . Goggans will be married
o Mr. Jack Crosland, of Bennetts~
ille, and Miss Myra Mower to Mr
>enry Cannon, of Newberry.
MR. ROBINSON TRANSFERRED
LeaTes Many Friends In Newberry.
Goes to His Old Home.-Stll
With Southern Bell.
Mr. Carl Sanders, who has been
, cashier in the office of the Bell Tel
i ephone company here, left today for
Clinton, where he will become man
ager of the exchange, succeeding Mr.
J. P. Bolt, formerly in the Anderson
office, who goes to Newberry as man
i Mr. Sanders will take up his new
duties at once, and Mr. Bolt will take
charge of the Newberry office about
The vacancy in the local office,
t caused by the proniotion of Mr. San
ders, has not yet been filled-Ander
c son Mall.
Mr. J. E. Robinson, Jr., who has
been in charge of the office in
berry is transferred to his old.ho
e at Newnam, Georgia., During his s
in Newberry Mr. Robinson has
.1 many friends, who will regret to s
him leave and he carries with
their\ best wishes.
' Picnic at Colony.
There will be a picnic at Colony
0 church next Saturday, June 18. The
public is cordially invited to come and
bring well filled baskets.
One Cent a Word- No ad
vertisement taken for lefs
than 25 cents.
FOR SALE-Philada. Singer igh
arm sewing machine with attach
ments. First class order. Worth
$35, at $12.50 cash.' H. D. HavIrd,
1100 Main street, Newberry.
FRESH BREAD at Anne 0. Ruff's era
ery day. 6-14-1t
D FOUND-Umbrella at opera house
r during' commencement week. Own.1 -
er may have same by. paying fbr
this advertisement. JH. Baxter.
y FOR SALE-One horse, buggy
s harross. Cheap. R. McC. Ho
- FOR SALE-Good s~econd-han
gan in good repaird at a ba
Apply H. D. Havird, 1100)
NOTICE-As the Newberry laun
ijow closed'I am shipping the
to the Charlotte Steam Laun
Mr. Fred. Russell *ill call on
for your work. I -Will -appreva
youi* patronage. Anne 0. Ruf
WANTED-A customer ao
graphkphone and 15 records.>W
$30, at $10. H. D. Havird,;f
Main street, Newberry. - ,"
-AUTOXOBILE HACK LINE-I
an automdbile for1 the use. of
public. Terms reasonable.
t white only. T. M. Rogers. Ph on
. W. H. ALDERKA0.-Veterinarianna
a Farrier, has moved to Newberr t~
.practice his profession, and may .
found at Bishop's Stables.- ,Lon~
Sexperience and thorough prepara
tion. Dental work and operations
-. a specialty.
- CIGAR SALESMAN WANTBD
f Experience unnecessary. Sell our
r' brands to the retail trade. Big
- pay. Write for. full particulars at
Globe Cigar Co.,
CUT QUT the Typhoid germs from
yonz- drinking watei, get it from
the rpek, pure and sparkling. By
havidg you a well drilled, y.yoaut
of all surface water. I am
prepared for the business. See me
or phone 2'75.
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. G~
W. Connor, a graduate of the~lare
est optical college in the world-thu
Northern Illinois College of Chies-.
gr, Dr. Coinnor is located permia
ently in Ne'wberry. gives both the
objective and subjective tests by
electrcity and guarantees his work.
TEACHER wanted for Jalapa. school.
Term 8 months. Salary $40.00 a
month. None but experienced teach
ers need apply. Address Newberry,
S. C. G. C. Glasgow, 3. Win. Folk,
M. D., trustees.
Wmn. M. Dorrohi is hereby announc
ed as a candidate for~ magistrate of
No. 6 .township,. subject to: the rules'
of the Democratic party.