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Local and S-.,sci.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
Service every two we"sks, seeond and fourth
Sundays, at 11 a. in. Sunday-school 10 a. in.
W51. A. J U LI AN, Pastor.
Postoffice H ours.
AE R-VAL AND I>E"1'.uTlF:5 OF )A11_S.
TrLLNS. ARRI VE.
No.14-From Columbia toGreen;v1 e12 1.5 P I
No.14-FrOm Greenvile to toiiobia .ko p in
No. 15-To Lanrens from Coitla.. 7 4. p in
No 16-From Lr.urens to Cuiumbia. 1, a in
No. 17-To Andderson............ .. :) . . in
No. 18-.-From Anderson.....................8 W r :
Office will be open from 7 a in to 5 p n.i,;
will then open again at 7 p i a:id remain
open until three-quarters of as hour after
Columbia mail. -
SUNDAY MAIL ON C. N. A L. R. It.
From Newberry to olumbia.............. a O0 a m
Prom Columbia to Newberry......... 4 p in
Mail will be open only one-balf hour after
mall is up, and the outer door wil be Clos' I
also after that tine.
ARRIVAL AN1'D IE1JITCI:E OF STA R ROUTE
\EWEEiY AND CT01'1A.
Leave Monday and Thursday............... 3 p m
Arrive Monday and Thursday............. 2 p m
\EWBERRY AND wii:Ti: :E's.
Leave Tuesday and Friday.........---.. 3 p m
Arrive Tuesday and Friday................. 1s in
LAtRESS AND NEwIEEF.RY.
Lv. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday... I p m
Ar. Tuesday, Thaisday and Saturday... 12 in
R. MOORMAN, P. M.
The First Cotton Boll.
The Herald and News was shown a
cotton bloom from Mr. W. H. Pratt's
But Mr. T. F. Harmon beats this.
He has had blooms for ten days and
showed us yesterday a boll from his
farm near New berry.
Town Lots For Sate.
The Newberry Building and Invest
ment Company offer for saie ten build
ing lots in the Town of New berry, on
long and easy terms. 1mno.
WArtists fine Tube Oil Paints for sale at
Ltf. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
Fruit Jars! Fruit Jars!
A full line of Mason's and Wood
burn Improved Fruit Jars for sale cheap
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
'Mr. J. M. Counts, of Helena, brought
in last Thursday a cotton stalk twenty
three inches high, tilled with shapes.
He has several acres like the sample.
Anthony Griflin, a colored farmer of
Gary's Lane, also trought in on Satur
day a stalk of the same height and
filled with shapes. He used no fertil
Dime Savings Banks.
Get you- one from Belcher, Houseal
& Kibler, and save your dimes. All
the rage. 2t.
At Leavell & Bpeers.
Large and pretty line of Wall Paper
and Borders, Ceiling and Extension
Centre. Call and see them. Willing
to show them. tf
A select line of cheap and fine Pie
ture Frames at
tf. Salter's Photograph Gallery.
, Quick Trip.
Six coaches comprising the excursion
train of the Eagle colored firemen of
Newberry, left on the C. N. & L. road
yesterday at 7 a. n., for Columbia.
A bout five hundred people, all colored,
filled the coaches, and a hundred more
got on at Prosperity. Engineer Burk
halter took the train to Columbia in
one-hour and twenty minutes, arriving
there at S:20, a distance of 43 miles.
Will be open every Sunday 9 to 10
tf SAM B. JONES.
Blalock is offering bargains in laun
dried and unlaundried shirts.
County Teachers' Association.
To the Editor of The Herald and
News:-Please be so kind as to say to
the public through your paper, that the
*exercises of the Teachers' Association
will be held on the third of July at the
Rutherford Academy building, and on
the 4th of July, at Enoree Baptist
church. On each day a basket dinner
will be served. The public is invited
to attend. Do not forget to bring a
well filled basket.
THos. W. KEITT.
The Newberry Building and Investment
Is prepared to buy all kinds of county
claims, real estate in country or town,
and make loans in any amount, at all
times on good security. For terms see
the Scretary and Treasurer. Install
ments due the last of each month.
R. H. WEARN,
Treas. N. B. & I. Co.
The "Reliable" Brand
snow the Leader in Hams, Smoked
Tongues, Dried Beef, &c. Constantly
on hand at McINTor a's. 17
Ike Kinard Arrested.
