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BAIPTts' fRev. U. P.' Scott, pastor.
'reachig l1Y tlto"pastor a 11- A. mo and
8 p. mt., next Sitnday. Sunday school
at 4:30 p. m., MIr. J. B. Carwile? Super
intendent, Prayer mneeting-Wednesday
at 8 p. ml. g,
LUv'tt:t A --:- .A. B. McMackin,
pastor. Preaehing next Sunday by the
pastor, at 10:30 i. i. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school at 4:30 p. m., Mr. Oco. B. Cromer,
Snperintedendt. Prayer meeting Wed
neslay at 8 p. in.
Mlt''Iom0S'--Rev. H. F. Chrietzberg.
pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11
a. in. and 8 p. m., next Sunday.
titunlay sc11601 at 4 p. in., Mr. John
IV. Chapn;t, Supcrintendent. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at S p. in.
A. It. PISY1T'ERIAIN-Rev. B. P.
McCliutock, pastor. Service next Sun
day by the pastor at 11 't. in. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. in., Mr. M. A. Carlisle,
Superintendent. Prayer ieeting Wed
nesday at 8 p. in. Missionary
Society W4dnesday at 3 p. in., Mrs. (.
Mower, Pres(lont. W. C. T. U. Tues
day at 5:00 p. n., Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
EPISCOPAL--Rev. .W. U. 'Ianckel,
rector. Service lby the rector every
tlj.Ird SundAy at 11 a. in. and 4:30 p. m.
IJjaty reading by N. N. B. Mazyck at
Jil a. n.
BESJiEAw--No pastor at present.
S.unday school at 5:00 1). in., Mr. W.
]1., 1l'elljn,-wy. .Superintendtentt. P'rayex
'f:tipg every Wednesday at 8 p. n.
A fresh supply of strong Applie and
While Wine Vinegars for sale ehlerq at
Robertson's 1)rug Store o'tesite the
post oflce. 7-21-lg..
R em e ber the M utu t Iweserve Fund
Life Assocition gives insurance at one
third the usual rates.
Meceting of ('1eNb,o.,1..
Club No.. 1-Township No. 1--will
meet ert t-ho-Court lous(' ca Friday af
terlt.iVt1 the 23d of July' at (i o'clock for
te pntpose of electing 15 f1clegates to
the Coumty Convention.
. It.. t;tIs'r, sec. Pr1o.
\Vrite to Cofleld & -.yons, ltobertson,
Pelhaml or any druggist, enclose 25
cents and a boN of Wood's Odontitte
will be sent YoU,
The Mutual Reserve Fund Life Asso
clation received over $2,000,000 in new
business during the first five (lays of
For Sunday. School sllpplies of all
kinds call on Castonl & lIIt. tf.
IIandsone. Photo. and Autograph Al
bums at Clhapnan'. 2-17-tf
Quinine, Compound Cathartle Pills
and other Family Medicines at
1-57--t f. J. S. RuEsELL'S.
Dress Maklng and Ladies', Misses and
Chiidren's Tailoring. Garments cut by
the glove Ilttilng style, giving perfect
smoothness and elegant fit. Draping in
latest styles by Mrs. S. A. Riser & Co.,
Main Street. tf.
For cheap Bible.s andi Te'staml)eI.ts go
New~ strawv lats j'ist received and for
sale at botlo.mn prices b)y J. S. Russell.
1lo)ts md shoes lowv down at
:3-10-t. J. S. RussirL's.
F"ishiing 'Tackle at Castohi & Hunt's
Old I ron, taken from the jail cells, as
good as new, for sale cheap by
:3-31-t . . . J. S. R USSELLJ.
For blank books, pocket books or any
kihd of books call on Caston & Hunt.
Statilonci7y good, andl at. low price, at
Birthd(ay Cards" at -Chanpmai's book
No rent, 110 clerk hire enabies me to
sell at bottom prIces.
3-10-tf J1. S. R UssELL.
Baseballs, Bats, B(lts and Masks at
Caston A Ilynt's..
Emibroidery Patterns, Stamped, at
20 p)ounds( rice for $1 at
3-1 0-tf . -J. S. RussurLL's.
Wood's Odont Inc for thme teeth, formn'
Ia of Dr. T.u. Tr.-Moor'e. Sole p)roprletor
and man ufactuirer, Lewis G. Wood,
Charleston, S. C.
D)r? Young the Gcn'h. Agent of thle
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association
will be absent from the city mittiI Satur
e inl barrels andl bottles at
3- J. S. RUsELL'~rS.
