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E. if. AULT.L, KJT1oj
THE I'ItTMS% EXCURISON.
Our1 friend, Alhe Press and Balner,
has antually found fault with the pro
graiml or excursion as provided by the
ofllers. snee we have been eonneected
with te Association in an oleal ea
I desire V) say for the benetit. of those
who ilay not un11derstand the arrange
luents fully thatl at a mleeting of the
Executive ( t)nlitit.tee it was devided to
toke a trip to Nashville at tihe conelus
lot) or the mneeti-g at Newberry and the
neretary and lPresident were. author
' ed to make tle necswary rr nge
ments. in order to divide t ve work I
undertook the arrangemtents for the
trip while the Secretary was to assist
in selurilg 'transportation to the annu
The result of my laborts has been
printed in detail. I am sorry that the
plans do not ieet the approval of t lie
Press and iBanner, but tien it is hard
ly to be expected that any arrange
Ir.ent.s could be made to Meet with uni
versal pitI1piolat ioln.
I have given a great deal of tiIV to
this iatter atnd It has cost me some
money, but both have been given free
ly and.heartily in order to m1a'e a pleas
ant trip for those who desire to take it.
The takhtg of !he trip is not compulso
ry on any tilber and neither is any
member who to ces it bound to confotm
to the. progratim if he does not desire to
do so, but to make the trip with any
sort of order or comfort or pleasur)
some kind of program and schedule
had to be arranged and tihe one made I
hoped would meet with apl,roval. Plor
instance, those who prefer other enter
01tinment thiatt going to ch1nuch on Sun
(lay ttle not obliged to go to church.
As to publishing all the correspond
ene it would take a weeklV newspaper
foi that purpose alone. I printed t-ne
letter irom N r. H 1 . a 1, o' the Wes
tern and A tiant.iv,which gave tiht cond i
tions 1111411 whIi'ch transpolrtati:1 woul
be issued and lie has my word that I
will eollformli to those condil.iolls, antd I
will do so. If any editor wants to go it
It'o le t.her. is 110 colipllsiol oil him to
go with the party or to secure Iis
transport,ation through tle Seeretary
and 'resilent. But we its oilleiurs of
the Association were authorized to act
for the Association, and so far as I anm
concerned as 'resident I will seeI'
transportatinon only for mIlemblers of the
Assoeiation. oithirwise what wohlitl lie
the good of our- having an Asciation
and acting tillfo it?
And my revollectionl of tle Chiicluo
tril is thait, it. was necet'ssary to haNe
imellberslip il tlie Assoviation for
trasporttion throtigh the Secretary.
Eli meIei' will 'IaVe his own1 tiek
et. and canl remlnain iitil it is olit -usu
ally 310 days. I thought four days would
be about as long as the majority Woldll
care to remalii in Natsiville, but those
who want, to stay longer ean do so.
1 giant that, severval days coul he
51pen1t pleasanltly in ('hattanooga. lbut
away from their business so longY
As to the ['ui. man ear 1 tholught it,
would be more plleasat, to have our'
own ciar for' the enit,ire tr'ip, but, neither
la that coampulsory and up t,o this tinme
I have heardl fronm (lily two miemlbers
aiid if tile others do not responlmd we
will have no ear, for I will not, oirdeir it
ulless I have tihe mloneLy to pay totr It.
1, semted to mie that, $5.00 wtas cheap
foir the use of a car' for six days and
those who (10 not l'ett,urn with the pari'
ty will onily be depived oIf its uise fori
0one day and1( we had1( nO idea there
would be kicking omi that score.
Aft,er the State waslt kinid eniough to
publish it fuu the I tinlerar'y I dlid nlot,
mail aniy more copiles of it, thinking
ever'y memberL'i would( see it.
1'Tose who initenld taking thte tip as
prioposedl shiould let ime hear froni themll
at (once. VTe time is inow near at hand.
