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LOCAL AND SPECIAL.
Newberry has in her midst one who
will do her failing eye-sight good. Dr.
W. G. Browne has superior skill and
facilitfes. The Herald and News is in
formed,by a sterling citizen of-Laurens,
that his work in that city has given
For stylish, elegant, new and at
tractive Millinery, call on
ly Davenport & Renwick.
The Steam Washer.
The Burke Automatic Steam Wash
er is for sale by Mr. D. B. Wheeler, in
Newberry. Now, in the march of
human events, this is a veritable evolu
tion from the wash tub, and the gentle
wonin need not be left in the lurch by
Oxfords, 75c. to $3.00.
ly O. M. Jamieson.
Try a pound of mixed Tea at S. B.
Jones' for 50c. per lb. ly.
Excuritons and Picnic.
The Richmond and Danville rail
road authorities announce that they
are now prepared to quote rates for ex
cursion parties, chartered trains, etc.,
for the picnic season and all Sunday
school and other organizations whicn
contemplate a trip of this kind should
communicate with their agent before
making any arrangements.
Have you seen my new and pretty
line of Millinery, Fancy Goods and
notions? If not, call at once.
lRs. S. A. RISER.
The following is the programme for
the next regular meeting of the New
- berry County Teachers' Association, to
be held on Saturday, May 12th 1894.
1. Incidental Teaching-Prof. A. J.
2. Music in the Primary schools
Mrs. Maggie Tarrant.
3 Should the Teacher have - Text
book before him during Recitation?
Prof. A. G. Voigt.
Call for O. M. Jamieson's $3.00 Shoe.
It is a welt shoe that will wear as com
fortable as a band-sewed shoe. ly
A full line of Stribley & Co.'s new
style dress Oxfords at Davenport &
Dr. Browne, who aas been at the
Newberry Hotel for "ne week has full,;
demonstrated his skill as a first-class
Optician, and has been kept so busy
t.reating all kinds of defective eyes that
be finds it neces ary to remain at least
another week from this date, and spec
tacle weaters general y of whom but few
are using proper glasses, and all who
may have weak or defective eyes,
should 'all upon him.
Consultation and examination free.
The Colored Baptists.
The Colored Baptist State Conven
tion will meet to-day with Bethlehem
church, Rev. F. R. Wallace's charge.
A bout two hundred delegates have ar
rived, including ministers and mem
bers, and between tu:o and three hun
dred more are looked for.
Constipation and sick beadaebe per
mIanently cured, and piles prevente,.
by Jap tnese Liver Pellets; especially
adapted to children's use. %. -.
Every lady wants to be beautiful.
A 'becoming, elegant hat helps the
case greatly. We have them.
1y Davenport & Renwick.
GERMAN and PEARL
et - N, Martnl
Special Tralos for southern BaptiRt Con
The Georgia Pacifie Railway has
arranged with its connections special
thr'ough train s rvice from A tlanta to
Dallas, leaving Atlanta, Tuesday, May
8th, 9.30 p. mi., after the arrival of all
the trains from the East..
The con nections of the Georgia
Pacific at Birmingham will take up the
fast schedule from that point, and you
have the choice of the route via Mem
pbis, via Shreveport, or via New Or.
heb Georgia Pacific is one hundred
to two hundred miles shorter than any
other line, and will operate the quickest
sebedules both going and returning.
The special train will reach Dallas
7 a. mn. Thursday morning, May
30thb. Through Pullman sleeping cars
and first class day coaches wilt run
through Atlanta to Da'ias without
chand .in your name to any Agent of
the Georgia Pacific or its connections
I will make Fly Screens, for doors and
windows in a workmanlike manner.
I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in Carpentry, Cabinet Making, &c.
I will take contracts both large and
smnall aud guarantee satisfaction.
tf It. S. WHALE'1.
gW Shop in old Herald and News
S. B. Jones will sell you a pound of
Green Tea with good drawing qualities
for 40e. Try it. ly'
New lot Shoes just received.
tf Wooten & McWhirter.
Don't forget that S. B. Jones is offer
ing good mixed Tea at 50c. per lb. ly.
Have you seen the Cake Walk Shoes
at Matthews & Cannon's? tf
Pret tiest and best prints at Matthews
& Cannon's from 5e to 7-le. tf
Table Linen and Counterpanes at a
price that will tickle you at Matthews
& Cannon's. t
10th wonder: Matthews & Cannon's
~ow for the Racket!i
The New York Racket Store, by A.