FI i)t'st literature go to Caston
youvish thuey?*yP have not the bo
few (lays at publisliedet it for you in a
Floss, Chenilles, Arser
Chapman's. . 2Lf, ,at
A large supply of glass wvare and
eiockery ware cheap at
3-10-t.! J. S. RUssi.LLi's.
A large quantity of pease for sale by
J1. S. Russell. - tf,.
Thie Verdiet, U) uiniousi.
WV. D. SuIt, Druggist. iii )puis Ind., testifles:
"1 can recoimmend 1lee trio 'itters ais the
very best remedy. Every b)Ottle soldi has
given relief in every ease. One man took six
bottles, and was cured of Itheunmatism ofit
years' atainm'lg." Abrahlam liare, drunggist,
'belIvillo, Ohio, afllrms: 'The best seling
medicino I have ever hamnd(le(i in imy J0 years
experience, Is Electric Bitters." Thousands of
others have added their testimony. so that
ilho verdict is unnlnous that Elect ric Bittern
dos curea all diseases at thie Liver, Kidneys or
ilocod. Only a halt docllar a bottle at Coflekl
& lyvons' D)rng Stare, 7-21-it.
resh, Seed at Pelham's. 21
Mis, evie Bowers is visiting at
We regret to earn of the illness ol
Mr . Aidfi v'. McCaughrin left for
9l , Springs last week. ,
ir - R. W. Boone, our former post
master Is visiting the city.
The farmers' county convention meets
hi this city o'uext Saturday.
Through traius are now running from
Charleston to Asheville, N. C.
There was quite a large crowd at Eb
enezer Church on last Sunday.
The County Sunday School Conven
tion meets to-day at Smyrna Church.
Rev. M. M1. Brablhanm preached in tie
Methodist Church Sunday morning.
Gospel 1rHymns No. 4. at Caston &
IInt's for 15 eents, with notes for $1. tf
- Rev. M. Dysinger will preach in. the
Iethodist Church next Sunday morning.
The Calvary Presbyterian Church has
been very mich improved by a coat of
Ali policies of the Mutual Reserve are
incontestible and non forfitable after
Maj. and Altamuont Moses and little
son,'.of Su1mter, are at Ex-Judge Moses'
in the city.
A large snake was killed in the city
the other night near Mr. Drate Smith's
Col. T. W. Holloway lost his flite two
year old Jersey bull, "Shetland," No.
13205, last week.
Miss Sophia Chappell left for Ninety
Six last Saturday on a visit to her sister,
Mrs. 11. B. Kinard.
Union services will be held at' the
Presbyterian Church next Sunday night
by Rev. McClintock.
Miss Annie Cofleid, of Union County,
passed through the city on Monday, on
her way to Due West.
Our friend J. D. Smith breaks the ice
this week and announces himself a can
didate for County Treasurer.
Bishop Howe will preach at the Epis
copal Church il this city next Sunday,
assisted by Rev. Mr. Hlanekel.
Mr. J. P. KInard has sent us a beau
tiftul invitation to the comnlencemeut ex
creises of S.C, Military Academy..
We are hayiig fline weather on the
crops at last, the farmers $ay they can
almost see the corn and cotton growing.
Remember you ca make a sure pro
vision for your family by insuring in the
Mutual Reserve at a very small outlay.
Rev. Mr. .Chrletzberg preached at
Ebenezer Church on last Sunday morn
ing, and Rev. Mark Boyd in the after
We are gathering data and will give
our friends further information as to
the plan of providing for the proposed
graded school at an early day.
The three townships in the Fork will
vote on the 26th inst,, "subscription"
or. "no subscription" to the Columbia,
Newberry andJ Aureus Railroad.
Quite a .nuaiber'of yung m1e1i of the
city attended the moonlight festival
at Prosperity on Thursday night and
say they enjoyed themselves lincly.
Turnip Seed, Turnip Seed, 'Turnil
Seed. A fresh stock of all varieties for
sale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
o -posite the post office. ?-21-ti.
We return thanks to the graduating
class of the South Carolina Military
Academy for an invitation to their an
nual suppel)r, at the Chtarleston IIotel on
the evening of the 28th inst..
Mirs. Jelia B3ody ncecLangford rel urn
ed wvith her nmothdr' from Leesville.on
.thae 20th inistant, Mrs. Bodey htas beent
quiitet unwell for, several weeks- and
comies to Newberry to recuperate. We
hope that sihe may soon be well again.
TheIi A., E. and N. IIallroad&
Maj. Earle, wvith a force of hands
broke ground on the Au gdsta, Rdgefleid
and Newberry Railroad on Iat TPhurs
(lay miortinug. The preliminary route ds
dlescribed in the IHE.RALD ANI) NEWS
at thec time has been abandoned, andl a
new route to the left has been adopted
keeping on the east of Scott's creek, and
crossing Bush river below the mouth of
the creek. Work was begun just beyond
Coi. Leavell's house, and( will be pushed
forward as rapidly as possible.
