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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
S-rvicevevery two w%*-1k,,sen :mdi fiurtli
SNI:iy. at 11 a. rl. suidI:tv-whoo' l 1 . Il.
W '%. A. -:1r...4N, l'at.r.
11lice opens . ............ ... - VO a I
Clhxe-aflour bt-olk! Uw :arr Iivatl o
trains per schedulv, viz:
For Colu mb iat........................... .......... . :5 a 1
For (reenville a d the We s ............ I i
For Colutibia..................................... :> :.,
F or L rure s ....... .................................. . .
Oltice will reimain ope i" ........... .5 1:, y s
A p e n .................................................-... -, n
C io st'............................. ............. .......... -, o
h. Mo .0.' , 1-. A.
Good Tobacco at Proetor Todd's
An S horse power portable Engin<
for sale cheap. For prices, &c., appv
at The Herald and News oflice. :;L.
Thie County Alliance will i.:et at
New berry on A ugust 16i,at 10 o'clock
U. m!. J]o.. L. K i-:r,
President County Alliance.
To be good natured, you should liav<
plenty of good wholesome fod to eat
See the stock of McIntosh & Todd.
The First Open Itoll.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon brought it
ye.st-rday two open bolls of 'cotton
frotu his farn near Newberry.
County Emc-cutive Committee.
We have received the following
written on a postal vard, froin W. 1)
Members of the Deo:eroati Execu
tive Conmuitt-e are reqluested to ineel
at Prosperity on Monday, August 1i th
at 1In, a. Il. V. . 1 A 1ny.
Call at Proctor Todd's for the Bailey
Bros'. Tobacco, 40ets. Itf'
Hartford Alliance will have a pieni
on August 21). The public is cordiallh
invite(, and request-d to bring btsket4
Prominent speakers will be present, tc
speak in behalf of the o:der.
B. M. PAYSENCEl,
(". M. B. Ers
E. L. HAYES,
An energetic nn who unilerstand.s
clothing or tailoring to represent us in
Newberry and vicinity, as sales agent.
Splendid fall and winter assortnIIt
now ready. WVanaunaker & Brown,
Philadelphia, Pa. The largest clothing
and merchant tailoring house in Amer
Ely's Celebrated Tu aip Seed.
We have a large supply. Nhne bet
ter. For sale by
BELCHER, 11OUSEAL & N
The Enterprising House,
Universally known as The Newv YorlF
Racket Store, operated by Mrs. .J. N.
Godsey, has been nmoved from the ok
stand on main street, next dloor tt
Wooten & McWhirter, to the new
store house just finished by Mr. R. C
Williams, which is half of a square ur:
.Main street frorn the old( stand. Mrs.
Gdeisop)eninIg upl a larger stock oi
goods than ever before, andl the public
wvould do well to exanmine her goods
and hear her~ prices before nlurchasing
elsewhere. Mrs. Godsey t.ianks tht
public for their p -t -onage in the Past
and solicits the s-unte in the future. 11
When youJ~ want good che.; p Tobacc<
go to Proctor Todd and get that at 25e
per pound. tf
The Newberry Rifles received forts
niew uniforrns ysterday froun Phila.
delphia. They were sent to the R[ifles
by order of the wa Cepartmient. The
uniforms are the Enite-d St :tes regula
tion pattern, and( were obt:Iinlld or!
South Carolina's proportion of the ap
p4ropriat ion foir the State 31ilitia.
The Newberry Riules will leave it:
their new uniforins next Tuesday fot
the summuer encarntptnent at Hentder
sonville. It is nolt ce'rtaini how mans~
men the Rifles will 1:' ke to Hendersoni
ville, hut they hmope t > iake a good
showing among the 'her t ra:Ils at the
Cotton Seed Oil MlitJ.
At a in 2ting of the D)irectors hel 4)r
Monday, T. M. Ne-I was el 'ed Vie'
President, and G eo. S. Mower, attorney.
The order for the engine and boiler wi
p)laced. The BIeck Aultomnatic enIgimne
w'e punrChasedl irorn the Taylor ML.tnu
facturinig Comipanv, of Cht:unbersbu rg.
Pa., and the Iboiler was boutt froni
the Milburn Machine Work~ :, Mern.
phis, Ten n. A lot has b) :n tnurch :4e
frorn Henry Kennedy for S40n, con
tonn 1aer:- fronit:n 0 on t he rail
road and CaldIwell Sti vt. Cont racts
for the buildings w~il be let this w--k
It is expected to hove the mit in oper
ationl by the first of N%overniber.
Acquittal inx the senn Case.
Sl'ARAnt-im. S. C.. August 5.
The jury inl tihe Sellni antd l>liL!and east
retired shortly befo re seven o'cloc*k
after remiaininig out aLboutt hal f an 1hmn1
brought in a v'errieit of atqu:tt LI. TIh<t
case hrs occuied t\Vwo days.--Sp(ecia
to Greenville News.
[David N. Senn and Helena I'o:and
were triedl for the killing of MoseiIh
Senn, the wife of the formiuer. Sent
and his wife and the wornanLt J4d:land
were travelling with a watgon arid thxt
tragedy wa enacLtedl on! thle road foum
years ago. The part ies were convyicteC
aLt a fortner trial of the case. Au :appeu.
wats taLken to thle Snu)~mine Cou4trt anid a1
new trial obt .inIed, wh ilh etr'Is inl an
atcqunittal. The c:1se has cosit tihe(ii iont\
of Spartatthurg, the co rre'sonden1t ol
thbe News and ( "urienr est irntates, frioni
$2,(N00 to $2.50a'-not inceludimng the
recent trial. ?'he dlefenldanits w~ere a.bh:
represetnted by Johnlstone & ( rornelr 0)
W\e ofher One Hundred D)ollars re
wvard for atnv ease oft enLtnrrh thiat can-l
- not he curedl by tatkin~ Ha:ll's (tarrl:
WIe, tile untder-signed, have kniown
F. .1. ('heney, fo th le last 15 vear-s. and1
believe h]im ptIerfect ly 1h onable inl at
ale to carry out anyv obliga ons math 110
byv their firmi.
