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Corrected every Tuesday and Frida3
by Sumner Bros.
Meat .... 7o
Shouldeis .............. i0
H ams. ............... 1U(1~2c
Best Lard ............... ........... 7 8o
Best Molasses, now crop...... W0c
0ood Molasses.......... 24@35o
Corn .-. ----......................... Go
M eal -;-------. . - -.--...... ........... 60 ,
11r.y -. -----.--.... .... $1.00.
W heat Bran.....................
I1st patent Flour .................. $6..L5
2nd Best Flour.................... 85.75
Strnt Flour ------............ . $5.50
G6A)0,Ordinary Floar ........... $4. r
Sur .................. ... . ..... 8r
R ic ............. .
Cdoffe ~ ~ 1tj0
yCo eed neal,'per sack. $1.10
,r cwt....... .......... 25o.
Butter, per lb -............... 1 20c.
U ggs, per dozen .......,..... 1 2io.
Chickens, each ............... . 12 .' .
Peas, per bushel....... .......... ,
Corn, per bushel ..................
Outs, per bushel.......,........ 3(40o.
Sweet potatoes.-............50. 00.
Turkeys, per lb .......... O B.
Fodder, per cwt ................ 60,q75c
Newberry Cotton Market.
(Corrected Tuesday and FrIday by 0. Me
Good M iddling ----..... .. ................6o
Strict M iddling.... ........................ 6
Receipts for week ending Satur
day last........ .............84
R t epts since September 1st.... 1,81(
Newberry College Openiig.
The fall term will begin October
at 9 o'clock, and all the students
urged to be present at that tin'
The young ladies w ec -
ter college are ed to ni6et the
e college chapel Septerr
>- 30th af 0 o'clock.
The Trust ces oi School District No.
38 will meet at the school house in
said district,.on Saturday, October nd,
to consider applications for the posi
tion. of teacher for the ensuing scholas
tic term. Address,
A. A. MADDEN,
EUGENE L. [.AVELL,
HENRY N. BoOZER,
Vaughnsville, S. C.
Bit Ills Finger.
Will Douglas and his wife quarreled
on Monday and Will was in the act of
striking his helpmato with a hoe,
when Ike Douglas, a brot;her of Will,
interposed as a peacemaker. He
stopped the row betwien Will and his
wife and took from Will a knife and a
pistol. Will then turned upon Ike and
proceeded to bite him on the arm and
the face and came near taking off a
kplece of one finger.
tWill was taken in charge by the po
liceo and will likely pay for his fun.
Ike says he was drinking. Will and
his wife lived on Mr. Wn. Johnson's
place in Newberry.
For Infants and Children.
The Carolinal Manufactur
ing Company is prepareod to
gin your cotton at 20cts. per
hundred. We invite corn
parison ('f samTple and seed.
~~Iighe'st 'geh'et.-price paidl for
se'd:--Gve us a trial. t&ftf
I. have a few desirable and well
* located building lots for sale on Main
and 1Hunt streets. Easy payments and
long time if desired.
f&tim GEO. S. MOWER.
*The pntronsof Zion Academy, Hayne,
S. (1., will hold a meeting on Saturday,
October 2nd, for the purpose of elect
ing a -teachcr for next term. Salary
$20 to $35 per month, as in the judg
*mont of the p)atrons the fltness of the
*applicant may justify. Applications
should he made to the undersigned or
Mr. M. HI. Folk, H ayne, S. C.
D, J. HENTz,
Secretary of Board.
OR. B. A. DANiELS.
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and
NEWBERRY, 8. C.
Offce at residence, noext door to Crot
well Hotel. t.tt
Neewherry County Teachers' Association
Will be held in the Newberry Graded
Sehool,Aullding on Saturday, the 9th
dlay/f October, at 11 a. mn.
- far as practicable, let every teach
er in the county attend this first meet
inlg held and reorganize the Association
for a year's successful wvork.
W. H. WALLACE,
"The Confederate Soler in the
Civil War," just published, contains
500 pages 12 x 16 Inches, and over 1,100
large Battle Scenes, Portraits, Maps,
etc. Tho greatest and largest War'
B3ook ever* ulilshed, and the only one
* that does justice to the Confederate
soldier and the cause ho fought for.