The Neamena'M Bethel.
Rev. A. J. WVitherspoon, of New Q r
ieans, p)renehted in the Presbyterlan
Church on Sunday morning and In the
A. R. Presbyterian Church at night in
the interest -of the Sailors' Bethel at
Newv Orleans. HIe claims that the sailor~
is a most important factor in spreading
the gospel to foreign lands. Hle itei
gaged i a goodl woik, and desdrves the
stuppiort of all Christian people.
'ro Kill IFHes.
A gentleman whio claims that his wife
hias tried it rep)eatedliy, gives thme follow
ing recipe for killing flies. Otne table
spoonful of sour buttermilk, the yellow
of one egg, one teaspoon ful of pulverized
black pepper and a teaspoonful of sugar,
the whole thoroughly mixed. This mixt
tire, p)lacedl about the room in veseels,
it is claimed, will destroy all the flies ini
less thtan ni liou r.--Ex.
In this county, on the 17th inst., Mrs.
Emniiine Meetz, wife of J. Win. Meezt,
agedi 50 years.
Miss Sallie Gaillaird at the residence
of her brother, Mr. S. II. Gailiard ini this
city on the 7th inst.
Walter, son of Mr. J. D. Hlornsby of
this city on the 8th inst., algedi 11 years.
POST OFF'ieE, NEwntERnll, 8. C.
List of letters utnclimed and advertIsed
July 20. 1885.
CAgg4j, Thomas Fletcher, Lou
Pody, Jessa lienadorson, May
Brown,' JF. King, A. E.
Bro o, 14K inard, May.
R CharlMcCord, 5. T.
Persotns calling for N4
say that they were adverti -wIll please
ou c nnliiie psetn
are well, butyou can buiI up youtr hoa~
and strength with P'arkor's Tonlo, and woil
Will1 then become easy. It sets the lung.,
liver and kidneys in working order. Cought
and eoldls vanisht befre It. Take it in time.
"IIughes' Tonic has su perseded all otheri
In my trado. It invariably oures Chille anm
Fever, and no evil results follow its use. Foi
ths alarial countr ti ajus the meod in
O 'all Farmaets' Club..
,O'NEALL A DEMY, July 17, 1880.
At a regular- mee'ting of the O'Neall
farmers' cltfb, hold this date, the follow.
le liutions were adopted :
tW,I REAS the eople are .op ressed
by high to i tqf4f be is
Reeolved, 1 i' at t '*theo uie p "
of O'Nealllisrme club, -lo ple l o r
selves to iaeh other that s+e will Itbt st 'p
port any candidate for the Legislature
who. is in favor of making a State appro
priation (out of the State funds) for the
purpose of running the South Carolina
UJnivrsi ti ,plj I q oj y JIq
Columbia ca ( 714 h11l dl 1'
citizens to unl) with us int attempt
to stop these propria ion4 wiich wo'
believe tote imnpositiun on the tax
payers of the State.
2nd. That the salarles of all' State ofl
core be reduced 25 per cent., and that all
the salaries of the county ofllcers.-be re
duced 25 per cent. with the exception of
the county treasurer.
- 3rd. T at trial justices be nominated
by primary system.
4th. That the oflce of county auditor
be dispensed with, a id the county treas
urer be made to'do o, is now per
formed ly the audit 1tls i t iyYt1
vance in salary, all'tb t0
pay all his clerks' salaries.
5th. That the county convicts shall be.
utUlized.on the public roads.
The following nominations were made
and adopted by the club:
WHiEEAs lion. S. Pope, having served
his constituents faithfully, and saved
the tax payers of the State several thou
sand dollars, and, appreciating his past
services. Tlherefore be it
Resolved, lst. 'hat we endorse and
give to lion. S. Pope our untlivided sup
port for re-election to the next Legisla
ture and hereby nominate him for tha
position, provided he will endorse our
resolutions, hoping he will consent.
2nd. That we endorse and nominate
Joe L. Ceitt and E. P. Chalmers, pro
vided theY ll'suptot'our,presolutions,
as well qua(flOd to be, reprbsontatives to
the next Leisl4ture.
Moved thit we ondors8 Judge J. S.
Cothran as $ rpresentitive from the
Third Congressional distrletto Congress.
Moved the proceediugs of the meeting
be published iin the county papers.
Adjourned to meet second Saturday,
(14th) in August.
J. R. LANGFOiRD, Secretary.
GRATECR THAN TIHE GREAThIST.
