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poat aud vest. Only two I rorai
ber with new mark.
Mr. Hant asked that witticas as
SQrt all goods with 1). lipp's old
mark on them.
Heutz aid Miller wert also
callod in to uassist in the arralngo
muent of the goods and tables werev
brought from the jury room on which
to arrango the goods.
After goods wire topai nted. the'
cross-examinat ion of .11r. Sumwr
G,is on tab11l are only ones wit h
D. H1ipp A C-'s mr-k on them
4 lirs I'-s
e ',t;s n k '1 e
abot n keth
th m to tit
lHipp's na-k. Ib- I II
had] itwoo i brc . -I n 1 :-upie a :
h, IIrhIoo . o f I'omrIa;II . e I .l I& / -
soluIII n. I c ra va. w \v
(t'o.'s It rir oln t1 11.-1 \% t 11 n ) ! :tr i 'ii0
1-he111i. -1 , ilk h I (i ert iv( \\ i ! h mar-k
i d i ..tht w i I th :. Z 'k in 0 r (r k
box loves li-, A I v p:.:
this, pa i r -amI I I e 1nt 1 : b . x
Ne-1 io ot V ~: x: V : I. i pA
SiIe-i r it N 0 ev11 e,aw i, ikSoI
llx l 14r el ii:lelod t' in t p. iph.'
St ire~ with oitheri A ', ood wii h I). Ilipp'I
o . H. lIl
Sworil, extlimd for state b M\lrof..lh
Book-keeper ill illyv fatler' store.
Wheln I Wnt, to mY fat her' stori there
Wias il) 141l Mc:til flo r ill I li i. ( )r
dored i t alok,t mlid'l;h.hoinary, T .
\rote W ill IIit,r tter in answer to
onle recoivo.d from himi 4,kin 11mph>
11ellt Is Ci'k. i,ItiI' r il uittll e4
celliber i, Is97. slatinl, could not gie
himli eplomiient.. N-w locks tuIt thre
since Clristoa.. ()n fron litor dimii
told warsleour doc or, alt .; .f l ant
llary, IS9S. Tholl'-hi itvg,g re-e
we bholild have othi'l lfick.. .\lh lrt
Riser was clork inl .tor ke r a21 , ,Igo(. 1D)(
lot kImmw that, le had i key to stortl.
We thoug'.ht Ithat stort. mighit hI ..iable
at any time to be brokin in.:ani to
ittike itote itre ife alzgaii.t :1bb1eit
Giolt tre Monday aiftert dilinner.,.\l
at.t et.i un wa liled tov ,iufinigi toods.
(lhj:ct i ons i ci is nu .l ubyl defns t-o all ii
'ross-exattitnec' by~ .\lr. 1[nt
titonthls. (calledl int \I,'. .\lbet I fi'.e to
ithlpime et my in>ol. k il i n .I:itef
iti rightn . Iton't launOt houw nit-h .\
bet it lst 'ccled 1010 ytlh tA t'ln Itt
illie _ IN IN cl ,T te 4: ;'mit ac: oiti
aJ it- know he bouljttrme pantc fr in c
stheon'y last year an-d paidl'iw alam-,iiil
alldit w s ch t;x'd awt*: n .. . n ;n
Sic i . INitg 'u Il(" tI.\l i; ct ili-:'tltli.