CIomlete in one volume. Agents
wanted every where to soIl this book on
our newv and easy plan. Many of the
;, lady and gentleman agents who are at
work are making from *100 to $200 per
onth. Veterans, fSons and Daughters
ofVeterans, and others interested are
requested to send for a.beautiful illus
trated descriptive circular (free) and
terms to agents. Address, Courier
Journal Job Printing Co.,' Louisville,
Ivy- t&f -16t
. VARIOUS AND ALL ADOUT.
It remains qry and dusty.
Mi. It. C. Birdif is having several
skylights put in The Newberry.
Mrs. Jane A. Long has been elected
teacher of the Garnany Acadenly.
Evans & Wilson want all the (:otton
seed in Newberry County. See them
Mayor 1,vans . returned on Sunday
from Laurens and reports Mrs. Evans
very inuch ,iuproved.
Rev. IA/. 0. Phillips will preach at
HlegAr/4prings on the first Saturday and
Sbbatlh In October.
Mr. J. J. Johnston can be found at
J. W. RecOere', where he will be
pleased to see his many friends.
The College Boarding Hall for the
next session will be in charge of one
of the students, who will return with
his bride and his mother.
Dispensary Inspector 11111 wai in
Newberry last Thursday to inspect the
Nowberry dispensary. lie found overy
thing in good condition and did not
Mr. Will Reeder who works at the
ginnery of the Carolina Manufacturing
Company, had his hand caught in the
gin on Saturday and the middle fitger
very badly lacerated.
The Towberry Clothing Company
has so e as pretty windows as you will
hnd a day's journey and ditto Daven
,,& Renwick, and inside are as
ty g o o d s a s th e w i d3ws .o
amieson, a beautiful story unfolds
the fitst page of this week's Herald
d News. It will pay you to read it,
nd then go and convince yourself thai
it is a true story.
The Graded Schools opened Monday
and all the teachers were in their
places. The day was occupied in get
ting the children classifled, and as
signed to their gr6des.
R16. T. W. Sloan, of Troy, Abbeville,
S. C., will preach in Thompson Street,
church Friday night, Saturday morn
ing and Sabbath. The Sacrament of
the Lord's Supper will be dispensed on
Sabbath. The public is cordially in
vited to all of these services.
The National Bank is being over
hauled and a skylight is being put in.
We have as pretty banks as any town
in the State. .
The Home Mutual Fire Protection
Association, of Newberry, S. C., paid
the policy of Mr. E. D. R,eams this
week. This insurance was for $1,000
and it was exactly one week after the
fire when the 1olicy was paid. Mr. W.
A. Moore, is the Sumter Agent. If
you need cheap and safe protection,
call on him.-Sumter Freeman.
"The 11th commandment," says the
editor of an exchange, Is "Honor the
country editor, take his paper and the
glory of the Lord will shine upon you."
And we would like to add-be sure you
pay for it. Aye, brother; that's the
' An exchange gets off the following:
A new fad is to place on the bottom of
wedding cards these words: "No chil
dren expected.", An old citizen read
ing one of these cards for the first time,
exclaihned: Well, they may not expect
'cm, but dollars to dimes they have
'em!" That's no joke!
Chas. BI. Hood, Broker and Man
ufactuirer's Agent. Columbus, Obio,
certifies that Dr. King's New Discnv
ery has no iqual as a Congh remedy.
J. D. Browni, Prop. St. Jamaes Hotel,
Ft. Wayne, Ind., testilles that he was
cured of a Cough of two years standing.
caused by La GrIppe, h'y- Dr. Kiug's
Newv Discovery. i. F. Merrill, Bald
winsville, Mass., says that he has used
and recommended it and never knew
it to fail and would rather have it than
any (lotor, because it always eures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 E 25th St., Chica
go, always keeps It at hand and has no
fear of Crouip, because it. instantly re
Ileves. Free Trial Bottles 'at Robert
son & Gilder's Drug Store.
NOT LOOKING WELL!
NOT FELINQ WELL
This preparation is a combination
of drugs having alterative, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
medical profession recommend for
skin diseases, Scrofulous affections,
Dyspepsia, Liver Complainta, Rheu
It is carefully prepared from the
purest drugs and is sold at 75 cents
a bottle at
Robes/son & Gilder's
HARR/8 LITIA WATfEI!
