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OROHIDS VALUED AT $50,000.
Plower Worth Thirty Times its weight
A' broad-shouldered, stalwart-look
ing young man in a blue syiit, with
carefully creased trousers, stood near
the orchid section of the Temple Flow
- r Show last evening, .watching with
keen, alert glances the transferegce of
- the precious plants to the growers'
vans. The sentinel's'appearance was
unmistakable; he - was a. city plain
As the vast bank of orchids, stretch
ing the whole length of the principal
tent, rapidly thinned, the y'ung man
drew a handkerchief across his brow,
and, with a sigh of relief, murmured,
Thank goodness, it is all over."
. For three days lie had kept guard
over $50,000 worth of orchids his place
- being taken during the night time by
other ivatcheis. * Ingenious precau
tions were adopted to baffle the dis
honest enterprise of any person who
- might be desirous of snatching up a
small fortune in the shape of a flower
or two. Plants, for example, worth
anything up to 2,000 guineas were
purl)OScly lIaced iii the modest, coin
pany of orchids closely resembling
them *so far as the mt utored eye could
detect, but valueless in comparison.
''A collection of orchids such as
this is a great anxiety to the owners,
observed Mr. Sander, of St. Albans,
who doubted if he would accept $15,
000 for his own individual exhibits.
"'Cases have occurred," lie added,
"where after the publication of the
description of some expensive variety
of orchid, the plant has been careful
ly picekd out from the other exhibits
Capital stock paid in
Surplus . .
We do business an b
We extend every c
with safe and sound b
- Four per cent. paid
H..C. MoSELEY, President.
M. A. CARiSLE, Vice-Pres.
Paid up Capital,
- - Surplus and Profits,
,Protection to Depot
DIRECTORs: . Burgla.
-M. A. CARLISLE. purla
GEO. JOHNSTONE. Plt
JOS. H. HUNTER. We we
R. L. LUTHER. We inv~
J. A. C. KIBLER We do
W. A. MOSELEY..
JOHN B. FELLERS. ciplei
W. P. PUGH.
0. W. BOWERS. We rec
J. P. BOWERS. $1.00
H. C. MOSEI.EY. semi~
SECURITY LOAN Ai
Supplies the best F~
For Saving Money at
For Building by lustal
For Buying Land:
For Borrowing Mone:
Get one of Our
.. t will be the means of your S
a Fund that will buy
n CURITY LOAN A
I yce &Adams Sts., Ne
'Throughout the last twO' days I
scarcely removed my glance from bie
Odontoglossum crispum Leonard Per
fect, which I sold f9r over $1,000. It
consisted of about six flowers-large, r
rounded, with a reddish brown blotch,
bordered with white. Fortunatelyt,
the buyer claimed it yesterday.
''Orchid growers do not insure their
plants, but should an expensive speci
men be stolen the owner could recog
nize it years afterward. No. two or
childs in higher varieties are alike;
they resemble throughbreds in that
they have 'points.' ''
The Messrs Sander have won the
gold cup, the gold medal and the t
Veitchian cup. t
Fourteen hundred pounds was the
price paid to Messrs Hugh Low & Co.
by a visitor to the show for a specimen q
of th'e Odontoglossun crispum Fearn- 1
ley Sander. There were only three c
flowers, which gives a trifle over
$466 for a buttonbole--'-if any one is I
enough of a Croesus to year such a de- t
coration. This flower, which is worth I
thirty times its weight in diamonds.
has a thin white border. The rest of
the petal is heavily barred and blotch
ed with a eiiiiianmon browi, which in C
the sunIi-lit assumnes the iie of
hiighly b)urniished coppel)r.
Tic orchids were' the wonder of a
show that was a record for the Ten
ple in every respect.
Solicitors for a charitable enterprise
are offered more excuses than mone
Men haven't much love for men, wo
men haven't. much love for women,
and most men an(d women have less
love for each other than they have t
ry, S. C.
. . 235,000.00
on deposits in Savings
Fire Proof Vault.
J. E. NORWOOD,
W. W. WHEELER, Cashier.
GEO. JOHNSTONE, Attorney.
IA TIONAL DANK,
RITY, S. C.
. . . .$25,000 00
. . . .3,500 00
ty, . . , 25,000 00
,itors . . $53,500 00
e Proof Safe.
e and Fire Insurance.
md prompt attention.
nt your business.
a conser'vative business on business prin
eive deposits in this department from
up, 4 per cent interest allowed, payable
ID IN VESTMENT CO.
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a Profitable Rate of Interest:
on Real Estate.
and Be Convinced of its Value
aving Money and - accumulating
Land or Build a House.
2JD IN VESTMENT CO,
wberry, S. C.
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For Congress. 00
Julius E. Boggs of Pickens is an- stl
iounced for Congress from the third
listrict and will be subject to the
ules of the primary election.
For the Legislature. dal
C. T. Wyche is hereby nominated as sul
candidate for the House of Repres- pri
ntatives subject to the rules of the
lemocratic primary election. I
We the citipens of Newberry County fol
Lereby nominate Alan Johnstone for ry
he House of Representatives, subject del
o the Democratic primary.
Many Citizens. as
Arthur Kibler is hereby announced dit
s a candidate for the legislature and ab
oledged to abide the rules of the Dem
I am a candidate for the House of
tepresentatives from Newberry coun- fol
y and will abide the rules of the sel
)emocratic party. ma
G. Burder Boozer.
I am a candidate for the House of
?epresentatives subject to the rules
,f ie !)emocratic party.
,lbert 1-1. Aill. as
-I hereby aInounce myself as a t
andidate for re-election as a mem
oer of the House of Representatives.
ubject to the Democratic Primary.
