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E. I. &ULL, EmTou.
A STATE TICKET.
The battlo for prohibition is on itn
this State, and a full ticket for State
oflicers has been nominated. Iven
among strong temperatneo advocates
there are sori%ms differences of opinion
as to the wisdom of this measure at this
time. Some think it wits nt. best to
put a full ticket in the field, others
think that so long as the decision of
the elreuit. court, of the United States
in favor of the "Original lakage"
traille. remains. no temperanoe Imeas
nre will be of much aVail. This paper
has always stood for prohibition. We
have not changed our principles. but
we very much fear that the present
Imovoient, is preitture. We hope we
are :aistaken, and that tihe effort will
be crowned with success. The liquor
problem in this State is peculiarly per
plexing and the condition of things is
thoroughly chaotic. We feel increas
ingly that a strong, soun -. public senti
ment must be created before any real
temperance reform is aecompl Ish ed.
If the prohibition campaitn shall 1,0
one of education in this respect.
whether or not it is a success from a
political stana;oint, it will be of im
mense service 'o to: S'ate -A. R.
These are words I soberness and
truth. "A strong. sound public senti
ment must be created before any real
temperance reform is aecomplished,
a truth which we have helt and pro
claimed for years. It cannot be created
by statutory enactment of prohibitory
laws. In other words morality and
temperance cannot be hammered into
people by act of the Legislat ure. They
must come by elucation and training.
The Herald and News is and always
has been a strong advocate of real tem
perance and temperance in all things.
but it cannot come thi-ough legislation.
We did not think that the nomination
of a Guat,e ticket would he wise antld we
have not yet been convinced that it
was, though there arc certain men
named on the ticket whom we can and
will support and vote for mo4t heartily
because we know them to be good men
and competent but our su1pport, of them
will be wholly on personal ground, aind
not because they are mentioned on the
We are glad to see lD-. Grier taking
such a sensible view of the sit.uatiei.
No one can question his sincerity nor
the fact that he is for real Iemviperance
for lie is one of the great. and good men
of this age,
Justice Bi-ewer has long been recog
nized as a very practical aid level
headed Iana. I Ie justilled this repuita
tion in a recenlt addr-ess to it 1be. of
law students when ie saii:
"It is a Inmistake to suppose tha1,t the
suipremlie court is either Imono-ed or
helped by being spok-n( of 1as leyond
critteism. ()n the vontrary, the life
and eharaet- of its justles' t-hotuld he
the objet-s Of constant watchfamuess by
all, and its judIlgments subject, to th'e
freest eriticism. The time is past, in
the history of the world when 1INay liv
ing man or botly of met cIn he st. on a
jedestal Inld decoited with a hlo.
]'ie, mnany criticisims may be, like tle
authors, aevoid of good taste, it, bet
ter till sorts of critivisms than no eriti
cismis at, till. Thie mov inig waters at-c
full of Iifeo and health I; only in, Iam still
waters are- stagnmat.in aand dent.h."'
Theo people of tha is coun try hav e gra-tl
respiet foa- the su preme entl, btt they
do not refraini froum criticisinag it. It
wouild be an evil dayv for thme couantry
when tIhe suprtmemie conurt or any other
of ouri institutiona should lie cotisider-ed
WVhen the suapremne court, decided t.he
inicomne tax constittilonial andi( a few
weeks latet- a major-ity of the same jud(
ges dieclaredh It to he unlcotnst,iitutinl,
the courmt sufferedt no little in the r
gar-d of the puibllc. '.The fact that one
of the judges of the court suddienly
wheeled squar-ely about on a gre-at eon
st,itutionail question waus naturally3 the
subject of mnuch critiism.
.Justieo Birewer- is rigyh t. The decis
ions of the supremie cout tre prloperlly
subject to the freest ciileismn.-A t lata
While we agree in the main wIth the
above, there Is mutch In this (lay thtt
passes for- cr-iticism that, is simply
abuse, and that kind of criticism we do
not think does tiny good butt positlive
Injury. Men cain ditfer- and ho honest
but we have known eritieism of judges
and courts which was nothing but
abuse and made for 1political elfeet.
Good, hionest, cr-iticism is heamlthifuil
and helpful aid in thIiis govertnmen t
supreme court judges are not, imtmune
against it, and such criticism does not
lessen the respect. for- the court s.
