Newspaper Page Text
Local and SDeciaL.
l*.%wrtsr-!:ev. (: '. t-.:i, p,a-:or. p>reachinl;
n-xt Suni: V: at I11i In. :" ;:' K " . 1". 'S"n
.t 5chti ,o i at :;:.. p. i . r. -t 1. larwiie,
Sul.-ritateotient. e- yer :IeC iina we"lit-$lay
at ::3, p Iu.
lrriE-:AN - t-v. W. C. -cita. tT"'. pa tor.
1't-:a: ui._" it. xt slilt i>y the p:s (.r. a: 11
a. n: amt.t 7 4,1 p. in. suin.ty scho.1 l at It:,.) t.
i . r w li,ta .- Iltytseat, :iupr iln:ein.ae-i
rtayer ue."ta.g Friday at 7: i:, 1t n
.\lai a> zlr--dev. -1. . - t -s. P:~ a.
Pre ahiii: I' tie.- pa&"or at 11 a lit >n.l; :15
p. In. Sunday .-clt"o at 4 p in...M1'. Jon -i 11
Ch:,pn in.u1 eattteideaitt. Pr-ayer ineti i g
at 7:15 ..a.. n.
A. L. 1:En-BY1E.:1 a-R'v- E. I'. MeCiintock.
p>xstor. s:rvice nex' Srtt'I"sy by the patsttr
at 11 a. in. Muna la" :il c ool at t9:.:tJ a. tn., .1 r Al.
A. Cat lilale. superint.erl.lt t. 1lray-r neetlt g
Thutr.lay at 7:16 a. i. N1i-sitary .tci-iy
w titteJay at x p. i.-, MIrs. C. .ower, Pre:
tit,n,t w C. T. U. To -,lay at .> p. l., Mis C.
Mower. Presi ent-.
>t. scoi et. W. 11. I lancke"l. t ector.
Service by tIe rector every third Saiul'y at
I a. in. ad 4:iu p. ui Lay reading by Mr. N.
B. \lazyck at 11 a. ti.
?RESBYTEaIAN-ReV. J. S. Cozby pastor.
Preaching by the paator at it a. nl. antd 7:15
p. in. .uuclay school at 3::tu p. in.. Mr. W. E
Peiailn, superintendent. 'rx)er uertia
Wednesday at 7.15 p. in.
Mrs. Cleveland, the President's wife,
has sent Mr. Jas. Todd one of her
photos, with her autograph. Not long
ago the President sent Mr. Todd his
photo. Mr. Todd named two of his
youngest children-t boy and a ,girl
for the President and his wife, which
has now been remenbered by them iii
a very pleasant manner.
Remnenlber that Wright & J. W. Cop
pock give a discount of ten per cent.
iron regular prices on all cash sales. tf.
Wright & J. -V. ('oppock's is the
place to get your ('lotinig if you want
to get the worth of your money. tf
BLACKBF,RR1 B..a-1.-This name
indicates something. What is it? Fully
one-half of the wide-awake, reading
public of Newberry County can answer
this question as correctly as its manu
facturer. They will tell you that it is
the most useful medicine extant for re
lieving the distressing pains incident to
I)iarrhoa, Dysentery and Cholera Mor
bus. It does the work. Rev. S:ai
Jones would say it "Gets There." We
say it is a sure cure. Renemiber it casts
onlv 25 cents a bottle. Remember that
the'only genuiletarticle canl be oltaited
att Pelln:lin's Drug Store. tf
The next meeting of the Teachers'
Ass" ciatiol will be held at Prosperity
on Saturday, M.ay 12ti, ill the High
School building. Profs. E. 0. Counts,
W. K. Sligh, and Miss Fannie Hodges
will read papers.
The session will begin at 1o:3o a. iii.
All personsinterested its education are
cordially invited to attend.
Hallow, ('harlie! Have you been
speiding the winter in M1exico? Naw,
been to \Vright & Coppock's; couldn't
Early Rose, Goodricl and Peerless
Potaltoes at S. B. Jones. tf
BoYS, Now 1s YOIUR CIHANCE.-lf
yon go to Hunt's Book Store and bu.v a
5cent tablet, they wvill give you a nice
lead pencil. tf.
L IME.-100O barrels fresh Catoosa
Limue for sale cheap by PEOPLES &
If you have organized or think of
organ'izing a Base Bait Club it will beC
to your advantage to go to Hunt's Book
Store and get their special rates to Base
Ball Clubs. tf.
General Secretary Elected.
At a meeting of the Newherry Y. M1.
C. A. on last Thursday nsight it wats
decided to elect a general secretary for
thlis'plaoe who cotukl give all his time to
the work here. It semed to be the
unan iimUous opinion of the mlemubers that
sueh a manl was necessary amid MIr. J.
'V. Nicholae, of Riehmond, V'a., wvas
calle'd to take charge of the wvork.
Base Balls and Bats, HIaimmsock's
Tot s. Fish Hooks and( Lilies, Croquet
Sets. etc., etc., at S. 11. Jones'. I f
H[eker's lHuckwheat aind Oatmeal
for s:dle bay . l1. Joiles- t
-.mCL()l ( CA\().-Hainig bought
a large supply we call afford to sell
chseap.( Call anl ex:aine ast Hut'st
Blook Stoare. f
Shsannona! il'e, at .J. WV (Chaianan'as.
3.I(re of t hoae )x fardl flibles, at .J. WV.
( v(5,d Papel)r ast (6 : realx, at -1- XX
The Luthearans Churcha.
Next Sundliay m orninig the regular
service in the moarin g by the p):5tta.
ansd at night the passtoar Rev. XW. C.
Sebaestiier will pare-h- "Everyb:ody:
i.e,rmonai." H e has1 tini5le,l the services
ta younllg meni anal Vounhg wolnenl aind
t tushi sds a ndla wives andh onl next
Susailay evema. Is: will preeh "lEvery
lao(y's -irhi (al.
