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LOCAL AAND SPEC,M t,.
Sev,W, P. 13. Kit1ant will ,
a -vlival meelItti Ain N hw 4i1y ,, il
27th usiatt, It will ,
tent near the V,, N, % 1- dolhR Al
are invttit to,,te,d
I have comi, mn tho roat 4% flee
!elecUon of IA.VO P\ortrelt Pr,aOM
Lookout nt xt w,%xk for ,
et their arrival and a IP94r ti,,il,1
If you want China or -Jpipl %jt
Ongs, call at our storo atut Poo ko ur larw
aock;l the patterns aro beatitirtil, stnk
good. NWe havo also a tilt, lot i
1den's carrisges, O ti11 1it lih
hance to see them. 1'rika reintte1
tf L81"N.,& KnX.a
Qmartetty r oar'a,se,
The Quarterly Couferreo t ,,r il
lethodit EP1,scoPat1 irh,Mrt
--Newberry $tatitt, will ti*t in ti,
,-*brch ThursAiy vveliln, Miky "40h
ed servi,*ts ctidi4ett by ltv
B.4Campbell, P'. E , Ixegill;11111 a
8.15 o'clock. A we-omue AwaIt all
1evCampbell will preact also Sunt
To All I4t0eted, ri.as. Thk. '14900.
I will discontinue buying 4eond
-jMMdclothiug on MaySIst. Exw,ndhn
thanks to all who have dealt witi
me in that line, I am yus, *Ith rv
1;:eetL R CWItL.AM&. 3
COw Food Mor sale by
2t J N. Martn;
A Beautil Crmyou Free.
That is what Leavell & Speers sa
they are going to give to every pur
"'at their store who euys as muel
SW2,worth of goods. They have son
r hese emyons at their store and thei
are works of art and beauties. If yoi
have a photograph you want enlarge(
Inow s your chance, Read their an
aioncement in this issue and then ge
down and see these crayons and b
co8vinced that this is your opportu
A -Nw Store.
Mr. A. C. Jones his opened a stocl
Mf &ents' furuishing goods which he i
aeling at very reasouable figures. H
cwi eontinue to travel, but havinl
eonsiderable time between seasons he
midnot care to be idle, and has there
added this to his busiues. He is
a e in the store with Mr. Ed
reotz, but wiM oceupy the new ston
luom in tte postoffice building as soot
as it is conmpleted. He is a hustler aRn
will fnd it to your interest to giT4
im a calL Seling only for cash he
can give you bargains and afford t<
make shot profits.
New line of Ladies and Misses' Shoe
to arrive this week. Mower Co.
Good familr horse for sale bj
Wooten & McWbirter. tf
At The Begai and News Offee.
Call at The Herald and News offic
in front Newberrv Hotel if you wan1
-e&d pencils, pencil tablets, paper, ink
and evelopes. We keep a small stoci
always on hand and sell it cheap
Also legal cap paper at a bargain. We
also have the best cigar in town. Give
Ss a trial and you will come again. t
Have you seen my new and pretta
line of Millinery, Faney Goods an<
notions* If not, call at once.
MRs. S. A. RIsEE.
- ew remai coleae. i
TeSecretary of State has i
-sued a commission to the organiz 'ra
-of another new female college. Thb
institution is to be located at Little
.Mountain. in Newberry County,and ih
-to be known as the Little Mountaix
Female Colleae. Tbe corporators are
A. N. Blasnd. J. M. Sease. S. L. Nease
.B. Derriet, Simneon Miller, D. C
Boland, J. H. 'V ise, T. N. Shealy, J. B
Lathan of Little Mountain, and J. A
Bligh and W. B. Wise of Prosperity
- The capital stock is $2,000 with thi
-ivilege ofincreasing to $12,00
div-ded into shares at $10 each.
Johnson's Orie?ntal Soap is far supe
rior to all the othereo-called medicina
soapr for beautifying the complexion
W. E. Pelham.
Trimrr.ed Sailor Hats at 25 ets. at
If Davenport & Renwiek's.
Pretty ad Chteep.
Jamieson is having a reduction salt
in several of his departments. Hei
senling Oxfords at low figures. Thisi
the prettiest style of summer patterz
and the ladies can now be sure of get
ting a-neat shoe for a small outlay a
Jamnieson's. Everybody should con
salt his advertisement for further paz
-Jolhany, Get Year Gum."
