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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Mtt...................... . . ......... 7 4@84c.
Shoulders ......................... 7c.
1 ............................... 12(al .
Best Lard ............... ....... 9((10c.
Best M01lasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Mo.asses..................... 25@050c.
Cot v ................................... 70o.
Al CILI .......... . . .......,.............. ' 0C.
P ay................ . . ................ 00c.
W bvat Bran........................ $1.15.
1st Vatent Flour.................. to.00.
2rd lest Floar.................... 61.50.
sbrait , 'O ........................ $4.25.
Good Ord'ary F.lour...........$3.50(4.00.
sutga .-....................... ......... 3t(ao6nc.
Rice .................................. 5(a8ic.
Cotffo ............................0.... 10 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per ack... $1.15.
Bal Rulls, per cwt.............. 35c.
Buttor, por lb .................. I5a)20c.
Egg, per dozen ............. 9(alI0c.
Chie :0rs, each................... 15(aV25C.
Peas, pee busl'ei...... ......... 75c.
Corn, per bvs,e'................. 60c.
Oats, per b's. e'.................. 35(a40c.
;Swe t pota+oes .................... 60(af75c.
Turkeys, po..- b .................. 6( 8c.
Fod( or, per cowt ................. 75k90c.
I will give a first (Oass barbecue in
A the vacant lot next to Mrs. Spehl's
Bakery on the 25th Aiiuust, 9C3.
3EO. A. LONG.
We guarantee sati. Lction or money
refunded at the Up-to-date Steam Laun
dry, t if
Any one wishing to take a business %
course should call at this ollice and con- I
suit, iu. We know of two scholarships
in the Georgia-Alabama Busines Col
logo, now in this cotty, which can be
obtained at a reasonable price. It'.3 a
Working Day and Night
The busiest and milht lest little thing
that ever was maide Is Dr. King a New l
Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health, that changes weak
ness into strength, litlessness into en
ergy. brain-fag into mental power. (
Thiy're wonderful in building up the g
S ialth. Only 25c per box. 8old by all
You will never find any other pills 1
o prompt and so pleasant as DeWitt's
Little Early Risers, at Gilder's.
Save the lists on -our laundry pack- s
.,ages and when they amount to $3 00
tend thern in and we will furnish you
freeone bottle of thr- finest cleaning
compound ever inven:d.
t&f tf Up-to-date Steam Laundry.
The Campaign Meeting Saturday Night. t
The county campaign meeting to be r
held Saturday evening in West End in
order to give the mill operatives an op- t
portunity to hear the candidates ad- '
dress the people on the issues of the
day, will be held In time beautiful grove f
fronting Mrs. F. W. 1'ant's residence. I
Everybody should turn out and help to
increase the crowd. The ladies will
serve ice cream, etc., the proceeds of d
the sales to go to the O'Neall Street
church. The occasion will be made a
It wvill surplrise you to experIence thme il
benefit obtained by using the dainty e
* and famous little pilla known as De
Witt's Little Early Rlisers, at Gilder's.
Texas Cleaning Compound that we
manufacture is the finest article for ~
cleaning grease spots from clothing,
and also cleans gloves. We sellUis at
25c. a bottle or give a bottle free to our
patrons when they return to us three r
dollars' worth of laundry lists.
t&f tf Up-to date Steam L!rundry.
County Executive Committee
The Democri.t?c County Executive I
Committee will meet on Thursday, ~
August 80th, at 11 a. m , for the pur
pose of tabulat!ng the returns of the 3
prinriary election and to declare the re- r
suIt of the same. A full attendance of C
the members is desired. C
C. F. BOYD, Chairman
"Through the months of June and
July our baby was teething and -took a
running off of the bowels and eick'iess
of the stomach," says 0 P. M. Holli
day, of Doming, Ind. "Ils bowels
* would move from five to eight times a
* day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's (
Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy in
the horse and gave him four.drops in a
teaspoonflI of -water and he got better
at once." Sold by W. E. Pelham,
Arter netter ntal service. (
The following letter has been re- 1
ceived at this offce from Congressman a
Latlmer, which will 'explain itself:
Sir: I have the honor to acknowledge
receipt of a letter add reseed to you by
Me. E. H. Aull, of Columbia, S. C ,
and by you referred to this omce, re
questing a chauge as schedule on route
$30482, Hlayne to Pomarra, in order that
the' daily papers may be received the
Bame day they are issued, and to inform I
you that the matter will be given due
consideration and will be advised as to
the decision of the Department in thec
case,. Very resp)etfully,
W. S. SIA LLENIIUGERI.
Second Assistant Postmaster General.
