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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
Messts. J. N. Martin, S. P. Boozej
and John C. Goggaps have been ap
ted by the Town Council to makE
annual assessment of real estate iu
Oxford and Opera Slippers are being
d regardless of cost. Also all Cloth
Wootet & McWbirter. tf
At Wyse~'s Ferry.
on't forget Mill's barbecue at
se2s Ferry on August Ist. It will
given for Edgetield and Newberry,
the candidates are all invited. The
er will be superb. 1t.
Card of Thanks*
As chairman of the committee of ar
angementerj desire through the corm
ittee and, on behalf of the James D.
ance Camp, U. C.V., to tender thanks
for the valuable serv:ces rendered by
toe cooks in their excellent preparatioI
of( our barbecue on the 21st instant.
W. W. RISEt.
Dan Henderson received a letter the
other day from his mother who lives in
the Republic of Liberia, on the west
coast of Africa. She says they raise
coffee and sell it for 16 and 17 cents a
pound, and ginger for 61 cents. Among
other presents she sent Dan two $5 gold
pieces of African money.
Some of the ladies of Newberry,
town and county, desiring to attend
the barbecue at Newberry on Friday,
27th, and desiring also the presence of
the ladies generaily, take this method
to request them to attend. it.
Good milk cows'for sale by
2t. A LAN JoB NSTONE & CO.
The examination for the Winthrop
scholarships was held on Tuesday, tbe
The first scholarship was awarded to
Miss Emily Scott, o,. Newberry, and
the second to Miss Uertrude Simpson,
We congratulate these young can
didates on 'their success. The first
scholarship, iu addition to the distinc
tion, carries with it $150 and free
tuition. The second, free tuition.
French Lawns, worth 25c to 35c,
going at 121c.
tf Wooten & MeWhirter.
Owing to the hard times it seems I
ea t sell my place and goods in a bulk,
so~ have bought a new stock of goods,
and will sell at the lowest hard time
prices for cash. Try me.
ef J. S. RUssELL.
We make a first class grade of Gra
bam flour, and you can get it from us
at 2 cents a pound delivered. Send us
your orders. AULL & BARRE. tf
Fo Engraving, Watch, Clock and
Jewelry iepairing.go to
Central Drug Store.
All work guaranteed and prices mod
erate. E______ 1
Frotrancted Meetings or the Newberry
Meetings will be conducted in the
Newberry Circuit by the pastor, Rev.
Wr.~. L. Wait, as follows:
Dominick's School-house, July 29-to
.Ebenezer, August 3 to 7.
Trinity, August 10 to 17.
Lebanon, August 18 to 2.5.
Meeting of James D. Nance Camp.
There will be a meeting of the
"James D. Nance" Camp No. 336 U. C.
V., on Monday, 6th day of August,
(Saleday). A full attenaanee desired.
By order of the commander,
C. F. BOYD, Adjutant.
William M. Bobb will give a first
class barbecue at hiis residen.' on Fri
-day, August 3d. The public andi the
candidates are all invited to be present.
A good dinner guaranteed at reason
able prices. 4t
At Salter's Photograph Studio,
Free-Hand fine Stippled Crayon Por
traits made, or you can get your pic
tures enlarged and artistically finished
in Crayon, Sepis, India Ink, or'Colors.
In obedience to Article 4 of the con
stitution of the Democratic party of
South Carolina, a county convention is
hereby called to meet at Newberry on
Monday, August 6th, 1894, at 11 o'clock
a. in., for -the purpose of reogamizing
teparty and for any other business in
the interest of the party.
COLE. L. BLEAsE,
w- ,..Carman Executive Committee.
Rev. W. WV. McMorries will preach
at Excelsior Academy next Sabbath.
Tuion service will be held at the
I~ean~ church next Sunday night.
Rev. Dr. Grier preached two fine
sermons at the A. R. P. church here
last Sabbath-morning and night.
No service in the Lutheran church
next Sunday morning, as Dr. Fox will
be in attendance at the New berry Con
Dr. Fox will fill his pulpit on Sun
day, the 5th of August, after which he
will take his vacation and spend awhile
in North Carolina, Tennessee and Vir
When Baby was.sick, we gave her Castoria.
when she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
when she became Mis, she clung to Castoria.
when she had Children,she gave them Castoria.