Jut cst. befoce c adjouunwn hfli inner
theitjm-y ut i utd. l'401 irvi-c w i juo , w ill
nmvhe (ondcted lii simsi from cii ir nwals 10
andt ket. inhsody durio' lth nit t.oh
he d lulblTV t til I:l'i N'i ' \iefti icin INii>
Mr. to141 .otnstoneof cmnunitn for th ate
tate st-gested intt cour-it hi~e tr met
12aorleond holtt d hae iio l s o li.
theu case bfor efe th sand fi tey welt a4(
udea spee(ii-O ldal p o iti a to New=1
berry Cotyih1111 lP thIs itnigouritcanot
go0 iniit nexto w eini to thnis lae were
boer dsolvted andrt.edfnatoh
noJ hde puton tril agin fortu thean
ILoffese,o )4 and M .: oh4m-tt t.hougt' byu
theiprogrein thatIi hadc) iee madecc th Iat i
howould agrmpssbl to gt nt trg by'
h12 fe t 41 -as.i t o'clock,Saurayniht
Counsel afordefns sadt they hadni no
da oneofcaie wolde foe xtee Sto wats
urdaytiit and they lthogt wlns idold
h.or ofII ther fot.tn i ott
Junndl) Solieto, sai e.togt,te
couhtl oninih Satrday and on wsc
avrse tosputtg ' a trs Jin teira seats
Klowgeohaniehs. )ixed now,l ano
thes oldare to a o the morenitns
Sthat hou wsm fxed, dsIt ntvI
Aot the' fernoo sesi otttn te etin
-: no tnued Qan te it, itnecle
w a .......
$Worn ald oxamined by Solicitor Seaso
for th State:
Was with waigon when Risvr's louse
Was4 scarchod. Retcogniizo somev of
doods as found in liser's. 1)ove the
walgonl to Magistrate El Hsor's. Wero
not. mlixed witl any other goods. Saw
Willie liser in baek yard.
Cr. by-aminti by 1 l. IIunt:
Don't think it is iore thain half mnil.
out of way by I'omaria, and it, is bet tOr
road to -llesr's.
lio-lieet: Did not miake any other
soar-hes. but oilters were male.
11, \v. HLLO..WA.Y Rr'.A'.\ ..
Sa w iI pants tin Mr. David I l li pp1
-ade of elot1h intite as pants goods
fou nd in lZise's ho1s'e.
The State closed its testimlony on the
IC X. I'm:at ion.
t Prt \tFN Y lt C 'Nt
3as . lCoer. one of the diefend
as We :irs wit eS pEt Up for the
A v and was examined by .it. lunt:
!aw one of the defendthtis. Ati '5
Otans "AAWt itie" .1 a1113-pronvilt hot,
vy Aoev A except the four years,
ha: tim. that I spent in the
o!:" Wetk A,-O., v hen I wa
at myI In -e I saw somNOe mnitl
ma :lc!y wer o - mr w hat the
n .As itmwas abot dintner time I
hOse a id ~We!t to the
\' he i got thlete some one
a Ome ont se-:rwhing
-\ be I wett ntan fed and
e :-". ad wleni I vnam1t
aw llolowvay in
t -- i v n t k aI
IN te .ad already opened
a:i .r. wEn: w as Vittny on
it bl d tak a :i-* of the thiin s
k tvn 0" : f tie tuInk and box-s.
i.y t-\ oed ie any authority
ft' go 117 il iny heo e. They began
n I h1"m ra)\ n2 anyth ir to moe. I just
walke i wlt of the I-ton and left tleti
to 'k to with their work. I lain
boucht hown and bleavhed hmnespun
fr Vn eielantS at Ne berry and 1'1,S
perity and ilid it in my house. 'lhe
rea-Oln thie-e goods remained in Inv
h 1u t umde was owin to the fict
lly wvife wna not strong atlan was ove
Wot'keii -ii h nuri-it linth invaIlito tuot her
who) had been with 1ts for 14i months,
atit :-ie had not had time to imake iup
tle e11Oot h. I kept no books and took no
hills to show dates whe I bought, goods
at thte stores. \When I go to the depot
i so to d1e wtat tradi'n I have to do
mti go hack. and always trade with
tie-I-rk I tnet. Never loaf arounl.
;te-ralI *v tradt with Mr. 1). llipp himt
Se If . Nevetr been to I'oma.ia ftet
dark in 11n- life- kxept to pass t here
somlit i n 11 1- rett'n.1ing frot * joint
4ctnll Ineetings of the church . Not
one thing in my housi stoen from 1).