It seems to us that Gov. Illierbe oi
der-ed the troops in camtp before lie wats
ready for them to come. When the
three comupatnies reached C7olimbia
they werec taken to Ilyatts park and
therec werec onaly tibouit half enogh tents
on hand atnd no arrangemenlts for- watea
either to dilnk or uso for- hat,hIig. It
is ti-ue war- Is not a picnic humt. unitil the
vohtinteer-s are muister-ed intot batt le and(
- while they tim- In camp they- should t>e
miaiL comnfortable and given at least,
plenty of water-. T1he tetits tre pitched
int a wheat field from wIhich the ga-ait
has just been cut. I t was hot,n d111(ust.y.
A fld in which the gr-ouind hatd beetn
sodlded coulid have beena sentred just as
well. As to the selection of Columbia
we have said noth hag for- all t,hinogs be
ing eqal we pr1efer- Coiumnbia but with
an epidemic of small-pox and other
towns talking about quar-antini ng
against Coltumbiat it. does appear- a litt.lo
str-ange to call the traoops to th is pla1ce.
Of all the gener-als appointed by
Pfresident AlcKinley only two, Joe
WVheeler and Filtzhugh Lee, itt- frotm
the South. rThe petition to appoint
Maj. E. A. Garlington seems to have
gone in unheeded.
A little bray taI(ked for a bottto of 'get anp In
the aoynlng asa fast as ou e. n," th ada uggist
r e.e*d a Iiuseshok namia fotr ''Det t't.
LI tI Early Iiiser ." andi gave hInm a bottie of
Shose famous little ,it for coast aiatton. aleck
enahele. lIver an stomach) trou Jew. WV. I.
le rapponmets of offiors',by ('uv.
Ellerbe appear- to us a little ' strange
though we do not question their fitness.
Tho State newspaper flnds fault with
the President on account, of his ignor
Ing, under strict, wai regulations, the
South, but Comileni's (ov. Ellerlbe who
gets most of his ma111jors and coloneol
frolu counties that furnh.h Very few
volunteers. The Third llegiment gets
nothing whil it was the first. to send
In coinpanies. In fact, except ltaj
E.1ale, the tip country which flrnislIes
the troops gets nothilng, 1ut as we
said we suppose they are all compett'I
ment and will make good offiers and
the Governor could appoint whomso
ever he pleasekl.
OUR PROSPERiTY BUDGET
ALL TIlE NEWS OF A 11.VE AND) RO.
ieej at-irvqmndence Herald and News 1
1.ieut. ILaurens Seas, of lAirenla. Lex
ington Co.. was in town last week and
was shaking hands with his many
Our town was thrown into consterna
tion on Saturday when it was rumored
that i carload of cannons and ammuni
tion was to pass here on the C., N. & L.
1. M. A erowd gathered at the depot
only to see -he train rush by at full
speed (in its way to Tampa.
villie 11. Moseley. Esq., who is at
tending Newhe'.r College, came home
Friday and spent the time tintil Mon
day with his parents.
Mrs. A. 11. Wheeler was in town a
couple of hours last Tuesday on her
way to her home in Atlanta.
In a recent, letter from "Yube" lie
said he only wished he had old man
Kay in Atlanta for a couple of daysand
he would show him more guns, can
nons and ammu'11nition than lie ever ex
p)Ceted to see, and the yelling and
shouting wa s terriile. Tihat is the
place for Cihips. I itim not on the war
There will b.- a business meeting of
Grace Iluther League oi Friday night
and the members are ir-ged by the
pre 'Cit to attend.
' ie pilenie of Grace Sunday Hehool
will lie held at the Brown Grovo near
the lat l'enece of Goo. I3rowil, E".
'his is about one mile frot 'own and
will give the little folks a genuine
ounlltry outinlug and onle t.hat they Will
no doubt enljoy.
13icycles are becoming more and
m1ore pola. The la test addition to
the rank of tihe riders is Rev. Mr.
Kirkpiatrick. He hias a viking and
will no doubt uasily distance all riders
eveni as the vikings of old did.
War, wir, soldiers, trappings, &c.,is
all the go now. Somac of our most. so
diate vitizenms are geting tle fever an1d
are ehilptag t1C bit, to be (ff to the
fray. lessrs. W. 11. Wise and Geo.
