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2the PIn1 AUIlas
LOCAL AIND SPECIAL
At the Methodist Church.
The Missionary Society of tjbe Sun
day-school hi-ld a meetiig oi last
Sunday. afternoon and an addrt-ss was
made by Mr. Geo. B. Cromer, and it
was instructive, interesting and edify
ing to the children as well as older peo
ple who beard it.
On Friday last, the 24th instant, the
first bale of the new crop of cotLon of I
1894 was brought to town, t be property i
of Mr. Wm. H. Lane. It weighed 470
pounds, was grded middling and ,
brueght 61 cents S pound. Bought by (
zMr. Ww. A. MeFall for Mr. 0. McR.
Genuine New Crop Seed Rye and I
Barley, at J. N. Martin's. 3t.
A Distingnished Savant.
Dr. F. L. Parker. dean of the South
Carolina Medical College, will visit .
Newberry on the 5th of September, the
guest of Dr. 0. B. Mayer. Dr. Parker
is the distinguished oculist of South
Carolina and an eminent and promi
nent man. Those of our citizens who
ised his services will do well to take
advantage of his visit, as it is an op- t
portunity that seldom is presented.
Oxford and Opera Slippers are being r
sold regardless of cost. Aiso all Cloth- t
ing. Wooten & McWhirter. tf
szecutive Committee Meeting.
Pursuant to rules of the Democratic j
uty the Democratic Executive Com
mittee.of Newberry County is herebye ,
galled to meet in the Court House, on
Thursday, 30th -instant, at 11 o'clock
a. in., to tabulate the returns and de
clare the result of the.primary election
of the 28 inst.
F.V. CAPEs, County Chairman.
A. E. P. BEDrNnAuoa, Secretary.
One-half Jersey Milch Cow and s
three4uarter Jersey Heifer. k
Apply to WILLIE (:RAY, C
2. Tenant of E. S. Coppock. f
At Salter's Photograph Gallery. t
Artist's fine Tube Oil Paints, Silk I
Arrasene Embroidery and Etching (
Slk, for sale. t
The Mt. Tabor school, Mr. W. Aug. t
Shealy, teacher, will close on Friday of C
this week. -There will De plenty of
amusements, music, dinnerand refresh
ments. Speeches will be made by
Prof. A. J. Bowers, Col. L. P. Miller
and perhaps others. The morning and
evenng train on the C. N. & L. will C
stop at the school house. Everybody t
is invited to come and have a pleasant t
day. M X
Bargain in Shoes.
We have taken every pair of Shoes a
In our stock that are at all shop uorn s
and placed them on our bargain coun- a
ter, and Lhey are to be sold at the very r
low price of $1.00 per pair. Now is
your chance. C. & G. S. MoWER Co. e
The New postemee.
Newberry has the handsomest post- t
office in the State except those in pub- a
lic buildings. The granite columns ,
arched over the vestibule entrance, set
with the handsome plate glass front',
make it a perfect gem. Its erection by
Messrs. Pool & Sebumpert shows aC
anost commendable public spirit, and
the contractors, Messrs. W. T. Davis
& Co., have done their part well. The
mail was delivered from the new build
ing yesterday for the first time.
To cleanse The Systern
.Effectually yet gently, when costive or t
bilious, or when the blood is impure or r
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual ~
constipstlon, to awaken the kidneys '
and liver to a healthy activity, without t
irritating or weakening them, to dispel (
headaches, colds or fevers use Syrup of I
Gift to the Library.
A few weeks ago Messrs. RL. Mc
Caughrln and Wv. H1. Hunt, of New- t
berry, weespending a few hours in
the city. They visited the Kennedy e
Library and were much interested in
the South Carolina books. Returning
home, they mentioned 'heir visit to
Mr. John B. Carwile, the author of a
volume, "The Recollections of New
berry." He kindly sent a volume oft
this book to the library, for which he
's the thanks of the trustees andr
friends of the library.--Spartanburg
-Herald 29th instant.
A full lien of Stribley & Co.'s new
sle dress Oxfords at Davenport &
Winship and Lummus Cotton Gins.
-For sale byJ. N. Martin. St.
The State S. S. Convention.
All delegates to the State Sunday- (
school Convention are expected to get f
to Union by Monday, September 4th,
as the Convention meets at that place
on the 4th, 5th and 6th, when a large
attendance is expected. The rate from I
Newberry and, return is $3.25; from
Prosperity, $2 75. The tickets' will be
sold September 3d to 5th, good to I
return until the 7th. The delgtes ]
from Newberry are Rev. WV. WV Me-<
Motries, M. A. Carlisle, W. F. Wright, I
A. E. P. Bedenbaugh.
Rudy's File suppository
Is guaranteed to core Piles and Consti- I
pation, or money refunded. 50 cents
per box. Send two stamps for circular
and Free Sample to MARTIN RUDY, i
Xegistered Pharmacist, Lancaster, Pa.
