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Local and Special.
Beth Eden Lutheran Church.
S evie every w w ,-Ptcs, i , tai f olrt
Saudai:., at 1i . u "
. ..r t-' r
)ttice opens. t
trains per schedule -iz
For Columbia . i
For Greenville at;d the Wt.. o
For Laurens.. -
U ffice will remi .....n ntil.... : p it
Cls .......................................... trr 1 tt
H.. M(W,otX P. l1.
Mr. T. ). Kinard will givea tarbecue
at the residence of Rev. J. A. Sligh oin
Friday, July l8th. Dinner 40e: ladies
35c. Come one and all.
One Red Mileh ('ow, with erumpnled
horns; strayed about ten days ago. Lib
eral reward if returned to
It RLEASE & ('AFJiss.
In the Lutheran Church in May last
a sum oftnoney. The owner may have
the same upon identifying it -anl pay
ing for this notice. I t.
Ely's Celebrated Turnip Seed.
We have a large supply. None bet
ter. For sale by
R>':rL'rER, HO'sE AT. & K1 i:i.t-i:.
The Old .Men's )enuocratit" ('1hib of
Township No. I will;tnet"t in tlt ('ourt.
house this Tur:'day aftertt,n at (
The Young Meni's I)eltocratic Club
- will meet in the Council Chatmbers
* 'l hursday evening, July 10th, at ; p. tm.
.The Carolina Denocratic Club will
meet in the ('nn-il Chamber Thursday
night, July 10th, at .:;n o'clock, to
elect delegates to the County ('orven
TO THE PUBLIC.
Owing to continued advance in the
price of ice, and the unsettled coin
dition of the Ice market, I ani abso
lutely forc:d to advanee the price
of ice. I also. earnestly beg to assure
iny patrons that I will exert every effort
to supply them at the lowest possible
SA M B. JO.!".:s.
At at a meeting of the (armnany Al
liance on the 6th inst. the following
oticers were elected:
President, C. F. Boyd: Vice--Prsi
dent, .1. C. Adams; Secretary, W W.
McMorris; Treasurer, B. 1.~ Can non; I
Chaplain, James I. N(Graw.: Door
keeper, A. W. Oxnter; Assistant Doc r
keeper, J. W. Wilson; L ecturer, \n
tine Buzbardt; Assistant Lecturer, .. i
. Brown; Sergeant at Arms, 31. L.
Dickert; Business Agent, T. B. Liz
sey; Su-Trustee, H. C. Wilson. t
Peabody Sch1olarsiip. q
A cornpetitive exarnination 'wil1 be
held at Ureenvi!le on Wednesday, July
2)3, at 1n o'clock, a. rtn., for the Peabodv t
Scholarshiips in the Nashville Normntal r
The ap)plicant mlust be sevenoteen 0
years old., presunied good health, de- a
clanre his or her ittention to niake P
teaching.a profession, and to teach in
the public schiols of his or her ownm a:
State at least twvo years, fteei p
portunity. fteei l
Theuccesfulcanida:te geta .iy) a tI
year for two years. ft.
The exantinatlin covers the usual
elementary branches. Newberry has n
won several of these scholarships and S
she might easily win rtore. There are
two to be awarded.
Mfason's Imiproved Fruit Jars and
Jelly Glasses at
t BoozER's Hardware Store.
We have a eh >ie0 line of IThe > s N
Mcelntosh & Todd. tf
The supetrintentdent of Our' Graded Seltool.
Jo HNSTON. July .- -Prof. .J. T.
Brown, principal of the academy here
. goes to take charge of the Hf
graded schools it Newberry. It was
sd of the inmortal "Stonewall .Jack
son" that he billed each successive place .:
in the military bierachy with increased Tt
ability and distinction. Those who
know Professor Brown predliet the b
same for hint as a teacher. HeI is a~ born b
ruler and teacher of vouth, starting
mmediately from collegse to begitn hig at
chosen p)rofession. I question his hav- ]
lng a superior among the teachers of fr'
r* he State.-Special to the Charleston a
WXorld. - | bt.
- - - '.Pu
Pianos and Organs.t low prices and C
easy terrns. Rest instru ruenits only.
First class Singing Schiools taught. L
See nme or write for particulars.
tf L. A. HAWK [Ns, Newberry, S. C. d
Spectacles and Eye G lasses of ail I
kinds and prices at .Johni F. Speeks. 1 froi
TownIship) No. e' will furntishi several ret t
candidates for county ot-liees, who, will Rtai
be announcedi later. iO
On)re of the ptulic roadls in this town
ship has ntot been woke this year. I t to(
nzeeds it very biad.
Mr. Jacob B. Felers, one of or r,ttst ree<
prosperus :ttil proigressive fairmers, go0
harvested a little ov.er I,00 d;o (.zen bun- Co1n
dIles of oats t hiis year. Wh Io cant beat
The l'armners are "lay ig by'' the Iir weu
crops, andI will soon lie rcady to take wh<
t heir mnucht teeded rest. Thie cropS it, t
look line. J. W.~ P. El. i
Tothe readers of Thre Hra;ld :uz,l
News, will be ptlteased to learn that.
there is at leaist one direadet1d disearse
tat sciene has been aleh to cure in all e.a
its stages, andI that is ( 'atarrh. H all's .erk'
Catarrhr Cure is thie tonly pttsitive cure I
now known to thte mtedical fraterntity.
Catarrht beitng a t'onst it utitonal dIisea.se
requires a cot nst it utionial treatmient. -~f
H allPs (Catarrhr ( ure is taken inmterntally. trl
acitn rg directlyu nt rbe bilood :uid li.r'
mucous)11 surfaces of the system, hrb
tdestroyinig the founda i' of th diet,
anid Zi vinig t he partientI st rrnth Itv
buzildinig upI thie'trnstitu ion and1 aii:ssi'4
ing nature ini doing its work. The *
p)rtoprietors have so mituch fai thI ini its
curative potwers, that they otter ()ne for
Hundretd Doliars fi>r arty case that~ it
fals.t cure. Sendt fi>r list oft testimo-j
Address, F. .J. CH EN EY & r o..
