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. Hi. AULL Ej 'ron.
DISPENSARY KNOCKED OUT,
JUDGE SIIONTON IENDEiS 1 iii M
The Law Practieally Rendered of w,o Eff -el.
Any Peroon May Import and He 11 Liquor
in Original Packages.
Charleston, S. C., May 31.-Charles
H-. Slionton, of the United States cir
cult court, rendered a decision to d .y
which practically knocks out the dis
pensary law, inaugurated by the Till
man admin stratlon.
The judge's decision was filed this
morning in the case of the Van.lore. oC
Company agtaist t.he State of South
CIrollna, restraining tihe State (reom
preventing the sale of liquors brought
into the State.
This delcsion if sustidnod ol appeal,
it is claimed, will have the effecet of
rendering nugatory the whole dispen
Under the decision of Judge Simon
ton, any.person may import and sell It
quor in original packages. The decis
ion Is based on the interstate com
merce law, the court holding that the
right of importation coilpreheonds the
right of sale.
Judge Simonton's decision is, in sub
stance, as follows:
Any State may, in the exerelse of
the police power, declitro I hit the Ilmn
ufacture, sale, harter and exchange or
the use aq a beverage, of alcoholje I.
qiors are public e% ils, amil avinlg thus
declared, can forbid such manufacture,
sale, barter and exchange or use within
lBut, wheni a state rceognizes and up
proves the maanufueture, sale, halrter
and exchIanmge and the use its a bever
age of alcoholle liquors aItid the state
I self eeourages tihe intinufact.tre, en
gages in the sale of and provides for
the consumption of aleoIolIC liqutiors is
a belv rage, and so precludes the idea
that such imatu I Ifactr 1o, saile, 1h1arter,
exchanige or use, are 11jurious to l.he
puiblie welfarve, it is niet. 't lawfkul ext.r
vise of t,hit police power to folbld the
mportat,ion of sivih liqIors or tih-ir
sMile in original patekages for persamlil
use ammd couimiiptionm. Huch prohibi
tion under such (i irmmst .n mes is ilm
eonilet, i ithe law11o s Of il.-stat. imt
Time disl1pensatry ntt of iSt.6, as amIend
ed w the It, of 1897, itilasmuehi as they
api rove the purchase ind iniaiafat.trie
of i..oholiv liquror (v he4 sitte aind
provide for tihe sale of suclh alvobloli
ll(tiors us beverage, Il in aoif the li
lianees of the state Inl so fur as they
forbid tie importation of aleholic ii
quors In original pacaIs fol' such lse
in this state, are in coniliet. with the
laws of Iiterstate aId fom'eigil V0omn
imome, and, thierefore. to that e-xt.-llm.
South CarolInA Irma at N4wlmrry.
[Hon. P'atrick Watlsh inm Augusta
TJ.he Sot.hl Carolinai Staite P ress As
sociationi held Its t,wenty-third mannmual
meeting at Newberry, S. C., last week.
The sessiomn continued for three dlays 1mn
Newber'ry, whore every courtesy and1(
hospitality wore extended by the citi
zens amnd enijoyedl by t.he memberslCi' of t,he
association. Tho' South Carolina State
Press Associattion emnbr'aces ini its ate
tive membershiy both the daily and
weekly neunspapers of the Staito. Tihe
mnember's take a pride in their organi
z.ation, and time resutlt is they have one
of the bost associations inm the United
States. The personnel of the associa
tiona is exeellenit.
I~Mr. E. HI. Aull, editor' of the New
berry Heraldl amda News; Is the ellient
amid popular piresident, of the Soth
Carolina State Pmress Association mand
as a comphlimhent to the pr'esidemnt, amnd
the p)ress, the pieop)le of Newberry wemre
haivish in. t,heir hospitmlity. Tme banm
qutet, at the Newber'ry hotel, presided
over by lHon. 0. I . Schiampert, would
have done credit to the most cuiltumred
conmmunty. H-on. Ge'orge S. Mower~
wits prmi neoly in hiis hiosp)tial Ity to the
fourth estate. The plei of Newherry
know how to entertaimn. They are fully
abreast of time times.