The Iargest snt Most eroa reus
Uluhuerar I tsbllsls aont fIke
The fane and good done by tihe S. S. S.
Company cannot be told in the limited'
space that we hpve, but suffering hu
manity has blesled the man that has
given to them thg means vhereby their
sufferings could be alleviated. Of all
,the patent medicines that have been
offered to the public, none has ever re
dlved the substantial endorsement that
this great medicine has. There is hard
ly a drug store in the United States that
does not keep this great. alleviator on
its shelves. The first cause of the success
of S. S. S. is its merits. For blood poison,
it is a remedy that never fails. It has
routed disease, and victory in the shape
of a huge fortung has been realized by
the S. S. S. Cotlpany. Mothers have.
blessed it for the relief of their children..
-Augnusa Chronicle, May 23, 1886.
For sale by all druggists. -Treatise on
Blood and Skh I)isease mailed free.
The SwIFT S EQIFXgC Qo., Drawer 3,
Atlanta, Ga., or 157 W. 23d St., N. Y.
The Court 6f General Seissions whldh
waIs convened on Moniday 12th adjourn
ed on last Thiursday. Wealthy Williams,
who was conivie d of chl murder, was
sentenced to lehanged on the first
Friday, the 3rd day -of September. A
motion for a new trial in her case was
refused. Mack Glenn and Joe Glenn,
colored, who were convicted of aggra
vated assault andi( battery wvore sentenced
to ninety days in the county Jail, at
hard labor, uinder the newv lawv. A new
trial wais granted to Vinnie Nance, who
was convicted at the July term, 1885, of
murder; Martha Lyles, who was charged
with: the same crime, was tried at this
term but the Jury failing to agree, a
mistrial was ordereil.' Jt is qaid that
new evidence has been discovered in
this case. Judge Hludsop decided that
he could do nothing hot criminal busi
ness under the niew law governing the
holding of the Summer term of court
in Newberry County, and so the Court
of Common Pleas wvas not called.
Jalama Ilesocratle club.
* JAILAPA, S. C., July 17th, 1886.
The Jalapa Democratic Club met Sat
urdaiy July 17th, 1886, and agieed to re
turn the same delegation that was elect
ed to servo at the county convention
July 3rd, to serve at the county conven
tion wvheh m#ets iat 'NewperryiC. I.,' on
Saturday July 3st, -1J88Q at 11 o'clock
A. M., for'the pufrpose of elect1ng eight
delegates to the State onvention, to be
heldl at Columbia, Alljgnst 4th next.
The following is a lie of delegates:
N. F. Johnson, J. B. Caip pbell, Win. F.
Wright, C. W. Buford, Wm. C. Switen
but:g, Capt. T. Connor, Capt. G. W. L.
Spoarman, Wmn. C. S11gh, J. W. D.
Johnson, T. B. Riser, E, P. Chalmers,
D. Walter Barre.
0. WV. L. SPEARMAN, President.
J. B. CAxiPDELL, Secretary.
A Way to Teln.
Girls of a t)narriageable age do not
like to tell how old thicy are ; bunt y9u
can find out by following the subjoined
iustructions, tihe young lady doing the
figuring. Tell heri to pust.down thme 'nun;
ber of the month in which she was bprn,
then to multiply it ;y %, thmea to add.A
then to multiply it by 50, then to add
huer age, then to subtract 805, then to
add 115, then tell heor to tell you the
amount she 'has left. The two figures
to the right14iildeiytd her' age e%f t?o'
remainder/thae horith of liWr birth. F'or
example,, the amount 'is 822 ; she is 22
years old, and was born in the eighth
month (August.) Try it.---Xx.
At a meeotirjg of th~ ecgizens of New
berry the fel lo*in, persong, 0. L.
Schumpert, J. Y. Cmi breath, J. KC. P.
Goggan, B. . Cline, G.0G. Sale Geo.
B. Uomer W.1. Hunt, Jr,and T1. S.
Moorman were appointed to represent
township I at the meeting to he held
at Mt. Tabor Church in No. 4 towniship,
On tihe 22nd inst., in the initerest of thme
Augusta and Edgefleld Narrow Gauge
a~llroad Co. It is proposed to extenmd
~ ad though Ncewborry to Union or
she liha~ Mreodmnd, Florkla,
sincea u s~s o o anid ten says
tu pr winsure hes ty years mas
iarnotno 1 ea N. so anter
cents. 7. I.
More s inshie and not so much rain,
which we are glad,to see.
Some are still planting corn,' hoping
to have a favorable fall. Mr. Jacob
Bedenbaugh, our champion farmer, this
year, brought ini a large cotton boll one
day a el.T4 ' ' here
lI re td $od e op r ttomc land.
