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E". 11. A1114, ERmvoit.
TO TiHE MEMElIS OF T.il STATE
It was stated i the circular sent out
by the Secretary that fuller infi ra
tion In regard to the Nashville trip
would be given lator.
I desire n1oW to saty that, all the ar
raigemients for tranlsportationl for the
tvip have been pratic-ally completed.
We will leave Newberry on Friday,
Alay 28, at 12.10 p. ml. over the C., N.
& L. railroad.
Matke I stop at Clinton of two and a
half liours,leaving there abtout 3 o'elock.
Take Itilich in the dining roomn of the
Clinton orphinage on the invitation of
.-r...,jLacobs --hunch to be set'et by the
:11ldics of Clinton. ILeave Clinton on a
pecial trainl for Cross llil1. iboult fif
1tCII mIdles distant, wherv wve make anI
kfiher 01)Stop And)(1 go out to the fatnous
liris 'ithia Spring wII'e we will be
se-ved a agi ieent banqua by the
proprietor. Ivave Cross Hill tlat
night for the trip ioper.
TIk brak fiast inl Atlanta and dlinner.
ill Chatitanoo-a. makinl,g a ,top there of
12 hovus inl order to vi?,it Lookout
NOtali till i d the hiS1ti pl eS
I amil going over th- routte tHis week
myself an arr-an et.- c ta:l: al." as
Soon ats 1 return-1 1 will 1:so. an itine-.
rary of the trip lhowin schedule anld
Stops and Invces!4arlY 4expOWn0.
Before ve rynthin iiz.tnly vv:,.Ilet
ed I wait to know about how' inan vill
desire to taike the trip. and tlhit is the
plrpioisc of this sIatelment at this time.
1 thought I cuold gvt the information
by mai1kiIg the sta0teIeit tiirough the
papers and tlius -ave ne pitage. limle
We will not take t he trip unle-s t here
are as many as forty who dt!irk- 1o go.
I am sxire it will b' 1n1 if the n >.st
p)leaiSilnt. m111it i t ru-elilti%e and( mo1Wt dk
lightful trips the .\-oviatit'n has ever
hiad, ind the act-lal .XpeTn'o wil le
Take this its I por l- ial h-t i to v it
and if vou want t4 g4o writ,- niw by the
first of MLay. Tli - fIollowm iII :,'e ti
polints on whivh I deire to gve a n d re
eeiv~e in fornitilr.:
1.~ ~ Th itdi ion "' in. ta.S
mauke may b Lifaly I-h *'':.vb th
follo%.ing letter from 'M!r. . :. Iar
man11 of tilt WV. N: .\.. tudti,tan' r
the vonditionl:- (if Itio- Icaboard! .\ir
Line and : dmi'ia, Ne- wlir i-r: u.i
.\tlat1,. ( a ,a . r l
.M r. Ei. I1. .\ullI. Pv'lt
Soulth (Carolina l're, : .\s'n.,
Newlierry, S. . '.
Dear. -ir,: kfeferrinlg it, 11L.nt1vi.
I boug to advi:-c yp u tha' I w%Ill ait
rarnge for thl. tr:iui.p rtatioi of the
S01u1,h Car.1linl'.- .\Ssciation .\t
lanita to N11"hvilb-. mAt rcturn-. h-avinlg
At laita 8.41 a. iml. .\i av t'th with a Stop
oVer at ht'noafrieil on of that
da. litil iiiliu ht 1,s1i i l i vi llt
Nanth ill aboutI7.no a. m.iu ief ithei th.i
'iteur i p to2l bei'i :u-rangiltl t ashvillad
vise Thed itondi fi' iit. upon wich futis
trantitton will b furniished edj are
Ittlleyof i eir contract s clper ti-t
(tached,i u to iltuch liiti lime of the Assoi
allit sit naal deiettiol eo tof Na hie,
et ip ment en I e a l lieuftanprain A et
attat tofi Nathvilte and wjlli returnThe
Rilradi ('el . is t hagull 5i p'I itl iiti ocali
and tth , ndv theynewspapter aree
thefrih mater fo t iient at'fll 31a1tIes
agred anitd willieoo thait. to trnw
woratio willy bte frihdxett
edis atifnadep lietirsand hon 1pCitidhe
tmembi iders of teii laieispndn
upo thm fr snpt.. (31hstier pArgtle
2.esiri t ccompany t the li'tYs Awsl
eilation enn aaiYl50 o thtmslvesif te~ very!
