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Bachelor n%aida Meeting.
The Bachelor Maids Club will met
with Miss Nllye McFall next Tuesda
afternoon at 5 o'clock
Lucy McCaughrin, Pres.
Elizabeth Dominick, Sec.
Sheriff Briug-, in a Negro.
For something over two years Sheri:
Buford has had a warrant for Denni
Lindsay, a negro charged with riot an,
other things, and has been searching fc
him. On Wednesday he captured Linc
say at Bartow, in Barn well County, an
has hith* safely lodged in jail. Sheri.
Buford can generally be counted on t
catch a man for whom he is hunting.
A neig6bor ran in with a botil
of r rlain's Colic, Cholera an
Diarrboea Remedy when my son wa
-tffering with severe cramps ard wa
given up as beyond hope hy my regula
physician, who stand-& high in his prc
fession. After administering threi
dos s of it, my son regained conscious
ness and recovered entirely withii
twenty-four hours," says Mrs. Mar,
Haller, of Mt. Crawford, Va. Thi
Remedy is for sale by W. E. Pelham 2
Trinity School at the Exposltion.
On Tuesday a special coach on th,
Southern railroad left Silver Stree
with the teachers and scholars of th,
Trinity day school for the Charlestoi
Exposition. Mr. J. T. Grizzard an
the teacher, Miss Clara Bellisle, wer
in charge of the crowd. We knov
that they are enjoying themselves, an<
the benefits that the children will de
rive from the trip will be inestimable
We hear that t'2e trustees of this schoo
did much to encourage and help tb
school off to the Exposition, for whici
they deserve the thanks of the patron
of the school, and it would be well i
the trustees of other schools of th4
county would follow the example set b,
the Trinity trustees. Every school ii
the county should attend- the Exposi
tion in a body before it is over.
SesborV Air Line MengE Books Save Yoi
Money In Traveling.
Seaboard Air Line Railway Ytileago
Books are a great save in money, and i
special convenience in travell--g. Oni
thousand mile boo'-s are sold at rate o
$25.00 aud are good over the entire sys
tem, including Florida; also to Wash
ington, D. C., and to Baltimore, Md
via Norfolk and Bay Line Steamers t<
Brunswick, Ga , over B. & B. R. R.
and bet ween Columbia and Clinton ove:
C., N. & L. Railway. These books are
g'ood for one .y ear from date of purchase
and afford passengers the privilege o
stopping off at any points. tf
Wednesday evening at 9:30 o'clocl
the Mayer Memorial church in Wes
End was the scene of a most beautifu
iDrd' efcellently executed marriage
Rev. D. P. Boyd performed the cere
mony in a simple and impressive man
ner, solemniiing the marriage of Mr
John Cromer and Miss Minnie Dickert
daughter of Mr. A. Hi. Dickert. Thern
were eight couples in attendance, all o
whom marched in, followed by th'e bride
and groon, with the officiating ministe1
in the rear, to the lovely strains of thb
wedding march. The attending couple:
took their places at the altar and as th<
bride and groom arrived at the altai
they about faced and stood in front o
the minister who came in behind them
The church was full of the friend:
and acquaintances of the popular youni
couple to witness 'the happy event. [
was one of the most excelleuntly 'ee
cuted and prettiest marriages wit nesse'
in Newberry for some time.
Better thamn Psitas.
The question has been asked, "It
what way are Chamberlain's 8tomnan
and Liver Tablets superior to pills?'
Ouir answer is: They are eas'er an<
m >re pleasant 'to take. more mild anc
gentle in effect and more r'Iiable a:
they can always be depended uponl
Then they cleanse and invigiorate th<
stomach and leave 'tne bowels in a natu
r ial condition, while pills are more harA1
in effect and their use is often follow'
-by co)nstipation. For sale by W E
Death of Capt. J N (God4.y.