( )ii. Pa~in,t5 aaaal A Pt inntter:I a of ver
.' li'x lapears, at .3. XV. ('hapmtan's,
*om(llta StylIe," "t Ilu ll," "Charred
an yige, ete.. etc.
..V righrlt a .. WV. Coa~ppok have goat
baig stack. :115i they atre gaoinig toi sell it
Staliar,!'., (aapyinhg Ink at llut'
1 :e k St wec. mt.
Tlry a la--eint pa:ak:ag.. oa "Hu Kee'
TPea. For sale by S. IB. Joanes. U
Thie .Ihdapaa D)emoacrac ie eltubl will miee
at JIalapsaan S-aturaya May .5.
The Old MIen's D ~n emocrat ie clb oft is
townl will miaet in the (Court House to.
molarrow IWFiaIv; afternoonl at1 5 p. mn
Thme Caulia Riemocratic club wvil
meect next Tue-sday night, MIay 8, ii
.sleC(aughsrin. Hll at s-.;ma p. mI.
Tlhe. Youniim. 'sa-'> Demoiacraticecltub oi
thle towna will uneet this afternicon it
the (Coutrt Haouie at a; p.m
iitlaire '.'aD \aal -u ialer froi sore~s, ani
boil-. andl phnples, andia "poioni Oak.
or are yout exhibiting any signs oS
VItiated o'. ' :a It you are no(t, thler
vou - wvanit nto remedy.a If y-ou are
troaubled,. theni maki~.e -sedy trial oftthat
king of vegvetabale remlsedies, Pelhiamn
( onn,laaundl Syrutp of Queen'. D)eligh
and ksrstaparilla. One bottle wvill e,
tabalishs its virtues. WXe cotuld nm
dlozenls ot' the mlost intellibzent and re
spe'ctable who wouild gladly certify I
its cusrative val'ue. But we ask for n<
eertiticastes. Wec natie nlobodyV. It tell
its ownl story. It represets itself. On
bottle is worth its weight in gold. Pu
tip and sold only by WV. E. Pelhamn. t
- . M1LIr.-Gequan MilletSeedforsa]
V'4R:IOU1S AND ALL AKOUT.
Next Monday is saledav.
'aturd(av, May 12, is the day for the
Couity D eiloeratie Coiventio1.
'I1he all:(!s' ('(-untty' (-nvenit
meets heie (;n Saturday, May ..
enatori1 .J. A. "li..dh is re-tlon):iiiaited
tlis week :r the tale Senate.
M1r. A. ingletoii has sold his h,use
an<l lot near the "oilege to Mr. Adaint
W\en<itk-r. The*. price paid was K500.
Theiu to wit ("outinkil nottifv IaildI OwVierS
o (-i-alse thi ir prellises :tnd diilattet
by l.ta int.
The t711:11 fi alixanl!ations of tle seln i1
(lass lii inNeherri ollege, will be held
iext M(,nday1,ltesiday an(d Wednesday.
It is gettiilg a!oLut time for the New
h erry Literary Association to give us
The real estate agency of ('arlisletl
Lane makes some addition. this week
to t he list of property for sale.
The subject of Rtev. C. P'. Scott's
serlilont at the Baptist (hureh next
Sunday night will 4.e :"Wouids that
callnot be healed."
The Hoge School (colored) held a
closing exhibition last Ilight, an(d will
uite in at piemic tomorrow. A broom
(iriil was one of the tatures of the ex
The Seminary did good service i.i the
t>)wn last,Sunday morning. Rev. Prof.
J. L. Fox preached at the Lutheran
church, Rev. A. G. Voigt, at the Pr(s
)yterian church, M1r. H. F. Shealy at
the Baptist church and Mr. M. J. Ept
iu at the Methodist church.
At a meeting of the Tou i Council
on last Thursday afternoon the preselit
oticers were elected for the elsuilig
year as follows: John S. Fair Clerk
and Treasurer; J. H. (hapell, chief ;
P'. 11. Brtadley, H. H. Franklin, J. Y.
Miller, Poiieenien ; W. T. Jaeks-on,
Street overseer; Riley Bates, Lamp
John ialvkiu Brought to Newberry.
John Hawkills, who ro bbed the post.
o:liec. and left town a mont I ago last
Tuesday, was brougit to Newberry, on
Saturday, April 2S, from New Orleans,
where he had been arrested a wee'
before. He was carried before United
States (.'oillissioner Reid and admilitted
to bail in the sum of $2,001-John C.
Net 1, F. A. Schunpert and Iey vW.
Falt being his bondslmen.
A preliminary exalilatio(n will be
h:ld to-da .
(ArT-REI1 JU7ST I- TIME.
W hen Hawkins was captured in New
Orleans, the following letter was fouti
on hiimt. He was in a roii in the Chal
mette Hotel, under the mane of .June
"NEW OULE.xNS, April 20, lIN.
"I guess iy time is about tip. I am
out of money, in disgrace, despondent,
in constant dread of arrest, and death is
the onily remiedy I canL think of. Be
fore I take this last step, however, I
wish to give some direc-tions about the
disposal of miy body, and to say a few
words about myself.
"I am John Hawkins, of New berry,
S. C. MIy fatther, Rev. J. Hawkins, 1).
D)., a minister of the Lutheran church,
lives at Haig-ler's, Ora ngeburg County,
South Carolina. He may be tele
graphed to at Orangeburg C. H:, S. (..
It is not necess5ary to send1( miy body
home. I think one of the Lutheran
churches of New Orleans will bury mie
for my fat her's sake, and he will pay
the expenises of the funeral, wvhich
miust be very plain.
"Ttiere are sonic letters, t wo photo
graphs and a dir nmy large valise,
room .5, Chalmiette House, which I
would like sent home to my~ miother.
For the rest. of what I have with mae it
miakes no (dit-renice what becomes of it.
"If I coul oly see mty mother now,
andl tell her all that is within my heart.
The thought nmkes mec incapable of
W\hen arrested lie was found to be
armed with a loaded Smiith & Wesson
revolver, andl had in his pocket $2 and a
money ordler fo.r $404) on the Sout hern
Looim H .i:' JT. S. Russell sells eight
cakes of Colgate's Soap for 25 cents.
