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A. C. JONES, Enrrou.
.%n'bcrr,y, S. C.
WEDNJES)AY, SEPT. 8, 1886.
tI.1CM (4'UCATIC: MTATIC~ IOCI(E'T.
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.Jot N 1'K''lIIt ItlCIl Alt) ON.
1.1 i:1.:l -:N ANT-O(oV I:INOlt,
w1'II,,LIAM I, . M1A UI,I)IN,
slC1ll'I'TA I(Y or 9rAT:,
W. ZACII ItCO''NEl,
Uoal iraoI.lt-*oEN i:a. i,.
W. IC. S'TONKCY,
I.\AC S. ItAhilE,
.1OS3IE'll lI. I'CAlRISK,
sOO.i:IIt\Ti-:N1l)-:NT1 OF 1-:INI('AT1'ON,
.1,66A hif 1. I16i;1-,
A 1J l ITA' NT1 A N1) tN S'E rrotn( oEN -:t.A l.,
Ml. L. HO NI IA M, .Jai.,
I':) 11.OIt1 A A1. %O'1'1Shi.
Summuerville andll Charleston have our
heartfelt sympathy in the los. to life
aund property sull'eretl by the earthulnake.
Nine hun1("dred an(1 sixt.een t.houisand
dollhrs worth of mnel'elrhanlise sold last
year in Newberry. This is not a had
showilg for a hard year.
In the coltoty contvenlioi it, Pickens,
thel coturt h1ouse( muen and( .1iidge Cothl
ran's friends carried the la'. In the
primary the men from the colunt ry ear
riedt the day.
It. 0. 1). says that Capt.. Lipscomb
wiil not sit, the people of his Stripe for
Congress What. does the ".imon 1lre''
ltnaadllteratedI D)emnerney of the Third
1)ist ril'tsay (o (his?
Mr. 1H. I. Tilluan has caught:. a Tartar
att last. Col. A. P'. Blutler handles him
with gloves olY, inl an article in lhis is
Sne, copied from the [airiens Advertiser.
Col. luiler is a bral 1ianl to fool with.
Stthseribe for the l1.ItA I,D A N1- Ni.:wS.
The iI4RA1.1) A NI NI-W: and the Char
leston Weekly News and Courier Siul)
plement. srnt, to 111 adIre:s from now
uintil January Ist, 188'7 for only fifty
Capt. .Janes N. Lipscoib has been
prevteted by a slight attack of fever
from visitiig the coumties of the third
(Colngressional distriot, but. he is able to
be out now, is a full fledged candidate for
Conlgressional honors, and will see you at
an etrly (lay.
Col. II. L. Parley Shows considerable
ilisaippuint mnenit in his defeat, for the
nomninatioIn of Adjutant a1 i Inspector
(eneral. and141 blales (lie State I)enIo
er:tti ('XI-intive colillitte(', espeieally
the Ch1.r1leston iiilher.:. We fear his
letter will fail to ereate the sympathy
for himl that. siletee tui;.itt have done.
''ihe (o ii thii aily Registe deserves
nitrh praise for the . ievessfIul efl'ort.
Inale to furuish the :inxiots and waitliug
ihots:ituIs withit tidings frot frienis ai
loved ones :at. (Chairleston an111 t Stimmer
ville. We are informied thatl. their force
worked all tight. 'I'esilay and Wetdies
day, antd we are sur e th1 ey ha:ve' la:edt
mnany undtetr 11ottohl obligationts to t hiem
We wvotib ri inil thoise who arme dis'
posed( to 11ind fauult, willi thte State 1eem
wh'1o noinahIlItedl him1 wa:s selected by3 a
n1e onvenlt ion fresh from1 the people,
2a111 thtat. hte wa:s tak4en from the appdi
of hiis lier it an11d inte 0rest. ill thIe military
of the State1 ini spite (of aill thle alrgumenlts
itsed to defeat, htiml, an d( the commliittee
miist cer'tainly3 have fet, that t hey were
doing the r'ighit thing or they w1oulI
hav e given it. to ano0 ter of thle appli..
"~Fl U I CND" NOT'4 it4lA IN.
