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Advertuers wi confer a fawr by
handing iu their copy for changes not
later than Mondaymorning.
She Did Net Hang.
Last Friday was the day set apart
for the,execution of Ananda Work
man, but she did not hang. She
escap9 djail some time ago and has
not been captured as yet.
. hagles Shingles !
Large lot of No. ]-and No. 2 Shingles
just received and for sale cheap.
For Sale.
1 Rouse and Lot in Helena,,S. C., at
1 Jouse and Lot in Newberry, S. U.,
at $120. Terms easy.
Tuneral this Afternoon.
The funeral services of Mrs. Tbos. F.
Harmen will be held at the residence
of Mr. Harmon this (Wednesday) after
noon at 5 o'clock. Interment immedi
ately after in Rosemont Cemetery.
New Calicoes, pretty styles at
. Daugerons Briage.
The Herald and News has informa
tion from Mr. W. B. Oxner that the
bridg6 it Maybinton, across Enoree, is
in a dangeroua-crndition. We will
publis# o cominunication next week.
ifSwli the Time
To get good Shingles cheap at
tf. FULxE & SoCKMAN.
If You Wish to Enjoy
the Spring and Summer weather and
probably prevent a long spell of fever,
cleanse your system and purify your
blood by the use of 'the Harris Lithia
Water. It has no equal. tf.
Trinity Dietrit School Meeting.
The patrons of Trinity school dis
trict are requested to meet at J. H.
Hendrix's shop on Saturday, the 25th
instant, at 3 p. m., to take into consid
eration the building of a school house
and WTavlection of- trustees for t be
Hill's Chloride of Uold Tablets cure
the Tobacco or Opium Habit. Ask
your druggist for them.
Now cabinet shop.
I am pre to repair all kinds of
Furnture .n workmanlike manner in
my shop In the Crotwell Building.
I will do gun-stocking in splendid
Satisfaction guaranteed.
White Lawns, all prices at
?4: Papers Want&4.
I qqld be glad to secure copies of
the Prosperity Reporter of June 18,
July 16 and September 17, 1885. If
any one can furnish these copies I will
be willing to pay for them. I want to
complete the files of the paper for the
five months It was run as the Reporter
and I have all but these three nam
bers. If any one who sees this has
them he will confer a favor by sending
thema to me.
tr. E. H. AULL.
Full Lines Hosiery at
Seed Barley and Rye, for sale by
4t. . J. N. MARETIN.
Two No. 1 Milk Cows,
With young calves for sale by
July 18, 1893. tf.
ePdgett's Ad."
We desire to call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of L. F.
Padgett, Augusta, GIa., that appears
In our columns to-day. This house is
perfectly reliable and will do just as
they advertise, or better. Their cata
logue ought to be in the hands of
everybody Intending to buy goods of
any character :to go into the house.
We know the concern to be perfectly
reliable and can assure you that you
will be fairly and honestfy dealt with.
When wriung- them or when you
~' order goods from them please mention
this paper.
Good shingles
Now on hand and for sale at low
down prices. Give us a call.
* tf. - Fuarm & STOCKMAN.
Bring $12.50 to Smith & Wearn and
get one of those suits worth $15.00,
$16.50 $18.00 andi $20.00.
A EMi to Encenrage Steek Balsing.
Representative Blease is alread.y get
ting up some bills he proposes to intro
duce in the next Legislature. He says
one of the first he expects to bring to
the attention of the law-makers is a
measure of genuine reform and is
meant especially to be of benefit to
the farmers, although it will benefit
all owners of stock.
The measure proposes to exempt
from tajation for a term of five years
all cattle, sheep,' goats, horses, mules
and bogs. He thinks this measure
will encourage the raising of these ani
For Birthday and Bridal Gifts call on
Collings, the Jeweler. tf
Black Satines, just received at
If You Will Ask
your Pltysician, he will tell you that
there Is nothing better for the Liver
Blood and Kidneys, or Rheumatism
than thie Harris Lit hia Water. if.
The Old Grave Yard Fund..
Some weeks ago The Herald and
News agitated the question of raising
a fund to clear up and take care of the
villg cemetery, and several dollars
havebn contributed. owing to the
-siekness of the editor the matter was
Before anything further is done it is
Snecessary to know just what is needed,
and after consultation The Herald and
News asks the following gentlemen to
act as a committee to visit the grave
yard and see what is needed to be done
ad get estimates of the cost: Mayor
E. C. Jones, Mr. Silas Johnstone, Mr.
Jno. M. Einard and Mr. C. F. Boyd.
We' hope they will attend to this
during the next week so that we can
make report in our next issue.
sloo Reward, stoo). *
The readers of this paper itill be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
-dreaded disease that science has been
le to cure In all its stages and that is
-Catairh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon the blQpd and mucous surfaces
Sof the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
.the patient strength by building up
the constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
Shave so much faith in its curative
pwers, that they offer One Hundred
Dllars for any case that it fails to cure.
