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E. H. AU.LL, Aurom.
PI'IEsIDENT WO'itOWV Pl.A 1N IAV
SP'EAKS 111 AIIsaNDi
lit Spoke Ilk tile ChapAIet Vlher, S11uden1t
Were Outlhere-timly Itentarkm.
(State, .1une 3d.)
On the 241th of May, jn'st, a week ago,
Dr11. Woodrow, the ieIi-sideint o tlie
Soumi. caroluna olege, lt (olumia
to deliver thle baccalatureate stermlol to
tihe Women's Norinal and ludustri
College of M issi-sippi, at Columbus,
As he had given lJoemlIlissiol to Colo
n1e Jones to hold t,he ispeetionl of tihe
loval military on the east end of t he
college at,hletc field on that, afternoon,
aid had given ilIstructions to the cII
lege mar1ha81114l to see thit. they di not
tlereby rouglien the ball grounds vin
the m est. f f the fieid, he thollg lit while
oil his way to the depot. that, the troops
wvere probably then on tile grouids or
oil the waky to tkem.
Lie arrived lotoe 'I'llesdlay nighIit . liid
ats h entered the chapel yesterday
ulornilnug the tudllents greeted himi, a
they always do after in at tee, wit h
After tihe roll vall and Ili regular
morning. worsip, voll :t-ted by the
chapl:tin, was over, he mIade a brielf
address to the stidaits It the Lrouble
through whih Ihty h al reqeItly
The doto"s he1'rt Wai tin- Ia1lly.%
stirried. lis st(I,rg tonIltionIs ilIII
deep foliing lfoun lit litteraInvo in)
V01d and tonti chlacteristiv of his
earniest., manttly mlit uro. The lipplailso
Of stidenits aund 1)p(fSsoIS Uinpanltll -
Ing andi following his adiess. Illid the
heairt. lhadIlta'1s1p from11 hi;s ctlleagu,
Itt.test,ed hlowvdt.lou.i ough I li Ii d they
wore all of one-, hear1. and mnind. Thm
comment, Iadle bv ia pfIo*t.sSor that 1 1he
Ih- 11es.41 vulogy .htcould hv patid was
that the address wats wortly of tlie ov
elision ittid of t.he ini, folud h atvl--y
M doubl, exist ed as to how t he doe
tor. thoulg lit aud felt, bit, I( was a griati
lie0tion t.hat Ie let the vi ibrationt4 (If
hiis thoughts adi( seiit.ittelts solid ot
i car, loft.-Y SIeecII.
Only a faiit, outline cani he given of
the address. The followiIg partiall
reproduces Some Of Ills itteranevs.
Just after the cliplai's prayr, Which
had contiilned loving and fervent. peti
t.ioins for the irecovery Of the st.udent,s'
wounded comrade, MeColl. lyintg in the
hospital with a brokeni skull, l)1. Wood
row begain, inl tonies of cominiiltgled ten
derness, sympatbly and loito, with ItlI
"Young gent.leiei, I lktnow you will
be glad W,th Ine when I tell you t.hat.
jist, before coling into Iihv chapelI I I-e
eeivedt a telephone tessire from the
hospital saying Ihiat your fellow-stu
det, MCColl, is pI'og'essinig aIs I'avor
ably as could be expoCted, andil that his
condition is hopeful."
Then foPllowed a short, pliuise IttIl a
deep hush. Then, in elle't., the (loltor
"I dil not hear, until yesterday,
whenl 1 was in Alaonat, a word about
ihe toulies through which yo'i have
beeln passing, and then only eioigh to
fiIll me with deep lixict.' an siusps.
Not until I reacledt .14parnntlimg- di I
1larn t.he facts hiat, revi'e:lel lt Mne,
with some clearn'liiss, wlit 3ou have
suffered and endur-ed.
"I have leariied more fully since
reachIng home--- I have not. leIaneI all.
