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Tito Swall .ox SItuation.
Sinet our last 'Issuo there has been
no new doveloprents in tho small pox
Mr. Brim, who is. confined in a tent
in Mr. Wells' woods, Mr. Robt.
Wright's little child and the cases at
the pest house are getting along re
1markaly well and there is .not. a new
case in or near the city.
Vaccination is going on on all hands,
or arms, the doctorg within the past
few days having v-aecinated between
900. nd a 1,000 persons.
On Monday compulsory vaccination
will begin and we suppose a house to
house canvass will be made by the pub
There is no doubt but that vaccina
tion is a sure preventive from the di
sease; for instance, of the 15 boys at the
college for whom the negro, woman,
McMorries, did washing, 14 had been
vaccinated, Mr. lUrim being the one
that had not and he is the only one
who has broken out with the disease.
We also understand that the same was
the case with Mr. Wright's family- ill
having to n vaccinated except his
baby, who now has the disease.
There is nto cause, however, for
alarm, as we do not believe the disease
will spread. Certain it is that there
are no new cases and we are keeping
nothing back from the public.
The need of a good Spring Medicine
is almost universal and Hood's Sarsa
parilla exactly meets this need. Be
sure to get Hood's.
Sterescoplo Views of Ouba.
Mr. J. W.. Brown, with Griffith &
Grinith, of Philadelphia, wilt visit you
at your homes.aid will be pleased to
show you the finest line of Stereoscopes
and Views ever shown in your town.
ie is taking orders for future de
The Iam Cotton Planter.
Mr. D. L. Ham returned last week
from a visit to Georgia, where he had
been in the Interest of "The Ham Cot
ton Planter," of which he is the pat
entee. He succeeded in making ar
rangements with a large and reliable
manufacturing company to manufpc.
ture and push the sale of the planters
in the considerable territory he has al
ready disposed of.
Mr. Ham expects to have one of his
planters on exhibition here within a
short time, and every farmer should
examine it and see what a good thing
The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle
rider aro liable to unexpetud cuts and
brulses. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the
je, t thing to keep on hand. It heiiA quickly,
and is a w 1i known cure for plies. W. E. Pel.
Spring styles in Zeigler Bros' Shoes
just received. They are the best shoes
on the market. 0. M. Jamieson.
Just received a barrel fine mackerel
at JOs. T. HUTCHINSON & CO.
I have decided to reduce prices on
several lines of Ladies', 'Misses' and
Children's Oxfords. S. J. Wooten.2t
The Charleston and Western Caroli
.na Railway will have on sale reduced
round triip tickets for the following
To Spartanburg for commencement
Convere College. Tickets on sale June
2nd to 5th, final limit June 9th.
To Spartanburg for commencement
Woiford College. Tickets on sale June
10th to 12th, final limit June 18t,h.
To Greenville for commence Green
ville Female College and Furman Uni
versity. Tickets on sale June 10th to
14th, ilnal limit June 18th.
Hundreds of thousands have, been
Induced to try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by reading what it las done
for others, and having Lested Its merits
for themselves are today its warmest
friends. For t.ale by WN.'E. Pelham,
Mlore Precious than Goid.
What is'that now?
Why, those fine apples, oranges,
bananas, lemons, etc., at
Jos. T. HUTCHINSON & Co.
Teachers Elected. .
The annual election of teachers for
the Graded Schools was held last night
and resulted in the re-election of all
the old teachers.
Miss Nellye McF'all was elected to
fill[the vacancy caused by the death of*
The term now closing has been one
of the most successful and satisfactory
in the history of the schools, and the
trustees are certainly fortunate in re
taining the services of Superintendent
Wallace and his excellent corps of
The following are the teachers elect
ed last night: W. HI. Wallace, Superin
tenpont; Mrs. WN. Y. Fair, Miss Carrie
Aull, Miss Mary Burton, Miss Kate
~[ Lou Noel, Miss Rachel McMaster, Miss
lula Jones, Mtiss Lizzie Dominick and
MIss Nellyo McFall.
M iss Laura B3lease was also re-elected
to teach the Factory school.
