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LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
The third convention of the Chris
tian Endeavor Societies of South Caro
lina will be held in Columbia April
27-29th. Round trip tickets will be on
sale April 26th and 27th, good until
April 30th. From Newberry $225;
Prusperity r2 00.
Have you seen my new and pretty
line of Millinery, Fancy Goods and
notions? If not, call at once.
MRs. S. A. RIsEt.
Every lady wants to be beautiful.
-A becoming, elegant hat helps the
case greatly. We nave them.
ly Davenport & Renwick.
Newberry's "Quail Traps "
We understand that Mr. Pearson told
them yesterday morning in bis talk to
the business men of Newberry that the I
church buildings in Newberry were
quail traps. We do not know what
that looks like, but if he can do any
thing here to arouse the people of this
town to their duty in the matter of
some new church buildings, he will j
have done a good work. That new i
church buildings are needed no one
will deny. That we are able to build I
new ones all must admit. We hope
Mr. -Pearson will give a talk on this
subject directly before he leaves.
Try a package of Magic Poultry
Food, guaranteed to cure Cholera.
For sale by Proctor Todd. 2t
Dr. Was. 0. Brown, Optician
For the New York Optical Manufac
turing and Importing Company, will
be in Newberry next Monday to remain
one week, and will solicit your patron
age for his celebrated Crystal Diamond
and Australian Pebble Spectacles and
eye glasses, adapted to any defect of the
eyes, whether arising from age or any
other cause. Be sure to see him, as. he
guarantees satisfaction. it
I can sell you good Tea for 40 cts. a
pound. 2t Proctor Todd.
To Be Married To-Day.
Mr. J. Partlow Neel and-Miss Nina
Bynum will be united in holy wedlock
this evening at the Methodist church.
There will be quite a number of at
tendants, and.after the ceremony an
elegant supper will be served at the
home of the bride's mother at which
will be a number of the friends of the
The bride is one of the man" sweet
and attractive young ladies of our town,
and The Herald and News in advance
extends its congratulations and hearty
good wishes, for a long life of happi
ness and prosperity.
If you want a good Chewing Tobac- 1
co, try my Natural Leaf. It is a good, I
mild chew. For sale by
2t - Proctor Todd.
A More Successful Raid.
Two weeks ago Constable D. A.
Dickert was in Newberry and made
three unsuccessful raids in search of
blind tigers. But last week he was
much more successful. That is to say'
he found a little something besides
He visited' the express office and
there captured a keg oif five gallons
addressed to J. R. Green. He pulled
her in and it was removed to the dis
pensary where we suppose it will be
kept on exhibition as a curiosity being,
the first contraband found in New
berry since the .Jaw went into effect
nearly a year ago.
*For colic, scour, sprains, brurises
spavin, swellings and all diseases of
horses and cattle.Johnson's Magnetic:
Oil, horse brand, gives excellent satis
faction. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct.' size
2-> cts. W. E. Peiham.
Jamieson's stock of Shoes is the best
ever shown in Newberry. ly
Oxfords. 75e. to $3.00.
-ly 0. M. Jamieson. 1
A Former N'ewberry Girl Weds To-day.]
This morning at the home of the
bride's sister, Mrs. Leila Sitton at
Autun, 8. C., Miss Anna Bachman
Aull and Mr. Robert W. Russell will be
united in marriage. The bride is the
youngest daughter of tbe late Capt.
-[no. P. Aull of oum county and has lat
terly been making her home with her
sister. The Herald and News extends
its best wishes for a life of happiness
and usefulness. Her brothers, Messrs.
S. B. Aull, W. B.-Aull and John I.
Aull left yesterday to attend the wed
ding. Mrs. Beaurie Aull went up last
Try a pound of mixed Tea at S. B.
Jones' for 50c. per lb. iy.
For stylish, elegant, new and at
tractive Millinery, call on.
ly Davenport & Renwick.
New lot Shoes just received.
tf Wooten & McWhirter.
55 years ago the first Daguerreotypes
were made on metal plates and cost.
At Salter's Photograph Galleryv you
can get for less money .a dozen finely
finished cabinet portraits. -tf
Don't forget that S. B. Jones is offer
ing good mixed Tea at 50c. per lb. ly.
County Teachers' AssociatloD.
