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LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
Club No.s, Township No. 4,
Will meet next Thursday, 9th, at
Long Lane Academy, at 3 p. in.
R. C. CARLISLE, President.
T. D. RAMAGE, Secretary.
Jao. W. Taylor & Co.
Having first class inate>al and ia
chinery, can turn out your Wagon :ad
Buggy work at short notice, in good
style and low prices. Call on us. I t.
Big Bargains in Cl"thing in order to
close out balance of spring goods. Will
sell at a big discount. If you have de
ferred buying your Spring Suit now is
your time. 0. M. JAMIESV .
Superintendent of Education W. D.
Mayfield has arranged for the holding
of Teachers' Institutes in twenty-one
counties during the summer.
The one at Newberry will be held
July 4 to 9 and will be in charge of
Prof. E. B. Craighead, of Wofford
College. All the teachers who can
should arrange to attend.
Prof. C. W. Welch will conduct in
stitutes at Anderson, Pickens and
Spartanburg during the summer.
For sale-a seven room cottage with
well of water and all necessary im
provements. .Desirably located in the
village of Helena. Price $450. For
further information apply at The
Herald and News office. tf
Governor Tillman offered a reward of
$100 for the apprehension and convic
tion of the person or persons, supposed
to be escaped convicts, who on the night
of May 21. broke open and robbed the
two store houses of George M. Shealy,
Sligh and Mills, at Sligh's in Newberry
county.-The State, 7th.
An elegant line Furnishing Goods
and Neck Wear, at JAMIESON'S.
Meteorologlcal Record, May, 1892.
Maximum temperature..................... 90
Minimum " --.----------.----.... 46
Mean -. . 70
Rainfall ....................... 2.67
" May, 1891.................. ...... ... 4.58
Delciency - 82............... 1.81
Ralufall, 5 months, 1592....................25.26
.. 5 " 1892.-- .-------3-- 17
Deflcency 5 " 1 2 .......-------------- 7.91
Light frost on the 24th.
Jane ist, 1892. W. G. PRrSO
Call on Smith & Wearn while you
can get choice goods. They are sell
ing them cheap for the cash. Dis
count on all cash purchases 15 to 25
per cent. tf.
A Crystal Wedding.
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Robertson on
Monday evening of this week cele
brated their Crystal Wedding-the
fifteenth anniversary. A number of
their friends were present at their
beautiful home on Caldwell street,
and a bountiful repast was served. It
was altogether a very delightful and
Use the three Spirittine Remedies
Nature's own rededies. A pure extract
of the cedar and pine tree. Testimonials
will confirm the astonishing results
obtained in cases of LaGrip.pe and
Influenza. Try it and be convinced of
its merits. ManufacturE only by Spirit
Stine Chemical Co., Wilmington, N. C.
Sold by Dr. W. E. P'elham.
*Harris' '.bia Water will save .you
For sale by Robertson & 'der and W.
E. Pelhamn. -tf
P. P. P. stimulates the appetite and
aids the process of assimilation, cures
nervous troubles, and invigorates and
strengthens every organ of the body.
Nervous prostration is also cured by
the great and powerful P. P. P. Its
effects are permanent and lasting.
The spring is here and so is the In
stallment man with Furniture, Baby
Carriages, Trunks, etc., which are of
frdon small monthly or weekly pay
menits. Stoneware and flour pots also
ohand. Cash not refused.
onit R. C. WILuIMs,
The Thstallment Man,
t. Main at., Newberry, S. C.
'If you are not satisfied that Smith
& Wearn are selling cheap for cash,
call onl them and you will be con
vinced. If you want good goods cheap,
no" is the time. tf.
Ever one who has tried the "Tar
~heel Ceese" recommend it as being
the finest cheese ever brought to the
city. Leave your order for asme, at
F or the Commencemer - Newberry
College the Richmon.. Aad Danville
Railroad will sell reduced rate round
trin tickets to Newberry an d return at
Sthe following rates fre:n points named
below-intermediate points in the same
proportion. Tickets on sale June 10th
to Ju ne 14th, limited to June 18th.