Toledo, 0. ,the
.gWYSold by D)ruggist-i, u5.'
Ho I Was(',ured oit" 5o-Calledi Cauncer. , [
DeaSir Ths i tocertify that I was
a sutt'erer wiith au plalie oni mty undelrlip,
for fourteen year's. andt was utnder treat
nment of di fferent phyi sicianis. bu ther
donte me no good. I htad lost hope />t
being cured by mtedical tre'atmuent. I .e
then wvent to a dt'or livintg ini 1-'orida., firmio
who treated thtemr by art A\f:ter goinig is at'
to htimi it got well, aplparenitly, for a ot hetr
while, but ret urnteti as bad as ever. I fit' al
Ibhen contcludedl to t ry P. P. P. i Pricklyv meit
ish, Poke lIoot anid Potassiumn , an'd it.
after takint. five bol t's pint siz.e was Houis<
cured. I also lindu it to Ibe a good me<ii
cine to give a gotod appetite anti to give iC er:
prop~er digest ion. yu
L. J. STR ('CKLAxm. Dr. J.
'~oUr5 truh~', j t'roni 1
T" "t l[qot ."Nl) AlLIi:t!T.
It 4tI I,I.; of N wht-I"rry,
S ('ourt legill,.in-re Ile M1lity, :od
will last one w eek if (lhert' is I,i lle",
('apt. II. II. Folk is usliiated Ihis
week a;. :a tauibil:tt for ith I.egi.lature.
.\r. )sh)rne \1els is n(>niunIatel thi.
'eek tir re-t"let.tion to th. ,tliet" of
, .\ nitet ing of t i stockhlulolders of t he
('. N. & L. I. t. will b,e held in (,
Iunibtia o)If '_'ld in.,t.
Hon. (eo- S. Mower is nonlinated
this week tor re-electioIn ts the House
of Rleprese ntat ives.
Saleday lrouglhit a good ianly p(er
sits to tle city. No sales hv the olli
ers of( Court.
Quite a 11n1rner of iiegroes were inl
town oI Monday to get Registration
Mrs. I,osannah I lavird has 1iioved
into the house on Alanis street, which
she bhl,,llt from Eduard Seholtz.
The Newberry Rtiles are thinking of
taking a trip to the iuniitaitls, and go
ing imto ali eicalnpnient during these
'he ('oultv Commissioners have
ptlrchased a vault for the Clerk's ottiee,
dlehvered in the depot here at a cost of
"AbraI:it's Question" will lie the
the,ile of Rtev. W. C. Schnietl'er's ser
11101n next Sundav moriig in the
Cards are out announcing the be
trothal of Mr. M. S. E.p.tin. of Colunt
bia, anid Miss Pauline 1little, of New
Miss Hettie Belle Lake has received
the a; ppoinitniient fronm Newberry to
the Winthrop Training School ill ('
Iiuribia. The exanlifnat ion was hel(I
The congregatiaion of the Newberry
Lu t heran Church on last Sunday voted
unanirnously to give their pastor, Rev.
?'. C. Schaett'r, a vacation of six -
Henry Sp.earnian, of No. 7 Town- 'i
ship, brought to The Herald and News t
of?ice on Monday two watermelons t
grown together front the stein out. A i
genuine curiosity. it
We direct attention to the advetie- n
meint of the Grand Central Hotel, Co- 8
luinbia, h. C. F. W. Seegers is the t:
courteous proprietor. The Hotel is
newly titted up anl every attention Io
The Newberry Building and Invest- N
neut Co. has received its charter and
is realy for business. Applications for
loans must be filed with the Secretary $1
R. H1. Wearn.'T
3d r. Andrewv 4inidquest andi( Aliss e'
Minuie Billings, (au,hter of Mr. Tom
illiigs, carne to Newberry on last t
bridav to celebrate the 4th of July. o
'hey hoarded the afternoon train for t
'lounilia, and when they reached the t
ty secured the services of a minister !i
mid were united in marriage. The I
oung ladv's mother had not looked fa- s
orably on the union, but when it was .h
ver the pair returned to the paterh':d ai
oof on Saturday, and, as our Prosperi- be
v correspondent would say, all was
apl' and serene.
Coca-Cola at Pe:hamn',:. erl
"Coca-Cola renews the vigor of the nn- ti
lleet. and relieves men tal exhiaustiorp T
.nderinsg the flow of thouilght mxore h
sy and the reasoning power more vig- A'
rouis, conduces to mental clearness and
etivity, freedomr froni fatigue and $7
ower of endurance. 4
I t has gairned an enviable reputation at
havmng gdlt cdlge merit, and in inost go~
the large cities of the South has lo;
ena position at the very fr ont of all an
ie leading and most popular soda at
u0ntainl beverages." an<
This popular surnmer beverage fur- 'areC
shierd ice-cold, at 5c. glass. at Pelhami's S)5
Prof. .Jas. P. Kinard, of the Citadelpe
(endemy,v is spend ing his vacation inll
Rev. and Mirs. JT. W. Hlumbert, of arti
>nIway, spen1t last Thiursdlay night in anc
Mrs. L. W. Jonies has ret urnned hlome cirn
>mn Cokesbury. ere<(
Mfrs. TI. C. Pool has returned from aan
it to relatives in A bheville. th"
Mr. Win. M. Lane and' Miss Mattie .,
l(erson left yesterday for New .e'
as. IK. P. Goggans, E'sti., wenlt to ,
gusta on professional buLsiness 4)n
fJiss Norna Russell is visiting her De
>thier, .l. H. Russell, at I)onalds.
M iss Maggie F'elker is visiting friends Lt
-farry HI. Blease, Esq., has returned
Jr. TI. J. Pureell, of AuIgusta, has 12.7
n on a visit to his brother, Mr. C. J. .All
reell, in New berry.