Croekeryware, glassware, lanips, hoo ts,
shoes, hats, trunks, valises, and a reni
eral stock of D)r- Goods and G r'oceries,
all low down for c-ash. (ive hiim a trial
andi lie eonivime-l. Satisfaction guar
Who keeps the nicest stock of Hats in
Newber:yv? Wrigrht & .J. W. Coppock
(Go anid see them and be convinced. tf.
Don't forget that D). R. Wheeler hlas
on hat at reasonable prices thle Do
miestic. Davis and the New H omec Sew
ing Maichinies. If
Calhxouni Lod;te, N o. 6. A. 0. U. W.
Supreme D)eputy Glranmd Master
Workmiani Arthur F. Murphyi org:n~
ized' a l)(dge of the Ancient Order of
Uniited WVorkimen on Moniday ighit
wvithi fifty jimmbers. Thie new lo<bre was
naedi "Calhoiun Lidge Nit. ."'lie
followinig oflicers wecre electedI:
landl. d. WN.; WN. HI. Hunt, .Jr., F-ore
manii: J1. WN. C ihilpman, Overseer: WN. (.
i(chnit(r, Guide: M. Foot. .Jr*., Heiord
er: J.A . Ihirt on , Receiver: h . M. 5'peiers,
Ed Schio"tz wasi- electeid to renri ent thet
( alhiouni Lodgel ini thxe Grandl I oi?gei
whlic ele ts in Atlaniita. (Ga.. M::y!4 Ith,
A.\nthe-r siefill Neu~ be.rri;an.
Sa eiomipetive xallnInatiiili ht Il
at the Jiel.ersiin Medical Co-lee ii.
the largest inistituti onl of the kind it
Amieriea. D)r. Pelhiami was thle firs1
prize mlanl if hiis class. He cwill prlob a
bly- reach homhe to-day. andi will retom I
next fall to takew charge~ of hiis pio-k illo
Hjis friendIs litre will lie glad to hear o
Everonei shloldi se Wigh~lt &z J. WV
ICoppock's ndeirwearl biefiire- purebas
inug. It is as comilfortal e as ornanmen
tai. Tis is saying mucith. but '1i true?
Wr~.iht &k J. WN. Copock's line o
(Gcnt' Nec-kwear- is just awfully nie
That it w xhat the- ladies say, i. e-., thn
best. loo klli onets. tI
-hanni n Fi i riles,ehe:-ip. at Hii lit's H ol
Good WVritiing Paper at 4e a quire, a
J. W. Ch'apmian's.
Croquet Sets, Hammocks, Fishing~
Stackl"s, etc., at Hunt's Book Store. mf
ConUP,WHOOPING COUGK and Bron
eohitim. immediately relieved by Shilohi'
THE NEA5vBlM1Y COTTON MILLS.
Annual Me:tin1g of Stockholderr-Flour
i,ling Coiition of the Mll.
'Te annlual mee?tinl"g of the sto('k
lo:it-r; of I e -N tw1 ewhrry ('ti tI In Mliiis
was livid iii Kniiigrhts of lonor at 11 t
a. Im. vesteruday. %1r. M. A. Carlisle
wits nlacle chairlinall and Mr. G;eo. S.
IoVer serretary of the Imeetilg.
The report of M!r. Hellnr C. Robe'rt
ion, !ra,irer and General Manager,
shtw,edt1 that the nIiill 1t iille itoney
thurinig the past year, andl froi the
p reselt oi:utiok the pruspe"ts are good
for the ne'xt yecar-.
i'(noi)t"l'T OI' Til; MILLS. ]
D>uring the past year 4,4tii hales of
cloth. or 4,535.l!, yards, w1eighhig :;
1,'.12,tl1 S pounds, have been inanufac- i
tured. From its beginning the inill
has uniforlly in1anufaeturedl a superior
grade of cloth, but even a iore excel
lent is now bteing put upon the market,
anl it tinds a ready sale.
Tht. mill has oiisulmed ill inanufate
turihg the past year, 4,904 bales of cot
tol weighing 2,2 .3,117 pounds.
From the 1st of Septeinber, 1887, to
the 1st of April, 1888, 5,215 hales of cot
ton have b'en purchased, and the Iill
now has plenty of stock on~hand to last
until the mihldle of next October.
L.o(MS AND SP'INDl)Ils.
The entire machinery at the 11ill in
Spindles .................................... 10,112
LOOM S....................................... 320
It is expected soon to put in an il
addit ion of ten lolioms, niaking a total
of :':; ) loons.
'I E OPERATI F-:. -S
Ihe total numier of operatives c" -
ployed ill the mill is 241-ntales lu0;
The n1iill village coniprises:
Chureh uilildih s............................ 1
Six-rool I houses.............................. i1
Tlhree-rooni houses....................... 1
Total ,ibilings............................ 5
The school for the ehilrel of the
niill village is taught by 3\iss Fannie
\\ardlaw and hat. ain enrolliuent of 25,
:and aim average attendance of 22. This
school is free to all the children of the
village and is run for niine months in
1)D i;I- 'o1:S 1'oit T1'il;E'YE.\R.
The folio',wing are the (irectors
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
1). ii. \Wheeler, Wi. Langford, J. A.
('rotwell, Nl. A. Rennwick, Jas. H.
3Ie3u!U.mn, J1. N. 1atinl, Geo. S.
'Mower, W. T. Tarrant, R. H. Wright,
Jas. 3kIitosh and R. L. _MeCaughrin.
At a imeeting of the directors held
just after the meeting of the stock
holders the following officers were
R. IL. MIeCaughirin, p)residel; Henry
C. Robtertsonl, treas'urer andl general
manalger; 4 eo. S. Mfower, secretary.
3Mayor' (rolmer is recoverinlg from his
sickness. Hie is able to sit upj.
Gein. W%. H. Hunt retturned T1uesday
fromt a visit to Greeniville.