O ur local e ontem porariy, thle Obhsoeve,
is qulick to tak aidvaintatgo of ever'y opporilt
tuniity thalt gives it a shadtow (of an1 e'xen5o
for' parin'tlIg its ('imididto for, Conigress
betfore0 te teple o11~(f Newlhorry' County, 11
mIore0 of its ar'tilleryv to the front. Some
timei ago we tookd (Iccasiton tto siay tat the
Obser'ver andit It. 0. 1) are. bomin11g thle
fael. thaut ouhil nott h1e dispuited;an
now~' 't weI' aeirit icised herausllie w.e said Itat
"we hatd heaird it r'um~ored that t ho friends
effttt t(o fore ai nomIfintion a01lt the 'onven0I
1tion lt SeneenOi." T1huis rumoli(r was5 gonlorail
(out, as the friends (If (on1 (If the canIdidaltes
had manalllged toi (cap1ture three (If thio
county onvenllt hIns, (on1, 1however, ai qualli
tled ecaptulre. 'The Obhservecr says we hire
pima1Try, prayv tell us why thle reso
hition111 adopted b y Alhh eville, Oeoneo
anld Newh'1erryv werO 8o worded as5 tol give
the dlelegaites the right tol vtto inl (convenI
Eache tof t hese CCounltie halud e'xpres('sed
itself ini favor' of the prIimariiy plan11,
and they miiust have had1( somie doubt about
it8 adtionIl 101r1 thuis (lan1o w'ouldi not havo
been1 inisert ed. Tho AlhhelCvillo Mesiseniger
SeneenCI shiould do nlothinlg less 1than1 aldopIt
tho pIrimar1y, thait the nom11ina1tion C)f a cain
ven1tion1 would not11 give sattisfaiction,
whi1c.h shol(wed thait it. gatvO som1e
eredit to the 1rumor11 that the coniveni
tionl mlight noinahllto. TLhien why shouild
wvo 1)0 chtarged w~ith inijustice. We are.
sure0 that the frienids of no( othier canididate
wvould have undiCortakenu to fore a 11omi1
naftionl in tho futeo of an1 endorsement by
Abbovillo, Oconee anhd Pickens, and if the
peopl)e wvoro not afraid of his friends wo
havel cortinly been muiaintoramc
thor tlit tho orgalmn( of' tho Ohserver't
candidato had been quiet on (the primary
qutestion sinteo theo Pieons anll O('oneo con
vontions, the Observer awfully <juiet. It
dlenies being tim organ of J udge (ot.)rlri1,
anll NayH it ditl not. know. Iflait he "-ad
iy orgrns. Sublime ignorance !
lho papers thlat sl11pport thle nolinc('es of
the Dtemocratie party inl th(+ Sttite ;nll([
counlty are cenllotl by overy oneo "1Demou>ratt
ie organls." 'l'hito Obsrve, ihe Pros" l,t
iOlort(1 (mi 1-he 11 I(.\i ,1 .\Ns N 1-wn are
loei ) 11o tldl e;ttletl t e (jo;:;rv (f f il
Demucratic par'ty fo r NvwheIrry (,'ounti
anl for t 1he sanln reasin Ito \ bleVille
J'rt'us and iaul+, ,lc'i lsl:1+ el,f v1'er, seill 0 -1tl( )I,e"v'n
tlr, ther Piklllnrs Set':nl, th O Mais prvr
a1181 Otllor jilipeis (1ivoc'a't lu i i 'li lIils Iii
Jlltllge ( i r'alli for ('t)11g1't:': are't (;lilt
his oI'g;its ill thlis (niall ;i l. Tl'i - ar'l
]ot, ltecessatrily his orials flr ono!!t o jl
sitin, nor caili lie clliin hel i wo ';eat;
froltnllow withi aiy legree of c"erttislty.
Theiy mly haive anllier" Ir"iintl illet( rave
at that timeo, nor cam ho llpeil on Ihemtl
to tsllppor"t hill for re-electioln mis 1Juidog,
ats the l>Ositionl (of Ihe Obhserver p>ro ves.
Two yetu"ra go it sl plort(I llr.,ifolhnstoule
for Con!g'ess, andI wihile it i:; irgilig the
nloiltinutioln of .jmi.v+ ('othraul1 for" ('t,n
gresi it might 114, s111)prIt him) f'or re
(leCtion 14 I.1tm1ge, as it mlt Ithink hit
ht)(4ter 1uited fior. (,'ongdre.tional aervice
ithan on tho bench, aln<l wtItl dtlt,' lets
aisk t.he election of'>a,rte lawyvr lriiintl it
H('Irv a .J iige III ifat t tilu'.
