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Local and SDeciai.
Beth Eden Lutiaerala Churci.
-rieevery two . -) s U -on ni 1au
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train2i ter sChediUI-, v :
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\r. T. I). Kinard will givea baie:u;t
at the residence of .i 'v.J. A. Siighl on
Friday, July 18:it. im)i1 r :: laies
:5c. (ole one mal all.
'With Hloutor .
Mr. \i. 'Walter Heruz. of Poari:na,
who graduated at the South Carolina
University last \ week, at tained the grad'.
of 9I-'ia, and was tlet of the two mlern
bers of the cla-s of twelve ,twdents
who took the degy-;ree ol A. B. with
TO THE PUBLIC.
Owing to continued advance in the
price of Ice, and the unsettled con
dition of the Ice market, I am abso
lutely furc.d to advance iy price to
24 cents per poutid. I also beg to assure
nimy patrons that I will exert every etort
to supply theiii at the lowest possible
At the coniuentent exercises ield
last week the Board \f Trustees of
Pennsylvania College conferred the
degree of Ph. 1). on Rev. Junius B.
Fox, professor of mathematics and
natural sciences in New berry College.
Prof. FoK is an alumnus of Pennsyl
vania (ollege. He has pursued the
post-gra(uate course of the institution
for the d'gree, and recently passed the
exaninaion with the above successful
Cotton Sed Oil Mill and Fertilizer .Com
'rhe su'seribers to the capital stock
of the (otton Seed Oil Mill held a
meeting .ni Tuesday. The following
co:mtniittes were appointed:
To Dra; By-laws-W. H1. Hunt, jr.,
0. YeR.rIolnies, T. V. Wicker, L.W.
Floyd an. .J no. M. Ki nard.
To Obiin Information as to Ma
chinery-,. W. Floyd, (. F. Long and
G. W. Summers.
Anothe meeting to organize will be
Books c subscription are now open
at the stot of Floyd & Purcell.
Mason's Improved Fruit ...rs and
Jelly (iLs'S at
.t ;oozsi's Hard\ware Store.
W\ h-It 1'. >IL. 1in o/i T >'> tV(C >J
3Melntosh.: Todd. tf
Pianos ad Organs at low prices and
easy termnl Best instrurmeats only.
First clts Singing Sceboods taught.
See rue or 'rite for particulars.
tf' L. A. IAwxss, New-berry, S. C'.
The Proasors' HIouses at Newberry.
The Pr:ident's house now being
finished, te house under contract. and
the Alumni house to be erected soon,
will be suiiof custo to the col
flfor sitation." No college in the
F South cam,oast of finer and more con
venient ad beutfu )uildings or a
more beatiful situation than Newv
berry, oveooking, not indeed rugged
- mountain but the entire city of New
herry, thieavely valley through which
Scott's eek wirds its serpentine
course, ax, far as the eve can scan,
beautiful .ilis and fertile valleys,
c'rownied i ch stately imanis1 or
magnitice: forests, or fields of waving
grain. T1hexpmression of every stranger
who goes n thme college grounds is
always. "owv beautiful, how charni
ing"-D)r Hawkini's ini Lutheran
Spectaes and Eye Glasses of al
kinds an IrE a.J )':m1'F. SpeCks. 1
R1ev. W.V. Orr, of Huntsville, N.C.,
will condt a week's meeting in the
TrhomipsoiStreet A. Ri. Presbyterian
Church, 'ginnring at HI o'clock to
morrow, riday,. morning. Mir. Orr
is a miinisr of the Associate Rleformied
Presbyterh Church. and has been
engag~ed i revival work for the last
t wo yearsA.ll comnniit ies visited by
him'havb'een greatly revived. The
public is edially in vited to attend the
in eet ings.
The unit service next Sunday night
will be l at tihe Thzoimpson Street
Church. .je serm?on wvill be preached
byv Rev. T W. Orr'.
Rev. J.. F'urmian, D. D)., of Green
ville, is ereted to pr'each in the New
berry Balst Church next Sunday
Rev. \'.C. Sebrieffer will begin a
series of 'unnner MIorninrg Sermons"
in the Lueran Chmurelh next Sunday
mrorning. 'Jehmovo-j irct" will be the
first snbjpresen5tedt t. A cordil in 1vi
- tation to iese serv'ices is extendeld to1
bCrab A le Blossoms is all ihe rage.
We haveide'd thIs Iinec odor to our'
l:st of 1' Perfumes. Try it. You
wvill be ploed.
BEL&:n, HiOtSEA L. & hi iLV.
Court and Jur..
The surIer term of ('onurt will begini
on NIond, 14th instant. blin. one1
TIhrejusi are as follows:
.Tacob C. LEsey. HI. H. Ev:ms.
J1. Luther>wVers. Thi.. B- Eps
To. J ]]oW. lWi- toy;1i- .
.a.C Aim. Juo S i~. onuk
Olive P.:ri. Side .agT.Khn
J .meshi.- . Eulo. oad
J.Aa ~rtum.jr?.Davd A Rom'unI.r
G.W'rl.' am-~ J. W.li hpoil. I
.i.liN. iie. Joh W-iu. Glenn-'
.ino.lF Iks ui-t.en ler'ua.:'
.lfoD.rle. J,ot. . R.. en,er
Lud gthe ge Wm. D.: Ihtrwk.gllb
K J.ulW.u Col. ii d3 arid :
Simpsonie 3a' nik. ha.0. Wl r
('heslev L'annon. Fank 1 L. oler (.'
1'isTo tirenders of Herland
Noews, 'Iepe d obr
thatI~ Drueggists, abe c. r
:te:n Li C f. 1: v A.u ItlaT .
( . . i.. l. !iIi d"t l ines to be :t :III
t1hiatte f~r thet Ltgir:a:LIre.
tilalk ," Ireen thave molt' great re
t.;.-ih.tli -: t hinlg iorl th II a- sh;. 1
lr'oit r Tleodl rec eie veste-niav th,'
gr%dmittet lat Tiu rlay ai th iTr
ie ! Ort,ht:mla:e, ('iili ,sn. an-i r,-"e vi edt
r )( i : a-. ( d't lrii I t _
Nt\u berry1\ as1 !iere w\ili be.( (.w.n-:np.
nlt-:it I tis vuar.