If you want China or Japan Mat
tings, call at our store and see our large
stock; the patterns are beautiful, qual
ity good. We have also a nice lot o1
Children's carriages. Do not miss the
chance to see them. Prices reasonable.
tf LEAVELL & SPEEBS.
Newberry steam MilL.
We are now ready for the season of
3894. iCverything is in first class condi
tion to give you all the flour in your
wheat and at the same time a good
grade of flour. We will be pleased to
see our friends and patrons, and guaran
tee prompt and courteous attention.
Yours to please,
tf. AULL & BABRE.
At Salter's Photograph Callery.
Artist's fine Tube Oil Paints, Silk
Arrasene Embroidery and Etching
-Silk, for sale.
A Negro Shot at Jalapa.
Mr. Ira Clamp, who attends to Dr.
R. P. Clark's business on the farm,
heard a noise in the lot Sunday night
-and went out to investigate. He found
a negro, Jack Adams, in the lot. Mr.
Clamp hailed the negro, who, being
deaf, could not of course hear hinm,
which fact was unknown to Mr. Clamp,
and, as the negro kept advancing, he
wats shot in the left thigh. Dr. Thos.
W. Smnith attended the wounded man
and probed for the ball, but could not
find it; he thinks it struck the bone and
ranged downwards The wound is not
T.AMOIUS AND ALL ABOur.
The country is climbing over th4
An usarainy day is a rarity in thi,
town just now.
Rev. Dr. G. W. Holland preached al
Whitmire last Sunday.
Where is the society for the preven
tion, etc.? We need it.
The colored excursion on the 26th
promises to be a success.
Mr. W. A. Hill announces his can
didacy for County Supervisor.
"Time is tied to wait for no man" is
the way one darky used to put it.
Mr. J. C. Perry is announced as a
candidate for County Supervisor.
We bear of other candidates that
may probably appear on the course.
Attention is invited to the advertise
ment of the South Carolina College.
Rev. W. L. Wait has changed his
Ebenezer and Trinity appoiutmeuts.'a
What a pity we have no society for
the prevention of cruelty to animals?
Mr. J. D. Smith announces himself
as a candidate for County Supervisor.
A field of corn in town a foot high
on July 4th is now in tassel and six feet
A sunflower with one hundred blos
soms fiourishes in a garden, in "Brook
Rev. J. H. Wyse has offered his res
ignation as pastor of the Bethlehem
They are I 'ekiug cotton in Texas, and
the probabi17 es are that the crop will
be larger tha i ever.
The State campaign appointment
for Newberry is booked for Friday
and a quiet meeting is looked for.
The personal property, including
watches, jewelry, &c., of the late John
W. Montgomery, is offered at private
Irby Shockley has lots of company
now. He was the first man out. Now
there are nine candidates buckin' agin'
Sometimes it is better, when a man
is not well enough to receive company,
to send up your sympathies and en
quiries on a waiter.
One of our most popular salesmen,
whose wi.e and all the children are
away from home, redeived five invita
tions to dine one day.
Mr. Thos. W. Keitt is a eandidate for
State Superintendent of Education.
He joined the campaign party at
Remember that the regular county
campaign opens at Jalapa on the 8th
of August. The meeting for Township
1 will be held August 14.
A colored citizen was asked theother
day if he thought it would rain. He
replied that from the organization of
the clouds he thought it mout.
Mr. John W. McCullough, who was
for some time a section-master on the
old R. & D. R. R., in this locality,
has a section now at Piedmont.
The Democratic clubs and the pro
bibition mass meetings will all assem
ble on the same day (the 28th) in the
various townships of the county.
The four most prominent men in our
State are Bishop Ellison Capers, Dr.
James H. Carlisle, Rev. Dr. W. M.
Grier and Rev. Dr. Geo. W. Holland.
Between the extension of the Cotton
Mill and the activity at Davis' shop,
with avenues of lumber all around,
that part of town looks like a buzzing
Rev. J. H. Simpson, of Hickory
Grove, York County, has closed a very
guccessful sinogirng scbool which he con
ducted for two weeks at the A. R. P.