Newbermry is a. enter'prisinug amnd
prmosiper'ous cit,y of 1,000 of the best peO
1)1e in South C armol inai. A momng other'
Interests, Newvberry hais four' newspa-.
per's, a lairge c2otton fatctomry. a cot tomi
seed oil mii, the Newhemrr college,
gradled schools, elcihurchs, banks, hotels
amnd sucecessftul iuemrebaits. Elect,ric
lights and waiter womrks aire being comn
struceted. Newbemmry has the Souiternu
anda thme Columbia, Newvberry and L aum
rens railoadshi, but. lime goodi people ori
the coiminunmity are amixiously lookimig
for a direct mailrmoatd 1to Aulgusta. They
are willing to do thieir full sharie. Tme
r'oadl is gradhed nearly all time way fmrom
Newbemrry to Augusta, anmd if ther~e Is a
un13ion of the bumsiness setimemnt. of each
.'ununtyt 1mm faivor of commphetinig time
enterprise, time raIlroad wil hibe butilt.
if thle maerchamt.s of Auigusta wanit time
Augusta and Newbermy raihruoad tIme
progressive citizens of Newberrmy will
meet, t,hem half way. We hope the Au
guista anal Newberiry raiilroadt will com
mnand the sumpport of the merchtants aind
capitalists of Augusta.
DOWaTO of Olntmmemts for Catarrh thamt
as mercury will surely destroy the senseC of
smell and completely derange tIme u hao e sys
temn when enteringil itirough I time n imneous
surface". Suchm article a shmoi.d nov ' r bm uisd
except on prescrIptions from r'eputable phiy
stIdans, as the damage they will do ia ton
fold to the gc.od you oqan pomsibly derIve froim
them. Ha't'a Cat arih Cure mna:umfaumred by
F. J1. Cheney & I o., Toledo, Ii., cont ains no
wemoury', and is taken iuterrnaliy acting~ dt
reetly upon the bleod and mucous surfIaces
of the system, In buying IIaih's attarrhm Cure
b' sure you ,et thme gen uine, it Is tak en inl.
ternally. ad oado In Toiledo. Ohio by F. J.
Chei& Co. Testinm onia's free*
S~'o(d by druggIsts, price 750. per bottle.
hise Lant.of a inst omai.
Such a shock of ho-ror has nover1 bo
foro passed over our community as on
Sunday, the 23d instant, about. noon,
when the news so suddenly came thatt
Mrs. Lizzie aIInteri had been throwin
fromt a bugg.$ and doath was expected
at any moment,.
Mrs. [1inter Started froi home with
Rev. J. A. Sligh's son, RAufus, to bo
with Rev. Sligh oin the imilrriiag.e oceu
Ston of his dughter, M iss Li lie. '.i hey
wore driving a mule. After thoy lad
com to what is known as the Sam Bug
hill, near Mr. Watts's, CnoVing that
the ml Was of a 1un-awaY d isposition,
Mrs. Ilu't.1,r asked tho boy to stop,
that she could get out iad wa ulk down
the hill. 'ho boy called to the mulo
to stop, in order to let Mr's. .1unter
got out, but just at that Iuoment tbe
mutile started of inl full speed. Mrs.
1unter caught, hold of the lives to as
sist in bringing the 111111 under con e ol,
thus drawing it to the left. It, ral
across a sa11111 bridge over a side (1itch
f t.he road at the ton of the hill, anld In
ero-sing the bridge the wheels or tbe
buggy 11i18sed the bridge Itt onle place,
which upset It Itild threw Nirs. 111untc.
about ten or hifteen feet against the
side of the ditch. Hufus, the boy, wus
tso thrown about the smile distance,
but lie was very lucky, only receiving
Mrs. Illuter was carriod to a little
hou1so 11ear by, and Drs. Wertz and
I'tngfor-d Werc at once 8mm111ionled.
They soo arrived, biut, found tihlat, sie
was inl a ipolpss-condition. Rev.
sligh sent. down! to Uutlo Mlimitinl for
tle s'e"tioln IMIastC to stild 11) his li:ud
carp. lie very kindly br'ought, it, ai
Airs. hilulter wit laid uponl I, iti,a l vtav
vied down ti the residence of MIr.