No Superintendent has yet been
elected for the Hoge school. The two
present assistants at this school were
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprislor of the
Burton House, Button, W. V.. and one
of the most widely knowanimen in the
Mtate was cured of rheumatism after
three years of sufferin)g. He Bays: "I
have not snificient command of Ian
gu'ige to convey any idiea of what I
suflered, my physicians told me that
no.thing could be done for me and nmy
frienada were fully convinced that noth
ins hut death would relieve mue of jny
suftering. lin June, 1801, Mr. Evens,
t hen salesman for the Wheeling Diug
Co. recommen led Ch amberlain'a Pain
Bairn. At this time my foot and limb
were swollen to more than double their
niormat size and It seemed to me my
l.-g womuld burst, hiut soon1 after I be
gan to decrease, the paIn to leave, and
no0w I consider that I aum entirely
cured. JFor sale by WN. E. Pelham.
VARIOUO AND ALL ABOUT.
Mise Blanche Carson, of Aiken, is
v6i1ting at Mrs. Bleases.
Read in thi iss-e of the Clemson
Glee and MinStre Club.
The choruses by the Glee Club of
Clemson will cheer you up.
Rain is still nedded in Newberry.
The gardens are drying up.
We enjoyed a refreshing shower of
rain late yesterday aftirnoon.
Mr. Caldwell Fant is clerking at
Robertson & G1lder's Drug Store.
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder has moved
into his new residence on Main Street..
. Communion si'evices -will be held in
the Lutheran church on Sunday morn
Tho Male Quartette with the Clem
son Glee Club, is one of the finest in the
Mrs. Geo. A. Wright and children
leave today for a visit to her father's
family at Johnson, S. C.
The admission to the Clemson Glee
and Minstrel Club entertainment Is
only 15, 25 and 35 cents.
Rev. and Mrs. 11. P. Counts, of Little
Mountain, are on a visit to relatives
and friends in Haralson, Ga.
Mr. Wi. J. Blackwood, of Burkeley
Springs, West Va., is on a visit to his
daughter, Mrs. Thos. F. Harmon.
Let your children take in the Cinco
graph Mondity night. Admission 10
and 20 cents to any part of the house.
, Mr. J. W. Brown, representing
Griffith & Griffith, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
is in the city. See his notice in another
The play of negro characters by the
Clemson Glee and Minstrel. Club will
furnish fun and amusement for -young
Do not forget the exhibition at the
opera house tonight by the pupils of the
Graded School, Program published in
The duet by Miss Lula Moore and
Prof. Riggs is alone worth the admis
sionl fee to the opera house Friday
night, June 10th.
Mr. John Daniels, who has been at
home for the past few weeks on the
sick list, left on Wednesday to join his
company again in Columbia.
A most excellent barbecue was served
at the Lake place yesterday, prepared
by that chief caterer, James Dunbar,
and served a la Bishop and Purcell.
The Board of Trustees of the Graded
school has awarded a medal to that pu
pil in the school who has attained the
highest scholarship. The award will
be made tonight.
The annual meeting of the Home
Mutual Fire P rotection Association
was held on Wednesday. The proceed
ings of the meeting \vill he published
in out next paper.
Children's day at 'frinity in No 6
will be observed on Saturday beford
the second Tuesday in June. The chil
dren will have exercises in the morn
ing and in the afternoon there will be
several addresses by the ministers
The Ci neograph entertain mont, at
the opera house last night was a sue
cess. Thie JUnited States and Cuban
flags were cheered and re-cheered as
they were thrown on the cur'tain. Not
a sound could be hoard on the appear
ance of the Spanish flag, barring a hiss
or two here and there in the audience.
Signs of 5ipring.
Convoy a warning that certain ail
ments, general debility, dyspepsia,
skin diseases, liver complaints, etc.,
need attention. There isn't anything
better for a blood purifie,r than Our
SarsaparilIla Cornpound. Nothing
secret or mysterious about it. It is
carefully made of the best drugs, like
everything that we make, and we give
yo i a bigger bottle than you usually
get and charge but 75e for it.
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Druggists, on the corner.
Tne medals and books awarded for
'good conduct, by vote of the pupils of
the Graded School, have been awarded
Medal for girl, to Louise E. Aull, of
Medal for boy, to Harry WV. Domi
nick, of the 10th Grade.