I have hild no oi vsation wit.h m
eolleaguies. I kcnow ntot what t.hiey have
Ii,bat. a Igrat, andti (tutraIgeou)s wrotng
has beeni done to the an t.hiori ties andc
studteiits oif thle Sutth CarolIina C'ot
"'VT imore I iund erst.aiid t,he fact.",
the mnore astounded atnd indtignanut, do I
"'These eol lege hutilings aniii grinls
are as sntored ftonm outside iti iusion
andl inivas Iion ats iare the prii ses (If It
thiis I nstitution w i th all t hat aLkes it
wvhat It is fr one11 slei and( texclusive'
purpo'itse-t.hel edunent-ion of her1 siiis andil
daughters. T1hte use antd contt rid hr aLll
its piropherty are reg ulated byv law. '.The
tell to oflers appiloinited byv law tot ilse
and coiit,rol Its pIroperty fori thte sole
p urtpoise for wilhih it, wasi foiundled antd
is matttintained. No one enni lawfully
use any13 of the colle lge groundcs or
buildings withouitt thit conset, of thei
'Iithori ty chargedl wit.h theiir cnre andl
"We ar'e glad Io permIiit. antd invite
the pr'esencoe or our fel low-iiti zeus to
iiin gs We welcome w ithi pleaiSm-e
our I p.eophle its guest.s andi ~ visitIots u lheu
they dlepor1t. t.hiemiselvesIh proerhy anii do li
nolt interfere wvithi t.h,e wor-k aniil dlit.ies
of facult,y oit studlents. IBut,i tI'hI oge
authorities cian eject., or haive ejected
liy foroe, If needs lht, any wvhI) cause
dt5isiodr ori trespaiss up ion the righits (if
ourlt st,udent.S or prof)essorts.
- "iam atmazed to hieair the elaim:
'Th is Is State piropeirt,y, and( enn lie uised
biy outsiders at their dIiscr'et.jiin, regardI
less of t he wishes andh rights of st.udlents
anid college olicers.' 'lThe l!limt is false
when aplled t.) (iuri groundcs lit buLildl
in gs as It wlouIld be If appilit'd to) t.he
Gioverntor's mnansion, the hospital for
the Insane, or teen to) the Stato t.reas
itry. * *
I can scarcely fulld wordls to express
moy IndIgnation that oneo high In a -
t.horlty should just.ify t,be ttragteous
wrong done you tand t.he professors,
wit,hin the pr'eeilnets its saetredy y3 3oturs'
ats studentS, ats t.he homtes tf your
"'Before leaving homie I gave piermnis
sIon to Colonel Jloues, ini respoinse to
nis8 requnest, to hold the ispiectiotn ont
May 20th on the colle'ge athiletileld,
expres?ly stIpulating that the troop s
should keep on the east end1 of the 1(1
so as not to roughen 30our bahl gtound.
This recstriction was exI'ressedl In the
nolitest, termns 1 could( empiloy03. I did
not think per'eimptor'y anid cutrt ordemrs
c~essa,iy, for In my int,er'course wit,h
a'ies Y have always foiud them to ho
eintlemnen. But~ instead of using then
Maiart of the gr'ounds specified, l)n the~
4Vday named, the par'ade Occuirred two
Adays afterward- without niotice beuing
phrevlousPly gIven to the college aut.hoi
* mmWheni the tr'oops arr-Ivedl you were
playing a game of hall with your11 gutests,
the city team, under the permnission of
theXpresident p)ro tem. Tnedto -
count the efforts made by your' balt
team officors, the pr'esident prio tenm
IProfessor Sloani, atnd the college mar
sihah t.o protect you In your' tights to)
yonur own ground aind lawful sport..
"My blood boils within tme as I t.hink
of the iundignity wIth whIch you werei'
t,reated. Otur hiospitality wasl abutsed.
Armned troops tnd polico wore moved
against you to- sweep you from your
own field. In theb' efforts to protect,
y'our rights "nd' perlsonls, your acting
Ir0e1h11nt WIts inlte t-Id. one of your pro
fetlFor-s Was bruall.' struVIc anI woIId
od inl the heaicf, 0I Iml of yoIr nitIinbr had
his skill 0r1'ked. ((,od( grant ourl
priayurs for his complete recovery.)
