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ALL, Em on.
hPTl 01V'AYINU TAXCS.
Al ready evel-al joint resolutions
have been introduced extending the
time for paying taxes without the pen
ity. One proposes to extend the time
to February 20th and another to March
15thlt6d so on.
We doubt the wisdom of these reso
Wtlous. Of course it will be very hard
on those who have not, been able to pay
their taxes and who would have to pay
the penalty, but we should not forget
those who have already made the sac
riflee and denied themselves in oder
to pay before the time was out., under,
the inpression that no extension would
be granted. The Governor gave out
the positivo statement, that no exten
sion would be made. For the Legisla
uro to go ahead now and nullify the
announement of the Governer would
have a bal elfect,.
Ttaxes hakve to b)e pald. Ve know
that, and if i should once become set
tied that when the timle was out, tialt
it was out, and no extension would b
made, people would not, be led to
hope tnat possibly it would be entend
ed. 11111 if h th Ile is now extended
those who have been paying V-irly will
wait to the last. anIld everybody will ex
poet tle annuaI extelnsionl to be made,
and wO will have the same old trouble
year after year.
Then what good will an extension to
I'bl-IIary do? ''lho.v who cool d ot
pIay in the fall how much casier can
they pay Iow? ( 1- expIerielle is that
m1o)ey is scareer and harder to get. now
tbha i was before Christmas.
We believe i' will hea I mistake to ex
teld the tiime: had because oif its hill
ene in tIei fuituri. \Ve sl iil be sorry
for those who have to pay the penalt,y,
but thlien we know from tll! beginIing
of the yval that. t-his is a debt we wiil
have to pay. aitiMt we Il jIust. as well
prepare for it. lilt the people are le
ing taught to expet. the tiime to le ex
tentled, it mllatters not lm) late in the
year it is placed ly litw.
TH Ealt O:tNIC'S M I-:SSAG 1-:.
We publish inl oitay's piaper (oy.
|-:llerhe's menage as it appeared in the
daily papeis (Iin \\'ednieslay.
I t is a short pa pt r and deals plflinly
with the puiblit. question.,. It is Iot a
renmarkablo Stato- paper but is a con
vise statemenvil inl rk gard to puibliv alf
fair.; :Ic wvili (.ompu-t- ver,y fav\orahtw'y
wvitll similar mess.aes ol other Gover
nols. It is fr".e froin hit terness though
there are sonolifilns at Jule Nimon
It is taIkeI 11) Illit'Wilpally with the li
qiOr i' i tion. \V til not blie ve
that, doing a%vay with tle 1'lit (atulre
wmuld help the dispenisary.
-lThiere are s;everal miatte'rs in the'
inesIges to whiCh we will refer IIatet.
i vry reader of Th e lIe raId and News
SIouldI read the message.
t seems to us that, if I ov. l1 lerbe
Ihad( ordered the Staite boar o~ i(f heal th
to Greenville wheni thle smiall-jiox lit-st,
broke out. t,hiere andl had directed t hemu
to take chiarge of the cases, the sprend(
(of the disease inm~iht have bieen stopped
rbi..ht therei.. Thi-e:iases in Spiarttanburg~
a re traceahh. to theu I ;renvilb- eaises.andi
of readr-,t.. d in:., ov rte.a
have i-l:e ia. > a e'
tary va---:mut.. o
bceei going oin '. pi
and the heahb omeerii ii aii ee
very vigilant, and itni ir -0.J Ther
atre no0 caseS of small -pI ox ,r any Vu
piects in the toiwn, e-pt th st iudient
from the2 St ate- colred (2(olegze, and he~
anti the whole hiousehmo]i have been
vaccinated and the place piut under
gt,as reported that there was an
OIlier of the (ragehUr; g studnts
II elenia. H1e will be kept under guard
If there shonld lie any case In the
town oir commlunit.y Thea 1 lierald and
News wi-ll give full panrticnlarts. The
people)1 have a m-ih to know it. hut at
present there is no Case.