Nor POSTALS ANSWRn. For sale by.
all first-class druggists every where, and
m Newberry, S. C., by WV. E. Pelhami.
Greenvie the Termns.
It is announced that on and after
Monday next Greenville is to be the
terminus of the C. & G. trains between
this city and the up country, instead
of Waihalla, Greenville used to be the1
terminus of these trains. The branch
train will henceforward run to Walha!!a
It is said that a considerable change
in the schedules of the Southern Rail
way trains is in contemplation. Noth
ing definite is yet known in regard to1
the matter however.-The State, 22nd1
For stylish, elegant, new and at
tractive Millinery, call on
1y Davenport & Renwick.
'French Lawns, worth 25c to 3-5c
going at 32kc.
tf Wooten & McWhirter.
The Coroner held an inquest over the
body of a colored woman, Amelia Bur
ton who died suddenly in the town of 1
Newberry on the 22nd instant. It was
found that the death was from natural
Coroner Lindsay also held an inquest
over the body of Wmn. Braxton on Mon
day, who died on Sunday from the
effects of a gunshot wound received on
Saturday at the.hands of Jim Sligh, on
Dr.B. C. Carlhale's place in the country.
The parties were fooling with a gun.I
The verdict was accidental shooting.1
When Baby was sick, we gave her catoria.
When she was a( Chd, shs cried Nr Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
=-.a.acnrshe av hemdasori.
VARIOUS AND ALL AUOUr.
Dr. Pope jumped from over the Moon.
Now for the Asheville excursion on
Mr. John C. Uuggaus h-As a new cot
ou gin for sale. See ad.
The United States Senate is rotteu.
5partanburg Herald, 24th instant.
In the absence of Mayor Jones Alder
uan Ewart has been "olTiciating."
Here's to our namesake, Newberry,
'Ia. May she live long and prosper!
The Mt. Tabor school will close with
n exhibiflon and picnic on Friday
The Greenville News says: "Moon
ight on the lake-A luminary arises
Several boys are hustling for the two
acant beneficiary scholarships in the
Mr. J. i. Wicker has charge of the
leaning of Rosemont Cemetery ano is
ushing the work.
Look out for boxes and barrels on
be courthouse square now-Auctioneer
homason is here again.
A new school house is going up at
olly Street to accommodate the fifty
upils of Mr. Will Stone's school.
There were eleven applicants for
eacner of the Smyrna school. Miss
1innie Wallace was re-elected.
Remember that the 31st instant is
be last day for making returns to C.
. Bowman, Clerk Council.
The State says: "The almanac does
ot say that there will be an eclipse of
be Moon on the sixth of'Novew oer."
Mr. Geo. McWhirter is overhauling
ud improving his store on Main street
ad will add to his business this fall.
lis place is as neat as a pin.
A spot has appeared on the politica.
un. . . . . which is pronounced by
stronomers of Newberry to be about
be size of a Moor.-The State.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright performed the
2arriage ceremony at Factoryville on
aturday evening last between Mr.
Vylie McGwin and Miss Lula Swind
There are about thirty companies
D far booked for the theatrical season
ere. The season will open on the 7th
f September with the famous Sand
The Board of Trustees of the New
erry Graded School have elected Mr.
1. L. Jones teacher, vice Miss Daisy
OINeall, resigned. Miss O'.Neall goes
Rumor has it that one of our young
rewberrians abroad wi:l soon lead to
be altar a charming and popular belle
f a certain South Carolina county
ot Spartan burg; this is another case.
Indications point to a successful ex
ursion to Asheville Thursday. If you
re on the fence crawl down and de
ide to go, for they are to have a fine
ime of it. It is one of the opportuni
ies of a life time.
Messrs. Jeff B. Amick & Brother
ave opened a lumber yard at the big
bed in rear of Tribble's Stables. They
re prepared to furnish lumber and
bingles on short notice and promptly
t prices to suit the times. Lumber
Dugh or dressed. -
The F. R. Wallace and Dave Irons
xcursion to Anderson last week was a
ccess. The Eagle Fire Company of
ewberry swept the field in all con
Bsts; won all the prizes and carried off
11 the honors; Felix B. Tillmau also
inning the bicycle race.
The premium lists for the State Fair
ave been printed and are in the hands
I' the proper persons for distribution,
ays the Columbia Register, and that
ecretary Holloway will send the lists
y mail throughout the State. The
Legister says there is little difference
a the premiums from last year.
On Thursday afternoon last the
ame of baseball at Prosperity between
be Monticello and Prosperity clubs
esulted in a defeat for Prosperity by
1 to 11. The next morning Monticello
gain beat Prosperity 10 to 1. A nd on
be same day she also routed Timothy
reek by a score of 7 to 0. Monticello
Mr. B. H. Cline yesterday brought
a a cotton boll that was destroyed by
be boll worm. He says he noticed a
ood many boIls in that condition in
be patch in front of~ his house. Mr.
