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For the next two or three weeks Mr.
Jno. W. Earhardt will be in charge of
the paper and the office, and any cour
tesies extended him will be appreciated.
Any work left at the office will have.
The Busnesa of tbe Court 'inished Wednes
day Aft's ilOn-Pre-sentmtnt of the
The business of the criminal couri
was brought to a close Wednesday af
ternoon, and after the issuance of
few special orders by His Honor, Judg(
Watts, the court was adjourned.
The following cases were disposed ol
State vs. Charley Bradley-rape an<
assault with intent to ravish - no
prossed as to first count. Plead guilt3
on second count. Sentence - eigh1
months on county chain gang.
In the case of the State vs. Elijal
Edwards, Thomas Gary, Isaiah San
ders, Viola Edwards and Manus Ruff
charged with the murder of Butler Ki
nard, the grand jury found no bill as t<
the four last named, and they were re
leased from custody. They were re
quired to give bond, however, to ap
pear as witnesses at the next term o:
court. Elijah Edwards, who, it is sup
posed did the killing, is still at large.
GRAND JURY'S PRESENTMENT.
To His Honor, R. C. Watts, Presidin;
We, the Grand Jury most respectful
ly submit the following report, viz.
That we have carefully considered anm
acted upon all bills of indictment hand
ed to us by the Solicitor. That com
mittees were appointed at the las
term of court to examine the count:
offices, and report as follows: Exami
nation was made of Treasurer's office
vouchers were checked and found cor
rect, books kept nicely and office ii
good fix and nicely arranged. Auditor'
books were found kept very neat an
in such a way that it was a pleasure t<
see the work done in such a manner
The Sheriff's office and books . were
found in good shape and arranged il
such a manner that everything can b
seen and examined easily. The Super
intendent of Education's office was ex
amined and vouchers checked and al
school funds accounted for. Tb
Supervisor's office and papers were ex
amnined and checked off with the Treas
urer's books and found correct. W<
.found the books of the Clerk of Court
Master and Judge of Probate all neatl:
kept, and to the best of our knowledg<
* are correct.
The Dispensaries at Newberry ani
-Prosperity were examined, finding th
- financial part of them correct, a]
* ~ moneys being accounted for. In som'
respects we find the law not being com
plied with, viz.: That the requests fo
liquor is not signed by parties filmn
same, but by the dispenser. We fin<
that this is the case at both Newberr:
and Prosperity. This is a violation o
the law-see section 10, page 132, act
of 1896, and we recommend that prope
steps be taken to adjust matters. W<
find that in turning over the request
to the Auditor, that the law require
an oath be taken that no liquor ha
been sold except' as the requests turne<
over shows, section 12, page 133, act
1896; .this has not been done, and wi
recommend that the law be carried ou
in this respect. We find that both see
tions 10 and 12 have been utterly ig
All Magistrates' books have been ex
amnined except those of W. C. Sligh
J. H. Williams and Frank W. Fant
who failed to appear after notice wa
given through both papers of the coun
ty. Magistrate Sligh reports that h<
has no docket book, but has made ap
plication repeatedly for one. We fin<
only two certificates of appointment o:
constables by the magistrates, which i:
required, viz: Magistrates Ropp an<
Williams having the same constable
We find nothing to show that Magis
trates Counts and Ellisor have ap
pointed constables. We find that bonda
of some constables have been misplaced
but duplicates have been fnrnishe<
during court. We also find that C. G
Blease, a minor, has filed bond and i
acting ec~sable for Magistrate Chap
We found bonds of all county officers
recorded and sufficiently strong.
We find the Coroner's books arn
We find that there is need of anothey
house at the County Home so that the
inmates of the different sexes can b
kept separate. All inmates seem to be
satisfied as could be reasonably ex
We beg to call the attention of the
court to the fact that the drain at the
"cut off,'' near Saluda Old Town, has
never been opened by the Southern
Railroad, also that a drain at Pomaria,
between the embankment and trestle
of the Southern Railroad has never
been opened. We recommend that these
be attended to at once.