It is r to tell anyti l eflnite about
cot-to ,t't; I think we, can count on a
half crop if not more.
M. A 'arlisle, Esq., and Mr. J. 0.
Morediti 4ssod through town Monday
etn route home from a meeting in Saluda,
tq J ship, si Ington, 1.h he intere$t of
t fiolum ; New bo (aildtLatiVans
Raltroad W})aie they did somie good work
for.ho ' R ilroatd. -Spcecaes were also
made at the meeting by Ron. J. A.Sligh,
with his unrefutable arguments, and
The lawn party was quite a success;
gross receipts '33.85; not proceeds about
$30. I don't think I ever enjoyed any
tuing of the kind more anywhere.
everything was social and pleasant.
Pretty good joke on the "who are you in
favor of for Congress?" Ask our worthy
School Commissioner. Some would say
they had not made ut) their minds, oth
,thtj ,.theyf st e' lal ' id t ho y,' i d
t terqa at t 1e were vaitisg -'on tie
Re. come Mr. Rte. or yon may keep
some frgm voting.
I am glad to see some improvements
going on i town. Mrs. IIussa is having
her house re-covered. Messrs. W. and
M. are having their mill re-covered.
According to appointment Rev. Smart,
P. E., dedicated the Wightman Chapel
Sunday morning and preached a very
able sermon. Ile also preached in Grace
Church at uight, telling us plainly our
duty as christians.
Three cheers for the Wise une who.
Y, re aeadonday eve. Wise nine, 15;
Thero was a social at the residence of
Mr: U. B. Whites Monday night, and
everybody enjoyed themselves.
-.We ag glad to say. that Mra R. CL.
uvasle 14 improvin g.
Dr, J. Hawkins will lecture .at the
temperahee society Friday night.
It gives us pleasure to report t,he fol
losing Visitors in toWn: Miss 'Pratt of
Chester, visiting Miss Sallie Wise; Mrs.
John Lathan and children, visiting her
mother, Mrs. P. E. Wise; Miss Bryan, of
Baltiut>re, visiting her sister, Mrs. C. A.
Marks; Mrs. Drayton Kibler, Miss Alma
Kibler and Mrs. Wm. Johnson and chil
dren, of Newberry, visiting Mrs. J. A.
Simpson; Miss Juno Taylor. of Laurens,
visiting Miss Mary Boyd; Miss Whaley,
of Newberry, visiting Mr. A. M. Wise's
family; Mrs. Luther Riser, of Newberry,
visiting relatives in the country; Miss
Stevie Bowers, of Columbia, visiting Mr.
J. W. Bowers,. B. W. J.
liss Lula I[awley, of Williamston,
after spending several days with her
schoolmates, Misses Golie and Susie
Garrette, returned home last. week. She
leaves the young men of Vaughnsvillc
with aching hearts.
Mrs. A. N. Tally is on a visit to her
son, Dr. A. N. Tally.
A debating society was orgaaized here
on last Saturday night the 17th. The
following oflicers were elected : P. II.
Ioo , president, C. A. Brooks, secretary.
'Lhe question for debate at the next
meeting, which meets at Souls Chapel
Church on the 31st of July, at 9 o'clock
p. m., will 4ld ,'i1 esolved, that capital
pntunishment'horuld be abandoned.." I.
P. Brown to open the debate on the af
flru,ative, C.'W. Salter the ne.raathe.
'he farmers' club met hierei estSatturu
(ay, the 17th. The following resolu
tion was adopted by the club: TIhat we
avow that we will not support anay cans
didate ior the legislature who .are not
in full symnpathy with the farmieis' move
mentt,.andl so express himself in the col
umns of the county paper, or in sonme
public manner, that his senthanents muay
be plubhicly known. The delegates were
elected to the county convention whieh
meets in Newberry on the 24th. Tfhe
following are the delegates: 1P. II.
Koon, 0. C. Ridelhuber~, 3M. J. Long
shore and J. 3M. Mathais. By motion of
D. M1. Diekert, the question to be dis
cussedh at the next meeting is, "Does it
pay to raise upland corn." To be opened
by G. C. Ridlehsuber in the~ illhrmative,
and O.,A. lirooks, in the negative. T1hey
thsen. adjourned to meet on the .31st of
The graveyard at Souls Chapel Chureb
wvill be.eleared off by the members of
the church, and others who feel it their
duty to help, on Thursday the 5ths of
Miss Jullia Deati has retur:ned from
Mountville, where she has beeni tencbbng
yor the IuiulAL>AND NEW5.