A. Foster, 2 doors below the Postofice,
s now open andi in approved order for
usmess. The proprietor has adver
tised samples of bhis goods from "a" to
"izzard," and of whieb he has a good
supply. H e expects to be in full blast
to-day, when the boom begins, so you
must call early, as the polite proprietor
sas his prices are fabulously low. If
you fail to find what you want in the
enumerated list just ask for it and it
will be forthcoming. He will attach
te prices to his list next week.
H ow's This!
We offer one hunred Dollars Reward
for any case of Cattarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's C'atarrh Cure.
F. J. CH ENEY & Co.,Props.,Toledo,O.
WVe the tundersigt'ed have known F.
1. Chenev for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business trausactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
EST & TRUAXN, Wholesale Druggists,
Toedo, 0. WELK:sG, KINNAN &
MAivIN, Wholo sale Druggists, Toledo,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
n muicous surfaces of the system.
Price 75<'. per bottle. Sold by all Drug
ts. Testimonials free.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOr.
Next Monday is saleday.
See trespass notice in another col
A shower of rain would be beneficial
to the crops.
Mr. T. W. Keitt lost his flue mare
Mr. J. Chesley Dominick announces,
is candidacy for Supervisor.
The final examinations of the Senior
:lass in Newberry College are being .
tield this week.
The stockholders of the Newberry t
'otton Mill will hold their annual
The prohibitionists are beginning to
move. A meetino' is called for the 4th
>f June atNewbe..y.
Mr. McD Sligh had a hog to die the
>ther day from hydrophobix, having
idently been bitten by a rabid dog. t
Rev. E. P. McClintock.who will this U
week attend the Young People's Asso
:iation at Due West, will return in t
time to fill his pulpit next Sabbath. t
When the leaders of reform get beat
it the b-al!ot box in the primary what
will they do? Why call a meeting and
bave the whole thing annulled of
The citizens should not forget the
meeting called for next Tuesday. Let
every body attend and hear the esti
mates and see the plans for the new
water works for Newberry. t
The Herald and News is indebted to
Dr. Gustavus Werber for an invitation t
to attend the commencement exercises
of the Medical Department of the '
Columbian University, May 3.
We are in receipt of an invitatation i
to attend the laying of the corner stone
of the Winthrop Normal and Indus
trial College at Rock Hill on 15th inst.
The dedicatory address will be de
livered by Hon. Ira B. Jones.
Rev. A. J Stokes began a meeting at
the Methodist church Sunday night
which be expected to continue through
the week, but circumsta" ces were such
that it was impracticable to continue,
and it was closed last night to b^ re
sumed again before long.
Received by to-day's express crate
fine Strawberries. J. H. NELSON. It
Mrs. Swygert, of Peak, is visiting her
son Mr. Brooks Swygert.
Mrs. Sellers returned yesterday after
a visit to Mrs. John Chapman.
Mr. Chas. C. Teague, of Florida, is
spending a few weeks in Newberry.
Mr. Ernest L. Ewbank, representing
The News and Courier, is in the city.
Dr. Arthur Teagne, of Graniteville,
is on a visit to relatives in Newberry.
Editor W. W. Ball, of the Columbia
Joural,was in Newberry on Monday.
A Charming Afternoon Marriage at the
On Wednesday afternoon, the 26th
ultimo, Miss E. Louise Tarrant, the
fair and gentle daughter of Mr. W. T.
Tarrant, and Mr. Joseph E. Scott, of
Union, were united in marriage at the
Methodist church, by the Rev. A. J.
The floral decorations were rich and
beautiful-rare flowers and a graceful
tracery of vines made an exquisi e pic
ture of the chancel; and the church
being darkened the soft rays of candle
light added much to the beauty of the
The church was filled to overflowing
with the friends and admirers of the
popular young couple.
Mendelssohn's wedding march was
played by Mrs. John S. Fair, and to its
inspiration the brirdal party entered
the sanci uary.
The ushers were Mesrs.W. G. Mayes,
F. L. Bynum, Ed. L. Eison, of Union,
ad R. L. Tarrant.