Andierson......... 3 75 Abbeville---... 90
Blmscksburg.....?...... 5 15 Chester ......... 3
SClinton .......... .. 1 10 Columbia..... .... 2 2a,
Greenville.........875 Greenwood......... 2 00 -
Lancaster.5....... 75 Laurens.1..... 75
Rock Hill....... ..5 45 k'rosperity........... 0
Spairt.anburg ... .... 3 75 Yorkville....... 50
A Baby Dies-The Coroner Holds an In.
SCoroner 'Reagin, held an inquest on
last Friday, over the body of an infant
child of Love Dandy who lives on Mr.
3. C. Wileon's place in No. 7 Township.
The facts are about as follows: Cora
Robertson, a little girl, was rocking the
baby on a bench and the bench fell
1oer and the baby's head struck the
bench. The head was crushed and the
Aby died instantly.
rhe parents were working only a
short distance from the house in sight.
The child was buried on Thursday
mrd on Friday, the coroner having
heard of it, proceeded to the place, had
.he body disinterred, impanelled a
jury and held an inquest.
The following is the finding of the
'ury: "We hereby agree that deceased
iamie to its death from a stroke of a
aench that fell as the nurse was rock
* Deafness Cannot be Curred
*local applications, as they cannot
ch the diseased portion of the ear.
are is only ,one way to cure Deaf
s, and that is by constitutional rem
es. Deafness is caused by an in
-ned condition of the mucous
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
s tube gets inflamed you have
:-umbli: sound or imperfect hear
,aso when it is entirely closed
afnes is the result, and un
s the inflammation can be taken out
1 this tube restored to its normal
adition, hearing will be destroyed
:ever ; nine cases out of ten are cansed
'catarrh, which is nothing but an in
tmed condition of the mucous su
We will give One Hundred Dollars
r any case of Deafness (caused by
starrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
starrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.?
F. J. CHENEY & Co , Toledo, 0.
irSold by Druggists, 75c.
When in need of a nice pair- of Hand
sewed Shoes, go to Jamieson's and buy
ahe Lilly Brack~et Shoe-the most comn
otale shoe made. ly
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Commencement begins next Sunday
Mayor Blalock is having his home
beautified by a coat of paint.
Mr. C. A. Bowman has moved into
hi, new residence on Johnstone Street.
(eo. B. Aull announces himself as a
candidate for County Conmmissiouer in
Mr. J. S. Russell is repairing and
itl provi:g iis store-roa'm and dwelling
on Main street.
'rTe Town Con eil on lrst Thursday
night voted the policemen the cost of
their new uniforms.
The trustees of the Graded Schools
will meet on June 16th to elect teachers
for the next year. See advertisement.
We would remind the festive editor
t htt be need have no fear now, for the
lal-kberry crop bids fair to be the best
on re cord.
The Newberry I)ancivg Club have
issued invitations for a dance in the
armi.ry on Thursday evening, 16th
There was a very heavy rain in some
portions of the county on Sunday. Jn
some places the land was badly
There will >e a basket picnic at the
residence of W. P. Harris on Friday
the 1st day of July. The public is iu
vited and to bring a basket.
The caucus will meet:at Newberry on
Saturday to settle who shall be per
mitted to run for the Senate and Legis
Mr. A. C. Jones has bought half of
Mrs. Greneker's lot on corner of Cald
well and Friend streets, the old home
of The Herald and News, and will
soon erect a dwelling thereon.
The first passenger train on the new
through schedule on the C. N. & L.
road passed up the road last Sunday.
The run Irom Charleston to Atlanta
350 miles-is made from 6.50 a. m. to
7.10 p. m.
Messrs. Adam L. Aull and Wm. A.
Hipp will give a first class barbecue
at the residence of the former on Satur
day, July 16. This will be the only
cue in this section during the summer
and a good dinner and a good time
may be expected.
"Strife" will be played in the Opera
House by the Newberry Rifles on
Wednesday evening, 15th instant. The
play is a four act ecmedy-drama of in
tense interest and thrilling scenes, and
the Ries will have the assistance of
good local talent. They deserve a full
Messrs. J. R. and J. W. Watts will
give a barbecue at the residence of the
former on the C. N. & L. R. R. on July
15. Messrs. B. O. Epting and Pat Blair
will have charge of the cooking. The
train on the C. N. & L. will stop going
down and returning to put off and take
S. B. JONES IS THE MAN
to buy your
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from. HIS PRICE IS AS LOW
AS THE LOWEST.
Packing Ice for the country a
Jones IS the ICE MAN !
