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Mulberry Denocratic Cl:ib
Will reet onl -Monlay, 1'th inlstait
at Mr. Tli)s. W. Keitt'.1, at 4 p. in.
(;ood Tobacco at Prwutur Toil's.
25 cents. tf.
The South Carolina Lutheran ;-zynod
will meet in Newberry the third week
in October next.
The State Convention the W. T. C.
U. will meet in -Newberry the fourth
week in October next.
To be good natured, you should have
pleuty of good wlolesone foo i to eat.
Sef tihe stock of McI I ItoshI & Tid d.
A New Paper for Newbwrry.
\EWnEnBRY, Au.- r. Sanlipsoll
Pope is to establi.h a new week!v
paper here to be called The Voice of
the People. It is to be a Deimocratic
Farmers' movernent paper. October is
the time set for the publication of the
initial intoer.-Speciato the Ciar
Ely's Celebrated Turnip Seed.
We have a large sup,ly. None bet
ter. I-or sale by
13ELCH ER, 1H01-SE.AL 4k K1 ALEn.R
C. N. It, L1. M. 1.
Com- ma A-Iugust -).- --Col.-jame.s G.
Gibbs has completed the survey of the
Columbia, Newberry and Laurens rail
road as far as Clinton. le will shortly
begin to survey fronm Greenw-ood lo
Johustone, where the road will, per
haps, connect sfouthward with the
South Bounid and northward with the
road from Greenville toI Knoxville,
Tern., the construction of which was
arranged for in Knoxville list week.
Special to Charleston World.
Coca-Cola at Pelhau's.
"Coca-(ola renews the vizor of the in
telleet, and relieves miental exhaustion,
rendering the flow of thoou1ht more
easy and the rcas;)i wieI r i 1io1re vig
orous, conduces to intital clearness and
activity, freeloni frin IIt fatIgue ald
power of endurazince.
It has gained an enviable reputation
as having fJiU cdgr merit, and in most
of the large cities of the South has
taken a potsitionl at thle very front of all
the leading and miost popular sodlaI
This p)opulalr summner -beverage fur
n ished ice-cold, at 5e. glass. at P'elhiam's
Patrick Military Institute.
This school is located at Anderson, S.
C., and managed by a Board of Trus
tees, with Col. John B. Patrick as the
Principal. Its exceptional ad vantages
are commended to the youth of the laud
who desire an edutcationI that develops
both body and mind. The next session
begins September 1ith.
John F. Spe'.k has the largest aLnd
finest dlispiay of Speetaclhe- and Eve
Glasses ini tihe city. Call if you need
arny thing in this line. Eyes carefully
fitted with the best glasses to he
Cain paign A ppointrmenuts.
W\e give below th e appoinlt men ts for
campaign rueet ings fo r thle county l, yet
to be held, aur'i ailso t he dates ai Places
of the (Ciongresinlapin:et o
thiis district :s.gm;la.pitu~t o
Towni-ihip No InI, .Jolly Street, Au
Townishi:p No. I:I, .J. C. alai WX. L.
Litzey, A ugulst 1;.
TIownship PNo. 7. W il'i:uiis, A ugust
Townsip No. (;, I.ing.hores, August
AUTownshi No. 1, N.'wberry!at night),
E~achm townshipj meeting is to) he pre~
sided over byv the rrneniber of the Ex
ecutive Co;minittee oft that township.
WVe oft'er One HIunidrel l)ollar's re
ward for- any case of cat:irrhi that Canm
not be cuired by, takini JIlalls ( ataLrrh
do, ()O.is7 oe
We, the unzdersignied, have known
F. J1. Cheniev for the last 15 years, arnd
believe himt perfect ly h onorable in all
business transactions, and 1fiancially
able to carry out anyv obligations mad'e
by their tirm.
'West & Traux, WXhiolesale Drugists,
WValding, Kinnanr & Mlarvini, Whole
sale D)ruggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's ( atarrhi ('ure is taken inmter
nahlly, ac-tinlg dhirecty u pon the bloodg
arnd mucous surfa~ces of thec system.
'Testimionals senlt free P'rice 75'-. per
battle. Soldi by all I ruiggists.
Ofr for Hlemiersongrville.
A deta-linnent of the Newhecrrv
Rtilles uinder eommniar. f C(aptain S. .I.
.le('aughiri n, m areced froni th ir
armiory oni Tuiestiay rno'rniingz arid took
the early traini for Hendel(rsgonville, v'ia
A.lstoni. wvhere they go into caino for
twoV( weeks. They~ will take hart in the
pize con:tests thire next w.eek.
Thle fdolowmi. iig'wmbgers of' thec emn-f
panry went to) 1Hendersonlville-:
Tnd( L.ieulte:nnt- - i.. F. hRi-er.
Privates--XW. W. Ho:rn,bv, F-. B.
3etsh. I ohet. I.. Kibgler,' JIo. A.
Eddy, WV. A. MIr-'ai, WV. A. Fanit,
Israel Brown-.J Js. Si-ott., Duncian
Hutnter, J1. R. .-mith, Harry TI. WVhite-.
Quartermai:ster-WV. F. Beiher.
The Ititles ha:ve Iiahundg their c:lnnp
'-O'Neall," in honoigr ofl JIohn Beltoni
The New erryv 8and has been en.
gaged to lay 'iingil the G ala~ Weekg
at Hfllenerjvile. andi will leave
P'iami n<,igd )irgans at lowprvesan
easy t-rmsu. 1 es: intrum -t fents onily.
First -l:as. innaing Schoogels taughlt,
St-e me or write for pa rtculars.