Tlhi excusHe the Ob server give!; for re
m aining quiet o(nl the Irimary tine::ti0.; it
eema to s is nenablle, It tays, "wthy
not? T8Iher art not lum' Iiet1n a ont) '
tcolie: t of the ()hscrver vir-uillated inl tie,
whole(dIs5triet oulttitI''t+f N I'wh,,rry ('ounty,
incltling thih exchang, anil t h re
six of thetie. e:;id s Il that Ahh evilh, lets
alreadiy tlet"haretl f'or p rimalry, andit t, have,
( )(on('e anl 1'iekells." W v sr1pposet( t he
I'ormer' articles inl.1he ()h.:ern( r w\ere iu
14)<(Iti('' to conver ill ditors of itt. ( (
f;ressiona 1)ist riot1t1 I' or:t th f I i I rimai-y,
anel as it ha11 eomplis<i'6 Ihlis as I"i i
it thouight. it. might he able to dlo, it
luas nothling tnore to say.
W' still saay that the lawyers want i'
vac(!anl'y in lie4jittl hgesipl, anti they a' r >t
to 1h blme1 l or pit itel for it. The jttlge's
1ositiotn is wrth'ih laborinlg for, t at ih
mntt who ills it with honor has ras1 n to
>e lroud o it; but ther't i: aother sithle
to it.. W( re Ilot Ilryi11g to plea'e 111y (11t
class ix selvet ing a cnid li ate for (Inrs
but. the leoplo of 1he Congn-ssional Ir.
they will bermit at an ot''eying 1i' I>.
sitionio jutiteigo Iuret irit he,:lni at ht
tnllel tie he a1 antlltet i) ('toIet,e
Thet'y aslalh e tl' pt1\wer'tm-ly in' i-1her It ,
stll give way to ti'.lth f io nl. t eO
(canllitlate for his ,n-sen 1pit :l'11>'. W\ec
ailmit. that we are en tof th ora nt s f
i'apt. .Lipwembl' 14 or l' n , 41 le
enlse tlt wev an' calle' 1 i org'a; ' I lI.
I)lln>er'altil' patyt, allal w\e hav\e ml> eXcet
to oil'r fr1' it.
We hatve 1een ill fatvor of tet p rim;a:y
fromn tlle he- illl>., til i it for Ihe ('t. n
stitutional tlillivilty in t wiy, whicb
Tl F. lE'MlENEMM OF NEWIElttY.
lti-iiness men base their estimate of a
eilty or (own upon the actual work done
in it for given periods, and If we should
sprak of the advautages of Newberry as
a bnt iness place to capitalists seeking
investnent i real estate or mantullfac
nires the lir.4 question would be, what.
i- the extetit of buisiness (one In your
towin in twelve mtlonths? How mtuch
cotto(i do you grow aid 1Ship? ''Ie
lunouIint and clatss of freight received?
The ::n)oitut invested in manttufactures?
The banking capital and value of the
stock ? The character of your mer
ch:1 tk? 'Ie(- condition of your schools ?
'h'll' religiotis advantages? The health
if t.he town andi (he extent of Ilie terri
tory tpon which we depend for oir trade?
T'h e showing we present onl OurI* fist,
lage i; the best answer we could make
to t he-" (lestions, and we feel sure that
the I CoplIe of our" towII and county will
be plead-0 to learn that Newberry hats
done ,.o well in spite of the depressed
roiulitiou of affairs din111'g the past year.
We adlmtit that we were most agreeably
surl>io-ed at thte restults shown and the
progress made. TIhis shows what grand
pio-sibilitIesi are before us. Nine h111n1
Iiel t houtsail dollars is a good business,
but. let. Its reach for a million during the
'I'Ie health of our town is as good as
II:y inl the State. The condition of our
bank run11 factory is good. but let us
tIrive to plnee them in a ligher rank.
l'he schools are in as good contdition as
hey are in the average town in the
at:ic, but. we should make progress.
