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xg -For Rent.
escour -oom cottage, new, neatly
on CaldweIl street. For
n,etc., apply to
. : T. Q. BoozERK.
T onnty Ezeative Cnmnittee
-meet at Newberry on Saturday
at which meeting the managers
hprmary election will be ap
.0. Rivers can now be found
- .W. Taylor & Co., where be will
to see his friends. 2t.
tw Dmnocratic Club
S eat the Jobnstone Acade
.T eday, August 9th. at 8 a. M.
member'is requested toattend,
of importance concerning
on will be attended
SAm P. CRTwErj,, Pres't.
O. a Flesant Mission.
2Tora and Maggie Russell ac
Mr. Fred-J. ssell to Don
e 'rday, where Mr. Russell and
ri ht were married last
e. . W. Daniel, ot the
ethodist church. They
, Jay, I892.
a itemenatura 77.4.
799e, 6.85 inches.
oly1892, 3.70 inches.
- ~ emonthsi 1892, 34.76 inches.
en mouths, 1891, 42.2inches.
1, 189 W. G. PErEasoN.
** - Wanted -
farm-lands in Newberry
foteicah, or to exchange town
er house andlots, for lands. Pur
ade now and possession taken
- oMPANY. 4t
The- Teacers' Insitate.
County Institute in session here
.*eek is conducted by Rev. Dr.
o EB. Craighead and
Han& The meetings' are held
Graded School building and are
tatded' by the-. teachers and
and instructive. The
from9a.m. toip. m.
' th btic is invited to attend.
tnd 1ew0s will have a full
' Lat' er ot ior Coigress..
August 1.-A. C. Lat
Seltoa-is -a full-fiedged- candi
in the Third district,
the Tillman leader of
0,I in the field
In the Third District
o- tOwork with a vim, and
tln;Abbeville County. He
Cy b ;ongres"sman John
6 oly opponent.-Greenville
'!h Co.inty cajupsia -
wa 6pened here esterday
~b ontinuedi to-day at Wadling
'owthe' residence of Mr. -Thos.
good. barbecue-d.nner will
byMessrs. 3D;'Nance and
~hreaythspeknwdl be at
2~iiay Wmires and a?ecue
(lusa)Dr. Lander will
a~~e ntheopera house.
yigt"rof. W H.. BHand
~mgtProL- E. B-, Crig
There is no charge.'
-wiLtegiu promptly at -8.30..
Clg ea ecturedin the M~eth
aie uday night and every
"jmbead iWspeaks-in the highest
-1fll furnish good beef at our
atTeo. Spebl's shops on Sat
- orning of eseh'week, at .5 to 7
- Bas. &e money by sending to our
$$ BoozEE & WALLLACE.
ezof theNewberry Build
InAssociation are hereby
that the 834 assessmnent will
-4-e and must be paid Friday,
-1892, and that the Board
will meet in the Council
Aabers or ~Monday, August 8th,
at 3&o'clock p.- in., to sell the
aone wishing to borrow money
- theassociation can leave his ap
- tonwith the secretary at the Na
Bt ank of Newberry.
J. W. M. "SantoS,
H~-Ii Arrasene, Embroidery and Etch
~il~k; Artist's Tube Oli Paints and
s~teiect-line of Picture Frames for sale
Salter's Photograph Gallery. It.
S Friday there was another cau
n Klettner's Hall to hear the
otoflheommittee appointed at
preyion ieeting. The Herald and
east said hefnxe,.de not feel it
iitaduty to go into the details of
meig No doubt the main facts
bedevlopedn the campaign.
'~brseems to be some difficalty in
--the eaucus ticket fixed up
"we presume those persons
telbound to obey the behests of
-leaders will do as they dictate.
essi~we very much mistake the inde
of the people of .N'wberry
and their inborn spirit of lib
they will vote as they please re
--gd~ of the dictation of any man or
of men. Otherwise, what is the
efa primary and a county canvass?
.-2' -A elegant line Furnishing Goods
-nd Neck Wear, at JAmESoN'S.
Ma=chle-= neral Water
WilCur Dypepsia I digeion,
dies Skin diseases, Chronic Sores,
'eIhave used it for DysPepsia and
ngton in my own-case with great
J. HinT. BLEASE.
3.. Agent for Newberry County.
'C njectors and Insirators.
~A'Angle, Globe and Check Valves.
Unions, Nipples, Bushings, Pipes
~ ~nial engine fittigs, for sale by
4t .A.SCHUMPERT, Agent.
? Asplendid line Children's Suits sell
n~Ig at cost, at Jamieson's. Suits for
-J'.50 to $4.50; regular price $5.00 to
~-Don t fail to call on S. B. Jones when
-want Ice. ly
on Smith & Wea while son
choice 'geods. The are sell
an 'heap for the ca . Dis
t-ion all cash purchases 1: to 25
~~w-FramesAbumns ann- Easels
rmesmat Salters' Photo
VAEIOUs AY.ALL ABOVU.
Thursday, the 18th instant, is State
campaign day for Newberry.
Mr. John T. Duncan announces him
self i candidate for the House.