We also notice that needed repairs
.on jail have not been made, as was
recommended by us at April term of
We recommend ttat Mr. Charlton
Cromer be allowed pay for the care and
board of one Miss Ann Gary, n~ invalid
84) years old.
We desire to condemn the act of our
County Coroner in allowing or ordering
the body of one Jerry Barksdale, the
negro supposed to have been murdered
near Whitmire, S. C., to be buried
w ithu a cofn;m the said body simply
being put in a shallow grave with a bag
covering the body and then dirt to fill 1
the grave. I cz
We recommend that our clerk be I m
paid the usual fee. t.
Respectfully submitted, w
Jos. H. Hunter, Foreman. cc
We have been requested by Magis
trate Chappell to publish the following fi
from the Acts of 1901, of the State of b,
South Carolina, relating to the appoint- u:
ment of magistrates and defining their
jurisdiction, power, duties, etc., which w
is to be found in section 1, of the Act as
named, on page 689: "Each of the said B
magistrates may appoint a constable,
who shall receive the same salary as tl
the magistrate appointing him, in lieu o
- of all fees in criminal cases, and each g
t constable shall also receive five cents
per mile each way for conveying pris- n
oners after conviction to the jail or o
F chaingang. * * * * Each magis- o
trate shall file with the Clerk of Court
I of Common Pleas and General Sessions b
1 a certificate of the appointment of his c<
r constable, and said constable before en- t]
t tering upon the discharge of his duties, s;
shall file with the said Clerk a bond in
i the penal sum of two hundred dollars
- in the form now required by law for
- We are informed that the bond re
> quired in this section can be found on
- file in the office of the Clerk of Court.
. Look Pie&.ant. Please.
f Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
- 0., can do so now, thou b for years he
couldn't because be soffered untold
agony fr.m the w"r,t form of in is"
tion. All phvic,a; s ani inm " f s
f-uled to help bun t,l be trid Eic:i
BitterS, which wo k d -uch w r!( is for
him that be d-clarts th y ra a od
- d to suiff r-r. f"mn 1 sp-.p-ia and
stomach troub c s. U ri it for - 4;+
eases of th' Sr ni:Q, Lver ad K-d
neys, they ' U d un id !ivt n. life
to the whole systo. Try th'tn. Only
50: Gunrarte"d by all . ruggsts
A Mad Inog Killed.
- A mad dog was killed at Mr. W. A.
Fulmer's residence on Wednesday.
Mrs. Fulmer was in the yard when the
a dog ran in and snapped at her. She
s called in the street hands who were
i working near there and they succeeded
p in killing the dog. It is not known who
the dog belonged to nor where it came
A YOUNG LADY's LIFE SAVED.
At Pasaama, colombla by l.bamberlatn a
.1 ColIe, Ubolera and Diarrhoea R. mnedy,
e Dr. l'has. H. Utter, a prominent phy
- sician of Pa.nama, Colombia, in a re
.cent letter states: "Last March I bad
eas a patient a young lady sixteen years
of age, who had a very bad attack of
dysentery. Everything I prescribed
i for proved ineffectual and s,he was
e growing worse every hour. Her parents
were sure she would die. She had be
come so weak that she could not turn
Sover in bed. What to do at this critical
e moment was a stur.y for me, but I I
11 bought of Chamberlain's., olie, cholera e
e and Diarrh'ea Remedy and as a last
resort prescribed it The most wonder
ful result was e ffected Within eight
r hours she wats feelIingr much bette'r; in
S-ide of three days she was upon hea
f eet and at the ind of one week was en
tirely well " For sale at Smith's drug
store, Ne wberry, and Aull, Hentz & Co.
r Half the pe -pie in the world, if
e ~they had their way, would start a
s substantial (dinner with the dessert.
s A bumblebee makes his greatest
Sstrike in the world of industy' going
t ~ All were~ saved.
"For years I suffered such untold
-misery from Brouco itis," writes J. H.
