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TPIE BENATORIAL CAMPAUN.
The Senatorial campaign last week
after the Sui'er meeting was ue'ovent
ful and devoid of 1wreonalities, exeIt
the attaeks on the newspapers.
Mr. Gary Evans has e.jtered and
made several speecles, and so has Mir.
blayield. Mr. Evals opposes hi-r. Mle
LAulril's tarlTY ViewS, while Mr. MNay
tiold does the sato and takes up the
rest of his speech with State mat trs,
discussing the dispensary and other
Mr., Maytleld is correct otn the dis
pensary, but he was one of the original
advocates of tihe present dispensary,
and if our information Is correct.. op.
poed when the dispensary was firt
fastened upon the State the very idea
that he is now advocat-in1g.
The dispensary as at I-resent man
aged and Operated is dootmied. and it
former f,ientids will be the first to d
sert the sinking ship and endeavor to
get on the band wagon. hut. thie posi
tion now taken by Nir. Mitylleli is the
ote In many respeets advoeited by 'ile
Herald and News for, a long time. It
must be taken from State|cotrol.t hough
there are manly features of the law
that should and must be retained in the
coutiol of the whiskey business.
Mr. Irby objects to the syndiente
adopted by the dily piper-s, atd le
ebarges that. the reports are colored I t
the interest of Mr. Nal,auriin. The
plan adopted by the papers we thinlk is
a good one. They send out. short re
ports of each Imleeting, giving the sate
relort to all the papers. This, of
Vourse, does not give very long sytop.
ses of -the speeches, bit it gives as
mutch as anyllody watits or, 01art0s to
read. As to the charge of partI.isan
ship in the reports itn favor of anty -cal
didate, we know this is tter-ly without
foundation. fo' Nit'. Kohn. who is now
repotiing tihe m1eetiigs.,. is aS free frot
bils as all IaI eati poss i he x,.
Mr. .1no. Duno.ca itas not vet 0INtered
the contest as a debater. Ile has Ne..
intet'viewed and says he is opposed to
%i'. MhAirin's taritf position, but is
in favor of NIIt. I,illman and his re-ele
tion. Nit'. Tillman holds the same pe
sition on the tatritf that .\1r. Niel.aurin
does, and li while all tte catditidates ar-e
figh titig Nirt. Nit-L.autIriln on i s aceout,
they till in the same breath vir-tu.ally
take strong hold on Niv. Tillhutan' coat
The pesople arte taking very little in
terest in the Imleetings. all of them he
in,g very slimly attended.
AS To Es.E )o%.
We publish today the fill repopt of
the Comm11littee of the State toard oIf
hcalth appinted by Gov. Il'jlerhe tt
visit Clemson College a d enliuire tit
the cause of the sickness ationg tli
atudenits. It, was given out at fi'st that
the sickness was only malatial fever',
and was not at. till serions, but whol
two or three deaths otcuired and spv
ont.y ox' eighty boys wer'e dowvn sick
the facts get out, that it was ai very so
rious affair. ,
rThe commalit'ee II td t.hat. the ordItinry
8Itaumt'ry arrangemnents and prtecauutiom
have beeni neglected. This is enttirel'y
utnexcusable. We also pubillishi thit
staLtemient of the trustees, anid they di
iiot agree with the cotmmittee. liu.
the fact. of the sickntess tremiaitis. Te
board says every etYfort will be made ti
remtove the causes of disease atid im
prove the saita4ry coniditionts.
The supply of mnoney at the disposai
of the trustees has been ahuost ex
haittess, and all these t hinigeshouhl
have beeni taken into conisider'at ion a
the very be-ginnting. This will he
backset to the itnstitut ion, antd it ha:
had enough trouble already to be i'e
lieved of th is.
Prof. Newman has been reenlled aim
possibly with his good commnon set,ei
permitte.d by the hoard lie may he al,
to look after' the drainage and oleanli
ness of the place. J ust at the foot u
the mounimtains, thiis should he a mios
The State has puit too mtuich monte
ini the proper,ty att Clemtson for th~
college to go down, anid it will niot g
downx, bitt lie boiard of trustees shioul
put tmeni in char'ge whlo will look aft e
the adopt ion and enfor-cement of thI
otrdinar'y r'ules of sanitationt.
The trustees of Furmit'an de'ide
wisely in extetnding a call to liev. F., I
I)atgan for' the pr'esidene) of thle en'
lege. It is to be hoped he will accept
bitt we doubt v'ery tmucht if he does.