Pistols and Cartridges for sale now b:
tf - J. W. WHITE.
N3ew lot Shoes jusvt received.
tf Wooten & McWbirter.
A few tons of Guano left. If yo
need any come early.
- a JAMEs F. TobtD.
For etylish, elegant, new and at
tractive Millinery, call on
1y Davenport & Rlenwick.
-Oxford Ties, all styles and prices, a
ly Mower Co.
Jusreeived a new supply of A rtist'
Tube Oil Paintu. For sake at Salter'
Photograph Gallery. tp
The Woman's Mimionary Society ~
the Lutberan eborch held a publi
meeting on last sunday night, whei
an interesting programme was ext
euted in the presece of a full bouw'
and a very attentive audience. Th
pasor read the .Sth chapter of Ihala]
and offered a fervent prayer. Misee
Beolah Girardeau anid Lizzie Feller
read appropriate selections, in clear
calm, wel-enanciated tones, and wer
listened to with profo~und attention
M1eer'. N. b. Bodie anid H. A. Me
Culiough made wel-prepared an'
thooghtful addresses-the first upoi
the general work of miseions and ti
seeord upr>n the parti"uiar' field r
Japan. Appropria'e musio was rr
dered by the eboir and thce congr'eg
tioni. A liberal collection we's raised
wbieb will be forwarded to the mu'
aionaries in Japan i brough the Boar
located at Charleston. It was alt'
gether a very pleasant anid profitabi
We~ offe-r one banrre3 Dr,llars R.ewsr
fo>r any cas of Caittarrb that cannrot b
ered by Hall's Catarrh Ceire.
F. 3. CBi ENEY & Co.,Pro,pa.,ToIedJo,
We the bodersign~ed have known, I
J1. Chensey fo,r th-- last J.5 yers,a
believe him perf'ectly ho,,norabhl' in a
business transsac:tion;s and fin,ansdall
able to carry out any obligation msad
by their firm.
Wvari & TJar A x. Whbolesale rugg"
Toledo, O. W,~r,g;y"o, KIssAN <
MARvis, Wbo4sale51 brtggista, Toled'
HaIl's Catarrh (;ore is taken mtfrr
ally, actirg diree-tly upon the blo'
and mviexn murfie of the eyeter
Price 7.-- psr bottle. Sold by all Lrrui
Mt'. li F 1I) i*pw re"ilenei
'1&;~,410 w"llpt hll, tuptde the gar
Ilia -int. W. Ta ylor is haviog k
We 00 l'1ld th flt it lM8R and in 1,4;2
w Widl killiig rritm it, Msy.
new paper we understand will
@ 14 Ar thim week.
T110 !IPw ItmoMce bulildin;z hms a a!
o4vl rtir. JIt wa finished Monday. b
Mf W.J: MIN will give one of his d
IM 'hnv A(pa Yolun's lZrove tow very 0
Mr. II. C. 1Hinter will occupy the
hwein on Nan w treet next door toE.Y.
Ito4d 111ll Arp's letter this week He
3(141ka Rnot. CMsxomyIxt and gives some
P01n81lble 4)b*prvat Ion"- ti
r Nir. (loo. I, C'romer had some fine t
ftollitto ii hits garden. but the hail v
brui"V1 IhhIm Ip very much. 1
,lr. T, 9. Ii1vzer's new residence on P
Caldwell Pr-inet Iv going up right along. I
It will to a liitidwne structure. e
The Coronor h'id an inquest at Pros- r
,wrily Inat, week over the body of a
coultsd W411an who died suddenly.
Wouldti't it be a wood idea for Gov. 0
Lilltian to ifr,,r some rewards for some a
of t he escalird iurderers of this county. t]
Kvery lKdy is signing the petition
ror water work. You have to do it if it
you want to keep up with the proces- 1i
The young people of Newberry will
Z I ave an aftertcon picnic to-day at Mr. t1
I Johnstone's some three miles from tI
The He rald and News bristles with
new ads. this week. If you want to
flud the aercbants or news consult its
Messrs. Matthews & Cannon have i
their brick machines in full blast now a
and are turning out good brick by the a
The Busy 3ees had their annual fes- O
tival in the lawn at Mr. M. A. Carlisle's *
on Monday night. They had a very
pleasant and enjoyable time.