B3ook (Longfellow's Poems) for girl,
to Anne D. JTones, of 1st Grade.
Book (Tennyson's Poems) for boy, to
Maurice 'Tiller', of 9th Gr'ade.
The medals and books were given by
Mr. E. A. Scott.
A (Good EntertnInment.
The Cincograph at the Opera House
last night wvas the banner attraction of
the season. It was not a magic latern
show as many thought. 'rho pictures
have all life motion and altogether it
was the most wonderful and p)leasing
entertalnmont we have ever' witnessed.
When t,he U S Monitor Miantonomnoh
made its appearance plowing through
the waves the demonstration of the
audience knew no bounds and when the
stern of the boat came in view wit.h
f,ho|American flag flying the applause
was deafening. Among the host pic
tures were brave Cubans, the funeral
procession of the Maine victims, the
Maine sailing in Havana Harbor' and
the bull figh t.
The entertainment will be repeated
Monday night at Mattinee prices, as the
house could not be darkened sufmliently
thr'ough the day. The ad mission will be
10 and 20 cents to any part of the
AN IMPORTANT RULINO
THIE STATE EXEUULTIVie COMMITiN
JDECIENS A KNOTTY QUESTION.
No FaCOIoa Uandlillates to be Allowed In
the Dentooratto Prianary Unless they
Itun as Judivillauts aud not aw Candt.
daten of a Faction of thn Party.
[Speciak to Herald and News.]
Columbia, S. C., June 3, 9.20 a. in -
At a meeting of the Democratic State
Executivo Committee last night, Mr.
Blease submitted the following ques
tion from Senator Mower: Whether or
not the suggestion of a candidate by
the recent prohibition convention made
he who is suggested and accepts a can
d date in the Democratie primary such
as Is forbidddn by the terms of the
pledge prescribed by the constitution
of the Democratic party of this State?
Considerable discussion followed.
On motion to answer: No, he will not
be debarred. A yea and nay vote
Then the following resolutionq were
"As the nominee of the prohibition
faction, yes, he is debarred. If he is
an individual candidate within the
Democratic party; no, he is not de
Then the following was adopted: "we
interpret the constitution as disapprov
ing factional nominations, but if the
pledge is signed by candidates as indi
viduals their votes will be counted."
The first was in nature of direct rul
ing on point, the latter is a straddle.
There are too many politicians and
offlee-seekers in the committee.
Regiment has been completed by
taking company from Thompson's Bat
talion. Expect orders this morning to
move to Jacksonville.
E. H. AULL.
Tho iet, WVarNw.
(Special to Herald and News.)
Atlanta, Ga., June 2, 12 15-Spanish
troop ship captured Cervera made
another attempt, t) eseape. He finds
the channel blocked First troops off
Atlanta, 5.22 p. m.-Journal's Wash
ington correspondent says the real bat
tle of Santiago is being fought this
evening. Sampson's fleet and Oregon
helping Schley. HOLLOMEN.
TIllK (GK4DRD SCHOOL.
The Closip, Exercises to be Held Iu the
Opera Houso Tonilght-Programme of
The following is the programme of
the closing exercises of the Newberry
Graded School, which will be held in
the opera house tonight, to which the
public is invited.
The graduating class is composed of
nine bright and pretty young ladies
and two.handsome and able young men.
The opera house will doubtless be
filled to its utmost seating capacity
as Newberry feels a just pride in her
1'1 (A YlR.
Essay--Pat.riotismn-- E~d ward Nathan
Essay - Unuk nown H eroes-FL.lorence
E'ssay-The Force of Habit--Bessie
Eissay-The Ideal Wvoman-Myrtle
Abney Sch umpe ~rt. -
Essay-Patience, Time, and Money
Bring All Things to Pass-Azile Mc
Essay--Aim lligh-Ida Alice Lang
Essay-The A merican Flag- Harry
Essay-Make Haste Slowly--Anita
Essay---Sel f-Rel iance-Bcssie Ran
Essay--The IHam mer- Laura Ewvart
IJhenap liaten Ovecr thse Southuernt.
For occasion Comnmencenment Exer
cises Winthrop Normal and Industrial
College, Rock tHil, S. C., Jlune 2--9;
far'e for round trip from Newberry and
Prosperit.y 6-4.05. 'r'ickets on sale June
2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, limited to 9th.
