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-Corrotecd every Tu6sday and FrIday
ky 'urpmor Bros.
Aboulders .............. 'To,
a..............................i 1 St.
4 s3 t ......d.....,.. ...... 100,
Beit Molasses, new crop...... 500.
Good 0o1asses ........... . 2535.
Corn .. 650.
a.......l. . ............ 5.
Wheat Bren. .. . $1.10.
1st patent Flour..... $.50.
2rd Best Flour............ $0.25.
Good Ordinary Flour....... .4. .0.
Rice................. 6( ~ to.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, per cwt .........0c.
Butt6r, per- b ..................... 15@200.
g per dozen ................. 10c.
ChIckons, each ................ 12M@20c.
Peas, per bushel..... ...... 60c.
Corn, per bushel....... ...... 55
Oate, per bushel................. 350.
Sweet potatoes ............. 5 00.
Turkeys, per b ...........0 O 80.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 75o90o.
Rlucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corus, and all Skin Er
tions, aind positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
A child can buy as cheap as the most
experienced shopper as there is but one
I r1od to all at Flynn's Cash Store. t&flt
Please add to your phone list:
Jones' Ice House................. ......... t71
Fair, Wim. Y. (office)...................31
fit L. W. FLOYD.
A Fine Entertai"Ment.
Manager Bowman received a tele
gram yesterday from the manager of
the Laurens opera house stating that
the Clemson Glee Club had performed
there and the entertainment was a fine
one. Don't miss it at the opera house
The farmer, the mechanic and the bicycle
Iter art) liablo to unexp -eted cuts and
bruises. DeWitt's Witch HAzoI dalve is the
bo-t.thing to keep on hand. I heals quicki,
naid bi a w 1I known cure for piles. W. N. Pe
Just received a barrel fine mackerel
at Jos. T. HUTCHINSON & Co.
A full wagon load of Remnants
thrown on the floot at Flynn's-all
lengths, all styles, all qualities, all
kinds of goods--looks like he's giving
thom away, the price is so low. t&flt
Spring styles in Zeiglor Bros' Shoes
Just received. They are the best shoes
on the market. 0. M. Jainieson.
Agent, J. A. Burton, of the Southern
.tailway and E. Cavenaugh, of the C.,
N/c&-.-JRailway-, have issued a circu
lar stating that from and after Juno
15th, etrict cash collections will be
made on all deliveries of freight. The
public will govern themselves accord
Thou:andls of sufrerers frtom rippe haave
been restored to health by One 31 Mnute Cough
uno, It. quickly cures coughs, colds, bron-.
chitis~ pneumonia, grippe asthmna anud all
traand lung disenses. W.. E. Pelhum.
. Flynn's cost sale is drawing the
largest crowds to is store that wve have
ever' seen in Neswherr'y. t&f it
Always remember that Lilly Brack
ets fine Shoes for gentlemen are the
best on the market. Jamieson's. t tf
SDemocratic Executive Committee.
A meeting of the Democratic Exe
cat.ive Committee for this courty will
be held at Newberry on Saturday, June
29t h, at l0.30O a. m. A full attendance
WV. D. HARDY, Chairman.
Newberry, S. C., June 9th, 1898.
A little boy aked for a bottle of ' get up in
th)e morning a'. fast as yon can," the druggist
ree ized ahiousol(ii nme for "DoV m,t's
LI tIIarly iRisors." and gave him a bottie of
those famous it ttle pills for Constipat),n.10ik
headache. liver and stem ach troubles. WV. E
Sto,rescopio Views of Onba.
Mr. J .\W. B3roivn, with Griflth &
Grillth, of Philadelphia, will visit you
at, your homes and will be pleased to
show you the finest line of Stereoscopes
and Views ever' shown in your town.
He is taking orders for- future de
We have several times mentioned
the fine oat and wheat crops and they
have been gathered in good shape. It
will prove a blessing to the farmers at
this timhe to have their barns filled with
oats and pantries with good country
One of the best pieces of eat-s that we
have seen this year was grown in town
b ly Mr. M. A. Carlisle. It was ex
ceptionally good. He harvested 134
-bushels from one and a half acres and
used no fer'tilizer whatever. He says
.he has straw enough to last him for
two years. We would like to know if
any of our farmer's in the county can
beat this. We heard a farmer say
wheon Mr. Carlisle was telling us of the
yield from his patch thats he had ten
acres just as good as Mir. Carilsle's and
that he used no fertilizer' either' and
he lived down in the Glymnph?ille soc
tions. Ate that time behadi not threshed
his. We would like to have him re
port after he has measur-ed it uIp.