The groom came in leaning upon the
ari of his best man, Mr. Thomas Mc
Nally, while the bride was attended by
her sister, Miss Ammie Tarrant. The
bride appeared in a handsome tan
colored traveling suit trimmed in green
moire. She wore pearls and carried a
bouquet of white lilies. Miss Ammrie
held pink roses.
Immediately after the ceremony the
young couple left for their home in
Union amid the congratulations and
well wishes of their numlerous friends.
The Herald and News would wish for
them both much happiness in their
The bride was the recipient of a great
many valuable and biandsome presents.
Good family horse for sale by
Wooten & McWhirter. tf
For the nicest line Neckwear in the
city go to 0. M. Jamnieson's. 1y.
Jamieson's is the place to buy your
Clothing-the best stock in New
Newberry's hi D's.
Dr. P. G. Ellesor and Dr. Israel
Brown were elected members of the
State Medical Association at Rock Hill
Dr. WV. G. Houseal was elected a
delegate to the A mxerican Medical As
The Rock Hill Herald gives the fol
lowing account of the part taken by
Drs. Mayer and Houseal at the
- * * "The next was proposed by
our talented townswan, W. J. Cherry,
F-q., to the Medical Profession and he
called upon his old college class mate,
Dr. W. G. Houseal, of New berry, to re
spond. Dr. Houseal is one of the
braiy young physicians of the State, a
pleasan t speaker and spoke to the sub
et with most happy effect, holding
up his high and honorable profession
in a manner that elicited the hearty
applause of his listeners. The last reg
ular toast was to "Woman, the grandest
and best of God's creation-in pros
perity our sympathizer, in adversity
our minstering angel." To thissubject
r. 0. B. Mayer, a ijrilliant young N ew
berry bachelor, made a response whicb
we wish our gentle women could have
heard. He is a delightful speaker and
ung the song of the glory of woman
in words of beauty and truth. He dis
claimed having a sweetheart and it
was wondered why one with such an
opinion of the grandentr of womanly
character could be "heartfree." His
speech was a good one and fixed his
reputation with the medicine men and
the people of Rock Hill.
We ask every reader of thbis paper
who needs a pair of Shoes of any kind
osieto call and see our line.
y. Daven port & Renwick's.
Jamieson has just received his new
Spring Stock of Gents' Fine Hand
Made Shoes from the factory of Lilly
Backett & Co. Give him a call and
scure your size. 1
Full line of Bleaching from Sc. to 121c.
y , at Mower Co.
A beautiful line Straw Hats at
The secret of Matthews & Cannon's
low prices-Bills Cashed. tf
New lirne of Ladies and Misses' Shoes
to arrive this week. Mower C.o.
All of my Dry Goods, Notions, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, etc., will be sold cheap
f cash; or I will sell the whole stock,
io Building and Lot, on easy terms
to approved purebaser.
f J. S. RUSSF.LL.
Oxfords: Oxfords!! From the cheap
est to the finest hand-turned at Jsfuie
An elegant line of Oxfords just re
ceived at Jamieson's. 17
'WHAT A MUDDLE THAT WOULD BE.'
he County Executive CinmtnitteA Ito1d a
Meetina and Anonts All Former Acts
The Reformers Seemn Not to Know
Just Where They Are At-Some
The Herald and News regrets that it
was not present at the meeting of the
ounty Executive Committee last
?aturday. It seems that some of the
eading Reformers are not altogether
>leased with certain developments of
he reorganization of clubs under the
all isQued by the Executive Commit
ee. Everyt'aing has not been alto
,ether lovely and to suit some of the
-aders of reform. It is a great pity if
hey are beginning to see "boogers"
iready, but such seems to Ae the facts.
A certain prominent Reformer was
'ery active in writing leters to have
he committee called together and
rging the-members to attend, and ad
-ising what they should do when as
embled. The meeting was he!d and
he former action of the committee was
We shall see after while what all
his means. There is scmtethiig be
ind this action that has not yet come
o the light, but the search light will
e thrown on ere long and the tiue iu
vardness will appear. Vhat harm
ould be don. by holding a convention
ve do not see. If the clubs do not or
;anize in April they shall not be <mti
led to representation in county con
,entions, is what our county constitu
ion says, and this provision is not in
-onfict with the State constitution,
whicb does not specify any particular
:ime at which the clubs shall organize.