MSSsis EmI'rons : When the Science
of 3Mind shall be more e,learly,revedIed,
and the odie and p sychia forces arebet-:
ter understood, we are of the opiion
that phrenologieal law ill be more
fully appreciatedi and accepted mn ad
taught in the schools. It is satid that
every mnan hats a faculty, endowvment,
gift and capacity for some special work,
whichl shaouldi be his life-work. Andh the
reason so foxyg attain eminence or be
conmc noted,, is because they pursuie
p rofess ions or Vocationas tor..which they
h ave of ten neithser tatste nor' aptness.
Hlence', not being ins love withs their
work, they lack peraistenice and eduti
nnity. So It conmes to be said that ma'ny
at good blaicksmith is spoiled in a poor
b reacher, physician or ndli fleent law
yer, wvhslie on the other hand a Cincinna
tus is behinad thec plow-haandles ready to
head the armies of the empire oa gnide
thte hejm of State.
'Apaid from the cardhinialttnpItlerlamients
--the niervpus, .sansguine, bilious,' andt
lymphatiec; the nervo-sanaguine, motive
mecntal, &c., the initerJacing-jphases are
as varied as the bleniding' shades of the
reinbow, osr the miany polins of the com
'To tandetrstand thme subtleties of tem
perament must mnake oneo charitable and
well1 q ualiled foar forminag congenlah
comnpanionshsip. But as we hsave not yet
reachaedl p elfectiosn in thse sciences, iti is
often difieit to determnine the mnistal
afike-up accut'ately ; therefore, as the
heat p)hysieiant is soamnetimes deceived lan
ihis diagntosis, so likewise the pharesmolo
(lst errs at times in hsis conclusiosus.
And becauase of this tihe lecturer' shosuhd
be very careful in his statemnents.
It is possible, we think, for those whio
seek to "know thmnselves" and whao
oil ltodo, by cutusre, trainting and self.
lenlal; by watching thseir' 55noods atnd
patiently doin)g nany thigs, ini thie hine
af duatyl which at firtst may h)e irksomue
or distasteft:1, to conie in (hale timei to
Iland their passlonss ina abeyancee anid their
dherishsed aiffection ~ growling wvithm syms
inetricail p)roportionts. his may lead to
imysiological life anid the assumuptiont,
is it wvere, of ass saitost entsirelv nsew
mperament, withs grand ( possiiill1iIties
hat thae future. Shall it be thme
MIr.. Dlarlint.Nil1jj aid ";f,*iy ty
spending the weekat . N. BoIanda.
M. A. Ca>481,.Tq., aid.,Valt. 1ero
dith spent StV ty night WithItev.l
Mrs. Stockaqg'ilin h , I
1as , feek with 'thitt- legs. ,'tis
'andc itJe probability LA that she will raise
A young lIdy in tite co,mmnumity sent
to Prosperity last w"eek for starch. 'the
clerk, a young map, made a mistake and
sen soda. When I t wais put on' the
I hg it did not work well, but caused
anotl er wash day, and now it is report
ed;thft the young man that sent 'it has
a sOVoe lormn of heart disease.
Farnlrs'.elubs on one side.ald rall
road elect ion on the other are makhig
things quite lively at present.
We attended a railroad ba:rbecue at
the residence of Elias Amiek, in the
Fork on Saturday. It was a regular field
(lay, and became intensely interesting.
Prof. White and Mr. Tom Rauch took
the stuamp against, and Col. J. Brooks
Wingard, Ilon. J. A. Sligh, Judge M. A.
Carlisle and Dr. C. ''. Wvche iu favor
of taxation. - Those who favored the
road claim the day. Judge Carlisle
thinks there is a chance for a solid vote
in favor of the enterpiise If Utele Vtleb
don't buy out the concern before they
have a chance to vote on it. Capt.
Meredith sdays the Fork Is the best place
he ever saw for railroads and red bugs.
Mr. J. W. Derrick and Misses Lillie
Sligh and Minnie Monts are the dele
gates to represent Mt. Tiabor at the Sun
day School convention this week.
There will be a farmers' club organ
ized at Mt. Ttbor A?riday afternoon.
All who may be-interestea art3invited "to
attend. The Democratic club, No. 3, of
No. 10 will also meet at the same time
and place to elect delegates to the county
The farmers' move is moving along in
this section quite lively now. There
was a club organized la.t. Saturday at
Mt. Pilgrim, another at Locust Grove
On Tuesday, and on Friday they will or
ganize at St. Paul's and Mt. Tabor.