L. C. Sligh says the cotton is being
:estroyed by this pest in his neighbor
iood, and Mr. R. H. Burton says it is
he genuine Arkansas boll worm.
The County Democratic Executive
'ommittee met on Saturday last. The
>usiness before the body was to settle
he matter of a candidate's having
ailed to sign the pledge within the
equired time. There was some dis
ussion of the matter before it was an
Iounced wbg the candidate was. It
as decided that the chairmtan see
he said candidate's opponent, and, if
te entered no protest, that the com
nittee allow the candidate to stand.
~fr. Boyd was seen, and agreed, and
he committee voted that Mr. Banks
e not debarred from the race.
The Greenville Female College will
spen its next session on Wednesday,
ept. 26th, under new managementand
'ith new equipments throughout.
'he new president is Dr. M. M. Riley,
ately of Georgetown, Ky., who is high
y' recommended in voluntary testimo
ials by Jno A. Broadus, Prof. WV. H.
hitsitt, Rev. T. P. Bell, Rev. J. K.
~ace and others. The boarding de
rtment will be under the supervision
f Mrs. Riley, and the rooms will be
ewly furnished in every particuliar.
[he Greenville Female College will
naintain a higher standard than ever
~efore, and a full corps of teachers has
keen engeged for all the departments,
ncluding music and art. Send for cat
Jogue to Dr. M. M. Riley, Greenville,
Pale, puny, sickly children developed
nto fat, rosy, healthy ones by using
rohnson's Aromatic compound Cod
iver Oil: easily taken, gives health
,nd strength._W. E. Pelham.
During the last ten days the editor
as spent a couple of days at Harris
springe, and part of his family was
here for two weeks. There is no ques
ion of there being virtue in the water,
s5 those who go there and give it a fair
est readily testify. Mr. Garrett of the
iotel was kind and attentive, and al
ogether we have been well satisfied
nd highly pleased; and when the vir
ue of the water is generally known
he Springs will be more largely pa
ronized, though there have been large
iumbers there this year.
E. Nulty of St. Paul, Minn., writes:
'Was confined to my bed for 3 weeks,
loctors could do me no good; Japanese
~ile Cure entirely cured me. WV. E.
At Jolly street.
The reporter who went to Jolly
treet on Thursday to take in the
>arbecue and political meeting got
here rather late-after three speakers
ad had their say. As it was the first
~outy meeting he attended this cam
>agn he was anxious to be on time;
ut our companion (the Clerk of Court)
s always so busy it is hard for him to
et off. Got in in time for dinner.
*ood dinner. Meats well cooked and
easoned. Hash fine. "Uncle Mel''
singley was at his best, and he is a
>ower in that section. There was a
olerably fair sprinkling of a crowd
resent, compared with the reported
'crowds" at the other meetings. Some
retty girls were there and the youn'g
eople danced, while several of the
ther candidates were saying their say.
Bucklen's Armica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sore
rnises, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Te
e,apdHands, Chilblains, Corns and
p1Ski Erpin,and positively cures
'iles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
lye perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
...e-2 cwe nts hpe boyar sale by Robert
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
IMPORTANT BUSINESS CHANGE.
0. X. Jamieson Buys Out Smith & Wearn D
and Will EDlarge His Business.
Mr. 0. M. Jamieson, the shoe and
clothing merchant of Newberry, has o1
bought the business of Smith & Wearn di
and will double his room and his stock to
and will in a few days be prepared to mr
offer some extra bargaius in his line. of
He will occupy his present store on it
the corner and the one next door to u:
him now oecupied by Mr. T. Q. Boo- b.
zer, who will move to the store at pres- w
ent occupied by Smith & Wearn. n
Mr. J. J. Lane is going to have the E
stores to be occupied by Mr. Jamipson w
completely overhauled and arranged in su
modern style so as to be adapted to the
large business of Mr. Jamieson. re
Mr. Jamieson has made a success of cc
his business in Newberry and we be- lo
speak for him continued success in the h
future. He is polite and courteous, a
keeps good goods and can be relied
upon in all matters of business.
