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X. II. AULI, EiDITOn1.
The last days of the Legislaturi a
very dilsappoint.ing to us. Soto ei
genius seems to have waved his wil
over tho lower house. and it is reet
ing from the broad views that. we ga
it credit for in the beginning of t
Session. Th'llev have voted down 1
broad tirc lawv, auni they have eut C
appropriation to tho South Cavoli
Collce_e down to $20,000 from :.25.0(
and divided the privilege IIx l'et we
Clomson and Winthrop. If thes. a
not, 1tkward steps we are VY no111
inistaken. If there is anythigi, tli
this State does need at t his timo it
broad-mindr , liberal ien of cultut
Oh! for a rest from iarow-miml
bigots! It al most seems to us. and i
hate to 1nake the assertion I hat I li
nominational inst it it ions of lealling
this State are aboot as rerat a elog
progress as anyt hi ng in it.. 'Tley hav
great fnny aood. leWi ' l atiI I 'u2e t
cnneeted with thel. and '.ey seni o
to) the world SOt;Oln few of t he ahovi. k it
hut the annual cr-op Of hit.>t' thiat t Il
tarn out every sutnller, we fear fll
thanl vounlterIbalanr les lit- -'ood mit
I.,very little Wolf'or6ito turne'd onteve
s1um11ner thinks thlt oly 11ath1 11t , har
inguand salvation is thu-ou"A theinat
of Wolford and its sprinkler attilt.
ment. '.very l.'lrnflnit l hink, that
1n,1st, -.'o Iy (I.Ir ,6nvilh'. down. by a
uinder iI:I, pool nkwilr l't-t-dy viv..r,
Ever\ I' : i i i i rdN't'ie'Stin
. aveidktso , id ito. is the only pla
16,1lt prilys of hl' e pvo er lnc th a
proper intonation ark :e :tid: zind 11
tlie' swotal nimst go a ny t" 1
mountainlsof Tentnesste4 to hild tru a'l,Il
uilit lterat ' knowitiilldg--.tf llt'roe
his rlibe tj,e inicarnathmn of p it-iy.,it
linless andl ::n wiod".it :aid is y mbhol
Of tile an elI Iil'*e' w ill i It) Wal ,
tile ''Sweet hyth a ll.0 .
The sre:t t,m ijorityv f t h'' e tIrad
ates ivturn tw t hpirnplovh-iwit h narrn
and perverted ieais. :tll ill-ill t1 h
into others. We want fist-la Sl:a
institutions of Olini"n, thn! will ara
luteen il of broad. liberal lin s. th
by their dail i vilv I' ll prvach tI
cree'l that by tho glIu (f (i oll all i
Can h o-aved. and hv 11hat alone1.
Awiy.\ withf lTOls if)d mi-rIw-m ind, lil1
falatie s and hbigot', th 1 ive --- i tI
hiceoull'ls. There is no 'rw il iii
ignoranocv, and t bel pr-vin-1 i t vr
iof t nee for h elor '1. 1 : :. lihl l"l
educati. l ' h U ni Til . '
Tho H-Ieald andl Now., hai alwa
b en a friend to the siatt. 2 l ai
Ut the same Itilne we ato prolldl I hat I"
Sullh tI e the '-etov ha;.th'
dolle mnore to wol k i- lo 111 .- m
gains St ate s!tt thl*- :t
other causc or. calu -ts 11:t1,.1 tl.;i
of. Did (i etihe ' I llt1ar y 1r thhi
that if Al tht t I l . 1 n -i lo tl thle
fer .tA denloli nlati is in l'hi- 1-itatc m.i f
who support *I th-n i nationl '
ieges were to il lp againllI 11,1 . a111
COllegL'S til rVe lo' (0If b2 I I Vlrly .
