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Corrected every Tuesday and Fritay
by Summer Bros.
M eatt... .................. . ..........
Shoulders . ..................... 4 .
am s .............................. I 0(i .
Best Lard ........... ........ 7%sc.
Bost Molasses, new crop...... .10.
Gooa Molasses-................... 25@350.
Hay......... .--.-.-.-.............. $1.00.
W heat Biain---------------........ $1.00.
1st Patent Flour -. -........... 0.
2nd Best .Jlour.................... $5.50.
Stralt Flour-----------............. $5.25.
Good Ordinary Flour ........... $4
Sugar ......... ..... ...
c e ................... 1 20c.
ineal, per sack... $1.00
or ton......... ........... $3.50
Newborry Cotton Market.
(Corrected Tuesdtay and Frlday by 0. MR.
Good Middling......................... 5 024
Strict Middling........................ 5 50
M iddling.......................................5 374
Strict Low Middling..................5 18t
Low M iddling.............................5
Jamen D. Nance Camp
Will hold a regular meeting in the
court, houso on Monday, saleday, in
November. A full attendance is de
sired as there will be matters of im
portanco up !or consideration.
A pain in the chest is nature's warn
Ing that pneumonia is threaten i.
Datmopen a piece of 1lannel with (p131
herlain's Pain Bahnzi ami bind jiver the
seat of pain, and another on t'oe back
between the shoulders, and n0mpt re
lief will follow. Sold by WY. E. Pel.
ham. . ' oni
One million bushel cotton seed want
ed. I will Make It to Your Interest to
see inc befo:e selling. You may pay
your guano bills with sced.
f3mos J. J. Lane.
My Restaurant is open for
the season and I am Irepared
to so.-ve the public in first
class style with the very best
the market affords. Polite
and courteous attention to all.
I am prepared to serve cusi
tomors at all hours.
S. B. JONES.
WE HAVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cure any case of
chill or fever.
Robertson & Gilder,
Dr1ggists On tle Oo-i1r.
Sunday, October 19, 1897, at the p)ar
sonage, by Rev. J. A. Sligh, Mr. David
Koon to Miss Eva E. Riser, daughter
of Mr. Jas. A. Risor, of Pomaria.
The dlilculty with the former teach
ers and p)atrons of Johnstone Academy
has been satisfactorily settled and we
hop1) nowv the work of the school will
move en harmoniously.
Solo agency for Hunylor's
famous Candies has been secured
by no. Huyler's are the best.
F"resh 'ui)Ply at
b ~ PELHTAM's DRUG STORE.
I Iouse and1 Lot for Sale.
House of seven rooms. Lot three
acres. Apply to G. B. Uromer. I&tt,f
New lot of Men's, Women's and Chil
dreni's Shoes just received at A. C.
Ladies Capes at 50c., 75c., $1.00 and
$1.50 at A. C. Jones'. fit
An elegant assortment of Ladies
JTackets anid CapeIs at all pr1ices att A. C.
A SIJUCESIFUL RO'AID.
The Agnnal Meeting of the Stockholdters of
the C., N.& L.
/ [The State, 20th.]
-Teannual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Columblia, Newborry and
L.aurens railroad took p)lace yesterday,
heing held in the oflice of President
Childs at the Bank of Columbia. Thlere
was a good attendaLnce of the stock
holders. The annual r-eport of Presi
dent Childs was i-cad giving all the de
t ails of the operation of the road du
ing the p)ast year-. Th'Ie report showed
the i-cad to be in fine condition finan
cially as well as otherwise.
A comparison of the net ear-nings fo
this year- with those of the year' 1893
was submitted, showing some $28,000 in
favor of the year just ended. The fol
lowing board of directors was re-elect
ed: W. A. Clark, W. 11. Lyles, George
S. Mower, IH. C. Moseley, R. C. Hoff
man, W. T. Mart.in, J. II. Kenly, E. St.
John, H. Walt.ors, WV. U. Elliott, RL. A.
McCreery and W. A. RLiach. Pr',esident
Childa was re-elected. There will be
no change whatever in the operating
-miannanement of the road.
VARIOUR AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. A. C. Jones leaves today to
PhhudelpliX and will be absent thre
or four days.
Rev. W. A. Boets, of Ninoty-Six i
in the city,
Messrs. J. W.'Caldwoll and Alber
J. Gibson have been drawn as petit ju
rors for the United ,tattes Court whici
meets in CharPS6(on in Novomber.