Sj U.u i'.1 N : , . (., .Iu( e:;;I.- 'ro
prittor ('r.ou'h. otrf the ('enra! Hotel,
ft"ii i I n " I h- "1 ilei fit ttr d1ay. HIi;tr n
tiltion i, s1rious.---pecial t< Augu,ta
Th'!e lil h-hmmnl r l D)anivlleRa!
ro:al anun iiltilace rats for the'it!h .u ilv
extur !Is at 4 nt'eit- a mile for Ih
rounld trip. Tickets g+ood unti h.li
Tw\\o negr";', (In lir..I J . D . .i iinr
stitn'S phla-e had l (tIarrel ont'(! o il 1%y
and one of them .as very sever4v cut.
There was a good rail in Ne-heirr
on 'Tuesday afternoon and we todier
>tand the rain was pretty ieeral
throughout the county.
The teacher's institute which losed
here on last Friday was very w\l at
tended and was a very successfulOne.
We diret attention to the advetise
lent of Talbot & Sons in this issut.
'I'ite Newberrv Cotton 'Mills haade
e"lared a sen i-anuutal dividend o 2.
MTr. Simeon Pratt, who went fwm
Neu berry several vears ago to [isis
sippi, was about a lonth ag't strich
with apoplexy and partial paraly:s.
and at last accounts was in a crititl
A party of thirty-five gentlemen hI
a fish in Beaver )ani ('reek on Tue.
day and elnghit about one hundre
pounds of tine red horse and suckei
and the thirty-five ate nearly the e:
tire lot before they left the creek tha
Teas, spices. flavoring extracts, ete,
are ali sold cheap by MeIntosh & Todd
Thrown from the I ug:y and Killed.
On Tuesday afternoon 'Mrs. Dai
iHolland, of ('h:ppells, and a negro wo
mna were driving in a sulky. The
were endeavoring to get ahead of th<
rain storm, and in crossing a sial
bridge the sulky was thrown off on om
side, turning the sulky over. Mrs. Hol
land's foot caught in the stirrup of tll
upturned sulky and the horse becon
ing frighltene'd ran away, killing Mrs
Holland and seriously hurting the nie
nro wollan. She was a daughter o
Jas. A. Chappel!, and. only sixteer
years old, and had been married olh
about two months. It is a very sad af
Coca-Cola at Pelham's.
T'ca-Cola renews the vigor of the in
tellect, and relieves mental exhaustion
rendering the flow of thought mom
easy and the reasoning power more vig
orous, conduces to mental clearness at
activity, freedom from fatigue anc
power of endurance.
It has gained an enviable reputatior
as havinlg gilt edge merit, and in mlos
oft the largie cities of the Soutlk ha.
taken a position at the very front of atl
the leading and most p)opulatr sodt
Th is popular summe111r beverage fur
nishedi ice-cold, at ->c. glass. at Pelhtam':
Accident to Dr. Geo. A. Setzler.
Dr. Geo. i. Setzler, of Pomaria, wa:
overtaken inl tihe road by a hlailstorml
on WAedn mesday afternoon, J unet 25thI
anid took refuge undeIr anUld g11in
hlouse. He was riding horseback atn
had scarce'lv (lismounited before t h
gin house wvas blown down upon him
ie received a severe cut on the hteat
anid painful bruises. He wvas some
\what prIotec(ted from the crashing timl
b)ers b)y standling under the large cog.
wheel which held btack their full forc<
anid no dioubt saved his life.
Te bac-k of the horse was brokel
andt the aimaii:l 1had( to be killed.
At last accounts Dr. Setzier was do
John F. Speek has the largest ant
finest display of Spectacles and Ey<
Glasses in the city. Call if you neet
anly thing in thlis line. Eyes carefunll.3
fitted withl the best glasses to b<
Bulen's Armica Salve.
Tihe Best Sitlve in the world for (utis, SOres'
Drie,l'leer. Salt ltheouni, Fever Sores, 'Tet
an Skin Eripitionis, and posit ively cure:
Piles or' no) pay required. It is guiarate~ed t<
tgive perfeci sat isfacetion. or rnoney refundt
Price 5e'ents per box. For sale by Rtobert
Thne C. N. and L. I. Rt. in Town.
'Thle t rackilayers and graders oni th<
C-lumia, .Newberry and Laurenm
R'airoad rushed the work at a rapid
rate last week. The -grading betweet:
Pro sperityv and New berry- was practi
eally comtpleted last F'riday' eveinrg
and track was put down at once and
reached the southtern endl of- Caldwel
street. wher'e it crlosses the Columibir
anil Greenville Itailroad, on1 Monday
eveninig. TIhe crossing has nlot beer
mal:de, owinig to sonie delay in receivinlt
net essatry material for t he work.
The grain g force is att wxor'k at thc
depot, prepaing for thle side-tracks.
The line fromt C:olumbia to) Prosperity
was inspect( ed onl 3M0liday by the Stat*
Itallroad Coni uiisio,ners, and accepted
\l:tster' of Tranusportation DIunkle of
the Sauth Carolina itailway~ was on th(
inspeit' on train,. and( took ntecessary4
data for the arrn gemient of a schedule.
Pr~uesiden t Childs inform s T1he Hercald
atuil News that a schiedutle wvill go int
efleet next alonday between ( 'olumibit
Thle Sooth Cartulna it:tlway has (con
trated.M to opierate the roadi for onte year
T i? 'Oi oad iro i ruos; '-ity to New
hemrry it bIn;:g surface'id, and r'guilai
tlis en1 of ihe linle.
I'tPersonts vaced' ini yers lee
v'ounaer aild st roi!rer, as well as freN
Dr)i. . .HI. 3IeLe~an's Sarapaill a.
'-petcta' work. Fine work a 5spe
.lt);WUlT-)N & GULDE.U'S
( nI Drug.~ St r'
.\n1t h.- chi!. killed hv the. use o
-pi. -ii in the form of Sool iutm
yrp. Why mx iot hi's give thir il
renI SuiVih deadly p4o;ison is s0lurisin
whentherennreliexve the childof t!