13. Cook of our section and town have
gone to the front and we hopo will como
home with nity honors. Tihe Oraded
school (sismissed to go to the train to
see the boys olf. They carried many
bouguets of the prettiest flowers and1
gave thetm to the soidier' boys. Great
cr'owds gathered at, both (deprots 'Tues
day and Wednesdlay and the girls car
ried flowers and gave them to the boys.
.\any of the boys pul led oIf thieir but
tons and gave them to the fair (lames
in exchange for thle Ilowers. Our wish
is that everyone of them may return' in
safety to their homes anid loved ones
when the war is over.
Mi's. N. W. I,uthor Is visit,ing her
motber, Mrs. .Judge F'ellers, in New
berry this week.
Cousin Eliza McKellar, who has beeni
to Columb)ia In attendance upon the
marriage of her noie, stoppled over in
P~rospertit.y for a day wvith rolatives
Mr. Ken neth Baker, whbo hats been
located at, Greenwood in the Interest,of
the P'aeole, Maanufactur ig Co., has
finished buying his quota of their supl
p)ly and( has- returned home for the
s1 ntmetr. We are glad to have him
with us again. KAv.
iIiEE IISAP(D FRtOMt.
Mrate la~i , Wtituisldt 1(low mat P'osto Rtico
Tiic 111 truck Moo..
Columbia, S. C., May 5, 2:20 p. mn.
Mr's JTuliet Opo Ayers, the Fiorence
Nightingale of the Con feeracy, is pre
paring! to go to (Cubat with army to do
hiospi tal smerv ice. Span IshI distribhnte
(' cai es ini Engiand deniouncielng Amtier
icanus and( quoting ex-Minister P helps'
letter' t.o showv they are engaged In an
Big run on Spanish banks.
1lUots con)tin)uo hi Cor'toz,.
Spaniish ships r'ep)orted near' New
foun dlIandh. KOESTERi.
Columbia, S. C., May 5, 41 p. m.-Re
p)ot,td in P'aris allianttco being nego
iaLed htet,ween Englam(i and Uniitedl
States in view poessIble conitinental In
limprsi'C5on in Wasthligton is that,
D)ewey has been heard from but mes
smuge is withheld for realsonts (If State.
Semi -ohulelal ly an non ced t.hat blo0w
ait P'orto) 1fico ill b)e struck in few
Troops to be sent at, once from Saun
F'raneilsco oin Charleston to Ms nilla,
llome comtuiittee favors aninexattioni
oIf II.wallI to give base operations In
Pacfile Vote likely Tuesday.
(fAcording to the; newspipots, atn
Ohio hmusbtand becaite tihe htappy faither
setven l ie btoe ui ob
hoped lie laid in a stupply of Chatmbier
lain's Cough Remedy, the only sure
cure for crotup, wlhooplttg-omingh, cold1s
andl cotighis, atud so i natuteQ his ch iI.
d retn against t besp diseases. 'sl
by W. E. Pelhamn.
Ir I S Wunderi at Mr1-4s iteboeia
INv L, A Fox, 1). I., at Rer 1 l 1'ox'le.
eV 11l F Seoielo at Avtli Ki ilev's.
r ' I LIiig lit, u'otwell Hotel.
M I I ) [linn at 0-otwell 14otel.
NI S 11 li a tie at lt 11 ntli's.
Mr I E A iA-tiln at Crotwe'l liwul.
NI r .1 1 I)errik at. .1 W Neasu's.
" I r 1, 4 I,lu,ett t,ll V 1<, h.''
Tla il % hat Ewards & Pat ker, e -
C'1 .1s 41f PIlt s, (4 s., sa' %if ('1natit -r- I
11- P1.0in Ktbm, f- r ithvu matfeism,I
o-01 boIatk, 1 t-li wee.-vi am ndmcular'
oti n1s. 8old by W. E Pilihaml.
11mchumn Uhailwe,wit'Vthin Acm,lomy Chips.,
Old manl Chips is somewhat. onl the
lick list and doesn't feel like writing,
'ut oir fI'icids keep isking for more
-hips. Why donl't. you writo oftener?
A r yol out of > sIps? andi thli 0lke.
01h, no, frieids. we neve. get obt. We
ire continually hewing, but at 'times
We( do 10t, feeL WCl an1d it is a burden
Died, last. Sunday eveintg after a
brief illhess. tho Oldest (auglter of Ni,.
anild Nis. Iren;s (ousin, age Ax years.