Mr. WV. A. Fallaw is announced.as a
candidate for Trial Justice at New- i
Mr.~J. H. Crisp is announced as a v
+eandKiate for Trial Justice for No. a t
The splendid rains throughout the
county on Mondy night will revive
Maj. Jacob Epting is announced this f
week asa candid.ate for County Coin
Rev. Prof. A. G. Voigt will preach in
the Lutheran church next Sunday
Mr. W. G. Peterson announces him
.uif a candidate for Trial Justice in
Township No. 6.
The highest point touched by the <
mercury in Newberry during the hot t
spell was 98 on last Sunday.
Messrs. I. P. Cannon & Co. will give
a barbecue dinner at Utopia on county
campaign day, August 17th.
A change of schedule on the Laur
ens railroad was made on Monday.
The train for Laurens leaves Newberry
at 1.15 p. in., instead of 4.25 p. in.
Harris' Lithia Water will cure any
malarial diseases, Dropsy, Sick Head
ache, Constipation, diseases arising
from poisoned blood, Gravel. Forsale
by Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pel
Mrs. C. L. Blease is on a visit to rela
tives at Te .a, Ga.
Mrs. J. C. Myers has returned from c
a visit to friends near Ninety-Six. I
Mrs. J. Aug. Sitton, of Pendleton, is i
on a visit to.relatives in Newberry. t
Mr. Frank B. McIntosh has returned
from a visit to relatives in Darlington.
Mrs. G. B. Boozer and Mrs. Rebecca
Paysinger have gone to Glenn Springs.
Rev. A. J. Bowers of Savannah is on I
a visit to relations and friends in New
Dr. and Mrs. G. A. Setzler, of Po- ]
maria, have gone to West Springs,
Mrs. Jas. R. Davidson returned last
Saturday from a visit -w her sister, Mrs.
Bodie, at Leesville.
1irs. J. C. M. Kinard, of Edgefield I
County, is on a visit. to friends and f
relatives in Newberry..
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bowles, of Augus
ta, are on a visit to the family of her
father, Mr. S. P. Boozer.
Cadets Cozby, Johnson, Langford,
Mentosh and Speers are home from
the Citadel on their summer vacation.
Rev. Dr. Holland, Mrs. Holland and
Mrs. Geo. B. Cromer will leave this
week for Marion, Va. Mrs. Holland
and Mrs. Cromer will spend the sum
mer.there. Dr. Holland will return in 1
about three weeks.
Miss Laura Blease leaves Newberry
to-day for-several weeks' sojourn at the
North. She will visit Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York j
and Boston, and her many. friends be
speak for her a safe and delightful trip.
Mr. Jno. 0. Speck, of Palatka, Fla., I
is on a visit to his father, Capt. John F.
Speck, and will remain several weeks.
Capt. Speck expects in a few days to
take a trip for his health and his son
will have charge of his jewelry busi
ness during his absence.
-Seldom or ever have visitors to our
town made friends so- rapidly and so
permanently as Mrs. Dr. Tribble and
her -daughters, of Newberry. And
~seldom or ever has Edgefield known
prettier, gentler or more prepossessin
Sirls than Misses Maud and Marie1
bble. At their home while in Edge
field, Mr. James A. Holland's,\ they
were necessarily happy, for Mr. and
Mrs. Holland, generous, genial and
gay, mnake~ it their duty to study the
happiness of all people, especially
young ones, whomay be lucky enough
to sojourn beneath their roof. Mrs.
Tribble and her- daughters left our
town on Saturday morning last, and
are now visiting the old ancestral
home of Mrs. Tribble's mother at
Meeting Street-Dr. D. C. Tompkin's
-the old Smyly homestead. Many of
our disconsolate boys have said to us
very earnestly: "Can't you induce Miss
Mand and Miss Marie to come back
this way?" We lay the sad plaint be
fore our two' lovely' young friends. -
.This is Turnip Season.
We change our ad. this
week and talk Turnip:
Seed. Just received a
fresh supply of cele
brated seed. These seed
are pure and reliable,
sure to give satisfaction.
We have a good variety
from which you can
chose. If you want a
good crop of Turnips,
try our seed. We buy
direct from the Phila
delphia Farms from re
liable growers, so you
run no risk in getting
none but fresh seed.
Come, and select from
our list, at
The Central1Drug Store.
How's Your Wife.
Does she feel poorly all the time,
suff'er from lack of energy, and agenemnl
"non-account" listless enervation? She
needs a tonic. Something is wrong
with her blood. 1Kun for a doctor? Not
at all, my dear sir. Get. her a bottle of
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot and
Potassium), the very best Woman's
Regulator and Tonic extant. It reaches
the source of trouble quietly and quick
ly, and before you know it, your wife
will be another woman, and will bless
the kind fate that brought P. P. P. to
her notice and relief. Our best physi
cians indorse and recommend it, and
no well-conducted household where
pure blood and its concomitant happi
ness is appreciated, should be without
it. For sale by reputable medicine
Pants for 50 cents, at JAMrESON'S.
Highest of all in Leavening Pey
THE COU.TY CAMPAIG
)pened at Newrberry Yesterday-A Que
Day Withont Special Incident.
The county campaign, under the ap
iointments of the Executive Commit
ee, was opened at Newberry yesterday
The meeting was held at Jones' Grove
rithin the incorporate limits of the
own. It is a delightful place in which
o hold a meeting.