W\aldinz, Ninnaoo &k\ t Mrin, WXhole
sale D)rugzist<. Toledo 14).
Hall's ( atarrh ( ure ista inte41r
nlally, acting directly upon01 tile bloo(
If you a)re ini neeid of a pair of Spe1-4
tail-s or F.ye- i; latsses go 1o .1. hn 1:
Pianos and41 Organ,s at low prives :n11
First cla1-5 Singintg School0 s taiught
See mle or write' for pa1rticlars.
rf L. A. H.\wms.N5 Ncwhecrrv. S. C.
The idvalks in Newherry i inu n i
p11.1-e-; artnr_ a ill nci.d o)f work.
Thr !.ill N a harb' ru t ahl touEr
uamnt at ii happeli-- onWendy
31sr.W. 1. fit-rbert andl Th-;. IL.
Adiallis will give a barb. eue at topia
onl -atirlday, Augulst 9.
I >r. ( -. W. Ho (Mlld r-tur-1 dt TW'
day* fr11)1 a trip to flaralson, ( ;a., inl
the inter ;t of -Newberry Collc-ge.
Mi .J. N. (Godsev haizmoveved lout
of tle New York Iti(ke:t SUre to Wil
lialin's new builinl oi -NI;lai sireet.
Wmteni& lW N irt r iave rcnted
the storer n latelY OCCUpitd by 31r- .
Godsi ev, :ld will use it for a furiniture
IIon. E. B. Alirray, of Anerson, is
a~iotu.o d this week :s a candidatt
for. Olin-Ss frmll this district.
Sherill' W'V. W. I tiser gave a private
barUni1*lle tv his frielils (it vesterlay at
his pl'iit:atioi ill .N(. 4 TowI\Vnlfi p.
Mr. B. I. Lov(-tm is agent for the
ElihpLe Portrzdt 01"mpanyi for enllarg
inl,- pictures. Ail. ncxt w eek.
A numiber of persons from this comi
tY are at Spartaibrg tii!s week as wit
nes?.es inl the trial of Dave Seni a:un
The Union servives will be held inH
the I t aptit church next unlay night
and tihe sermonV will be preahed by
Rev. E. P. NeCCHtock.
Rev. Dr. Cozbv has been given a va
cation bv his congregLatiol and there
will be no regilar preaehin-Ig in the
Presbyteriaa Church during his ab
Mr. -. B. .Joies, of Newherry, hs
b-in tdrawni as a petit juror inl the ITni
ted Stal-s Court, which inl ?ts on tile
i'Ourth Mon(lay ill Noveniber next.
). B. Wheeler hl:w,- moved to tile
stnrero,r inl the Po(Il buiil.lHng on
'rit.I -street, formerlv occupied b I Dr.
S. Pope. lie will :to(] pianos and or
"als to his sCwinl.- IllaChiIe bsineSs.
.ee his ad Verl isemen-1lt neXt week.
Show cases are sonethin-g every
merchant needs, and as the Atlanta
Show Case CO., Atlanta, Ga., are mak
inlg special ollers. good only thirty
dlays, we woulI advise every one who
is int -rested t-> write them at once.
Cheapest and Ir--t Show Cases made in
the United States always oil hand or
in:lae to or'er oin short lotice.
ir. John 0. Peoles alis returned
fro!u tile allounitaills.
Mir. Geo. A. Afoody ls a vaeation
and has golle No;rth.
Mr. A. Af. Bowers went to Glenn
frs. M,arv A. Evan s oi a v'sit to
AIiss L,izzie G r:li i has returned from
Col. and Afrs. W. H. Hinit, .r., are
spending some time at Glienn Springs.
M1r. J. Z. Salter has returned from a
trip to Edgefield and A'ken.
Capt. J. W. Gary went to Glenn
Spriigs last Thui.day.
Miss Aileen Broaddus has gone to
Mr. amnd M.Jas.Y. Culbreath went
to Glen1 Sprion last Tiiurs.ty.
Mr. .J. Jeff. Lane went to Glenn
Springs on 'Monday.
3Mrs. Jno. R. Spearman, of Colum
hia. is v:sitinLg her father, Col. J. R.
Mfr. and Mirs. T. J1. Mfikell and Mirs.
Satrah Mikel., of Edisto Islandt, are
visiting Mir. H. C. Rtobertson.
MIr. F-re'd A. Sale, of Columbia, rep
re-senting! the 'Etna Life Inisuranice
Company, is spending a few (days ill
Mir. W. Mf. Lane and Mfiss Mfattie
Hen:derson returned from New York
Mir. E. Cabanism and family left Tues
day OH a visit to MIr. Cabaniks' father,
at Shlelby, N. C.
Prof. ('. W. Welch and f-an:ily left
yesterday on a trip to the Lexi~ngton
Fork andi other portions of the State.
MIiss Laura Blease left Tuesday on a
visit ) f:ends and re1htives in G reen
Rev. .1. 5. ('ozby. D). D., and Miisses
WVillie Cozby and Fanni:e BaxtVr left
yesterday for Glennl Springs.
Mir. J. P. Pool returned i'om Hen
dersonville on Tuesday. MIrs. Pool
will remain some time yet.