Carbonated Lithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesale uand
Retail trade at lowest Pricoa by
S. B. Jones,
AnoeAgent for Newborry.
A oegant line of Ladies' Jackets
and Capes at A. C. .Jones'. taitt
Dr. . ; Cash left last Friday for
New York to atteiul lectures.
Mr. James N. A",C6augrin left iaet
week for Princeton College.
Itev. A. .11 Bowers left yesterday for
Mr. Walter Harris of Seneca was in
the city last week on business.
Mrs. A. J. Bowers has returned from
a visit to Salem, Va.
Mrs. 1). Tiller is visiting at Itowes
ville In Orangeurg Connty.
Miss Mary Thonimon leaves today
for conrerse College.
Miss Una Lake left yesterday for
Co- . ersv College.
Mrs. Hen Ellis of Charleston is on a
visit to her brother Mr. Robert W.
Dr. ). S. Pope of Columbia was on a
visit' ltst, week to relatives in New
Al iss lattio Leav6ll left yesterday
for the Wioman's College of Richmond,
Mrs. Wn. E-. Smith of Orangeburg
is on a visit to heir parents Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Bishop.
Mrs. Ltzzie Hallis of Rowesville,
who visited at Rev. 1). Tiller's last
week has returned home.
Mrs. Wmu. H1. Leavell, of Huston,
Texas, joined hor husband, who is on a
visit to relatives here, last week.
Rev. 1-. P. McClintock and Rev. J.
It. Hood returned yesterday fron
Presbytery at Bradley, S. C.
Mr. Clarence L. Kibler was in New
berry Swesterday and will leave hi a few
days for Baltimore, where he will re
sume his studies In the Baltimore
There is nore catarrh lin this sect ion of the
Coun'ry thnn alh other diseases put together.
Mtl until the 1<04tf. few YeaORS WHS supposed to
be Inastrablo. For a ir at mnany years doc
torg propounced It a locat disoaso. and pre
eei ibed local remedies, and by constantly
fat I .g to cute with locnl tr uti cnt, )o.
nounced It inctirnble. Science has proven
catarrh to be a constl'utional dimenso ant
therefore rei'tres constiutoinl treatment.
1a-rs etetarri Cure, matinufaetred by F J.
Cheney & Co . Toledio, OhIo is the only cou.
8tittittional c,u%) on tie market. It Is taken
intern'y in doseR from 10 drops to a tea
Hpoontul. It, acts directly on the blood and
mucous sum faces of th Iystem. They ol'or
one hunti d ittllatlrs for ny ease it falls to
oure. Send for circulars an testimonftis.
AIddlress, F. J CuENRY & Co., Toledo, 0.
0a'Sold by Druggists, 7h.
All the Cotton Seod in New
berry County. Don't sell or
excIangO yonr Cotton Seed
until vou see
U.&tf EVANS & WILSON.
Murder Over a Fewyualnuts.
Another imurder hts been committed
in the county. This time one negro
shoots another for qtuarreling with his
wife overt a few green walnu tts.
The murder occurred on Mi. Wil.
Langford's plantation, about two and a
half miles from town, on Friday even
ing last about sundown. Will. Chick
was shot and instantly killed by West
The testimony brought out at the in
quest shows that some time dur'ing the
(lay, Friday, Will Chick gathered soe
grcein wainuits and p)ut them i in a sack
anfd left, them, expeCcting to return andit
get them later, but. St,evens. wife found
them and took t.hem or empt.ied them
otit of the sack, for wvhich Chick is said
to have cussed her. Stevens hearing
of the words between Chick .ad his
wvife got a gun and when (Thick came
up in the evtni.ng asked him if he had
hatuled up1 his cotton and Chick toldI him
yes. He then asked him if lie did not,
know better thtan to cturse his wife, and
shot himt, the entire load from the gun
taking egfect ini Chiick's right side and
chest,, killing him instatly. Sevens'
took leg bail.
C2oroner' Lindsay held ant inquetlst and
the verdict of the jury was in ttceord
with the abov'e facts.
WE HAVE GOT
Rye and Barley,
and Wood's Ever
green Grass Seed for
Robertson & Gilder,
1Jruggisi8 on tleo Corner.