Pictures, P:-tures, Pictures
D)urinie.the. nExt twgo week-. I wil
rmake a speial rid:g-:iggn (gln 1 Pitures
Tlho(se wishing to gornamftent their pear
hors, <ir:win;a r''r.s, &c.. will thui it t<
their advata;t. to call on mie duin:.a;
that t ire. \rs.
I lo*S AN) AL At o:T.
Th pr1 iirar el''tjion taike. thlaL1 on
Friday August :.o2d.
apt Ii I. Folk declines. tl h: :a Van
didate for the I.e;i-lature.
SIr. Jolin tli. D junica;n i I anonlced1 as
a can.idate for the Legislature.
-mr. S. j). B'oor is "havinr the inl
terior of iis tore kalsonio-d and
3Nil'. .1. M. J0oh!I-i0tI is :01111114ed as
a (:and!idate for re-eletiun to I fie Iou
of Represen tatives.
Mlr. 'W. T. (;illiard, of Newherrv,
1be dWrawi 'A.. a Peiit juror in the
[Uite(d States Court, which Iets in
Tht. 11n1iml service will bel held in the
3Itoitchurch1 nex.t :Sunday ni-1ht,
la-v. . A.Wi.- ui1 preach.,thle ser
7'lir. John1 .. Fauir hra. !-hipped I nol'
p ini;1 ()f grap.- t Noit hern markets
this seasll. The graps were vtry ilie
atd al t the best prices.
Rv WV. C. Sehaefi-r will preebi
next Sulidav mrIvi-nIiI- inl tihe Lutiheran
hrb 1 n 1p "Noah and his Thin-'s--the
fourth SerwII in the "Iidsunnrier
Rev. Z. W. W. eenhaugh, travellinlg
milsinary 'Of the Airerican SuiI!IV
school 1';io preaeh,ied in the Luti
eran church inl Newberry last Sunday
The en-ine on the C. N. & L. I. R..
ran off the track at the turn table Tues
day afternoon, delaying the return
schedeI to Columbia about three
The I1usCious rnelon is disappearing
from the market. Besides the black
berry, there has been no other fruit this
year of any consequence. But the crop
(If caIlldidates is about ready to be
John Hawkins, c-harged with robbhing
registerv(d letters, Ilead guilty and was
sentenved to lifteen months imprison
Inent i the Colluiibus, Ohio, peniitenl
timrY and $10r fine.-G reen ville News,
The Town Colneil decided last
Thlursday n iigh t to exteind Speers street
across MTr. Popv's field to AdaIs
street, an<d it will be opeled when the
Crops are gathered. The street will
take up one aere of land, for which
('ouicil will pay Mrs. Pope $200. The
new street will be 60 feet wide.
Mr. R). A.Welch sent The Herald and
News all open boll of eotton On1 Thurs
day, 7th inIstaIt-tIe SeCond of the sea
son. A boll, No. :t, has also been
received froi Ivey Croner's place. A
hale of new cottoln is next in order, and
it is predicted to be on hiand in a week
lEn-gincer T. Ed Kinard, formerly of
Newherrv, who has been with the
h'lhree C's Railroad several years, has
resigned. and now pulls the th rott le on
tle Georgia. Carolina and Northern
Railroad. Ho has reioved with his
family from Caniden to Chester.
The contract for the Cotton Seed Oil
M\ill buildings was let ol lastM Ionday
to Osborne Wells. The main builing
will be of brick, G0 by 4) feet, two sto
ries high. The warehouse will be of
wood, so by 40 feet. The site for the
mill. inl Gravelton, south of the C. k C4.
Et. I., has been put in order. Work
oi the buildings will begin in about
two weeks. The mill will be ready to
be.;in olrations by Novernber 1st.
Rlev. D r. [Iollan:d is on a visit to
MIiss Mrindge IHatton left yesterday oni
a visit to) Unlion.
MIr. IR. L. Mle(aughrin has returrned
frorn Glenn Springs.
Miss Mallie Wheeler went to Glenn
Springs on Mfonday.
Mirs. C. Mlower left oin Monday for
the Northern markets.
Mir. E. A. Laird, of Lexington, paid
New berry a visit this week.
Miss8 Mlaud and Caldwell Fant are oni
a visit to relatives ini Augusta.
MIiss Josie Chapman, of Charleston,
is visiting Miss Beulah Giirardeau.
MIr. and Mrs. C. C. AleWhirter have
returned from a visit to Georgia.
M1r. JTohn F. Spearman, of Columibia,
has b)een onl a visit to Newherrv.
Mir. .Jno. M. Kinard left MIonday for
Glenun Springs and the mountains.
Mrs. .J. Mfann and children returned
vetra roim a trip) tc. Asheville.
MIisses faimie Holbrook and ('arrie
Mlall'ett left MIondayv for Uleinn pr.ings.
Rev. M1 31. Boyd has gone to Jones
ville on a visit to his son, IRev. D). P.
P1rof. Nathanr E. Aull is on a visit to
his sister, MIrs. WA. WX. Daiel, at
MIaj. Theo. D)ebor'. representing tIre
Charleston World, wa ini town on
MIrs. Edw:rd IR. IHipp, (of Pomiaria,
is visiting Sirs. .J. F. Mlacker,a
G reenvilIle. ,a
MIrs. N. B. Manzyek retutirnied last Frn
diay from a visit toI relatives aird friends
Mnr. . A. BroaIdus and Miiss Le
n ~ore Broadd us left for Glenn Springs
Mliss Natalie Mfazyck has returned
fromr a very pleasant visit to her friend
MIiss Ellen Parker, at Abbeville.
Prof. A. S. Laird retulrned1 Saturday
fromr a trip to Tennessee. He left Mons
day for his honie in Lexington.
A pleasant and certain eure
for Diar.thoa, Dysenteivy Chol
era Morbus and all affections of
the Stomach and Bowels.