cMnStituienoy It-lt to h: p;nth"-, anl
Of or tale 1110SleIa'.- .\I er
filet, solune of thlk' l.' t l. i.' Il - t f 11
StatC VOlIl1!S at'. h-' wh.i n h'i
tion io pay "ikg Ithe ir- a t to C' - 1111o
of the Stc' t. . 4 11: 1: n' i.pa n
without, _! votiblin, or l l i. i t lu
IaSO suporlit the denominatitki
ofSurp s 'te,~' .\b-th li .':un ht -
safd Luf h'erans of th :a.:hoh
clo a.d and~~ wo lr w ti.'.h, :.
paretfrin themI,' .' l who '.n b. tl'
thisft State' '1iv 1 them el 1nt\ -m11
Aflndda our votfemporary/1and wotbl
Sfrtend of) the ht ciolh'iv 1 tals abu.
wthfienjdofldenomin\ at'a itolh.
xis hae I ibtell to11 pr'od'i I r (e' m2l1
whot thatl80 "the1 aninl et'ofhi
fote a mor t han countl1 rb2ange-- i'ok1 th
godtltones." HyThli,i of ttatde, 111(
tar\s we .-kowabre, wlo b;thin m>t o
any od Ut'e t : . -1 lf:1. :11i--. but -. hem
resntgho ag ittofm bigot-y unmf 211
spodw iniuch airo: a--hi~ wg da flog
progrer ecaus tion wij we .en
Thefor Cte conbn .--t1,' iSdn,-eat on
te grad massex of1 ti fhihh-u-n T
Stnator sp-don anae.re abg )11 oute
thpi ran for G taerorh e nd
ab u a' o im e n a ino
great ma- of our c ibl. n inthwp
HerO are some1 facts and 1guros taker
from Latham, Alexander & Co.'s eot.
t(i letter. that we coiuimend to 1.h0 eat-0
fiul coniaderation of every eottoitot..
Tie crop of 1895-96 was 7, 157,:146 b)i lvv
and It sold at the avorago prieo of 8.0.5
eeits a tpound, or i-10.82 a bale. What
made that ertip soll so woll? [t. wals be
caulse the farmies had learned a letswl
from thle yearl before whenl thley% ma1de
nearily 10.0,11.00 bales Itad only roe
d i-vivedu 5.79 eents O till alvejr3ag for it
Or $1.00.t40 less t t biy rcialved for
Ie the simaller crop of 1895-116, and they
Stit riled heir ti ten1t ioln to food crops it nt
lonSquntivialy rdc (Wed the awreage Thu
crolp of 18911-97 was 8.I757,91 btles and
-old .-it an averate of 7.42 vents, and
IV broui-hit $:38,629.:%-50 mortt thanl tihle to,
00A1.M0 ba tro d.'id(1 (1itd. Ip to t he first
of .laaiilry, 18117. there had been sent t<
Ilarket (;.:'9,4l,92 hitles which broul'hl
$2 12,9l35i:1. I'll to .lin t . 1, 1 89S
there had been sent to ita Iet 7,2110,
0:33 bales, ov 111,311 htles illor". (,()t tor
t"an for tilie It-eedini year, aIdI yel
tho faimers got $21,5809,1-4 il!ss tmtoev
What is tIht, plIatilt essol of it atIll? L,est
to) of cotton atll Iltore of food Supplies.
a i a It yearI. thiat tihe fatriu-ers havc
11 t u I'lred frm1111 thw all-cotionl I)lanII they
lthavo received Inor! mone11(y filr the
smnallol crop, and hI ve had ti'th Sow tis
fattiOn and ilnd11110ndent I feLIin II 0
kningil" that theY ha<l their own.I Suill
plics at homne. They mttade a prolit oil
t- he smnaller crop, butl t hey lost. 1mncy
I)n thle ha-"er o. Another. -uwh croll
this yeal- as thl' oniv rai ed hast year. wu
verilyv believe will lrintg disaster aim
ru11inl oi thle cotton f.' mit . T h -',is 4 t
miatter that. appeals to tei inldividiuai
farmer. for it i, at Ia tter that im st. hi
4.4nr,40ted hv I'lth. action of the indi
idual far-ml-v. Noor-anix:ation and it<
unutof re4soluitioul. wVill reach fliu
mo of the vvit. They are not worth 1
ceit, lot eve It'le papert t-y ire rI-it
tenl ol. In a l itwines of bisintss earl
ildividutal thinks and Iaets and mlaln
ats for him lf and farm1ing isa go busi
n11SSlluid thet flivimer is at buisinwss mnanl
is Inteh :-I) it his li all tu,;te ill-tctalt
in lIts. and Mlgoevtr heard of tt, Ier
cilain.t in ti les 4f distrte-s orantt i-.in
it) r'0tive toi Let vverv individhlal
farmrt.IaU k teill 11 uttter lh(*)nnle to him
I cl I tt tlinkc it tvr. AId low that
tit- tiit frt, pitcIlili-r the' nlext rop is
na ati hand lt 1i1 See to it that Ve
pmrts of a largo kIrIItig do not 'm otlit
for that of itsif and reported itItm
.00 i:tfift' It I i t -.1, I'S 1011 . 0
pries--l olt e's A < ;'Advoeatte.
