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N . AUI.14 Emi oi
TutE THE(1.0IOCAI. SEMEARY,
Thle following notice 1hould be% oft iu
terest to the pe ople of Newbrry:
Under insructions given by the
anited Synod of the Evangeicl lu
theran Unurch in the Soul, the M.oard
of Diectors hereby invites protsals
for-the permanent locaion of the Tle
ological Semimry, 3ids must tv tiled
witn the undersigned on or before, the
:L5th d,xy of ,luly, L)%. 'lhe right is
reserved to reject any or all bids.
GEo. 11. ClzoMER. Secretary.
Newberry, S. c.
We plublish it now so that our peo
p'c may have ample time to consider
l,le matter, and we shall nave more to
say on the subject in the near future.
It wil! be remembered that the semi
nary has been temporarily located here
for the'l past several years and with only
One professor-Dr. Voigt. lBut even
during that time we have had several
young menl inl aIttendanlce and thle past.
session there were eight. There has
been a question and some doubt as to
the continuance of the Seminary. The
qu.estion of cont i4iance is now settled.
Tiie Syiod whtic* recently met. here
settled that point and determained to
start olf next fall with two J,;ofessors
and to increase the number as soon as
the demands of the Seminary r;quired
it.. Or:e of these professors has already
been electd and the others will be at
tAle meeting in .J uly.
Tle important question now to be
s:tled is where shull it he permanently
located. It would not be necessary we
take it to argue to our people the im
portance of having the school perma
nently located here. It woul bring to
our town at onice two learned men and
their families where inlluenec would
be for good in the community. It
would bring from year to year a numn
ber of young men.
We take it that the sentiment of the
church is to locate it permanently at
Newberry so as to be at one of the col
leuco. lut w \ are nut going to have
it forced upon us. Other places have
gone to work and w\ill put in bids.
Charlotte, N. C., has a bid already in.
WVe notice from the News adI ('ou-ier
that Charleston, S. C., is working up
and will have in a hid. Now, if we get
Ie perianeilt location we have got to
offer soie induceients beside our ar
tesian waler which is good in itself.
Tie Seminary will ilav- to have a lot
and buildings and the IOpIle Of Liis
coninit y must, get togehLIer tint iniake
such a proposition as will secic the
pernianent location of the sclool here.
Not, to speak of the Ioral iilinences of
such It school thie IIIOIIy to .secure it
will be a paying invetimeit, hcause
the additional monmy plit inl circulation
In ourd in , conseunce of the
school being hero will Imore . han
pay the interest on I he outlay. Let us
not sleep Onl ourl rights and our oppor
tunities. The time is short, Sone
tihing must be dIoet, at an early (lay.
We n111h intended to oall youil alen
tion to it now.
8t(1Nis55 IN C;AMll.
Th'le report, coties from Col iai t,bat,
qjulit ainumber of tie voluniteer- sold let-s
arec sIck, and( it is thle op)1inion of the
sur-gcon of thle regiment that the dtis
o.tso prievalenit is caused by imnpui-e
driinking water. Th'iIs matter should
have been looked after before the sol
dlier-s were called into camp. WVhen
they IIi-st went. down there water of any
kind was seare lIn fact, iio arriange
ments had been made for' suppj)hlng it.
Now it wouild seem they arec using
brantchi watter. Thie health oi(f the sol
dieCr is ats imiportan t as anything in war.
Not mtuch ligh ting could be done with
the soldiers till inio h ealth.111 i The
surigeoni has oidered that tihe drtiinkiing
watei- he boiled, and a generalt ordter- to
that eifect hits been lmnt In force.
If any 3. of these boys should go to
Ctuba the care andii preseivatt,in oif tihir
health and even l ife from the In roads
of the disease will be one of the itmain
thintgs to look atftei-. 'l'hie dantigers ti-om
sickniess and death will fari outweigh
the dangers ft-cm Spanish bullets. Prte
cautions to prievenit disease shotuld be
taken now, but the. olcers and men
should be doubly ear-eftul when they lando
Sickness amonig the v'olunteerq Is not
confined to the Camp at C'olumnbia. At
Chicekamauga we no(tice that severial
hundr-ed had been sick and1( a good miany3
had died, aund thle sitam11 i-ep)orted from
It is what might hatve been expected.