I Prepared and( sold at
ROB3ERTSON & G4ILDER'S
Corner Drug Store.
3xr. rirr Eidlson, of EdgefehiCounI rty,
milt wit h a peculiar accidentI last F'riday
by which lie last his life. He was dig
nga well on Mir. Alvan Etheridge's
place(, near thre hiead o(f Little S:d uda
1 1ver. On br einrg raised to their top after
setting at biast at tire bottom of the well,
hre was in the act of getting out of the
bucket when, fromn somie uinkniown
Icause, ire miissed his hold1( anrd fell hread
ilng to t he bottom11 of tire well, a d1epth
of lit .et, fracturing his skull arid
cauinig other injuries. He was taken
out (If the wveil and lived an hour. He
was a miembrter of the Farmiers' Alliance,
by whom1) tIhe funeral was conducrted
IIt is very imniportanit in tIhis age (If
vast manterial progress that a remedCOv
be pleasing to the taste an'l to the eve
eas-ily takeni, aceceptablIe to tire stomrac-h
anud hiealthy in its nature arid ell'eets.
P,<us'ssing these <iualities, Syrup of
ligs ist the (bie perfect laxative and1(
Inet en l iuretie knownr. WV. l.
TO THE PUBLIC.
)n::u to conitinlued advance in tIhe
Irw Irle andh th liun isettled con.Ill
<r!iito of tihe lee uiarket, I am~ abso.
hItly, frced to) Ldvancee the priet
01 iIe I also earnestly beg to assurt
myr pa runos that I will exert every eitor1
to_ -uply~ themi at the lowest j'ossibit
S.Ut B. Jon:s.
I tt~eemb;er that .hrhn F.. Speck doei,
al kinso iWtch, ( loek. .Jewelrv an
I pec.tacle work. F.ine work a'pe
.I othIier ('aucu I!t-!t I - . veral Cam.iiilate
't Forward for tie Vote-r, to Su
1,,rt--!Iowv It W:a Pone.
(n the 2~dh of .hily a cauelus of th
Tillmianlites i!i this Couitv wa. hei a
Newherry, to fix up a ticket for th
Democratic votersof Newberrv Couti
to vote at the primary electiiin, b
soichow thie rt-sultt of that caucu
wer- nit cati:ractory to the leaders oI
that nieetinlg, and41 it was deteriniil<
1o h0IhI anot11her vaticus at Prosp.-rit.\
oil ayin of this week. Iow Ili del
egaites to tiis eamius Caie to be <hlh
1at1e4 we III not know. Somie wv ti!er
st:nld wvre elevtod by small portilins id
tht-ir cluh-, and others were s-lf-ap
Pillted. and somelf of the( toWnishi
we:r not represeited. Thvre wvn
aiuit forty delegates pr4-,ent.
The :1u.US INet inl the Alliance ware
lihue at Pr,)sperity at half-past eleven
o"tIk ('n Morilvar andlo w:is inl scssion
niot moreiW It ha ll 'an hour. The work
was like-y all arrangt-d beftre the vau:
eus miet, : A1 all that I he delegates h:
to do1 was to eldIrse it, ad111 all the
voters are expectel to do is to elect thw
11ieI sfeleetedt by tilie caucus to the Leg
islatIure--that is three of theml, nd ti
ihrce that thet caucuis prefers. Fi ve
e:tiilates are end1lorsed, but of cour41st
it is iuderstood that no voter in ex
erted to vote for more than three, aid
only three are expected to be elected.
.liio. T. Duncan was elected chair
man of the meeting and J. S. Met'ar
1ey serettry. The mnecting was ield
with closed doors and only delegates
were :lmitted; yet as the people al
ways like to know the proceedings of
these kinds of meetin-,,s The Ierald
and News has olbtained the proceedings
and publishes them for the interest
aid initornation of its readers.
Rev. Jeffierson A.Sliglh, county chair
man, offered a resolution to enlorse .J.
T. Duiican, 'I'hos. XV. Keitt, W. I).
lardy, Jito. W. Scott anI Cole. L.
BIloase as candidates foi the Legisla
ture, an1id I:.le a VigoroUS sIeeC inl
favor of it.
Col. E. S. Keitt also made ai elo
itent speech iin favor of the resolution.
At tie conclusion of his speech Chair
man Duncai (n1led attention to the fact
that the resolution had received no
second. Thereupon it was seconded by
Col. E. S. Keitt, A. N. Boland and C.
Capt. If. I -LFolk also spoke to the
resolution. le has been nominated
for the Legislature in The Herald and
News. He said le would withdraw
from the race, as better material could
be found and had been selected, and
he favored the adoption of the resolu
tion. Tie question was then put and
the resolution was unanimously adopt
Rev. Jefferson A. Sligh oflered an
other resolution to the efl'eet that each
delegate act as a committee of one to
carry the news home and spread it
aiongst the members of their respec
tive clubs, and also to see to it that they
turned out on the day of the election
and voted the "suggestion,' or rather,
we suppose, a part of it. The caucus
Whether all these later suggestions
are going to be candidates or not, we
are not informed, but we presume they
will. Messrs. Hardy and Duncan have
resigned their respective positions on
the Executive Committee, we suppose,
for the purpose of entering the race.
Forty men fixing up a ticket for two
thousand free white Democrats to vote,
uinder ordinary circtumistanices, would(
have the appearance of ring rule and
bosSsim, btit in1 these extraordinatry
t imes We su lppose it is to be taken as a
step towards the accoimplish ment of
that ideal Demiocrac*y of which we
have heard so tlnuch-self-governmeilnt,
pure andI simple. If a majority of the
D)emocratic voters are to be bound, or
are expected to be bound, by a caucus,
then what is tihe useC of a primary elec
tioni? But [lhe caucus has endo(rsed five,
and only three are to be chosen. That
is trtue, and it may all be right and
WVe uuderstatnd that the caucus also
emdorsed .Jos. L. Keitt for [lhe Senate
in case there was a vacaney.
