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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
n econt of the -speaking at Little
non the 4th day of July the
ng of the County Alliance has
changed to Thursday, July 5th.
Ccounty S. S. Convention. =
b. County Sabbath-school Conven
will meet at Beth Eden church
y and Friday, August 2nd
At salter's Photograph Studio,
ryjw-Hand fine Stippled Crayon Por
made,or you can get your pie
en and artistically finished
Crayon,pia, India Ink, or Qolors.
Accepted the Cal.
V. V. Y. Boozer has acepted the
a:xtended to him by the, Lutbetan
in North Carolina, and will en
Upon his work as soon as he takes a
.or Engraving, Watch, Clock and
repairing, no to
Central Drug Store.
AJl work guaranteed and prices mod
W make a first class grade of Gra
Sour, and you can get it from us
2cents a pound delivered. Send us
ordes. AULL & BARRE. tf
mbecue Near stabs.
I will give a fimt class barbecue .ear
on July 13th. All the candi
invited, baseball and other
nuents. BKws .
Jam. . DNance camp.
:.e regular meeting of the James D.
Cam No. 336, U. C. V., will be
in the Urt House on Monday,
2ad, (saleday) at 11 a. m. All
se urgently requested to at
C. F. BoYD, Adjutant.
Good wite Lawns at 5e., worth
9 WOOTEN & MCWMTE.
DiL Jas. M. Kibler, assisted by Dr.
.G. Bouseal, performed on Monday
eopeationof taking out the left eye of
R Paul Bouknight. the youngest son
at Mr. N. H. Bouknight, of Edgefield
The, operation was heroically en
by the 1, and it was sacwessfully
If you want China or:Japan Mat
-tngs, call at-our store and see our large
the.patterns are beautiful. qual
Ity good. We have also a nice lot of
Ihfdrel's carriages. Do not miss the
.-bance to see them. Prices reasonable.
LEAVELL & SPEEEs.
The schedule of the Greenville and
"Col'mbia road was changed last Sun
Lay. The westbobnd train arrives at
SNewberry at 1.10p. m., twenty minutes
later than heretofore. The connections
-iat Alstoi - for -Spartanburg, Glenn
SSprings-and the Western North Caro.
Slina points are the best in sumnmer
w shednles the road has ever operated.
cerreet any error of Refraction as en
dorsed by leading. authorities. Ezam
iniation free.. A. 8. MONTGoMERY,
tf At Central Drug Store.
~Several letters from Consul John'
stone were- received last week by Col.
SGeorge Johnstone and other mnembers
Aof the family in Newberry. The let
tera were dated May 23rd. They stated
that -he had made the voyage to Brazil
.'without a moments sea-sickness. He
is well pleased with Pernamnbuco and
his surroundings. While the weather
ie hot, the,thermometer ranges about
like it does In Newberry, and the
e> limate is not unendurable.
Meeting of Ezecutive Committee.
-The members of the Democratic Ex
eeutive Committee are requested to
snmeet In the Court House at Newberry,
on tie 7th day of July, 1894, at eleveri
o'clo6k, a. mn., for the purpose of arrang
Ing for the State Campaign meeting
for this County and fixing dates for the
Coza. L. BI2EAsE, Chairman.
R. . MA YBrN, Secretary.
. At'Safers2Pooga ICallery.
Atistu fine Tube Oil Paints, Sill
Arrasene Embroidery and Etching
tllk, for saie.
Kot For Atlanta.
Mei.. G. T. Dickert and M. B. Mor
ton will run a big excursion from Colm
bia to Atlanta on June 28th. The trair
wi goon the Seaboard Air Line. The fart
frond Nilwberry is only $2.75.
The ~e,,aM of a milar excursion lnsi
year makes it a certainty that bette
things will be done this year on this pop
alar route. See ad. in this issue.
- Newberry Steam MIl.
We are now ready for the season a
3894. Everything is in first classcondi
tion to give you all the flour in you!
wheat and at the same time a goot
grade of fiour. We will be pleased t
see our friends and patrons, and guaran
tee prompt and courteous attention.
. ours to please,
- U. AULLx & BABBE.
A Minister Will Wed.
As invitation is acknowledged from
Bev. Bartow B. Bamage to witness his
marriage. He will be united to the beau
tiful Mias( Ethel Purvis at St. Paula
Episcopal church, Chattanooga, Tenn
on the morning of the 26th instant. Th<
Xerald and News prospectively wishe
its friend and his fair fiance all the jo:
and serenity the poets have ever dreamed
Have you seen my new and prett;
line of Millinery, Fancy Goods an<
notions? If not, call at once.
MRs. 8. A. RIsER.
Zxeursien to Chi-leetonl.
One of the best managed excursion
of the season 'will be run to Cabriesto]
on Tuesday. June 26th,under the man
agment of Messrs. Jas. F. Todd. H. G
Hoof, 0. W. Sumnmer and 3. H. Wicker
of Newberry. It will give everybod,
a chance to make a delightful trip t<
teQCty bythe fees, and get a breat]
of air from old ocean. The manag.e
ment is pledged to make it a success 11
every particular, and they will 10o1
after the personal comfort of every pas
enger. Next Tuesday is the time, and
everybody who wants to l'ave a splen
did trip should not fail to go.
The round trip from Newberry i
only $2.00,- and is the cheapest rat
evhr made. See advertisement in thi
issue for particulars.
Good family horse for sale b
Wooten & McWhirter. tf
We have just received a fres:
lot of Harris and Glenn Spring
Mineral Water, which we offe
our friends by case or bottle
Always keep a supply on ice fe
our retail customers.