[t looks to a man on the fence very
nuch like the leaders were getting
fraid that the people were getting
ired of being led abo'lt by the nose in
)rder to giye the leaders office, and
hey hope a little longer yet to pull the
wool over the eyes of the people.
We understand that one of the little,
nsignificant, would-be politicians un
lertook to rebuke the newspapers in
bhe course of the meeting. So far a'.
e have observed the newspapers of
his county have been very conserva
ive and have not said very much
ibout county politics, except to pub
ish the facts as they exist. So far as
bhis vouth and his criticisms are con
erned, The Herald and News does not
are a snap for his opinion, and will
iot dignify him by a mention of hh
iame or a further reference to him.
Chairman Blease called the meeting
:o order and then made the following
TATEMENT OF CHAIRMAN BLEASE.
"Gentlemen of the Executive Com
nittee:-You are called together to-day
or the purpose of considering the call
,hat you made at our last meeting foi
county convention and the reorgani
ation of the Demecratic party of thi.
onnty. Those of you who were pres
nt on that day remember that I read
>oth the County and State Constitution
md stated that a County Convention
r May was useless as the State Con
titution was superior to the County
md that when there was a conflict tht
state Constitution would rule, but that
is the County Constitution provided
forreorganization.in May, that it mighi
:)e held that this Committee did not
all a convention in order to keep itsell
n office until August, and therefore it
iight be a good idea to call the con
rention and let the delegates decidt
this point and amend the County Con
.titutio. so as to be consistent with th)
tate Constitution. You decided to eal
tat convention, upon motion of Mr
Ua pers, and every member that voted
voted for the clubs to meet A pril 14, anc
for the County Convention to meet 7tt
May, in accordance with the provisioni
sf toe County Constitution, bence ie
abedience to your decision and order.j
called the Clubs to reorganize under Sec
tion 9, and the convention to be helt
under Secti.n 3 of the County Constitu
tion. And I hold now as I1 did thet
that the call is in obedience to th
County Constitution and that whilei
is entirely useless to hold a con ventioz
that it is cleariy constitutional unde
Section 3 of the County Constitution
The attempt that is being made t<
blame this Committee with the irregu
larity of the reorganization of the club:
of this county is very wrong, becausi
the plan is eiearly set out in the Con
stituton which each club should hay<
followed. TChe fault is in the man wh<
drew the County Constitution and thi
attempt to blame this committee
only to shield another and an attemp
to let some one "try again." As to
my part I1 have acted in obedience ti
your order and any attempt to mnak
it appear that I wanted this con ventio!
individually is as false as it is mnalicious
I have no interest in an early convyen
tion or a late one, but I have an interes
in the Democratic party and 1 hope t<
see everything pass quietly and give ni
minority the right to cry out unfai
treatment at the hands of the majority
I am a reformer and as true to the Faz
mes' Movement as any maa in thi
county butas chairmanothiscommlit
tee I must and will obey its -decisioi
and act not as a partisan but for the bes
of the whole people."
Mr. Capers moved the call made fo
the organization of clubs, and the cal
for a May convention, be rescinded an<
that the action under said calls be nul
and void. He advocated his motioi
and said that he was responsible fo
the calls, and that he was willing toac
knowledge his mistake. If thbe reade
will compare this statement with th
extract from Mr. Sligh's letter he wil
ee what a good disciple Mr. Capers ih
Mr. Hunt opposed the motion, takin,
the position that while the commnitte
might annul the call forsa convent
it could not annul the action of th
clubs, in reorganizing, nor could
legally or rightly change such action.
After a good deal of debate the mc
tion prevailed by a vote of seventeen t
Mr. Hunt then moved that Mr. C. E
Hunter be placed on the roll as a mem
ber of the Executive Committee fror
St. Luke's club, Mr. Bedenbaugh ha'
ng withdrawn from the club. Mi
Bedenbaugh still claimed membershi
in the club, though it will be remea
ered that at the mteeting for reorgani
ztion he withdrew sWith a number c
others. Mr. Hunt,'s motion was losi
The following is an extract from
letter written by Rev. Mr. Sligh t
Cairan Blease, and which we undel
stand was read to the committee:
ETRACT FROMt REV. J1. A. SLIGH'
"The State Constitution of the part;
is over and above and superior to th
County Constitution. Whben the Stat
Constitution says one thing and th
County Constitution another in direc
onfit it is easy for any one to df
trmine that the greater must hay
precedence. This is the law and rui
governing all such organizations.