I taby Sit .ther. l' I i t:ltins no ( )'ini
.Ifyou aire in ne'ed of a pair' of Spec
ealso y lse ot onI
-taes. y lsesg oJh
1 ai ur"r Mmem114 n11t (.10bbled.4 I'-l by
< 1.,1Lw1.rer :tn.l 1444r lI w ."rs.
. \ -!;,r"t .f ir:ji -r )III,-w hat ! 1ige:
th:1ii t l p, wiIiI thi" :bov)e title :n
wh"llat fllw ueli w-eb ll written in
"hl1r-boy's"" -t4"nc.il -ty'i1 -was piche,
ii in ('ilcwe|i -tr1't anI handed t
Th}, I 1 t:n i n w for) publi(ation:
iv.\ es the !aIrt rt - l th i I
Wa1t t!- 1'rmler 11a ret;estedI
1 fa- 'een .itw:rtcd by the "igge ted.
Is t hr. fon:nlld any h(q"pe
O1 1ar:ey. ( ary a11 Pph)e'.'
Th.-y" brt t" w:ix-worksof .arlev
.\r1" :rly, l'ore:idl Gryv
Ar11 pui1ated1 in t his &ay field
I o te lin1 L,awcyer Niayfi(eld.
is thw Fnirmnt-rs' avocation
l,ik" )t1el's occupation?
Whr--'s th:" FiriI r:' prese"rvationl
1 i Til h '1i11:tu'. veri icul1t 1n :'
li ev'rv a-severat ion l
Neds a veritienitionl
\t lea-t al exp,lanation,
Itu1 lie gives a twistific'atio !
Now, Frn1r. ut y1u1"r hat on
.\nt vott for I':*le or l.rattofn
T1'hcla witlh (rvoaald 11mlhaml
Yiu'il !ind vour
,S"loniiian 1i o4ll).
County sund::y-School Convention.
To be held at Prosperity A. R. Pres
bterian church on Thursday and Fri
day, \ u'ust 7t 11 and Sth:
itasT D).v-Moning &-esion.
Devotional exercises at In a. m1.
\elcone add ress bv Rev. J. C. Boyd.
l;e=po1se by Geo. B. Cromer, Is1.
Topie-The Children and the Bible.
I)iscussionl to be opened by E. P. Mc
Clinock and John C. G-oggais.
Reports of Sunday Sehools.
Topic-Horne preparation for the
Sunday School. Discussion to be opened
by henry 1). Boozer and Rev. J. 11.
'1opie-The claims of the Sunday
School upon the Congregation. Discus
sion to be opened by Rev. H. T. Smith
and Thos. \\. Keitt.
;'Ec'oND I).A- ofniiing ,Sesswl.
Devotional exercises at,*1O a. m.
'iopie-The ad vantage of interdeno
linational Sunday School work. Dis
t 5ltin to be opened by Rev. Z. W.
d(lentbaugh and C. L. Fike, Esq.
topie-'cachers' meetings, their im
. "tanlce and feasibility. Discussion
r t;e opened1 by John S. Carwile and
.. J. It. lravwick.
'bpie--How to maintain a Sunday
Scbol throu ;hout the year. Discussion
1 to opened by Revs. M. J. Epting
anr.-. W. McClure. and C. F. Boyd.
(Eo. B. C om-:i,
H. S. Boozt-:a,
.JoiN S. CAR~Wm LE.,
- .JollN W. CtrAP.stAN,
Tihe uperintendents of the schools
in the>utnty are earnestly requested
to till 't the blanks p)romtlty and for
ward tim imrmediately to the Secre
talry, C?. Boyd.
i Napl. Sunday School Convention.
The Bhtist Sundlay School Convyen
tion (of Nvberrv County will he held
at 21toun Zion Baptist Church, em
bracing lursday and Friday, July
17th an&18th. The following pro
rlam mie irespect fully sn bmitted:
T1'!lt>AY, Jen~Y .17'TH, A. M.
WVeleonwidl(ress byv 31. Werts.
Res'pon-!by R. Y. Leavell.
IWpots -m SudaySchEols, read1
an< rfere ithutremarks.
Ine resnsibility of officers andC
teachers f. the spiritual atmosphere
of the selol-J. R. Irvin, W. H-.
Hun~1tt, Jr. al Rev. B. F. Corley.
A F:RNOoN SESSION.
The Bihl the Sunday School text
book, its ple, prominence and power
-Ephraim .hnson, J1. E. Crosby and
TIraining tI young in the school to
be punctual join in the exercises of
worship and1(n beneficenice ; Impor
tanice and1 r<tion to Bible study-J.
S. D)omiiiek, harles Whilte and Rev.
J. S. West.
F!3tDAYT IX ISTH!, A. 31.
Bible readih subject, Bible teach- -
Prayer-con-eted by J. S. Carwile.
Report of ticleommittee on reports
from Sun3day chools. General dis5
T''he work extded; the reasons for
extenision); the tans by which it can
be done: the1 fie:that invites us ; the
resolt that will fav--Jno. R. L'eavell,
F". N. Cal mes an'D. A. Swindler.
.\ FTERN SESSION.
TheO in8!ten3ce the Sund3(ay School
on t he f:unuil-aFayette .Johnson,
DIr. J1. B. LangfiZoJ E. L. Leavell and
D)r. .Jamnes 211e!lit3.
Special ser.viet in thei Sunday
Schl;0, imporl)tan: and advantage
G. U rady Dom,::in3it Eugene HI. Long
shore:a:d Rtev. WV. Laingston.
Pasc3 trs andt' 5er:intenidenits are
memtibers e.r-o/Uiio. sach Baptist Sum2
dayS)hl witi!.he coutnty is eni
titetitosen theelegtes Iet the
Suntday S choo1l5 se3tais delegates their
l bst wo1rketrs.