II ipp by InI( anti if there wis anty thinlg
stoili it dit kn 1 ow it wias stolen.
Soie of I hest. goods were brough t to
ilny lonse bY iu(! an1d somte by tmy sons.
They like to go to the sto-es and we
woln Isolictites send by thet for
what we wanted. These goods that,
a-c-re taken fromn liay house betongedl to
whouu have roomtls in my htouse upj stis
bet-t buitnitg and selling for twvo or'
t hree- yea i-s. Th'ley keep a sor-t of com
mitsaryu awitht wIch to paty off t htirt
Ituttudl. IKiel)ep ls and setlI themtt. I
ais not in roottis wit-e ttiey- seagrt'jlt(l
I asked themo toi go to dtinnter withI me.
'Two uf the parity did go otut~ to dinnter.
MyI bonttse was titeni. Notintg wee tr'iedc
tot tictie'al, If thtese grottt wc.re stolet
incest thosit ively I i ntot knowu it.
Ihm'nt kttowu whletre he keeps his untiform.
Ilitve secet it ini his roomli inl pasintg the
wen-tt to I 'omap1*ia andti btoutght -I sni-ks
"th-l lilteadle" lourt fromi MIille-r. Got
tie othe l tturt in tieait houtse ft-otm so n
WVillit-. lTiok otic sank itn kitcin toe
ti-e zitild fIuti c it. titotr uttdl let it teicel itt
satcks liitr fretm Stetzlert. (et, theit
"It-l leadle" to pay otf handtos with in
I tadl suit, cf clothliis taveon tilndtt thbe~y
wer'ec felin tg it til to put w.-ithI otheir
gtotits. Wife is tmot thnt- of It chittireni.
I aft, w ifit itt roomt andti stepp ied ott ..
I louist wais in heir poi.session,i
tan't idetify- thle goods, Jiiiy gotids
ati di ferntct. places andl( ttake not bil. IIH e
h-uiutntert. Ihuy mttost, whaIt, I lbuy tromt
U- tt i p . Stio of the tIIngs here- I
kniowa nothItin g about.. Ntevert bonghlt
iameki initosthes. We haI tve lnIt ( c iCl at
A lber-t gavei ni-y wife,. >iece blue1 Uln
tntel ide.'ntilied; some ti tne in last ye-at
stummtler or' fallt thtink it, was fall. TIwo
pir ts shite-s I beought, si ne Chr tistmaas.
P'iri boot-s taken ot, tmy room1 wer
kno hottw lotng they' had been I there'(.
A'-n Iir tctarso shoes ltad beoutght
ftromt Willi In iser-. (Otne more pair'
ft-om WVill in ltiser- not, here. I don't
Ikttow about these goods my wife with go
ott stand. Ibid nothintg to (10 with hap
ob.tmighit haive) been in methouse.
ITake them out int yard to paiy off. Kept
tthentuti thteir roioms. D)etectivno an I
IHentz got thIintgs out of theit- roamns.
'lTade with negroes. Never saw them
tradle withI whtite people, ICd. Koontattd
-Noon keep commnissaies. Thteire
attn othters butt can't nameil themt. Can't,
tell ho0w long t.hes~e goods have been't
thiere. liatrness htad not, been there
long. Box goods upt stairs dotn't, know
how long they haid bceen ',leere. My two
boys had greaten' part of these goodi'.
T1ook themt fromt their p)ossession0.
MIrht have bonnntersitrunk,..., . o
not romilber. Could not say that all
thes goods eatie olut of imly house. Son.
will, bioug ht part of teiin tti e. Told
1Jollowaiy it) tal whaltver lit foniid
that, wils stolen.