Messrs. R. C. Perry and W. F. Ewart,
his two efficient and courteous sales- AA
men, will continue with him, but his S
force will have to be largely increased w
in order to wait upon his customers. of
Jamieson will have something to say V
himself next week. ti
Kenneth Bazemore had the good fortune to eC
receive a small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy when three
members of his family were sick with dysen- tu
tery. This one small bottle cured theu all n
and he had some left which he gave to Gco,
W Baker, a prominent merchant of the place,
Lewiston, N. C.. and it cured him of the same
complaint. When troubled with dysentery ar
liarrhoa, colic or cholera morbus, give this
remedy a trial and you will be more than
pleased flith the result. The praise that re
naturally follows its introduction and use has
made it very popular. 2D and 50 cent bottles
for sale by *di
The State Fair. c<
All Newberrians are interested in the M
State Fair, election or no election. We in
lip the following special to the News it
and Courier from its .Columbia cor- l
Even before the election it would rot
be out of place to give an eye to the
State Fair, which is going to be a e,
shade better than ever before. The h
first step towards its success has been
made, cheap rates have been secured of
from that all-powerful commission. 10
The following circular letter explains b
the matter: se
"Lines interested having agreed,
rates of one fare for the round trip, b
plus 50 cents admission coupon, from p
points in South Carolina and Augusta,
Ga., and from Charlotte, Wilmington er
and intermediate points to Columbia
and return, for the above occasion, are
Tickets to be sold Novembe 11 to 15
inclusive, with final limit November
"Tickets may be sold to bona fide f
exhibitors and help November E, 9 and
10, 1894. i
"The press of the State wIll greatly e,
oblige all interested by publishing the
The Stat,e Fair this year will takeb
place from fthe 12th to the 16th of No- h
vemaber. With good crops and poll-i
tics settled everyone will want to come
here. The rate, as given by the comn
mission, makes no concession to exhi
bitors as has been done in previous ti
It May Do as Much for.You
Mr. Fred Miller, of Irving, Ill., writes thatV
he had a severe Kidney trouble for many gJ
years, with severe pains in his back and also n:
that his bladder was affected. He tried.
many so called Kidney cures but without
any good result. About a year ago he begans
use of Electric Bitters and found relief at J~
once. Electric Bitters is especially adapted tl
to ure all Kidney and Liver troubles and
often gives aln..ost intant relief. One trial h
will r rove our s'atement. Price only 50c. for d~
large bottle. At Robertson a Gilder's Drug d.
tore. _____ __E
City Assessments. F
The assessments of real estate for the
town have been made and filed in the tI
office of the city council, The coin
parative total by wards for two years h
is as follows: 185t3. 1894. j.
Ward 1............$156,360 $163,950
Ward 2 ............ 252.375 252.275 p
W:rd 3............ 225.550 235.550 at
W ard 4............500,690 518,200 n,
Totals.......$1,34,975 $1,169,975 e
My boy was taken with a disease resem
bling bloody flux. The first thing I thought
of was Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhea Remedy. Two doses of it settled
the matter and cured him sound and well I
heartily recommend this remedy to all per- p)
-ons suffering from a like camplainit. I will 0I
answer any inquiries regardingit when stamp bi
is inclosed. I refer toany county official as
to my reliability. Wx. Bocw, J. P., Primroy, tI
Campbell Co , Tenn. For sale by * ti
I have just received a. new lot a
of the si
Eye Glasses d
which will be filled to suit the '
Jeweler and Optician.
We have the best $1 Oxford and $1.25
But ton Shoe ever sold in New berry.
1 Davenport & Renwick. C
We have just received a fresh ~
lot of Harris and Glenn Springs
Mineral Water, which we offer
our friends by case or bottle. i
Always keep a supply on ice for
our retail customers.
ROBERTSON & GILDER. "
If you want to make c
a good crop
for sale at
Rolleitsofl & IiiIlei's
-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
GILLIA N-BLAK E.
r. Wi.IC. Gilliam to be Married to MIE
Fannie Jones Blake September 4.
Cards are out annoucing the marriag
Miss Fannie Jones Blake, eldes
ughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Blak(
Dr. Wm. C. Gilliam. The cere
ony will take place at the hom
the bride's parents. Tuesday even
g, September 4th. Miss Blake is ai
3usually bright young woman ani
is many friends bere. Dr. Gi'lian
as born in Newberry, but has spen
ost of his life at the North and abroac
e now lives in Ocala, Fla., in th
inter and at Saluda, N. C., in tb
rnmer.-Spartanburg Cor. The Statt
Dr. Gilliam has many friends an
latives in Newberry who extend thei
ngratui.tions and who wish him
ng and happy wedded life. He an
a mother were here last year an
ent some time.
They had a new county picinic a
agener, S. C.. on the 2lst instani
nator S. G. Mayfield, of Denmark
as present and spoke in the interes
the formation of a new county
ragener, in which, among othe
ings, he said:
"Newberry is about the smalles
Unty in the State, but its citizens ar
e top of the scale in skill in agricul
re, in intelligence, in education, an
me has more white men to the squar
"Should the new county be formei
d should it attain to Newberry'
&ndard, no one present to-day wil
'I know an old soldier who bad chroni
arrhcea of long standing to have teen Pei
anently cured by taking Chamberlain'
lie, Cho!ery and Diarrbwa Remedy," say
iward Shumpik, a prominent druggist <
inneapolis. Minn. "I have sold the remed
this city foi over seven years and conside
superior to any other medicine now on th
ariet for bowel complaints." 25 and 50 ceE
ttles of this remedy for sale by '
This neighborhood has at last fresb
ied up, thanks to the fine seasons w
ve been having of late. The farmer
e consequently in a far happier fram
mind. The corn and pea crop: ar
king fine, and the hog crop i
tter than it has been for years in thi
etion. So says the oldest inhabitant
The farmers think it is in order t
Lve a little fun before the busy cottoi
eking season commences, therefor
start the ball Messrs. Fant and Cam
on will give a grand barbecue ot
Lturday, September 1st, when tw
atch games ofLbaseball will be playe
tweeu Santuc and Whitmires, wind
g up with a dance for the young peo
e at Cameron's hall. Music will b
rnished by the Chester string band
We hear that Mr. J. H. Stokes, e
intuc, has leased the Richards build
g for five years and intends openin;
y a general mnerchandize business 0o
A masonic lodge has been organize<
tre, and from all accounts will soon
ive quite a large membership. Tb
eetings are held in the masonic hal
ery month over Dr. Hamilton
~ter's drug store.
