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ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR.
ELBERT H. AULL, l P
WM. P. HOUSEAL, Proprietors.
NEWBERRY. S. C,
THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1s8s.
THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
OF NEW YRK.
ALLEN G. THURM AN,
A TRADE ISSUE.
The proprietors of The Herald and
News have had in mind for some time
the issuing of a trade and illustrated
edition. I The arrangements for the
same have about been completed. It is
proposed to write up Newberry and let
the outside world know what we are
doing here. An edition of 5,000 copies
of about 40 pages is our purpose now.
The services of Mr. G. M. Girardeau
have been secured,and he will visit the
business men of the town and assist the
proprietors in getting together the data
necessary for such an edition. A num
ber of illustrations will be used and a
short history of the town, and a sketch
of its business and professional men
and public institutions. Any assis
tance in this work that can be given
Mr. Girardeau or the editor and pro
prietors will be gladly received and
duly appreciated. It is hoped that the
efforts of The Herald and News in this
direction will meet the approval and
sympathy of the business men of our
town. It is our purpose to get this
issue out by the first of September.
The Republican party is afflicted with
two black eyes-Ingersoll and Infidel
ity. This will bring it as much trou
ble as the three "R's" ever did.
The Board of Trade is now fully or
ganized and equipped for business. If
any member has anything he desires
discussed, let him be prepared to bring
it before the Board at its meeting Mon
We must work together for the in
terests of our town.
The grand jury in their presentment
are after the County Commissioners
again. The roads and bridges this time.
We suppose the roads need werk and
the bridges need repairs. It i.h right
and proper that the grand jury should
call the Commissioners attention to
these things. We need good roads and
In the acquittal of William Murphy
we have an illustration of the fairness
and impartiality with which our
courts administer justice regardless of
condi+ion. Murphy was a negro. M1r.
Oxner, who was killed, was a white
man. The defense was self-defense.
The jury was composed of white men.
Our Cepublican friends at the North
will please. Make a note of this.
Is Mr. B. R. Tillman to be a candi
date for Governor? We see from the
proceedings of the caucus held in Co
lumbia on Tuesday that he is to enter
the canvas. Or, possibly, he is only to
go around to keep the candidates
We publish this week an article from
the Chickasaw (Mi1ss.) Mfessenger in re
gard to the M1ississippi Agricultural
College which we invite our friends to
read. This editor seems to think that
the agricultural college in that State
has been a failure. Our people, how
ever, seenm determined to make the ex
periment for themselves on the subject
of an agricultural college and we sup
pose that will be the best way for them
to make the test. If it is undertaken
we hope the enterprise will succeed,
but our common schools are greatly
in need of funds and we still think that
we need better and more efficient conm
mon schools wos than any more col
leges. But the fact is that the ques
tion of an agricultural college is the
main issue before the people this year.
and we have heard of no candhidates
who oppose such an institution. We
print this article so that our readers
can have a little chance to hear the
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN.
The county campaign under the
direction of the executive committee
will open on next Tuesday at Wadling
ton, in No. 2 Township. It is expected
that the candidates will attend all these
meetings, and the candidates for legis
lative honors will be expected to ad
dress the voters and let the people know
how they stand on the public issues of
the day. It is hoped the campaign will
be conducted in a manner that will be
free from personalities and bad feeling.
There is no reason why there should be
any unpleasantness. All the candidates
for legislative positions are about of one
mind on the issues before the public,
and after all it will be hut a preference
of men, and the voters of Newberry
County may be depended on to do their
duty, and the defeated candidates will
bow in quiet and good humored sub
mission to the will of the majority. Let
us have a pleasant and good natured
campaign. It can do nobody anmy good
to have all sorts of reports in circulation
about the candidates. Let them presen t
their claims to the voters in a~ fair and
impartial manner and stand or fall,
as a nmajorityvshall determjine. on their
We hope the Executive (Committee
of the Board of Trade will be able to
have Newberry represented at the Au
gusta National Exposition this fall.
And if the matter is undertaken we
hope to see an exhibit that will be a
credit to our town. This cam be done,
and we feel sure if the nmatter is un
dertaken it will be gotten up in a mani
ner that will be a credlit to our town
and the enterprise of our citizens.
The tinme for holding the judicial con
venition of the Seventh Circuit has net
yet been fixed. It will likely be held
at Newberry the last of this mionith.
The time aind place will probably be
determined this week.
A triple alliance has been formed
by the Richmond Terminal, Georgia
Qentra1 and Plant railroads.
HlOW TO DO IT.
''(lllt iAf X' t)1Z'1 ' \'L 5 11 n'
esting article to The Herald and N
in this issue, on the agricultural
lege. It is an important question
the tax payers how this college is t(
established, witihout, if possible,
creasing the burdens of taxation. I
an easy matter to favor an agriculti
college and the acceptance of
('lemlson bequest, but, the more
port:alt <question is whether such
instit ution enn he established with
incr"1easing; taxation, arlll wCithot<
riml ent toexistinig institutions, and h
ntuch, if any, will it be necessary to
crease taxation in order to establish
There is a great demand for low t:
It is not enough to say that such an
stitution can be established with
little increase in taxation that nob<
will feel it. Let the voters and
payers know Iow it is to he establish
By a direct appropriation and inere
of thi' levy in order to umeet this
propriationl, or by the use of fun
alreadyl availalble. The calpaigl op
next week. Let the caudidates Ih I
pared to discuss these questions fu
We are requested to announce tli
farmers' institute will be held at
rens on the 2';th and 27th~ of this mon0
The farmers of our county are itvi
to attend. Arrangements have b<
made for cheap hoard and cheap r
road transportation to and from L
rens to attend the institute. There
be several distinguished speal;
present. It will no doubt be b
pleasant and profitable to attend t
gathering of farmers.
The preliminary canvas mapped
by the Executive Committee of
State for the candidates for (over
and Lieutenant Governor begins n
Friday, July 20, at Hodges. Sev(
gentlemen have been suggested as e
didates for Governor but we are
able to say whether any will enter
canvas. If not, it will be rat
AN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.
Let the Candidates Say How they Pro
to Establish it-Anx Important Mat
ter for the Taxpayers.
To the Editor of The Herald
News:-It is a very easy matter for
candidates to say that they are in fa
of the State accepting the Clemson
quest, but it will not be so easy for th
to say how the College shall be s
ported after it is established.
If they are asked, are you in favo
giving this College the $.5,7(0) now gi
to the "Annex," (which is one-hal
the interest arising from the Laud S<
fund), and the $15,000, the Hatch fu
also now going to the "Annex," se
of them miight not agree to it, yet tlI
are funds prmperly belonging to an
ricultural College, and together v
the surplus renuaining from the tag t
after paying the legitimate expense
the Agricultural Bureau, would
a'rt the College. To do this wo
l'eak up the "Annex."
Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, I
isiana, Texas, Arkansas, Tennes:
North Carolina, Virginia and V
Virginia all have Universities, ye
all of these States sepa:rate Agricultt
and Mechanical Colleges have been
tablished, supported ini part by thei
terest on the Land Scrip and using
Hatch fund for experinmental purpo
South Carolina should do likew'
There is no reasoni why she should
ditlerent from her sister States.
The tag tax, amounting this yen
believe, to $3t4,( 00, is p)aidl by the fai
ers, and any surplus over and above
legitimate expenses of the Agricultn
Department should go to the Agri
tural and Mechanical College; $15
at least of this can go to the Colki
this, wvith the $5,700, tone-half of
interest on the Land Scrip), and
Hatch fund, will run the College wvi
out taxing the people one dollar,
if it should beconme necessary the 1:
ple of the State should be taxed ini
(itionl to sup)port it.
WVe cannot have too mny edu
tional inlstitutionis, our young men
women should be educated. Trhe p
pie of South Carolina should remem
tlmt there were 946 students last y
in Claflin University.
The niegro is educating at thle
pense, in a great measure, of thle wlI
Anglo Saxon sup)remacy mnust
maintained, and to do it we must e<
ate our children.
ONE OF THE v'oTERtS
THE CANAL CONTRACT.
The Work of Completing the Canal, Ex4
i'ive of Anl Masonry Work, A warded
to James D). H ardin of sumter at
[Columbia Register, JTuly 8th.]
The (Canal Trustees held a meet;
eserday m1 orning and awarded to3
James .D. Hardin of Sumter, as1
owest bidder, tile contract for the "s
tional wyork" on the canal at $659,440
By "sectional work'' is meant all t
work of comle~ltinIg the canal from
present terminus to Bull Sluice, so
as the excavating and removing
earth andl rock is concerned, the ripr:
ping of the walls necessary, etc.
het, everything exclusive of the n
TIh'e miasonry wor~k, tch nuically ter
d the "mueha nical structure," inclut
the building of thme culvert which v
e niecessary' near the city water wor]
he waste weir, bulkhead, lock and e:
lun, andi the eont raetor will be expe
dl to furnish the mainteriail.
The contract for this portionl :'f
wrk is to be aiwarded at a aleetig
he Trustees to bex bueli next Wedni
lay at 6::30 p. mn., aind the delay
))ece~siary to allowtW thlose wvho( have I.
or the work as a whole to now amec
heir bids to apply to the masol
There were seven bids received fr<
he followving conltractors n tirfn
ohn Satterlee & Co. of Newv Yoi
ice & (Colenman of this State, Jas
1ardin of Sumter, Stewart, Sulliv
& (o., Samuel 1I. Adamus & (0.
amden and A. 11. Eskridge & ('o.
The tirs.t three fuirs naimed lid
he emifr. wotrk, mlasonIrv and' section
md it is hpedl all will titw~ lput in bi
-r the formler atlne, or allow th<
revio'us hids f'or that part of the wo
Alr. Hlardlin is the contractor whio
it pr\'elem buttiildingL thme extension oftt
.\tlIantije Co ast iAne from~: Sumiter
\ugsta. His lid colles within E
ducer H olly's estimlates andit is ec
ideredt a reasonIable sum for the wo
o0 be done.
Sami Formnby and his wife were kill
uly 5thi by a bolt of lightning whI
ioeige~ottoni on their farm ntear Ron
A SECRET CONCLAVE.
Meeting of the Executive Colmnuittet- of the s1o
Stati; Farmers' Association-Mr. Till
COl mnan to Take the Sturnp for the
to Farmers' Movement Canuiidate..
in- [('oh in,: llegilster, 1 ith.] ! ,:I
t is The disen ibark:ationt of (.aptainl len ae
iral TiImal fror1 a str't ctar in fount 'f Ihe lt i
(Urand C:entral, vesterday noon, wva-, was
the the first intimation to antsider, thatt
im- the Edgefield sachem and his bi," -hi+ if Il:ts
anl were agatin un th+ wa:r lpath :,114 ld a2
thellt onl holding at pow-wow%. ,i'.:
( Other arrivals w.'re,* .lsisrs. If. I. '"I
let- Thou :ts of \\'ed'_ Ietld J. W1. 1;+s! "I .,
OW of Lydia, E. T. Starkhou. of ,ittle
i-Rock andl 1). K.Norris of P'endleton, thle
it. the latter the P'resident of th.- Stat".
t.tFarmers Association. n
- All these gentletnent wert na'tuirally
ill- glaI to see a newspaper un but ex
so eedingly "ar"e"f.l not to (olIltntmiente him
to hiiim the s!glitest ifltormati in
Many dele'vate(s fr(ilu the ulp-"ount r,
tax on their way tA) attend thI bliig Faruers' t
ed. Alliance mueeting at -' lor"en+e to-day , hanr
agsl Wtere inI the (itV, Waiting for the night (
trainh, and with all due resp,ec"t it mu11St t'
a- be Said it Was generally ditlicult, it nut hanl'
Ids imlpOssible, to tell themit from the re. - .l e
ens ular lilllanites, with whom they free- III"
It soonl becaume known ihat the ('Ih- (1"atl
lly. jeet of the presence of ('aptalii Ti in i "tll
and his ass(*-iates in tlit city was to at- I.
it a tend a meeting of the Executive (oii- t
au- rmtittee of the State F"ariners' Associa- 1l"
tion, but wlen and where it was to held wI1
' and its purpose were all made mattel's tnT
ted of secrecy. This is an age in which it G(ot'
een is difficult to keep matters of this kii'l the
nil- secret, as the following report of the rei
proceedings of the mieetingr. Imay testi- (""
u- fv :111
The meeting was held in a rear bed- at to
:ers room on the third floor of the Uraitd to Ii
ath Central, and the number present thereat so
. was a'>ou : baker's dozen, inluding, 1ali
besides the gentlemen whose nanes -rT
have previously been given, several not -rid
members of the colnlnittee, but invited lis
out in as being in syipathy with the te(eer
lnitovtiielt. Seliator Siulh, of Pros
perity, was one of this ltuliber, anli
nor took about as proniuelt a part as if he
ext had been a bona tide coinmitteelnan. t'at
,ral The room where the meeting was
' held, being at the end of the corridor,
an- was isolated from other occupied rooms, T'
not and Captain Tillman took up his sta- pubj
the tion in the open door to secure the euer
her double end of keeping,ofl' intruders and pus!
getting the lion's share of fresh air. t he <
President Norris called the iecting to t
to order and presided over its delibera- Tim
tions with his usual urbanity. Itev
The understood object of the meet- kno
te ing-to arrange plans for carrying on stlI
anl aggressive catipaign-proved cor- Mis,
reet The first matter touched on was "I
whether the association, as such, should said
take an aggressive part in the comting the 1
mCamlpaign and make a systematic can- c'lh
the vass, as it were, putting speakers in the has
vor field, would attend all the leetings in ted
Be- the Congressional districts, and make sion
speeches in opposition to the views of has
em the Governor and Lieutenant-Gover- paig
tp- nor. and,
This was not advocated by Captain the
r of Tillnan, who said that while they had not
Imaly mllel of good, sound sense a1mong fall.
en their number, they dlid not have the evaI
f of ''gift of gai," and he feared the poli- ('ol.
rip ticians would "get away with thema." to r<
nd He also expressed belief that a "com- and
' bine" existed between all the present to i1
ime officials to pool their strength and standI ,list
iese or ftall together.