Nat,ional Educational Association,
Washington, D). U , July 7-12; one fare'
for the round trip), plus $2 membership
fee. Tickets on saie July 4th-7th, limit
ed to 16th.4
Dr. .J. I-. Mcintosh wvill be at his
oflice each day this week from .8 to 10
a. mn. and 2 to 3 p. m. to meet those de
siring to avail themselves of the offer
of Free Vaccination made by the Board
of Health,. t&f it
A pleasant and effi
cient remedy for all
diseases o f th e
stomach and bow
and for sale at Rob
ertson & Gilder's
Drug Store. ftf
Fruit Jars ! - - -
-- - Fruit Jars!
We are selling Fruit
Jars, all sizes, very low
Peiham's Drug Store.
OUA PRSHAT BUDGET
ALL TKT NEWS OF A LIVE ANI PRO
[Speolat Oorrespondince Herald and News 1
Small pox Is all the talk now and we
can't see how all the talk is going to
do any good. The thing to do is to get
vaccinated yoursolf and then use your
influence to have all others to do the
same. All the talk about people losing
their arm from vaccinati, is fiction
uure and simple. We challonge any
one for definite proof sworn -to by a
reputable practi6ing physician of a
single such loss. Mrs Whites koforms
mo that as far as she could learn there
was no death or loss of arms in Atlanta
from vaccination, but that thero were
a number of deaths from small pox. We
often wonder why people with good
judgement on every other subject op
pose vaccination when they know that
it is the only thing that can be done to
escape the dib-ase. Let everybody be
vaccinated and do it at once.
Yes, Miss Nita, we are proud of all
our people and we do not brag, we only
tell the. truth about them. Yes, we
are proud of our people who have gone
out from us, and Mr. J. A. Rikard, who
has moved into your community, is one
of that number. JJe is a good farmer
and knows how to make things go.
You watch "Coot" and you will get
many new ideas for he is a progressive
One of our 250 pounders saw a box
that had what he thought was caramnels
in it and went to work and helped hir.
self to 4 or 6 of the little oblong
things and as they were sweet lie
thought they were nice and enjoyed
them, but imagine his consternation
when about an hour later his nephew
was hunting around for his box to find
it empty and was told that his uncle
had devoured them and he said, "why
man those things were cascarets." He
has been on the sick list for a week and
says he never expects to tackle any
thing that looks like a cascaret, again
for fear that he will get caught.
By the way Miss will you not join in
the crusade against tie ruthless slaugh
ter of our pretty feathered songsters
for use on ladies hats. I wan't to ask
all the lady readers of The Herald and
News if they will put this idea into
practice. Not to use birds as decora
tilons on their new hats. Just ponder
for one moment how uncalled for the
fashion Is and what destruction is
wrought among these beautiful, sweet
throated songsters of our woodlands. A
number of our pretty birds aro now
nearly or quite extinc or soon will be
if the present rate of slaughter Is kept
up much longer. .loin the audubon so
ciety in practice, if no more, and never
use birds as decorations.
Our follow citizen, who owes lis al
logiance to the Czai', has beei notified
to join his regiment as his country was
expecting war to break out between
FEngland and France and his country
wilt help France. He says that he pre
fers to enlist In Uncle Sam's army. Hie
belongs to the r.cservos. We don't
think he is going to be seen ini
"Rloosh Ia" soon.
Mr. J1. P. Mills (known as Boss Mills)
died at his father's home, at Sligh's, On
the 30th. He wasm laid to rest in St.
Paul's cemetery on Truesday. He was
about 18 years old and was a young
man of much promise.
Mr. W. C. Shecly, of Little Moun
tain, was In town Tuesday and he~ re
ports everything suffe'ing for rain and
that thdy were very dry.
Pr'of. N. E. Auli will make a Sunda3 -
school address In Holy Trinity church,
Little Mountain, on Sunday, June 5th.
R1ev. H. P. Counts, of Little Moun
t iin, left last Tuesday to visit relatives
in Georgia. His little son accom
panied him to visit his grandparents.