The protracted meeting of the Bap
it church closed last Thursday morn
g. The services were conducted b;
ev. J. D. Mahon, of Clintoni, and Res
aughan, of Union, S. C. Good cor
-egations assembled every day, an
uch interest manifested.
The community was very muc]
ocked to hear of the sad death of Mi
mes Matthewes, son of Mrs. Mal
ews, proprietress of the WVhitmir
tel. He died at Trenton on Thurs
ty afternoon, and was buried on Fri
ty at Williston, Barnwell County
e had recently accepted a position
e rock quarries of Col. Coleman, i
Hard times are past, as evidenced b;
e fact that Dr. Jeter has added a ga:
nt grey to his stable, and by th
indsome new turn-out driven by Mi
Professor Harper has gone to Hone
ath for the present, and intend
udying law in Washington. We d
>t know who will be bis successor a
acher of the Whitm ire school. Ses
al applications having been fo.
arded to the school board. T.
$1oo Reward, $1oo.
The readers of this paper will b
eased to learn that there is at leas
ie dreaded disease that science ha
en able to cure in all its stages an'
uat is Catarrhb. Hall's Catarrh Curei
e only positive cure now knownt
e nmedical fraternity. Catarrh bein
constitutional disease, requires a cor
itutional treatment. Hail's Catarr
ure is taken internally, acting direci
upon the blood and mucous surface
the system, thereby destroying th
undation of the disease, and givin
e patient strength by building up tb
mtitution and assisting nature
>ing its work. The proprietors hav
much faith in its curative power
xat they ofier One Hundred Dollar
r any case that it fails to cure. Sen
r list of Testimonials.
SEED RYE AND BARLEY.
'ow is the time to sow
ad we offer at
Pci/tam's Drug Store
hoice quality of these Seeds at lov
t prices. Always the best at Pe
Beth Eden Items.
Mrs. G. C. Glasgow and little Matt
ae returned to their home at Jalap
Mr. and Mrs. Green Lee, of Ujnio1
aid their daughter Mrs. A. C. Sligh
rief visit last week.
Miss Ettle Chandler left a few da:
nee for Greenville County.
Mrs. J. E. Cofield, of Goshen Hil
Svisiting her daughter Mrs. S.
'here was a delightful picnic at
arbecue given last Thursday by ti
ood people of the neighborbood. A
yk a part and seemed to enjoy it to tU
tmost. There was plenty of hash at
ther good things in proportion, aft
very one had been well supplied the
ras still plenty left.
A negro boy was shot, on the Se
lace Saturday afternoon and di'
There is a great deal of sicknessi
ur community-chills, etc.
Rollertsoils PcDpreit lordi8l!
A pleasant and certain curef
)ysetery, Diarrhoea and oth4
dseases of the Stomach and Box
Manufactured and for sale
Pe.jSPERITrY, August 2.-To-day's
election ought to be the choice of the
people. A machine is a labor-saving
lpparatus; a political machine saves
t buight as the machine does the think
ing for the people. At best, then, we
can only have the choice of a machine.
The contest between Prosperity and
Monticello was a triumph for the lattee.
rhey played two games. The one on
Thursday evening was a good game,
but Prosperity was clearly not in it
from the beginning. But the best game
ever played on the Prosperity diamond
took place on Friday morning when
Monticello's batting took the shape of
sky balls and bid fair to send the balls
back to Fairfield through the air. The
balls from the Prosperity batter fell so
fast into the hands of Monticello catch
ers that not before the fifth inning was
one score made for Prosperity. The
score stood 8 to 1. Monticello then
played and completely shut out Timo
e thy Creek.
t Rev. D. Tiller, Mr. J. B. Robertson
, and probably others, have about com
pleted arrangemients to give Prosperity
e another school. Mr. Tiller says his
- reason for making this move is found
3 in the fact that there are in the town
1 numerous persons who say Prosperity
' High School is dying and his own ob
t servation led him to the same conclu
t. sion, and he thought it necessary to
e provide a school for the education of
e his own children. It seems that all our
people would like to know if these
I things are well founded. Is the school
r dying? The catalogue for last fall shows
a an enrollment of 110, and while the
I school closed its session with only about
I half that number, some of the patrons
will remember that whooping cough
played havoc with the attendance the
latter half of the session.