Ag- Several gentlemen .resent were called pi
.it oii by President Norr'is to miake reports awa~
011 the follo'wing~ questins: l
ax How~ is the Farmliers' mov0~emen2lt inl I sh
s of y-our ctunty? hi ii
up- DO you think you can control the v'ott
uld dlelegttes to the State cenhtion'V.'etc. ('le'
Theseq(uestions wiere answ~ered?t geni- that
erally to the effect that lie mlovemient- the
.OU- had gained and was gaining st.renigth, hiav"
see, and that there was a gootd chanice to stric
'est control the delegates, by the half dlozenpre
in respondmIg. his1
t dgerield was reported by Captain lost
Iral Tillmlan ats uncertainl, but he rather path
es- thought he ('0uld( controil the delegates sI'sur
;-from that conyfor any (iie deteri'p
iniined on lby tile assoiciation11. Hei took i'rat
tile occasion to state that lie haul lit selfish ^ 'i
ses5. endS in view in this ihjt, tha t all lie l
ise. wanitedi was "tto 'whip out this gang.'' liep
he alluding thus euphioniously to th e pres- .' Te
ent State offheers. anda
T1he subjiect oif a separaite a'gr'i('ultul as:l a
r I college was broached. ('aptaini 'Till- iin t
m- mian wantted meni sent to thle niext Leg- free'
teislature who were kniowni1 ttb heart n
and sul 'with them on this question, ali l
ratl and w"ho could and would pull the ur'e
~ul- "annlex" to pieces. U'nless this was a
dfj)tonei.., lhe walrned thleml tIhe 'oinsidlerat ion is.
g.of the lhemson beus zol elpost- thi
te root and gr'ow stwng, anid then tIhe far- f'ull
the mler's wvould be p)ut till withl a high pro
th- schlool istead1 f a college- figh
Au ~dresolution was unanimiously adopt- ma
40- thlat'a fight should be miade til ( ;over- r:
ad- lior anld Lieuteniant G4overnor. ( ha
All the local farmers' elubsi w ill Ihe ee,
c-requested to elect delegates to the vari
a-OUS county 'onv~enit ions, who w ill v ote a
Ld to senid farmers' mtov'emlent me n as"
eo.. delegates tothie State Noiniating~ Con
rCaptainl TillmaY'is idea was tha t it
ear wa mor imuportanlt toi elect imein bers tf
the Legislature ini symlpathly with their ('
ex- mov'ement than t(o eleet a Governlor' of mie
it their chotic. Tile Legislature could ('til
tecarry on the work they wanted done, liai~
while all the adtvanitage of electing a rotin
be Govenior would be tihe "prestige'' 'Thiei
ui- gainled. shau
President Nirr'is ditd not approtve of son:
fighting tile battle on a ptilitical basis \l's
.solely, anid thought it wtiultd be unwise stote
to opely~ have canididates in t he field. pro'ti
After the implressionl was miadel tand t he inig
delegates chosen they ctould then decide dlire
ion a candidate. re-e'
i-Captain Tillman thought if thei'e was ('arl
to be any talk about not going inito .Jr.,.
polities, then they had better bundle up Lea]
Mr. Norris thought it would 10ook Ii
"E hetter, if Tilianl was going tto canvass oif tIl
-r tIhe State, that he should noit be a ean- tors
he didate. folb'
0V Capt. Tillmnan took a turn next at H. 4
-e legislation anld said thle farmers miust 1xtir't
he support no candidate ftir the Legisla- retal
heture unless hle was in favor of giving to atto1
of the separate agricultulral college the nleer
"IHatch fund(, the land scrip and the anid
.P phosphate tax. He0 thought ill timie nie('
4" the college would absorb the Agricul- tiine
Ia- tural D)epartmhenit. l'iiiess the peotple dlay
nwere shiowi that thecy ('ouldt ge't thle 31ia
m- agicu..tlt ural co llege withI out adit inal Ti
'ill ta'x, thiey would niever get it. li('en
(' apta'i TI illmantl ini hiis rtemariiks litar
. 'liihargetd thait co(loired Ilunatit's wVere wdl.I
rib 'adly treatetd andt hot relea:sed(, lut 5awi
e- kept'to wo'trk after they were cured. A intill
emer heof the conittee ohajeetd to whe
I bie careful in his pl)Iie. tutteranices.
U~The ('apt ain said lie bail hot been .An I
15 eaugthit in a lie vet: t hat ( 'olttnel H as
id kell hatd spoken 'withota cigt h
"rc'ordls and it was at had rule that T
ry didnh't wiork bioth 'ways. If lie egn-ii Pres
vassed the State hn' hld conh neiiit h un
self to the incea:se ill lepese of $4,
is:o 1 sinlce 1 S79, ant o i hie tur'nwirs' col
letre antl lie was ntit af raid ttoI meet any
It wasresolve'd that Cati'illmIan -
ishould attend every meeting of the a
prneliinfary' State canv'ass 'where the isl
o onr and Lie'utenant G;overno(r hg
iwe re to spe'ak, andt alsoi as5 many tthier T
t,out'ide mteeting~s as lhe could miake Ii-th
ve ientt on should choose to. HeIV wi"sh- rav' ti
he'(ouiesi, in which the mieetinig were* il
f lint iniig was silil m prugress lon~ o;t
after iidln:ight. but it is noti thou;ttiltd
rprtobal that it much besitd' tal kin wast a'~.ppl
- -~ ofTa
ed The thermomleter J1uly 7th :tt (C'lum-l Whe
ile biat, S. ('., registered fromi 10ii degrees ones,
ie, to 110 degrees during the hiottest part ' are:
of the day. then
king I)e-:th of a Yon g Vhite M;
[Special to the Register.]
m;:wAY, S. C.. July 7.-.J
-h, a vuunl;g white in;il, 22 yea
died ve-tcrl:y of hyurophobi
nL from: the hite ,f a cat. 1
h,,,rn andl rai,el in York Coul
l;lwk I!ill.:noil -,r.11~n time
been in eb:.rui lb ii. ('rnw
tatie,ll, IIItila1 lnlIh- Nfilie;:
ew:iv, o IIIo Wat e Iive.