Mir. W. H. Wallace, of the Observer,
has returntetd frm Glenn SprinJgs. He
is mucnh i mmproved imn health by his
Mir. W. H. Millr, whlo has Ir en
Onl a1 visit to) his damrhter, Mirs. TI. Q.
loozer, has r'tu:rned to his home in
(Columnbia. \l rs. Boozer accompaniied
hin, a:itl will spenid several (lays.
Cal)mair;n Appoi01 nmentsi.
WVe give below theC appointments for
e:tmunpaigni rn:eet ings ftor lhe coun::ty, yet
to bte held, :tili also tIhe dlates andI [>laes
of the ConIgressitonal appoinIItHienti for
C (INTY ATo n:T.
Townip No. 5, .Jahla, A urrust 7.
T own-.hi p No. 9, P rosperity i ounZg's
G'tove i.Aurust S.
ITownsh.i lp No. S. I t min. August 9.
Town h.lip No. 1n, .Joly Street, Au
"-a t I5
TonhpNo. 11, J. C. and WV. L.
T ownship No. 7, Wi Iian s, August
T1wnhi~p No. (, Longshor %,August
TownsrihipI No. 1, New berry(at igh~tt l,
Each I townishuip iru(etinag is to be pre
sidedt over byv the ruernbt-r of the Ex
eetive ConanI)iitttee of that townsh5lip).
iclken- .August 9 ;\Walhalla, August
I2 Andtersonli, AuLgust 1;, A hheville4,
Au ust I ; Newberry, August 21.
1Remembuter that Johin i. Spee(k doeIs
all kilnds- of Watchi, ('lock, Jewelry and
Spmecttle work. Finle wor.k a~ pe
The Comning Season
buyi youtr I ase Bnll gloods at thle lowest
-r Cota -Cola at Peilham's. t
"Cca-Colda renews thle vigor of t lie in
telleet, an:d relieves in:ental exhaustion,
rendlerin:g the flow otf thioulght mr<r
eas andI t lie rI-:sIoninIg power mor~e v*ig
(trots.,iorluiets to iinenit:l c-learness andt
activ ity, freedlomi from fatitrue and
of lie largeI citi s of tIhe Soth hias:1
take a pit:1It iontt tile very front oif all
th' lt':oimng :uni me.,t p~lotular soda
Diae lies in onbuI lsh ior th e weatk;
a feeble consltitution 0 is ill :shi1pted to
eznt-ouniter a1 in:tIhiriouis atmoitsphetre andI
-.udd'e: ch anmges of? eierneratulre, antd
the least robnust aie usuaIly t lhe 'asiest
vitim. D)r. .1. H1. .\tl Lns Salrsapa
mill-iwilliv-e tone.,vitalityandisi reig.thi
t time entire botdy.
John1 F. SpI eek hais thle largest anid
in -.tdilpi-i oIt f Spectacles and1 Eve
antly ihing ini this line. Evxes catrefuilly
i: d w'itht theO best ghis5Les to tte
fouml. 'i I \.
The Cioty CampaiL:11 Opened.
Thle re"Gular ('u-iy (':tnipaign as, or
<iertl i the E tiai1Cmtntte
speed on-1:i. atra0A atadlington's
i ( .2 % T swlhip. '.tlie edit:r of The
Ileraid anil News w%enjt dowi to .'
aid hear the niwhitie put in )peratioi.
'ile atteildaie was small anLlld tle
elthusiasil was less. lin fact, nio one
SeeTned to be interest"d v l n much onle
way (i the other. The candilahtl
sp,ke, but there wa- not a particle it
applause given any speaker, and the
voers appeared altogether iiidiflerent.
Whelither the at':] all have their
minds inicade li. (I whether they are
tired ()f all th.-- turimloil aini strife we
have haid within the I)enimratic party
for tle past two mionths are (uestioIs
we will not answer.
('ol. E. S. Kt-itt introduced tile
Mmo. W. ". Beniot, of Abbeville, a
eandfidate f-or ('4nigress, who had been
inl the oility ffor a day or two drove
lown an imade a short talk. As his
tilite was Irmited he did linot enter fully
into a usion of the Alliance cate
chisim. 'Ir. Beliet said lie % as not a
farmie.-le was a lawyer. but that lie
liad been identifled with the farmer's
mov4wellient 1*roI its inceptioli. He had
prepared the hill.s accepting the Clem
S-m blql -t and establishing ('lellsoni
( 'ulhle anil li:l fought for them in
the L(e*shiture. le was the first nian
in this State to delliand a St-ite priia
rY. As to the Alliance catechism he
said lie only had time to sneak of a
part of it and he would taKe up the
He said that one of his oppolents,
Mr. Norris, who endiorses the bill en
tirely, goes beyond Mr. Polk, McCune,
and others who are at the head of the
Alliace. The present hill contains
principles they favor. That is as tar as
aliy one OUlgt to be asked to go in the
support of a measuire. He sai I he was
irl entire syiipathy and accord with,
and could muost lie::rtily endorse, the
pu ses and pinciples of the sub
treasury bill, but the present bill lie
cmihl not eidorsv. iin its entirety. I le
had not tili- to discuss;, tile causes
which had hroi-hit about a demand
fir some such legislation. The legisla
tion inl Cogress for the pIst twenty or
twenty-five years had been ill the ill
terest of the money power. Usually
the prie of the erop is fixed before it is
There was need of more monev. The
value of the crop:4 is about seven bil
limis dollars, and the available mtioney
to h1ai(fle or move it is Only onle billion
le imentioned one objection to the
sub-treasury hill. Ili section 2 it 1)r(
vidvs that every "owner" of proauce
can use the warehouse just the same as
the producer, aild this would let in the
nioney lenders and cotton buyers with
the producer. He did not see how the
warehouse would be any benefit to the
poor farmer. lie was in favor of a bill
that would put more imoney in circu
lation. The monley in circulation
should be increased four or live times
what it is nlow.