- end~for list of Testimonials.
Address, F. J. CHENiEY & CO.,
Toledo, 0.
WSld by Druggist, 75e.
The County Commissioners give no
tice of several contracts to let.
An excursion will be run on the C.,
N. & L. road to-morrow to Augusta
and return.
The Newberry baseball nine went
to Whitmires yesterday, where they
crossed bats with the Whitmires team.
Judge Johnson, of Jalapa, is holding
the scales of justice in Newberry these
days during the absence of Judge
The County Board of Control have
written to the State Board suggesting
S1,000 per annum as a suitable salary
for the county dispenser.
Mr. E. Y. Morris is preparing to
open a store on Pratt street in the
Ganntt building formerly occupied by
Mr. H. C. Summers as a bar.
The Alliance picnic and speaking
will take place at Sligh's on Friday of
this week. We have not beard whether
Mr. Watson will be present or not.
The Mt. Tabr High School will
have a public exhibition on the 8th of
September. Some one will be selected
to deliver an address to the school.
The bard rains .have played havoc
with many of our streets. In some
places there is need of better drainage.
Too much water is centered at one
Mr. J. Mittle has built a new addi
tion to the rear of his store. It is a
neat little dining room 14 by 18 feet,
and gives him more store room while
it improves the appearance of his place.
Rev. John Kershaw and Mrs. Ker
shaw stopped over in Newberry on
their way home from the W orld's Fair.
Mr. Kershaw held services at the Epis
eopal church Sunday afternoon and
preached an excellent sermon.
Mr. M. L. Kicard, the Columbia
Clothier, is going to give away to his
eustomers one of the handsomest by
Aicles ever brought to the State. Read
bis ad. and see the conditions. He
will sell you clothing cheaper than the
eheapest, too.
A match game of ball was played
last Friday afternoon on the grounds
f the Innisfallen Farm between Pros
perity and Newberry. The game was
ualled at the sixth inning on account
darkness with a score of -15 to IS in
favor of Newberry.
The old wagon shed on the vacant
lot in -rear of Mr. Klettner's store has
been torn down. This is a decided
improvement. It no doubt sheltered
many a horse trader and many old
animals from the weather on cold and
rainy and bleak saledays.
The reunion of Company G., 13th
Regiment S. S. V., will be held at
Prosperity on Saturday. It is the
anniversary of the leaving of the com
pany for the war. Just 32 years ago
they boarded the train at Prosperity
(then FrogLevel) for the b.ttleflelds of
To Cleanse the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive or
bilious, or when the blood is impure or
sluggish, to permanently cure habitual
constipation, to awaken the kidneys
and liver to a healthy activity, without
irritating or weakening them, to dispel
headaches, colds or fevers use Syrup of
The best Bread ever been in New
berry, at J. S. Russell's every day.
&lso Fruit Jars and Jelly Tumblers at
lowet prices by J. S. Russell. ly.
If it is too hot to walk down street
send to the Ice House for delicious
bottled Soda Water and 'refresh your
self. Ice cold and 5c. per bottle. ly.
Our Postmaster.
Of all the pqstmasters who will fi
cally in the nature of things lose their
positions, It gives us pleasure to volun
1arily say, and in justice too, that Mr.
Robert Moorman is one of the very
best ever appointed. As postmaster at
Newberry he has given satisfaction,
being attentive and courteous in the
dscharge of his duties, and no charge
an be brought against him in the
management of the offie. He has the
good will of the community and was
popular enough to receive a very flat
tering list of petitioners praying that
be be allowed to retain his position
until the natural expiration of his term
rf offce. His assistant, Mr. Jas. R.
Davidson, is also very effcient and ac
commodating. With these two in the
offee, there has been no cause of com
plaint or grumbling on the part ot our
One bottle of' Pelham's Cer
ta Chill Specific will cure
any ordir - y case of Chills
and Fever. Guaranteed to
cure or no pay.
~Given free with every
bottle,one box Peiham's Liver
Pills and one medicine glass.
Only 50 cents a bottle.
Laces and Embroideries at
Romantic Marriage at Harris sp rings.
HARRIS SPRINGS, August 19.-The
sensation of the season at this celebrated
summer resort was the sudden and un
expected marriage of Ml'. J. H. Werts,
of Ocala, Fla., to Miss Lee Hents Huff,
of Ninety Six, which occurred at the
residence of Rev. Thomas Campbell, a
Baptist minister of Cross Hill. Mr.