ROBERTSQN & GHiER.
Infant and Children's Caps 15e.
3mOna a Mower Co. 1
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See local news on fourth page.
Mr. W. C. Cromer is announced for
Big barbecue in Newberry on cam
paign day. See ad.
The Herald and News will give you
some polities next week.
The Prohibition Executive Commit
tee will meet at Newberry next Mon
day at 10 a. m.
Sheriff Riser will give one of his
celebrated little barbecues at Bandu
slan Spring next Friday.
A party of fishermen drained Mr.
Wm. Langford's Mendenhball mill pond
last Friday, and caught a carp30 inches
in length weighing 15j pounds.
The annual sermon before the grad
uates of the Williamaton Female Col
lege will be preached by the Rev. A. J.
Stokes, of Newberry, this evening.
State Superintendent Mayfield has
appointed Mr. Thos. W. Keitt,- of
Newberry to take charge of the depart
ment of School Commissioners at the
Mr. C. L. Trabert has been presented
a handsome gold-headed cane by the
Newberry band and a fine gold ring
by the Newberry Euterpean orchestra
in appreciation of his services.
There will be special services at
Bethlehem church, Rev. J. H. Wyse
pastor, next Sunday. Addresses on
Missions will be delivered by Prof.
A. J. Bowers and Prof. E. B. Setzler.
The opening of the season at Har
ris Lithia Springs will be inau
gurated on -Friday; evening of .this
week with a grand ball. The Herald
and News acknowledges the receipt of
an invitation to-be present.
Arrangements have been made with
the C. N. & L. road to put ou extra
coaches to accommodate the people
desiring to go to the barbecue at Little
Mountain on July 4th. The rate has
been reduced 4o about half fare.
Mr. F. B. McIntosh, of Columbia, is
Mr. L. C. Speers is home from Da
Mr. Wofford Walt has returned from
Miss Hettie Lake has returned from
a visit to Greenwood.
Mrs. L. W. C. Blalock went. to
Greenville last Saturday.
Mrs. P. 0. Hawthorne, of Donalds,
is visiting Mrs. F. J. Russell.
Rev. E. P. McClintock is attending
Commencement at Due West.
Miss Laurens Glenn is. home from
the Woman's College, Columbia.
'Mrs.Geo. A. BroWning, of Richmond,
Va., is vsiting at Mr. J. R. Green's.
Mrs. J. E. Sett, of Union, is on a
visit to her father, Mr. W. T. Tarrant.
Mrs. Robt. L. Murrell, of Sumter, I*
visiting her father Mr. J. s. Russell.
Miss Lucy Wright .has returned
from the Woman's College, Btilti
Miss Mamie Wingard, of Springfield,
Ga., is visiting her uncle Capt. I. H.
Mr. Thomas Jackson, of the R. & D.,
is on a visit to his father Mr. W. T.
Mrs. Mary Law McClintock has re
turned from the Woman's College,
Mrs. L. N. Rodger and children of
Union, are visiting her father Mr. J.
Mr. James I. Fair, came home last
Saturday from Washington to stay
until July 1st.
Mr. T. 0. Williams, representing the
Hill fly trap, left yesterday for Charles
ton and Georgia.
Miss Nellie Chapman. .teacher in
the Leesville Classical Institute,.ecnme
home last Thursds-y.
Mr. Pierre Mazyck. of Charlestori.was
on a visit to his father Capt. N. B.
Mazyek last Sunday.
Mrs. A. J. Bowers and children will
leave tosmorrow' for Salem, Va., to
spend the summer.
Miss Mary Leigh Kilgore, of Wash
ington, is on a visit to the Misses
Kibler en College Hill.
Rev. G. H. Trabert, of Warren, Pa.,
arrived in Newberry on Monday to
Mr. R. E. Leavell, of Newberry, is
travelling for a Chicago house, and is
now in the Eaitern States.
Mr. C. A. Smith and daughter, of
Minneapolis, Mm., are among the
visitors to commencement.
Capt. J. D. Groover, of Clyo, Ga.,
Is in Newberry, enjoying commence
ment and the hospitality of his friends.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower left on Saturday
for Dansville, N. Y., where Mrs. Mower
is stopping, and he will also spend three
weeks in Maine.
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hbnt returned
on Saturday from a pleasant trip to
Virginia and New Yokcity, visiting
Col. J. H. Hunt in the metropolis.
Deafases cannot be Czared
by local applications, as they canpot
reach t he diseased portion af the ear.
There is only one way to cure Deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube gets inflamed .you have a
rumbling sound or imrerfect bearing,
-and when it<is entirely 'closed Deaf.
!ness is the result, and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
-hearing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by catarrb,
which Is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
icatarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
.Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. 3. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0.
B WSold by Druggists. 75c.
BRev. R. C. Willina will preach next
rSunday afternson at four o'clock. The
public is cordially invited.
The showers of rain Monday afternoon
Sand night were gratefully appreciated by
Dr. Preston Beam, of Piedmont, is
visiting his relative Mrs. Kate,Coats.
Miss Dollie Reagin, of Utopia, is vis
iting the Missess Coppock.
Miss Lillian Pennington, of Belton,
is~ visiting Mrs. H. C. Summers.
'Another of Newberry's sons is heard
from. This time it is the very.pleasant
mention,through invitations received here
that Bev. Bartow Bee Ratnage will, on
'the morning of the 26th instant, lead to
the altar at St. Paul's Episcopal churchi
1Chattanooga. Tennessee, the gentle and
lovely Miss Ethel, daughter of Mir. and
SMrs. George Edward Purvis. All New.