When Mr. Benet iad finished, Col.
Keitt introduced tile County (andi
dates. Speeches were made' by Cole.
L. Blease, E7q., Hon. Geo. S. Mower,
Mr. Jno. W. Scott. candidates for the
Legislature, and Capt. -Jno. F. Banks,
Mr. Arthur Kibler and Mr. F. W.
Hii , 1uidates for School Coi
The bar,ecue was very good, ..nd
the profits from the diner, we under
sLand, go to the school ill that comm
nitV. We heard during the day that
there wouldl be probably two or
three other candindates out for the Legr
islatture, but we pres-rne they will Lie
aennounced iin due time.
Tlhe crops ini that section and alongr
the road fromi Newberry there are very
TI' l RI OGE Ro0AD1 MlETING.
On last Thutrsday we attended a bar
hectue at Ridge Road, in No. 1t) Town
shin, given by Messrs. Wilson and
Bobb. Tfhe canldidates had been in
vited to be present and talk to the
voters. The editor of The Herald and
News was asked to inltroduce the
specakers, which lhe did. Tfhere was
not a full atti"ndance of candidates.
The voter s gave good at tention to the
speakers, but there was noenlithusiasm,
andc they seemed very indh "'erent.
-Speechies were miade by .Jno. WV.
Scott anid Cole. L1. Bllease, candidates
for tile Legislature, anud Dr. C. T.
Wyche, whuo said lie was not a candi
dlate, andc Arthutr Kibler arnd Jno. F.
Banks, can tdidates for School Comnimis
sionier, anid .J. H. Chappell, candidate
The barbfecue<dinner was a good onie,
ando we enjoyed it very much.
Both these lilcetinigs passed off
A ineeting wiu held on Tuesday in
No. 3 Townlship, on Wednesday at
('romiers, in No. 4, and( to-day' thle
meieting will h;a at .Jalapa, No.~5, to
nioi(rrow at Prosperity, and Satu rday
at Itopia, in No. S.
The n:eeting at Prosperity promises
to be nit:resting. Several of the Con
gressionial canLIdidlates, we understand,
arc to be there.
In fact, we uniderstandl speeches are
to he mlade to-night (Th ursday) at
Prosper'ity, by Hon. WV. C. .Benuet anid
R1ev. Jf. A. Shigh. arid possibly others.
It is probable tuat more interest will
attach to) the Couinty Campaign after
this week, as the eaucus at Prosperitv
next Monday wIll have decided th'e
maatter for one 01r two pirospectiv'e leg
The timie is short. Only t wo weeks
i'rom? to-morrow before our first prinma
ry election is to be held.
A pleasant and certain cure
for D)ianiluea, Dysenitet y, Chol
era Morbus andu all affections of
the Stomach and Bowels.
Prepared and sold at
ROBEIRTSON & GILDER'S
Corner D)rug Store.
TO THE PUBLIC.
)Owing toi c'nt inuied advancie in thle
irice of Iee, and thle unset tled con
o il ion of the Iee iniarket, I am abso
lately f r'cud toi cdvanclie the price
of ice. I al-.o earnestly beg to assure
myi pa t roins t hat I wvill exert every effort
to suipply themu at the lowest isossiblde
'1':thly, no' one tlhi'm' has C:eusied -iuch a
i-4,ral ival oif ra' le ae. tRo)elsOe &
.:r's i Dug 'lore as hijr o1v;.ig a~:way 01
ofe IDr. 1 is New~' mscvery, lfor onusumnpt ion
I *ir' r:tue ia snaplv eo:mnious in this veri
Ivalual:'c :i N ile treinl t lhe i,et that it aclways
eiur, and neveru *;i-oninjits. Conirhi. Col' Is.
A 'i.na. burnchit ic. Croupr. amiu all threoat arit'
lunzi in-es, 'Uiek y cirul'u. You can test it
iltii.h" 1v riby Cl iin. a I rial i ,i iCe free
air!'e 3:z. I1. l':ve'ry bol Ie waaetec.
A l)uty to Yourselft.
It is SuIrpr'isinug that peole will use a
scure a valuable En:lglishi one fo;r the
sanije monu1ey'. Dr1. Acker's Enghlishu
pills are~ a p)o.s;f;re ('ure for sic'k-licad
ache anid all liver' trotule. They tare
sm:ll. swect, ''asilyv takeni and do noit
grip. S 'ld by ihlher, Houseal & Kib
ler. 'ip h1osite Poislofice.
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures
D uring the next twvo weeks I will
make a special reductionl on Pictures.
Iluhose wisinnlg to ornuamnlt their par
Ior's, drawing r'ioms, ke-, will findi it to
theuir advanutare to call en mec durin'
that time. Yonurs,
Stf Z.F WmT.
Helena Heraldings and News Net.
MNlr. and Mrs. (o. Rolpp have r'
turied frinm Walhalla.
IMr. and Mrs. C. J. Zobel are vi-itin
friendsat Butler's, in Edgeh('Woufnty
iiss Ernmna B zhardt, of I1 os
wick, ( a., is on a visit to her ant,
Mirs. Etuma Halfavre.
Nliss Georgie Hipp, of Laurens, ii
onIt a visit to Miss Ada Siocklevy.
Mr. L. K. Vance, of Colittbi., wa
onl a visit last w( ek to his sister, M rs.