Doe. it Pay to Iiuy Che.ap.
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
. that will relieve and cure the more
.aevere and dangerous tesults of throat
and lung troubles. What sh all you do?
Mo to a warmer and more regular cli
-mate? Yes, if possible for you,,then in
.either case take the only remedy that,
has b een introduced in all civi lized
.countries with success in severe throat I
find lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim- 1
uilates the tissues to destroy the germ
.disee, but allays in flammation, e-mses
easy expectoration, gives a good night's I
'rest, and cures the patient. Try one
bottle. -Recommended man yyears by
- ll druggists ID the world. ior sale by
W . a Plham.,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Voto early Tuesday-by all meanE
Geo. IW. Sunmner went to Spartanburg
Wednesday on business.
)r. James McIntosh has returned
from Glenn Springs.
. Mrs. W. IW. llodgos is visiting het
p)arcnts in Greenville.
We give our editoral space up to our
,orrespondents in this issue.
Mr. 0. I. Jamieson has returned
romn hiIS vib't to Mississippi.
Mrs. L. C. I itand is spending a while
n Saluda County w!th friends.
Mr. Thos, J. Hatton, of Renno, spent
;everal days i the city this week.
Mrs. T. N. Parks and children are
isiting at their old home at Parksville.
Mr. J1no. M. Kinard is spending a few
veeks in the mountains of North Caro
Miss Lizzie Rives, of Alachua, Fla.,
s visitin.gq her cousin, Miss. Vera
Miss. Lizzie Griflin of Newberry, is
,s94ing MrL4. J. T. Robertson.--Clinton
Misses Lillie and Nannie Mann have
eturned from a visit to relatives in
Mr. L. M. Speers is attending the
tato Funeral Directorg in Greenville
Mrs Florence Bowman and Miss Joan
hkor, of Charleston, are at Mr. C. A.
Mrs. P. A. Golden, of Newberry, is
isiting Mrs. S. G. LaFar.-Groenville
Mrs. C. A. Milford and Miss. Gouche
re off to Newberry for a weeks visit
Lbbeville Medium. -
Mrs.' T. B. Grenekc and little son
om, of Edgelleld, are on a visit to ret
lives in Helena.
The township campaign meeting will
ie held In the court, house tomorrow,
eginning at 10 o'clock.
Mr. E. A. Carlile, left'yesterday for
xreenville to attend th meeting of the
Itate Funeral Directors.
Miss Lou Hatton return'ed the 1rst
f the week fron a visit to her brother,
dr. Thos. J. Ilatton, at lRnno.
Mr. Win. Langford and daughter,
Ir8. liggins, have returned from their
ummer trip much improved.
Mr. L. IW. Floyd le^t yesterday for a
iusiness trip to Charleston and other
oints In the lower part of the State.
Mr. Robert Y. Leavol Is attendtng
he annual mecetig of the Funeral Di
ectors in Grceoville this week.
Confederate Veterans and others in
ended in pensions should read the
otice of meeting in another column.
Rev. D:. S. T. Iallman has returntcd
roni a three months canvass in Virginia
n the Interest of The Luthern Visitor.
The Charleston excursiouists to the
ip country passed Newberry Wednes
ay, but th< trains did not seem to be
a crowded , s usual.
James DunbAe'a barbecue at Spear
1an's Spring Tuesday was one of the
nest we have ever attended. It was
imply "jam up," as the boys say,
Ever'y voter' should go to the polls
nd vote next Tuesday. It is a duty
very ci tizens owes his county and State
a help elect its officers.
The Misses Ryans, of Newberry, who
ave been visiting at Dr'. J. W. You ng's,
eturned on Saturday last to their home
Mr. T. 0, Stewart, Jr., will leave to
sy for Cordeal, Ga., having accepted a
osition with a manufactuting company
t that place.
Don't fail to attend the meeting in
Vest End tomorrow night. Refresh
tents will be served by the ladles of
)'Neali Street church, for the benefit
*f the chureh.
The County D)emocratic Executive
~ommittee will meet next Thursday to
abulate the returns and declare ,the
be result of the first primary election.
Miss Hlattle Leavell h as returned from
n extended trip embracing Richmond,
ollieraville, Norfolk, Wilmington, N.
J., and Florence, being accompanied
Lome from the latter place by her
riend, Miss Bessie Head.
Mrs. E. G. Wilkerson, of Charleston,
ame to Newberry Wednesday on a
isit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1W.
