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E. H. AULL, IRroi.
Hon. Geo. D. Tillman had a long
article in the State of sunday defining
his platform in regard to the liquor
problem. As we understand itl he wants
local option in the count.ies: and thoso
that adopt the disponsary, all the pro
fit from the sale shall go Into tile coun
ty treasury, yet he wants the dispen
sary established in the towns and the
towns would be expected to furnish the
police force to prevent, violations of
the law aud be bothered with the bad
effects of the sale of whiskey in their
midst and have no protlts or pay for
the trouble. That will not, work. We
have great respect, for the ability and
faithful public service of Mr. Tillman
and we will be sorry to see him enter
the race for he could only expeet de
featand that would be humiliating in
his old age.
The prohibition executive comiinittee
has withdrawn the suggestion of candi
dates for State oflees, and if any of
them run now they will do so on their
own account. and not by virtue of the
suggestion of the prohibition conven
tion held in Columbia. 'Tlits is better.
There is now no (uestion about their
being irregular and the suggestees be
ing unable to take the pledge. Mr.
Brunson, we notice, is a candidate for
Governor. lie is running on his own
account and will of course support, and
We do not think there is any law in
the statute books requiring persons to
take either side of the road w hen meet
ing each other, though we remember a
year or two ago a Senator had snch a
bill introduced in the State Senate and
imposing a tine or imlprisonment and
the supervisor was empowered to have
it enforced, but it never became a law.
This is written in response to it query
The Latest War News.
Atlanta, Ga., June 1:, 9.33 a. im.-Six
Americans killed in land battle at
Invading army has resumed its jour
I LNC.0 N.
Atlanta, Ga.. ,-unl 11. .,.:: p. m.
State of anarchy brtah- c.1 a: Clhilka
nauga, GoNeror AlIs ia:e.
More ti ghin g at G'luitana..
New wvar revce1nue i ned.
President announces that invalinz
army is off for Santiago.
Look! A Sitche In Time
Saves nine. Hughe Tonic new im
proved, taste pleasan' 1aken in CaIlY
.'pring and Full prevcniz Chills. Df11
gue and balarial Fever-.. on Ihe
liver, toines up the svstemi. lIetter than
lilline. Guaa t'ted. Irv iv . \:
d -uggists. 50. andl( f10l'k, e.
THE bUGGESTIONS WITinitt W.
The Prohibitionist Take JIownu Tl,elr Sug
gested TAcke t.
Newberry, S. C., June II, I1898.
Mr. E. HI. Auall, Editor Herald and
News, Newberrv, S. (C.:
My Dear Sir: I' enclose herewith a
preamble and resolution, which I sub
mitted to the co[muIt tee for its approval
i nmediately after the action of t be new
Democratic State Executive (0o1mit
tee. On my ietuirn home todav I find
that a majority of the commhittei have
already sent in thLir approva& This
does Dot mean that we have abandoned
the fight, but that we don't want any
question of regularity to arise. W'e
will present our cause to t lie D)emocrat
Ic voters of the State at the coining
Dernocrat-ic primary and cheerfully
abide the result of its decision:
Dear Sir: As the recent declaration
of the new State D)emocratic Executive
Committee leaves the question of our*
position in the coming Demo'-ratic pri
miary,in doubt, and ats our ih st. allegi
ance is to the IDemocratic party and all
(our effort.s to change the laws of the
State must be made through this source
and with its apiproval I wouild submiit
to your approval the following:
Whereas, before making suggestions
of candidates for the nomination for
State officers in the D)emocratic pri
mary of I898t, t,he Prohibitionists of the
State were led to believe by the D)emo
cr-atic State Executive C'ommnit.tee (then
acting) that such suggestions were not
contrary to the rules of the D)emocr-at
Ic party; and whereas, the l'rohiibi
tionists (did make suggestions for State
officers, pledging loyalty to thei Demo
cratic party; and, whe.reas, the new
Democratic State Executive Conmiuit
teu. bas been elected; and, whereas, said
committee, when the question of the
construct.ion of the rumles of the parity'
was before it, passed a resolut ion, I lie
construction of which is a matter of
controversy, but (lid not, recoginize such
Suggest.ions as in accord with the rules
of the part,y: and, whereas, it is a mat
ter of grave doubt whether such stigges,
tions will be0 recognized as regui ar;
and, whereas, the P'rohibit,ionists of
the State desire to act In entire necordl
with the rules of the Domnocratic part,y.