Helena Heraldings and News N\otes.
MIr. S. C. M1erchant, with his force ol
hands, has done most excellent work
011 the roadl and side-walks over which
he has control.
3fessrs. Pratt and .Julien walk out
every mIoring to see the opeimi bhlh
of cotton in their flourishing fields.
2u1r. WV. S. Mann has movedl to Litt l
3Iountainu,wherre he has a section iin
thie C. N. & L. R.. RI.
The candidates for the ofliee oj
School Commissioner are on the best
oif terms. Mr. Kibler entertainied anid
took care of his brother Higging last
The circle will meet at Mir. Kibler'
Mrs. Kate Coates ret urned from ('les
ter last Fridav. She gave a soc-ia: te
her young friends Monday night.
Mrs. C'ole. L. Blease returned vr+ter
day from a visit to frienids at Laurens.
Mrs. A. B. Burn, of Charleston, is oji
a visit to the parental home.
Mrs. Ann 3Milligan was at home fora
few days from Chester, where she is
at present residing with her sister.
Mr. Tomn Brown and family, of Lau.
rens, spent a few (lays with relatives in
Mr. Forrest Stillwell, oIf the County,
paid a visit in the early part of th
week to his sister, Mrs. G. A. Rtopp.
Messrs. W. F. and Haskell Wrighi
left for Tylersville, Laurens County.
by private conveyance early Monda.
morninig. T1he latter will spend a wveel~
at the old home. SANS Sorei.
A Chikd Killed.
Another child killed biy the use o
opiates givenl in the form of Soot hini
syrup. Whiy miothiers give their child
reni such deadly poison is suirprising
when t hey can relieve the child of it
peculiar trotubles by tising A'eker';
Baby Soot her. ft (onitainis not Opitur
07' M orpilne. Sol by B3elcher, Hoiusea
1'ituples, on the F-ace
D)enote an inipur-e state of the loodai
are- looked upon biy manny with suspi
-iion. A\ckei's Bliood El ix ir wvill re
mollve all impuI)trit it-s antd heave I lie coin
plexion siinoo(th and clear. There i:
nothlin g that will so thoroughly bu ii
upI the conistituitonIi, purify ami
strenlgthen the whIole systetm. Sob
and guar-anteed b)y Beleber, Hiouscal J5
(ETLDui:iEN- I have su1lleried fi
years with a kind (of T1et ter, or b)reak
ing otit all over my- body, and at :ime:
these small p)imiples would terimiinut
in boils. While traveling in the Sout I
last year I had oc--asion to try a bot tI
of P. P'. P., which wvas recomimenide
to ine by a friend, and to my surpr-isei
hletd meI sio muchei that I got si:
bo tt les moi e, and afteir tak inig thei fulI
contents, I felt buetter- than I had si nc
the begi nining of myv troublde, and whil1
I have no sympihtomrs oIf the disease rt
tur ning. 1 am11 still uisinhg thle wonduerfu
1)1o(o( metdicinie at in tervauls, and ait
fully satisfied that I will lie entirel
(-ured of a disease that for fifieen yeah
has troubled mIe. i cannot express mi
gr-atit ude to yotu for so wonderftul
behnefactor as your P. P. P. l Prickl
Ash. Poke Root and Potassioini , I ar
yoturs truly, .JA CA'lT PETERS,
Traveling' Salesiian, Sayanahihh, G:
We Can an:I D)o.
Guaran1tee Acker-'s Blootd Elixir for
ha:s Ibee-n ftilly demionst rated to the lieu
lilt if thiiis eoun t ry lint it is supierior i1
all ot hier pireparhatjions fur lodu dliseae:
It is a positive cire for sypilitt Ilupoisor
iii&. leers, E-rtrptions and41i imleh:
it pu ri ties the whole system iian1
tihoroiughlhy bquilds up1 the tconistituhtio)r
.A nB,im, Hou.a & Kib,r's
1:1,.-i C4;verniti Me Prharniry .A m tall
se-p:jr:t*- 1'.px I'tvr C'.mgrem-min (h: ir
mii l1ardy Ie-igns :ill 1:ev. .1. A.
SligIa I-lrtel - 01 hwr l:e.ig i oa .
The ( 'minty I )t-!lIImr:ti- Ex I I I I i %-ve
('o inliittIe intl nt l'I)7-l,itN 'si last
M llday ill reSI101ist. it) I ie- (.tli o!
('ountych iairrmiai \\'. It I iardy.
over lthe priniry vh.vion wre
Ig: S4 .(.iI)t .tie1.4 , :lli' w " 1 *1 So
ail-ilded ns 1t prw i.h- fr a . n- :t v
blox t4r tit; - lee! i1n ' : i ( :In r,1iia!,
'I ' %V-tl :! wa W:3hl ' .pro iin finr
t1),- ,:m11.-. 1:1io S w Is :.- : ljf*Il ht'l
I a or:l ati h.io In u \\ h.-) - y
.trd 1',r :lIl ho Jilb-,-- ti ) i [! (i ' i
r ,.Ix(ep t Ih:!t . wt I: " o r,!I.
h 4br 1 1: lit latv- f,r w i 1n nt w' InI;S
:i1er and 1 11 . Ir i-lat r . Tl ir,i
I Ilvr d ( with I \. I, n I i 1,
,II ld adt I w I t u w k :
Silt oli so : t . i . IIr.t
\\'e w ill. nt I in- r i n-t )f t h l I1 I
11it tel., p b ih ta \ ro ! - 1e i
althoughb it wtas ubi a isi w- ! inI T. it -
Heral: dN ew-; t w, r thIIr- e4 w,k
Iteo. I It w i . I pI I t e k.I t q 1 .
outy Ch'lairmall. \\'. 1>. lIardy,
wb sel ete d by -h:I u :1 :-:I
didalte f'or thle i,-iIlji urr. r1in. I
osi in ae aI I lib1 1f ith:- E.xI It. i v
treasurte eifror ao (ln Towrtt' :ipl\'.