Miss Av la Jenkins, of Peddleton, i*
visiting her aunt, Mirs. (;aillard.
Ir. Wns. Welch, of C4jUlubia, aftr
spnding a wek with his parelits, left
for Saluda where he wih sIelti tle
Miss Carrie Strother, who ret urnel
to the village for a few days, while w.
the way to her home at Valhalla, had
a pleasant party of her Newierry
friends to call on her by moonlight.
There was one, who would have hc:-n
deligited to have met her "by moon
light alone." Miss Carrie h:s 111an.
friends and admirers.
Two of Edgetield's ebharin-ig citi
zeus, Captain and Mrs. Charlton, 1iill
a recent brief visit to the mospitable
villa of our neighbor across the line
J. Y. Culbreth, Esq. They were r-turn
ing from (,lenn Sirinlgs.
Mr. James Nix, of Georgia, is st.q..
ping for a few days with his kinsman,
Mr. Win. Pitts.
Mr-. Noah 0xiier, of Greenwood,a..-d
her brother, Mr. Arthur Bowen, of
Georgia, were in the village 1;t week.
Mrs. Oxner had not seen her brother
since early childhood.
MYr. and Mrs. G. M. latcilhtte, of
Spartanburg, are speiviinu a few dav
with their relative, Mr. M. J. Scott.
A roaring sound the other nihit -
thought to be wind bWy *smre :i d an
approaching train by Ohvoh... it)
have been a territiv rain at, ha ills,
.falapa, ete. Bridges were datrigeti.
the earth wiashed tilt and 1i1any we're
afraid of injury to the roof of I heir
houses-so heavy was tile downiiutir.
The singing circle will nicet at Mr.
Scott's residence to 11iglit.
The Sundav-school and prayer-teet
ing were well attended last Sumniav.
Mr. W. F. Wright iade a very inter
esting talk at tli- prayer meeting.
Let us be patient toward all men,
and polite politically. The right of
private judgnmeit and the liberty of
conscience were established as livit.,
principles long ago. Let us riot go back
ward. S.N Sol-tf.
NOTES FROM EXCELSIOR.
Miss Alma Wheeler is visiting reln
tives at Saluda.
Politics is getting lively and the can
didates are moving around.
School has a good attendanc:. of pU
pils and is moving along nicely.
Miss Lora Nates visited relatives at
Prosperity last week.
The recent rains have brightened tip
the crop prospects considerably. Po
tato patches are also pronis;ng.
Miss Sallie Kinard, of Ridgeroad, is
visiting relatives in this neighborhood.
Mr. J. S. Werts and family, of Saluda,
visited relatives in this community last
week. Mr. Werts informed us that
the crops around Saluda were very
good, especially the cotton crop.
Owing to the illness of Mr. James ).
Kinard, lest week. his school at L.he
Gallman Academy had one w-'ek's va
cation. School opened again on Mon
Capt. J. A. C. Kibler called out his
hands last week and put his section of
road in good condition. We haven't
s"en a county commissioner on our
ror d] this , .ar, but the road is kept iln
good condition just the same.
TURNIP SEED! TURNIP SEED!!
Buist's tulrnip) Seed are famous
throughout the South for their great
purity and fine quality, always cer
tain to grow. Always ask for
Buist's Seeds and1 take no other.
For sale at Robertson & Gilder's
corner Drug Store. if.
SECOND DIsTRICT C'EN5t's.
Anproximna'e Flguren of the Several C'it;em
in the Olistrict.
[Special to Charleston WXorld.)
Anln.N, Aug. 1.-The followinig is an
app)roximiate list of the recent census
of the nine county townus aiid townl
ships in the second district, given by
Mr. Delivan Yates, supervisor. They
may undergo soIeI chanigee in the ofli
cial count at Washington, but wi' I be
found substantially correct. As Edge
field C. H. lies witfin two townships,
its population was rnot brough t out here
anid cannlot be known until the Wash
ington oflice mak"e' itS report:
Aiken township, incwluc ing Aikeni C.
A iken C. H., 2,:164.
P ickens township, Ed.eefiel.:1,b::4.
L-xington towvnship, iincludinug Lex
iniZtonr C. H., 2,4158
Winnsboro towpshiip, F~a irfiel
Newherry township, inicluO'ng New.
berrly C. H., 4,881.
Newber-ry C. H., .':,0:14.
Union t owniship, i nclu .1ing 'n ion
C. H., I 100.
(Chester township, iincludi ng ( hester
C. H., (,954.
('hester C. H., 2,71n2.
York towrnship, includinhg Yorkvil't
C. HI., 3,240.
Yiorkville C. H., 1,554.
Colunmbia township, incellud'ing (Ci.
It is very imiporiant in t his aige of
vast miaterial progress that a reimedv
be pleasinrg to the triste an I to thle eve
'ailv takenr, acc-eptable to the sti'machr
andi( healthy in iN nilature anid eflects.
P'ossessingi these (Iialities, Syru p of
F'igs is the one perfect laxative an'd
most1 gentle diuretic krnowin. W. E.
P'imples, boils and other hunions, are
liable to appear wheii thne looid ge-t
hatedl. The best remedy is D)r. Mc
('olifirmi outr stattelienit whieii we sity
that Acker's English iR-rinedv is i'n
every way supeioir to any aiud cli itheri
pr1eparationis for lie Throatt end Lu ngs.
In Whoop:nig (Ciugh arnd ('roup~ it is
iiagic andiw relieves at oniice. Wet ollii
you an samp lle ibottle free. Itemember,
his Remiedy is soild 011 a poitsveiy
guarantee at Beleher. Hou,mseal & Kib.