The County Teachers' Association
met in the Graded school building last
Saturday. We attended for a portion
of the time and were delighted to see
so many teachers present and so much
interest manifested in the meeting. It
is a good omen and means much for
the schools of the county and the.chil
dren who attend them to see this in
terest on the part of teachers in their
Mrs. Tarrant read a paper on Botany
and Prof. WV. K. Sligh gave a very in
teresting talk oni the subject of Geom
etry and how it should be taught
beginners. Prof. Sligh is an enthusiast+
on the subject of mathematics and is
toouhly athome inthis feld T9his
read a paper on the subject of Reading.
It was a good meeting and we are
glad we were present and hope to meet
with the teachers again.
B.ware of Ointments for Catarrh tha
. contain M~ereury,
as mercury will surely destroy tbe sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except. on pre
scriptions from reputable physicians.a
the damage they will .do iseiv fot
the godyou can possiblydeiefo
te.Hall's Catarrh Cure man ufac
tured by F. J. Cheney & Coi iToleo
0. c.ontains no mercury, andstan
bodadmucous surfaes of the sys
b m nbyn Hall's Catarrb Cure be
tur youge theuyigenuI It is taken t
sutrayou andth gaen uToledo, Ohio,
int F. J.Cheney & Co., Testimonials
1~sold by Druggists, price 75c. per I
A job lot launderedi Negligee Shirt m.
-- reular $1.00. 0. M. Jamieson. ly
All the int sadies rEats,
ly a---we Co
Have you seen the Cake Walk Shoe 1
at Matthews & Cannon's tf.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Capt. E. S. Motte offers his house
and lot for sale or rent.
The interest in the Pearson meetings
is increasing. The attendance is large
at all the services.
The weather has the appearance of
spring again. A good warm shower of
rain would be beneficial.
A militia company of 42 men has
been gatherd up at Whitmires. They
have not yet organized.
The conservative club at Julapa
elected E. P. Chalmers and Jacob A.
Dominick delegates to the county cou
The St. Luke's Democratic club
?lected ). S. Conwill and R T. C.
Hunter as delegates to the county con
Mr. S. P. Crotwell one night last
week gave a dinner to Mr. J. M.
fohnstone and a few invited friends.
A notice of the opening of books for
wubscription to the capital stock of the
keform Publishing company is pub
ished in another column.
Mr. D. H. Wheeler has bought the
ight for Newberry and Lexington
ounties for the Burke Autouatio;
Washing Machine. It is a capital
Invitations are out annduncing the
narriage of Dr. M. A. Renwick and
Uiss Kittie Jones on Wednesday, 25th
nstaut, at Lancaster, where Miss
rones has been residing with her
)rother for the past several months.
Hon. J. M. Johnstone leavesNewber
'y to-day en route to Washington and
ew York, from which latter place he
will sail for Pemambuce on May 1.
He will spend a few days in Columbia
md several days in Washington. He
leaves with the well done and well
wishes of all the people of the com
Johnson's Oriental Soap imparts a
lelicate odor and leaves the skin soft
md velvety. Try it and you will never
nse any other. W. E. Peiham.
Dr. Jag. H. McIntosh has returned
rrom New York.
Judge J. S. McCarley, of Whitmire,
was in town Monday and gave us a
Rev. Dr. Holland will attend the
3rand Lodge, K. of H., which mee(s
.n Columbia to-day.
Mr. Haskell Wright has returned
rom Tex-As, and is now with W. T.
Davis & Co., as book-keeper.
Mrs. S. B. Jones left yesterday for
bancaster to 'attend the wedding of
giss Kittie Jones on 25th inst.
Miss Joe L. Jones with Mrs. Lucy
Denny and 1iiss Annie Denny visited
relatives in Newberry last week.
Mr. T. H. Cromer has gone to Knox
ville, Ga., to take an. agency there in
:he Farmers' and Planters' Mutual
Mr. D. B. Wheeler will go to Colum
bia to-day as the delegate from New
erry Lodge to the Grand Lodge of
he Knights of Honor.
Rev. A. J. Stokes has accepted an
avitation to preach the annual sermon
it the commencement of the Williams
:ou Female College in June next.
Miss Claude Godfrey came up from
he Winthrop School at Columbia Fri
Jay and spent Saturday and Sunday
with her sister Miss Carrie Godfrey.