The coosrAtteo on the erection of 1
monu.to4 to the women of the Con
fod[cy has been called to meet it]
.iunbia on Thursday of Fair week
4I)t. J. W. Gary is the member froni
Tile jurors drawn for next week wil
bear in mind that they are not expected
to como until Tuesday the 2d of Novem
ber as there will be no court next weel
by consent of the judge and the bar.
Th Woman's Convention had not
many visitors for the second day.
A mad dog was killed in front of the
residence of Mr. Jo. M. Kinard io
Wednesday morning by Poluicoina
Hunter and E. L. Poillgreen. The
dog belonged to Mr. Pollgreon.
Miss Nellye McFall leaves tonorrow
for Little Mountain where she will
teach in the Little Mountain Graded
Col. -Thos. W. Holloway, the genial
Secr.dtary of the State Agricultural So.
cle(y, spent Monday in Anderson as the
kuest of his old friend, ion. B. F,.
Crayton, who has been quite sick, and
gave us a pleasant call. He says the
State Fair this year will be a big suc
success.-A nderson Intelligencer.
Mr. Jacob M. Long has accepted a
position with the electric company at
Anderson, S. C., and will leave in i
day or- two for Andersdon. Mr. Long is
a recent graduate of Newborry College.
Mr. P. J. Voss has rented the
Speck house on Calhoun street recent
ly occupied by Mr. A. T. Brown, Mr.
Brown will move to Car-wile house on
the samo street. Mr. Voss expecte his
fainily early next week.
Those who heliHve chronic diarrhoea
to be incurable should read what Mr.
P. E. Grisham, of Gaars Mills, La., has
to say on the subject, viz.: "I have been
a sufferer from chronlo diarrhoea ever
since the war and have tried all kinds
of medicines for it. At last I found a
remedy that effected a cure and that
v as Chamberlain's Colin, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy." This medicine
can always be depended upon for colic,
cholera morbus, dysentery and diar
rhoea. It is pleasant to take and never
fails to effect a cure. 25 and 60 cent
sizes for sale by W. E. Pelham. oni
The court of general sessions is asill
in session. Three cases have been dis
poscd of up to this writing, and the
court is now hearing the Andrew H1or
Drayton Bailey vas convicted of
house breaking and larceny. Sentenced
to six months on chain gang. le has
appealed and is out on bond.
Charlotte Cannon was declared not
guilty of assault and battery with intent
Jake Ba -:ter' was found guilty of as
sault and battery of a high and aggra
vated nature. This is the negr'o charged
with assaulting Mr's. D)ave Werts some
months ago. H is attorney, C. L~. Ilease,
gave notice of a motioin for newv Lrial.
Sentenced to 8 years in peniitentiar'y.
The Grand .Jury made their p)resent
ient on Wednesday and were dis
charged. The following is the
To Is Hlonor', Judge James Aldrich,
Th'ie Grand J1uiry would re.cpectful ly
rep)ort that they have carefully con
sidlered and acted upon all bills of in
dictiment giveni out to themi by the
A committee of ouri body applointed
to examine the County Home, report
County Home and stockade on premiiises
well kept and the Inmates wvell cared
for, and they express themselves as be
ing well satisfied with the treatment
received from those in authority.
We f1nd the jail in need of seine re
p)ai's, somne glass bi'oken out of the
windows and cords to weights of win
dews need replacing, also the fie-place
in the kitchen uiceds rep)aiiring.
We have examined the hooks of Mag
istrates S. S. Cunningham, J. HT.
Williams, W. F. Suber, B. F. Day,
and S. L. Fellers, and find thoem woll
kept, with fines properly accounted for.
Th'le books of Magistrate M. P. lHar
rington have also been examined and
found wvell kept, excep)t in one case
where the fine ha8 not been collectedl
and tui'ned over' to the County Treas
ui'oi, but marked as having beeni
settled bmy note to bo pr.id in a short
time. The books of the other Magis
trates were not presented for examina
Lion to the grand jui'y.
WhIiereas, we have i'ecom mended pre
viously that a free ferry bo estalished
over' Saluda River, In the lower part of
No. 9 Townsh15) ip, and no step)s have beeii
taken to establish said fer'ry, we dto
again call the attention of the Super
visor' to the fact, as there is ai prIopcCt
of a free bridge being built at an early
date at Kcmpson's Ferry.
Complaint has been made about the
condit,ioni of the road leading from J.
W. D)errick's to S. S. P'aysiniger's, we
Lbherefor'e recommend that the Super
visor r'equLire that this road be lput i
pr'op)er condition at once.