Church in Newberry.
The Jalapa nine and the Caldwell
nine will play a mtat-ch game of base
ball on the Caldwell diamond on Satur
day next. There will also be a picnic on
the grounds at that time.
The announcement for the next ses
sion of New berry College is published
this week. There is no better institu
tion any where where parents can send
their sons for intellectual and moral
Capt. Clint. Bishop takes the prize
for peppers. He had five on exhibi
tion Monday, each ~from four to six
inches in length an;l nine inches in
The reader's attention is particularly
called to Mr. Klettner's advertisement.
It is in the shape of a monument, and
is creditable to the head of its author.
Mr. Klettner is a genius as well as
Examinations for the two vacant
beneficiary ..bolarships of Newberry
County in t ' Citadel Academy will be
held in New erry on Septemb~er 14th.
Further information is given in our
Col. E. S. Keitt left Monday for
Glenn Springs for a few days. He has
invitations to speak at several places
in the Str.te. He says he will accept
many of them, although he is not a
candidate for any office.
Messrs. Jas. F. Todd, H. G. Hoof,
C. E. Summer and Jno. H. Wicker will
run a special passenger train with
elegant equipment from Laurens to
Asheville on August 6th, with round
trip from all points at 82 25.
There is probably about as much
truth in the rumor that Tillman' will
tie interrupted in his speech here next
Friday as that Jack Bladon will lead
a crowd from Edgefield to howl down
Butler. Let's all keep quiet.
The County Commissioners adver
tise that there will be let to the lowest
bidder the building of a bridge at G. L.
Sease's, on tbe 26th instant. Also that
they will let out the upper Duncan's
Creek bridge for repairs on the 6th of
August. See ads.
Mr. WV. F. Wright always raises some
of the finest watermelons ever grown
in New berry County. He is hard to
down; but he is surrounded by migthy
good farmers-the Barres, Reagins,
Longs, Welches and Wilburs are no
sardines when it comes to farming.
Dick BRoberts, a colored Democrat
since 1S76, will give a barbecue on
Saturday, August 4, at the Rice splace,
nearly opposite Dr. Renwick's. The
dinner will be served in first classstyle,
and he solicits the patronage of his
white friends, and which be should re
ceive at this time.
Send us the news from all over the
country--any and every body. It doesn't
make much difference how you write
we'll fix it right. Very few men know
how to write for a newspaper. Some
men,-who possess hard sense, misspell,
never punctuate, and butcher gram
mar, but it appears all in order in print
when we doctor it.
Evangelist Kinard has had a dis
couraging time with his tent meetings.
He was sick for some time and the
rains have interfered much since his
return. Mr. Kinard is very earnest;
and impresses his zeal and piety ur,on
all. He is sincere and throws his whole
heart into his calling. The meetings
have been-discontinued. The tent will
be removed as soon as the weather
Mr. J. C. Perry has a very fine piece
of corn on his place near Bush river.
It is about thirty acres on land that
had been thrown out. The corn is
planted close both ways and in scme
places is almost black and the stalks
ave from two to five "shoots" upon
them. Several persons have told Mr.
Perry that they believe two or three
acres will produce from 75 to 100 bush
els to the acre.
Bucklen's Armes Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
Bruises, UlcersSalt Rheum, Fever Sores, Te:
ter, Chappet: Hands, Chilblains, Corns ana
all Skin Ei ntions. and positively cures
Files or no p v required. It is guaranteed to
ve perfect isfactioni. or moniey refunded
Pce 25 certs pe boy. For sale by Re'oert
aoa ~ %~lI~er. -... - -
Highest of all in Leavening Pow4
THE ALLIANCE CATECHIS .
Some Answers ts the Questions Submitted
to the Candidates.
Chairm-n R. T. C. Hunter of the
County Alliance Committee sent out
the following questions to all candidates
for office in the county:
"First. Will you discuss the Alliance de
mands in the coming campaign. particularly
those relating t, the finances of the country,
and defend them against the eneinies of our
rsecond. Will yon pledge loyalty to the de
mands of the National Parmers' Alliance and
Industrial Uniou above loyalty to party cau
cus, and vote against any and all candIdates
who decline to commit themselves to this ex
Replies have been received by Mr.
