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for t'avh ite-rtii for ont" iouth, Ioniger
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T'1i':lIt 1)DA Y. F EBl. 2:t. 1-s-S-.
The C(harlr'cton Sun htaR a libel 14u it.
fin itQ htanda.
Ysct"rdav Wa t.he annivorAsrv of
tilt iirih of the Father of hi% ('(Iln
t ry . G ;te,rge Wahi ngton.
l,ewiR V. Sinkina. l'.Lr.. is an
nounced in t.h I,anrenf paperm as a
(tand(lidat. for Ihi' State Sentte from
(Ge'nrrfal Pil. Sheridan Ray lie is
not a eandidate for President.
An<1 woui not. have the 'Preeidenev
if lie 0(ulld gel, it.. Innatural man
that, hr iM.
Oir ('h arlegt( n atid Columbia e4
t('iii porari(s are itl4t, now giving ('(on
ridt'rahle attrntion to two actresses.
C'harlo ton is ('xritted over El'mma
A bbott ami ('1uimhia is !vtting up a
littIe boom ftor Iis, I(se shorne
Mrs. I)ravton, the wife of the late
('ol C. l-. 1. i)ravton. of the Aiken
i'or'irrr, has asanmn1ed control of the
1:','()ernh-r aintev the death of her hui
band. This is a brave undcrtaking
and she ahtnuld receive the support. of
the people of her cotmty in her
efToIrt a to cntinue ihe publication of
('iharieston has a new mornlug
daily ral'led Thr. llrld. It made its
alplpearance ahout two wecks ago. It;
is bright. and ncway and there is no
reaat n wha' it ihould not sueceed. It
is well 0sometitles to have a little
Iivt'iv t'omlpl'etitiotl in iournalism as
well as in other mattrs.
When the farmers succeed in
taking the selec(tionl of o licers out of
the handis of the politicians. thuey
wil place the selection in the hands
of a very select few. for in this free
American country of ours there are
very few of the pcople who are n'ot.
pliticians. We are trulv a comn
miuni ty of politicians.
Some ofthe newspapers are trying
to get up a little boomi for Mr. llill,
Governor of New Yor-k. as the Dem
ocratic candidate for the P'residency.
Tihe lIhme . m~ v Niuys is for Cleve
lan d. first. las: and all t he time. as
the next nominee of the 13emocratic
tv- for the Presidiene'v. and. asa
matter of course, the next President,
for it beives he is the st.rongest mnan
in his paty andi in fact, the st.rongest
man in :.his con:ry for the position.
TIhe inter-state Commerce Com
mission has decided that. for first
class fare there must b e tirst class ac
nommodations. That is all v-ery weit
but w-hat :he rail-oads must do not
is to base separate first class coaches
for whi:e and black. Give each an
opotniyfr ridi'g in first "ls
coaches hat have separate coaches:
for each. I.et uis have no mixing of
races as now is the practice. It will
be inte' irs fbthrcst
hae ear: 'Coaches~o.raes~
: s ':ri:; :e. his ans5wer to the' reso
atio o r. Io::elle, askiing inform
a:o nreg-d :o i'e Confederate
SWar iNernaret.. It s a coin
0:te answer and~ shows :ha: the order
:ae sure:cr o: thewse .4ags was
e Mrc .' i. o adjut.ans -genea o
e arm. an tha '-' nl eg eve
TlifE HIdIlAl HiIjij.
The lItlair I;duc:ational I;ill lha
brri pa1144ed by the Siiate and has
rcorm1. tl in Iie house n 1a been
ref'errred. ''hi wil' posyilily he the
ild of1, it.
There can he little doubt. that our
puhlic schnol system wouli he nuct
mnore efticieut and accomplish a vast
rlea! more goo d ifC we hail more
money. If it is right for t.he general
government to approprinte money
for higher ducation, and right, for
the stnte0 to tepTit. it. why wothi it
not. he einally right for the cominmon
zcho ol to be he"lp1ed i) t.he yamt
( )f course we do not want any Fed.
rral interference with our Rchools
neither our common schools nor our
schools of Iigher learning.
We want our school5 to remali
under our own control. and, rat.her
than hnve them any other way. we
would say refuse to accept the money
A R we undierstand the hill, however,
the schools are to remain nnder Stat
We do niot belive. howetier, thal
the bill will he passed by the present
They do not have libel suits against
newspapers in Western North Caro
lina. They not altogether differently
up t.here. The Trcnsyn/ircnic Pic rwr
suspended recently because irate and
stupposel injured cit,izens made a
raid on the olice and threw some of
the type out. of the window.
Tt woulid lie a gioodi thing if we hai
a whole China town or two over here
At least, we might. learn an idea o1
two frmmll there Chinamen. Mr
Stewart. a~ returnedl missionary, savi
that. in the city in which he lives
there are 00,000 itthabitants, not one
of whom carries a deadly weapon
and that there is not. a policeman ir
the city. He is one of twelve foreign
residents, who go about the city at
all hours of the day or night without
fear of molestation. it. might. he
lesson for u. to learn, and a goo
one, that we could get along and bh
better off. wit"out carrying about. out
ltrsons the deadly weapon.