Smith & Wearn are closing out their1
stock at a discount. There is no hum
ug about it. Bead thein advertise
ment. tf. 1
A eddline Children's Suits sell- t
a amieson s. SiitLs for
$3.50 to $4.50; regular price $6.00 to]
Mrs. J. Lewis Sale is on a visit to 1
relatives in Columbia, S. C.
Mrs. L. W. C. Blalock is spending
the week with relatives and friends at
Mr. P. Gray Ellisor is home from t
the University of Virginia.
Dr. 0. B. Mayer is in Greenville on
social pleasure's interest.
Mr. Frank Mayes left on Monda.y fort
Anderson, where he takes a position
with the electric light company.
Prof. Jas. P. Kinard has returned 3
ome from the John's Hopkins Uni- C
versity, Baltimore, for the summer. r
Mr. W. C. Dreher, of the Manufac
urers Record, has been in town for a a
day or two.
Mr. F. A. Schumpert went down to I
St. Matthews last week in the interest -
of the McCormick Harvest6r Corn
Prof. Jno. P. Glasgow of Gainesville,
Texas, hasecome to his old home in
Newberry to spend his summer vaca
Mrs. H. Y. Lane and Miss Sallie,
Mrs. Lula Lane and children, and Miss
Hattie Shackleford left yesterday for
Hendersonville, N. C.
Prof. C. W. Welch and family, and
Mrs. L. C. Hunter, reached Newberryi
from Texas on Monday. Prof. Welch I
will not return to Texas but will hold
himself in readiness for work at Clem
son when it opens.
Picture Frames, Albums and Easels
Just received another fine assortment
of Picture Frames at Salters' Photo-1
Shoes Shoes, Shoes.
Zeigler's well known Shoes. J. Fausti
& Son's Shoes. Alisolid as a silver dol-I
lar at MOWER'S. tf
For Shoes of all kinds go to Jamnie-1
son's. The latet.t Styles, best Stock and
Lowest Price can always be had. ly
Dots from siigh's.
Plenty rain; good crops; politics quiet.
The burglar excitement has sub
sided, and there is nothing but the
whistle of the threshing machine to
break the monotony of this city.
Misses Mary Singley and Lizzie
Livingston had a dangerous runaway
in a road cart on Sunday. The cart was
badly demolished. The occupants es
caped with some sl'ght bruises.
The Mt. Tabor Democratic club met
last Satnrday at 3 p. m. The main
object of the meeting was to ballot for
a candidate for the Senate and three
for the House. Rev. J. A. Sligh was
unanimously nominated for the Senate.
Several, received votes for the House
Cole. L. Blease, T. N. Kibler, W. D.
Hardy, the highest vote. G. A. Mills,
and J. WV. P. H armon were appointed to1
attend the meeting at Newberry next
Saturday to tabulate the votes of the
different clubs and see who will be the1
candidates for this campaign. S.
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
T H EE MOlmE CON VEN TIOMS.
M e e t in g o f C o u nty tx e c :ut i v e C o om mitt e e
-They Seem Anxious to Further DI
vide the Deiocratic Voters.
The County De:niocratic Executive
Committee met in the courthouse on
Monday ut 11 o'clock.
The Herald and News admits to get
ting soniewhat "left," to use a news
paper slang, in regard to this meeting.
It has never been customary to hold
these meetings publicly, but it seems
on this occasion t he committee decided
to throw open its doors and admit re
porters and every one else who desired
to atteiv. Well, The Herald and News
did r ,t get there in time to take down
the s, "eches but we are able to give a
pretty full report all the same.
We are glad of une thing, however,
and;that is that this committee, a ma
jority of whom belong to the Tillman
faction are beginuing to see the error
of their way and are, by their actions,
putting their seal of condemnation on
the plan of caucusing within the
party against rnmnbers of the same
party. There is hope for the old party
However, The Herald and News, is
not entirely "left" but is able to give a
pretty full and we presume accurate re
port of what was done.
President J. A. Sligh presided. Sec
retary Maybin acted as secretary. The
following members were present: .. F.
J. Caldwell, J. H. McIntosh, W. H.
Hunt, Jr., C. T. Paysinger, Harry H.
Blease, J. L. Keitt, J. C. S. Brown, W.
Frank Brown, C. W. Buford, T. H.