The Herald and News bad intended
o synopsize the speeches, but the meet
ng got a late start and did not reach s
inish before our time for going tc
There were about two hundred per
'ns present and nearly all the candi:
lates. County Chairman H. H. Blease
>resided, and allowed each candidate
0 minutes in which to speak. With
ome 12 or 14 candidates this will occu
sy 6 or 7 hours.
Messrs. Cromer and Goggans, candi
ates for delegates on the Sheppard
icket were absent on account of sick
The meeting was quiet and passed
If without special incident.
A barbecue dinner was served by
Iessrs. Perry & Senn.
'To-day the meeting will be held al
dr. Thos. W. Keitt's.
For Shoes of all kinds go to Jamie
on's. The latest Styles, best Stoek and
owest Price can always be had. ly
Straw Hats, cheap at JAMIESON'S.
Use the three Spirittine Remediet
sature's own rededies. A pure extracl
f the cedar and pine tree. Testimonialh
vill confirm the astonishing resulti
btained in cases of LaGrippe and
:nfluenza. Try it and be convinced of
ts merits. Manufactured only by Spirit
ine Chemical Co., Wilmington, N. C
Sold by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
For sale-a seven room cottage with
sell of water and all necessary im
>rovements. Desirably located in the
illage of Helena. Price $450. Foi
urther information apply at The
3erald and News office. tf
There is no harm in making esti
nates on the results of the coming pri
nary election. Every one is estimat
ng. The Herald and News has nC
igures and-has made no estimates. A
ood friend of ours and a Tillmanite
vho was in the office a few days ago,
;ave us the following figures. He
ased his estimate on the t last count3
onvention-51 Tillman delegates witi
ne for every 25 voters gives 1275 Till
nan voters in the county. 31 delegate:
avoring Sheppard on the same basi
rives 775 votes for Sheppard. Fror
ach of these he takes 100, leaving Till
nan 1175 votes and Sheppard 675, or
najority of 500 for Tillman. If that ii
he case, it looks very much as if Till
nan were going to carry the county
3ut these figures will not pan out,
he result is going to be very muet
loser, and the way we see it the ma
ority is going to be in favor'of Shep
ard. If the election were to-day, Mr
>heppard would carry the county by e
ood safe majority. And the prospect,
re that the Sheppard majority wil
ontine to grow from now until the
0th of August. But however it ma3
to in this county or the State, The
lerald and News is ready and willing
a accept the result without bitterness
r ill feeling toward any one. At th4
amne time there is no harm in the aim.
e act of counting your chickens be
ore they are hatched.
Femnale Weakness Positive Cure.
To the .Editorn: Please inform youl
eaders that I have a positive remedi
or the thousand .and one ills whici
Lrise from der:mged female organs.]
hall be glad to send two bottles of m3
emedy Free to any lady if they wil
end their Express and P. 0. address
DL. A. C. MARGHISI,
Utica, N. Y.
Buist's celebrated Tur
ip Seed is the mosi
saleable because the one
who sows them has
ound by ezperience
bhat they not only al
ways grow, butthe rooti
bhey produce are inva
riably of the very finiesi
juaity. The new croi
is now for sale at
- Good Looks.
God looks are more than skin deep de
itons. It the Live be inactive. y
ive a Blous Look, iyorstomach be dli
rdered you havea Dysei Look and 3
rour Kidneys be afetdyou have a Pinched
ook. Secure good health and g'oa will havy
good looks. Electric Bitters .is the grea
lterative and Tonic actg"-directly on thes
rital organs. Cures Pipe,Blotches, Boil
md gives a good compeion. Sold a
Robertson & Giders, Drugstore, 50c. pe
We offer Improvet
Mason and Globe Fruii
Jars at Pelham's Drui
Store, in Quart and Hal
Gallon Sizes, at lowes1
prices. .Buy your Frui1
Jars at Peiham's.
Every one who has tried the "Ta]
Ibeel Cheese" recommend it as being
he finest cheese ever brought to th
Dity. Leave your order for some, a
-y. , MCINToSH'S.
The spring is here and so is the II
tallment man with Furniture, Bab;
Uarriages, Trunks, etc., which are os
rered on small monthly or weekly pay
ments. Stoneware and flour pots als
n hand. Cash not refused.
R. C. WILLIS,
The Installment Man,
tf. Main st., Newberry, S. C.
Harris' Lithia Water will save yo
from fever spell of sickness this Sprini
For sale by Robertson & Gilder and'W
E. Pelham. tf
erf... U. S. Gov't Report
AT RIDGE ROAD.
A Quiet and Peaceful Day--Music and
DanLing-Several Speeches--A Good
"Little drops of wisdom,
Great big chunks of gall,
Make the mighty Statesman '
In the Congress hall."
This couplet closed the speech of a
Congressman in the halls of Congress
one day last week and no doubt ex
presses more truth than poetry in
many cases, and one who hears and
reads much of the campaign speeches
of the present day must conclude that
"chunks of gall" are much more com
mon even than "drops of wisdom,"
not only in Congress but upon the
stump. I want to disclaim in the be
ginning, however, any intention to
make personal application of this
couplet to any speeches that I have
heard. I would not be personal. I1
have attended in this county .up
to this writing three barbecues at
which public speeches were made by
the candidates for county offices, and
have heard most of the candidates for
legislative honors speak.
On last Thursday I was at Ridge
Road. The barbecue was at Mr. Win.