Hunter from two candidates for the
Legislature and several candidates for
John T. Duncan takes up a column
and a half in his reply, and The Herald
and News has not space to publish it.
He answers the first question in the
affirmative; to the secod-"I would
not be bound by party caucus against
the demands"; and as to voting "against
any and all candidates who decline to
commit themselves," be answers "N o,"
but would as a rule vote for all candi
dates who are loyal to Alliance de
Cole. L. Blease-"As I have always
been in full sympathy with the Farm
ers' Alliance and- its demands, I can
consislently and do answer each of
your questions, Yes."
Irby D. Shockley-"Yes."
D. H. Wertz-"I have always dis
cussed the Alliance demands at any
and all times called on."
J. N. Feagle-"The Alliance will
always find me standing with them."
He makes also the point that the office
he seeks has nothing to do with mak
ing the laws, and he will leave the ques
tions to be discussed by those who do
F. E. Maybin-"Will, defend the
Alliance anywhere and at any time";
agrees with and pledges himself as to
the second question, and "can say with
Col. Talbert, I am on the Alliance plat
form with all four feet."
Ah educational reunion under the
auspices of Newberry College will be
held at Little Mountain on Saturday,
August 18th. The speakers will be
it is.eexPected that a special coach on
the C. . & L. R. R., with the usual
excursion rate, will be run from New
berry to Little Mountain.
Whether on pleasure bent, or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and
effectually on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
and other forms of sickness. For sale
in 50c and $1 bottles by all leadin.g
druggists. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only.
-We have just received a fresh
lot of Harris and Glenn Springs
Mineral Water, which we offer
our friends by case or bottle.
Always keep a supply on ice for,
our retail customers.
ROBERTsoN & GILDER.
Full line of Bleaching from 5c. to 12le.
ly at Mower Co.
"Johnny, 6e, Your Gnu.'
Pistols and Cartridges for sale now by
tf J. W. W HITE.
Table Damask and Doileys, all prices,
1y , at Mower Co.
At The Herald and News OBe.
Call -at The Herald and News offe
in front Newberry Hotel if you want
lead pencils, pencil tablets, paper, ink,
and envelopes. We keep a small stock
always on hand and sell it cheap.
Also legal cap paper at a bargain. We
also have the best cigar in town. Give
us a trial and you will come again. tf
SOW TURN/P SEEDS!
We have received at Pelham's Drug
Store a large quantity of fresh Turnip
Seeds from D. L.andreths & Sons.
These Seeds are pure!
These Seeds are Fresh!
These Seeds are Reliable!
All the varieties suitable for our cli
Ruta Baga, Purple Top,
Amber Globe, Yellow A berdeen,
White Globe, etc.,
at PELHAM's Drug Store.
The Democratic clubs have generally
announced their intention of meeting
at their various places next Saturday,
the 28th instant.
The Reform clubs are called to meet
on the 11th of August, to elect dele
gates to the county convention on the
13th of August, for the election of dele
gates to the State convention on the
16th of August.
The regular Democratic county con
vention will meet on the 6th of August.
Meetings of Prohibitionists will be
held in the diff'erent townships on next
Saturday, the 28th, to elect ten dele
gates each to a county conventioa
whib is to be held on the following
Monday, the 30th instant, for the pur
pose of suggesting three candidates for
Where They Are At.
This is no campaign inquiry, unless
it be the campaign of low prices. That's
what we refer to-prices. They are at
and-without stopping--below cost at
the well-known and leading house of
0. M. Jamieson, who is now closing
out many nice goods in spring and
summer clothing to make room for his
fall stock. It will be short work, for
the goods will go quickly when Jamie
son says "at and below cost." Every
body knows that the phrase, though
often seen, means something when he
}ev. 0. S. Stringfield, of Wakefield
N. C., says: "Five boxes of Japanese
Pi Cur ecud me ater 12 years' suf
fering." W. E. Pelhamn.
Trimwed Sailor Hats at 2.5 ets. at
y Davenport & Renwick's.