Th'lere shoutld be at board (of health for
each township iIn the count.y, wIth au
thority and p)ower- similair to the t.own
hoard; or, at. least, therte should be a
county hoard. Suppose there should be
an eplimie orP suppos)e someone lIves
on the line of towni and count,y, atid
the otne just out-side the town lImits es
tn,bllishes something or piermlits It that
is 'letrimnental to the health of t,he elti
zonl on the town sidle, there Is no one0
outside the gr and jury to have it re
m-oveq, anid wo all know how slow they
Are in abating nuisances..
The Legislature makes a mistake in
>xtending the time for the payment of
axes. In this county the taxes are all
r%act,Leably paid and as we have -said
alsewherg it would be Injustice to those
who have made .sacriflees to pay, ex
pecting the time not to be extended to
go to work now and extend It.
14OODYOt TIAE COAHT LINE.
Quicker Peiedules to lie Made to the Up
Country-It in Said that a Solid Train
will be itan iseween Charleaon amid
(News and Courier, IIth.)
It is highly probable that one of the
flrst results of the acquisition of the
Charleston and Western Carolina
system by the Atlntie Coast Line
will be a schedule of tilns which will
put Charleston Into closer connection
with Greenville and Upper Carolina.
The Coast Line oflicials are saying very
little about theiv plans in this regard,
but it is pretty well known here now
that the management of the system
contemplates running solid trains be
tweenl here and t.he up-euintry in the
near future. Such a movement o,n
their part, would dolubtloss not only
prove profitable from their standpoint,
but would be very popular with the
business interests or Charleston as well.
If the plans of the Coast Line are car
riled out the time between Greenville
and (ICharleston should be reduced by
at least two hours. With the Charles
ton tia(] Western Carl-olita property 'in
the hands of the Coast, Line, the
t,brotlgh schedile and the qu1icker ser
vice can be very easily arralIged.
The Coast. Lin te has long had priact
cal control of t.he Columbia, Newberry
tnld L.auirenls rotail. When that line
took charge of the link between New
berry and I aurens the Coast LIne made
another stride towards the up-country,
and now that it has the branch of the
(Charleston atIld Western Carolitna
property, which riaches from Lautrenis
to (Greenville, it can easily he seen
that. the systemt would experience no
troulble in rnt-1iig its trains solid from
the ('hapel street station into the heart,
of the 'ountain City. This route be
tween Cohlnlbltia and Greenville is soie
forty milets shorter than that offered by
the old Columbia and Greenville Rload,
whieb is nlow under the control of the
Souther-11, atid the distance between
1tharleston and Greenville wouhi con
sequelit-ly he rediced by :ome thirty
Tdd mile.. his saving in distance
would naturally reduce the schedile
Ltime between the two eities by an hour
At least.. In addition to this the (Coast
I ine is famous tihroutghout the South
ror its rast running, ly pulling its
1hrottles a little wider open and short
nin1g up the stops at junct.ional points,
it, is Said tih t. the maniagt)emient sees
vii-te at least another hou1r can be
;aved. Th1i1, would mean a total re
iletion il t.he present schedule to
:reenvile of t wo iors.
But that is not ill. It is said tat,
ipart an butrg on one side and Grveen
wvood oi the other of Laurens will
~ome in for a share in the benefIts of
uhe proposed change. llThe Coast,-Line
4W cont.rols the A ugusta and Spartan
bu rg division of thle Charleston and
Wester'n C arolina System, If repiort I
:s true, the trains on that, line wviil b'e
miade to connect with the solid tr'aIin
fromu C'harleston . Grteen vi lIe. In this
way the tme to Spartanburg would lbe
educed, as would also that. to G reen- 1
wvood, and neighboring points. In fact,
ho,ulId the plans (If the (Coast Linle lhe
artried ou t thetre gill he rad icaul re
I ;itions all round from Charleston to
h.: I Jper Caroli na territory.
l-rsm ime an earnest dlesi re has
Lin > byv to budnre-s men of Char
v.r ) -ee 'omething of this kind
A n-, presetl timetF one leaves
There lut+ f movn gornyrog an
Mr.Jo u . Heut itn weekn
for j..' David ip.Mesm. . Char.