We extend our sympathy to the he
reaved parents. Such erosses ire hard
to hear, but w- mIut submit to illim
who doeth all thi1ngs well.
Since out' last writing the siek list.
hu- increased. NI r. and I rs. 1. G.
Fellers' only little boy isseri.mlAy slek.
M r. Thos, W. Gallman's family is near
ly all siok with colds and grippe, and
his little son Thurston is quite sick
with pneumonia. Messrs. M. I., and
1E. I.. Strauss have been on the sick
list for the past week. Mt's. .J. 1'.
Kinard and little daughter, Illlen, ate
also siek. Som fever prevails in o-st
home cirele. If we have missed anily
it is bot-ause we are not in possessloii
of the fact. We are here to re)ort, the
news for The Ilerald and News, and as
long is we write we will always report,
such as we consider news itill n iopar
That is i pretty good hat story ibthus.
We have of ten heard of organizations
of di t-vent natur s, bit this is tle first
hat otrgan izaltion that ever came unr il]
vur O)bSI,ra t ion. We thought that the
bats had gotten to be scarce inl our see
tion and this explains it. Will you be
so kind as to organize the Scsteak Owls
antil gett the whole race to m1jet in a
solid body and )low them into flinders.
If you will do this I will come down and
give you a putf. if its the last thing i do.
Look lere, M r. IdLitor, if I get olT the
line and fail to conieet my words. I
want you to tell iy friend, the typo,
not, to think hiard of iae, for I write at
night, anil the oil is so had --tihe light so
dimli--that I cal't half see. Will yol
please petition those oil men to give its
a litt,le bete oil. We can't have clec
tric lghts down liere like uyou. We are
dependeat, t1pon kerosene, and soie of
it smokes like live in it tar. keg.
Give me your hand Brother ICay in
regard to what you said about those
Citaul stuildentQ. Y,oul have voiced
my sent-liments to a fraction. The up
)rol)ritioLn m11ade by the State to this
institution has always seemed to me an
Imsn)SitLion upon01 the State. T1al k abou t,
equal r'ights to all and special privileges
to n 'ne, and sosme wvill pre'utenid to sny
that 011r goverunment is r'un upon01 such
ua laln-then get, together anid sinigle
oult, a few rich mien's boys atll over the
State amnd let, them gobble up what, my
hoy and11 yourl boy is just as5 mucLh eni
titled to ats any1 otlrer' boy in the St,ate.
Now aftS..'r all of this, ain't it a prsett.y'
come11 otf, to let them go wild, etnt up in
gener'al, violat-e the laws of the institu
tion, thien atfteir the Iloardu of 'iTustees
finid them guilty of misconduct, there
muist be petitions flying all over t,he
State atskinig for' sigtnat tirea to ha.ve thetm
r'eintstaited. Oiur people have put. lp
w ithl such stuff for' a long whtilec, but thle
t.imte has about com.- when they are gi:
ing to r'isc up in open irebel lion aginst,
TI'he weatheCr r'emins cool. Vegeta
tionl is almost on it statitlLll. Thereo
wvas some fr'ost Th'ur'sday mor'ning.
Apill hias beeni cool iandc wet almost,
ttrouighout, w hichi has caused bad
st ainds of corni anud it is fearued ill also5
cause hadii stanlds of cottoit. Farmes
ar'e soniewihat bhimtt in planing. I nt
seed coIuldl not maklc'tiebc headwvay in
the gr'ound. WVe hadve always heatrd thte
old muaxini, ne vet' nintd the weathler' so
the witid don't. blow, but, we will chitngo
that. a lit tle and sav: WVe wouldn t't,s mind
the weathles' uo muchul if' the plow icould
D emuoct'atic C'lub met lut, Siaturdayli3
evenintg. WVe lear'n that lheire wvas onily
quiorumli. Tnse clubhireorgaunl'zed by
electinrg J1. 1. Fellet's, Presidett HI. T.
Lotng, Vice-IPrsesident: 10. F:. P"ellet's,
Secr'etart' J.1 1 Long, Trietisurer';
J1. K. l'pps, 10xceu tivie(si tonni tteemnt
T1hos. L. 1I. l1l)ps, I. 4.. IFellers, dele
gates t.o county 'onivention; 'P. W.
["ollers and It. I. K ihtler', ailtei'na tes.
M. L. Sttrauss, Th'los. L. ii. lFpp:, W. I".
l':ulow', l'xeeutiv~e C'ommit tee.