Now be It
Resolved, TPhat t,h is cornmittee does
hereby withdraw the suggest,ions here
tofore made 1)y thomelrohibitionists for
Charma Stte A. C. .lNF.s,
Charma StteProhibition Executive
Approved by Messrs. L. 13. Hlaynes,
Lexington: J. S. Malfett, Chester; 8.
M. Rico, Jr., Union; J. S. White, D)ar
Iington; J. E. Boeggs, Pickens: WV. 8.
Foxworth, Marion; John Tr. Nettles,
Kerahaw; C. (I. Featheortone, Laurens;
J, M. Whitmiro, Greenville; T1hios. WV.
Carwile, Edgetld-l JTose ih Spratt,
Olarendon; J. 11. Car-lisle, .1 r., Spartan
bg;~ Milton McLaurin, Marlboro;
Waddy C. TPhomnpson, Lancaster; W.
H.Dowling1, Hlampto n- E. D. Sm'ith,
Sumter; BI. L. Beaty, H'orry; is. P'. Cov
$ngton, Florence; J. A. Hall, Andrn.
40 ears' success in the South, p roves
Uig es' Tonic a grieat remed y for
Ohls yd;all Mialarial Fevera Bletter
taan quinane, Uuaranteed, try it. A t
Prtagglt. 500. and *i.00 bottles, t8mo
ANOTIONt VKHA: SM4''1041 a'nt)
DitAWR TON A t't.OME,
Interesting Exervtwo ENittinaing to At.
tendtante-ltueh Interet 8hown it
tIle lustitution-Able Heraln,oe
T1h co tntielClient, exertilses of
Newberry CoIege were begun on Sun
day at 10.30 o'clock in the largo and
spac'0-u oporit house, which was comn
fortably tilled with people from tho
tow. and county, whose interest i.n this
noble institution never Ngs.
The closing session of Newberry Col
letg has been a most satisfactory and
successful One-the present graduating
class being Composed of 16 young Imnl,
followed by 21 Juniors, 22 Sophomores
and 50 licshmen-l161 including the 42
in the preparatory department, and the
All the churches of the city were
closed on Sunday in order to give
eve'ybody ani opportunity to at,tend
and hear the acecalaureato lierimlon oil
Sunday morning and the address to the
stuildents at, night.
The devotional exercises were con
ducted by Rev. Dr. J. H. Fox, pastor of
the Lutlheran church.
A Selct choir, composed of Mrs.
Peter Robertson, Ni r. and Mrs. S. t3.
Jones, Rev. and Mrs. W. K. 8ligh,
Miss Emma Wilson, Mr. Eduard
Scholtz, Dr. I. C..ones and Rev. J. W.
Speak, furnished most excellent and
appropriate music at both morning
and eVenling Services.
The baccalaureate serion was
preached by Rev. .1. A. Sligh, of
Slighs, Newberry County. The ser
111on1 was a plain and practical one
forcefully delivered, his text being
taken firoin Job 28: 28, "Behold the fear
of the Lord, that is wisdom, and to do
paat. from evil is understanding."
Ie said: The text shows us the first
stop to true wisdom and the test of
voinmon sense. The fear of the Lord
in) Script-ure signifies not Only that
pious passions of filial reverence for
our lHeavenly Father, but it is frequent
ly ptut for the whole of practical reli
gioln. The fear of the Lord in this
conlnectionl implies all the graces and
all the virtues of Christianity--all that
holiness of heart, and life which is nece
essary to the enjoyment of everlasting
life. So the senlse of the text is to
pract ice re0ligion and virtue -to adopt
that vourse of life which begets peace
of tunil i this world and confers upon
one evel.atinog happilness. This is
wisdom. true wisdon tihe very begin
ning of widom, or the lirt step to
wanis it. .\nd until we begin here we
calln never attain it: all our' wisdom
witlau this. mo far as eternity is con
verined. dOe- not deeirve the name, and
will event uaily lead to or end in sad dis
appointmet. To depart from evil, to
elchew it. is the test of good under
standing. for without this, however
JInning. Airewd and far-seeing you
might be iml other matters, you have
neglected to choose the most impor
1ilit. the one thing luost useful.