We were glad to see Rev. J. E. Ber
ley, of Potnaria, and Dr. R. B. Epting,
of Orangeburg, at Sunday school Sun
The farmers of Locust Grov, No t)
Township, organized a elnb on the 20th
ilst,, and elected G. M. Bowers presi
den, N. B. Wheeler vice-presilent,
Thonas Seaso secretary, B. II. Miller
treasure i, and the following delegates
to the far11ners' county convention: D.
C. Boland, C. M. Bowers, N. B. Wheeler,
G. A. Long. Mt. Tabor will organize
and elect delegates on Friday.
Died on the 17th inst., Mrs. EmIliac
Meetz, wife of J. William Meetz in her
liftieth year. ''he large concourse of
people at the funeral on Sunday showed
the esteem in which she was held by
those who knew her. L. C. B.
The Jalapa farmers' club met list Sat
urday evening and elected delegates to
the farmers' convention which meets on
Saturday 24th inst. Delegates.-G. W.
L. Spearman, Jont T. Duncan, E. 1'.
Chalmers. Alternaites.--Tho:. Connaor,
V. C. Sligh, J. 13. Campbell. The club
heartily endorsed verbatim tile resolutiois
that were passel in the Greenville con
vent.on y M3r. Leonard IVilliamls.
''he crops have improved woaderfull y
hai the last \veek of warmi s1i)Shine, anid
especially where the crop was not in
jured by the grass. General green still
holds his forts admirably well in some
localities, and probablities are that le
wvill un1til Major Genaerail Jack frost.sub
duies him. W. C. S.
F'or C'o~1nty Treatituremr.
I hereby annlountce myself as candidlate
for Coumty Treasurer, subject to thle
STATE OF SOUTHl CAROLINA,
EXECUTI vE )EPA'RTMENT.
WVHEnER~1s iniforztationi has beeln re
erived at this D)epartmient that an atro
cious mnurdter w'.as comlmittedl ini the
County of Newberry, on 'or ab)out the
15hdyof June A. D. 1880, tipon thle
.l)ody of John Williams by Lewis Mays,
Andl that the said Lewis Mays ha:s tled
Now, therefore, 1, J1. C. Shelppa rd,
Governor of the State of South Caro
lina, iln order that justice may be (lone
and the majllesty of the law vindiiented,
(10 hereby offer a reward of One Huln
dred1 ($1l00.00) D)ollars for tile apprehen
sion of the saidi Lewis Maysan h111ils (ie
livery to the SherifF of Newberry Coun1
Said Lewis Mars is a very black nlegro,
Atbonit 26 years old, about 5~ feet 8 inches
ini heighlt, and1( weighis albout 140 ponund(s.
He sta~mmers badly.
Ini testImony whiereof, I have hierealto
set my hland and1( causedi the Great
Sea) of the State to be atffxed at
Columbia, this 19th (lay of July,
[L. s.] A. D. 1886, and ini tile one hunl
dred andl eleventht year of the In
dependence of the United1 States
(Signed :) J. C. SHEPPARD,
By the Governor.
Signed:) .Jas. M. LII'scoMhn,
____________Secretary of State.
Carolina Diemocratic Club.
All the mnemlbers of the above Clubi
drie rerjueisted to attenid at mfeetinig to be
hel Titostay July 29th, 1884., at 8:30
p. ml., in McCaughlrin's 111al1 for thd elee
ti0on of delegates to tile County C'onven
tionl of th 1( ist inst.
LAMJEIeT W. JONE.S,
.Secretary 11( ' and Tca.rer
COUNCil. CJIAMBJERS July 20, 1880.
Notice is hereby given, that tile Report,
a,f thle- Board of Assessors of tile reaml es
tate of tile town of Newberry, S. C., for
1lsta1 year 1880, for~ taxatlonl, was tis
lay fIled in this ofllee. Said books will
r~emahi Open) for 30t (lays, for thle inlspee
bioni of thle citizens.
All hav'ing exceptions to said assess.
Ienit ulst ille thle same oni or before
Angunst 20th, 1886, for consideration by
Br ord(er of tihe coil d.
7-21..It .IOIiN S. i?AI CUflerk.
R YAL pAWdI
This 1 owder nver vitRies. A inarvel of
purit.y, strengtht :1nd wholesontones. Moro
econointictl I hatt I he Ord inary kinds, and can
not ie sold in contpetit-ion with tho anltitntto
or low testl Short, weight, a0l11n or phosphato
powcli". o1hl nV 1i ens. IOYAL BAXiNo
PoWD>n Co., I110 II ll -t., N. Y. 11-12-1y.
TIlE 11' WAVE
Has reaclliv it, at hast, and I wish to
reitnind you that, the: tite iats conlie for a
decided chan;e in iderwear and Mloth
in(. Wly, w%ill yoti sitfier front heat,
whpen yoln have the opportntiity of se.
ctnrig a suit in a ni"ec thin Herge, in
l3lack an< I0111v or I1,rab )'Ete Suitus?