Rev. Mr. Cargyle, of Edgefield, an
Adventist preacher, expects to deliver at
a series of lectures in Newberry very ai
soon on Romanisin and politi,S. a
Mr. J. J. Hipp will give one of his "
first class cues at Poalaria on July 7. ai
He has a big reputation as a cue maker, h
and e, ery one can expect a good dinner. g
The annual inspection of the New- a
berry Fire Department will take place a
on Thursday afternoon of this week. lf
All the members are expected to attend
Dr. Jas. K. Gilder has greatly im- eg
proved his place by remodeling and y
enlarging his residence. He will have x
i one of the prettiest places in the city s
I when completed. T
Children's Day will be observed by ft
the Presbyterian Sunday-school next ol
Sunday afternoon at five o'clock, when le
there will be a collection for foreign s
missions. The public is invited. 11
Some of our young teachers and
professers are devoting their spare N
moments to the study of botany. Love
and flowers are supposed-to go hand in t
hand. We trust the class will be quite a
Our orchestra and band will show us V
their ability to perform on the night of N
June 1st, when, assisted by local talent, ai
they will give a concert in the opera ti
house. We care sure thbe music loving g
public will be satisfied. i
The -Newberry Methodists have con
cluded to build a new church and workh
will be commenced during the coming
summer. They will build of brick and
the structure will be a handsome one.
They have decided to commence nonet
too soon. A new building is greatly ci
needed and we bope other congrega- "
tions will follow their example, ci
Messrs. A.L. All &J. H. Wise are tl
making preparations to give a barbeoue - a
at Little Mountain on July 4. They
will invite the candidates for State ofli
cers and all the candidate-s from New
berry and Lexingtcn, and this will of
itself make a big crowd, and besides
they will furnish you a first class din- h
,ner. Don't forget the time nor the cue p
We have just received a fresh ~
lot of Harris and Glenn Springs a
Mineral Water, which we offer,
our friends by case or bottle.d
Always keep a supply on ice for
our retail customers. c
ROBERTsos & Gru>ER.
Full line of Bleaching from 5e. to l21c.
Iy at Mower Co.
Mrs. 0. L. Sebumpert left y'esterday a
for Spartanburg. t
Mr. G. G. Sale has returned home
Cap~t. Giles Berry, of Graniteville, is
- visiting his son-in-law Mr. H. P. Cook. c
Harry H. Blease, of Shelby, N. C., ~
was on a visit to Newberry the past ri
iMrs. Y. J. Pope and Mrs. Sue Tar- t
nipseed will this week go to Harris a
M r. Duane A. Russell, of Atlanta, is
on a visit to relatives and friends in c
2 Messrs. Geo. B. ('romer and Thbos. 5. o
Sease argue.d some appeals before the a
Supreme Court last week.
Mr. R. S. McCarthy, who is attend
ing the Business College in Atlanta,
made a visit home last week.
Mrs. J. Ehrbardt and children, of
t Ebrbardt, Barnwell County, are on a I
visit to her mother Mrs. Frances Cline.1
Editor W. W. Ball of the Columbia1
ta Journal gave u.s a pleasant call on
ta Monday. We are always glad to see
Mrs. J. M. Berry arnd her daughter,
Miss Daisy Blanche Berry, of Augusta,
Iare vIsiting the family of Mr. F. A. g
Mr. Nathan E. Aull. who has been
at the Jobns Hopkins University, Bal
timo,re, the past session, is home for
tbe sumrJLE' vacation.
7ly .crees. e
I will make Fly Screens, for doorsaund a
windows in a workmanlike manner.
I am prepared to do all kinds of work 3~
in Carpentry, Cabinet Making, &.
I will take contracts bothb large and y
small and guarantee .atis,faction.
If R. .S. WHALEY.
SShop in old Herald and News
The Ladies I
are esp)ecially invited
Sto, call arnd refresh thernselves at'
my Fo,untain while down street
these warm and sultry days. Our
H'parklinry NorfIf, Fru ii 11on Bonts
anid Wif/'r Jc'su are e'speciallyl
s recommjendel Try our 1ce Creaml
Ic Cream served in my saloon
i rear of storTe.
a. My stallion "'Wagner, Jr., wl ea
kJ. Henry horr'' on Wedr'."days;
i,Prosp'.rity. Wise's Stab,l"s, on Th urs
days P. M. and F'ridays A. M.; New
berry, A. L. Knightoni & Co.'s .mbl
lon Sturdaye; Propritor5's stables, on
Mondaye. $10 to ineure. Money~ 'Jue
~- when with foal, or mare parted with.