Jr. arn5! Mrs. .101hn IR. Leavell. jr., of
:enwood, ar .istn Col..Jino. IR. Tlota
Ir. Lud Lake cainle hornie last 'Tues
.-He had been to Florida for the Tl
ehit of his health, in th
adet Jenkins Robertson is at homie ofh
ni the Citadel. Te
Ir. Euigen1e G;reneker, after a pleas- -prop
stay at hoyme of several weeks, has ther
irned to his work on the (Carolina lowii
iway. He is dIevelopiing into a Tlota
ily mran. Tota
ri.- NV- V. Henitz, of Pomiaria, went
dennu Springs last Frisday. Tosta
'r~. G eo. A. Setzher, ot P'oma ria, is li"
>verinig fromi his inijuri es, ands has been
e* on: a tnyi to Sweet Springs, Union gaimi
eslrs. .1. I huzhzardt aiid .1. T1. frnoml
z.er, ofi N ewberry, returined last Tfotal~
k fromn the ( itadel Academiy,
-re they bo(th graduaitedi with cred- Tital
b~e former third, the latter sevent hi
eja:ss of thiirty-sevei. T1hev Iitei Tsotal
hiiig tor [lie next two( year-s. Th'l
10rni (5ur statemienit wheni we. say Tlotl
A\sker's IC.iglish lieedy is in s.
.y way sol>ernior to any~ and all at her 'l'ta
arat isos for the TIhroat end Lunrgs.
) h1oopinig Cough aind (roup it is Toatal
ie and relieves at once'&. \Ve cfh-r
a sample bosttle free. Rtemeiinber,
ltemedy~ is sssl on a possitive , To'tal
anitee at Thelher, IHouiseal & lKib - Total
I>rug Store. Rat:ilr<
P'EPPEIIIINTI 00RDhI.AL. To'talI
jpleasan t aIni (certin Il ure rsrtn
I)iart hion, Dy)seintei v, ('hid_
211rbus1 aiini all affectionis (f Is Sn,
)tonlinen' ansd Iowels. canl bo0'
'ejSaredI andi sohi at ease.
?ui:TSO & IL Essin
('orner D)rug Store. :s nls
A lireahy (rowlth. le:T
sr's l:!ssd Elixir ha:s gainesI are abl
isl Is th51 le Arnerican Ipeopsle anid
prearaitiosns. It is at poisitive cure f inest<
Ihasssd andl Sk in I )iseases. TIhie G (;assei
u:aranzteedh andl sold lby Beeier titted
-al & Kihsler, founid.
11n1s adlvaneds ill years feel Han
'er andi strnger, as well as freer and "3
lie infirmities of age, by takinig [to the
H. McLean's Sarsaparilla. onc-e.
II. a1..a, .1 ,-:.%I utt i4tI *.aoai
Ti- .\ ui r f New herrv (' iin
\ \r. W. .. r'lotntr, has uoniuleted
abli trart of t i real ndt t persona! pr
-r"y. \\'e ':tllath'r sorne tu'is arI ligt
11rc,I; it wh-Iit"h ro:Ny ber uf inlt"1re"t tt,
rt Ialr 1t auti tlit iaxla er- (f thle et
Thlis year, :1a"corttitig to law, a 1
awssinent u of rea estate hats bl.
1iadle. I,eturns of persotinal prop.el
are tiat evt'y \ea1, aii :te I,resui
to show% the Vatlue of al! persona1:1 ltr
erty o hand the first ,f .Janiuarv.
1a L.1 . .%an:.
'he foillowi tigugures shAtow the 1t111
her of acres and huildings, with the
value, inl the ditlrrent townships-ot
side of the towns of Newberry, Pr<
l,eritv, ('1appIells and 'olaria:
c , - --
Jutie\I == t =:
'T!p 1 -7c
v -r I V1.
in the town of Newberry there art
S4 lots valued at $1(4,:;20 with (;:
uildings thereon, valued at $347.090
taking a total of$512,u1o, :>r for No. I
ownishiip a valuat ion of real estate and
uildings of $721,475.
lin the town of Prosperity there are
IS lots valued at $18,645 and 127 build
igs on the sate valued at $82,:;s0,
taking a total of lots and buildings of
1,'.25, aiun makig the total real es
te in No. 9 Township $8:12,755.
In the town of ('liappells thereare 14
ts valued at $:;:;0, and 4 buildings
25, inaking the ttal $1,855, and n
o. 7 Township $201,'20.
i the town of l'oiltaria there are S
is valued at $420 anl 6 buildings
,575, making the total inl No. 11
)wIsh ip $1tl1,200.
The total taxable real estate in the
lnty, ineluding the tWnls, is re
rn ed for $',I;_':,100.
The average value 1tr aere, outside
the towns, is a little above $5. In
a. I Township, outsidte of Newbe'v,
e value is a little above $10 per aere.
ie next highest. average by Town
ilps is No. S, where it is a little more
arn $6 per acre. In No. 1 it is a little
Ove $5 per acre. In No. 3 Township
e valuation per acre is the lowest,
ing a little more than $4 per acre.
l'le total value of all personal prop
y in the (ounty returned for taxa
n isS 1,:47, 7111. Ot th is $724,010 is in
warsip No. I, which ineluides New
-ry an $154,sl10 is in towniship No.
bxhich incluides Prosperity..
hIere are L,81(; horses, valued at
,010; there are 4,20:- cattle, valuied at
,G90; there are 2,665 mules, valued
100,QSl5; there are 2,200 sheep and
Lts, valtued at $2,145; there are 3,746
s, valued at!$S,520; there are 578 gold
I silver watches arid p)late, valued
$14,195; there are 255 pianos, organs
I mielodeonis, valued at $14,22~>; there
2,765 pleasutre carriages, valued at
,505; there are I,8;00 dogs. valued at
~30. .The value of all property apl
tairling to lnerchaudise# put at
),645, andL of this $141;,3o Is inl the
un of New berry arid 8;.600 in Pros
roperty applertii ng to manu tfac
3, .$I,515. Value of manufactured
eles on hand for one year or niore,
enginres. tools5, etc., $214,580. Value
tineys', tiniluding bank bills atnd
tilatinig notes, 82, 175. Value of all
hits, $291,775. Value of stocks of
comlpanty or corporation out of
State, except National banks, $1 .-|
Return of insurance comrpanies, |
45. Value of all oIther p)ropertv,
!uml>ia and Green elie Railroad.
