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Local and Special.
c' ip1. t'. '. Vlh,it. wilt receipt for it,bcrip
t i on':t.il tak' n- w oRio : at 'rosperity.
Mr. T. .1. wilsoi is authoeriz,d to do the
%ari.: at Ridge Rod.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
S-rvice ev(-ry two w(eeks, secoid at,i fourt th
X t,.ai ays,:t 11 : t I. St1 u1:1y- -choo0 l 10 a. 111.
WM.N. A..1t:Lt.\N. Pastor.
Close -otiw-lialf hour before the arrival "f
trains per schedule, viz:
For colu m ia ..................................... . -., a m
For Greetvile and the West............ 1 0 p in
For l'olutnbia ..................................... 2 :7 p it;
For Laurens......................................... 4 45 p rat
Otftice will reinairi opett until........... 5 3I p m
O per n ..................................................... 7 p in
C lose..................................................... 7 :; y
IL MOtcMAN. P. s.
Pro~raumme of Coinmencetnent Exercises.
Sunday, Julie 15th, 10.30 a. i., Bac
calaureate Sermon, L. A. Fox, 1). ).,
Sunday, June 15th, S p. in., Address
to the Students, J. 'illiatn Flynn,
D. D., Columbia, S. C.
Mo::day, June 1ith, 8 p. i.. Juniot
Contest in Elocution.
Tuesday, June 17th, 11 a. m., Annual
Oration to Literary Societies, Hon.
Samuel Dibble, Orangeburg, S. C.
Tuesday, June 17th, S p. ni., Annual
Alkmni Oratiov, Rev. J. E. Berly
A. M., Selwood, S. C.
Tuesday, June 1ith, 10 p. in., Alumni
Wednesday, June 1Sth, 10 a. i.
Wednesday bight, Reception.
Special excursion rates have been
secured over the Columbia and Green
ville, and the Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta, and the South Carolina rail
Something New Under the Suia.
The Liquid Freezer is now on exhi
bition at Sam Jones'. The ladies are
especially in- .ied to call and examine
this Novelty Freezer. Freezing is in
stantaneous. Come one and all and see
something you have never seen be
Crab Apple Blossoms is all the rage.
We have added this fine odor to our
list of Fine Perfumes. Try it. You
will be pleased.
BELCHER, HOUSEAL & KIRLER.
Coca-Cola at Pelham's.
"Coca-Cola renews the vigor of the in
tellect, and relieves mental exhaustion,
rendering the flow of thought more
easy and the reasoning power more vig
orous, conduces to mental clearness and
activity, freedom from fatigue and
power of endurance.
It has gained an enviable reputation
as having gilt edge merit, and in muost
of the large cities of the South has
takeni a position at the very front of all
the leading and most popular soda
Thi~s p)opular sununer beverage fur
nished ice-cold, at 5c. glass. at Pelhamn '
"Tusuta Pudding," fresh and deli
cious, 10c. per package, at
tf McINTOsu & Tour>s.
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
During the n'ext two- weeks I will
make a special reduction on Pictures.
Trhose wishing to ornament their par.
lors, drawing rooms, &c., will find it to
their advantage to call on me during
that time. Yours,
tf -Z. F. WVRIGnT.
Crosse & Blackwell Pickles-Mlixed
Glerkins and Chow-Chow, fat
tf 3MCINTosEI & TODD's.
Helena Heraldings and News Notes.
MIrs. A. J. Bowers and children lef
last week for a visit to the parenta
home in Virginia.
Mrs. Wmn. Zobel returned from Phila
del phxia last Monday, after a very pleas
anit visit to relatives in the city o
Mrs. J. R. Scurry, Mrs. D)r. Hol
loway, Mrs. Corrie Hollow-ay and Mas~
ters Leroy and WVillie Holloway, o
Chappells, paid a pleasant visit to Mrs
lB. E. Julien in the early part of tbh
Mr. 'Watts hats charge of the sectiol
of road bet weeni Helena andl Jalapa.
It is too bad that ladies taking th
train here are obliged to get into aun<
out of the coach without an extra ste]
or two in the hand of a polite portem
Ve'rbum sai. SANs So0(0I
There is more Catarrh in this sectior
of the country than all other disease:
put together, and until the last fe~
years was supposed to be incurabole
For a great many years doctors pr
nou nced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
mnent, pronovnced it incurable. Scienc<
has proven catarrhi to be a constitutic
nal disease, and therefore require
constitutional treatment. Hall'
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. 1
('heney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio, is th<
only constitutional cure on the market
It is taken internally in doses from 1I
drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directl;
upon the blood and mucous surfaces c
t he system. They oll'er one hundret.
dollars for any case it fails to cure
Senxd for circulars and testruomials
F'. J. ('H ENEX & (o. Toledo, 0.
Mr~Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Tlhere atre times when a feeling (
lassitude will overcome the most robust
when the system craves for pure blood
to furnish t~he elements of health an<
strength. The best remedy for purif'
ing the blood is D)r. J. H. McLean'
Even the mzost vigorous and heart
pleople have at times a feeling of wear
niess and lassitude. To dlispel this feel
ing take D)r. J. H. McLean's Sarsapt
rilla; it will impart vigor and vitality
$ 5,Id worth of School and Misce
luaeous Books, Stationery anfd 1Fane:
Goos t beclosed out at New Yori
cost. Address J. I). Pickard, Colun
bia, S. C. if
A pleasant and certain cut
for Diarlhoca, Dysentery, (Cho
era Morbus ani d all affectionls
the Stomach and Bowels.
Prepared and sold at
RODE rTSON & GILDER'S
Corner Drug Stor
VAIOUS. .ND ALL AB~OUT.
Mr. Albert F. Riser is announ< el
this w'"ek fur ('junty Tremir-r.