New line of Ladies and Misses' Shoes
to arrive this week. Mower Ce.
RoIertsalls PFcermilt lordial!
A pleasant and certain cure for
Dysetery, Diarrhoea and other
diseases of the Stomach and Bow
Manufactured and for sal at
r.-Latest u. S. GoVt Report.
With Strange Device.
A terrapin with same mystsrious let
ters on his back was found near Aull's
mill last week. The letters were in
capitals, and one each of T, E, G and
F, and three big C's were clearly de
fined, the yellowish portion of the
terrapin's back forming tbe letters,
with the darker portioi- as the back
grodnd. The terrapin was the ordinary
spring branch variety. After a satis
factory look had been taken of the ani
mal by several persons, it was allowed
to go its way. This is no humbug, but
a real fact, and an effort will be made
to overtake the animal with its curious
It is suggested to us that the letters
have some mysterious reference to
the Tillman-Gary-Evans office seeking.
This view takes in all the letters ex
cept the F, and the three big C's, which
no doubt refer to Carolina's Cataclysmal
Combination, which is now going the
rounds, with an exhibition here on
It's a pity that the terrapin with this
portentious message was alloved to
escape so soon, and we hope he will be
caught and the scientist of the stump,
Col. Cal. Caughman, take a hand in
interpreting the enigmatical writing
on the shell.
Mr. H. C. Moses, of Sumter, is on a
visit to Newberry.
Mr. E. Cabaniss left Saturday on a
visit to Athens, Ga.
Miss Mary Emma Carlisle is visiting
friends in Lancaster.
Dr. W. G. Houseal returned on Sat
urday from Virginia.
Miss Daisy Waller has returned to
her home at Greenwood.
Miss Belyea has gone to Pennsylva
nia on a visit to her sister.
Miss Adele Dunbar is on a visit to
her grandmother at Union.
Mrs. Margaret Motte is visiting Mrs.
Eloise M. Brown in Greenville.
Miss Mollie Farmer, of Allendale, is
visiting at Mr. Silas Johnstone's.
Miss Kittle Rice, of Union, is visit
ing her uncle M. A. Carlisle, Esq.
Mrs. W. A. Kinard is on a visit to her
sister Mrs. Bryant, in Orangeburg.
Mr. W. S. Scott has gone to Spar
tanburg and Glenn Springs for a few
Mr. Joseph J. Moorman, of Colum
bia, is on a visit to his uncle Mr.
Mr. R. L. Murrell, of Sumter, was on
a visit last Saturday to his father-in
law Mr. J. S. Russell.
Mr. John Campbell, of Greenwood,
was on a visit last week to his sister
Mrs. Robert Moorman.
Mr. A. C. Jones came home Satur
day a little indisposed. A. C. J. is a
"drummer" that can't be "beat."
Mrs. J. D. Davenport, Mrs. R. D.
Smith, Mrs. J. L. Bowles, Miss Tilla
Boozer and Miss Lalla Martin are at
Harris Lithia Spring.
Mr. R. L. McCaughri[n, Mrs. W. H.
Hunt, Jr., Misses Fannie, Lucy and
Nannie McCaughrinl, and Mr. Jas. N.
McCaugrin are at Glenn Springs.
Rev. E. P. McClintock is at Head
Spring, Laurens County. assisting Dr.
Lathan, and will return in time to oc
cupy his own pulpit next Sabbath.
Is the daintiest of frozen dain
ties, served only at Jones' Fount.
and all kinds of Water Ices and
Summer Drinks are served to
please the most fastidious at
S. B. JONs'.
Due West Female College.
-The announcement of the next ses
sion of Due West Female College can
be seen in our advertising column.
This institution has a splendid his
tory, and is keeping up to the new
methods employed in education. It
stands next to tne hearts of Newberry
people for many of her daughters have
there been received and "polished after
the similitude of a palace." The advan
tages at Due Vvest College are superb,
and in selecting an institution in which
to educate their daughters, parents
should well consider its methods and
its rec:ds as a first class college.
If you want to make
a good crop
for sale at
Rafetsofl & flIer's
Col. Keitt's Candidacy.