GREENVILLE, June 22.-Isaac Ki-!
nard, the negro who murdered Lemnuel
Oxner and seriously wxunded Dr. East,
in the lower part of Laurens County,
on Saturday, June 13, was brought
bere to-day from Laurens and lodged
in jail for safe-keeping. The Sheriff of
Laurens County has trustworthy in
formation that Kinard was to have
been lynched at Laurens to-night by
the dead man's friends. Kinard was
arrested on Saturday near Saluda Old
Town, by a man named Coleman, who
will get a reward of $3.50. Kinard was
interviewed to-day by a reporter and
talked unconcernedly of the murder.
NIws and Courier.
Syrnp of Fags.
Produced from the laxative and nutri
tious juice of California figs, combined
with the medicinal virtues of plants
known to be most beneficial to the hu
man system, acts gently, on the kid
neys, liver and bowels, effectually
cleansing the system, dispelling colds
and headaches, and curing habitual
Sample CopIes Free.
The Sunny South. our great Southern
Family Weekly, should be taken in
every household. The price is only S2
a year, and a premium which is worth
that amount or more is sent for every
yearly subscription. A sample copy
will be sent free to any address. W.rite
at once to J. H. SEA LS & CO.
if. Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. M. E. P.eard.
Mrs. Minnie Estelle Beard, wife of
Mr. H. H. Beard of this place, died on
Monday last, at tifteen minutes past 3
o'clock, p. m. Mrs. Beard had been
-* quite sick for some weeks, but until
within a short time before her death,
her illness was not considered dange
rous, andl the announcement of her
death that afternoon was a shock to
many of our people. Mrs. B~eard was a
daughter of Capt. Jno. F. Speck, for
merly of North Carolina, now of New
berry, S. C., and was born on Nov.
25th. 18S66. She was married to Mr. H.
H. Beard on the 11th of January, 1883,
and has since be'an a resident of York
ville. Not yet 25 years of age, she has
been cut offin the bloom and beauty
and freshness of young womanhood,
leaving to her husbaud and young
child a desolate heart hstone. They have
our sincerest symipathy in their sore
The burial services took place at 6
o'clock p. m. yesterday at the Methodist
-church,Rev. G. H. Waddell officiating.
..-Vnekemll Enterre, Jnne 17th.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The County Commissioners adve
tises a contract to let.
The Jury Commissioner will dra
the jury to-day for the July Court.
The blaekberry crop is bigger and tl
I berries are larger than for several year
Among the graduates at Woffoi
College the past week was Mr. K. ]
Senn of Newberry County.
Rev. Dr. DuBose, missionary 1
China, delivered an address on missioi
at the Presbyterian Church on Tue
The population of Helena by the la:
census is Yjl.
Cards are out for the marriage <
Miss Ursula Abuey to Mr. James Coi
way Hunter, of Birmingham, Ala., o
the 30th instant.
The last census gives Prosperity
population of 565. in 1880 the populg
tion was 357, a gain in ten years of 20.
The Herald and News is requested t
announce that the Beth Eden Allianc
will meet on Saturday and a full al
tendance is desired.
Mr. M. Foot, Jr., a former Newbei
rian, was graduated from the law dE
partment of the University of (eorgi
last week, with the degree of Bachelc
The Baptist Sunday-school Conven
tion of Newberry County will be heli
with Bethel church Thursday and Fri
day, July 23d and 24th next.
"Eli" has a good deal to say thi
week. The Herald and News is will
ing for him to have his say. Let th
people have all the light possible an(
then they can better act for themselves
The Herald and News believes in fai
Mr. Arthur Kibler has bought a va
cant lot of one acre from Mr. John W
Chapman on the new street to b
opened from Adams to Nance streets
Mr. Kibler will build a nice residene
on the lot.
Jesse Anderson, a colored farmer o
Township No. 4, had two valuabl
cows to die very suddenly on June 3d
They were sound to all appearance
half an hour before they were brough
to the house, and died simultaneousli
at milking time. It is thought the!