Of coure~ 1 (10 tiot conlslier the crlit
liciim of the Press amnd Uannter as at all
personalt and de itot object, to crit,ieim,
but, it, do&s seem a littie str'ange that so
much gppear should be given to this
matter. If the Press5 and1 Banner do
sires to pi'int, the correspoiidenice of the
President, I will gladly furnish hitm the
letters I have received though I did
inot keel) colpies of those I wro0t0. I am
expectintg Mr. Wilson at thte annuual
meeting and I wail theOn show hint all
I beg thte pardon of miy ireader's for
taking u.p thtis imuch spacet~ withi thlis
matter but It is the only method i have
of exp'aining poinits i'aised by Mi'.
E. II. A U I,,,
Chapman's History of Edgefield is
now printed. Thle last, pages went
through 0our presses this mori'n g. TIhe
people of Edgehle'ld and Sahttda shtotuld
show their ap)preciation of the labor's of
Mi'.Chapman by btuying out this edi
Lion at once. It Is a good1 woirk and1( a
book that every man in Edgefield1
should possess5. 0Only a limtited1 num-1)
bei' have been pintedl, and if yout 1101)
to0 seCUre at copy yott had better (o080 at
once. It, will be sold1 by subscr'iptioni
only and at $2.00 a copy. The book
contains 528 p)ages. It will be r'eady
-for delivery in abomt ten days-jusit as
soon1 as we can htave the bindiing done1.
TeNewber'ry Colg claImfo$5,
000 has agalin passed the Senate. We
hope this tIme it wil' get throiugh the
House. It is a iIghiteous chlim and
shouhld go thriough.
RUILROAD) TO N4EWISURIRY
The peop'o of the uow town of Sala
la, the county seat of the new county
of S.l.cda, III carollna, avo going to
wori La make Saluda an iiortait
i)la. '1 hey reali.o that railroad faell
Ittes arC one of the tirst requ1irem- lts,
and have Indt, no time' in getting to
Work to seure a rail-oad.
The projeted rallroail from Aigusttk
14 Newbrt'y passes through the tIwn
of j41uhl liud the peopl0 of Saludal
E.4ugeIllo1 ;pn Nowlberry, are uniiting in
an elTort. to push that. ioad to comple
ion. The liiie has not. oinlv been sur.
veyed. bui ias been giradetl all the way
to Newherry. The right of way and
the gradid 1ino belong to the people
along the line, anld they are ready to
tturn these over to any coin Iany that
will give a guarantee to built the road.
It is an olIportlunity for soio vompany
to acqluire withoiut. cost, what is a very
exiensive portion of every railroad.
ihe company that will untdetuke the
liilding of the Augusta. I-:dguleld and
Nowberr rail o ud will escape all this
expense ad get a graded roadbed fr-ee.
The people or Augusta shiouili mani
rest a lively intere-t in this mattler.
I le road would be at valuable fecder
for Auguolst4t and would bring into easy
necess and close toulch withl our i icom
Imervial int-rests a fertile and valuable
section of South Carolina. The plilie
nietinmy held at Salmda in the interest.
of the enterriso passed resolutilons en
dorsintg i lon. 'atriek Walsh for presi
dent. and lion. (itorge .ll list oil', of
Newberry, for vice president. to move
in the matter of orgaiiziig a company
and procu-ing val'ital for huildng the
road. It. Is it p-.1seworthy enterpis..
and ouit Carolina 'riends are moving in
the right. direction in seeking railway
('(on1nection wvith the rest of the world.
IIere Is success to tle railroad.-Au
We are glad to see 0111' Cotemi)porairy
tak ing hold of the railroad and we hope
it will be able to arouse the pe,ople of
Alugusta to the importaie of speedily
building it. This-oad will he worth
muore to Augusta and Augusta mer
ehants than to any other section
throlgh whiich it goes.
To those of us at Edgefield and Sall
ti and Newberry it will be a great con
venience blt voiiervially speaking it
will put within tasy reach of Augusta
a riih and rtosperous sectionl of couln
try that is Iiatiurally tributary to it.
In addition to this, this road goes
through a s,t'tioni oi Cotat.ry that real
ly needs a il'r0oal. I.ot tis gt togethi
t1r aild 111sh it alonl!' to an varly comi
TtCR1011 TO 11STE:Al,.