Bobb's residence and was given by
Mr. Bobb and Mr. Livingston. it}
was a good dinner and there were
about as many ladies present as men.
I am always glad to see the ladies
present at these gatherings.
Before dinner speeches were made
by J. C.. Wilson and J. M, Johnstone,
candidates for the Legislature.
In the afternoon Geo. B. Cromer and
J. K. P. Goggans, candidates for del
egates to the State Convention on the
Sheppard ticket, Dr.-C. T.,Wyche can
didate for delegate on the Tillman
ticket, spoke. Cole L. Blesse candidate
for the Legislature and Thos. S. Sease
for clerk, also, spoke. Very good atten
tion -was given all the speakers. At
the conclusion of Mr. Cromer's speech
two pretty young ladies, the M sees
Morrs, appeared with their violins
and gave the audience some very pret
ty and sweet music, but'did not cow
pliment any of the other speakers in
this way. Whether it was a compli
ment to Mr. Cromer individually to
his speech, I will not undertake to
he crowd present was largely in
favor of Tillman, though there were a
good many more Sheppard men than I
expected to find. They all listened
attentively to all the speeches and were
given something to think about and
take home with them. From the
gatherings I have attended the indica
tions point to a good safe majority for
the Sheppard ticket In Newberry Coun
ty. E., . A.
Packed at lowest price for country
trade by S. B. Jones. ly.
Mason's Fruit Jars, half gallons,
quarts and pints. ALeo extra rob
bers for same.
For sale cheap at
RoBErsoN & GILDER'S
1y. . Drug Store.
* Pronounced'Hopeess, Yet Saved.
Froma letter written by Mrs. Ada E.Hr,
of Groton S. D., we quote: "Was taken with
a bad cold which setted on myLungs, cough
set in and terminated In Cosmton. Four
doctors gave me up, saigI cudlive but a
short time. I gavelfupto my saviour,
deterinedif I not.stay with my
friends on eat,I wouldmieetmy absent ones
Sabove. My huan was advised to get Dr.,
-ig' New Discovery for Conguniptlon,
al, lst otle:It has cedme andtan
Trial bottles frea Rerto A Gider'
iDrugstore. Regular size, 8cc. and $LO.00
An elegant line Oxfords for Ladles,
Missesand Children, at
ly 0. M1. JA.xIEsoN'S.
You can always boy Ice at lowest
Fprice from S. B. Jones. -ly.
Big Bargains in Clething in order to
close out balance of spring goods. Will
Iselat abig discount. If you have de
ferred buying your Spring Suit now is
Iyour time. 0.3M. JAMIESON.
.8mith & Wearn are closing out their
Istock at adiscouint. There isno hum
bug about it. ~Read their advertise
Busene's Arnaas Iatie.
The Best Salve in the world for Cutses,
all Skin Erupns.adpsvely ces
oetsufon . or mone reuded
rce25ents pe box. For sale by Robert
son & Gilder.
For bargains in Shoes,go to
SZeigler's well known Shoes. J. Faust
I& Son's Shoes. Allsolid as a silver dol
Slar at MoWER's. Uf
PINE APPLE BON-BON,
Florida OR ANGE PHOSPH AT E
SDrinks of the Season.
Water on Draught
0 Drug Store.
Lost manhood, lost energy, weak
ness, general debility are al.ured by
P. P. p. New life, new energy are
infused In the system by the blood
'purifying and cleansing properties of
P.?P. P., the greatest blood purifier of
When Baby was siek, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Chlld,she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla.
Be sure to call on Jones when you
. want best Ice at lowesti price. ly.
If you want Ice at any time call on
S. B. Jones. :ly.
pd Dred Beef at McIntosh~S
.~ ~-. .
NEWBEERY TO JOIN THE LEAGUE.
A base Hall Association Orrauized With
It would seem that Newuberry is pre
raring in earnest for the great national
ame. On last Wednesday night in
the armory of the Newberry Rif1es a
uumber of young men meet and
)rganized themselves into a base ball
wssociation. There are forty-four charter
Prof. Frank Evans was elected Prea
ident, Mr. R. H. Wearn, Vice-Presi
lent, Mr. M. L. Spearman, Secretary
md Treasurer and Capt. S. J. Mc.
They expect a match game at the
grounds at Newberry next week about
Wednesday and Thursday between
he Newberry boys and the Greenwood
We want Newberry to -be in trim
now and take a stand in the front
rank among the league.
A Pleasant Lemon Tonic.
For Biliousness, Constipation and
For Indigestion, Sick and Nervous
For Sleeplessness Nervousness and
For Fever, Chills, Debility and Kid
ney Diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorough
Drganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Dr. Mozley's Lemon Elixir is pre
pared from the fresh juice of Lemons,
wombined with other vegetable liver
tonics, and will not fail you in any of
the hbove named diseases. 50c. and $1
bottles at druggist s. .
Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley,
A Banker Writes:
From experience in my family, Dr.
Mozley's Lemon Elixir has few, if any
equals, and no superiors in medicine,
for the regulation of the liver, stomach
W. H. MAGNESS, Pres. Nat'l Bank.
For nervous and sick headaches,
Indigestion, biliousness and constipa
Lion (of which 1 have been a great
sufferer) I have never found a medicine
that would give such pleasant, prompt
and permanent relief as Dr. H. Mozley's
J. P. SAWTELL, Griffin, Ga.
When in need of a nice pair of Hand
Sewed Shoes, go to Jamieson's and buy
theLilly Bracket Shoe-the most com
fortable shoe made. ly
The Meeting on the Scales.