We have made inquir'y about the (1 is
bursemiont of school funds, andl have
not heard of any funds that have not
been proper'ly aplie(d.
We recommifend1 our clerk be0 paid the
usual fcc for' sei'vice rendered.
F. M. Schuinport, Foreman.
Judge Aidrich compihnented the jurj
for their intelligent and faithful worl
Royal makes the food pure,
wbolesomoe and dellclom.,
ROYAL BAVOG POWooER CO., NEW YORK.
and said they and tho people of New
berry were to be congratulated upon
the condition of county affaird.
Under a recent Act of the Legisle
ture the grand jury Is to be a perpetual
body, six members of each jury holding
over to serve with tho next. These
were drawn on Wednesday in open
court and the following gentlemen will
serve another yexr: 11. S. Boozer, Pet
Lominick, A. J. Willingham, M. Mc
Carley, D. 1. Werts, W. 1I. Lominick.
Next year only twelve jurors will be
ANDREW IIORTON CASE.
The only case that is attracting much
attention at, thIs court is that of Andrew
Horton, white, charged with adminis
teriig strychnine to a negro, Dorroh
Johnson, from which he died on May 9
last. It was commenced on Wednesday
morning, Messrs. Jolnstone & Welch
representing the du-fendaunt and Mr. C.
L,. Bleaso assisting Solicitor Sense in
The following jury was secured only
after both sides had exhausted the
number of challenges allowed them un
der the law: U. 11. Burton, foreman;
J. S. Hinger, Geo. A. Counts, jr., W.
Julius Cromer, V. B. Harmon, R. C.
Perry, W. H1. Counts, J. Sam Pugh,
Hamilton Buzhardt. Gus B. Sligh, P.
N. Boozer, J. Q. Whit.min.
The hearing of the testimony eon
sumed the time of the court until the
noon recess ou Thursday, 10 witnesses
being produced for the State and 22 In
behalf of tho defense. Great public in
terest was manifested in the trial and
the court room was crowded through
out the progress of the case.
Sarah Johnson, the Widow of the do
ceased, testified that early on the night
of Johnson's death he was called from
his house by Joe Smith, colored,
anlother occupalit of the same house,
and the two men spent some time in
conversation with a third man whom
she took to be the defendant, that John
son returned to his house, soon.became
sick and died about 10 o'clock, after a
series of five or six convulsions. She
had been inarried to Johnson a month,
previous to which time she had been
criminally intimate with Horton, who
was the father of one of her children.
Mary3 Smith and Joe Smith, both
colored, conttradicted S.aah Johnson 's
testimony, arid the latt,er t,estified thlat
he, ini company with Horton, left THor
toni's house about (lark and went to a
point nearn Johnson's house, where
Smith called Johnson out at Horten's
reqluest, to have aL talk, anId thenl left
them togethler. Horton had two bottles
of whiskey and gave .Smithm a drink out
of one of them.
Drm. J1. P'. Johnson testified thlat Hor
ton, a short, while before th.e killing,
had1( gotten an~ order from himni for
strychnirm to kill crows, and that on
tile mornling after Johlnson'su deat.h Hor'
tonl went to witness and asked him not
to give 1him1 away about tihe strychlnine.
M. P. Jlohinson saidl thlat onl tile sameI
mlorniing thlat Horton was excited and
told him that he expected to he ac
cused of the murdor of Johnson because
he0 had bleenI keeping .Johnson's wife.
RLush Receder and Amanda Receder,
both colored, swore that shlortly bofore
thle killing Horton told thlem ho in
tended to kill Johnson because Johnson
had miaried his woman. Other minor
susp)icious circumistances were p)roved.
Dri. Peter Robertson testilled that he
hlad made a chemical anlalysis of the
contents of the dead man's stomachI and
found ullnistakable traces of strych
nine. He was corrob)orated as to this
test by D)rs. Gilder and Kihler, who
also gave tile symnpt,oms of str'ychnine
poisoing whlichI corresponded very
closely with thlose exhibitcd by John
son before his death, according to the
Th'Ie (defense inltroduced Drs. 0. B.
Mayer, WV. G. Houscal and D)r. Geo. Y.
Hunter, who( stated tbat according to
certain auntorities the chemical test as
usned by Dr. I tobert.son wa n1 ot conclu
sive as to the prescenee of strychnina.
HI alf a dozen or miore witnesses were
sworni whol provedl the good repu)itation
for peaceablencss and lack of violence
of tile (defendant, and a bad reputationl
for tr'uth andl vor'acit-y of Joe Smith and
Mary SmithI, witnesses for the Stato.