Chalmers, P. C. Smith, Wim. Werts, J.
R. Perdue, F. V. Capers, A. E. P. Be
denbaugh, J. Pierce Harmon, W. B.
Boinest, J. K. Epp:, J. A. Sligh, M. H.
Folk, J. J. Crooks.
Harry H. Blease offered a resolution
that two conventions be held to nomi
nate delegates to the State Convention,
one to be composed of the Tillman fac
tion and the other of the Sheppard fac
tion, said delegates to be voted for at
the primary. Messrs. Hunt, Caldwell,
J. C. S. Brown, Smith and Chalmers
opposed the resolution'on the ground
that it was contrary to the constitu
tion and was recognizing that there
was two factions in the Democratic
party, whereas the Executive Commit
tee should be the committee of the
whole party, and know nothing of fac
tions, and further, that such a resolu
tion could not be binding and could
nly operate as a suggest ion. That they
would not consider themselves bound,
nd on tho contrary, would feel it their
luty to declare to the public that such
ction was not within the scope of the
Democratic Executive Committee add
Democratic party, and was contrary to
dl law and reason.
Messrs. Keitt, Sligh, Capers and
Blease spoke in favor of the reso
ution. They argued that this would
>ot widen the breach in the
)arty, but would tend to bring the
lifferent factions together. It was
)nly following in the steps of the State
Executive Committee, which had
ecognized two factious in the State by
ippointing campaign days and allow
ng each side to be heard from. And
urther, there had been vague rumors
)f the Tillman faction holding caucuses,
rd it was proposed to have these con
ientions with open doors so that every
>ne who desires may attend. That the
Executive Committee was acting for
he whole people and would show no
'avors to any faction.
The resolution was then adopted by
Svote of l'7 to 6. The following voted
'no": Caldwell, McIntosh, Hunt, J.
3. S. Brown, Chalmers, Smith.
Mr. R. T. C. Hunter appeared before
be committee and asked if he woold
>e allowed a question. The president
Mr. Hunter desired to know if tihe
Executive Committee could authorize
he formation of a new club.
Chairman Sligh said, while he desired
o grant the permission, he thought it
ivas contrary to the constitution for the
axecutive Committee to do so.
Mr. Keitt thought the only way was
or the Executive Committee to call a
ounty convention to pass upon it, and
hereupon offered the following resolu
Resolved, That the chairman of this com
ittee is hereby instructed to call the Coun
Convention to meet on the first Monday in
uly, for the nurpose of authorizing the forma
ion of new c.ubs, and such oth'er business as
be convention may desire to transact.
The resolution was adopted.]
Before the adoption of the above reso
ution Mr. Keitt offered the following
esolution as the sense of the commit
ee, and it was adopted without de
Resolved, That the Executive Committee of
ewberry County construes Article 2 of the
onstitution to mean that the County Con
ention alone has power to authorize the for
:ation of new clubs.
The matter of electing Trial Justices
.so came up for consideration. Chair
nan Sligh thought that it was best to
tave Trial Justices appointed as hereto
>re and not require them to go before
he people. in this opinion Messrs.
aldwell and Hunt concurred, while1
ditor Capers filed a dissenting opin
on. The whole matter was deferred to
he next meeting of the committee.1
The two - faction - convention - p lan
ame up again and was reduced to
riting and adopted as follows:
Resolved, 1. That each faction of the Dem
cratic Party of this county be requested to
tOld a convention to nominate candidates
or delegates to the State Convention, one
onty convention to bc cornposed of those
rho favor the ticket headed by Gov. Shep
oard and the other headed by Goy. Tillman.
Resolved, 2 That the composition, time and
>lace for such conventions b>e referred to
ach faction in the county.
The anti-Tillman members of the
:ommitee again filed their protest
md said they would not consider them
elves bound by the resolution and
would advise publicly that the com
nittee had no authority to call a con
ention of the factions of the party.
Mr. Hunt also offered a resolution
*o adopt the old system of voting and
nstead of having .one ticket and one
ox, to have a box for each office to be
roted for, but it too was postponed to
he next meeting.
The committee adjourned to meet on
e second Monday in July.
Call for County Convention.