1if ld (oul;t\. thnl cd:r latt
l, 4n a in hi- humt' in i
nlty, lie a pIed a haltilI " e":1
-ile of at ro:ll a!l,ng whlilb hle
<in t. w hi lI e t houilit w
t :lli : t abl 1 e prcseit for
r. Ie apprahed the cat, w\
11ed perc"1i t ly doee'll :atni p)ernlii
to takit It in hi, hiand(ls witI
-I'n rei,ac: but ns Soonl
li;"teud froni tl gioii ul it be.
m: : i11 hit 11ali 1 throu,-h
1. Itie ht killo thet iat ad:i,l
li w i\\ay, inlkie oi m e 1 01
!cr. \\ ilth II1."e"(-x )e t ien 0 a
I :t)1 l'ew\ (lay- 1i 1,'txju-riellee
Ilents o mll t e lite, a ilhad
al ile llattel';fir i lii lr li.
1 'I' -i i's:1\ In'tr1tll of la,t v
-e was it en rii(1. li I, (xo
I rcti dillic t i neit lbrati
.is nh-r :I-Sis nloned, bit i
-he arrietd the oungt man kep
Ide to tallow anyt hing, and:
t into Violent (nvulsoIs, ex
all the sympoms of hdiroph<
\uls-ion ediie convulSiOn,
physician's skill wa8 powerle
Ve his sufferings. Wh ien not
ulsionl he( was p erfieftly ratti,
p iteously h'!t b "el his f'riends"
i11ints lt kill himi and put aln
is ullerin',s. His plaroxysiis
-iolent that he hald to te kept
I and foot all the tine. Hlit
ds in inteise agony a week, I
ay ev"ening, w\heni death canl
relief. 31r. B alch wvas i i. l a l
led nel :enii eeil viary yo: i
1:1;r W1llsISk1: AND) .ilEiS1
iures ofthe lepublican Campaign u
Repel Church Voters.
e free Iiskev plank in the
J patforl! iu, coupled with
etic 1anner in wih the pari
ing 'n1ol. Ingersoll to the ir
aiaign, has given gevat off
nanyt Republicans. A new
es reporter hadl a talk with
. A. F. Seh iler, 1). il ., aM
wgn Pre.IbyteriaI tlery1vlnan an<
'riitetenit of the New o rk
have alwy1Vs beelIn Reulie
Dr. tebauil", "but on accou1
'ree whiskey plank inl the Repi
platform, the Iitio n that
taken in rehart to the surpli
lency to indulre in eX.SsIVe
ing, and the manner in Wwhic
plut Iner-olI forward ino this
n, which is very offecnsiVe to'
in fcct, to a very arge portio
angelists int this country, I
vote the Republican ticket
There are probably ,ylN
Idelical Voters in the 1'nited' t
Ingersoll ha1, lost no opportu
'Vile them, make fun of the 13
of herwite to so disport hinse
iake any liephlicans utterly
ed. i the himt persists in on
hiil on the tutin idurinth the <
- t wlv tIhe effecit of druitoi
ami not prepa~~:rel to1 sayrwh
tIivte4 thiiDemocra iii ar theF
tio t~icki,bu in aetailvshal
shisthe ul:.s aif thnreai!i
-ehind i he lrt ha iilhis prt v,s
patiee years.~e He:ii wiy, pier
ha mae morI le lrmilov is tsan
-tlyPh neiey,bu the iernorr
ty in thn~ii matter mus lieo
it o I nouglin i
ily wit!ii in issoetio''
-ins We. are already th
eill 1t Ulltr iu Ofin t e w o l d -g
[t the tNent of)1 miilieon:
rM ailiuAI. he 1').-poTe an
tbin ~ tarty sto peion of
Iti,ick :ni eHariy i( prlait
r:umotwa helgad therwid
ofptet (oumbrci:v ami tohel
triasarefom, itnace, ndoge
ll r:bi pox. le.(lntI
e l is the his:iu aif reporm n(
siolut.els needed I all)te ele
kes tallat the ulin. vThe w
lae reede to tlhibitioit.
eht(la olonis: M.eune dhoin1
ise :md ther is asposian Ir
y pele l tV.he underado
tehinkthis awilr afhet ather ih
a tockldel'rs metng thlllen
eldro:ni imeTur:nanill elcte
wa eing ofrfo the enckuiner o
2olmia, resden t; Lures
SVp:1lal t esurr M.nA C'oril
..1. . eruith 10.--The ian
TIn ofe stockholders ofge
(ifmeia,ngerohe and La
toa wsheltrTedain ater preid
(iiof:tuhe onnea llan ke to-i
lvreasl a good1 attiedance anp
liy ornb po xy,i Peident (ly
aleywmad h i anual reek.t
res ait alongse the line rThe f
tori:: s. All o ne oldd ieCtorsii
I 4tedi as folwi: 31hapiben, 31
isle : . l( .n tieportes al s. to i
. Ith. Ire:ll, their Lowrandce
undily ter cthearjuruneit
Ie istitutodersmeeing the no
hed a otnieigand belecdted
ingSHi ltis fo the nsuing4i
'.i ire e,peie t .S
, veicenu preietJ I riaied el,
-'ney: haes.c El ler., chife
;a J.4 fr. 'iredllith enra mae
e. Te5 tocholerso tate $5i
of epet ing from the second Ti~s
toe wirt Tiuesday~ af he li
ed1ut Piervmot Ln adImr
Sompan of theoi i nDutchert
l ysiiadsay for lisns.the pi
he Aversthrtinc fewldays
; afe and uteasnt 'toesi t al
safe and pleasant 'to take.
NOTES F1OM EXCELSIOR.
i in (Jil how wariii. b1
School re-openedl Monday mourningr.a
\IissJanlie Kinard has retueld honie tll
from her visit to Columhia.
rt of The fourth of .July has (om1e and n
, re- gone, and no waterltelons yet. ;
utlh MIr. L. II. 1\ii.rd paid a brief ' isit b
'it to (olumi: lat We siya. I
ell's We ar,- la:id to state I b.t ir. IB. I'.