Mrs. Emily HTorton, Mrs. Ella Anton,
anId Marcellus HIorton, mother, sister
and brother of t,he defendlant r'espec
tively, and Loomis Anton, testified that.
Horton was at home or elsewherue than
at, Jfohnson's at the time t,he p)oison, If
arny, rmust have be.n admiinisterecd.
Willie Rfecr, M. A. Wheeler, Willie
B3uford and one or-two ot,ber witnesses
testified to facts Lending to supplort this
plea of an alibi.
Tire defendant testified in his own be
half and exhibited (luring tIs or'dea'
conlsider'able eIvidenlces of nervousness.
Hie saidl that in the afmernoon of the
day of Johnson's death lie wont to
Kinards to meet his sister, Mrs. Autoni,
got back homue with he ahortly aftm.
dark, then went to Willie Butord's to
return the buggy which he had bor
rowed, riding horseback back to his
own home which he reached about
10ol'lock and remained there during
the night. While returning home from
Buford's he passed Johlson's house
where Mary Smith gave hin a drink
of water, but he did not alight and
did not see Johnson. le admitted that
he got strychnine to kill crows and
that he had been intimate with John
son's wife before her marriage.
In reply the State put up Prof. S. L.
Powell, who testified that according to
leading authorities the chemical test
for stryel.n*ne used by Dr. Robertson
was certain and reliable in its accuracy.
Argument in the case was begun at
3 o'clock Thursday , afternoon. Mr.
1leaso opening for the State. He was
followed by Mcssrs. Welch and John
stone for the Defendant while Solicitor
Seaso closed for the Prosecution.
The jury roinaied out all night and
this morning on tho assembling of the
court returnod a verdict of not guilty
and Horton is a free man.
This Tells Where Health May his Found,
And that is more Important than mak
ing money. If your blood is impure,
lood's Sarsaparilla is the medicine for
you. It cures scrofula, salt rhoum,
rheumatism, catarrh and all other dis
eases originating in or promoted by lim
pure blood and low state of the system.
HOOD's ['ILLS are easy to take, easy
to opci ale. (u -e indigestion, headache.
A. C. Jones is solling goods so cheap
that the City Council has passed an
ordinance, upon the petition of Sum
mer Bros., and others, presented by
Mr. John H1. Wicker, a member of the
Council, requiring any man who will
on the streets of Newberry ask you to
take advantage of the bargains ho is
offering, to pay a license of Twenty
five dollaro for doing so. fit
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TIE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
j8peolal corre"pondeno Herald and News.]
Prosperity, S. C., Oct. 21.-A child
of Mr. Sheppard Lindler, aged about 3
years, got hold of a box of pill in
which there were about 20, and un
known to anyone, the child is supposed
to havo eaten them all. It was taken
violently sick and died in a couple
hours. When will parents learn to
keep such things out of reach of clil
We are keeping up with the proces
slon. We can't afford to lag behind.
Our depox, at the C., N. L. R. R. was
broken into last Friday night. En
trance was made through a window.
Tile two ticket cases were broken open
and the lock to the drawer in the desk
was broken and it was rifled. The
agent, Mr. Boland, had not left any
money in it, except some old foreign
coins, with perhaps a few old American
pieces, amou..ting in all to about $2.00.
They came very near having a water
haul as to cash. Not being satisfied
with the $2 they went into the ware
room and helped themselves, cutting
off huge slices of cheese and opening a
case of peaches. Thley lunched of? of
cheese alnd p)eaches. The peaches be
ing for pies, they did not get outsilde of
very many, and went their way rejoic
ing. We have not been able to learn
if anyone is suspected, but I anm told
that a detect,ive is at work on the case,
and we hope he will be eminently suc
cessful in ferretiug out the guilty par
The South Carolina Synod is ,in ses
s!cn, and a large nutmber- of thte dele
gates and ministers have gone down
from here. The people1 around Mace
donia have been making great prepa
ration for this meeting, and there will
be more "shotes" and miuttons and
beeves and chickens "fixed" up than
my old friend Chips ever had time to
think about, much less eat of. 01(1
boy, when I amt regaling myself I will
think of you. Come down one day and
enjoy the feast with "wee uns."
Tihe breaking in did not stop with
the C., N. & L. effort, but has boon ex
tended to the Southern Rallway offce
and the cotton offce of Wise Bros.
Trhey ought to know cotton is too low
for anybody to have any money lying
atround. I guess they are trying their
hand, but never mind, that is a long
lane that has no turn.