". E. B.," writing to the Columbia
Register from Blaiir's, Fairfield county,
under date of July 19, says that Hon.
Elison S. Keitt delivered an address
in that county on the 12th instant; that
a large crowd was out to bear tbe dis
tinguished orator; that be discussed the
financial issues and seemed to be well
informed on his subje,t; that he also
spoke on the demands of the Alliance
and the income tax, and that the crowd
was with him in all he said.
". E. B." also writes that Col. Keitt
said he was not a candidate for the
United States Senatorship, but that if
the people wanted him he would serve
A Million Frends
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not
essthan one million people have found just
such a friend in Dr. King's Niew Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. If you
have never used this Great Cough Medicine,
one trial will convince you that it has won
derful curative powers in all diseases of
Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle Is
guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or money
will be rennded. Trial bottles free at Robert
aon& Gilder's Drug store. Large bottles 5c
,hsve the'best $1 Oxford and $1.2
ButnShoe ever sold4n Newberry.
1' D avenport & Renwick.
- How the Proclamation Took.
The Governor's proclamation decla
ing the reopening of the dispensari,
was received in full by wire by tl
Herald and News on Monday afternoc
and issued promptly as an -extra."
was read with eagerness in Newberr
but created no excitement. As it w
expected, it made no sensation, bi
was commented upon calmly. O
dispatches from Columbia Monds
stated that South Carolina was a
astir; that the announcement created
great sensation all over the State, an
that it was generally thought tt
matter would cause serious trouble.
we circulated around pretty freely
Newberry the d-y the proclamatic
was read here, we bad a chance
remark the quiet demeanor of 01
citizens generally on the situation.
the proclamation was received in oth
towns with as much serenity as J
Newberry, the great excitement a
over the State was confined to heate
Ttie fact is, if people were left I
themselves, to do their own thinkinj
there would be no cause to anticlpal
trouble. Aside from a few of the moi
bitter and extreme anti-Tillmanite
the great bndy of law-abiding Conse:
vatives in Newberry-and no doubt
is so througbout the State-are tire
of the strife, and show a willingness I
reason calmly. We have talked wit
many of them on this dispensary sul
ject, and while there is diversity <
opinion as to the wisdom and propriet
of the Governor's latest move, the
seem not to be worrying very muc
about it. They realiz-: that unfortunatf
ly there is truth in the Governor
remark that "the State is flooded wit
contraband whiskey sold withot
authority of law." They are kno1
that blind tigers flourish while we hav
a prohibitory law which is not er
forced, and they see that the men wb
are the most anxious to rise in rebel
lion against Governor Tillman are th
men who make no effort to supprec
blind tigerism, and they will not len
their aid and encouragement to th
whiskey men and their allies. The
would be willing to fight the reopenio
of the dispensaries and to enforce pr(
hibition if they saw that those who ar
ready to oppose the dispensary wer
eqjaly determined to fight the blin
We guarantee Jobnson's Magnett
Oil; it has no superior for all aches an
pains, internal or external, man c
beasr. $1.00 size 50 cts.; 50 ct. size 25 ct,
W. E. Pelham.
The State campaign meeting her
next Friday will be held at Jonet
The campaign -party mill leave th
Newberry Hotel at 10 a. m., and th
speaking will begin at 10.15.
The candidates will arrive Thursda;
night on the excursion train.
Capt Thompson Conner will hav
charge of the meeting as chief marshal
and his assistants a:e as follows:
At Laroe-J. P. Harmon, W. H. Hunt.
No. 1-hos. S. Sease, C. W. Bishop.
No. 2-Jos. C. Chalmers, A. J. Gibson.
.No. 3-Moorman Ruff, L. P. Miller.
No 4-Jas. F. McCarley, W. B. Cromer.
No. 5-C. W B uford. T. B. Riser.
No. r"-P. C. Smith, I. M. Smith.
No. 7-M. J. Longshore, W. A Hill.
No. 8-B. F. Nichols. F. M. Schumpert.
No. 9--A. G. Wise, G. F. Stockman.
No. 10-A. L. Aull, M. L. Strauss.
No. 1I-J. L. Crooks, W. F. Koon.