Highest of all in Leavening Pow
A GOOD SCHOOL.
Painstaking and Skillful Instruction
A reporter for The Herald and News
called a day or two since at t be select
school of Mrs. Mary B. Cofield. The
newspaper scribe was not expected,
and so found things just as they were
-the every-day mode of conducting
the school. Mrs. Cofield has an able
and must efficient assistant, Miss Eu
The school is not large, but is com
posed of as intelligent, and handsome
young ladies as any town can boast.
There are a few small and sprightly
boys in tbe girl.
Nearly all the morning was spent in
witnessing the manner in which the
school was conducted. Although not
possessing a knowledge of the French
laiguage, yet the reporter can under
etand when a pupil is at all familiar
with the lesson under recitation.
There were six young ladies in the
class in French. They showed great
ease in all answers and also in the ex
ercise on the blackboard. This class is
under the care of Miss McClintock,
who showed herself to be master of
French, as is evidenced by the progress
and efficiency of her class. She was
aiso as patient, kind and pleasant in
instructing a ciass of small boys as the
more advaRced classes.
Mrs. Cofield seems quite at home
with her pupils. A look or word from
her brings a smile to their faces, Ebow
ing at once that she possesses their love
and esteem, and in that way governs
them, and makes study to them -a
pleasure. The class Jn rhetoric, taught
by Mrs. Cofield, gave abundant evi
dence of the skill of the teacher in im
parting and impressing instruction on
the minds of her pupils. This was
further exemplified by the ease and
skill shown by a class in arithmetic
and one in algebra. These classes are
composed of natural mathematicians,
or else they have been most thoroughly
instructed; perhaps their superiority is
due to both natural talent and in
The reporter wss especially pleased
with the young lady who calculated
thke number of yards required to carpet
the school room. This was an exam
ple not in "the book," but she worked
it out correctly-and would explain
and insist that her demonstration was
correct. Hers is an honest, good heart.
Another class demonstrated the most
difficult problems in algebra without
any seeming trouble. If it should ever
be their fate to enter the school room
as teachers, they will certainly be good
ones, if their progress and proficiency
in the future should be as great as it
has been in the past.
T is school should he better known.
If better known it would be better
patronized. Those who know the in
structors, should know that all pupils
sent to this school will learn, and
what they do learn will be well
It is evident that each and every
pupil loves both teachers with a love
second only to the love of a mother,
and that these teachers are their beat
Mr. J. Wiley Stockmnan has been on
the sick list for the past few weeks.
Mrs. Drucilla Banks has been very
ill for the past few days...
This is a busy week with our farmers
plowing cotton and corn and finishing
"chopping" out their cotton.
Mr. Jacob Fellers, of the St. Luke's
community, has been quite ill for the
Gen. WV. H. Hunt, of the Mt. Pil
grim section, is seriously ill at this
writ in g.
Mrs. John 8. Dominick has been on
the sick list for the past few weeks.
The oats and wheat are beginning to
ripen and will soon be ready for the
The Prosperity Rifles are expecting
to receive their guns this week, and
then they will be ready for duty.
Rev. D. Tiller preached a verv in
structive sermon at Zion last Sabbath
to a large congregation.
Rev. J. D. Bow les filled his appoint
ment at Macedonia on last Sabbath.
Can't office-seekers find a smooth
path to lead them out of trouble.
It seems that we will have a poor
crop of fruit, but a splendid crop of
We have had some nice seasons and
vegetation is beginning to flourish.
A cold wave struck our Southern
climate and a good fire makes the room
*Tbere are a few cases of whooping
cough reported in our community.
Died, on May 11, 1894, Mr. B. B. Fra
zier, of Edgefield County. His remains
were laid to rest in the graveyard at
Zion on Saturday, Rev. J. B. Traywiek
conducting thbe funeral services.
Mr. WV. J. Mills is reported as having
the finest field of corn in the county.
The Irby Literary Debating Society
held their debate at Fairview Academy.
The sub'ject discussed was: }Resolved,
That the development of a countryv is
more important to that country than
its inventions. After the debate was
over, Dr. C.*T. Wyche delivered an
address. G. B. D.
Table Damask and Doileys, all prices,
ly at Mower Co.
Rob8rtSaRlS PeDDeiut coria!