Ier's D)rug Store.
H-ave you read "Lookiing Backwardl
arid "Marie Bashikirntseflf''' If not, g'
to) the Book Store anid get themiu at
The transitIon from long. lingering amo
nanful sick ness to robust iheallh m-trks ani
epichi in the health or the indiividua:l. Siteh
a remarkable event is treasuried in rte mzem
ory' ahi the argency whe-rebyv the good health:
has been attained is gratefully blessed. hi-nec
it ist!hat so much is heard in praise ofrEiertric
Bi'ters. So many fe-el thiey owe their resto
ration tohealth to the use or the Great Al
terattve ronic. If you are' troubleid with anv
idiseai- of Kidneys. Liver o stomach. of lonhr
or sh'ort standing yon will surely lint relief
byv muse or Electric Bitters. sol. at 50'. $1
l)er biottle at Robert-tin & Gilder's Dirug
Alr. "ilivhol Pratt, formerly of New
yd da t Brook-viile, 'iss., a few
fr. Javob Wicker, of Walton, died
n Thur-zdiy, .lly ist, aged 7: years.
Daisy WelI, tihe daughter of M:-.
and .1 r-. R. A. Welch, died oil Friday,
ist instant aged 1n years.
.lobert Kibler, omi of Air. ano Mrs.
IR. . Bryant, if f rangeburg, died
Saturday. i ih-tant aged one year and
Mrs. Ilann:ai Iftinierson. mother of
Mrs. J. 11. AM. Ruff, died at the resi
d(ce 1 of er da ughIter, Alrs. Rutf in
Newberry, on -it inst.. aged 74 years.
he had Le ('ntin.:d to ner bed for
:14)Ut tvlo ye:ars.
Two )aily Paper4 for Spartanburg.
Seagraxm::;, S. C., .July 3o.-It
lc)oks as if Spa,rtaniUn bur will have two
daily papers. \. solid coripany has
bCeTl fortIlled, :l.id si-lit for a Collililission
nlltier the imie of the Spartanburg
'blishing ( Minlp:myV. lThe caPital is
n, d a dii he porporators Joseph
WValker, 1). E0. Convers,e. W. E. Bur
nette, S. .1. Simpson, W. A. Law, John
H. 3lt gom-ry and Jolti B. Clev
lainl. Stflicienll stock ha.1s been sub
scriibeiu t1n4.r the "tablishlment of
the paper and the town has not yet
been canva.ed. Thle paper will be de
voted to the interests of Spartanburg,
and the editor will be Mr. J. Conway
Garlington, of Laurens, an experienced
At the smitle time the stock of the
Herald is being doulded under their
present charter, and Mr. Jones will
issue a daily in adition to the weekly
paper now issued. He secured the
stock that lie askel for. It is not appa
rent that two paiprs can sueeved lvre.
but the war is wa11gll.
[Slieial to) NewV. 1nd Curier.)
SIPA ).Nn:lSO , .\gsT 1.---'or ser
eral days it lIwkdt as if i hee would be
t Wo dalY paprs hele. but t ile two colil
panics c:ue together yesterday and
agr,eed ti un1*e til start the Dailv
I ferald at an early day. J. C. Garling
ton and W. .1. Jones will be the asso
Corns, Wart- atid Buniong
Removed qiickly and surely by using
Abott's East Imfian Corn Paint.
Hair aill goll .elp covered with
eruptions, and pains in all of his limlbs,
a dreadful case of disease, yet P. P. P.
remained master of the situation, a
cure was aficeted, and the patient, the
marshal of 'Monticello, Fla., says his
hair has grown out. and that be is a
well 1111ia. This cure spread far and
wid, and niow the drug stores of
Monticello buy P. 1'. P. in large quan
Caution to Mothers.
Fvery mother is cautioned against
giving lj:r child laudanun oi paregoric;
it creates an untiatmral craving for
stimulants which kills the mind or the
child. Acker's Baby Soother is
specially prepared to benefit children
and cure their pains. It is harmless
and contains no Opium or Morphine.
Sold by 1eicher, Houseal & Kibler.
A Healthy Growth.
Acker's Blood Elixir has gained a
firm holdI onl the American people and
is ackniowledged to be superior to all
other p)repairationls. It is a p)ositive cure
for all Blood anld skin I)iseases. Thbe
medical fraternit y mduorse and p)rescribe
it. G uaranlteedl aInd soldl by B3elcher
HGuseal & Kibbier,
Di;gnity of Human Nature.
"I do nlot dream," said William E.
Chan ning, "when I speak of the divine
capacities of human nature. It was a
real page in which I read of patriots
and mlortyrs-oft Feneloni and howard,
(of Hamlpdenl :mld W\ashlingtofl," The
dignity oif humnan nlature should make
tus all guardians of thc vivifying spark,
eveni if thle law of self-preservation
were nlot stronlgiy implllanlted in every
onle's breast. Thbis, thenl, is why, espe
cially iln mlalarial districts, no Anmeri
can homie should be withotut a bottle of
IDr. W\estmnoreland's Callisaya Tfonic
In its formiula are concentrated the
revealed remnedies that research has
discovered to tile student world of
hmedicinle. To( the depresse5d, enervated
and debilitated, and( those suffering
from chIronic ailmencIts and blood affec
tionls, it thle boon of the age. It cani
be had from, lRobertson, & Gilder.
