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LEWIS J. SCHAUL, jeweler.
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|4UN<t tbo ftollio IO A *ori'
efaret-rui aspect and aa a uonamiuomM
t|* farmer* tbo MM to town rtn
gteet a# with «n»re pleasant amilea
The amount of fruit eiperiallj
tieotbe* l# tbl» elnalty ha* been
unprecedented. Hut not man? not
ona are brought to market, aud the
lew are high prteed and aorry-
Thare have been a nuaibrr of elait-1
or* to our town during the past aev- '
eral week.*, but hardly ao many a*
We are pained at chronicling the
death of Clarence R Rtbsli*. who bad
been sick for a number of week*. He
IVlt* a clerk In the Alliance store raid
J. MILLER WALKER
wai universally esteemed for the ex
cellence of hi* character. There 1*
great consolation In the assurance we
feel that our loss Is his gain.
A number of Interesting sermons
have been delivered by Rev. Mr.
Car Hedge of Wnyuesboro, who has
been assisting the pastor of the Pres
byterian church iu his yearly meet
The annual meeting of our Baptist
church Is to begin on Friday. Wo
regret to know that the pastor, Rev.
E. I*. Harris. Is not at all well.
Railroad excursions share with poli
tics in claiming the attention of the
negroes. Excursions are got up ev
ery few days to Athens. Augusta, At
lanta and Macon, and carry many a.
dollar from hero
The remains of two aged citizens of
our county have been deposited In the
vitlago cemetery within the past two
weeks. One was Seaborn N. Alvee.
who had reached almost four-score and
had spent Ills long lire in a quiet, un
obtrusive. honest manner. The other
was Mrs. Jane Hammoch. the aged
widow of Henry T Hammock, who had
preceded her to the grave. She was
Miss Crawford of Columbia county,
but had spent much the larger portion
of her married life in Crawfordvlllc.
Both of these aged people had been
much afflicted, though their deaths
were not expected at the time they
occurred. _ , , . > ,
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T%* *- «*ttf Nbertlaa «t tha IH«*Ln I
jreuntv > *«O|MU *i wa* held |i*t*f 1. 1
jat Ha via asih. fs-lUbt * mrewut Ui
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Wood upee. baa A t.,*t two hundred (**-
pt# war* pr**'n'. and sws fifth tug pan*.
*4 nf sarart pleasantly TVr* waa vary
j little drinking and. aa rate of the raa
jdldaie* aatd. there waan'i earaigh 111**
men la lha crowd to make o*e man
drunk A flnr kart* rue waa aerveil and
everyone aalnyad himself vary murk.
Congrraamao 3 Win Stoker stoppa.l
over la CntumMa last night from lees
villa, where the let melon rotwily cam
paign meeting waa held. Tbo*. T.
Antinr Tillman wa# there and made
1 a fine speech, taking aa ht* subject
t'lrmaoa college aa well aa other higher
.tnalltatlrats of learning He had some
thing lo aay about Ihl# dispensary also
After the speaking a big barbecue
jwaa served. The only thing to mar the
'meeting wa# a big rata which scattered
|the crowd ronatderably.
j Dr. Stoke* la not looking very well.
He say* he 1* worked down, and ha*
a alight attack of la grippe. The neat
I county meeting he expeela to attend
will t>e at Swansea Saturday.
It Is reported that there la to be a
eonferenra of Mormon eldera at Sharp't.
'Falrfleld county, on next Saturday,
j These eldera have been frequently seen
In Columbia of late,and they are doubt
tesa gathering for Ihl* cimfeience. The
Mormons have more ronverta In that
community than In any other part of
the state. It was In the same section
that the elder# received their bad treat
ment last year.
j Yesterday a charter waa granted to
the Imperial Building and Irian asao
riatton of Charleston The corporators
are: R. O. Hhett. T. T Hyde, and
\V, H. Thomas. The capital stock Is
!$150,000. and the officers are: ft. Qood
|w|n Uhctt. president; T. T. Hyde, »ee
retary aaid treasurer; W. H. Thoma*.
I Thr* negro state teachers' Institute Is
lln session at Benedict college. The first
I session was held yesterday and was
largely attended. Those teachers desir
ous of improving would do well to at
tend the meetings.
Mr. Kd V. Green of Sumter Is reg
istered at the Columbia.
Rev. John Kershaw of Charleston
stopped over In the city last night on
hi* way to Blowing Rock. N. C.