Itte . l itron, A. :li-h wasl . . i
li- 11aCe, a ill Rv. V N 1 S !i W. w S
Seeretary J. T. Dini aln:dsi risi-ned
as secretary, he beinr likfvise iIr
1 1ested by the cauvsas 1:1lh(Iti for
tie Leg'islatiure. S. I. I. , atII,Es.ti,
was elected secr,t:iry.
John He. ry ChainIl resigned as
treasurer, beilg al aidiato, aid I .
.Johnson was elet-tedf treasuirer.
o l 1 . Sit h ke'. 1. unt, . i r.. :u ld
.i. \\. Reagmi ion wer..e J pp11nt1 a "Ain
rilittee to hr te i ti) lilto e 1 th r i'vn t'l !S
f7or tihe C'n:eO,ina :6-2in1 m et
in. to be blid at Ne)wIt 1 Thur.
ilay. 21st instant.
1i:LE:S EittL.Tr, T1: v ! A,Y.
1. Obn tealig,e shall
be held at eaelh Vdotinl1_ pr-ln, slow
established by law inl Ntiwherry Co1it
ty, a primary tei o for the nloina
tion of persons for I e sveral liCCS to
11. Te polls shall bIe -ei at 8
o'clock a. mi. and kep)t obeni, wi; hout
intermission, until - p). mi. whitn tii-y
shall be closed.
III. At each election pri-cinrt there
shall be three (3 manaogers of ellection
to be appointed by t heloun ty EXectf
tive Committee, any vac acy to be
filled by tile manaer or rianogers pres
IV. The County Executive C -ani
tee s,ha e furnish the mnaogrs at each
precinct with ballot boxes flor the se
cure keeping of which saidl mnana-ers
shall be responsible, and shall also futr
nish to thee said managers of el(etion a
sufficient supply of skeleton tickets for
tie use of voters at each preci net.
V. For the purpose of raising funds
for the printing of tickets, al all di
dates, except candidates for Congress,
to be voted for at the primary election
shall be assessed and required to pay to
the Secretary of this Comittee the
sum of one dollar each. Provided that
if any candidate or candidates shall fail
to pay the same then the votes east for
Said candidate or candidates shiall be
conidered as scattering and shall not
VI. Athe opniger of theea poll h
sallt apoint salbempioal clrk
praentlankexicktdfo th eptie the
vot ersonii tickent.Tbxs shallpitd
upon belse n seeald oandcshl tob
remain fortilen so the poadariclosed
andt no dally(it, for epsttivesurpos
County Cpoiniaioler.ial econe
uneparet blanktickso the s of sthe
voeltrs,which oficat lle,W havete
uponC Wth theseerl. iestob
filed exet such Cngaryes ion ll
spacte foteraes ofgil th tediatetil
Conety gConmiissleionersshall be alowned
tnes it(cotains the$ namoe ofea sutat
been cnminated and two oravoe wit
neles wth these vuleds. )nicai
iX.ket such ariae veection alt
thie Deocrats, ketil to e gea te
ntI gener' all ctIonhab allowl ae
t. vothe thopse (Ifre emigots
mhanes orov any o o morelI shalt
nessthadto teylaotegte nymoctratid
pu iqetions tonce,ish ll bealwd he tame
pivilege.n henaaer laIdtr
X.ie i Frith torpote bofi arying ot
theIO reqieentse of teion)1N, thle
mnanagers,r slany poee of 1 them, ihaltlyb
apu tn qti onsv to him wic theys
orhen tile votesm 1 rlvn te 142eobjiiect
inveadthe managers ltii 41413 sha, ll deter1 -
cate rhis i to vot e hi answer of
votes cthufor ead.esnvte ,tl
oI. fOr thei iclole iofvted pol(1 the
tmalnagiler (ftscstshalldpshall im edit
andSi Olcntifuousl rto ount il the vlotes.x
Wihe the votes al le tile biteen asounted
cfthe ranagrs ofhal mTkw t, in dp. li
atreturns s howl b igdb all nmber'of
wollc shal wichis erif odan the r
rtotalnumbe of esae. at n hle
poI. onthe relt bros in teiblilot box
wilt, the olls and thther asi tne
rfether reod ofe nihaer Twnshtip. The
rturnsc shal, be11 oine byt alla folonags
afte suhl lewietiobeforwrde thecor
re'clones of) the!LCsamte. erc:yo
Xt. CuThe hallotibox Conanling t
ballots, thie forllli n the ealaerified
retn of t hea macaes, toger.wt
any Il.the perstivema (deem1 propte
to11 inlde, shll oSaltray following1
afe uhelect ion t hle fowedcsretIr,ayigil
tliclasedansedt the relrl,secre ultary to
thgegouty l Exheulltivel Cofntee ('to
NIwberry n Court House. llor'hevi pur
poseL ofithi oforallthdigte m':1ner for b
s:y ohem'l shl at i)s mesIsengeIlrl
NiltelcThoI l ie e otie ComiIte
elet andIrteSeay, h a eevinig lin
fotndptrelenc1e, opened the liboxreceive
taula3rtedi 11 the nt,shallpbls at hie
tggregt ithe presel ncefhe Com (:~ (fA
igst,e in oelO.ht SiCon.1il l~ '~t lt
t .r- le f aly31o1l.l rcIv
majrit' ofges aliliIthe' votes tot' for tw
shalil be declared tIo be the) I)eml'sorati3
noine te or i scollihestproidld wiht
inteelection oxl for theit lle f'aTe:
whre ltn thn314 reust number isre 3
selvece a mrthejo rity toe receivingil thecr
gtie. ot illjoity shall eeclaicrdi t
tomines 11 ut1 ifr (fo anytt' lie it he
major'ti"etviof as:l he votes(ast at the
pimary efleactn1 o luch ilel, the
te: 13un t Execut:4ieCoS te shall 1oiS(
for't hwith orer 'tat hsn p'rar ee
tion, toii be tel olilo t ile a ofniu
XVI I. No II:Io ,hb eligible to
.-t-lti4o at till priliarV election who
IaI not p 11i- b i-;t-If inl writing he
11r( h:111 t f) ih ('1h:irr an of the Ex
e-vutive ( 'inni;t ice to abide by the re
ut. of thle 'iiretin.