The boar'd of truistees of f.lemso
have deferred the elect ion of a pre.
dent to another' meeting~ to be heldi
August, This is a very imnportat
matter', and the sehset in dhoia b
carefully and wviseley nmade. The ft
titre of the college lar'gely depenids o
the presidet selected.
Judge 0, 5. liuchianan is holdintg hl
first termt of eouirt itt Newerry. 1
has becen on the bench for over tu
years bitt this is his first trip to otr
county. He charged the grand jhi
briefly and presides with ease, lHe
quick ank positive in his rulings, *
judge, should be, and will dispteh it
business. Ils first day here made
Gov'. Ellerbe is very emphatic in hi
statement that, he Is in no combine an
that he has never beeni in any comtbin,
The original package stores, we sulh
pose, will now spring up all over th
State, though as yet we do ntot kntow<
anv oenntedi fre mwb.
The State boftrd of control wrapgle
over tih motgment. of t im dispwn
$ary: they lnd eighteen Alortages in
the accotltq of the county ditpeseere
aggedgatitag nearly $20,000: they find
also that among the ninety dispenl
sers in tho State only U't1 of the hvonds
re(IIrIIed by these olleers is any good:
and whilo all this is going on .lut:g
Sittiontol decides against the dispen
sary agaitn in the origital piakage tale,
it, is a queer state of allahv. Wit h1
all the'shlortages nothiig has bwen done
to baring to justico any f the defaulitet s
or to recover the State's moievy. Noth,t
Ing is likely to be dtone, There seems
to be nothing wronig inl stealiig flom
t A a ow. avie vobefore rvtarketd, it
seemis that nearly eveybloty eontected
With the institttion has Oithbetr been
guilty or accused or suspiciotned of
wrong doing. The sooner the State is
rid of sulh businless the better for thle
State and the t oraIls of her people-.
I'nlder the decision of Judge S:Illovtot
and o hers that are to follow it is only
a question of time before the State will
be out of the businless. and the sooner
the better. It lats beetn in1juriouls to
the Imlorals and the little ioney that.
thns biveln Iatle is nlo recomtpense for t he
evils thitt havo followed inl its wake
evenl grait-ing it right to do wrong that
good may result. The S!t shoild
Iot. engage in any tIusi ness, but, epe
Cinlly should it h.01iney" i evlear of the
li t1n It,ealy Io Oiso et trhy'n Stiattenets
A Few t'tan Woret.
[Th)e State. 1*2th.
Tile ealipaign is now a week old anatl
outsido ef tlt, Sotirv- mivetino there
lits hwt-Il nothilitz vl- ve.y exitiing abolit
it. It i, true that ex-lelator Irby 1a
bet'ln going., for the editors, Mr. MelI.al
rin. t he lit-wspapers and so oat at a pret
t lively rate. bt1't tlit netitgs, jud
ia- from wha1.t is heard of t-hem. seett
to be pretty dvoid of pulit itterest.
The peoplt' are nt altat1dn ia h ateu in
har-oo num1111ber'. Inl Columbia out'ialt
of political and a lliial kiretI,. practi
etly lio attenltion is being paiti to the
0111amail, a crtaialy lests tlani hits heen
geive to anly amlpaign of rect'ai years.
The i-uth of the Inalter is 1that the
poople he1 creabiout a1t1re tvry irt-d of tte
many tOMpain wg it hith the Statte
has btte-n aillieted. They will probably
at atndt hte meitin haeltre tomtotrrtaw
week. bit will harilly display aminy et
huasm h. The auae tioa lasts htt-1i
froely ntt'adt thata li teca t ive outtanit
tte SeOMY Ihe opera houast. for t he
ittiasg hee and have flet spteatking
(rti the stage. Last year the miett
ing was held out lat the Slhanldon pavil
MW\'. EL.LER11-11 S'EARIs Ot11T.