It takes Newberry to inaugurate 'novel
proceedings; but as this also is a record
breaking year, we guess it is. all right.
Notwithstanding the many "irregular"
meetings already held and the announced
number of regular meetings yet to be
held, there was another meeting Saturday
night, which seems to have been gotten
up on the spur of the moment-and there
was some spurring done. This time the
meeting was held in the scales (on the
large wagon scales near the G. & C. R. R.
depot). Whether the management had an
eye to its being a good place to rub the
scales from the eyes of everybody or not
we don't know; but one thing is certain,
judging from the temper of the crowd
and the effect of the speeches, each side
was "weighed in the 'scales' .and fornd
wanting"-fromi the two opposing ~stand
points. There were only two speeches
made, by Geo. B. Cromer, Esq., and Dr.
S. Pope. There were other speakers on
and, ready and willing to be heard, of
course, but the meeting was broken up
by a-little "impromptu row". The two
speakers were both interrapted frequently
by yells and questions, and other sense
speeches were of the familiar characteris
tr order-the same old, old story-that
we have ao often heard, and hear even
now, and will continue to hear-known
doubtless by heart by the little boys who
work at the spindles and the looms-the
charges and counter-charges, crimnination
and recrimination, until it is useless .and
too tedious to repeat them here, especially
as we are sure to hear the same thing
again to-day, and to-morrow, and on and
on forever, it seems
That.was an off meeting. It is time to
call such off for good.
The row spoken of was brought about
by persons inthe crowd, a friend of an
accused man, in his absence, branding it
as a lie ~the had been bouight, which
report had been circulated freely and
which was reiterated by the party fur.
nishing the information. At one time a
row seemed imminent, but things fal11y
-down, and candidates and people
-without any blood having been
spilled, but running up to fever heat.
Pure and wholesome Quality.
Commends to public approval the Cali
fornia lIquid laxative remedy, Syrup
of Figs. Itis pleasant to the taste and
by acting genty on the kidneys, liver
and bowels to ceanse the systemn effe
ctually, it promotes the health and
oomfort of all who use it, and with
millions it is the best and only reme
August 2, 1892, at the residence of
the bide's uncle, Mr. J. I. Rauch, of
Edgefeld, by Rev. C. P. Boozer, Mr.
W. Shelton Boozer, of Newberry, and
Miss Martha Ramage, of Edgefield.
Mrs. Rosa Brown died in Newberry
on Sunday, July 31st, aged 80 years.
Mrs. Eugenia R. Wilson, wife of Mr.
W. M. Wilson, .was born July 31st,
1851, and died July 31st, 1892, aged 41
Both the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is plasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
ntly yet promptly on the Kidneys,
' erand-owel, ceanses the sys
tem eftectuully, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
eptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
efects, preadonl from the most
healhy nd areeblesubstances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
Syuof Fisis for sale in 50c
a 1bottles byall leading drug
gist. Any relibedruggist 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.
SiN maaO, MO.
(e5IavIL~ fY~ NEW ~LV~ -
Mrs. John Sheppard is on a visit to
her old home in the village.
Mr. Thomas Wright, of Anderson, is
visiting his sister,,Mrs. McDowell. M
Miss Maggie Jones has gone on a tj
visit to relatives and friends at Grove fa
Station, Piedmont and elsewhere in
Dr. Theodore Johnstoue has returned da
from the Dental Association and will
quiet that nerve and settle your neu- hi
ralgic pain. By the way, several young
men have reeently cut their - teeth t
in Newberry. 0
Mrs. Corrie Greneker and Mrs. C.-C.
Davis with her pretty baby boy, left tl
the city last week during the intense
heat for a few pleasant days with rela- te
tives amid the delicious groves and sl
cool retreats of our suburban village. :C
It is to - be hoped that some of the la
delegates from the Helena Sunday
school may find it convenient to at- t
tend the county convention. It hap- I
pens tbat they are all teachers and in
terested in the Institute now in session.
The Helena Sunday-school recently
sent ten dollars anda a piece of cloth as
a contribution to the Clinton Orphan- te
age. We learn that another building
will soon be added to the Orphanage, al
and that a family of orphan children
from this county will find a welcome
home in the noble institution. y4
After a long and beautiful season of
refreshing showers, which produced a ri
wonderful growth of luxuriant vegeta- sE
tion, there suddenly fell upon us the
intense heat of almost tropic sun,whose sa
brilliant, blazing beams were rapidly m
burning up vegetation as with the hot cl
breath of the sirocco! And another o,
week of such terrific heat would have
told the sad tale for us. It would have ti
been too late for the stunted crop to tj
have put on a maturing growth before fi
frost. We are speaking more particu- w
larly of the cotton crop, upon which'
the hope of the farmer depends this w
crucial year-small as the money yield a
may be-in order that they be enabled
to straighten the tangled threads of his ,
business and tide over the troubles of n
another season : so the heavenly rain w
did not descend a minute too soon. fh
We believe in the providences of God,
and would hereby express our grati- p
tude for the mercy vouchsafed to help
less, dependent man. Farmers are not. o
the only ones interested in the rainfall. o
If there be no seed for the sower, there
can be no bread for the eater. We are y
also gratified and thankful for the
showers because of the relief from the tr
heat afforded the children as well as a
sweltering humanity in general. It is
to be hoped that the "backbone" of the b
summer's almost torrid heat is broken,
and that we shall continue to have nor- a1
mal seasons and a happy "harvest
Mr. Houseal told this correspondent a
last Saturday afternoon that he thought
Sans Souci would have some happen-.