A Convention of the Democratic
Earty of New berry County, is hereby
alled to meet at New berry on the first
Monday, 4th day, of July, 1S92, at 11
'clock a. in., for the purpose of con
idering the formation of new Demo
:ratic clubs and to transact such other
usiness as the convention may desire
;o transact. The subordinate clubs
wvill hold meetings and elect delegates
o this cotnvention on the basis of one
lelegate for every twenty-five members
mud for every majority fraction thereof.
J. A. SLrou, Chairman..
R~. C. MAYBIN, Secret.ary.
To Elense the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive
r bilious or when the blood is impure
r sluggish, to perimanetly cure habi
:ual constipation, to awaken the kid
eys and liver to a healthy activity,
ithout irritating or weakening them,
o dispel headaches, colds or fevers,
Ise Syrup of Figs.
er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
The Prohibition Convention.
If pursuance to a call issued by)
ITarry H. Blease, the member of the
Executive Committee from this county,
a convention was called to meet in the
Court House last Saturday, to take
under consideration the question (it
prohibition. The convention was not
well attended, only about twenty per
sons in all being present. Arthur Kib
ler was made temporary chairman and
Harry H. Blease temporary secretary.
The following names were enrolled:
Arthur Kibler, Harry H. Blease, I. H.
Boulware, W. K. Sligh, W. W. Daniel,
J. F. Todd, J. P. Cook, E. C. Jones,
M. W. Purefoy.
Then came the permanent organiza
tion, and it F emed a little ditficult to
gdt a perm:ient chairman, no one
being willing to accept the honor.I
tir. Blease nominated Mr. W. K.
Sligh but he declined the honor. He
said his heart and soul were interested
in the cause, but he would not have
the time to devote to the work. Mr.
I. H. Boulware nominated Mr. Arthur
Kibler, but he also deciiued, and
thought that sonic clergyman would
best fill the bill, and he put in nomina
tion the name of Rev. W. W. Daniel,
and at the same time explained that
the duties were to be performed only
at this meeting. That being the case
Mr. Daniel did not decline, and was
consequently elected. Mr. Daniel said
he could not well refuse the position to
which he had been elected, and assured
the convention that he would do the
best he could. He felt much interest
in the cause and would do what be
could to promote it. He thought we
would receive more benefit from it
than any other movement that had
yet been put on foot. He thought the
liquor traffic to be the greatest curse
with which we had to contend.
Mr. Kibler nominated Mr. Blease as
permanent secretary, and he was
The principal object of the meeting
seemed to be the election or the ap
pointment of an executive committee
who were to have in charge the work
in this county during the campaign.
Mr. Kibler, therefore, moved that
the chair appoint an executive com
mittee of five.
The chair seemed at a loss to know
whether it was to be confined to those
whose names had been enrolled in
making the appointment, or whether
wider range was to be allowed. Mr.
Kibler said he did not see where the
ommittee was to come from except
from the names enrolled, and that
seemed to be the general opinion. Mr.
Todd moved that those who came in
late be permitted to enroll their names
but no additional names were put
do.n and the chairman proceeded to
appoint the executive committee as
follows: Arthur Kibler, E. C. Jones,
H. H. Blease, I. H. Boulware and J.
Dr. Jones said he thought they had
better wait to get another meeting.
He thought it looked too much like a
farce for so small a number as was
present to go to work to appoint a com
mittee. He declined the appointment
>n the executive committee.
Mr. Boulware said this was the
busiest season of the year with the
'armers, and that for his part of the
ounty they were for prohibition tee
totally, convention or no convention.
Mr. Cook thought they should make
. start, that at least nine-tentbs of the
people in his community were for
Mr. Purefoy thought that there was
no use for another convention. That
the start should be made now.
The chair then appointed Mr. Jas.
. Todd in place of Dr. Jones on the
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer said he had not
enrolled his name, but that he was
leeply interested in the cause, and as
far as he was able be would do all he
ould to make it a success. But he
hought that the most we could do
would be to educate the sentiment of
he people in this direction.
The convention then adjourned.
Cot- L. J. AlIred Writes.
I am in my seventy-third year, and
ror fifty years I have been a great
uferer from indigestion, constipation
tnd billiousness. I have tried all the
*emedies advertised for these diseases
nd got no permanent relief. About
e year ago the disease assuming a
tore severe and dangerous form. I
ecame very wveak and lost flesh rapid
y, I commenced using Dr. H. Mozley's
[4emon Elixir. I gained twelve pounds
a three months. My strength and
?lealth, my appetite and my digestion
ere perfectly restored, and now I feel
s young and vigorous as I ever did in
ny life. L. J. ALLRED,
Door-keeper Ga. State Senate.