Whenl I fol loway gut ready to lea vee lie
asked for lJo.es and wagon and team.
thoug h I hal lion ing of im iortac e,
yot I lot him have Iy wagon and t'.1am1.
antd he promisetI to send it back before
nlight. A ti he did not sond t hoim back
unltil aftel. Iight.
Ie-direct e XamInIi it ion by Mir. CIII
breathi Hire 11o retIlar hands. work
myself. II ire hands in snutilner to do
hoeing :ill gaherig. I ire goed
mIany hands durilig year. loys hile
good maiv hand. and pa them by the
ALUE'.T F-. MiSE,AZ
sworn. exainined by 'Ir. Iunn1t:
Mr. lNiser wtent thorl;"Ih tile goods.
lBong ht leather colla fron .1. J. Ilont.
at I). I ippi'. Sth I'ebruary; gave him
i 1. . Tabh, q ot h boug h I from \V. I,.
ibatton, 1l-'i ted to he iai riel. l'n
antod now to lie married. Hioughi
searfs froil \V. '. Hattion in .July (r
August. aable thna.k frotm 1). Ilipp
,, Co . wotildn't be posit ive which klerk.
'iece hhe tnnel ihought from 1).
Il ipp. .1. 1 . I i!er clerk. bet ween IiS
a til t l Ile b I i er. and gave it to iy
IlIk"hor f*.or her kindnets, ito milt. P'ieve
fine dress gools fN on 1). lipp ,, Co. inl
JuY Or .UgUst ab1ott 1I1n I"11il t table
eloth. AnotLer pieco vtorstcd bought
frnot 11. Ilipp & Co. at saine time in
sttnI1t'. I 'oght 'hese goods simply
becauske I was courtilln a g irl a1nil her
pairents oheet l to it. and I expeed
,t un a w a wa1 v oreI)arv
ing to have soni goods for her, as she
conld take nonle \, it 11 her. Io IIgIt
tiltIl fIrotm .r. Hattonim litself. Some
(If mV friOIs knew of iimy engagen
'air -ie hoes No. -I iz yoinmg, lady
wcars, b'ou;ght fro \-)[1 W . . I.I.t ten 1.
'hIeee paits ti1lsIBro. \Willie gavt tile.
Two hidy's silk handkerchief-. bioiglit
01ne for ai y oig hiy t'hristinis and
t le Ot her fr bir tliiy . I lit gve one
yoing lady ;.olil IatIhI insti.ad, and
the Other's bit ltiu 1is not Irivetd.
Spoons and forks hought last wummiirier'.
Ilnldie . Shvaly iaz. t \ I f the :pl)ions.
We had gine to .itAtle oUntaini to It
party and took a wateritun and tIl
spims t" tat, it with and he kept two
in his huggy. K nives aml forks binght
hIst SIIIeI to gti to huIImsC k40eepiIg.
Shoestrings and ienlvil. hollti lit in ('hi
tago, II!. , fro tin Sea is, I Z eul vik & Co.,
last simnter itnil hitve theI hill i niy
pocket. Showed hili fOr ineiis.
SpoJ olv(ltton bimu'lht fromt \V. TI. I Iat.
ton off and OnI last yem-' aI several tines.
.\l-o three tratvati andl pair nits .hiim
r.I. latton. Three nt lige irits from
I lattol. I 'nd1t.r vests from H.-ttv-0,
storte last sIIIIIer. 'T1iwo lindeir shirts
from Ilatton ainl otie dow.tIn pairs soi-k"
also Iroim lh ittoi in strteuber. I sed
ot hers. Cotton -phrtids cliecked from
latton or 1). I Cipp & ('o. I'ieeve pants
good., from )ih-o. \Vilic. 'Iwo pa irs
pamits and tOvo coats and vcsts last,sm
Int fromu Capt. 1Iatioln. 'ai' palts
bought. from .1. .1. 1 eitz; got wtii outi
show ease. lIe said Nir. Hatton had
nst .. eturniied thiemi. I 'aid : 5 foir
thleni. Al ways hiavie Itrad ed with Ii).
