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GENFRAL NEWS NOTES.
Items of More or Less Interest Cox
densed Outside the State.
A bill -has been introduced in tT
Mexican congress creating the offic
of vice-president and fixing his salat
at $i8.ooo per annum.
The Norfolk and Southern railroa
was fned $300 in Norfolk. Va., la!
week. for violating the "Jim Crou
law by allowing negroes to ride i
the same car with whites.
The Ohio democratic conventic
selected Tom L. Johnson as one <
its delegates to the national convei
tio'n. The delegates were not it
Robert H. Plant, president of tt
First National bank. of Macon. G
which failed last week. committe
suicide on the back porch of - h
beautiful residence about 3 o'clock a
The democrats of an Ohio distri<
have instructed their delegates to tl
national convention to vote for Cc
Jamnes Kilbourne. of Columbus. fc
president. This is a new candidate.
M. Nisard. the French ambassad(
to the Holy See it Rome, has bee
recalled by his government and a
open rupture between the Frenc
government'and the Vatican is fea:
ed. The French ambassador returi
ed on Saturday night.
A flood which swept throug
Cheyenne. Wyoming, on Frida
night did a great deal of damag
two' boys being drowned,. and man
people being driven from their home
some in their night clothes.
The Virgina-Carolinia Chemic;
company has filed a certificate wit
the secretary of state of New Jerse
increasing its stock from $50,000O.C
.The Louisville Times states that
A. Parker. chairman of the nation;
executive committee of the Populi:
party, has stated that Hearst woul
receive the support of the Populis1
in Kentucky and elsewhere.
The Southern Presbyterians hai
been in session in Mobile, Ala.. la
week, and the Northern Presbyteriar
in Buffalo. and action was taken :
both bodies which may mean a
early reunion of the two branch<
of the church.
The president of the Westei
Union Telegraph company has issu<
an order cutting off racing nev
from the pool rooms in New Yor
The pool rooms continued to g
their .news next day. but tbey ma
have to close on account of the orde
The resnit of :he new order may I
tr.atoprc tracks as well.
\c::n ecrtar -a StteLoom,
on Sa:lrday hadcd T. I. Alorgi
m ce water my :mntes !ate
c.ausir.g a :oss of thirteen lives. Oni
mne en rama crew~ .1 twen ty-tw
The ~cnvention of Tennessee pr<
hibitionists held on Saturday place
itself on record as oppossing the car
didacy of General Nelson A. Mile
for president on the prohibition ticl
et, on the ground that he was not
prominent prohibitionist. merely
receptive candidate. and that h1
could not poll the full party strengt
in the Souith (on acenu~nt of his w2
Secretary IHest er's weekly cotto
statement. issued on Friday. show
for the twenty (lays of May a d
crease under last year of ro7.0oo bale
and a decrease under the same perio
vear before last of 38.000. For thi
eight months and twenty days of tht
season that had elapsed the aggr<
gation wa behind the same dlays<
last year 6.0.oo bales. andl behin
the satme days year before last 3o6
SOUTH CAROLINA NEWS.
Items of More or Less Interest Con
densed in the State.
e Ninety Six on Friday morning was
e visited by the worst fre in it., his
tory. TIere is no fire department in
Ninet Six, and hence the disastron,
d re-sults. A number of business b
hose.lo(lge halls. etc.. were des-C
Gen. LeRoy F. Youmans has been
;appointed special judge to hold couit s
n at Greenwood for two weeks.
A panic in the Academy of Music.
it Charleston. was narrowly averted
on Friday night by the coolness of 0
some of the audience and of the
e! plaers. A small fire in the same
..block caused the trouble. Had the
d panic come the result could not have
si been other than the loss of a num
- - t]
n ber of lives.
Florence is to erect a new school
:t I building at a cost of $2o,000.
Dublin Rush, a negro man. was
. killed by a freight train near Darling- n
r ton. It is supposed that he was seatea
Ion the side of the track and fell
The Virginia Carolina Chemical
n company case. which was to have
h come tip before the supreme court last
.week. was postponed on the request
of the attorneys for the company k
i- ; 1
who stated they were not ready..
The case involves a suit by the state!
against the company. because of al
Nl'ged violation of the anti-trust law.
I It is estimated that probably two ,
thousand veterans attended the Con
',1federate reunion in Charleston last
h WHEN THE CLOCK STRIKES. J
A Famous Remark Between Govern
ors is Recalled.
The famous remark of Gov. Zeb.
t B. Vance, of North Carolina. to Gov.
a Wade Hampton. of South Carolina,
S "It is a long time between drinks,"
made at the- gathering in the '70's,
which was responsible. for the fa
e miliar question: "What did the gov- 1
t ernor of North Carolina say to the
Sigovernor of South Carolina?" is to
3 be made use of in a novel manner'bv
a North Carolina man in connection
! with a hall clock.
Ordinarly. the timepiece would not
n attract more than the ordinary atten
a ltin. but that each time it strikes a
change takes place. First of all,
hk inscription. resting between the
-q!1portraits of Gov. l1ampton and Gov.