The assistant marshals will report t
Mayor Jones on the 27th at 9.30 a. m,
to be commissioned.
Johnson's Tasteless Compound Col
Liver Oil with hypophosphites give
tone to the nerves; strenghtening, stiti
ulating and producing healthy fiesi
like magic.__W. E. Pelhamn.
Particulars of Prof. Boozer's Death.
Prof. J. Thornwell Boozer's remain
reached Newberry on last Thursda;
and were buried at Smiyrna chureh th
ame.day, the funeral services bein;
onducted by Rev. WV. C. Smith.
Prof. McKnight, a former fellow
teacer with Prof. Boozer in Texas
accompanied the remains to New berr.5
and returned yesterday.
The particulars of Mr. Boozer's deat'
are that he was bathing in a small bu
eep ereek with two little sons of Mt
J. G. Piester, at Brock, Texas, when h
was attacked by cramp.- He called fo
help. The t wo little boys repeated th
cry to their father, who was two hut
dred yards away at the house. Mi
Piester did not at first understand tb
call, and supposed it was only their e3
clamation on catching a fish. The:
called again and he went to the creel
to find the sad fact that it was a cryc
distress that they had made.
It was twenty minutes before th
body could be recovered, and in tha
time life had becomc extinct.
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The Old Men's Democratic Clubc
No. 6 Township will meet at Long
shore, July 28th, 1894, at 3 o'cloc
p. i., for the purpose of' reorganizin
and electing delegates to the count
onvention. Let all the members a'
tend. H. D. BooZER, President.
' W. G. PETERSON, Secretary.
The Jalapa Democratic Reform Clu
Is called by the chairman to meet a
Jalapa on Saturday, July 28th, 1894, a
4 p. mn. Every member is requiredt
be on hand at the specified time with
out fail. Important business concert
ing the club will be attended to.
WMx. C. SLIG H, Chairman.
JNo. B. CAMn'BELL, Secretary.
Carolina Democratic Club will met
on Saturday, July 28th, at 8.30 p. mn.,i
Council chambers for reorganizatior
&c. L W. JONES, Secretary.
ALAN JOHNSTONE, E-resident.
Mulberry Democratic club will met
Saturday morning, July.28th inst.,
9 o'clock sharp. All members urge
to be present. H. C. WILsoN,
Johnstone Democratic club will met
Saturday, 2 p. mn., at Johnstone Acac
The Factory club will meet at 8 3(
Saturday, 28th, in Trial Justice Evans
There is more Catarrh in this sectio:
of the country than all other disease
put together, and until the last fel
years was supposed to be incurabli
For a great many years doctors prc
nounced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies, and by constant
ly failing to cure with local treatmen
pronounced it incurable. Science ha
proven catarrah to be a constitutlons
disease and therefore requires cocstitt
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curi
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co
Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutions
cure on the market. It is taken intei
nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the bloo
and mucous surfaces of the systen
They offer one hundred dollars for an;
case it fails to cure. Send for circular
and testimonials. Address.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
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I have just received a new lc
which will be fdled to suit ft
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.Teweler and Optician.
r- The James D. Nance Camp will meet
on Monday, August 6.
e The State Press Association will meet
n at Pawley Island in August.
The Newberry Lutheran Conference
will meet at St. Luke's Friday.
"s The Grand Lodge of Good Templars
assembles this veek at Bennettsville.
y The Southern Dental Association will
1 meet at Old Point Comfort, Va., Aug
d The County Sunday-scbool Conven
e tion will meet at Beth Eden on the 1st
Ls and 2nd August.
n The State Alliance meets at Aiken
n to-day. Dr. W. E. Lake is the delegate
o irom Newberry County Alliance.
The Newberry Conference Lutheran
Sunday-school Convention will be held
in Grace Church, Prosperity, August
11 15th and 16tb.
d The Union meeting of the 6th divis
ion of the Reedy River Association will
o be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday
, at Mt. Zfbn Church.
e The Newberry College Reunions will
it be held as follows: Little Mountain,
3, August 18; St. Marks's church, Edge
r- field County, August 22.
it The Young Peoples' Missionary So
d clety of the Second Presbytery of the
0 A. R. P. Church will meet at the
b Thompson Street church August 8.