tiles at 88,c00 pe mii..$8 11,200
ots ........................... ,100
d and water stations.... 775
hinie shop............. ..... ,t->5 '
fotal...................... 2,400 I
nities at $3,000 per mii... 8 8,100l f
ther property...............1175 ~
I rairoadl property ini tihe ri
ounty assessed for taxa-b
t0........................... .'5,0,75 a
er'e has b)eenl a gain of $221,22& p
e total returns o)ver the assessmtent Tl
is gain is altogethrer in the assess- el
of real pr'operty. 12n personal ai
arty there has beenf a decrease in h:
eturns ais will appear frotm tile fol- Ia
p)ersonlal ty last year...,416,20 wv
ii s y ear-.-----.--......... 1,847,700
loss fro:n la.4t year...... G,:;I
lie ret urn of thle Iandts there has
an1 ine~(rease. There ha:s been a -1
>f 4,-;l acres of l:rnl ini the re- 8
ivrtt of last year, arnd the lY
s invaluation miay h ena
tIre folalowinzg figures: ~ he ~ ac
vailue real estate this sa
value la:st.year............:,32, 125
gain over last year...... 290,975
5 does no't incltude the railroad te
i'ty. Thiere 0iha een a smau:ll (de- all
in I his prloperty over' last yeart as E
hpear fr'off thle followinig: ~ r
value It. It. pop~ety last so0
th is yea................... 19,t;75
dec'rease ini Iailroatsd....... 1,225 St
Rteal Es:ta.te Assessed at$2, t28,0 ,il
lheirrns for C'otrnty.8t...:1,75 su
last year................ ,10,25 t
Lgaini in aull Rleal and ril
'rsonal................... :22t,.t to
A ~Safe lInvestnient.
which is gularanteed to Ling i youf
'tory resul,ts. or in casNe of 'uifure at I-.
2ureltse pfrice. Ofn lifts safe plan, yout
Ira ni o l :r arised tDrugrist a bottle
ing N .\w Discvr o srp
is lOLtrateed to briu'g re'liet in eer
rn Chest. siea'h as Consinl1ti. In itaur
or Lunr'.. Bron~chitIs. A stt,a. W~ hop
1. ( iIu . ete.. etc'. it is ptiisarnt anud
av. to lta'te. perfectly .aft' andi e'in
be' dtt,epende upona. TIrial. att]les free
r2-on & G ihter's )riia Store.
spices, llavorinig ext rac ts, etc'.,
old cheapl bay I\elritoshr &I Todd .
F". Sl.eek hafs thre largest and(
hisplay of Spect'tsele$ atnd Ev
ing in thiis line. Eyes carefully
with thle best glasses to be
you reatd '-Lookintg Backwvard"
?ar'ie Bashikirtsefl''" If not, gioA
Ro)ok Store and get themi at 'itg
Ur r- x
The 'ululation or New I,. -v.
vi \' t renti Iegil. t <rt Th 1,,I l t!aj ao1!
r r ..f w Hc:', l on. jilbrtu 1'. t' 1rter1, .': per
II1tend4t"nt IIf thllt -:I'.1 ntht '..ll ur, ha:s
"atrtlorized tlieenumierattor, ir. L.P.W".
hIls I'i'1er, to furlislI for publil"nttioln the
c p- total nttrinher of inhlab itaut; inl tht" t
res town' 1 ot Newberry. Ihe p,olul:ttionl as
taken't teni yeart . a11, isat1.-1 g1\I In:
T he figures for l.tlla;rl -uhj11to a
-1, liual supe"rvi.it n at IIn-1t: urtter, b'ut ;1
they will not vr one do'n either
I- Two) (11111neration s othett ilnhab itanlts faI
of ~ New ~berry hal~ve bee takent W sinlce
it -Vil0 uner thle<b1reel ion!o th le Town 1,
:ouncil, as follows:
1S 4.................. 2,'6t14 ( t
I A gail of 511 i iI t I1e years.
The '. S. census of Is!"?, colnpared th
iwith the town census of 1..S7, shows a
hiss of 121 inhab,itants in three :,irs. 11
The exodus of niegroes to ti Wst E:
is oue cause tf>r this apparent lo),,. th
TIHE COUNTY ALLIANC ..
l:ir.lutions Eldorsin:z the Sub-TIre.,ry -yl
- At the meeting of the ('ountv Alli- Co
i ane on the 4th inst., the tfollowihng otli- Ca
cers were .electetd: President .Jos. L. W.
Keitt; Vice-P'resident, J. A. Sligh: See- W.
retary, C. F. Boyd; 'Treasurt-r, Beiij. ".
Ialfcre; (haplaIin, Joe C. (Chalmners; P.,
Lecturer, L. P. Mills; Assist:aut .e.- -
turer, John F. Banks; D)oor-keeprt , T. pre
B. Leitzst-y; Assistant. Do.or-kt"IpeIr, vort
Perry Ilalfacre: Ser"geant-at-arins..l',hn 1
C. Neel; Business Agent, \\. I). IIr r.- se
('ounrty Organizer, .lohlll W. e. me IM
Tlhe following resolutiois welt ptsse d: pap
WHiE1.l-:Als, ['he Nati-,natl l"arnl>rs'
Alliance and industrial Union h1s
made certain legislative lennlnIs upon Till
Congress, and 1
WAEREAS, 'T'he District Alliance of ('ou
the :;rd Congressional District has sub- wer
nitted these dentanls to candidates for sixt
the National House of e1p"resenta- lon1
tives, and (Cat
Wit ERE;As, It is e(jually I lpnrtan t i lite
that our United States Senators shoulhi harl
be comnitted to support these d!e- tied
R?esolved, That we will not suppor; (lrav
for the State Legislature candidates bein
who do not pledge themselves to oppose on S
the electeon of any rr,a to the ' . J. 1
Senate if he fails to cor mit hiimself and
fully to support these demuandls. Smiit
Jcsolt"ed, That a copy of fhe de- in ti
nands and these resolutions le fur- to r
nished the county papers for pulblica- Mch
1Iessrs..John D)unean, .J. A. Sligh, gates
Jos. L. Keitt and John W. Scott were ston,
elected to attend the I Ieeting of the rnad<
Congressional D)istriet.Alliane, ('apt. J.