cheead trateswhc will ustin etfort
frthe various ste tati ins the Soth tCar
'arlin andt willeIui taw peasure ino im--it
nihiey weiretht iuc weatesi. lit
s rqeshnt'egid by you ill takte up theI
mantteri fo h trtywill heii 11( thenged
and ill avs1expyou. oif therem are anyit
otr mattersof tiltu which ywu de
what to.ey' iare, tpliesa~zi'o
aradfour' the aSoh areolinsi-o
tos n to h anm iis't iltes.ti
in. ItEacotmembe of11 t the r,y i
vyie,ian hat wi'e gveus he arfo
te etirk e ttip ncluingi t'e h.ie wae
ofte iiiiNa'shvile an ld te lm)Loine ret
whIn,iethaet ithr i w'ei'tsire. Tatr
man caw heo i'tiing andt 'ti toenc
wi'llte yaou neensie yofhauling 11ndor
f?orCi day-si it Nashville ttxluativewof
himo gingd and et urn'ig.i We" wilill
nt havC'ie t c(hange 'ears1t firom te time
we118 la heintn un ititw return tov
Clinton. The $ mutb. ett ea
you sufmieut data upon whioh todetor
mine If yoi will take the trip, and I
1.Qpo you will not delay writing mo
lougor than the IrIst of May.
The Telinnessee people aro going to
havo a inagnillecent show at Nashvillu
and it will be worth your while to make
this trip on account of it, but if there
were no Centennial at Nashville the
trip itself with the stop at Lookout
Mountain with its historic asboclations
would be a most pleasaynt and prolitable
one. I hope we will be able to go two
Pullman cars strong instead of one.
I have given you Mr. Harian's let
ter, which he wrote at my request,, so
that you may know the condition the
roaIs ill)osU ani I hop)e no one will
ask or expect me to secure transporta
tion for t,ose who cannot come in un
dier the coiditions laid. I asked Mr.
1larmian why could not a publishergive
his ticket to whomsoever lie pleased if
it. were so much advertising for so
many tickets. lie said the roads eon
sidered it rather an exchange of cour
tesies than of values but they put it in
this shape to make it more business
like. I do not consider the eonditions
I must siy that my intercourse with
the railroad men in making this
arrangement has been of the very pleias
antest and that I have received every
courtesy and consideration from them
that I could exect or ask and I have
not found tilhem entirely soulless corpo
This is a longer annoulnement thanl
I star'eI out to make but I hope it is
clear enoug-'h that a1l the members may
I! any imember of the Associat:on de
sires to ask any question I will be 1ilad
to have him ask it aai I will answer
hitn promptly ani give the information
deired... if I cnn.
Newherry. S. C.
I'. S. I wolId also Ilike to know as
taarly as possible t hose who1 are coing
to the annual meeting. "The Newbr
V" and tle CrOtwell Iotel have both
iz;Vtf. a rate of one dollia i a day to the
IIItIIebs ani their families. Those
who itt0 C inin- to the annual intetinl.
ittli %% want all of vo here. w% ill con
fer a favor b\ . drOpiping ile a card at
an I, a l , hiv. E. 1i. .\.
I NVi .) T0 S 'A RT.AN 1lRG.
We titk the Irollowilng fim the
'pau-taiwli- liorad of Thurdav:
Timl StiAl P.4-Ss Ar-ociationl wv leh
Iwot in IMa v.this year at Newherrv,
w* ;hia mtet thi year inl Spartan
hmr bit fir tile fact that I'iesid. lit
.\ 1 w\a\. dlirous of having his home
tfrwnl nte_rtatinl tht. editors. The bso
ci:t ion was bhlil here ten years ago and
tImt ineetmii_- is looked back upon by
I h tuenhles as onle of the plesat esltv.t
in Ie hi tory tif the organization. All
the various orIganizations (if the city
havei joiit'd inl this ivitation and as it
will bo lic]I durinl" the Nily Festival,
ail N csS. Siinpson & Si1mi1p.on have
at-ke'd thle litaSure of en1tertaining the
A-Sociattion at a bhainillet, there will be
it) eil of alliseile'lis.