~. Meggett; also Mt's. K. B. King and
ttle Miss Ella Meggett, of Charleston,
re visiting relatives in the same house
Millions Given Away
It is certainly gratifying to the pub.
in to know of one concern in the land
vh(, are not afraid to be generous to the
ieedy and suffering. The proprietors
f Dr.. King's New Discovery for CIOn
umption, Coughs and Colds, have
~Iven away over ten million trial bot
les of this great medicine;and have
he satisfaction of knowing it has ab
olutely cured thousands of hopeless
ases, Asthma, Bronch itis, Hoarse
iess and all diseases of tile Throat,
Ihest and Lungs are surely eured by
t. Call on all D)ruggist, and get a trial
iottle free. Regular size 4600. and $1.
Eivery bottle guaranteed, or price re
The quicker you stop a cough or co'd
he less danger there will be of fatal
ung troubles. One M inute Cough Cure
e the only harmless t'emedy that gives
mmediate results. You will like it, at
The wolf in the fable put on sheep's
ilothing because as he travelled on his
'wn reputation ho couldn't accomplish
is pur poa. Counterfeiters of De
~Vi tt's Wi t'h Hazel Salve couldn't sell
heir worthless salves on their merits,
o they put them in boxe and wrap.
orasllkefDeWitt's. Look out for them.
L'ake only DeWitt's Witoh Ha~zeI Salve.
It cures pils and all skin diseases, at
To Opn fat. Poiaaa August 911h, anl Closo
at Newberry August 25th-Vatudl
tates Must Filo Pledge by
The following Is the schedule of the
county campaign as at-ranged at the
recent meeting of the Executive Com
COUNTY CAM'AIUN SCHE.DULE.
No. 2-1'. W. Keitt's, Friday, Aug. 24.
No. 1-Newberry, Saturtlay, Aug. 25.
No. I-West End, Saturday night,
In India, the land of famine, thou
sands (ie because they cannot obtain
food. In Amer;ca, the land of plenty
many suffer and (lie because they can
not digest the food they eat. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat.
It instantly relieves and radically cures
all stomaeh troubles, at Giler's.
The surviving soldiers and sailors of
the State and Confederate States in the
late war between the States are notified
to meet in the townships where they
reside, at the places named below, on
Satuday, and pro-ced to elect a repre
sentative to the county convention of
delegates at Newberi-y Court lousc,
on the first Monday of September next.
The veterans will meet on Saturday,
September 1st, 1900, at following niamed
Towrship No. 1.-Newberry C. 11.
" " 6 2.-Mt. Bethel.
" 1 1.-WIcker's Camp Or'd.
The Section relating to the election
Is as follows:
Section 13. The County Board of Pen
sloners abail be constituted as follows:
On the first Saturday of Augustof each
year the surviving soldiers and sailors
of the State and Confederate States in
the late war between the States, in
each township, shall meet at a time and
place therein desigtnted by the Chair
man of the County Board by two weeks
public notice, and having organized by
electing a chairman and secretary, sh all
elect by ballot an ex-Confederate sol
dier or sailor, not a holder of, nor an
applicant for a pension, as a represent
ative of the veterans of said township."
M. A. CARIsLM,
Chairman County Board of Pensioners.
Chinese are dangerous enemies, for
they are treacherous. That.'s why all
counterfeiters of DeWitt's Witch I lazel
Salve are dangerods. They look like
DeWitt's, but instead of the all-healing
witch hazel they all contain ingredients
liable to irritate the skin and cause
blood poisoning. For piles; injuries
and skin diseases use the original and
genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
The County Campaign.
The County Campaigners will wind
up the rounds here to-morrow.' The
last meeting being hold in the grove
in f-ont of Mrs. F. W. Fant's residence
to-morrow night, for the benefit of the
voters of West End.
The meeting at Spearman's spring
F"riday was probably the largest meet
ing of the campaign, the crowd num
bering about 500, and it was a jolly,
good-natured cro,td too. Everybody
enjoyed the day and the dInner, pre
pared by James Dunbar, was most ex
The other mettings this week have
been held at Whitmire, Mt. Pleasant
yesterday and to-day they are at T.
To-morrow tile meeting for No. 1
T[ownship will be held in the court
Don't forget the WVest End meeting
at night. The ladies want to serve the
candidates and all their friends with
ref 1eshments at this meeting. Go and
help on a good cause.
Bed Hlot From the Gun
Was tile ball thait hit 0. B. Steadt
mran of Newark, MIchigan, in the Civii
War. It causedl horrible Ulcers that
no0 treatmenlt helped for 20 years. Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him.
Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Fel
ons, Corns, Skin Eruptions., Best Pile
cure 'on earth, 2.5 eta. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by all DruggIsts.
All summer goods are being closed
out regardless of cost. At Wooton's
Magistrate at Prosperaty.
To tile Democratic Voters of No 9
Gentlemen:--As you all know, I am a
candidate in the coming primary for
Magistrate at Prosperity. .1 have been
unable to attend all of thle recent pub
lie gatherings, on account of the illness
of my little daughter. I therefore take
this method of hlavinig a kind and
friendly word with you.
I have none but pleasant words to
speak of my two opponents. We are
friends, always have been, and always
will be. They have oach served you as
Magistrate in past years. I have never
had tihe privIlege of doing so. If, there
fore, you see fit to give me a trial, I
p ledge you in advance a cornpotent,
faithful, sober and honest, adm inistra
t,ion of the business of the offce, anid
assure you that you will nlever have
cause to regret that you voted for.
Yours most respectfully,
D. H. WITHE~RrOON.
Prosperity, A ug. 21st, 3900.
Millions will be spent in politics this
year.We can't keep the campaign go
ITng wit,hout money any more than we
can keep the body vigoroud without
food. Dyspeptics used to starve them
selvee. Now Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure
digests what you eat and allows you to
eat all the good food you want. It rad
Ically cures stomach troubles, at Gi
Superb line Glenta Pants and we can
fit you. At Wooten's t
When the nex. issue of this paper i
printed the primary election will be in
progress, and the candidates will be iI
the balances. We hope It will be a
quiet and orderly election, and the re
sult should be accepted in the right
spirit, for the peoplo are sovereign and
hav the right to say whom they want,
to serve tbeti.
We 1101)0 to have Otl' friends with us4
on tho night, of the election. Our olie
will be open and we nope to get in the
returns at an early hour. Chairman
lloyd will make his headqluarters at
The lerald ollice umi on Tuesday night
Newspaper IU-w will yrsent a lively
scene. Come and e I with us, and wo
WiII endeavor to geive you the Iews.
The Store next to W. T. Tarrant's.
Also ten rooms m) stairs.
f 5t Alus. Nt. L. PANSNr;I?t.
Ilow to Vote.
One for each oflice oi county ticket
except House of Representatives and
Throe for the House of liepresentia
tives and two for suh-supervisor.
The voter has the privilege, how
ever, to strike out 'Iaics of all candi
dates for IHotui of liepresentatives, or
any name of any other candidates on
State or County tickets and not lose
Thie ballot for magistrate must be
cast in the district In which the magis
trate is to bo elected and he voter re
sides. Only one magistrate can t)e
vo'edt for, and the names of all other
candidates for magistrates on the
ticket must be erased.
D)eath of a MRAe(ted Citietn of Mariotp.
Marion, Aug. 21 -Mr. Wml. (,ills
Davis, a highly respectod vitizen of thiti
town, died early this morning after a
8evere illness of several wec k8duration.
Ho was connected by birth and mar
riage with some of the most prominent
families of the county, and was a step.
son of the Rev. J. It. Campbell of the
South Carolina conferences and a
brother of the late Mrs. Adelaide Moor
man, witow of ltobert Moorman, Esq..
of Newberi y.-Special to State.
The Last of tiho e.aou.
R. 8. Perry will give the last barbe
cue of the season at Perry's Cross
Roads in Saluda County, on Sal urday
September 1st., for the pleasure of the
defeated candidates he says.
For Sale or Rent. House and Lot
on Colledge Street.. Apply to
40 WImI JOIINSTON.
Death of Mrs.John Sondley.
M s. John Sond ley, of Ne wherry, died
yesterday, at t.he home of her Pon, in
this city, whom she was vi.,iting when
taken Ill. The remains were this morn
ing carried to Newberry or intermet.
The pallbearers were'l'. I Aughtry, )r,.
Guerry, Capt. Graham, Rufus Lever,
Dr. Pope and Mr. Smnith.-Columbia
The Ewart-Pifer Co A re displaying
some neat and nofy effects in 1Hats
and neck wear'. Call and see them.
The weather contImtes hot and dry.
Cotton is opening rapidly In this
community. The cotton in this section
will not average much more than one
halh of a crop. Late corn a failure.
Mrs. A. H. Miller Is lying very low
with typhoid fever.
Miss. Mary Peterson Is visiting at
Mr. 3. C. singleys.