The ('harleston News and Collrier
relates that a gentlemon visited Savan
nal sone months agn, where lie rv
VIAVedl at I)weSent., of s0Ime Wines froml a
kin-,man. The wines were packed in
his trunk and the trunk, with all its
contents, including clothing and other
ehattels, Was proIptly appr-opriated
by honest. spies ir C har-lest on. The
hie11est spies de4-k-lare that, it was shillppe
'0 Ve'ry ioitest dispelnsary oficers in
Colutubin. Who, honest, as they are, de
clart in tiuin that it was n' ver reveived.
11t, tlit gentilman whost, MonV
hought t tu Ink and clothes in it has
ivard not one word from it. It, is
gonte, a i forever, ftr we live inl a
State wihere the pli-vilege is given hy
law to vertail men 11to steal with iapium
This sounds a little severe but wheni
you redlve tle situation to Its last
analysis you will be forced to the con
clusioI that it is very nearly, if not,
en tirely, a piropier aiid correct diag nosis
of thie ease. TJatkinhg and( atppriopriat ing
to yoiur owni use that, whIiich does not.
helong to you Is noth inag more tior less
thtan stealing. T1here is certai nly some
tl hing grievously wronig somewhere and
the soonier it us removed the better for
the good miorals and the healthy tde
velopmuent, and healthl of the State.
The reader.: of The lloraltd and News
will remiembher that during Gov. T1ill
maon's adininistrattion the Agricultutral
hail, a builIing belonging to the State,
wits sold. When payment. wats ten
tered sonie of thle Bliie Ridge scrp11 wa
offered. It was refused and piropierly,
but not (only so piossessioni of the build
ig was reftused the piurchaser, amit an
armed gtuard was p)lated( at the (door.
Suilt wias commenicedC2( and the case ran
the gaunlot of all the cour'ts, anid now
the Supreme Court of the Uited States
says the puirchatsor must have the builtd
ing and tho dispensary will hiave to
itovo (jturters and( pay back ront.
The State hats been in lhtigation now
for si x yoars and nearly every time she
comles ouit I. ser. Tihe ('oosaw case wasI
won, but the wining oif it crippledl the
phiosp)hate mining business and greatly
reduced the incomo from thiIs source.
It was really a dearly biought victory.
Now we lose the II[all cause besidles a
lot of improv, meats dione to the builtd
lug to lix It til for our big grog shop.
We should by this time have enou)tghi of
lawvsuits and contintual litigation.
Coogler, the ('olutmbia poet, shioultd
be hapl-y in t.hat lie it furniishing
amunsemienit anid entert.alinment for so
many people. The latest is "T1he J.
Gor'don Cooglor Cluib, Stanz,a I."'
lloiw to Treat. ia Wife.
(F.rom Pacifle IIealth Journal.)
First, get a wvifo; secondi, lbe patien)t.
You may have great trIals and perpllex
itles In your business, but (d0 not, there
fore, carry to your home a cloudy or
c ontr'acted birow. Yotur wife may have
trials, which, thotigh of less magnitude,
mmay be hatrd for her to beari. A kind1(
wordl, a tender look, wil doI(1 wonders in
chasing from her brow all clotuds of
gloom.----To this we would add always
keep a bottle of Chamberli'ls Congh
Hemnedy in t,he houise. It is the best
and( is sture to he nieeded sooner or lat er.
Your wife will thon kno1w thait, you
really care f.-r her' and wish to priot,ect
het' health. For0 sale by W. IX', I'elhiam,
For' sale by Bi. C. Matthews, New
berry, S. C. tf.
* 1. WV. West will openi a IIrst-class
Sestaurant on Wednesaday at the New
Hat hutaq Vhapel ad ppipo 4cqeIn.V UbIps
Health somewhat, improved,
The cold snap last wpb)c stppped the
cotton and corn from coniJg up.
Oh, my! what a clod breaking we
have had since wo i-pW,e ourtulast lettor.
Tihe fartiel4 proi) i at out all done plant
ing their oropm.
Old Ml rs. ('hips is in had humor this
we4. One of her best hens committed
suicide not ong sltice by eating con
Itillch success to the editor with his
new pre.s. lie is better equilped for
telling t' e people what's what now
ti:n ever. I Ioie that no more of our
scratvlhinlg will have to lie in the olico
for about a week or ron days before it
is plblisi,d. Sometimes it's about, a
week old when we write it, and then to
I,t it stand over for another week, we
would about. as' soon it was not pub
lished at till.