In all of the volunteer- army the meon
made a complete tumd suddenot change 1in
their diet and habits, and then possibly
some11 of I he smaiill precau tioniiary iand(
proventiv%e mealsurtes wet-e overlooked.
Tbch dty3 anid wor-k of a physician in
ani at-my should 1(11) more to prievent dis
easeC. It, is just, ats impllortlant that. he
shiotuld look afteir these things as that lie
should be able to saw elf a leg or- an arm
or be able to cut ouit ia bullet.
Among the volunteers in CJo'ummbia
theie hats bteen oinly One death mii to this
time, anid whitle tbere have been a good
5- many caises of sicknecss none1 of them
have beoen serious.
T1hie b)oys mlove 11h1s week to Ciclkat
mnauga.- We hope they may have healt,h
mand br,ppiniess and all be roturnmedl safely
to theu in oes and family and come
back with the tirophics of vletor-y.
p~ ., ~ .What, .Is the pronunciation of
after Cerveira to entrap hIm, he Is
Com~modoreo "Sly." W hen the lbattle
begins the word will be 481ay"
It Cervora should succeed in effetmi
AUy dodging him how will we .pr-o
- x0uznc ?6 then?.
Hlow df tho -loarned editorA knoiow
wbether wesbould bold the Philpluaao
or whether we thouldn't..-Atlante
Plea%e tell us what i. hi the learned
editors do not k-now. We know alt
about what weshould do with the 1'hil
ippies and not only so. but we know
just how the war should he kxNducted
and where and when the tivops should
go and who should be appoinit d to xo
sitions in the army and just how the
marches ought to be made. In fact, tlie
Sarmned editors and corresaoden Z
know so much that a censorship had to
be placed by the army over the nem
that was sent out from the seat of war.
In fact there is very little worth know
ing that the learned editor do-n't
know, and in the nature of tbings he
must, know it for the people expect him
to know it.
There has been some criticism of the
President for appointing sons of fathers
and nephewA of ucles of some of the
great men of the nation to pesitionls in
the army. Ill most, cases we have no
doubts those young men are competent
a-id will till the positions with ability
and as they have plenty and could lead
lives of case and idleness, we think
they should be encouraged -nd con -
mended for being willing to take posi
ions and go with the army to the
front. It gives them employment.
LOOKS AS IF 8CULEY HAS DONE IEA11
LY WORK AT SANTIAGO.
The Story of tile Attack Apparently Ob
talnet fron omcers of onse of the mhips
Engged-The asted Forte ant
liatterrie Reduced to Dust.
New York, June 1.----An Evening
Journal special from Cape Ilaytien
The torpedo boat Porter arrived at
Mole St. Nicholas at 1 o'clock this
morning with dispatches for Washing
ton. She left immediately. But before
going to sea the following story of the
hombardment of Santiago de Cuba, the
refuge of Admiral Cervera and the
Spanish fleet, was obtained by your cor
respondent at the Mole:
The Aimerican squadron, augmented
by the the torpedo boat Porter, the aux
iliary cruiser St. Pauitl and the protece:d
cruiser New Orleans, formerly the
Amazonaits, approaclied the entrance to
the harbor of Santiago de Cuba at 1.30
p. Im.. the Iowa leading.
Inside the entrance to the harbor was
Seen one of the warships of Cervera's
11eet. st i plied for action.
UCRIST01nA1, COLON RIIMs.
