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LOCAL AND SPECIAL
Lady's Shawl Lost.
Mr. I. Mc. Sniith lost a lady's shawl
L by putting it in the wrong huggy a
the late Reunion of Confederate Vet
erans. He will be grateful for its re
At Salter's Photograph Callery.
Artist's fine Tube Oil Paints, Silk
Arrasene Embroidery and Etching
Bilk, for sale.
Bargain in Shoes.
We have taken every pair of Shoei
in our stock that are at all shop worn
and placed them on our bargain coun
ter, and they are to be sold at the very
low price of $1.00 per, pair. Now i
your chance. C. & G. S. MOWER Co.
Barbecue at YoUng's Grove.
We will giye a first-class basbecue al
Young's Groveon Wednesday, August
22ud, campaign day for No. 9 Town.
ship W. J. MILLS.
2t Jso. P. MILLS.
No. 5 Township: August 8, at Jalapa.
No. 6 Township August S1, at Longsbore.
No. 7 Township: August 1O.Wi-iams'. Store.
No. I Township: August14, at Jones'grove,
No. 2 Township: August 15, at T. W. Keit t's.
No. 3 Township: August 16, at Mt. Pleasant,
No. 4 Township: August 17, at Mt. Tabor.
No. 9 Township: August 2?, at Youngs
No. 10 Township: August 23: atJolly Rtreet.
No.11 Township: August 24, at Pomaria.
Oxford and Opera Slippers are being
sold regardless of cost. Also all Cloth
ing. Wooten & McWhirter. tf
A Worthy Compliment.
The Abbeville Medium thus compli.
ments one of Newberry's educators:
"At the Teachers' Institute, last week,
Miss Nellie Chapman, of Newberry,
explained the method now in vogue in
primary instruction. Her reputation
had preceded her and she met the
expectations of her friends and added
to the number of her admirers. Hez
aptitude asan instructor,her experience
in thl. school room and her practical
training give her the first rank amnong
the teachers of the State. Our people
will always have a warm place in their
hearts foi her."
My boy was taken with a disease resem
bling bloody flux. The first thing I thought
of was Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhcea Remedy. Two doses of it settled
the matter and cured him sound and well. I
heartily recommend this remedy to all per
sons suffering from a like camplaint. I will
answerany inquiries regarding it when stamp
is inclosed. I refer toany county official as
tomny reliability. WN. RocK, J. r., Primroy,
Campbell Co, Tenn. For sale by *
Married in Virginia.
August 1st, 1894, by the Rev. J. A.
Anderson of the Methodist ministry,
at the residence of Mr. John Bradley,
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon, of Newberry,
S. C., and Miss Adelaide C. Blackwood,
of Harrisonburg. The happy pair left
on the first train for the home of Mr.
armon in Newberry, S. C., where
kind fiiends and relatives await them.
May happiness and success attend
Harrisonburg, Va., August 1st.
Johnson's Aromatic Compound Cod
Liver Oil enriches the blood, builds
sound flesh, restores strength and vital.
ity to the debilitated body. Full pint
bottles $1.00. WV. E. Pelhamn.
Cheap Trip to Washington, D3. C.
A magnificent gathering of the
Knights of Pythias will be held iin
Washington, D..C., beginning August
27th. Tickets over the Piedmont Air
.Line will be put on sale August 23-28,
and will be good until September 15th.
Only one fare will be charged for the
round trip. In addition to the regulai
train service special trains and special
through Pullman and other cars will
be run for the accommodation of special
partdes.. No man's education is cow
plete unless he has visited the National
Capitol, and it would be well for al.
who can to take ad vantage of this op.
W. A. Turk, GenI. Passr. Agt.
S. H. Hard wick, Ass't Geu'1'Passr.
Went Crazy on the Train.
The down train on the Columbia and
G.reenville Railroad Monday had or
board an unknown mulatto womau
who suddenly became violently insane
just after the train left Chappells. She
had a through summer excursion tick
et from Pendleton to Columbia. The
5Columbia correspondent of the News
andi Courier says Conductor Hughes
and his trainmen had a time getting
her there; that she was very violent
and attempted to tear up some green.
backs as well' as clean thimgs up it
general. She was taken in charge o
by some friends in Columbia. The
cause of her sudden insanity is a mys'
R. C. Taylor, Murfreesboro, Tenn.,
w rites: I have used the Japanese Pile
Cuewith great satisfaction and suc
eess. W. E. Pelhami.