We retutirn many thafks to our young
college st udent friend, Mr. Thaddeus
V.p1ting, for always being so kind as to
brinm our mail every week.
0Ie' good women I ave all got new
dresses and1 new hats, now what will
lbe ltie next cry? oh, yes, new shovs.
Yes, we want out to see our old 1lro.
Kay last week, and we found hinm in
t.he very best of humor. Leitel was
there COidtiuting his great big revival
meeting in ils own peculiar wily. We
learn that he knocked the (dispensary
and wliiskey drinking sk,v high, and
I'rosperity still memains an unlicensed
town. So far as the liquor trailic is
c0 ncer')Ned we cong rat-u late you, old
lirothler, in your success. We hope
that' you will work equally as hard now
to root out the blind tigers.
Look here, friend correstiolidents,
what do you all think of having another
retinion at thie editor's residence Some
ti me d u rig the sit mmet.? Those social
gatheriigs mue very pleas-1t, indeed.
It was tile editor's last treat. now I at
going to introduce a wa'ermnelon and
ice creamn festival to be furnished by
the force of cor-respoidents. It, will
only he a vetry small item for us all, so
let u- treat the editor and his family
of 1ourst. Ni. Ilouseal of the Lutheran
\'i:itor is il ided. Thlis is only a
suggest ion. Now I desire to hear from
eat-h1 corre';pondent. Tell Chips what
you think of the suggestion.
pr'esetMativ' l John F. Banks spent
last Sunday witti us. The captain is
always full of talk. and it is always
talk that is full of interest. Comne
tgain, captain, we are always glad to
have your company.
L.ook her", .osh, you come down and
go fishing with old Chips some time,
we will go down on Cannon's creek and
Chips will keep oif the skeeters
while yolt eateh tie minlows.
F"ry meat and hake bread has been
tle song itn tle kitchen so long that
out' old tmaws have about, dried up.
Ih:It the beans are blooming and the'
I risl poltittoes iare aboit, t lie size of a
guinca egg, atid other vegetables are
roming on as fast as time will let thiem.
Tie blackberries atre almost in sight.
Now, Josh, when we get all these
thitngs together you come downvi and I
will send for Kay and we will shut the
(door and stop upi the cracks. Oh, hush!
While we wer'e itn towtn wo dr'oppe)d
into t.he shieri if's oice and got, a dink
of art esiani water and took some recre
ation for a short while. Wte noticed
hat Shieri if Bufor'd had made cotnsider
able impilrovemnents in hiis ofice by the
purachase of a new dlesk. The desk is
well atrraniged and adds much conve
niencee to the ollice.
WIe hope whtenever' the Township
1 ''tsionm Hoard gets t,hroutgh examining
all the appJl icants they will publish the
ntamtes of all whio will ireceive pens)ions5,
and1( to what, class they belong.
If ily some folks cou.ld be canididates
all the titme; they are such good fellows
whten they want omieo.
T1he first thing Chips intenids to d1o
when Ite becomes governor of this
State Is, he's going to give all of his
kitn folks an ollice. Now, Kay, I will
tell you and Josh in time, you neednu't
applly for anything unt,il I give all my
kin folks a job. There is just plenty
of plet0ll who are jus5t as good as their
sense wvill allow them to bc.
Some of our boys got river struck
last, Tuesday. They went tdown to old
Broad river and broughtt in a flue 'lot,
of cats. Sam says old "Uuhster"' is
always so proutd wvhen ho starts him
towatrd the river that, lie, will shake his
head and twist hiis tail and greet, him
with a smile.