On Sunday atfteirnoon, at, the r'esl
dhence of Alr. Fran k Spearman, at, Long
shores, Mfr. J1. Henry West and lis
E'mily Scott were united in the holy
honds of matrimony by Rev. C. WV.
Creightonm. It was a sui'prise to the
friends of the youtg peole in New
ber'ry, as Misas Scot,t. had gone otit in
that conmmuinity to teach the Burton
school. She is the daughiter' of Mr. M.
J1. Scott, of Newherry, and( a giraduate
of Winthr'op, while Mr. West is a sue
cessftil Newherry merichiant. The
fr'iendls of the yotung couple wish them
tinbounded happiness.'5 and1( a long, haptj
py' anid uiseful life.
Take JOHN SON'S
CHIILL & FE3VER
1,000 yard(s Standaird i Shirting, at
1,000) yar-la 4-4 .Standard Sheeting,
I1,000 yards i Standard Drilling, at
&6e at. A. . . nen. t&rft
The Question of the .ow 1'ait of Cotton
Considered-A L,mrge Alletihg--Con
Servative SP(4ce - Rievolu.
II response to tihe call of the John
stone Alliance for the cotton growers
of Newberry County to lueet on Fr
day, Ith, to consider the questiop of
the low price of Cotton at this muarket,
about 125 farmers, merchants and other
intorested citizeno assembled in the
court house at 11.30 o'clock to discuss
and take whatever action was consid
ered wise and propet in the pretuises.
Tihe speeches were all conservative
and in good taste- all seeming to have
assembled for the purpose of righting a
wrong-having as they supposed a real
grievance. Nothing in the whole
meeting was said to hurt anyone and
nothing done that could possibly cause
The meeting was organized by .all
ing Mr. W. L. Motes to the chair and
request,ing Mr. I. H. Greneker, Jr.. to
act as secretary.
Hon. J. A. Sligh was called on to ad
dress th meeting, which he did in his
usual happy manner. He spoke plain
and tjo the point, and no ono.could have
crowded into the few minutes that Ie
spoko more sound logie and wholesome
advice than lie. lie tlrt, spoke, of the
bright prospects of a fow vedks ago for
such an enormous cotton r01 at! how
within the past three or four v--eeks It
had been cut otT at least a third-not, a
third of ain average crop, but a third of
an extraordinary crop. He argued
that supply and demand did not reg.
late the price of cotton, stating that up
to September 1st the supply had heen
less than for years, and since that time
the reports that come in are glootny
and look at the price. Supply and 'de
mand have nothing to do with it, that.
is not the trouble. Tie merchants of
Newberry are not the blame for the
low price of cotton-it must be traced
to other sources. Witi less cotton in
sight, with a smaller crop than last
year in sight, what can be the cause of
the low price? It becomes us to inves
tigate this closely. In his opinion it
was a preconcerted plan of the monied
men of Europe and Atnerica to buy the
Cotton just as cheap as they possibly
can and to their own indivitual inter
ests. Banks were not to be blamed,
they are doing a legitimate business
running the country--and the trouble
is not with them. They 1maike a legal
per centage to run thew' business, and
they would not. rush 'Yot with your cot
ton to market if they were not pressed
themselves. iIe favored cotton Inills
in the Scatth1, but mill men were goinr
to tako care of themselves and they
can't be blaimed, it, is to their interest
to get cotton .iist as cheap as they can.
Speculation uv. the pitat of the monied
men of Europe and America is the
cause of the low price of cotton, and
the manufacturers are in sympitatly
with them. Ie thought, nothing imc
could be done at resent., bit, this meet
ing will do much good in the future. If
cotton was not, bringing quite as much
at Newberry as at other markets, he
could not understand it; certainly there
was no just reason, yet the merchants
of Newberry could not be blamed, for
they did not regulate the price. If it
is true that You can get more elsewhere
for your cottonl, why the remedy is in
your hands and can he regulated in a
day-but you'villi ind that that is not
the troube; you will find it away back
of that. My remedy is this: If you
own your own farm, or if you are an in
depelndeit renter, make at home all the
supplies you possibly can, amd after
that make all the cotton you can, econ
oinize and save all you can. Try to get
a little farm of your own, if you have
none; would that I could see this whole
counttry (lotted with happy little homes.
it, is a curse to any counitry for the
farming lands to be in the hands of a
few. Th'e fact faces us that a large ne
gro population, who can anmd never'
will build up this count,ry, get control
of lands, give liens on their crop to be
paid in October and November, comi
pelling the cottoit to go oin the imairket,
at a stated time. Own your own farms,
raise supl))ies at home, economize in
every possible way, and we will sooni
be a happy and p)rosperous p)eople.