'rsident Aull hias already received
the initut.tion fromn ('oh. ('antt and the
sar ne will he priesenited to thle A ssoc ia
t ion when it meets.
We would lik -to say to our Spar
atanhurg brethr en of thle press that, we
shall ex pect all of thIemi to bie presenit
at thle mueeting thiis year. T1hecy have
not been ats prnotnpt in attendance as
tIey should have been, and( we want,
hern to mtend their wayss this year.
I'daster was a little cool.
Wouild like to see a little rain.
Straw hats anti ulmbrellas are out.
WVatermnelon lanultinig now in order.
O ur farmers wvill ab)out finish plhanit
ing cot ton this week.
Ou r friend NI r. Will in Watts and
wife, of Newerry, spent Sunday with
his fathier' family.
Mrs. S. II. Fellers, of Gallman see
tion. visited in t his section last. week.
Quite a number of eggs chainged
color' on Saturd(ay-- much to the tlel ight
of the little folks.
Wie att ended t.he entertainment given
by the Little Workers in Grace church
Sunday afternoon. T1he exercises were
interesting throuctghouit, antd spokeC wuellI
for the lattIc folks and thelir instructor,
Mirs. S. TI. Ilailman.
'ommunniion services at AIt. Pilgrlin
next, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Ouri school closed Friday afternoon.
School has been rolling on nicely with
gootd attenidance. Our teacher, P rof.
IH. C. Counts, gave his pupils an ICaster'
egg hutnt. at. the school building Satur
day aift ernoon at 3 o'clock. Professor
Counts gave each of hiis pup)ils ia verse
suit able to I'ast.er on F'ridlay afternoon,
whtich they memorized anid recited
Sat uirday ia fternoon before hunting the
eggs. Priof. C'ounts hid several dlozen
eggs on thle school grounds, and offered
a pr'iz/e to the boy and girl who would
finil the largest nunmber of eggs, and
\lastr ciO len Sease was the sucessful
1lit.tl hc oy and little NIliss Nlamnie i kard
wits the successful girl. Somie few
visitors were present,, and after the
egrI hunting was over they alhl enjoyed
thitselv~es lby p)layintg various kinda of
gaines. Thus enidedh it pleasant after'
noon for teacher and1( pup)ils, and we r'e
g ret. we cou'dn't he p)resent to enjoy the
occasion with them. SIUMA.
S10 lot)1 ward, Slot).
The readt V oft this papewr will he pless- d to
lenrn thait. thiere ia itt least 0n0 tidrided i
cutnie tlitat set,te c i.ts been, abt'e to cure ini all
1t4 stages, aind t hat.la Ca 2tarrh. Jill'a4 (On
ltirrh Curte Is the only poaltlive cutro known to
the mo ein fraternity. (Ontairrhi being n con..
stitut ita ijilenso, requires a constitutional
t reitmenti. I tall's Cataurrh Curo Is taiken in
ierniiall noinag dir'cetly alt the blood and
muicotts surf:ices of thte systens, thereby die
I tdroyin gi the foundation of the disease, nnd
iving the patilent. strength by bi'lldling up
tihe constituition nt(utsslstlbg naturo in doIng
Its work. The proprietors hauvo so much
fnith in Its curati' o powors that they oft'er
One llundred l)ollars for any casue tht It.
fiis to euro. Send for li of testimounls
A ddross, F. J. CIllENICY & CO., Toledo, 0.
War'old by I)rugmgists, 75c.
Bachman Chapel and UnIon Academy ChIp
Aren't our public roads In a mess?
Mrs. Lizz,io Hunter returned hotm
on Saturday, the 3rd, from a thre(
months' visit among her children.