The Abbeville /N-ss aned 1anne
seems satisfied with the answer o
the editor of the Teachers' Depart.
met,t of the li:r.i p Ni-ws it
the matter of the Sebool (Commis
sioner of Newherry County. It i:
equally silent in the matter lof tha
question propounded by the i1nwI.
an NF:ws in the matter raised ha
the Anderson Joirnal. While oul
cotemporary is so much concrne<
about the affairs of other counties.
would hav'e been a matter of interes
to some outsiders to have ou
It would he a matter of ih formatijot
to some of us to have our cotempor
ary to give us some not ice of our in
Why not give us the informatio:
asked ? Possiblyv we could leari
lessons of vi ie from this in formation
ThatL was a beaut ifuli t hought ii
Dr. liolland's sermon on Sundas
night. that all of us. oven the mos'
humbie, have our part to pe~rform it
this world. and that by serving on
day and generation according to tit
will of God, we are helping to maka
history, and the serv'ice of everv On,
will have its indiuence on succeedint
generatio'na. (Only a comparativeig
small number :here are. whose namec
are remembered v'ery long after t.hey
have served their day and generation
bu heir labors and their indueneI'.i
live after them. Andi in faict
mvaters very lit:le to ns anywar
wheher our names a-e rememnberet
by the w-orld :Oong after we have lef
it or not., but it sh'ou.d nma:ter v-er,
materially to' s whether or not wi
fuflthe mission, ir, the wvord in
tended for as I' our C'reator
Wh et her or not e lav nrnei
served our dav and genera.:em
aording~ to the 'wil of God
Wtorld!v fanme ar. i ar,'bition c"oun
ai. is to act. wea. our iar~
whatever sphere we i.av he 7a
Mr. :hrr .Janms Rarage. now o
hsoyof son: Caro'.in,ard1h
imortance ard need of sneh a wr
I I I'. A FA v v~4
I -It1IEu;Ib IgI- ,A (*1t-d,(F
The' F'e'arrsul Fa'nt of n K,unIl '1ow its
IIlinolr 4ne-linircormtoutit Version
11owrua I)osm nssd tie- 4Othes
Iluir i a I-'stnei A large
xnsthIr" of 1'ernots t kill
etd and Woutd.
Ciii' A(:c , i-in narTy 1.t.--A e.velrne
wt ruck Moun11t \'etfoil, III, to-<day. The
town virtnilly i etroyeil. A nuumher of
lives w'r' lomt :114l t:ity pe"reni1 inijnr
ed. M'.timit. \'e'rn n i c siin uattt inl the
ointheri i:irt. of ithe State. a ont. .ixtyj
m1ilet 4 t of St. L,1tii- il :tl1t1'st :a lirei:t
l ieort.- i pp:in yll'v % ell fotrn dli,
pl:'e the tu itb r of kill<d a:t. thirty
A di4patrle from l:v:auville, hii, ay,4
that over 10(1 pernon. wiere killeil in
the ey}elonc' at. Motmit. \'erinon, Ilkl. Te''ile
gram were rt'cerivedl thi<4 evenling at.
- vtivll fromt: Mirrnnt. \'ernntt :nskinwg
for help. A t 'ain n it It wn euigir's w:%
it. oncei' -ent, laviig ini h :ii1 :e P-nrige"ien
nil sntIehi other :s-i:i:ae," :t4 eonld be
A pciil to the D>aily Ye.q from
Evantvilie, Inl, H:ivs: 'he yelone
vt rnek 1lomnt Verunon, Ills, :tt 4.45 to
diy from thi" N rtliweat, sweepinig
arotnd ill a half circlr' atnd levilliing h:tif
the ton it. Th' rianinler of tlie pl:seie
:atiglit fire, and ais there ntas a: atrong
wind blowing, the flatanms soon got, be
yotl cont.rol of thi' tiro ilpart mlent.
A Timss Centnalia, 1ll, special says
that a high southwest.c'rly wtiiid iats been
blowing at Centralia all the eveiiing. It.
14 feared that. damage hiaq heeti clote at.
other point4 besides Mouint Vernon. The
latter place is :ttit I "enly iniles soiti
eayt of t'oustr:alia.
Ahove the ro:tr of tihe wrini cold be
heardl the shriekrs anil gri:mtn of the dlv
ing. IR>die.s half hnrieid in debhri: vonil
be selltil vtev- 11:tnr<l.
A Centralia speeitl to fhith snrs says
ttto-tlirds of ihe towl ".:cs wiped oit.
iDetalst of the Disuister.
tII1l'A(IO , Febrtarv 20--2 :t. m.--The
folh>wing dlispatch h':, h'een reiceived by
M( tNTi VKR\oSs, lt.t.. ,'hrtary 19).
At ahmuit ' i''loCk thiS :tftir'rnooit :1 ev
elone struek this totn :and left it in
rinins anI killed tifteen to twtentc pro
ple. It i'. fe:ueil tht miany more that1
:nr knowit to have been killed will he
found :imong the 'nins of the hlnildings.