Our city school will lose Miss Nelli
Chapman next year. She has a situa
tion in Prof. L. B. Haynes's school a
Leesville. By her modest deportment
gentle manners, fine teaching qualitie
and good influence on the children shi
endeared herself to our people.-Spar
tanburg Correspondence News anc
The President of the Survivor's As.
sociation said he would announce th<
committees to be appointed in eac:
township in time for publication this
week, but The Herald and News ba.
been unable to precure them and thi
secretary knows nothing about them
Secretary Boyd, of the Survivor's
Association, would be glad to receivi
certificates from any survivors in New.
berry County who were in Northert
prisons during the war in regard t<
their treatment while suci prisoners
By referring to the minutes of the
meeting held last Thursday it will be
seen why these certificates are wanted
The Board of Health seems to be ac
tive. The members from Ward 4 havE
reported some eighty premises in thai
Ward as needing attention, besides re
porting every body on Factory Hill.
The Herald and News is glad to sec
this activity and commends the Board,
It is important that premises be prop
erly cleaned and in the performance o1
their duty the Board should know nc
Fruit Jars! Frnit Powders !!
Fruit jars at Pelham's!
Fruit rowders at Pelham's!
-Large'stock at PeIham's!
preserve perfectly your fruit, tomatoec
corn, okra, etc.
Call for circular descriptive of Pos
ders at Peiham's. Price 25c a box. tf
Neglige shirts in all styles and'vari
Will be a good one for playing Bal
You can find the fiest Base-ball good
at the Bookstore. ly.
For the next 30 days gents summe
underwear will be sold at a sacrifice a
Col. R. M. Sims, of Columbia, is i2
Mr. S. W. Vance, of Laurens, is ii
Miss Eva Riser is visiting relative
Mr. Eugene Greneker ran up t<
Newberry on Tuesday.
Mr. 0. McR. Holmes has returned
from a visit to Wilmingtor., N. C.
Miss Lula Pitts, of Laurenis, is visit
ing the Misses Wheeler.
Miss Vance, of New Orlean2s, is visit
ing Mrs. B. M. Dennis.
Mrs. W. C. Schaeffer has gone to Hen
cPersonville to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs Jno. P. Fant, of Whit
mires, were in the city last 'week.
Miss Minnie Pitts, of Si'. -r Street, is
visiting Miss Whaley.
Miss Lee Hentz Huff, of Greenwood
is visiting Mrs. J. F. Brown.
Mr. Win. Sheppard, of Florida, is or
a visit to relatives in this county.
Rev. H. P. Counts, of Georgia, is vis
iting relatives in Newberry County.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Evans are visit
ing Mr. Evans' father in Newberry.
Misses Hennie Robertson and Emm:
Riser have returned from Conversi
Miss Daisy Whaley har returne<
from a visit to her brother in Birming
Misses Ella and Hattie Blake, o
Charleston, are visiting their sister
Mrs. N. B. Mazyck.
2Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Boyd, of Water
loo, who have been on a visit to Prof
Brown, returned home on Nlonday.
Mr. Summerfield Baldwin, of Balti
more and a director of the Piedmon
Mills, spent last Sunday in New berry
the guest of Mr. J. N. Martin.
Rev. E. P. McClintock and Hon
Geo. S. Mower and J. F. J. Caldwell
Esq., are attending commencement a
Mr. W. H. Miller, Mrs. J, Q. Mille:
and Miss Maggie Lindfors, of Colum
bia, are visiting the family of Mr. T
Misses Fannic Payne and Clara Mc
Lenna left last week for Newberry
where they will spend two or thre<
weeks and try to look as nicely as th<
Johnston girls usually do, "far, fal
These young ladies are visiting thi
family of Rev. Gee. A. Wright. W<
are glad to have them with us and
hope their sojourn may be pleasant.
Highest of all in Leaven~ing Porn
The Graded Schools.
r- The first year of the graded school!
in Newberry closed on last Thursday
e It was a very successful year, anc( everj
one ought to feel increased interest it
the schools. The pupils have all got.
te ten on satisfactorily and any one wh<
s- witnessed any of the examination.
d could not but have been impressed witl
the thoroughne.'s of the work that is
Four young Irdies have conipleted
the course and were given certificate!
of graduation. The presentation wa.
made by Dr. Cozby of the Board of
Trustees in a very appropriate speech,
it These young ladies have made an ex"
ceptionally fine grade during Lbe yeai
>f and in their examinations. They are
i- Misses Eloise Welch, Annie Bynum,
n Louise Tarrant, and Mary McClintock.
On each certificate of graduation is the
a appropriate motto, "Success is the re
. ward of toil."
On last Thursday afternoon a meet
ing of the Board of Trustees was held
and the present teachers in the white
schools were re-elected.