t NVe presume, however, that the
Board of Trustees will throw some
light on this subject.
t Maj. P. E. Wise has gone to Orange
burg County on a visit.
r Col. H. C. Moseley is off to the
springs. * *
t . .
e Death of a Leading Planter of Ninety-Six.
e NINETY-SiX, ABBEVILLE COUNTY,
August 26.-This community was
I shocked yesterday afternoon at the sad
8 news of the sudden and unexpected
Il death of Mr. C. Luther Kinard, of
Edgefield, which occurred at his home,
four miles below here. He was sick
C only three days and his suffering was
intense. Mr. Kinard was, perhaps, the
s largest planter in the county. He ran
tbirt loughs and his farm covered
hundreds of acres. He was a good
r neighbor and useful citizen and will be
greatly missed iu the community. He
was about 40 year old and leaves a
wife and several children to mourn his
loss. He will be buried at the old
. family grave yard, near his home, to
e day at 11 o'clock. The funeral services
s will:be conducted by the Rev. Mr. Stoll,
e of the Methodist church, of which Mr.
e Kinard was a consistent member.
s Dots From No. 2.
Cotton is beginning to pop open.
D Miss Janie Kilgore is visiting Miss
i Mamie McGraw.
e Mr. Arthur Wilson has just finished
- working his road. Mr. Wilson has
i made us a good overseer. We will
o suggest to our next county supervisor
I to give us Mr. C. D. Buzhardt, for our
- next overseer. He will make a good
B Miss Nannie Mayes is visiting her
.sister Miss Mamie Mayes.
f Miss Carrie Mars of Abbeville, is
- visising Miss Addie Caid well.
SMrs. A. J. Gibson and Mrs. Carrie
2 Cald well are visiting Mrs. Maggie Irvin
1 Messrs B. B. Leitsey and Antlne
2 Buzbardt hayv. started on their rounds
e making up Sorghum Cane.
I Misses Lula Buzhardt and Ida Pay
t singer are visiting Mrs. J. L. Brown.
Mr. Leonard Sease spent last Tues
- day night with his daughter Mrs. J. W.
v Rob Dawking shot John Birge, both
.colored, last Sunday night while com
- ing from preaching. They claim It
:1 accidental. The ball entered the lower
part of thbe bowels.
5 Judge Reid spent a few days last
7.week with Rev. W. W. McMorries.
- Don't forget the working of King's
e creek grave yard next Friday.
- BAD BOY.
r.An Increase in the Tillman Family.
3 [Special to News and Courier.]
COLUMBIA, August 27.-Governor
and Mrs. Tillman were receiving con
Sgratulations to-day upon the arrival of
a bright little face at the mansion
yesterday. The Governor's happy
Sfamily now numbers two boys and
sfour young ladies, including the young
eat of the sisters, who is supremely in
diff'erent to most things that are going
Constipation and sick headache posi
tively cured by Japanese Liver Pellets.
50 pills 25 cts. W. E. Pelhamn.
e House and Lot for sale.
SI will sell at private sale the House
s and Lot on Rilroad avenue, in the
town of N ewberry. The house cen
s tains four rooms. The lot is one-fourth
0 of an acre, with a good well of water,
tf J. H. McCullough, M. D.
b ~ No Sale.
SOwing to the hard times it seems I
e can't sell my place and goods in a bulk,
soIhave bought a new stock of goods,
and will sell at the lowest hard time
a prices for cash. Try me.
e tf J. S. RUSSELL,
5 At Salter's Photograph Studio,
ciFree-Hand fine Stippled Crayon Por
traits made, or you can get your pic
tures enlarged and artistically finished
in Crayon, Sepia, India Ink, or Colors.
PIN E-APPL E FRO8T
Is the daintiest of frozen dain
ties, served only at Jones' Fount.
I- Vanilla Cream,
and all kinds of Water Ices and
Summer Drinks are served tc
e please the most fastidious at
aS. B. JoNEs'.
a Trimn:ed Sailor Hats at 25 cts. at
l y * Davenport& Renwick's.
A Quarter Gentuary Test.
For aquarter of acentury Dr. King's New
-.. Discovery has been tested, and the millioni
who have received benefit from its use
d testity to its wonderlul curative powrer in al
diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. .A
le remedy that has stood the test so long anti
11 that has given so universal satisf action is n<
iexpetimnent. Each bottle is positvi3
l garanteed to gis e relief, or the money will b
irerunded. It is admitted to be the most reli
er able for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottle Fre4
re at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store. Large
A New and Complete Treatment, consisting 01
3UPI9osITORIEs, Cpsules of Ointment and tw<
Boxes oi Ointment. A never-failing cure for Pile
-'f ever nture and degree. It makes anopato
with ih. knife or Infections of carbolic ad,whici
)irrr painful and seldom a pern.nent cure, adoftet
reauiting in death, unnecessary. Why endurE
r this terrible diss? Weguarantee 4
boxes to cure any case. Yonly pay foi
7- benenitsreceived. $1 abox. 6for $5. Sent by mail
Guarantees Issued by our agents.