Mrn. Chas' Hq.u CouWts,'4 wh hasu !>een i
has sd is tnkogod and w4i:1044Iyi l "g
NIo tt e broad tleex ecs tttrve
Norh Caolin. Weij' winob hiun
b.oudead 'scs. o ik ~iiiu
Wre never I.coudsee wh ha maen of
ste mney,til whsioshs for doe smch
hoas budiing uck of goommndill ags
somte poran, lgepets taie Yraet,
Nth Co.aPolne we don'h know fac
auuibed sucesils ole.W.nti
Whsqe erecently, and may hav mnre
Stid satny hojet atero donesmic
Janar buidin upa898.ti a
Oene oMn Coget her luraie. qcy.
'tiha5. P hat jn)mI w do' k..o.......
Items Fronti ang Lane.
Mr. .'Ickens Canl pbell is boarding
wit,h Lar. and M rs. James Kibler and
attendi ig school at L,oun- Lane.
Mr. Wistor Swi idler and family
have mi )ved to Newl erry iand M r. Wia -
ren Su lor and wife will live it; the
h1ous8e I ttely occupied by theiml.
M r. ..A. Uikard has moved to hI,i
placo, and Mr. &. A. .leter has
moved .o Dr. it. C. CarlIsle's Glenn
Mr. Calvin Biaker has bought, the
Mayes place and lr. R. 11. Elmnore
who lives here contemplates movinlg to
"Dan.o lIumor" stlys Nfiss Lillia Bak
er will t,each the st hool ait Mollohon
Mr. Charley Sube - and family spent
last Sablbath at the old home in this
com mun lity.
The ;:oung people had quito a plea
ant gathering at Alia. James Kibler's
Mr. Richard Cald well is home for a
few weeks rest.
Mrs. i'liza lrown has returned fron
it visit to Fairfield and Miss Mary Long
catuC with her tospend some time with
her uncle, Mr. W. F. B3rown and fami
ly. Mr. James Long Is also visiting at
Mrs. --- Kibler, formerly Miss
LuCy Elnioro, visited at, her father's
The gentle spirit of Julia, the infant
laughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Brock
)assed from earth to its eternal home
)i> Tiuesdav last. Dow sad It is to part
6vith tha)..,e ii,tle ones, and what can
-end a mother's heart more than to see
hat, the cradle's empty, baby's gone.
%ay the Great 1hyleian bind up the
>okenl hearts of tlse afflicted parents
in( comfort them ir theirsore distress.
Yes, orr .ulia is to- ight
An a igel fin the c urts above;
Ave, ad always do the right,
And vou'll meet h nr in that home of
In One Day.
Toda i at, 2 o'cloc., at, the home of
iar. Od Al Duckett, (Greenwood, S. C.,
d 1'. Fr1ank U1. l ipp, of this place, and
4iss I attio Duckett, of Greeawood,
vere made man and wife by lRev. 1). A.
1hilips. Mr. and Mr.s. Hipp arrived
er'e trday on tihe evening train, and
ecre d 'ive VIout, to the home of the
~roomn' piarents, w her'e they will rec
naini util next wee C, wheni they will
nove tom W hitmireC and begin keeping
mouse a t once. MIr Hlipp is the eilli
ient ilerk of Mr 1I. F. Morrow.
Vhitm a'e welcomiies the happy couple,
,nd thu- best, wishes of the commnunity
.rc exte.ndled to theim.
T1onw'rrow evening~ at, t,he parsonage
,lpounding will he given the pastor and
mis fanuily, ini which cur people will
>artic'ipate. A verny p)lasant evenaing
At a c'itize.ns' maeet.ing Monday evenCI
ng a newx tieket for i ntendent and war
lens was nominated. Mr*. J1. I'. I lishop
cas nominated for intendent and
bles,r's. Uba-. T1idmIarshl, Dr. R. Rt
reter, J no. P. ["ant anrd 3. 1". Morrow
'iere nomin ated for wardecns. TIhe
~.etoia wil be held F"riday. .Januaary
PA-. I L.e citzens haave .elected a set
a gr,A r-. n. ar.d w feel that the town
S.: c.',-e ..r. r the:bir rnanagement.