P. W. Higgins.
John M. Taylor if hereby announe- d
d as a candidate for the House of co
lepresentatives from Newberry pr
,ounty and will abide the rules of
he Democratic party. fo
THOS. J. HARMON,
I am a candidate for the House of r
Representatives subject to the rules
f the Democr. tic pailty. 0
ThOs. J. Harmon. of
For Magistrate. er
I hereby announce myself as a can- ei
Alidate for Magistrate for Nos. 1 and
B townships and agree to aibide by the
results of thme democratic primary. cc
Lucins M. Player. i
I hereby annlounce myself a candi- t11
(late for Magistrate for Nos. land 8,
subject to the rules of tihe democraticd
l)riniaCannon G. Blease. I
dec'sse L. Burns is herehv nominated
as a canididat e for miagistrmate for
townships Nos. I and 8, amnd is pledged
to abide the result of thme Demiocratie of
I hereby announced myself as ai
candidate for the oficee of magistratee
of No. 3i township, Newberry county,
and will ab)ide thle rules of thle dlem
ocratic party. ,Johmn Henderson."
I am a canudida te for' Magistr ate b)
for No. ti town.<hip and witll abide
the rules of democratic party.
B. H. Amick.
I hereby announce myself as a cani
didate for magistrate for No. 7 town
ship subject to thle rules of the D)emo
-Jno. WV. Ropp.
I hiereby announce myself as a can
dlidate for re-election for the office
of magistrate of No. 9 Township and
will abide the rules of the Democratic a
B. B. Hair. '
I hereby announce myself for Mug- (H
Strate im'No. 9 townsh:p subject to
the rules of the D)emmos p lrimnary.
I hereby announced myself., as a
candidate for magistrate for No. 10'
towVnshipl and will abide the rules of
the decmocratic p)arty. J. C. Wisoni la
I am a candidate for reelection for a
magistrate for number 10 townshipl i)
and will abide the rules of the demo- ~
cratie .mrty ' P. B. Ellisor. -a
T hereby announce myself a candi
date for magistrate in No. 11 town
shJip anid pledge t( b)ide the rules of
the Democrat ie pa rty.
J. HI. Maybin.
I hereby ann"innee myself a candi
(bite f'oIrPna-:istr'ee for' No. 11 town
aip anid will abide the rules of the
I >imoerat ie arty. WV. L. Kiler.
I aim a candidate for Magistrate
for No. 11 Trowvnship and will abide
by the rules of th,e Democratic party.
W. F. Suber.
r County Superintendent Education
[ hereby announce myself a candi
to for re-election for the- office of
inty superintendent of education
>ject to the democratic primary.
J. S. Wheeler.
For County Auditor.
I hereby announce myself a candi
te for auditor of Newberry County,
)ject to the rules of the Denocratic
0. M. Buzhardt.
[; C. Counts is hereby nominated
- the office of Auditor for Newber
county, subject to the rules of the
WV. W. Cromer is hereby announced
a candidate for re-election as Au
or for Newberry county and will
[de result of democratic primary.
Tno. L. Epps is hereby announced
county Treasurer to succeed him
f. Subject to the Democratic pri
For Probate Judge.
Ju4. C. Wilson is hereby ainlounced
aI ('0n1didalte for re-election to tile
ice (f proiate judge. Subject to
[ hereby announce myself a candi
te for Supervisor for Newberry
Lmty. Subject to the Democratic
imary. Jack B. Smith.
J. Monroe Wicker is hereby an
unced as a candidate for re-election
the omee of county supervisor, and
il abide the rules of the democratic
I hereby announce myself a eandi
te for Supervisor for Newberry
LuIN'y. Subject to the Democratic
imalry. J. Chesley Dominick.
L. I. Feagle is hereby announced
a candidate for the office of
unty Supervisor and will abide the
mult of the democratic party.
I am a candidate for the-office of
tb-Supervisor from Newberry coun
and will abide the result of the
Thos. J. Wilson.
L. C. Livingston is hereby annonc
as a candidate for sub-supervisor
id will abide the rules of the demo
W. I-. Wendt is hereby announced
a candidate for sub-supervisor and
11 abide the rules of the democratic
We hereby nominate our comrade,
)orne Wells, for reelection to the
Ilee of Sub-Supervisor and pledge
in to abide the result of the Demo
atic primary. No better soldier ev
served in the Cenfederate army.
J. P. Cannon is hereby announ
d for re-election as st-supervisor
id is pledged to abide the result of
a democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself as a can
(late for subl supervisor and will
oide by the rules of democratic
arty. G. Y. D)iekert.
The campjaign meeting at .Jalapa
i he 21st instant will be held in the
'nve at Mr. W. C. Sligh 's residence
stead of at Spearman 's Spring. An
:cellent b)arbecue dinner will be serv
I b)y Messrs. S. B. Aull and( WV. C.
igh. The candidates and others
il take notice that thle meeting has
'e changed from Spearmnan 's Spring
the residence of Mr. WV. C. Sligh.
All persons interestedl in Beth Eden
are yard1, will please moet to clean
moe. WXednesday.. Auguast 15th, 8
clok a. in. Full at tendlance desired.
H. HI. Folk.
3ARBECUE AT JOLLY STREET.
I will furnish a first (class barbecue
.Jolly Street on campaign dlay,
uigust 15, and will provide goodl mus
and a place for the young people to
ijoy themselves after the speaking.
.J. WV. Richardson.'
We wvill give a first-class eue at
P. Wicker's grove, about1 .10 miles
-om Newberry, August 22. HIon
!yatt Aiken has been invited and
I othier candidates arec requeisted to
lenid. Special. arranigemnents will
made for tihe ladies and children.
amne one I Come all and( enjoy a leaCs
it dlay and a good (dinnier.
J1. A. Grahami.
11. M. Wicker.
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iso Cottage or at home will be offered
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