\~ance. i!es into place. J.ist below
r. :le fIcc of the clock:
\"What hOd the Governor of No'rth
Newb-"ry. S. C.
\ w'rbt There s o better. do
bus.iness. with than g'ood hor-.e'hoes w
nd p int and no be:n-r wor th.an h;
*epttn them~ on. Go od ho'rse=hoes p
dwell put on: It's the putting 'em on
thtmakes vou a blacksmith: no mat
Ster who makes 'emi. 1.
Who wants to go back to 'ld times.'v
a and! make his own horseshoes?
a Petween us two, that painter dlon't g;
e know how to make good paint-hie
h utsed to: hut paint has run away fromi
a i. ustrulyw
Jhm'F\W Devoe &Co. as
aP. S-The Newherry H'ardware thi
Co.. sell our paint. So y<t
cl The trustees of the IIelena scho,ol te.
e wi!! elect a teacher Friday. July st. w
e School opens October ist and coni- n<
. tinuues eight months. Salary. fifty
,dollars a mpnth. Only male teachers.
n with experience need apply.
. G. P. Hill.
F~' LT Paysingrer. N
5 Days of F
5Days of Bat
The store is turned over to the close buying
fore have you had the chance to buy such de
ash Store offers this week. Wonderful barge
For Tuesday's offerings, we place on sale i:
>rted Muslins, Lawns, Lace Stripes and F
ard, and great values at that price. About I
100 pieces fine Black Dress goods, all th
ar retail counter at 38c a yard. Now is the t
To clear out the lot, we offer one counter, F
ie five days' price, 9c a yard.
50 pieces beautiful Linen Skirting five days
Have you seen these beautiful corsets in st
iake, buy them here, five days at 45c.
1500 yards White Goods in Lace effect i
oashables our five day's price, 11 c a yard.
1000 yards Dotted Swisses 40 inches
ve day's price, 9c a yard.
Just landed today 1000 the newest crea1
ind. all 24c'this week.
500 short ends just landed today in red and
We are determined to reduce our towel S
ind and worth 60 to 75c a pair this week, on
500 Good Large Towels only 5c each.
500 the Greatest Value in Newberry at 1 Oc
300 Kid Belts only 24c.
500 Pair Boys Knee Pants at 1 Oc a pair.
500 Ladies' Parasols, this week 38c.
500 Pair Cross Drop Stitched Ladies' HosE
000 Gauze Vest, the 10 cents kind at 5c.
000 Men's Shirts, the 75c and $1.00 kind, fR
,000 Beautiful Pictures in colors, fruits, flov
Take your place by your neighbors, alor
Goods Store Every
R. M. Cald\
r an In
n-e ever* ::e in m ten years ex- . S.m..-intend,
rience "* .$:0
I. F. mitih. Paimter. concord. N. L.'
-A pain:ed Frankeunrg Block w~ith .Nine teachers.
& M1. Paint: .tands out as though a month each.
irnished. -A male Princii
"Actual co-.t was less than $1.20 per School at the s
W\. !B. iarr. Charleston. WX. Va TheFmle'
*i paint ed our old homestead ore Schoole
ith L.. & M1. Paint twenty-six yearsmoteah
~. Not painted since: looks better
an houses painted in the last four The term of se
'ars with other paint. chosen shall he ti
1. S. Senne!l. H arris Springs. S. C. except when the
~Used thie L. & 11. Paint for six. cause or are perr
n years. Painted three houses connectio'n by or
th it iSiteen years ago: they have 'Tru-tees.
~dedl paimning since." .\ pplicat ions in
J. F.. Webb. Hickory. N. C. under-igned.
1.ONGM1AN & MIARTINEZ.
This celebrated paint is sold by
....,r. Hd., eCo. Newberry. S. C
public of Newberry, town and country. Never
spendable merchandize at such low prices as the
Lins in everything throughout the store..
ai the Wash Goods Department, two cases of as
oulards goods, that retail from 16 2-3c to 50c a
,647 yards in the lot, buy them Tuesday at 10c.
. 50c, 60c, 70c and 80c kinds, go tumbling over
ime to buy your dress or skirt at half price.
aES VOILES 1!
iled high with all the beautiful colors, and make
price, 9c a yard.
out and medium lengths. The Royal Worcesier
:hecked Satin striped a great assortment of 25c
,vide in short lengths 10 to 20 yards in pieces
:ion Lace Collars, Collar and Cuff sets, the 35x50
white colors atl good, and the price one-half.
tock, and offer 1000 all Linen Towels, the large
y 17 1-2c each..
50c. kind, 2 pair 35c.
r this Five Days' Selling, Two for -951 cents.
rers, ahimals, etc.,!not priced 50 cents, but your
g the counters of Newberry's Cheapest Dry -
Day This Week.
y Cash Store,
at te saary f S3
>aAo h ooe
*ar o soCa elly
'echr fr h C
salry of $2.o
e e.nire choolyear
y ar-dsmssd o
o the Ct wit SPE TA LE
Daies a ilind sn