A pleasant and certain cure for
Dysebtery, Diarrhoea and other
diseases of the Stomach and Bow
Manufactured and for sale at
Robe~lt & Glic
The cold wave struck our town Sat
urday and turned summer into winter
like a flash.
Mrs. WV. A. Andrews has returned
from Carlisle, where she has been vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Bates.
A party of our citizens went down to
H endeson's Island on Broad River last
week on a fishing excursion. They re
port plenty of fish and a most enjoya
In justice to the baseball team at this
place we will state that we were misin
formed when we stated that they had
enae nexper. pitcher for the sea
snThy have made no such ar
The entertainment at Odell's church
came off very pleasantly last Friday
night--the exercises were good-and
we think every one enjoyed it.
Mr. F. N. Calmes was ordained
deacon of the Baptist church at this
place last Sabbath by the pastor, Rev.
J. D. Mahon.
Don't fail to see "Out in the Streets"
at Cameron's Hall next I-riday night,
May 2.5. Arrangements have been
made to have good music furn'shed,
kand we promise everybody a delight
DESTRUCTIVE HAIL STORM.
ewberry the Centre of An Icy Downpour
Great Damage to Vegetasbles.
The most destruct ire hail storm e- er
nown in Newberry occurred on last
riday afternoon at 2 'cock. It laid
.1 predecessors of '69, '84 and '90 com
Ieely in the sbade.
TLe bail fell Ihick and fast and com
lete y covered the ground. Hailstones
1 large as guinea --ggs were picked up
many persons wbo had never sereu
ie like, and there was an abundance
'such a size, but most of the bail was
yout as large as marbles.
The storm was ltcal in its range, ard
as not very heavy in Helene. It was
>out two wiles in width, and extetidtid
ve miles ii the direction of Pros
Newberry was in the very centre of
te storm. The great#st damage in
>wn was done to vi getable gardens,
hich pret-euted a devastated condition
hen the storm had ceased to pour itb
lting ice upon the plants. C-rn was
>rn into rihhon; ieans beaten to the
krtb; tniatoes cut in twain; cucum
!rs, squashes and watermelons almost
Cotten around town was danaged
)mewhat wheredt had been chopped
it, and planting is n(C<.-ary; but here
so the damage is'not as great as was
iought at first.
The thermometer on Monday morn
ig was 42 degrees, which is the frost
ne, but the ground was Lot cold
ough for frost to form here.
The "oldest inhabitant" remembers
iat it frosted five times in May, 1668,
ie dates being from the 15th to the
Those who have used Dr. King's New Dis
.very know its value, and those who have
:t, have -now the opportunity to buy it
ree. Call on the advertised Druggist and
at a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your name
ad address to H. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago.
id get a sample box of Di. Kingls New Life
Uls Free, as well as a copy of Guide to
ealth and Nousehold Instructor, Fj ee. All
which is guaranteed to do you good and
oat you nothing. Robertson & Gilder's
Why Not Encourage Home Talent?
The Herald and News is a great
ickler forsticking to home institutions
id giving encouragement to all home
id local talent and enterprise. In this
ay only can we build up our town
id county. New berry College is a
[)me institution and we have always
ven it our hearty suppoI t and encour
,ement. We want to see it succeed
id so do the citiz-n3 of Newberry. We
kink, however, when Newberry Col
ge could help any other local institu
:n she should do it, for we are all here
gether and we should help and en
>urage one another. Last year the
ewberry band was not given the
tusic for Commencement for the rea
>n that a brass band was not wanted.
his year we have an orchestra, and it
rnishes very good music, and several
its members are students of the col
ge. The music committee decided to
nd to Columbia for the music a4 twice
ie cost, because the Newberry orches
a is too young, after having asked
em to put in a bid. The Herald and
ews is free to say that in its opinion
ie music committee should have
warded the music to the Newberry
>ys, not so much for the money that
in it, but to encourage home talent.
'hen there is any free show, then the
ewberry boys arealways in demand,
id when we havesomethingin which
tere Is a little money we should not
ve them the go by. We say again
by not encourage home talent? Why
nd to Columbia for music whben we
ave good music right here at home?