Fire immediately broke ont :t Il over
the citv amid the ruiii , sire:ding r:tpid
lV owitg to the cula:ige done the ent
gi1nes by the n ind. The slot1n p:is'ed
from the southwest and h:td a rotary mo
tion. It. Swept do%%n with fearful firy,
itrtikitig first j tt soft ii of the city h:ill,
then earried away the third and inirtih
Ft orieS of Motitt V'rtlot mill. F'r,
there it swep1 ill a 1path '-o vr'-d
FA.L, OF A l't'a'i.
The Muethodist church fell just a few
mintes before 25t) people left the Sint
da:y-.schooil room. The (c'tnmrrcial lot el
lost itL- third storv. Next the wind
struck the cotinty courthouse and ren
dered it a heap of rnins. By rare luek,
howeve, . the count y records were saved.
The ('rew's block ott the souith 'idte of
.he square is levelled with t he erIth,
:mld ntider it Was fntld the body of ,loint
Crew, the owner of the block, tot merly
of Chicago. ''he roof anil seontid-stot'
of Stratton 4 Co's hardware store w:s
blown awsay. A large two story briek
school house did not w it hi-t:nd thle terri
bile shoeik any better thtan the' sma:llest
ho'use in the trac'k of the cyclone.
The large two-story fr:imte htouse of
G~eo. W:trd was picked up atnd earried
abotit t wventv feet aind left unhurt. while
"*wo brick bu'ildings w' ithin one hundred
feet were left. ini ruinst.
-rT1IF LOs A Mt1TL.L1N 1)01.L.4.R$
The loss cannot lie est imated, but ntot
less than a mIllion dollars' worth of
ptoperty has been destroyed by the ey
clone atnd tire in that neightborho'od. T he
sk has cleared and no ciontde give any'
intimat.ion of thte disaistrons stot im of ai
few hours ago.
It is gr'owinig colder, and m:any home
less people will suftfer it the we:tther he
TIlE STc'Rt I 1' TiE 'O'NTEN,
lRcpoirts :are coming in from lie contn
t ry and 1tie st ormn seems to have swvept
everythinig for miles. I nealenilatile lots
Iof life andI great snlifrg will follow
ntuless out side as'sist anece is given to
Sta.ior G.. H. Hlarnel-, wtho will give' ii to
he proper commit t e
(ARiN( FOR <tIE Wol'NUNI'.
A meting of biusinec.. men was held
a nd committe ies a ppot d to care for
the dead and wounded and! to protec:
Iprop'erty as mnteht :4s possible. M:tny
people who ec.aped u ith i heir lives~ have
nohing besides. M:ny are wailking the
,treets,'~ with no home to go 1o. 'The
north 1side of the (Couri tuse square is
injured conside'rably. The hnibling's
we-re' wrecked, ne.ept liow ard & Strat
One' hundred person:s atre being enarep
for hy pihysicians in the best pot'sible'
man:ner. The railroad shops were badly'
danaged and a gres: many' homes de'
st royed. People are onidoors who lived
in the' taek of the s:ormn. The dea.l andi
dying ar'e scattecred throng ont :he city.
T'he 'd.'ors of ail remaining henses have
bieen thrown' open to :he less fortnn:1:e.
Threeo-four:h' of the business5 prtion
of the e::v is enne tinancially. The
publi ienre iinthec cen:re of the' otown
*.nd the courthouse i in the cntre of
th s::are. ThXe -ebool u in si
:he notheas pa of :he city. an al
Iw n: ings in '.-'7:on of :he ciyae
de :ron d anc d :3 t .n Of someId arestl
buriZ. in a Aci'v huirc.hidig
are &e-:ro ed and many c:heres ijrd
T LA'STF O%NL. vtvN 'MNl'
The~ ',trta na- prce'cd byt ha;l, :
no mt" orc than five mintes etapsed :m
an nw td.an 'hen a'hed in:o
I r. ~ o tota wrek* The'I s: orm ase
.Toe 'h: ce's. hoe -wee-: aany :he
aber.:C've an :-e yar.
4tr. Th n:r w*.sd o 5
* W \'
JAbl4 I J /)LL I/l/ A1AA A-' .1. eA
1i,,l-' (L.%It1A %V IN A,'1'LA NTt.
11e-4'r1.n114-14 nI esaten wisil s t
psorte.r"v Take 1-p -114e WasIa It 4)11t
of iht IPa P:ptrw.
SpreirI ,t .ru,n.rt< ('hroni iri.
A-TLANrA. G\., February 16.
'hi4 norninl a ntn and womitn got
tt the street car which got,s to West
I-:nd a1d asked the driver to show
them the resilence o' Mttme ininister
in West, 1rii,ad. The driver pointed ont
the residenet of Rev. 11r. Wardlaw,
an<l the coiile gt, ofT of the car and
procee<led to the miiiister's residence.