-C Letnany meiers (If Sunday
Scol ttend, 1in aition to the dele
gates. Pators), suitintendents anid
dceecates are ex peteto joitn heartily
in the work of t he coention, especial
ly the subjects for geral discussion.
l'inpe 413I On Face
Deniote :an imure113 sta'>f the bloodand
aire looked upon4)1 by an with suspfi
(1io3. Acker's Blood4lixir will r*e
mov1 (e all lintpt)rit les:II teave tihe comn
p)lexionI sm ooth itand lear. 'lTher~ei
no3 thingL that will so >roughly build
up the conttt3iot purify and3(
st renI .t then te whols0iystenii. Sold1
and uarateedby Cer, Hlouseal &
Thle New D)iseery.
YI iv. heard11 .v*ur fr4a and nei:thibors
of' the '4i-n.1 whto kno(w fr<er!sonalt expme
rience') j -I ho4w 1!ood4 4 thin, is. I f yo have
even ir:.-dit yo are ' (neo itannch triends43,
becus the'l 34wond( erfl thitb)oIt it is, that
when 4once~ ei en tiat. tIrin;'s New D)is
Iovery ever aft' r holdsi a le inl th4 30ouse.
If von hav nxever used it. - should be a
i'e Ca i V :L(1.lut:. coil.' an1y rThroat,
1. '44 or 4 4 t I. ro41 1uble. 5ecur'blOttle, at onlce
- ..nej\4r mo4 hireIrind. IT 1(otties!4 Free,y
at) unbe:'o & Gtl.ter's Dru;oee.
No inimtent is inl bet' repte (It
McL1 ean's \Volean ic Oil .limuent. It
iS aL wond1erful rentedyv.
If you feel unmable to dGour wvork,
and4 'have that tired feeli. take Dr.
.1. H. McLean's Sarsapaa: it will
make vou bright. active a vigorous.I
L 1)l EATU.%.
irs. ('atherin' . . 4 wi.. Iow, 4f
the late I.Ynj:u in It. Jo . di:"- ed li "
par -lysi-, at I he r-nii-ne f' her son,
A. ('..Jonels, 1 l; mi t etr -t ,(<:tlumbllia,
S. C., n Frilay afterloon. .Ine :.;th,
IS!Nn, after a brief 1I11'-s o' 11h::
t f hier hutsband} at i;"tky }prings
'hurch graveyard.1 in ren oInuy,
n S aturdav evt:iin: ' f.l inug, at
Helena Ilerathing- notttt Nrt:"+ Notes.
'The eir;le wi!ll tn :tt Mr 't ate'.
Now th:t Ihe camlp.,i n h : ened"l
Helena has two eamlit:ti a- in the lied
-Mfr. Arthur liibtler, for r'-t"h-etti:tn to
the ollict" of Schln)! C n is i >ntr. :md
Cole. L. I;lease, Esq., f.r the L :ia
We have the Illic ! : The
Shockley Brothers are (':on a b-llmlig
boomtt ini Fair1it.11, :tutl .1t..,r . 'r):11,.r
&kk livingstont an:t t::.u ta
storehouse for 3Mr. F. (. \W"limi sll in
3Miss ('arr"ye tr, ir, who }t n t thbe
sc.:hool terit witlh her ::unlt. Mlrs. Dr.
Wu eleb, returned to her ht,nl,- :l: W:l
halla hv" the way of.loh tIn l:.-: week.
3fiss Carrve is a bri:ht antd : t rmiIve
young lady and rnade manlllIy frieta'l1 IV
her gentle and enugaaing manners.
Miss Mramie Writ,ht r;turned 'to iier
home in Laureus County after a v:ry
pleasant stay of : week with relatives
in Newberry. Her departure was la s
tened by the sad intelligence of the
extreme Illness of a relative.
Miss Mlinnie -ammtnonld, of L:m+r)n ,
stopped over in the villag e ()it day last
week on her way to AIbevilI". She
gave her friends not only the ligh t of
her genial smile for a little while, but
some very sweet music besides.
Mrs. J. M. Bowers and childrei have
gone to Columbia to sp}e"nll a season
with Mr. and Mrs. Sparks. Pet and
little B. T. are trying hard to keep Mr.
B. from the blues. We think they will
succeed with a little lenionade and a
jingle of bright and cheery news.
Miss Mabel Day, of Florence, is vis
iting Mrs. Geo. MeWhirter.
H. H. Blease, .Jr., Fsgl., has gone to
Glenn Spri ngs.
Mr. W. H. Wallace, of the Observer,
has gone to Glenn iprings for his
health. We hope soo n to see lilm again
at his post.
Miss Idalie Huiter, of Greenwood,
is visiting Mrs. B. M. De"nnis in New
Mr. A. D. Trask, superintendent of
the spinning department in the New
berry Cotton Mills, has gone on a visit
to Nortbbridge, Mass.
Just received a friesh lot o
Glenn Springs Water, which we
offer at the same price, by the
case, that is asked at the Springs,
and we allow for the empty bot
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
tf Corner Drug Store.
Democratic Club Meerings. t
MLUER:hY C:LUI; :
Will meet at the residenlce of T. W.
Keitt on Saturday, July 5, at :3 p. m., ~
to elect delegates to the County ton- I
NO. S TowVNsHIP.
The mlembers (If the Utopia Demo- o
cratic Club are. r'equelied to mleet at t<
the School House Saturday, thle 5th, at n
3 o'clock. t.
THtE .JALA PA CItl1
Will mleet at 4 p. mn. Saturday to elect
delegates to Counaty C'onven tion .
PINE G RoVE CLUB
Will meet on Saturday afternoon,
July 5, to elect delegates to the County
Con vention on1 July 31. f
STI. LUKE's ('LtU .t
Will mleet on next Saturdav after- '
noon, at 3 o'clock to elect delegates to ~
thle County Convention and to attend a
to such other business as raay come
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
During the next two weeks I will n
make a special reduction onl Pictures. a
Those wishing to ornament their par
lors, drawing rooms, &c., will tind( it to
their advantage to call on mle dlurinlg
that time. Y~ours, C
t f Z. F. WXmn T. ~
Save money by buying goods at New 'F
York cost prices of .J. D). P'ickard, Co
tunmbia, S. C. tf a
Have you read "Looking Backward"
and "MIarie Bashkirtsefl?" If not, go Ce
to tile Book Stor'e anld get themi at L
rnce. tf &
The Law of the Case.