"There's ne use in talking,n9 says W.
H Biroad wel, dIrug ist, La Uyne, Kas.
AfttAr t,iklug mneicines of my ogrn
ipreparation anti those (t others, I took
,a dose of Chamtberilt's and if,hel4d
- ne, a 0econd dose enrpd.me. Cand id
asnd onsoeindual.y cani recommaend
- 's tl t best th)ng on the market." T~J
5' ~a'ti 0 %geut. Alzes for sale by W. .i
VARIOUS AN6 AL, ot..
Miss Helen Rower is Oot'io frora the
Woman's College in Baltimore.
The dry weather remains with us
and the gardons aro burnitg up.
Rev. 0. A. Wright leaves today for
Johnston and 1dgefleld to spond a week
Miss Eva Riser has returned home
fron Phoenix, whore sho has been
- The Clemson College di e Club at
the opera houz3 tonight is something
you should not miss.
Prof. B. -1. Johnstone is home from
Barnwell where he has been serving
as pkincipal of the Graded School.
Ars.,U. A. Milford, wife of Capt. C.
A. Miliford of Co. A, of Abbeville, is
visiting her aunt M rs. T. C. Pool.
Billy Hunter says: "My Soap and an
Anglo-American alliance would im
prove the comr-exion of the universe."
A party of twenty ortwonty-five went
up to Dyson on Wednesday to enjoy a
fish and hunt. Sorry we could not go
In the published list of the honor roll
in the last Herald and News two namer
were omitted: Arch Boozor, 90; Eunice
Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords at cost
at the Newberry Clothing Company.
This Is your opportunity, for this is a
Misses Nina Lako, Mary Thompson
and Nannio McCaughrin came home
from Converse on Wednesday to spend
the summer vacation.
The fourth page is taken from the
Southern Farmer and Horticulturist.
Read it and it you are not a subscriber
send us your name at once.
An ordinance in regard to compul
sory vaccination is published in an
other column. Compulsory vaccina
tion begins on Monday 13th.
Rev. E. P. McOlintock will preach at
King's Creek next Sabbath for the pas
tor 11ev. J. B. Hood, who is unable to
preach on account of sicknees.
About 2,000 vaccine points have been
used In Newberry in the last two weeks
in vaccinating our people. There are
not many more to be vaccinated.
The music for commencement on
Sunday morning and night will be
something excellent and will be fur
nished by some of the best voices in the
Col. C. J. Purcell I' a young voter
at his house and his nat. is C. J. Pur
cell, Jr. We extend our congratula
tions and hope he may make a good
and useful man.
Mr. J. E. Brim, the student, who has
small-pox, is about well, but the chair
man of the board of health tells us he
will not be released from custody until
the last of next week.
Thoro was a mistake in the addition
of the amount raised by- Mr. Werts in
Newberry last week for the regimental
band. It was published zaus a' total of
$42.00 when it should have been $13 00.
In the list of graduates of Converse
College, wvhich closed its session on
7th lust, appears the name of Miss Una
Lake, one of New berry's accomplished
young ladies who graduated with the
degrees of Bi. A., B. S.
The Luther League of the Lmther'an
church of this city gave a mo iu-light
p)icalic in the grove at the residence of
Mrs. (line last night, which was a
most enjoyable affair. Those who at
tended report a pleasant timo.
The members of the Fork Si,tday
school ask us to return their thanks to
Prof. W. P. Counts for his labors in
Leaching v'ocal music to time school and
in render*ing his services free of charge
and to express L.heir appreciation(of the
The city fathers arc having some flne
work done on Main Street in digging
down theo hill in front of Mrs. Nat Gist's
residence. The hill on both sides is
being dug down and-the valley filled up
so that there will be a level drive along
The seyeral rumors of additional
cases of smallpox in Newberry have
been thoroughly investigated by the
health) omeler and they prove without
foundation. There are no new eases in
the city and the two that did have it
are nearly well.
The Trumpet Flower.
An old citizen of Nowherry brings us
several trumpet flowers and suggests
that it should be adopted as the nation
al flower. We do not know wvhy the
suggestion is made unless he thinks
that we as a nation delight in blowing
eur owvn trump)ets. There is nothing
beautiful'about the flower'.