We sutit that good sejiools do as nuch
if not n iote to build up the material in
rc-t- of a town than any oither agdey,
Ind \ we woll ask you to consider the
plats of the graded school system for
Newherry and prepare to stpplement.
Ite seho ol filti by a local levy of two
itill,. We give otn another page the
workitg and experience of those who
ave t ried this system, and believe it
will dlo as well at Newberry as it liis
Ioue at. oter places.
What. is needed is work i every de
ari.temut by every citizen of Newberry.
N'thiung has done so much to retard the
pr-o.;ress of oIr enterprises and to bring
1)o l the linancial depression which ex
-l herc atl tltroughiout otlr coIUntry as
lit- intluence of tihe men who lltud fault
wit h1 everybody and everything, and live
1pon t he hard earned fruits of (te men
whip ltlbor front day to day. Let us
to:t,,r" the ma1:n1i or wt"omnan who earlnis tle
're:tl they e:tt: and the clothing they
a:1, a s( show to the boys aid girls
Who are growing tip that if they ever
)('p' to -l"eupy a hi;.gh position in the es
imatio:n of their coutntrvmen tlhey must
-hun idle.ias:did live by the fruit of
Lheir wn ihor. Let this be the princi
ple to control our action for -the coming
t welve mtonth aind we feel sure that our
teset favorable showing will be great ly
n)imved. Indolence and extnivagaice
ire to-day the ei uses of more crime than
ill (ther inluenees contbited, the fact is,
ltat f'he grosser evils follow their foot
Ia won ~'4i m ioire. Needed, a mtovemnt
laite circle (if cottoni buyers that will
rtilel in a decision to ~ay the highest
pice for eol.ttui N of : l . town ini thie Sta te
ii tweeni G. r'einville and Colmnhia.
.h-elhantls to4 aigree to keep everyting
:1 hat t h e Ipeol e want, anid let ino towni
444 nel I Ilt.he. A towni cot toni weigher
t4 Wi wighl cod.. oin frce, and4. au graided school.1
We: enn haive I hem aull, so let's dto it.
Ani Open LetIer* fronii Capt. Jiamesi N.
laipsomb1 t.o thte Voters of the
T'hitl Conigresstiinal DI)strlet.
I Ilvinig beeni prevetnted by long and1( so(
vee ic'kness fr'omt enntvassing personally
as5 F inItenldeldthiring the paist mtonth, andl
Sie I imIe noi w romiintg unitil thei daty oif
the prtimailry election)1 being too short for
11htt 1purpo4 se; anmd furthermore recogntiz
ing t liit the vie?ws of can1didaites shioul bo
emniiily expriessedl to the voters whtoso
sui pl'uitt they seek. I very respietfully r*e
<1114 sIt ihe faivori (if suibmtitting the following
bieft' and4 stnecinet letter for your kintd
conisider'at io n, :ntd through yotu 1to that of
you nl tteighbor ts also:
I shouild lbe glaid 1 t make aI detaiilediiand
exhaus nt ivye staitemnent ias to eachi of the
questionts thait a canididate for Congres4 is
uisua;lly ex peetedl to discuss, but so 11s not
mys~1elf' to a (condiens5ed synopijsis oif mty
views on each-I re.spiectivl.
Shut I lie so fortuntlate ais to lho honi
iled Ib y thll pieopile ot the Tl.hird Coingres
siomanl I1)istriet its t heir represenitative, I
woui1ldlll u n keep myself in full and4.
eompliete accord mald hairmouty with the
Naitional )emtocratic patrty antd admninis
huonralile ways, most zealotusly anid stren
11outsly wew:kintg to supplort anid strenCmgthlen
hem. Whlile doinlg this htonestly and
':arniest ly, andui for this pu1rposo yielding
myl inldividali opinions11 and views to so
enre,. ttnity andtu siiec'ess wheni lanlls 11md
:4olics hiave becen finally 1and1 fully dete.r..
ilnied antd deeided, still I shaill feel it. my4
dut y to use alI 'll u-ors to have t hose pilanis
and4: policies suchi asx will mo0 sitlnduce to)
thle po lit ical and1( mailterial we4lfare( aindl 4d
v: ntag o''f ths [4 5 r'epresent.