The Lawv of Husband and( Wife is li
the name of a book writ ten by Lelia J1. C
IRobinson- All adjudications of this e'
knotty subject w'ould he4 simle if it b
were regarded in a spirit of con)pr'omuise.
[ncompatibility of temper is fr'equently
>ccasioned by a disordered liver. ft h<
makes a well-disposed moral morbid, ID
morose or snappishl. Into such hlouses P
where this explaiins the situation the -
soother of ruffled or disgruntled dis
positions would be as a whlite winged
ingel of peace and messenger of happi
ness. With a bottle of Westmoreland's
'alisaya Tonic comes health, vigor, an
:>pt imistic frame of mhindl and a dispel
ing of all dark clouds. Tone u P your
liver, brace up yl)' ' r evesand imlprove
your appetite by using a bottle, whlich
aan be had (If
Disease lies ini ambush for' the weak;
.i feeble cons1 t itonl is ill adap1 lted to
meioun ter a mnalarious atmnospher'e and(
audden changes of temp Ieratnre, and1(.
tile least robust are usually the easiest
victimls. Dri. .J. H-. 31eLean's Sarsapa
illa will give tone, vitality aind st rength
to thle entire b~ody.
1s Life W1orth Living ?
Not it you go through till worb!d a
:lspeptie4. Aeker's IDysp.epsia Tabldets
re a po(sit ivye ('urie for till' worst fornms S
>f Dyvspepsia, 1nd1ige'st ion,l Flatutlle 6
ud C2onstipatihon. (Guaraniteed :and1
ild by IBelchler, Ho4u'seal & K ithe.
A cream of tartar bakinlg powder.
[-Jighest of all in leavening strength.
U .S~ Govcrnnzent I?e))ort, Ai'g.1 7, 1 5Sf)
aft,- - r in . :: i .'s hearers by
"on .Nin' :w. "I : i:it -""r ra.tler 1nU
-r n : - -m)1 il. dlt'si;
thl: . ha: t. _'. i tl, lt l I
~1:'1! kr :n whr --in: ristoe'
!r fi t . - r-!3 iVt J!' 'r".;iiary
to ii:ni 160th- on v vi f (t pos
s"--d th' : i : -' tr were
i r; n of ,:- - .. :.-. :!n- hi'-u
c'h:1ra t r. .::. t i r ti-r i oa r a l
:!I t:a thiit race
of a:s namissipon,
: t , .r. 1i Sru - ---,,1l 1 l" d eS nut
-e-.t altha t : h. styes-rin;g
('' ii .'i " ' . : . ' ' i " ' t : ) t
13h.:in-hy wh a l '1 emped ou1t;
butl h - i: ! ,., ,: . !_. to pretend
tha ti en- .But m knows
t h t th.-s:. -: 1 C. :Th - d e.snot tire
th i the l. :.i. I . ! t aristermev'
d-) 84> ma 3; : aexit otg aris
tt),r::"1y to ::...il. ii::t hn i:w>ws that
t her is tn 1 : i' " 1 +f 1 .: title. rant
(ir a il -t'i S11 b . :: i:: : si) he invents
Ac"tor; in;;!y.a :'. , .% : . i Iii- : ther day,
unl-ss the new(la irr :~r)sslv misrepre
sent him, he :11t:h (b 11 is moist energetic
abuse against an aristOcracy "based on
monev." It was inst his parpose to he
definite: he f:iied that the people, like
small children. v.oild be more frightened
by reference t) ' simdtlOwy. intangible
bugal)o than I ripton of a real,
Ier:Onal substant t : . ::i+i I! also took it
for granted. n> (ii t. l tI ll poor men
are ready to hate : rl-h oneS, for he so
underrates our pop -- a: to suppose that
we are filled wii i em y: n-i malice against
all persons wi) iir' 1a re prosperous
than ourselves. II.! has therefore in
sulted the intellitgence and integrity of
the peoPle by rnllil;; 111on triem to sup
port him in at crusade against people
whom he neitier cals hv,1" name nor so
describes as to e1bi1. u: t+ ilentifv tliem.
It may be tihit lie is getting afraid to
bring charges against p%Irtieular persons.
His experience in siandering Dargan,
Bieman, Munro and C,thran has proba
bly taught him mo3,re prudence than he
used to have. He is about to adopt as
hi: answer to enlniri-s about persons,
the declaration of It. M. Johnston's hero,
"I'm a namtin' o' no names." So we have,
and doubtless shall have to the end of
the chapter, only the geneiality of a
moniedt aristoera-v to excite us.
Was there ever r arront offered
the goo,l sin5e ol emr people? Was
there ever a strOnimp:nttion of idiocy
in the vet rs of tis State ? lIe does not
say who these dangerous aristocrats are:
he does not sar where they are to be
found: he does not iv hon,w they shall be
known. when found: h; los not mention
a single lao .r pul i+ measure which
they have prourl : a. or perverted:
he docs not pretnd to shIow how their
sentimtnts or a:tio,n( (I"("r from those of
the rest of the pe: i., 1, s not vouch
safe even a su,"ti, h.1)Vo" their interests
nt-iet with tho)e o ,f their less fortunate
brethren. -t he says 'we must have a
-evollution, a turning out Of old officers
md a ullttinl' in of nov ones, a universal
thange and 111ph_avi l a iIparture from
ill estab)l) imed (I1mr10(t rules simply
)ecaulse ho tp s usthere is an aristocracy
ased on monov.