Capt. V. E. McBee was in town last
week. He was here with his private
?ar arid took several of his friends to
Dyson, where they spenlt the nigth and
mjoyed a fish.
Editor W. W. Ball of the Columbia
ournal gave us a pleasant call on
fonday on~his return from a visit to
1s old home in Laurenis. Editor Ball
s one of the brightest young journalists
.n the State.
We have the best $1 Oxford and $1.25
utton -Shoe ever sold in New berry.
'y Davenport & Renwick.
I guarantee Magic Food to cure
Dholera in Hogs and Chickens.
2e . Proctor Todd.
Foot Wear?! Foot Wear!
Our Shoe trade has surpassed our
ondest expectations, and. we can say
without fear of contradiction, that we
ave the best line of Shoesin'Newberry
'or the least money.
tf MATTHEwS . CANNON.
Programme for Union Meeting
The next union meeting of the Sixth
ection of the Reedy River Association
will be held with the Saluda Baptist
?hurch, at Chappells. beginning on
Friday, A pril 27th, 1894, at 11 o'clock
Introductory sermon to be preached
>y M. WV. Rankin.
Devotional services Saturday a. in.,
>y B. F. Corley.
Missior.ary sermon to be preached
>y G4. A. Wright.
SUBJECTS FOR DISCUSSION.
1. State missions, by J. S. Dominick
tnd G. A. Wright.
2. Connie Maxwell Orphanage, by
. R. Leave11 and J. WV. Blanton.
3. Papal Lands as Mission Fields, by
3. W. L.-Spearman and G. A. Wright.
4. China as a Mission Field, by F. N.
halmers and M. WV. Rankin.
5. Home Missions, by Joshua Davis
id J. W. Blanton.
6. Scripture for Missions, by E. P.
ones and B. F. Corley.
J. W. BLANTON,
This remedy Is becoming so well. kuown
nd so popular as to need no special men
-on. All who have used Electric Bitters sing
he san:e song of praise. A purer medicmne
loes not exist and it is guaranteed to do all
hat is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all
liseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will re
nove rimnples. Boils, Salt Rheum, anid other
afections caused by impure blood. Win drive
ilalaria from the system and prevent as well
is cure all Malarial fevers. Fo? cure or Head
iche. Constipation and Indigestion try Elec
rc Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed.
r money refun ded. Price 50 cents and $1.00
er bottle at Robertson .A Gilder's Drngstore.
We ask every reader of this paper
who needs e. pair of Shoes of any kind
)r size to call and see our line.
Jy. Davenport & Renwick's.
Jamieson has just received his new
spring Stock of G.ents' Fine Hand
MIade Shoes from the factory of Lilly
Brackett & Co. Give him a call and
secure your size. ly1.
S. B. Jones will sell you a pound of
3reen Tea with good drawing qualities
'or 40. Try it. ly
Full line of Bleaching from 5c. to l21c.
y __at Mower Co.
A beautiful line Straw Hats at
Prettiest and best prints at Matthews
Cannon's from 5c to 7)c. tf
A line of John B. Stetson's soft and
tiff Hats to be received in a few days
-thbe best Hats made.
1y 0. M. Jamnieson.
All of my Dry Goods, Notions, Boots,
shoes, Hats, etc., will be sold cheap
or cas; or I will sell the whole stock,
Iso Building and Lot, on easy terms
o approved purchaser.
tf J- S. RUSSELL.
The secret of Matthbews & Cannon's
ow prices-Bills Cashed. tf
10th wonder: Matthews & Cannon's
Have you bought a Scarf or Cravat
r Easter'? If not, you should go at
mee to Jamieson's and select one of
be many beautiful designs that be is|I
ifering. ly .
DELEGAT ES ELECTED.
Clubs Meet and.ieorganiz--some Interest,
frg Developments-- Everything
Working Very Nicely.
Last Saturday was tbe day for the
Democratic Clubs in the county tt
meet and reorganize for the campaign.
The constitution requires it and oui
county constitution aiso requires that a
May convention be held. To comply
with this provision delegates were
elected to that convention. Just what
the convention * will have to do or can
do when it meets we do not know as
there is nothing to be done, but then
the holding is required by the County
Constitution and that- document can
be amended so as to conform to the
We have not received reports from
all of the clubs but suppose they all
met. In some of them there were some
interesting developmeuts and in tha
Factory Club we learn b -re was rather
a lively little debate between Dr.