World's Columblan Exposition,
ill be of value to thbe world by illus
ating the improvements in the rme
aanical.arts, acid eminent physicians
ill tell you that the progress in medi
nal agents has been of equal impor
~nee, and as a strengthening laxative
tat Syrup of Figs is far in advance of
Paine's Celery Compoun'l for ex
Rusted energies and shattered nerves.
askola, to make lean people fat and
ealthby! Hood's Sarsaparilla, for im
averished blood! Magnetic Nervine,
cure f'or nervous prostration, convul
ons, &e.! Wampole's Cascora Cor
ial for constipation! No-To-Bac, to
are tobacco habit! Peruna, the great
miei and Catarrh remedy. All at
All of my Dry Goods, Notions, Boots,
hoes, Hats, etc., will be sold cheap
>r cash; or I will sell the whole stock,
Iso Building and Lot, on easy terms
> approved purchaser.
tf J. S. RUSSFLL.
The "Fair and square Dealer."
Otto Klettner, whose friends and
astomers regard him the Napoleon of
iewberry trade circles, by his sudden
ovements and quick surprises in the
aughter of high prices, calls upon
le pleasant public this week to ex
mine his large, varied, choice and
beap stock of goods, and then compare
rices and goods, and if he cannot give
on bargains at the "top-notch" of
bespness he is willing to see you go
way. Try him. Competition is thbe life
f' trade, and his motto is "quick sales
nd small profits."
rhe Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
rhen she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
rhen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
rhen she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
A full line of Stribley & Co.'s new
yle dress Oxfords at Davenport &
The Cool Wave
Is now waning and the South wind's
reath will soon make it unendurable
>r anything in ladies' wearing apparel
xcept summer fabrics. In this partic
lar there is an emporium in our midst
rich will supply the needful, for
[essrsa. Daven port & Renwick have a
pecial line of summer dress goods and
ave named the prices at low figures.
ee their ad.
Buckien's Armea Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
r!e -, Ul cers., Salt R heumn, Fever Sores,Te
~r, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
i Skin Eruptions, and posit.vely cures
flIes or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
lye perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
nice 25 cent,s pe box. For sale by Robert.
n & Gilder.
WPe hat'e just reciered a
'ery liue article of Germnan
71i11et, which we otTer at a
~ery low figure
Gire us a eall before pur
1R0I18r18an & flflariS
r.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
..An Appeal to Prohibitionists to Rally.
To the Friend2 of Prohibition:
We now have what we might call
accidental Drobibition in our Stata.
How long tfis state of affairs will last
the majority of us cannot tell, but it
is safe to say that there may be a
change in a very short time. But we
must not stop to consider when the
change will come, nor what it will be.
We must get to work and not lose the
slight advantage already gained.
We must meet the liquor question
this year fairly and courageously. De
feat means the silencing of prohibition
for years, perhaps for a generation to
I have recently heard from different
sections of our county, and am assured
that there is a strong sentiment in favor
of a practical prohibition law.
There seems to be a majority of our
people who are opposed to a licenese
system of any kind.
The license system, no matter what
kind it may be, should not r-turn. Itis
in the power of the people to prevent it.
Now in order to get the question promi
nently before the people, it is earnestly
req'ested that all who favor a State
prohibition law will meet in the Court
House at Newberry at 11 o'clock on the
first Monday in June.
The purpose of the convention will
be to send eight delegates to the State
Convention in Columbia, and to attend
to any otber business that may come
It is to be distinctly understood that
this call is for Democrats of both fac
Partisan politics will be ignored. Let
us meet for the sole purpose of advanc
ing the best interest of our county.
Chairman Prohibition Ex. Com.
To Picnic at Greenwood.
The Baptist and Methodist Sunday
schools have joined hands and will en
joy an outing in the way of a picnic at
Greenwood on Friday of this week.
They have chartered a special train
over the Richmond and Danville rail
road. The train will leave Newberry
at 7.30 sharp. Returning, the train
will leave Greenwood in the afternoon
at 6 sharp. No tickets will be sold, the
train being chartered by the two Sun
day-schools named. Greenwood is a
nice little city and we feel sure that
the Newberry party will have a most
delightful time on this trip.
A Pleasant Social Event in Honor of an
One of the most enjoyable social
events of the season was that given by
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schumpert on last
Thursday evening at their residence in
honor of bheir niece,Miss Daisy Blanche
Berry, of Augusta, Ga. Miss Berry is
ooe of Augusta's most accomplished
and attractive young ladies. It was a
charming and delightful moonlight
night and so enjoyable was the evening
that the hour for departure came only
too soon for the beautiful belles and
gallant beaux who had the pleasure of
A Confederate Reunion.