Sberry will be delighted to learn of the
Sapproaching nuptials of this talented
Mr. Dan Dominick has had a very uich
son for several weeks with typhoid fever.
eDr. Gilder and Miss Belyeah have done
all they could for their patient. Efficieni
nursing is of the utmost importanee. Thiu
is done by the trained nurse,who has skill
patience. kindness and firmness. The pa
Vtient is getting better and with care wil
soon be well again. The nurse left bin
hyesterday. S.Ys Souer.
Full lineof Bleaching from 5c. tol2ie
1 y at Mower Co.
All of my Dry Goods, Notions, Boots
~Shoes, Hats, etc., will be sold chesi
for cash; or I will sell the whole stock
also Building and Lot, on easy term
to approved purchaser.
Itf J. S. RUSSELL.
oTable Damask and Doileys, all prices
1. of ~ Mower Co.
An Eminent Divine Receives Doctor of
Divinity from Newberry College-Three
Tewberry M -D.'s Get the Degree of
Master of !Arts-Other Impor
tant Work of the Trustees.
The trustees of Newberry College
held their annual meeting on Monday
afternoon. The present officers were
re-elected as follows: President, Rev.
J. A. 8ligh; Vice-president, Geo. S.
Mower; Treasurer, D. B. Wheeler;
Secretary, Geo. B. Cromer.
The Standing Committee is: Presi
dent G. W. Holland, 0. L. Schumpert,
D. B. Wbeeler, Geo. S. Mower, Z. W.
Beden.baugb, 0. B. Mayer, Geo. B.
The following is the report of Presi
dent Holland of the Collegf:
To the Board of Trustees of N ewherry Col
lege--Gentleman: Under the guidance of a
gracious Providence, Newberry f'olle,e has
reached the el'se of the se-sioa of 189 4, tue
thirtieth since its founditg in 158, and the
sixteenth since its relocation at qewberry
The enrolment of students for the past ses
sion is as follows:
Post-graduates for the degree of A. ...... 5
Collegiate 1)epartment........................... 68
Preparatory Department................ ......... 60
Special Students.................--- 3
Total enrolment...............-- 26
1. The graduating class is comnponrd ot nine
members, all of whom have successfuuy com
pleted the prescribed Classical cour-;e and
are recommended for the degree of dav-helor
of Arts. Their names are: A. B. P. Beden
baugh. W. E. Black, J. W.Black, Jas. A. Bow
ers, TD. Jones, C. J. itamage and J. S. Whee
ler, of South Carolina, W. H. Hiller, of Geor
gla, and u. L. -.rabert, of Minnesota.
.pZGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS.
2. Mr. ur Kibler,Class of '84, Mr. A. W.
Fogle, Cls of '91. and Prof. E. B. Setzler.
Class of. '92, having suecessfutilly prosecuted
the prescribed coui ses looking to the A. M. de
gree; M Kibler in Latin anld k4eology. -Mr.
, le in Philosophy and History, and Mr.
Setzler in History and Political Science, are
recom u.ended tojou for the degree of Master
of Arts '
. The following Alumni of Ihe College, for
their proficiency in professiotfal studies qnd
literary. attainments, are recommended for
the honorary degree of Master of Arts:
W. J. Cherry. Esq.. and W. G. Houseal, M. I).,
lass of '81; Rev. P. H. E. Derrick, J. M. Kib
ler, M. D., J. bL Sease,.M. D.. and G. E. Wer
ber, M. D., Class of' '8; Prof. E. 0. Counts,
W. D. Senn, i. D.. and Mr. W. W. Berly,
Class of '89 And also'fqr his distinguished
attainments in the -literature and science of
his profession, O..B. Mayer, I D.
DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DIVINITY.
4. The faculty of the College also unite In
recommending that in consideration of his
scholarship and eminent services in the
Church, you authorize the conferment of the
degree of Doctor of Divinity upone ev. J. P.
margart, of Batesville, Ala.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE.
5. In view of the demands for scientific ed
up,tion, and also of the fact that the , ollege
isrhow prepared to ofter.satisfactory instruc
tion in the studies of Chemistr:-, Pnysics,
Mineralogy, Geology, &c., the faculty recom
mends - that you adopt the Scientific Course
herewith submitted, and that. you authorize
the conferment of the oegree et Rachelor of
Science (B. S.) upon succeessful graQuates in
h fs Mr. A. W. Fogle presents to you his resig
nation as Instractor in the Preparatory e
partment, which he requests that you accept.
Three plans for the future conduct of the
Preparatory Department have been discussed
by your faculty: - *
(1) To continue the present arrangement,
with ene Inst0actor at a salary of $ >M.
- 2TO:iDncreae the efciency and thereby
the pairoage of the Departmect by the elec
tion.:fol. a thoroughly competent and expe
-riencedWi'cipai at an increased salary.
t3) To have only one class in the Depart
ment, to- -be known as. the Sub-Freshman
class; .the teaching of said class to be per
formed by the present members of the C01
legefacu.ty, with perhaps some help from a
Theological student -at a conpensation of
$100 a session.
The arguments for each of these views can
be given you, If you desire.
THE KELLER MEMORIAL.
8. The report of your Standing Committee
wUl Inform you of te generous gift of Mrs.
F. E. Keller,. of Haigler, S. C., , and of the
agremen~t made with her as to the :use of
he conation. 1t will be proper -foi you to
express by isultable.resolution your.apprecla
tion of this gift to. he College.