Sampson Pope and Bon. C :te. L.
Blease, in which Mr. Blease seems to
have won the victory.
The other town clubs were only
We give here the otleetra eireted
and delegates as far as we have been
sable to procure them:
TOWNTH1P NO. 1.
Old Men's Club.-Dr. Jas. McIntosh
was elected president: J. W. Gary and
I. A. Blanton, vice-presidente; W. Y.
Fair, secretary and treasurer. Execu
tive Committee-J. F. J. Caldwell, J;
S. Reid, L. M. Speers. Registration
Committee-W. Y. Fair, S. P. Boozer,
W. J. Lake. Delegates to County Con
vention-Jas. McIntosh, J. F. J. Cald
well, L. M. Speers, W. Y. Fair, J. W.
Gary, J. S. Reid, W. J. Lake, G. Mike
Werts. Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell was recom
mended as a member of the County
Young Men's Club.-Jno. S. Car
wile was elected president; Jno. C.
Goggans, vice-president; M. L. Spear
man secretary and treasurer. Execu
tive Committee-J no. C. Wilson, Frank
Evans, E. Cabaniss, Z. F. Wright, U.
S. Noland. Registration Committet
A. J. S. Langford, T. Q. Boozer, M. J.
Scott. Delegates to County Conven
tion-O. L. Schumpert, J. H. McIn
tosh, Nat- Gist, E. Cabaniss, J. C.
Halfacre, J. Y. Culbreath. Member
of County Executive Committee-Jas.
Carolina Uub. - Alan Johnstone
elected president; Geo. S. Mowe,r and
W. E,. Pelham vice-presidents; L. W.
C. Blalock, treasurer; L. W. Jones,
secretary. Executive Committee-C. J.
Purcell, D. M. Ward, Geo. B. Cromer,
L.W. C. Blalock, E. H. Aull. Registra
tion Committee-J. N. Bass, E. M.
Evans, J. H. Wicker. Delegates to
County Convention-L. W. C. Blalock,
Geo. B. Cromer, J. B. Suber, S. J. Mc
.Caughrin, John H. Wicker; alternates:
J. N. Bass, Arthur Kibler, D. S. Elle
sor, J. W. Reeaer, G. M. B. Epting.
Mr. Geo. B. Cromer was recommended
as a member of the county executive
Factory Club.-Fletcher Gradick w.s
elected president; Geo. L. Davis vice
president; Harry Campsen secretary
and treasur-r. Delegates to county
convention-Cole. L. Blease, Jacob
Senn, Rice Thornton, Irby D. Shockly,
Thos. H. Cromer. Alternates, Berry
Cromer, E.V. Gradick, Mr. Wm. Bedeu
baugh. Mr. Cole L. Blease was recom
mer ded as a member of the county
executive committee. it was when this
election was held that the incident
above referred to took place. When
Mr. Blease was nominated Dr. Pope
took the floor and nominated Mr. Jacob
Senn, and proceeded to excoriate Mr.
Blease, charging him with being a
traitor to the reform party and not wor
thy of any consideration at the hands
of the club. When he took his seat
Mr. Blease took the floor and proceeded
to lay out the doctor and charged him
with undertaking the job of bossing
things in this county and because he
(Bease) would not submit to the doc
tr's dictation and attempts at bossing
things in ge'neral, but asserted his in
dependence, that, therefore he was a
traitor in the eyes of Dr. Pope. He de
nied that he was a traitor to the reform
cause but he dId not propose to be
bossed by Dr. Pope, and he farther de
fended his course in the Legislature.
Some of the things the Doctor charged
him with as evidence of his assertion
that het (Blease) was a traitor, were his
refusal to support Dr. WVyche for the
Senate, his opposition to the dispen
sary law, and to the Black District
bill. The result of the battle before
the club seems to have been a com
plete victory for Mr. Blease, as he goes
to the convention and received every
vote of the club for Executive Com
mitteeman except that of Dr. Pope.
It should be stated that Mr. Senn de
lined to be a candidate. There were
thirty members of the club present.
These ase the facts as we have gath
ered them from those whe were - rs
et. It is none of our quarrel, but as
our Prosperity correspondent would
say, everything does not seem to be
entirely lovely and happy and serene
in the Reform camp.