TVhis dealitng in futur'es is another
cem'sc to the country. Sonme fcw Sotuth
een men have dlealt in it and got, bit,
evetry time, and I am glad of it. 'lThis
curse is allowedl to go cit and Congress
sits idly by and does nothing, butt it
will ever' be thus as long as dirty p)olit,i
clans hold the reins of government.
The evil is itot in Newberry. You may
sputr the cotton buyers up here to give
you as much as other market.s, but that
is a stmall imatter.
Drz. WV. E. Lake was called on and
stated that he had not expectedl to
make a speech, hut was glad to see
such a large number puresent. Last
J1atnary you should i.ave been inter
este(d int this matter. You have ptlant
ed, raisedt andl spent t,his crop. Seed
will be sown htero today thtat, willI do
imuch good int thte future, but, you can't,
correct the finantces of this country it
t,his meeting here today. Relief ttay
conme after the next national campaign.
it is a ntiec thting to go htome and talk
over with youtr neightbors aboutt plant,
intg antd raising your necessary supp)hlies
another' year andl thte balane in cottont,
and arrange so) as ntot to market it so
early. Capitalists, mill mten antd ever'y
body else cant organize antd go togethter
for their own good exceput farmters;
they go by thtemselves.
Ilon. Arthttr Kibler w~as called ont
andl stated that as lie was not a cott,on
growoer he (lid not feel that, he was en
titled to a place it tIe nieeting. H e
couldn't account for cot,ton btringling
less in Newberry than in ot.her miar
kets. Thte merchtants he knew we0re
jutst as anxioits for the farmers to get, a
good pruice for their cotton as thte farm
er himself. He believed the priice for
the present crop had b)en lixed anud
t,hat they were p)owerless to do anty
thlitg. VTe remtedy is ini your htand(s
for tite future, butt Ite couild see no
remedy for the jpresentl. H e was sorry'3
the Impression h adl gone outt that New
berry wotuld not give as mtuch as otheri
places, aLnd he thped that if it was triue
that it would 1be remedc(ied. MrNi. IKib,
her sutggestedl thtat thtey call oni tome of
Mr. .Jno. C. WVilsonl wats ('illed0 on
and( stalte<t that lhe was p'resentt as a
spectaitor aned did( not expIect to matike a
speechI. Hie iunderstoo(d that thte meet
lng was called to see If Newberry was
p)ayintg as miucht as other markets for
cot.tont, and the fIrtst t.hing t.hat otughlt
to be (10ne was IC i itnd out if that is t,he
nothting to do witht it -not a single
mterchtant in Newberry is buyintg cot
ton. Cotton mills send thteir'. bayers
bore andl rive themi qutotationts eacht
mernting. N iorchan ts ate as anx iotts
for lighI plrice cotton as atty farmer;
they are jutst asn mutch interested, hut
they cantnot atlford to adivance the
price; soime htad b)otght and lost several
dollars ai bale. W~e are just as helpless
tAiday as thte farmers are. WVe can do
nothing. If you have any remedies to
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and dellcouS.
ROYA. BAKING POWDER CO.$ NEW YORK.
suggest I am with you to help raise the
price, I know of none.
Mr. W. T. Tarrant was called on
and assured the meeting, as a mer
chant, that if he had it in his power
they would be getting 8j cents for their
cotton. lie said the price of cotton
was estublished in) Liverpool. There
the English eaiptialists buy the first
ebtton chieap and then it goes up.