Several of ye tilr comrai'lde's weo severe
ly strui4ck. Yotlr lives Were 041tian1
gered by t,h L ire of a deoitdly wetPo,
ilies and gleainlgi bifyon;ets men.
aced you, t railpi liltg louses t,ih-eutened
"All 'h1is oveasiolled wheln you were
where you had a right to be ild were
doinlg what Youl haId it right, to (10. It
was CaIsed by Ier'sons high int at0thori
ty coming oil you lgroinlds, whete they
111 rightu. ItnIl iuiilawftilly in-I'vterfer
ing wi It yoIr lawful exel-cise.
"A besence oIf 11id'nua.lion at, the bru't
tality to whil 'you were stIbjected
would io 'tmaltly and unworthy of
"I have spoken with the feeling that
you itre eutitled to my expiessioii of
rear an tunpathiy, and to assilre
you t yor rights aId iWt.01rest.s atite
detr to 11my lialt. Illa tt my heart and
those of mv collegtulles are one in the
puirpose to do our, duty inl yourl c areanld
lie right.s of t,eit South Carolilna
College u111ISt Itld S111111 bk3 maiti
The applalse t.hat, followed lie doe
ltiir's mntily spet-elh attested the satls
ftqt,ioI (if tlit sj.l nII ts i J dIII p1ofe(SSOr.
The factis liits hliAd sevtal Ilt : et.
ings Sinlc. 'day's troul. Thle mtt
ter lits beeln eefully considered. Ile
fore Dr). WAod(1ow's reti'-n it emlurst of
awtionl hald beenl practivally devidcd
u1ponl. Al. it tilect-ing yesivirdaymo -
Iitg t .i - uinal fort of action was agre.-d
The Ieilt will be tiinnoucied in dilt
It. Iliy be adhldil I-hat ieit iier facult.y
1141r st-Id, 1118er heard l ospeak IIIIuilly
f thl, vank and file ofr the Im wmnilitary
('(11mpallis, inlw e'ven of tllh Iml lee.
I rev Ie:ali.e Ihat thiefliy wer vivt,iim1s of
Ti.i.LLMA N ASIC SiEN.T UTO ACT.
Cai riest lien 4 tat lie 'cir,lnta It irln Dipenm Iry
itt ter lie'ore That lioey.
Washingt4n, .1mutt 2. -.-Seinat.or Till
1111, of oiiLh Carl-olillit, sotn after I' the
Senatle assemblltd . Itsked conlsider.10iln
rmw a resolui.ion re'iting the cirietn
-iier f .e vintetmnt fr u,he southi
('aLinla dispelsary law, its e ffeet iln
I-eduini-r inI intp0IIrLne, the reeIt d
isioli ofit edera judge overt.hrIow in g
lte lIaw ItIid Iqttii'ing t.h1e State to ",re
ol ell O.lc bar-r'ooins." The resoitioll
dirvects t.he jtudieiary vommtiittev to Coll
si1'r 1 itii r'e'ota0't, Vhitt ItlgiSihLtioi is
lic'0VsSarty t' 'e'tiore tc) Sout.h (Carolina
its rigtil tto Irgu latte tLhe ik ilol n its
Mr. ''ilhlan spioke briefiy Inl suippolt
4of tht' resoliuionl, sayiig the public iit
preSil that, i t dispelnsiry ltw was it
monemy-malikIng. (levice- Wats er-ronloS1,
andl( thait, it had accomplishked mluchl
"00d inl I-eglatingll thej liqujol, ti,ral1e.
There wits objvctionl to the pretiblt,
atnd iti1aY Nil. Iloui, of NIssvulisetts,
chir -inan of te judiciar'y commII1it,tee,
pr'op tosetd it i isstiItto omit.tig all Lihe
prveaimbllot Ind simply d11IOVi t. iegih
juldicirry eminliit,tet! to consider. t.he. re
po)(Ill, bly bill or, ol.erwiSe, wha11t, Leg-,r8
lat,ion, if aly, is ltet'(3ssary to earry out,
t.e st Ithit of 189t0 rehi,ing to colimllCO
hot.wilon 1.h1o St.at141,
atiti it wV.'5s gr'ecd toi.
NO) F,NTA St'222(0N.
(ior. lle'rbo $uye Ito lciac ito ieterantinget.