Sligh'S, al there reC'ived all tI in kid
attention that hatuds could 110tow. hut
all in vain. She lived in a stite of
ag-ly unt.il Tmday Iornilg about. :
o'clock, When the Loi-d called lie' to
IrS. E'illz th R. lun1tr Wats born
. uly 7, 1l3I, andl died may 2'. 1897,
itled (it) years,1 1110 10thS a d 1-4 days.
Shi le v.s fou' duiigteis: mrs. W. it.
Wet-hers, of Woodl-1tif. Spranhin'g
Comity: Mirs. Willit SloaI, of IAttle
Mlountain; MIs. Wl'iltrd lairtin, of
1,ongsre-'S: NJ rs. .1. K . ,'yps, 01 l11t
man Cluapel. She haid 20 grandebiiren
aiti4 2 great-grandebilen. All the
clildr'en, except NIhis. Nlartin, were
prkst . 11, to See t.he laI. of ulitei devit
i' mnt.lii. onl vailit. ier body wais
liti to rest, in St. 'aul's ve yp 'I .
tev. .. 1). i wles tondute the I' fliunerll
1AVI-V es-. lit' wa aissist,ud by HCV. IL.
Il'. ('()t I s. I v itve. Ilow - pr-eIachud
(Ititv it-onllfhing sermIiol from Itv
tion 1-1:13, "Alld I ear 't voivo from
ieavon SLying ofnto Ie, Write, ilessed
aIre t,he wWhicb t ll lit Lord,
rom0 111 1 n cfor0 , ye,it 1 , S.ih t,he,- Spilit,
Illt thuy mty rest. fromi lr e ab ithollrs:
amild their, works do fl,llowti Iivhi. "
,Not.wvi0tstandiin.rthe short, notitq!or
her' d1iathi, it atlge -on ega'r,(t ,ion
tended t,be burvil procession, Which
bor- eVdlenhe o (f t'h ilelighll isiteeml in
Which Me1 wais heki bal. l who kI11W
a grs. lunter i as miorSe tn' ti ord
naryndwi'an. lc~ie t tife wsicad
woe. I think lkid se lneighben to
have atil 13 it,m t. knowhe ebaricneser,11
ieputath,nthedtealsofil, fn.mShy was a
woman thcat,d a s adeu lht iin doeng
godfeet.l'i'tiIt hri whn youi ay o
lfon ah bemilne a inde word andhi
inc rendeig iserv1icl tea clhe si<'k, and
atwhe t.ink ofw1 imi she was bee tocii
me1 (If my aily,*1 bohe i sicknesand
i t.h,'ti th i'h ile tewlfo hoy eyes
The''decasd w1'has are ovhritin,lper
kothtlifesebcam elIalmember isof lyfthle
'he istnerslial Lt.eanei oeurche n
at te wtinl'i of tthsewaso mem-h
2er 1of17 in hteman Chae' ofnlic l
Lthen church.ti Whle, wef how 0 in
storow an td our I heart , are tver burden
d' it r ief, ge. AshoutIld teie eoe
kold sthat hIr eparaton the only frinis
aekhurch mil itat, to i ih- rumovlii'(ei
Tis is Isomehn uitei remarkal.
Thren iters h v on pI'iaud (ver the
rer 1gs within it eed f I iws mt
L ad lfom-g po days nTh t-s wa Mrs.. )
Cavrol iei' Ghiitow, ofI( 11'elt i ls,
27, 1897', lie wohl t' terof hr' Agnt.
~oThe Ales.tK't'b'ikciat A voe of fMtOiivet
syet,ion, deittd Aye. 1897 olhind .h 8ind
yea ofheti.An t hh i.e*111loenii if ablessd
iboh sIfster mstin hin tho so5the ins'.
ig oow hto thelie v.iu.d. A.1( lih,ias
well as11 teats da iie. A udt 81 otes.