Mi. Sligh stated that, a member of
Johnstone Alliance requested him to
explailn why the mueeting had been
calle,l. Ile saild the Johnstone Alli
i co %%as under the im11pres,30ion that
tile were not getting full market
valuc for their cotton at, this market,,
and they watited the people of New
berry to look Into it an' give themu full
valt.- for their cotton. It, is for you
peopie to correct it. The Johnstoine
Alliance is not making war on New
MV. .1. C. Wilson said that if New
berry was not paying as much as other
markets the way to reiedy that would
be to take your cotton to the highest
Alr. 8ligh thought Soiething sloild
be done, but hairdly knew what it,ishould
be, however, he oTered the following
resolution, wi0ich was adopted:
Hosolved, That it is the sense of this
meeti.ng that it is beyond out power to
give immediate relief to the cottoll
growers as to the price of thiat, produlct,
but, it, is oi opinion I ht, if every farm
er will produce on his fatri the tup
plies needed therconl and use proper
economy, that this will in t he course of
timte become a great, influence and reg
Mr. W. it. \ Odt, watnted sotietling
1inOr1 specific and called oni those pros
0nt, to speak out inl Imeet,igtr. He
thouglIt t,he object,or t,he me!et,ig was
to ge, a cot ton buyer to coeln here te
huy% their cotton. Hie titoved that if
the farmers coidh not, get a fair i price
for their votton inl Nowbervy thlt, they
nat-'y it elsewhe'e.
Mr. .1. A. Mc(raw noved its asibsti
title to Mir. vendt's Imtot ion, after stat
ing tbhat, the .1 lostone Allilance hadt
called t.he Ileeting for the ilrpose of
general consilt,ation on the inutter and
to act i t tiisont and not as tle .!ohn
stone Alliance, the following, whii
wats un1anlimously adopted:
Whereas, \Ve the farmters of Ithe Vi
einity of the town of Newherry feel that,
we catinot imtiwove the price of cottot
itn the near ftiuIre to a great exteit,
but we have infornmatiotn that other
markets Atre paying miore, we there
fot-. ask all fartmers to haul their cot
ton away from this market when they
cati receive it better price.
Tlho meeting then atldjoir-ned.
ld Vou Ever
Tiy Islectric Blit ters as a remnedy fot
your troubles? If ntot, get a tttle now
and get, relief. This itnedicine has
been foutnd to lbe peculiarly adaptted to
thte relief andt cur e of all F'enuale Com.
plaintse, exert ig at wontdtrfutl dirtect in
Iltee int giving strentgth tand tone toi
the organs. If you have Loss otf Ap
petite, C2onstipationt, Hecadachte, Faint
ing Spells. or are Nervous, Nieepless,
Excitable, Melattcholy oir t rotubled wvithi
izzy Spells, Electric Itters is thte
tutedleltne yout nteed. Heal th andic
Htrength ate gutaraniteed by Its use
Fifty 'et s andt $1.00 at flubert son &
Gilder's Drutg Store.
Thtaniki of the Firetmen.
A t a tueet,itng of the Excelsior -Steamt
["Ire ingine C'ompany held last night,
t,he followinzg giteamble antd tresolut,ionts
wvere unanimtoitsly adop)ted:
WhIetreas, 'Te Firemtens' Tourtna
mtUCtott the 9th instant, w~as sucht a
comtplete succecss; and1 desiring to show
our hteatrtfelt appreciation of the etforts
of those who sc) gener?iously contributed
to that, entd, therefore, be it
itesolvedl, T1hat we, t,he mtembers of
thte Excelsior S: tn [" ire Engine 'Comi
pany, itt regular nmeetinig assembtled ,(do
hiereby treun-nt out thianks:
1. To HI. hi. IEvants, Es<l. , M.Iayor of
the towit of Newberry, who (1id all in
his p)ower as Mlayor' and citizeni for our'
enijoymtent and that, of our guests.
2. To the M ayor-; to Mrl . C.X W.
Jiishop, CJhief of I 'ol ice, atnd to Mr . I'.
J1. Voss, Suiporintentdent, of Wat,er
WVorks tandc Electtic ILihts, whlo non
tiributted so handsotmely t.o the fndns for
Oiur tuitnitg ui forms.
3. To the ladiles, whIo etncou raged its
with thteir well-wishes andi inluientce,
andit aidecd us by thteir- pre~snce tand itt
d1ecoraitinitg sio beautti ftilly oitr reel.