For stylish, elegant, new and at
tractive Millinery, call on
SlyDDvenport & Ren wick.
New Marble Yard.
I take this method to inform my
friends and the public generally that ]
have added to my Fnrrniture and Un.
dertaking, a Marble Yard, and that ]
have secured the services of Mr. B. B.
tf R. C. WILLIAMs.
To my friends and the public:
It affords me pleasure to announce
that I ain now with Mr. R. C. Williams.
tfRespectfully, B .Dvs
tf ~~. B VS
-French Lawns, worth 25c to 35c
going at 123c.
tf Wooten & McWhirter.
Owing to the hard times it seems 1
can't sell my place and goads in a bulk,
so I have bought a new stock of goods,
and will sell at the lowest hard time
prices for cash. Try me.
tf J. S. RUSSELL.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she wasaa Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, 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 of
Children's carriages. Do not miss the
chance to see them. Prices reasonable,
If LEAVYELL & SPEER.S.
Robertsolls PepermiRt Ceral!
A pleasant and certain cure for
Dysentery, Diarrhoea and other
diseases of the Stomach and Bow.
Manufactured and for sale ai
__ Brug Store.
"Johnny, Get Year Gnn.'
Pistols and Cartridges for sale now by
Jr. wV wHIE
VAPIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
The county campaign opens to day
The State campaign closes to-day at
Rev. R. G. Pearson is holding a
meeting at Toccoa, Ua.
There will be a moonlight picnic in
the grove at Helena on or about the
A lodge of the Knights of Pythias
will be organized in Masonic Hall to
Ground has been staked off for the
building of a resorvior 300 feet square
for the factory.
The county campaign meeting for
No. 1 Township will be held in Jones'
grove on the 14th. .
There will be preaching in the New
berry Methodist church next Sunday
morning and night.
Much of our space is taken up with
the proceedings of the County Demo
We are glad to see Mr. Z. L. White
on the streets again after a severe con
finement to his room.
The James D. Nance Camp met on
Monday, the proceedings of which will
appear in our next issue.
We are requested to state that the
Jalapa Reform Club will meet on the
IIth at 4 o'clock, p. m., sharp.
Mr. W. H. Sanders will give a bar
becue on the 7th, campaign day, at
Spearman's Old Store. See ad.
Candidate Perry says "it's going to
quit raining" now. Maybe he's right,
but we won't believe it until we see it.
Considering the weather the Ashe
ville excursion Monday was pretty
well patronized by the Newberri--ns.
The Sunday-school Convention of
the Newberry Lutheran Conference
will be held at Prosperity on the 15th
and 16th instants.
Helena furnishes no candidates for
State offices. She has three for minor
positions-one for the House of Repre
sentatives and two for County Super
visor. Two of these candidates will be
left, at least.
They say that Will Wright is a
match for city preachers at a county
Sunday-school convention when .it
comes to hard sense talk on country
Monday was a very rainy day, but
the town wes lively with excursionists
to Asheville, delegates to the County
Democratic Con ven tion and members
of the James D. Nance Camp-to say
nothing of the army of candidates.
To Cleanse The System
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious, or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to peimanenitly cure habitual
constipstion, to awaken the kidneys
and liver to a healthy activity, without
irritating or weakening them, to dispel
headaches, colds or fevers use Syrup of
Mr. J. P. Pool is in Asheville.
Mr. Ed. Scott has returned from Cc
Mr. J. J. Lane has gone to Glenn
Mr. Edward L. McIntosh has gone
to 4lenn Springs.
Miss Mamie Wright is on a visit to
relatives at Clinton.
Mr. George Summers, of Columbia,
was in town yesterday.
Miss Lizzie Keys, of Anderson, is
visiting Miss Naunie Mayes.
Capt. John B. Griffin is or? a visit to
his father Mr. B. F. Griffin.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon returned to
Newberry last week with his bride.
Mr. Frank Mayes. of Anderson, is
visiting his brother Mr. T. J. Mayes.
. Mrs. George P. Wright leaves to-day
for Laurens, 'ii her way to her home
- Mrs. %V. H. Day, of Florence, is
visiting Mrs. Geo. McWhirter.
Mrs. W. WV. Daniel, of Florence, was
on a visit last week to her brother Ed
itor E. H. AunIl.
