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Local and Special.
rapt. r. R. Whites will receipt forsubserip
tiois and take new ones :t. Prosper y.
Mr. T. .1. \w'iion is authorized to do the
camne at Ridge Road.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two weeks, second and fourti
suaday , at II a. in. Stniday-slcool it a. im.
w\ . . ."JLi.i I . 'astc,r.
inice ope . ........- - .1 a n
Closes--oue-half hour befoie the arrival 0
trai ns per schedule, viz:
For Colurnmbia.................. ...-- .--- ::
For Greenville aLd the west............ 1 I p ii
For 'olunbia.........................2 37 p i
For Iaureiis.................. 4 45 > II
i)ice will remain openi until........... 5 3 p in
Open.......... .........................--------....-.- (A 1, in
... )............................... i : "j p I II
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon had cotton
blooms en June l:;th-the first we hav<
seen this season.
All mentbers of club No. 1, Town
ship No. 1, are requested to rmeet at
the Court House on Thursday, Jue
19, at 6 p. ni. for the purpose of reor
gani.ing for the campaign.
C. B. BUIST, Secretary.
We have a choice line of Tobaccos.
Mcintosh & Todd. tf
On last Friday afternoon at about I
o'clock the alarm of fire was sounded
The tire was in the upstairs of the bar
room of 1. \V. Fant. The fire depart
ment got there in a short time and did
some valiant work. It was only about
twenty minutes from the time the
alarm was given before they had the
lire under control. This store is in the
heart of the city but the fire was mal
aged and only the upstairs of the build
ing was burned. Some damage was
done to Wright's book store by water
and Dr. Pelhami suffered slightly in
moving his goods, but all was covered
by insurance and the next morning
busiaess wat going on as usual. The
store belongs to Mr. John Wheeler anti
his loss is about $S0g) covered by it
surance. He will at once have the
damage repaired. The contract has
been let to Mr. C. C. Davis.
The Cadets to Encamp at Newberry.
Gen. Johnson Hagood, the chairman
of the Board of Visitors of the citadel
Academy, has informed Col. R. L.
McCaughrin that they have decided
upon Newberry as the place for the
summer encampment of the Citadel
The Board of Trustees of Newberry
College has tendered the college cam
pus for the use of cadets during the ei
Mayor (oggans, in behalf of the
town, has also extended an invitation
to the authorities.
Newberry will be delighted to have
the soldier boys with us, and every
thing will be done to make their stay a
The college campus will make a very
nice place for the encamnplent. The
encanpmnelt will begin on July 1 and
last to July 15.
Something New Under the Sun,.
The Liqjuid Freezer is no0w on exhi
bition at Sam Jones'. The ladies are
especially invited to call and examine
this Novelty Freezer. Freezing is in
stantanteous. Come one and all and see
somlethinlg you have never seen be
Crab Apple Blossoms is all the rage.
We have added this tinle odor to our
list of Fine Perfumes. Try it. You
will be pleased.
BELCHER, HOE-SEAL & KInLEIt.
On next Mfonday mlornling thle Insti
tute will begin.
Prof. Mforrison and Miss Bonham will
be here ready to engage in the work.
Thme work this year will differ some
what from that of last year, and will be
not only theoretical but practical at
TIea1chers multst by all mieans attend,
for should they stay away the golden~
opportunity maly be lost.
Trustees shotultd comle also, so) thlat
they too may learn how school work~
shoumld be carried onl.
Thlere will I.e exercises at the acade.
my every day lasting not less thmat>
On1 Tulesday miughit Prof. Morrisori
will lecture on1 someI subject, pe~rha:ps
On T1.hursday nighlt D)rs. Hiollanld ani
Cozby wvill speak O o educaItionall sub
On Friday it is probable that Col
Rice will be here.
I hope that every one who favor:
-comm<l n education-the edlucatiotn 0
the mnarses-will attend the Institute
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
D)uring the next two weeks I wil
miake a special reduction on Pictures
Those wishing to ornament their par
lors, drawing roomis, &c., will find it ti
their adlvantage to call on 1me durinb
that timle. Yours,
tf( Z. F. WRIG IIT.
Winthrop Training School.
The competitive examination oIf ap~
plicanlts for the W\inthrop) Trainin;~
School Scholarship will he hel inl thi
School Comimissiomner's office at New
berry, on Wednesday. July 2.
The successful applicanlt will receir
the State A ppointmlent, e<iuivalenit t<
$150.0iJ for one session of nint- lmonlthl
Iproivided' thew exoin iationl is satisfac
'he e~xallInatioil will be sullil;r t'
tt u-ualiy Xilven to appllicanltS fo
Ptite t>tahwihu urhre
As full 1intfortmationl ha, already a I
peared inm ft counlty palpers, it is tin
nIeC-sary to'Pi pulish it agaim.
The're is 1more(~: at arrhl in th iis seecti'
of the~ c-ountry 1ha:n all oither diseae
put together, andi' unltil the* last fi
y,ear. was~ sulpposed tuo Ib inlelO ura
For a reat mianyV years do(ctoirs pre
-acribed- locatl remei-,, andIi by 1(or
stanltly failine. to enre4 wimth locail Ire::t
nial dien-:-, and24 1 here.fire, r*i*,Iri
*:'?:arrht tur', mani,u,faituredi byx I-..
It is tak'rn inteurna:lly 'i < iis frir ui
dlurs ton t I\-p infi. It 1:it! Ii, ,*
Iolr for I ny \l;\ i ai.l,,uli to en
L*2 4411 th-11 -t.d fe.ingtk.l
.1. [. .\'.-I a'-z ..rsapai rilla: it wi
muake v- h it, ne-ti v' andi vi:gor ia
TIE P'RIDE OF Ni Tfri:P.