State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 5,
A Mother's Report.
Mrs. N. A. McEntire writes from
spring Place, Ga.: For many.years I
iave been a great suff'erer from indiges
ion, sick headache and nervous pros
ration. I tried many remedies, but got
o permanent relief until I used Dr.
tozley's Lemon Elixir. I am now in
)etter health than for .many years. My
laughter has been subject to chills and
ever from her infancy. I could get no.
hing to relieve her; the Lemon Elixir
ias restored her to perfect health.
Sold by Druggists, 50c. and $1.00 per
mttle. Prepared by Dr. H. Mozley,
READ AND REFLECTF!
PERUNA, the great remedy for
AATARR H sold only by
PELHIAM, Special Agent.
MANALIN, sure cure for CON
STIPATION. Sold only at
PELHAM'S Drug Store.
LACUPIA, fine remedy for IM
PURE BLOOD. Sold only at
Call for book descriptive of these
medicines at PELHAM'S.
The I. WV. Harper whiskey should
be on every sideboard.
The I. WV. Harper whiskey should be
in every Medicine chest.
The L WV. Harper whiskey should be
in every club.
The I. WV. Harp"r whiskey should be
on every bar.
And all of this because it is the prince
of whiskies. The ideal Kentucky arti
cle. Sold .y Tros. Q. BoozER.
New berry, S. C.
Bucklen's Armca Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores,
Bruises, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores. Tet.
t, chapped Hands, Chilblns, Corns and
alt Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. IR is guaranteed to
rve perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Prce 25 cents~ pe box. For m.ale by Robert
on & ilder.
Harris' Lithia Water will cure any
malarial diseases, Dropsy, Sick Head
ahe, Constipation, diseases arising
from poisoned blood, Gravel. For sale
by Robertson & Gilder and WV. E. Pel
A certain cure for Diarrhea,
Dsentery and all other diseases
of the Stomach and Bowels. 25
cents a bottle at Robertson&
Gimer' Drn- Store.
OUR PROSPERITY LETTER.
- 'oSPERI Y, June 7.-Last Friday
night the Blacksmith Shop of Capt. H.
S. Boozer was destroyed by fire, which
t entailed a loss of about W65. The fire
was purely accidental.
. The bulk of the wheat and oat crop
awill 6.= harvested this week. The crop
i. a fair one.
2 The lands are thoroughly soaked by
e the frequent rains, which in most places
e have been gentle.
2 Prof. C. W. Welch, of Houston,
Texas, will deliver the Annual address
a before Prosperity High School Wed
nesday night. The exercises will close
Thursday night. The public is cordially
- invited to attended the exercises as
e they will be of a high character. The
i school under the efficient management
e of Prof. E. O. Counts and Miss. Bessie
r- Wheeler has been a success.
-- There will be no services in Grace
y Church next Wednesday night, nor on
' Sunday following.
The candidates for State officers are
billed for Holly's Ferry, on the 12th
July, at which time there will be a big
old fashioned Barbecue furn'-hed to
3 satisfy the hungry multitudes that will
a be there.
e One farmer sold 56 bales of .cotton
ehere yesterday, and still we are ;not
happy. There is quite a lot nrore in
this county to sell.
The C., N. & L. railroad is doing
mighty well. It has gobbled up the
Atlantic Coast Line, the Sea Board Air
Line, giving us a fast through scaedule
from Charleston and Wilmington to
Atlanta, and is about to put the Rich
mond and Danville in the hand3 of a
receiver. Hurrah for the Little Giant.
1 Mr. Randall Pope, the retired drug
gist of Madison, Fla., says (December
3, 1889) he regards P. P. P. (Prickly
Ash Poke Root and Potassium) as the
best alterative on the market ar-d that
hj has seen more beneficial results
from the use of it than any othe blood
ICE DRINKS !
ICE DRINKS !