Iippi & ('o. (lerketd for NI i. i- ipp ini
wi th Mi'. II i it. Iloririwetd tnuii-y froim
lii ppk\ Co. $1:1.'t. last,y3'ear. lI ce'tipt Iro
tduied signted biy I ). liip lii ( 'i. Septeni
this bietwteen jIl0 andi .iC0 withI stoire.
Never mile st ateme n. to IIl hllway
hat stimie of t .hese goodts we not
stoileni. If t here wtere stolent goods in
that. housne didn't kniow it.. These I
have identified were mine. I bouighit.
tthoim and paUid for tem.
(ios-exaii nedl by Mr'. .1lhntstonett.
A in still expjetIn g to) rmarry thet giri.
Abouitit last ( )et obe r aba ndoned idea of
itinning awvay. llogt~ some stmnwet
gootds antd sold t hem antd tusid thieim.
IIav nt~.ot tilfered( thlest' gioods for sale toi
anybodyl. Iiioghit cole ealilco dress
es front Nit'. .Ino. C. A\nlI. t'an't tll
color. No hinting and t rimmninlgs anti
wvhiteo gootds. Iavte inoit bought trimi
mnings. Not to1 ie made op until after
we huad mnarried. l)issoltion of I).
IIipip & Co. took plate in Sepit,emb~er to
my knowtledge~.. I loughit hailf do(y.el
gauize shir ts latst, siumm ne r frtioim flittton.
IDid not knottw thle oit r~ gtoods were't in
myi fatht'%, huorie. Dotn't kiow how it
wats that, thiere were t wo latdy's shoes
i in unk not. miat es. Only one, pir ini
t heir whIien tru nk Ileft. imy houitse. \Vear'
143 coillari and lttj or II culf. Negligee
shir t, wear' from 153 to 17. 11low tither
gotods got ini hiotus doni't, know. ll(ave
seten Al i. Cliire nceI Hundtriek tomne tto
thet hiouse withI valise. Was surpirised
wilen I sawt the goods broughit outt.
tidni i't kniowv \V ill ki 'pt etomiuniissary'.
D itdni't keep one my~sel f. \Vi ll isome
t imies deals ini goodmis. I (ave not, been
in \V ill 's rooini in foutr or fivye yeatrs.
I 4i ye in same houitse. "rien cly. 110e comies
In miy itnrt. NIine Is dlown stairs. Paidl
no'e and11 motiittgnge antI h ave not got..
ten nmort gage. TVhinik buggy andl horse
arc in lthe mnou t-.a, littd iiot, ic edt
tilterattioni .in tdate of receiplt. lI ceeip1t
wits g ivent hi te(one itft.oioni in stoi-e.
NIrt. Johntstne watnted to see railroad
rece iplts for gotds cliaiimed to lie bough t
fromi Shearis, I otpbuct'k & Co.
'1Two of the Impoons were giveni to l.. A.
Sheely and the young latdy he hiad with
himi in the hiuggy anid I had two sptoons.
\VWe also had one ease knife.
A t thiIs po(1 int the cour t., tooik ta receu s
until this motni ng at hllf-patst, tine
o'cloek, when the cr'oss examninatilon of
ir. Albert I". leiser will he resiued.
IThe test, of the test]imoiny w ill appearai
In Tu'esday's Heruald and N ewsx..
All oI,her eases will be Postponed t,o
the extra term ealledi for acVcond Afon.
daty ini A ptil.
The granod jury had not fIni(shed thelir
E . II. A.,IA, A-lnVra.
11111 NUM AGUAL lt.1IP AND) NEWS.
.\A th li reader will observe, m1o1t 0
tiis I-i,sti of The ieraid and Nows is
t'voted t4) tiht tril of t e lirtl'ies
Icarged wfitl the t robberIes at Pumna
ria. Wo have eind cavored to give tlt
iubtacet. of tile sworn testimony with
Out colorlil, s imply stating the facts,
ts sworni to.