TOWNSHIP NO. 4.
X3t. Tabor Club.-The following del
egates were elected: Jno. T. -Duncan, 3.
S. McCarley, 3. H. Abrams, J. A. En
low, G. F. Abrams.
TOWNSHIP NO 5.
Jalapa Democratic Club Yo. 1.-Met
Saturday in the afternoon, A pril 14th
inst., and reo)rganized with 42 mem
bers. The club elected the following
officers to serve two years: W. C.
Sligh, president; Capt. Thomp son Con
nor, vice-president; 3. B. Campbell,
secretary and treasurer; C. W. Bu ford,
county executive committee. Com
mittee o:. registration-Capt. T. Con
nor, Jno. H. Willingham, Dr. 0. B.
Evans, I. Z. A brams.
TOwVNSHIP NO. 6.
Old Men's Clusb met at Longshore
on Saturday and reorganized by elect
ing H. D. Boozer president. J. R. Spear
man vice president, and W. G. Peter
son secretary and treasurer. H. D.
Boozer and XW. G. Pet erson were elected
delegates to the County Convention.
There are fifty-one members on the
TOWNSHIP NO. 9.
.3t. Tabor Club.-The following del.
gates were elected: Rev. 3. A. Sligh,
Geo. A. Mills, A. N. Boland.
At this writing we have not heard
from the other clubs. We undersand
that a new club was formed at Pros
It will be remembered that last year
or rather in 1892, that certain conserv
atives at St. Luke tried to form a new
club but were not permitted. This
year we understand that both factions
turned out on Saturday to reorganize
and all of them signed the roll. When
they began the reorganization it was
found i bat the conservatives had the
majority-the vote standing 52 to 46.
The Tillmanites thereupon withdrew,
taking with them thbeir roll. The tables
seem to be turned and Mr. R. T. 'I.
Hunter and his faction ,Teem to be on
top. The Herald and News saw Mr.
A. E. P. Bedenbaugh and asked him
about the meeting, but he refused to be
interviewed. He admitted that the
onservatives had the majority and
that his faction bolted in order to keep
the majority from having represe:ata
tion for the minority and said his
rowd intended to do something but
lust what, he would not say. This ruale
has not been followed heretofore, for
there are many clubs in the county in
which there were conservative minori
ties, but. they did not bolt and were
represented by Tillmnanites. WVe shall
wait and see what the convention will
o with this minority.
We would be glad if the other clubs
that have met and elected delegates
would send in the names,
hre,. is a spirit of conservat:ism in
Highest of all. in Leavening
the minds of the people in this countl
and we hope to see the county cam
paign conducted this year in such a
way as to be free from bitterness. Iel
every one who thinks he ougnt to have
office and can convince the people tc
agree with him enter the a:rena and
when the battle of ballots is over let ut
still have peace and good will.
The Herald and News has no candi
date yet, but we are still sitting se
renely on the fence watching the pro
cession, and our readers can feel as
sured that they will be kept posted on
.passing events. Our effort shall be tc
give always a fair and impartial ac
count of whatever we underta4e tore
Of medicinal agents is gradually
relegating the old-time herbs, pills,
draughts and vegetable extracts to the
rare and bringing into general use the
pleasant and effective liquid laxative,
Syrup of Figs. To get the true remedy
see that it is manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co., only. Foi
sale by all leading drugists.
A full line of Stribley & Co.'s nea
style dress Oxfords at Davenport A
HO! FOR BIRMINGHAM!
Reunion of the United Confederate
The reunion of the Confederate Vet
erans will be held in Birmingham, Ala.
next week, 2.5th and 26th. The Jame:
D. Nance Camp will send the foollowins
delegates: J. Y. Culbreath, J. F. J.
Caldwell, J. W. Gary. W. W. Riser
0. L. Schumrert, L. M. Speers, E. A
Scott, Silas Johnstone, G. W. Hol
land, E. M. Evans, J. H. Ruf
and M. J. Scott. There may bt
others also who will go with the Vet
erans. They will leave Newberr3
on Tuesday morning on the Saaboard
Air Line, on a special train that will
connect at Clinton with the fast ves
tibuled train from New York to At.
lanta. The train will leave Clinton al
10:20 a. in., and make only four stop:
from there, to Atlanta arriving a1
Atlanta at 3. p. m. It will leave At
lanta at 4:10 p. im. central time anc
arrive in Birmingham at 10 p. m
There will be only owe change of cars
and that at Atlanta. By making thi:
special connection at Clinton there wil
be no lay over anywhere. Otherwise
it would be necessary to spend tb
night in Atlanta. The editor of ThE
Herald and News thinks that he wil
join the Veterans on this trip.