VI Rte ias thoe nly lve 1unt 11f1the
?4ev. SolighI's anbeee as her,ais heart,in
viway no ungii~ upotnt whn. Lizzill be
'ovei mwrithn erdinawr occasion
111ha,stkes,wol talc at( temptains,
ilih, hl il e woyh ave o haee.t
o ten ertbrk and0 weping fami--.
lyadrlaie.W .cnnn themV
Mavy 1, ther, wh swlln n
orow'i, hel ourkns and hivateT
I.wWysour ears.t And wtil' sa t thf
Nir. it'iek Willia'. of Factory Ville,
whil coming to Newberry on the
train a few days ago sWung out from
the platform of thocoachl and got is
hecad bumped pretty sevurely against a
post or somet,hing standing near the
track us h0 trailn was pasIHsi1g.
Several of the college boys woit fish
Ing last Saturiday. Well, what did
they cutelh? W by they caught them1
sel%ves walcing back witlot any fish.
A certain yougn mnllm eld on a
young," lady l stiundaty evening, buit he0
wasn't there long before ie got hold of
the YOIIlg lady' s halt. Sihe Isked h1im
for It, but Ie held Oil to it saying that
1he wanilted 01omothinlltg to play With),
Whereulponl the young lady Ilandcd him
at siall lookling glauss and asked him If
he thought he woIuId't finld more,
atus011kelmt int lookIng alt thlt article.
The poor fellow's face e_.hIbItnd every
color of the rainlbow.
Those who failed to hearl' tihe lddrs08
of the Holl. 'atrick WiilSh ILL the
Operat housme last Wednesday night
missed at gr-aid trieat. le t6ok for his
subjeet, "The Indlstril]. South,"I and
left. not iL stolle llntllined in) showing Lu)
the natill111 Idvalltages of our section.
We hope to see tihe speeh reported inI
full. It would be i great and helpful
IOssoi fo' eve'y 1ewsIaI)er rea-d01r to
mtdy 1as vell ats read, and Iii cut it
out nIId lay it away for future refer
Well, here coleics Chips with iL prop
osit ion for ia wittleollo ald ice crteail
fest i val. Oh itint, it good! Y es, but iay
friend, wv woul like to o1fer. all
atin)endmlent. ,m 01hat proposition. Don't,
you ieelievo thait viaterImelons eat bet
ter ll the country than ill tovn? If, ats
you sily, it, is mour tnillc to treit, the Ed
iLm-p don'( you think it would be better
to make1o Ihiu vomm. to ouri (.orn1 insteald
of -.In11- it to him? We hiall to come
t.o his corn, now lets Imake him colme to
oirs y havilng this mcketilg Soillewhere
in the cointry, say it. yutr Ihouse for
istanlie. WoitI1. tile -iditor, enjoy
it betler? ()f coul- he wouil. The
fresht eountry aIitanti at pivasant eight,
or tell Ilile drive wohll]( do him good.
l41sides Illis yoi (ill lix up it contriv
11m-O Which (he chihh-enl enll it "See
saw" anud by putting the |-:11it-4r onl one
end anld at h()St. of hlis.4rresponldenit.s onl
I Ile (h41. w 1 in n o III I enou4h gen
ilin. fouet. ry exercis-le to) last, 11111i
whomle yvar. Ilk-sides all this wve Canl
runil fo(II, IaIes downl the road and go
ouit. t.he-re oili h t hig oldi Saald harl 1e01t
ymlur hollst' andi wreostl14 aind box andi
.ii11p 1les -1, -5 Ipd sIx feet froMu Wt
gI'onld and have i jolly old time by
lviin" it tegl1am. revival (if tile Olymll
pit. ...amevs whiich wereA mnce So poi 11tar
ill Itilht (i 'eee, where tile victolr
wI1tOWIelld by his latdy or' his swet
icuar-L wit It i wreath f Ilowers, or- pos
sibly wvit.hl Some ol-hur mlore eost.ly cim
blem of ittcess. Now we oildii't have
all thiis run it, i.wcatise wo woulid
no, have i mugh I. howW room. N ow %,
abhove alil, Chips, doli'L forget to put uip
thIat "see saw.