Thatin po(l'tical and material welfaire and4(
adviahigje it woueld lie my highest dtyi 14)
.ltudy,:veck and watnh.
I 1bl'i4've' that thie people14. andi 'oiunmtry
ir' now sufinciig fronm too( tumi legisla-.
1441n. both i State tand Fedeirail, and would
It h'4' seuek Io r~estrit andm reuce Ithan to
ii'inreae andIm compn licateI it.
Thei laws of tis' cutya re 41.8 ((o comple'x
and. c'i;ty thamt thle co4.urt$i canno4t construe1(
tem i4nei the4. pioor man11 cilamnot uitrd to
au'.- ii. o. They' shaouild lbe so simple Ithat
I).e citizeni cani kn,owi his dutties and1( rights
;1 1 his4411nt ry homilie, withIouit going (con1
tinully toaout to be tautght, and14 they3
ih 'uld lbe 4s4 cheap1j thait thle pioorest ei.m
:421ordi to use t hiem ti prot4%t "life. limab
an.ii propjert'" "'withou4it t4mey' and with
To i1ondutct ar141 supporiit anly 4111ivienlt
money the power of taxation is grated to
and the amounts and moth"e, are dletermin
edl by the legislative b ranece of theo.,ov
orinent. '1'lis roven ue is f'or I he econom
io support of am offieient government, md
what is actually needed for that pturposo
is right, fair an<d just, amd sliould bo)
cheerfully and Promp tly paid by each and
overy) ciitizten. Bt each'l anud overiy cent in
that is loviecd withoutt bieing actually nteed- bi
cd for lie sltpport of the govetnieiit is i
IIsurpation, tyrnimy andl hal robbhery. Itn ri
at goverrnment "(of tihe peoplev, by t he I)(-(- C(
ple tnmd for the people," all ibities, b ur
dlens antd privileges s:houlcl bec apportioned AI
with the mlos:t exact jitst.ice, fairnem: anl Si
oclnality, atd nttyN leiparhnri frou this rulo al
mnt;t be iid is inl flagrant viohation of
these, amnd an uniwarramttable prostitution ys
of Iho goverunent to iliscritninat . in favor il
of ita" it of tle cit izets at t ik. cxpenlse und CI
to the letrimuenlt of othen: .
Any taxation not. in cot"lanlce with the hi
foregoing is wrong, and I should always 1)
atdvocate all corrections and ehiuges that Cl
wouhl tendt to perfect it step by step, till
it should filally reach li hat ioint wlten it
Wouldi not exact, a cent mnore than act.ually
needled, and that aimunt apportioied with
exact, justice ma1d wit hout diserimination0
among all interests, classes tind cittizons.
Th'lis applied to what is calletl the tariff al
WOUld mnean1 a taifl fo r reveimle only, with vt
protection prold/' ed P,1rtcetion, that
political muonster, which Wthwile putting
$300,000,t)t) into the Ireattsury of the gov
ornmeint, takes 8;00,0(Il,000t wrongfutlly
frn the iilistrivs .tt resources of some
and puts it into the pockets of others.