Commtnencemncnt at Newherry- Collee
t-att of Learnirng amid )rator' -A
Ns werr .iege is the Ilr,:
eitV A deep interest has ice11 2nr
fested in the institutio'n from thi- -ion
" of its removal to Newherry front W:,
bal!a in I S77 to the prest'nt. Our ic',lp
showed their appreciation of it ti n
w hen they 'ubscribedl arl p:u<ir
lv Iof thir means to iert the hiuid
soie Ibtilding whic: now 'ovru
the ctyih. This interest has inl r's;
from that '.iie to the present. and
piossible it seemlis to grow as i it t ia
Many y toung men frol our ow: i
town are numbered amonwg its aIlui:i:,i
and niany miore have received ii strut
tion withini its walls.
These annual commencement exer
eises are always enjoyed, and are it
tended by all our people. Ii fact wlhi
the institution is under t ie ininediatc
control of the Luthe.laan Synod of Soutl
Carolina, So far as the instruction goes
it is not a sectarian college, Ibut is it
fact Newberry College.
Her professors are learned an(:
scholarly gentlernen, and the influene(
of such Anl inlstitutionl in our Inidsi
cannot well be over-estitmtted. It i
right and proper that we shiould :ppre
cinte and properly value su'h cent res o:
intiuence for the good and up-liftinm
and enlightelnent of the y uthis of o
1d.The anniual l'ontinenlcemlent began
on Sunday. Large numibers of 11iokl,
from tow i and the adjacent coutntrly,
and froml all parts of the State, alwayv
attend these annual feasts of learning,
and the present commencement is io
The past session of the college h,
been an eminently su-eessfUl one. One
hundred and twenty-seven naies havi
been enrolled, and the average attend
anee has been upwards of one hundred
during the entire college year.
Not only this, but the Lutheran
Church in So'ith Carolina appreciating
the value of tie college and the good
work it is doiriv for the ('hureb ha,
contributed inoney for the ection ot
houses on the college calipls for the
professors. One of these is now nearly
completed at a cost of 2,.01: and t we
more will be erected during the clumii n,
suimmer at a cost of $,~J00 each. This
need has long been felt. These houses
will also add very much to the appear
anee of the beautiful campus.
The graduating class this year num
bers six young imen.
The alumni roll now has about one
hundred names. and in most eases the
young men who have gone out from
her walls have been and are men o1
influence in their respective coninuli
ties for good.
1AccA LA t:1t'TE: sE:RMoN.
The an nual sermon to the gradulating
class on Sunday morning was delivered
by the Rev. L. A. Fox, 1) D., of Salem,
Va., from the the text: "Verily, verily,
I say unto you except a coru of wheat
fall into the ground and die, it abideth
alone; but if it die it bri:getih forth
much fruit."1-John xii: -4.
The speaker spoke of the perfect
character of Christ and of the impor
tance to the world of his crueiixiion
and death. Christ offered hiimsif as
the perfect exemplar. His eharacter
was perfect. He was the universa!
man. He fultilled every condition. As
a reformer he did not strike at individ
ual vices. His whole life was one of
self-surrender to the work He came t<
perform, and such a surrender ennoble.
and enriches. As we stand before hi:
sepulchre his life seems a failure. H i:
enemies sat upon the stone of the
sepulchre in ti iumiph. Disappoin tin a
as this was to the world it was no dis
appointment to 1him1. The biblical
p)oint ini his mIisaion was his crucifixion
death, and resurrection. When the
time came for him to meet death he
met it bravely. H-is life had a two
fold bearing. The influence upon the
divine governmient awlt uponh nian':
motives. The holy infinite and the
sinful infinite had to be brought to
gether. He bridged the chasmi between
the two. Human sacrifices that had
app)eared in so miany Places and so
many ways had proved unavaiiing.
Christ died that he might ofler hiimsel
a sacrifice for sin. His death gave
efficiency to his life. Without hiis (leath
his teachings were meire philosophy,
anid his miracle's pirodigies. .H-is deatib
acconiplished all and brought back an
We should imitate hiimi in a comipleti
surrender of ourselves to ou r work.
He felt that lie haid a idiviine work, and
at thle end said: "I ha ve hllnished th<i
work thou gayest nie to doi." T1ht
preacher said that every life, to lie sue
cessful, niust. feel that it is called to
special work. No 11an1 caii sticceed cx
cepit where God liuts hiimi. ('1)d di<
not speak the w'.orld inito) existenlce ar
then turn it loose, Hie would lie tes
than ominriseint ofl lie perimitted us t<
creep inltoi existence.
(Chirist helt the mi agn it ude of hiis worn
and devoted all of his energies to it
HI-s was ind(eed a great work, yet i
spent twenty years of his life as a cat
penter. No miatter what our work is
Iowever 11 hule- it is worthiy of 0u
best efforts. The speaker thben spok<
of the forgetfulness ohf self that ehuarae
ternied thle whiole oif thle life andl wi
of Chlrist. All great muen die to tin
Soirld wh len they enter piropherly upo"
their work. If you wtouild lie greia
donii't lie seekinig greatness, but sin1
y ouirself ini y:tur work. D>o the wvorl
that is ait hand, even smnall tings, an
they~ will oplen tup greater thinigs. Uz
seltishuness is thLe secret to loyalty,t
headersi. Ki ngdonis fionded tupoi
farce soonl pass away. C hirist foitrnle<
his kingdom upoin luive arni it lasts.