W11ell, Mr. Ei'uitoir, t.her'e are othet'
matters thait I would lik ie to wiilte
abl out., but I am mutt,hetre at, Prlospertity3
wit.h my old llrother' TKay3, and w'e are
so busy adjust Ing our' dilfeirenees, that
I will hiiv'e to close in oirder' to get myi~
let,ter off'. C(si'.
Th'le We?st field (I ind ) News prInts the
fol lowinug in r'ega rd to an oild rshllenmt
of thait plauci' Frin k MIcAvoy, for
m nany year's In thle s'mploiy of' thle Li.,
N. A. & 4.. Ity. hero, s-ays: "I haive
used Chiaumberla i's (Colle, Cholera anrd
Dlarrhan Remotedy fior teni years sir
longer.--am niever ithout it In myi
family. I consider '9 the best, reme,ea'y
of theo kind maniinsacturedl. I take
leasture in recomismend lig it,"' I. Is
a specillo for all hoswel disorders. F"or
salts hy W. E. Ielihn,n
WThen you ak ltand % lih. Tesg l.ah
oned, mig-twoontetl iN, N hie teWar you ill to
lleces, a.re tot In It N tIl 111od's. I'lly to tako
kIld C."N' 10 Olwrtk%t, 1, 1k i
AH o od4 d 's,,N%141 at w
lp to 411%111 every''t I espeeS
Wef, eo~rtalik mid6 mire. AllS
!fIuggIsts. . V.1. 1141d & C o.. .M0l1, MaIS.
L'ho only 1ills to take % %h I ood's sarsaparlIla.
MISS LILLIAN TUCKER
"illio Soldier's Bride"
'A HERO IN RAGS"
OPE H OUSE
NOWDermj, S. G.,
lofqay ani Tllesday,
MAY 81h and 9th,
AdmIsslon 16o, 25c, 36c.
I CatsO Shir-tinl- Prints atI, 4v.
I I'aso Lan1di 's' Vests at. 5e.
I Case -10-in. Sea Island at 5.
I Cae Pereal, falst olors, at ce.
I Case 4-4 BOeiching at Sc.
You will find in our
Wool Dress Goods
e)partmnlvit. the very latest Styles,
from 20e. to $1.25 per yard. You
must, see orl. Pio.'gued lack for
Skirt.;sI. aWk 5 also Soiet.hlling new
il Acord at saile price.
This linle is Ioole complete han
vver heore. We Wallt, to show you
mlr Or-gandies in Fiarie and Plain.
I,()()Ik IIt our (Win. W hito Organdy
)r it Notions stock is very coil
pletc in every line.
1i the \Miliery Depa'l"t we
ile Showing S"'me very stylish
G-odl-' I Panvy Sailors and Ilts.
'oe : - l nsputt. 0111 Stock. W43
will I ot anly prive.
MOHW is thep TIMPH
When you can
et goods ...
10 1er cllt Boo
0-4 Sheeting, lOc.
0-4 Sheeting, 12kc.
0-4 Sheeting (best), 18kc
dar'seilles Quilts, l'rice $4, at $2.50.
lariSeilleS.Quilts, LPrice $2.25 at $1.40.
NVhi te Qit t, large size, 65e.
Nice line of Huck and
Damask Towels cheap.
20 pcs yard wide
lOc, 12 l-2c & Sc.
in our store
TUK LUTtiIEtt%N ItNENi.
The Sixth Atalass.m aM-01ing to boa It-0a is
Newib-rry No Xe Wo. k.
Tile St.'cth Ainnual Conventlon of the
Tnitetd Synod In the Smth, comn posed
of delegatts of tlt, Disivit Synod.-I of
the 1Luthran Chure il In tihe Soit It will
convene in Nowheruy next. week.
Dlet s ill arivi t ext. Ttitsda
anti Wednksksilay i1nd tihe lirst, sessios
Will be held onl X'tdlesday at :1 o'clocl,
in tile 14t."vnioon.
Th1e1re will be fhroi 745 to 100 delegatei
and viitors pr,est. ''hey will he
jiven a warm and erdial w elcome to
NeOwhery and we tris! their Iecting
here may 1-e both plusant, and prollt
wt, 01o b'ielow a li6t Wf thos" wli
aro excK',N! a- fart as we have heol
able to n e rI-ain. and te names of th
ho.ts who will t'literain tih iml.