Mrs. J. L. Aull, of Dyson, has re
turned home from a. visit to her rela
tives in Newberry.
Mrs. Dr. J. B. Perry, of Augusta, is
on a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. S. Livingstone.
Mr. D. W. Goggans, of Edgefield
County, was on a visit last week to his
uncle Mr. J. C. Goggans.
Mr. John W. Wright and family, of
Sumter, are on a visit to his sister Mrs.
T. C. McDowell at Helena.
Rev. Dr. J. B. and Mrs. Fox left yes
terday for Salem. Va., where they will
spend a portion of their vacation.
Mr. J. E. Prince, chief mail agent
Ibetween A tlanta and Cnarlotte, is vis
iting bis sister Mrs. J. H. Chappell.
Mrs. Sallie Richardson is again at
home after a pleasant visit to friends
in Newberry.-Laurensville Herald.
Mrs. A. B. Burn, of Charleston, is on
a visit to her mother Mrs. Zobel at
Helena. Mr. Burn returned home on
Master John Aull and his little
brother Herman have returned from a
deligrhtful visit to their grandparents
Mr. W. L. Radford, soliciting, agent
of the A tlantic Coast Line, was in the
city yesterday. He is as courteous as
he is popular wherever he goes.
Mr. Charles S. Heard, of Augusta,
tbe popular and wide-awake soliciting
agent for the Seaboard Air Line, was
in the city yesterday- and gave The
Herald and News a pleasant call.
8100 Reward, S100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrb being
a constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is takerr internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in its curative powers,
that they ofter Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
Ifor list of Testimonials.
. Address F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo,
giSold by Druggists, 75.~c
We have just received a fresh
lot of Harris and Glenrn Springs
Mineral Water, which we offer
our friends by case or bottle.
Always keep a supply on ice for
our retail customers.
ROBERTSON & GILDER.
I have just received a new lot
which will be filled to suit the
.Teweler and Ontician.
Highest of all in Leavening Pom
YOUNG PEOPLE'S CONVENTION.
Third Annual Metting-The Young Peopl
of Second Presbytery Will Hold a
Convention in Thompson Street
The third annual convention of th(
Young People's Association will N
held in Thompson street church tbit
t-eek. Below we give the list of del
egates and by whom they will be en
tertained and also the programme oi
Newberry is glad to have thes
young people come into our midst and
we hope their stay will be pleasant and
profitable. The exercises of the con
vention will be open to the p-blic and
will be found profitable.
We bid the delegates welcome and
feel sure they will carry with them tc
their homes pleasant memories of theii
sojourn in our midst.
DELGATES AND WHERE THEY WILL El
Rev. E. P. McClintock-Prof. IfcCain, Rev. S
W. Reid. Hon W. A. McClintock, Mr. W. A,
Todd, Miss Julia Hardeman, Miss Nannie Mc
Mr. T. C. Wilson-Mr. F. T. Young, Mr. W. A
Blakely, Miss Bell Morrah, Mliss Minnie Devlin
and Mr. J. A. Pearson.
Mr. M. A. Carlisle-Prof. H. E. Bonner, Rev. J
J. Grier, Rev. Oliver Johnston, Miss Julia Cain
Miss Mary Fleming.
3r. J. N. Martin-Mr. W. T. Bradley, Prof. E
B. Kennedy. Mr. M. 31. Ross. Mrs. W. T. Bradley,
Miss Nellie Pressley, Miss Addie Caldwell.
Dr. Renwick-Miss Minnie Moseley. Miss Lula
Mosely, Miss Ida Cook, Miss Laura Nance, Mr.
W. R Bradley.
Mr. Sam Crotwell-Mr. j. H. Simpson, Mr. C.
D. Cowan, Miss Nanny Snoddey, Miss Minnie
Dr. J. C. Halfacre-Mr. M. E. Bradley, Mr. H
C. Bradley, Mr. J. A. Brown, Mr. Robert Stephen
son. Miss Hallie Hawkins, Miss Msinnie Wallace.
Mrs. D. M. Ward-Miss Cora Dominick, Mis;
Ellen Crosson, Miss Lutie Haddon.
3Mr. J. F. Todd-M%r. Wallace Bruce, Mr. Livy
Watson, Rev. W. W. Mc3forries, Mr. C. Haddon.
Dr. E. C. Tones-Hon. W. P. Wideman. Mr. E.