Men will follow thiise who seek nio
themnselvyes hut a cause. The mnan wh<
sets himself tup in the' town, the con
mounity, or t he syniod as a leaider, de
serves andi stohl r eelive tiiireserved
-Not environrnient but ebaracter, no
weailthI anid glory :and fame, liut useful
ness shiouhld he sought. The mani wh
woubId hea a great eaau-e or biing ab)ou
a great riforrniation shiouild nit seec
his iiwn glory aindi sli'hi inlis lbut sin1
himnsielf hi-neathI thle piip~hles fi
wIhih lhe is tl ihtig, iotherwie hie wi
b le redce'd to failure. lhe hpreaibe
advised his hiearirs to ibe lhis~tlike.
'The siirniom wvas ai -uperb Iionie ani
wa:s biml o If e-at trut hi- p1tlal arn
portan't . les-'ons mayi' b e learned' hrm nil
wa j ueil choir comoiii ed o the e.3
celli-n. mihii'ai'l hali't iif N.ewb err'
I hei 'rg:mni.
wtas <ieir-id by i: h ti-r. Prof. .1. Wn
1liii m,;if tihi soiuth' Caoleinaii Univei
-ani'd milnc wasut t reit th : bes tpeaii
who'' gie andl tih's- who receive t hiern,
andl t ha:t frimi ti s:,.enienie lie desire
toi dr: w s'irme le-ssonms takenm- friimi th
I i- uaii all life was foll iif metanling an
raystry.r l-'irst lie said, af:er re-viev
ton whiebl caine to hiimi wer'e enitir-l
on' xpI' ted on his lart. That is tru
<.1 all iiuices-fuil mcii1. The roan who
alway' e' xpecting~ s''nething is oi
It ay pu liit Ii rst iin the icpopuilar favi
Ther Ii no moreiii'' 0(11 rurimark of gre-a
* ,i--, ih:-ii that whihl permits evenj
bov to retceive favors withinut s; ilin
.b..,.ep liokedI not at th~e sit' of jh
iutihbut at the stur'' of teconj
in url. IK.very' nan woi views lii!P :il
.a -h'is pirtion wh 'Vile unex ui.e
Id byI hii. did nio! sy- i! hi:
hiJruanhod or is tiisiicharnieter
fiecte( iro e rt,e or tme iily r the
1Ir)e ma rt iI . ihe i,t ::nll- whi . r
d .i. the t: ! dutI. r, Sf lit Fr
i aring the b r Of :n !t ri re Il.
7T'.e strai i o h:tracter i greater
whe tl n I the th)rt)nl of pri' [>1)ty(
Ih: wil, l -i rD tb ile t lt l,,iieslity o
I t is a 'greatt blet"-1ing that '.40nw4 lit 1
art" keti'tt 1 athIorit--a M -inh to
the nien therutlselyve.
There is no0 .uChl tInh;i',
1 lin cbaraciteir. lio there it :t!' ht itn !' ledI .
it ia growth. Thei <:ar1ter 0 1 )iu-t he
ithere, or if prt.l it) n are tbir- ui )ar
"Ot;. t ,u wii\ fl l,l tnd yourelf unreatiy".
Thle sti :k"'r said we should btrw( :re tof"
me ho i weernwant Mr.in theV
Ioitulatr favor, id se k tru e u ten.
1 The mtlani e n iule who lI 'ane'd to
(obeV:a;;d be i' worthy oIf a1 ert,wn: whol
hai l'red t(e sertvie. Telt ires C
(upedtl one o i nttt its delivery, :iiid
while there was sonc Iepletitaii, as i
'," rlly1\ tht' case. with thlose wh-1o
ipeak without woritiSg, yet it sp:.tkled
with tuay gelni of truth wker a
.it'N l) " t I' : iTEs IN 0lt1T1ony)'I.
Otiln t4)lna evening was bel the
.luntir tetth in ll ora tory. This is one
of thei t tlt in tere st i f it w(hole t. (' at
the duty of every mtleiiiber of t h(e J uniior
class to enter the arent l and contend
ffor the prize. The cla-s this year
nuberS six, atl tiet speeceil ilin
tt"!\ we-re all1 gotod. Th'le ni!edal is thlt
:i't of i'essrS. . Lr. atZIIn1ei't and
Y. J. Pope. Tihe conuittee to awa'd
the prize eonsited of ies. -l (l . Iltli
land, L. A. Fox, J1. W.' Wilson, antl
('. . Itisd, s., and lionl. Get. S.
The first speaker was \Ir'. V. Y.
Boozer, of Prosperity. His SubIject
was " cuiversal -:ducation." Iiis -as
a i stroia plea for the education of the
miasses as the strngest bulwdark this
'ot)untry Could elect aor the safety itl
perpetuationl of I;epubliecan itlstittl
t)is. I1'. Boozer is a goodi speaktrI
and hids fair to become an ontor.
Ir. U. H. Duncan, of Newberry,
next spoke, taking as his theie ".ltiii
Belton O'Neall." I-le paid at beautiful
tributet tehis \'otl by son of Newther
ry. He Spoke of his sympathy o.r the
VOun r and his devotion to his State
:Ide iis deep interest in her welfare
ana thought there should be crected to
his 11niemry at mOnillenlt inl keeping
with the greatness of the n11:an1. iI 1r.
uncan speaks distinctly and clearly'.