T.-xry a: '.Ao rho!el anm excellent
i~ r..r i .t. to the relatives and
".:L.; Mr.ch o:' Mr.. Me:tts ir. honor of
:tet e';g!-.m r.day. It was a
Naa' eo:r4'. and' we wilh Nir.s
. )hr..gc.-. a onmg life!.
M. A. .
M-e . L rya .in Mrs J1. l.ueas
IL C.o- c, IJ:,:an.>r , are visiting in
h;.c .:'!i. o"mn aill keep all
'A On . rg m..l-poix away from
We m- a gX.e vs w~ Mr. TI. IL. San
MI r. ' iir ha4s a car of meal r. hoalis
at the sud rew Lan;-fordl place. Mr.
Outz kr own h ow t. f tt'in eattle,
I thi ik our coun .y might a.s well
build a peht house, for we will need
onie if t .i negro seht ol ait Orai;,;ebuarr
allow tl eir' students :o run at large.
LDr. I. Jmgebhore's other mare that was
burned anvd to be killed Monday. She
was a rr ass of sores.
Silve -Street, extends congratula
tions to Capt. W. A. MeSwain. Now
Jack, y"our time naext.
Miss Fannie Sanford of Newberry,
has been in town spending a week
wit,h ber mother. Shae will leave for'
Mr. Pr'aed Long had a fine possum
dinner a few days agoandPuck certainly
enjoyed it. Have another Mr. Long?
All or r stook of Clothing and WVorsted
Dress Good we will be glad to sell at
halt prie at iynn,., Cas Stre ,&2
MAIR IANNA ELECTED.
In tis, Hiouae lHe 1eceived at bl"Jolity of
Three, stId oil the Seuato Alellalon, the
Oppostion' Csndidlate, it(ec( IveI n'
MAtjority of Two, Makitg lanna
(holte ca joint hthilot.
Coltumbui, Oho, Jan. I1 .-Marcus
A. Hilitia wai elected United States
Senator for the short and long terms
today, lie receiving a majority of
throo over all in the House, and Mc
Kissou a majority of two in the
Senator Havia got 50 votes in the
House and 17 in the Senate, onough
After the ballot the Sonate and
Houso both adjournod till 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning. A joint rosolu
tion was adoptod to meet in joint
convention at noon to morrow and
canvass the vote cast today for Son
There is nothing to prevent
changes to-morrow from the vote of
today; none are expected, as the can
vass has boon. close and thorough.
When the two houses adjourned
there was a general stampede for the
Neil House to congratulate Senator
Ianna on the result of the balloting
today. The feeling for him became
intensely strong today because of tbe
charges of bribery that had boon
made by his onomies against some of
his friends. As many believed the
chargos had been sprung for offect
on the eve of the balloting, there
wore many who said tho chargoa did
Hanna more good today than harm.
Hardly had the result of the bal
loting boon announced this after
noon before a rurging, shouting
crowd filled the lbby and corridors
of the Neil House and choors for
Senator Hanna swept like waves
through tho house and out upon the
streets. Sonator Hanna responded to
the repeated calls from his friends,
and in answer to their demands
made a speech, congratulating them
on behalf of the Republican party
for the auspicions outcome us.
"It is not so much a matter of
personality," said Senator Hanna,
"as it is a question of keeping the
pledges, and upholding the integ
rity of the pairty, and of giving hued
to the will of tihe people."
The excited crowd lifted the Sen
ator from the floor and man after
nian embraced him while others
were shaking at both hands. Finally -
the crowd was hold back and gotten
into line and for fully an hour the
Senator stood and grasped the hands
and listened to the exultant con
gratulations of the crowd. "Thank
God, the right wvill prevail." "Praise
(Ged from whom all blessings flow,"
"Glory hallelujah," and kindred ex
pressions filled the air in choral
singing. One veteran with uplifted
hat shouted: "Senator, this takes a
load off me as big as a freight car."