In the colored schools two new assist
ants were elected, the prindpal remain
ing unchanged. The two new as
sistants are Missee Lilla Reese and L.
r __ __r
Mason's Fruit Jars.
- The most satisfactory on the market
I At McINTos1's. ly
B The second quarterly meeting of the
- Newberry County Farmers' Alliance
a has been changed from Friday, July 3,
I to Friday, July 17. This change has
- been made to conform to the require
r ments of the District Lecture System.
All sub-Lecturers are members of the
. County Alliance, and attend this meet
ing. C. F. BOYD, Secretary.
E. P. Roe's Works
Can be found at the Bookstore for $1,
usual t rice $1.50. ly.
I beg to announce to
the public that my PRES
E!1 prices for ICE is
1 c. per pound in small
quantities; and also to
give assurance that 1
can and will meet com
peting prices. Give me
S. B. JONES.
The Picnic at Utopia.
The Utopia school in No. 8 Township
closed with a picnic on last Saturday.
As was to be expected, a considerable
crowd, composed of both old and young,
was present to listen to speeches on
educational subjects in the morning,
and afterwards to spend the rest of the
day in recreation and pleasure.
Messrs. Arthur Kibler, G. B. Cromer
and Mr. J. D. Mann spoke on the im
portance of education, and seemingly
received the attention of the entire
The people in this community are
wide awake on the common school
ques-ion, and are anxious to hear it
discssed. After the speech-making
was :inisbed, all were invited to a most
sumptuous and bountiful dinner. This
was the best part of the programme, as
the Utopia people know how to enter
tain their friends and seem to delight
in doing so. Every one felt at ease, no
meaningless formality being indulged
The school at Utopia has been in suc
cessful operation for the past nine
months, the patrons not being willing
to have a shorter term. Mr. M. W.
~Peurifoy has taught, during the past
n The school has enrolled about fiftl
,, pupils, and the average attendance hat
been between thirty and forty.
About one year ago Rev. .T. G. Her
bert gave to the school district one
acre of land, on which the building it
a located. After the land was given tc
the district, the school house was very
mucb improved by the trustees of thei
Since the Utopia community has sc
many children of school age there is nc
'reason why a godschool should not
be kept up, and we believe that there
will be, as the parties see the impor.
r tance of it.
A Fountain Pen for l0c
it the the Bookstore. 1.
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
is the place to get Cold Soda
Water, Milk Shakes, Iced
Lemonade. Also Deep Rock
.Water on draught Try their
Egg Phosphate. It is the
best kind of Tonic. ly
A Wonderful Invention
On exhibition at D. B. Wheeler's
Sewing Machine office. It is the Clay
ton Sewing Machine Motor. It enables
the sewing machine operator to sew in
definitely without the use of the treadle,
steam, water or electricity. Everybody
- and especially the ladies are invited to
call, examine and test the machine,
-and be convinced that they need one.
And don't forget that you can buy
the best Sewing Machines that are
made from D. B. Wheeler:-The
IWheeler & Wilson No. 9, The Stand
ard, Davis, New Home, Domestic, and
cheaper ones such as The White, The
Union, etc. tf
Sligh's, Mt. Tabor and Little Mountain.
What would we do without the C.,
N. & L.?
-The grain crop is very good.
The Rev. T. 0. Keister will deliver
an address in the church at Little
Mountain, Sunday afternoon at four
Section Master, Braidy, and several
friends were wrecked on Monday night
while returning from Newberry. They
were all bruised-not seriously. They
were thrown from the track by a wheel
barrow which had maliciously been
placed there by some marauder.
College students have returned to
their homes for protection during the
Rev. J. A. Sligb is in New York on
Mrs. B. F. Shealy is quite ill.
The Herald and News is to be con
gratulated on being able to make so
complete a report of the Commence
ment. Newberry College is surely
doing a good work. A. B.
r.-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. xy, x889.
A change of schedule on the C., N. &
L. railroad went into effect on yest-r
day. By this schedule through con
...,ctions are made on the G., C. & N.
railroad at Clinton for all points west
as far as Elberton, Ga., to which point
trains are now run on that road. The
road is being pushed as rapidly as pos
sible on towards Atlanta and in a short
time trains will run to Athens, Ga.
The following is the schedule now in
force on the passeiger train on the .