God in his wikdon has inade this
world and pjaed us here as eandidates
for eternal life. It has pleased fiml" to
place good and evil, life and death be
fore u, and lie has left these to our
free election. But at the same time
ie has provided for us a great salva
tion. and has sent into the world His
ilohy Spirit to woo men unto everlast
ing life. Notwithstanding this our
happiness or misery is made by Him to
depend upon ourselves. Thiat there
fore wh ich is of the greatest concern to
any and every nmn is to make a wise
and prudent choice concerning these
things. Choose you this day says God
whoum y'ou will serve-choose good and
not evil-choose life and not death.
My young friends: [ want to say be
fore closing this (discourse that in life
you will either please or dlisplease, by
~ouir conduict arnd walk and conversa
tion, the great God with whom you
have to do. What a blessed tiling to
please~ hlm-to have the applrobation of
liim from whom ther-e is no escape!
And I want, to say, too, that I have
nothiing to say against, earthly great,
ic-ss, earthly grandeur and the heroism
af earthl,v warriors, of whlich we heat
so much in these (lays. I have nothing
to say against tile accumulation of
wea'ilthI when prop)erly and justly ob
tainedl and righltly uisedi. I have noth
ing to say against what the world calls
tr'ue nobility of char-acter, or of that, of
faiiies, and surely I cannot say any
thing algainIst storing the mind with
useful knowledge that p)ertainls to
ar'th and which adds so mhll to our
.somnfort, and pileasures while we tabe
nuce in the flesh. I could and would,
if it were opp)ortune and fitting, say
iuich in favor of all these things, for
Lhey are not, to be despised, and a
proper ambiition to obtain themt is
raiseworthy an.d commendable, cspe
sial ly JIn the youing.
Uint I wanit to say) to you, my y'oung
friembsl, before closing, and I trust, that
it will make a lasting imipression Onl
y'our- hearts-i want to say that there
is a no(bility of chatracter, a greatness
,f mind and heart, and a superior
nowledge conItrolling both soul and
>ody, aend riches that do not p)ertain to
sa th, within the reach of man--of
avery~ man-- that arec far- superior, thlat,
u-e t ranseendeont,iy more imnportanit,
frand1( anld glorioiis than any anId every
mart b3' conideraCLtion). Tio p)ossess, theseo
low ini part, with a full assurance that
bey,3 shallI be per'fecd in the future
Lnd be fully and eternally conferredI
.po yioui3' ini the gr'eat hereafter is a
blessing and lpleasure that, the pen or
tongue of man can never doscr'ibe, "for
.eye htathl not seen, nor ear heard,
uteither1 bath the heart, of mian eon
eie(l the things which God hath pe
patredl for t,bem that love Him.
Yotung meni, inI going out int,o the
world to dischlarge your dut,ies as inom
bet's of societ,y anid as cit-izens of ti
gr'and republic.-in going forth into~
this wor'a I to par-take of its joys and
sorrowst to fight t,be battles and endure
theo iardshipti of life, take witth youi
the r'eligioni-the blessed religiodlof
Jesuis Chiit. See to1 iit that in the ups
1(nd( downs, in tile p)iensures and sor'
rows of this life that nto man take yotir
m.rown; hold fast to your integrity, and
bo it y'ourI constant care day hly day to
aider~ your' footst.e ps, so without turn
ing to the r'ight hand eor t,o the left,
you may persevero in that line of wls.
tLom to which the wise God has direct
ed you, and live over obedient to Him
whose precepts are favors, whose re
strictions are merocos, and whose laws
are the laws of kindness-and not mere~
dictates of will, n,ot the abitrary man
dat,es of power, but rules of condtuct,
result4nIg from the constitution Qf out
natkre and essential to our woll-boing,
And way that Clod who inae novet
loft no- fortsaken a sloglo soul loaning
upon Hilm guide and diret, you in al
yml woys. and at tho olmso of t,his mor.
ta life sa4vo you all with anl ovo rl asting
salvation thirough the riches of t,he
grate of his blessed Son-amioin.
AItM 'IM TiM' HTIDENTS.