The above i so i ii e and so well put
(i t wo cvpy it il fuill and suibmit it t<
tl, tettriou and vaOtil consideration o
(tilI fi-, A h erp Illeti S les
li ite and har11-der. times, bewanuse It
-.:kv the Idg crop we bavte to htly fer
jtil :u'- ne lc t111he food 1r)ps.
- It will b f r Imlieib rti lath t tuL f4ol
liwtd a Y"ar i m1ant y rI speit-k-ts just liket
(inly th tli i((ti t f vott(In wen.1t evie
nt v.-w.I.thl n 11han1 it did la1?.t yvar. Thw
rea% *c onM f(r thlt ,!(wd prit-o inl 1S95 wat
t a l t llt- i r wa1 s oi nly a it tlti oVel
f . 114l.o ) 1 I . es aidt I Il I k I, wt,im 1 1 1; -
at verlyv little expense. and inl aIddition
0i o 1'o ildil (It S wlr i aised and th re
i wa 'Ih t ill fl'k' 111in a d b. s1t . W v
tlVe _t 1t ( '011 10 tht p'l0 1 dani, and
I t ooner we dIo iII, ttht hIt t I-tv. M it its
it r1v y ay it i.,a matter for
oach faru-Ir to wmrk mit forl himll;t f. It
cannilt h1. lihul. by i-mnvi'ntimns and
-' re01tions, It h 11ough they will do nw
rt 11 1a . \Ve mu11st II n)'ot. i t t nitn k-Ined
t abouZit wha, miur n Ihbmr is goin 1) t) do
k mich a., wt. Ihuld b concerned t)
run ou r owns farinl ont buhsin eia princi
plcetn brtell it to the point cf self
tuat< tintIig am'li mina itt leo'w~~i s in
I thingoverexpof e hlri' we 4'imkttedan
11-( othe e mi'Ue hiaiterp has yit ceah
f weca' ofury e ti n pie nextofal to bth
lievte loweineat. of Ccle,. N-eilb f,ich
Polities scems to be getting more in.
teresting as to ession of the Log.
IslatureO draws to a-eloso. There will
bo no edti to the eandidates for Gover
nor thIo colniig uitmmillner. Two tighty
good mnii frotm Newberry are nen.
tionled in that conneetion. Both1 IuEt
not enter, becaeibo wo expect the Now
berry entry to h) i winner this Minme.
The separa1 ee ah bill of M a". Caugh
mnittl hals passed the ou'
Nothetrem Ittat.ontI it.teR.
The 'Souithtivn Ratilroad Companly
vill sell roid tail) tickets for the oCe
(!IsIota of the MIardi Gras (aarn.11vals, at
Hiaaminglam. A lit., Pebratuary 22nd, at
onae first-vliss litiltmd fare for the
rlnal trip. Ticlo-ts on saile 1;ebruaruy
l6th to 21s t, w'ith fintl linilt March 5,
A iso for ocevasion Joe .y Club Meet
int, i\u:gsti a, Ga., February 8th to lith,
at 3. 5 (-, a t d tit' 1) f'oin Nowbervy
anad IVrOsper--ity. 'Tickuts on sale 7th,
81b. 91th itaid 0Ihi, limited to 12th.