N. & A :
Saluda .................................. ) 0
Leaph3rts.... ......... ...... 1 )
SI ghso .................................-------... 3 1: 0 1
P ro pite ............ ................-.. 2 r.
it e Rock.......... ............ 5 -
Slighs.................. 5 i.
Prosperity .................... _ 1
Gary's Lase................................. : -5
K inards..................................... 4;32 S
Goldville ..................... ; . . ;1!
Dover .......................................; : :;
*Clint,on ..................--------.. -
An elegant assortment of Neglig'c
Shirts at BLALOCK'. tf
And Dried Beef at McIntosh's. ly
Helena Happen1iL Z.
Miss Carrie Coats, of the county, 1
spent several days with relatives last
Mr. T. P. Lane, of Columbia, was at
home for a day or two recently.
Messrs. Pratt and Julien are enjoy
ing the sight of cotton blooms in their
The belle of the village was gradu
ated with first honor from the graded
Pat Zobel, of Columbia, is on a visit
Mr. Wm. Zobel and Miss Lizzie have
returned from a pleasant visit to
Charleston and Columbia.
Rev. Chiles, a worthy colored mlinis
ter, lost his wife last week. She was
an exemplary woman.
Miss Louisa Meredith, of Laurens,
and Miss Regina Levis, of Toccoa, Ga.,
are with Mrs. C. L. Blease.
Miss Del Dennis. of the Hartford
section, was on a visit to the Misses
Coppock, last week.
Miss Flora Meredith returned to
Laurens last Thursday after a pleasant I
visit to friends in the viliage.
Miss Emma Buzhardt, of Prosperity,
and Prof. John Buzhardt, of Green- f
wood, are visiting their aunt Mrs. Em- i
Prof. Bowers moved into his heauti
ful residence on the college grounds t
last Monday. We shall all miss Prof.
Bowers and his family very luch.
Mrs. Dr. Strother, of Johnston, paid
a brief visit to her sister Mrs. Dr. S. G.
Welch, last Friday. She was 'n the
way to a sick relative in the up coun- t
Several Lutheran ladies who failed
to attend the receptiou, sold cake and
cream to a small gathering and realized
a crisp ten dollar note for the new
Mr. R. H. Greneker, Jr., is spending c
a few days in Laurens County. Little t
Frank Wright went up with him after
a pleasant stay of a month.
Rev. A. J. Bowers preached an ap
propriate farewell sermon to the vil
lagers last Sunday night. Their line of
duty was impressively mapped out on
"The King's Highway of Holiness."
We are pleased to learn that Dr.
Theodore Johnstone will occupy the
dwelling vacated by Prof. Bowers.
The doctor and his amiable wife will
be quite an acquisition to our little
community. They will move next
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years w'assupposed to be incurable. For
a great many years doctors pronounced
it a local disease, and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment, pronounced
it incurable. Science has proven catarrh
to be a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio,
is the only constitutional cure on the
market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfoces of the system. They offer one
hundred dollars for any case it fails to
cure. Send for circulars and testimo
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
g&Sold by Druggists, 75e.
AT ALL HOURS DAY OR
NIuHT AT LOWEST FIG
URES AND IN ANY QUAN
BY THE HUNDRED 75
JA MES DUNBAR. AGT.
Ball of the Newberry Rifles.
One of the pleasant and delightful
events of last week was the dance given
on Wednesday evening at the armory
of the Newberry Rifles, by the young
men of the city. It was a delightful,
aflair and greatly enjoyed by those who
were fortunate enough to participate.
The following is a list of those who
Mrs. Sanders, Ninety Six, S. C.,
white satin and pearls.
Mrs. J. W. Chappell, pink cashmere
anid cream lace; diamonds.
Mrs. W. E. Belcher, black lace and
Mrs. L. W. Jones, cream cashmere,
silk trimmings; pearl ornaments.
Miss Idale Hunter, Greenwood, S. C.,
lovely costume of pink cashmere, black
lace and eme ids.
Miss Lee Hentz Huff, Greenwood, S.
C. Cream cashmere and surah; natural
Miss Sunie Ambler, Pickens, S. C.,
crush straw berry cashmere, white lace
Miss Rhoda Boozer, Clinton, S. C.,
white dotted swiss and surah; gold
Miss Nina Vance, Newv Orleans, La.,
gold dotted swiss; diamonds.
Miss Bessie Stradley, Greenville, S.