A finanscial statement is here'51th submit
ted showing the condition of the fund for the
ropoed uildng,now In course of erection.
Mrs. t'. E. Keller. . ........~.-------..3000 00
tynod's Appropriation ...-----... 60 0
Ladies' Societ;y of St. John's Church, 120
German Aid Society. Savann'ah, Ga.....lO (
Personal Donations....-.... -
.cncintomchrhsn hre 284 51
Fromn Reception and, colle.ction at last 119
From other soures...
Total received...- -..----.26L 79
The building will cost $5350.00i.
is is evident from these figures that steps
must be taken to raise within tue next twelve
months f.he sunm of $2800."0. .1t is suggested
that y ou appoint a Committee of 3 our numr
ber to issue an appeal tothe Lutherans of
South Carolina and the people of Newberry
and vicinity for this nee4p balance.
It is also suggested that you endorse the ar
rangement made of ceremonies for the- lay
ing the Corner'stone of the building :on to-.
morrow afternoon at & o'clock.- .
9. ~it is recommended that you provide for
the next Collegiate year the foulowing meed
als-Oratorcal, Senior Essay, History, and
Sophomore Greek, and the Freshmian Frize
0. Inasmuch as the present salaries arc
$800 and a house, it is respectfully recom
mended that you authorize your Treasurer
to pay Prof. Powell for w hom no residence Is
provided during the coming session the sum
of $100 toward the rent of a house.
Thbe recommendations of the report
were all endorsed and suitable action
taken to.carry themf out.
Prof. A. W. Fogle's resignation was
accepted. and tbe. election of his sue-.
cessor -was referred to the standing
committee. The.salary was fired at
There was no other business before
when Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria
Whenshe was ahild, she cried for Catorla,
Whenshe became Miss, she clung to Castori#.
When shebhad Children, she gave them Castoia.
I have just received a new lot
which will .be filled to suit the
- Jeweler and Optician.
WIe hat'e just reciezed a
rery line article of German
.Willet, which we oiler at a
very low 11gure
Gire us a call before pur
c hasing elsewA1ere.
RllIitSOn & liMdBfs
Trimmed Sailor Hats at 25 cts. at
y- Davenport & Ren wick's,
New line of Ladies and Misses' Shoes
t arrive this week. . Mow'r Co.
,I will makeFly Screens, for doors and
) indows .in a workmanlike manner.
,Iam prepared to do all kinda of work
in Carpentry, Cabinet Making, &c.
I will take contracts both large and
sall and guarantee satisfaction.
tf R. S. WHALEY.
The Exercise Connected With the Kelle
Memorial at the College.
The corner stone of Keller Memoria
Hall, the new building at the college
was laid on Tuesday afternoon at sii
o'clock. There was a good attendance.
The procession was formed in front c
the college building and marched to thi
The persons taking part in the exercise
were: Revs. Dr. E. T. Horn, Dr. J. Ham
kins, Dr. H. S. Wingard, G. H. Traberl
Prof. F. V. N. Painter, Dr.- G. W. Hol
land. The ceremony was according t
the liturgy of the Lutheran Church.
The following articles were placed i
the corner-stone: List of donors to th
building, catalogues of 1893 94, files
The Collegian, a copy each of the Lu
theran Visitor, The Herald and Newi
The Observer, Voice of the People, New
and Courier, The State, Minutes of th
South Carolina and the Georgia Synodf
1893, and United Synod, 1892, copy of th
Common Service, three cent piece give]
by Otto Kolb of. Savannah, and othe
The following address was delivered bn
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: I congratulate.ti
Lutheran Church to-day on the eminent succe
that has attended our institutions of 'learnin
throughout this great country. Not the lea.
among these monuments of our devotion to th
great principles of the Reformation, is our Colleg
the beautiful and flourishing town ofNewberr
Not more beautiful for situation, perhaps. wa
Mt. Zion, the pride -d glory of the Jewish mi
tropolis, or the renowr ed Acropolis in the famot
city of Athens. than are the ge hills of Nev
berry whose apex is crowned by these magnif
cent structures, devoted to the interests of hight
education. And within these walls are taugI
the arts and sciences, and all the branches of
liberal education, with far more thoroughne!
and skill than was possible in the most famot
schools of ancient Greece and Rome.
I congratulate my Church on its good fortun
of having a faculty whose push and energy hav
enabled us, under the greatest difficulties, and th
most embarrassing circumstances, to add ho.
to house, and one facility to another, until t3
arrangements for the most thorough training(
the sons of the Church are assuming truly gran
I congratulate the facultyof this worthy seat
learning, on this auspicious occasion, as they a5
still another building to those that already ador
these classic grounds.,
To-day we lay the foundation stone of the fift
structure to be dedicated to the cause of educa
tion in our grand old State that is becomin
famous for its educational facilities.
True to the spirit and history of the Church <
the Reformation, we to-day add another proof t
the fact, claimed and proven a thousand timc
over, that our Church is, and ever has been, t
patron and protector of higher education, bot
sacred and secular. This building will take il
honor'ed place among the thousandsofourChurc
that already dot all civilized and many heathe
lands, as the stars stud the heavens; and as thos
bright luminaries of the sky are the glory of tb
heavens, so are our institutions of learning th
glory of the world.