'Tis this, togethler with (he itimiense
:muno ts taxeil by patents. for interest
andl by banll, by I rasipoi't:,tion ol bontds
andi other corlorat io5, tat, i; weighiig
dowli (the agricIltural an other prodtic- --
ing itncstries of the cottitry, causing the Nl
hard titmes aul clsi ses so 1iilt com
Senator np[atp(ol '"snildedI the key
iote" in sayiig that it, was the ext rava
rtant, cxpenLIlnre atncl rer.ckless Iinancial
legislation of i a. P'detal gtvernment
that had4 catsec the "hlard1 timnes" and p11
universal filtac:ial aIn 1beusi s dlepres- d
,ion. "'is ut-clis for thme producing; and
itnlitstrial clases andt int.erests to expect
relief or prosperity . o long a-i the power
andl machinevy of tle- government is
grattel to and used liy favored interests
andi elases to tax (,.icrously the tu in
teorporateil ierest :utl tunrganized
mass of cit izen-. ['roper liiits anti tg
Illation: pla:et1 u;pou taxation, ui5ur,
expaitsion ail a on tr:ttioti (if cturrency,
patents, tranisportation amal corporate
franchtis":c gaItllin g oil the pr'inbCe of
the Country utie' ie isIne of "flitures''
and int:uly other such, won ti,1 nreatly al
leviate the dilsresSc'1 'olm(lition of the
variouis langiuishiig inttht.rie of the
I would not opp. -e any Imea-mure that
was intendud ltonestly and fairly to con
fer suclhl pensions uponi the "bona fidle'' e
Feileral sohlie's of the late war. as was
conferreil before ti e war ipo,n the vetor
aits of 1776, 1812 anint lie 3lexican walr;
but wouitl vigooutly oppose: and protest
agaiist any aiu all attempts to prosti
Llte, untler the nilne of pentsiots, tle
pses for' poltic Valt *effi'it,:u1 ito tieleLte
W~hile I yie1ld to tioe in thei high esti
lv (IpposeSCl to giving anyV((l cetrol oIf it to
the Federalt governu'l ntitI , ai amIl oppj)oer
to levyinhg 14 Fcdt.eral tax ) to( ri'i'e fiis
for such purp'joses. hit subjue't to these
(condOiLtios, 1 am11 preuet.t to.lLi receiv I all.~It
accumuillatiited iiiual s t hat mayt~ b)e distr'ibui
tel.l to tllhe S1.ati..' i tihout , ailfoditionfs of
'lThe Nationa:l I iemoccratic party mioIpt
ed.14 a(ivil seri''ce e.lause ill it's pllatform,
and1( mallde its lnminlations on it. 'lThe
President :uaul i Cainiet htave ch arge~ of its
constru'lctiont andii iexo'iiutin and I am~
hoiatt to believe ate htonti- amtil (oni
scientions int thteitr views aint acitionls. I
conlsequtent 1.3'will give myl) imi stinte1d aLit l
cattiest supp)tort int tis as ini all othter
malItIte's; but1, I mto i fatl4.ily say I will,
wvheev er' ita, use any13 and all1 in lii
enlee to o'liminitate t hat choiise' fromu the
plat1 formu of the ar'ty an.td Ite po)licy of
th' governmen11;t, I l'annflot expet 10 see
the gover'nmntilt witItuhi jntpete c CeOss
choice of its ollicial s, illste(ad( of beinlg
forced to subI jec'Ot it .'I f to thei. macina..
tions of its4. eneties1'.
F"or the palst ten yeart. I have been it
ann11 ual two wee'1 ~ - i n w(11'ith ag ricilt..
all Itheo Staite-, coilsutintg amli d iscuissintg
plan nithttl pioli cit's to relieve Itgr';cil Itural
aind hldustr'ial interiests fr'oim lhe greaut
bitrdlenus wron1 gl ly 13hi1 ced uipont them,
am110 to secilte for' Ithemi .-uh actiont as
th1ey ar'e right fully entitledt to. T1hiis
hong as.socCIit i w~ ith o maunyi fr'omt eachl
SLtat repru''liesenitig ever'ty soc ial an: d po..
liticeal c*lass and( poshit, hast e'ntabled
me1 to beccoine futlly actiiited In ithi the
rulting ideas mattl 'in o (f the: ellihe ini
('nIe that I coul not lh lrie~ ha:vt.
letter', I will conciludei by *aini~ if ..e
lectied, I wuoibl itu' all etfort i t fully mal1(
iost o fo tllowt e li.emud by III ft rit'h, C
honesty, i a t het - intl of.-l tho
I repre-':.t. ,i li o Ivsth.tu
ihe onl guaral- tt';-.I Igvear m
This cu: tr An. iN 1au ,. nd ig ,.
~eyUody Thought It M
And so did he, and so did she, but one evening
Ated to wear her two buckle white canvass be
Ve meet as strangers." she wrote on her cuff,
hink of me no more," he whispered, huskily. A
Its at Cline's. If there is a Voman whose weak
Ad not been discovered, it is because she has nov
bbons. Let her discover her weakness at Cline
4ored cashmeres have come, and the time to beg
'c shall show you cashieres worth looking at,
id at such prices that after they have been bong
iver will yet linger in your pockets. The cashml
I wool--and not a yard wide at 334c.---tlhey are,
Great big large towels. Yes, three-quarters of
trd long; huckaback body; pin cord stripe border
>color; all white; fine linen; splendid tinality, '3
ty to own. Try our new one dollar corset--s
ade jerseys-lovely fitters. New gloves. Ne
in-stitched handkerchief for 10c.-no wonder
eated-front shirts, all sizes. One hundred dll
avats, just arrived, to be sold below value.