OAMso for oo'easion Grand Chapter.
Iloyal A e Maols. Chit'leston, S. C.,
Vehrmiw ,y 5th. at $8.10 from Nowherry
and $7.5 froml I ' aosperity for' the round
trip. Tickets on sale Pebratry 1.1th
and .lath, limited to 18th.
Also for- ovitasion Charl,,ston Driving
.\ssociatiota Neel, ('ara'lestol, S. C.,
"ebruay 1,th to 1(Mth, at $6.50 from
Newheerry ad '$6.310 front Prosperity
for the uiind trip. T!ok et s a sle
Vl'ina1y I Ith, 15th and lil, limited
t l'ruaaiavy 191th.
I'or furit her in formation concerninlg
tfhiese rates, IteCoa1modaitions, conveni
1Nes and advantages that this great
line has to oIlet', conistilt Agent ,I. A.
We ire told that there are a number
of vibid dog in No. 2 township and
that th.y have been biting hogs and
cows aind other dtogs andt1 the people
Iae get tintg ii Uatst a fraid to travel Up
on tihe iigI.way. iomie of the citizens
should take their shotguns and kill all
tho suspected dogs. There are too
mana1y Smty '3' dogs in the country anyway
aiud if they c uat he got, rid of any
othir way the shaot-UI pOalicy Inight
pive v'ffeti. I"he life of ois citi
Z1 i nota to bo comlipatred with all the
dogs in t h towtnship. No Onel hits yet
"i'et hittena so 6far as we have heai'd but,
tliert is no telling howv soon it may nv
cinat if the rabid dogs Itre permtlitted to
roin at lahit e utnmoleted.
An% Exie'llent Showr.
A lgo atildietie gr-evted Gorton's
.\ in ot arel it aI' St elig operta house
hast night. The voian'llty openled with
anit ovet't re Ila t.t pleased everybody*v, the
v'senieb' of t he cho-nis beinag very har
monl ions. I at -olo vork the m1)embers of
lte organizit,ion are exeellent.. The
Go'tla sextette and the Crescent City
(atttte w very popular with tile
aidianlv. t be ar ,u inl-' leinlg sweet Itd
haronius.-Tansri t.Derby, Conn.
N-.whevtry opelt houlse to-1a1orrow
Theau wea thr a' t beent slendtid i tor
Gnt Sat tuibty, wht ile <>rl'titido Willlias
( oloraed; was mtak inag lpri-ations to
.'ald ai ho . a littl e niegroi h oy fell
Ibaca' . 11 inti tutb of boilhinzg wiiter',
tiakiing alah skini off' his hack and
f. ee. 'Thei cahid di edl in the evenainig of
thei sante day.
'The pie of Ilouri is ad vaning, to
ouri w'rrowtt. hit I.we are glaid to know
heare has 1beent a quat.it,y of wvheat.
saown ita thi- siectioni. Of cout're our1
little' wonti 'aaedu ce thle price, bitt will
5ave'a titme mionecy for' us. ()ur
thro tats wvill bes tiekl1ed prtatv ofteni
ftrotm naowun ttt ii t hae anidd le of ,jun by 13
te tuse oaf iorn bremtl.
.\ li'sse lier'tha Addy' anad Hole Iclp
t ing, otf Neiw herray, v'isitted -M iss Fhrie
l'.t itng hiast l'iday areturninlag to thoir'
thips, ty We taimia the activit,y of
yourt "'yal letr.dlg." *ife cant tur a'lirouand
miore taimes it a secondi thant anay dlog
we everi sawa. D)id yougthmfo
IHotnest, & Co. arae saiwinag a laage
qu ian t it Vof lumbher--maore t-hant uisua
for' th sam itte timeat of y'ear*.
'The pupalils of "'our"' Pom~arhia school
Itial a Ileta ant sutripr'ise last week ina
athe wayt3 otf ai b)ounteouts treat by the
I eacher.ep MI is Li lla Glenna. The disei
lin te of herci schlool is governed by lovo
mi precfer'ence to)i 3h r'od.