Johnstou of Broughton, Ga., "t hat of
-ten I was unable to work. Then, wheni
everything else failed, I was wholly
curedl by Dr. King's N--w Discav-ry for
Consumption. My wife suffered in
s tensely from As bma, till it ured her,
-and a'll our experience goes to show it
is the best t'rouo medicine in the
Sworld.". A trial will con,vince you it's
- unrivaled for Throat and Lung dis
I eases. Guaranteed hatt les 50c and $1.00
g rial bottles free at all druggist.
-mHE TRUSTEES OF ST. PHILIP'S
- I.school, Township No. 11, will hold
-a meeting on Friday, August 15, 1902,
at 4 p. in., for the purpose of electing1
a teacher. Applications must be handed
to either of the undersigned.]
W. F. KOON.
D. A. RUFF.
R. C. SLIGH.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS"
t1for damages against the Commis
sioners of Public Works caused by the
sewer lines running through private
property, are requested to file such
claims at the Commissioner's office on
or before Saturday, August 23d, 1902.
. F. M. BOYD, Supt.
ALL OVERSEERS ARE HEREBY
L.notified to work their roads and
put same in good condition by Septem
oer 1st. Any one interested in a road
not having an overseer will please no
tify me at once.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
Mrs. R. C. Williams ~
the ladies of Newberry
'and vicinity that she Ci
has opened an Ex~
change for the pur- w
chase or exchange of Ia- co
dies', children's and men's
second hand clothing, and
solicits their patronage. of
Persons on business will d
beteaen9al attenExchnge m a
Crotwell Hotel, first floor,
htwaan Q n m n ne n rn
Tr ibnr. of rKec."t.
Our Band of Hope has again been -
died to mourn the death of one of its
embers. The Heavenly Father has
ken from us one of our little ones,
e trust, to be with Him who loves and
tres so tenderly for the Lambs of the
Thomas 1)avid Bradburn was a faith
.l, conscientious and affectionate mem- 1
er of our temperance for five years,
ntil his death July 23d, 1902.
Faithful in that he was absent only t
'hen hindered by personal sickness,
nd always cheerful in the duties of the J
and, therefore be it
Resolved, 1st. That we recognize in
ais affliction the wisdom and goodness
f God and his right "to do as seemeth
ood in his sight."
2nd. That we cherish in loving re- -
iembrance the memory of this little tL
ne who has gone to a fuller knowledge *
f Him who he desired to honor.
3d. That a page in our minute book
e devoted to his memory, and that a
:>py of these resolutions be handed to 1
e bereaved family as a token of our
ympathy as a Band.
Sadie Pearson, C
Aug. 9, 1902. Committee.
In every town
may be had,
.. that makes your
lello Central!----Give Me 48
to Nowborry Granite Front
Tbey have all kinds of Bread
atent Bread, Milk Bread,
Graham Bread, Cream Bread,
Cap Bread, Rye Bread,
Cimmel Seed Rye Bread,
Boston Brown Bread.
Largest assortment of fresh, fancy]
>kes ever shown bere. before.
Orders taken by Telephone and de
ivere-d free of charge as we have outt
ur new delivery wagon.
Call and see us, or ring up Phone C
H. A. Meyer & Son.
n large varieties from
cheap Stick Pin to a
INE GOLD WATCH.
Call and examine my
tock before buying.
Jeweler and Optician.
- OF -
FOR SALE BY
aOli0 Badi of NBogiff S C
(EsTABLISHED IN IS7j1.
Lpital----- -- --$150,000.00
irplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General b,ankin~ b,u.ines, transac1Ced
t promnptness special ettention to T
'lection . Correspondeene solici ;d p
Savings Department. p
Depoits allowed i nterest at the~ rate
4 per cent per annum from date of 1
posit.. Interesi payable Janunary !s' pJ0
d i~ st of each year. e
\i. A. CARLIsLE, l>rest. ur
T1 X.MSIDONSA , Cashie. C'rlo
For o ress.
i : , .) . k I a c.. LL ,i f
L' f+"r C(Mo n r ''hird (C'on
}l!( lr( to "r..)~ I]IhlC
u .o . to anttounc'
N. a:s y w-i a- a (":ndl,iate
r -- E :nt:teThird Conrs
Fj t to 'he actior of (
- 1n tj .r r I lection.