Misses Bernice More ar.d D)osia Eppa
have been visiting Mr. J. D. Stones
Dr. J. W. K(inard, of Columbia is
visiting his mothers family here.
We attended the Sunday.school con
vent,ion held at Sr.. Lukea church last
week. The convention was well attend
ed and Interesting in every way.
Ivir'. 3. A. C. Kibler one of the comn
missions who was appolnted1 to assist
the Supervisor in looking after the
roads let out a contract recent,ly to
build a bridge over Cromors creek In
the lower part of the county. Mr. Kib
Ier believes in good roads and if ho is
elected to that office the people may
expect to have good roads.
Weo offor One Hundred D)oliari. Reward for
any case of Catarrh that can not be curedi by
Hlail's Catarrh (Curn.
F. J. CHI ii N E~Y & CO., Props, Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned have ka,own F. J. Chte
ney for the last, 15 years, and beliive haim
perfect lyhorbe in all h,uslness transac
tios ad inacialyablo so carry out any
obligations nmde by their firm.
WEOiv& TaUiA X Whiolesalei)rgiets.Toledlo 0.
WAL!NrO, INNAN & AIavi, Whiolesalo
D)rugiss Toledo. Obio.
Hial's CEatarrhl (lure is takeun internally, act
ing dliretly uplon tim ,ho blood an mucous sur
f'aces of the System. Price The. pier bottle
Bolby all D)rug is. Test.imonialis fr e.
Hl'FaIly Pills are the best. '
B. M, of WOmIaII's Co1eIco, Richmnoild, Ye,
Wiil open School September 1st, 1900.
Music Room in central part, of town.
Terms, $2.50 per 8 Lessons.
.DBars the 1T0 Klidulldal lHAlw~y Sougt
POINTS FiOM DICOSFICtITY.
1url of i Illtbe-'ersonal Not- -. I4epen.
Maaty Elizabeth, the little iinle-Ionths
Old Ia)y girl of Mr. aid Nrs. J. A. Donm
illick, of K ilards, died at their hotie at 2
at. Is. Suiday inoriltlig after sufferling
abolt th-ee weeks with pineumonia. The
baby was brought to l'rosperity Suiday
afternlool aild laid to rest in the cemnetery
here beside its little brother. )r. Pressly
of Due West perforiniig the burial ser.
vice. Sad indeed ate these doiigs of tile
Divine iaud, yet lie I'doeth all things
well" and giveth grace for every trial.
The bereaved parents have the sylipatihy
of this entire conusunity in their hour of
alfliction and sorrow.
Al isses Ala Sunmmner and LiSa Mathis
of Atlanta are visiting relatives here.
Alr. Jno. S. Barr is at home again after
at four weeks' stay inl Sal ia.
Messrs. Putireell and Chalners, of New
berry, visited friends l-re Sunday, and
Shecriff 11uford spent 3inlday nlight anld
14o01day Ilnornling inl town.
lr. ad Mrs. H. Patton Ketnedy, of
Due West, returned homse Monday after
(Iuite a pleasant visit at the lioie of Mr.
1). 11. Witherspoon, Mrs. K's. father.
There has been considerable fever Iere
asd around for sonse tinme timne past,
soine of it being typhoid, sotme mualarial.
Among those who have been suffering
with it are Llian Bruce, May Wither
spoonl, 1. C. Sinlgley, W. W. liruice alld
Jerome Harnmon, of town. Al' are cost
valescent again except the latter, who
has had typhoid for Inore thaln five
weeks, though he is now improving.
Our physicians have been very siccessful
in iteating these cases.
Dr. J. L. Pressly, of Due West Female
College, preached excellent sermons in
the A. R. P. Church iere last Sabbath
1uiorting and the Methodist Church in
the afternoon. They were elevating.
Mr. J. L. Wise's large ten-room house
will soon be finished. *1is family will
tmove ill this fall.
"To be or not to be," that is the ques
tiou. Our towin council has ordered an
election on September ioth on the ques
tion of "Dispensary" or "No Dispensa
ry" for Prosperity. This will be the
third annual election ont the (iesstoi,
and it is opined that this time the dis
pensarv will "be."
The officers of the A. R. P. Church are
muoderating a call for a pastor, Rev. A. G.
Kirkpatrick having resigned the charge
and moved with his fanily to All Heal
inig, N. C.
A prolracted meeting will be lid in
the Methodist Ciuirch here soon, begin
ing, probably, about the first of Septem
ber. May great good result.