The crowvd and cheering eQntinued
unabated during the afternoon. The1
feeling of relief among the Republi
cans was indescribable. They rca
bized keenly the impending danger
and gave way to extravagant ox
pressions of pleasure. Thre whole
city was wild with excitement.I
By other Houses will ever uin
dlersell or reach the level of Our
and Undersell themi all
A:-e offered goods at cost or at
half price, come to the Boo Hive
of bargains and you can buy the
same goods for a mere song.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors need magnify
inag glasses to see them! We
knock them blind!
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
You rs at only
.8 3-4lc. per yard.
Yoursi at only
4-4 heeting5c per yard.
4-4 Sheetrs at only
3ic. per yard.
Best Standard P rints
Yours at~ only
Good P'arecd Coffee -c o ad
Yours at only
l0c per1 pound.
IGood Green Coffee
Yoursn at only
90 per iroundl.
Soap-Good Washing Soap
Yeurs art only
3c. 1per pound.
All other Goods at correspondingly low
Is worth tw~ico as mnch at the
.Bebhive of Bargains.
- Thai n narean nale
ChajrRance Sale II!
I %, ill begin the New Year by inaugi
ratin r a
Con monoing Wednesdag,
Jan ,ary 6 and ending
Sat irday, Jan uary 15,
(if all winter (1oods, at Act ual first,
( ust. This In Aludes
x x x .X x x x x x x XX Xx x x x x Xx
Colored wool Dress
GoDds, colored Silks,
Colored cotton Dress
Goods, Jeans, Cas
Wool Hosiery, Fancy
Dark Prints, Ladies'
Capes and Jackets,
Men's Pants, Hats,
And everyt.hing connected with the
v-inter stock. These prices are un
I vard of befoi , in Newberry, anld
i )anly of the g iods cannot now be
1 ought at the prices they will be
Ifferedt at dm1 ng this sale. It is
i 1y ntent.ion - > close out each s-ct
.mIt before,th. season closes and
N-hile the peO; le iced them all the
!..rplus stock 4 each season, so as
I ) have
Nice, New, Fresh Stock
t) otfer i,he trade at, the lowest cash
I ies it] I the t ime, and you can de
1 enild on it that tile people who trade
it.h ie inl 189 will get just
i imucli 0. a little Imlore
I ,r their ioney than they got aay
% here else in Newberry.
4 GOODSAPPROB !
( aring this sawo. And every sale
i .ist be it po ivo sale beforc it
I -aves the stoi e.
A. C. Jones,
Newberry S. C.
.Jai uiary 41, 1898.
'0 3TART TH IS SECASON, WE
ARE OPFRING SOM'
4LRY LOW PRICES!
I eas~e 4-4 Bleacl.ing, at 5..
I c.ise Outing, at no.
I c;tse Indigo 1R1 1o Prints, ne.
I case Oil Rceu I rnts, 5c.
I cas 10-4 B3lanl ets, 501,.
2 b) t'es 4-4 Sheet ing, 5c.
2 hales 27-inl. Ph ids, 5c.
10 pe. 8-0?z. .Jena, wool lIilling, I5o.
20) pc.361-in. Hem ietta,wool filling,20o.
20 pc.44-in. " ''" 25c.
In our stock of lilack Dress Goods we
inve a complete line in fancy and plain
romi 20c to $1.50 per yard. In our Col
red l)ress Goods ourt stock was never
>etter in this line; you will find st.yle
md( pilces to suit. Ini our Silk Stock
'on wIll- find all t.he no0w things that
.rc (ouit In Fancy St.ripe, Plaids1 andl
'igured. Also fancy Velvets in all
hades. We want you to see our1 lIne
if )amask, Napkins andl I)oylles-56-in.
~ed Damask at 25c. Bleaching at all
irlces. In Napkins we can give you a
ood 0one for 50c pcer doz.
You must see our 11ine of Flannels,
Junderwvear and Blankets, prices to
nit all, in our1
ye are showing the best, line of Sailors
3ver shown. Our1 niew shades and fan
sy Hlats are' wvorth y'our att,ention. In
tibbons we can shiow you all of 'the
icw 4hades and coloring. Come and
ice what we have i.cw in fancy Veiling.