C., stripe swiss and surah; pearl orna
Miss Janie Vance, Clinton, S. C.,
lovely costume of white silk; di amonds.
Miss Katie Rutherford, white mlull
and silk; natural flowers.
Miss Laurah Blease, pink silk and,
cream lace, diamond ornaments.
Miss Eva Riser, cream albatros and
lace, gol-.I orname:nts.
Miss lone Fant, beautiful costume
salmon henrietta. white lace, diamonds.
Miss Cornelia Coppock, white silk
Miss Mamie Williams, Greenwood,a
S. C., white swiss lace and surrah.
Miss Lizzie Glenn, cream cashmere, t
Miss Lois Fant, cream cashmere,
Messrs. J. E. Buchanan, Ninety Six,
S. C.; G. F. Wearn, Green wood, S. C.;
Walter Cameron, Jr., G3reen wood, S. C.;
R. S. Crookshanks, Greenville, S. C.
L. W. Jones, J. W. Chappell, Dr0V.
E. Belcher, Messrs. J. M. Johns!e, S.
J. Wooten, B. H. Johnstone, ,J ,iu' M.
Kinard, P. G. Ellisor, J. S. Kennerly, I
R. H. Wearn, J. D. Davenport, D). 8.
Ellisor, Wmn. A. Fant, Sam Wheatou,
M. S. Spearman, S. J. McCaughrin, L.
E. Folk, E. F. Riser, S. E. Brown, WV.
A. Mcoll F. B. T.ane.
Survivors Meeting Minutes.
NEwHRRY. S. C., June IS, 1891.
The Confederate Survivors' Associa- (
tion of Newberry County met in the
Court House onl Thusday, June IM,
1801, at 11 a. m.
The meeting v-:s c:tlled to order iy
the Presiddut, Cen. Y. J. Pope, who
stated the object of the meeting, viz., is
that a call had been made for the sur- ne
vivors throughout the South to meet|t(
to-day, to take some steps towards r- is
ing funds to erect a monument to the ! gal
memory of Hon. Jefferson Davis, Ex- a 1
President of the Confederacy. He also
urged the keeping alive a permanent wo
county organization. qu<
The minutes of the meeting of Feb- 1
rnary 11, 1SS9, were read and confirmed. col:
47 additional names had been added to in
the roll since the last meeting, making -
the total number of names on the roll is i
to date 197. Ma
The report of the committee appoint- bot
Ad at the last meeting was called for.
The President and Secretary, who on
had been appointed to prepare a short I be
sonstitution, reported that the duty I
had not been performed, and on motion ishi
>f 0. L Schumpert the committee was the
,ontinued with instructions to report ber:
it the next meeting. we
Tho committee appointed to make exe
irrangcment for the October meeting ver
eported through the chairman, O. L. to f
Schumpert, as no meeting had been tior
,alled nothing had been done. On mo- stu<
ion of J. Y. Culbreath, Esq., this com- 3
rittee was continued. Col
A resolution was offered by O. L. day
Schumpert and adopted that the Kir
>resent officers, consisting of the Presi- Jan
lent and Secretary, be continued in brol
)f)Mce until the report of the committee wee
>n constitution. of tl
The Associ2tion went into an elec- I
ion for two Vice-Presidents, Treasurer whi
tnd Assistant Secretary. Nominations Nei
'ere made from the floor, and the to t
lections were held by acclamation, I
vith the following result: Vice-Presi- Ex
tents, Col. J. C. S. Brown and Capt. J. noo
0.. Gary; Treasurer, W. H. Wallace; of
kssistant Secretary, J. S. Reid. sorr
J. F. J. Caldwell offered the follow- nur
ng resolution, which was unanimously abs
Ldopted: -That the President appoint int(
committee of five in each township, wit
onsisting of three ladies and two men, will
o solicit subscriptions to erect a monu- day
nent to the memory of Hon. Jefferson cloc
Davis. On motion of O. L. Schumpert, atte
,he committee appointed were to make _
nmediately a vigorous canvass and a
inal report at the October meeting. J
After some discussion participated in mei
)y J. F. J. Caldwell, James McI ntosh, and
sev. E. P. McClintock and O. L. Con
Scbumpert, Ir. Schumpert offered the -
oliowing resolution, which was unani
Resolved, That it is the sense of the Con
ederate Survivors Association of Newberry on
ounty tha: the monument to be erected to Ch:
he memory of the Bon. Jefferson Davis
hould be located at Richmond, Va.