Bit how could it be otherwise? Who that is i
all familiar with the history of the world fros
the time of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Cei
tury down to the present, could expect otherwis
than that mighty force which leads the world i
its maintenance and propagation of Protestan
ism, should also lead in the cultivation and e)
pausion of intellect, and the advancement of th
arts and sciences? Was not Martin Luther t
liberator of the human mind? Was he any less th
Reformer of the schools than he was of th
Church? To him is the Church indebted for th
blessed heritage of a pure Gospel, and to him 1
the world indebted for the full and free develol
ment of the intellect and the highest cultivatio
of all of man's noblest poers. He was 'enable
by the grace of God'and the grasp of his ow
wonderful mind, to become not only the great=
of all Reformers in the line of moral developmen
but also the prophet of the schools. *
To him it was given to know the-mysteries <
the kingdom of God, and'also what wasnecessai
on man's part to fully develop that kingdom-i
the world. Hence he imbedded in the very f6in
dation of Protestantism a two-fold principle <
education, and recognized a system .that conten
plates the very highest cultivation of all the facu
ties of man, both moral and intellectual, All th
he provided for in his educational lan, whic
began in the nursery, pssed throu the grde
schools, and ended with the university. The ou
come of all this, as seen to-day, is the happy con
bination of religious and secular education foun
in all our Church institutions, which, includa
every branch df study, and the cultivation.<
every faculty of man. Hence the spirt and geit
of Luther pervade all our institutions. The ii
print of the true Protestant idea is stamped upc
all our schools. The indelible ijnpress.of os
Christo-centric theology, which makes all 11:
center in an ever livng and an ever preses
Christ, touches humanity at every point of sotl
body and spirit, and looks for its highest co:
summation in our being one with Christ, and
knowing as we are known.
Hence one of the strong pleas we make for os
Church institutions is that we practice andd
fend the only true Protestant conception ofs
true education. The theory upon which 01
State institutions of learning are founded, to sa
the least, is unprotestant, a.nd dangerous to tl
morals of a Christian governstent. The gener
diffusion of knowledge, and the hap freedo:
and expansion of intellect enkindfby $1
spirit of the Rieformation, have been richiy
warded by the most astonishing discpyeries
the arts and sciences, and the wonderful splij
ing of humanity, The high plane of thougl
and feeling awakened by the Protestant idea
moral culture has filled the world with astonis
ing results. The laws of mind have been reco
nized as well as the laws of pature. Science b
simplified these laws, opened the doors of tl
hidden mysteries of mind and matter, of tl
heavens and earth, emptied their rich treasu;
into the lap of the race, and caused the world
rejoice. At every call of the mon.arch of Olyn
pus, the strokes of the brazen hatchet of Valec
have brought forth full pano'plied MinerVas, wl
are presiding over onr institptions of wisdom at
skifl; and these' joyful exercises ,of these co'
mencement weeks all over .the lan4, are celebra
lg the triumphs of science and art.
To lend a hand to this..gloriouzs work thei
buildings have been erected, .and to further
crease these facilities fer'acquiring knaowledi
this Keller Memorial Hall is to be dedicated.
This name, henceforth:'to become htistorical,
it stands connected with this building, makes
altogether fitting and proper, on this happy occ
sion, that Ishould refer to Mrs-Frances ,. Kelle
one of my own honored 'aisiosiers, who I
given me ample opportunit of witnessing b
generosity at home and arad. To her liberali
are we indebted not only for thefpossibility'b
for the certainty of the erection of Science Ha
-nd to show our gppreciation of her noble gift
1henceforth tolbnrher name, and stand as
memorial of hef'son, an only child, wiho in Goc
providence was called from his studies here tot
school of heaven. And who shall be able proper
to estimate the vast amount of good that she w
be able to accomplish by this most generous dee
Hr name is henceforth to be associated with
name an4 history of Newb.ery College, and es;
cially 'that 'of Scian'ce Hall. And surely t
heatfelt ' gratitude of a needy church and
high appreciation of this tangible'evidence ofd
votion to Newberry 'Collpge wjll greitly intensi
the intrinsic valug of this genefous g.'11.
'Apd noy, in' concltisioni, let mil sa& that I i
tract pothing fronl tlig pleasure of this happy
Csion when I make this gjf'of Mirs. Keller 1
basis ?or an ppgeal to ,the gpnerosity of illt
friends of Newberry College to come to tlip hi
of th~e faculty with'that material aid which fli
mnust have to enabl8 them to carry.ot their plg
for the complete equipment of this inst;tyt;'
This grand and noble work of the Churghi appes
to the highest principles of your noble nsturp, l
noblest 'entiments of your exalted humsnity=.
511 that is high, elevating, nobls, gran4 andi hr
in our sanctified nature, It apprals in the nat
of virtue, in the name of ourr common humani1
in the name of our beloved Church, and in I
name of mnorals and religion, and asks you togi
a portion of what God has given you, where t
experience of the world will show it will do t
most good. It asks you to make the-world beti
for your having lived in it. It asks you to wr
your names high on the roll of honor that th
gill live after you d' . And then, at last, wi
you are: called to yop oe reward, a it be si
ofyou, "Well done, g n ~dithhlservu
Thou hast been'faithfu over a~ higs, I a
sake thee ruler over many things; enter 'th
no the joy of thy I,ord."
Jaror. for July Term.
Judge R. C. Watts will preside at ti
next term of the Court, which begins<
Monday, July 9th, and holds one week.
The jurors were drawn this morning
Z F Wright. H Calvin Suber.
W D Bundrick. Thos W Gallman,
Thos W Holloway. L C Johnson.
Jas F Glenn. JTas H Sease.
JsN Martin. Jno D Crooks.
Sam P YcCrackin. J W Tribble.
J Willie Long. Thos B Morris.
Jno A Summer. Juno Calvin Wilson.