Chipssays that when he gets to be
g1orno1 h10e is lnt, going I give niy
bodyi a1 soft. job unt,il his8 kin folkIs havle
hIegn sat.islieCi and1( he takhes splecial care"
Lt) l'remind( KayL and( Josh1 (of LIhIS inten
tionI. Now L,is soems1 lrathert hard and
to 81ay the leaist, untgrateful w~hen we
remember1101 thait Ki,y andIt J1osh did so
n11uch1 towarLds hlelping Cips1 get thlose
1%iarl'o,) lInt, look! Th)roulgh the darlk
expanlse (If the futur me llthiks 1 se0 ai
gl immerin'1 g Ilihtand 1 ay o'IV(f hope. See
here1 Kay13 do you cli ze. th at your1 cond 1
Lion is h)ople(ssy i f you don't believe
iL you1 just 1ask Mi's. Kay. As for' the
unlder'signeod it, is possible1 forI him11 to
persuade1(1 (on1 (If thle hi ttle M lises CJhips)
to espouse)8 (1)- ('au11-- -and( no0t,hn only0113
we wold onily Iinsist, on Goverorn'(~ Cip
givinlg all htis kin folks a softjob before
accomm)Iodatinlg anyl one) (e1se.
I66-ncOh wh'i te' Froech Organdie atL
:34-inch1 wh)ite. Frenclh Orlgalndie at
i0e and1( l2Je.
I 'intk, light tllue and Wh1iteo Taltan
3-1inch IFrench Orlgand ic In P jilk,
ligth t I luie, (Creanm, Nile and CaLnar'y at,
I tije, with ( ambrlti0 andu 1l'realino lin
inIg to. muatch, sulitab1le for' theo Bal, atL
Jones0 & ( 'opoland. t.& f.t,f
[N'i'HT1I lICATi,C NO. 240 ["OR EIG HI
U teent (18) shares of the capii ta(l
stock (of Newherry' Cottonl Niills stand1(
he0 made(1 for' r'ewaLl Of same after th ir
S\PT OF SOUTH'I C'A R?OLIN A
C'OUNTY'X O[ NEW~VIHERRY-IN
Bly WV. WV. Hodges, Esq., Pr'obate Judge.
WlT1eilCAS, A. J1. (Gibson, C. C. C
PV ,' ha1th1 mII'd uit to11 me11 to gran,
bh l ttI ettrs o. (f Adiitrat1('lion) (If thle
1:11Istat and( h-ieets (ef Alleon Sot.I
Tuesr ti o, 1hrefore, to1( (1t andIo ado
nie, to e 0lIht at. N "whoerry Court.
1lo1s', ''n tIle h~ 1daly ofl j,ely nlext,
flr~' p'uhdientio h (1 ereof', at1 I1 oi'clock
nt the foren1(o)'-i, 1o(h c au Clse, if anv
htey hta ve, whly thoe said Adminis111tl..
leiiIin(1 shou nt ia granamted.
laly oft .liy, A nuo1( D -mitni 1897.
WV. W. iiODO(ES,
'I'iTATI Ole SOUT1'il CiARIOlINA
COM iON PL NA S COUIt.'
Jenry'~ (. Summe~r, Plaintiff, vs. Wi. A.
ieallaiw an' Admll iitra4tor', &c., of
I'lizabeth JFllaw%%, dleeased, and in
hIs OWn) right ot al, Deofrndats.
A LL1 PER~SONS liAVINO LAIMS
LI aga nst, thte estate of Elzabethl
'allaw, deOcased, areo required to pro
ent themll dully attested to the Master
ni or bofor'e thle 3d day of Je,Q 1897.
By (loder Of the-courIt.
WV. I). HIAR'Y', Master N. C.
15 May,1. t t 3t
nd henthl making
cre inAtided ill the
1I.CA-:i of HIR1 S
Rloot,ccr. The prepa
raf iioll of thi, great tem
r-r:en drinkis tl event
'o rt ance11 1i il a Imiillionl
w,-ll regulated home11s.
I " HIRES
- is ful of good health.
ilg, satisfyiig. Put
som iupl to-day atd
have it ready to put
down whenlever you're
1Made only 1 The
Charles U. Hires Co.,
Philadelphia, A pack
age makes 5 gallons.
As it is Important for
Any Oqe to Eat, So
Equally Importait are
To every one desirous
of saving money,
i i ( THIlS \v-1i () N .Y.