The following was offered by Rev. E. 1
.. McClintock and adopted: in
Whereas, Dr. John A. Wyet h, of Madison His
evenue. N. Y.. has had the moral couraee to
nake the assertion that Northern soldiers ry
onfined in Southern prisons were as well hot
reated as Southern soldiers confined in g
korthern prisons; and whereas, the Northern -
>ress denies the assertion, and, Sm:
Whereas. Dr Wyeth calls upon Southern cha
oldiers who were confined in Northern prs
ns for certificates to establish the truthful- all
tess Gf the assertion; suc(
Resolved, That the secretary of this asso- bus
iation be requested to secure as many cer- F
iricates as he can obtain and forward a dupli
ate of the same to Dr. Wyeth. the original Nei
>eing retained by the association for future 3]
There being no further business, the toe
kssociation adjourned to ineet on the we
irst Monday in October, 1S91. It
Y. J. PoPE, President. Reg
C. F. BOYD, Secretary. Le
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Theocooin was onfte mos delihs.
The plcHeled. Nws is deit i
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>nude ofters oay Bush iner; andr
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round. heyonuto hu se toi be cep
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onparante saifcon. rand ols at that ePf
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NOTE:S FR~OM EXCELSIOR.
'rt,ps looking 1inn-.
Iealth tolerably good.
)Ur schooi will open on the iirs;
miday in .July next.
Ve have been on the complainin.
for a few days but we hope ou:
t letter will find us feeling all 0. K
Ye are now enjoying all kinds o'
-den vegetables and just such things
ungry man is fond of.
)ur farner.s are getting on fine with
rk and general green about coi
>rof. J. S. Wheeler's wife and little
spent saturday night with relatives
Mt. Pilgrim section.
,Iiss Kate Mayer, of 0 Neall section
n a few days visit to her sister, Mrs.
rion Miller and family of this neigh
heavy rain fell in this community
Sunday afternoon causing land to
w ashed con=iderably in places.
,as weeks Herald and News furn
:d a full and interesting account of
commencement exercises of New
ry College. Owing to circumstances
failed to attend the commencement
reises which we of course regretted
y much. Yes, Newberry has a right
eel proud of her flourishing institu
i and we wish the teachers and
lents all a pleasant vacation.
[r. James D. Kinard went down to
umbia on Monday to spend a few
s with his brother, Rev. M. M.
ard and family of that city. Mr.
es Kinard, accompanied by his
her, will also visit Charleston this
k and take in the sights and sounds
e city by the sea.
ev. M. M. Kinard, of Columbia,
le attending commencement at
vberry last week paid a brief visit
he parental roof here.
:ev. W. W. Mc.lorries preached in
elsior academy on Sunday after
n last. Owing to the inclemency
the weather the attendance was
iewhat small, however, a very good
aber was present. The writer was
?nt but we learn the sermon was an
resting one and was listened to
h marked attention. Rev.McMorries
preach in the academy on 3d Sun
afternoon of each month at 4 o'
k. The public kindly invited to
,ld these services. SIGMA.
une 23, 1891, by Rev. Walter Sum
, Mr. H. C. Hunter, of Newberry,
31iss Emma Simmons, of Laurens
[r, David Ridichuber, aged 95, died
the 17th inst., at his home near
Lppelis, and was buried at Soule's
r. J. J. Anic; died at the Asylum,
olunihia, on Friday, 19th instant.
remains were brought to Newber
on Friday evening, and taken to his
ie in the county for interpient.
P'ARi'ANnURG, Ju.ne 23.-Frank S.
ith, the leading commission mer
nit of Spa-tanburg, died to-day after
liness of six weeks. He was very
yessful and had built up a large
ness. He was ason of the Rev. Jas.
Smith, at whose house he died.
vs and Courier.
[r. Smith was a brother of our
nsman Mr. Robt. D. -Smith, who
it over to Spartanburg on Monday.
is with sincere regret that the
'ister announces the death of Mr.
nard C. Moore, at 4 o'clock on
irsday rnorning, at his residence,
ier Lumber and Wayne streets.