Mr. A. H. Brice of Woodward was
In Columbia yesterday,
Mrs. S. T. Hughes and daughter.
Miss Addle, are visiting iu Columbia.
■FIRE IN WINNSBORO.
Stored Cotton Damaged In SI,OOO to
$1,500 and is Insured.
Special to The Herald.
Wtnnshoro. S. C.. Aug. 11.—Fire
broke out In the large warehouse of
Mr. W. B. Crelghts Tuesday night at
12:30 o’clock In which about three hun
dred bales of cotton were stored. The
loss Is estimated about one thousand or
fifteen hundred dollars; covered by in
I The origin of the fire Is unknown, but
'the supposition Is that the lightning
j struck It during the storm Tuesday af
I The kitchen of Mr. W. H. Withrow
was slightly damaged by fire Tuesday
morning. A defective due was the
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port
folio No. 9. just received
at Herald Office.
The wise man knows how little ho
knows of what may be known.
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n*y«r. la an »nl»rpri«lbg kitrlMl < t
this towa. awd la tk# aawlor mereba* <«J
I'»* firm of rftesdmai. 4 RWf, H* 'll*
born rad reared Hi roomy.
|4aw m'jaa aoath of tki* Mara Mr
Pi«a h *a la H years old awd h*a kaan
ia re* <t*Wl of Hateeborg akorx two
' y*WWL H* began hi* kwatnea# ewrrer
| with to other capital thaw f%arar'*f
. and Industry- Hat through hi* tre
, mennuus energy. Industry and annul
> jadgmcwi be has gradually enlarged
h r arb* twa# of luuMnes* wnlll H now
! reach** upward* of fifty thousand dol
jisr# a year.
[ It la father wa* Cid. J. H Steadtnaa,
jof it a Sixth regiment of Sooth Caro
| llna veiuateer*. and fought galtaatly
'all tho ugh the war. Col. Rlewdman
| wa* murdered by a hand of nrgro rob
ber# the year after the war rloard. For
tome y.ar* afterward young Steadman
crested bl* widowed mother In the
management of her farm and nttening
the public school# during the winter,
t lortha until he was SI year* old. when '
he rewrored lo Ml. Willing. In Saluda ;
, county, from which plae- he rame lo 1
Bnteaburg to engage In the mercantile
! business. Mayor Rteatlman la /in active
and consistent member of the Metho
dist church and a teacher In the Sun
day school and la exceedingly popular
with Ihe people In the town and sur- j
rounding country, they having great
confidence In him a* an upright bual- J
nets man, Rnteshurg ha* every cause
to feel proud of the man she ha* rho
•en to fill the most Important position
within her gift for the ensuing year.
Among the many, visitor* from the
surrounding country at the (’enter
Springs picnic were Messrs. N. Rogers
Bayly, St. Jullen Outturn. Jame# 9.
Fox snd Edwin Folk Strother, of
Bateshurg. The above gentlemen were
also present at the german that fol
lowed. the same evening, at the Edge
field opera house, where they were cor
Mlsa Bertha Blease one of Newber
ry's most popular young ladles. Is the
guest of Miss Naomi Conner, of Bates
Misses Ida Norris and Sallle Mobley
are visiting Miss Ruth Cooner.
The Misses OambrlU, of Abbeville,
are spending a few days with Mrs. Dr<
E K. Hardin.
Mr. Edwin Folk Strother, who has
been spending a 'etv weeks vacation In
the mountains, has returned to his of
During the past week much Interest
waa taken in the tennis tournament.
As ihe contest became closer each day
the attendance grew larger. Among
the winners were Messrs. D. Peyton
Hartley and William A. Cooner.
Rev.. A. C. Wilkins, the popular pas
tor of the Batesburg Baptist church,
was engaged the past week assisting
Rev. M. D. Pndgett In a series of revi
val meetings at Salem church In Sa
luda county. Mr. Wilkins Is one of Ihe
m< at eloquent preachers In the Baptist
denomination and much good results
from hts preaching wherever he goes.
He preached an able 6ermcn Sunday
night from the text: "Watch therefore,
for ye know neither the day nor the
hour wherein the S6n of Man cometh."
Miss Josle V. Sharkey, a leading
young milliner of this town. Is visit
ing friends at Newberry this week.
Mr. Daniel Quattlehaum, formerly of
this county, hut now a resident of Nor
folk, Va„ paid our town a brief visit
a few days ago. He returned to Nor
folk Monday afternoon.