.Jos. L. Keitt was elected delegate toli be re
State Alliance with Col. L. P. Miller in p
as alternate. A committee consisting loth
of Messrs. P. B. Workman, John W. Anti
Scott and H. 11. Folk was appo nted tive.
for the purpose of investigating the gates
matter as to location and cost of con- i. C.
templated warehouse at Newberry. A T. 1
coninittee was appointed to elect cot- Snuitl
ton weigher, at Newberry. Dr.
The following Committees were ap- folio'
pointed: Executive, IR. TV. C. Hunter, WI
L. P. MIiller and( HI. ('. Wilson0; Oni pursu
good of the Order, WV. D). Halfacre, J. seekir
B. Stock man and J. H. Smith. gover
Helea - --electi,
HeeaHerald1iings uad News Notes. on out
Mi1ss Eve Singley is at home again uvill
from a visit to relatives in the county. le88 ol
Mfiss Carrie Sonidley, who has been the 31t
spending some time with Miss Lilian the ci:
Glenn, left for her home last Saturday. her of
Mfiss Lizzie Zobel retuirned last F"ri- inade
day from a visit to Etopia. promi
MIrs. G. A. Ropp and children re- 3d.
turned home Mfonday' from a visit to belief
the lower section of the county-. B3. R.
At a meeting of tihe Helena Demo- m otiv
aratic Club, hel last Mfonday night patrli
Miessrs. .J. M. Bowers and S.'C. Mer:- peoph
ihanit were elected delegate~s to t he ap- ofder
roaching convention. The followino "
*esolutLion was adopted: 4tlash
That it is the sense of this elub that lth.
lelegates elected to thbe Sta te Nominat- lto
ng Convention, 01n 10th September btin
iext, should be selected by- primlary barin
It was also moved and carried that struct
lelegates be elected to serve both Couu- tha
y Conventions. thtg
"'Dash" disappeared on the 4th of the '7
uly-perhaps in tile stamlpede of col- insulte
red people from tile bullets that tilled being
he air in tihe grove on that "glorious J. T.
ay." We learn that the stampede was lutions~
'recipitated by the dangerous shlooting the ny,
f a young negro man from Newherry. The:
le was ill liquor and wantonly inte'r.. adopte,
ered with anid struck, we are told, a vote st
erson wvho was in quiet conversation adopti<
rith another. Whereupon the nimble 17 for a
ist.ol did its work. It is timne the rail- adopte<
>ad authorites put a stop to this thing adopte<
y reftusing the uise of their beautiftul against
rove to excursionists, or irresp)onsible to vote,
arties, at least. The wounded boy,
heodore Richardson, may not recover. C
the stampede several women and ,
iildren fell or were knocked down te'o
id trampled upon. One colored girl th oTi
id her arm broken. "Dash" is or was 1o o
hlandsome bird-dog left with us by fawne,
rs. Oxnuer when she left for Green
ood. S.us Sorer.
- To*r,*t' .1. '
Whether 011 plealsure ben t or business, Ftran k
ould take Onl every trip a bot tle of ( ook, ]
eruip of Figs, as it acts most pleasant- D)av.id
and effectually on tile kidneys, liver Press L
Id bowels, preventing fevers, head
lhesand othler forms of sickness!5. For
he in 50c. andI $1.00 bottles by all lead- A
g dlruggists. The (
- - -- --Reeders
Bucklen's Armesa Salve, elected
lie Rest sntlve in the world for I u ts,res, .JolIlto
uises, I feetrs, SaIIltll!Rheu , F~~eer Sr, et-~
,10 chpjed I uIls. (I C hblits. ( ornsfl aId Presitdeu
es or tno pay r-quItired. It. is anahrnI''-td 10 ( ' t
e pe&rfect sat.isitioll. ir 0'otlntey refun Ith-dI
ie 'a* (cents pir box. Fotr saile by IbtIert- wee
Hemem ber t hat .101hn F. Sp eek dtoe(s Th'le ft
kindis of Watch, ('lock, .Jewelryv and were adi
ectale~ wotrk. Fine work a spe. Where
Ity. ly. of the ali
Disease lies in anmbush for the weak- DemIocrt
eeble conlst itultion is ill adapted t<> spective
eounlter at mIala rious atmuosphiere anid andt whe:~
iden chiaiges of ternpetiratulre, and have ci]
Sleast robust are usually thle easiest chiantel
-tiums. D)r. J. HI. MecLean's Sarsapa. litiecal Ie
a will give tone, vitalityv and strength the sidt
thle enI tire body. without I
wateur et it led
ROYA liI~d1every tru
KI 'ri tads
ouit the Si
A bsolutely Pure. 4. That
cream of tartar baking powder. S. 5at a
best of all in leavening strength.-- to this clul
.Cot'enrnent 9.flp:f 4v.I7 - I .. ~...tan
31 1. I . n i;r : Iin; i :a z:.\ i .
Th tlimhi i dIe l : te- Wrt' teh-t-t
the ('unty ('u e titn: o . T. u>i
an,.1. l)le-i o t , S.liiug <
'r:a.kin,,..<.Ab:o ...S i . :re
\'.:A. AnIIdr'ews. ' 1.S an >,
i. sh:tnini, ('. . -ner, n .1. 1Ii
branis, T. L. I:uiar n :n'i i
The delegaite' are" empowe,r 'edl to re
is View'S, :lf thett <l egai tes are to
rVe for the e: npaignt. t
The dele ates are a:1 opthets.e.o to a
imar this year f)r,1iate t tiiers and
vor i . N. T a t'1'lli > 1 r (,vetrnor.
The ftolh>winoti connittee was ap
,inted to secure a Cunglete roll if the
,iiocratie voters in the t-,wvnthip):.J.