Miss Rosa Wright-Miss Mary Lou Norris,
Miss Minnie Sligh.
ME. G. S. Mower-Miss Susie Hood, Mis
Eunie Gibson, 3iss 31amie Brice, Miss Josit
Mr. S. B. Jones-'Mrs. H. T. Sloan, Mrs. R. C.
Cater, 31iss Fannie Jay, Miss Ella Miller.
Mr. J. B. Suber-3r. Joe Brown, Miss Hattie
Mrs. McKellar-Miss Eliza Bryson, Miss Nanny
Pearson, MNiss Anna Chalmers.
Dr. Gilder-Miss Kate Neel, Miss Daisy Neel.
3Mr. George W. Pearson-Miss Bessie Dominick
Mr. C. F. Boyd-Miss Coral Muse, Miss Loist
Muse, Miss Alice Fleming. Miss Mollie Tittle,
Mr. John Kerr, Mr. Clinkscales, Mr. W. P. Green,
M%r. Walter Henrv.
M1r. S. E. broNvn-'Mr 31offett Grier, Mr. N. K
PROG RAMM E OF EXERCISES.
Wednesday, 8:30 p. m: Devotional
exercises conducted by Lhe President,
Prof. Henry E. Bonner. Enrollment oi
Delegates. Address of welcome by Dr.
E. C. Jones; Response, Mr. E. B. Ken
nedy. Acquaintance meeting.
Thursday, 9 a. m.: Prayer and praisE
sei vice, by delegate from Ebenezer, Ga.
What a boy can do in the service ol
our Divine Maker, by Meek Bradley.
The Young Ladies' prayer meeting, its
importance and how to conduct it, by
Miss Nellhe Pressly.
Thursday afternoon; Sermon by Rev.
S. W. Reid. 3:30 p. m. Reports fromr
Societies of the work of the year. 8:3(
p. in. Praise service, by Bev. J. J.
Grier., The Christian Religion as I have
Seen it in the Secular Callings, W. L
Philips, Esq. Studies in the life oj
Christ, Dr. McCain..
Friday, 9 a. mn: Let us consecrate om~
young lives to Christ, by Rev. CO. Y
Bonner. Election of officers for thE
next year. Miscellaneous business
"I know an old soldier who had chronie
diarrhcea oflong standing to have been per,
manently cured by taking Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholery and Dilarrhcea Remedy," sayi
Edward Shumpik, a promninent druggist o
Minneapolis, Minn. "I' have sold the remned:
in t.his city fox over seven years and conside
it superior to any other medicine now on th
market for bowel complaints." 25 and 50) cen
bottles of this remedy for sale by *
Dr. C. T. Wyche has sent the follow
ing reply to Mr. Arthur Kihler:
"In reply to yours in regard to m3
position on the question of State pro
bibition, I beg leave to state, that I be
lieve the fight in this campaign, so fa)
as the liquor question is.concerned,wil
be between high license and the dis
penisary plan. Believing that the dis
.pensary plan will lessen the evils re
suiting from the sale of spirituoi
liouors to a greater extent than thi
high license system, I will favor thal
"Every patriot desires that the whis
key traffic should be regulated in suet
a way as to curtail the evils resulting
from its sale as much as possible.
"Men honestly differ as to the bese
plan to accomplish this purpose.
"Considering the dispensary law bet.
ter than any prohibition law yet pro,
posed, I state, frankly, that I favor thi:
law witb some modifications which]
will explain fully during the cam.
Johnsons Magnetic Oil kills all paini
whether internal or external. $1.0(
sizes 50 cts.; 50 ct. sizes 25 cts. W. E
County Sunday-School Convention.
The New berry County Sunday-schoo:
Convention met in its sixteenth annual
session at Beth Eden church on thE
1st and 2nd instants.
The attendance was good, the inter
est great, the spirit fraternal, and the
addresses and talks were spirited and
The delega~tes report a very pleasani
meeting and royal eDtertainment ot
the part of the Beth Edenites.
The address of welcome was deliv
ered by Mr. J. L. Epps, and was re.
sponded to by Mr. C. F. Boyd.
Many important questions were dis
cussed, of interest to the association.
The officers elected for the ensuing
year are as follows: Geo. B. Cromer,
president; J. C. S. Brown and I. H.