GENTIxIx E-I have suflered for
years wvithi a kinld of Tfetter, or break
lug otut all over my body, and at times
these small pimUples wouldI teriniate
in boils. Wnile traveling in the South
last year I had occasion to try a bottle
of P. P. P'., wIch was recommended
to meI by a friend, and to my surprise it
hlped)C( meI so muchel that I got six
bottles more, and after taking the full
conItenIts, I felt better thlan I had since
the begiinning of iiny trouble, and while
I hlave no( symlptomls of tile disease re
tturninlg. I am still using the wonderful
blood mleiine at intervals, and am
fully sati:,fedl thlat I will be entirely
cur-el of a dise:ise that for fifteen years
hlas troubled me. I cannot express my
gratitudle to you for so1 wonderful a
benefactor as your P. P. P. (Prickly
Ashl, Poke iloot and( Potassiumli), I am
yours truily, .IACAT P'ETE1tS,
TIravelinlg -alesmnan, Savannah, Ga.
Many people habitually enidure a
feeling of utin ide, because they thinik
they have to. If they would take D)r.
.J. H-. Me LeanI's Sarsaparilla thlis feeling
of weairmess wo'uldl give place to vigor
ADv)1ElTis El) 1.ETTEIIs,
l.ist of l-Iiers unehltiietl :u inidvert ised
4 -airl weI I, 3.' s I 'h:m:aJI.uns i nuk ney
. .. lnon, ilis% .\inr:n .1 ikins, I'barle
I'ox. w~ ini. II. 3Iieg neen, NeisonI
Chir;. .1. (. i iwI:ie1 rs. Ao naI
lisher. Pur. wV w. Th:urkon. nI. I .
Ii;ruen. 1: M1:w411 sn H t
liL t icks, toh :w& ' V l llir
I. Mii ooIn.1.., 1P. 3M.
IIapp1uiness- anel Cuint-ent ment.
':annot0 go 1hand1 ill hland if we look
onthe Ida i14rk side Itf every lit tle obf stacle.
Nothling will -ii da:rken lite and make
it a lurdent lu , i> yst 1psiaI. Ac-ker's Dyvs
plepIsa Tahu!ets w ill eureIc I he worst form
of Dyvsputlsia, (Coni i t itin and14 indiges
tion1, :and1Il ta- li fe-: a hppiness and
lea&~sure. oli -..'5 an 5111* cents by
Ilcheri , II ius al &\ Kler.IL
A bsolutely Pure.
A '-reaml of i rtr .i ingI1. p)owder
Highest of all in leavening strength.
r S. 7 iw :r a a la Iiiport. Anfj. 17, 1839.
"A BLACK LIAR."
Sensational Scene at the Hampton County
CampaJgn Meetliug-Candidate Tillman
Tigorously and Directly Denouuced
-Nearei a Row Than Ever.
LFrom the News and Courier report of
the Hampton meeting on Friday.]
Tilltman was in the midst of his talk
about an aristocracy. lie was being
plied with frequent queries. which, to
:ay the least, gave hini considerable an
noyance. He was not in the best of
moods, and by personal and often abu
sive answers showed that he had a
somewhat high temper. Hecalled his
interlocutors "bull yearlings," sug
gested to them "they had no sense,"
asked that they "shet Up if they had
no dec--ney," told sonie one lie was "a
jackass," and used a number of other
remarks which showed a feeling alto
gether different from what he has dis
played at other meetings, and it had no
good etlect on his auditors. Tilitian
seened to take umbrage at some of the
first questions asked hin, which, lie
said, were directly personal.
H- was asked by soni one towards
the outer edge of the crowd: "You
have talked about peijured nit, how
many of them have we here?"
Tillman: "You know thei as well
as 1. Why do you a:sk?"
Voice: "Who are they? I want yuu
to name them."
Chorus of four or live: "Who is the
man? Name hini."
Tillman: "I'll nanie all nine of
them." Reaching to his vest pocket
and drawing out a slip of paper lie said:
"Here is where I keep my bullets."
Tillman started to read the list, and
called out distinctly from his notes:
"Biernan of Oeoiiee, Buist of Charles
"Voice: "We want the nano of the
Hampton man, not the others."
Tilitman: ', Whie I get to hitmt yoU
won't know the difieence to-1iorrow.'
Continuing Ihe list, Ie read f lie nane
of Byrd, of' Williamsburg.
As sooll as lie niellt ioit'-1 l w .le 11:111le of
loore a 11ai was SPelt 1o1) it lt ! he
front, pushing his way through the
crowd, from an entirely dill'rent direc
tion to the person who had asked the
question. He came with his hat wav
ing in one hana and his right hand
clinched. Advancing boldly ::id with
a detiant look came NJr. A.P'.Youmnans.
Looking Captain Tillman in the face
he hurled at him this epithet, as well
as could be heard in the confuon:
"Captain Tillman, you are a liar, a
black liar. You can't prove the charge
of perjury. We rammed the lie down
your dirty throat at Ridgeway. You
lied then and you knew it.
There was a rush for Mr. Youmans
and the stand.
Mr. Harrison cried out: "Tillman
you area liar if you call General Moore
Men caugh t hold of each others coats,
trying to pull them away from tile
front of the stand. There were hurrahs
for Moore, and pandemonium pre
vailed. It was like a storm ready to
break forth in all its fury.
In the very front of the crowd were
three men who were especially demon
strative. They were the Hamilton
brothers, all of them rabid Tillmanites.
They waved their hats and frantically
swore that no one should touch Till
man. One of them weighed about two
hundred pounds and his cries were
uttered with terrible violence. An
other of the brothers was so enraged
thas he was pail with anger. But there
were others who were equally as angry.