[tc' i1 cil Niicews ai ('eurhier.t]cl t t.
ian tralZ 5tsesshm of Cte( G'teneral A\ssem-I
1b1y. i haivt' not vet. diecidedt ats to
diistcharigedt orc not.. 'Th'ey ha&ve betenu ini
st-ii'etI to t'onZsi alil se'/i'es5. Ill itd(ay
cir two I will lbe itble tcsleazk tuore'c del'i
Ntlveri SI rte't lihlts.
T'e lin iolnIme ti Salud chui (11rc'h.
'i'hec subl je't.Is v-ere' c discussiied pre'tty
fr'ee'iy. 'Tet'e wazs tnot. its latige it dele
git.itin its wits xctXedI . 'ilhe IPeopile.'of
Chaiippe'lls ec'rtaily3 knowi hiow' to tertti
tain. MI r. h. S. ionma'ntii totoklc crg
of i1Pck, andi I tell y(1ou hetas a lieutti-.
faitly 3. We wer'ce stru'cki( wit.h Lihtt
pat, (If farmlting otryiti3. Theicy have
line t'toips, espieciailly thec cotton eriop.
We t.hinktl that, the mlilit,int tr'eated
te boy3s oif the South ( alolinai (College
shamtiefutlly3, and foir the arre'cst thei'e
thet pci c oIlli'rs n'e-to mauke a dI ispilay3,
they' hitd betL ~tiake' it, In t.he strieets.
No (one approve(~'ts oif sttch otlicitl ccon
PTe htarv~est hits coeOl(, the gri'nil is
1light, anud the r'eaper's wonl't he long
out cit t,he gt'owintg crlopi.
We lea'ii'i Ltat (one of the3 Si I'lve
St.reet, now Ol TVowtt, boy3s is to be
Mliss l'Cmmla lUser's schtool closed
last. week. We regret for 11er to1 leave
Our boss wais tbo host lookiing ediitori
ini the huncl(h at the atssociat,i(on.
Charlie hand toi have six piittures
tatken ini ord'er toi give each one111 of his
Nit. WV. W. Spearmanlht hats 20) acres of
f1n.0 wVheat. Whyi3 don't every3 farmer
i'aiso htis owti flour?
We are' sorriy toi learn thiit Mr.
David Pitts is sutfet'ing with sever'o
pains in his face.
it, is suriinilg to see how soon1 after'
people come after tthir H-er'a'd and
Long brtidlge over Litt.leo, rigr' ili
soon1 ho comtpleted t,o thte bienteit. cf the
traveling putblic. 111!(!.
J. W.UReedet. c is the place to buy
your oos-f. 3m.
AN ASYLUM FIRE
Dt1.'ADPUL TR.AGE)Y AT COLUAHIA
Uname by at Attace 4ite Firmanoso by Col
orei Attentiants A Considerablo Loss.
(Speelal to the Daily News.J
Coihnhia, S. C., Stne 2.- lor a Lime
today it luoked as though this city
would be tie seenle of one of the most
h1orr-1ible tragedies ever witnessed.
A few minutes after 1 o'clock fire was
dheovered in the laundry of the State
ilsane usylum, where nearly 1-,000
pat.ients are( conifinled.
TVhe loval applianlcos were untable to
cope with the llames and the general
alarm was rung.
The lilames had gained nliel Iid
way befoIC the arrival of the engines,
however, and the laundry, eletiric and
hlvating pl-snts Were al1. lost,.
The main building was saved only by
MIeanilwihile the attendants had a
horrible exporieucie vont-rolM!ng the
SeVIa-Il hu1HNA edweV WIkiIg in the
gr1ound11ts whenl the fire vomeniiclleed and,
panlic strieken, they would live broken
away but fot the hievoic iforts of tile
At, one tie it was feared that a
lynichitng wvold result, from an attack
of t.%wo negrou ittendan1,1ts8 Onl Fire Chief
'lhyhad been.I plaved ats smninilels to
keep t.he1v crowd oit, of the Iltundty anld
refust-41 to adimlit the firemlienl. one of
t.Iei strikting t.Ihe htiie-f wit.h a It ket
wheni he Iried to force his wity Inl.
The4' skipl-irint,eiderlt, anid polien hadtl
k.) s1,mg-le tliil aylwy to Have t.elii
from t.hv crod.Thy wvere put. in, thie
ount.y Jail foi safe keeping. A lire
mant[) tid a policuman Werle overcoimle
y heat and both may die.