"ou all thought that you were acd
ig for the best in accordance with i b
rules by whieb you are governed. Bu
you can plainly see if you. iwsist Upo
your demand what a mess you bay
put the reformers into. No two club
throughout the county have acted e,
atly alike. You call for a reorganizi
ton of the party. Upon what basis c:
grounds or by what authority? Sow
understand it one way and somne at
other. Some will dleimand the recoa
niion of new clubs and the ruling ou
of old clubs. This will give room fc
entest and protest. What a muddi
tht would be.
"All men, evc'3 the very best, mak
mitakes, and it is noble to come ot
and confess to one's mistakes. You
committee can explain the whole mal
tr. You are going to be blamied an
wy, but don't be blamed for onl
t would seem that some of the lesa
e of the reformers are determine
thre shall be no justice or fair pla
granted their opponents if they ca
preen it Th convention was calle
Highest of all in Leavening Pc
by them and the clubs reorganized by
their order, but from some cause they
became alarmed. Constitution and
laws amount to nothing when they
stand in the way of certain leaders.
The privileges of the floor were granted
Maj. DeWalt, Dr. Wyche and Capt.
Banks. And we understand that Mr.
Halfacre, a pronounced Third partyite,
represented one club.
The Whiskey Question in Newberry.
Elsewhere we print an ordinance on
the whiskey question by the city coun
cil, and to it we direct the attention of
those interested. We also quote below
the opinion of Geo. B. Cromer, Esq.,
attorney for the town, and upon that
view of the case the ordinance is based.
We think the opinion is correct, and
the action of council proper. We will
now have a trial of prohibition. The
council will use all diligence to have
the ordinance enforced. Here is the
text of the opinion of Mr. Cromer on
NEWBERRY, S. C., May 1,1894.
Hon. E. C. Jones, Mayor, Newberry,
Sir: I have your request for my opin
ion as to the powers the Town Council
can at present exercise over the sale of
spirituous liquors, and that I draft an
ordinance prohibiting such sale in the
Town of Newberry, if I conclude that
the Council has the power to enforce
an ordinance of that kind.
While the recent decision of the
Supreme Court, interpreting the Dis
pensary Act of 1892, bas not left the
subject free from doubt, I have arrived
at the conclusion, after a careful inves
tigation of the law, that it is now un
lawful to sell spirituous or intoxicating
liquors in the Town of Newberry, with
out a license, and that the Town Coun
cil has no authority to grant a license
for such sale.
If you desire, I shall be pleased to
file a statement of the reasons that have
led me to this conclusion.
I band you herewith a draft of an
ordinance which seems to me broad
enough in its provisions for present re
quirements. Yours respectfully.
GEO. B. CROMER.
Upon request of Mayor Jones, Mr.
J. F. J. Caldwell also gave an opinion
on the law which we give hrrewith:
MR. CALDWELL'S OPINION.
NEWBERRY, S. C., April 27, 1894.
My Dear Sir: I have carefully con
sidered the recent opinion of the Su
preme Court and the two Acts of the
Leg:slature commonly known as the
Dispensary Law of this State. I con
clude that the Supreme Court holds
valid so much of these Acts as pro
hibits the issuing of licenses to retail
spirituous liquors and beer.
I also conclude that the first section
of the Act of 1893, pr ohibiting the sale
of spirituous or malt liquors, and that
that portion of that Act under the de
cision of tbe Supreme Court, is to be
construed valid, upon the same
reasoning by which the court holds.
licenses not issuable, I conclude,
therefore, that the T.own Coun
cil of Newberry cannot lawfully
grant licenses for the sale of spirituous
or malt liquors, and that they have the
right to suppress and prevent the
traffic in such liquors.
J. F. J. CA LDWEL L.
DR. E C. JoNEs,
Mayor of Newberry.
Monroe Whalen of Birmingham,
Ala., writes: "I purchased six bottles
of Japanese Pile Cure from Mr. Amzi
Godden, and it has entirely cured me
of a case of Piles of 22 years standing:
will advise my friends to use it." WV. E.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
IWhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Bucklen's Armca Salve .