Mir. C. A. Feller,, of Newberry,
ispoke of the t"hriumps of the Age,
in a well prepared and a w\ela dlelivered
speeh. was isa an Agre pule ty x
aecievements inl every departnlent of
ame-in science and art-and every
h i ag t shat makes a nation great. There
are still before us pOSSibIt still greater
things. His speech was well received.
\r'. A e. .Foge, Of wrhadngesurg,
itol of "Connon Sense,"' anl that ofi
all t reonderful faculties Of the Mnind,
ioie as of greater importance thani
that called judgmlent, or in phaiin lan
buase COumn eS.il . Hd, too, 1haelda
atgord spbech and spo'Ke it the.
\ir. [I. E. I,of w >ranaswld lr:.
I Spoke of "The S,Outh H ie thiolht
the greatest protle the Soutt had to
solve was (' that ind ieer before
been Iasented to any people and that
fw'a' thle lieer eit' of two aces
'le great need way nOre capital ant
less legislation. He is a gracefui
speaker ad preset Ii.nted Views in
clcar and forcible style.
\1'r. A. W. Shealy, of Newt'rry
County, closed the speaking. l is
subject WaS "Political ('orru ption."
Hea'thaout the 'tieiti had tolie lay.en
fil twastit necsr fo te h pte opleI to ex-hi
there i waus ismethingt won.1 be aid e
eve wourt judges airi ret iave usp
icn Hiel wthouh otatinin hadlie
tiae for earth. Themanwovtest nomtti
it in aspiatio. Het tigciin
are propoe ad torec shl reelected;
I h ine ohoe raisl rtergh the
bhres.cThe ple e ld ot neued
asrab thi oe deage ooitak theior
In fct~i lreon spere did awelo.
T-hlle dii'etted toawr the przeso
teidd intt o faor of Mr.)Fe'ers,nid
ReR.. thoughlande inn aproritiae
peechiadu thsnatioiileitnc ofThe
noN.it were colti.(-:' fo . seve-: ty
O n Tedalsmofn teiaddrons hnd
fothe 'iterar soctietiesl o f the dsIfcollege
of Oranebug Hn'le fna intducedby
Hesai our ctook i ore tanedl the
extending te to iao the oeal (pubie
man, beore or manine puble (lafe, thatoth
did ot expeot a prel it errys anen
t'kabftt touht qetontegs of theIl
fiel 'hat oiie atter ofed ti clask ttn
te5ti Iie fply nliierary sintiflie
discuOs io, his iiil-ort uea faoure
It wolar him uret rlase nito
oick Ind reviw classii and r' ciet
tie1 fieswt h ougmnhdh
time ('(il pe ahsgretet' injoyment Ist
floud i spiratn ('asndi anicitn
He proosed ltitod dire'ctlis emaredi
tlin Otthf lt'henptical rad'thit ichas the
theoretic 'alhuied ist of beonaseduence
tat ti hem-who areartsoon tof tike rigeir
p" 0hie. to tiferentpaphereslofxactionlte
shil bifte direwte tohte phsties ofnl
ourO s1tohi andPlt polii systemH hc
are now11. devloping and agltrel(I gvngtone
He 1!)'thought wel werestt int eritcl
II t,1Ftisperooforntoakl eis tence Thel
issue to-aae pesinsromenl thuea t'osetI\
wiz c onere contitlned forsevellnty
years in thu e hillsi'of legisltion,' iind
thend wers ni deided on then tfied of cIon
iple'Nso ,an thery hrean to trevoluhon
SIize ourii cnrculatonrei thn alltei
amenlihdnet Ito he Feerl onstitu
i(tiont beforea ine Iithe't daysI' 'f reon
sruction cThrinkg en t Oleveryn part
the o'rnie n agiits Ieraious, an
catli reflvtogtt h in oe-aiexttedfr le
udv tmes a ona 4at' oneul thass of
ingher glor,ttios i the situath lton. tt
t-IAnt ovrnent bygi netiaiinied'e ma
joritie i(h governmen by iiZi t fo as'
and thei sacice of tuiiXty':by voalte
ii' Its cotrnee aslghe is It'hat by
in lt. thf arm )k. No' thes inayl locait
r - or. n eiibohood n'lorsLI a41 clas it' Ieatee
righttol 'ean'dw to the psed for1
oIlI othrs waoe bull,n exaiuct protee-t
- ahenever theymare ci'nre rIlaed a
stora* 1 cottton, :.;rai, and tobacco.
I! w i, i I-*l tppa! to faVor"
b: rI'tr',n- r'i - i ' f. i it i n : t he.ir l
1: btot , t h e 1!:tr'i a tdt iil' etiaI
, i tetl " l,t'-,c it tu' w hio are intIested o
in: rie lue. I tatsa mII ur'e whiih il
b,rings ruin arnd disaster in its tratin.
It i in vi,latii tfall c rreit princtiles
of -t inlat io, of'iance :,: of b in ess.