Section 4 of the By-laws of the
"James D. Nance Camp No. 336,
U. C. V., reads thus: There shall be
held each year on the 21st day of July
(except when that day comes on Sab.
bath) a re-union of all Confederate Vet
erans of this county, and all who were
members of the companies from this
county, also the sons of all Confederate
veteranis, and a committee shall be ap
pointed at each January meeting who
shall secure one or more speakers, pro
vide or cause to be provided a suitable
dinner, and make all other needed ar
rangement for the proper observance
of the d; y. Especial arrangements
shall be made for the ladies.
The fo;lowing named veterans con
stitute that committee (to secure speak.
era) Geo. W. Holland. chairman; R. L.
McCaughrin, James McIntosh, Samp
son Pope and R. C. Carlisle.
A rrangement commit tee, (to prepare
dinner, seats, &c.,) Waliace W. Riser,
J. Pat Blair, Nathan H. Young, M. M.
Buford and J. D. Smith.
The latter committee met on Satur
day and appointed the following corn
rades to solicit contributions, carcasses,
&c., and to make their report to the
No. 1 Township-0. L. Schtumpert.
No. 2 Townsip-John A. Cromer.
No. 3 Township-L. P. Miller.
No. 4 Township-J. C. Hargrove.
No. 6 Township-W. G. Peterson.
No. 7 Township--SIlas Walker.
No. 8 Township-Thos. S. Blair.
No. 9 Township--U. B. Whites.
No.10 Township-G. M. Singley, Sr.
No. 11 Township-J. D. Suber.
C. F. BOYD, Adjutant,
James D. Nance Camp.
See the World's Far for Fifteen Cents.
Ujpon receipt of your address and fifteet
cents in postage stamps, we will mail yot
prepaiiOurSUvENIa PoRTFoLIo oF Tnt
WonD'sColcasANEzPosrioN. The regu.
lar price is fifty cents, but as we want you t(
have one we make the price nominal. Yotl
wHi find it a work of art and a -thing to be
prized. It contains full page vIews of thi
great buirdings, with descriptions of same
and is executed in highest style of art. I
not sat-isfted with it, qfter you get It. we wil
refund the stamps and let you keep the book
Address HI. E. EUCKLEN & Co.,
I ilav Ju
ALSO A NICE LINE OF
Call amih Examine t8lii
We have the best $1 Oxford and $1.2
Button Shoe ever sold in New berry.
ly Davenport & Renwick.
All the latest styles in Ladies' Hati
1y ~at Mower Co.
Infant and Children's Caps 1-5c. ti
$3.00, at Mower Co. 1:
[Chicago Daily Tribane.]
"I am taknggup acollection in aid c
the striking coal miners," said the ma:
with the subscription paper.
-Td like to give something," rep,lie<
the man sitting on the doorsteps, 'but
am out of a job myself. The :factor
where I've been working had to shn
down the other day because they couldn
Helena Heraldings and News Notes.
A young student friend has our
thanks for an invitation- to the ap
proachingomruenceent of New berry
College. We anticipate distinguished
honors for him some day, for be has
already discovered and applied the
secret and great irLtb, that " the busi
ness of the mater in LO teach the pupil
to teach himself."
A bright 3-year old boy who saw and
heard the bail for the first time as it
ratt:ed against the house the other day,
and who is very fond of ice, was given
two or three of the crystals and told
that bemighteat them. After "crunch
ing" them between his teeth, he ex
claimed, "0, mudder, I want some
more sunder." He was wrestling with
a big thing-eating thunder.
Vegetation in the village suffered
comparatively little by the recent hail
storm. Fortunately but little or no
wind accompanied the hail-stones. It
is likewise fortunate that the area cov
ered by hail-storms is usually small.
Time, rest, surshine, air and water are
great healers, and the torn and beaten
plants will very soon, with no other
backset, put on fresh verdure and vigor
as though nothing much had hindered
their growtb. Might we not learn a
most salutary lessou in the lavish Prov
idential expenditure for us of the free
air, sunshine, water and hours of rest?