In One Day.
A LL PAIl'Tl:S AREF HfERlMBY
wvaaned not, to hirao or harbor
-Wi llie Sindlear, color'ed. [To Is untder
aige and( niot at. libera y to maake cot.r acts.
N0110E of8SAE of PEASONAL 0PR ERTi
W E WITLL SEILL A'T PUBI',C
oiatery, On [i Thursdlay3, the J10la
day of Februt'ary, 189)8, for cash, the
per'soal propet.y of the Estate oIf Mao.
Elizahoth A. WVillliams, dlecenised, con
sisatag amost 13y of hi')asehaold anid kitchon
faarniiturae. 'The side will begIn parompt
13y t, 11 o'clock.a
I. D. 'H. WIi ELiT'~,
E'xeenator't of thao last Will andl Tosta
menctt. of Mrs. . A. WVilliams, de
caised. 2t, t
WqAT CASH WILL DO
Have about $5,000
. *K Handkerchiefs
Etc! Etc11 Etc!
Than I have room for
and have no place
to put my
New 5priig Goods
Which we are beginning to open up,
and as the volume of business
is what I want for the next
three years, more than large
profits, I have decided in
order to close out everything
that was received at my store
hofor3 Ji. Ist, 1898, at actual
cost from Wednesday morning
Feb. 9th, to Saturday night
Feb. 20th. This salo includes
overything in the store except
Our Spring Stock wvhich has
been arriving .since Jan. Ist,
and in order to induce you to
buy your spring goods early,
a discount of ten per cent on
every purchase amounting to
more than one dollar, will be
allowed on sales of goods re
ceived since Jan. 1st. During
this sale I desire to keep my
clerks busy and to use Febru
ary which is generally n qJuiet
month, to give the trade
the benefit of the lowest
prices they have ever paid for
goods. Trhe cost mark and
the invoices will be shown any
of our customers who question
it being bona fide cost sale.
During this sale, all of our
Standard Prints will be sold
at 4c, we will sell a case of
Outings at 4c, Newberry Mills
Drill at 4ae, 25 pieces of half
wool 28 inch Dress Goods 8c,(
Coats Spool Cotton 4e or 3(
for 10c, R & G dollar Corsets
at 75c, Vigilant (R & 0) Cor
setsa at 38o, $1.25 and $1.50(
men's anid wvoman's shoes at
$1., and $1.I5 Stetson Hata
at $2.50, our $1.85 and $I.50
Hats at S$.00, Lining Cam
brics at 3}c, Etc., Btc., Etc.
This is a great opportunity4
for the people to get choiceo
lesirable goods at wholesale
prices, in fact during this sale
it will be your privilege to buy
what you want as low as any
merchant in Newberry can
buy them at wholesale. And
wvo want you to buy from
Is while yen can get these
idvantages. No goods sent on
ip)proval, every sale must be
>ositive. Come early before
>thers get the choice things
ye have to offer.
A. C. JOiE$ '
The People's Store.
Jewberry. 5. C.. Feb. 8,1898.
like every other crop, needs
A fertilizer containing nitro
gen, phosphoric acid, and not
less than 3% of actual
will increase the crop and imi.
prove the land.
Our-books tell all about the subject. They
:ire free to any farmer.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
9 Nassau St., Now York.
By other Houses will ever un
"dersell or reach the lovol of Our
and Undersell thern all
Are offered goods At ost. or at
half price, come to the Boo Hive
of bargaims and you can buy the
same goods for a mere song.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors need magnify
ing glasses to seo them1! We
knock them blind !
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
Yours at only
-4 Shirting 3 3-4c. per yard.
Yours at only
--4 Sheeting 5c per yard.
Yours at only
UAc. per yard.
3est Standare Prints
'Yours at only
4c. per yard.
Iood Parched Colke 4
Yours at only
;ood Green Coffee 10c per pound
Yours at only
loap-Good Washing Soap
Yours at, only
3c. per poun ad.
tll other Goods at correspondiIgly low
Is worth twice as much at the
Beehive of Bargains.