It bears in its :ti t intrinisie evidenicet
that it. autttho,r h tad never studied e"itler I
(:m- F1 era i" t 'ot, it ution:, or rt'alized
the t ii:tr ,litical ituatioll of our
~ettin trf the 1L'iin. .\; Itim r uted
inothe l,tt'ou.it rtb: jtiltr Oth_ess itl
inIl tfte w al uS il n i certain rounties
to S:1r1,i gturain, tt on Irtta :ust l tobatco.
alltough the"k , I.n-tnntI t ini t Iose
tountit" has not ty felt ableI tO buile
l :,stolliee butildin rs for gi'vernnieit
t : a er tf warehlu t, att l th e Fed
er-al ('-mittti tin e'xpres!y dieclares
that all United states ollicers shlall be
alointed by the P'residenlt, or head of
tlpartuii-nt', ts r t' being Vot provision
ior the ellectii of nly tieer of the
U'nited ts,except til the esidut ain
'tic-Pre-ident, sime iT'Snattrd ea
ltlbers Otf 'tt we. r 's; are not tlliers of
th'e Ited ates. IS h- t in~ saeur
of IL tsaved from a Fedel eletion lwt foror
111:m1:g'rs (f w1are'houtse, by hiavinh
latisuit olleials, athep int Wh0i theyt
pt-ase. Iran.y tie of werie wire :n
tol isll thed by the"wan-hluie-, it w n!d
bttiielit thto t" who.-,)ld their et,ttpn, at
the txlei: of th.e wiho ar e hu td
it, ad in the end wou'.d iesult in the
lIltnd!n t:otti:n speenlators ,getting et)n- t
Irol of the cotton il the warehoses,
and butlling adItibeartig the uarket at
their will. but I have not alluded tofte
the w tarehouse (t su' -treasrly scheIe
so ItL to expiose its finan!ial absurd
ity as to brin1 aother illtration of
the tendtency ofu ' Meo1,lt to be allured
iy Selfish mtt otiVe., towris class heis
latit in every shape :u orts foWhile
the sub-"treasutry sc"heine, if t"naated,
would hringr disaster upon the -iotton
phuanter, yet it is not uponi that ground
t,nly that it should be oppIo-ed by allf
good 'itizetls. I t is beaut it is le s
haiton ptriO sin 1 that It tw>eertllnent
sholtl do that. for a certain porton of
her citizens whitb"il - h. toe; ltt>t do f'or 5
any others, and wh'ib shl i not he
dune fo any at all, not einloning to t
the sphere ofgtverttlu,"nt1 at :111.
The speecil was weil received and
nios during enllr"essionlr itl the large
udience out to hear the dIdress. It
tolttainled Iilln solid t!iirut! s that e a
not he appreca'ted by a b rief synopsis.
AkLe t NI A 1,nIss.
The address efrte Assott ionti -,0
-irltitn wasi deliver:,i byv J.v. J1. E.
ily, of Lexint t oil'tunly, and a o
Iebier of tie class of on o1. t
TeSpeaker wCa. intod 1e by D)r.
W. (1. H touseal, leient of thI Aosso
Ite to that the I resent was a erisis
perio d in our htisti,ry atnd thought the i
reat nied of the age tia "anl inteii
gent mioratl m f(anht1od :1atng ourt dp"o
We are cn" (fn ted by e mistakable
evidenet's of a erisis in iur ;;overunlent.
How \; art' these threatenina evils to be
removed, is the qluestion for" us to coI n
si<h-"r. Th"lere is great need of true man
httos anle our lpeoliie. The speaker t
said that, a man larted, a true an,
mihit he made and reiterated through
out this 'at to-d'y.
There are itany who answer to the
namie, who are miel in stature and
years, but tlere is scareity of true men,
gret ekd ofl' th e ws tenor oarts
Mieneranelligewnc ond hebr ecatived
ofthe masses, tf saimp'lyr (If educaiItionl
ofrthe mind,) buttt of' the'malan re
lgiousI cnatiur'e t we 'IiLll'll.Tean unr
strite ecti onlg Xtis flaiteIolyi safeguardl
ot akatin.Terea insftyifi our
natin fromli r the lwich't treatie
our pele, exetinuivraleua
tion, espcialy th powert wi con-krs
trllolsi.nteblotbx o un
God,and wanltlatigin the firt pici-i
piof morals'ct. Telaeso n
elu o t and te-l oilice loft en
The addrs f.M. CB uI aerl was de
liverenhior be:St st, rcibl bnd
ears,ad ctWs wruVi'tt No ab.
strilat)of ilt' doree a itu t i i igiii
bITev.I(' anu loleetig 'f'the sc ia-'ti
et oieserts eret re-s:ete as folows:
W. . ousni PresidenN. Bt:tt' tur Kttih-ni
lie 5 V ice-Presidtnt J. nec ibdl, S eIl
retry '. . igh:'uuIt ITreasurer. t
next year an Rev. . J.utt. liiDiail
unin tuin thezt sunmlIir i teil jin- i
na, Ga.-presentation by Rev. S. T.
The degrees were then conferred on
the graduates by I)r. Holland in ap- C
propriate words. ii
The degree of Master of Arts was !
"onferred on Prof. A. S. Laird, he hav
Ig taken the course prescribed for the
)No honorary degrees were conferred
Announcements of the work of the
;ession were thei nade by )r. Hol
and, whicb ;howel it to have beeni
)risperous and ti" outlook for the
The next S.-ii wi Will bigin Otcober
'T'hus closed the ctimiiencemuent of
Many of the vi-itors :eft for their
blues vesterlav. of
Last inight :a 'reception was held at
Fancy 1)res. Drill.
At the close of the commencement t
laily exerci.es on Tuesday, the 17th,
in announcemilent was made that a
-Fancy I)rill'' would take place on the
,u1blic squarr at 5.: t'clowk that even- d
no, by tile Newherry Rifle Company. I.