H.N'..I1LA, OF At3BEV1tLLE,
L t'' :" ' nt'lunce( a Can:l(ate
t the' Third Congre-c;
S i the Democrat' pri
},;eld to abide the res ul
" t K() b'.. a'I,t. L' ESQ., O' AN- }
rt 1: ~rehy announe l as a
i:. ' :. ('..neress from th:Ti:rd r
oogn r" District, and is pidged
> -:nult of the )emoe:atie
iit.l:: t'" '(. u.n.l
nA v(C 1 my.(-f a a can":.t:e
L"nr r in the Thi i Di.irt
it t h. .ction :+f the I lemo: ra:
I ~~ ctioni.
E. M. RUCK EI JR.
SiIR F' SMI'Ei O_)I Pi('KENS,
herAy announced k.i a canc i
a e ( ,cess f;cm the Third Con
re- r: D ri, and is pledged to
n c .t' esu.. f the )em(,.ratic pri
. ;.. STRIBBLING OF WAL
:V -:. Oconnee County, is her"
y ann1onefr: d as a candidate for Cou
r'.. :'ron L.: Third Con'ressIo-.
)i-tri. La i,! Democratic Primary
nu oile: to abide the result oi' tt:e
kr .cute of Represen
W. HIGGINS IS ANNOUNCED
a candidate for the House of Rep
esentatives, and is pledged to abide
he result of the Democratic primary.
[ HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
a candidate for the House of Rep
esentatives from Newberry County,
ubject to the rules of the Democratic
)rimary. ELBERT H. AULL.
[ ANt candidate for r,-e c;ion to
th-t lo:s- anti will abide . "su!t
if th:, p:mary:+". JNO. F. i ;A NK-.
[ AM A CAN D[iDAT.e e t1O" II -
Ieetion' a4s a mnember of t'' jj;j.
d Representative suhje+: o.e
f the D%.-riocr:ttic part.. -
Fred U. iDmr b
F A . J h . K I B L 1 a -
t _ no-1e"t C.t;!i ir c,,. ;b -,.
rf Re.!resentaa v,-, :t''1 Tt t r i.(,
bid. th'jr.su of the .Dm :
[ HERE3Y innounce my. :;'t a
candidate for the Hou=e of R("p1r',
entatives and will abide the resu'+ of
e Democratie prim ary eleclion.
W. II. SANDER~S.
rH1EREBY ANNOUN('E MYSELf?
a s a candidate for the Hlous'e of Rer
esenatives anid pledge myself to abide
he result of the primary election.
JNOI. M. TAYLOR.
of West, End.
For County Suipervisor.
[ 11EitEBY AN NOUNCE M YSELF
as a candiaate for Supe'rvisa.r for
'e County of Newherry, aind pie"e
vse.' to aid the resulit of the Demi
e~ratic primary e-lection'.
JOhN B1. BEDENB3AUGH.
R.J. Y. PLOYDI) H!RK1BYr A
- fmuce Iis 9.coU'a irr Courty
" rv0r s is pledged to abide the
esult of the Democratic primary el?c
[HEREBY announce myself a cardi
[didate for County JSupervisor for
~ewberry, and will abide the result of
he primary election.
JORDAN R. GREEN.
rD. RAMAGE is hereby an
. nounced as a candidate for
~ounty Supervisor, aind is pledc to
bide th'e result of th'. J :n: -.rarie
[ HER'EBY ANNOUNCE MYS-ELP
a candidate for County Supe:rv.s.r,
ubjct to the rules and regulations of
he Democratic primnaey.
GEO. W. SWI EN BERG.
[ HEREBY announce myself as a
can didate for rounty Supervi-or
f Newberry Counfy. anid plede my
elf to abide the result of the D enm
ratic primary election.
T. 0. ST EWA RT. Jr.
TOHN M. SCHUMPERi' IS HERE
by nominated as a candlidat' for
~ounty Supervisor~ and ;s plIedged to
bide the result of the primary.