Rey. A. 0. Kirkpatick left here on
the unlimited vestibule last night for
Omut cotton receipts exceed the 2,500
mark, we are told, and still it goes
Miss Lillian Luther attended the
Convention of the Woman's Home and
F'oroign Missionary Society of the
South Carolina Synmod, hteld at Newber
ry this week.
We learn thmat Mr. J. Dennett D)omi
nick has moved -into our townm. He oc
cup)ies the Harmon house.
Miss A ikon, o-f Atlanta, GIa., has am'
rived and is reu.dy to teach tihe art of
Children's D)ay wnts observed by the
Sunday-school of G'race churcht on Sun.
day. The pastor p)reached a sermon to
the children in the morning andl ad
dIresses were made in the afternoon by
P'rofs. W. K. Sligh, of Newberry Col
lege, Thtornwell Haynes and R. C.
Counts, president of the society. The
children, and for that fact the older
ones, too, got some very good advice
from these speakers, and the thing for
thoem to do is to put in practice some,
at least, of the many good things they
heard. The society has raised during
the year $65 for the use of missions,
and by a special vote the entire amount
was appropr'ded to the Augusta Mis
sion. At night Prof. Sligh. preached
a ver-y atono semmn anrd it will d1n
good. We need more of such pungent,
heart-searching sermons. They show
us in our true light, strip us of our
self-righteousness and show us just as
we are and as the world sees us.
Rev. Dr. Hallman, secretary, and
A. H. Kohn, treasurer, are off at synod
Miss Harmon, daughter, of Mr. God
frey Harmon, had the misfortune to
run a sewing machine needle through
her finger. Dr. Hunter was called i.
and attended to it. It was very pain
Capt. U. B. Whites, who has traveled
this territory for the Atlanta Steam
Candy Co., has been made city drum
mir for the house, and is now at home
once more. Captain and mikados are
strangers in our- community now.
Rey. Mr. Blanton will start a pro
traoted meeting in his church hero
next week. He will be assisted by
Rev. Mr. Williams. le looks forward
to a profitable meeting.
The Central League will moot
with the St. Luke's League next Sat
urday. Don't forget this, delegates,
and be sure to be on hand. A pleasant
time awaits you.
The South Carolina Synod is in ses
sion at Macedonia this week. There
has been so many improvements made
that one would hardly recognise it as
the same church. New and comfort
able seats have been put in, new pulpit
and furnishings and everything nicely
painted. And the singing! You just
ought to go down there, Mr. ECditor, it
would do you good. No operatic fool
ishness, but good old-fashioned singing
like our papas and mamas used to sing,
and what we heard in our churches 20
and 25 years ago. The olection of
officors resulted in Rev. M. M. Kinard,
president; Rev. W. A. C. Muller, v!ce
president; Rev. Dr. Hallman, secretary.
The prosident preachod the annual
sermon and gave some very good ad
vice to his clerical brethren. The
presidont'i report was road and was
full of information. There had not
been a death amng the clergy during
the year and only two dismissals to
other synods; one received, with two
resignations now in hand.
Croup Quickly Cured.
Mountain Glen, Ark.-Our children
were suffering with croup wben we ro
ceived a bottle of (hamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It afrorded almost instant
relief.-F. 4A. Thornton. This cele
brated remedy Is for sale by W. E.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Alliance was held in the offico of Mag
istrate Cunningham yesterday. The
regular routine business was transactod.
The only thing of public interest that
was transacted was the adoption of the
Resolved, 7hat the Secretary be in
structed to notify each Sub Alliance
that the subject of organizing a cotton
growers association in the County, or
operating within the Alliance upon all
such matters, Iwill be discussed at the
next regular meeting of tie Alliance.
Trho Secretary was instructed to send
coplies of this resolution to all alliances
in the State and request that they take
action, and report their action to him
so that at the next meeting the Al
liance dan act inteligenmtly.
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics when G ROVE's TASTLESS (CIHILL
TroN1c is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case where it fails
to cure. Price, 60 cents.
Hlow Is This!1
Prices of Shmawes take a tumble.
You can get a lirst-class Shave at A. J.
Gilliam's Blarber Shop for 10c, only a
dime I Come as many times as you cani
during the week. Will be pleased to
ser ve you. Yours respectfully,
A. J. Gilliam.
P. 8.-Special attention given to
Ladies' work at their residence, or at
Home Office, Newark,
Assets July 1. 1887,1
All Policies Contain the
Promise to) Pay Olaims IMI
.Also Provide for CASH VA L
U,ke biliousness, dyapep'na, headaolto, const
petion, sour stomach, indigestion are promptly
sured by Mood's Pills. They do their work
easily and thoroughly.