No ense ins been tried in Newbl,rry
in oll knowledg in wjh(Ic there Wis
s , muchVI pull lIf! inIterest, In. filet., feel
ig in some parts runs high, but a falir
and impartial jiu'y Is in htirge of the
Olask, and a verdiet acIording to tle evi
dole, may be expet-ted.
It is tile pim-pose of The Herald and
News to publi., the news while it is
IWWs aid it has involve I vonsider
able labor to get, up t.his volume of
111ater. When it comies to furnishing
the news we neither spare labor nor
Tlie tuoral is youl should subscribe
We regret. we have not all the testi
Mnly in this issue, but it will be con
'luded in Ttesday's paper.
Till'' PiOVISIONS OF TI'E STATUTES
ON IOLDING COULHTS.
As there has been some discussion oi
the11 Statute inl regard to holding coutls
for Newberry and the possibIe efTect on
the vase now being tried in the event
tile case was not concluded by Satur
day night, at 12 o'clock, we quoto the
Se,. 27. Should th business before
tihe- Couirt, of Geneial Sessions at any
teil lot. ho completed on the arrival
of the day tixed by law for the holding
of the Cot "t of Common Pleas for said
County, the .ludge presiding may, in
his discretion, adjourn said Court, of
Common Pleas until tile businc-s of the
the Court, of General Sessions shall
have been coecluded. But, the provis
ionls of this section shall not apply to
the ('0tin-ts held ill the County of New
In re-gard to this (Iuestion inl its ap
plicatiol to the case now on trial, the
C:t1e 11w Peldilg the coirt of sessions
will not IIdjouni'l until tile case is finish
Vd. evenl if it rns into Monday, and in
thliat, event, both courts will be opened
ol Monday. At the present rate of
pron-rvess it promises to run beyond Sat
The ''college yell" could be heard at.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley mado a busi
ness trip to Nilnety-Six.
Tile hiour11 for Suiday School has been
changed from half-past 2 *e. 4 o'clock,
Mr. North Pitts, who has been visit.
ing it Cokesbury for a while, has re
It Seems that Helena is gettillg to
lbe a good size town when three negro
mlinstrels visit it, in three weeks.
Thiey showed in Blease's "opera house,"
andli were (of tile "'genuine nligger" min
The singing wats heldt at Mr'. Irby D).
Shoe'kley's house Wednesday night.
Tlhiere was5 a1 lare crowd and all seem
e I tu ei.joy3 themnsel C's.
Mdr. Jack Summers went to Gary's
L:tne to take part in1 a fox hunt.
Mr. .J. II. Moore has rented thoe
Sparks( hlouse- anld wVill mfove'i ill it in a
MIr. .1ulius l,iison is Onl a visit to Pen
A numberlCi of cI'iies oif th is plae
havte rcei ved invitations to theLiterar y
Society3 aLnniv~er'sary to lbe held at the
opera I house, MIarchl 18.
Thlere~ was a damee given in the hail
last nlighlt. There'o were a good many
I lelenat, S. C., March 10.
Wc had1( a goud rini last, week after a
dIry spell. ThIe rain1 was very helpful
to the grin.
lier. WV. W. McMorries filled his
reglar' appo)01intmlent ini thle school
hlouse Sunday aftern(oon and pr1eachled a
good sermon(II to i lar'ge auldiLence.
Mdiss ILora1 Shlealy v'isited relat,ives in
thiis sect,ion last. wor'k.
MIr. (Carrtol I Shealy andl sister, Mdiss
Ol ive, hauve been on a visit in St.
I'hl ip's seet.ion.
Mr i. M. D). inardI(1' and wife, of Grieeni
viille Count.y, atro visiting relatives
amt1( friends in thuis nieighbor'hood.