'The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sor'
Bruises,Ulcers Salt Rhenm,l Fever Sores, T4
ter, Chape Ohds Chublains, Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively curei
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed t<
eve perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
I rce 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert,
on & Gilder.
IA line E. P. Reed's Gxfords to he re.
ceived t his week, 0. M. Jamieson. 13
Jamieson's stock of Shoes is the besi
ever shown in New berry. ly
S55 years ago the first Daguerreotype!
were made on metal plates and cosl
tAt Salter's Photograph Gallery yot
can get for less money a dozen finel3
finished cabinet portraits. tf
Oxford Ties, all styles and prices, al
ly Mower Co.
''Johnny, Get Your Guin."
Pistols and Cartridges for awie now b3
tf J. WV. WHITE.
- Out Door Shoes
at Matthews & Cannon's. tf
The nicest line of Oxfords in New
berry at Jamieson's; from 'i5c. to $3.00
~nice cloth top Oxfords, $2.00. ly.
Do you need a Spring Hat? If s<
call at Jamiieson's, he will sell you an:
style of Straw, Felt or Stiff Hat tha
you may fancy. ____ y.
An elegant line Furnishing Good
just received. 0. M. Jamieson. ly
11th wonder : Matthews & Can nor
25c. and 33.le. Jeans. tf
Hats, Umbrellas, Neck WVear ani
G loves at special prices at Matthews o
A beautiful lune Neckwear just re
ceived at Jamieton's. 17
We hare jt2 recei e
very line article of Germnal
eVillet. which we of'er at i
ery low figure
QicGUe us a call before pur
R folieItsan & PEl[lei's
)wer.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report, li
A PROBIBITION CALL. V1
A Convention to be geld in the Court -
Bouse June 4. Pc
In accordance with the call of the
Sate Prohibition Executive Commit
tE e, all Democrats, regardless of faction,
who favor probibition and will work la
fcr it in the Democratic primary, are hi
hereby requested to meet in the Court w l
house at Newberry, on Monday, the ul
4th day of June, at 11 o'clock, to elect be
eight delegates to the State Convention gr
I sincerely hope that there will be a an
large attendance from every part of the in
county, and that all will feel that they to
are attending the convention for the wi
good of the whole people, and not for sh
tiae purpose of advancing the political fr
interests of any man or set of men. m
ARTHUR KIBLER, tu
Chairman Prohibition Ex. Com.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. Ai
]. Hillyard, at 8 o'clock last evening, kr
Frank B. Lane and Clara L. Darby, H
under a horseshoe of bridal roses, in pa
the fragrance of a wealth of flowersand h
to the strains of the bridal chorus from uc
"Lohengrin," were made man and lal
It was a very pretty little wedding. th
All the surroundings were arranged IN
with exquisite taste and happy effect. ht
The parlor, sitting room and hall were ti,
bowers of foliage and flowers, including sa
magnificent roses and Easter lilies, and b!
while they were admired to some de- w
gree, yet the moment the couple entered ail
all eyes were on the bride.
Miss Darby was attired in a gown of
heavy corded silk, en traine, trimined
with-white chiffon. She carried a love- Ti
ly bouquet of bridal roses and maiden- th
hair fern and wore a flowing veil. She
was a charming bride, and to her friends
appeared more so, inasmuch as she is a
young lady of sweet and generous B
disposition, with many accomplish-of
Miss Clara McClenny, bridesmaid, .
was very pretty in a gown of white
China silk, trimmed with yellow
chiffon. She carried a bouquet of Mare
chal N iel roses.
ThQ delicate duty of best man de
volved upon Mr. J. W. Smith, and he
seemed to be quite at home in the office.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Mr. DuBose, of McTyeire Memo
rial church. Following the ceremony
all hands adjourned to thedining rooms
of the Windsor, where an elegant wed
ding supper was served.
The groom, Mr. Lane, is a prominent
cotton buyer of South Carolina, and to
morrow he leaves with his bride for
The above is from the Jacksonville,
Fla., paper of A pril 27th.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane are expected to
arrive in Newberry to-day, where they
will spend afew days and go hence,, to
Hendersonville, N. C.
Druggistsrecommend Johnson's Ori t
ental Soap for all skin and scalp dis-- '
eases, tan and sunburn and the corn-t
plexion. W. E. Pelhain. 11
A genuine Kangaroo Shoe for $4.50. Iti
ly 0. M. Jamieson. Iti
Trimmed Sailo: Hats at 25 ts. at ni
1y Davenport & Ren wick's.