ings as he had that afternoon happened P
to break the "head line" Helena Her. h
aldings twice while adjusting his type: a
On reaching home that night said cor
respondent was furnished two items, P
both happening to ladies: r
A mother was singing a lullaby to a
her babe in the gloaming as she sat it
rocking upon the porch. Suddenly
there was a thump and a bump, and a a
confused, rushing sound for a moment,
and all was tremulously still. Thesong tl
was very abruptly broken in the mid
dle when the rocker came too danger- E
ously near the rtep. The baby was on w
the off arm and its weight, if not the
mother's would have tilted it. It went si
over and then over again, and that de- it
voted mother thought that she and the
rocker would stay that child, but she 0:
picked herself up in a silence that was
felt, and the baby unhurt and still in ~
the enibrace of that off arm. The acci- Ii
dent only awoke the little sleeper. It
was the outstretched wings of the en- E
camping angels that kept the infant ~
from leing hurt.
-The folio.wing is the other item: A o
lady lost her spectacles, and after giv- c
ing up the search, her husband was in
the act of buying another pair when a
gentleman, living more than a.mile
away and just hearing of the circum- ~
stance, camne up and said: "Tell her to c
look on the right hand side of the door t<
and she will find them in the grass." 3
She did so, and sure enoug'h, there they 8
were. That is a remarkablre happening,.
as the gentleman certainly knew noth- '
ing beforehand of the loss of the speo.
tacles. Strange things happen some
times. Did he dream it? Or was he
in fun when he said it and just guessed
at it? Or do the mnajTrity or people lose
their spectacles -in such places? How P
do you explain it? It just happened so,
perhaps, but still it is very funny. S
SANs SoUCI. (
- Killed by Lightning, I
[Special to News and Courier.] .
GREENWOOD, August 1.-During a
heavy thunder storm last night an old t
and respectable negro name William f,
Bailey -was killed by lightning, and t:
two other negroes were badly hurt a
while taking refuge from the rain un- d
der the porch of a store.
AN AGED MAN KILLED. . t
[Special to the State.]
PICKENs, August 1.-Frelinhuysen
Nelson was instantly killed by light- q
ning this afternoon three mile east of
Pickens. He was 92 years of age. H e
had stopped in Mr. E. T. Looper's
barn out of the rain.
A Pointer to County Chairmen.
ISpecial to News and Courier.] j
CoLUMBIA, Angust 1.--The speakers ~
of both the Tillman and Conservative
tickets respectfully request that all
county.chairmen arrange their meet
ings so as to start at I0 o'clock, if possi
ble, and not later than 10.30 o'clock. I
The speaking usually lasts from five t
to six hours, and unless this arrange
ment is made railroad connections can
not be made. Besides the speak.ers al
ways want to get through as soon as
possible. The newspaper correspond
ents join in the appeal for early meet
ings, and hope thaat all chairmen will
provide sufficient desk accommoda
tions and have the stands covered.
Jamieson's is the place to buy your
Clothing cheap. 1y _
50,000 feet of good Lumber for sale.
4t ROn'T MoonMAN.
It Should Be in Every House. 3
J.B: \lnson.371 Clav St..sharpsbrg, Pa.. says '
will not be without Dr. King's Nsew Discovery -
for Consumption,-Coughs and Coughs, that it
cured his wife who was threatened with Pneu
monia after an attack of "La Gripe" when -1
various otherremedies and several hsiiansj
had done her no good: Robert Bater, of
Cookport, Pa,, claims Dr. King's New Dis- t:
covery has done him more good than any. g
thing he has ever used for Lung Tronbe -
Nothlngke It. Try it.Roetsn&Gilder% -
Drug Store. Large bottles. 50c. and $1.00. J
This remedy is becoming so wefl know
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used ElectriC Bitterssing
the same song of praise. A purer medicine
does not exist and it is guaranteed to do al
that it claimed. Electric Bitters will cure ali
diseases ofT the Liver and Kidneys, wi11-re, C
move Pimples, Boils. Salt Rheum, and other g
affections caused by impure blood. Wml driv- ..
Malaria from the system and prevent as well '
as cnre all Maslarial fevers. For cure of Head- y
che Constipation and Indigestion try El'c
trie 'Bitters. Entire satisfaction guarant
or money refanded. X'rice 50 ets. and $1M pg
bottle at Robertson & Gider's Drug Store.
ne se o a2secure .
P'lnts from Plnetop.
It is always something in Pinetop.
This time it is prohibition, prohibition.
Now I am no prohibitionist-that is, no
That is to say, that- while opposed to
ae excessive use of whiskey, I am not
natical on the subject.
"Be ye temperate in all things."
How can one be temperate and not
ink a little?
A man can be intemperate in his pro
bitionism as well as in his alcoholism.
If every body was temperate in every
ing-eating, drinking, talking and so
i-what a glorious world we'd have.