Werts was originally ofNewberry coun
ty, a graduate of Furman University,
but on account of his health has for
some time been a resident and promi
nent merchant of Ocala. The bride is
a handsome young lady, of Ninety Six.
he peculiarity of the marriage is that
the contracting parties became ac
guainted at a picnic at the Springs on
last Thursday and, it is said determined
to marry while taking a ride this morn
ing and enjoying the delightful balmy
breezes. The bride and groom will
aontiue to be guests at the hotel.
Special to The State.
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed, and not
Less than one million people bave found just
uch a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery
ror Consumption, Coughs, and Colds. If you
iye never used this Great Congh Medicmne,
me trial will convince you that it has won
erful curative powers in all diseases of
'hrot, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is
aaranteed to do all that is claimed or money
Iill be retunded. Trial bottles free at Robert
ion& Gilder' s Drug Store. Large bottles 5 e
and 51.0.. ________
Robertson &
Miss Lois Faut has gone to Glen-i
Mrs. Robert D. Swith has ret irned
from Walhalla.
Mr. D. S. Elle-or has gone to the
Trial ju-4ioe 11. H. Evans has gone
tA) Washington.
Mrs. 'W. C. Meggett has returned
from Prosperity.
Mr,. Florence Tribble is visiting in
Edgefield County.
Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell is again in
Washington, D. C.
Judge J. B. Fellers has returned
from Glenn Springs.
Col. Thos. W. Holloway gave us a
short call on Monday.
Master Hugh K. Boyd has gone to
Due West for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Cromer have
returned from Virginia.
Miss Florie Holman. of Barn well, is
visiting Miss Eloise Welch.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Jones are visiting
relatives in Lancaster, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Peoples have re
turned from the mountains.
Miss Marie Eison has returned from
a visit to friends at Maybinton.
Miss Jennie Wright, of Ninety-Six,
is visiting Mrs. Geo. A. Wright.
Mr. Peter Hair, of Chattanooga,
Tena., is on a visit t his parents.
Mr. Joe Scott, of Union, was in town
several days during the past week.
Messrs. R. C. Perry and W. G. Mayes
!jave returned from Glenn Springs.
Mrs. E. W. Reese, of the county, is
on a visit to relatives at Blacksburg.
Dr. J. R. Thompson and daughter,
Mary, have gone to the World's Fair.
Miss Nellie Coats is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. Mollie Hutchison, of this county.
Mr. Frank Bishop, of Laurens Coun
ty, was on a visit to relatives last week.
Dr. 0. B. Mayor left Monday for a
week's recreation at Hot Springs, N.C.
Mrs. W. H. Carlisle, and Mrs. Jas.
Burton have gone to Asheville, N. C.
Miss Hennie Robertson, of Charles
ton, will visit the Misses Mazyck to
Mr. C. A. Bowman came down from
Harris Springs and spent Sunday at
Rev. J. S. Cozby has gone to Savan
nah, Ga., where he will remain a
Misses Hattie and Ella Blake, of
Charleston, are visiting their relatives,
the Mazycks.
Mrs. Thomas Roebuck and children
have returned from a visit to relatives
in the county.
Miss Alice Keogb, of Charleston, is
visiting Miss Hattie Blanton at the
Newberry Hotel.
Mr. Gus Fulmer and his mother are
visiting Mrs. Harriet Epting of the
Pomaria section.
Mr. F. W. Lesemann has returned to
Charleston. He is charmed with our
delightful climate.
Miss Fannie Wardlaw, of Spartan
burg County, is visiting Miss Carrie
Greneker at Helena.
Messrs. Jno. M. Kinard, W. A. Fant
and M. L. Spearman have returned
from Harris Springs.
Mrs. Edward Wilkinson, accompa
nied by Miss Agnes Wilkinson, of
Charleston, is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. WV. C. Meggett.
Mrs. Geo. S. Mower, Mrs. W. E.
Pelham and Miss Jeanne Peiham left
on Monday for Asheville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fellers and
daughter, of Abbeville County, are
visiting relatives in this county.
Mr.O0.;M. Jamieson will leave to-day
for the Northern markets, where he
will buy his fall and winter stock.
Prof. John Buzhardt and Miss Em.
ma Buzhardt were on a visit last week
to their aunt, Mrs. Emma Half:.cre.
Messrs. Geo. P. Boozer and Robert
A. A brams are on a visit to Walhalla,
Talula Falls, and other mountain re
Mr. W. P. Houseal, Mrs. D. J. Hentz
and Mr. D. D. Wallace lef t last Thurs
day with the editors for a trip to the
World's Fair.
Miss Mattie Henderson, of New
berry, is visiting Mrs. C. A. Pierson,
233 Washington street, this city.
Greenville News.
Miss Florence Bowman and Messrs.