Boulware, vice-presidents; W. E. Pel
ham, secretary and treasurer; Frank
Evans, J. WV. Ci apmnan, H. H. Folk,
WV. H. Hunt, W. 1". Wright, executive
The following were elected delegatet
to the State Sunday-school Conventiot
at Union on September 4, 5 and 6:
Rev. WV. WV. McMorries, 3M. A. Car
lisle, W. F. Wright, A. E. P. Beden.
baugh; alternates: WV. I. Herbert, W. B.
Oxner, J. J. Long, A. H. Kohn.
The convention passed a resolutiot
of thanks to the people of Beth Eder
for their hospitality.
The seventeenth annual session ol
the County Sunday-school Conventior
will be held at Zion church belowi
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, ot CanAjoharle, N. Y., says tha1
he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery lt
the houise and his family has always found th4
very best results follow its use ; tzat he woulk
not be without it, if procurab.e. G. A. Dyke
man. Druggist, Catskill, New York. says thal
Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly th4
best Cough remedy; that he has used it in hli
family for eight years, and it has r ever failes
to do all tha: is claimed for it. Wy not-try
remedy so long tried and tested. Tilbottl4
free at Robertson de Gilder's Drug Store. Eeg
ular size 50c. and $1.00.
At Salter's Photograph Studioi
Free-Hand fine Stippled Crayon For
traits made, or you can get your pic
tures enlarged and artistically finishec
in Crayon, Sepia, India Ink, or Colors,
Trimmed Sailor Hats at 25 ets. at
1y DTavenport & Renwick's.
er.-Latest U-. S. Gov't Report.
The programmes have been arranged
for the reunion of students, ex-students I
and.friends of Newberry College.
The first will take place at Little t
Mountain on Saturday, August 18th, <
as follows: I
Opening exercises; enrollment of I
names and organization; address of wel- E
cone by J. M. Sease, M. D, class of '82; ]
response by Prof. Arthur Kibler, class
of '84; address, a Christian education, I
Mr. J. D. Kinard, class of '93; address, I
Female Education, Rev. S. L. Nease,
class of '90; address, Training Schools,
Prof. S. J. Derrick, class of '02; address,
Interdependence!of church and college,
Rev. M. J. Epting, class of '86; The Qci- c
entific course, C. M. Efird, Esq,, class s
of '77; address, (subject to be chosen) (
Rev. W. A. Deaton, North Carolina
College. Others have been invited to t
take part in the exercises, as follows:
J. B. Wingard, Esq., class of '78; Prof. i
E. 0. Counts, class of '83; Prof. W. A.
Counts, ciass of '87;G. B. Cromer, Esq., t
class of '77; and Revs. S. C. Balentine r
and T. 0. Keister.
Special rates have been promised on t
the C., N. & L. Railroad as follows: J
From Newberry and return, 60 cents. c
Fron Prosperity and return, 35 cents.
Persons attending, are requested to ']
bring baskets of suitable refreshments, e
as the dinner will be on the picnic f
order. The exercises will begin at v
THE EDGEFIFLD REUNION.
This reunion will be held at St.
Mark's, Edgefield County, S.C., on Au
gust 22nd. The exercis;-s will begin at
10 a. m., with a welcome address by
Mr. Y. V. A. Riser, and response by t
Mr. J. J. Long. Other addresses will
be made as follows:
1. "Moral and Christian Influences
at Newberry College," Messrs. W. E.
Black and G. S. Bearden; 2. "Literary V
Societies," Messrs. Tillman Shealy t
and H. E. Unger; 3. "Co-educal ion," r
J. W. Black; 4. "A Christian Educa
tion," G. B. Cromer, Esq.; 5. "Farm
ers and Education," Mr. M. G. Bowles; r
6 "Does a College Education pay?"
Messrs. H. A. McCullough and C. J. C
Ramage; 7. "S. C. pastors and New- a
berry College," Rev. 0. B. Shearouse; N
8. "How to Eadow Newberry College," C
Rev. C. P. Boozer. d
Specimen Cases. P
. U Clifford,Ne w Cassell,W16.,was rtoubled rl
with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his Stomach ,
was disordered, his Liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away, and he
was terribly reduced In flesh and strength.
Three bottles of Electric Bitters cured him.
Irdward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., had a C
running sore on his leg of eight years' stand
ing. Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and
seven bottles of Backlen's Arnica Salvo, and
his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Ca.
tawba, 0., had five large fever sores on his leg, n
doctors said he was incurable. One bottle t
Electric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Robertson c
& Gilder, Proprietors of the Corner Diug e
Another Big Excursion.