M iss Lizzie Joh nson, daughter' of Mr.
and Mi's. L. Y. Johnson, died at their
home in Faetor'yville on Wednesday
morning, 8th. Her remains were buried
at Rlosemont Cemetery yesterday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. She was a consistent
mnember' of the Second Baptist Church.
algns of Sprintg.
Convey a warning that certain ail-,
mente, general debility, dyspopsin,~
skin diseases, liver complaints, etc.,
need attention. There isn't anything
better for a blood purifier than Our
Sarsaparilla Compound. Nothing
secret or mysterious about it. It is
carefully made of the best drugs, like
everything thatwo make; and we give
yo, a bigger bottle than you usually1
get and charge but 75e for it.
UlER'TSON & GILDER,
It avens it Nwbstry oollex*. o SaAAy.
somethtag About the SDealter
for ftie week.
Commencement at Newberry College
begins on Sunday with the baccalaure
ate. sermon. The exercises will be
held in the opera house, and on Sunday
morning and evening all the churches
in the town will close and participate.
in the commencement., as has been cus
tomary for yeare. There is nothing to
prevent a large attendance at all the
exercises. No'new oases of smallpox
have developed and nearly all our peo,
plo have been vaccinated. We would
be glad to see our friends from the
county and Surrounding country pres
ent. We have not quarantined against
any place, and we now have no case of
smallpox in the town. So come right
along to commencement. If any now
cases should develop we will make the
fact known promptly.
TilE DACCALAUREATE SERMON
this year will be preached by the Rev.
J. A. Sligh, of this county. He has
been a life-long friend' of the college,
and for the past fifteen yos has been
president of the board of trustees.
While he is not an alumnus of the col
loge, he received his education there.
[e has served one congregation in this
county for more than a quarter of a
century, and this congregation has
given to the college more students and
more ministers have gone out from it
Ahan any other one congregation in the
same time in the Lutheran Church in
3outh Carolina. Mr. Sligh is an able
preacher and will give the young gen
Alemen a good sermon.
SUNDAY NIGHT AbDRESS
will be delivered by President Henry
3. Hartzog, of Clemson College. Mr..
11artzog is a young man, a graduate of
Ahe Citadel Academy at 0harleston in
he class of 1886. Ile entered the Gos
pol ministry of the Baptist Church, but
Las spent most of his life up to this
ime in teaching. Ie built up a large
school at Bambcrg, where he taught
for several years. l-e lator went to
Fohnston, where hits school work was
3minently successful. Ils election as
President of Clemson College a year
%go was a surprise as well as a p!easure
to many or his friends. The able man
aer in which he has discharged the
many and arduous duties incumbent
apon himu as president of one of the
largest institutions in the country has
lemonstrated the wisdom displayed by
Lhe board in placing him at its head,
ind has allayed all criticism on account
:f the election of a young man. Since
lie has taken charge the college has
moved along smonthly and in harmony
ind good results -are following. Mr.
Flartzog is a pleasant speaker and will,
give you something worth listening to.
JUNIOR MEDAL CONTEST.
On Monday night will be held the
medal contest in oratory by members
Df the Junior class. It is required of
Each member of the class to enter the
iontest and make a speech. Two or
three have joined the army and of
ciourse will not he present. The fol
lowing is the list of speakers and their
J. G. B3usby-"'Higher Ideals."
J. C. D)ominick-Our Government.
B. 13. Hlare-The New Patriotism.
0. W. Jenny-"We Build the Ladder
by Which We Climb."
T. P. .Johrn ,on-The .American Na
J. W. Ncase- -Energy.
D. A. Quattlbaum--Price of Great
WV. A. Rast-The UJnconquered South.
J. F?. SLillwell-Education Requisite
to National Greatness.
M. L. WVheeler-Ambition.
AD)DRE.SS InEFORE TIlE L,ITERARIY So
wvIll be delivered on Tuesday morning
at half past ten o'clock by the Hon.
WV. N. Sheats, who is a native of Geor
gia and the son of a Methodist minis.
ter. He moved to Florida,when quite
a b)oy. A fterwards he returned to his
native State and graduated from Emo
ry College. A bout 18 years ago he was
elected as Superi ntendent of Education
of Alachua County, Fla., and was so
successful in the work that after hold
ing the oflice for about 8 years he was
called to the of11ce of State Superin
tendent of Education and is now filling
his second term in said omeie. In the
year 1897 the precidency of the State
A gricultural College of Florida was
made vacant by the resignation of
President 0. Clute, and Mr. Sheats
was honored with the offer of the pres
idency of sail college, but deeming.the
work h3 had in hand of more impor
tance, he declined the offer. Mr.