Th at ninalions in tie New eri
lt u:,l. \tIen tiill be hl':ll to d:v.
31r. W. .'rmrian.uedbir
week is a candidate for ('uinty Au- r
MIr. T. (G. WVilliam., has, aI"ceptedI a
position to travel for Cahill & (o.
The final examninatinsIi ini Newleriv
College close to-day. The t";iuentle-I
nent begins on -uuday.
The Newberry Ritles will give a
fancy dress drill on ( 'ourt House square c
next Tuesday at 5.30 p. ni. e
Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., will deliver an d
address to-Inorrow at Ninety-Six at the
closing exercises of Ninety-Six ligh u
All the churches in town will be
closed on next Sunday, and everybody -
will attend the conmenceient exer
cises of Newberry College at the Opera I
Col. J. Q. -Marshall will not be in i
Newberry on Friday. He expects to I
go to Edgefield to-day where he will
wed Miss Janie Brooks, the talented
daughter of Capt. J. H. Brooks.
At a meeting of the conference of the I
Newberry Baptist church, Rev. John
Stout, of Society Hill,was unanimously
called to the pastorate of that church. (
It is not yet known whether lie will 1
tiot weather is not much of a stinu-'
lus to work, but if you want to enjoy
the heat get yourself into sonic of
Smith & Wearn's cool clothing. They
can certainly please you. See their ad- I
At a meeting of the stockholders of 'j
the Newberry Building and Invest- '1
ment Company was held on Tuesday
night when by-laws were adopted. U.
G. Sa!e was elected Attorney and R. H. -
It is stated that Dr. Sampson Pope,
of Newberry, will enter the race for
Congress in the Third Congressional t
District. Ir. Pope, Mr. Norris and Rev. E
Mr. Sligh will afford our friends of the I
Alliance p!enty of good material to se- I
lect from.-Keowee Courier. I
E!der J. N. Martin, of Newberry,
has recei tly been greatly afflicted in
his family. First, a sister-in-law died
in his home, then a brother, and last I
week his oldest son, George-all these a
within a short period. The waves of
God are made to pass over him. Deep
calls unto deep. Many are the atilic
tions of the righteous, but the Lord
delivereth him out of them all. We
are sure that our friend, who is so well
known to many in the church, will
have its earnest cordial sympathy in
this hour of sole bereavement.-A. R.
John F. Speck has the largest and
finest display of Spectacles and Eve ~
GlIasses in the c'ity'. Call if you need
any thing in this line. Eyes carefully
fitted with the best glasses to be
Mr. Jacob 0. Ruff can now be found
at McIntosh & Todd's, where he willI
be glad to see all his friends and former
MIiss Lelia Rives returned last Thturs
day from Florida. I
Miss Janie Martin has returnted fromni
tihe Woman's College of Baltimore. (
MissNellie Chapman, of the Spartan-.
burg Graded School, is home for the (
Mr. and Mrs. Elias Brown, of Char
leston, are visitinig Mrs. Brown's father,
Mr. Jos. Brown.
Rev. W. S. Wighitman went to Spar- 1
tanbiurg last Saturday to attend the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Speck, of Pa
latka, Fla., and Mr. .Johni 0. Speck, of
Charlotte. are visiting their fat her,
fCapt. .John1 F. Speck, in Newberry.
Mi1ss Janie Nance, of this county,
returned from Union on Tuesday last,
-where she has b>een the past year at
ftending Cliff'ord Female Seminary.
Mr. W. L. Burts, lately operator and
agent at Honea Path, has taken charge
of the ticket~office at Newberry as sue
1cessor to Mr. Eudy. He is an efficient
operator, and wey welcome himl to New
) ~ Prize Drinl.
Th'le Ne wberry Rifles held thleir an
nual p)rize drill in the Opera Hfouse on
Tuesday nighlt, and were greeted !.y a
SThirty men were in line antd were
drilled ini the competition for tIle priz/e
by the energetic leader, Capt. 5. ..
M'Th copan miade a splendid ap
-pearance, and wvent through with thbe
-manual of arms withl tile precisionl of
Sveterans. Th'lere wvas Gut one prize,
Showever, for the best dIrilledi man, anld
tile contest .soon narrowed dlownl to
thlree of tile soldier-boys, W. W. Horns
by, Haskell Wright and Frank WXearni.
Thle judges, 0. L. Schumpert, Esq.,
and Messrs. R. ID. Smith and S. Bi.
Jones, awarded thle prize-a beautiful
gold mxedal- to W. W . Hornsby. Thle1
prize was presented by the chaplain of
thle company, Rev. D)r. (Cozby, ill a'very
fThree cheers were then given for thle
Newberry Rifles and the exercises
sIf health and life are worth anything,
and youn are feeling out of sorts and
tiredl out, tone uip your systeml by tak
intg D)r. .J. H. McLean's Sarsaparilla.
For at satfe atnd certatin remeldy for
fev-er andh ague, use D)r. J1. H . Mc Leain'
illis and Fever (Cure; it is warranitedI
A WVomani's D)iscovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has b)eenl
imde and that too by a laily In this country.
D)isease fatste~ned its cltthles upon her and
for sevena years shie withstood its sevres
tests, but her vital organs were undermineud
and death seemed imminent. For three
monthus she eoughed incessantly- andI could
not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption and,
was so muchl relievyd on takimg 1irst u:ose
that she siept all night andl with one bottle
.has been miraenlously cured. Her namtie is
iMrs. Luuther Lutz." Thus write w. C. IIam
riek & Co.. of Shelby. N. C.-Get a free irial
bot tle at I tobertsox &: Gilder's IDrug Store
No need to take those big enthartic
pills; one oif D)r. J. H. McLean's Liver|
anld Kidnley Pillets is <1uite suihict
and tuore agreeable.