J. T. Kennedy and Adolphus Courte
ney, of Charleston, are visiting the
family of Mr. C. A. Bowman.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley took his fami
ly to Harris Lithia Springs yesterday.
He will go on to Laurens Courthouse
and return to Newberry in a few days.
Rev. Geo. W. Holland, D. D., re
turned last week from VirginIa and the
World's Fair and has gone to Savan
nan, Ga., where he will remain a
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zobel, of Charles
ton, were on a visit to his parents last
week. Mr. Zobel has returned to
Charleston, but his wife will remain
Miss Mollie E. Thomas, of Blacks
burg, after a very pleasant visit to rela
tives at Helena, left last Saturday for a
visit to her brother, Mr. D. C. Thomas,
at Chester.
Mr. J. Bennett Perry, of Edgefield
County, son of Mr. J. C. Perry, was
on a visit to his father last week, and
prospecting with a view to locating in
our county.
Miss Daisy Waller, of Greenwood,
who has been visiting the Misses
Martin returned to her bome yester
day. She was accompanied by Miss
Morlat Martin.
We had the pleasure of meeting
those devoted ladies, Misses Mattie and
Mannie Boyd, and were pained to learn
from Cousin Mattie that her venerable
and revered father, Uncle Mark, had
been quite ill for about three weeks in
our midst. He is better now and has
gone to Clinton.
Our two mountain boys are Capt.
Tom Greneker and Master Charlton
Lynch, who have just returned home
from wandering among the moun
tains in the Land of the Sky, and
drinking sulphur water in Asheville
and Paint Rock. These two lads have
returned to us ruddy and merry and
strong. Master Lynch had Captain
Greneker in charge, and tells us that
at times he found him rather an un
nly boy.-Edgefield Chronicle.
The Churches.
Rev. W. L. Wait conducted a very
interesting meeting at Trinity last
week. Several persons were added to
the church and many professed re
ligion. He was assisted by the Rev.
J. W. McClure. On last Sunday he
began a meeting at Ebenezer and it is
in progress there this week, two ser
vices being held each day. The pastor
is assisted by the Rev. D. D. Dantzler.
The Rev. WV. W. Daniel left Monday
for Maybinton, where he is assisting
the Rev. Mr. Blackburn in a meeting.
The Rev. Dr. Fox will return this
we-k from Harris Springs and there
will be service in the Lutheran church
next Sunday morning.
There will be services at the Thomp
son Street church on Friday, Saturday
and Sunday-morning and night.
Rev. D. G. Philips, of Bartow, Fla.,
will preach.
Rev. J. WV. McClure will preach in
the Presbyterian church next Sunday
Deservin'g Praise.
We desire to say to our citizens. that to
ars we have been selling Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New
Life Pills, Buckien's Arnica Salve and Electric
Bitters, and have never handled remedies
that sell as well, or that have given such uni
versal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee them every tirne, and we stand
ready to refund the purchase price, if satis
factory results do not follow their use. These
medies have won the gra pourity on$
their merits, Robertson ,t Wider, Druggists
Highest oi all in Leavening ro;
The Spirits of Hobgoblins or Something
Else in Newberry County.
There are many strange things hap
pening these days, but we don't pro
pose to let Georgia have all the glory
of the supernatural. South Carolina
must have her share and New berry a
slice. From the day those devils were
ast into the sea to the time that that
ghost was seen on the bill of Blue
Ruin, and since, fantastic, grotesque
and gruesome bhapes or vapory sub
stances have beed seen or imagined or
felt by the superstitious or reflected by
hallucination, from the North to the
South Pole and from Beaver Dam tL
Coosaw. We don't have to call up
spirits from the vasty deep now when
we want to be entertained in a ghastly
ghostly though friendly maniner. It
has come to pass thaL we have them
nearer at hand, puzziing the ignorant
and perplexing the learned-aud in
tensifying the profaniry of siuners who
ive the phenomenal a Munchausen
redit. Witchcraft and hoodooisru in
the land have evolved into a higher
state of civilization and the mysterious
is now conducted with professional
polish in many parts of the couutry.
Still, a few things occur which have a
mysteriousness about them, L. say the
least, if and when they are true.
The "seances" have commenced in
Newberry County and the spirits seem
to have materialized, so it has been
reported to the reporter.
Giles Sligb is a colored lad about 12
>r 13 years old, living in the "Fed"
Dominick section, near the Laurens
line, and is said to have demonstrated
the fact that he is possessed of some
power outside of that given to the or
dinary individual, unless there is some
thing wrong in the matter. Giles was
in a field on the Griffin place, near by,
last Thursday morning, pulling fodder
with Mart Wheeler, also colored, when
all of a sudden rocks of various sizes
egan falliqg around them. Mr. Wal
lingsee hearing of it went over to in
vestigate the matter, and to his amaze
nent found the facts as reported. He
muld not see where the rocks came
rrom. The hidden and unseen part of
the transaction was to him like the
wind which "bloweth where it list
th," while he "heareth the sound
thereof," he cannot toll "whence it
ometh nor whither it goeth," except
he knows that one of the rocks struck
him on the head. He knows that. The
next day the boy was at Mr. Burr
Werts', the old Anderson place, about
three miles distant, when the rock
throwing feat was again accomplished.