Moore was a native of Abbeville
nty and was about forty years of
He has resided in this city for a
aber of years. being all that time in
em ploy of Messrs. Lorick and Low-I
~e, in their hardware department.I
Moore was a business man, and a
'es a lively interest cal politics
i for several years has been Secre
y of Ward Four Club. He was also
enthusiastic fireman, and Secretary
he Phoenix Hook and Ladder Comn
ly for several years. He was also a
mber of Myrtle Lodge K. of P. A
d man has gone, whose death will
most sincerely lamented by a host
friends. Mr. Moore leaves a wife
I two children and a mother to
urn their loss. His wife is the
er of Hon. Ira B. Jones, of Lancas
Speaker of the House of Represen-.
ve.-Columbia Register, June 19th.
Ir. Moore was a citizen of Newberry
several years and had many friends
e. He married Miss Maggie Jones,
er to our townsmen Dr. E. C. and
.S. B. Jones.
PosT OFFIcE, NEwBERRY, S. C.
st of letters unclaimed and advertised
e 24, 189i.
ks, W WV Miiler. JTames
Iweli. James Rouse, Frank
nts. C H (s) Robinson, WV T
n, WV A Rea. Leonard
ber, Pink Rufr Mrs. Narrow
chi, Thomans Turner. B F
iston. Julia Young, Sam
rsons calling for the above letters wiii
s say that they were advertised.
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I TIT SO? 0 ~ EI<
Nothing, of a commercial nature, does leso-h i
much to stimulate the Idle, elevate the help
less, and empty the poorhouse, as Life Assur
in time of need are aided by our fellowm en. Drn'oeSao r
It gives independence, saves charity, and
teaches thrilt, It brings light out of dark
ness. and makes weakness strong.RIw u Eo ps i
Ifthere are any persons who regard Tontine
assurance as a failure, it is safe to say that
they base their opinion on the criticism of10 wR I E
those who are identinied with companies that
do not issue Tontine policies. The easiest T E S
demonstration of this is to cite a few of theBET TA D R GA -
dividends declared in 1S91 on some of the 20- LTDSGA 7Ls.
year Tontine policies of the,Equitable. For BS TN A DPIT
example, the holder of Life policy No. 66,548 2 ad........
has enjoyed 610,000 of assurance for 20 years, ET AQ AIYCEl
for which he has paid $3,450 in annual pre- DHO E UN2Yad.
miums. He Is now able to draw a cash divi- N W ER
dend of $4,154.30, aLnd may continue his as- COH2 ad
surance at a reduced rate of premium.
Or, he can surrender his policy and add to
ash value to this cash dividend, and thusE F
-1w a total of $,213.60 in money. Ths is
equivalent to a return of all he has paid in
premiums, with simple interest added at the.
rate of 3 per cent. per annuru. L ~ ~ M E
Or, he can convert his polic- ..d dividend __
nto paid assurance for $13,380 (equal to 246 FlNE SH0 S
or cent. of the premiums paid),
The largest p)rofits. however. are shown on - T
Endowment policics. Take the following
1.Thl r of policy No. 64,925 for $5,000Sa ilo a Prc s
has paid $4,798 in premiums. The present
cahvalue of his policy and dividends is sS,- I / te o d
449.45, equal to a return of all lie paid, with
interest at .the rate of over 7 per cent. per
s.nnum in addition.
000 has paid $9,630 in premiums. The present W ED M NY A D M S
cash of policy and dividends is S16,948.50, H V T~ W A ET
qual to a return of all he has paid, with In
t erest at the rate of over i per cent. per an- GV A.'YGOS
3. The bolder of policy No. 68,493 for $300~~ l j A S B C
las paid $3,106.80 in premiums. The present
cash value of his policy and dividends is
$ 5,438.31, equal to a return of all he has paid Teetr owrsnteDcin
vrith interest at the i-ate of over 7 per cent. y r ybgeog tod jsic
a~nnum. It h ieo h
The Tontine polic-r of the Equitable Life
Assurance Society of the United States not
cnly protect your wrife and children if you
s ould be taken from tnem, but also yield a M I JA
l.andsome retan to yourself if you live and
:eep your policy in force. - %~ F E .
It is easy for any life company to show
1large returns on policies which mature as l l5
Ieath Claims, but the Equitable shows large YU ) UI W
returns also to the living policy-holder. Its
Twenty-year Tontinc Policies maturing in-A D
1391 (by the expiration of the the TontineTo. r'o , b e A1sa 2
p eriod) have a cash surrender value equal to
a return of all premiums, with interest at
rates varying between two and seveai per iVh tk eSav
Before Its Tooat.
By ths f h ex..Whee