Remember that Johna F. Speck doesi
all kinds of Wateh, Clock, Jewelry and:
Spectacle work. Fine wourk a spe
~. cialtv. lv.
SU.:31M1EP, E.CI 'iloN :.ATESi.
lChi' I.i-t or Resort! for the siutimst
sw.lanow% of -Newberry.
'Ti lit"ltond andl ianvillt 1:i!
>:( l (,It payiv htvt- arranged Iheii
ites to the various suminer resorts i
e c,nit'y. and The HiI :ra:ld a<
ews has mu:ole a =el-rtion froim tl
Ioltitude of pIaces inl tie" \'irinli:i,
t (':'rliias :ul1 (Geoarg.ia.
Iieke"ts ale ioV oil ale" to :all fit
~ints iii .>nth ('arlia, North ('ar.
nia ani ('eorgia. The tic-kets for \'ir
i~ia potints have not till bet-n1 re:civr,
ere: but Mr. Burt, the polite IRa
>urteous ticket agent at Newberry
speets to have the full tlutta iii a fe\
'l'ickets will be on .alet from tnov
nttil septemiber :;,t, 1.sun , inclusiVc
ool to return until October 1st next
tiders( n, S4. C................ 4 i,
.rden, N . ('................................ 7 t
s.eville, N . C........................... 7.
ellton, ( ................................ 7 i
lue Ridge, Va........................' 5
apon Springs, Va..................... 22 2
'arolina Beach, N. ...........11
)aggers' Springrs, Va................ 21 '
'lat Rock, N. C............... :,
'letcher's N . ( ........................... t
ainesville, ( .......................... 7 4
;reenville, S. C......................... 4 7
lendersonville, N. C.................. l 4
lickory, N . C............................ . 2
lot Springs, N . C...................... 8 (
,uray Cave, Va ....................... 24 :~
atural Bridge, Va..................... _t >
)rkney Springs, Va.................... ;n
'endleton, S. C............ .......4
toanoke, Va.............................. 2'
to:kbridge Alum Springsi a.... - 5
tuthertord, N . (........................ S (
aluda N . C............................... t (
eneca, S. C................................ 5 2
partanburg, S. C..................... 4 "
helby. N . C............................. ( :
taunton, Va.............................. 21 5
;weet Springs, V. Va.............. 2; 5
'allulah Falls, Ga...................... 7 7
'occoa, Ga............................... (; _
ryon, N . C............................... 5
Valhalla, S. C........................... 5 0
Varm Springs, Va...................30
Vaynesville, N. C..................... 9 5
Vhite Sulphur Springs, W. Va... 24 5
Miss McIntosh's School.
The closing exercises of Miss Mclin
osh's school were held on Tuesda
vening. A few invited guests an
>atrons and friends of the school wer
>resent. The exercises were held i
ier new schorl building. The part
ions were taken down and the whol
,uilding turned into a hull. It wa
ticely decorated and the grounds wer
ighted with Chinese lanterns. Altc
ether, it was a very pleasant entertairi
ent. Miss McIntosh has an excel
nt school, and it is very much appre
iated by her patrons. We publis]
elow the progranl.te of exercises:
Chorus-"Come Cheerful ('onpan
Latin Salutatory, Miss Eloise Welcl
Be Polite, Master Carl Sehaeffer.
Moving, Miss Jennie Mann.
Little (Ioldent Ifair, Miss Bell
Chorus of Zeplyrs, ('lass of Liltl
Boys' Rights, Master Ifarry Robert
Who Made the Speech, Miss Jose ph
The Engineer's Story, Miss Beulal
The Best Friend, Miss Maude Sebael
er, Master McHardy Mower.
Chioice of Trade, Wilianm Fair, Le
2ndI Summer, Lewie Lane, Rufus Fel
ers, Henry Lane, Thi omas .Johinson
esse Salter, Clarence Summe ir, Samue
ook, Frank Mower.
My Kit ty, Miss Bertha Livingston.
WVhere Do You Live, Walter Au
Dumb Bell Drill, Misses Arnmeli;
~ivngston, Nora Russell, Beulal
;rardeau, Marie Davis, Fan nieSimiti
)aisy Browni, Daisy McFall, Fann
ayn Carwile, Belle Bi rrv, Gertrud
arwile, Mary Nance Fair, Agine
German Recitation-The Summer
liss Celia Cohn.
Visitors fronm Story Land, Manage
--Curtis Martin, Misses Thyra Schun1
ert, Pawnee .Jones, Nan nie McCaugl:
in, 3Maude Langford, Master Hermia
Thle D)umb WVife, Mliss Tallulal
Essav-Th'le Financial Possibilities<
N\omien of the Present Day, Miss Air
Farm Yard Song, Miss Susie Lam
French Recitation-La Reved
eanne D'Arc, Miss Emma Scott.
Woman's wvoes, Miss Nelly McFal
Miss Mabel ('ash.
Mona's WVaters, Miss Carry St rothe
Closing Chorus-Evening Chimes.
$25~,000 worth of' School and Mise(
aneouls Books, Stationery andl Faine
hJoods to be closed out at New Yor
sost. Addlress-J. D. Pickard, Colun
ia, S. C. tf
The most delieate constitution cai
mafehv use D)r. J1. H. McLean's Tf.
Nine Lung Balm. It is a sure remed:
'or coughs, loss of voice, and all thro:
md lung troubles.
Just received a fresh lotc
3lenn Springs 'Water, which w
>ter at the same pr'ice, by th;
anse, that is asked at the Spring
awe allow for the empty boi
I1()BEIRTSON & GILD)ER.
:fCorner Drug Stor<
Anosthser Cuare foir Ithneumxatism:a.
LAKE ('iTi'Y, FiLA.