;t of 'ebui lp rt, wi > h:ts I1tii ill rtiiiill i
t.w p:;t 1 two week-, is able to get out
a ali. . b
t ( -)ai -ie I' v Ia i e-I h:i-i at w r
was a:10 l'al t rtGrein-' i about con1
mlcd ulred and er(jt are loking tire. i
dich A prayer-nl(ectit." has rece(tnt:y heent
tti or"ganlizedl at Mt1. PTil i lhrebl by the 1
Iut youngl mlent of that conlliunity. Thle el
Atie Mt. Pilgrim conluilnity is doing a J<
thc" gool work for their MIaster. They also
rent have a Ilourishii Y. ZI M . A. at the tc
th,e above rlanened lil"r--h which nund>erslk
n( ablout tihirty-live nciiiers. 1:
dis- Numlbers of persons are looking for- al
w: to the Iuthcnioi reunion that
Will be heli at Little Mountain oni the
mo ith. A larg vr1wd and a pleasant
the time i, :mnticipiated(.
4(11 W e return tha:l.:s to MIr. A. 3M. w
ibit- Counts fo)rsome ntice apple cider. A1p- C
>bia. pies are n ice, and cider is Inicer.
a 3t Mss Alice Crosson returned home 1
in a Sunday from her visit to Lewiedale. u
nal, _rs. L. S. Blowers and children, of
Prd 'orsperity, spent Friday with relatives
vere in this eolilllullity. n
tied SSm. t
tutil I1O.uI.1IIA. al
ie to -
" es- Mi. ate lipp has been sick f .r ih
-all". s>mne timle. in
r. The i":rmer'i:ar!" bm.zi1nin!g to Layv by
their c"rt+ls--t he ('ropis beingonlyVtolera- TI
hieh1(1 bIV gool.
The watermelon crop is far behind
this year; haven't heard ofany yet. a
the 1r. Edward Rt. Ilipp's house will -1
t isoon he completed. It will be a neat c
and commodious building-I
ork Ponlaria is gradually growing in a
the wealth, population and enterprise, and
%-el1- 1)x wl
I soie day will be a large town. 1
City The Little Moulntaill pienic is coming ti
on, and of course everybody says he
tof i-going. al
ibli- I hear there will br another cotton w
arty gin erected near here this summer.
its TIhat is right. Let us have comipetition a1
I it A disease anmollg the hogs is prevail
a111- ing ill this cotnlnunity; in which the
i loss is seriously elt by some. I under- I
,hall stand Col. Holloway has lost all of his a
this hogs. c
tes. -News reached this place on Saturday s
nity of the death of Mr. Thomas B. Jeter, of t
ible. Santurc, U'nioll Co., who died Thursday, C
If s July 5th. Mr. Jeter once resided near ti
this place, and was a brother-in-law of o:
alll- Mr. Jas. A. Riser. Ie leaves a wife and
vinIg four smiall chlildrencI.
thier Th'le Y. 3M. C. A. of St. Paul's mlet on1g
Pro- Sunlday. The mieetinlg was a success, ii
SluOt and miuchi good is beinlg donle. This T
and associationl will 11old a pIubliC mleeting
rlon the 5th Sundlay ill July. A ddresses tl
aps, by meni of distinction are exp)ected. 1
were Y. F.
tIby HEADINGS FROM NO. 6.
71"~ Thermometer 95 in shade last Satur
tile t Idq0~lc'~
no(st C:rops are poor anld suflering for rain. 1'
rte- Cotton can mlake a good c'rolp yet if we
(f . n
'te can1 get rain, but up)-hlnd colrn can t 3
veyv malke a full ('roll with pilnty of rainI. t
routs Our younlg people h Iad a pienie at MIr.
-ve r(ordan(D-ee's place ini this town'Iship
~sve last Saturda:y, it was for tile canldidates
for mlat rilmony, the I othe1r candidates
hblt Threshing is thle ortier (ofthe day now
sure ICbuit tIhe yield is poo r.
kit'h \Ir. F. H. D)omini"k's flour mlill is o
Tile \Ir. Wash. Goree is sawving lumbehr
Ilfor A(l r. L. WX. Floyd 011 his planltationl
c. I ill this townlSip1.
'14-mo- A neCL-ro h(oy on1 3(r. D). B. Whleeler's -
1 place got shot t hrough tile left lung last
Sun1day nlightf, he claimis that thke shot t
was accetali, butt fromlI tihe range of I
the tihe ball, he is not believed, Hie mayO
die vet as tile ball passedi thlroughl the ~
1lung. D)r. Wml. 1). Sennl (cut thke ball out ni
of hlis bck.
anal:1 There is an ei1l-ort beinlg mlade to es
tihe tablish a high schlol at Bulsh River 7
rels chIurOhl, weC hope) it will be successfull as
'nt s we 110ed greater s:-hool faicilities iln our
1o'~ Ale' narrel.
eral1 Th inc ininati Enquirer publishles 11
eet- in the form1 of a telegramk from Blir- hi
of It ng11'hamI, Alabamla, an accusation tc
ere :aains~t the lHon. R. A. Alger of Miichi
. A gan. Thie charge is that ill the Chicago
11is, Convenltionl Alger blought tile votes of
G.tifty Southlernk delegates wJho) had1 gone 3
.er, to the ConIvenItion to promote the nom)1
nlationl of thle Honl. .John She'rmlan as1
lent the Repubhicwan candtiida te for PreCsidenlt.J
ree'- Thie Hion. WXIillim Younigblood, a ui
11e mlembeI(-r of the National E~xecuttive p
car: Conmmittee residinlg ill Birmlinlghamf, is d<
Des- saidi to be the authority for this alle- or
see.. gationl. lie ave'rs thlat tile pr'ice paid tl:
ise, to these tifty men01 wals 7,5001 cash, wit h or
Igi- all thleir expensest' hoth Ways, and1( thteir E:
ger, Iex penses iln Chticago. er
heir A Faily Drowned in a Western Lake. p
ird S'r. PAUlt, MIinn., July 5.-A sad
ca(se of drowninlg occurred at Lake~
we- JhlannIa, abioult Six mlih-S from thiseity, ~
' about 4.3(1 o'clock thlis akfternoon. Harry L
laIt C. Tucker, ('Jerk at Ryan's ho 'tel, this
ncity, atcompanliedl by iis wie i
Thle fat her anid sister, M1rs. D)eisinger, who
ich were visitinig imI from Amisterdaml, mr
ron'~ N. Y., wenlt to the lake to spend( the 1
It wats pro posed to go for a sail 01n the 0r
b e Ilake, anld it was agr'eedl to by all except ti
ai rs. Tucker, whott was timtid, andl pre- 01
fcrred to remlain 01n shlore and( w.atch XM
.tile party. MIr. Tucker took thle oars. p:
loa Whenl tIle party was about a q1uarter of th
rmI- ai mlile froml shore' tile boat, from some1 eo.
ate- unIknlown' c'ause', w'as calpsized, anld the Ti
(oPW three occupants thlrown' inIto the lake.
tve MIrs. Tucker s(1ceamedt for help, but
ill before any one could go to the rescue .
iaall three wvere drownled in sighlt of the ,
has diistrac'tedl wom1Ien on shore. 3Ir. Tucke.
not Inlade diespeorate efforts to save his V
re- 'ister, andt was drownled with her ill his
:ing JTohn W\anamIaker, of Phliladelphia,
-(In- is tihe first citizen of thkis counltry- whlo
rate as1 roundedc( out a full million udollars
the o~f insur1anIce on1 his life, and the ne'xt
.04o highe'st lift' insuIrancee is that ofJTohn B.