I must pull off my hat in prlaise to
Nita. Shue has shown the nobility of
a well trained womnatn. She comes out
mand ad v'ocates a bet.ter (d iscip1)line amotn
our dtaughiters. She tells us that, the
happiness of every home depenids upon01
t,he wotman t,here, atnd caused by her
careful spir tit, piower' of endtur'anco atnd
self control. We catn say ametn to this1
yes, Nita, you couldn't have struick a
het.temr subject than t.his. There Is no
dooubt but, that a great deal of the
tr'outbles andl hardships of to-day are
caused by the neglect of p)arents in the
training of their daughters as wvell as
their sons. Maty girls nowadays are
rai.Aed up to lie waited on, atnd an idea
cherished by s0omo p)arents that labor,
though not exactly degrading, is not
altogether the nicest, thing for their
dauightotrs to p)erfor'm. Now, good pa
r'ents, such truaining as this Is veiny do
fectivo. Oft,en our daughters become
wives and( mothers and many house
1h01(1 sutfferu from our neglect. Paret
are tutdet' ju)stdls many and as binding
obligat,ions to r'aise their ehildreni to be
utsofttl. ccooniIcal andl indlustr'ions at
they are to setnd them to school. Hlome
anid school-houso education should gc
together. Evetry mother shotuld see to
it that her dlaughters are not only fit.
to know how to dress and be ent,rtaia
ipg, b%-t to know. how to be useful to
thembl Ves, to their - mothers and to
society. You can just look into overy
avocation of life, and then into the
dwellings of our peoplo both in and out
of towns and cities, and see how many
of the present. evils, the failures of life
and folings of unrest aro traceable to
such imperfect training. "Train up a
child li the way it should go and whet
it, gets'old it will not depart. from it"
applies not, only to moral or spiritual
training, but also to secular training.
Last Monday was memori.al day at.
Newberry. WO got in town late in the
afternoon, just in timo to suo the deco
ration of tMe monument. Newberry
County has erected a monument which
contains the names of al, her.dear old
veterans who suiffered, bled and died,
mon who leit theitOwives and dear little
ch ildren to 1igh t for what they conceived
to be the rights of their country. The
bodies o: many of this numbei,are now
mingled w(th the earth of distant, lands,
and now we can but meet and cherish
these sweet memories. Quite a s -dniess
struck our heart, as we stood near tie
rock that contained the name of ou1r
dear old father. The 1on1u11lent, was
beartifully decorated with flower.- and
evergreens. Some sweet songs of a
doleful naturo were sung, ai quite iln
appropriate prayer, wits ofTered by Rev.
E. P1. MeClintock.
We have had someic light. showers, but
not enough to bring up1) the crops to a
good stand. Farm work for the pist
week has been almost to a stand still.
We neeed one of those general soakers
to start the ball to r lling agail.
We would say to our friends If there
is any news of Interest that happens at
any time Ilease let us know it: it's a
hard matter fort' Chips to catch every
thing that happens. When we miss
ally point of Iews it is d1on1e u1ninten
UInally. Very respectfully,
M ay 12, 1897. Clii1's.
For every quarter Ili in a man's pocket
there atro a dozel uses; and to lse each
o1e in such a way as to derive tIhe
greatest belnefit is a quest Ion every o1e
must solve for himslf. We believe,
however, that no better use could be
ma11de of one of these quarters than to
ey'Ahange it for a bottle of Chamb11er
lailn's Colei, Cholera and Diarrhoca
Remedy. a medicine that, every famiily
should le provided with. For safe by
W. E. PelAham, Drugit.t
Not itrige Atone.
A druT store lintitlles mnoro thimgs thant
(1ti1P H itteis fl r to he collifolt of ti, Co1t
titu1taty. Couldii't b-, conm foral it.ile witli t4ev
oIl or thirtd gra(le tiings. Wo -mmihti i 4s
at I I lowcai ,1 'S -. CUlt mita f r piIcq s.
~AN 0 ROINAN CE
Boe it ordained by the Mayor and(
Aldermen of thle Towni of Newberry,
SouthI Carol ino, in (Council a sse mbled
and by t,he authority of the same.
Section 1. That from and after the
pumbliention of this Ordinance it, shall
be unlawful for aniy p)erson or piersons
to susplenId signs, sign-boards, vecrandas,
p)iazzasl. or awnings, aicross the side
walks on Pratt street, from Thompson)50i
street to Vincent street,; on B3oyce
street, and on Coldw~ellI street., from
Friendi s,rect to Harrington street;
where suchb signs, sign-boards, verani
das, pia5zzas Or aLwnings re's& oni sup
por1ts on1 the side-walks or roadway of
such streets. Provided, That this
Ordinance (lees not app)ly to piortablle
awniin gs suppor0lted by ir'on 0or metal
posts, (not excedinig two inches in dl
amiotor)nor to awnings not, resting on
sulppor'ts on saidi side-walks or streets.