Capt. J. N. Golsey, who at one tim
lived here and was well kn,owni i
Greenwood, died suddenly at has hom
in Sanford, N. C., Friday night abou
nine o'clock with heart troub'le. Tb
body was brought. here Saturday au
buried in the city cemetery on Sunda
afternoon at three o'clock. The burit
services were conducted by Dr. E.J
Forrester. At the t'me of his deat
Capt. Godsey was- engaged in railroa
building, an occupation in which h
had been engaged almost all his lifi
He began railroad work when he wa
sixteen years old. For a good man
years he was employed by the Soutber
and later he was a supervisor for tb~
Seaboard Air Line. Inl885he marrie
Miss Ida H. McNeil, of this city,
daughter of Alexander McNeil, a pron
innent citizen of G.e3nwood at thi
time. Eight children besides his b<
reaved widow survive Capt. Godse;
The deceased was a man of strong chai
acter and great ly liked here. Peace t
his ashes -Greenwood Index, 17th.
Capt Gqdsey lived in Newberry
one time and had many friends bei
who will regret to learn of his death.
The Great Disrat Swamp.
Of Virginia is a breeding ground
Malaria gercus. So is low, wet or marst
ground everywhere. These gern
cause weakness, chills and fever, acht
in the bones and muscles, and wuay i1
duce dangerous maladies. But Ele<
tric Bitters never fail to destroy the
and cure malarial troubles They wi
surely prevent typhoid. "We tnii
many remedies for Malaria and Stor
ach and Liver troubles " writes Jot
CharlPston, of Bvesville. 0 , "but nevi
found anything as good as Electr
Bi'tters." Try them. Oly 50c. A
ruggists guarantee satisfaction.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
We had a delightful rain yesterday.
The. railroads are doing a rusbing
business these days, mostly exposition
"Children's Day" will be celebrated
at Zion on Saturday before the third
Sunday in May.
The firemuen are auxiously and pa
tiently awaiting the arrival of their
new hose wagon.
f| The C., N. & L road is doing a big
s freight business, it seems to us the
d largest in its history.
r - The "Chinese Palace" is in town,
|having pitched tent on the pubiic
square near the opera house. I
E Many of o ir early gardeners have to
0 plant their seeds over, the first having
failed to come up on account of the
Mr. F. G. Spearman, Sr., has moved
s to Helena and occupies the house he
s recently bought-from Mr. H. H. Ri
e H. H. Rikard, Master, has moved
- rom Helena to the city and. occupies
a the cottage on Main street next to Col.
8 Schumpert's residence.
E The Newberry College ball team will;
go to Greenwood today to play a match
game with the Erskine College boys
t The bauana market was overstocked
e in Newberry on Wednesday, and at:
2 places the very nicest c6uld be bought
iat 10 cents per dozen.
i Candidates are coming to the front.
r The ice has been broken in The Her
i ald and News, and from now on we ex
pect new ones weekly.
A new front, with large plate glass
1 windows at J. H. Hair's barber shop, is
a big improvement going on at the
1 west end of Main street.
Janie Pratt, a young colored woman,
died suddenly at her home in Ward 1,
i Tuesday night. Coroner Lindsay pro
i nounced it death from natural causes.
Reference w*as held in the case of the
Goldville Manufacturing Company be
fore Referee Schumpert here yester
day. Considerable testimony was taken.
The city of Sumter has raised the
necessary amount of money to pull off
the tournament there in June and it is
f an assured fact. Th, first prize, it is
- said, will be $2C3.
Contractor Davis is making good
, head way on Dr, Kibler's residence on
|Main street. It is going to be one of
3 the neatest houses in the city wben
f iMr. Jno. H. Wicker had Lewis
Childs, colored, before the mayor
Thursday morning on a charge of steal
Sing $10. The ease was transferred to
t the Magistrate's Court.
1 iThe railroads will offer reduced rates
.to Columbia for the occasion of tbe
- meeting of the State Convention on
-|May 21st. The fare will be $2.25 from
.Newberry and $2 from Prosperity.