Abrams, th H. ubfer, t'. e1. tson
id J. L. uT. Haimio.ii t
THE o.11..\ u 1f(.1 '. TM< f'CI;
Met at .1al.ipa Satulrday, .lly .i, ti>r
l,urphe Of Lts(-tina" .te. To the
uiunty ('oiVetiin to in'et at New-_
trry, 1.riay, 1ih instant. It wca
aVedl by t)ie memuber of the ('utnty
,eutive Cornittee, and:adopted by
club, that the .' delegates elected
the 14th .June to the convention>. on
_':.Sth ult., serve the ensuing eonven_
n, and o itinue to serve as delegates
in the J.alapa ('lub for the next two
itr. 'his is ti accordance with the
utes of the 14th .lune. T'he follow.
are the delegates: Capt. Thompson
unor, Carr W. Buford. .John B,
mipbell, D. W. Barre, It. A. Welch,
C. Sligb, N. F. Joinon, apt. GI
L. Spearman, I)r. 0. f. E-ans
PI. _ iratthes", .J. W. n eit, )r. J.
fr. Johni II. ('risp was t"lected vit"e I
<dent of the lub b y ra ni ummieo
twas requestd by the heir ofat the
retar send thn inroc)edins o J
-tings of the ere to the Newberry -
ers to be puboished. i
J. B. n.AMnELL, Secretary.
CLAIRKSVILLE DE.MOCRATIC CLUI,t'
et July 5th to ele(tedelegates to
ny onveintion. Ei h teden bans '
gadded to the roll, one of whor is c
v-five years obl, andi has never be- g
ed to a Demno(iratie club before.
it be that the issues are of more o
rest now than in '76-.') We also J
some who have heretofre identi- tti
themselves with the old men's
-P. C. Smith was urged to with- ii
his resignation as president, but a.
grquite unwell at the time, insisted
iie one else being put in his place.
. r orkman was elected president
Ji. T. Davis vie-president . . .
I moved that all Democrats livinr 1p
e Township he cinsidered eligible
ilembership in this club. .. T. I
ittrick moved that we ficuss the or
of the dhy beforc electin dele- l
to the convention. A. J. Li-in
P..C. Smith and D). S. Maingutiii 1
WN. Smithi inoved that bth sides \.
presented in the convention, eah vi
rportion to their number. The ba
n was lost, at irge number of ed
billman nen votin in the nega-s
The following were elected del
to the convention: J. H. Derroh
Workman, n. M. Workman, . .
avis, J. W. Setith and I. h e
-all Tillman followers. p 1
V. Smith thien introdluoried the 1h1
four citieamlnd. reoltin s
.Rado,tA atio our party l nven
Jngunethrelative tmethed (le
g to color conocrts ouromat
ied our. priaistn we vo pr h
>nour deees who uswireleir hoor a,e
r Tate are phadinnishartatone
d,airlad jus (lto ale then raieaS ro
heasst ingrcuatitun, wy
.DThat moeo pudiae the restmo S i
archeCen C.Stion Wledrornean
as ade agintth Sae n
icrs rsltwas un l ase--ch-ies
.by Te he pu wsrpojeet the self
antin at9h frsk( of disvithe
emocracy Vofte Sa tie.r ito ty
I'hd 27 exprsst Te porth was
m the aitof tie uthancs of
Tillman an ttwe 1bon7elievehi
i.ts be purelyn seufish anduna-o
be xiigtemnso hea
fohiwing r the oreand e'ympathv
ers--'llespeily fof (the Nfarming
'une I2athi reltive to the de-:
Jn Nour primies F, andw In
5 iiur~j delegt tons thei effrt ara
Sthes eoltiocs escinde. pu
-.and old. Caroinan Meant, eae-fv
t Der4acy has b[leenil pbli cly
) he aset iratitud o"i eut l
Dvis P move tol le the Gres-,
, whenX. . Sm)ithclled' forh or'.
tIrs reso1lutio n wIas uicnamosl
.iT ed sc n a ejce ,t'
aninei)ii) (l0 for ii and 4 ant te
>t.i Thei votae onthe ahid htoest
.t,n l alains.e h 1i'fouthi re
dUj? unifhvan hetlws
ie. byerail votesiofi 19ifor ads 1 nI
ited dorgeon-agnumber trefuin for
-rs ; 1111 hara, Serelievy. lit;
ilEniNoi li Towrsu iNjo. 7.i tat
~d. Tht ~wve
followginar te charges to Ro'ot
rmtytonvtionett fo liubNs. cnam~
vnship v. 7 ti, -J.' Whiiite J.C R.dnl
No. th TsresetUJ. ofmak f ue
ae firom No. BrUtopiuub: ~ eT
US oonrnk therideu, .io. f th hei
. i ot T.Pay igr, Jii. ii. ilevn t~
Ce-repr,asr., Jand][ h. -'irr' bati
a "A N' shed- A, hoor In. hn man
ths tonhii met on the M5rh nd a
he fo;l>w Jying ollrt: . o. the S
e,l tesaidn C:W. H. Eddy Tilced
ate trauidteorr. T eollow ina td ma
adead IC.I to. AidL a adno-s
as'e hemofacmer and motembe re
>ov-nmad nalub.ou helv that the he
>aofficials re true Ianhone sht
dutis stito ork and honest'v :IL
fenhip whaous ags hr t
', walndavort ain themberf po
proy ;hns wheas,d we welel 97E
cue noginsker whaer.e icu ce
_. That w \ r tsiet the publication a
tlh abo.- rslutions in the county pi
r} and t he 4.hatrleston News an
h'lu it.-tng tlheu adjourned to meet c
tli 12th at 4 o'el>k.
.J. W. 1). JonNSTONE, President.
W. L1:L;T 1ERcHANT. Secretary.
A Young LaIy Miisning.
/ )i li-sil:ty lmoning Miss Nllrj
3M~rri:, the 15 year old daughter of Mr
J. W. Morris, who lives on the Saluda
side of No. 9 Township, about six mile
liromi PrIoMperity, Wenit out to a pindai
i:ith to 11 sonic hoeing. The time
for her return having passed her parents
(ailed for her but received no answer.
Tihey then instituted search for her
but with unavailingeffort. The search
was continued during the afternoon
and night and yesterday and the latest
iifornation that we obtained yester
day afternoon was to the effect that
she had not heei found.