Freely we receive these priceless gifts
on which we are helplessly dependent,
let us in like manner freely "use hospi
tality" and kindness one toward the
We have received, with the com
pliments of Prof. J. E. Buzbardt, a
copy of the Catalogue of the Teachers
and Students of the Texas Normal Col
lege and Teachers' Training Institute,
at Denton, Texas, of which he is pro
fessor of mathematics. Denton has a
lovely location on the western border
of the Cross Timbers, and although it
has a population of but between 3,000
and 4,000, it has eight churches and a
complete system of artesian water
works. While the Institute is non
sectarian and independent in character,
its officers and teachers are members of
evangelical churches, and "the founda
tion principle of the school is the de
velopment of moral character and the
inculcation of truth." The curriculum
of the school is as nearly eclectic as it
is possible to be, and young ladies and
gentlemen are profoundly educated and
trained to become efficient teachers.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
Liver Oil with hypophosphites is in
valuable in all scrofulous affections,
purifies the blood, builds up the appe
tite and makes sound flesh. Pint bot
tIes $1.00. W. E. Pelham.
May 15th, 1804, by Rev. J. W. Blan
ton, at the residence of Mr. B. L. Domi
nick, the father of the bride, in Pros
perity, S. C., Mr. Green Mitchell, of
Edgefield County, and Miss Amanda
Dominick, of Prosperity.
HEART DISEASE_30 YEARS!
Short Breath, Palpitation.
Mr. G. W. McKinsey, postmaster of
Kokomo, Ind., and a brave ex-soldier,
says: "I had been severely troubled
with heart disease ever since leaving
the army at the close of the late war.
I was troubled with palpitation and
shortness of breath. I could not
sleep on my left side and had pain
around my heart. I becamne so ill
that I was much alarmed, and for
tunately my attention was called to
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
I decided to try it. Theflrst bottle
made a decided improvement in my
coniition, and five bottles have com
pletely cured me."
G. W. McKINSEY, P. M., Kokomo, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on a poitive
gaatee that the first bottle will bnefit.
Ai druga t sell It at 61, 6 bottles for $5. or
ye Dr.i"eMedia*Co,"*kt ,ad
Is sold with writti
guarantee to er
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bover-indulgence, over-exertion of the Brain ani
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per bx, 6 b oxes $.wth eer $5 order we gv
WienCuarane to ceor refund the mone
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withbarain tha ar atthe op otc
Tof chanRs and aluAE. Otersma'
Brings comfort and improvemeni nd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than othiers and.enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adpigte world's best products to
the need 4of physical beng, wil,attes
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in 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
ative; effectually cleansing the system, -
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
andipermanlently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and S
met with the approval of the medical n
profession, because it acts on the Kid- $1
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fi s is for sale by all drug- S
gists in 50c anT$1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup 8
Co. only, whose name is printed on everye
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not u
accept any substitute if offered.
. . Bargair
An Elegant Line of Oxfords; I
Our $1.50 OXFO
Our entire line of Furnish
prices, for Cash only.
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BIG BARGAINS AT
GALL AND SEE
Man trSMITH I
For .. .
A NICE CLEAN STOCK
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ACALL FROM YOU.
AND WE SOLICIT
A SHARE OF YOUR
C. &.G. S. Mower Co.opstth
Years anxious to p!ease,
lev Machines Traded for
Well EquwIp'ed Bicycle Re
GONZALES & WITHERS,
Columbia, S. Ca
Electil of Toaaias.
T 4 P. M., ON THURSDAY.
1.TJune 7ib, 18-34. 1t' -e Trrustees of
ewberry School Disi ct will elft
eachers for the NeZbrry Graded
hools for the scholstic year begin
ing Septemuber 25, 1894, s follows:
Superi tendent, at the salary of
,000 a year;
Six Teachers, at the salary of $35 a
A Male Principal for the Colored
chool, at the salary of $40 a mionth;
Two Female Teachers for t he Colored
chool, at the salary of $25 a month
Applications may be filed with the
WM. E. PELHAM, Secretary.
Newberry, S. C., May 12,1894.
i Sale ..
1.75, $2.00 and $2.25,
RDS for $1.25.
ng Goods at greatly reduced
nith &. Wearn's.
y prhasin our Grocerismaterits
and Cnfectioneries from
You afford to pay fancy prices, when
by comparison you find you can
nog to pa qyu f>r the trouble of
will get for you. A fresh, choice stock of
Syrup, Canned Goods,
Tobaccos, Cigars. Oranges,
Plain and French Candies,
Look to Your Interest and
Give Me a Call.
H. 0. HOOF.
Main Sreet, euberyv.