Governor. Elli'lrhe speaks cut very
pha1inly ian regard to ex-Seniator Irby's
insilulatioas Iade on tlie stupli) in thw
last few days that hae had ent-.e'ed Ilnto
a del before the last. eleetion with the
ele tif . ..arlt.sttn. t r ve th ta
mtet.ropiolitana pl)ice~ tat texehage for
t.hte v'ote o'f thlat, coiunty. Y est.erday' he
gave t.he paess t.he fotllow inlg stat emtent.:
"Th'le siatatet t tat I hanve ever
mato a tdtal, ptolitical or' thtatrwise, to
seenart' vtttes is absote ttly false. No
eit izena of Chlarletstta or of the State
'ver mtado a proaposi.ona tto tme to vote
for mec for goveranor if I woultd remoatve
the met.roplitnan polich.e. I havet nevelr
w ritt.ean a lettter promitsig to remaove
the' maetroptolitana pollee froam Ch'iarles
tont if the people of Chtarlestoan woultd
support ame fora govternoar. 1 will give
$30 to anyonte whlo can pr'odtute a letter
fromt met inl relation to atay political
deal or maaking anay prtopositiona to re
mtove the mtetropol itana tiolilee. I inav ite
opena, honiest., dilsinaterested eriticeiism o1
myi putblie acts. bunt, nio gentlteat likes
tto bh' mit'srepresentetd andt a genttlealla
wvill anot. knaowigly isreplresentt any
iThe Ccaett glissioer Ansewer, Ht tie (Cnn.
C.ol . 0. L . Stchumatpert, eami ratan tal
te citiz.ens' meet ing, gives oult thie
folltowing for ptulittiont:
Newheriy, 8. C., 12tha .luly,. 1897.
Inta obetdienee to a maot.iona laised at ii
amueetmg tof cit izeans blt int thIe (Coutineil
Ch(Iambiers 2th .1lunai, I1897, the aresolut
-tionis atdoptetd by it we're ser'ved forth.
with byv ime uponit t)r. ,taames Mletantosh
t'hairm'ana of C ommttiissionters of I 'tuhlit
WYorks, and upont Ma yor HI. It. E,'vants
On thet 1th inast. 1 was verbally
though olliially, ianformed bay thei
Mayor thatt he' htad laid thtese rtesolu.
tions, at a reecent ttetet.ing,, before thec
Hlonorable the C.ity' Coanteit, wim et
botly tok ano attion tht'eean.
'1The (Chaian of said (ConunaiIssiotn
ters, Dra. ,1 as Meltosh-al, handaedl tane to)
dl-y thle f.oowing t'oammnitention
wic th is self explantattory:
"Newherry,.l~ S. C., .tuly titha, 1897.
"T Cl.O.L.St'humpilert., Chairiman
aitd dlohnl W. 'Earharmdt, Secrectary:
s "Gehntltemien: PThe Comiassionetrs oi
e l'uhlie Work a-hs haereby acknaoivled ge the
to receiplt of your cottmuintalalioan beuari n
' d at e ,unet 27, 1897.
y "itreply we have to say, that., lam sa
ti here tile tiomitaalssionaer's atre conern'aed
* far as tas beeantl unneessaay alarmt as t<
.s the detstrution ota tamuattilationt of the
e shade t.rees, asa outr tnstrucationts to t hose
a crediting the elcectrie plaint will attest
"We recogntize the righatof any or- at
-titizens to present their grilevanes t,
the properlty cnstituted authority toi
at "Wo wish fuarthert to say, that ow
atim and intentitn ian t.he future, asi
has beetn in the past. shall he the pro
motion of the best inter-esa, of the town
-anti there wilt baa no unn~tecesary nmuti
e lation of the shade trees."
S All of which is mrost respectfull,
subamitthd, 0. L. SCruMran-r,
JULMI SIMONTON'w DEIION IN TORE
Tlhe malo of .tquor by l'rtvato P1arosm oin
OriK1111t I'eA-kMC. a MAint be Voltiuoltett
11loi,r l a tiraetita Irttrlis Ia
11wD ilit.-uary 1.*w un to Time.
|"pcelatl to The Itegister.]
11tlestont , S. C,, Jily 10.-The long
txiked forl de-isioti tf J udge Shnontonl
itn the Pitikssolm origliun paekago
ease was tiled this tuortning. Titio do
eion is atgailnst the State, and IV
stins the onstables fromi Interfeltig
with origtinl paekages of liquor im
lirtel Into the 'tati For storage id
sale. Wilth somie 11Mditletiions. the
temiporary injunet Ion against t he eon
stbles Is uade peralint,th
The State emn ajpeal to the Supretuo
C0ut of the Unilted States, but It hats
lithtl to hope tfor from such an appeal,
as ,1udge Sim-,on1ton has fortiled Ills po
sillolthn by referenlces to the Sulprene
Couet deision in the ease of Scott vs.