In the absence of further information
>n the subjcct. we re wrranted in infer- 4
ing that Mr. Tfidumn means by this
ort of talk thait th'e men01 of wealthj
re the enemies of the poor men andi
herefore that men of wealth are not to
e trusted with (1tlice or power. Where i
'ovex;y endos and wealth be;gins 1one of u.s 1
.s can beg:n to say. B3ut I submit that I
man who ownas eighteen hundred acres
t average Iand is not by any means a
oor man, unless lie be very much in debt.1
Ir'. Tlillman is said to -on n that quantity
f land. Is he ai poor nmn, then? And if t
e is not a poor man, is lie, by his ownt
rgament, to be supposed to be the poor t
man's friend? MIay it not be that he is -
nly aGer tho pr:>r m:m's vote, in order y
get a fat ofiice? Thei argument is his, 1:
ot mine. Let Ibm answer it. I observe 3
a'- lie his no)thiia: to say~ against thle rl
ch men of thme North, who are robbing v
ie farmers of the~ South by means of a
igh tariti. n
J1. '. J1. CAT.WELL. C
June :7, 1890. fi
Many people habitually endure a C
eling of las.situde, b:eause they think .,
iey lutve to. If. they~ would take Dr. 3
i-. H.M La' Sarsaparillan t his feeling c
f wea-iness' wo)uhl give phace to vigor C
Sick hieadache is tihe bane of manty bi
veS. Tlhis n noyintg comlplainlt may
e cured and p)revenited by the occOsio
al use of D)r. Jf. H. MeLean's Liver t<
ad Kidney P'illets (little pills).
A Sound Legal Opinion, a
E. Utinbi idLe M-mday,v Frl., Cointy A tty.
av Co.. Tex. ays: 'llave used Electric c
itters' wih most3- ha13y restllt-I. My brother a
so was very low~ wtlh Mab l rial Fever and n
mnd3iice. bu1t waLs enred' by tinely USe ofthuis it
edlicine. Am3 saL1ti Electrie Bitters a
Mr. ?,. L. w3itcox. of IlIorse CaveV. Ky., adds
like testimony. -aying: He positively be.
ved he wotl hae lie.I badl it not been c
r Electric Bittes
Titis great remedy lvI wIlrd otr, as well as c<
re all Malariam D)ieases. and folr all Kidney rc
ver and Sto3Imch Dijso3res stands Un)
- -~- - it
$25,000 worth of .~)3) cho lind MiscEl- U'
ne'ous Books, Stationery and Fancy
oods to be elIscId out at New York Y
st. AddIress .1. 1). Piekard, C'olum- Ii
a, S. (3. tf t
Dist rers tifer e:it ing, heartburn, sick "
adahebe3. :and :id;.;ist ' a11re cured by I
r. .1. h. Mel.e.':-.. Liv.r and Kidnfey ~
ilils (.little bills. I
ON1i3' ENJOV!S b
oth the method and results when bt
yrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant et
ad refreshing to thc taste, and acts Ic
ently yet promptly on the Kidneys, C
iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys- I
m eflfectually, dispels colds, head
:hes and Levers anld cures habitual mI
mnstipation. By rup of Figs is the
aly remedy of its kind ever pro
uced, pleasinto th t aste and ac
'ptable to te Am'i'a, prompt ini .h
s action aind truly benef:cial in its ~
!Tects, prepare aay ro the most 1t
2althly and agree *av)sustances, its y
any C~eK1celent qul:.- commnend it (*
all iad Lav 1:i... it the most ~
Dpuilar remed1 kow.
Syrup of FIs 'o sale in 50c ~
d 21 bole> byal leadling drug
sLs. .Any r~elable druggist who
ay not ii.ve it en iantd will pro
re it pron:t2ty fr r anly one who in
ishes to try it. Do not accept any k
CA!UFOR?IiIs JFi S3 1UP CO
SAIV FrA;;'C;;Z0, N L.L
w. i-:. l'I:r.r A M. AGENT,
N:v:umY,. A, y C
ay iiniine. Iron and Quinine vs. Tilina.
To tIe lditor of The Herald and
N I :having decided to take a few days
oilf to rectuperate, your dilapidated typo,
suflirig from a combination of dis
eass"s, known first and most couspic
uotisly as Tillniania, sought some
quiet. place to undergo a course of
iiedicine. When we landed we found
ourse"lf in b.e::utiful little Clinton, cer
tainly a lialthful little town, where I
pass the hours away drinking good
wate-r andl othrvise enjoying myself.
So far we i'tice no ditterence in our
health, but we are still using Dr. Hous
eal's stryehninw, iron and quinine, (not
guaraiteed to cure Tillmani and hope
in a few (lays to be at our post.
WVe are at present in the champion
Tillinan county of the State. Don't un
derstand ie to say that Laurens Coun
ty is Comtupo-;d of nothing but Tillnian
inen, but it is r"arly so. Here in Clin
to:i we tind a few "antis,'' but they ac
know' ledge tiey are in the minority,
and oniy a-k fori their rights to be
We happen"i to be present at the
etteting oi' the )enoeratic club of this
(Hu nter'sI 'Townshilp on Saturday last,
the proceedin gs of which showedIthe
way the wind was I lowing, and it was
direct for Tillinan. There were about
21n I",present, and I heard only two men
say they were not for Tilhuan. This
county has a peculiar way,to our mind,
of running their political machines.
Each township is allowed nine dele
gates to a county convention, it mat
ters not what the strength of the town
ship may be. It is said to be a mutual
agreement to allow each township the
same number of delegates. What would
Newberry say to that?
,o far Laurens is solid for the farmn
ers' candidate, for every club has elected
delegates save the one at the court
house, and the Tillnian men claim that
township for Tillhan. We say hurrah
for Laurenii! (Noice- hurrah for Till
At this writing we have heard noth
ing from New berry concerning the re
cent convention except that delegates
were elected to the August Convention.
We do not know how they were in
structed, but if we had been on the
floor of that convention (where we
would have been had health permitted),
we should have been there yet, betbre
consetting to vote for a primary.
Allow rue a little more space and I
will tell you why:
Why was the August Convention
not called at the time the September
Convention was called. That is, when
the Executive Committee was at first
in session why did they not call both
1. Because the Executive Conunittee
did not think that Tillman would beso
hard to beat in a convention as they
now see that lie will. (A voice-A
trick! A trick!)