Mr. H. T. Long, who accidenta13
shot himself through the log with hi
pistol a few weeks ago, Is getting or
Notwithstanding the continual rain,
there has beent a considerable aniount
of corn planted. We arc behind with
our farm work. But brighten up, broth
er farmers, with the old hope that u
bad beginning makes a good end.
There was considerable frost last
Sunday morning. We fear the peach
crop, together with the plums, arc
about wound up1).
After a lingering illness of dropsy,
Mrs. Mollie Strauss died at her h1onme
on Wednesday, the 31st uit., in the 77th
year of her age. She was buried in the
family grave yard, near her residence,
the day following her death. Mrs.
Strauss was a great sufferer for several
months pirevious to her death. She
leaves only two sons to mourn her
departure, Messrs. M1. L. and E. L.,
who have our deepet sympathy. God
had blessed the deceased. Ile spared
her life with good health up to the ill
ness which e.used her death. She
lived beyond the allotted time of man's
life, which is three score years and ten.
Our old fat her.s and mothoters of Israel
a1re passing away. Vero few are left
behinld. We can but onlY cherish their
mIeiories as we keeop their graves fra
grant with tlowers.
There is a wail of grief and a gloom
of SOrrow connected with deat h1 on all
occa-ions. and may God help us all to
NaV with St. 'aul. "To live is Chriz-t.
but to die is gainl.'
Weli. Kay.when w e N%read the account
Af your pleasant trip to Atlanta. it
imkes old Chips feel all overih: kind
I sorter as if lie would have li'.<ed to
Ven there too- It ju:-t made us shake
mirself and comb our hair with our
ingers. to think what a good time you
wvere having. Yes, our iiilary eves
,ould see you as you were pushing
t hrough this great city, beholding the
irt of man and the works of nature,
ind the thought appearud to our mind
that. if we had been with you about the
time we had reached the top of that
great Equitable 1uilding. eight stories
1higl. and my eyes beh-Aeld what yours
did, thm-Editor of The Iferald and News
would have had to issue no extra to
give tle full letails of on-: trip.
We were proud to hear from all of
our. l'rosperity frienlds: it brings them
back to pleasant memory as in days of
Saccess to our force of corresponld
ents. We have tied on a iltustler and
a l'uek quite recently.
Why can't we hear froi our old ex
corresiondent, "Yube, always happy
anld serene. We always admired his
letters. We hope he is still a reader
of The lerald and News, and that lie
will wake ip and send us a few lines
Vel, Kay, I hope that at some time
your old friend Chips will be enabled
to take a trip with you to Atlanta. WVe
have anticipated a trip to Atlanta for
several years. We have sonie kinfolk
Ii vintg near A lantan and have p"'om'ised
thiemi that at some timen we would take
the adlvantage (of excursion rates and1
visit thema. This is still (ourt purtpose.
We take this method of thanking the
Editor for one of the gr.oup pictuires of
the eorresponideints present iat the d1in
ner on Mlarch the 9th. It will always
be a pleasure for us to look upon this
picture andl recall the memory (of that
day:,. Whi lIe it, is a pleasuire there is
still a featture of sadness05 conniected wit,h
it. While it is possible that we may all
meet again, it is not at all prmobable.
According to app)loitmenlLt the 01(d
soldiers of No. 10 township mect at JTolly
Street oti Saturday and elected their
T1owinship Bloard of P ensioners, wyhichi
is ats follows: G. 1B. Aull, .James A.
lUiser andi( C. 1'. Grlnb. C. l. Griflin
was then elect ed ehairuman of the board.
No. 10 has made(l( a good selectioni in
electing hier pension houtrd. WVe feel
thaut all appllicants for pensions will re
ceive0 full ju5tc..
1 er. C. 1'. 1 loozier held commun iom
service at iach man (Chaplel dii Sunday
last, w ithi preparator-y sei-vices on Sat
urtday evening pirevious.