Japanese Liver Pellets are the bes
family medicine for liver complain
and consumption.. 50 pills in vial 2.
ets. W. E. Pelham.
Trimred Sailor Hats at 2.5 cts. at
ly Davenport & Ren wick's.
Millet Seed of prime quality at $1.2
PE LHAM'S DRUG STORE.
x. * -x *
Orange and Amber Cane Seed; Pear
or Cat Tail Millet, Milo Maize, Hickor3
King and Early Golden Dent Corn
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
The regular quarterly meeting of th4
Newberry Alliance was held in New
berry last Friday. The secretary says
nothing but routine business was
transacted, except the following reso
lution, which he gives out for publi
. Whereas, it has been rereatedly charged1
thut a cotton seed trust exists, whereby those
cotton seed oil mills that have associated,
agreed upon a price to be given the pro
dncers, and that price was fixed at 15 cts. pel
bushel the past season; and whereas,. the
said price Ic far below the fertilizing value
of cotton seed, resolved,
I. That this Alliance looks3 upon this trust
as unjust and Inimical to the interest of the
2. That this AllIance hereby pledges ito
members to withhold their cotton seed from
all mills connected With such trust, and the
membership are hereby urged to exert all
their Influence among the farmers of the
county to prevent the sale of seed to such
3. That the tielegate from this Alliance tc
the next State AIllance is hereby instructed~
to bring the matter to the attention of the
State AllIance and urge co-operation through
Out the State.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas. or Junction City, Ill.,
was told by her doctors she had Consumption
and that there was no hope for her, but twc
bottles Dr. King's New Discover eompletely
cured her and she says it saved'her life. Mr.
Thomas Eggers, 139 Florida St., san Francisco,
suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching
Consumption, tried without result everythinal
else, then bought one bottle of Dr. Xing's
New Discovery and in two weeks was cured.
He is naturwlly thankf ul. It is such results,
of which these are samples, that prove the
wonderful efficacy of this medicine in Cough'
and Colds. Free trial bottles at Robertson &
Gilder's Drug Store. Regu ar size 50 cents and
Oxford Ties, all styles and prices, at
ly Mower Co.
Good famnily horse for sale by
Wooten & McWhirter. tf
"Johnny, Get Your Gun.'
Pistols and Cartridges for sale now by
tf J. W. WVHITE.
Out Door shoes
at Matthews & Cannon's. tf
Table Damask and Doileys, all prices,
1y at Mower Co.
New line of Ladies and Misses' Shoes
to arrive this week. Mower Co.
When in need of anyLhing in the
furnishing goods line call on
ly 0. M. Jamieson.
Do you need a Spring Hat? If so
call at Jamuieson's, he will sell you any
style of Straw, Felt or Stiff Hat that
you may fancy. ly.
An elegant line Furnishing Goode
ju'st received. 0. M. Jamieson. ly
11th wonder : Matthews & Cannon
25Sc. and 33kc. Jeans. tf
Parties wanting good shaved shingles
will find it to their advantage to see me
before buying. J. R. G REEN. Imn
Call for 0. M. Jamuieson's $:.00 Shoe.
It is a pelt shoe that will wear as com
fortable as a band-sewed shoe. ly
Hats, UTmbrellas, Neck Wear and
Gloves at special prices at Matthews &
A beautiful line Neckwear just re
ceived at .Jariieson's. ly
Jamieson is opening Up) the best line
shoes ever opened in New berry. ly.
Table Linen and Counterpanes at a
price that will tickle you at Matthews
& Cannon's. tf
Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
THE REVIVAL MEETING.
Large Crowds Attending and Much Interes
Manifested-The After Meetings
The meetings at the opera house
under the preaching of the Rev. R. G.
Pearson have been held regularlyduring
the past week as announced last week.