LINEN LAWN I LINEI
The one piece of real linen lawn in town, Just
io dollar last colored shirt will be sold, with tw(
t the greatest extraviganza bargain of the age?
economist in prosperity; there is no fear of
WL FOOT, Jr.
We have lately formed the above partnerslip, :umjl
.ople, and seldom known In Newberry. On hanl
tys a full line of entirely
N W S TQ C
TRUNKS AND N
DIG ARS and T4
A specialty, both wholesale and retail. As we u
isy to believe that we can sell for less money tihan o
We are not strangers to you, so if you conisull ye
Lit be0ore buying. Our motto-'I'o p1leae is 11lhe ghh:
We shall prove to be your friends,
M. Foot, Jr
At the <
We also ofrer y'ou thec experience of one( of t he ol
ho hans made your Interest a study. Th'le audage.-t.g
io buy for cashi and sell for the cash onily.
RI. D). Smith;I, suICCessor'I to lonug
TJo my friewds and the p)ublie gi
would state that the lirm of (lou
has dissolved by mutua:l cons~enit,
will cotinue111 the bus iness at thelii
in my own name. All acionuut sr
11rm umust lie p)aid to mec. I huavi
turned from tIhe Northi. and my:
are aurrivinmg dlaily. I pr0lose' I
Leader of Low Prices and Fashi<
market, anduu I ask an hispect i
goods and p)ried~s. R. I).
5-1 7-tI. Successor to Clows
R ICH BOU:
IARBLE FRONT JEWELRY AND.
MAIN STREET, COLUMB
.N. Richibourng, Suessor to Wm.1 Glaz,'e, 'Jeweler,
D)iam;onds, Silverware, Plat edware, Bronzes, Gol
ocks5, Jartdinieres, the ChoIeest Gems, Preccious~ Sto
r Webin mg I'resentts and home uise to pleaise' I he mao
i M1 ;niter st yles In Jewelr~y are elegat bevom i desei
A Smolid Silver Hluntintg Case Amnerkean 'watch or
kIllsic De pa,xt
I hanve addhied to my Jewelr tab fll ishnui a
hi be found the Celebrate~d SteIin way, I iprighmt, ( rand
auve thme sole control hii thmis St,ate, also FIschuer, (in
'hes- Wilcox & White, anid Shuoniniger Orguins of eve
[1s 1 istrlluments, Sheet Muisic atnd MuisicaI l id ings
Iie andm pricis, anid be0 sure and write to R1. N. 1ilibhi
C., before purichiniig elsewhere. 1 buy13 my in:
efre oiler you lower pices lhan t hose w.hio have 1.1
at a social party she nog.
it, and he--he laughed.
ond showed it to hin.
now lot of white canvass
side. for beautiful ribbons
'r actually seen beautiful
a. Our new black and
n selling tihem' has come.
ashmeres worth buying,
ht the pleasant jingle of
ares are perfect, and are
thongh, at 60c.
yard wide; more than a
and frin.el all around;
c. apiece ! Best of prop.
p)inal protection. Tailor
iv Collars. An all-linen
the earth anakes. New
ars in stylish scarfs and
4 LAWN If
thi;k ! for fifty cents a
collars annexed. Is this
Take care-that you ne
your becoming one in ad.
II. I[. SAMUELS.
)IIer something new for the
nil to :-rive in the next ten
1I SVlI ,triclly for cash it is
iii intertt you will give us a
a int another call.
., & Co.
Ic- it mucers I:$.in Newbehrry,
Ud- well houight are halfI sold.
1 & Smith
ti. tha.t I
tie t,he 01h1
a be thme
IA, S). C.
Walticuna ke r & S1 iersmith.)
I WaIlee, Silver WVatchecs,
iles, :1111 ev'ery artIcle imade
uiti Sqa it 'anios, of which
tvensi n andIl:ii FnlleIr in 1a1
ry 4lPcip~tlin. Stringed and
enfor dlecriptive entat
otrg, Mamin Street, Columhla,
I ritmients ontrIght and can