Not to be misunderstood, I will state
at I do not drink.
But because one man cannot drink
mperately, it is no reason why ten men
kould be debarred the privilege of en
ying a moderate indulgence in stimu
If prohibition worked satisfactorily and
as universal, that would be a different
But dry towns will havQ liquor.
Men who want it will have it and do
at it. prohibition or no prohibition.
And when they get a gallon they drink
ore than when they get a pint, as a mat
r of course.
Whlskey is a goo'd thing in its place
id h-ll is not the only place either. -
"Give the devil his due."
This is a free country-you can do
yur own thinking.
As for me I think one man has as much
ght to sell whiskey as another has to
'I tobacco-or anything else.
I would not deal in it myself-on the
me principle that I would not deal in
any other things not to my taste or in
ination-but that is a matter of one's
If people who don't drink-as well as
rose who do-would quit magnifying
ieir own virtues and their neighbors'
mlts, this would be a better country
ith all its liquor.
Prohibition is not the only -thing that
ill take you to heaven, my friend,not by
If people who live in "glass houses'
ould quit throwing stones, there would
ot be so many broken"pains" in this
orld-if some poor unfortunate devils
equently do take too much.
But stand to your colors-if you are a
rohibitionist, say so.
But don't be a prohibitionist in a crowd
Sprohibitionists and an anti in a crowd
If you are an antiin-town be one when
ou move to the country.
And if you are not.an anti in the coun
y, for goodness sake don't become an
ati when you move to town.
Be - a man-whatever you are-have
If you want a drink of whiskey, go in
the front door.
I read the various newspapers and see
>&ny little insinuating flings and mean
ad spiteful inuendoes.
That is despicable.
If a man hasn't the courage of his-con
ictions and is afraid to tell who or what
a means, he shouldn't say anything at
A writer sometimes insinuates very
Lainly, and when the aggrieved party
,sents it he is to'd that "no names were
tentioned," when everyone knows whomn
was intended to strike.
Come out like a man when you have
aything to say.
If you are too big a coward to do so,
ien act the coward in silence, and
Don't blow and bluster so much as to
take some people believe you are really
ery courageous, until they.find you out.
The length of a man's legs and the
reghof his voice are not everything
tksbrain and sand to make a man.
Not to change the subject too suddnly
e abruptly, but
Don't imagine that because a person
oesn't go regularly to church, he or she
Sa bigger sinner than you.
Some who goevery Sunday don't re
iemer a soiaything about the ser
-They can tell everything everybody had
a and more news (2) than some of us
ire to hear in a whole week.
Do you call that religion?
When your head is bowed at the comn
imon table, do you glance out the
rner of your .eye through your fingers
see who that is pressing against you,
your anxiety to fmd out if the clothes
re as fine as yours?.
Many a ragged Lazarus will bel>rilliant
i glory while the fine communicant will
eep company with Dives.
*i1oe Reward, gie0..
The readers of this paper will be
leased to learn that thereis at least one
readed disease that seieriee has been
ble tocurein all its stages and that is
atarrh. Hall's Catarrh -Core is the
nly positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
onstitutional disease, requires a con
itutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
~ure is taken Internally, acting directly
pon the blood aind mucoussurfaces of
be system, thereby destroying the
aundation of the dalse, and giving
be patient strength by building up the
onstitution and assisting nature in
.oing its work. The proprietors have
o much faith in its curative poers,
bat they offer One Hundred Dolars
or any case that it falls to cure.' Send
r list-of Testimonials,
Address, F. 3. CRENEY & CO.,
&Sold by Druggists, 75e.
If youeare troubled with Dyspesa,
~tomach Disorder, oriliver and Kine
lomplaint, try P. p. P., and you wl
ejoice at Its magical workings Fe
nales are peculiarly benefitted b P. P.
. It expels disease, and gives hathy
etion to every organ.
DON'T T A KP POISON !
Cheap whiskeys are a mild form of
oson. Consumers are warned ag*inst
. . wIna's JWN6 COIUY 1111
Sa standard, high grade Kentucky
hiskey which reaches me direct from
entucky, and whose purity I can con
eientiously guarantee to those seeking
stimulant for medicinal or social use.
Respectfully, THos. Q. BoozEE,
Newberry, S. C.
rEORGE S. MOWER IS AN
LX nounced as a candidate for the
omina'ion for the State Senate in the
)emocratic Primary this year. He
ri abide the result of the primary.
'or House of Representad1res.
[ ANNOUNCE MYSELF A CAN
didate for the House of Represeni
atives, and-agree to abide the result of
be primarg. JOHN T. DUNCAN.
[HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for the House of
Leprentatives and p ledge myself to
bide' the result of the primary elec
ioni JOHN W. SCOTT.
r ER EBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
ja candidate for a seat in the House
I apresentatives, subjecte the Dem
ertprmr. M. JOEHNSTONE.
GOL L. P. MILLER 1S HEItEBY
'no.ninated fo,r the Legislature,
d is pledged to abide the result of the
rimary. MANY FBIENDs.
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candIdate 'for election 10 the
wer branch of the Genera! Assembly
Lt the approaching Democratic primna
y, and will abide the result of the
am'e. JNO. C. WILSON.
OLE. L. BLE ASE IS HEREBY
announced as a candidate for. the
-ar anmantaive subeetto
For School Commissioner.