It is said the boy can call up the
rocks at any time wherever he goes.
These incidents can be vouched for
y reliable parties.
Let the rock showers continue.
Don't forget that Smith & Wearn
re selling 75c. and $1.00 Straw Hats at
0 cts., $1.25 Straw Hats at 75 cts., and
1.50 and $2.00 Straw Hats at $1.00.
A full line of Mason's Fruit
Tars in Half Gallons, Quarts
nd Pints. Also Jelly Glasses
nd extra Rubbers for Jars.
For sale chear> at
Bottled Soda Water at Ice House
n three flavors.
Cold and refreshing. l
Country Baseball.
The game of ball to have been played
etween the Newberry and Monticello
eams, on the grounds of the Broad
River (Jerusalem Street) nine, failed
o materialize on account of the heavy
ownpour of rain on the 14th instant;
ut the bit of "friendly instruction"
illed for the 15th rolled in on time,
uch to the surprise of the "Israel
Ites," who were extremnely short of
layers-having only two of their reg
lar nine within reach. But in order
o show some appreciation of the diffi
ulties through which Mouticello had
ome, a nine was hastily caught up
nd playing began about 3 p. m.
Although the "Israelites" deported
hemselves very handsomely for the
first two innings, holding the score
within the realm of respectability,
still it was evident that they were not
"in it" by a handsome majority; so
much so, indeed, that the game
canged from a basis of contention to
ne of admiration at the superb play
ing of the Fairfield boys.
It was instructive to see the boys
trying to book one of Hanahan's in
terrogation points or divine the matter
between his parentheses.
Score: Monticello,41; Jerusalem, 0.
After such a send-off I do not think
that the "Lost Child'n" will think of
accepting a challenge from anything
hort of New York or Chicago.
We are pleased to hear to-day that
the Newberrys will meet Monticello,
n our grounds, in about three weeks;
t which time we feel that lovers of
the game will find something to inter
esttem. H.
When Baby was sick, we gave her C.oria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Smzyrna Uots.
Mr. .J. P. Boozer is on a visit to Wal
Mr. Ben Boozer is home fromi Wa
Mrs. H. D. Boczer has retu ned from
Mr. Walter Peterson has returned
from Atlanta.
Mrs. L. WV. C. Blalock is visiting
Mr. Jim AulP's family.
Mrs. Amelia Burton has returned to
her home at Beth Eden.
Miss Jennie Anderson, of Waterloo,
is visiting Miss Mi['ie Boozer.
Miss Daisy Whaley, of Newberry,
visited Miss Mamie Clary last week.
There was a pleasant sociable at Mr.
3. B. Clary's on Tuesday of last week.
Misses Eva and Della Riser, of Po
maria, spent last week with Mamie
This community is at present stirred
up over the school question. Meetings
have been held, but no decision reachbed
as yet.
Mr. McClure still continues pastor
of Smyrna Church until the meeting
of Presbytery in September. He has
announced that he will preach a ser
mon on "The Judgment," the first
Sunday in September. He has spent
ten years in its preparation. DNY
August 21, 1893.
er.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Knocked Down by a Cable Car and Dragged
Along the Streets-Injuries Painful,
but not Believed to be Serions
Resting QUetly.
[Special to News and Courier.]
WASHINGTON, August 21.-Congress
wan Shell was knocked down by a
cable car-in Pennsylvania avenue to
night, and sustained painful if not
serious injuries. He was on his way to
the Capitol to attend a night session on
the silver bill and listen to a speech
against the repeal of the Sherman Act,
by his young colleague, Mr. McLaurin.
Capt. Shell intended to take a cable
to the Capitol, so be left his hotel and
proceeded to the middle of the avenue
to await for a Capitol car. Instead of
taking his position on the off side of the
track he stood between the tracks. An
up and a down car came along, and he
was caught bet ween them. He was
knocked down and dragged several feet
by the car.
The accident took place in front of
the Metropolitan Hotel, and the side
walk was lined with people waiting to
welcome home the District militia, wbo
bad just returned from a successful rifie
contest at Seagirt, N. J.
Several persons ran to Capt. Shell's
assistance, and he was carried to his
apartment in the Metropolitan Hotel.
His clothes were torn and he was
bruised about the head and face. His
shoulder was also strained, and he re
ceived a general shaking up.