1e Stetsonl, tIle gre'at mIanulfacturer of
thet P~hilaudelphiia, whko 1hok41 pith fo15 r 1
F'ortify the sytem.by thle use of Ay
ion Ier's Sarsaparilla, against the disease
ng. peculiar toI hot weather. This medi
tile eine induces a healthy action of the
he stomach, liver, and kidneys, causing
Try them, to prevent the accumulation of
+he pomins which produc n dlana
NEWS IN BRIEF.
The tenth riot is reported near Pitts
irg, Pa., between parties of Polanders
id flungarians. Andrew Kankouski,
le leader of the Polish faction, was lit
ally pounded to death.
The office of the Century magazine
ade a narrow escape from lire last
turday morning. Fire in the same
uek, 17th and 18th Street, New York,
used a loss otfa bout S151.+I00.
'Trn-k lavin.r 'o the ( irolina, Knox
Ile :lud \V.tern oad Iias reacied a
,int t".wl iniles bey"ond (rreenVille',
(. It is tertaiii that the road will
Soti1,leted to .\larittti, twenty liniles,
the laist of the liiontIi.
Two sixty-two) I:uiii wvatt'riieiols,
le Iheavie-t of the crop inl Soutii
estern (eorgia, were expressed Sat
'tlav frorn Ailbanyl, Ga., to 1rs. (iro
'r (levelantd. One was setnt by the
tV of Albany, the other by Rlcuben
>ies, of Baker county.
('iarles A. Piteher, leau'tiiig h:ak
lier o, i he Union Bank, of Providence,
1., made a remai:rkalle confession in
oitreal last week. lie said that he
ild stoltn $70:,(Ii of the bank's cash,
il oilers to return the money if the
ink would pay litit $15 a-a pre
lnlil for his ra-ealitv. The steuriti(s
:.ce sin(ce bet capitured in l.o,in.
Captain ?iii:ini M. Swiann, a well
iw:wn itizen, of Williiingtoi, N. C.,
as instantly killed near the Atlantic
)ast Line station July 7th. He was
anding near the track when a large
le of lumber fell from a car while in
totion, crushing him into an almost o
arecogniza ble mass of blood and bones.
ATLA T.A, .July 7.-Herman Wer
(r, a wholesale liquor dealer in At
lita, left this city Thursday night in
demented condition. He is nearly
years old, weighs 170 Iounls, wears
niy Whiskers, has ruudy coiiplexion
ll was dressed in light gray suit. His
hereahouts is not known. -His sud
nll dlisap pearance created comnuotion
business eireles. T.)-day the sheriff
vied on his store for 5,04Ne debt at the
lit of tile A tlanta Brewing Coipany.
le (oilit aptpoiated Isaae Haas tem
ararV receiver. Wernier is thought to 1
On .Iuly 5t h a f -al <ecident occurred
the i~nion Reliiery, Oil City, Pa.,
gasoline tank sprung a leak, and the
)ntenits raln into a small stream, cover
igthe surface with the inflammable
tift. By sone means the gasoiine was
t on lire and instantly the whole sur
ce was a mass of flaimes. Unfortunate
two boys, named Cullis, were play
ig in the water near the place at the
me. Both were horribly burned. The
der, aged about 15 years, was burned
crisp. The younger is terribly burned
)out the face, chest and arms. He
ill not survive. Two tank cars ex
loded with terrific force, hurling heavy
ieces of iron hundreds of feet in the
ir. The damage to the works was
Pimples on the Face 4
enote atn in pure state of the blood and
re looked upon by imany with suspi
on. Acker's Blood Elixir will remove
II impurities and leave the complexion
nooth and clear. There is nothing
iat will so thoroughly build up the 1
m,nstitution, purify and strengthen
ie whole system. Sold and guaran
-el by P. Robertson, Opposite Post
fice, New berry, S. C.
Caution to Mothers.
Every mother is cautioned against
iving her child laudanumi or p)aregoric,
creates ati unnatural craving for
imnulants which kills tile mlinld or the
bild. Acker's Baby Soother is specially
repared to benefit children and cure
leir painus. It is harmless and contains
o Opium or Morphine. Sold by P.
~obertsoni, opposite Postfiee, New
erry, S. C.
onfirmn our statement when we say
at Acker's English Remedy is in ev
ry way~ supecrior to any and all other
rep)arationis for the Th roat and Lungs.
ni Whoopinig Cough and Croup it is
iagic and relieves at onice. W e offer
ou a samiple bottle free. Remember,
his itemedy is sold on a positive guar
nitee, by P. Robertsoin, opposite P3ost
tlice, New berry, S. C.
Mew A dvertisemnents
[ W I LiL have a IBarheec at Wad
lington's on the li7th inst. Dinner
ulv ;~>cts. Ieed lenaonade. Public
TiHOS. W. ILUTCHISON.
NEwnlE]RY '. C., .Iuly 11, I888.
NTOTI ICE is hereby given that I, J.
S. H Al R, am the legal owner of
outity-landl Warrant, N~o. 48,717, for
JO acres, issued under the Act of 1847.
In the n:itne of Peter Hair, and said
-arranit having beein lost or destroyed,
have inade application to the (omi
iissioinir of Pensiions for a1 uplicate.c
b thc Deiuweratic I'o!ers 0f .Ncreberryj
MONVALESLNG from a spell of
J fever, I am advised by my physi
an to spenld a few days at Glenn
prinigs. I shall, howvever, return,
roividence permitting, on Saturday
Lxt, p)repared to meet you at Wad
nigtoni on the 17th instant, prepared
discuss the issues of the day.
COLE. L. BLEASE.
HERIFF'S TAX SALE1
Y VIRTUE of an execution to me
directed hy A. H. Wheeler, Treas
-er of Newberry County, I will sell at
.iblic outcry, before the Court House
>or, in tile town of Newvberry, S. C.,
the first Monday in August next, to
ie highest bidder, one lot of land with
Ie building thereon, assessed to Edna
meridge, and will be sold as the prop
'ty of Edna Emeridge, to pay the tax
1 said( lot, together wvith all costs and
ntalties thereon attached. Terms
sh. WX. W. R ISER, S.N. C.
Sheriff's Office, July 10, 1888.