- MILK SHAKES,
PINE APPLE BON-BON,
Florida ORANGE PHOSPHATE
Drinks of the Season.
t Water on Draught
Sunday, 11 a. mn., Baccalaureate Ser
mon, by Rev. E. J. Wolf, D.. D., of
Sunday, 8.30 p. a.. Installation of
Rev. A. G. Voigt as Professor of Sys
tematic Theology in the Seminary.
-Monday, $.30 p. mn., Junior Contest
Tuesday, 10.30 a. mn., Address before
the Alumni Association, by W. J.
Cherry,-Esq., Rock Hill, S. C.
Tuesday, 12 in., Annual Meeting of
the Alumni Association.
-Tuesday, 8.30 p. mn., Address before
the Societies,byRev. L. E. Busby, A.M.,
Leesville, S. C.
WVednesday, 10 a. in., Coramence
Class Roll-S. J. Derrick, R. L. Gun
ter, G. S. Livingston, S. A. Merchant,
J. P. Neel, E. B. Setzler, J. C. Wells,i
E. L. Wessinger, J. WV. Wessiniger. I
Junior Contest in Oratory-Contest
ants: G. S. Bearden, E. A. Carlisle, J.
L:Caughman, B. L. Jones, E. W. Lu
ther, N. D. Bodie, S. L. Cash, J1. H.
Harms, J. D. Kinard, H. A. McCul
The exercises li be held in the'i
Opera House, except tb e allation of
Prof. Voigt on Sunday nigh 7which
ervices will be held in the Lutheran
June 5th, 1892, at the residen ce of Mr.
Adam L. Auli, by Rev. J. A. Sligh.
Mr. David Cromer and Miss Fanniei
Mrs. Rachel Wicker, died at her
home near Prosperity, S. C., on the 31st
ultimo, in the 67th year of her age.
She was a consistent, devoted and
charitable member of Grace E.ivangeli
cal Lutheran church, Prospe:ity. Her I
death was caused by neuralgia of the
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
ste 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 ace
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in]
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agee&be substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
Ito all and have made it the most
poplar remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and .$1 -bottles by all leadig drug
gists. Any reliable dr:aggist who
-may not have it on hand wd1lpro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co.
SAN FR ANCISCO, C AL.
L.0UISVIL.LE. KY. NEW YORK, N.Y.
ElBOILING WATER OR MILK
E P PS'S
,LABELLED 1.2 LB. TINS ONL.Y.
ICES AND CAKE.
A S,-ries of Entertainments for the l'atror
age of the Generous Public.
The Sunbeam Society of the Firs
Baptist church will have public exet
cises on Friday, 10th instant, at 5 p. n
Refreshments will be served in th
churchyard after the exercises.
The ladiesof the Presbyterian churc:
will serve cake and ice cream in '
Phifer building, corner of Law Rang
and Nance streets, on Tuesday, 14t
instant, from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., an
from 8.30 p. m. to 11 p. in.; also o
Wed nesday, 15th instant, from 11 a. 1n
to 2p. m.
On Wednesday evening, 15th ir
stant, the students' reception will b
held in Mr. B. F. Griffin's grove an
the Lutheran parsonage yard. Th
ladies of the Lutheran church will fu
nish refreshments at popular prices
ice cream 10 cents; cake 5 cents. B
request the Maypole exercise will I
repeated and the Sunflower song wi
also be given. These exercises will b
gin at 6.30 p. in. A general admissio
of five cents will be charged the publi
The Woman's World's Fair Clu
will give a "Clipuing Sociable" o
Friday evening, 17th instant, at th
residence of Mr. W. H. Hunt, Jr. A
admission fee of ten cents will t
charged. Refreshments will be servei
The public is invited.
CHEAPER THAN ANYBOD
By H. C. HUNTER.
Pants for 50 cents, at J.aSsox's.
And Dried Beef at McIntosh's.
Straw Hats, cheap at JAMIFSON's.
Board of Health.
At a meeting of council held yestei
day morning the following Board c
Health was elected for the ensuin
year: Ward 1, A. L. Knighton and J
W. White; Ward 2, J. B. Suber and J
A. Burton; Ward 3, W. F. Ewart an<
J. W. Tribble; Ward 4, George A
Langford and J. C. Goggans; for towi
at large Dr. W. G. Houseal.