Upon examination it was found that
Capt. Shell had sustained no internal
injuries, and Dr. Walsh informed me
that he did not believe his patient was
seriously injured.
When I saw the Captain in bed he
was unable to talk to me, as the doctor
had directed that he should not be dis
turbed. He seemed to be in consider
able pain, but the bruises upon his face
and head were not ugly. He complains
of a severe pain in his chest, but other
wise he is resting quietly at this hour,
11 P. M. R.M.L
He Is Introdnced to the National Cotn
nilesion and Makes a Speech.
CHICA(o, Aug. 19.-Two receptions
were held in the rooms of the national
commission in the Administration
building at the world's fair yesterday.
Governor Tillmap, of South Carolina,
who accompanied the Augusta Exposi
tion delegation, was recognized offici
ally by the commission. He was in
troduced by State Commissioner Roach
and presented by Vice President Penn
and was greeted with applause.
Governor Tillman congratulated the
commission and officers upon the
grandeur of the exhibits and regretted
South Carolina's absence.
"Crossing a thousand miles of this
grand country of ours from the Soluth
A tlantic to the shores of the Northern
lakes, one must feel that we have a
grand country, grand in its size, grand
in everything, and it makes anybody,
let him come from where he may in
the United States, feel proud to say 'I
am an American.' I do not hesitate to
say withiout flattering you in the least,
that God appears to have picked this
saot out to bemi the future the hub of
orth America, the center of thought,
wealth, progression, plu".k and energy;
and I make the prediction to-day that
in less then twenty-five years you will
have more people in Chicago than any
ciy on the American continent, if not
in the world.".
In closing, Governor Tiliman ex
pressed his conviction that great good
would grow out of the Fair.
There had gathered in the room while
Governor Tillman was speaking, a very
large delegation from the Augusta expo
sition. Fusily seventy-five representa
tive ladies and gentlemen from Augusta
were there and it was probably a novel
scene to have so many ladies gathered
-in this room during a sitting of the
See our Bargain Counter at
Children's Suits at New York Cost at
Smith & Wearn's.
Black Mits just received at
Collings, the Jeweler, keeps the latest
styles in Jewelry, and his prices are
made to suit Lhe times. tf
If You Will Read
the strong testimonials of persons who
have been cured by the use of the Har
ris Lithia Water, you will be convinced
of its efficacy. tf.
"Te Pretty Little Organist I Meet at In
dian Springs."
Many persons in Newberry femem
er very pleasantly the young lady
mentioned below.
Miss A nnie Cargill visited the Misses
Glenn in Newberry on more than one
occasion and has many friends here.
The following mention is made of
her by the Indian Spring correspon
dent of the Atlanta Journal :
"Miss Annie Cargill, of Columbus,
adds luster to every occasion with her
bright face and winning ways. She is
an accomplished musician, organist of
the Methodist chnrch at home and a
young lady of rare culture and attain
The poem below was writt en by
Montgomery M. Folsomi in the Journal
and dedicated to Miss Cargill:
As she sat there in the gloaming time
and lightly touched the keys,
The music came like summer winds en
wild and restless seas,
It was like a sweet soul anodyne to sit
and hear her sing
The pretty little organist, I met at II -
dian Spring !
Her pure young face and artless air
and glance betoken more
Than all life's strange experience can
hope to hold in store.
In;God's own ligh t she walked beneath
some Guardian Angel's wing,
The happy little organist I met at In
dian Spring !
I've heard the sweep of master hands
awake each sobbing note,
The melody of artful skill from many
a throbbing throat
But to my weary heart they none such
restfulness could bring,
As the dreamy little organist I beard
at Indian Spring !
Smith & Wearn are selling any
Spring Suit, worth $15 00, $16 50, $I8.00
and $20.00, at $12.50.
Best "50 cent" corset at
When you want anything in the Jew
elry line go to C. W.Collings. He will
give you satisfaction. tf
Jewelry and Watches repaired and
guaranteed by C. WV. Collings. tf
Oxford Ties at Reduced pri ces a
smith & Wecarn's.
South Carolina Journalists Sare in Calcagc
-Will see the Sights.
L-pecial to News and Courier.]
CHICAGo, August 19.-Tne party ar
rived here this afternoon, having heel
delayed several hours between Hi,I
Bridge and Asheville by the engiu4
breaking the eccentric strap. We mad(
the trip from Cincinnati here by day
light and were joined at Cincinnati b3
representatives of the Manon route and
the Pullman Car Company.
Fulling the Wires.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.-Wirepull
ing is the order of the day in politics.
Washington is continually alive with
the ingress and egress ot candidates.