Mfr. S. N. Evans, who has been
working iln Georgia for the past month
or two, returnetd bomne on Moniday.
. 3r. W. Lud Lake, of Florida, is visit
inglhis faither, 3Mr. W. .J. Lake.
MIrs. Edl. Scholtz left yesterday to
visit her relatives in New Yoirk.
Mlr. and Mrrs. R. D. Smnith have re
turnied fromi a visit to relatives amid
frienids ini ('ohlmbia.
\ir. R. H-. Wriht, retumrned 0n
T sdyfrn a visit to her sister Mirs.
H.cs.l oinad at Springield, Ga.
MIr. GeCo. A. Shields, of Columbia,
was ill Newvberry this week attentding a
mieeting of the stockholder's of the New
berry cottoni niills.
MIr. WV. W. I park who was ini the
mnusic trade here but more recently at
Laurenis pass:d through Newvberry this
week en route to Columbia. He will go
fronm there to G reenmville where he will
locate for awhile, Hie represents MIr.
R. N. Richlbourg of Columnhria ill the
sale of orga~nis and pianos.
Net pr!o(eeds of the hot supper last
Fiday night, 8.39.33. With this unrount
a go<uh ilbraryv cani he secured for the
Sun<iy-schooi. The supper was as
usual very nice.
Tht tiirlen of tihe i gh School as
prep ar ig for' onle of their (elevel' 'xlhi
b hit ir;ns,to take' pl:we somle time during
!iss Lizzi Spe rma: nIH,of Sil verSt re': t,
w.s onl al vist to her grndfather, . Ll.
I tHilium, a tfew. days~' ago.
The gro ve wa.s furllI of '.'i'queai p layers5
llt best tonit' for weak aid delicate
ch'iiren,i' andt :also the best remietdy for
' een ihS a lId colt ds, is ((od Liver (Oil, wit h
hi\ phspits Prepare.d by P.
Av "r's illsaret t hi ibe'st inhartio for
timr acion,ll they ('ur.'eIonstipa:tioni,
sinn 1111iate tihe apjpetite arti digestive
or"gan', d streng~thien the sy'stemh.
iateroisaret ini the' la'ket ill
(1outh Flridla, and1t peact(hes are rvie
Ii Tat. feaig of weari'ne.ss, so of teln ex
perI. itncd ill tile spr'ing, r'esults frtiom a
=luish c'ondritioni of the bloodx which,
being' linpure, dotes not qutic*keni with the
ening'i qI' seasoni. Aver's Sarsapiii a.
byi vitaliig antd t'ieansing the blondl,
renI' u' thon anid i nvigorates the systemI.
Writig paer a ents a quire at
ILady Fl!orent'"s Tooth aiit Mithti
Wash ''nd e'ilegzant and safe preparationi
for' preservinig and11 beautifying. the
Iteeth and1t strenigtheinlg thie gumls.
p"sitic'' Post Otllice. t f.
F"or Base-halls, Bats. Caps. Belts.
Matsks, ( !oves, etc.. go to Hunt's Book
L argestt ('ilses on Rtecord.
P'rof. LAtisette is achieving not tonly
ai great success with the pup)ils lie teach
ts byv corre'sponditenice from his otliees,
Nii. 237 Fi ft h Avenue, but also in classes
whIic(h lie personially instructs. His
laitest success in the lecturing line is at
Baltimiore, whlere he has a class oif 1087
-lpui'ls fromn the professors and students
of John Hopkins U.niversity and the
Ielite' of tat city; als.o 100.5 at Detroit,
1100 at W~ashingrton and 1500 at Phila
Last week we had some frost. 'This
%-eek it is warm. A good rain is Inuch t
ieled ini this se('tiol.
The farmeI rs arec n1ot done planiting of
hs.ir crops yet. though they are' pu!hl1
nJ: riglt along.
Mrs. Sallie Swgr,of Lexinigtonl
ounty, has b eeli visiting her inother, W
1Ir-s. Kate Hipp, wh%"lo is sick.
Demoocratie club No. 3 of Town- TiI
hip No. 1i will iteet at Mr. .1no. N.
"eagle's on Saturday May 5th at :- p.
it. fo r the purpose of electing delegates
o the County Convention of 1Iay 12,
I noticed in last week's Herald and1
\ews that I)oublinl wanted some onle to
1lforim him if there was a road law, and i.
f so, what it was. There is a road law, "
L copy of which can be had by apply
ng to the clerk of County Commission
'rs. The law is a good one, but it needs
>ing enforced. Y. F.
NOTES FROM EXCELSIO .
Miss Beulah Barre, of Prosperity,
isited relatives in this communlltll1ity o A
'aturday list. F
At this writing a goal season of rain A
vould certainly he a welcome visitor. y
Gardens in this section are looking T
ackward anlt a season of rain would
ie a great help to vegetation.
Mr. James D). Kinmard, of New berry
['ollegc, spent Saturday and Sunday on1
his old huntinggrounds. ()
Misses Alice and Sallie Kibler, ofy
lIhelena, are visiting relatives inl our y
coIunluity this week. 1
A great many of the people in this A
connnunity attended the Newberry
Conference that was in session at ('o!
ny Church on Sunday last. We (lid
not attend, but we learn the congre
.ration on Sunday was large.
Last week we ient;onted in our notes t
that I)r. ). M. Crosson and family of V
Lewiedale were over on a visit to his
fatlher's, MIr. J. TI. P. Crossonm anid famn
ly, and during their visit Mrs..Crosson
was taken sick so that she was unable
u return. )r. Crossn returned, leaving t,
rs. Crosson and child at his fathers L
o return to Lewiedale by railroad. We A
tre glad to state that Mirs. Crosson is
mi-proving and will be able to return
itmeic at an early day.