T HE NAME OF THOS. W. KEITT=
.is presented to the Democratie
voters of Newberry County for School :f
Commissioner. Mr. Keitt is a most_
competent teacher and in hearty sym
pathy with the people in their efforts '
to elevate their children. He will abide =>
the decision of the primary.
SFRIENDS OF EDUC ION.
W. HIGGINS IS HEREBY
1' announced as a candidate for
the nomination for the office of School
Commiss,aer, subject to the Demo
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
IHEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for the nomination'
for Clerk of the Court at the ensuing -
primary election, and pledge myself to
abide the result of said primary.
JNO. M. KINARD.
rHOS. SEASE IS HEREBY NOM
inated for Clerk of Court of New
berry County, subject to the. primary.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for Sheriff of New
berry County-subject to the Demo
cratic Primary Election.
J. H. SMITH.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for the .4omination
of Sheriff at the approaching primary
election, and pledge myself to nbide by
the result of said primary.
W. W. RISER.
TENJAMIN HALFACRE IS
hereby nominaLad for Sheriff for ,.
the people of Newberry County, and
will abide the result of the primary.
CAPT. M. M. BUFORD IS HERE
by nominated as a suitable candi
date.for Sheriff at the approaching pri
mary election, and is pledged to abide
the result of said primary election.
ROBERT T. CALDWELL IS
hereby announced as a candidate
for Sheriff, subject to the result of the
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY
self as a candidate for Sheriff, sub
ject to the primary. WM. A. HILL.
FOR COUMf COMMISSIHNE .
MAJ. JACOB EPTING IS HERE
by announced as a candidate for:
County Commissioner, subject to the 7
result of the primary election.
THEREBY ANNOUN CE MYSELF -
1 as a Candidate for County 'C
missioner at the approaching m
election and pledge:. myself to"abx4e
the result of said primary
R. J. C. PERRY IS
nominated as a candidate ;r
Cdunty Commissioner at the approsi.i .
ing Democratic primary, andis pledged
to abide the result of the same.
T HEREBY'ANNOUNCE MYSELT
..as a candidate for County Commis
sioner of Newberry County, and will -
abide the result of the Democratie -p
mary. T. B. LEITZSEY.7
T YANCY FLOYD IS HEREBYt
" Y announced as - a candidate for -
County Commissioner at the approach
ing primary, and is pledged to abidetlie
result of the same. -
M H. LIVINGSTON IS. HERE&-'
11. by announced as a candiae'
for County Commissioner, .andw
p,ledge him to abide the result of.
TJ. KINARD IS HEREBY:AN
U. nounced as a candidate. for me
election to the oficee of Cony c
misinr, nd is pledged to bdethe -
MONROE WICKER SHRE
Sb nounced as acanidate for -
pledged to abide the result ofs. the pr-l
mary election. .
IRY D. SHOCKLEY IS HEREBY ;z
announced as a candidate for Coun
ty Commissioner, subject to the result
of the,Democratie primary.
RHREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF..
Ias a Candidate for County~.Co-m<
missinner, subject toe the primary
election, the result of which -I at
pledged to abide.
- D. W. KINARD.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELIF
as acandidate for County Commis
sloner ofNewberry County, subject to
the primary election.
FOR TRIAL JISUICE
W7 A. FALLAW IS'HEREB
VT announced for Trial Justice at
Ne.wberry Court House, and ispiedge
to abide the result of the primary ee
IHRRBY ANNOUNCE MY
self as aCandidate for theofficeof
Trial Justice, at Newberry C. H.-, and
pledge myself to abide the result of the
primary election. -
H . setda suitable man ford s
the office of Trial Justice ai Newberry,
subject to the Democratic primary. e
is a lawyer by profession and ~is well
qualified to discharge the duties of the
offie. MANY VOTERS.
J H CRSPIS HEREBY AN
.ouced as a candidate forTai
Justice for No. 5 Township, sub~jctt
the primary election.
ITHEREBY ANNOUNCE ME$
as a candidate for the nonlo,
of Trial Justice of Township No.#ist
the approaching primary election, and
pledge myself to abide the result of
said primary. W. G. PETERSON.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
A.as a candidate for appointment
as Trial Justice for No.7 Township and .
pledge myself to abide the result of-the~
primary for Trial Justice in 'the .said
Township. N. W. GREGORY.
FOR 0OUNTY AUDIOR.
W A LL A CE C. CROMER'-S
h-ereby announced as acandidate$
for Auditor subject to the Democratic -~
I3RANK E. MAYBIN IS HEREBY
announced as a candidate for the
nomination of Auditor of Newberry
County, subject to the resultof theDem
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for the nomination
of County Treasurer, and pledge my
self to abide the result of the Demo
cratic primary. C. F. BOYD.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCS MYSELF
as a carididate for the nomination
for the ottice of Coroner at the ensuing n
primary election,-and pledge myself to
abide the result of said primary.
NATHAN H.. BOUKIGHT
MfR. JNO. N. BASS IS HEREBY
announced as acandidate for Cor- ~
oner at the approaching Democratic -
primary, and will abide the result of
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a Candidate for the nomination
for Coroner of Newberry County, and
sedge myself to abide the result of the ~
-F. MA RION LINDS~~~
Blotches, Old Sores, Uleers
-skin ernntInnacured t 1p2