On Sunday nlight tho addross to the
StudUnt,4 Wis dliIvered by Pr,siden41t
liarttog, of t'levniz College. Tho ad
dress was an abi ou, delivered With
out 11mmseript or notes. 110 anl
notnced as his 6ubjeet, * Tao Course of
He said: Evcry inan wias created for
a de!inite mission, overy atoix was cro
atod for. a definito puriposo. Matter is
subject to uanhnge'lo laws, but the
lifo of mIan is a ragged diagonal be
twveel dItty and desire. Whethor your,
C0111 is great like the Missisp p1, or
small like tho branch ian the moadow, do
your duty, and run on t no noblor ends
Attention to dotail in small things lays
a basis of character for atteution to do
tails in ;reat things. The phosphate
industry in South Carolina owes its ox
istenco to the fact that Dr. Pratt made
a careful examination of the caleareous
rodules around Charleston.
A young man should have a definite
aiim. The value of a diplonma consists
largely of tibe fact that it is an ovi
dence of persovering work towards a
definite object. John C. Calhoun re
fused to go to school until his father
agreed to send hin seven years contin
uously. Don't negleet particular stud
les because you fail to see their bearing
upon your chosen life work. Studies
have a practical and culture value.
The course of life meanes liberty un
(let law. Tie problem of all the ages
has boen to give at man the largest in
dividual freedom consistent with the
good of the public. Civilization multi
plies laws. Man is a natural rebel.
This spirit flares out in cowardly lyrich
ing par-ties. in the universal deluge of
Sinl. Lanw is a chain, but i, is the
chain that holds the ship In itafet-y.
Sin is the chain that holds the felon in
Having a dlefinite course means
steady labor. Contempt of labor leads
to a contempt of the laborer and this
in turn leads to social disintegration.
The world will bb better when it real
izes that the only disgrace attaching to
honest labor is the disgrace of doing it
In your course of life read the signs
of the times. We a-C entering upon
an age of great industrial activity. We
have great, manufaceturing, mining and
agricultural possibilities. Industrial
development has its attending danger,
materialism. Build your character
strong and pure.
Let your couirse of life touch the real
ities of the day. If you enter polities
take wit,. y(ou your h'lnristian citizen
ship. The ultinizate objectof educat.ion
Is tie development of character. The
stuldent of Newheri.v College should
work ding the sumner to bring back
new stu lents next ytar. Come like a
hat tlesi..p convoying unarmnored boats
into port. Kirkland persuaded Nlc
Tycire to send his boy to college.
Young MeTyeire became the founder
of Vanderbilt, and now a son of Kirk
land has succeeded MeTycire.
THE ORATORICAL CONTEST.
The oratorical contest of the Junior
class was held Monday night. It is a
rule of the college that every Junior
enter this contest for the oratorical
medical, therefore cach member does
not enter because it is his desire or
wish to do so, but in order to comply
with the rules of thne instituntion. Tnis
occasion always draws a large crowd to
the opera house, and last evening was
no exception. Some members of the
class had enlisted for the war and
others had gone to their homes on ac
count of the smallpox scare, hnence there
were only eleven speaker-s on the p)ro
gramme, all of whom acquitted them
selves in a creditable manner, .both as
to delivery and composition. The
medal Is given by Judge Y. J. Pope
and Col. 0. L. Schumper't.
The following is a list of tine speak
ers and their subjects:
J. G. B3usby-"Highner Ideals."
J. ('. D)ominick- Our Goverunnent.
13. BI. Hare-The New Patriotismn.
G. W. Jenny-" We Build thne Ladder
by Which We Climb."
Tr. P. Johnson-The American Na
8. P. Koon--Perfect Freedom.
J. W. Nease-Energy.
D). A. Quattlebaunm-Prico of Great
WV. A. Rtaet-The UJnconquered Southn.
J. F. Stillwell-E~ducation Requisite
to National (Greatness.
M. L,. Wheler-Amnbition.
The committee appointed to award
the medal was composed of Hon. W. N.
Sheats, Rev. C. W. Creigh ton and Rev.
E. P. McClintock.
Onm behalf of the committee Mr.
Sheats awarded thne medal in a hiappy
little talk to thne young men, to Mr'.
W. A. Rust, of Camieron, 8. C.
D)uring thne commenemeont exer-cises
muisie is being furnished by an excel
lent string band from Columbia.