Miss Marie Colemnn. one of John
stone's belles, is Mow the guest of Miss
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s Orosttowa Aug. 11 Mr*. Wall
: bowrh ttutboe of Aliena armed at
i Villa Jdartoa on Tuesday
Mtaa Rob Smith of Apple Grove to
i v talkn# her ouM la Ankosia.
Mi* Caiao-ia* and her Ultle daugh
ter Mm Harnett Oalboti*#. left u* on
i Tuesday for her brane. in Atlanta.
Mtaa lull# Thompson hat Ml u# to
1 |j* w * Abort flint u> h**f *uq( is Ilfs*/*
Mm Celia# Allen who ha* been ohe
jof Hon* Hour)'* rkarminc pi»" dnr-
J inc the past «*e«h. ha* also returned
to her home. In Angus*a
Mr* George laohur ond Mr WUI
: l/ikur have been flatting Mr. and
| Mr* Mangntn. at Oak View
Mr*. Robert Miller and Ml** Annie
: Green hare gone up u> EUts for a few
| day* to viali frlooda.
Mlm Alma llrabme. one nf Augusta *
I pretty maid*, cave us a passing call
ua her way home from EH.a.
The Euchre club held Ite usual
marling on Friday night Instead of
Ha onlay, and waa thoroughly enjoy
ed by all. Who ever attended an en
[tertainmeat at lovely Hill Creat which
our bandaomc genial friend the bast
i didn't make enjoyable?
We congiatulate Mr*. Alonxa Hoff
man on her compleio recovery, and
were glad to tee her out with her
bright young sister, Mtaa Jennie
Chamberlin, who has been down on a
visit to her relatives, Mr. and Mr*.
Moggie, at Haggle'* Host.
An enjoyable ice cream party era*
given to (he Miaaea Ganler on Tues
day night at Mr. und Mr*. HUUe Coa
gers. The guests present were Mias
I della and Mia# Sallle Ganter. Mlsa
Ruth Ganter. Miss Minnie Berry. Mis*
Sallle Berry. Mr. Will Berry. Mr. John
Brown. Miss Carrie HolTman. Mis*
Sadie Hoffman, Misa Bauro Bell Hoff
man. Mr. Willie Hoffman. Mss Beu
lah Belt, Mr. Jack Ganter' Mr. Mark
There was a pretty children's parly
at Oak View on Tuesday evening,
from 4 to 6. It was given by Mr. and
| Mr*. Mangum, In compliment to .Miss
Clara, on her eighth birthday. The
small folk* had a mom charming time
and enjoyed the games, dancing aud
refreshments. The little ones present
were Miss Rosa Bee \\>rd, Mr. Ed
ward Norvell. Mias Gertrude Norvelt
Miss Mauiie Pate. Miss Mary NocvqlJ,
Miss Josephine Norvell, Miss Annie
May Harrell. Master Jim Ivey. Master
Marvin Ivey. Master Willie Harrell,
.Miss Mary Pate, and Master Walter
There Is to be a big liaptialng at the
Grove Baptist church on Sunday night
and those admitted to membership
through emersion will be: Mrs. Etila
Ward, Mrs. Richard Volatin. Mrs.
Kate Hoffman, Miss Snllie Berry,
Miss Minnie Berry. Miss Mary Culver,
Master Will Berry, Miss Carrie Hoff
man and Master Tommy Hamilton.
The Coager Blackstone barbecue
was fl big success. Uncle Peter, who
was there on duty, said: "It 'minded
him ob de time when de Grovetown
Barbecue club spread hltself. anti
wheneber he calls tovn'.nd dat spread
hit mocks his heart rise In his motif
so big he can chaw tsn hit yet."
We Have Made War
And slaughtered prices 0,1 Trunks.
Trunks made by expert Trunk-makers.
Sold at Manufacturer? 1 prices. Trunk
: Factory, 84S Broad, Sell 'Phone 2181.
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1 served and alt who attend will tw
Mitred an eajoynble nnd profitable
Prof, r N K Itallry. prca.denl of
I Ihe South Carolina Cu-Kducallonal In
! stunt*. E>tgffield, S C-, wa# a visitor
ta lowa a f»w <lay* *l® tt.
MaJ Havelock Eaves, of (h# Second i
rrcinif eu dufidif at b
Mr* Joale Rlohec. of Hlackvllk. I*
Rtcndlng *t*me time with Mr*. R I
Rishcr. ~ . i
■Mrs W E Spann la vUitlng frtend* i
Mr*. John R Bellinger will visit rd- -
alive* In Montmorenc! ihl* w»ek
Prof W E. Willi* wa* In town Wrt
Mr. D. H. Count* returned yesterday
from a summer sojourn in the moun
taine of North Carolina.