XVI II. In both thie first atId second
pririmry il.--tilns wien the Secretary
h li.,bhl hill: re-Sult, in the
preenlce the I-:xvutive C(nnittee,
-is reiuir-d by * eet i ns 1:; ai,(I 14, said
'4rnilittve shall voitiie in sv-sion for
two lour,.4 tIer-:tft,r fr the purpose of
reerivinug r # i- t ilt grni'. of pro
to-st or t -wif . :i\ d ail (11a1eS of pro
test atni -;it, -h:iI hie lit-ar and de
triiinel iv; 1- :x-wui irk- Cirmittee
(*I sm!". !ub iu it t,ay t !reto, to be
N IX. Th-- --1nd1:'for the ofices
of*TreaS:!reri A-I itrshall hevoted
fir nt t!w- pri!iry obect l>. anwi the
S;overn? h' r.;l- .1 l to appoint in
XN. .\ Arate :iit 1ox shall be
If you :t- in t- - of ap:ir 4f Spec
:nb or E: ; o.onF
Con:ty schio Convetieition.
The a:ini:al nGt in orf t- Newberry
,oInI; V -.--hi. ' oniverition
t*onvene. at 'pr A. I. Presby
teriall V-hIreb, 0>1 Tisday, August
7th, at 10 o'lock a. i.
A fter devotionial exercises, consist ing
of songs, readin-, a portion of the first
chapter of St. Johi, and prayer, the
"oIVelitiOn pOrVeedII to )U-SineSS, With
the president of last convenition in the
After enrollment 4 . delegates, upon
miotion, the chair appointed W. H.
Harris, John C. Goggans and E. P1.
Clalyne-s a voninuittee to make nomi
nation of oflivers for the sc-ssion of the
conl veint ion.
The coni4lttee rttired al brought
ill a r-lJort rCcOINIIertlillg the follow
'iIg gn4tlein1en for ofilers of the eon
Ventionl, whielb was aliopteud
President, Rev. W. C. Schaefler
Vice Presidruts, W. W. Hodges and
Rov. W. W. Me.Morries; Secretary,
C. F. Boyd ; Treasurer, 1). B. Wheeier ;
Executive Comnittee, Geo. B. Cro
ruer, C. F. I')oyd, fl. S. JBoozer, John
S. Carwile. .John W. (Iaplnanl.
The addfress of welcorme was made
by Rev. J. C. Boyd, and responded to
by Geo. B. Croner, E-s(.
"The Children and the Bible" was
disMIssC(d by Rev E. P. MeClintock,
.J. 11. Chappell, Rev. Z. W. Beden
bauighi, and Geo. B. Cromer, Esq.
After report of committee on enter
tainment, convention adjourned for
Upon reassenibling of the conven
tion the matter of the reports of Sun
day-schools was taken up. It was
moved and carried that the different
reports be referred to the Executive
"Home Preparation for the Sunday
school" was discussed by Rev. T. 0.
Keister, Jno.C. Goggans, and Rev. T.H.
Law, D. A., the agent of the American
"The claims of the Sunday-school
upon the congregation" was discussed
by Rev. W. W. McMorries,. Maj. J.
Epting, Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh, J.
H. Chappell, and Dr. T. H. Law.
D. B. W1hecrer, Treasurcr, in account
-ith X0wbcrry Cudy hunda.y-sciool
To cash on hand.............-.4S
To collect ion...............4.75
By Aull & Hlouseal....... 2.00
Wallace & Kiniard........ 1.50
July 25, By (. F. Boyd.... 1.00
August tj, "' cash oni hand. 5.73
At. this p)oint in the proceedings, the
following letter fromt C. L. Fike, Esq.,
was read by Rev. Z. W. B3edenbaugh:
To the president and nienbers of the
New berry County Sund(ay-school Asso
ciation: Dear Brethren: 1 had hoped
to nieet with von ini your annual ses
sion, but a prior enigagemienit p)revents.
As representing the South Carolina
State Sunday-school Association, I beg
to tender the greet ings and benedic
tions of the association.
T1he Sunday-school armiy of South
Carolina, now n umnbering one hundred
and sixteen thousand strong, is doing
a noble work in the Master's cause.
However gratifyinig ou rsuccesses in the
past, we still hiopc to accomplish more
enlarged results in the future. To this
eiid let our best energi es be prayerfully
Allow tue to suggest for your consid
erat ion :
1. The organization of Township As
sociations. This is urged by the State
Associatioi, and is being done in many
counties, and has uniiformly resulted
in much good. It brings the benefits
of the convention work down within
reach of every worker in the county.