From August 27 to September 5 the e
Knights of Pythias will ho1d a grand ii
conclave in Washington, D. C.' Round t
trip tiekets via the Atlantic Coast Line ~
will -be sold for $15.65 from Newberry a
-same amount fr.om Prosperity-to be a
of iron clad signature form, limited to
a continuous passage in each direction, t
from August 23d to September 6th;
limits of tickets may be extended to
Septemnber 15th, provided they aie de
posited with joint agent in Washing
ton. Through Pullman Palace Buffet
sleeping cars will be provided. Mr.
Jno. N. Livingston, the ageut at New
-berry, and Mr. F. E. Schumpert at
Prosperity, will be glad to give any in
formation and reserve berths now for
any one wishing to go. The A. C. L.
offers the best route to Washington;
~best time and best accommodations, a
saving of five hours and best connec
tion returning.'- Either of the follow
ing ways is offered: Via Clinton &
Richmond, all raIl; via Portsmouth &
N. & W., boat line; or via A. C. L.
This is a great opportunity to - go to
Washington and return for a small
outlay, besides the stay in the city at
such a gala time.
House and Lot for Sale.
I will sell at private sale the House
and Lot on Railroad avenue, in the
town of Newberry. The house con- I
tains four rooms. The lot is one-fourth
of an acre, with a good well of water. 1
tf J. H. MCCullough, M. D. ]
A full lien of Stribley & Co.'s new1
style dress Oxfords at Davenport &1
Renwick's. by ]
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'.
If you want to makeJ
a good crop
for sale at S
Roflertso# & aI8f3'
We haive the best $1 Oxford and $1.2 .
Button Shoe ever sold in New berry.|
1 Davenport & Renwick.
80W TURNIP SEEDS!
We have received at Pelham's Drug
Store a large quantity of fresh Turnip 8
ISeeds from D. Laindreth & Sons.
These Seeds are pure!
-These Seeds are Fresh!
These Seeds are Reliable!
All the varieties suitable for our cli
Buta Baga, Purple Top,
A mber Globe, Yellow A berdeen,
White Globe, etc.,I
at PELHr mS Drug Store,
AYING ASIDE THE ROBES OF OFFICE
he Old Executive Committee Holds Its
Last bleeting. They Leave to the New
Committee a Useful Rope.
The old County Executive Commit
?e he:d a meeting Monday morning to
at their house in order and turn over
be affairs of State to the new commit
.e that was elected by the county con
ention. Chairman Blease called it to
rder and in the absence of Secretary
,aybin C. T. Paysinger was elected
Wm. Johnson as treasurer made his
eport which was received. It showed
hat he collected from all sources the
um of $5.00 and that he had paid out
be same amount and that there was a
lebt of $3.60 unpaid. Tbe committee
iad on hand as assets a rope worth
1.05. This seemed to be all they had
o turn over to the new committee, ex
ept the unpaid bill of $3.60. This rope
night b,e utilized probably if it could
e divided up in such way as to be
erviceable to some of the politicians.
t is a good strong rope.
But the old committee deserves credit
or having managed the finances of the
arty in so economical a way.
Mr. Perdue moved that the new ex
cutive committee pay the $3.60 bill un
>aid and the resolution was adopted.
Chairman Blease stated that the
ampaign meeting for No. 11 was de
!red changed from Wicker's Camp
iround to Pomaria.
Mr. Crooks said it would be a good
hiig to make the change.
Mr. Fair moved that the change be
rade and the motion prevailed.
Chairman Blease called Mr. Crooks
o the chair and offered the following
esolutions which were adopted:
Be it resolved, That we do hereby
ander our thanks to Lambert W.
ones, Esq., for the use of his grove on
2. That we also desire to thank
'hompson Connor, Esq., our chief mar
bal, and the mayor and other officials
)r the assistance given in obtaining
Liome one suggested that a mistake
ad been made in publishing J. B.
tockman as one of the managers of
lection at Hendrix Mill when the
awe should have been P. W. Shealy.
'he correction was ordEred made and
re hereby make it. The committee
ben adjourned sine die.
Thus ended the last meeting of the
Id executive committee under Chair
ian Blease. They put aside the robes
f office, some to retire to private life,
rhile others take up the burden where
bey left it off and continue in the bar
ess with the new committee.