We had a most delightful aid greatly
needed rain yesterday afternoon, and
more of the sane sort last night, making
in all a good seaon. The former was ac
coinpanied by considerable wind, which
blew settees from porclies and flower
pots from piazza shelvi-, though no se
rious damage has been heard of. How
Crateful we should be for the seasonable
rain! Hope it was general.
I have noticed a pheniomena the pIm t
few nights which sone reader of Thie
Herald and News can ppssibly explain,
viz.: The twinkling of the stars. Bvery
.tar in the firmamtenit has twintkled1 con
tinuously, except about seven of the
brightest and best. The evening star,
lying about 25 dlegrees from the hlorizon
at to o'clock, a little above south, seemsed
brighter titan tiusal, buit twintkled nlot. A
bright antd very red star between it and
the milky way twinkled assiduously. Onse
other to the left of msilky way, onse di
rectly overhead and three or four others
father to the west ansd nsorthl were very
bright and did not twinikie; but all others
seemted danicinig in their laces. The~y
carried mue back to the nursery rhyme of
"'Twisnkle, twinkle little star,
How I wvondcer what you arc,
Up above tise world so high,
Like a diamonsd in thle sky."
And it mlade mie tiink of the little tot's
sweet aswer, whten askedi what the
twinkling, stars were. She said thsey
wese "anigels winking their eyes." Per
haps somse "star-gatzer" cams tell us why
the p)resenst twintkling goes osn, and its
The cansninsg factory lhere has closed
for the season. The tomiato antd p)eachl
crop were small and- onsly x8,ooo cans
were put upj. The several p)rivate cani
nieries arousid are pultting uip table goods
Our roller miii conttinsues to run day
ansd night, turnting out the finest of what
the dlarkey calls "hseavesnly (lust.''
Dr. J. M. Kinsard, drutggist at Dr. Ow
ings' ill Columibia, is spenidisng a p)art of
the summiser with relatives in our msidist.
Mrs. J. P'. Wheeler, accomspansied lby
the little ones of the family, left Tuesday
for a visit to relatives at Silver Street.
The first bale of snew cotton was
brought to Prosperity last Saturday by
Mr. J. S. Nichols. It weighed 465 Ibs,
classed strict mtiddlinig aid was sold to
HIawkinis Bros. for 9% Thse crop is
openting fast here and( on5 an average it
will take four acres to msake a bale.
The ansnual reunsion of the survivors of
Co. G, J3tht S. C. V., will be held at
Vounig's Grove, belowv towns, ons Saturday
of this wveek. The sermou will b)e pireachi
ed b~y Chaplaisn, Rev. J. C. Counts, anid
a barbecue will be servedl. The business
mneetinig will be held in Prosperity at 9
a. m-s PAJ.MWIro.
Any ono finding an umbrella yrith
"0. E. B." on the handle will oblige by
leaving It at the Heorald and News
August 14., 1900, by 0. A. M ills, N,
P., at bis residence, Mr. Lauton Werts
and Mlss. Ora Proctor.,
To th Eection M,s"gerit.
C -1nty (3hir11ma1 Im)yd reqiestm u1
to HLitto that he ha-i the boxes all pre
paLrel aid ready to be delivered to the
imaagers. lie hat vilclosed a copy of
tho rules goveiiing primary olections
and antl oat.h to le takenl by thc mian
agers. One nlla.over calh -0 before at
magistrate or notary puiblic and take
the oath and he can lb en administer it
to the others. 'Thle polls will be openied
alt 8 a. i. and h,se alt -I p. lit. The
boxes are at J. W. White's storo on
A Mliniatil tif,old vorlt.
"11 had at severo attack of hillouis
colie, got a boille (f Camb.erlatini's
Colic, Cholera aild >iarlrhova I"'.11medy,
took two loses anid as entiely ciired,"
says IRev. A A. I'ower, of iEmporiat,
Kan. ",Iv neighbor aciross the street
was Sick for over a week, hld t.wo or
three botitles of iedivine from t ho doe
torv. Ile iusedI them for h-re'' or four.
datys without relief, So dischared him.
I wenit over to see him tihe ne i morn
ing. lie said his bowe's wone ih a ter
rible fix, that Ithey had bek I runn11inkg
off so long that, it was n1111ost, bloody
flux. I asked him if le lnd tried Chat
berlain's Colie, 'holera and Dia.-rhotea
Iimedy and h said. 'No,' I went
home andt briouIghIt I hil mylV bottle and
gave hlimil OW! ihie; told bm1 I ttace
another dose in liftcen tor tweilt-v minl
utes if iv did n(t lind relief. but, he
took no4 more and wvas olitiroly cmred."