Best after dinner pills.
25 cents. All drggkists. p E S
Prepared by C. 1. lioo(t & o., 1.)owell, AIRss.
The only Pill to tako witi I lool'm marsaparllla.
If you were getting seven or
eight cents for your cotton It would
not make so much differeieo where
you did your trading, as you could
then aIlord to pay high prices
without feoling It, but at, the pres
ent low prices, It Is very h1.1portant
that you find the right place.
I believo I have advantages that
are not enjoyed by any othet mer
chant in Newberry. My store is
really a distributing point for one
of the largest wholesale hoises in
this Country, and 118 1 do not de
pend on my store for my living ox
penses, a small prollt 8satiles ine.
1 am willin1 for any conillilnity
iI tlis county to appoin it vommit -
tee to investlgate the prices at
which rellable goods aIro sold, atl
I anm Uatisfied that they would find
that ty goods atre bought a ile
closer and sold closer tha any
house in the SIat, for tht! h Samll)
l A goods.
So if yol really wantit to biuy goods
that are strictly rial ble lit close on
to wholesale prices, yoi will come
to my store. We keep Dress Goods.
Silks, Velvets, Staple Dry (Good14,
ShoCs, Gloves, lloHlery, Corset.s,
itIbbons, stit,ihlo for everybody,
and the same treat-ment Is ate
oorded to all.
it you manko any purchaso t.hnt
you tire not, atlisfied with ilte goods
will be taken back and money re
funded. Come anld see its oft,en.
A. C. JONES,
Newberry, S. C., Oct. I, 1817.
TO START THIS SN.ASON, W
AlRM OPFI-IRNG SOME,
VRY LOW PRICFS!
I case 4-4 Bletichlimr. at 5v.
1 easo Outing, lit 5!.
I easo Indigo Bilue l'rints, 5e.
I Case Oil Red 'rilt.s, 54.
I CaS0 10-4 1liianktCs, 50c.
2 balem 4-4 Sheeting, 5c.
2 hales 27-In. 'lalds, ;ic.
10 pe. 8-oz. .1mns, wool fillling, 15t.
20 pc.36-In. H enrietta,wool filling,20c.
20 p14-n " " " 25v.
Ill out stock of i ilwck Dress (Goois we
have a vompleto line In finey and 1p11i
fromn 20c to $1.51) per yard'(. 1In our ( 'ol
ored Drcss (oods ouir stock was neVer'
better in this line; you will filtd st.yl
and pleies to suit. lIn our1 Silk St,oek
you wvill find all Iluhe new things that
are out, ini I'ancy St,rI>e), '11aids and14
i"igured. Also fancy 'el vets inl all
shades. We) wanit you to) see otur line
of D)amask, Napk ins and14 Doy I es--56i-in.I
Ried Dlaask at, 25c. llachin g at. all
prices. Iln Napkins we t:ani give vou 11
good one for 50e per doz.
You must see our line of l"lannlels,
Uunder wear anid Blankets, pice tA e
suit, all. In our
we are showing the best, line1 of Sai lori
over' shown. Our ne0w shadices and1( fan
cy HIats are worth your at.ention. II
ilbbons we can show you allI of the
ne0w shades anld c5)olring. Com and1t 11
see what we have now in fancy \'elling.
GWWe are, sure weO ennl please y'oui il
you will give 1u8 a look.
Davenport & Renwick.
N. J. JOH N
INDIATELYA upon Rcep NO
,UES, LOANS, PAID-U an<J ~1
At Nashville, Tenn.
-May Ist to Oct. 31st.
The Buildings of the Tennessee Centennild,
in nurnbern end architectural beauty, sur
pasu Atlanta's and nearly equal Chicago's.
Ihe exhibits are all ready, and are Inter
esting and instructive. The live stock
display excels any exhibition of the kind
ever made. The Midway Is great.
The Western & Atlantic Railroad,
and the Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis Railway run solid vestibule
trains with Pullman's finest steeping
cars, from Atlanta to Nashville.
For Sleeping Car Berths, or any
informati3n about rates, Hotel or
Boarding House accommodations in
Nashville, call upon or write to
C. [. HARMAN,
General Pass. Agent,
Special Notice: t Nashville e cap
then staying at homfe
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COLUMBIA. S. C.