As t,le A merit-an leet drew near th
New Orleanls was detached and steamed
far alhead of the Iowa, Texas and Mas
sachiesetts. One of tle forts opened
fire on lier and she replied, the other
ships direvting t.hir fire at the battery
on the 'unta G1orda within the harbor
and to the westward of the position oc
cupied by theSpanish ship. Thelatter
replied to the fire and Immediatelv be
came a t-arget. for all the A merican ships
eigaged in the battle. She retired be
hind a protecting headland and was not
seen again during the engagement.
"FYIUlTiNGr 11013' IN iT1.
The Iowa, d irected by Captain"Figh t
ing l3ob" Evans; the Massachusetts,
Captain F. J. H igginison; Texas, Cap
taIn J1. W. Phillips, and the New Or
leanis, Captain W. M. Folger; kept up)
their terrifle fire agalist the Morro,
Socapa, anid Punta Gorda forts for two
hours, their projectiles of eniormous
size, doing tremecndo)us dlamiage to thbe
deCfec,es of the harbor.
IFORtTS RIEDUCED, (GUNNERIS FLIElE.
The masonry on Socapa antd M%orro
was b)atteredi into dutst and the forms of
Sp)an ish artilIleirymeni and inafan try
could be seen fleeing to safety behind
t,he neighboring hills.
WiT PAUL INJUREDL.
The auxiliary cruiser' which joined
Schlecy's fleet just before the battle took
pla1ce was lilt by shells from the forts,
and1( it ls thought that she has been se
riouisly damaged by the shells.
iilELPLEJSSNESS OF' CIERV~ERA.
A fter- seeking the p)rotection of a jut
ting hecadlland the Spanish warships
cont,inued to lire projectiles over the
hills toward the Ileet, bitt they had no
ranige, not even ditrections to their shot
and the shell fell harmlessly into the
P'A NiSi I LOSS iJE-LIEVED ENORMOUS.
That tL: e n''mtber of killed on the
Spatnish side is etnormous no one dloubts,
for time anid again the American shells
lilt thie batteiries sq uarely3, atid amion g
the flying masonriy and dismantled
guns the forms of menCl were descried.
NONE KilLED OR1 WOUTNDED.
T1he dlamage dOne to tho American
Ileet cannot he learneitd, butt it is ntt
thought any person was killed, if, in
(Ieed, anyi3one was wvounded.
HPANIARDIS M1A1( MANiLA cLAIM.
Madraid, J1une I, 5i p. mu.-lTe follow
lng undated otilal dlispatch from lia
bana has beeni received here:
"'The A merican squiad ron command
ed by Comm todoro Schley, compiosed of
large ironcblds and crutiser-s, attacked
the forti lleationhs at the enitrance of
Satntiago (Ie Cutha. Ourt ir-olnadi Cris
Cobal C2oloni, ciosinig the mtont,h of theI
p)ort atndl supportedl by the lire of the
forts, repulsed the attack, catusinhg
damattge t.o I,he enemIty.
Admiirai Manterola is the omieer in
cotmmand of the reguilar' Spat 'h fleet
in Cuban waters.
FRENCH COMhPANY'S DULLET.
Cape Hlaysien, June 1.-The daily
bulletin issuied by the French Cablo
company here today apparently con
ims the news of Spanish,origin to the
ceffeot that a battle has been fought be.
i W a1NIag te XIA, Tht bul,etin 1a
"Canhta"0 e na May 3. -1h$
at 2 *\wek Che Ame1anvee, vviv
,kVW%11At4 tom.hijs, 4 WMlA fo ap
theavy u-, Tei, th e NO vvwaka A fion
ofh't Auorm '44a X1% at 'k
"The' canmd was very b'risk ne
to 4.i Tlhe shell* teU in no e but
di not ACh as far a 6 the ton n, %
''A fher 3 4i t.he caminde eakened
and vcun shots were heard in the
oAing. The -m tican comvlet
%-a4ed 1iig aIer 4 lelk in the
At 2 o'ehk I-lay the Anirian
ste~amelr thnita arrived at Caspe Uay
tien frox Xew York and I\-rt do Paix.