The Prospcerity High School Asso
elation will hold Its annual meeting in
the Graded school building on Monday,
.June 13th, at 6 p, mn. to elect trustees
for the ensuing year'.
We learn that Mir. John Cook has
decided to start his roller mill on the
27th of June. He starts at this date In
order to let all get ready and have
p)lenlty of gr'ain for a continuous run
when he once starts up.
say, Chips, if you want to come out
for' any omice I will waive my position
in your behalf and espouse, advocate
and defend your' cause for anything
you want from Governor up to Coroner
aed I wvill go further, old boy, and lend
you my Coogler and with~ your rhym
ing and Its himming sweetness you will
be Invincible and will be eure to get
there. What say you?
Miss Margerite Hunter, a student of
Elizabeth College, of Ch'arlotte, N. C.,
had gone over to Mt. Pleasant to at
tend the Commencement exercises
there, was thirown from a carmiingo, and
a telegram fr-om President KCing to Dr.
Hunter, her brother, told him she was
seriously hurt. He left on the night
train and has wired back that she was
resting easily and no serious symptons
Dr,. J. S. Wheeler has dlecided toe lo
cate here alnd has been attending to Drm.
Hunter''s practice during his absence
at the bedside oif his sister in North
Hion. Geo. 13 Lester', of Saluda Co.,
had the- mnisfor'tune to have his leg
br'oken last week. At tihe last hearing
he was doing fairly well.
Uncle M ike Kempson lost h is favorite
buggy nag last week. He said he will
miss her as she had comec to know his
wvay and he could trust her'.
IMisses Leila and Ilattle Kempson, of
Saluda, were in town on Tuesday. Theimy
repor't everything needing rain.
"Uncle Squire" Feagle andl Miss
Olive fr'om the Klondike were in town
this week.. He says le has been eat
I ig fBlh and squirrels world witbout
lion. C. M.- 1tled passed through
town on last Saturday and gave us a
Tho Board of Ilealth of the town
will nako vaccination compulsory I
am told as soon -4 Dr. Hunter who is a
nember of the board returns. Wo.e
gret that this has not been done before,
f. r with as inu h small pox as tihe. o as
there is in Columbia and tel trains a
day out of there it 1 absolutely neces
sary that every mall, woman and child
in town be vaccinated ad that at once.
We hope they will not dclay a day.
Mir. S. J. Clark, a prominent. citizon
of 'C1hapin, accompanied by lis fatlily.
spent the day with Mr. S. .1. Kohn. He
raports fair prospects but dry.
Mr. J. P. S. Summor, from near
Gary's Lane, paGed through town on
his way lomc le had been down to
his old home In Lexington to harvest
The wheat and oats erops are re
ported gencrally to be good ed for
which we sh, aId be thankful.
We notice, M'. Iditor, tat you have
given the prohlibits a column. I am
glad you have, for it will do good; yes,
much good to discuss this quesdon.
As I have said beforo it is only by mg
itation and discussion that you can
crystalizo public sentiment, whie I
may not endorse all they may say and
do. I know that the discussion will
result in good to all. When people as
a rule are convinced that they are in
the wrong they are willing to do the
right and we can see no good reason
why this should be an exception. A
thorough ventilation of the question
will do much for some of us old moss
back church members who arc now In
different. it will I hope wake us up,
and cause us to keep our eyes open on
this drink evil, and when that, is done
it will be a noble work.
Our friends niust not expect to steer
clear of criticism and it may be of real
benefit to them. Yfa agitate, dic iss,
give facts and let us know all the ins
and outs. Keep at, it, everlastingly at
it and great good Will follow. KAY.
The Sure Lia Grippo Cure.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady, it' you will only get
the right remedy. You are having
pain all through your body, your liver
is out of order, have no appetite, no
life or am.-bition, have a bad cold, iu
fact are completely used up. Electric
Bitters is th le only remedy llhat will
give you prompt and sure relief. They
act directly oil your Liver, Stomach
and Kidne3s, tone up ithe whole sys
tem and make you feel like a iie.v Ie
Ing. They are guarantUed to cure or
prico rufuided. For sale at Robertson
& 1lider's and Pellatm's Drug Stores,
only 80 centis per bottle.
Our Solier msnym-Not. Wir, itut 'euce.