Sheats is a man of p)leasing appearance,
high literary and intellectual ability,
and a fine orator. Trhose who come
out Tuesday morning may expect a lit
The address before the Alumni Asso
ciation will be delivered by Mr. E. H.
Auhl, of N'ewvberry. Hie was a member
or the class of 1880. As he Is a native
of this county and his life sine gradu-.
ation has been spent In the town as
teacher and editor of this p)aper, he is
known to all the people. The alumni
address this year' will be on Tuesday
Wednesday morning the sixteen
graduates wvill make their farewell
speeches, the~ diplomas and medals will
be awarded and commencement willl be
' WEDNESDAY NIGHT
there will be an address from the Hion.
J. J. Lentz, of Ohio. Mr. . Lentz is a
member of Congress and is -a very bril
liant aful eloquent, speaker. He dellV.
Pro an addre6iat Due West on Tueaday
sight and conies on here from there
and will speak in the opera hopso here
on Wednesday night.
There will be no reception at the
college on Wednesday night as has
been the custom heretofore, and the
commencementr week ends' with the
Wednesday exercises at the opora
house. We hope it may be a profitable
and a plcasant season to all of us.
A Ulover Triek.
It certainly looks like it, but there is
really no trick about it. Anybody can
try it who has Lane Back and Weak
Kidneys, Malaria or nervous troubles
We mean he can cure hinself ri1ht
away by taking Electric Bitters. This
medicine tones up the whole system.
sets as a stimulant to the Liver and
Kidneys, is a blood purifier and nerve
tnio. It cures Constipation, Headache,
Fainting Spell, Sleeplessness and Mel.
ancholy. It-is purely vegetable, a mild
laxative, and restores the system to its
natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and
be convinced that they are a miracle
worker. Every bottle guaranteedi,
Only 50o. a bottle at Robertson & Gil
der's and Pelham's Drug Store.
A Newberry Institution.
The Herald and News always gives
its endorseiment and encouragement to
any enterprise that will help our town
and county and we have had the satiE
faction of seeing many enterprises
build and grow and develop and suc
ceed and be blessings to the town and
county which when we first began to
advocate their building had but few
friends. It Is not necessary to enumer
ate. The institntions are here and
speak for themselves.
The Carolina Manufacturing Com
pany has a larger plant and a more ex
tensive business than most people even
here In Newberry imagine. They are
doing a class of work that has never
been done before in Newberry and they
are giving employment to a number of
people who would not otherwise find
employment in Newberry. They put a
lot of money in circulation in the town
and in this way they help all business
in the community.
The work they do, is in every way
first-class and equal to that turned out
by any institution of its kind anywhere
in the country.
A large undertaker in Augusta
writes of the goods ho has purchased:
"I desire to congratulate you upon the
excellent class of goods, as to finish
and general make up, that you sent me
last week, and can assure you that if
you keep up this style of work your
trade will eventually be the largest in
Do You Head
What people are saying about Hood's
Sarsaparilla? It is curing the worst
cases of scrofula, dyspepsia, rheumatism
and all forms of blood disease, erup
tions, bores, bolls and pimples. It is
giving strength to weak and tired wo
men. .Why should you hesitate to take
it, when it is doing so much for others?
HOOD's PILLs are the best family
cathartic and )iver tonic. Gentle, reli
Meeting Ventral Lea.gue, Grace Church,
Prosperity, 8. V.
Devotional Exercises.--Rcv. H. P.
1st. Should the League admit chil
dren as members; If not, at about what
age should members be admitted to the
League?-Miss Gussie Kibler, Messrr.
R. C. Banks, Kenneth Baker and W.
2nd. How can the co-operation of our
young people ho secured in the work
of the eburch?-Miss Gertrude B3obb,'
Messrs. Edmund Shealy, L P. Boland,
J. L. Goggans and Dr. J. B.Fox.
Rlecitation-Miss Ella Riser.
3rd. F"or what objects should the lo
cal Leagnmes expend their funds?-Dr.
S. T. Hallman, Messrs. A. HI. Kohn, T.
A. Epting, Jno. J. Dominick and Thes.
Essay-Consecration the prime ob
ject in league work.-Miss Sula TPay
Recitation-Miss Trolnotte Lathan.