11111CEILY T0 HEl 1'1WIFON 11101.121).
4.knutor Tillivakn Htemolutioll to Inquire
into the0 Sugaer Scimidal.
News and Courier.
Vasihington, .liune I.-The Senate
oiiinit,tee to audit and control the con
t,ingen1t, CXIClen of tilt) Senate, to
wVliich W1as r'eferred the Tillman reso- I
lution providing for an investigation of
t.he clitiges tIItt Seliators iave been
speculating in sigal stocks, held a
mlleeting to-day, and decided to take
timle to look into t.he chairges to it Col
taitin ext.Clot. before reporting the r0esolu
tion back. The fact that Senator
Smith, the only member of Lite .Senate
mentioned by name as having engaged
isinuh speculation, made a denial in
the Senate of the charge was noted in
tile comilittee iteeting, and this fact,
coupled with Senator AldiIch's gener
ILI denial in lbeh1talf of the finance (oml1
Imlittei, was tIIken ilto consideration in
connietionl With thle resolution, and
t,hel, was some talk ill the colilitte
of ani indt-linite postponement as the
wisest, vourf-se. Tie committee, thiee
fore, conehiuled fo postpone making any
eCeoinilleitidat,ionl for the present.
Ni l'aul', itemis.
Grcalin cut.t,ing will commnence Lthis
week. \Ve would be gladl if you would
sendo one of youir "'devils'' to bind for'
We weire forco d to do the milking
t,he past, week on account of our' cook
bein1 g siek antd 0our elduest daughiter'
haivintg 1(o t.tendt t) ti.e eilinairy tie
pati't.iment.. One neer get.s tot) otld to
learn'i. N etes'sit.y is t,b im totliher of ini
vet ion -yes Li.he father of the ami
Ni Is. Iluniter dlid fromi t.he accident
of wh.ltichi we r'epor'tedt last week, and
Tuetisdaty. The funeral services wverei
condiueced by 1Rev. .1. D). lHowles.
"'1 14ssed( are thet dead whot die In ti.e
I.or'd."' its. Iluinter' li1ved ihe life of a
Chr ist.iani. She undoubtedly (lied in the
I .ord. We symlpatize/. with the be
r'eavedl ones ini tis t,hieir sad ahh etion.
I"i'iends, put youri trust in God.
WVe hadt I ai nit't shower of rini last
ighit. t, wasii gi'eatly niteededt. The
weather is wuarmi andt p)leasanit; every
thing w ill biegini to gr'ow---general green
1 am a miillionaltre -not ini dlollars,
but,1 1 hiave millions, yea, b)illionst of
crab grass stalks.
WVe inotice two o.f our' business)-likce
r'ondt overseers (Capt. W. T.1. IIatton
aind S. .1. Williamson) have taken ad
vantIage of the gootd season~ andi putl
p)ortLions of thelir r'oadt in goodi cnition 0.
These gentlemen have been road bosses
before. We thank you for' the good
wor'k doiie, uandt prisei the genltlemeln
for' maiki ng suchl good applointmbents.
WVe had eherry andit cui''ran ies for
Our' niew magistrate, Mr. P.1B. El lesor,
says he was quite busy a wile back, at
aL healp of little nothiugs. Thie last Lhing
briouight to his notice vais the stealing
oif a bee stand. Weo seenm to have
swieet thieves. WValt, you had better q
mloveO yourl be gunis near'er' tile hlouse.
Messr's. 12. I, IEpting and WV. I. B3o1
test have eachi purchiased a farmn boll,
Lhey propose to have music in tile air.
Th'le bell is quiite soorous about mid
:lay these long days. We listent to) tilt ]
tong, tong with miuch inter'est, Weo
have always liked to hlear the dininer
iorni, and our old1 miule does too; lie
voulhd holleCr before we could. Now
~his bell supp)hlemientary is a great eon
'enienice to t,he w~omenCl folks. Thley
ion't have to pucker upi theu irlouthls
ind stralin to sendi out the dinnl3arit nws.