I' P. P. -J.n'jy Co., Sianmuwh, Ga.
GE.'r'io:M -I had Rheuiatisnm f<
ver six years, and last May was take
lown and confined to my bed. 31
egs and feet were badly swolleni an
he color of a red apple, atnd I was in
earful condition. I heard of P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Pota
lum), and af'ter seeing what the i
redients were-a' theC formuala is <
'1c bot/e-I concluded to try it, :ai
fter taking three small bottles w:
ile to go down town and attend
mny business, and( I must say that
eel like another man. Am how ta
ing the large size, and to-day I belies
that I will soon as likelo as aniy man
~ixt-one y'ears of age expect to be.
A.('. L ANU.
HJave you read "Looking Hackwari
and "Marie Bashikirtseff?" If not,
to the lBook Store anid get thern
li nter' & .Jamiieson have umark
down t he balance of their Spring (lot
ing to prices that cannoiat fail to se
They have receivedi all eleganit line
Neck W\ear, and have alway's on har
the hest stock of Shoes in Newberi
and at lowest pices. IIt
If you are in need of a pair of Spa
talso y lassg oJh
aes orEeGlseyo oJh
(ro:i,-r .1l,l,to:et. T
oft~e \V1 l+ ,1-rtriOl-uted to the (.rozier moumnlent fund
wa:- held in the Court House last
_ Thurtay m.>rning to make arrange- (
m,en1ts to hv:.e the ineoiniuent ereeted.
(h:n. Y.J. Popje wvas iade chairman ii
ttl Mr. W. I. Wallace secretary.
l:ipt. W. W. Itiser -tated that he had
t"'llet"tedi on his IIIks riptionl list h i::..5,
and .\l:yi t ; t11: = had r," -li iv d roai t
'1'ittta, " ::d tptal. i_ f it r c t Ia l
'r(t. IIto'i' I ; an h e:tul tal rt: ttl
.rI o . .not itt i si t dil It\ lve t1. Walace i
a 1:i1ttee ~f three wa 1a;tp~inlted to
pr"ep>are a biograph,li,a! -ketchl tof 31r.
ruzier, antl to secure a tete frIt a lot
in Itolse 'pt .'emlet.r fur ia place to I
whichi to have tti htte eis oeCruzier re
-.'reas, and upon which to iterect the,
tnonunwttte ift, andl to s arnpge as to
ht ave the bio,raptlhi,al .ketch intor- t
porated is the dieed, and lit ae of record
Siit the ( teirk of ( rrt' ollice. Th,e
; chtir app,old ia suh i Icii iittee,
"I) J trs. ('eo. B. u 'r,dlei , J. K. ''. '.
l rans andl W. 11. Wallace. r W.I. W elnc
5 a c,lntniitee of three was ahointel to
I contract for tectio o the lilonu
lment, and to look after the inaltter, t
Sconlsist of ('apt. W. W. lRiser, ('apt. R.
u H. Wright and M1r. T1.. J Iecrary", and
0 that said comittee have power to in
Streate its number or to appoint sub
t cotnittees if necessary, at especially
u to call to their assistance a cennittee
d of ladies, tw Of whot gshli. e ors.
11 . 1. right and .\Mrs. W.. l:iser.
1 The collilit tee w:as also ilist Itlete" I to
rem,oVe the reciui; of .\Ir. icrozier
' from the old graveyard to uesemntya
Iurinl s Thuraly tLae d goganos
e received a telegram fro, alr. Bem
SPrice, of Oxford, 1Iiss., whose letter
1we published last week, to make draft'
on him for 25.0U towards the Inoou
k lent fund. This will increase the fund
to k268.10. There will likely be other
0 contlibton Mr.S to the fal epa.
.o A Diuty to Yourself.
1- , It is surprising that people will use a
y counou ordinary pill when they can
d secure a valuable Englis one for the
, same money. Dr. Acker's English
pills are a positiic cure for siek-head
tache and all liver trouble. They are
i- small, sweet, easily taken and do not
e grip. old by Belcher, Houseal & Kib
ler, opposite Postottice. .
'n Kills His Wife.
On last Saturday night D ick Moore
killed his wife ahd threw her body in a
pond of water and sunk it by fastening
a rock about her neck. He is a negro
and lived on Mir. Benj. Halfacre's place
about six miles from town.
The next morning bock went over
to the residence of Capt. J. . Banks
and confessed what he had done and
asked itr. anks what he had best do.