The attendance has been large at each
service-morning and night, and inter
est in the services increases as the
meetings progress. We have not at
tended all his services but the sermons
we have heard him preach are strong,
logical and scriptural and withal plain
and practical. His familiarity with
the Bible and his earnestness and de
votion have much to do with the suc
cess which attends his preaching. He
adopts some methods that we would
not adopt, possibly, but we hope and
believe his preaching here will result
in much good.
His "after meetings" have been large
ly attended and many have publicly
expressed an intention and determin
ation to mend their ways and live more
consistent and Christian lives.
His sermon yesterday morning was
to the business men. This morning he
will preach a sermon especially to the
mothers, but all are invited.
Mrs. Pearson has been holding an
afternoon service for the ladies at the
different churches and this service has
been well attended and is said to be in
The meeting will close next Sunday
night. Services every morning and
evening this week except Saturday.
We believe Mr. Pearson is desperately
in earnest and that is what is needed
to attain success in any undertaking.
Nearly all the business- houses have
been closed every morning during thiE
series of meetings..
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Seaboard Air Line Notes.
The Southern Baptist Conventios
meets at Dallas, Texas, on May 10th.
The Seaboard Air Line will sell round
trip tickets on May 7th-9th to Dallas,
good to return in thirty days, for one
-first-class fare, with a choice of sevei
different routes, with only one changt
of cars between Newberry and Dallas,
and with this exception the traini
wilt be run solid. Passenger agents
will accompany the trains, and ladiei
without escorts will be given polite and
special attention. Sleeping car berthi
and other information can be securec
from Mr. Jno. F. Livingston, the ageni
- For the meeting of the Grand Lodge
of the Knights of Honor at Columbia
round trip tickets will be sold on April
l7th-18th, limited to 21st, for $2.25 froir
The Midwinter Fair round trip tick
ets to San Francisco will be on sale ai
New berry from April 15th to June 30th
for $103.3.5, good to return until July
For the General Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
round trip tickets will'be sold to Meni
phis, Tenn., for one first-class fare, froml
A pril 30th to May 2n'd, limited .to re
turn on June Ist.
For the State Christian Endeavor
Convention at Columbia, tickets will be
sold on A pril 26th-27th, limited to April
30th, atr$2 2.5 for the round trip.
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Meeting of Newberry Conference.
The Newberr Conference of the
South Carolina Snod will convene in
Beth Eden church, Prof. A. J. Bow
ers pastor, at 10 a. in., April 27.
The following subjects are proposed
1. The adaptability of the Common
Service to country congregations. Rev.
M. J. Epting and Capt. H. H. Folk.
2. WVhat is our duty to the South
View Orphan Home? Rev. T. 0. Keis
ter and Mr. Arthur K.ibler.
3. Ministerial Courtesy. Dr. G. W.
Holland and Col. T.,-W. Holloway.
4. Pledestination and Election. Rev.
Prof. A. G. Voigt and Rev. J. D.
5. The prayer of Christ, "That they
all may be one"-what does it mean?
and when will it be answered? Rev.
J. H. Wyse and Mr. A. H. Kohn.
6. Our Missions. Revs. J. A. Sligh
and J. B. Fox, and Mr. Jefferson
Addresses to the Sunnay-school will
be delivered by Messrs. G. B. Cromer
and V. Y. Boozer.
Arrangements for divine services
will be made later. CoMMITTEE.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Casltoria.
When she became Xis, she clnng to Castoria,
when she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Wht 1)0I Kiiv hA1t Coal Tar'
Why, its just the best thing to
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And you can get a first class
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PROFITS MADE BY THE DISPEN
Over $41,000 During the Last Quarter for
Division Between the Counties and the
Cities and Towns.
[Columbia Register, 15th.]
The report of the State Dispensary
for the quarter which ended in Febru
ary is being printed. There are some
interesting figures in the report which
were not given in the newspapers when
the document first appeared. These
figures are in regard to the profits made
by the Dispensaries during the quarter,
and show how much revenue might
accrue to the cities and counties if the
law was given a fair showing. The
total net profits by the Dispensaries in
operation when the quarter closed was
over $41,000. It is believed that the I
next quarter will show nrofits of over
$50,000. This amount will beindepen
dent of the profits made by the State
The following figures give the net
profits of each Dispensary in the State
for the quarter named. Half of the
amount should go to the town or city
in which the Dispensary is located and
the other half to the county in which
it is located:
Abbeville. $2,551.14; Aiken, $1,870 26;
Anderson, $2.060.71; Allendale. $421.94;
Blackville, $861 66; Barnwell, $1,063.07;
Bamberg, $681.87; Newberry, $1.603.48;
Florence. $964; Darlington, $1,089.05;
Lewiedale, $144.15; Edgefield, $1,365.51;
Lexington, $181.74; Camden, $326.55;
Georgetown, $1,315.40; Greenville, $2,
826.69; Orangeburg, $1,844.73; Walter
born, $463.79; Beautort, $324 05: Sumter,
$2,939.23; St. Stephen's, $275.86; Mt.