NiIIt Seed! IIUit SeJ!! a
Millet Seed of prime quality at $1.25 a
bushel at d
PEL HAM'S DRUG STORE.a
* * * *
Orange and Amber Cane Seed; Pearl
or Cat Tail Millet, Milo Maize, Hickory n
King and Early Golden Dent Corn e
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
stony Batter Dots.u
Mr. Belton Stockmnan, who was taken C
from this county about two weeks ago p
to the asylum, is reported as improv- 2
ing. He sent word home to his family a
and brother not to believe in the old -
negro, that he was nothing but an im
Saluda Democratic club met and or
ganized April 14th, with the following
officers: President, A. W. Montz; vice
president, L. L. Boozer; secretary, J.
P. Harmon; executive committeeman,
. P. Harmon. Upward of 60 names
have been enrolled, and there is not an .
anti Tillmanite on the roll, and unless
they come from some other club we ia
-will not have any. B
A military company was organized b,
at Prosperity, A pril 28th, with 44 mnem-E
bers. The names were sent in Monday, y
and ore long Prosperity will have a '
military company of its own, and one
that will obey orders from any Gover
nor they hold commissions under.
Politics is very quiet in this com
mun ity, and so far aslIcan learn, every
one is on the same side he was two
years ago.__ _ _ H.
Robertsoll's Pe rint Cordil! 2
A pleasant and certain cure for 8
Dyseintery, Diarrhoea and othere
diseases of the Stomach and Bow- o
Manufactured and for sale~at
el. oeol & M engr'
A lot of Jeans and Cottonade Pants,
5c. O. M. Jamieson. ly
y Infant and Children's Caps 15e. to
$3.00, at Mower Co. ly
John B. Stetson's H-ats for sale at j
We have the best SI Oxford and $1.25
Button Shoe ever sold in New berry. e
1y Davenport & Renwick.
F~oot Wear! Foot Wear!!
Our Shoe trade has surpassed our -
fondest expectations, and we can say
without fear of contradiction, that we
have the best line of Shoes in New berry
for the least money.
tf MIATTHEws & CANNON. -
I Hae Jlls
ALSO A NICE LINE OF
PR ESEN TS.
Call al[I ExaIllil tit8irl.
Helena 1leraldings and News Notes.
Mrs. W, T. Shelton, of North Caro
is, has returned to the village be
use of the continued illness of her
andmother, Mrs Caroline Pitts.
1fr. J. Z. Salter has moved his inter
ing family to the village for the sum
Miss Marie Eison is at home again
m a visit to Maybinton.
%fr. Lawt. Watkins, of Chappells,
Is in Helena a few days ago.
1fr. W. A. Oxaer has returned from
r.Z. Sparks, after a resting spell, is
sin at work in Columbia.
Mr. Richard Scruggs, of Pendleton,
is in the village several days since.
Master Henry Lane of Columbia is
iting his young friends here, and
aster Warren Fulmer is visiting in
An Untimely Death.
"The beautiful vanish and return not."
The friends of Major Joseph G. Ward
w are grieved to learn the of death of
s amiable and lovely young wife,
:iich sad event occurred on the 21st
t., at the parental howe in Aiken, in
r 24th year, from the effects of la
She was Miss Sallie Carroll, of Aiken,
d after ona brief year of married life,
which she made her home at Clif
o, in Spartauburg County, radiant
tb the brightness of her presence,
e fell from her husband's side as a
gile flower to the earth. Her re
ains were conveyed to the ancestral
rying gr>und in Barnwell for sepul
From the Aiken Times we note the
lowing allusion to her death:
"While not all her life was spent in
ken Miss Sallie, as she was best
iown, was very dear to this people.
er unusual beauty of person and sur
ssing loveliness of character made
r presence a joy and blessing and this
timely parting doubly sad. Emu
Ling the pure and beautiful standards
the Episcopal Church, her life was
at of a loving, earnest Christian.
ile earth affords no solace for the
isband so terribly anguished, the rela
-es so sorely smitten, the friends se
dly bereaved, tender thoughts of a
issful seraph, serene above the stars,
ill comfort all and woo them to the
iless summer land."