Some arrive in the city as office hunt
ers who-deny their mission to the ap
pointing powers; they ostensibly go on
some other business in adjoining cities,
but make it convenient to slip into
Washington and "see the President,"
or the Postmaster-General, as the case
may be. Some are Aonest enough to
state their mission. But they cannot
all succeed as a matter of fact. Many
in all the States of the Union are still
to be disappointed. May the best men
win reg:;.rdless of faction.
Eoth the method and results when
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem efectual]y, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the niost
popular remedy known.
yrupof Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
All $15,. $16.50, $18 an<
Suits to be Knocked Do
Children's Suiti
All Straw Hats worth 75c. and
All Straw Hats worth $1.25 E
All Straw Hats worth $1.50 an
Negligee Shirns
These Prices Strictl
We want the room for
delay, but come at once an
as this is the only thing tI
the above CUT PRICES.
Public Square,
Newberry, S. C.}T [ "N
We Repasailt StIOfl CaD
Brokers and Prc
Prompt attention given tc
Newberry, S. C.
RO3 Scientific Machine
their cost a dozeni
A child can operatA
29 Muri
Makes Ice Crea
Judge Simonton Decides that. Ralroad
Can Bring Liquor Into the State.
GREF.NVILLF-, S. C., Aug. 21.-Tb4
decision of Judge Simonton in thi
United States Circuit Court in tht
habeas corpus case of Langford wat
tiled to-day.
Laugford is the agent of the Rich.
mond and Danville Railroad at Pros
perity, in this State. He was arrested
and held under the twenty-fifth sec
tion of the State Dispensary liquor law
for delivering to the consignee a keg ol
whiskey shipped from outside of this
State. The section referred to forbids
any common carrier to transport, or
any agent to deliver, packages of liquor
which have not the official certificate
of the State's Dispenser that they are
ifor the State Dispensary. The railroad
company claimed that this section was
contrary to the interstate commerce
laws and the fourteenth amendment to
the Constitution of the United States.
The State claimed that it was the exer
cise of its legitimate police powers.
Judge Simonton's decision briefly
synopsized is as follows: The twenty
fifth section of the Dispensary Act
makes it a misdemeanor for a rallroad
employee to deliver any intoxicating
liquors from his train, and without re
quiring knowledge on his part that the
package contains intoxicating liquorsor
that it is intended for sale. In every
other instance mentioned in thissection,
including private carriers and railroad
and expresscompanies, knowledge that
the intoxicating liquor is intended for
sale is expressly required. This is a
discricm ination against one class of peo
ple-railroad employees-andis in con'
flict with theConstitutionof thisState;
and so not within its police powers and
therefore Dot within the provisions of
the Act of Congeess known as the
Wilson Act. This being the case, the
clause of the twenty-fifth section of
the Dispensary Act, under which the
petitioner was charged and arrested, is
void u%der the interstate -commerce
law and the fourteenth amendincut.
He must be discharged from custody.
The State will piobably appeal to
the United States Supreme Court.
The decision will cause the discharge
of several railroad agents in various
parts of the State that have been ar
rested as Langford was. The railroad
people claim that it virtually relieves
them of restrictions in bringing into
the State and delivering liquor.
For Sale.
Fine Jersey Cow, with young calf
Nice second-band Phaeton, nearly
new, at a barzain.
500 cords of four-foot Pine Wood.
Apply to A. R. DuRNAM,
tt At F. A. Sebumpert's.
A safe and pleasant remedy for
all affections of the Stomach and
Bowels. Manufactured and for
Drug Store.
If Any One Will Use
a case of the Harris Lithia Water and
is not benefited, the money will be re
funded. tf.
Buckleu's Ar=&c salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts. Sores
Bruises, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores,Tet
ter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
Piles or no pay required. Itt is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Prtee 25 cents pe box. For sale by Robert-.
son & (ilcer.
August 16, 1893, at tho residence of
Mr. Hugh Workman, in Laurens.
County, by Rev. Geo. A. Wright, Mr.
G. Lafayette Johnston, of Newb'erry
County, and Miss Ella Bullock.
August 16, 1893, Mr. Milton 0. Dovel,
of Orlando, Fla., and Miss Alma A.
Chapman, daughter of the late Junius
E. Chapman, formerly of Newberry,
S. C.
May 4, 1893, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. F. E. Maybin, by
Rev. W. K. Sligh, Mr. W. D. Halfacre
and Miss Bettie Maybin-all of New
berry County.
Mrs. Thos. F. Harm6n died early
yesterday morning of rheumatism of
the brain. She was an amiable and
kind hearted lady and leaves hus
band and a sweet little daught4r to
mourn the irreparable loss of wife and
Dr. Thomas W. Boozer died pn the
21st instant, aged 73 years. Dr. Boozer
was a graduate of the Charleston Med
ical College in the class of 1840, and
enjoyed a large and lucrative practice
of his profession for about twenty-five
years, when his health gave out andI he
retired to the quietude of his farm. -He
was an honorable citizen and was
buried at Smyrna yesterday.