Last Friday we had the pleasure of T
.aying a pleasant visit to Columbia. A
We noticed along the road from Pros- i
)erity to Columbia that the farmers F
ar;e been busily engaged at work and
re about through planting cotton
:hough we regret to say that small A
;rain along the road is looking a little '
>orry, however, a good season of rain v
would certainly add to itsappearance
nl improvement. Amongst other
nmprovemnents along the road we were
lelighted to notice that our flour
shing little town Pomiaria now has,
the advantage of a nice new depot and 11
waiting room- which certainly adds
very much to the appearncee of the ti
ittle town. We returned home fronm
the c'ity on the Laurens train Saturday
vening feeling that we hadenjoyed a
pleasanlt trip). Columbia is certainly a
beautiful and p)rogressinig city and( we
ilways like to visit there. i-w;A.
A NEWSY LETTERL FROM DYSON.
T he farmers are pushing ahead; de
ightful weather; need rain; good deal
of corn anid cottonl up.
Mr. John Proctor finished planmting ~
't ton-large crop. He is well p)leasedM I
with his prospects for con anid small
grain. Thue latter is very good every- v
where and proxmiises at present ani
Good prospects for a large fruit cr01); u:
not nianiy peaches or plumis. J
Mmr. Jacob Haltiwvanger has 200 hills
of wa'mtermielonis up). Six hiills wer'e h:
planmted in Feb)ruar'y-all dloing tinely. I
Hie also has a fine gardlen; had Englishl a
peas and strawberrnies twice and expects
a niess of Irish potatoes next Snnday. a
"Jke" knows sonmething of farming,
and his good wife something of garden
ing and ralising chickens. So do e
otiers, a-s MIrs.Wmn. Haltiwaniger, Mis
J. L. Aull and other ladies are congrat- d
ulatinig thiemselves now~ Oil additional t
supplies furnished from galrdenis and am
poultry yard(s for their tables, and theya
know~ how to prepare it in a temtpting, e
Miss Nannie Coleman would takei
the premium for nice golden butter. It
is (delicious and her table would suit an(
epicure in good fare. Mr. .Jesse Cole
man is one of our leading mend ini thee
curi;chi, far'm and as5 a citizen. 0
Mr. J1. L. Aull gins his last ('otton t
brought ini one day this wee'k. Hie
gined over 3uni bales last seasomn. Thme
criopi was very large hiere last nill. \l r.
Aull is one of ouir best ilen.
MIr. Philo Betts and Mirs. D avid Bil
Ilck are sei'iouslyv ill.
TIhegener'al health of' the o'onunuitnity
Mrs'. iNancy'~ Kehy , who lives necarI us,
is *S y'ears dhl next A ugust and draws
a I )ension as thle wido w of a soldier of'
t he war of 1812. The old lady is heai'ty
aiid active fon one~c of her age.
WVe were at Sister' Spr'ing's y'esterday
anid hleard a sermuon by the pastoi' to
a large coingregaition. They' have ai
toumishinig Sundlay-schiool: 75 to 100( at
telti, nileetin't every Sulilaiv. It was a
pesurie to -Woe so) iniany' vollig pieopl e
presnlt, espie(iallv 5(o inamllyln'et [v giri's'
andl to hmeair the goodo sin.ging fr'ona all.
andl witnmess the inater'stin em~~xercise' of
the Sundlav-school. Mir. Tloin Pro(tor,
at A s'criet ary,' are assist ed by sev.erl
tea'her ari' umoI earnmest w.~orkeris. I legular
peach'linig dayvs, Ed S-utuvlay iin ever'y
mon i:th . Tlher'e w~ere' four broides pre'sen t
w.ith t hiri grom'tiIs, who'i( have been mar
i'id wvithini tihe last few. timnths.
Mrti. 11odlr,s Burnzett and Miss Sallie
Elliisonti, if Edgerotiehl (County. wer'e miar
r'Ed at Cohiervillie A'cademy oil April
24th, by Rev'. E. (. Rice. This was an
interesti ng oc(casion, the ceremony'. be
ing~ witnessed by' the. pupils andi several
gnttlenten and ladies. whit catlme in.
'he Ilhppy coupt4le were onhe of thie foulr
sokeni if abo(lve as~ present at 'Ihurch'l
yesterdoay. T heroe wasn at large itnumber
of otheri v isitors se ttledi near the
churci'h ve'ster'dar. on a tree amnod at
tractedl a gtood deal ofr attenution-u-it was
a swarm oif bees.
On Friday 1befor'e the 4th1 Sumnday in
May there will hoe a pie-nit' at Cooper'
ville Academny, w.ithl exercises by'. tile
puiliS. sp)eechles, sonigs, recitat ions,
crow.nitng a May Queen, etc'. A pileas
anlt tinwm is expecCted. Y'ou, Mr. Editor,
hav.e a c'ordial invitaltioni toi be piresenit,
as ther hav.e y'ouL bookeod for amn Eiies
aimd we do not wish y'ou to disappoiint
us. "So gove'rnl yourself accoirdinigly.''
A call for tihe Democratic o'lubiof t his
pr'cinmt' to meect at the Acadecmty ntext
Saturday at 2 p. mu., to elect ofhicer's, om'
ganize for the ('omiing campaigr'. pre
pare for' camndidates and other expt'ri
enees indligenous to election y.ears.
IDyson. S. C., April 30. 1888.
In Edgefield County W. Scott Allen,
Wmn. J. Pbeady, James Callison, W. J.
Talbert and Clinton Ward are candi
dates for the Senat3.
For The Iherad and News.