TJuersd..y miorniang, at 10.30 o'clock,
address before the literary societies, by
tine Hon,. Wmn. N. .She-ats, Trallahasseo,
Tunesdany evening, at 8.30 o'clook, adi
dIress before the Alumni Assooiation,
by Mr. I'. I. Anti, Newberry, 8. C.
Wednesday morning, at, 10 o'clock,
class (lay exercises.
Wed nesday eveniang, at 8 o'clock, and
dress by the Hion. Johan J. Lentz, of
MiCT'INGft OF IHOAltD OF TIIUSTR ER.
The regular meeting of thne board
was hold Monday after'noon in the Lu
'Tho prenant oflicoers were re-electedl,
ast follows: R1ev, J1. A. Sligh,,presidont;
HIon. 0. 8. Mower, vice-president; Rev.
S. T. Haliman, secretary: D. B. Wheel
er, treasurer. Standing comnmitteo:
0. L. Sbclumpert, Geo. 8. Mower, D. Ii.
.Wheeler, A. HI. KCohn, 0. B3. Mayer',
Gleo. 13. Oromer, Z. W. Blodonbaugh,
The report of Pi'esident Cromer' was
sumbmittedl and the varousa items wore
taken up and acted. upon. The stajnd
Ilg comlitteo was givon authrity tc
act hI the Inatter of making cortin .ie.
PaiG At, the oollogeand also to provid
more dormittory room, and they are t
jPort to the Synod.
Prof.,. H. setzler, an aluius o
the 0ollg in the oliss of 1892, wat
oleott d to the ohalir of English lditora
turo and Modern ranguagos. lie hao
boon the past, year tuking a post grae.
unt-o course at tho Univorsity of Vir.
ginia and holds now a professorship in
Nalizabot,h Col lego at, Charlotte, N. C.
Toucolhing salaries of professors the
following was adopted:
Iesolved, That it is the purpose of
this loard to incrolso tho saarlos of
the miimb1hers of tho ficult.y as early as
the means at the commin of the board
ReUsolved, That the standing com
m1ttee beo h-0l,ted to report, at the
annual Imlool'ing of tho board inl Jine,
1899, what increase, if any, cn be mado
for the year 1898-99.
Tihe degrous in tho preect ilid coursuu
pursued by tho iiubers of the grad
lating clAss were conferred.
Thie degroo of Master of Arts was
conferred on Uenry H. Dominick, he
having completed the course for that
degree as laid (Jowl) by the college.
The honorary degree of Doctor of
DiviiIUy was conferred upon Rev. W.
C. Hchaeffor, of Savannah, Ga.
The report of Presidont Croiner as
treasurer of the college showed the
finances of the college to be in satis
SrATE t V Oio, CITY OF TOLEDO,
LUCAS ('0 NTY.
FICANK J. CURNEy imakos oath that he Is the
80Niol IMartner of the 1ICI1 Uf F. J. CINEFICY &
- o doing business in the City of Tolodo
Co-av y andui Kta.o aforesaid and that said
irm iIll pay tie asun of UNE HiJNI)tiED
DOGLA Its for each and every eito of cstarrii
that cannot be oured by the use of HALL'S
FRANK J. 01ENICY.
Sworn to before ino and subacribod in my
presence, tiss Ut Mi day of Deconber, A. D). 1880.
A. W. GLEASON,
Iail's 0-starrh Cire Is taken Internally anud
nots otirect.y ol the blood alid imttco,n our.
faces of tile syituin. Send for teNtItnoniale,
f.Co. r. J. CHEN-2Y & CO., Toledo, 0.
SoM i 1) rggits. 7-50.
lial's Fantily ills aire the best.
A itTilUt K11111 it, County Ciairman.
A. C. JON ES, Member 8tate Prohibition Ex
eciflve Conimit to, Newborry County.
In The Voice of the People of June
the 8th 1 find the following:
"J." undertakes in the "Prohibition
Department" of the High License jour
nal of this county, to read out of the
ranks of the Christians thoio persons
who do not see things just as b-3 does.
When and by whomt was he vested with
."thority to decide who is and who is
r.ot a Christian? What, presumpt,ion !
!01tl man 11)undertaking to usur) the
Alace of the Divine Buing. Do you not
know that such uncharitable utterances
expose your unreasonableness and the
weakness of the cause you advocate?