Millions Given way.
ft is certainly gratifying to the pub
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous to the
needy and suff'ering. The proprietors
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, have
given away over ten minllion trial bot
tles of this great mnedicinae;and baye
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely cured thousanids of hopeless
cases. Asthma, BronchitIs, Hoarse
noe and all diseases of the Throat,
Chest aisd Lungs are surely cured by
it. -Call on Robertson & Gil der and W.
E. Pelham, Druggist, 'and get a trial
bottle free. Regular size 500. and Si.
Every bottle guaranteed, or price re
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
Morve P'reciouis t a Goldt.
What is that now?
Why, those. fino apples, oranges,
bainanas, lemons, etc., at,
JOE. T. HIUTCfJJNRON & Co.
There is no doubt but that the goods
at Flynn's cost sale are at and below
what they cost, as sonme of the goods
seem ridiculously low. They are too
cheap tn stena. . & I.
The T1We to Talk A boa, somethi.ng Benldee
Th'o comlenlcomit season is upon
Is. It is a tiho when we must, talk
and writo a4out something besides war.
The pretty girls and the hopeful young
mon must not bo forgotten or over
looked. We alwoys look t.pon the
cornmoncemert 6eason with especial
favo]. We want to give the young
men and the young woien all the on
couragement wo can and try to mako
the commrnencoviuent, season as happy
and a pleasant is we can'.
Below we give the prograims of sov
cral commentticements that will be in
full blast in a few days. Somo of these
we may have printed before but it will
do no harm to print them again.
The annual comnencemnetL of Now
berry College will be held at the Opera
House, Newberry, June 12 to 15. The
programme is as follows:
Sunday morning, at 10.80 o'clock,
baccalaureate seriiion, by the Hov. J.
A. Sligh, Sllgh's, S. C.
Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock, address
to the students, by lresident llenry S.
IIartzog, Clemson College, S. C.
Alonday evening, at 8 o'clock, con
test for prize !medal in oratory.
Tuesday m1orn1ing, at 1o.3) o'clock,
address before t,he literary societ.ies,
by the lion. Win N. Sheats, Tallahas
Tuesday evening, at 8.30 o'clock, ad
dress before the Aluinin Assoc'ation,
by Mr. E. H1. Aull, Newherry, S. C.
Wednesday norning, at 10 o'clock,
class day exercises.
Wednesday evening, at 8 o'clock,
address by the ion. John J. Lentz, of
Wednesday evening, at 0 o'clock, re
ception to the graduating class:
Following is the class roll: L. 13.
Aull, J. 13. Boozer, 0. 13. Cannon,
Chas. 11. Drafts, J. IN. Epting, H1. C.
Fallaw, J. 11. Frick, .J. L. Goggans, H.
M. Henry, J. J. Kihler, 1). A. Kleck
ley, J. A\. Rauich, 1I. T. Renwick, WV.
B. Shealy, C. r. Sumiier, E. C. Witt.
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
Burton House, Burton, W. V., and one
of the most widely known men in the
State was cured of rheumnatisni after
three years of suffering. He says: "I
have not sutlolent command of lan
guage to convey anlly idea of what I
stiffered, my physicins told me that
nothing could he done for ile and my
friends were fully convinced thatt noth
inr but death would relieve me of ily
sutlering. In June, 1894, Mr. Evo3s.
then salesman for the Wheeling Drug
Co,, recomnien led Chamtberlain's Pain
Buln. At this time my fout and linib
were swollen to more than double their
normal slzg and it seemed to me Iy
leg wuild burst, but soon after I be
gan to decrease, the pait to leave, and
now I consider that a vmitlirelv
cured. For sale by W. E. Pelhain.
U1hen1 tates Over tho Soutiern.
The Southern Railway Company is
offering special ieduced rates over
their line for the following occasions:
Southern Students Conference at
Asheville, N. C., JuTe 17-27. hound
trip fare from Nowhberry, .$4.70. Tick
ets an sale Juno 15, ti16 and 17, limited
Bible School for Colored People,
Knoxville College, Knoxylleo, Tenn.,
Juno 20th to July 4t-h. 'ai'e from New
berry, $8.70. Tricets on sale Jio
20-21, limited to ,July 4th.
Commencomient Exercises Davidson
College, Davidson, N. 0., June 5-9.
Rlound tr'ip from Nowherry and iPros
perity for $5.65.