I MUNROE WICKER IS HEREBY
J announced a candidate for County
;upervisor for Newberry County and
edged to abide the result of the Dem
For Sub Supervisor.
[ llEREBY ANNOUNCE M"
s5lf a candidate for Suu-Super
isor and plectge myself to abide tber
ut of t he Democratic primary eleced- n.
G.SAM MOOR E.
[ HEREB3Y ANNOUNCE' M YSELF
a c!4ndidate for Suht Sumecvier for
ewberry County, and pledge miyself
> abide the re-ult of the D.mocratie
irimary. .1 M. N ICHOLS.
CALIHOUN SINGLEY IS Hi ER E
.l Sbyvi anunce a caindidate for
uh uprv-o ad .spLide d toabide
Sresult of the Democra! i* primary.
ENJAMIN HA LIFACRE [s~
1hereby announcd a adhiate~
ir Sub-Supervisor. and is pledged to
)ide the result of the Democratic pr-i
~ AL ['ER P. COUNTS IS H E RE
byh announced as a candidate for
uh-upervisor for th*' county and a
leded to abide the result of the ']
00 THE DEMOCRATIC VuITERt1,
LofNwer County: We !ak1 -
leaure in announclig the name < f t
A. ( Ki blr as a cand idam' ? for i
De' of su b Supervisor, and pti'de * .
yding faithb in the re-ub ,. DI n i
or Counmy Treasurer
H ER EBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
.a candidate for the office of (County
easu rer of Newberry County, and
edge myself to abide the result of ther
('mocrat ie primiary election.\
WV. WV. McMORRZIES.
10 r * 1 t EtIl-L . fr i~
L.ot t1i~o EPPon ntRE Ir -i
r-norn d absra Cmnty,and fo e
edi oaietereuto h )Il
w rticnt trmr ectiofon ty Lr
er for Newberry County, and is t
siged to abide the result of the Dem- i
.--14 neinse plention. L
VI LIA M \V. C1OMEi is her'bv
anncme(i as a candidate f.r
.(itor for N"'wh."rry County and i
:(eed to aide the result (i he
) .L%crat ie primary election.
110":N IUS El'TING IS [1 EN iEh Y
l announced aQ a (and ir:t' fo.
unyAudito r anid i. pled,r'd( -: a( i
- r 'e- ' (of i I Dl :no -- - Ol ru)(":
IIH LO)NGSII( )iE i:. bi ',". :a'
ILi. nOUni a1 aL candiiate -
)utyv AUditor and is pled d t) abid
result of the Democratic lr;mar.s
For Probate Judge.
[ HEHlEBY ANNOUNCE MSl
: , anid ida e f r -.cti--n to
t' otlic"' of Probate Judge for New
irry ounty, and pledge ms"lf t
.de ; he re-ult of the Democratie pr
W. W. HODGES
it. A S. WELLS IS HEREBY
a':Ounced hs a candi:<'- for
ronate .Judgc o Newberry c',t: V.
)( l t)iedved to abide by the re,ul-s
the )emocratie primary Elce'ion
THE FRIENDS OF MR. .INO .
Wilson her-by nominate him as
candidate for Probate Judge of New
)rry County and pledge him to abide
ie result of the primary election.
ior County Superinten
dent of Education.
S. WHEELER is hereby an
. nounced as a candidate for
'ounty Superintend(nt of Educatiion
,d is pledged to abide the result ('f
.w Democratic primary.
EUG. S. WERrS IS HEREBY AN
nounced a:, a candidate for (ounty
up-rintendent of Education anti :
,'edged to anide the result oft th.- pri
HOS . E. WVICKER I HEREBY
announced a c andidau- f(-r" County
superintendent of Eliueaion. ,(d ib
"ledecd ') ahi':'a the resuit of t he D:m
1.H. CH a.PIELL i_ h.reby an
. Ouncer as a candi"a'e for Mag
tra-, for Tiv'nhtip', Nos 1. 2 .and 8
nd a: pledged to abide the resuit o
he D mot-rat.ie primary eleciion.