Sonmc guatno is being hauled; ho0w
Oever, 0our plel wvill nlot use as5 mutch
fert ilizers this sealson as5 in previous
Glad to see Cohngressmnan A. C. Lati
mner is abotuit to succeed ini securning thlo
$l5,000 for' damages done Nowherriy
College years ago. Mrt. Laitimer is a
man11 of solitd brain and1( Is to be conlgrat
Our p)eopIle whlo have been on the
sick list are improving again, we are
glad to strate.
I 'rof. 11. C'. Counts, ' laluda Count y,
spent Saturday anld SuInday at, home.
T1hlere hlas been quite a talik of war' in
this se3ctioni for' tihe past wile, owing'
to tile ex plosion of thu battlesh ip Maine.
We hlope tils talk of war wvgl all p.iss
away and1( thait wO will continlue to have
pea1c(. Therel' Is n1o goodl to colme from
A new lot Lilly J3rackett's Shloes inl
spring style just, reeived.
Alt Bethel school Items.
Our school attondance Is not so great
as it hae boen, as somo of our boys are
busy on thoir farms.
The young peoplo of this placeo say
they do not tiro of valentinos.
Mr. Simas 1. Rrown, of Clinton, is
'isiting his mother, Mrs. T. C. Brown,
of this comnmunity.
Mr. Ivy Cromer, whoso home is near
St. Philips, spent Priday night at the
residence of Ir. S. J. Cromer.
Alr. M. 11. Chalmers and his charm
Ing bride wore the woleomo guests of
Dr. W. C. Brown and family a few (lays
Mlost of the farmors are getting along
very wll with their farms and are
ready to fortilizo the land.
Sotio of our young people enjoyed' a
gay dance on the evening of February
25th at the residenee of Mr. B. B.
Mr. George Ruff has opened a nice
little store at his home recently. Mr.
ituff you may look out for a call from
our school for a treat soon.
Mr. J. C. Wilson of this community
has boon quite ill with pneumonia, but
we are glad to say that he is somewhat
better. We hope lie will continue to
Some of our schoolmates are detained
at home by the whooping-cough. We
sincerely hope that they may soon be
able to join us again.
A certain young man built a stable to
to put his girl's horse In before going
to church on Saturday.
Aliss Cornelia Alowine, who recently
moved from Colleton County into our
vicinity is now visiting her- sister, Mrs.
W. P. Brown, of Long Lane.
AMr. Calvin Caldwell and daughter,
Miss Daisy, of Hartford, also Mr. John
Halfacre and sister, Miss Bessio, of St.
Philips, spent Saturday night at the
home of Ar. and Irs. . S. Ruff.
Tho first Quarterly Conference of
Newberry Circuit was held at Lebanon
church last Saturday, February 26.
The Presi(ding Xider, Rov G. T. Har
mn, delivered a splendid sermon in
the morning. Then after an inter
mission of about three quarters of an
hour the congregation assembled in the
church for the business of the Confer
ence. The Presiding Eider gave a
good talk on the preparation of the
Sunday-school lesson. He said that the
young people who spend mnord' time in
making their toilet than in the prepar
ation of their Sunday-school lesson, are
not fit to be tied to. If all the young
people agreed with him, would not our
Sunday-schools be more prosperous?
Mr. Harmon left an anpointitment for
the following day, but being unable to
come, the appoiniment was filled by
the pastur. Rev. D. Tiller.
In One Day.
Cut This Out aud Have It.