Por. sale by W. . I 'elhaml), I IlD-r gist.
Managers of Primary Elcction,
T I P Ol W1.OW*' I NGI 'AtSONS AR IE1
appoiited Alangers for the pri
mary election to he I. Id August 28,
TOWNI-1ili' No. I.
Old Men's Club-- S. I'. Hloozr, Alex
Singleton, I). W. '. Rihler.
Young Men's Club-- G. S. Noland,
It. L. r'arrant, 'I'. E. IOtinr.
Carolillit Cl-.l. W. Rceeder, P. I
lynum111, J. C. Myers.
Factory Club-t. C. M .1i, J. B.
80enn1, J. Z. Adan1.
I elena 01lub- It. I"'. Julian, Welch
Wilbur, J. S. Salter.
Johnstone Academy Club-.. Cal
Neel, A. ,. oozer, \V. 1'. W allaie,
Htartford Clu' - P. L. Iv'aysinger, 1'.
M1. Ilawkins, W. S. Nobles.
TOWNSH ii' NO. 2.
Nit. Bethel Club-W. C. Brown, W.
H. Wendt, S. J. 1). Price.
G'arinaty Club- It. P. Cailoll, . ..
Leitzsey, J. S. Itl.
NItulberry Clith-I. 1). Nance, 'T. W.
Keitt, J. W. Suber.
TOWNSHIP NO. 3.
Maybinton Club-W. It. Oxner, 1). A.
Thomas, Beln . M at.binl.
Mt. Pleasat. Club--M. .J. Smith,
Josc Adams, Mooran Ituff.
T'OWNStii1 No. -.
Whitmire -lub-. IlLar'ly, .1110.
W. Scott, G. F. A br hams.
Long Lane (1lub--'. I". Chandler,
W. 'T. Cofield, C. M. Polk.
TOWNSiIP Na0. 5.
Jalapa Olub-C. W. Buford, W. W.
Farrow, Hicks Connor.
Cou'verviative C11h W. II. Ilby, .1
S. Chalmers, W. S. Dobbins.
TO WN. 41i1 NO. (1.
'TIn'llity Club- -. E. Ilongshoir, Jno.
Hendrix, H1. '. L.onlgshorc.
Old Mon's Club- J. Will Wilson. S.
IE. Henn, 11. 11. A briatms.
Rteed ville Club - J no. N '.iv i n,gto).
Gary, Johnson, Madison McKitt ick.
TOWNSI(IPl N.). 7.
Sailuda (Club-JI. I'. IDavenpor't. I lenry'3
LH. 1 ,i ndsay, J1. WV. Sanider's.
Chappelis Cluba--. . Sm u'ay, G. F,.
Schtumnpert, WN. I. Smith, Jr.
Vaiughanville Club- J. I). Brooks,
W',. I. GJarre'ot, M. I). Smit,b.
Utopita Club--Samn Crouch, If. A.
lIoozeor, H-enry~' Long.
East liversidle Cluab -II. T1. Ilizhrdt.,
David Paysinger, W. J1. Swi tte nberg.
TiOWNSIllPI No. 9i.
Warehouse Clunb-.It. I. Stoud omayer,
HI. 13. Wicker, 0. L. Schum pert., .11r.
St. Luko'si Club- -N. IC Taylor, C. S.
Nichols, A. L. Boozer.
Saluda Club-J. I'. Monts, J1. 11. Daw
kins Mi. WN. ledetnbaugh.
O'NeaIl Club-G. S. Moore, J1no. II.
Koon, G. II. DomIn ick.
Mt. Pilgrimn Club- 3. M. Worts, .Jno.
A. Long, J1. D. D.ominick.
Swilton Club--Ira A. Miller', 10. K
Sligh, Ira Bland.
Liberty Club U. D. IIlunter', J1. M.
r4ester, TI. J. I1 luntea'.
MNonthcello Club-J. II. Stockm-an, P'.
BI Warner, D). L. Boozer'.
Fairview Club--J. Ader' Haker, L.. D).
Moarris, M. S. Domilnick.
TIOWNm4HiIP NO. It0.
Union Club--MI. L,. Strauss, 10. A,
["oilers, WV. F. ICl iow.
Jolly Street Club-W. 13. lloincat,
John I. Sensc, J1. I. Livingston.
St. Pauil's Clubh-Joh n I". K ilIer, .J.
Mt. Wicker, J. H. IHedenbauugh.
Central Club-J. M. F'engle, .J. C.
Sligh, C. WV. Shoaly.