Kenneth Bazemnore had the good fortune to
meeive a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
holera and Diarrhcea Rtmedy when three
iembers of his family were sick with dysen
ry. Tbis one small bottle cured them all
a he had some left which he gave to Geo,
I Baker, a prominent merchant of the place,
ewiston, N. C.. and it cured him ot the same
ymplaint. When troubled with dysentery
larrhca, col,c or cholera morbus, give this
!medy a trial and you will be more than
leased ilith the result. The praise that
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tade it very popular.. 2o and 50 cent bottles
>r sale by *
THE EXEUTIVE COMMITTEE.
ur Ex-Candidate for Adjutant and Inspec
tor General Elected County Chairman.
His Associate Elected Secretary.
The newly-elccted executive committee
Lft immediately upon the adjournment of
ie County Convention.
Mr- cromer moved that J: E. Irwin take the
bair. He was nominated for pernanent
Iairman. So was F. V. C apers. Mr. Irwin
'i' hdrew, and Mr. Capers was elected.
A E P Bedenbaugh was elected secretary.
W. C. Sligh was elected treasurer.
Mr. Rleagin moved that in the absence of the
aunty chairman from any campaign meet
g, the members of the committee from that
wnship take charge of the meeting. The
Mr. Perdue moved that the candidates be
sessed the samne as they were two years ago,
nd it was adopted.
On motion of W. Y. Fair, the ru'es and reg
lations in force in 1892 were made the rules
>govern the.primary of1894.
The treasut er was instructed to pay Brown
Keith, and the committee adjourned.
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ifactured by the California Fig Syrup
o. only, whose name is printed on every
lackage, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
nd being well informed, you will not
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piece Lilac Crepon, worth 15
A 1 .............................. U
pieces % Wool 22 inch Dress Goods, If
worth 20 30...........
pieces Figured Satines, v.orth 12%! 1
pieces Figured Satines, worth 10 1
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pieces Colored Swiss, 30 in., worth 12%Ii
I pieces Colored Swiss 26 in., worth 8%~ 1
pieces white Chaecked Nainsook
worth 6~% ow..............
pieces Figured Lawns, worth 5 4
pieces Fig. French Lawns, worth i2% 01
pieces Fancy Apron goods, 40 inches, 1
worth2 Lo' w.............
pieces Figured 1,uck, worth 10 01
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HENRY.KENNEDY IN TROUBLE.
The Republican Ex-Politician of Newberry
Caught in the Act of Robbing the
Mails a. the Charleston
The News and Courier of August 1st
gave the foliowing account of the down
fall of -.L ex-politician of Newberry:
FC,r some time past complaints have been
conming into the Charleston Postoffice of lost
levers containing sums of money,and several
weeks ago, the complaints becoming more
numerous, Inspector F'. D. Peer came down
from Chattanooga and with the aid of the
Pastotice officials began an investigation.
The fact of the inspector's presence here was
kept quiet, and a watch was put on the mail
room without the knowledge of the em
Last night about 9.50 o'clock .Irspector Peer
and 3Iajor R . Iansfield, chief clerk of the
railway 6ervice, detected Henry Kennedy,
the night watchman, in the act cf taking let
ters from tne mail. They saw him open
several letters and put them in his pocket,
then coming around into the room they ar
rested him and charged him with thecrime.
Kennedy, not suspecting that he had been
watched, denied it stoutly, but on being told
that he was seen broke down and owned up to
having taken a number of letters. He was
searched and several letters were found on
him, among them being decoy letters placed'
in tne mail by the inspector and chief cl-:rk.
Keunedy also took the oMcials up-stairs and
showed them -here lie had bid the letters
stolen previously. The exact amount which
he has obtained and the letters taken in this
way could not be accurately obtained last
night, but the a:-gregate is considerable, as
his thefts have covered a period of months.
Kennedy has been a trusted employee of
the f'ostotlice for nearly eight years, and was
allowed to assist the mailing clerks by "stack
ing" the letters to faciii,ate handling. He is
abont 5U,years old. very black and is a heavy
built man. ,He was taken before United
states Commissioner W. Moultrie Gourdin,
and in default of 5.0. J bail was committed to
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Mr. Editor: Please allow me space
between your column rules to say a few
words to the Voice of the People.