No rea-on is assigned for her sudden
Caton Seed Oil 3iil and Fertilizer Com
A meeting of the stockholders of this
cm011paniy was ield yesterday afternoon
when a set of by-laws was adopted, and
an organization effected by the election
of the following directors to serve for
T. V. Wicker, T. M. Neil, O. B.
Mayer, jr., L. W. Floyd, G. W. Sum
iners, G. F. Long, H. H. Folk, J. M.
.Joil ustole and (eo. S. Mower.
About $2o,0 of the capital stock has
already been subscribed. The board
will orgamize soo:i and the work be
Rev. W. WY. Orr at A. Rt. P. Church.
Rev. W. W. Orr began the meeting
n the 'lhoipson-Street church, an
iQuntced last week.
Mr. (Hr presents the truth in a very
,lain and pnactical manner. The meet
1g grows in interest. At the morning
er\"ies on the last two days a large
lunber of church nimnbers publicly
enewed their consecration to Christ.
In the morning he preaches to inem
ers of the church and at night to those
ho have never connected with a
hurch. The members of all the
hurehes in the town are showing a
ood interest in the meeting.
It is pleasant to see the pastors co
perating so heartily. Revs. Mark and
C. Boyd are also attending. Mr. Orr ]
ill remain till after Sabbath.
The order of service is: Prayer meet
ig at 10 o'clock and preaching 10.30
m1. I'reachinig S.:1 p. n. *
Tlw First Passenger Train.
We i:tk the following from the
ress andI leport :
The ('olLihia, Newherry and ]i
aurens Itailroad arrived :t Prosperity
i Mondiay, .Ji!y 7, 1Y n, at 1.35 p. in.
ie following railroatd employees were
I b:or: rain Dispatcher, J. J.
irrelly; ('oniuctor, P. C. Gailliard;
rgincer. E.B. Buckhalter; Fireman,
S. ('olemian; Brakeman, P. L. Da
The train consisted of an engine,
gange and second-class ear combin
an11 a first-class coach. The schedule
:T.o1:.N1>. ST.\TtIN$. EASTBOUND.
) a i Lv . ..Cio:ul ,ia ..........tr. 4 55 p i
,atrnt ........ Salud:t............ 4:n p m
i) a in ......... l;iplharts......... 4 15 p m g
Sa rin ..............Irm ......... 355 p in
5p PII --th-nline Ml ... 3 p m
5 p n ...... wVhWit ltock. _ 320p im
P I .............'hpii......... 25.5 p~ m
1i l' I ... Liti le Montain... 2:5 p mn
> p miAr ....Prosperi ty.....Lv 21t0 p mn
uly I;, 1890, in the town of Newberry
llev. Jr. C. Rhodeni, Mr. James -.
lenbaugh and Miss May Dobbins.
uly :30, 189;, at Riley's Hotel, Green
:>d, S. C., by Rev. A. J. Cauthen,
.\William C. Hayes, of Newberry,
I Miss Aizma Williams, of Abbeville
Irs. Mary E. Swvindler of Prosper
died on Sunday, 5th instant, aged
Hie Pr:iyed for Help. '
ni Augusta boy who had committed toa
io misdemeanor was about to re- cat
-e chastisement at the hands of his of I
her, lie asked to go to his room. wa;
mother assented, and curious as to Alt
errand followed and listened at the wo:
r. She heard her son praying in
.This is what he said: "Lord, if
love little boys, and want to help
ouit, now is your time." The L
per was granted. The grown up JuS
hec niight learn from this to know Bro'
r wants. They stumble along, Jo!,
ry, over-worked. bilious and dys- DaV
:ic, when a bottle of Dr. Westmore- Ge
l's Calisaya Tonic would free them Gart
1 worry and pain. Those depressed al
ver-work, or enervated by climate P
ecent illness, have an unfailing ple
edy in Cahisaya Tonic. No home
ld he without it. In malarial sec
it is worth its weight in gold.
can get a bottle fronm Robertson w,
p)rominlent Railroad Superintend- tric
living in Saivan nah, one suffering that
ears from Malaria and General De- gus
v, says, oni having recovered his read
th by the use of P. P. P., thinks ra'
he will live forever, if he can al- puz.
get P. P. P. (Prickly Aish, Poke der,
and Potassium), This party's
1' will be given on application.
- -- - It
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures. "
ring the. next two wveeks I will sam
a spe(ial redIuction on Pictures, pills
e wvishting to ornamlent their jar- ache
dlrawmIiL roomis, &e., wvill find It to smna
advanita' to call on me during grip
timue. Xours, lr
z. F. WRIC;HT. le,
g M Sold
it a b
the method and results when
of Figs is taken; it is pleasant XVi
efreshing to the taste, and acts ing ba
r yet promptly on the Kidneys, buy y
-and Bowels cleanses the sys- prices
#fectually, dispels colds, head- Oi
and fevers and cures habitual Live
pation. Syrup of Figs is the night
remedy of its kind ever pro- the t
,pleasing to the taste and ac- you.
>le to the stomach, ro t in
tion and truly beneficial mn its
,prepared only from the most Ju:
y and agreeable substances, its
excellent qualities commend it Giemt
and have made it the most
tr remedy known. offer
rup of Figs is for sale in 50c
1 bottle3 by all leading drug- case,
Any reliable druggist who
lot have io on hand will pro
t promptly for any one who and a
to try :it. .Do not accept any te
!FORNMA FIG SYRUP CO.
8 AN FR ANCI.SCO, C AL.,
LE, XV. NEW ?Ot M.W.