Tho' % ho will entiertain Imletimbers ol
Synolud and wh.) havv conivVIyan00 wvili
oUor a favor on the coniittees b).
havin! thei" Vairriagt- meet, tr'.'ns on
Tiesday VMad WednesdaY of next week.
W'e suppose Ilost of the delegates will
arrive on the trainls froi Coltmlbia on
Wtedn-day, hut some of thetl will
clome on 'Iesday.
lion A Costner at A C Jones'.
Ilon A P Rlhyne at A C J.,nes'.
Mr J M 1hodes at J1as F Todd's.
Mr S E Killian at Jas F Todd's.
R1ev .1 A Cromer at I' Y Morris'.
Rev S T Ilallman,. 1). D., at M A lion.
Rter . C 'Moser, D). D., at J1 Y CuII
Rev .1 J Scherer. at. ) 11 Wheeler's.
MI ii L, Snyder at ) I Wheeler's.
HIon T .1 Shickel at .1 K Gilder's.
Mr Geo Ilains at .1 K Gilder's.
flon 11 S Trout al, .1 N Mlartin*.
Rtev iand Mrs V Y lloozer at C F
\Ir .1 H Kooln i at .1. Nlike Domi nick's.
Rev J L, Cromer at, .1. Mike Domi
Rev and M's M NI Kinard at leter
Itev J C S'e-Oers at 0 Klettier's.
Rev 1, K 'robst. at M A Carlisle's.
Rev A 1) It H-ancheriat M A Carlisle's.
t' C 'M Miller at DIr S G Welch's.
Rev M G G Schtrur at V ii Wad lace's.
R1ev C L T Fisher at, W H Wallaeo's.
1Uer ii N Miller, lh.D.. it W \V
It'r I 11 'tterson at. V W iod-ges.,
('apt. Jonias Cook at 0 Kletner's.
Rev WV A Lutz at. P W ant'.
Ml r- A H Koh n at. Crot well l otel.
R1ev Ias 1) Ileilig at .1 A 1lnrton1's
Mlr C 11 Duls at .J A litivtons-New
lRev L L Simit-lh at. 0 11 N er's
Itev .1 1, 1),!aick at. lIev A .1 Rowers'.
iev P M Cur .t at Itrv A . Hlowers'.
Capt J.a1cob 'auilsenl at 14dulard
Rev 8 LaIrd, I) ). at. EV.luard
Rev Chias Edw Kilerat Il 11 Evans'
Rev RI' P Weidner. ). b., LIl. D., lit
HI C Un,din's.
11ev L, E Busby at TH C [Hard in's.
Mr [L W H.anne at. 11 C Ha:rdin'..
D)r iad Ir's Hlollantd at (G HI Cromert 's.
MIr Ambrose L IHenklel att J MI
MXr H1 P Copenhaver at J1 MI [ow
Rev WV C Sebmaegler at Wim Johnson's.
Relv J1 A Morehead at. 'Wim Johnson 's.
Rev J A B3 Schierer, Ph.D., and wife
at WV ' Ilouiseatl's.
Rev J1 Q Wertz, at W P) Hlouisea's.
Rev S U Ballentine at H1 G Hoof's.
Col 1 (G Ch isolm at. Drt Robertson's.
Rev J1 W Hiornen at Dri lRobertson's.
D)r D L~ Ioozer' it .Jamest C Hairr's.
R1ev C P) Hoozer' at, James C lHarro s.
Rev S S Rlahn, P'h.D., at, J C ilarre's.
Rev D)r HI S Wingard at. 1)r W G
R1ev Z WV Bedeambaugh at, Dr WV G
Rev J C Barb, D). I)., at WV 1 Aiuli'.
R1ev .J D Woolford at, W Ui Aull's.
Rev .1 A Sligh at Prof WV K Sligh'.
Mi U G1H M orchead at. Jno C Goggans'.
Mr. Robt Snmavely at Jnso I. Goggans'.
11ev WV L Seabrook at Col O) L.
HIon J1 D) Cappelmnan at Col O) 1L
Mr' 11 S oneor at, Mi's F W 1'ant.
Dr M L, Ste venms at L WV lloy'd's.
MX r .1 M (Gnann at L W F'loyd 's.
Mr' J A Henson at Mi A R-enwtick's.
11ev J1 A nist,in at. HI( 1 'er'ry's
Mr' A aron Shutters at 8 C Miatt hews'.