She rotris that she did not te any
TII NIWS IN \tADRtIN
Mladrid, JuLe 1, , ' m,-in the
senute today Count Oasa Valenica
asked "if the news of the Amierlioan
repulse at Santiago tie Cuba was offl.
The minister of marine, Captain Au
non, replied afimatively, adding:
"The news is a good augury for fur
ther victories, which the courage and
hgli merit of qur sailors give reason to
The senate then unanimously "noted
with satisfaction the brilliant victory
of the Spanish fleet.
NO DOUBTS AT KEY WEST.
Key West, Jtune 1, 4.20 p. in.-As to
the result, of the battle at Hantiago de
Cuba there is but one opinion among
naval men here and that is the Ameri
can fleet is strong enough to cop with
the % hole Spanish navy, let alone Cer
vera's light squdron.
Advices from the blockading fleet
off Habana say there is nothing stir
ring there. Every morning one Span
ish g1nboat skulks out of the harbor
ani moves along thu line of forts, pro
tected by theum, ats if sent, by lilanco to
tell th, Americans he does not fear
The stories about. a SDanish Cruiser
being seen in the Straits of Florida
atd even chasinr American ship)s have
become the subject. of laughter among
naval oflleers, who say they would
dearly love to .-ve any such Ship.
Nearly all the newspaper boats have
gone to Santilago.
Admiral Cervera's coal ship, the big
Iritish steamuer lIestoriel, has beenl
moored4 at. the naval station dock,
where her cargo of picked Welch coal
will be unloaded. Naval offlicals have
an idea they will limd something beside
coal in her hold. ,
it was the iestol mal's failure to
reach Sant,iago that, made it iupossible
for the Spanish fleet to escape.
There were no important naval
Seventy-five naval reserves from
Chicago and 147 from Iowa and Illinois
arrived on the steamer from Tampa
today under command of Lleut. Porter'.
T1hey were taken on board the L4ancas
ter. All were well except, one, who
was brought, ashore in a cot. The re
serves who arrived last week have been
distributed among the vessels of the
INSURGUENTrS IN TIlE REAR.
C'ape IIaytien, June 1.--Special from
Santiago, confirming yesterday's bom
bard ment, says great events exp)ected
hourly. Americanm warships in front
of harbor. Insurgents gathering on
hills. SpanIsh taken extraordinary pre
cautions to guard against harbor en
"There's no use in talkIng," esys W.
H-. Broadwel, druggIst, La Cygne, Kas.,
"Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
D)Iarrhm Iemedy does the wtork.
After t aklng medicines of my own
preparation and those of others, I took
a (dose of ChamberlaIn's andl it helped
rme, a second dlose cured me. Candidly
anId conseientilously I can recommend
It as the best thing on tihe market." Thle
25' and 501 cent sists for sale by W. E.
Pe h am.
Always remember- that Lilly Braek
eta fine Shoes for gentlemen ar-c the
best onl tile mriket. Jamieson's. t tf
Cannon & DMUys,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
PWUSH HIM, OLD BOY I
Uncle Sam says to his plucky fighters.
Hie will finish him without doubt in as
masterful a manner as we will finish
your' linen, after putting a beautiful
color upon it. Our laundry work is
perfect, and anything s6nt ,to tis es
bablishment to be laundered will give
perfect eatisfaction, as wtell as gratinfea
aion. Shirts, colars and cuffs are made
o look like new,
MvN Geore (, lVIS died at the
home of ht brother, Me,p 11. it Davis,
at Little Niounta on Wednesday, (at,
at 2 ooh>wk, with consumption. His
rmalnq womN bought to Nowberry and
A% R,seont Cemetery yester
i#y bAtW'en th) honr1 of l12 Ald I
oeklock, M , DaV 1,s was a printer, haV.
ing learned the trado on the Newbxrry
News abmiut 20 years ago. lie had
many ftiends In Nowberry who soIrow
At hi* death.
h,M J. t Vanipbell died at his home
in Jalapa on Wednesday, 1tA, after a
few days tesA. Mr. Campbel1 wa,s
nostmtet at mpa, which positIon he
had held for several yearn. His re.
mains wer, interr%d at the faitly bury
ing gmund At Jalapa esterday at *3
NEWBERRY, S. C.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10!