1[We arc' sure wye cani p)lease yout if
rou v Ill give us5 a (ok.
'Yoc v s t,ruily,
0Dienport & Renwick.
sTA''IE O1 SOlITH CAROLIN A
CO TNTY O1" NICWBlICHY--1N
Fy XM . WV. IHodges, Esq., Probate Judge.
WHIR E AS, A. J. GIbson, 0. C. C.
Pyl., hmath made suilt to me1 to grant
Mim setters of Administration of the
lEtat 3 and effects of Mrs. Nellie
Joner , dlecese dI:
Thell se are, thlerefore, to cito and ad
inoi;h all and singular th kindred
and ( :editors of the said( Mrs. Nellie
10ones, dleceased, that thley be and ap
>er >efore 1me, in the C 'urt (of Pro
Irnte, to be held at Newherry Coturt
11onls ', ''n te 22m. ily of Jani., neOxt,
after ,ublicat ion lbereof, at Il o'clock
in thIe forenoon', to show cautse, if any13
they inve, why thle said( Adiiilstra..
tlin shtoubtis not be grantted.
(G'l i uder my, hand this the 9th
daiy of D)eember, iAnnO Domilni 1897.
WV. W. H ODGlES,
J. P'. N. C.
Fi Hl' IR HM O1" lCVANS & WILSON
.1havIng dissolven by mutual con
sent they wish to thank their friends
and former customiers f,)r t,he liberal
p)atro 'ago In the past.
The, newl firm of ICvans & Wilbur will
conitinu~e business nt the 01(1 stand, and
solici tho p)atromn go of their friends
and formier Cus5tomers. Thl~s ne0w firm
will caurry a full line of Uiroerlos, Dry
GOOdi, Boots and Shoes and Plantation
Supphies. (Give themn a call.
- BIG STOCK OF GOOD-<
TO BE SOLD AT
RED ICILOUSLY LOW PRICES
The season is getting late and. we. still have a
big stock of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and FURNISHING 0008
THI LT WE W ILL SELL REGARDLESS OF PROFIT !
We wc.nt to turn the Goods into money, and. if
a big cut in the prices will do it, we will
certainly accomplish our object I
We have a very hobby line of
Suits, Shoes, Hats, Scarfs, Silk HandkerchIefs, Etc.,
That would make olegant Christmas presents I
Come in and we can show you
betterAthan we can tell you.
We mean strictly business -
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY.
A Great Scheme!
Why not make your dollars out of rubber? That's a
g.-eat scheme. Then they'll stretch, It's a pretty
b1 krd matter to make a Five Dollar Bill stretch over a
Tn Dollar purchase, and we don't promise to do that
ft r you; but, until rubber dollars are made, we'll
c< me nearer to it than any store you know of.
We'll 34retch a Dollar
S,) that it will cover an all wool knee pants
s it worth fiftv cents more. We'll stretch four dol
's and seventy-five cents of your common silver
n oney so it will cover a splendid all wool suit to
11 young men up to 19 3 cars old, worth $7--tho suit
n' t the young man. We'll stretch $6.75 over a fancy
C assimere Suit that ought to cost $8, and would
if this store wasn't here. Want to stretch your
it oney ? Bring it here, and you'll hin k its rubber.
t&f. ly. NEWBERRY, S. (j.
YOU ARE GREETED
T.iose who prize the value of a dollar can
not afford to not take advantage of the im
mense bargains in
now offered the public at Wynn's Bargain
Store. Call early and often and you will be
made happy, for happiness follows everyone
who buy their goods from
Winq's Borgain Store.
C. E. SUMMER. .H. SUMMER. G.I W. SUMMER
The Lead )rs of Deloe in
Low PniBa NB First-DIas88Qoo[i,
G rocerles, Hardware, Harness, Dry Goods
..Shoes and Clothing....
Onr load1 Wagons just received. Car load Carriages and Buggies
to arrive in a few days. Don't buy until you soo our goods and get our.
priee. W;a can save you money.
'Don L forget our bramnds of FIour': Obellsk, Favorite, Blue tBird,
Waterloo, K)ld Hickory. TPhe best Flour sold for the money in the