4I. To t he citizenst generaully, who cont
tnibut ed to) the cxphenises of the occn
sion and lent, u is t,hteir aid in otherci ways
tio assist int the sutccessful termttinta tiont
of tbe day. All of which spoke for- the
hontor and well-bintg of New-berry.
5). T'i tithe coitte te on progratuumite
and miruiles, for hav ittg arranged isuch a
well-conceived anmd well excentted ane
for thec enjoy tmnt of till.
TIhe fol loin tg lett,r has lbeen te
teilved by thIte Excels iotr Comtpanyi frmt
"Thel memberttlc s of th te liiintcombtei
Street ltee l'Teamt, dIesi Ie t,i extenid
itatiks to the membter,'ts andti brother
Iiremenilt, oif Ithe h'xcel*sior l"ir Enl'tginei
COmtpatty, for' thte coutesis an ttd hospi -
tality shown itis w hil guettI st-s itt youri
city. Assurte you1 they htad ai loiousii
iim whtichi will never- lhe fo. got ten.
Hopei)l somti (lay to reciprtoente the sam te.
WVill you pleause Piut aL card itt 'The Oh
set-vetr and l'hte 1llorahl andtt Ne ws, so
the citizenis of Newbcrry ceni sece we
atpprecit,t theiir kIitness to us.
" touts respiject fully,
"*.i. I'. IIlYtN'i,, See."
Otto latrge Tablet tand ai penicilI for tiu e
cenits at, A. (:. Jones'. t&ft f
K.oit (or tArntycti.
i'oiniter - lppp, abou)t, 5 mtoths oldI,
whit.e with liv~er covered spot, bob-tail.
Suitable r'ewar~d If tetutirned to
10. C. 14,-.
The Motu for Governoor.
LSpartanbutrg Herald, 15th.]
It is too early yet. perhaps, to dis
cuss the rae for governor, which is
m1ore thant a year oil, hut tlhe polit clans
are begintaing to adjust thi,r sails to
catch the blreeze and the leopli are
beginning to thini about, the race even
now, espeelally shine it Is generally un
derstood that Governor X'llerbo will
not Stand for re.election. 'I lie llerald
supported lI-.lerbu loyally, but we be
lieve unles4 he can iaterlall strength
en himself it would bo useess to run
for re-election. The idea that.any man
is entitled to ollice and to a second
telm ais goveritor its endorsemuent or
merely as a coll.pihent is tlayed out.
Governor I.lierbe missed his opportu
nity by not itakling out, it disLInCtive
policy of his own. lie has followed
too closely in the tracks of his prede
Cessors and the best things lie has (lone
were forced upon hitit by eiremstancs.
Ile could not by ai possibility be elect
ed and it Is best for hi i and the men
who have suppor-ted him, that he should
not be a candidate again.
During the last senatorial eatil)paign,
hundreds of men, irmy of them re
foriiets iwho had never before entered
the HOrald oice, came i) to talk over
Mclaurin's chance. We were n3ton
ished to find that the majority of these
Imen were already enthusiastic support
era ot 0. L. Sciumpert for governor
next term. it Is our opinion that if
their sentiments could be ascertained
without i catmipaign, SChumpert would
be the first choice of it larger number
of voters in the counties coitiguous to
Spartanburg than any man in the
His record as solicitor is without r.e
proach. 1ie conducted business elii
Ciently and wit,h absolute iipalRtiality
at a time when factionalism was high
est.. 'T'houlI strongly conviniced of
the iniqIuit. of the disl)Csary law, le
did not ftii to do 1h,is duty, bit. sectured
lloue convictiolis than Itialy ma1nti1 il the
State. li e is firimn, able, strong with an
unilpettclable recordf, and the man
who beats lim for governor will be ii
titled to the oice, no matter who the
politiclansi may be groomnillg.
We have heitrd i great, (1111 about.
how governors were mtde in seeret
CauuIses Anld who ma111de thelm, hut all
tie govetnor-macers Ire now dead.
Tie people are going to tite a hand
4a 0. L'. Schmilpert11 enilt il mor04
gelluine, hearty telling nzthusiasm
umnong the voters lhan any mn11:11 il the
We have never cons'ted with Nl1.