HERIFF'S TAX SALE'
3Y VIRTUE of an execution to me
directed by A. H. Wheeler, Treas
-er of Newvberry County, I will sell at
lic outcry, before the Court House
or, in the town of Newberry, S. C.,
the first Monlday ini August next, to
e highest bidder, one lot of land, wvith
e building thereon, assessed to Lizzie
adsworth,. and will be sold as the
operty of Lizzie Wadsworth, to pay
e tax on said lot. together wvith all
sts and penalties thereto attached.
rniis cash. W. WV. R ISER.
SherifFs Office, July 10, 1S888.
TANTED.--LiVE AGENTS.-Write Gieo.
V A. Sanhurn. Secretary R,uffalo) Mu: uat,
fe. Accident and SIck Benelit Association,
hialo, N. Y.
EXHAUSTED VITALITY I
ige on Menhood. Nervous and
Physical Debility, Premature
)ecline, Errors of Youth, and
hereon, 200 pages 8 To, 125
irescriptions for all diseases.
"'loih, full gilt, only $L.00, by
nail, sealed. nliustrative sample free to all young
md middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold and
r'ewelled Medal awarded to the author by the Na
ional Medical Association. Address P. 0. box
395, Boston, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PABmot, gra
rateof Harvard Medical1Conlege,25years"practice
a Boston, who may be consulted confidentially.
tpecialty,Dseen of Man. Of5celio.4D"flich'st.
~ "'- ~
;15 Iteals fol
It Saved my Child's Ltfs.
-.When my child was born.
the doctor ordered one of the
other Foods. She ate that un-.
til she nearly died. Ibad three FOR INFANTS m
doctors, who said the trouble
wras Indigestion. and ordered T HE PHYSICI AN'S
the food changed to Lactated Possesses mnan yIpor
Food. It saved my child's life, over allot ri
and I ow8 you many thank BABIES CRY F0l
torit. I regard your Food as INVALIDS
Invaluable, and superior to all perfectly Nourlshei
ether artificial food for babies. or without the add
'A B. Three Sizes. 25c.
15 Indiana Place. A valuable pamphlet on
of Infants and Inv
WELLS, RICHARDSON 8
"LAS$1E,S of 1087 at Baltimvre, 1005
yj at Detroit,1500O at Philadelphia,11l3
t Washington, 1216 at Boston. large classes 3
f Columbia Law students, at Yale, Wellesley,
>berlin, University of Penn.. Michigan Uni- A
ersity, Chautauqua, &c., &'c. Endorsed by
Utc an Pltoc-rox. the Scientist, Hons. W. W.
s-ron..Jr9l. ti I'. 14t:x. M .%1.Judi ' t=.sov,
)r- ltw.o : E. It. Coo, Principal N. Y. State
orrna:l (llege, &c. The system is perfcetly
auahl by correspondelict'. Prosleettus PoST
REE, r'om tI. IF. I.(1SE'1".,
237 Fifth A' e.. New York.
" fi;B S
iaveyou Cough. Bronchitis. Asthma, Indigestiont Use
'ARKER'S CINCER TONIC without delay. It -a
,as cured Inany of the worst cases and is the bes reiedy
or all affections of the throat and lungs, and diseases
.rising from impure blood and exhaustion. The feeble
nd sick, strugging against disease, and slowly drifting
o the grave, will in many cases recover their health by
he timely use of Parker's GingerTonic, butdelay is dan
;rous. Take it in time. It is invaluable for all pains
ad disorders of stomach and bowels. 5o. at iruggiats.
RGENTS LOOK !
A Good Opportunity
For a Few Active. Energetic Busi
ness Men and Women a
ro Earn Some Money. C
kTEWANTIivecanvassersinthis territory i
for our books. We are the oldest house ,
If the kind in the Sonth. and havethe most -
.ttractive and fastest selling line of books to
>e found anywhere. Read this partial list -
id see what our agents are doing:
'THE WELL-SPRINGS OF TRUTH,
i large ,00-page book illustrated. S lls very
apidly. Over 10,000already sold In the South.
)ne agent in southern Georgia made over
400'u protit in thirteen days work. Another
n Tennessee in $9 days sold $3,400 worth of
>ooks. Many others are doing equaily as
veIl. Send $2.50 for agency and outfit.
"THE KING OF GLORY,"
he most chi rming life of Christ ever written.
Cells at. sigh t. One agent has sold 1,500 copies
ince January 5, 1888. Prlce of outfit I0 cents.
Many other fast selling books too numer
ius to mention. Large and elegant line of
3ibles and Photo Albums. Exclusive terri
ory. Don't delay. If you do some one else
nay get the territory you desire. Address
80mnl1~STimN PUmLmm!G ROUSE.
Pratt Gins and Boss Presses
DNLY GIN made with Revolving
I.Head. Gins clean and gives satis
'ction. For sale by
Agents for Newberry County, t
Prosperity, S. C. t
WV. H. Gibbes, State Agent, Colum
Qr any other Mineral Poison. 2
It is Nature's Rlemedy, madc exclusively from
It is perfectly harmless.
It is the on!y remedy known to the world that ii
has eyer yet Cured contag.iou.s DiJood Poision in
all its stags.
It cures Mecrcurial flheuumatismn, Cancer, Scro
fl, and other blood diseases heretofore consid
erdincurab!e. It cures any disease caused fromn
impare blood. It is now prescribed by thou
sands of the best physicians in the United States, ~
as a tonic.
We have a book gi.ving a b;story c t thm won
derful remedy.n::d its cures, from a!l over the
world, which wiil convince you t::a z.l we s:i'y is
true, and wichie we wi: m ra:l f:-ee on r ppcue: f
No family shonid bo wi:et ii '. Y.e I: n-e. .n.
other on Cor.taus EDoo:zi PI', ont itnsme
Write ns.a history of yn::r<:: ' er ; 'y.i
clan wiji aa .-e w~L.: 13:i by I . r :
conl!':ce'. We - .. . . t-t,:.ceive y a i.v; ::.;.y.
Fcr s.ie by n!!il :Gs
PIED3YIO.'T AIR INE~ ROUTE
RichmDonId and Danrille Railroad.
Columbia and Greenvzaie Division.
ondensed Schedule-In Etfeet June 24, 1888
(Trains run on 75th Meridian tirne.)
NORTHBOUND.:- No N. oNo. C
- 4. .O M4. *
.. Charleston................ ......... 7 0
..v Columbia.............. .I...4.... 10 25 5
tr A iston......................... 350 .....11 25 c
.v Alston .................................. ....11 30j I
tr Un ion......................................1 20
er Spartan burg............ .... ..... ) 40
Tryon ................... ........ .... ....4 46
Flat Rock................... ....600
Ilenderson ville............. ....610 .