wr. aanks advised hin to give himself
as it rtae to thr. onsearate catd
His remarslwere be uck her
ad called her astr, id th ...f nttdil..,
toroneer ands nrws notii e and n
di.owtn ton follow and it th e iuet
Dr. ''oses in mingn the ostior-l
te deaiation was ofi tsih Bonn<
-''onByecausteng arope aon ther e
neck. Te ontd uwas ome tweorhun-s
df ie yardls mshl conie tiner they'
live. Antherponr whoiplivsied te
-, hatdtat esare lluinbuene nioth- a
work and thed iety.i iorisno
StgThe Tonersi of Ite hee." l
waios ahpyesto of Divinvlocar cmerth
asnioteatiosn to theecosesratdsm
a aof the a,ser,b the wsea cof Gali-e
tonte and ChtAnew, and Jares andow
y ont implic it htte ih
be fihersgfged," ero io tihee caps
tleslwas converated untothee the posibe
'e of theGeties shl coetuno Nicohe
Dr.s anitherpexem hasied theuen
, fact ha thes ~isherme alors, bee
hey iereretvly called, kh unforh
wtiit" and earnediateirit ef thei e
ewvok'g ad ownved the soamnnshi.''i
aley cspkeioi the tabliey of thek
i,mn hen thnersionepf the Trth.ee l
fios e ifeainle whtarryie whiter
-tamong tenton n.oth sad
of)herea filo the lkes carry civit
zainnd Christianityran, and eapw
is erdoinr gdorioi wokvil.ntes
lhe' findlict artd werope t tedenc
tcfhe rtugd hroe, xfisrhere aros
deilaiy oithe polites aonselniors Nicde
musIne lcte rexempevry oad affiuen
Jaepxhia of Arithiera,had they beentl
e directlycall ed tora work.Thunop
isingTan eastrnetii of theseemen'ste
aei who f"go downtothe swith hI s, ais
alwayelis ofnewicOrein. lies ores
ha ei whet thei accepheth. He
P uln ofiiraiiicpsssehmi and eumr
E innt todge. man imuchrsoth thinhey in
(fuse new tl ien thet churchegs ofh itera
kDr.i therato baieis weharge ofeivte
*eamen's miethe it nd tNew ret Orleanssn
if ing ye togloro tworkt great these;
nseafrn when ork san at1ionalite
fuhly conde athearywecm.a h
chatlannd taihome, whereii ifere hooe
tinyledrks-t conenen er nd h cohfots.a ine
th ietr i rooimI t : eiiry anda ih
are wha ([r. Witherspoo in pan santly ies
are siover eintrtaiie.ahpies t
Th aThe omthe Season'sBte
aisfll noympath lith the ne fvarious
hn a listed theoo pt.re isna
k-athe yorBeBagosat teeitIenae lerive
priice2s. onenme tf
F. buy your Uase Ball goods at the lowest
lr ?iiWeox. mother )f \lr<. C. V
White at lactoryvilb-, diel May _Stl
he 1S90, of cancer of the jaw, aged about 6+
of M r. ,bkaTa %bw, :meste emet
ni" citizen o,f Ner t ry, i d at his; h1om1
here on Fridav, 't4b init.. aged a lio
rm fiLl year:.
tes Both the method and results whei
I Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasan
and refreshing to the taste, and act
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys
mlls Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tern effectually, dispels colds, head
the aches and fevers and cures habitua
erts constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
1f. ceptable to the stomach, prompt it
its action and truly beneficial in it,
. effects, prepared only from the mos
healthy and agreeable substances, it
the many excellent qualities commend i
,ion1 to all and have made it the mos
red popular remedy known.
iar- Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist wh
fi- may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one wh
wishes to try it. Do not accept an;
Gay CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
%% as SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
er. LOUISVILLE, XY. NE/Y YORK. N.Y.
ine; w. E. PELHAM, AGENT,
1). NEwP.ERRY, s. C,
and Club Meetings.
THE YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRAT CLUB
3d a Met in McCaughrin's Hall June 5tl
and Dr. E. C. Jones in the chair. The fc
>all lowing officers were elected to serve f<
u 'he two years : W. W. Hodges, Presidenl
ibe John S. Carwile, rice-President ; 3
her L. Spearman, Secretary and Treasure
Executive Committee.-Capt. 0. ]
Schumpert, Dr. E. C. Jones, Jas. K. I
Goggans, Wi. M. Lane, Dr. J. 1
for orty-eight new members were addt
the to the roll making nou.- on the roll 11
is Club then adjouned subject to tl
ren call of the Executive Committee.
less W. W. Hoti Es, President.
M. L. SPEAIMA\, Sec. and Treas.
tale ('AROLTNA DENoCRtATIC' CLU'B.
Thel1 Carolina Demoratic Club, <
TIowV nsl:ip No. 1, met on Friday, Jur
the 6th, for the piurpose of reorganizini
eld Jas. 1 . (Gilder, p)residenit, presidlin
teiand L. W. Jones secretary.
After roll call and election of nie'
W. members, President Gilder having df
ng- cdined re-election, Geo. B. Cromner wt
anuanimnously elected President for ti
E* next two years. Tne other officers<
in the club were elected, viz:
1.5, Vice presidents-Geo. S. Mower an~
the Alan Johnston; seretary andl treast
.30 rer, L. WX. .Jone~s.
Executive C'oninoittee-E. Mf. Evan:
-' D. M1 Ward, J. M. Johnstone, L. V
C.a Baokand E.> R. Aull.
on On motion XW. 1H. Hunt, Jr., a con
mittee on re-gistrationi was ap)pointe
onas follows: XW. H. HMunt, Jr., C. J. Pu:
0to cell and Jas. L. Ken nerly.
d of Oni mlotioni of J. M. Johnustone tI:
next mieeting of the club w~as ordere
-.for Tuesday night, June 24.
.On motion of 0. B. Mayer. Jr.,
ille, comm it tee was appoiniited to prepa
suitable resolutions on the death
members of the club occurring sin<
. .last campaign.
Conmmitte-0. B. Mayer, Jr., E. I
C. Aull and 0. McR. Holmes.
On motion of J. M1. Johnstone the se
' c retary was instructed to furnish a
stract of the minutes of this meeting1
i. the town papers for publication. TI
'w's club then adjourned.
GEo. B. CIioMEn, P'residenmt.
L. WV. JONES, Secretary.
ties: PINE GROVE DEMOCRATIC CLUB
has WVill meet at Aull's Steam Mill C
N Saturday, 14th, at 2 p. in., for the pu
pose of organizing for the campaign.
r M ULBERRIY DIEMoCRATIC CLUB.
tht There will be a meeting of the abo'
'a or named club at the residence of M1
j.Thomas WV. Keitt Saturday, June 21
instead of 28th at :3 p. m. A full
ugl tendance desired.
asd (C. F. Born, President.
thecr JA LA PA DEMOCRATIC CLU i.