Pleasant, $289.59; Eutawville, $446.91;
Monck's Corner, $172.10; Columbia-J.
M. Roach $1,221.57; J. Cartledge $972.
58; T. A. Scott, $1,109.25; Winnsboro,
$615.47; St. Matthew's $515.74; Man
ning, $1,015.88; Blacksburg, $128.43; C
Chester, $1,341.94; Fort Motte,$324.99;
Charleston-H. A. Meyer $896.40; F.
Von Santen $1,058.48; C. F. Steinmeyer
$464.54; M. W. Powers $800.47; Branch
ville, $388.65; Pleasant Hill, $54.76;
Williston, $142.23; Kershaw, $422 60;
Ridgeway, $264.97; Summerville, $821.
20; Cheraw, $304.12; Laurens, $605.65,
Scotia,85.34; Hampton, $329.15; Lan
caster, $663.70; Jacksonboro, $368-15;
Spartanburg (new Dispensary); Den
mark, $157.69; Wagener (new Dispen
sary); Chapin, $14.76; Union (new Dis
pensary); Greeleyville (new Dispen
sary); Kingstree (new Dispensary);
Luray (new Dispensary); total$41,163,
April 4, 1894, at the residence of C. 0.
Buzhardt, by Rev. J. B. Traywick, as
sisted by Rev. W. L. Wait, Mr. Jno.
T. Norris and Miss Emma Buzhardt.
Miss Lethe Reid died at the residence
of Mr. Jas. G. Norris, in the Cannon
Creek section, on Wednesday, 11th in
stant, aged 45 years.
Brings comfort and improvement and
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ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced ini the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
tive ; effectually cleansing the system,
dipligcls edce and fevers
and ermaenty eningconstipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions adR
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gistain50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offrd
A lIneE. P. Reed's Gxfords to be re
ceived this week. 0. M. Jamieson. ly
Notes from Exeelsior.
Cotton planting is on a boom.
Our school still rolling on 0. K. The
teacer is boarding with Mr. B. B.
Yes~the cold wave destroyed the pro- M
spect for fruit, damaged thegrain crops
considerably and now we not are so e
happy and cheerful. So mote It be.,
Miss Janie Kinard is visiting in
Mr. J1. P. Wheeler and family, of
Prosperity, have been on a visit to Prof.
. 8. Wheeler's family here.
Messrs. P. C. Singley and 8.3J. Kohn -
are spending awhile with the Keeley
Institute in Columbia.
Glad to learn Rev. J. D. Bowles will j
locate in Prosperity at an early day.
We are in need of more good men com
ing in like Mr. Bowles. He is an able
minister and dearly loved by his con
Miss Sallie Kibler, of Newberry, and
Mss Mary Leonhii'th, of Helena, have
been visiting down here.
Mrs. Henry Kibler and children, of.
your town, have been down on a visit
to her mother and other relatives.
Master Arthur Lee, little son of Prof.
Wheeler, spent last week with his
grand-parents of Mt. Pilgrim section.
The Darlington affair is an occurrence
that should be regretted by the good
people of South Carolina yet it has
taken place and four lives of no
doubt good men have been destroyed
again. Is this the work of the Disp5en
sary or simply refusing to obey the 3
law. We see no cause for such riots in bet
times of peace. Do let us have peace. on)
Sunday was a lovely day and we all pri,
attended the communion services at We
Bacman Chapel Church. The sermon ing
was preached by the Rev. Mr. Jeff- 6
coat of the Theological Seminary at ma
Newberry. The sermon was very Sc.
interesting and listened to by a large to
congregation. Mr. Jeffcoat is an able yal
speaker and we bespeak for him a an<
bright future. SIGMA. Cal
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