We are oftened asked how many
times land must be advertised against
tresepassers to make It legal. Hero is
the bill as amended by the recent Leg
islature which settles that question:
"An act to amend Section 170 of the
Criminal Statutes of South Carolina,
in Volume 2, of the Revised Statutes
of 1893, relating to entry on lands of
"'Sic. 1. Be it onactedl by the Gen
nral Arsembly of the State of South
Carolina: That See. 170 of the Criminal
Statutes of South Carolina, in Volume
2, of the Revised Statutes of 1893, and
the same is hereby, amended so as to
read as follows:
"Sec. 186. Every entry upon the
lands of another after notice from t,he
owner or tenant priohibiting the same,
shall be a misdemeanor, and be pun
ished by fine not to exceed one hun
d red dollars or imprisonmnent with hard
labor on the public works of the conty
not exceeding thirty days. Provided
that whenover' any owner or tenant of
any lands shall p)ost a notice in four
conspicuous p)laces on the borders of
any land prohibiting entry thereon,
andl shall publish once a week for four
successive weeks such notice in any
newspaper circulating in the county
where such lands are situate a pr'oof of
the posting andl of publh;iing such no
tice within twelve months p)rior to the
entry, shall he dkeemed and taken as
notice conclusive against the person
making ent,ry as aforesaid, totr hunting
"'Approved the 2d (lay of 1February,
A. D). 1898."
A lot Standard Prints Ginghams
and Outing to be closed at St.
f t,f Jamiesonm.
N' OTICE~ IS HERiM[Y GTVEN
.i~that the Books of Subscription to
the Capital Staek of the Nowherr'y Land
and( Secur'ity Company will be ened
at C. J1 Purcell & Co.'s store on Nuion
Iday, 15th March, 1898.
Li. N. MARTIN,
.JAS. II. McINTOSH,
C. J. PURCELLJ,
GREO. W. SUMM ER,
JINO. M. KINARD,
A LONG TIME AGO
Some one asked:
Mistress Mary quite contrary
How does your garden grow'?
Such a question is agravating
after the garden is planted and
there is found to be something
the matter with the seed,
We don't believe there will be
any trouble if you come to us for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
. . . GARDEN SEED . .
We keep Bruist's Garden
Seed and they never
FATL to GROW
We woWId not Keep them, IF TREY DID.
For Men -
We Make it I
BY SELLING T
and keeps out thi
If You we 11SSUIT,
that can b
IfU uyou are ge
ian buy ai
s. 37. WC
- BIG STOCK
TO BE S1
The season is getting la
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS
THAT WE WILL SELL 1R1
We want to turn the Go<
a big cut in the pric(
We have a verb
Sults, 8hoes,% Hats,MScarfs,
That would make ologal
Come in and we
better than we
We mean strictly busin(
THE NEWBERRY CI
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SUI
The Leaders of
Low Prnces }ANh
Our load Wagons just receiv'ed
to arrive in a few da3s Don1't buy ui
pricos. We can save you mon"y.
Don't forget our brands of Flo1
Waterloo, Old Hickory. 'The best I
There are lots of things in
a Jewelry Store that don't
Lots of small artistic articles
suitable for Xmas presents
that you would never think
of unless you saw them.
We have a beautiful line of
small Novelties at extremely
'You can com and spend a.
pleasant hour in looking
around at our stock and buy
when you get ready.
A lot now stiff and soft hats, latest
styles, just rocoivod.
A big lot Colorod Shirts just re
coived, 50c and 75c.
[EM CLOTHING AND
i't fits snug, holds its shape
a bitter cold north winds
along from 25 cents to
or garment in Underwear.
1 $2 to $7.50 and up.
TElli, LOWEST 1ICED
you its the best for the money
ighest p%icd, we know that
tting as good as the money
y3where A Ab
OF GOODS -
te and~we still have a
and FURNISHING GOODS
GARDLESS OF PROFIT !
ds into money, and if
~s will do it, we will
lish cour object !
nobby line of
Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.,
Can show you
Can tell 'you.
HIMER. G. W. SUMMER.
,Harness, Dry Goods
1. Car load Carriages and Buggs
itil you see our goods and get our
ir: Obelisk, Favorite, Blue [Bird,
'lOur snol1 fr the UIO.. :.n the,