See. 2. That all persons having signs,
sign-boards, v'eran1das, piazzas or awn
ings, prohibited by the foregoing sec
tion shall remove the saime onl or be
fore the 20t,h day of May, 189)7.
Sec. 3. That any p)ersoni violatinig the
provisions of this Ordinance shall be
liable to a fine of not more than twenty
five dollars or' implrisonmuent for not,
mnore tihan thirty (lays.
Done anid ratilled under01 the corphor'ate
[L.s.] seal of the said T'own tih1st, (lay
of May, 1897.
1H. H. EVANS,
C. A. BOWVMAN, Mayor,
U. & T. T. C. N.
If you havo any shopping to (10 when
you niext como to Nowberry, in making
upl y'ourl list mtark at the head of you'
memoranda, got them fr'om
Jon.s & Gopeland,
for thomre are very few things you maiy
need in Dry Goods, White Goods, Ta
ble Linen, Cassimuere's, C.ottonades, Do
tmestlcs, TIowels, Laces, Emubiroderies,
Rtibbonls, Notions, Hlat,s, Shoes, Pants,
Shirts, D)rawors, Collar's anid Cnif's,
T.Lies anid scar'fs, Umixbrclhs, Hand(1koi
chiefs, Ladies', Children's and Men's
Hosiery but what we have them for
YOU at closo on to whoesale priices.
'l'hoere is no house that has advantages
equal to our1S inl getting the best things
for you at the prices we sell them. \Ve
are sure you will want to fix up for' the
Press Association. Now Trabie Cloths
and Towvels will be needed; new Hats,
Shoes and Pants, newv RIIner (oats
and Vests, new Shirts. All these cani
be found at, our1 stor'e that will suit, tihe
occasioni. Our' business for' the past
thirty days has been the host, we ever
had in the spring. CAUJS1. Goods
ighit, prices ri giht. Colli andl see us
JNebory &. C.,jy Bl4a189 .
Causes fully halt the sickness In the world. I
retains the digested fodd too long in the bowels
and produces biliousness, torpid liver, Lndi
H oo .0d's
gostion, baO tastM, coated
tonguO, sick h6ataolt, in
soninla, oto. Hood's Vills p S
Cure constipation and all Its
results, easily and thoroughly. 2c. Alldruggists.
Prepared by 0. 1. Hood & Co., l.owel, Mass
The only Pills to tako with hood's Sarsaparilla.
BUTTERICK PATTERN 1338.
Ask for the Junb
OF THE UNI,
(I per eenI. plandard) I
and all other
Liabilities . . .
Surplus, 4 per cont.
Thie Society has paid $2,3,9,5,3)1
now holds $216,773,9-17 of Assets
making a total of -170, 730,2S.Th
than 38 yemirs from its organizaitioni,
other compainy has paid and accumu
o' its history. Th~le Equit alo writes
want--Tontino, Annual DistrIibutlion,
Tiorm,i any other formis of potlicies.
Call and1( seo ma~ boforo assuring yo
T1he Eqjnitahlo is absoluitoly safe, a
Iild it to their' inlt(rest to examhinio it
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SU
Fho Loaders of
We sell the W hite IIiekory \
berry. Gunfno, Cotton Seed Meal atI
D)on't forget our' brands of Fl<
Waterloo, Old II ickocry. The1 beCst:
aOuntly. We have just received a e
Tfake your wvatch keCy and k
af white IPer'; no0w m'ultiply1
y'ou caln got an ideOa oIf how
~arry ing in1to youri watch ever'
itnd take a sharpened stick
1'hore the lids touch the case'
w aite paper' andl you may arr'e
t,o the malfchinelry through thc
lifting spring COIes thIrouigh.