Donald and to the Vandereoek ease,
which was delided by hun in accord
ane with the principles of that, decis
Followinlg is the full text of Judge
Si mon tons decelsion:
'nited States of Amerlea, District of
Sout,h Car'oliia.- W. G. Moore, at
eitizon and resident. of the State of
New York, v9. W. N. liahr1., C.1 F.
(".over. W. ivinigsto.n, S. Dean, .1.
,1. Hrowning, W. .1. Snllder, I'. V".
linkeri and .1. W. Scott, eit.lzens and
I'sdents of the State of South Cao
liia2 anid Stite conlstables.
The complaiat,it a rectifier of liquor
aInd wholesatle liquor dealer in the city
of Now York, tiles Iis hjill agaitist, t.he
defendan,1t.s. who atre Stalte coinstiables,
atppointed naer the provisimn of the
'Ti facts stlited aire that the coin
platin0at., siipped to Ch1arlestonl by thle
('tyde Steaitm1si ip Comipainy, i inter
st v omlilliret, carlrier, (.0ertin liquors,
winies and heers, products of other
Stats, in original packages to be stor
ed for the pillposo of sale inl snleh orig
inail p arkatmges by his igent. in t.hat he
That the defetdanits haild eitered t.he
pr1mises and hd seizei i goods, ad11(
had ina1telrfered with t.he satle thereof
'ITh at they ire hoplessly insolvent., and
thait, he lias It() remnedy Itt. Ilw. The
hill payed for an injunliet,ion.
1Te returi to t.he rule to show emse,
ifter settling utp e'ertatin objewtiotts to
the jurisdictioln adulits suhsthatially
the facts sl.ated in t.he lill aiild denties
t he righit, of the colliplinailnt to Import.
Into .Hils Statte the willes, liqu1ors anld
beer, mentionled ill the eomplalint, or to
store them therin-A 01' to sell t.hcin by
his igents or as cllimed by him.
Tle jiur-isdietionl- of this court uipon
the faicts kt-ated in tile bill seeis cleatr.
At. the h ring it appetred thitt, there
was no differenlce of Opinion betweenl
cottnVsel as to whiat, constituted an orig
inal paickige. And it wats agieed t,hat
the' paciikaiges wh'ichs wer'e sLt.d and
otiferedi filr stale in this cttse were orig
111nal packaiges. The (lutestiotts madi(e
were t hese:
Tilts a dea1ler1, a citizenO1 of a State oth
er' t hatn Sonth Catrolinat, a1 right to im
plort l iquor's, wineos atnd heel' it original
pac1(kages otr to sLtre~ thetm ini this Sta1te
for' purtposes ofl sale?
lf this question he antswetred in the
atlirmative, mullst such stales be1 con-.
diuted utnder' the r'estrictionls of time,
qulantit,y and per'son, maitde in the Dis
lai (anitini vs. Tilltman, after fatll dis
eustsion anid conidera~itttion, it was held
by this 'ourlt, thtat the Disp)ensariy law,
in its generl' prtov'isions, did not coln
llie't with the Constitution of the Unlit
ed States or tis State. In this case
Canitini, ta wholesale and r'etil detaler
ini liqtuot's, r'esidentt in Charleston,
cilimed thle r'ighlt to carrty oin his busi
ness, notw ith statnd ing thte Dispetsary
law,t' both otn the gr'ountd of thte untconi
st.itut.ionatlit-y' of the law, andt becaulse
he wtas a suibject of the King of Italy,
tand was pr"tected by treaty stipula
The courtt decided the ease on the
facts befotre it, bitt it expr'essly 1eserve'd
the questioni whether the act. was not.
v'oid ini snehi of its pr'ovisions~ as wtill
('on11lict with the initer'statc L'ommerl'lce
In the case of L angfor'd, it became
necessaryi'i toii d(icss someI pris'lions of
the lDispentsary' ilaw contlheting with in
terstata' connnelire', tind It was held
that, in so fai'r as such cotnflict existed,
the M:w was inloperative andu void.
.lThese two dcisions atte unrliever'sed
atnd aire the law' f r Ihis cout,
in1 Dotad vs. Scott, a full dliscus
siotn of the relations between the D)is
pensary acts tomd the law of interstate
commiier'ce was had attd theo decision
was treachedl t hat unmder the prlotect ion
of t.he inter'statte 'onnnmlere(e law, any
recsidenit of the Sta:te could, notwithi
stttndilng thei D'isp.'nsaray aets, huport.
liqutot's fort his ownt use anid consulmp
tion. This detcision has been sustain
edl by the Supr'emte Cottrt of the United
Slat es in Scot t v's. D)onald.