2. Because they did not know wheth
er Messrs. Earle and Bratton wanted a
primary or not, (the 21 conference had
not yet decided). As soon as they said
they wanted a primary the Committee
ordered the August Convention. Till
man has been asking for a primary for
four years, and then he had to force
Earle and Lratton to ask for it before
be got it.
Now, Mr. Editor, bear with me a
little longer, and I will ask a few ques
"Does not this action of the Execu- l
ive Commtttee show that the 'antis'
will doanything to beat Tillman?"
Now, I want the readers of The Her
0d and News to bear this in mind:
When the August Convention meets,
f it so desires, it can elect a new Exec
Itive Commrritte3 (which we need) and
to into the nomination of State officers,
f it sees fit so to do. A convention of
he people is supreme, and certainly
ias more powver than a one-sided Ex
Don't understand me to say that thjis
kill be done, but it can be. Now, if
uch should be the case, when the Sep
ember Convention meets the other fac
ion will nominate their ticket, and a
here would be two tickets in the field
-with a probability of three. Now
bhat wec want to ask is this: Who wvill
e responsible for this state of affairs? ~
Ve answer, the State Executive Corn
aittee. Why couild they not have let
tell eniough alone? And I will here .
rove that what the Executive Comn
iittee has done was rnot according to b
hairmn Hoyt's ideas. Read the P
>llowing from his pen:
"The other demand of the 31 section of the
0onvention's pla:form is as boos.
-We dleinand' that the delegates to the State a:
omninating Conventio,n shah be chosen by T
rimnary election on the samne day that the
[her oflicers are nominated, andl that all the
:>unties shall hold these prima-ies on the n<
t.n,e day, to-wit, the last Tuesday In August te
r each election year.
"-It is not clear whether the author of the
latform meant that this portion shonld go
ito eIfect at once, but I presume it was so ci
itended. This demand- is equally unfor tun
te with the preceding clause. 'There is no
ower to regulate the election of delegates w
),he State Convention and dictate the mode
t their selection. Certainly the State Execu
ve Committee has no authority in the prem
esc and it has never attempted to exercise d:
ay control or this matter-.n
"Each county Is ent irely free to provide its
wn, mod.e ot choo-ing delegates to the State
onvention, an d this has been the case allt he aI
hite. No 'power cain prevent any county h(
'oin electing its delegates by primary, and
is equally true iliat no power can compel
iy county to adopt the primary for this 10
"The prop)osition to hold primary elections
ir delegat 's on the same day in all the a
>unties is altogether out of the question,un-.
s ihe counties agree theret o. It would take re
mtl-iderable time to make the aoreement,
*r what wontid suit one locality m?ght prove
convenient to others. At any rate the way'
open for any county to order the election p
delegates by the primar y system whenever at
chooses. andl the election will be valid and
Now, brother Tillmian men, we ask in
>u in all sincerity to niotice all these Tl
ttle inconsistencies in passing along th
te line to victory. Stand firm! Be vi
en! And after the 10th of September of
e will look hack from the top of the
dder of success,with (Captain Tillmian te
i the topmost round, andl exclaim: di
ictory is ours! Who acted the most m i
1-oping that old Newberry wvill in
te witnd up be where she is in the
wgi[nning, for Tillmian first, !ast, and se
I the time, I am a whole-souled ht
('lintont, -. C., Jutne :Oth, 189d. t
The Votingr at Laurens.
The (Charleston World gives the fo
wing statenment of the Tillmn:t andl d
iti-Tillntan vote in LaturenIs :
WVaterloo, 2 li to 0.
Sullivan, 14:s to 2'.Io
Seutilletown, S- to ~.in
C'ross H ill, 77 tot,. th~
.Jacks ;7 to 0.K
An ellort is being tmade by the anti-K
!iian ite's to re-apportion the dele- ci
te's front the dhitferent towniships on a
isis of one mnetmber for the club and
e for every twety-iveenirolled mtem
us, andl in araeordlanc-e with this th:
fort the ant is in three townships br
rmied sepa:ratCecltubs atd elected del- til
ates to represenit their side itn prop)or- of
)i to niemibers ats follows: Waterloo
miembters. 2 delegates : sullivan 23 p
ember-s, 2 delegate., Yountg's 50 e
embilers, ::de legates. h
ADv ERtT[sED L.ETTEns. a
.tofle-tters unlciruted anid adtvertised
idersoin. 31il I. ,:u 'i:lry &- .rn at
h:ital. 30 s. I.. iR. Jlerrierson,, R. R. ca
rnmnal. A. F. .Jones. J1. .3i. of
rley. M is, Au nnele i,~niard, Melvini
usi ii. M rs. Jani, Rtorers. .M iss lia o.
'trier. 3ti-s Mhiry Wit! mtire, C. w1v. to
ersonis call i:: fo,r thle abhove letters willt
n' a thl:t I they wer' aduvertise.'
The Coming Season t
Will n:o do~ubt be a fine one for play
bll. Go to the Book Store and Ier
yv yiur Base Ball goods at the lowest d
ices. t f th
or.i o)r. J1. H. McLean's Little su
ver atnd Kidney Pillets, taken at th
ght before going to bied, wlli move o
e ,bowels, the effect will astonish o'
GOODS TO BE
ON AND AFT]
Will sell our entire Stock of G<
Jerome. consisting of a choice sto<
DRY GOODS, CLOT:
HATS AND GENTS'
NO HUMBUG, WI
To close out our fine stock of Whi
SATIN ES, GINGHAMS,
And all goods in
AT NEW Y
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Mer
and grades, in
In all the lin
FINE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS,
FANCY SHIRTS. FLANN]
HALF HOSE, HAND:
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ALL TO BE SOLD
58 Main St., Unde
THE HOT WAVE.
ast Saturday the Hotest of the Season
CaICAGO, June 28.-There are no
gus yet of a cool wave,, which has
een anxiously looked for, and to-day
romises to be more sultry than Friday.
he list of people stricken down yes
rday numbers nearly twenty. Two
the men are dead, and three more
*e in the hospital and will not live.
be others are out of danger.
Dispatches from many points in Illi
is, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin, all
11 of insufferable heat and many fa
At Lasalle, Ill., yesterday, the mer
try reached 102 in the shade. Three
en died from suntroke. All outdoor
ork had to be abandoned.