The Clenson College Gleo autl Miin
etrol Club and 'Male Quartette as!isted
by Miss Lula Moore, soprano, and Aiss
Sarah Brodie, planist., will perform at,
the Newberry Opera louse, Friday
night, June 10tb.
T1his organiza'.ttion was start-ed at
Ulemsona in .18%h. Profs. Liggs and
B3owman haavinig had large experience
in silis line were elected directors.
The Club made its first, appearance at
the closing exercisesJ of the college in
December, 189G1, before an audience of
B00. A few days later' they were invited
to Rlock Hill1, whcere they repeat,ed their
entertainment before an audience of
700. The College boast of their club;
their male quartette ranks with the
first of tihe South. T1hey ar'c well as
sured of the fact, tbat, IL College (Olec
Club cannot coin mooney, butt are an xious
to show up the social atnd pleasanit side
of a student at college.
The prtogramme wvill last abouit, t,wo
hours, and they guarantee that those
who attendl will receivye the wort.h of
The quartette will render a number
of choruses in different costumes.
T1he duet by Miss Lula Moore and
Prof. Rliggs is alone worth the admis
They also have upl a lay of negro
characters which will furnish fun and
aimusemnt for y'oung~ and old.
The Club since its' organizaltion has
given nine perfornmances and are now
hard at work for their coming perform
[Lnco ait Clemson, andl their summerci
trip). They will take in the following
towns: Laurens, Greenwood, New berry
and pr'obaLbly Grleenville and Spartan
Read the following aind form your
The Glee and1 Minsttrel Club (of Clemn
son College gave a most enjoyable en
tertainmnent in the iauditEoriurn of WVin
throp College in D)ecmber, 189ti. The
young men wecre well t.rain)ed an(i their
singing, playing and( acting wer'e most
[reditable. The programne was ari
ranged wit,h fIne taste and1( judgment.
TIhose who loved a g(ood laugh had
manLIy opp3ortunlities of indulging them
selves and thec lovers of good music
were delighted with the excellent In
strumental and vocal selections. Mmany'
pecople of Rock Hil1l attendled and the
uiIversaLl opiion was that it, was one
of the very baest entea tainuments' ever
given here. ID. B. .IoHINM)N,
President. W inth rope Collego.
A. I[. Patter, witha 1. C. Aiklos &
CIo., Inodianaipolis, fond., writ ew: '"I
have njever b.efore givent a tentl Iimoiihal
in vmy life'. Hat 1 will ay t hat for
three years we harve nie'ver beena with
'tt Chambe 'rIlii's Co,l I, C.hiolei'a and(
DI)arrl ma Jtemedy vin thle house. ando
omy wife would a soon think oif bieing
wit hout WI suar us a boettlei of this e-Im
e.dy in the slimmer setasot'. WVo have
usen it with all I i bree of our child reni
anud it las never faIled to cure-noi't
simply stop p'aina, but ('lre absolutt ely,'
It is as all writ, tanyonue who tries
it wIli nmi it. no." l''r se by W.
The Time to Talk About something Desgies
The commencement season Is upon
us. It is a time when we must talk
and write about something besides war.
The pretty girls and the hopeful young
men must not be forgotten or over
looked. We always look upon the
comimnocement season with especial
favor. We want to give the young
men and the young women all the en
couragemtent we can and try to make
iho commencement season as happy
and as pleasanti as we can.
130!ow we give the programs of sov
eral commencoments that will be in
full blast in a few days. Some of these
we may havo printed btfor but it will
do no littrim to plrIlit t,hem again.
COLUMIA FEMALE COLLEOF.
The twenty-ninth annual commence
ment of the Columbia Female College
occurs June 2 to 5. The progi'ammo of
exercises is as follows:
Thursday Evening, Tune 2--Annual
Pelday Morning, Juno 3-Aluimni ad
dress, the Rev. M. L. Carlisle.
Friday E"vening, June 3-Literary
address, the Rev. C. WO. Byrd, 1). 1).
Awarding of diplomas. Annual re
Saturday NAvening. June 4-Joint
eclebration of Wightman and Carlisle
Sunday Morning, Jurc 5-Uaccalau
reate scminon, Bishop C. B. 6alloway,
D). 0)., L, L. 1).