Hot Suppers :t the Hall.
ro the "lelena Girls." with warIn appreeia
>n of tlieir excellant laste. untiring energy.
id generous hospitality. as well as with pro
undl adniration1 of their bewitching charms
b10auty1 , ;:r:tee :.1 :i:ni:ability, t he"; lines
n.uleslly but reltpect fully inscribed
lough denied the right of chartr, and a
Countrv Vilhage telnnltd.
the good oli si,lpie tustus, and the rural
ways conl:Iiris t"d:
iti no sigs ''fo "rine rel'izatnles," ave the
rui11 o her shop.
e ennl t"row a little louler, for Helena is
are is 11uusi" tie the sountl :.agilIl, of
-revelry byv night."
ad the "Old ll- is thr picture and tle
etlnbl-s of deli-,bt.
itil her fatl tic,laIions, andi iher gaialids
ere a rose-budl sweetly stiiling. there a lily
cup assigned :
is a fairy laud of flowers, most enchanti,g
to the eye,
ud the girls 1 ake up the lnmasic which the
birds caltle,t supply.
verything is eibulelnaetieal of I'upitl's cun
Vely flower b:ti a ina'iiig whit-h1 sii 4ome
ardtent lover Ila nWn'd.
icre are lit tle moclest pansies, which mean
"tencder thoughts of you-"
ni petuni:ts.tneaninrg"w'elurnue"- blushing
pinks, "I'm ever 1 rue"
'hile the evergreens. suggestive of the heart's
an- gracefully depending ill gay festoons
lssin~ on a little further, where tlie "lan
quet clotil" is spreadi.
nd the hungry "gornandiser" by an angel's
hani is fed,
'e becomne involved in sonmething. which I
cannot well relte,
lid win a1nother -Waterloo" upon our
aIr and charming are the "w:uitcrs," who
stand ready at our arn1,
uid are tilled with consiernation, lest we do
our stomach barni
et they heap t he Itwious viands with a wild
vol uptuous will,
hat unlervrs us. a1311 we eluerry,"\What on
earth is left to lilt?"
aving fairly cleared a table, we rise quickly
hile a voice cries out i mploring, -Take some
jelly, have some tart,'
ou can boast. of "city maidens," of their
f th.ir "trilliant conversation," with its
-bright, poetic charm."
et despite the "crown of jewels" which the
city lnaidtens wear,
hen you want a go >d "iot Supper." the
Helena girls "are there "
hey are there. :nd "don't forget it," with the
niicest "in tiieir shop,"
lid w:ien roi>bed of all their "<lainties,"
they aie tliere t '"grace a llop":
nid they grace it, let me tell you, with a
presence th:t is swoet,
nid a beaity only eqIualled by tle musIc of
ouncd tre sp:acions hall-roon etirle, like a
fairy nymph they go,
hile the zealeltls youth. elated, "tiip the
light. fantastic toe";
p aind down the i:all. parading, hack and
fori h1, to cell tre aisle.
'here they stot+ to eihange pritiolns, and1
new partners take lWhile:
ow the inierest is enlivtn'd. andI the ntlsic
ud tie jaunty boot-heeis rat tie, like a score
of Kett le drums.
e look on Wit h aiinirat ion, so enravishini.,
oth our feet begin to shttlie, and we seize a
ike tile heavint, undutlatitns of the waves
that meet. the shore,
re their lithe. d:umatie ruoions, as iiy
(irift across the floor.
here's a cal to. the danre is over. ant each
geelt, with gallant gr''.
uickly bows, :nd(] seats his p:ulnaer, ill a
snugly chosen pl:oe.
here is innocent ilirtation. :Il! a play of
ndla hIun of wooling vi'e5, in a witnsomi e
ear 'll. Iili" indeed. we love thee, thou
art saered to our heart
roml the nietlloric's elust-rinz 11rouncd.thee, we
can never, never part
or the words that here were spoken., and the
vows that here were made.
re enshrined in precious caskets with love's
purest gold inlaid.
es. we love thee, and will dc"k thee, while
the heart Its sprinng-time knows.
'it I tue ntistletoe and ivy, with the jessa
Hlcelna, A pr. fSth.
The Republica n Convention.
The State Conv'ention of the Re-pub
ennl party meit in1 ColumbIlia 3Iay let.
'rie following delegation was elected
:a the Chic-ago Conv'ention:
1st District-Delegates to Chicago,
0 . Webster, (white,) Or'angeburg,
nid .J. 3L? Freemanilt, Charieston; Alter
aites, J. H. F'ordIhami, Orang.leburg, and
..V. McKinlhuy, (Charlestonl, S. WV.
IKinlay wats unlanimously elected
2d D)istrict-D)e!egates, Fred Nix,
tarnwell, and Paris Simikins, Edge
eld, Alternates, EK. J. D)ickinson, Aik -
n, and Rev. 21. WV. Edwards, Edge
3d District-D)elegates, 24. B3rice,
eonlee, white, and B3. WV. Nancee, New
erry. No alternates.
4th District-Delegates, P. F. Oliver,
hehilnd, and F. A. Saxton, Laturens.
5th District-Deilegates, ('. C. Levy,
Eershaw, anid Z. E. Walker. Alter
ates, F. H. Dibble, KeZrshiaw, and A.
eld a1 wee'(k ago)-D)elegates, IE. H.
)eas, Darlingtonl, and( TI. .J. Tluomney,
F. L. Hicks (of Newh'1erry, was mIadle
mfemhber' of the Fxecutivec Conwuittee.
Hienry Kennedly wats elctedI county
hairman for New berry.
It will be seen that two of the four
elegates at large and( three of the
wlve district delegattes so fiar elec-ted
re whit e. Thlere are sev'eral She-rman
elegates, butt tile plarty leaders hiavte
arriedI thiri polihnt, and14 a lar'ge miajority
f the dlelegates arc believed to object to
astrution'lls for any~ ('andidate.
A nlote was handedk'( tile News anid
fourier r'epresenlltat ive-s an1ht noucin on~01
.thority oIf ('. Wesley Whitmhire,
hairmuan, that the 3d district faile'd to
leet dlelgates to1 Chicago, and11 t hat tile
onvenCltiont for tile purpose05 will be held
n the 17th inst., at Gireeniwood. As
nie set of (delegates has1 alrtealdy been
leeleud. ther'e is ev'lietlyv a split ill tile
S. J. Lee uie a10* I5 speech itn which lie
untldr'ed tlhoutSandh dIhliarS ats at 1und1 ito
*.e'ure thle best lawyer-ls :tul upIset the
letion and1:1t regi-strat ion! laws.