,iA mule attached to a one-horse
a wagon ran away on Main street Wed
I nesday afternoon late and caused con
a siderable excitement. Nothing w as1
E broken and no damage whatever was
i Rev. Dr. Lander, President of Wil
liamston Female College, will preach
Sin the Central Methodist church next
Sunday morningr\at 11 o'clock, and in
iO'NealI Street Methodist church at
Mr. J A. C. Kibler is announoed jin
this paper as a candidate for Sub-Sup
ervisor. Mr. Kibter has in the past1
been connected with this branch of
the government of the county and
would make a good officer.
1The State Federation ofWoman'sClubs
will meet iu'SparItan burg Mny 20th. The
Bicbelor M id,' Club has elected
IMisses Nan nie McC'augbrin and Azile
SPool deleiyates with Misses Elhzabeth
Dominick and Mary Nance Fair alter-]
SWe publish on the first page of this
vaor an interesting letter from Judge
J. M. Crosson, of Bellenger, Texas.
Judgre Crosson was at one tinie editor
of the Newb.erry Sentinel, the first pa-]
per published in Newberry, of which
The Herald and News is a lineal de
-cendant. He will be pleasantly re
emembered by many of our oldest citi
dzens as a prominent lawyer of the '50's.
Y Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Cnntest,
1i Thbe State In ter-Collegiate Oratorical
Contes't will take place at Greenwood
t,onight. Dr. Geo. B. Cromer, Prof.
d E. B. Set zler and Col. E. H. Aull
e will be present from Ne wberry. New
'berry college will be represented in
~S the contest by M r. J1no. K. Aull.
eTo Represent the K. of P.'s.
d At a recent meeting of the Newberry
a L'odge Knights of Pythias, Messrs.
.Eduard Scholtz and A. J. S. Langford
twere elected d elegates or representa
tives to the Grand Lodge which con
venes at Greenwood on the 21st inst
SMessrs. C. A. Bowman and W. E Pel
b am were selected as alternates. Hon.
Geo. S. Mower, Vice-Chancellor, and
t Col. E. H. Aull, by virtue of being at
e member of a committee, are also mem
bers of the Grand Lodge.
A Pastor Called.
SAt a meeting of the Joint Council of
ythe Newberry Pastorate, composed of,
Sthe Mayer Memorial, Colony and Beth
- Eden churches, held last Saturday, Rev.
SJobn J. Long was tendered the call as
opastor of the charge, and it is likely
~d that he will accept. Mr. Lang is now
n- serving acharge in tne county which
in is composed of Bethlehem, SS. Mat
~rthew's churches, and be is liked by
his people, anid he is pleased with his
SYST EMATIC STEALING.
Corn Recovered that is Suppcised to Have
Been Stolen from the Depot-sup
posed to Have Been Going on.%
for two Years or More.
What is supposed to be a case of sys
tematic stealing of corn, guano and
other things has just been unearthed
by the police authorities.
A few days ago a car load of corn was
opened at the C., N. & L dep-t, on the
side track, for delivering to the mer
chants to whom it was consigned.
The cAr,of course.was left open during
the day so the draymen could get at the
It seems that in some way it was dis
overed that some of the corn was miss
ing, and the depot agent telephoned on
Monday morning to police headquar
ters and put Policeman Franklin on the
:ase to work it up.
Mr. Franklin soon found out that
Doc Waldrop, the negro drayman who
n,'is been draying for Mr. P. F. Baxter,
aad been hauling corn out from town,
and arrested him. He found that Doc
,ad hauled seven bushels to Mr. Char
ie Maybin and five bushels to Sim
ounts, colored, which Doc claimed he
lad hauled for Gus Gray, another
On investigating, Mr. Franklin found
he corn at the above named places,
trrested Doc Waldrop and Gray made
The merchants have been missing
:orn, guano, etc., for about two years
everal sacks turning up short in each
ar load, and it is now supposed that
his is the way it has been going The
Iraymes could easily get it from the
ars and no one would suspect them of
Tne police authorities are working
ip the case and have clues which will
ik.-ly implicate several others.