Stuimpert, and know not.hinlg of hi
intentions. but we' hwlieve 1hat. when
- - - FALL ANI
.1 have just. received from
&( o. Somie of their latest. prod
SI A Cl ()CK LEI'TE, ON B
FREiNC1 CA IF, ill hils au
lasts. Zoiglur llros. ie llof
Ladies' Misses' and C
Fine SHOES for
havealrived. Tlese Goods 1
We arr a great vlieCty
WVIDITIIS, P'ATTE'lHNS ANDI
TOE)1S A RE P' AltlIS, I
B3OSTO )N, (COM M'O N-S
We are selling te best laid ios'
that Is madeI to lit Souther n fe et. (Call
If you want any of t
dishing out. A bout twil
pot and clear up the sto
Is before you and yc
ly decide for you the qui
we ask is a look at the i
Cheap don't buy them.
Ask especially to set
the timo comes and the voters qo4o
about for a ood, strong, able ole"
tta who can lead thQ reunited demoe
racy to victory, and put the State upon
right lines, clearing out Jobbery, trick
ery and bossign, 0. L. Schumper w1H
he round most available.
STA TH . OF SOUTIH CAMOIN'
(OUNTY OF NKWBEHY.
Ily W. W. Hodges, Esq., ProbateJudge.
1WHJERIEAH, Dr. James blIntosh
hat'% 1desilt to me to grout
hlim Letimir of Adminitration of the
Etato , d k1feuts of Jno. B. Carwie,
Thbeo ar", thereforo, to Cite aid ad..
m1onsh all and Pligular the Iindred
atd cretitorti (f the aild Jno. H. CA.o
wilo, deceased, that they be and ap.
pear before me, In the C, urt of Pro.
bate, to be held at Newberry Court
H-ouwt, "n the 2nd day of Oct., next,
"ter publication hereof, at 11 o'clook
it the foreioon, to show cause, If aoy
they have, why the said Adinidt.
ti(Inl 111h11o4 not be granted.
Olvei under my hand this the Lth
day of September. Anno .Domini 187.
Wv. W. HOD)E4,
J. P. N. C.
sT rAT O7 1,ulH CAROLINA~
COUNTY Otl NHWOERHY-111
ily W.\W. Hodges, Esq., Probate Judge.
Whereas, Dr. James McIntosh halt
tde suit to mne to grant hint Letters
of Admlinit ration de Vils nion witt
tho will annexed of the estatle sad
effiets of .J i. S. CArwile, deceaned:
'I lho tire therufore to cite and a4
monji?-h all and singular $he kindred
anid croditormof the sald Jno. H. CarA
wilt-, do-ceased, that they be and ag,
ptir before ie, In ihe Court of Probai,,
to bo hold it Newberry Court Hout
oii tod 'ny of October next, after
itiniltm htereof, at 11 o'clock In the
foriiim, to show vame, If any they
have, why the maid Alminiulstration
sliild not be grantied.
(iven uider my hand this the 181h
(ny off pletber, Amn Domint 1897,
W. W. H0Ll4FH, j. P. s. c4
Examuination of Applicants for AfaW8u}
SXA M l N AT IO N OF APPLI,
i. ctants for Teacheis' County Cei,
t.ificat,e.k will be hold Itt the oflico of th.
(Coun it.y Sperinteldent of iducating
on Priday, Ith Soptoueter, 1897. Ap,
plivant,,4 will bring t.heir own writing
utri al ' iis.
P. W. 11IGGIN%,
L&ftdl (-o'unty Supt. Educatiou.
) WINTER. - - -
the factory of Lilly Brackett
ucts for mnen's woar in RUS,
1.0W, CORDOVAN, AND
d cong, onl the latest toe- and
hildren's Medium and
Fall and Winter
sadl the market for Style, Fit
TiOE'S. Ti'lE YI4ST OFNEW
E!NSE, LO)NDON AND)
IN G EE gLS.
E00.O Shioi mazde. '1 hiis is the 9uty L,ine
utd 1.t us sho1w you our stuck.
T1he Shoe Dealer,
I Price at
& Gilde r's
ie good bargains we are
le a year we empty th.e
re for new goods.
ur judgment will quick.
estion of bargains. All
foods. If they are not
s, Silk and Wool
Andies and Mus
NEWBERRfY. S. (1