If you hope by expressions of that, kind
to intimidate good people and prevent
them from supporting the Dispensary
law, you are badly mistaken Accord
ing to "J's." measuring stick, Bishop
Stephens, Elder Templeton and many
other true Christians, beloved by all
with whom they come in contact and
noted for their good deeds, cannot en
ter 11caven. Listen, "J.": There are
thousands of people in South Carolina
who are of the opinion that Bishop
Stephens, EIder Templeton and other
wise Christians who are support.ing the
Dispensary law have as good, If not de
eidedly better, chances. of gett,ing to
Heaven than the uncharitable, mis
guided kut well meaning advocates oi a
movement, labelled Prohibit,ion, that
has already caused discord and haid
feelings and will eventual.ly bring back
barrooms if successful in defeating the
As the writer of the article referred
to, I would say that I am of the opinion
that a Christ,ian cannot supp)ort the
Dispensary and be consistent, and I be
lieve if Bishop Stephens and Eider
'templeton were as familiar with the
workings of the Dispensary as I am,
they would withdraw whatever they
have said in its favor and apologize for
the mistake they have made. Your
insinuation that our1 movement is not
in the strictest sense for prohibition is
uinworthy of you and shows but the
effect t,hat associationi wit,h whiskey
p)eople and your connection with the
great State political machine will have
upon the mind of a man who has here
tofore claimed to be for temperance.
Touch not,, taste not, handle not is the
injunction of Scripture and if you will
sit down and think seriously over the
mnat.ter you will be con vincedl that you
owe more to your church and your fel
low man than you (10 to the 8tate po;
litical whiskey ring, which y'ou are
now connected with to con trol the po0li
t,ies of Newberry County, and I tell you
as a friend that-the sooner you stop ad
vocatinig tihe sale of whiskey by the
b)ottle as a beverage, the better will be
your standing as a Christian man in
your church andi community. Ilow in
consistent your position on the whiis
key question. You opjpose having a
Dispensary at P rosper'it,y yet want themi
forced on Newberry and other places
in the State.
I also findi another editorial fn the
same issue as follows:
"We are told that the fight in t,his
State is between prohibition and the
dispensary. We do not, so see it. The
light is bet,ween a few well meaning but
very unwise pr1ohibitionists, U'll take
anly r'oadt that promises-to lead to otlice
p)1I?Jc Ia ns, men wvho have been depriv
ed of selling liquor by' the disp'eneary
auid hate it, with an inltense hatred, and
license advocates who are im
Lick led over the way the wveli
w )ohlbit,ionists are pouring
water on eir wheelI on one sidie,n
thle dispensary advocates anid priohibi
tionlists who do not accept the dispen
sary iln its present shlapo as a final set
tlement of the qutest,ion but use it to
bring real and abiding prohlbit,ion on
thle other side."
T 'ho flght is the prohibitionists
Jagainst the whiskey p)olitica) maehine,
the blind tigers, the hotel prIylleges
the beer privileges, the club rooms and
every agency that the dispensary has
added to satisfy the whiskey element of
the State, and the olcs are a second
ary consideration, except so far as t,he
Legislature is concerned, an dto show
you that you aro charging us8 with your
own Sins, in your late county donven
tion in this county high license and
dispensary joined hands, put. up a ca"
eus ticket and controlled the con veiu
tion. I have no objection to you joIn'
ing the whisey people if yop are do
termined to go with them, brit I do oh
jet to you acting with thorn and
claiming to be a proh ibitionist.
Yours very truly,
A. C. JONFAt~
Shall be our motto this
season. We are In a
position to give both.
Our buyers have jusi
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that
buy in the cheapest
market in the coun
buy in large quanti
Wo thorefore command the very
lowest pricei and will give them to
We want to call your special atten
tion to the fact that we do not sell
trash nor shoddy goods.
Wo prido ourselves in offering re
liable goods in overy line, even our
cheapest goods are of standard qual
We propose to lead in point of
style and quality and to meet all com
potition in point of price.
are full of nice, new
to show them to you,
and will do as much for
you as any house can.
Come to See Us.
The Latest Arrivals
50 pcs Standard Shirting Prints, 4c.
50 pcs Merrimack " " 4Ac.
10 pcs fancy Satin Rage, Grenadine
effect, at 8Ae.
10 pces WVhito India Linen, 5c.