I will be glad to assist, if you so desire,
in organizing any of your township as
2. That special etiort be inade to se
cure complete statistical reports from
every school. You will be fortunate if
you will place this iniatter in the hand
of a brother who will take a special
I1 regret iuchi that I amn unable to
attend your sessioni, but I pray that,
yo~u mnay enjoy a harmonious and
profitable occasion, and that it nmay
result ini greatly fturthering this great
Yours in the Lord's service,
Tiniiity Mlethodist Chturch was se
lected as the niext place of mieeting.
Time for hohlin)g it was left wvit,h the
After rep)ort of commJiittee on enter
tainunent, the conivention adjourned.
Devotional exercisesoni Friday morn
inig were conducted by Rev. E. P. Me
Retv. Z. WV. Bedenaughi discuissed at
length, "Thei :ofivanitage of. I ut erde
* At this junuctuire the following reso
lutioni wva inztroue-d and uinanimouis
Re'so/red, Th a t we h ave heuard w itli
great interest tie ahtress of Rev.
i eLdenbtaugh , agemnt of the Amnerie.mui
Sunzday-schiooh U nioni, anid that we as a
convention aisstire ii of our (Christiani
symp~athiy, aund earniest prayers to ( iod
fori him :nid his work.
fles('O/red , Thait wVe reoiiumendu that
each Sundaluy-.-ehool tahke up a cotlletioni
(harlestonm, S. ( .
"T'eachers')I iiietings-thiru inmpor
by J,. S. ' arw.ile, .\. II. Kohniu, liev. E-.
Ani elect ion ) tar dlegaut es to attend
the State Siundoay-schiol (Convenution re
-uited ini the election it th olloin ug
A bsolutely Pure.
IA eria:ui of t:irtar lhaking pow~der
Highest of all ini leavening strength.
U8i (:n-rramenf rnporf. AuGa. 17, 1&SKM
deltates: .\rthur Kibllir, ('. -. lli,yd,
J. If. Chappell. W. B. (xil-r.
A\dJournmient for dinner.
Th'e afternon sissin f;.et4l with
devotional exelc(ie, 1 onductol by the
No tabulaltil report was made, but
the followin.- is -iven: linisters
present, !); superintendents, Is; dele
gates 75; numuber of schools repre
A vote of thanks was tendered hv
the conventiont to '- i.nmbers,)f Pros.
peri;v A. R. P1. chureb, atil to those
who as.-istcd the'congregation, for the
kindly hospitality exedlthe mem
hers of the vonventi,n d:-i: the pres
. fter benei i: ti y 'ev.. -. I ovd.
the convelnthl a. 'rned I/ d(.
ir.Eizbh G(!Sa,o the
cut,die-d on Wefdines<i.oy, Qth inl
Stant.,t ihe rsitenteh Of her :on, Mr.
.J. .1. (tlinti, in the , tl p ar off h,er
Ir. R. ('. Sin.v. of .1i;ly Street,
whiie oi a visit to relatives in )rage
bur( Couilty, diei ('n Frilay, ti inst.,
aged :' year-.
;.n of ifettr u:w, ndaN :av:t.e
A ug;ust 12, IS!m.
BuSh1, John J. lanny, 31r:. Antoon
Uni.4dwell, Cliarny Jac:,oll, William
Cloptonl, W. ). Pto,D.1.W
Crummy, Lewis Pr".,lcy, Miss Louis4L
Dawkins, P. W. Sonillt-v. Mrs. 31arv
FI n?, It. J. Joli lson. Toln
Howe, M.eorA n
Persns calling . for the a>ov letters will
pl~ese saiy that the) were advert ised.
Pt. t,o, .mAN, r '. M.
%ill at P'roctPr T.dd's f',r t Bais>e
Bros'. Tobac.co, 4o-t r. t.
Mally pepl. llabittal v vildure a
114-lowe, of la-sit dectue they think
th-ey have to. If they wowee e take Dr.
.1. t. Practorsdd's f-t>is feeling
of weariness would give place to vigor
Dignity of iuman Nature.
"I do not dream," said William E.
Ciannihg, "when I speak of the divine
capacities of liuman nature. It was a
real page in which I read of patriots
and mortyrs-of Feneloii and Howard,
of Hampden and Wiashington," The
dignity of human nature should make
us all guardians of the vivifying spark,
even if the law of self-preservation
were not strongiy implanted in every
one's breast. This, then, is why, espe
cially in malarial districts, no Ameri
can home should be without a bottle of
Dr. Westmoreland's Callisava Tonic
In its formula are concenl'trated the
revealed remedies that research has
discovered to the student world of
medicine. To the depressed, enervated
and debilitated, and those suffering
from chronic ailments and blood affec
tions, it is the boon of the age. It can
be had from, Robertson, & Gilder.
Is Life Worth Living?
Not if you go through the world a
dyspeptic. Acker's I)spepsia Tablets
are a licsitive cure for the worst forms
of Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency
and ConAstipation. Guaranteed and
sold by Belcher, Houseal d- Kibler.
The New Discovary.
You have heard your friends and neihbors
talking about it. You may yourel be one
of the many who know from personal expe.
riencejust how good at-ing it is. if youhave
ever tried it you are one of its staunch friends,
because the wonderful t1.ing about it is, that
when once gi ven a trial. Dr. Kingis New Dis
covery ever after hohils a place in the house.
If youn hmve never used it and shioubl be at
fficted with a cough, cold, er any Throat,
Lung or Chest trouble. secure a bottle at once
and give it a fair trial: It is utuaran teed every
time or money refunded. Trial Bottles Free,
at Robertson & Gtlder's Drug Store.
Corns, Warts and Bunions
Removed quickly and surely by using
A bott's East Indian Corn Paint.