Theii o)ldislang woird andi letters '"All
3. K. menians all right.. In your oity
3. K. means ,0. Kliettner'. lie 15 all
Much in Little
Is especially true of Hodd's 11118, for no medi.
ono ever contained so gieat curative power in
so small space. They are a wholo inedliolue
chest, always ready, al
ways efMolent, always sat
isfactory; prevent a cold s
or fever, cure all liver 11l4,
slck headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. 25c.
The only PIlls to take with Ilood's Sarsaparilla,
iMITY LODE NO. 8', A. F. ,
A R E U LA 1tCOM MUN ICATION
of A mity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M
Nill be held next Monlday eveinlg at
S00 o'clock, inl Masonic Hlall. Visitingj
rethren cordially welcomed.
ii. o. 10oo, v. m.
J. H. M. K[NAnD, Secretary.
'HE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
I' H14' INSTl 'TPi, FOl WlITE'
''eaclers of Newherry County will
>m held at Newberry from .June 21st to
A ftll corps of inst-rue,srs vill ho
'I'le attention of teachters Is alled to
,he following statite, enacted at, the
ast, mneeting of the General Assembly,
"See. 18. A certi licate sh1al 1 not be re
ewed by t lo ard issuing it; pro
'Ided, that If a Teachers' In"stit-ut- Is
(eld In the counit,y, at lir.t grade certi
eate shia not he renew-1med un1less the
l(Ildler attenlds the I ist.itute; nid, Jpo
ided ftuther, that, if till) holder of Ii
econld grada certilicinte attends the I n
titute a second grade certilicate m1ay
We hope to see a full attendance. as
here will he amtrict, adherenlce to t.he
hove law. V'. W. II IGCINS,
up't Mductlon in Newberry County.
FOR1 TIRB DHAYS ONLYs
We expect to cominloneo taking
tock on Tuesiay next, tho 8th in
tant, and in order to clear outi a lot
f goods before that (lato we will soll
on Friday, Junie 4Ith, Saturday, ,juno
th and Monday June 7th, every
hing in our store at 15 per cent loss
hun they aro now, or will be offered
iftor the store closes on tho 7th.
)ur prices are always the lowest, and
n this case you will find thon un
)rVcedented. This includes Mon's
1ats, Pants, Shoes, Dry Goods,
gotions, White Goods, Linons, Emu1
)roidorios, Lace, Shirts, Collars aind
Dus, Susponders, Umbrellas, Cor
lots, Ladies Oxford Ties, &c.
During this sale we will close jut
Boys' Clothing at first cost.
Suits that were 75c., now 50c.
Suits that wore $1.00 nlow 7 5c.
Suits that. were $1.25 nlow $1.00
Suits that wore $1.50 now $ 1.1 i
Suits that wore $2.00 now $1.50
We havO given throo days sO as
to reach all our friends in town, at
the cotton mill and in the country.
Dome and see us.
Jones & Copeland,
Neowborry, S. 0., June 3l, 1897.
WE NEED MONEY
And1 inl or'der to get it weO will
Slaughter Prices on Shoes.
A lot, of 1Hanisrter's i Iand-mnade S-hoes
nt Calf and C7ordov an, worath $5.00U to
$6.00, no 3.9
A lot or Lilly Brackett,'s lPatent
e4ather, Tfans anzd Ox 11lood Shoes,
vorth $5. 501 now $3.58.
Ziegler hiros. Oxfords in Common
-lense and1 Opera TPip In Black, also
P'ans andi Ox Blood, wort,h $2. 25, naow
Ladles' Oxfords, $1.50 to $1.75, now
Soc ouro line of 48e., 75e. and 98c. Ox
ords8. They are great, bargains.
A job lot of Oxfords at, (I8e., worth
1.15 to $1.40.
Outr stock of Misses' and (i ldren's
)xfords and Sandals to ho closed out
egardless of cost.
Como early and securie a rteat bar
rain. This is
"A Spot Cash Sales"
0. M. JAMIE8ON,
Nico Weodding .Presents.
00mo and oxamine themn.
Jeweleor and Optician.
To close out
Straw Hats we
On Entire Line.
$2.25 Hats now
$1.38; $1.65 Hats
now $1.10; 85c.
Hats now 55c.;
60c. Hats now
Come a0. onee and makt)e your. selce
0. M. Jamieson,
T,he laider of low prices.