Stoney Batter Dots.
Y We have the inest crops in and
V around here we have bad in a long
The Saluda Democratic club will
a meet at the Academy next Saturday at
2 p. m. Every member should conle.
t Business of importance is to be trads
e The Saluda and Jolly Street nines
will cross bats on the Saluda ground
D next Saturday at 4 p. ni.
Zion Sunday-school elected the fol
e lowing delegates to theCounty Suiday
4 school Convention. J. C. Cook, W. P.
I Pugh, Mrs. W. P. Pugh. They are
e unanimously instructed to invite the
V next convention to be held here.
- *The trustees of Mouticello school
* have had a well bored *on the school
e Mrs. F. B. Morris fell last Saturday
i and broke her arm near the wrist. Dr.
George Y. Hunter set the bones and
she is now doing well.
3 Rev. D. Tiller will begin the annual
protracted meeting at Zion church on
r the first Sunday in August, when one
- sermon will be preached and the Lord's
supper administered. The meeting
will then continue several days with
two sermons a day.
Quite a contingent from thiscommu
nity attended the campaign meeting at
e Holley's Ferry last Saturday. They
e report a nice time. Gov. Tillman and
Senator Butler were both there, and
each was given a respectful hearing.
The crowd was overwhelmingly for
e Tillman. H.
All Prohibitionists in Township
No. 1. are requested to meet in the
Court House on Saturday, July 28th,
at 10 o'clock, for the purpose of electing
ten delegates to the County Conven
tion on Juiy 30th.
All Prohibition Democrats can take
part in the meeting, as partisan politics
will be laid aside.
a Chairman Executive Committee.
Dots from Longshore.
Plenty of rain.
I Crops are looking well.
s Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hill spent part
- of last week at Mr. Henry Wallace's.
1 Walter S. Peterson leaves this week
for a trip to the mountains and up
The Sunday-school convention met
s at Bush River last Thursday and Fri
'day. Very few delegates were present,
e but the meeting was an interesting one.
SThere is some talk of baying a barbe
-cue here on campaign day.
The field is full of candidates for
u,trvisor, and we understand that
there are several more to come out yet.
Lient. T. WV. Gary and Miss Bessie
2 Rowland are visiting relatives at
Mr. Dick Satterwhite had a mule to
a get snake bit Jast week.
r The Trial Justice's business is on a
e boom now. Constable Wilson says
that the old'saying "more rain, more
-rest" fails in some instances.
8 A good many of our people attended
-the Veterans' tarbecue on Saturday.
~All report a good time and plenty to
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Jess Miller, a negro living on Capt,
M. H. Gary's place, near Longshore
dropped dead last Thursday and waS
buried on Friday. Some time ago bc
had a severe case of dropsy, but receivei
medical attention and recovered sufli.
ciently to returu to his daily work.
He worked about a mouth when he
was again taken with the disease, and,
after about a month's illness, being un
able to receive proper medical attention,
I died suddenly as above stated. On the
I following day (Saturday) while Coroner
Lindsay was at the reunion of the U.
C. V., he was informed of the death
and notified to hold an inquest. On
Sunday the coroner repaired to the
colored graveyard at Bush River
Church, where the body had been
buried, and had the grave opened and
the remains exhumed. The verdict of
the jury was, that it was death from
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County Sabbath-School Convention.
Don't forget the date of the meeting
of the County Sabbath-school Conven
tion on Wednesday and Thursday,
August Ist and 2ud.
Dear Sabbath-school workers, talk
the meeting up; see that your school is
reprEsented. We hope to see one of the
fullest meetings that we have ever had.
Let us heed the command of the Master
when he says, "Go work to-day in my
We are glad to state that the ser
vices of Prof. R. 0. Sams, of Gaffney,
S. C., have been secured, and he will
present the normal work to the conven
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NOTICE TO OVERSEERS.
A LL OVERSEERS ARE HERE
..by authorized to warn out their
hands and put their respective sections
of public roads in good condition by
the first day of September.
J. C. DOMINICK,
THOS.8S. SEASE, Clerk.
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