BLOO DPUEIFIEE. Small, mild and pleasant tb
take, especIally adapted for children's use. 50ODose
GUAR'TEEs issud only by
W._ E. P ELHA M.Newberr,S.C
Justice Y. J. Pope is in the city.
Mrs. J. Higgins is visiting North.
Maj. L. W. C. Blalock is in the city.
Miss Sallie Brown has returned from
Mrs. Geo. A. Wright is visiting at
Mr. Win. E. Blats has returned from
Miss Sallie Cannon, of 4.alapa, is at
Mr. E. W. Thomason has returned
to New berry to live.
Miss Mary Bishop is visiting rela
tives at Gray Court.
Mr. J. J. Lane returned on Monday
from Glenn Springs.
Mr. B. E. Julien has returned from a
brief trip to Pendleton.
Solicitor Schumpert and family have
returned from Asheville.
Rev. J. A. Sligh and wife went to
Glenn Springs last week.
Misses Lucy and Mamie.Wright are
visiting relatives at Clinton.
Dr. J. E. Boozer, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives in Newberry.
Mr. C. J. Tribble, of Johnston, is
visiting relatives in Newberry.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mittle have gone to
Washington on a pleasure trip.
Mrs. J. P Glasgow left yesterday for
her home at Gainesville, Texas.
Mrs. Margaret Todd, of Clinton, is
visiting her son Mr. H. E. Todd.
Mr. J. N. Godsey, our railroad
supervisor, was in town Saturday.
Mrs. J. B. Carr, of Sumter, was on a
visit last week to friends in Newberry.
Miss Mamie LaMotte, of Columbia,
is visiting her relative Mrs. A. C. Jones.
Miss Leora Wright, of Johnston, is
visiting her brother Rev. G. A. Wright.
Miss Claude Shockley has returned
from a visit to relatives in Laurens
Rev. T. C. Ligon, who has been
visiting in Newberry, has returned to
Mr. Edward McIntosh has returned
from a visit to his Brother Frank in
Mrs. Elias Brown and her bright and
interesting children have returned to
Misses Estelle Todd and Alice
Mazyck are visiting Mrs. T. C. Sum
merel at Clinton.
Mr. Jno. W. McCullough's family
left Monday for Saluda, where he is
now a section master. -
Mrs. E. C. Houseal and grandson
Ed ward are visiting Mr. D. J. Hentz
and family at Pomaria.
Miss Cornelia Hentz, of Pomaria,
has been visiting friends in Greenville
during the past month.
Mayor Jones has returned from a
visit to Cokesbury. His family is visit
ing in Laurens County.
Miss Dora and Floyd Whittle, of
Madison, Fla., were on a visit last
week to Mrs. G. A. Wright.
Mr. Jno S. Fair returned on Friday
from a visit to Cokesbury. Mrs. Fair
will remain there until later.
Miss Maggie Wright and her little
Brother Robbie, of Laurens, are visit
ing their uncle Mr. Wm. F. Wright.
Mr. J. Higgins has returned from
Harris Springs highly pleased with
the famous water, etc., of that popular
Miss Mamie Mangum. of Columbia,
accompanied by little Leona and
Tommie Lane, is visiting friends at
Newberry and Helena.
Mrs. Sittenfield and her two charm
ing daughters Misses Rosa and Theresa,
of Georgetown, are visiting their rela
tives Mr. Mittle's family.
Mr. A. M. Teague, of Newberry, S.
C., a cousin of our Frank and Sam
Teague, arrived in town Tuesday on a
visit to his cousins.-Ocala (Fla.)
Mr. A. C. Jones, of Newberry, who
has many friends in the city, passed
through the city yesterday afternoon
on his way to the Northern markets.
The State, 23d instant.
Mr. John E. Buzhardt has gone to
Chico, Texas. He takes the position in
the Graded School at that place recen
ly held by Prof. Thornwell Boozer,
whose untimely death is fresh in our
Dr. Israel Brown, accompanied by
his mother Mrs. Bebecca Brown,
left for Washington apd other points.
After a brief visit North the doctor
will return to his post of duty at
Mr. T. C. McDowell, of Helena, wil]
take his family to Dorroh, in Abbeville
County, this week, where he has
secured a position as section master,
having been cut off the G. & C. by the
late reduction of forces.
The following persons have gone tc
Washington via the Atlantic Coast
Line: Messrs. J. D. Davenport, W. T.