Sunday was a lovely day and the~
witer i-egrets~ that lhe was unable te
atteiid. We learn that there wasa
large conlgregati(oti in attetendanice and
qite a number celebrat ed the last
('omtmuniion (if our blessed Savilour' wit.l
hiis Apostles otn earth. tr. I loozet
pireachled an edify intg sermioni. 'lThree
membthers wetre add1(ed to the church by
ert.ihiete. I er. 1boozer hats deide(
t.o nQceplt the catll, and will pireitch th<t
r'emaiiing poritioni of the syilodica
year', once a month, atlways the secon(
Sunday of each moth at- II a. mn.
Onte (of Mi. W. M N. I obb's hors~es rat
away wit,h the plow11 ablotIh tee wveekc
ago and the pilow cut its leg so batd t,hal
It is unable to wor-k. 'This Is pIrett'
heavy on Mr. Blobb. HIe had to but3
atnother -miul as there Is no telling
when his horse will be able to1 wot
Your' PreCscr:p1tionl Businoss
You as good and ti Carofu
service as 28 yenis Experienci
can give, and
Pure Drugs at Reoasonab4
ROBERTSON & GILDERL,
Pharmacists on the Corner.
T Trie war in Greco, s on In earnest.
The fighting began on Sunday. We
hope the Grcoks may pievaill, but we
fear the Turks ivill be too much for
T' 3 greatecat line of Oxfords in the
All the latest styles, shapes and
The best custom made Oxford over
seen at $1.00, easily worth $1.35.
This IE an eye-opener to muoney-sav
Ing shoe purchasers.
WVe have also tht colebrated
ir. at splendid lu.e ok .- tyles, from $1.50
t o 82 75.
If you value money come aid secure
%-our shoes from
0. M. JAMIESON,
THE SHOE HOUSE OF NEWBERRY.
The famous writer and autihor
will lecture in Newberry
Is what he will talk about.
Tickets will be on sale at Scholtz's
ALL, PAUPERS EREIlTOFORE
1eeiving a;id from county who
are outside Of Counlty I Home are hereby
notified that I pay will be allowed for
paIipers after Ist of May, 1897, who are
not iniates of the Home.
.iN). M. SCHUIIICRJT.
t. lt. County Supervisor.
WILL SELL AT NEWBERRY
. C. 11., on the first. Monday, the 3d
day of May. 1897, at public sale, live
shares of the capital stock of the
National Hank of Newberry, belonging
to the estate of .lane 1 Scott, dlecased.
3 NO. WV. SCOTT,
t. 41.. ECxecutor'.
Notice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge.
NTOTICE IS H-EREIIY GIVEN
.L that I will mtake a final settle
men?It (on the estate of' Eliza Coleman,
deceased, in the Probate Court for New
herry Counity, 8. C., on Monday, thta
3.1 day of May, 1897, at IIl o'clock a. mi.,
and willl lmmediautely' thereaifter apIply
for letters dlisrmissory as executor of
said estate. All persons holdi11ng clalims
against said estate wvill rende r the samte
duly at testedl, and1( those indebted will
matke payment on or before salid date
to the undersigned.
Pi,EER ROB ERTSON,
M'itrch 30, 18)7. t. 6it
Notice of Final Settlement
INOTICIE IS IlI CHIY GIVEGN
tha I will make a final settle
muent ont thte Estate of P0. N. Calmries,
dleceased. int the P robate (Coutt for
Newberry (County. S. I'., on Monday,
the Stlt (lay of A pri, 1897, at,11 o'clock
a. mn., anrd will immediately thecreaftter
aLpply for letters dismuissor'y as admtin
lstin ztrix of said1 estate. All persons
having claims agrainst the said estate
will rendrer the samne duily attested, anud
those indebted will makelc paIymen~rt OH
or before that (date.
Matrch 2tth, 18(97. t. (it
BOYS' AM CHlILDREN' 8SUITS
A lot of Boys' Sui ts, age 141
to 19, marikedl down to close
ffer' prico $7.5() to $1 f.50,
nowv $.t50 to $0.75.
A lot of Children's Suits,
age 4 to 13 -$3.50 to $6.75,
nw$2.00 to $3.50.
b~.I'eso ar'e great bar'
gaItis for 'spot cash only.
Tharu Namane-y Clothier.