Rieorgaiinig il he t-iversity' (,tSonth
aro'lhli make1Is it nCesL.-ary~ to ili I he'
PhysVilogyLX I i I : 'letHy ine, Agrieulturlie,
FltuIny' Utn' Zll(ingy. terintary Medi
'ie. As.istanit Anlytical ihetinisit anId
Mafter'ia M.ed ieu, c Pedigogii's, Inmstrue~
if whiomI 1s will be' itll prl'flssorls, onek
BooIk Store. if.
If yoult wanht a first-elassu l'cwint Ma.:
hinei, cal1 l n . B. Whleeler on F-riein
tret, next door to'Dr. Pope'1 olie. t
WViLLi YiIi SUFl'i-i with DyVspepsii
anid Livecr ('oniplaint ? Shiloh's \'ita1
lizerI IS gularanitee-d to cure y'ou.
SLIEIrtyss N\1(1 H Ts. madwe mliserahlII
is the Remnedy for youIt.
R-eedv. Pri('e 50t cet'is. Nia.sal In
FoI r httie bac:uk, side or chie-t, use Shi
loh's Porouts Plaster. Price 25 i-entis.
SItIL' Il'S ( lt'(iH and1 ConIisumptiol
Cure i- soldl by~ US on a guar'antee!. I
SuIItor's V1TAtIZElI is what yoi
need for Constipation, Loss of Appetite
Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dys
pepsia. Price 10 and 75 eents per boi
What -He is Fencing For.
To the Editor of-Ihe Herald and News:
In the "Helena Heraldings" and
news notes of your paper of last week, I
noticed that "Mr. T. P. Lanehas taken.
in a largeslice of the streets surround
ing his-place." This is a great mistake.
He knows his lines. T. P. Lane is not
fencing for the eyes of your correspon
dent. he is fencilg for his own.taste, his
wife's and five children, one orphan
girl, one old bachelor and Columbus
Me\\hirter's bird dog.
Yours respectfully, T. P. LANE.
April 24, 18, by Rev. W. P. Jacobs,
at the home of the bride's father, Dr.
WmII. R. Harris, of Waterloo, and Miss
Carrie W. Boozer, daughter of Dr. J. J.
Boozer, of Clinton.
Mrs. Caro J. Cromer, wife of Geo.
B. Cromer, Esq., died in Newberrv on
April 26th aged about twenty-eight
Arthur Raynond, son of Mr. Thos.
('ook, died in Newberry, of congestion,
April 30th, aged eight months.
.John 0., the youngest child of Mr.
Win. H. ('arwile, died in Newberry on
May 1st, aged 11 months and 19 days.
POST OFFICE, NEWBERRY, S C.
.'st of letters unclaimed anl advertised
Many 1, 1 ti.
Arlmstrong J. e., Jr. Holland, Dan
Armstrong. F. It. Hazel, P. I.
Boztick. W. .1. Long, John L.
Clark, B. G. Wayiton, Ben
Cherry, Abrahain (col.)Pratt. Beujiman
Cam pbe:I1Mrs.rah R.Renovator, Feather
(ue-s. Spene- r Book, Charley
Glar< otw. Dai:c Scott. H. B.
Garniany, Annie Thompson, Mliss Anny
Granham,Geehel West, Henry
Iollingsworth, Miss Lizzie, care-Simon Wil
Pers'ns calling for these letters will please
say that ti-ov were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT. P. M.
A MoTH Ei DI.:PRI VE) OF REST-Sit
ting night after night watching over
the little one slowly and gradually
wasting away from the effects of teeth
ing has no rest. Why don't you try
)r. Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial?
Is L it-.:Won I'.TlI LIVI.W.-How often
do's the patient mother, who had just
laid away the little one that (lied from
the efteets of teething, ask this ques
tion. Itf she had known of Dr. Big
gers' Huckleberry Cordial, life might
have been brighter.
\WimERi' HAPPIN-:.ss IS FoUND.
Where is happiness found ? In the
dictionary, and in the use of Dr. Big
gers' Huckleberry Cordial, which saves
so much pain and anxiety in relieving
the little ones from teething and ehol
FOR THE SENATE.
JEFFERSON A SLIGH is hereby
announced for re-nomination atthe
Dlemocratic primary election, to repre
sent the people of Newberry County in
the State Senate, and is pledged to
abide the result of said election.
DR. SAMPSCN POPE is hereby
aninoutnced as a candidate for the
Senate from Newberry County, and
will abide the result of the primary
FOR HOISE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
GEORGE S. MOWER is hereby
nominated to represent Newberry
County in the House of Representa
tives, and is pledlged to abide the result
of the primary election.
[30OLE. LIVINGSTON B3LEASE
Uis hereb)y anniounced as a candi
date for the House of Representatives,
subject to the primary election.
CLERK1~ OF COURT.
T H E many friends of Mr. C. F.
BOYI) announce him as a candi
date for Clerk of Court, and pledge him
to abide the result of the primary. Mr.
Boyd left Newberry College when nine
teen years old and entered the Quitman
Rifles, a company formed in Newberry,
and served through the war with
marked valor. Was shot through the
left lung at the battle of Cedar Creek.
We bespeak for him the support of his
many friends throughout the county.
J OHN M. KINARD is hereby an
niounfced as a candidate for Clerk of
the Court for Newberry Gounty, subject
to the primary election.
FOK R ('1IOO L CO313I185IONERt.
WTE are authorized to announce J.
E.C-xD E as a candidate
for time oliC (f School Commissioner,
subhject to the approval of the Demo
,RTHUR KIBLER is hereby an
A noun ced as a candidate for School
I HI'EjtlEBY annoIun~ce imyself as a
ceaidaohte for~ the oflice of' Schioo]
'onimssioner for Newberry County,
sub ject to the :actioni of the people al
the P'rimary Election. I will not be~
amble to mecet with the people until aftei
"'layingr by time,'' as .I am actively en
gaged in farlmintg.
( .'A i.\L is hereby nlominate(
. for r~eleio to the ottice o'
hoo. fonuissiner f'or Newberry
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
C10L. A. 11L WHEELER isi hereb.a
:annountced for re-nomiinationl a:
(County TI'reasurer, subject to the pr
mairy elect ionl.