W. E. PET.f(AM, AGENrT, j
NEWBERRYv . C,
GOODN'O if O
IIIIJJXTO BE I
ON AND AFTE]
Will sell our entire Stock of Good
Jerome, consisting of a choice stock <
DRY GOODS, CLOTH]
HATS AND GENTS' F
NO HUMBUG, WEll
To close out our fine stock of White G
SHEETINGS, TABLE DA
And all goods in the
AT NEW YOI
or Ladies, Misses, Children, Men, Bo
and grades, in all s
AT NEW YO
In all the lines c
INE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, WHl
FANCY SHIRTS, FLANNEL
HALF HOSE, IIANDKERt
CUFFS, NECK WEAR,
ALL TO BE SOLD AT
FOR GREAT Ba
58 Main St., Under H<
A New College Building. Elf
[ A. R. Presbyterian.] SpeI
'he Alumni of Erskene have resolved y
~rect a new College building on the lani
apus. The matter has been talked Goo
or more than a year. Definite actio.1 cost.
taken at the late meeting of the bia,
fimni Association to enter upon the'
k at once. S2
ADVERTISED LETTERS. Gool
POST OFFICE. NEwBERRY, . C. Cost.
s of letters unclaimed and advertised bia,
in, Miss Alice Luther, Miiss Mary.
reel, 3Miss Dalile Latiner, Mrs. Lucia C,
enport, Mrs. CarrieLlies, Mrs. Marry liabi
ier, Mr. Denis Madison, Wyatt heat
~roy, M1r. Jesse McCash, Mr. Stradford
r, Mr. Young Williams, Willis Leal
man Mirs,Sarah Whitmire Miss F
ie, )ir. Pe'rry Williams .iiss My
rsons calling for the above letters willy
se say that they were advertised. Xorl
R. MooRMAN, P. M. ltuna
esrtoMerit Wins. T
Sdsietsay to our citizens, that for
s we have been selling Dr Kin,g's New
overy for Comsumption, Dr. King's Ne w
Pills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve and Elec
Bitters, and have never handled remedies
sell as well, or that have given such ]
ersal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
antee them every time, and we stand SA
y to refund the purchase. price, if satis
iry results do not follow their use. These Ar
dies have won their great popularity
ly o their merits. Robertson & GIl-. sot
A Duty to Yourself.
is surprising that people will use a
mon ordinary pill when they can
re a valuable English one for the
3 money. Dr. Acker's English
are a positive cure for sick-head
and all liver trouble. They are
1, sweet, easily taken and (do not
Sold by Belcher, Houseal & K ib
Caution to Mother,. H
ery mother is cautioned against ,H
ig her child laudanum or paregorie; - a
-eates an unnatural erav'ing for
alants which kills tihe mind or the
.Acker's Baby Soother is
ally prepared to benelit lhildren
Cure their painIs. It l i harmless
'ontains nlo Opium or. \Torphinre.
by Belcher, Hauiseal & Kibler.
Happincas and Contentmn-nt.
miot go hland in hand if we~ look
e (dark side of every lit tle obstacle.
ing will so darken life anld make
uirden as Dvspepsia. Acker's Dys
i. Tablts will cure the worst formD
spepsia, Constipation and'indiges- [
and make life a happiness and ; e
ire. Sold at:2.5 and 50 cents by ' :r
er, Houseal & Kibler.~ .in
The Coming Season
1 no doul5t be a fine one for play- on:iz
11l. Go to the Book Store and n
our Base Ball gocde at the lowest n
of Dr. J. H. McLean's Little ~
and Kidney Pillets, taken at
before going to bed, will move
owels, the effect.will astonish
it received a fresh lot of ~
Springs Water, which we
at the same price, by the -
that is asked at the Springs,[
e allow for tile empty bot
BERTSON & GILDER,
Corner Drugr Stor e s
R THIS DATE.
in the store room under Hotel
NG, BOOTS, SHOES,
oods i6 checked, striped and plain
Dry Goods line
ys, Youths, in endless varieties
zes, to be sold
TE UNLAIUNDEl ED SHIRTS,
HIRTS, UNDER WEAR,
HW YOK C00STf
tel Jerome, Columbia, S. C.
you are in need of a pair of Spec
s or Eye Glasses go to John F.
5,000 worth of School and MisceI
ous Books, Stationery and Fancy
:ls to be closed out at New York
Address J. D. Pickard, Coluim
S. C. -- tf
5,000 wo-th of School and Miscel
aus Books, Stationery and Fancy
is to be closed out at Ncw York
Address J. D. Pickard, Colum
S. C. tf
uiples, boils and other humors, are
e to appear when the blood gets
ad. The best remedy is Dr. Mc
ve money by buy ing goods at New
cost prices of J.D. Pickard, Co
>ia, S. C. tf
LBOTT & SiONS,
NGINES AND BOILERS,
WV MILLS, URIST MILLS,
icknowledged to be the best ever
I in this State. When you buy
me of them, you are satisfied
that you have made
Write for our prices.
At bottomt figures.
7. BADHJAM, Gen'I Agt.,
COLUMBiA, S. C.
une Office and Factorf?, Richmond
0 THE AFFLICTED.
s2 Dlood and the S:om':ch ts the Life-.'he
drt ring' mint of rither i' productice
~DR. K.12STG'S q
JYAL. GE RMET UER~
e - ratet loo pri fer.an'!~ Tem de
1e fteag.I oe te. stomach, I
ptn ;ucl :n!p r nly l. ure:.~.
a :val in the whle range~ of mlatera
uea. It is a .uoverei;;ni r'ieedy, ad
de&il:y, i>atpita:i.in. zntrrrh. 'tc.t
HI. W. rady say.-,: -it is the. L
T/. "* of all rreedi'-s.
.. .P.Jn says: "I wish every
r : ' w if ha aeas to) that medi
. J . I mmathrn says: "Ithas
. rcrt:na!adial cures to hujn
Sin Ge*o.ia andlothr states." '
-.E! .T:rnt. Editor Tennent's
e ' y.\Iie .ays: "Its famet has
Ji. Y) in:: thme great temnperance.
r-r . i s:"oh ! that every afll!cted
:L. wom:an, could get tis grand remr
n! *th'trrs attest its virtues
: - i .d, not despair tinl y-ou.
Grmet;er. It has performedi
astonishl thle world.
t. )r ufreig with disease,and fall
-. .-. stamp for printed matter.
.cs o wonderful cure, etc.
y,Atlanta, Ga.. and bydruggi
sacopnngeach bottle. Can -
t by express C. 0. D.. i(4uld?rug.
anot uppl you