Spring is coming on
Is on hand, ready with the nob
biest and nicest and neatest line
of Clothing and Gents' Furnish
ings ever e:shibited in this market.
No old stock to be run off at and
below cost, but our goods are new
and fresh and are marked close,
and our motto is shert profits and
qluick sales. Our
SHOE AND RAiT LINE
is superb, and can scarce be ex
elled. he latest in everything
and strictly up to date. No
trouble to show you what we have.
Call and examine for your own
satisfaction, and if our goods and
prices don't convince you that we
are the peoplo to sell you
and everytLing in our line, why
then you don't know a good thing
When you see it.
Yours to please,
UJsually rich in values follows
our an nual stock-taking, just
concluded, andl is an event
l ooked forwvard tQ with
by thousands who know from
experience its po:;sibilities to
them, for at no other time can
they garner so dlesirable and
satisfying merchand ise at
80 1LITTLE OUTlAY 01F
Hiundlreds of bargains, styl
ish, useful and1 pretty are here.
Tlap our stock when you will its
Rich in Value to the Purchaser.
Sole propijrietor of
Nice Wedd ig Presenits.
Jeweler and Op)ticiani.
Notice to Overseers,
out,)thtis l to m
hr epe! n k (I ii to (ou 11a
viso,r by May Ist, IMi7- Ala. n'eort
ove'rst'er. JNO0. 3I. (1UM I eg (p
March 30. 1897. hIt ptr Via4r.
hIATT I e The
I have just
line of Matti
quality and get p
I have also several shor
of Matting from 2 to 16
lengths at about half price to clos
Complete stock of Furnitpre
Call in and look over my line.
R. C. WILLIAMS.
t. ly RE Ns
SPECIAL VALUES IN DA.S GOODS.
5 piecoes, black and colored, figured Wool Dress Goods, ic per yd.
pieces, assorted colors, plain Wool Dress Goods, 15c per .
3 pieces mingled Cheviot Dress Goods-popular shades-250o rth 35e,
257 yds. ne1w style Plaid Dress Goods, at 25c per yd.
196 yds. Plaid Dress Goods, at 50c.
183 yds Black Henrietta, at 25c yd., worth 50-ask to see it.
15 Novelty.Suits at the cleverest prices ever offered-style and quality
I's a mistaken idea that you can't buy nice Clothing in a Dry
Ooods Store. Give us an opportunlity of showing you through our
Stock, and the consequence will be satisfactory to us and convincing to
YoU. Perhaps you could save a lIttlo in buying your EASTER SUIT
Harris Lithia Carbonated
IS GUAR IA'N TaT
I'O RELIEVE ANYA S OF INDIGlBSTIONiN ONE MINUTE'
TIME OR MONEY REPINDED,
If takenl after each 1eal Will Cur the worst Case of Iiidelig.
Read what the eminent Dr. Devaga, of Cheator, S. C., has to say of the
I have used Harris Lithia Water with the most excellent results wvhere
[ have been able to get my patrons to drink a sufficient quantity daily.
lhe carbonated has no equal in gastric disturbances. It is an excellent
able water. It is a pleasant laxative and is a sure cure for Flatulent
Dysp)opsia. .S. M. DEVAGA, M. D.
Toi 'aiter is for sale in Newberry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be open at the beginning of the season.
F'or rates and( other information write
Harris Lithia Water Co.,
H ARRIS SPRINGS, 5, 0.
DUJT PRICES FOR NEXT 60 DAYS 1N ALLI
Fine Whiskeys, Wines and Beer
FOR3 F'AMILY USE. ~
. Send in Your Ordet.
Particular Attention Paid to Mail Ordes.
flISTILLERt AND 11IlLEalE 9E8ER.
NO. 2 PEAOHTREE STREF.T,
ROILERS. GET OUR
noplt ('toi s.w, iu,Ol and Fertilizer Mill Qut.flts; also Gin,
Bli , -l icg, Feey urnac 'and Railroad Castings; Railroad,
Be6 t Ca r PEv big I .j$ ors, L il) > Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc.
LOBAR IRON WORKS AND SUPPL.Y CO.,