Hair all gone, scalp covered with
erup)tions, andI pains in all of his limibs,
a dlreadful case oft disease, yet P. P. P.
remained master of the situation, a
cure was affected, and( the patient, the
marshal of Mlonticello, Fla., satys his
hair has grown out, and that he is a
well man. This cure spread far and
widle, and now the drug stores of
Monticello buy P. P. P. in large qjuan
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. n,ainbri-Ige Munday. Esq., County Atty.
Clay ('o.. Tex. says: 'hlave used Electric
Bitters With liuost hiappy r'.sults. My brother
also was very low withI Malarial Fever and
Jaundice, but was cured by timely use ofthis
medicine. Am satistied Electric Bitters
saved his life."
Mr. 1i. L. Wilcox. of Htorsem Cave. Ky., adds
a like testimony, sayin~g: H?e positively be
lieved he woul have uied, badt it not been
for Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward otr, as welt as
cure all Malaria D)iseases. and f.or alt Kidney
Liver and stomach D)isordlers stands un
equaled. Price 50c. and St. at ltobertsou
Sick headache is the bane of many
lives. This annoying conmplaint may
be cured and prevented by the oc':asio
nal use of D)r. .J. HI. 31eLean's Liver
and Kid ney Pillets y lit le pills).
Have you read '-Looiking B:arkward"'
and "3\arie B:ashkirts'lr."' If not, go
to the Book Store and get themi at
The Coming Season
Will no dotubt be a tine one for play
ing ball. Go to the Book Store and
buy your Base Ball goods at thet iowest
prices. t f
Bucklen's Arnmca salve.
The Best Salve iti th,e w,urbl for i'uts. Sores,
nruises, t leers. Salt i thi'umi. Feve.r mores. Tel
ter, chiappedl Hlandi. ChijIlbds. 'irns and
all Skini Erupt ions. andl poit ~iv e cres
Piles or ,no pay requiired. It is -r:ar:nteedl to
give perfect sait isfac tO. n, orl oy refunnded
Price:.!5eent s iper box. For! soa'e by littert
son & (;ilder.
Both tile method anmd results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasatt
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly ott the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and ctures habitual
constipation. Syrulp of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, promp~t in
its action and truly benleficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it tile most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles'hy 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.
SAN FR ANCISCO, C AL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
W. E. PELIH A M, AGEN'T,
N~wi(Em:~v, 5. C,
GOODS TO B COAIETE 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, -trip(d and plain,
OUR DRESS COODS,
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 SHIRTS. FLANNEL SHIRTS. UNDER WEAR,
HALF HOSE, HANDKERCHIEFS, COLLARS,
CUFFS, NECK WEAR, STRAW HATS,
ILL TO BE SOLD AT NEW YORK COST8
DON'T FORGET THE
FOR GREAT BARGAINS.
58 Main St., Under Hotel Jerome, Columbia, S. C.
I4EWBERUl COLLEflE, GADIETIIHTL
NEWBERRY, s. C. CLMI,S.
es. Preparatory Department under the most rnvtd eoee n eitdwt
efficient mnanagement. Complete Business almdr mrvmns
D al enxptnse for session of nine months: OK TALV ACAP )
Classice or Philosophical Department, $1S;
Course wil require the u.or four monthsan ofesidcm tsorteco
studies s60 to s90.
Send for Catlou tolgtadur apeRoso is
President. &.Cisnunesueiso of r.
AT COLUMBIA, S. C, meiashrofptng.
(RADUATE COURSES. UN-W SEES, E . OT
Ader-graduate course for degrees- Poreo. Mngr
3 literary and 6 scientific. Also shorter ________________
and elective courses. ProfessionalNS
courses in Law, Pharmacy, Veterinary
Science, and Pedagogics. Nine well
equipped laboratories; four shops and MNTATTES
model rooms; new infirmary.
Tuition fee, $40) per session; other fees, EGNSADBIES
$20 (including infirmary fee, covering
wiedical attendance, rnedicine, etc.). SW MIL, RIT M L,
Table board, $10 to $12 per month,
Room rent free. Total expenses, in-Aracnwegdtbeheese'o
eluding fuel, lights, washing, books, sl nti tt. W e o u
etc., about $180. oeo hm o r aife
Session opens first Tuesday in Octo- ta o a md
ber. Entrance examinations held thenomsae
p)receding week.Wrt fo ou pics
J. M. McBRYDE, President.COTNGS
th~runin sreas f wteIs t the Cares BAHAMe Gnteiynd as,
durngthemothofdugsting~c COLUMAsta, bee Chrugl
yea. GO. . COM renHomaed Officeld Factoreite ih
mo d ra li of zt ros s spo u s,
floor. Ht ndod Bathsr',d Elemtor,
t el, Lokutonan Tenn.
The propritor hoe by r ic tten
II pti to z the want ofi p tron toi.
mt eriit a patronage.
F. . EEGERS,n . i E a. T
.~ s~r . A r ~ ck ode oto ethest '.tes e
sold i ts iState. Whe you y
1~I4Ib7i XJ8~. b I ~;that ue.I ha erfrmde
FOR SALE , . 'noristae rl.
D. B. WHEEL!R, e.:Wr,-zi t for printes a.
L LA DONERSEREs RE- At.fri:' ott.omdru fires. ec
qurdbVa to reov from* t.lt.a. n y a
th rnin tram f aerontei .. BA H M G.fc-taen gtt" . ,
lad5lltah tres afs n tmbr CO 'L ,: M f BIA .C
duringn the mnthto Augst m ach *. ). :u~u
ye ar GEO .I CRM R Home Ofnilee and Faory Rch.
- Cle. rk. Ca. C a