11ev A L. 1oliek at HI. Mike Mayer's.
Rev Ft H [(ohna at Jais M Kibler's.
R1ev G HI Cox at E [I Aull's.
Hion G MI Heltzhoover' at. M' ii Aunil's.
Rev 1L G M Miller, D). 1)., at Rev A. G.
R1ev J1I U Griener at Drm A G Voigt's.
Mir F D Efli'd it .Jno A Summersi''.
Rev WV J Snmit.h at F' A Schuimper't.'s.
M' r1 J'M Cooper at. I" A Schiumper't's.
Rev A IR beck at .J HI Summier's.
Mr' J W J1enny at. J1 R Summei''s.
Rev (C A Rose at (Ge0 W Summier's.
Mi' N L Gre eer at Geo WV Siimmer'ms.
Mr' C WV heat.or it, C ' Suimmiei"s.
Mr'L.S Walker at C N Summnter's.
lion C f MEiled andii wtife at Jno11 A
Rev and Mrs V 11 Stiekley' at JT A
Rev R111 Chime at B HI (Clne's.
Mr' W J Duillie at. S P4 Boozer's.
Rev J1 P Miller at J C Myers'.
R1ev J1 J George at J1 C M1yers'.
Rev J1 H Wilson at WV H lIunt.'s.
11ev C A Marks at 11ev C WV Creilgh
R1ev C H RHockey at R1ev C W Crselg h
Mr J A Alexander at Mrs Rebecca
TAKE A LOOK
Ai" o. L'Cdie-sutton
and Lace Shoes and
Oxford Ties. They are
the peer of any foot
gear in this or any
other market I
They fit and wear well!
One guarantee goes
withevery pair !
You take no risk !
Drop in 'tis no trouble
to show these elegant
foot trimmings !
S. 3. WOOTEN,
- BIG STOCK OF GOODS -
TO BE SOLD AT
REDICULOUSLY. LOW PRICES!
The season is getting late and we still have a
big stock of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and FURNISHING GOODS
THAT WE WILL SELL REGARDLESS OF PROFIT!
We want to turn the Goods into money, and if
a big cut in the prices will do it, we will
certainly accomplish our object.!
We have a very nobby line of
Suits, Shoes,% Hats,'Scarfs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.,
That would mako elegant Christnias presents!
Come in and we can Show you
better than we can tell you.
We mean strictly business !
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY.
-LES So . he Latest
Salbe our motto this
J)HE PEOPLE HAVE Orbyr aejs
that it makes but littleYokthceerf
difference, how the fsinfrti on
merchants quote Low ty n r o
Prices, in their adver-rayttlkoyu
tisements. T hat you abuthtinsht
can always get thego
same quality of goods' u ntoceps
"A LI TTLE LESS,"maetith
at A. C. JONES' Cash ty
Dry GoodsoStore.are ies.
The actis,a Csh Soreosaibeio a cash. b th
York thefoe cemnthveryo
coe ecsst i Nwery. ~ lotrice and ar1lgie thmno
th lsss erai t c m inth c0- tbnuoyh fat fin te chno eapes
are ettng tred of p yin tho e Y prd reve in the rn rou -
able meto ell hemchepestgoos aeuo inar d quat
Dry Goods Drore. Goos,s.y
ThN atios, near aShSore, as, ohr to o lemad inpth o f
como nqualitym anderrytAsmeetalcrn
Uh belloas, adistiora L itt le poe tiinrn itopie
diL bess , thnte-an atwo ay caothe otefatta o ontsl
stre. gtin wird ofp n g th eek 1 rs7orsodygos
cassof's, die s'o, thtis - Wpid urovs ndfein e
Chles es . rlselofhe liabw godsi Oer y io, res u
chattisg aooda arrogeslondordMqu's
will findhmsewere.s 'e Gosringgody-ewn
Noos, Notions ar, Shoes, g P tat V rps ola npito
Umbroltas, aisesEe fo r a LitEsty and qulity asdt much flom
iL ost than thoy have been ayinnyothu asio aony ourican.
Atr. ICil.o JOhiS Yourstruly
Child en' Phes.2oll's Sore Ne I IO
wbe fin them Aplsewher8o. TWhen ' wIIV
youhav anthig t bu i Drs Spin Os WeIan
God,Ntoso he,gti tt h wte o y u