Mr. Ed. R. Hipp is short twenty.
iushels and E. A Griffin & Co are short
Policeman Franklin did some good
vok in ferreting out the robbery, and
we hope that he will succeed, with the
Lssistance of his associates, in captur
ng all of the guilty Iarties.
Miss Laura Bowman is visiting in
Miss Grace Brown is visiting Mrs.
q. E. Fulmer.
Mr. Ned Flynn went to Columbia
[uesday to accept a position.
M's. N. E. Anti has returned from a
risit to her parents at All Healing,
Mr. M. L. Speers has been attend
bng t be Grand Lodge Knights of Honor
his week in Columbia.
Miss Nannie Pool, of this city, at
~ended the Forrester-Williams wed
ling Tuesday evening at Greenwood.
Contractor Grandy has completed
is work on the Mollohon Cotton Mill
and has moved his family back to
Col. Jno. F. Hobbs, wife and daugh
er, of New York, arrived at Hope Sta
on yesterday, and will arrive at New
erry on Monday.
Dr. WV H. Timmerman, of Bates
urg, an announced candidate for Gov
rnor, is in the city shaking hands
'ith his many friends.
Miss Rachael McMaster left on Wed
resday for her home in Winnsboro,
'bere on tomorrow morning she is to
e married to'Mr. Ja.a. L. Kennerly, of
Col. W. H. Hunt, who is Vice-Presi
lent of thbe Board of Trustees of the
Donnie Maxwell Orphanage, went to
3reenwood Wednesday to attend the
~ueral of Mrs. Maxwell.
Messrs. Geo. S. Mower, F H Domi
3ick and Dr. W. E. Pelbam went to
olumbia Tuesday seeking further
ight in masonry. They obtained it and
are now Knight Templars.
Hon E. Amoretti and Miss Vineyard,
eo have been in the city for a few days
risiting Miss Vineyard's father, Dr.
I. W. Vineyard, left yesterday for Co
[umbia, on their return to obeir re.
~pective homes in Kentucky and Wyom
Messrs. I. H. Hunt, F. N. Martin and
E. A. Carlisle will leave today for
Winnsboro to attend the Kennerly
cMaster marriage. These gentle
en, with two of Miss .McMaster's
brothers will act as groomsmen. The
inarrige will take place tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
signet Chapter R. A. M.
Signet Chapter No. 8, Royal Arch
M asons was reorganized in th is city last
week and is having all the work the
:embers can do taking in new mnem
>ers. Tbis promises now to be one of
the most flourishing Chapters in the
State at an eat ly date. The officers
elected at the reorganization are:
Eduard Scholtz, Excellent High
McK. Hutchinsou, E K.
G. M. B. Eptinig, E. S.
C. C. Davis, Treasurer.
J. H. M. Kinard, Secretary.
Otto Kiettner, C. of H
John W. McCollough, P. S.
George McInturf, R. A C.
J. R. Green, M of T. V.
Joseph Mann, M. of S. V
R J. Miller, M. of F. V.
I D. Shockley, Tyler.
Wields a sharp Ax.
Millions marvel at the multitude of
maladies cut off by Dr King's New Life
Pills-the most dist ressing too. Stom
ach., Liver and Bowel troubles-Dys
pepsia, Loss of Appetite, Jaunidies,
Biliousness, Fever, Malaria, all fall be
fore these wonder workers. 25c. at all
Makes the food more (
ROYAL BAKING F
Death of Jitcob Beujaminn CoUntS.
In the S4th year of his age, on the
night or the 9th inst., Mr. Jacob Benja
min Counts, breathed his last.
After eating a hearty supper, re
turning to his room, offering up his
daily sacrifice aud bidding the family
good night as usual, he retired. About
10 o'iock he was heard to make a
strange noise in breathing. His wife
called his oldest daughter to his assis.
tance, and in a very short time he was
He leaves a widow, two sons and
three daughters, and a host of friends
that mourn his death. lie was mar
ried to Miss MArgaret Lou Rikard
about 45 years ago, and nite children
were born to them, four of whom died
several years ago.