Either Mr. Wardlaw was not in or
he refuse<d to perform the ceremony
for themtn. Tiey t.hen tried several
ot.her imnist.ers, failing to timd one
who wouldi unite them, they hoarded
the street car for town. The gentle
man seemed very unensy and made
the driver push his rnutles to their nt,
11105 . not alowing hits to stop to
take on passentgers. When the car
catme opposite to Mr. Ellis' resi
dence, n Walker street., the <1river
told the gentleman that Mr. Ellis
was a minist.er and wtnli probatably
perform the ceretnony for them. h'lle
car was brougnt, to a halt andi the
gentleman helped the lady out and
proceeded at once t.o the Rev. Mr.
Ellis' residence, where he gave his
name as Mr. Garmany and the lady's
as 11iss A nnie M. Parker, whereupon
Mr. Ellis proceeded to make them
man and wife. (armany is not well
known in At.lanta. There seems to
he some mystery about the wedding.
lie has tried every possible means to
keep the notice ot' it, out of the eve
ning papers, giving as his excuse.
that. his father, who lives at Newher
rv, S. C.. desires him to marry a
vonnr lady there and will disinberit
him if he hears of his tnion here. lie
says that. t.he amount he will inherit.
will he $35100. and that lie will get it
in about sixtv days it' the old man
does not hear of his marriage. and
leaves the impression that the old
man can do his worst. after that time.
Annie 1. Parker is a preity well
known character around the city.
She cane to A tlant.a about two years
ago with the )'vil's A nction comlpa.
n\ and has been here ever since
working part of the t.itme in the At.
lanta cott.on tactory. Garmany is
said to ie the son of a prominent
minister in South Carolina.
ANo'iE: ACCOUNT-A IRI1 E% WIl
ot -: Wi TitTsli5 t''oN ''ll
.tlantta ('ons(itufion i.
A sensation:il marriage Iook place
ye.tcrdar morinlg at the Rev. 1)r. E11is's
reidencc, on Walker street, near Nel
son, the contracting parties Mr. Olie
E. (:armanv and Miss Mamie Parker,
hotht well known in Atlanta.
The marriage prodnees a lively story.
About it) elotk yesterday morning
Nir. Tid e,i a driver on the West End
horse car line. wa:s puishing his mimIes tip
the hill near the lFrank P. G ray's resi
dence, wheni he' observedl a womantf way
ng her handmikerchief :it him frantically.
ly,ide' thi'e wom:tn w as a man,. and w it h
a gniek twist of :hi cha:in hte driver
brought the c:ar to a standst ill. Then the
woma:n and maun stepped upon the ear,
and while the former dropped two fares
into the buox, the laitter dropped upon
Tidwell ha:s been tit iving at st reet cair
a long time. :and befor e' he hadl gone a
bloc'k he observe<.l that htis t wo passen
gers were' con side'rabhlyi exe'rcise'd about
somethlin g. Tinkinig that he might be
:tble to q uie't their nuervonusne'se. he
walked'i int o thie car. askintg:
".\nythinug yon wants"
We w ant a prieacher," anuswered lie
Inistati v liriver T'idw ell realIized thait
hei had :1 e'onpjle ma:trimnonially inc'lined
behind his munies, aind beingZ a man of an
eeoin':tig turn of minid, hi' b-gan
scrtciin:g his he:ad. Fina:lly hie reexAIled
ai inite'r re'sidling on his line,' anid turn.
igh to tine i'nne~ mu:.n remuarkedi:
"Drt. Eni, lives down: ont Walker
street, ne ar Nelson, and hlle is at home.
If von wan1t-"
' lt we' don't waint to ?o toward
town-we u an: to go thi' other way,".
said the tu"o in onei breathI.
"Want to ge't marned:-" asked lie
drix en. w ithi a sly "ink at his offT male.
There wais a silence and then the fe
male end of the dtuet saiid:
"Thi:it' what's the matter with ius."
Tidwvell agzain scratched his head.
Whtile scrait chi ng his h ead he batter'ed
his eve and applied t he lash t o his munles.
Then r ni ng to the cenple, he said:i
"As long as you w ant to get married.
a j.ieofthe pesar n ill do as wiell assa
Tihe tw o passenge'rs hemr<i the que
tin:dput:ir :hei r heads toget her
bega' t.i1king. In a nminn e on:e of t hen
rai-ed a head. anid sanii:
"Yes ' an'ting w .: diu js: -o we are
m'ied "k we wa: :o be muarrtid
The dn: e- :e.d : his mule. c>:ck
ing and ke::hn o io he ad:aan 1
. 'r oe foloin yo ta o ad l'il
:* -ie ca-e o. van '- i qe i: :his as a kind
''u:- wart 'u'nsines. and if 1 -am right
The mn looke th e driver in the facec
el: &ed:. hh. .:le w i -ew i -
C: 0;. e'x:.n mah tih ireasedkh
I:-en :h T:. i:. i'd o an the
coni i ''ide cd an t aked. The
WCier 'n:.s Je threw b ' y rih: and
"Anout three ye:ert.tt
"Wher i-t your homne '
"t lp in Ielbware St:te," w:- Ihe un
"'' here are ytut irents
"I h:ave none."
The inirti,ter :ig.tin glancel at the li
tee,e anid then repteated the words
which iunade the co:iple one. After the
cereiony w:i over the groomn looke'd
the minister in the eye, saying
"I>octor, I wi,h v on would not say
anything aout this."