Mc- M~emibers requested to meet at Jalal
Saturday the 14th of JTune at 3 p. mn.
reorganize thre Jalapa Democratic clui
ress and immediately 4fter the club is o
aP ganizd to frced to elect pern
ills) nent otiesfrthe opening of t
canvass. There will be some very ir
f arl portant resolutions offered before tl
s. I club, and all I Lnmocrats are urgi
to be sure to attend who belong to N
.c. .1. B. ('.uWml'ELI.. Secreay
II ELENA I'EMoCRATKi.
L'I The IIlelena I )emaocrat ic Club w
miimeet on Friday evening 20th, for tl
ote pu11rpose of electinrg dlelegates to t:
('oun tyv 'on venit ion on 2SthI.
All mueumbters of thle elub are expect<
wilto be presenlt.
Madison, V:'., 'ays IP. P'. P. is the lN
alteratlive in thle mar:rkt, and lie bi
hrandih-i andi so)ld all thie sarrsaparill
andii b lood It 4 medicines t hat were adre
Erysi pelas.- I. L. I rvina, of Thoniu
ville, Gar., says lie was atiited wi
Erysipelas for ten years andi' was on
eured when P. P. P. wa:s uised.
Tett er, Saltrhieumat n td ( :aer are :e
cetrred by P. P. P. Thle effec-ts of thle
dliseases'are petretible arfter the til
b>)ttle of P. P. P. wasr' usedu.
GRAIN CHADL ES.
The Celebrated 14-Fingt
rGrain Cradles,; Senn's A
SGrain Cradles, at low price.
PEODFPLE FR JOH-NSON
he Order of Procession for Campa
Meeting on Friday Next.
oil Friday, the 1:lt of .1ute, 1
larshals appointed ly the Execut
ommsittee will m et at the officE
. L. ehunmpert, at 8:tiat0 o'lock a.
rom there they will go to the NE
erry Hotel, where the escort will f,
nd proceed to the depot to nueet i
'1pon the arrival Of tIhe e:u1lidal
te followsi1g w%ill,be the~or<lrr~ t'tat
-l,tmt t he d1epol
_. Thel* t:arria_-t -"tl:,ini t,! Ote e
.Thle c"seort tuder" charge of
At 10 o'clock a. im. t he p r'cest
vill be formiel on ('al,hvell Street,
iead of tle prou-i rest in on m Pi
*treet. At l.l.5 a. ill. the process
vill nove tp Pratt Strnet to Gl
'treet, :id ,lowa (; lean :trret to
ones (,rove, witl,re the speaking
T'h[e ordler of march to tlhc JO
rove Wii be,. folllows:
1. Newb-erry" lIa:nd.
:.. Chief 3i:trsha:l O. L. SeIhumpt
tud Assistant 'tar-lh:d '..1. McCau
3. Carriages, c:ntlainiing candid:
ind County Exceutive ('omiotttttee.
4. Assistant Marshals .J. C. S. Hr(
utd Monroe Wicker.
5. Mounted procession.
t;. Assistants Marshals J. C. Abr
ud Geo. C. Glasgow.
7. Representatives on foot, from
lifferent Democratic Clubs.
S. Assistant Marshals Juo. C. W
Ind John H. Scurry.
9. Citizens unorganized.
10. Assistant Marshals .John
icker and J. Lawson Wise.
11. Citizens in varriages.
12. Assist ant Marshals Adam
-ull and I. C. lti,llelhuber.
Upon arrival at the grove where
speaking is to take place the proces:
vill be disbanded.
The chief marshal will wear a
'osette and red sash; the assistant i
sals a blue rosette and blue sash.
W. H. HUNT,
Chairman Ex. (or;
E. H. At: r,
Sec. Democratic Ex. Committee
Board of Health.
At a meeting of Council on Tues
the following Board of Health
lected: Town at large, Jas. K. Gili
Ward 1, E. M. Evans and B. H. Cl
Ward 2, W. G. Houseal and R.
tith; Ward 3, R. T. Caldwell an<
. Wright; Ward 4, L. W. Floyd
C'. Q. Boozer.
A HeaJthy Growth.
Acker's Blood Elixir has gaini
ir hold on the American people
s acknowledged to be superior t(
)ther preparations. It is a positive
or all Blood and Skin Diseases.
nedical fraternity indorse and prese
t. Guaranteed and sold by Bete
.Iouseal & Kibler,
Caution to Mothers.
Fvery mother is cautioned agal
,iving her child laudanum orpareg
t creates an unnatural craving
timulants which kills the mind or
hild. Acker's Baby Soother
pecially prepared to benefit child
tnd cure their pains. It is harm
tnd contains no Opium or Morphi
sold by Belcher, Houseal & Kibler,
nnual Exercismes of the Columbia Fen
The annual comimenicemnent of
iotumibia Female college will bei
'ro Sunday, June 15, through I'
lay, June 17. The following is
>rogramnme of the exercises:
Comnmencement sermon by Rev.
W. Daniel, Chester, S. C., in Washi
on Street church, June 15, 11 a. mi.
Anniversary of College M1ission
society and ani address i.y Rev. R.
Wells, D1. D., Charleston, S. C.,
Washington Street church, June
Anniversary of literary societies in
ollege chapel, Monday, June 16,
Literary address by Hon. Charles
Dantzler, Orangeburg, S. C., in
~olete chapel, Tuesday, Junie 17, 1
n., and the conferring of degree
The annual reception will be held
ruesday, .June 1i-hours fromi 8.;3
'The grad uatin4g class is compose
sixteen young ladies, ais follows:
Miss Alice Bowers, Prosperity, S.
Miss Belle Cannon, Utopia, S. C.
Miss Olla Collins, Conway, S. C.
Miss Katie Belle Clark, Greenv
M iss Sue Davis, Manning, S. C.
Miss Emma Dukes, Rowesville, S
Miss Ethel Epps, Kingstree, S. (
Miss Marie Lee, Pinieville, N. C.