The Board of Health was requestei
to have published again the ordinanc
requiring the registry of all deaths arw
births, and that the same be strictl:
enforced, and all fail'lres to compl;
with its requirements be strictly deal
The old board recommended tha
council appoint a health officer whi
should be required to inspect the prem
ises in each ward once each weel
from the first of April for six months
and that he be paid $25 a month; an<
that for the other six months insp-c
once a month and be paid $10 a month
and also that the board be reduc-<
from nine to five. The council did no
adopt the recommendation, but wil
expect the new board to use everi
means in its power that will promot
the cleanliness and health of the town
It is a very important matter.
A big lot of work Pants for 50 cents
worth 7.5 cents, at JAMIESoN's.
We authorize our advertised druggist t<
ell you Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
smption, Coughs and Colds, upon this con
ition. It you are afflicted with a Cough
old or any Lung. Throat or Chest troubie
and will use this remedy according to direc.
ious. giving it a fair trial, and experience
o benefit, you may retnia the bottle an<
ave your money refunded. We could no
'ake this offer did we not know that Dr
King's New Discovery could be relied on. I
ever disappoints. Trial bottles free at Rob
rtson & Gilder's Drug Store. Large size 50c
Exhausted vitality, nervousness, los
manhood, weakness caused by over
axation of the system, 'will be cure<
y the powerful P. P. P., which give
ealth and strength to the wreck of th<
ystem. _ _ -
For bargains in Shoes, go to
1 y JAMIESoN'S.
An elegant line Oxfords for Ladies
isses and Children, at
1y 0. M. JAMIESoN'S.
Ten Thousand In Ashes
And Still Bnrning !
But fully covered by assurance
hat the merits of "Saboroso'
igars will keep them burning
We make no false statements.
ur books will show that we have
sold 10,000 of this celebrated
igar in the past few months.
t is the best 5c. cigar on the
arket. This is the verdict oi
dl who have tried it. It is one
>e our leaders. We have othel
ood brands, and can please yoi
n any style, shape or price.
We want your cigar trade, ani
will try and please you, as it is
leading feature in our business t.
which we give particular atten
Try "Saboroso" and give u:
For sale only at
ly DRU~G STORE.
Jam ieson's is the place to buy you
Clothing cheap. ly
Since its first introduction. Electric Bitter
has gained rapidly in popular favor, unti
now it is clearly in the lead among pere medic
ffal tonics and alternatives-con.ainiing nol
ug which permits its use as a beverage or irl
toxicant, it is recognized as the best an
puetmdcne for all ailments of stomacl
Livestoridicis It will cure Sick Headach'
Indigestion, Constipation. and drive Malari
from the system. Satisfaction guaranteed wit
each bottle or the money will be rerundet
Price only 50c per bottle. Sold by Rtobertso
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
when she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
when she became 31iss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
Just received a fresh lot o
that prime German 3Iillet. whic]
we offer at a reasonable price.
ROBERTSON & GILDER.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
ON AND AFTER THI
I can be found at the C
where / will be please;
tomers and. as many i
favor me with their patr
JOHN F. 5
STOCK of C
We have moved
wood store here,
pose to clean ou
stock at prices
We propose to slai
PHIE Cash is wha
EADQUAR TERS I
'he Largest and Most Comnj
in Newberry. I have all my Sh
manufacturers ina the country,
they give perfect satisfaio aen
reach of all
to $6.0 A ful line of LilyB
the most comfortable shoe made.
n Ladies' Fine Shoes we
n Elegant Line of Oxford
from 75c. to 2.75.
y Stock of Medium and I
for Plantation Use is complete. (
Shoes. You will find the Quality c
t BIG DRIVE IN
FOR THE NEXT
A Nice Line of NEW CLOTHLNG
liscount. A nice line of Children's Kn<
os If you need anything in the Clot]
nae it pay you, if you nee oly an A
Successor t M0 inter
1ST OF JUNE
'entral Drug Store,
I to see my cus
7ew ones as may
and we pro
It the whole
to suit the
i TO INY ONE NOW
t we want.
1ete Stock of Shoes
oes made by the very best
e! Why.? Because
the prices are within the
' Shoes from $1.50
ackett Hand-sewed Shoes
carry E. P. Reed's,
Hayes-Partridge Shoe Co.'s
Ties just received,
[eavy Weight Shoes
Jome to me when you Deed
wn Prices rigid.
that we will sell at a big
e Suits which we wlli sell at
ring line, come to us; we will