Miss Jessie Mitchell 1* vUitlng MU*
Rosalie Rnttx .at Clear Pond.
Mr A. J. Evan* left Monday for a
two weeks' trip to Ctwrew and Ben
Miss Nellie Hooper, of Ocala. Fla.. Is
visiting her sister, Mis* Bcmisc Uoop
Misses Mazy and Ray Slater, two of
Orangeburg's most popular young la
dles, are the guest* of Miss Allie Jen
nings this week.
Misses Jennie and Kate Felder have
returned from a recent visit to rela
tives In Reesville.
Mr. Jos. Skinner, of Bartlesville, was
a visitor In town Sunday and Monday
Among those who left for the moun
tains on th" annual August excursion
yesterday were: Mrs. H. S. Dowling,
Mrs. J. H. Cope. Mrs. J. A. Murdough.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. S. Brooker. Mr. Otis
Brabham and Mr. H. J. Brabham.
The examining officers from Colum
bia went down to Branchville yester
day to examine some men for Capt. H.
F. Rise's company. Out of a goodly
number of men only two were passed.
Mr. Hyman Karesh. who has been
engaged In the mercantile business
here for some time past, has moved to
Alar. S. C.. where he proposes to con
tinue hts business.
The first bale of cotton of the season
was sold here today. It was raised by
Mr. H. W. Herndon of the Midway sec
tion and was bought by Mr. H. C. Folk.
It brought 6 cents.
State Constable Heap seized 108 bot
tles of beer belonging to a prominent
merchant at Ehuhardt. a small town
in the lower part of the country a few
Uncle Sam’s Navy, Port
folio No. 9, just received
at Herald Office.
Sister Proctor preached to the fire
men of No. 4 engine house last night.
Smith & Wesson pistols from $5 to
$8.50. Several good bicycles for sale
very cheap. Good watches from $1.25
to $50.00 at Lewis J. Schaul. Reliable
i Pawnbroker, under the Arlington.
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(FOR SALE — RETHIOKRATOfifi: CA
PACITY toe to *OO pound* «f Ice.
«utt*Mr foe dairy or meat market. Ad
dress Jones, care H.-retd. Aug H
FOR RENT—THAT LARGE AND DE
SIHABIrK ftoft Mo. 744 Brood itwt.
Under M»»<>olc h»l! Apply to W. C.
June*. 7*6 Broad »trert. Sept I
FOR RENT—THE BARGE HAND
SOME dweltm* No. »K Broad street,
with yard running through to Bit*
street. Apply to Jute* Godin.
FOR KENT—7-ROOM DWELUNG
HOUSE 1267 Greraie. wllh modern
improvement*. Rent reasonable. Apply
125* Elba. Septl
TO RENT-RESIDF7NCE 1224 AND 1231
Fills, with all modern conveniences.
Apply 162* Hroad street. Sept 1
FOR RENT —ONE OR TWO LARGE
cool room* furnished. Most central lo
cation In the city. J. E. Deas, »1* 1-2
FOB RENT IN SILVER BLOCK-
One house *nd one of the most desira
ble store* in the block. Apply to I. Sil
ver. city. Aug 12
ROOMS to RENT—NEWLY FUR
NISHED. nice, airy and cool, at 82.>ti
Broad street, on first floor. Augle
FOR RENT —8-ROOM D WET .LINO -
1305 Broad street. Rent reasonable.
Apply to J. H. Feary. «1» Broad street.
FOR RENT—SEVERAL NICE COM
FORTABLE dwellings, with all the
modern Improvements on Greene and
Telfair street. Apply J. H. Prontaut.
616 Broad street. Sept 9
TO RENT—THE ELEGANT TtfßEE
story store In the d'Antlgnac build
ing running through from Broad to El
lis Now occupied by L. F.Padgett. In
quire of H. H. d'Antlgnac or Z. W.
Carwile. Sept 1
LOST AND FOUND
LOST —ONE M'INTOSH, BETWEEN
Melntosh and Campbell, on Ellis, or
between Ellis and Walker, on Camp
bell. Finder please return to Herald or
to S. V. Kirsch, 1342 Gwlnnette.
WANTED—A FURNISHED HOUSE—
six rooms at least, on the Hill for the
winter season for northern party. P. F.
'McAnally. real estate, Library building.
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