Chairman McSweeny rushed to the
front of the stage and 3 elled ouit: "Gen
tlemen, I beg you, for the honor of
Hampton County, to keep quiet." The
request fell upon deaf ears. T1hen he ap
"I beg you to keep quiet. For God's
sake don't let us have a row. Hush a
minute. (No response.) For the sake
of the ladies who are here, for the
women whom we all honor, keep
The! crowd listened to this appeal, and
it had its effect. Fr'iends of Mr. Harri
son had caught both of his hands and
led him out, of the crowd. Mr. You
mans was pushed back into the crowd.
He had said wvhat he wished. The
Hamiltons and others wvere around the
stand, and the said Tillnmonicon yellow
striped legislative candidate was'stand
ing beside Tillman.
Captain TIilIman had made no reply
to Mr. Youmians except "I can prove
it." As soon as lie could obtain any
thing like quiet he went over the sanme
ground on which lie has based his
charges lof perjury. In addition
he said: "But why should these men
take this thing up? General Moore is
my friend. I met him this morning
and shook his hand us a friend. He
said nothing to me about this miatter,
and if he did not resent it I do not see
why these men should have done so. I
look upon General Moore as a p)ersonal
friend. What right has a man to say I
took the lie at Ridgeway when he
knows he lies. General Moore is a true
man, and I be:ieve he sees hiserrors
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Hlest Salve in the world for I'utis. Sores,
lirnises, Ulcers, Salt Rhleumi, Fever S,,res, 'ret
ter, Cha:pped llandics. Ilhilba:ins, i 'orns and
all Skin ErptiLons, and positively cures
Piles or no pay requir.-d. It is guairanteed to
give perfect sat isfacetion. or mon)tey refunded
Price 25 cents per box. For sate by Rtobert
son & Gitlder.
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50e
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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The Lililil (lii al[ Cola8l8
J. N. MARTIN, AGENT.
GOODS TO BE CONVERTED ITO
THE HARD CASH
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE.
Will sell our entire Stock of Goods in the store room under Hotel
Jerome, consisting of a choice stock of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AT AND BELOW
NEW YORK COST.
NO HUMBUG, WE MEAN BUSINESS.
To close out our fine stock of White Goods in checked, striped and plain,
OUR DRESS G-OODS,i
CA LICOES, BLEACHINGS,
SHEETINGS, TABLE DAMASK,
And all goods in the Dry Goods line
AT NEW YORK COST.
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Boys, Youths, in endless varieties
and grades, in all sizes, to be sold
AT NEW YORK COST.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
In all the lines common with
FINE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, WHITE UNLAUNDE RED SHIRTS
FANCY SRIRTS, FLANNEL SHIRTS, UNDER WEAR,
HALF HOSE, HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS,
CUFFS, NECK WEAR, STRA W HATS,
ALL TO BE SOLD AT NEW YORK COST,
DON'T FORGET THE
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FOR GREAT BARGAINS.
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EX' T 'SESSIOM OPENg OCTOBER 1, s t helret,tli tect,adh
.a 1890. (lsia adPhilosophical Cours-duigtep tyerben ho uhl
er.cireparty Deparment under the mostrnvtd eoee n eitdwt
Tota epnse for session of nine months: - TALY AC TPf
krepartr Dpartment, $14 Busines
Course wil require the dor four monthsanofesidcm tsorheao
studies $60 to 890.
Send for Catalogue to lgtadar apeRoso is
(U. W. HOLLAND, PH. D., D. D). or o n odBts lvtr
AT COLUMBIA, S. C, mriaaeofptng.
?RADUATE COURSES. UN-W SEES, B . OT
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3 literary and 6 scientific. Also sorter ______ ---
and elective courses. Professional 9
corssinLw,Phrac,Veterinary TLBT O S
equipped laboratories; four shops and IAUFCTRIS
miodel rooms; new infirmary.
Tuition fee, $40 Der session; other fees, EGNSADBIES
$20 (including infirmary fee, covering SX IL,GITMLS
medical attendance, nmedicine, etc.).
Table board, $10 to $12 per month, Aeakolde ob h etee
Room renlt free. Total expenses, in- sl nti tt. We o u
cluding fuel, lights, washinlg, books, oeo hm o r aife
etc., about $180. ta o aemd
Session opens first Tuesday in Octe- noms-e
ber. Entrance examinations held thewrt fo ou pic.
J. M. McBRYDE, Prc-ident.COTNIS
LLLND) OWNERS ARE RE
Aquired by law to remove fromV.CBAHMGe!Ag,
thle runing streams of water on their
lanids all trash, trees, ratfts and timber, CO U BA S.C
(luring the mionth of August in each HoeOfcaidF to, iho
year. GEO. B. CROMER. V.
and Df'rs inducloermet r theacom
sodaton eof3a itsatns Has acimous,
curig htan a hr med pRepams onfis
flnr t anordCo BtsEevor
Ac dughteuer perisiordn of Mrs.nt
E.E.ast ated of Lokous Pontmc and
te, omkoutel Montin, en
Thel roubltr oes. b titatn
tion Johwns of hisnt patc-rndt
meri a shar cotnf pandage.e caeo
F .M FarGERS of . P O Tlat
Popiaetor.ru t: M angr
I u~~~red fack ln redg to the bes ever
4 r~s. in .Pe,fAthi n t . hnyo b uya
inei 14 ter, yut r te catsfed hr i
Gemthat free he m hi ad fu
A Wdatght r o ur rcs.o Alna
mt bottom higres
Oh LY PE RFE~1 V. r. Lei BADHtt Atl, Gn' hAg.
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Cler B. C.a C.eue.I bidsu t n
FOR SA LE BYhelhFowekwenclksbok
0. B. W HEEL ER, els sabodprfe n nivgr
NSEWBEREY, S. C. laatt aeaslmnd ihu
maeon.. allno.edc,ams pr
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