Thos L Wicker. Jeff M Taylor.
Wm A Hentz. G Clinton Fellers.
A JT Bedenbaugh. Jno W Eeeder.
Jno L Hunter. J Pet Dawkins.
E Belton Luther. Wr.A Kinard.
Joo W Atkinson, Andrew Mi Counts.
Charley Zobel. Jno E Scurry.
Eugene L Leavell. W F Sommer.
C H Cannon, Bobt T Reagin.
C L Havird. L C Boland.
We authorize our advertised druggist to I
Dr. King's 1sew Aiscovery for Consumpti<
Goughs and Colds, upon this condition: IJr
are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lu:
Throist or Ch4dst trouble' and Will uise 't
reinedy as dlirected:'giving it a fair trial,a
experence no benefit, you may return 1
bottle' and have youfr monpf :refund0d.
coid not make this o&'r did we not kn
that Dr. King's New piscove could be rel
on. It never disappoints ~ral bottles f:
at Robertson & Gilder's Drug IStore. Lal
six 50 cents and $1.00.
Rabertsoll' PeIiDrmIint C0'4t1!
A pleasant and certain cure I
Dysentery, Diarrhoea and oth
diseases of the Stomach and B3o
Manufactuired and for sale
Ro1htso & GWis
The Confederate Veterans Rounion.
The committee to make arrange
r ments for the reunion of Confederate
Veterans to be held in July met in Col.
Schumpert's office last Saturday and
organized by electing Col. L. P. Miller
1 chairman, and E. H. Aull secretary.
Col. Scbumpert stated the object of
the meeting to be to discuss the place
of holding the reunion and to make all
necessary arrangements for the same.
Upon motion of W. W. Riser a com
mittee of five was appointed to make
selection of the site at which the
barbecue"is to be held. The chair ap
pointed on this sub-committee the
members of:the committee from No.
1 township as follows: W. W. Riser,
0. L. Schumpert, Thomas M. Neel,
J. Cal f-,eel..
1 Col. Schumpert moved.that veterans
and families of veterans (this to in
clude wives, sons, and daughters of
5 veterans)be invited toattend. Adopted.
s Mr. W. W. Riser moved that the
e committee be instructed to meet on
, July 14, to ascertain what has been
e done and what money, etc., has been
a secured; and that the members who
r cannot attend be requested to send
reports of what they have done to
Y Col. 0. L. Ebumpert. Adopted.
Col. Schunipertmoved that contri
e butions 6>e delivered as advised by the
S committee, said instructions to be pub
t lished in the county papers.
A subscription list was placed in the
e ands of the several members of the
L committee to secure contributions for
the making of the barbecue.
* Mr. W. H. Long moved that baskets
. be also accepted. Adopted.
r The arrangement of the programme
t was left to the members of the com
mittee from township No. 1.
is The secretary was instructed to furn
sh the proceedings of the committee
to the county papers for publication.
e The committee then adjourned to
meet July 14. L. P. MILLER,
d E. H. AuLL, Secretary.
1 FROZEN DAINTIES.
h Pineappl e Gem
g- only at Pelham's Fount.
}f Rach Pearl
only at Pelham's Fount.
, Apricot Cream
only at Pelham's Fount.
h Also Strawberry Chocolate and Va.
e nilla Creams.
* Coca Cola.
Fruit Glaces and Soda
e lightful waters drawn at Pelham's
*e We have the best $1 Oxford and $1.25
* Button Shoe ever sold in Newberry.
e ly Davenport & Renwick,
s Oxford Ties, all styles and prices, at
n 1y. Mower Co.
) Commencement Visltors.
t, The -clerical visitors to commenceMAn t are
o Revs Dr. H S Winiard of Georgia, Dr Horn of
yCharleston. S T Hallman of Augusta, M M
n Kinard of ColumbiK J A Slich of Slighs, S C
I Ballentine of Lexington, T O Keister or Pros
Derityl" onroe J Epting -of St Luke's. Z W
. edenaugh of Prosperity, 0 B Shearouse of
1. Edgeleld. J H Wyse of Pomaria. S L Nease
iS of Little Mountain, BE Livingston.
h Mr and Mrs G F Long. Sr Misses Lizzie
,d eag ary Reagin. Maggie ong and Nora
t.-Long of the couty, Mr an4 Mrp W 8 Spear
. man. W W Spermap, 0 0 Long, Pr A 1
d Longahore and Miss Besle, Blair of SilveO
a Street, Messrs G F Lo-ng, Jr. and Bobt A
,f Marsh of Edgedeld at Mr J CGoggans'.
:s Mrs W J 4Germany and Miss .innie Ger,
2. many of Columbia, at Mr 88 Langford's.
e Mr Jacob Burhardt of Basrnwell,' at 'Mrs.
re Misses Yeenla and Fannie Nrvmon of the
it county, at Judge Y .J Pope's,
' Misses Floride Proctor and Lila Cromier of
SNinety-Six, Quenle Swygert of Fairied, Lilla
a Epting of the county. at Mr Thomas V Wick
ir Misses Carrie Lee of Walhalla. Josie Bouk
e. night of Columbia, Julia Long.of Mt Willing,
nr at he rotel Cofeld of Goehen Hill, Mamie
~and Julia Fok of the county, t Mr Eobt C
.Mis Jennie Bawkins of Haigler, Essle
, aMse Besi and Minnie Le Bwers of
e. roprt, Crozier Welch of the county, at
es is, Man4e and Viola Buzhardt of
at the county, at Mr JH Wicker's.
of Miss Eva AUll ofPson,' a r a' Klettner's.
g of bbeville .. r oaia a1ds
as Miss Kattic Selayer o - nrns, with Miss
eMissphella gall of Anderson, Gussle
es Barre of Lexington at Mr D WT Kibler's.
to Mrs Leaphart and Miss Nora. Matet of Lea
4.- Ington, at Mr J C Wilson's.
mn Misses ~atie Jones an4 LauraIrlyf La4
io rens, at Mrs. Dr, Glenn's.
id Misses Pearlie and Ida paysinger of the
n. county, at Mr Arther~ gibler's.