As it is Important for
Mu One to Eat, So
Equally Important are
To every one desirous
of saving money.
'111 I AtN. MONEY I' AV1.'. .
FOR An TIS WV.'EVK ONLY.
6 yds. StalStidard I ''ints for onlIY 25'i-.
8 yds. Newerry e'ot.h for only 25e.
8 . (is. Iig1red Lawn for onily 25-.
8 y(ds Emlbroi dery fov oily 25' v.
8 yds. Val. Lce foi- only 25e.
l pair Child's Slipper-8 for- only 25.7w
1 Pine Straw I lat fo- ian or boy 25c.
I Gal. New lceans Syrip only 25c.
: ( ans (2) Syrtp I 'vitchis "25v
20 is. Iichmiiond ical " ., 5.
1 11b. Toa worth 'Oe "b 25v.
2 11b. A rbuvkdo's (' ,offee "25o .
60 boxes Il'arlor Mah.-hes "25(!.
8 bar S(odas( htagu0)" 25c.
TERlMS.---ash oil Doliurvy.
The Pair andSqum-ttr D)ealor.
Gooti Nows for Wo-Awak Sbuivers.
?lIost of you1 know~~ that the season1 is
uts thani to youi. W\e ha ve talken1 a sor't
of preldiinarI11y tcnsus5 oIf ourii stock.
He[re aind there we Iintd a few dozen01, or
few )4ieces, of goodls thiat are' ta;g enids
of 1ots goneo befor'e. We' wvoul rat.her
sell those goods out, of the w"ay at, a lo4ss
than catrry over. A lye you)l truist
your,ll owni judgmuent more1't thail 0our ad(
ver'Itis(1etn.s, then mlaLke a tour of~ in
ves.tigation i to th~e st ore. \Ve ate will
ingj. t.hatt yout shloutld decide.
Special 1bar1gain lin Ilac I l0' am ires,
"antc.y Linens11, ( rganidies, Iit.istes,
G rand ren1umn1i, saile of wa'tsh goods~ ine
fIve andat ten't yard'( lentgt.his, r'egutlar prick
15e. andit 25c., no0w $?e. and l0c. Iac
fronm 5)0. to 50e. 1)er yd. Mmbro)'4ider --
In C2ambrik, Swviss and1( Nantsook 1' -
Sigs tand Intsertintgs reaidy for' ue fro;nI
25. to( 5400. per1 yd(.
Specil barlga.in itn1 CJorset,s.
I )omtitcse lat pr'ices wh'ich make comn
MfI[tdNAlItY-Our~tl fi "st Ihat sal.1
I'yerty Ildy muist, attendl( in just1.iec toC
herelf9I All just,ice to her~i purse'. We
hatve m de ii, a nice li ne of rTrimmed10
IIats- Short Backs, Sailors, large andl
small11 shapes', 1l10nnts andi Turihaus.
i'acheat,tt(onl1. is a tem or Cash inle l
fainty str'1~as, in all shapes( andlu clolrts.
also 11ind beat,iful bunchtes violets,
r'oses and all tlower's oIf th dt (ay ait
gr'eatly reduedil'( prices.
Davenport & Rlenwick.
Have been1 runn11in g around-men tal
IV and physi8call1y-fort years, trying to
get palssage Ill the shly1 that, sails9 to)
Shall I shiow youi the way? Pass8. along
the street tIII 301u comle to iali whieh
Enter, if' you have 110 more thanil a d1o1
lar, 1tlit wll Istat you1 on the0 JOurniey.
tI hSavIings Ilank and111( It beQomles nIive,
It beginst1 to gr'ow, and1( attLa et others to
It. You can begini to be a capItalIst
Th'Iere ls no to-morrow. Not hIng w~as
ever donle to-mor'row. Ho4w can1 you
expect yourll "ship to come1 Itt" If you1
neover setnd 11t out. Th'Ie tIme to Itlaune
It is no(w, TIO-DA Y,
Make Your Start.
Ncol Ally M8ll BO Poor *
Take1 care of the cenits and1( the (d01
lars wIll lake enPr( (of I hemIselve..