-No, ple-e <don't iloetor," reiarked
"A md wliv nt ?'" asked the minister.
"Be'alise tliy f, i"nis are apt to tease
rme. I prifer that it. shold leak ont by
S'\'e, let it leak ou t <legre'es," re
iiarked the bride :e. i h- t wo -tarteil out
of I the door.
.Ju1st as tlty re-.ahie'd the door a st reet t
ear ln swl hy. Tie driver stanlning
upon tie platform wa. Mr. Tidwell aw l
the brile :tanl gromn recogniieie him.
lie smnileid at them aind she waved lier
'kerchief, at. the r:tune time yelling
"IIurrah : hirr:tlh I"
Tidwell knew what the cry ieant.
atd raising his hat smiled agait. The
cotiuple smiled baek, and arin in aria
w:alkeil down the street.. Later in the
day 1lie bride atid groom attenled the
Murphy inatinee ail after the ma:tinee
%alketl <lown M:irietta street. At the
corner of I'e:acht ree, however, they sep
artated, the hride going toward White
h:Ill, while the groom weit il) Peach
Mr. nuil Mrs. Garm:tny :are quite well
known in Atlanta.
(aritany is quite a neat, handsome,
styli-h looking fellow. lie caine to At
l:inta some time sgo, atid began woi king
about the hotelk. Ile is a son of a prom
inent South C:irolina physician, and at
home was highly esteemeil. At present
he is working at the National hotel
hilliard saloon. _His bride is probably more
exten-ively known in the city than he
Is. She rame to Atlanta :abotit three
years ago with the Devil's Auction coin
parry, and w:s left. because she was
not :at the hotel w hen the company went
away. Soon after her c. npanay had
gone she went to work ini a Cotton fac
tory, bitt in a short time left the factory
for a life of sh:ame in Susie Wiiam"'s
bagnio. While there she figured ill a
cowhiding scrape with Madame Lou
SitE WANTS To BLOT Ot'1' TILE l'AST
A STORY Wit t(it StOULl) EXCITE
'1T'E SYMl'ATIIlES OF Al.I, (OO) 1'1)
"I I i' awfully hard t hat one's past
shoul alway s he coming up to blight
the present :t,l the fintr."
The speaker w:s a bride of a day
Mrs. Olie Garmany. You:lg and ratner
pretty, stylishly though quietly dres:ed,
her :ippearance was that of a lady. As
she t old the s ory of her past life, of her
refortn, and of her determination that
her future life should he that of a Chris
ti ln woman, her eves were tilled with
tears that wonld have moved the stoniest
heart to sympathy.
"I eanniot take exception to the facts
concerning my marriige and my life as
stated in the.'' (ons/iutwn." she con
Iinned, "but I do think it hard that my
pa-t sleeds should have to he tientioned.
)riven from my Maryland home by the
ernelty of my parents, I have had to
tight my own w:,y through the world.
And what a terrible tight it has been
Not a hand rai.ed to help me. butevery
botd', it seems. :itding in kicking me
don'n. Fromn a home which was as far
from a home ini thte true tentse of the'
word:t s couald he', I fti to Phil.idel phia.
Then begant the awful struggle for ex
iste'nce. it was a tterrible tiit, but,
before my God, I say' that I waus as pure
as any woman walked the face of the
earthi. Then I joined the Devil's Ane
ion company. [ shudder even now
when I think of the terrible temptations
which I was subjected to. We came to
Ati:tnta. It was tiere that I was ruined.
I le'ft the company beean-e it was sim
ph' impossible to live on the salaries we
reeeivted then. I got fifteen dollars a
week and may raihroatd fare, bitt had to
par for my 'board, waishing anad other
hvintg expenses. 1 went to work at the
e txposit ion mills, biut after five weeks
my he:ulth broke tdowna. It was tighting
a :ainst fate'. For weeks I struggled
alon', but homteless and friendless I
drifted in to :a hft of shami'.
"Oh, God :wh:at a life it was.'' she
added, p:is-ionately. the tears rolling
down lher cheeks. '-PThe horrors of such
a1 life c'annet he imagined. Oh, if I
coulId but w' ipe onrt'rever :tll metmory'
of Ithe p:ast :If a life of purity and self
sariti'e will atone even int a slight tde
I ree for my part I shall he happy. I
have married' an honorable m:an. the man
I love, and my~ fu;ture life shall be that of
a tare Christ i:in. God gr:nt that myI ten
deavors tanny be snec"es-funl. and that I
tid~' assisanc.e ini the shape of the sym-.
pathy' and kindness of all Christ ian
A Timely Accident
}'. B. llillburn, of Granbury'. Te'xa-,
of Tayilors Cherokee Rem'edy of t'teet
Gum :mndI Mnlicini. in cuingi conghs.
colda and erouap. :andi four.3 how true
w as the resutt..
THlE SUGAE tRUST
Orga>ni,red to LimIt the Prodution and
iRaise t.he Price.