Su day Even ing, June 6- M issionary
address, Hishop C. 13. Galloway.
Awarding of diplonas.
Commencement veek exetrcises at
Winthrop Normal and Industrial Col
lege of South Carolina will be held
June 5 to 8. Following is the pro
gramme for the week:
Sunday, June 5, 8.30 P1. M.--Baeca
Monday, June (6, 8.30 1. M.-Joint
celebration of literary societies.
Tuesday, June 7, 9. A. M.--Class day
Tuesday, Juno 7, 8.30 1'. M.--Annual
concert and reception.
Wednesday, June 8, 11 A. M.--Alum
Wednesday, Jiune 8, 8.30 1'. M.-Ad
dress to the graduating class. Award
ing of diplomas.
Tle graduat,ing class at Winthrop is
as rolowm: Margaret Dorroh Anderson,
Minnic Brocke, Mthel Cooper, Agnes
Donnoiis Corbett, Margaret Moore
Douglas, Pawnece Jones, Mary Icugnlia
Maitin, Jnnit) May MIller, Fleetwood
Mon tgomery, Annin Allen Perry,
Mary Katherine Strihlin-, Margaret
The annual commencemet of New
berry College will be held at the Opera
House, Newberry, June 12 to 15. The
programme is as follows:
,;uinday morning, at, 10.80 o'clock,
baccalaureat. sermon, by the R(er. J
A. Sligli, Sligh's, S. C.
Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock, addriess
to tihe students, by President, lleury S.
Hlartzog, Clemson College, S. C.
Nonday eveinig, att 8 o'clock, con
test, for Pwize medal in oratory.
Tuesday morning, at 10.30 o'clock,
address before thme literar~y soeieties,
by the lion. Wmn. N. Shecats, Tallahas
Tu es b;y evening, at, 8.30 o'clock, ad
d ress before. the Alumni Assoc'.ation,
by Mr. E. Hi. Aull, Newberry, S. C.
Wednesday morning, at 10 o'lock,
class dlay exercises.
Wednesday evening, at 8 o'clock,
addr'ess by the Hon. John J1. Lentz,, of
Wednesday evening, at 91 o'clock, re
ception to the graduating class:
Following is the class roll: L. Il.
AulI, J1. HI. Boozer, 0. 11. Cannon,
Chias. [H. D)rafts, J1. M. Ept,ing, H. C.
i"allaw, J1. HI. F'rick, J1. L. Goggans, HI.
M. Henry, J1. J. Kibler, D. A. Kleck
Iey, J1. A. Rlauch, HI. TI. Renwick, WN.
1H. Shealy, C. I'. Summer', l'. C. Witt.
PillCHiiYTi'KI[A N CO[,,MO10.
Coinmencement execises of the Pies
b)yterian College of South Carolina, at
Clinton, will bc held Juno 5 to June 8.
The programme is as follows:
Sunday, at 11 o'clock A. M., bacca
laureate sermon, the R1ev. WV. T. Mat
Monday, at 8.30 o'clock P. M., die
bate; aflirinat,ive, WN. H. Bloyd, WN. II.
D)oyle; negative, .1. J1. Brown, WN. Y.
T1uiesday, 3 o'clock P. M., meeting of
T1uiesday, 8.30 o'clock P.~ M , declim
ers'& contest: WI. V. H Oydl, G. P. Parti
rott., 1. WN. Brown, J1. J1. Brown, J1. A.
Simpson, WN. WN. Chambhlee. Alumni
orat ion, T'i'ihronwli Jacobs. A. M. An
nual orition, .1. 1P. MIaron.
WedneHday, 10-301 o'clock A. M., lion
orary oration, t.he lHev, Henry WN
Huriwcll. Coimmencemient exercises.
Th'ie following ai'e the graduites: M.
A., lizabot,h F'roude Kennedy; B. A.,
I enjam in Ch arles H ellI: IH. S., N ann Ic
I 'ry3or J1ones.
A Narraow En:camg,e,.