M iss Addie McFaddin, Oakland, 6
Miss Agnes Melton, Marhow, S. C
Miss Maggie Melton, Chester, S.
Miss Kittie Moss, St. Matthew's
M iss Bessie Rice, Bell's, S. C.
Miss Nora Rogers, Parnassus, S.
The Verdict UJnanimous
W. D. Suit, Druggist. Dippus. Ind., testi
'I ani rlcommend,i( Electric Bitters as
ery best remedy. Every bottle sold
given relief in every ease. One man tool
bottles, and was cured of Rheumiatisnm
rears' standing." A braham Hare, drug
Benvilne, Ohio, afirms: -The best se
nedicine I have ever lhandled in my 20 y
experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousan
thes haive added their testimony. so
ten verdict is unanimons that Electric Bi
.lo cure all diseases ot the Liver, Kjidne:
Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at Rto
on &: G;iidecr's. 7-21.
Pimp)les, blotches, scaly skin,
spots, sores and ulcers, abscesses
tumors, unhealthy discharges, sue!
ratarrh, eczema, ringworm, and o1
forms of skin dliseases, are sympjton
blood impurity. Tak Dr. .J. H.
Dizzi ness, natusea, d rowsi ness, d is,
after eating, can be cured and
vented by taking Dr. .1. H. Mce
Lver and Kidiiey P'ille ts Ulittle 1
Spvetacles and Eye Glasses
kimk and price.s at JIohn F. Sp eel
P'os'T OFFieE. NEWnER;RY, 5
List of letters unelaimoed anid adver
Jue 10, l18%.
Curtis, ,Janmes E-. l ina:rd. Warhiing1
Collins, Alfumod M itebiel. M lss (1:1
Cohill C Co. Mes rs. .\eSud ley, w illi
Davis, Joh n, 5. Rook. "I1ts (ha r
Dixon. Mrs. itachel Samiel, 4 att
Davs,usanma Sterling. .J. T'.
Jones, Miss Mr w hitmn, t .eorg;
Persons calling for thle above letters
please say that t bey wer aid vertis.ed.
I' L oonal.u P.
This powder never varies. A mnarv
purity, strength amnd wholesomeness.
economnica'l than the ordi nary kinds a
niot be so,ld in comfpetitioni withi the rr
tude low test. short weifht alumi or phosj
powder. Sold onity ini cans. ROYAL
-WE ARE BOUN
And if l'rce and Quality
For CASH Only-3
In new and desirable Sprimg Goods o
from the cheapest to the finest.
We will otter for the NEXT TIl
ury r(0ds, S
We will sell 13.1 yds. Fr
2,000 yds. Standard La
,.500 " Best Prints irt
1,50( "1 Fine Satine 1
,00 Best French
5,000 " White Check
In Plain White at the
One case of 2,56I yds. Best Dre
Our entire stock of Fine Dress I
Great value in these g<
Immense value in Women's, Miss(
Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs. 1(
Cuffs at 19c. 25 Doz. Ladies' Under
Dry Goods Stock at 25 per cent. disc<
OUR SHOE D
We Will sell 120 Pr. Men's
"t" " 120 " Wom4
" '' "t 96 " "
"t " " 96 " "
it 4 It 72 tt' i
1. And all grades of Ladies' Misses i
1- 72 Pr. Men's La<
>r - 60 " "
60 "' "'~
69 "t " u
All worth 75c. to $1.00 a
r. Genuine Han
OUR STOCK (
In Nobby Styles is complete, at ver;
Window, all this Spring
d worth d<
- Gents' Fur,
Such as White Dress Shirts, in all
Shirts- -for Quality an
The Finest Line of Neck Wear in
Not having the space to enunerat
have to ask you for an inspection an
>f Come soon or send your order. Tht
e ance of same. We are yoi
658 Main Street,
-UNDER HOTEL JEROME.
f. Gen. Grcen is about conquered. H:
vesting is over and the crop is ve
d poor-especially the wheat. Some '
make but little more than the seed.
The crops of corn and cotton are 1o<
Sing fine. C'orn is being laid by. It
prearng o assl.Itis common
see from 4 to 6 shapes to the stalk
d Mr. Senn Cotenny, of Edgefield, spe
r- Saturday and Sunday in this comm
e Saluda Alliance, No. 795, will m<
d next Saturday, the 14th, at 2 o'clo
p. mn., to elect officers far another ye:
a Saluda Democratic Club will meet a
'p. mn. to elect delegates to the coun
convention wvhich meets at Newber
e the 2Sth of the month. It is imports
that every member should.be presen
Mr. Editor, we. admired your pit
last week headed "Listen!" We]
tened! And while the position y
took was a correct one we did not ag1
0with all of your views. Had you a
eyour brother editors taken this positi
long ago there would not be such w
enthusiasm to-day. When you critic
Tillman you grind the farmers of ti
county and State, for he is their star
'f ard bearer, and they propose to stickA
r- him through thick and thin. A
when the editors declare that be is i
fit for Governor, they just say that I
.farmers are not capable of selectin
r. suitable man for that office. Of cou
st they do not say so in plain langua
t- ibut it means it all the same, for ~
selected Mr. Tillman for Govern
Did not the farmers do it? Had 2
Tillmnan announced himself as a can
date we would not have said a wor<
>a the press of the State had criticised hi
to You also say that we should put o
a selves in a position to accept defe
r- We farmers do not have to get ther
a- we have always been in that px>sit
2 and are used to nothing else. But
do(1 not propose to be defeated this tit
e0 We mean to do the defeating now,i
if we are defeated we will stand by
-IDen>cratic party-let the nomninet
whom he may. Respectfully,
J. W. P. E
IProsperity, S. C., June 9, '9.