10 " " " 0ie.
10 " " " 8gje.
10 " " " 10c.
10 " " " 12jc.
10 " " " - 15.
10 pes Fancy Black Dress Goods for
snits and skirts at 25c to 75c a yd.
5 pes 40-inch Silk Mull at 89e.
5 pea Black' Silk Grenadine at 60e
to $1.00 a yard.
A large line of new Pants at from
50c. to $5.00 a pair.
20 cases of Men's, Women's and
Children's Shoes at from 50c. to
$3.00 a pair.
20 cases of Men's Straw Hats at 15e
to $1.00 each.
5 cases of Men's Stifr and Soft Fnr
Hats at $1.00 to $2.00.
A new line of
Men's Neck wear,
all* at a little less than you
can b6y them at any other
store in Newberry. Whvi
Because JONES soils for ca~sh
and con saquen tly ca~n afford
to sell for less.
Come andl see us often.
A gent for Standar'd Patter'ns
The Peopls's Store.
Under Newborry Hlotel,
lNowheav-, . 0.L May 1'7. inn8
Fr When r
BEST MOSQUITO NEl
S. 3. wc
A E IN
To call in and <
of goods. I have
and Oak. A full
and cheap Furn
very close for ca
HARRIS -. LITI
THIN ANY OTiHRR LIlTl
Read what some noted
The waters of the Lithia Springs
are odorless, free from color, with a
pleasant saliney taste, rather palat
able When taken in considerable
quantity, they do not nauseate, purge,
or produce any feeling of discom
fort. I find from the analysis of the
wat ers, they contain Chloride Sodium,
Carb. Potash, Carb. Soda, Carb.
Lithia, Carb. Iron and Sulphate
Magnesia. These waters act directly
upon the mucous coating of the
stomach and alimentary canal, they
are powerfully alterative and tonic.
They are everything to inflamed or
irritated surfaces. They net upon
the blood, changing it from acid to
alkaline. In Indigestion, Catarrh of
Stomach and Gastrelgia, supple.
mented with a proper diet, they are
a certain cure. The action upon the
kidneys is marked. The Sodium,
P~otash, Soda, Lit hia, are the best
solvents of uric acid, all calculi of an
acid, character, whether litary or
cystic, are steadily dissolved. I am
confident that the profession will find
it very useful in cases where this
class of water is reqjuired1.
J. Q. Wr inun, M. D.
WATERLoo, S. 0., April 10,1802.,
Robertson & Gilder
Quality and Prico
All Grades Cheaper than
Save Money and Got th
Send in y
flISTILLeft AND WHl
NO. 2 Pli!AOR,1r
E DIXIE CANOPY."
proved best canopy.
iot in use, by releasing
I it of itself takes a po
t the head of bed both
I and ornamental.
'rice, $2.75 each.
TING . -
ALL AND SEE THEM I,
- - - -- - S. C.
0xamine my line
3 a nice and well
of strictly high
Suits in Walnut
line of medium
iture. W ill sell
Main Street, Ne% berry, S. C.
HIA - WATER
ore . Lithia
NATER ON THE RIARKET!
physicians have to say
Ashevillo, N. 0., A pril 24, 1898.
An extended clinical use of the
Harris Lithia Water prompts me to
the statement that I regard it as one
of .the best, if not the beat, Litbia
WVater known to the profession. In
the condition of Phosphatic Urino,
its action is marvellous. Its use in
the RheamaUoc and Gouty 'Diseases
afford me more comfort than either
the Buffalo or Londonderry Waters.
Very truly yours,
JOHIN IF.Y WrLtrAMs, M. D.
Mr. J. T. Harris, Proprietor Harris
Dear Sir: While it is contrary to
my custom to give testimonials to
remedial agencies, I feel free to at
Lest to the efficacy of the Harris
Lithia Water (when used in large
quantities) in the Rhenmatic and
G.outy Diatheses; in engorged states
of the Kidneys; in inflammation of
the Bladder, and in all cases .where
there is an excess of 'solids in the
urine. Younrs respectfully,
GEO, HoWE, M. D,
and -W. E. Peiham.
0. P. Houses
's in the Line. of
Wines and Beer
at 0. P. HousesJ !Yo
a Best by Buying of Usi
Paid to Mail Orders.
OLE HA EALER81,