Nyw Yos February 2&.-The comn
min14e of see senators who were ap
poited by the Leg:siature to investigste~
-trss n smar mua :ters. met tosia"
w rk Gene-a"i' Roger A. Pryc'r anda
tne rO issl~~ appenrrI as t he iega!
ad'r"se-s of the committee. The sugar
a-s wa's .he ti-s take~n up. andi Hienry
Haeoe was 'the tirst witness caia.
Befo' h~'1e was questen'i hae a-koi.
:hr'nh Jlahr. E. Parsos- his eeunsel.
whether or n t he ws to tstify uder
conmlsin. Snatr Aroldsaadi that
the witness must tel all.
Then he squeda the -T'us<' people
by' annonneng that 'they c"oni not be
reresentoal b, 'ousel at the beanns.
They eouldi. aftr ttestifying. xensult their
cuse*. andi wouldi then haean oppor
uirto c'ornvit their tsttmony.~ Have
-ee- detaili at lengzth the formaton of
th ua rs~ Th. cuntsrn
te 4otxk in' yr.' o 'pany to the boara1 in
eenidert' atl.f that yon: ny:v'ai a Sr
had arg abjectionsht wntin in th
*- g a~. :'emn, b'etr the boardi anda
a newspaer to olneser oe Gwerge's
liss*.r. jc: Th ne nbeiowl
be cald the ack an theiOi ofr 'il
~ th- F~~' ar 'the o~'i' ~1l1
the 7"-' '~i~ hxi~ inc.
Mr. Pulitzer Going Blind.
N-w Yoi, February 20.--The Coim
n rei/ A dc'r/ixrr says Joseph Pulitzer
is threatened with total blindness. Mr.
Pulitzer lts been confined to dark
rooms, and has recently gone to Santa
Barbara, Cala. It is now reported that
his experience there has been disap
pointing, and that Santa Barbara ocu
lists have advised a trip to the Sand
wich Islands, and then to Japan and
r'hina even a journey around the
Wonderful Words of Lifc.
"fly the river up the bank thereof
thall grow all trees-the fruit thereof
:hall be for meat and the leaf for med
icine whieh shall be for the healing of
the nation.' T:lor; Cherokee Ren
cly of Sweet Gum and Millein will heal
the lungs and cure coughs, colds and
The sup erintenlents and overseers of
highways are directed to have them
worked and ready f'or inspect ion as
atx n as prtetical e, and to have the
worst sections attended to at onc"e.
By order of Board of County l'omil
it ( EO. It (' OME R, Clerk.
CONTRACT TO LET.
OFeIE OF I or N-rUNT Y M1Io.IssioNm-:ts,
On the 10th of March, 1S 8, at 1I
o'clock, a member of the Board of
County Commissioners will let the
contract for building a bridge aeross
Lark's Branch, on the public road
leading from Cross Roads Church to
('hiappel's, reserving the right to reject
any or all bids. Suitable spceitlitions
will be exhibited at the time and place
13 order of the IBoard of County
2t G EO. B. CBIMER, Clerk.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COt'NTY (F NEWHI-:lY.
By Jacob H. Fellers, Probate .1udge.
Whereas. John M. Kinard. as C. C.
P., hath made suit to me to grant hint
Letters of Administration of the
derelict estate and e1f'cts of Littleton
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Littleton
I)avenport, deceased, that they be and
appear before ne in the ('ouri of Pro.
hate, to he held at Newberry Court
House on the 4th day of April next,
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any
they have. why the said Administration
should not be gr:mted.
(Yivenl under my hand this :.'d day
of February, Anno Domini 1&.
.. B. FELLERS,
it .J. P'. N. C.
Assignee's and Agent' fiaie.
By virtue of the authority coniferret
upon mec by the assignment of Geo. P.
Hill, and by the direction of creditors
I will sell at Chappeli's D)epot, at pub
lie auction, beginning at 10i a. mn. Sat
urday, March 10th, 1888, the entire
stock of goods reenitlv assigned to mn
by the said Geo. P. Hill.
~Also that lot of land helonging re
cenftiv to the said Geo. P. Hill, in th<
('ounty of Newberry. State of Soutl
C'arolin:i, fronting 30 feet on grount
haidi out for a street. and running baci
901 feet, about 100 yards fromi the' C.
(G. Railroad. and :adioining lots of J no
C. Strother. Luther'Blesse and others,
Terms of Sale-C'ash.
JAS. R. IRWIN,
St Assignee and Agent.
STATE OF SO'Til CAROLINA
COU'NTY OF NEWBERRY-D~
John D. ('rooks vs. J. W. Graham am
By om der of thet ,'ourt herein. daCe<
10th February, 1885. 1 will sell at publi
outer". before the Court House at New~
berry, on the First M.inday in March
1888. "all that tract or parce of land
"situate. lying andl being in the Count:
"of Newberry and State aforesaid. con
"taining One Hunrd and Thirt:
"Acres. imore or lese. and bounded b:
"lands of Jlenkins H. Smith. Moniro.
"Wicker. J:imes Adams. Mrs. William
"etra Ruff and others."
Trermns :The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one-halhf of th'
pomchase money. and to secure the bal
ance. payable the first day of N%ovmIber
is88, with interest fronm the (day of sale
by a bond and mortgage of the p'remises
Puirchiaser to pay for papers.