In the Vande.ceoek ease recently
heardi and dlecidled in this coulrt, fol
lowitng the Supr'emte Coutrt In Scott v's.
D)onald, it was hleld that a pro.ducer of
wi:s n other liquors in Catlifornia
had a right to imlpor't and sell in this
Stato his products in original pack
No differ'enee can be seen in princi
plo between the right, of a produceer, as
it the V'andereock case, and those of
the complainant In this cas'. Bloth are
Iequally under the protection of the In
ion reaobhd in this line of cases is this:
The State in the exercise of pollco
power can dol'laro that the use of in.
toxicatiog liquors, of all kinde, as a
beverage is noxious, and injunous to
the realth, welfare and safety of the
people, and having so declared, can
forbid the manufacturo, importation
and sale tf such wis wit.hin her
imorders. That stich prohibition takes
in1toxivatting liquors olit, of the cat. gory
of articlec of commereo, and is. not in
conllilot. with tho interstato commilerce
law. l1t, that so long as the Stato re
cognizes the use of intoxicating liquors
as a boverago and beverages such use
by plurchasing thei in largo quanti
tivs and selling them for such use to
the inhabitants within her borders ac
vomlipanying such put0rchaso and sale,
with a prohibition to others f'oml doing
the liko, this prohibition Is noti a law
fuil exercise of polico power.
Onl the contrary, it is an attempt in
doe the guiso of the polico power to
secure for the State the bonellts, prof
its and emoluments of the liquor traf
tie heretofore enjoyed by indIVidunatl cit
izens and so increase her revenuo. And
for greater certAinty in this behalf a
monopoly in this traffie is created inl
the State. That the State cannot on
vage in this business for this purpose,
in contravention of the rights of citi
tens of the other States.
This being so, and the right to im
p)ort. and sell in original packages bo
ng established, it necessarily follows
hat. there must exist a right to have
t place for the receipt and exposuie
or sale of the original paokage so im
torted. Tihto use is the inevitable con
equenc of the other.
But when this has been accomplished
he protection of the interstate colii
unerce law ceases. This law protects
hie original package in its importation
Uld -in its sale. The hours within
which the sale can he made, the per
iot to whom it, can be made, the quan
Aity at one time to be sold and the dis
position after sale are within the po
liec power of the State.
The provisions of the Dispensary
acts, except inl so far a t.hey conulliet
with the interstate commle-ce law, arc
absolutely binding on.a!l pler.ons within
thte S1.ate, so when once a sale has been
made of an original package, and its
delivery within the State, it, cannot,
agaii be sold by its recipient or any
one else without violation of law. No
sale can be made of 'Iquors, wines or
beer t.f orig ial packages any where
except between the hours by law ap
pointed, 6; o'clock in the morni ng and
6 o'clock in the afternoon. No sa'os
can be made in sneh packages of i
quors, wines or beer, to be drank on
the premises. None in quantitics less
than a half a pint and none on Sun
day, and none to minors or habitual
These police provisions are irrevo
cably tixed inl the public pollcy and po
lice law of the State, and must be ob
served by all persons, citizens or strant
gers, doing business within the boun
daries of the State.
With these modifieations and restric
t,ions, let, an injInct,ion'issue as prayed
for in the bill.
Your it.y WVout Live a Month,.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill St.,
South Gardner, Ma.as., was told by (I e
docto-s. HIs son hadl Lung tronble,
folloin&g Typhoid Malaria, and lhe
spent three ihund red and seventy-five
dlliars with doctos,, who finally gave
hIm up, saying: "Your boy wont live a
month." HIe tried Dr. King's New
D)iscovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go to
woirk a perfectly well man, lie ta3s
he owes his present good health to use
of Dr. KIng's New Discovery, and
knows it to be the best in the world
for Lung trouble. Trial bolt Irs free at
Robertson dr Gilder's Drug Store.
Irish Linen Pa ser' at A. (C. Jones' 5c.
perC quire. t 1,
BEMIT ORDAiNED BY THEl
Maor and Alder-men of the TOWn)
of Newberry, in Council assembled and
by the autthority of the same.
Section 1. That fr-om and after the
publication of this ordinance it shall be
unlawful, for the owners of any dogs
to permit them upon the strecets of the
Town, unless they are seeurely muzzled.
Section 2. That. the ow ner-, of any (log
fouind upon thec streets of the Town with
out a muzzle, shall be finted live dollars.