G yds. Stintlard 'rints for only 2.
8 yds. Newherry e'oti for only 2
8 (dW. Figured Lawn hw only 254
8 yds 1-,mbroidury for only 2.
. yds. Val. oLe rw onl 25
I pair ( hild's Slippers for oily 25c.
I Vine St raw Hat filr man orh oy 2i,.
SGl . New(Irleans Syt-iup only 25..
S 'an1w 1'2:* Sy ru p I I)'vai -i 4s " m -5 ,
20 lbs. Hicimond Nial " 25.
I lb. Toa worth 50v 25v.
211)b. A rhucklv's ''ofTfeii " :,'W.
10 boxs rlo'alor .\hlics ". 5.
8 bars Sua P (good as o(t ago '5c.
TERMS. ----Cash o Dcliacry.
lhe Ilair IId Stqulare l)eler.
T 'HE COUNTY 1AN) (>F E01I
1i'atiol - IV(11uilOd by L i w,
passed at, the last setiot of tht 1,eirs
latuire, to appoint tiuti-es for two
years from .11uly I st., 18!l7.
I wouild be pleased if t,he pa-ton4 of
the schools of the Iespoti.c distriets
wouild m1Lt aILt the selhool holses in
their dist'ic' fill Sa 111rt y. .11unte i9 h,
ind by sthI Imlethi0d as nmlay be accep't
able to tLb011 su%gges; h names of ier
sons wIlo shall r-eceive the c on1sideira
tion of 1 he COunAy 1a011rd for a))OinIt,
niit, to (aid aositioi.
I also( giv.e no0tice that, 'he midsum
merO examntionl i u o f applicants for
teachers cert,ilhentes will be held ini the
court, house at Newherry on June 25th
(Friday), applicants to ?urnlish station
( !~urnlij . W. IlGG HxIi NiUS
Delinquent Tax Sale.
COUNTiY ni. N uwhtunY.
to V 01U " O AN IHXICUIJVON
ICsq, Teasrerof Newh)erry (County, I
will sell on Alondlay, the 6th day of
Junei), 1897, (saleday) atI Nc wthecrry (Court,
H ouise. t.he following property, v.izi:
Half interest of II. i. Samnuels'e(staIte
in thIat. traet of land1 in No.4. Tonn. ship.
contiing ne hundriiitled and1( sixty-foul
aereC', mior'e or 1ess, and1( hounded10( by3
lands of W.. Ii. Whiitirot-,,J. I. IHipp
et al. kniow..n as5 he0 Gleorge l)Oisoni
Lot, ini 'P.Tw of \Vhitiimire, assessed
H-. \V. I 'isser, b)o)uded hvy lot, of D)r.
T1'EMs OF SAL.E --Cash. l'uirchas.er
to pahy for paper's.
Shleri ff's (O)llce, SherlhIf N. (.
May3, 1-897 t.. :9.
AGENT FOR THE
sU[TS TO ORDER ON3
I der war
Now is the time to buy your
Our stock in this lino is the
best we' have ever shown.
Our stock is complete inl all
gr1ae(s Jrom the cheapest to
the best imported ,fabries.
Cali and examine our stock.
OurY 1ic(4 are theoweSt and
Ods first class..
R espectfu I ly,
0. m. Jamieson,
T hie Newherry Furnisher.
Spring is coming on
Is oil 111onhad, I'eidyA with the nob
biest an1d nicest and neatest ,line
of Clothing al Gonts' Fuirnish
ilgs over' eIOxhibited in this mlarket.
No Old stock to he run off at and
below cost, but ouir goods are new
aid fresh and Ire marked close,
and our motto is short profits and
<1iick sales. Our
81I0 ANI) -lI'~ LIlNE
is supjerb), and can scarce be ex
celled. 'The latest in everything
and strictly up to (late. No
troub)le to shiow~ you wvhat we have.
(Jail and examine for your own
satisfaction, and if our goods and
prices don't convince you that we
are the p)eople to sell you
andl everything in our' line, why
then you dlon't know a good thing
whien yo.i see it.