A she ville ...................... ....70
H ot Springs........................... ....8 40
Pornna..........P M ....A M
Po a ia...................4 08 1145
Prosperit y................... 4 .3 .... 12 12
Ne wberry................... 4 50!....12 :0
Gsoldv ille..................... Ei 14
Clin ton.......................b (;1 -i
Green wood.............. - .... 2 25
A bhevil le................... .... 3<50 ]
B3elton ........................ ....35
,v Belton................................. 10) 30 5
L r W illiamston-................ ... 0 53 4 17~
Pelzer............................ ....11 00l 4 24
Piedmont........................ .... 1 1 4 42
Greenville --.................. .... 12 0. 3
A nderson.....-.............. ....42
W alhalla ...-...................6 4.5
A tl anta............................1.... ....10 40
SOUTHBOUND). No. No.ONo ,j
-- neca.-.....--...............0. i
,Adala...................................9 : 0
Sben le................. ........ ........ 3110
Arnvler..................... ........~ 10 :4
Pibemont.................... .......~ 1 3
Pei zer................................3 10 9 50e
W il lianston .................. 1795
Pltd on...................... ... 40 10 22i s
Green wood ................. ....11 5
Nine ty-Six................. A "
C'lin ton...................... hi
Newberry.................. -, .1
Prosperity.................. s 081
V A"t.n....................... 20
l1endrson~1le....... ........ ......(
Flat Rock5...........2.. .
$' A stounr...................I.5
Ht. i gs................... ...........
rAsheile................... .....I1... l
H enderonia...................l I...*i
aM.i ud.....r... ................... daily....
Tron ' ...bi .......... ........ ........ ep
.uida rta n bu' r; .;..,.......... ........ l .....I I
JAS. . TA L~, (en'lPass Mgent
SeeClumi and A Cson.lably except
It 8s No EquaL
"We are using in oar nur.
sery (containing forty infants)
ityour Lsaed Fo oeood. n n
d INVALIDSt *
which has been used during
AdR T. o ten ears that I have
ant tageod s been visiting pbysiin. The
Sisters of Charity, who have
I IT charge of the instiatutc. .y
RELISH IT. 1thasnoeQat.'
i a Baby with W.E. DE Coker,.L D.,
tlon of milk. Stoseph'sFoundlingAn.
c. .. Cncdnnat1, Ohio.
-The Nutrition Cnna, ho
CO., BURLINGTON, VT.
A GOOD MILL.
ATE have, perhaps, as fine set of
31 i1 Rocks as any in the State.
1'e make meal equal to any- Water
iiI. We grind any time we get 4 or S
usblls of Vorn. When the Mill is not
inning, we keep Meal Chops and
rits of .ur grinding to exchange for
orn, or to sell.
"FitEE D)ELIVERY Ix TowN.
DOMINICK & LOVELACE.
[. A. CARLISLF, JAXES T. L6, E
Late heal Edtatl e i
ttorney at Law. Philadelphia.
URLISLE & L4M
Real Estate Agents.
W E have formed a partnership o
the above style and firm name
>r the purpose of buying and selling
teal Estate, renting lands and collect
ig rents, and hereby solicit the patron
ge of land owners.
WE HAVE FOR SALE:
1. One plantation of 605 acres,on Indian
reek,in farming condition. Price $6000.
5. $850) for six om cottage and lef
sa Newberry-one-third cash; balane e
a three annual instalments.
6. $.550 for 1 two story brick house.
a Newberry town, New berry, S. C.
12. $3000 for 503 acres of cotton lang
00 acres of which is original f
'erms: One-third cash; balance in'av
Five farms, containing from 85 to
res each, and a farm of 1,500 acres,al
n easy terms.
FOR RENT: One six-room dwell.
g, in town of Newberry, owned by
. A. Carlisle.
CARL ISLE & LANE.
ATTRA CT ION
[ S ENTERED on .the Spring and Sum
mer stock of Clothing for Men, Youths
nd Boys, in all qualities and prices.
he Designs and Patterns
his season are. more attractive than any in
he past. There is a decided chang in the
ettingu ofgarments. the pants beng cut.
arger and te vests eut lower, which naakW'
be suit mnore comfortable for Spring and.
urn mer wear. The sack coats -are cnut away,
nd not worn straight, as heretofore. The
usiness cutawvay coat is one and four but
.us as usual.in cheviots of beautIfui e.
erns. a so worsteds, casslimeres,Whipcord&fd
I have also a full line of Single ar.d Double
reated frock suits.
T his Line of Garments
mannufactured expressly for my trade, and
anio be duplicated by any other house. aR -
have exclusive contracts of them. I have
hem in all sizes, to it taIl men, short men,
it mseni and leani men.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
re now in t heir place, and awaiting your in
pection. The line of Underwear for Srn
d Summer consists of all gdes otndia
sauze. Balbriggan, Lisle Thra and Merino,
dso. half hose in the same material, in plain
A Beautiful Line
r ;ents' Neckwear. The largest assortment
have ever- shown. The patterns and desgs
' these novelties are entirely new this
ason, and I am offering them at prices that.
lill make them move.
Gents' Fine Shoes
rr Spring and Summer wear, have been
lae -in stock, and they embrace all the
iltierenslapes and styles of shoes that are
an ufactured. GSents' slippers. and dancing
ups always in stock.
My Hat Stock.
complete in Spring styles, in all the latest
01ors ini soft and stirf hats. The assortment
ready for your inspection. You will be...
lore than satisfied if you will call and see
It Is Important
r all to know that in trading here you are
uying from a reliable house, and that the
oods are sold as represented. If they do not?
ome up to what they are represented to be
m always ready to make it satisfactory with
Now, before making yor pur chases 4)
prirg Clothing call and see what ['have ini
Lore for you. Iwill be pleased to have you
all and inspect the stock, as it wiIllgor me
leasure in showing yo roUS-1
Cotton Gins. 9
[AM .Aetfor the following popo-.
A 1so) for the Chattanooga Cane Mills
Ja Na MARTINs
LLWAYS THE BEST. Q
heice Steak I21e; Reast IO.j
TILL be pleased to have my former
customers share their patronage with
I have the olnest and best butcher in Ne
erry-tirty years' experience. Let you
ces he your judge.
Choice Meats on Tuesdays, Thurst~ays and
Highest prices paid for Cattle.
E. B. BLFASE.
FINE LIQUORS, y
0BAC00 ANTD CIGAES,3
Fancy Groceries, -
AVING recently repainted and
L.refurniished my Bar and Gro
rv, I invite my friends and custo
e'rs to give me a call.
With fine Cigars, Groceries asn '
iiuors, and a nest and attractiv
ore, I will be pleased to mserve yoU
.,. S UMMER