Tarrant, S. J. Wooten, Otto Klettner,
Z. F. Wright and J. W. Chappell, and
Mrs. Sophie Redus and Miss Hattie
Mr. J. J. Barksdale died at Factory.
ville on the 24th instant, aged about
28 years. His remains was taken to
Hurricane church graveyard in Lau*
Miss Lizzie McKittrick, aged 22
yeard daughter of Mr. Jno. T. McKit.
trick, of No. 6 Township, died on the
Mrs. Margaret Wilson died at the
home of her son-in-law A. M. Oxner,
on Monday, 27th instant, aged about
75 years and was buried at Lebanon
church yesterday afternoon.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to prsonal enjoyment when
rightly ue. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adaptina the world's best products to
tenee of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
tive ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to miliions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid.
neys, Liver and Bowels without weas:
ening them and it is perfectly free fron
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will nol
accep any substitute if offered.
W. J. Bakeri.
S North Pembroke, Mass.
After the Grip
Relief from Hood's Sarsaparill
Wonderful and Permanent.
"C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"I had kidney trouble and severe pains
my back, which was brought about by a co
contracted while In camp at Linnfeld In 1M
I have been troubled more or less since th
time and have been unable to do any heai
work, much less any lifting. I received on
mrporary relief from medicines. Last 3prii
Mid an atack of the grip, which left me wi
A Bad Cough, Very Weak
physically, In fact my system was complete
run down. I tried a bottle of Hood's Sarsap
rMa and it made me feel so much better that
continued taking It, and have taken six bottle
It has done wonders for me, as I hav not be
so free from Tuy old pains and troubles since 11
war. I consider Hood's Sarsaparila a God-se
blessIngtothe suffering." Wri.mx J. BAxl
North Pembroke, Mass.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by resU
Ingthe peristaltic action of the alimentary can
We will close the following Summ
goods at prices named below:
1 piece Lilac Crepon, worth 15
N ow .......................................
5 pieces % Wool 22 Inch Dress Goods, 1
worth 20 Now................. I I
8 pieces Figured Satines, worth 12% 1/
Now.. .............. a
5 pieces Figured Satines, worth 10
8 pieces Colored Swiss, 30 in., worth 12%2
Xow...................... . ......
20 pieces Colored Swiss 26 In., worth 8%
7 pieces White Checked Nainsook
worth 64 Now.................. I
5 pieces Figured Lawns, worth 5
20 pieces Fig. French Lawns, worth 12Y
8 pieces Fancy A pron goods, 40 inches,
4 pIeces Figured I,uck, worth 10
It will pay you to call and secu
some of these bargains, they will D
I WILL UNDERTAKE TH E CO
Lletion of all claims agai'ist tl
United States for captured or abas
don.ed property during the civil wa
1860-1865. M. A. CARLISLE,
Attorney at Law.
Newberry, S. C., May 24, 1894
The Live aid et I
Suits to Order a Siecia
Blalock's Olo $tanw
SENATOR BUTLER .yNOT ALOSE.
Judge War wi Also Appeal from the RIDg
to the People at the General Election.
[Special to New and Courier.]
WASHINGTON, August 27.-Judge
Izar is going to make the race for re
election to Congress from the 7th dis
trict. His determination in that direc
tion was fixed some timeago, and with
in the past few days he has received
substantial endorsements from the best
elements of the Democratic party in
that district. He will not go into the
"Reform" primary trap, which would
be sure political death, but he will
stand out in the open field when the
general election takes place and contest
every inch of ground with the "Re
form" candidate whoever be may be.
Judge Izar will leave Washington
to-morrow after the final adjournment
of Congress, and he u ill take cbarge of
h's own camp.tign and conduct it on
the most -viarernus pliu. It would be
fut:le for hi to subject himself and
friends to U e cut and dried process
I which will prevail at the "Reform"
primary, and his enemies had hoped
that he woultd surrender without a
iz struggle. lie i* not made of that kind
ld o'stuff. He has won the admiration
a. and the esteem of the genuine Demo
crats in both houses of Congress during
ry bis brief sojourn in Washington, and
ly they will watch his campaign with the
i keenest interest. He is confiden -
the support and encouragement of the
true Democracy in the 7tb district, and
ly be is prepared to abide by their deci
sion at the general election. R. M. L.
SBicyclc aild Baseball!
1 If you are interested in riding a Bicy
a cle or playing Baseball, you can save
your good shirts, collars and cuffs and
keep cool this hot weather by getting
1 one of the Popular "Suraters" at 49e at
my Furnishing Goods' Store. I also
have a new line of Leather Belts at 25c.
I am closing a beautiful line of Wash
I Four-in-Hands at 10c. Beautiful col
ored Bows at 15c; and plenty of desira
a ble Overshirts, Undershirts, Collarsand
i Cuffs, Suspenders and Umbrellas at
2 close on to wholesale prices. Come and
1see me at Eduard Scholtz's Jewelry
A. C. JONES.
C-Newberry, S. C., Aug.1, 1894.
CERTAINL.Y RAISE THE
s aIg Ilnj Ioads.
u have the a 3 B .
e have the GODS
WHY DON'T YOU
It. Measures Taken and
M & SMITH.