I notice in the last issue of the Voicei
of the People that Mr. Thomas' speech
in Newberry on campaign day was not
very well taken in by it. The Voice says
that Mr. Thomas' speech was not in
good taste. Well, perhaps the Voice
likes a speech stuffed full of politics, of
such Mr. Thomas' was entirely clear.
The Voice further intimates it was
surprised and disgusted. I guess it was I
to see a strangor strike Mr. Sligh in his
own county. So far, the Voice is the
only person that seems to be at all dis
gusted; in fact, everybody that I have
heard express their opinion say it was
decidedly the best speech deliveied on
I am a little off the track I want to
get on. The Voice is not consistent.
It doesn't act at all fair. When Mr.
Thomas said his say about Mr. Sligh in
Mr. Sligh's absence the Voice took ad
vantage of the opportunity to say Mr.
Thomas was pulling Mr. Sligh down to
build himself up. But on the other
hand, when Mr. Sligh ridiculed The
Herald and News at Mr. J. B.- Kemp
soi's barbecue in the absence of its edi
tor, the Voice showed inconsistency
enough to say nothing about Mr. Sligh.
I guess the Voice and Mr. Sligh both
are- such anxious swallowers of Till
man's almost every utterance that they
think it is right, in their narrow way of
thinking, to bitevery body that is not on
their overestimated wagon. And they
seem to think they are allowed special
privileges-even of backing their judg
ments and everybody else to submit or
do just as they dictate.
1 ask why it is wrong to criticise the
one and say nothing about the other
when they are both candidates for the
same office? Why is it?
It looks to me as if the Voice has let its
prejudice run away with itsjudgment.
I don't believe in making disturban -.es
or kicking up strife, but such critics
ought to be criticised occasionally to let
them know that their biased judgment
is not wholly accepted by all of its
readers. The Voice can pour such mix
tures down Tillmanites' throats but
all antis' can't digest it.
Though I guess it is best that every
body doesn'tsee everything in the same
likeness. Gus FULMER.
Beth Eden and the Convention.
Beth Eden is a lovely place for a
convention in hot weather-so much
nice shade. The convention was called
to order Wednesday morning by Presi
dent M. A. Carlisle. After the dele
gates were enrolled, Mr. George B.
Cromer was elected president and Dr.
W. E. Pelham secretary. They both
made splendid officers.
The programme was a very interest
ing one indeed, and was carried out ex
Prof. R. 0. Sams, of Gaffney City,
entertained the convention handsomely
with. his plan and lecture on normal
Those who missed the leonvention
missed a rare treat. There were from
sixty to seventy delegatea present Ail
seemed very much interested in the
A full account would be interesting,
but space forbids. The good people of
the Beth Eden community did- treat
us so very, very kind, we were sorry
we couldn't stay a week or two with
them and help them eat the many
bountiful things they had pr--pared for
us. But we were afraid such luxuries
would injure -our health if we partici
psted longer than two days. VWe hope
to be invited to'return soon. The con
vention will meet next, year at Zion,
four miles below Prosperity.
May what we heard at convention
do us much good, so we can say, "It
was good for us to be there."
Dots from No. 2.
Fodder pulling is at harid and it is
Mr. A. W. Oxner re'turned to his job
in Columbia after a short stay at home.
Mr. C~. D. .Buzhardt is out threshing
while it is too wet to lay by.
Mr. J. G. Goggans and Mr. A. J. S.
Langrord spent last Wednesday with
their sister, Mrs. T. B. Leitizey.
Mr. Ben. F. Cannon has the finest
piece of stubble corn we have seen. It
was planted about the 17th of June.
Mr. Cannon is a good corn raiser.
Caldwell and Whitmire nines were
to play a match game of ball last Sat
urday on Whitmire ground. The rain
prevented the game.
Miss Mamie Brice, daughter of Mr.
T. S. Brice, of Fairfield County, is vis
iting Miss Eunie Gibson.
Rev. V. A-. Herlong, chaplain of the
Florida penitentiary, preached a fine
iermon at Lebanon last Sunday.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE WBERRY-iN
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, Robert H. Wright
hath made suit to me to grant
him Letters of Administration of the
Estate and effects of Elizabeth M.
These are therefore to cite and ad
inonish all and singular the kindr' di
and creditors of the said Elizabeth M.
Kellar, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at .New
berry Court House, on the 14th
day of A ugust next, after publicatiota
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoonu,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not. be
Given under my Hand this 30th day
of July, Anno Domini, 1894.
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