.~ B ev and Mrs M4 M Kinard of Colnimbia, Miss
Nannte Henderson of Goidville, at Mr Jas M
n, Rev and Mrs W WDanielOf Flornce..tMW
'Dr and Mrs~ C S Vedder of Charleston, at D)r
it Miss Corrie Whitesides of Union, at Mr Geo
a- MeWhirter's. .,
r Miss Julia Hents of Pomlarla, at Dr Woris
r rs G A SyeMisses Mage Wilson, Leila
ty Stuck, MageSwygert of Pek at Mr. Brooks
11: Miss -Salle Langford of Prosperity, at Mr
aMisEsteile Carr of Sumter, at Rev A J
be. Miss Ida Lee Hunter of Bradley's, at Mr B M
ji Messs J Oscar Duckett, 0 D Duckett, Miss
d! Hattie Duckett qf-Greenwood, Mrs E Y H
be Bell. Miss Elliot Duncan of the county, with
eMr BO Duncan.
he *Misses alula and Maud Chapi;an of op
its landb, Fia'at Mr A i g'eton'g.
Ie- Mil-ses barie inar of 19iet :; L4
fy iaidkofthe innyat eyW Wat,
- ls~anche B1shop of .QrossAporn 4t
' .o WM~e~s Ete ogeadEmma Crough
lne ,. ss bpparg of Greenwoo4, at Mrs Lul
py Misses .es Sumer anLouise(Qhap
lnia,sat Mr T T~aet
. lse ne andBesIrlam ofNPma
his i' at MrWW Fnlmer's, In flens.
be~Is $ais er of Jes emStreet, with
:to Mis 8teSwinde, in sena.
gyMisses Ligate Blckwell of Greenville. sae
n~e ountree of Lau'ens, Hal Hawkins of Beth
ty, Eden, at Mr W Yancey Miller's.
he __ _ __ _ '__ _ _
he All the latest styles in Ladies' Hats,
he 1y . at Mower Co.
Lidare especially invited
lto call and refreslh theniselves at
my Fountain~ whlile doWn ~ treet
these warm anid sultry days, Our
Sparkling Soda, Fruit .Ron Bons
eand Water Ices are especially
recomnmenided. Try oumr Ice Cream
Ice Cream served in my.saloon
in rear of store.
S. B. JONES.
Bucklen's Arntea Salve.
The Best salve in the world for Cuts, Sore
Bruie, Ulers Salt Rheumi, Fever Sores, Te
ter, Chpe ads, Chilblains, Corns and
all Skin rptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
v e perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
ce 28 cents pe bet. For sale by Robert.
son & Gilder.
The Spelling Bee.
el The Herald and News man got turrned
,n, down ninth-fourteen on a side oplcen
'on each by Dr. HpUll ~ a[i g)r. PeWa
a d hasn' sp ogv afi report.
,nd ers was s~eng on both sides,
thie yd D)r. H and Prof. Powell held
*e ouitloziger thn all, ad being on oppor
jed site side, the contest was dlecae a
ree "draw. The spellng of thle btaiess
rge men was ve-y PQ$pworthy.
I# was splendid enjofrment. We call
for a similar c*ntest.
Ths receipts for the Bluffton saferere
or - -e
As Cw'e for Headache,
Asaremedy for all forums of Headache Elec,
W trio Bitters.has proved to be the very besi.
It eVlects a permanent cuie anid the most
dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to is
j. in4uence. We urgo all who are adlicted to
av rocu.re a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
tal. In cases of habitual constIpation Elec
trio B41tters cures by giving the needed tone
to the bowels, and few cases logresist the
use ofthis, medicine, Try it once. agebot
t suyFifty cents at Robertson & Gleer',
Mrs. Georgiana Havird, wife of Mr.
L. Y. Havird, died in Newberry, on
Saturday, 16th instant, aged 42 years.
A telegram was received in the city
yesterday announcing the death at
Stratford, Conn , of Mrs. M. A. Hurd,
widow of S. .Hurd, of that city, and
mother of Mrs. E. E. Jackson. of Col
umbia. Mrs. Hurd died on Monday
night. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were'at
the bedside of Mrs. Hurd, having been
summoned to Stratford several 'days
ago.. Mrs. Hurd was a lady of inany
noble qualities and bad many warm
friends in Columbia. She lived in
Newberry before the war.-Columbia
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. T.
L. Sebumpert, of Prosperity, died on
Saturday, aged 1 year and one month.
Rev. John Stout died in Dallas,
Texas, on June 17th, where he had at
tended the Southern Baptist Conven
tion, and afterward contracted a fatal
illness. Mr. Stout was pastor of the
New berryBaptist Church about twenty
years age, and he forgied some lasting
friendships among our people which
went with him through life,.and now.
shed the parting tear upon his tomb.
In his death the Baptist Church-has
lost one of its most prominent mfiis
ters, and one who was universally-be
loved. He was- a man of great piety
and kind-ness of heart.