''hesc are the most, confortable snits of
clothing for Ih; se:asoit of the year. Be
sides I ihe above nin ionled goods I have
other styles of good, which are eqnally
as comfortable. Now. if vot"n wouIl blid
detianlce to "O d S(l," coie and setnre
a cool suit of elothe. If you shoulld nob
need a fill sii. I will call votlr attention
to a fini line (of S1erinekers in Coats andl
V.ests from $1.75 to !7.50. Also, PlaIn
Alpaca, Silk Warp, Silk Serge, Mohair
and Pon;gec Silk C'oats at. $1.50 11) to
$7.50. There is no exetei for not keep.
ing cool dnring i he hot, weather, and at
the prices 1 am of'erinm these hot.
Yott will ihul it necessavv to sutpply
yourself with ILisle Thread, or Balhrig
gan or India Ganze 'ndervests. Also,
Drawers, lalf Io-o and Nockwear-Iin
fact, everything ti1:11 is- light and comt
fortrf le. Another item I had almost
forgot.ten, t hat is necessa ry to an outfit,
and that is a Fine I ow Qtmrterl Shoe, or
a Gaiter if preferred. YoU will lild my
stock of shoes for make and style can
not be excelled. 'I'le lltuerial of which
these shoes aret ntile are Cali kin, Matt
Kid, Pebble C.<at anl Kangaroo. They
are teknowled.-vl to be comfortable and
wvell unatle i0 every lN ASpoet.
Thore i" onle :u "tisle more to complet e
an ntlit. :anl that. i.- Ilats. You will
hind nn "ele::11 :,.o:m t:ni in this line,
of S11t1w an1' I" . in >oft andl stilflfats.
The cool:"t h:- for i:ot wenther are the
Mant:illas, M:eiwtaw z and Cantons. Be
sides these I l:I% e 3e oilmazine Venti
Ilt i t:fas, al-o iht i rowll Linen el
mets, whith h ".- b..eit ,o i optilm'. il the
piast seasol1., :md ;;::l1 th In tore so this
Just receive<l a h-: u iful line of the
Puritan Silk '1-nib:til.s, a l1ng felt want
to.t hose who t- i i:cn. 'Ivory unbi ella
Is garanteet :<) wet hetter than the
mloria or e,.. o-_ i, r hnals. If vou
d1esire hint tall andt .ae thitna you c:In't
help but likt I bemn, fort* heyv sill them
"elves.b Regime y
M.L. K NA RD,
2-21 1 C( >ld MBIA, S. C,
G4iN * MEATS,
FLUI GR, 4IAIN,
MEAT3 . F.OUli.q
FliilN). G It AIN,
FIAoUlls, O. (itA IN,
GitAIN, 1% MIATS,
FLOUIs, N~ ~ GitA IN,
day Juy 21 I, SSI. a. i) . G.itoN
th ogBridgesi i te Liet.,na
tndae Cre ek, ofa Crom .~ ers, ot 'ri
day, on3yd27tl, 18. at 10 A. M. to
award ai01 <;nit fo heIlrig sid
acrolts sais:n a t thaat ot ,is fo
tahLn i)rige tovhr Liie ti ' Oi (113
the reee f ohn AI. Wertl iis on Ir.
bridge . P. s m JA 8, (iatnsfr
Notice Do mocrats
'VTe >emi otray or (t w ~berry Coutnty
is hereby' r(< ji ie to1 i t tmee ini 4Oei
tiont at; Ntewbecrry ('ourtiI Hou~e, Sati
(1ay3 thle 31 s. ilay of JulI, 18ss, ' or the
1)urpI o.e of eeting e ightt. tdele'ga es to
the State c'onventio to11 b.)le hld at Cn
111y order (If I he i'xt t!iVO cotlmmtttee
WV. 11. 11U lNT, .J it Seeetry'.
XO fl e finot 'anct
ro1eovey o Mr. it.L 'lx y Ih ItoitIrkalet
les4s hei toibi nott lairn t iw hiwa or elp. iii
hat!;i Clon hI. t irm t it iigit oi
I)lxoive ry wias t i It ofi li r. i ng ' Newtr 14
bouigt a lar Ie bi>t' -iiat t i ng o lief, holg'
Now L,ifo l'lbl ; Iv -It ittc it a w
t w-sx t I Ju11Iti utid hi ilesh
Db iovery for (:s 'ilIto!!lest of this Great,
Lyttos'yDin't Co.sitny,tin free at Cofloid &