Comnmencement turmnan Uvolersit.y
and Greenville Female College, Greecn
v1l1d, 8. C., Juine l1--17. Fare for round
trip $3. Ticekets (,n sale [u.ne 10 1-i,
limited to 18t,h.
Comnmencemnent Exercises WVolford
College, Spartanburg, S. C., ,June
1l-15th. Fare for tihe round trilp from
Newberr'y and Prosperity $3. Tickets
on sale June 10-12, limited to 18th.
National Educational Association,
Washington, D.. C., July 7-12; one fare
for tihe rouind trip, plus $2 membership
fee. Tickets on sale Ju tly 4th-7th, limit
ed to 16th.
Reduced rates have also0 been an-.
nounced for the following occasions:
Supreme Lodge Knights (of Honor,
Washington, 1). C., .Junie 13-21; Junior
Order United American Mechanics,
Louisville, Ky., June 20-25; American
Association for tihe advancement of
Science, Boston,, Mass., A ugust 15-27;
Grand Chapter Order of Easter'n Star,
Washington, D. C., Soptember' 27 --9;
Protestant. Episcopal Churi ich Convyon
tion, Washington, D). C., October 5-26;
also Woman's A uxiliary of M issiona ries,
Washington, D. C., October 61-15.
For further in formation conceri'iing
t,hese rates consult AgentJ. A. Burton,
at the Southern depot.
TShe lin,uor of Weoddings
Is in the air. Those who have
bonn1 so fortunaio as to hlavo received
ani invitation should1( show their ap
pIreciationi by senldinlg a gift such as
Cut Glass, Fancy China or a Hand.
somoc Lamp. Either of toieso airti
clos0, they) can busy ve'ry chieap at
IIOBIElITSON & (G1ILDEIlt's.
Fruit Jars! ---
-- - Fruit Jars!
We are selling Fruit
Jars, all sizes, very low
Peiham's Drug Store.
An Appr"tated Compliment.
It is so rare that anyonein this world
reugIves r.eogultion for faithful wik
thait hon a compliment comeq volun
tarily It le the more appreciated. We
have been printing the minutes for the
Associate Reform Synod of the South
for- several years. We have always
tried to do faithful work, and we have
known that Ihe brethren have apprei
ated our efforts to give them a good
job. We are Indebted to Mr. McClin
took for his assistance in proof reading.
The following is a voluntary notice
from the stated clerk, published in a
recent issuo of the A. R. Prebyterian,
and w6 desire to make our public n
knowledgment to-Mr. Boyco. We have
many friends among the A. R. P. broth
ron and we esteem most highl-, their
good will and friendship and shall
strive to retain their kind feelings. In
speaking of the minutes Air. Boyce
I trust the brethren will appreciate
the clean, correct job Bro. McClintock
and the printers have given them this
year. Mr. 1E. H. Aull has certainly
taketn great pains with the) work.
Newberry Girls to the Front
We are always glad to record the
success of Newberrians and when
that success Is attalned by our girls
then it is a double pleasure.
.In the College for Women in Colum
bia, Dr. lell, president, there were
only three certificates given for pro
f1cioncy in music and two of these were
awarded to Newberry girls and they
were not in the senior class. Tihe sue
cOsBful girls are Miss 1thol Boozer,
daughter of Mr. S. P. Boozer, and Miss
Bernice Martin, daughter of. Mr. J. N.
At Converse Miss Unat Lako, daugh
ter of- Mrs. M. 1E. Lake of Newberry,
is a inenber of the graduating class
and as editor in chief of the College
journal and president of her society
she has displayed marked ability and
good business judgment.
tOi,iran's Day at Zion.
Thero will be Children's Day services
and a plenic at Zion on Saturday before
next lrd Sunday, June 18th. We will
have about forty speeches, recitations,
dialogues, &c., by the S. S. and four
addresses by distinguished speakers.