Miss Sarah A. Fritz, formerly of Co
lumbia, died on the 18th instant, of
consumption, at the home of her niece,
Mrs. A. C. Jones.
Her illness, of long duration, was pa
tiently and submissively borne, look
ing for the end as but the sweet going
home, where so many loved ones were
waiting. Her pure-spirit was ready fox
the heavenward call for her life had
been a consecrated one.
A devoted member of the Methodist
Church, she manifested in her daily
living the true spirit of Christ-faith,
humility, charity-and in each of the
shining virtues she tave evidence of
her sincere piety.
Her gentle, sympathetic r,ature en
deared her to all, and her influence
will ever be felt by those who honor
and cherish her memory. Her remains
are sweetly resting in Rosemont ceme
tery and the imperishable soul is in
paradise joyously waiting the first res
un ection,which will be of the glorified
spiritual bodies of the sainted dead.
Excelled by None
Mr. James E. Lucas
Severe Case of Rheumatism
" I have been troubled with rheumatism dur-.
ing the past year. For weeks at atimelIwas
confined to my room. I resolved to try
Hood's Sarsaparilla
The result of partaking of this great medicine
was that it made me strng m=d healthy as
before.'' JA.MEs E. LUcAs, 818 North Bond
St., Baltimore, Md. HOOD0'S CUR ES.
H OOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable,and.4
not purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggista.
26th. Four Courses: -Classical,
Literary, Scientific, and Law; with~
elective studies in higher classes. New
Gymnasium. Well appointed Labora
tories, Chemical, Physical, Biological,
etc. Necessary Expenses, from $145 te
IFor further information address the
St. Heln
Ythe seat
P LS are a specifc for all
ions DIsordeft arisiiz from Weak
Steuak Impie DWgsm,djK -
Of aT1droz ists. Price 25 ents abox.
XSW'Yor-k Depot. -4r Canal St.
Open to white girls over 17. Session
begins September 27. Gaaduates se
cure good positions. Each county
given two scholarships-one worth
$150 a session and one of free tuition.
First beholarship not vacanta*w
berry County. competitive'examina
tion July 7th at Court House of each
county. Address D. B. JOHNSON,
President, Columbia, S. C.
There is now on exhibition in one of
my show windows the haadeoW
I somest Bicylce ever brougt to thfF
city. It's a Rambler Rac, tull
nickled, cost $175.00 and is one of -the
best- machines on the market. I'not
for sale, but is to be given away, and
this is the manner in which it isto be
be done: If you purchase goods to the
amount of $10.00 or more, cAsh you
will receive a ticket which will eititle
you to one chance in the drawing6
which will take place as sdoi~ai'16e
requisite number of tickets have been
issued, notice of which will be given
through the daily papers. A duplicate
of each ticket issued will be retained,%
and all of these will be placed in a box,
thoroughly mixed and one drawn there
from by a disinterested party. The
person whose name and number ap
pears on the card Ro drawn will be pre
sented with the bicycle.
Don't you need a new Suit of Clotbes
to tide you through the balance of the
Summer? Better purchase it here and
get the benefit of reduced prices. In
order to make room for Fall Stock,
which is soon to arrive, I offer for a
snort time Suits that formerly sold at
$10.50 for $7.50, $12.50 Suits for $9.00,
$15.00 Suits for $11.00 and $18.50 Suits
for $13.50. There's big value in them,
and the sale will not last long. I keen
constantly on hand a complete stock
of Underwear, Neckwear, Gents' Half
Hose, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Col
lars and Cuffs and the latest shapes in
If you do not reside in Columbia,
write for what you want. Prompt
and careful attention given to mail
Clothier and Furnisher,
I $20 Spring
wn to - iI.JU
s at N. Y. Cost..
$1.00 Knocked Down to .50
.nocked Down to - .75
d $2.00 Knocked Down to $1.00
Marked Down to the
< Cash to Everybody.
our~ big Fall Stock. Don't
d bring the COLD CASH,
at will take these goods at
i truly,
E}Against Loss of Property.
For Comfort of Famij.
Against Loss from Business.
tee 8atetil aw Eoomfi.
duce Merchants.
all business entruste'd to us.
)VE R 200,(00 IN DAILY USE
ed by the public for twelve years
td the large number in use to-day is a
arantee to its qualities.
3ld Typewriters taken in part payment
new Caligraphs. We rent and sell on
ay terms.
9 Broad Street, Char~~.S~
LIET Write for
made on a Scientific Principle. Save
times a year. It is not mussy or sloppy
it. Sells at sight. Send for prices an'd
ay Street, NEW YORK.
m in 30 Seconds

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