SIL.S .JOHNSTONE. Mas:er.
Mater's 0.5e'e. 11 Feb'y SSS.
For o'nP year or ltonger'. from Januair
L. iSSS. a deit:raibly :oca:ed house, in mh
:ow n of Newherry, containing see
t wo r,om-. :and abhout two* andc one-ha:
a cres e j"in chok- e fmit s. g r:rI 'ing
an:d small fru.i: .
A4.pply to may A::ormr. G. S. Mower
WVihi.ng to chainge myv 1-uiess,
GL ASS WARE
AT (COST AND SC'ME FORI
EYES ARE FAILING
Aa Iuill&~ SIe Them.F i i ~
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make a final settleient of the estate of
Mrs. Eliza A. Elinore, deceased, on
Ve<dnesday, the 7th day of March, 1888,
and in wediately thereafter apply to
the Probate Judge for letters of dis
h . L. e"CAI'(HRIN,
Feb. 2, Itiit.>t
I will be absent from my office until
Saturday, March the 3d, 188. Persons
having school business with me will
please call on that day.
G. G. SALE,
S<hool Conimissioner for Newberry
Notice to Constables.
OFI(Ei IF COtNTY cOMMISSIONEHS.
Ill( attention of the Constables who
expect hereafter to render claims
against the County for services,
ix hereby called to the importance of
coimiplyinig with the requirenielits of
Sectio'ns S64 and 865 of the General
(lEO. B. ('ROMER,
Clerk County ('CImnissioners.
Newelrry, S. C., Feb'ruary 7, 1888.
Notice of Final Settlement.
The undersigned, as administrator
dC bonis non, on the estate of Christo
pher Kinard, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will make a final settle
inent on said deceased's estate, in the
Probate's office, on the 6th March, 1888,
and all persons having demands against
said estate are hereby required to ren
der them in to the undersigned properly
attested on or before that day.
G. A. COUNTS, JR.,
Administrator de boniR non.
Feb. 2, 1.8.
hlaving sold my entire stock of Dry
Goods, Boots, Shoes. Hats, Groceries,
etc.. to FLOYD e& PURCELL, I desire
to return my sincere thanks to my many
friends and customers for their very
liberal patronage while in business, and
hope they will continue to patronize the
New Firm. Messrs. T. G. Williams and
W. II. Carwile are with the firm and will
be glad to serve their friends as before.
D. B. WHEELER.
Referring to the above card. we would
respectfully inform the friends and cus
tomers of Mr. D. B. Wheeler that we
will continue to keep a well selected
stock and fully up to the standard as
usually kept by Mr. W heeler. and trust
that they will continue to favo ruswith
their patro:nage. and we guarantee satis
faction in every respect.
FLOYD & PURCELL
IPARK'S MUSI T ORI
NEWBERRY. S. C.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
All Instinments Warranted for Five Years
Orgn at i$35. $50, 865 875, $00, $125.
$150 to $1,000.
The e s nothing which produces more
renjning influence over humanity than
Take music ont of the Church and
von de prive it of t wo thirds of its strength.
If yon own an Organ and a Bible you
have the foundation of both Ch urch and
Sabbath-school at your home.
W. W. IPA RK.
Newberry, S. C.
UIEBIG COMPANY S EXTRA CT
OF Mt E AT. Finest and cheapest Mear Flay
ouring Stock for Sonps. Made Dishes and
c Sauces. Annual Sales 8.000.000 jars.
LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF ME AT. An ,nvaluable tonic. -ls a sne
cess and a boon for w hich nations should
feel gratei'u ."* Sve "Mdia Press." -Lan
r cet," Ac.
GENUINE WITH BLUE SIGNATURE
OF BARON LIEntW in fac-simile acromss
lab'el. H ighly recomimendedc as a nightcap
instead of alcohoti drink.
LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT
OF ME AT. To be had of all Storekeepers.
Groers an d Chemists. Sole ?.cenits for the
United Mtates Iwholea.le oniv) C. David &
Co.. 9 Eetchurch Avenn--. London. Eng
53$ I~A XONTH. No cspital requir
e.A good chance x-' make
~ nmoney A;pply for territory at
once & S.Luderbach & Co.,
whoicaleou.-e on Neeiwork atthi
honmes. en any dis+ance] Good pay ca.
lbe mnaAe. Everyt hing tu-nished. Particu
Ii HAIR BALSAM
t. a..-. Remorine oier ws.
gmy. and preC-nW1 Dendraf.3
tt ce.ase the scl aus s
hair ta.:na.and is s:Y5e sam
Taaee. a cena aen . -~? Cm co.is. r.
C U RE '*iHE D EA F
P~' aidi. IlpNW ('iIOnd fr Nrilm
?EE.FECTIY BESTOBES THE WF.Rmm,
so AP,arte whether.b deae it chand b
-A ..i a 'il. oti of Millner'- has
Ladies Dress Goods,
Hats, Bonnets, etc.
COME AND SEE US
MrsdS A Riser ACrn
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By .Jacolb B. Fellers. Prolate Judge.