Section 3. That any dog found upon
the strecets, without a muzzle, shall be
taken up, and if the owner- is known
he shall be notified, and unless he ap
pears within live days and pazys a fine
of five dollars such dog shal bek killed.
D)one andl ratified under th*cor-porate
seal of the Town of Newberr'y this
[L. s.] the 9th day of Jul, 1897.
H. N. EVANS., MJayor,
('. A. How~MAxJ, c. & 7. C. .
Is fully prepared to do any re
pair work promptly
Best Buggies and Harness for
the money always on hand.
The Company makes a specialty
of repairing Buggies, Wagons,
Cotton Oins, etc. Also manufac
hures any style Wagon.
Call and examine the work.
,ato put up in good style and at
reasonable rniate t. tf
As it is Important for
A'gy Oqe to Eat, So
Equally Important are
To everu one desirous
of saving money.
Wi'lli-ME A10', MONEY SAVElR.
'FOt TIIS VEEIC ONLY.
p1s. Staiiti'd 1in41 for ouy 2y5c
yds. Nowberry cloth fov only 2,0.
8 3 ds. igured Lawn for oily 25c.
8 y18 p'bioidery for only 25o.
8 yda. 1al. Lace fi only 25c.
I pair child'a Slippers fo only 25c.
l Fine Straw Hat foi- inan or boy 25c.
l Gal. NowvOrleains Syrup only 25c.
3 Cansm (2) Syrup Peaches 11 25c.
20 lbs. Hlichinond Meal 44 25c.
1 lb). Tea worth 50c '25 1 -.
2 lb. Arbucklo's ColTeo ' 25c.
60 bo.,es Parlor Matches " 25c.
8 ba's Soap (good as Octagon)" 25c.
TERMS.---Casli ol Delivery.
The Fair and Square Dealor.
WE NED MONE
And inodrtogt =t ewl
A lot of Blannister' H fand-miade Shoes
I. Caf and Cor dov an, w~orth $5.00 to'
A lot of Lilly 13rackett's Patent
Leather Tans owu Ox Bllood Shoes,
Ziegler Bros. Oxfords in Conunon
Tans an .Ox llol worth $2.25, now
Ladles' Oxfords, $1.50 to $1.75, now
oSee or 1lie of48c., 7Tc. and OS98. Ox
Ajob lt of Oxfords at 68e., wort,h
Our stock of Misses' and Children's
Oxfords andl Sandals to be closed out
regardless of cost.
goairl. T and secure a great b)ar
"A Spot Cash Sale."
0. M. JAMIESON,
To be closed out at
These suits are worth
$7 to $10 but they must
be sold, so we have
made the price to close
The balance of our
to be closed out regard
less of Cost.
Stray latsat YDofOve Piiie.
A big cut cn Ladies'
Oxford Ties . . . Come
early and make your
0. M. Jamieson,
The laAm. f lpincen..'
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and. well
3elected stodk of strictly high
grade Chamber Suits in W,4lnut
ind Oak. A full line of mediu-N.
ind cheap Furniture. Will sell
iery close for cash.
R. C. WILLIAMS.
t. ly Main Street, Newberry, s. U.
If you were offered-Shoes from
Len to twenty-five per cent less
than- they are worth, and you
were satisfied that the style and
quality were just right, and you
needed the goods, you would buy
wouldn't you? We would like to
see you and talk low cut Shoes a,
little. Some live bargains on our
S. J. WOOTEg.
Harris Lithia Carbonated
TO RELIEVE AINY CA SE OF INIISTION IN ONE MlNTE'S
TIME 011 MONEY JIEFLNDEID,
If takeil after each Meal Will Cure the ors~t Case of Jlhigestion.
Road whbat the omineut D)r. Devztga, of (hostor, S. C., has to say ofthe
I have used Harris Lithbia Water with the mostL excellent results where
I have beon able to got my patrons to drink a sufficient quantity daily.
The carbonated has no equal in gastric disturbanes. It is an excolljnt
table water. It is a pleasant laxative and is a mure euro for Flatulent
Dyspepsia- S. M. D)EVAUA, M. D).
This water is for sale in Newvborry at. Rlobertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Jones' and WV. E. Pelham's.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel wvill be opn at the hogininirg of the season.
For rates and1 other information write
Harris Lithia Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, 8.0O.
CUT PRICES FOR NEXT 60 DA~YS IN ALL.
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uil<din Brde acitoy Fraeand Railroad Castings; Railr< ad,
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