At Galena three persons have died
om the effect of heat in the past two
Lys, and there is a great deal of sick
Jacksonville rept rts 101 in the shade,
d two men fatally stricken and many
At Joliet the thermometer registered
2, the highest point in twenty-four
~ars. A dozen people were overcome
id two died.
In Peoria 104 in the shade was
ached. Two deaths occurred, and
veral people were overcome.
Danville, Freeport and many other
iints report num nerous prostration,
d a few fatalities.
BrRLINGTON, Iowa, June 28.-The
tense heat has demoralized business.
2e mercury has gone as high as 1063 in
e shade. Reports from surrounding
ilages tell of a number of fatal cases
At Watertown, Wis., yesterday, the
mnperature was 10)4. Four people
ed from the effects of the heat, and
any others ill.
THE ROLL OF THE hOT w~AVE
WAsHINGTON; June 29.-The signal
rvice has issued the following special
TJhe temperature continfues hiigh from
~e middle and lower Mississippi Val
ys to the Gulf, and the middle and
>uth Atlantic coasts. The mercury is
degrees above the normal at Grand
aveu, Chicago and Davenport. The
as imum temperature to-day was 102
grees a t Augusta, 98 degrees at Mont
>mery, Nashville and St. Louis. The
mperature has fallen 12 degrees at
naha. Relief will be felt on Monday
Missouri, Illinois and Indiana, and
e western portions o'f Tennessee and
I ICAGO BLESSED WITH A COOL
CalAIG(O, June 29.-A cool breeze,
ginning late this afternoon, ended
e heated term temporarily. The
eeze did niot spring up, however, un
the excessive heat had made a record
eight fatal cases of prostration since
.ylight. A large number of other
rsonis succumbed, but up to this
ening no other deaths were appre
uded. The prec- ding twenty-four
>urs marked the culmination, an
most unprecedented period of warmth
td according to one authority there
are eighteen deaths from sunstroke
id one hundred and seventeen other
ses of heat prostration, fully a dozen
which are pronounced critical.
Four imore deaths were reported up
midnight. but R11 fouroccurred earlyI
the day in remote parts of the city.
A BRIEF LET UP AT ST. LOUIs.
rT. LOLIs, June 29.-The warm
ather which has prevailed for a week
st was checked somewhat this after
*noon by a heavy shower which
>1ed off the atmosphere to a consid
Lble extent,- but there is still a great
al of suffering, as immediately after
a rain the clou'ds dispersea and the
a sent the thermometer un to the
e hundred mark again. Yesterday
a list of prostrations number thirty
e, eight resulting fatally. Up to 11
:lock to-night eleven prostrations are
worted, two fataL
R TIII DATE.
ods in the store room under Hotel
RING, BOOTS, SHOES,
te Goods in checked, striped and plain,
the Dry Goods line
Boys, Youths, in endless varieties
all sizes, to be sold
es common with
WHITE UNLAUNDERED SHIRTS
L SHIRTS, UNDER WEAR,
1AR, STRAiV HATS,
AT NEW YORK COST,
r Hotel Jerome, Columbia, S. C.
The Population of the United States.
WasHrsGToN, June 30.-As far as
can be estimated from returns received
at the census bureau, the population of
the leading cities is as follows:
Grand Rapids................. 95,000
$25,000 worth of School and Miscel
laneous Books, Stationery and Fancy
Goods to be closed out. at New York
cost. Address J. D). Pickard, Colum
bia, S. C. tf
SUNSTROKES IN CINCINNATr.
CIscINNATI, OHIo, June 29.-Eigh
teen cases of heat prostration heard
from here to-day, two resulting fatally.
Notice Final Discharge.
~TOTICE IS HEREBY CGIVEN
.ai that we will apply to the Probate
Court for Newberry County for a final
discharge as Administrators of the
Eestate of Thomas B. Chalmers, on
Monday, 7th day of July at 10 o'clcck
in the forenoon.
WILLLGM A. CHALMERS,
EBENEZER L. CHALMERS,
and Dr. King's Rtoyal GermetUer demon
strates every day that it is making more
cures than anyoetber medical preparation
A aughtr of Mr. C. Jrdan.of Atlanta.
was cured of a serious case of stomnach and
Mr N. T. Joh*nson. of . tianta. ascured
of a long continzued and severe- case of
catarrh which wa, wanping his life away.
Mrs. M. Famr of \Y*-s End. A tlanta,
was completety cured o,f a ten yeats' case
R1ev. A. P.. Van:thz. Canton. G'a.. wa
cured of taciai neural.:ia.alsoof a liver and
kidney trouble~ of n:any years sanding.
Mr<.'T. tS. Pelot, vf A tianta. h::d been an
Invalid 14 yea.". hut Gerin-tm-.rcured her.
Mrs. W.'F. 11eradona. Atiants. Ga., suf
fered with acute cat:.rrh. 4)ne bottle o>f
Germetuer freed hier Tfrom this dreadful U
d aughter of F. T. T.rosinle. of Atlanta,If
had tried every knon r'-meIy for ag
gravate-d dyspo'psia. Two bottles of Ger
i.ur dwi J~r'nett. A tlanta. G.a., had
rbeen affictedI with indigestionI for'.Uvars,
comaot ,lcred with ud i aa Thell.th
tify to the remarkatble curative virtues of
wooes -nature's soft nurse "- refreshing
sleep. stimunlates the' appetite, aids diges
tion. soothbes thbe nerves and insures go
health. For weak women, clerks, bok
Ikeepers, milliners, stenogrphers, house- 1
lUwives, etc., It is the non pareil of all rem- i
Ledies. As a blood purifier and an invrigor- J
ai ting tonic It is without a rival. It Is as j
pleasant to take as lemonade withouit 1
sugar; Is a scientific discovery,5 cnueres
diseases by removg the cause. .Price.
$1.50 per concett ' bottle, which will
make one galon of medicine. as per ae
comp ladirections. JSend stamp for II
For sale by druggists and by EmeG%S a.
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