The pleasant effiect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use the Califor
nia liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs,
under all conditions, makes it their
favorite remedy. To get the true and
genuine article, look for the name of the
California Fig Syrup Co., printed near.
the bottom of the package.
A full line of Stribley & Co.'s new
syle dress Oxfords at Davenport, &
S'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NEWBERRY COUNTY. - .
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge,
EREAS, Jane Montgomer.
hath made suit to.me togant
her Letters of Administration -ofthe
Estate, and effects of John W. Mont
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all. and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said John W.
Montgomery, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Newberry Court
House, on the 29th day of June,
next, after publication hereof, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, why the said-Ad
ministration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand this 14th day
of June, Anno Domini 1894.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
THE COUNTY NORMALI.
ScIoo1 Co'as OFFICE,
NEWBERRY. S. C.. June 11th,.'94.
T HE NEWBERRY COUNTY
Normal will open June.- 25th,
inst. We expect a full attendance of
our te-ebers. A teacher who expects
to kf-ep up with the profession must
take every opoortunity offered. No
place affords better opportunities for
interchange of experiences and the im
bibing of enthusiasm than does the
County'Normals. Come out, one and
THQS. W. KEITT,
S. C. N. .
FOR SUMMER WEAR!!
.We wish to call your attention to our
line of Summer Fabrics. In every class
of light weight and attractive style of
Dress Goods, we have a very com plete
Figtired Lawn, fast ......... 5
Figured Colored Swi 4.....
Fancy French Lawn..,......... 0
Crepe Moire, new weave..m,..
White Pot ted Swiss.,,,,...... ..,..... 30
plackr L4awns, new patterns...,,10 to 12I
Imported Fancy Dimities.,.,,...... 25
Light Colored Crepe, very styl
ish.......................12) to 15
Merrimac Light Prints,...........5
Simpson's Light Prints..........- 6*
White Goods-Plain Checks, Bro
ken Plaids, Stripes and Fancies
in every style and description
and quality.. ................6 to 25
Call and See Thse Things.
Thavyoushoul &opr our Goodsk
andPrce wththseofan ohe
Tatr yoand enpacie outhr Gou
can do any better elsewhere. *We are
willing because we know that we have
the clin'ch on every other buyer. We
sell for less because we buy for less.
WE WANT YOU
to buy where you can do best, and if
we can't do better than any other firm,
we are willing to see you go away. But
we can and will do better, because we
offer better goods at lower prices.
WE'LL MAKE YOU HAPPY
with bargains that are at the top notch
of cheapness and value. Others- may
lim to do as well by you, but we dc
all we claim and perform every promise
we make. Come and see how muck
better you can do with
TH E FAIR AND SQUARE DEALER
-BEOr-e - Ar- ' l
te Braip, causing Miy Ins
aurp.tVigIo* doubes.the. joyS orf e c
Luorrbhsa and Femuale weakness. A month a treal
erbox,Gbh esl theveryordrwe g~
WtesteCurate toncre orrfudthe zo
W. E. DEL A .ewer.R
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adaptn the world's best products to
the ne of ysical beg, will attest
the value to eath of the pure liquid
la*tive 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,
d,c'lling colds, headaches and fevers
an Permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and.Bowels without weak
emng them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gistsin 50c and $1 bottls, but itis man
ufaetured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is -pnted on every
packaealso the name, Syrup'of Figs,
ind being well infomed, you will nov
accept any substitute if offered.
The World is
And be Iwho waits forsorsething to
turn 6piwill be left bebind4nihemarch
You will find in buying goods at the
the advantagesover 'the Old Timer,
who goes ilong payi* 75 to 100- per
cent. on all the goods he wants, when
by buying from as-you can save
40 to 50 per cetr.
The Whre to BOy
in order to
is the secret of success.
R~ock-hottom i Buying and Selling
Is the - -
Buy for Cash and selH for Cash is the
motto that saves a good paying custo
mer from paying other men's debts.
N TICE~ IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I will apply for final dis
charge as Administrator of the estate
of Mrs. Louisa A. Folk, decease-d, on
the 5th day of July, 1894. All persons
holding claims against said estate are
hereby required tos present their de
manda dtly attested on or before said
dt. JNO. M~. KINARD,
L. A. Folk, deceased.
YOU CAN C
ANDA F.YOUJ GRINC IT
BiG BARGAiNS AT
GALL. AND SEI
j SMITH &
ManStreet,' } -pu "
- wewber . a
A 11aftome Craym oait
For a time we are going to advertise
our business by giving to every par
caser of $20 worth of
A 111 lrgo Iifo-saZ
There is not a family hut has some
picture which they would like to have
reproduced in a life-like and durable
CilllliSee SIIS ?
and begin your purchases, and when
you have bought
we sball be pleased to make you the
PORTRAIT from any small piture
you may desire, and guarantee a correct
likeness of the picture you bring us.
WE DQ THIS
ar n butI
Fam. ore umet
to, bang on your wall, we have pur
chased a large lot of ft ames suitabl, for
these Portraits, for which we charge
the very'low prices of $.00 to $&75 per
AIOI&TI STEA USRH
EC' e~ies*** t8 wasor ho'uhl
practia y q.kly,ainascientAil man
ner. Thirty minutes does the work. 1o10s
sayig greatly in the wear an tear
*Yhe"aore yuuse I the better you like it
For sale.i uewberry,8. C., by
De B. WHEELER,
ERTAINL.Y RAISE THEK
bave the T'237 E.
bave the Gr""
W HYDON'T YOU
~mith & Wearn'sa