OUR SOLDIER BOYS!
Not War, But Peace I
The Clemson Glee
dil M isrel'l 0lb
MISS LULA MOORK Soprano,
MISS SARAH BRODIE, Pinist
Ad mission, 25 and 35c.
Gallery, - - 15c.
Tickets on sale at Scholtz' Jewelry
AMITY LODLIP NO. 87, A. F. I.
of Anity Lodge, No.87, A. F. M.
will be held next Monday evening at
8 00 o'clock, in Masonic Hall. Visiting
brethren cordially welcomed.
The F. C. degree will be conferred.
A. C. JONES, W. M.
J. H. M. KINARD, Secretary.
kTATE 01" SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
John H. Puckhaber, Plaintiff, vs.
Fimanuel Wesley, Defendant..
Summons for Relief, Complaint not
To the Defendent Emanuel Wesley:
JOU ARE SUMONED AND RE
XLquired to answer the complait
in above entitled action, a copy of
which is this day flied in the offce of
the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas
for Newberry County, and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said com
i>laint on the subscribers at thel office
n Newberry, South Carolina, within
twenty days after service hereof upon
you; and if you fail to answer the said
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the Plaintiff in this action will apply to
the Court for the relief demanded in
the said complaint.
JIOHNSTONE & WELCH,
June1st 188.Plaintiff's Attorneys.
To the Defendant, Emanuel Wesley:
Take notice that the comnplaint in the
above stated case was this d a:' fled in
the of lce of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for Newborry County,
JOHNSTONE & WELCH,
June1st 189.Plaintiff's Attorneys.
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 come and spenld a
p)leasant hour .in looking
aroundl at our stock and buy
when you get readIy.
DO YOUlIE QOOD COFFE?
If so, buy the "Blue Ribbon"
brand. This isi an excellent brand
of Maca and Jiava, arnd will go twice
as far ats cheap coffee.
If you will only try this brand you
will quit using cheap and poor coffee.
In it you will find both gnality and
economy. Sold by
S. B. JONES, Sole Agent.
The Rumor of Wedding.
Is in the air. Those who have
been 5o fortunate as to have received
an invi' ation shonld show their ftp.
preciation by sending a gift such as
Out Glass, Fancy China or a Hand
some Lamp. Either of tnese arti
oles. they can buy very cheap at
ROBERTSON & 'GILDER'S.
OWses flly hat thu alkvess In the wold It
etai 1 the digestedl toot too 1ong in the bowels
andprttnes, blosne, thrykt liver, tad.
gsionl, lx%%aj , oae
tongue, st. heaehe, in,
oume constIpAtion an al6 11
meUlts,'at N dheuh, ,Almgist.
Tb only Plls to tako with 1%%'aasa,
Notice Boj6rd of Health
T it X.E ' I0 IWIN0 1 t R80 I IT
tions wore pAssed by tho Iloard
ot tjoaltIlh% a%jmkttIn g AN%y ,'89
k'ake uotieo and govern yoiselves le.
Rtoso i1. 'That wk orter emlpul
sory vackAnattonl, and that ove6y iti
un be allowed to apIl, tor vaeeinat-ion
until Jano 61it, 18-Ri, after which time
tho boardl will entoree vaeovianmlat.
Hosolvett 2. 'Vhat all physilians he
furnishAed vaecine points and be paid
tftoen cents each patient, stuame as pub
lie vaccinator, until June 6th. Aftor
thtt Ie com tiulslory vaeiatt ion w!Il
C. A. MOW'WAN, Seeretary.
Just Opened I
1 Case Shirting Prints at. 4e.
I Case Ladles' Vests at 5o.
1 00aso 40-in. Sea Island at 5e.