B F. 1) \ Y IS HEREBY A N
, ounc,t a cm nudiiat for Ma,-is.
tratf for 'T) vns)ip' Nos. 1, 2 and 8
tid pledged to abide the result of
he D mocratic primary.
To THE DEMO:RATIC VOTERS
,if Nos. 1, 2 anu 8 iown-bip: I
iere'v announce myself as is candidiate
for A agistrate for the above meni(nec
['own-rips, and pledge myseif to abidt
he result of the primar-y.
R C. MAYBIN.
LII.EREBY ANNOUNCE \IYSE[A
. andidate for Magistrate 14?
Tow .bips Nos. 1, 2 and 8, and pledg<
mys- to ah!.de the result of the Demo
~rat prmar . C. ~ MERCHA NT.
RfI C. B. T1DWELL is hereby an
iV nounced as a canrlidate f--r Mme~
trat' for Townships Nos. 1. 2 and 8
and i; pledged to ab'de sthe resub~ o
the )rimary election.
T C. SLIGH IS HEREBY AN
q nouniced as a candidae fIu
kas' tral e for Townsnip No. 5, and
oe al' to abide thle resui!t of the Dom
acrr Mic primary. Yoler:
I KiEREP,Y ANNOUNCE MlYSELJ
a a ca id:te f r Magistrate fron
Towript No. 6, and pledge myself t<
iide :he . -t of hbe L)ymrocrat'c pri
mary &'etion J. H WILLIA MS.
J NO. W. ROPP IS HEREBY AN
nounced a candidate for re-elee
tion as Magistrate for Township No. 7
subject to the rules and regulations o
the Democratic primary.
MR FP. B. ELLESOR is hereby au
ncounced as a candidate for re-elee
tion as Mag istratr. for No. 10 Townshi p
and is p;edged to abide the result o:
the primla.ry election.
I ElmEBY ANNOUN(CE MYSELI
a e ' odateforMagis rare 4'
Townshi -No. 10 and pledge myse:f (C
bid'- t'e result of the Demoeratie pri
mary. J. C. WILSON.
COLIN L. GRAH AM is herebyv an
'nmii das a cand'date for. Ma,n
:rate for N'. 11 Township and is rbded
abide tie r.'sul's of t b' D m- ern'
primarx e 'rin.
I- HEREI;;Y annunce mnyrlf a ga
(1 .Te ft- Magistra?e for. Tm)wv'7
No 11, -.ud pl (de my) Vef !o ahi b- IL
ut ofa r mary eleerion
In preparing prescriptions at
We are governed by the rules of
.ecu racy, care and prom ptness.
'ere is no drug store in the State
bat can~ serve von better. Whether
on s-'ad oir come yourself, you get
ie best attention always.
It dosn't pay to be a
nile behind the band
vagon. Be in it and
at the other feliw do
he following. Morri.
end your laundry to
he Newberry Steam
I. IIt ~ ' S
GOOD C I3DE'DS
W[ hv Bits unpIedi
GrNEWERRY c. C.~
Fittings determine the
coziness of the home.
ee us before furnishing
yours. We are receiv
ing new goods every
day. Big line of new
mattings just received
e's Greatest Remedy
FOR DISEASES OF THE
ans Prescribe it,
atients Depend on it, and
At R. J. Miller's Restaurant meals '
mn be had at all hours on short no
ee. Fish, steak and all seasonable
(shes served. The Restaurant will
>t be closed down during the sum
er, but will be in full blast to serve
e publie with the best the market :
~n afford. Prompt, polite and at
ntive servants always glad to serve
I also keep one of the choicests
ocks of Fancy Groceries ever
ought to this city. Call to see me.
GREENVILLE. S. C.,
I ILL BEGIN THE NEXT SESSION
Son Wednesday, September 17th,
'. Location convenient and health
Courses of study elective or lead
to B. A. and M. A. Degrees. Full~
ps of instructors and ample mess ac
amodations. For other mnformation
>y to the President.