Yours to please,
Tegr'eatest line of Oxfords in the
Tihet best. cinatomi maide Oxford over
een at $1.00, easily worth $1.35.
T~is h: an eiiye. opener to mnoney sav'
aug shuoe purchasers.
,We have also thie ceIlbrated1
asplendti inhe of d.yles, fromt $1.50
Ifyou valno money come ai,d s-ecure.
our s'huoes fr'om
0. M. JAMIESON,
'HE SHOE HIOUSE OF NEWBERRT.
LV R y g&Ej K' U
and see if you need -any of the
PalrSbt Suits, Wardrobes
Parlor Suits, *hmees Dining Tables'
Sideboards, China/ Closets, Dnn als
S oaCetrd Chn -Rockers, Chairs, Boolk
Sofas, Centre Tlab''" steads, Baby Car
Cases, Writing Desks, e s, Babffonre
riages, Cradles, Lounges, Co ch
Bureaus, Wash Stands, Hat Rac s, nks,
Gurtain Poles, Window Shades, Lace Gur ns,
Tin Toilet Sets, China Toilet Sets, Carpets,
tings, Rugs, Linoleums, Pictures, Picture
Frames, or any other articles usually kept in a
call and see me and examine my stock. Will
appreciate your call whether you purchase or
R. C. ILLIAMS.
t. ly Main Street, New borry, S. C.
A Velvet Bolero Jacket
is h1viv piettured, m1oulsselinie de sole
'kildi j"'I IlliiIiI III 1 V4 o iing tile C0111
'I'll is. is~ ole of t'114. dIL tC t(e.
lap b1wso popi lillr jackets and it
.h may e i oI t : 1 a vost, ofr ftol
i $l0owed for t. o 1 4t.e(i0
Our Immenso Stock
inllchtes v6.e ts, lll()in ires 111d fle (Ilot'11
approprit.e for sich jacket.", as welil Ias
a c(0iljoeti! fine or (iress nitterial s of
silkeit, woolivi and colloti text IurII.
Silk '11)(d jot p:a-somllit-l-io, Soft, r'ollvhl
illos '. Inves i fnan * l aids are 11oig
ilI'll dainly "l'sI lo ht~. f o id oil ot'(111( 11 il.
trtiU lg colllllcr.
B3UTTER1CH PATTERN 1338. A(-N'I*S FOR
Ask for the Juno T1m 1m. :INEATOR
FASHION SHEET. 1.:'"3.
Harris Lithia Carb nated
TO RELIEIfE ANY CJASE OFIN9hlETION IN ONE MINh'l
IME 01R MONEY IIEFIJN)EI,
Read what the eminent Dr. Devaga, of Chester, S. C., huas to say of tlh(
I have used Harris Lithia Water wvith the( most e'xcellout results nh1oro
I have been able to got my patrons to drink ai sulhceint quantits daily.
Th'Ie carbonated has no equal in gastric disturblanesi. it is an oicollent
table water. It is a pleasant laxative anid is a suro cure for Flatuilont
Dyspepsia. .8. M. D)EVA(IA, M. 1).
This wvator is for sale in Nowborry at itobertson & (:1ilder.is S. B.
Jones' and WV. E. Polhamn's.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be0 uon at thho in~in1Ig of t ho season.
For rates and othter in formation wri te
Harris Lithia Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. C,
OUT PRICES FOR NEXT 60 DAYS iN ALL
Fine Whiskeys, Wines and Bae
FORl FA MILY USE.
Send in Your Order.
Particular Attention Paid to Mail Order .
ISTILLERt ANO WHIOLES11LE 9EAILER.
NO. 2PEACHTREE STREET,
Complete Cotton, Saw, Orist, Oil and Fertilie iiotf;alo(i,
~ress, Cane Mill and Shingle outflts. ie ilotis loGn
ildi n B daed Fatry F8rnaceand Railroad castngs; Rajiht ad,.
Belting, Paeking, Injectors, Pips Fittig,Sa,Fle,Olr,.
8ifCA8T EOVERY DAY; WORK 150 HAND 5SW,Fls ios .
LOMBARD IRON WORKS AND SUPPLY CO.
*Above PnaMenge.Dpo. nUU' eA OA