T. C. Merchnnt,.
TiOWVNSiitP NO. II.
Zion Club--I". A. Girahiam, .John W.
Klnar'd, II. 13. Itichardson.
St. P'hdlhips' Cluib- It. C. Sligh, NM. L.
Wicker, W. I). Ilifaacre.
WValton Club-HIachman Suaber, WV.
S. Adams. W. HI. Decrrick.
I"ork Club---W. II. Counts, Q. Mi. KI..
nard, I). T. Wi'ckcr.
Bailot boxes and Instr'uctionsu will be
delivered to Manager's on and after
August, 20th. 0. 1". I Y I),
('hairaman Co Demn. 10x. Corn.
August 3s, 1900.
We Sell Furniture,
Organs, Sewing Ma
chines, Mattings, Car
peting, Rugs, Stoves,
&c., for Cash or on In
1 R. C. Willias' Old 8tand.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble MakCs You Mlserible.
Ahnosi everybody who reads the news
papci; is cu're to know of the wonderful
cures madc by Dr.
Kilmer's Swa p-Root,
the great kidney', liver
and bladder remedy.
A It is the great mnedi
cal triumph of the nine
tecenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the cmi
neint kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uri(; acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilimer's Swanp-Root is not rec
omiuended for everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
Just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it. may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generou
offer In this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilner& Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. T he
regular fifty cent and 1omof 8wainp.iRoO
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
BotLe S '1aWI te.
Made of pure Artesian
Water and very best
Syrup and Extracts.
An excellent andl refreshin"g suilmmer
drink, m11o6t, carefully lult up by The
I have aItiangeI t ,(ll dir-e to fat -
ilies in cases of two dozenl bottles at
75e. per case--hot tlits to be returned t
C-e o vo a-CoIla, Iarap it, Gir.
ger and S'trawlterry u-aorteil in ease,
or onle lhavor, if <lesirtid.
(arV(10s holi It Nos. 29 and 71 will
r'eceive promlpt attentionl.
(;iv iti a trial and be convinceed of
75c. per Case of 2 Doz.
'AAT Ol' Sor'lI CAIOLINA)
C()UNIY 010 N I\ \1'lRHt Y
IN l'Il1ATE' CO 1RT'.
lt' W. W. II1 i-dges, E4( I, Pra to .1 uIg.
A I loI I,I RA .,- (;: 1()11 t , V 1;i 1%
SV ter' hathl naadeIistit to mli grnat
himt letters of Admtinirationt of the
lNtat e iand ell'ts of G.eor'ge t. I)u\alt,
Tlhesie are. Iterefor'e, ti i'lle :andl adi
mxonishi all andi sinigulart thle kindredl
andu ereditor4 oif thle said Geor'ge ( .
I I\\'att, dieeasid, thatiI they~ bie andi
appear biefiore meo, in I hie ( 'urt of Prio
biate, to bie beld aut Newbe'rry ( Surt.
I louse, enth 2:st h iday of A ugust ntext,
alfter pbIlentOt inn hereof, at II i 'clou
in the huireinon, ((o show~i caulse, iI anav
the(y have't, why~'I he' stuhl A\dmtinistr'
tI n shiould nit. bet graintied.
G. iven undIer r.y haund' this the $tlt
day or A ugut A nut' IDomuin j It9tit.
.J. P. N. V.
Tate Epsomn Spring
Water for sale at
Everybody is pleased
with this health-afford
ing Mineral Water.
Harris Lithia and
All on Draught,
Glenn Springs Water
Cool and by the case at
Fr'e.h TIurn ip Seied at (GI lder'si Corner
Dru'tg Store. f&t (f.
A goodi 'Tlcum Px lowder for' 5c. atnd
100. a box at Gtlder's Corner D)rug
Store. f&t tf
Maston's !"ruit Jar's antd Rubi ers, low
est cash~ piCces, at Gil1der's Cot nler l)rug
Biluit's Tlurnip Seed at Gilder's Cor
ner Drug Store. f&' g,
F'ruit Jars andi Rubbers att lowest cash
pr'ices at Gilder's Corner Dug Store. If
Wec keep none but the best antd the
freshtest D)rug., at Gilder's Corner Drug
Stor'e, fat t'f,
F"or good CIgars anid TPobacco go to
Oildr's Cor'ner .irug Store. f&t tf
Tiur'nIpl Seed I TurnIp Seed!! Fresh
and the best at Gilder's Corner' Druy
Store. f&t If
New lot of Now 1England Watches
just In. Como ini and see us.
I If DJantnia & Co.