R. J.). SMi1TH is hereby an
nLiouniced as a canldidate for Count2
TI'resrr He will abide thet result o
I iH OOUNTY 1 OM IMiGN >
I HEEBY annhounlce myhself as:
c:Cnid ate for the ottlee oif Count:
(onanlhissionher. andl pledge myself ti
abide the result of tihe p)riimary.
JiOHN D). BROOKS.
I R. ED)ITOR : Please announe
.x my name as a candidate for th
othic of ('oun ty Commissioner, subjec
to tile primaraiy election.
.JAM ES J. LANE.
TI the solicitation of miy friends,
?2. have dlecidedl to annIounce mnysel
a 'anidathte for the othice of Count
- (onmmssionmer, subject to primar
1"l.J .)H N A. H A RMON is hereb;
.J./announlced for ('ounty Commii
sioner for Newberryv Counlt,subjec
to the will of tile people at the prinmar
IOHIN N. BASS is hereby nom
!Jnated f'or re-elec.tion to the oflice<
Coroner, subject to tihe primary electiom
EDhrb oinaedfr tffi<
of (Coroner for Newberry County, sui
Sject to the Democrmtic vote.
SA fresh lot of garden seed at
J. S. RUSSELL'S.
The Wholsal. and Fia
WE HAVE THE STOCK! TH
THE CAPITAL! THE ENE
We Claiffi thF lead! We like 0
and under no condition will we
BOSS B1ES@8 1101
Every express brings new style:
'the latest novelties. Despite the g
the last month our business has bE
are 75 per cent. betf - than weexpe
We desire to openly acknoa
thanking them for their past favon
future, assuring-them that we will e
and that they will always find our
best quality and at the very lowest
quote to you some of ourstartling, i
so very busy that we ,actually c
Rembember'that we will not, car
for cash, and consequently can offei
Finally, in conclusion, and by
this one fact upon your mind: Don
We handle Bacon, Flour ani
course, our prices are much lower t
smaller lots; in fact, we can offc
department, as our goods are all fi
COME AND SEE US.
OUR NEW SPRING G
FOR THE INSPECTI
This stock has been selected w
ment of all classes of goods and ccn
Remember that we keep a
and we guarantee to sell as cheap a
Our stock comprises all pric
Medium and Fine Goods. Sole A
Strouse & Bros. Fine Ta
Chas. Heiser's F
Zeigler Bros. Fine Shc
We have the m'
Ladies, Misses and Chib4
WE CAL L SPECIAL
BOYS' AND CHILI
An Endless Variety of
B. H. Cline's~ Old Stand,
YOU WILL E
BOO'T AND NHE
AM\l I FLL LINE OFG0[
W .L .DOUGLA.
$3 SHOE. GENLEM
Sword without eaks o a. As sty
-ain ndu tacks or nais twear ters4~
and well ~ig s han-ee shoe
and only lat .ewed wel $ shoe wb
ceLo hO eLAr82..50 SHOE is un
B.: the aboe goods ar made in Congr
dealer, write W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockt4
3INTER & JA3IUON Agents..
ii Dry Boods1 Boots, Shoes
E STYLES! THE OCATION!
RCY! THE LOW PRICES!
RE. THE TRADE!
pposi1io! We Defy Cimpettlion!
budge from our position as the
SE OF PEtR llYL
and every freight train is laden with
eneral dullness which prevailed for
en most satisfactory, and our sa'es
ledge our gratitude to our patrons.
, and hope for a continuance in the
ver use our best endeavors to please,
stock of goods the best selected, the
bottom figures. We would like to
in preceden ted prices, but we are kept
innot find the time to get them up.
not be undersold, as we buy strictly
you every advantage.
way of parenthesis, let us impress
't forget the place !
I Molasses by the car load, and, of
aan when these goods are bought in
r you special inducements in this
esh and bought at bottom figures.
9OJ9S AR NOW OPEN I
ON OF THE PUBLIC.
th care, and com prises a full assort
tains all the noveities of the season
iine of Goods,
e goods, but we make a specialty o:
ine Shoes for Gentlemen r
es for Ladies.
ast complete line of
Irens' Shoes in Newberry.
ATTENTION TO OUR
Kats, Both Fur and Strawe
- NEWBERRY, *. C.
JR., & CL6Y
YE, JR. 4 CO.
"I yero ogr rm annu
atry 1, 1S88, a .iesirably located
h Iouse, inl the towni of New berry, con
taining seven rooms and cellar and an$
out-house with two rooms, and about
two) and one-half acres, set in . choice
fruits, grape vines and smnai fruits.
A pply to my Attorney, G. S. Mower -
or to ~ F. WERBER, JR.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA~
NEWBERRY COUNTY-IN PRO
WV. A. Faliaw, as Adm'r., &c., and in
his own ritght, plaintiff, vs. Aikens
Fallaw, et al., defend.ants.
Complaint to sell lan1d to aid in lay
mnent of d ts~t, inljuncticnl, &c.
B Y VIRTUE of an order passed n.
28th March, 1888, in the above
stated case, I will sell at public oucy
in front of the Court House in s,d
County, on saleday (7th) in May, 1~
all that lot of land situated in the vi
laeof Helena, in said County and
State, containing seven acres, more o
lesIn boundeil by the Laurens1'~
he road, hv lands of J. 0. Meredith,Mrs.J~
siC. Wilson and others, it being a pr.f.
Sthe real est.ite of which Mrs. Eli ae.
be Fallaw died seized and possessed.Tb
"land will be sold in several lots of
nor more acres each, plats of which w
he exhibited on day of sale, prior
ch which time they can be inspected in
-~ office of the Judge of Probate.
Terms-One half cash, with thepi
Sliege to pay all cash, and the blnei
ltw elv e months from day of sl,w~
legal interest, and secured by abond
sthe purchaser and a mortgagdo(
urpremises sold. Purchaser t&
paes J. BM