1 Case Pereal, fast colors, at. 4c.
1 Caso 44 Bleaching at 5c.
You will Iind in our
Wool Dress Goods
Department tho very latest Styles,
from 200. to $1.25 per yard. You
must see our Figured Blaek for
Skirts at 50e , also something new
in Acord at same prlee.
This line Is moro completo than
ever before. We want to show yot
our Organdies in Figure and Plain.
Look at our 66ii. Whitc Organdy
Our Notions stock is very com
plete in every line.
In the Millinery Department we
are showing some very stylish
Goods in. Pancy Sailors and iats.
Come and inspect our stoec. We
will meet any pile.
Pure Silk Mitts,
10 and 15c.
5, 10 and 25c.
Pearl-- 6 piece-,
Sets 15c. only.
LOUIS H ERNSDORF
(in summer weight)
LAES al EDQINS
Suit Every One.
Another New Line of
COME TO SEE US.
0. M. Jamieson has just received his
S pring line of Zeigler Braos. Ladles',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, in Tan
Dale, BIk Bale, Button Boots, Oxford
Ti' a, Strap Saindles, latest style Lasts
T1he mest approved Mvosquilto Canopy
in the wvorld ror sale by S. J1. Wocon.2t
BEST MOSQUITO NEI
3. 3. WC
- BIG STOCK
The season is getting 14
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATE
THAT WE WILL SELL R
We want to turn the Gc
a big cut in the pric
We have a ver
Suits, Shoes," Hats,':: Scarfs
That woil d inko elegi
Come in and w(
better than w<
We mean strictly busin
THE NEWBERRY C
The Latest Arrivals
50 pes Standard Shirting Prints, 4tc.
50 pes Merrimack " " 43c.
10 pcs fancy Satin Rage, Grenmadino
offect, at She.
10 peeOs W~hite India Linen, nc.
10 " " " 12A0.
10 " " " 15co.
10 pcs Fancy Black Dross Goods for
suitsq and skirts at 25c to '75e a yd.
5 pcs 40-inch Silk Mull at 30c.
5 pes Black Silk Grenadino at 00c
to $1.00 a yard.
A large line of new Pants at from
50c. to $5.00 a pair.
20 cases of Men's, Wonmen's and
Children's Shoes at from 50c. to
$3.00 a pair.
20 cases of Men's Straw Hlats at 15Sc
to $1.00 each..
S cases of Mon's Stif? and Soft Fur
Hats at $1.00 to $2.00.
A newv lino of
all at a little less thian you
3an buy them at any other
store in Newberry1. Why?
Bcanuso JONES sells fbr cash
10d consequently cS n aflbrd1
>. soll for less.
C omo an se1 $ us oIftn.
Agent for Standard( I'latternls.
The INeople's Store.
Jnder Newborr1y Hotel.
Newberry. S. (.. May 17, 1898.
E DIXIE CANOPY."
ipproved best canopy.
iot in use, by releasing
i, it of itself takes a po
t the head of bed both
J and ornamental.
'rice, $2.75 each.
'ALL AND SEE THEM I
! LOW PRICES!
ite and we still have a
and FURNISHING GOODS
CGARDLESS OF PROFIT I
>ods into money, and if
es will, do it, we will
lish'our object I
y nobby line of
, Elk Handkerchiefs, Etc.,
3 can show you
a can tell you.
Shall be our motto this
season. We are in a
position to give both.
Our buyers have just
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun-.
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that:
huy in the cheapest
buy in large quanti
Wo thorefore com)mandc the very
lowest pr:ices and will give themn to
We want to call your specitl at ten
tion to tho fact that we do not sell
trash nor RhOddy goods.
We prido ourselves in offering re
liable goods in overy line, even our
cheapesit goods are of standard qual
We propose to lead in point of I
style and quality and to moeet all comn
potlitioni ini point of price.
are, full of nice, new
spring goods. We want
to show them to you,
and will do as much for
you as any house can.
Come to See Us.