"or sonie tiln e before the :rrivil of
hat hour, throngs of sight-seers began
.o range themselves at every desirable
tud available place facing oi the
quare. Men, womien and children of
vere there when the rattle of the
Iruii-major's sticks advertised the ap
)roach of the advancing hosts. In el
ancy costuies, fashioned in accord- nt
mtee with all of Worth's approved
tyles, and representing every color to
)e observed in the rainbow, the con- di
)any narched and double-quicked as
lythely as possible under the circum
tances. I'nder cominiand of their d.
oldierly Captain, S. J. McCaughrin,
lad in light blue, and Lieut. E. F. tl;
iser, in pink; First and Second Ser
;eants, in heliotrope; the squads were a
trranged in fours as follows: First four,
n white; second four, in green; third di
our, in yellow; fourth four, in dark
>lue; fifth four, in red; sixth four, in t
lack; and seventh four, in tan. A
iovel sight it was; and, though, it
erved to furnish an infinite amount of
tin and amusement, yet the crude I
ormu of nan and his awkwardness of re
novenient are such, that he can never at
ie made to equal the beauty and grace
- - ~- -- ef
Tens, spices, flavoring extracts, etc., o1
.re all sold cheap by McIntosh & Todd. re
This is what you ought to have, in fact, you 11
ust have it. to fully enjoy life Thousands
re searching for it daily, and mourning be- Ix
ause they find it not. Thoutands npon thou
ahs of dollars are spent annually by our
oeple in the hope that they may attain this
oon. Andl yet it may be had by all. We
uarantee that Electric Bitters, if used accord
ug to directions and the u-e persisted in, will
'ring you Good Digestion and oust the demon
)ysyepsia and install instead Eupepsy. We \1
.conimeml Electric Bitters for Dyspepsia
nl all diseases or Liver Stornach and Kid 3l
eys. Sold at .,c, and Sl.tim per bottle by
tObertson & Gilder, Druggists.
A Scrap of Paper Save. Her Life .
It wasjnst an ordirary scrap of wrapping
>aper, but it saved her life. She was in the
ast stages of eonsnmnptton, told by physicians
hat she was incurable and could live only j(
short time : she weighed less than seventy
)ounds. on a piece of wrapping paper she
ead Dr. King's New )iscoveuy snt get a
ample bottle ; it helped her, she bought.
large bottle, it helped her nore, bought L
nother and grew better fast, continued its
ise and is now sir.,ng. healthy, rosy, and ti
lnmp, weighing I Io pounds, For fuller par.
iculars send stamp to V. it. Cole, 1)ruggist
tort Smith. Trial Bottle of this wonderrul
)iscovery Free at ltobertson & Gilder's E
rug store. I
A Child Killed.
Another child killed by the use of t
piates given in the formi of Soothing
yrup. Why miothers give their child- .
-en such deadly poison is surprising -
v.henl they can relieve the child of its
eculiar trotubies by using Acker's
Baby Soother. It contains no Opium si
>r Morphine. Sold by Belcher, Houseal a<
We Can and 1Do.d
Guarantee Acker's Blood Elixir for it
.as been fully demonstrated to the peo
:le of this country that it is superior to r~
il ot her prep)aratio)ns for blood diseases.
[t is a posit ive cure for syphilitic poison
ng, Ulcers, ECrulptionis and Pimples. '
[t purities the whole system and f~
horoughly builds up the constitution
At Belchler, Hotuseal & Kibler's.
Entitled to the Best.
All are entitled to the best that their
noney will buy, every family should
ave, at once, a bottle of the best famn
il remedy, Syrup of Figs, to cleanse
the system when costive or~ bilious.
Forsale in 50ic and $1.0On bottles by all
Pimples oni the Face
Denote an impu)tre state of the bloodand
arle looked upon)h by maniy with stuspi
cion. Acker's Blootd Elixir will re
move all i mpurities and leave the comn
plexion smooth and clear. There is
nothing that will so thoroughly build
up the conistituition, pturify and
strengthen the whole system. Sold
and guaranteedi by Belcher, Houseal &
Is Life Worth Living?i
Not if you go through tihe world a
dyspeptic. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
are a p)ositive~ cure for tile worst forms]
of Dyspepsija, Indigestion, Flatulency
and Constipation. Guaranteed and
sold by Beicher, Hlouseal & Kibler.
$25,000) worth of School and Miscel
laneous Books, Stattionery and Fancy
Goods to be closed out at New York<
cost. Address J. D). Pickard, Colum
bia, S. C. t f
Just received a fresh lot of]
Glenn Sprinlgs Wter,~ whlich we
offer at the same price, b)y the
case, that is nsked at the Sp~rinlgs,
and we allow for tile emnpty bot
ROBERTSON & GUIDER,
if Corner Drug Store.
The Comning Season
Will no doubt be a line (ole for play
ing ball. (Go to tihe Book Store anld.
buy your Base lBall goods at tile lowest t
'fThis pow~de r r.evoer vacrie. .4 ruiarvel
puityi, ,.trem,i th ,ti:d wi1u>l 'somn,ii-. S1tre
ecoi,i,upal than~t the oirdiinary k im1.an tilt -
not b'e,aldi iz ntlmpetit wvith the nouli
tu e low tush short 'iriht luma ,rphpae
Ii, .' I..
VA1i1OUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Rev. I. Key:, pastor of Baptist
aurch at Williston, S. C., will preach
1 the Newberry Baptist church next
A hard shower of rain fell in New
rrrv on Tuesday afternoon.
We will publish next week the old
ilstitutlon of the Democratic party of
ewIherry (ounty. It was published
1 the Newberrv Herald in 187,, and
:ily a short timhe a.ro we found it in
:e ries of that papel.
The P>oard (f Trustees Of the New
"rry ('raded Schoois will hold ameet
ig this. Thursday, afternoon in the
lice of .J. F. J. Caldwell at 4.:) p. in.
The Clerk of Court has received the
ieeks for the pensioners for this coun
for this <uarter. The cheek this
mC is $11.I5.