WHEREAS. J.l' n M. Kinard as C. C.
P., hath made suit (o me to grant him
Letters of Adn,ihistration of the derelict
estate and effects of John Longshore,
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singyular the kindred and
creditors of the said John Longshore,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Newberry Uoiirt House on the
13th day of March next, after publi
cation hereof. at. 11 o'elock in the fore
noon, to show cause. if :ny they have,
why the said Adninistration should not
Given under my Hand thi= 30th day
of January, Anno Domini 1SS7.
J. B. FELLERS,
Ct J. P. N. C.
NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!!
With corlial thanks for the liberal pa
tronage received in our opening, we
would respectfully inform our patrons,
friends and the public generally that we
are constantly adding it, is to our stock.
We now keep our special line complete
and you can always find what we adver
Our Dress Goods now consist of Cash
meres, Nuns Veiling, Henrietta's Almos
Sebastopol, Flannels, Tricot, and al
other woolen goods now fashionable,
Silks, Watered Silks and Satins, Ging
hams and domestic Plaids and Calicos.
Knit Goods for Ladies and Misses and
Children Jerseys, Undervests, Pants
and Skirts, also, Gents Undervests.
We can give you a full "Bridal Out
fit" as cheap as you can buy and make
them. Why then, all the trouble and
vexation of gathering up and making,
when we have them ready at your door?
Full line of nicely tinished and embroid
ered Underwear in till suits-at prices
to suit all.
Corsets and Bu,tles or all sizes and at
Ladies, Misses and Childrens' Hose,
and Gents Half Hose.
Ladies and Gents Handkerchiefs,
Linen, Lawn,and Silk.
Ladies Linen Collars and Cuffs.
Full line of Trimming Goods in all
the latest and most finhionable goods
viz: Furs; Satins, Silk,Velvet,Velveteen,
Gimp, Galloon, Hercules Braid, Cof's
Briad, Beaded Setts, (hand made) Beaded
Trimming in all colors. Domestic Home
spun. Bleached and Unbleached Tick
ing, Flannels, etc., in fact everv.hing
usually found in a tirst-class Dry Goods
All Millinery Goods will now be sold
at big diseounr, pre; a:atory to Spring
Agency for "Brohard's Window
Holder," or Lock, useful and safe, no
Burglar can enter where this lock is ap
plied-now on exhibition in front of
store. Call and examine..
Three nice rooms, immediately over
store, for rent at reasonable prices.
Misses Lelia Rives, Mamie Metts and
Stevie Bowers are still a ith1 us and will
take pleasure in showing our new and
select stock of fashionable goods to their
many friends and customers generally.
Again thanking you for the liberal
patronnge extended and soliciting acon
tinuance of the same, we are
11L 1 II111 T K F_ 'IiRR11T
Main street. Newberry, S. C.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR, 1
NEWBER RY, S. C.. Jan. 16. 1888.
In compliance with instructions from
the Comptroller-General, and in obed
ience to the requirements of the Ae-t,
the followingz Act is published for the
information ofthe pole.
TO ALLOW UNDIPRo,VED LANDS WHICH
HAVE Nor IEEN O(N THE TAX BOOKS
.sINCE 18753 TO BE LISTED WITHOUT
SEATnoN I. Be it enacted hv the Sen
ate and House of Representat'ives of the
State of South Carolina. now met and
sittingr in General Assemibly, and by
the authority of the samle: That in all
cases where u nimproved land which
has not been on the tax books since tihe
fiscal y.ear comr.enc: ig Novemb~er 1st,
157.5, and which are not on the for
feited list., shall at any time iefore the
1st day of October, 1]88. ihe returned to
the County Auditor for taxation, the
said Auditor be. and he is herebv. in
structed to asss the same and to'enter
it upon the tax duplicate of the riscal
year commeneing -Novemiber 1st, 1s87,
Iwith the simple taxes of that vcar.
SEC'. 2. That all such lands'as may he
returned to the Audit'.r for taxation
between the first day of October. 1.8
and the first day of October, 1N49, shall
be assessed and chargred with the sim
pIe taxes of the two fis.cal y'ears com
mencing respectively on the' first day
of November. 1".7, and the first day of
Novemb er. 1 s88.
E. .That as soon as practicable .
after the passagre of this Act, the
C'omptroller-General is directed to fur
nish a copy of the same to each Auditor
in the State. and the Auditors are re
quired to~ pl~ish the same in each of
their coumyv papers once a week for
three mo.nin. ounne theyvear 1S5c,and 2
for the sam peridi of 'timer during
the yer1M and the con of such pub'
liestion shall b.e pid hv the (Countv
Treasurer, upo~n the order 'of the Count'v
Commissioners,. out of the- ordinar'y
county tax last colilected.
Approved leeIlmer 1t9, 1 *7.
THEY ARE As TRAN!'AI.ENT ANt' CtL
uRLEs- A- Lt,IU 'rLy.
Perfect Sight Preservers.
ALL EYES FITTED.
And the Fit guaranteed by
COFPIELD & LYONS,
A. K. H4AWKES,
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