The Fair and Square Dealer.
SWe have decided @
not to Tak<e Stoc_k @
Suntil Febuary 1st. @
S(EXCEPT BLACK WORSTEDS) @
At 331-3 per cent -@
SIf you need any- @
thing in the Cloth- @
Sing line, this is @
YOUR CHANCE. @
Il Goods marked in
This sale means Spot
lash to every one.
No Goods sent out on
Respectfully, ~ t
0. M. JAMIESON,
A E NV ED0
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of strictly high
grade Chamber Suits in' Walnut
and Oak. A full line of medium
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
R. C. ILLIAMS.
t. ly Mlain Street, Newberry, S. U.
Why ndt make 30111 dollars out of rubber? That's a
great scheme. Then they'll stretch, It's a pretty
hard matter to make a Five Dollar Bill stretch over a
Ten Dollar purchase, and we don't promise to do that
for you; but, until rubber dollars are made, we'll
come nearer to it than any store you know of.
We'll Stretch a Dollar
So that it will cover an all wool knee pants
suit worth fifty cents more. We'll stretch four dol.
lars and seventy-live cents of your common silver
money so it will cover a splendid all wool suit to
fit young men up to 1. ears old, worth $7--tho suit
n1ot tlhe young man. We'll stretch $6.75 over a fancy
Cassimere.suit that ought to cost s8, and would
if this store wasn't here. Want to stretch your
money ? Bring it here, and you'll hink its rubber.
W . __Y. NEWBERRY, S. 0.
H arris Lithi" a; arnae
ro RELIEVE A MN tASE F INDI61M10N IN ONE MlNTE'
TIME 011 5I0NEIY REFUNDED,
If tIkei afltl' each} }Iea1 will CAre the8 YJoItge ofIihgetin
Road whlat the emninont Dr. Devaga, of Chester, S. C., bas to say of the
I have used Harris Liithia Water with tho most. excellent results where
[ have been able to get my patrons to drink a sullicient quantitv daily.
[ho carbonated has no equal in gastric disturbances. I t is an eeollent
~ablo water. It is a plensant laxative and is a sure cure for Flatulent
Dyspopsia. .S. M. D)EVAGA, M. D.
T1his wvater is for sale ini Newvborry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Jones' and WV. E. Polham's.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be open at the beginning of the season.
For rates and other information wvrito
Harris Lithia Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. C.
Fine Whiskeys, Wines and Beer.
FOR, FAMILY USE.
A.ll Grades Choarer than at 0. P. Houses I Y
Save Money and Get the Best by Buying of
Send in Your Order. Mr
Particular Attention Paid toilOdes
NO. 2 PEACFHTRE~~SUJ
L ANDS WANTED.IWo
)BERSONS WlT LtrIANDSA (j> NOTiI(', i~
.itt a le ar regnettsted1 1< puit them, il ha,it t
y hanLds for sle. I aim nt constant r ,. Pet,itio JOl th j is L ( INN
Ot Ium'O tti .Not -l, W.ni X it" fI'Ottf iei 'PIPOn t
nhs .h w ab e to,~ I 'I minor .'lI iNrf gurdia n' or
to dot a iled dlescrp ortcu t vi 1i,t ' tetantu y0t aviei I n o 3
ve. No chei~ wVii11fhill beu mad ~ Ft "oi I0ge resp: n e~ vl'')~ 0 O
Lisfactory sale(s are miade. u ho, I ' 1,~~(. i: N m A rmad >. '~I(
~ation, character of land. .'. . e star otf)j( saV(it -i htuitears
to)t' railroads1, postoille " J e l i n . O ai bo t( t e 'r s i s ane' 05
tirche s and tow ns, id - 11t~ ., ~ ' t Ioingd fron ive nnd red ,/' o
ential wvhen so desired. " - h\ n r ar es or , eeti bu
JAMES C,' (iand;~ Laturensp cohnt;JQ * ily in
oum,. .State Iad. .3HISN