Club No. :;, of Township 6 met on
Iturday aind elected the following
legates to IIe t'Ounty (on vention:
\l. SIhith, .1. W. Smith, IR. C. \Vork
an, J. W. Davis. J. Hf. I)orroh and
obert Atellin- i!n.
Wewould i lii if the secretaries
the vari;u1 l ) uinia: 1e clubs would
1d 1s the il:;ns of the delegates
eeted to the ounty ('oivention by
.J. Ii. Smith is anoiluniced a a can
date for outnity comilnissilner.
C. I. i,vd i. aIlnohio'ed as a can
daite f' .r TIr.ai rer.
(ol. .\. JI. Wheeler :nlm:oueed
is weeki as i r:liat. fo re-election
The town has been full of visitors
ring the week in attendance upon
We surrender most Of our space this
eek to the comlellncellent exercises.
eoies only unce a year atl the
aders of The Ilerald and News feel
I itl' erest in the college.
Capt. J no F. Speck, our popular and
licient jeweler, will in a few days
>en up a full line of jewelry. He will
main for the present at his same
The track of the C. N. & L. R. R.
as been laid within five miles of New
*rry. Very little grading remains to
(tone, and the cars will soon roll in.
Misses Caddie Keckley, Mamie and
attic Pope, Of Columbia, are visiting
iss Sallie Lane.
-Mrs. G. A. Moody has returnm.d
ne from a visit to relations in the
Gen. Y. J. Pope and Col. George
)lhnstone went up to Abbeville on
Rev. Dr. Hawkins, editor of the
utheran Visitor was in the city during
he week attending commencement.
Rev. S. T. Hallman, editor of Gospel
chloes and pastor of the First English
utheran church of Augusta is in the
Mr. M4. S. Epstin, of Columbia, is in
Mrs. Lucretia Bickley, of No. S Town.
tip, died on Sunday, 15th instaut,
ed about 65 years.
The wife of Mr. John Watkins, of
Chappells, died at her home on Tue
ay, l'7th inst.
Mrs. Harriet Simmons died at the
~sidence of her daughter, Mrs. Mc
eil, in Newberry, on Monday night,
th instant, aged 82 years. Thue body
as taken tol Greenwood on Tfuesday
Both the method and results when
syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
td refreshing to the taste, and acts
~ently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
[ver and Bowels, cleanses the sys.
em effectually, dispels colds, head.
tches and fevers and cures habitual
:onstipation. Syrup of Figs is the
)ly remedy of its kind ever pro.
luced, pleasing to the taste and ac
eptable to the stomach, prompt in
ts action and truly beneficial in its
ffects, prepared only from the most
2ealthy and agreeable substances, its
any excellent qualities commend it
a all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
d $1 bottles by all leading drug
~ists. Any reliable druggist whc
nay not have it on hand will pro
~ure it promptly for any one whc
vishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRAN(CISCO, C AL.
L.LUISVILL.E, KY. NEW YORK. N.Y.
\V. E. PEIiA M, AGFST,
Ni.:wm:a1xv, S. C.
Ranidall Pope, thle retired druggist <
)aisoni, Fia., says P. P. P. is the I e'
iterat i ve ill th ma iirket, andl he hr
ladle( d014ol all the salrsaiparilie
md14 blood m01 ed icinies tha ot were advei
l-etter, s.altrheum Il anId (ancr arie a
urredl hy P. P. P. Thte efleets of th~et
iseases~are lper ept ible af ter tIhe inr
>t tile (of P. P. P. was tused .
"C ca-'olat rene w- t he vigor of the i:
eect, and1( relieves un-nltal exaustim
endIleringi tihe blow (of thou mght moi
asy anid the reiIsonIing power more vit
rous, condn [ees to men[tattl clearneCss an:
rt ivity, freedom friom fatigue am
powe'r of einduranee.
It ha:s galined anl41 eniable r'eputaLtih
> tIle large ('ities of4 thle Sotth h:
hIaken a pofSition alt the1 very front oIf:a
tile eadling~x21 an d'.t p,ixr so'
GOODS TO lE CON
ON.AND AFTER 1
Will sell our entire Stock of Goods in t
Jerome, consisting of a choice stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
HATS AND GENTS' FURI
AT AND BELO
NO HUMBUG, WE MEA
To close out our fine stock of White Goods i
OUR DRESS C
SHEETINGS, TABLE I)AMAS:
And all goods in the DrN
AT NEW YORK
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Boys, I
and grades, in all sizes, t
AT NEW YORK
In all the lines comm
FINE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE
FANCY SHIRTS, FLANNEL SHI]
HALF HOSE, HANDKERCHI
CUFFS, NECK WEAR, ST.
ALL TO BE SOLD AT N E
FOR GREAT BAE
58 Main St., Under Hotel
Posr OFBICE, NEwBERR,S. C. B TheB
List of letters uclaimied and advertised te, h
June 17, 1890.- all esi
Adonis. Mirs Suesan GLInch, B L ives per
Bel.]WLindsey, 0 J (3) Pie per
Dobbins, W 5 spearman, Nancy son & U
Dawkins. Lig3 Wallace, W C
Gramny. T D Wilson, Usula
Gist. China WIlson. 3M C Sae
Jackson, Jnio C - .lohnstone, Jr, W C
Knight, Du:.ne Johnstone, J W york c
Persons calling for the above letters will i umbia
please say that they were averti'ed.mI
PEPPERMINT CORDIAL. Specta<
A pleasant and certain cure
for Diaribocea, Dysenteiy, Chol-Nt
era Morbus and all affections of Court f,
the Stomach and Bowels. Eestate
Prepared and sold at inthe
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S E
I Corner Drug Store. G
Spectacles and Eye Glasses of al
kinds a ud prices at John F. Specks. 1 i
No liniment is in better repute or Il
more widely known than Dr. J. H.