Let the people coni and bring well fill
Now ats there is somelu exeltemlielL over
the smallpox the trustees of tho church
would most respect.fully requpest. all per
sons living in infected communities or
city not, to conic. This request applies
to all servces until the diseasCO C:ses.
n3. F. nloozxn,
WV. 11. puml,
1) AT. URDNSAUMH,
J. C. Cooic,
WV. C. nOMINICK,
1'. n. WAtNEt,
3. It. STOCICMAN,
E. 11. CRtOMEu, Sec.
I havec authorit,y from the G;ovnor'
to raise a company of volunteers for
State service, during the war with
Spain. Wh'ilo the enemy is not direct
ly threatening our forts, yet the Glover
nor says be ready; and in order to be
ready I pr~opose to organize a company
of volunteers for state servIce. I want
able-bodied men between the ages of 18
and 45. Men who have patriotism
enough in themn to drop the plow and
pien at a mioment's notice. I believe
t,here are plenty of sons in Newberry
County today wvhose fathers and grand
intheri liv'ed in t,he sixties, who wanted
no higher honor than the privIlege of
defending their country, and I helieve
their sons stand ready today to go to
the front if they are needed, and drive
back the enemy that would dare place
his foot on the bosom of our mother
the soil of South Carolina.
Don't mistake the kind of servic
volunteer for State service, not United
States service. And another thing I
wish to imp)ress on the readers of this
article is that I am not trying to raise
this company to play soldier, but for
actual service in the field, should the
emergency arise; and as it is not ex
pected to be0 called out, unless actually
needed, I don't see why any son of
South Carolina would hesitate to enter
the State volunteer servIce, unless de
barred by age or disability. If we
would be loyal to the State let's get
ready for Its defense.
M. .J. ScoTTi.
New berry, S. C., June 8, 1898.
Thore are lots of things in
a .Jewel1ry Store that don't
Lots of smiall artistic articles
siitable f or' IXmas pre'sents
that you wou1ld never' think
of unless you s9awVhm
WVo have ai beautiful line of
small NovoltVies at ex tremely
Yucan como an<l stonud ai
p)leaisat . hour in b oking
arloundl at 0our stock and buy
wvhin you.get read,y.O T
Agricultural -- - - 'hemical.
Mechanical ---- - Textile.
Literary - - - - - - - M*illitariy.
1e. miquipped Collego u thtl Soth.
4508htdent.;. Send foril-ustrated cata
H-1,'NRtY S. HARTZOG,
'lem8on College, 8. C.
By other Houses will ever un
dersell or roach the level of Our
and Undorsell them all
Are offered goods at ost or at
half price, come to the Boo Hivo
of bargams and yoti can bIty the
samo goods for a more song.
Our pricos aro -.vory lit tle
our Competitors need magnify
ing glasses to se0 them! We
knock them blind!
Here Are a Few
Black Eyen for compet-itors:
4-4 Bleaching .
Yours at only
3 H-4c. per yard.
Yours at only
4 4 Shooting
31e. por yard.
Best Standard Prints
Yours at only
Good Parched Coffce ... 4 . per yard.
Yours at only
Good 1-con Coffeo .Oe por pound
Yours at only
I)k per pounid.
Soap-Good Washing Solip
Yours att Qnly
3. per pound.
All oter Goods at, correspondingly low
Is worth twico as much at the
Beehive of Bargains.
The lla,r and S'*Junro'Deatler.
1 Spring Clothing!
We 11 propiared to Show
onC of the prettiesit and best
selected stocks of 311's,
T Boy's and Childreni's Snits
that it has over beenl my
plQauro o exhibit to my
friends and customers.
Whilo North 1 took es
pecial pains' M buying $uits
for the little folks f. om 3 to
16 years old.
Our Jumor Suils from 3n
to8years old is as neat
and as nobby as cian b:e.
Our 1). ii. HoY'x Suits
from I) to 1I yer oii
jis one of the prt'tiestL
lines we haiververshown,.
Caland proce a01 slti
Ii for the b oys beore t he
81iz08 are b)rokeni. \Ve
O . M. JAM IESON.
Leatder of Low Pr ices.
Cannon & MaUGS,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
FINISH HIMT, OLD BOY I
UJncle Samn says to his pluicky fightors.
Heb will filnIsh binif wi thlot, doubht in as
masiterful a mne - )tL as we will Iiniish
your linen, uafte:: putting at beaatini
color uipoln it.. Onr l aund1ry wvork Is
perfect, and an*ythhng sent to this ce
tablishmeont to 15 Naundered will give
perfect 8&atlifa'cIiofljas well as gratiflea
t,ion. .Sh his. (!rnfar.4 and cu fs ar ;made
to look likec new.
0. M...ajneson hlas just received Is
Spring line of '4dlgler llros. Lies(1',
-\ ises' and C'hilen's Shioes, iln Tan
.Bals,. 13k BIals, Button Boots, Ox ford
l'Tes. Strap'Safdlbs, latest style Last,s