A ftler Juno 1, llank hlours wIll he
f romu 9 a. ml. to) 8 p. mI , except (ln Mail
I rtday3, llank wIll bo0 openedl for con.ii
IVentience oif depo-litor's from1 9 . m., to
4 p. mi. and1( fromt 7 ). ml. to1 9 p. Il,
J. la Nanwnn, naie.
Wrn i agrKA am 'sIorel'
WE LEAD WITH LOW PRICES.
10 Pieces Figured I,.awn, worth 8-c only 3c.
A DRESS FO!t25c, THINK OF IT.
7 pieces Figured DinAY,. price 12-c at 9c.
20 pieces White Goods, pIC.SO& 12.c at 8Ac.
4 pieces White Dimity, pricc 20c3t'4M
40 inch White Lawn at 8c.
Best quality Lonsdale Cambric, price 15c, at -
Next best " " 121c at 8Ac.
Aqdroscoggin Bleaching From 10 to 11
Liqe 36 inch Percales 5 O'clockA. M.
SATURDAY AND MONDAY.
Children's fine Hose, Nos. 5 to 9, prict, 121c
at 8'c, SPECIAL.
SPECIAL SALE for SATURDAY & MONDAY.
A Velvet Bolero Jacket
i 114v pictll-ed, m11o1ss11lic do sojo
- 114 J 1 it i lllll 1 r j-o vdill, t-llo C n -
SinT hi. 'his is0110 (bf the natttiest, do-.
Is f,r I hose p)oplarlll jacket,s anId it
i s .1 1 Io o f " I ( 1 l - L I " I I , I t (I 1 1
1. "We fo Ii 4W l 11 1 t I'O I 4it,P
Our Immonso StOlCk
inle(14s volvets, moires and 11in eClot,hs
appropriato for sce h jackets, ats well as
at comph-te Hln of dh-e ss ma ral )f'
silken. woolbo:l ald cothon text.nre.
sil'i :an jet paseme te io, . :oft, rollch
Ings. lhituin fam-N.y bWaids .1r- allong
tle (rt'y ',hings to li k. ollnld oil oIr
trilnning o trs
BUTTERICK PATTERN 1338. AWEN'TS tOR
Ask for the June T1-1"'- >EINI MToR
FASHION SHEET. 1, 1'."'i,.
S. J. WOTE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCiETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
ar.anro.:n. 1, 13OV.
Assets . . . . . $216,773,947
and all other ... 173,496,768
Sur'plus, 4 per cent. . . .. $43,277,179
Outstanding Assurance . .$915 102,070O
The Societ.y has1 1paid( '253, lf,32) t.o its polic hCIolders , andlt ml a(ddit ion
no0w 1101d1 %2I(k.773, 7 of Asses (of whltich s '81, 7,19 is Su rplus),
maiiking a1 total of S170,7l,80 ,2 5. This recor cPI(ovei / a ~ peiodo l
ttan 38 years from its organlizaltionl, is over .2 I2,7981,000 mIoro) tItn I1I1
othier compan11y hats palid and0 atccmlallted wit btin the c' orrespontditig periodl
of its hiistory. ['The .I'uit able w riteos any form o)f policy tio assurot11 i may
wan11t--Tontmoi, Anna D1111 istrlibuItioln, Endo(hwmtent, ( nrntoo Csh Vaue
'Term, anyl other1 formls or puhein1s.
Cal and seett meC( b1e 0fore assur1 inig your live %'(N Iewl t-te
T[ho Equlitahl)1 is ablsolutely SafO, anId personts wishintg intsurancem wouldi
hind it to thtejr istorest. to (exannnto its pilans beQforO takintg out. a policy
''The Equjittible issues 4oicies ont .h male,1 and10110 femaulo lives.
ra. m. ~ A RT HUR KIBLER, Agent.
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SUMMER. G. W. SUMMER.
The Loaders of 'Dealers In
Low Prices 1 ?AiI 8is-O1f8 ass oo8
Grooriss, Hardware, Harness, Dry Goods,
..Shoes and Clothing....
We sell the WVhite Hickory Wagon, one of the' best sold in New
beCrry. Oua1.o, c5otton seed Meal and HullsI.
D)on't, forgect our brands of Flour: Obelisk, Favorite, Blue Bird,
Waterloo, 0O(d Hickory. T[ho best Flour sold for the mlontey in the6