Now tulrn your plocket 1insido1 OUt andl
youI may 8ee where some11 of this~ dust coi
is always wearing away, thec steel and bi
with this sandI between the plvots ani
revolve aigh teen thoulsanld tlimes eve
both at the sameq time, and1( you canl see0
watch cleaned ouIt every year at least.
41wth Eden leme,
Wo are A'lad to see the nice rain,
gotton will nut on a better appearance
M es. Er1-in-Collold and daughter Miss
Mary, spent one night not. long since at
Mri. \V. T. Collold'".
1%1 i-s I'ugenia 10pps is on a v'sit to her
unclo Nir. D. R.pps i) Union ( ounty.
Mr. George Bligh and hIs little
grandson, (Gussoi) have returned from
a visit to .alapa.
A. th6 closo of Gurtiatr y school the
pu1il1s were given a 111o treat, they
presentted Itov. \V. W. NIcNlorrietes
with two hlandsomllo presents.
We Beth lden folks attended sorv
ices at Garmany last Sabbath and wero
delighted with the scrmon. NMr. Me
Mol-ries is certainly a muagilllcout
preacher. Fromn start to linish ho al
ways hold f 'our attention.
Miss He tio Clamp is spending a
w1hle in town.
mr. D. P. Davis, a promin6tit livery,
man and nerphant Of Gosion,Va., iq'
this to say on the subject of rheuma
tism: "I takt- pleaiuro In -recomimi3nd
ing i Chanhe-lati's Pain lluhu*t for- vhent
nmatism. as I knoy from personal LXpO
rience kihat it will do all that Is claliled
for it. A year ago this spring my
brother was laid up.in bed with Inflam,
atory. rheuniatism .and siffered Intense
ly. The first application of Chamber
lain's Pain Balmu esed the pain and
the use of one bottle completely cured
him. Poreae by W. 10. Pelham, Drug
ST1AT 6- 01C H60U L'i I-AR(aIN.A,
COUN'TY OP NIC\'VB1'RiY-IN
PROi11 ATE COU RIT.
Ily W.W. H odges, Esq., Probate Judge.
WIereas, John M. Kinard hath
made suit to tuo to grant him Letters
of Administration with the will an
nexed of the estate and el'ects of Mrs.
L. C. Boozer, deceased:
'1lhese tro Iereforo to cite and ad
monish all and Oigular the kindred
aid creditors of the aid Mrs. L. C,
Boozer, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before tme, in the Court of Probate,
to be hoold at Newlerry Court House,
on the 28th day of May next, after pUh.
lication hereof, ti 11 o'clock it the fore.
noon, to show oause, if any they have,
why the sald Administration should
not be granted. '
Wiven under my hand this the 13th
(ny of My. Aimo Dotini 1897.
W. W. i0)OF.S, .1. r. N. C.
Notice of Final Settlement
N OTICE. IS IIlREl3 GIVE4N
that I will make a lhi sot'le
mllent on the estate of lliza M. Boyce,
deceasetd, in the Probate Colurt for
Newherry Count-y, S. C., on Thursday,
the 20th day of May, 1897, and will im
mledliately thereafter apply for letters
disimissory as Administilst'lor of said
estate. All persons having claims
sigainst the said estate will renoder the
SaImle, dl(1y IttLest-ed, anild those itdebted
will make payment oil or before that
A pril 20, V397. Adlininistratlo.
STtATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OFNEW BERRYiN
By W. W. Hodges, Eq,Probate Judgte.
W1 T II AS. A J. Gibson, I. C C.
V P., hthi matde suit to mae to grat
him eteLrs of Admini1strtatiion of thet
Est ate and( e lYeet.'s oif Mrs. Anitn WV.
Al llen, dcease d:
These are. thiereforte, to cite and ad(
monishi nil and( singu 'ar thle kindred
and1( creditors of the said Mirs. Ann WV.
Alieni, deceased, that they be and ap
pear heforo me, In the C,'urt of Pro
bate, t. lbe held at Newherry Court,
[House, eni th'e first dlay oft Juno next,
after publicaio in hereof, at 11 o'clock
in the foretnoona, to show cause, if any3
they have, why the said Admilnist,ra
tiont should not be grantedl.