Mr. Counts was at one time a promi
nent merchant near Pomaria. He was
a mn of marked intelligence, and was
loved by all who knew him. He was
honest and up-right in all his dealings,
was a christian gentleman, and put his
trust in the Lord. He was trua to his
church, and was alwa-;s present at the
services as long as he was able to at
tend He was confirmed in tue Luth
eran Church at an early age, and lived
a consistent member -to the time ot his
The burial services were conducted
by Rev. W. A. Lutz, of Prosperity, his
pastor being absent at the time, and
the body was laid to rest in Bethle
hem Cemetery, in the presence of a
He will not only be missed by the
family, but by all wbo knew him. The
writer had the pleasure of spending
many a pleasant hour with him. May
the Lord in his goocness bless The be
reaved family and friends.
G W. K.
Good for Rheumatism.
Last fall I was taken with a very
severe attack of muscular rheumatism
which caused me great pain and annoy
ance. After trying several prescrip
tious and r'aeumatic eures. I decided to
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm, which I
had seen advertised in the South Jer
sey men. A fter 1wo applications of this
Remedy I was much better, and after
using one bottle, was completely cured.
-Sallie Harris, S'alem, N. J. For sale
by W. E Peiham & Son.
"olifton'' Flour Customers.
The customers we want are those
who require the highest possible qual.
ity. Some of our best customers are of
this class. They have come to stay.
There is not much satisfaction in gain.
ing as a customer a man for whom any.
thing is good enough. We like the
critical kind. They appreciate "Clif
ton" flour. We invite the most care
ful investigation. We want you to
compare "Clifton" flour with the best
of other brands. People who do this
choose "Clifton" and stick to it. "Clif
ton" fiour customers are satisfied cue
The Fidelity Mutual Life
Mr B. F. Gnittin, one of the most
prominent merchants of Newberry
writes us as follows:
Newberry, S. C., April 9th, 1902.
Mr. F. G. Spearman, Gen. Agt., New
berry, S C.
Dear Sir: After a thorough exam
ination of tbe plans and secuirity offered
me by the Fidelity Mntual Life Insur
ance Company, and af ter a careful com
parison of its rates and policies with
those of other companies, both of which
were submitted to me for my accept
ance. I took a policy in the Fidelit3
on my life for four thousand, and latei
took out t wo more thousand. You cat
infer how highly I regard your c6m
advise all desiring Insurance to in
vestig ate the Fidelity's plans before in
With best wishe-s. Yours truly,
B F. GRIFFIN.
MAVING% HANK LIFE INsURANCE.
Life Insurance is the best Saving:
1st. Because, if you die after making
the first deposit, your family receivet
many times as much as you have depos
2nd. After having miade annual de
psits for more than three years, yo'
calorwa eaoal aet
loan alueow atL apeolc le rahte oth
Fourt. ai em orisrne
For aey appd tforisan,o
ana .ny appl toAMN Gn g.
F.G PAMN, enry. .
NTawharov. R (1
lelicious and wholesome
OWDER CO., NEW YORX.
Result of an Accident.
in giving the list of those against
whom true bills had been found in the
court of sessions the namp of F ".
Sligb, a witness which was written on
the pap&r, was- accidentally given.
There was against him no charge what -
ever. He was the chief witness for the
prosecution in the Utter ci,e.--The
You can make your bar.
ness as soft as a glove
and as tough as wire by
using EUREKA Har..
ness Oil. You can
lengthen its life-make it
lst twice as long as it
makes a poor looking bar.
iess like new Mde ofEa
pure. heavy bodied oil, es- 7
ial prepared to with
in cans-all sizes.
Made by STANDARD Cl c1 \
YOUNG JACK for service. Appl%
So A. L. Knighton.
tf M M. BUFORD..
REPAIRING old and new. Putting
down Carpeta and Matting, recan
ing Chairs, Upbolstering Lounges,
Sofas, etc. Prices moderate. Leave
orders at Herald and News office.
Wesley Means will he f,,und hereafter
at the store next to E Y. Morris' on
tf WESLEY MEANS.