McLean's Volcanic Oil LIniment. It
is a wonderful remedy. _i___Of
Another Cure for Rlheumnatismn.
LAKE CrrY, FL.A- ET
P. P. P. Mn'fg Co., &arannah, Ga. Vi'
IGENTLE3MEN-I hrad Rheumatism for pared t
over six years, and last May was taken Fire, C
down and confined to my bed. My Youl
legs and feet were badly swollen and Bl
the color of a red apple, and I was in a
fearful condition. I heard of P. P. P. --
Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas
sium), and after seeing what the ini
gredients were-as the formrtla is on
the b>ottlc-I concluded to try it, and
after taking three small bottles was
able to go down town and attend to
my business, and I must say that I
feel like another man. Am how tak
inlg the lairge size, and to-day 1 believe
that I will soon1 as likelo as any man of
sixty-one vears ofag.e expect to be.
[IPerolavanced in years feelRE
voungr andstronger, as welIl as frer
i'romi'the infirmities of alge, by taikinrg
Dr. .1. H. 31e Lean's Earsap)arilla.RE
One of D)r. .1. 11 ecLean's Little W
Liver andit Kidney Pillets, taken .at
nlight before goin.g to bed. will move
the howels, the effet will aistoniishfl
DIListress after eat ing, heartburn, sick
heaache, anid indigestion are cured by The i
D)r..J. H-. 31cLean's Liver and( Kidney ten b
Piliets little pills.)' r
I - - ermne
Have you readi '-Looking Back ward" hr p
anId "3[rie Bashkirtseff-?" If niot, go nas bet
to the Botok store and get themi ata
onic tf THAT
d f you are in rieed of a pail'r f Spee- rheum.
tales or Eve ( lasses go to Johdn F.' hifi"
A&ministratrix's Sale. i2
N PERIMUANCE OF" AN ORiDE~ R f *l.
.tot t lProblate' (ourt made herein, I- women
it iiI on -Saturdlay the 2Slh day~ of apet
.Ju n., I)., Iii. at Ne whlerry' C. H., it M
(. .. o lihe i' izhest hiddler for cash. ra!i.
th:e folowimit dobfuhoses i ao
of etat:te of .Johni L. Dyvles, to wit: Onei aWrom
aeeoUnat a galinSt ara h Lyle-. J',4. 5- epe
A. Lyles andi oithers for $2:i4.:'5 and$1MlOi r-jrng ert:grinrBlrcaI~lo
FR A N(ES u. Lx : Y LE hi
mo'x f Joh L. vlec.1tC.
2e Ftore room under Hotel
n checked, striped and plain,
O ODS, .
ouths, in endless varieties
o be sold
UNLAUNDEE ED SHIRTS,
iTS, UNDER WEAR,
W YORK COST.
Jerome, Columbia, S. C.
Buckden's Armes Salve.
st Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores,
Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tet
pped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
iEruptions, and positively cures
no pay required. It is guaranteed to
eet satisfaction, or money refunded
ents per box. For sale by Robert-.
money by buying goods at New
>st prices of J1. 1D. Pickard, Co
~mber that John F. Speck does
Is of Watch, Clock, Jewe!'y and
-le work. Fine work a spe
ce Final Discharge.
ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
at we will apply to the Probate
>r Newberry County for a final
ge as Administrators of the
of Thomas B. Chalmers, on
7, 7th day of July at 10 o'clock
'LIAM A. CHALMERS,
~NEZER L. CHALMERS,
. S. MOW ER,
JTORNKY AT LAW,
PRACTICE IN fLL THE COURTS.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
ice in P. 0. Building il
E, CYCLONES AND
form the public that we are pre
o insure property against loss by
yclones and Tfornades
-patronage is solicited.
RTON & WILSON, Agenits.
Newberry, S. C.
U .B. HAWTHORNE
HAT THEY SAY ABOUT
ollowng is an extract from a letter writ
thC world Rtenowned Evanglist:
'turned from Tyler. Texas. on the 12th
nerind my e . Tabeen taking Royal
sical syste'm. She is now almost free
e ditresing headaches n' ith which she
n a MA RT YIR for twenty vears. surely
one wonders for he r! iis iH EVERtY
SUFFEING WIFE IIAD ACCEss T9
.1 B -athrne, Pastor First Baptist
.Atlata. Ga., was cured of a longstad
of Catarrh. His wile had been ani in
mot FeroS hadahe. neuragia and
Roal aermtut tw onths. he writes:
re.comPl(te transormation I haEneve
EARED. She appears to be twenty yeats
r and Is as ha:ppy and playftul as a
child. We have persuaded many of our
to take the medicine, and the testimony
tis tha - t ma great remedyto
.It bujila up the strength.icreases the
. ads digestion, relieves them of the
n inall.l dr for eumatism. Neu
paal ii on.n Lie.ladderd Kidny
s Chills an'! Fevers. Cata.rrh,all Blood
t:ed .ya dce to rec nmre sufrering
toncntrtd botle, wih ake one
of medicine as per directions accompa
tch bottle. For sale by the
4TIC GERMETUER CO.Atlanta,Ga.
Druggists. If your Druggist can Dot
-noG stm forul patcuarS, eertif
f wonderful cures, etc.. '