Given under my hand I his the 22nd
day of April, Antno Domini 1897.
W. WV. HIODGES,
f t3t. J. P'. N. O
The Fair and Square Dealer
Offers for This Week
Twice as Much Goods
For the Same Money
AS ANY OTHER STORE
UP OR D)OWN TOWN.
1 7,000 yds Dress Cobriet,te Cloth worth
25c p)or yd. at onily 8ic per yd.
500 yds. Valencino .Lace worth 15e
1)er yd. at only 4c por1 yd.
3 1,200 lbs. Green Rio Cotfeo worth
t200 por lb. at onily lie per lb.
45 lbs. Funll Crcami Cheese worth
15c por' lb. at only 10c per lb.
9i 18897 lloxos Parlor Matches wor'th
10e. per dox.at, 0only Se petr (1z, Boxes.
The above FIVE genuino
'Bargains aro offeredo to you
for' CASH and for ONE
WEEK ONLY--NOT ONE'
Theli Fair and Square Doalor'.
Miss Maria ParIloa
is admIit tedl to be a leadinig A meri
eatn authority on cc.okinag; she
a goodl stock for the foundation of
soups, enauces and many Oilher
things, and the beat, stock is
Extract of Beef."
100 oif Miss Pales's recipes
st,i gratis by Dauchty & Co.,
]N ACC1-T)ANC8 WITff A 0
der cf thb JIdge of Probate, IVa8X
pcto, o f' c Et ate FR of q.P lirie' 4,
eeaed, will 0 1I fI. 4.ash Ut publio Suc
t1onl at N,wl,ory, S. (., ou saturday.
lith, zvy, 1897, two notes on the %jeta e
o1 Jo,(ph) Ur11owl), eOConSe(, OR followfA
One dated 8th Augusti., 1888. and due bt"
) iont,is for $2,883; Wnd One dated
8th\ intt, 8 t8 3 6 Iah 3( months for
o) h payablo to 1a3id S. P. Baird.
l. A. CAULISTE,
Apri -w S. P. Uaed, deo'd.,
A Velvet Bolero Jacket
1:i t lrlpctured. miT0uMne de Role
.ti jet. ]01 i.ming providing the coi
' oil. TiS 110 one or t he natLe0t do.
,. e popuMlar jackets and it
'"i(ui' ',1 t (it a, coSt of from
$2(0 to $10. 0, of ui
is allowed for tho n3utLet-1
our Immans Stock
itclldes volvets, mlollres and fine cloths
aIppiopriaito for sich ja kets, as well as
it.compl6to lIne of -dress latel-lals of
silken, - woollen iad cotton. texture.
ilk'and jet) pa4someUtOtVIe, sot ruoh
iligs, laces and hnney braids are amipg
the dtinty hings to be found og .ur
T 1 LDELINETOR
:r 1, 1B97.
. . $216,773,947
. . . 173,496,768
ice. . $915102,070>
(4 its polie.holders, and iml addition,
(of which $43,277,170 is Stirplus),.
is record covIrIlg a period of lesH.
is over $212,793,00)0 more thn any
I.ted within the c'orresp)onding p)eriod
ainy form of policy the assured muay
Enidowmnent, GJuaranteed Cash Value,.
ur l ives elsewhore.
:ad pterson)s wishintg insurance wvould
a phlns beforo takittg out a policy
[JR KIBLER, Agent.
IMMER. . .W. SUMMER.
Harness, Dry Goods,
Vangon, one of the best sold in New
mur: Obelisk, F'avor'ito, Blue Bird,
I?lour sold for the -money in the
ar' load of Lime. WVill sell cheai '
riock the 01nd (dOWn on a pi1eCC
~he amount of dust b)y 365 and
muchl dust this little spoon is
y year. Now Open the lids
and( run arlounld the flanges
andl( kniock it over a p)iece of
st some of the (dust on its~ way
hole at thei joint wvhere the
give It a thiump1 over white paper and
nos from. 'lho friction of the gearing
rass, and it. Is also getting Into the' ol
1jewels or one of the wheols that
ry hour cutting thes pivot andi jewel
It is a muatte'r of eonomly to have t he
[)ust Is small particles of sand.