HAVE things up to date. Send your
Collars and Cuffs to Newherry
I Steam Laundry.
N ICE assort?.nent Chrysanthemums,
na8 Lned varieties, at 15c per dozen,
for sale by R. J Miller.f. 2t
N) bundle too smna,1, none too large,
Nto have our attention.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
'TOREBiOUSE for Rent-For sale
or rent. Also a two-borse farm to
rent. A pply to Antine Buzhardt. t&f tf
REMOVED-I have moved my jew
.Luelry establishment into the store
occupied by Pelham's china hail and
will in the future be in a better posi
tion to serve the public. I keep con
stantly on band, Gold Watches, Dia
mond and wedding rings, jewelry,
silverware, cut glass. clocks and novel
ties. Remember I am prepared to fit
difficult eyes with glasses. Yours for
trade. J. GUY DANIELS.
C ALL at The Herald and Newu ottice
for Laboe contracts, Rent con
tracts, Liens, etc.
.A,LL business th at's business is "re
ciprocity" business. We ueip
those who help us; it pays us and them.
.The Ne wbt rry Steam Laundry.
IF you h've autto find do no't hesi
tate to ti us. All complaints are
carefully cousid-red at the New berry
(CLEAN LINEN pays. In order to
--have it this way send it to 'New
berry Steam Laundry.
LRESS MAKING-Al.kinds of dress
makcing, children's clothes a spe
cialty. Prices reasonable
MRS. J. T. PRESSON,
Fourth door from opera bouse
t&f 8t Nance street.
It dosn't pay to be a
mile behind the band
wagon. Be in it and
let the other feliw do
the following. Moral.
Send your laundry to
the Newberry Steam
The painting season is at
hand and we are ready to
supply your needs with
Let us figure on the paint
for your house. S. W. P. xiii
prove tLe best and most
economical paint you can
Full co1or cards for the
SOLD BY ---""""
I Newberry, S. U.
1 zC GI SI
At the lowest po
be had for the san
goods. We do n
goods. We do
good money and il
you worthless go
cleAn cut business
ers from loss by s
full lines of
Dry Goods, Dress Goo
Our stores are ful
ask you to visit uC
lowest prices. N
tations and a big
select from. You2
When we advertise we hi
advertise to sell and sell
1ying. 5000 2 lb cans t
other Bargains sold in le
There are some who,
after the early bird has c
then say, why you adver
goods We say to these,
ments, come at once, fi
There are those who tak
IER IS ANOTE EYI
1,500 Cans 31b Tomatoes, 10e per
2,00 1bcan byrup apples,bcspt
1,000 2b cns Syrup Peaches 8c55
500 21b cans Cherries, (god enou~
We have bargains for every one in
Clothing and Shoes. We bought our g
to keep warm. New goods arriving dai
0. K LE]
If you are open to
conviction and would
like to get the best
KODAK made, buy the
We carry a full line ofta
KODAK MOUNTS, 1
We will be glad to
have you call and see
our line before buying.
ssible prices to
ie high grade of
ot sell shoddy
not take your
n exchange give
ods. Our's is a
,done in a clean
ect our custom
1lfing them wor
We carry fine
ds, Silks, Hosierv,
, Girls i Babies.
I of goods. We
. We promise
, fair treatment,
good stock to
ave the goods, but we
we do. Goods go a
omatoes and a lot of
ss than two weeks.
awake at last, come
aught the worm and
tise and dont have the
,Watch our advertis
or delay is dangerous.
e advantage of every
~rade, 8c per can.
h for Prince Henry) 9e per can.
every line, especially Dry Goods,
:oods while competition'was blowing
r the best at the lowest,
The Fair and Square Dealer.
We handle all kinds of disinfect
Moth Balls for putting away win
er clothes, blankets, etc.
Antiseptic Soaps for washing the
inens, towels and other articles.
Bed Bug Poison,
md other requisites for a general
hoeann to.us, No. 133, and we will
nsure you prompt delivery.
Cigars and Tobacco,
Mayes' Drug Stare.
Sell Wiley's Candies.