leI Am Not Mad
While D)ouglass.Jerrold, the auti
wa ~':s ill, he~ wassenit a copy of Browni
He read awhile, then handed the ha
to his wife and asked her to readl.
dlid so) and~ adlmittedl that it was equ:
incompjrehensile to her. "Thank B
ven.~J,"~ said .Jerr'old, I theni am no)t ma
*st, IThis wals rough on Browning, hut
a of this section would have found Jerr
as at fault on one score, though know
r- of the many medicinal virtue.s of
tree, he should at the critical time:
to have a bottle of Dr. Wlestmorelan
C'alisnya Tonic at his side. All wi
should see tnat thuis wonderful rem<i
sintheir homes always. (Chro
headache, want of appetite, nerv<
exha~ustion, general debility, tor
liv er, blood, dlerangemient of the ls
nel11vs and mialarial poisoning tind
e abolute rem,edy' in the Tonie. It is
t ale byv All Druggists.
(Confirmn our statement i~en we
that Acker's English R'emedy is
every w: y3 su periar to anty andic all ot
peaaions for t he Throat en1d Lur
In Whopiniig Cough and Croup
Amagic and relieves at o)nce. We o1
vou a sample~i bottle free. Rtemremu
5his Jizmedy is sold on a posit
guarantee at Belcher, Housea.l & E
I ler's D)rug Store.
I) TO SELL GOOD-S
Nill do it they are hound to go.
o Goods Charged Dur
sale at the
f the latest styles and patterns in all grades
IRTY I)AYS unparalleled bargains in
hes and Hats.
ATING A MOVE-o
nit of the Loom ffr $1.00
od Bleaching " 1.00
diuiii " " . J
hirtiug " 1.00
". ". 1.0Jt0
r.dard Prints 1.00
041 " " 1.04)
wn (, 5c. worth 11).
dark cotton (J 5c. worth SI.
2c. worth 16J.
atine 25e. worth 35.
d Lawns from Sc. to 25.
s Gingham @ Sc. worth 10 and 121.
'oods at 25 per cent. off.
ods. We defy competition.
s' and Children's. Hose, Corsets, Gloves,
)0 Doz. Men's Collars. 4 Ply Linen, at 10e.
vests 10c. And all goods pertaining to a
Whole Stock Brogans T '.5.
n's." " Polken " .65e.
Button Shoes 98c.
Laced " 9Sc.
Fine Button $1.1.5
Ld Children's Shoes at very low prices.
ed and Congress ? $1.25
" " . 1.5t)
". ". ". 1.75
" ". " 2.0)0
pair more than price quoted.
-Sewed Shoes $3.00
)F STRAW HATS
y low prices. 500 Straw Hats thrown in
styles and nobby shapes, at 51e.
uble the price.
styles, Night Shirts, Undershirts, Flannel
I Price we are Headquarters.
the City from lOc. to $1.00- Fine Goods.
all the Bargains and the Goods, we will
i to see all that we offer in this speeial sale.
.king you for past favors, with continu
IFaults of digestion cause disorders of
the liver, and the whole system be
rcomes deranged. Dr. J. H. McLean's
ry Sarsaparilla perfects the process of di
ill gestion and assimilation, and thus
makes pure blood.
. Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
isThe Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
to Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever .Sores, Tet
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
Sall Skin Ernptions. and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
n,Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Itobert.
son & Gilder.
Save money by buying goods at New
~et Y'ork cost prices, of J. D. Pickard, Co
ek lumubia, S. C. tf
; Notice Final Discharge.
ty OTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN
rttwe will apply to the Probate
nt -Court for Newberry County for a final
discharge as Administrators of the
'Eestate of Thomas B. Chalmers, on
ce Monday, '7th day of July at 10 o'clock
is in the forenoon.
WILLIAM A. CHALMERS,
oEBENEZER L. CHALMERS,
" GEO. S. MOWER,
se ATTOBEKY AT LAW,
d- WILL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS.
to NEWBERRY, S. C.
nd giOffice in P. 0. Building a.t
hFIRE, CYCLONES AND
infV'~ orm the public that we are p)re
e, pared to insure property against loss by
ho F ire, Cyclones and Tornadoes.
Your patronage is solicited.
'r BURTON & WILSON, Agente.
r- Newberry, S. C.
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT
DR. KIN C'S
Tefollowing Is an extract from a letter writ
-ten by the world Renowned Evangelist:
we -I returned from Tyler. Texas. on the 12th
r>ld n"st.e fuir"domy wif as been 'taking Royal
l oig her physical stem. hedacheownathosh chee
hhas been a MA RT"iR for twenty vears. sureil
'al itha. done wonders for her. I H ES
eC Re.J.B Hawthorne, Pastor First Baptist
r hurch. A tlanta. Ga., was cured of a long stand
yin- case of Catarrh. ils wife had been an in
fic :aSid from nervou hadache, neuralgiaad
)us having a day's exemption from pain. After
3id taking Royal Germetuer two months.,he writes:
id- w. rea comp"ee trasorain Ihae ever
an DISAPPEARED. She ap)pearsi to be twenty years
for Sal h Wed hav ersu emany u
friends to take the medicine, and the testimony
of all of them Is that it is a great remedy."
Dr. King'~s Royal G.ermetuer Is a boon to
women. It builds up thbe strength. increases the
appetite, aids digestion, relieves them of the
caus of disae .and insure health. Nu
ass hlsand Fevers. Catscph, sait Bloo
ic andSoi Dseas.Fmale Trubls etc
- !.teprice has been reduced from $2.50to
15 is 1.50 per concentrated bottle, which maa:es one
-e gallon of medicine as per directions acompa
Trining each bottle. For safe th.- -
er, AT.ANTiC SERMETU ER ~.Atlaia, a.
yve and by Druggists. If your Druggist can not