Th'iankful wvords written by Mirs. Ada
E. h art, of Grot.on, 1): "'Was tikenm
wvith a bad14 cold w hich settIled on my
iiunge; (coughi set, in and( I finally termi
inaled ini Cuonsumption. Foumr Doctors
gave ino up to miy Savior, dieiermninedl
If I could not slay wi th iiy frienids on
earth, I woulId mewet my absent ones
iaboveO. My bu I4bandI wass ad vised to get
I)r, King's I)is ->vry fir C )isumnpt ion,
Co,ughs and tAdlds, I gave it a trial,
too1k in atlil ight boitt 1re. It hats (ere
me, and( itank G:odl 1 am saved and
nIow a well andl healthby womni.'' Trial
b)ottif'-l free at Robelrtsonl & (OlIler's
and)4 i'eihar 's D)rig Stores.
i(egulabr sIze 64o anti ~ $.00. Giuaran
teed orT price refunded.
- MECHANICAL COLLEGL
Agricultural -- Chemical.
Mechanical - . - - Textile.
Literary - - - - - - - Military.
lBest equipped College In the nout.h.
450 students. Send for illustrated cata
11.NRY S. HARTZOG.
Clemson College, S. C.
By other Houses will ever un
dersell or reach the level of Our
and Undersell themu ali
Are offered goods at ost. or at
half price, come to 4he Boo Itive
of bargains and you can buy the
same goods for a mere song.
Our prices are very littic
our Competitors need magnify
ing glasses to see theni We
knock them blind
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
Yours at only
3 3-4c. per yard.
Y ours at only
6c per 3 ard.
S3fe. per yard.
Best Standard Prints
Yours at only
4c. per yard.
Good Parched Coffee
Yours at only
Good Green Coffee
Yours at only
90 por poun(l.
Sap-Good Washing Soap
Yours at only
3c. per pound.
All other Goods at correspondingly low
Is worth twice as much at the
Beehive of Bargains.
The Fair and Square Dealer.
|Spring Clothing I
We aro prepare(l to Show
one of the prettiest and best
selected stocks of Men's,
Boy's and Children's Suits
that it has over been ny
pleasure to exhibit to my
friends and customers.
S Whilo North I took es
peocial p)ainsB in buying $uits
for the little folks f1omn 3 to
I Our Junior Snits from 3
to 8 years old is as neat
and as nobby as can be.
O ur D). B. Boy's Suits
fr om 9 to 10 years old
is one of the prettioest
lines weohave ever shown.
(Call and procure a suit
for the boys before the
sizes are broken. We
guarantee prices aind
O . M. JA MIESON,
Leader of Low Prices.
NEEL--EVERI,O BUSINESS SCHOOL,
SrI'RANnURIo, S. (C.
M AKles Ti'l' FOLL~IOWING SUM
mner terms, beginning .June 15:
Trwelvc Weeks Courso in B3ook-kee -
ing $20.00. Tiwelvye wveeks course in
Stenography and Try pewriti ng, $20.00.
Twelve weekCs course in Ar it,hmetle,
Spellinug,Innglish andl Penmanship,
$12.50. Hoard from $8 to $10.50.
Tuition Payable in advance.
STATrE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTrY OF NEWB3ERRY-IN
Prosp)erity Cotton M Ills, Plaintiff,
against Southern WVater Su pply Cona -
})YVIlUJi*(W1 A N I.~CXITION
.) and w arrant of aittachment, to tne
dIrect.ed in the above stated caseC, I will
sell at P rosperity, in the County of
Nowherry, S. C., on saleday, .11un) (th,
1898, within the legal hours of sale,
the followi ng descibedl prop)erty, levied
on1a the proporIt,y of the Defendant,
viz.: One steam driller and lot of toolW,
one stationary steam engine, lot 01
ipi ping, box or t.in cans, wrenches, &e.
M. M. IIUFOR[D,
Sherill of Newberry County, S V
Sheriff's O)flice, Mlay 12th, 189)8.
BETHIaL SCHOOL, NICARt PO)MA
i ia, ia in need of an elliicent, ceach
er for the coming term. Any personm
wisiIng to teach said school, will llase
confer with or make app)lication to
either of the tudersignod on or bero
Ju ne 4th, 189)8.
GiC~O. H. AUrA,
WM. T. HIA TTON,
Pomaria, S. C., May 9, 1808.