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
iomas cook, little Anna Laura, aged
ree months, died yesterday morn
Mrs. Mary Caroline Perry, widow of
'nj. Perry, of Edgefield, and mother
Mr. J. C. Perry, departed this life on
e 28th ultimo.
Brings comfort and improvemeni and
nds top prsonal enjoyment when
htly used. The many, who live bet
r than others and enjoy life more, witha
ss exoenditure, by more promlptly
laptin' the world's best- products to
re neeiYs of physical being, will attest
ie value to health of the pure liquid
Lxative principles embraced in the
medy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
the form most acceptable and pleas
at to the taste, the refreshing and truly
neficial properties of, a perfect lax
ive ; effectually cleansing the system,
ispelling colds, headaches and fevers
d permanently curing constipation.
has given satisfaction to millions and
tet with the approval of the medical
rofession, because it acts on the Kid
es, Liver and Bowels without weak.
ning them and it is perfectly free from
very obectionable substance.
Srup'of Figs is for sale by all drug
ist's in 50c ancd $1 bottles, but it is man
factured by the California Fig Syrup
o. only, wh~ose name is printed on every
acaa~e, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
nd bing well informed, vou will not
ccept any substitute if offered.
Is sold with writte
guarantee to cui
-ieura1la and Wak
// / fulness,caused by e:
/Tobacco an'd Alc<
.BE-FORE -AF ~ hol; Mental Depre
-8ER:-A 'sion, softening<
e rain, causing Misery, Insanity and Deatl1
irreness, Impotency, Lost Power in either se.
rerature Old Age, Involuntary Losses, caust
Sover-indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain ax
rrors of Youth. It gives to weak Organs the:
aturat igor and doubies the joys of life; cure
acorrha and Femalie wsakness. A month's trenl
eit, in plain package. bmy mail, to any address.:
*r box, 6 boxes $5. With every $5 order we give
frittenl Cuarantee to cure or refund the mone,
treulars free. Guaatee issued only by our e:
V. E. P HA M,Newberry,S.C
louse and Lot for Sale o
r OFFER FOR SALE OR REN
Lmy. house and lot in Newberrl
even r60mus in the house with all moc
rn conveniences. The lot contain
aree acres. Terms, etc., made know
n ap ain to E. S. MOTTE.
Everybody needs a pair of shoe!
verybody must have a
Where (1o you buy them? Are yo
f not, change! If you are remembi
hat there is nothing so perfect but
an be improved upon. Now here
he point. We carry the
ines of Miiinery and Shoes in Nev
ierry. Isn't a nickie saved a nick
nade? Then come and see how we ca
melp you when you are buyirng Ladie
lats and Shoes.
lick W wi
The beSLMEN'S $2.5O
SHOE, ever. mad e.
Inquire of your shoe dealera
Sol liy MATTHEWS & CANNON, Nevm8.C.
NB FalM n inter
EVER SOLD~IN NEWBERRYi
Suits to Order a szecialtv. Measures Taken and
Fit Guaranteed. -
BROWN & SMITH.
Blalock's Old Stand.
BIG BARGAINS AT
Smith & Wearn's,
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
SMITH B& WEARN,
"Ji',,.c.} THEt "EWBERRY DJHIERS."
rPlease!! oo r~
If You Want to Buy _______
SNice Clean Goods
_____ New 000ds
I STOR E3 Ariig.al
better thans wewcan tell you iyou w-lA
price sdo ntsuityou, no har done.
We can and do please the most exact
in nc ofrp t best Check HomespunEJ
.ade, e~ a yard; bhite Homespun
rd. Specia prices on Ladies' GentsIL Un
an Cai dren's underwear. Standard_______
Now Comes the Cake Walk on Shoes. f
ILadies' Shoes from $1.00 to $3.50.
Men's Shoes from 7.5c to $5.0KHTTH.
IChildren's Shoes to suit every one.
We Pay the Cash for Our Goods5
which enables us to make prices to Ti~F
* Meet All Competition. II Dalr
buo0twithstanding the depression in
Hs New Customers.
" - CITIZENS' MEETING.'l
Our Motto: LIVE AND LET LiVE. PTr AS stD SPCCTINS
b, 194, at 4 p. i.,0 tecid ose fy
B ATIII3 & C&IB. BOMN lr