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Correewd every Tuosday and Friday
by Suiner Btos.
... hould rs ....... ...... . 7 .
Bost Lard ............... ........... 8
Hest Molasses, now crop..... Si.
Good Molasses............. 25@35c.
Corn ...... ............... - 650.
a .......... . . ......... ....... 0 .
Ha ..................... 80c.
Wheat Bran. * $1.10.
ids Patent Flour .................. $6.60.
2qd Be9t Flour.................... $" 25.
Strait Flour ........................ $6.00.
Good Ordinary Flour ...........4. .50.
Sugr ................ ........Of7o.
R100 .................................... Q co io.
Cojyco ................................. 10 20c.
Cotton sced meal, por'saok... $' .00.
Pale Hulls, per cwt......... 30c.
Blutter, poir lb ..................... 15@20c.
Elggs, per dozen ..... 100.
Chickens, ea................ 121@20u.
Poas, per bushel....... .......... 600.
Corn, per bushol.................. 650.
Oats, per.bushel.................. a5c.
Sweet potatoC ................ 50 00.
Turkeys, por lb .............. 8C.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 'l5 *900.
Dncklen's Arnica snivo.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheun,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chibliis, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positive.ly cures Piles, or no
pay required. It. Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisractiot or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. lPor sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelhain.
Clemson (Aloe lnb.
The entertainment given in the opera
house last Friday night by the Clemson
Glee Club wag a most enjoyable affair.
The quartetto is a fine one and render
ed some excellent numbers. The en
tertainmont throughout was good and
deserved a much bigger audience than
was present to witness it.
8. E 'arcer. Sharon Wis., writes: "I have
tried DoWitt'is Witch hazelO alvo for itching
plies and It always atops thon in two min
utes. I consider DoWit'e Witch Hr zol aive
t e great est pil eure on the market." W. E.
- k'u-hI[.. .
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonic. when UROVE'S TASTLE SS CHILL
TONIO is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in e'very case where it fails
cure. Price, 50 cents.
An elegant line of Straw Hats at
Jamiesou's, 25c to $2.00. t.tf
.Gentlemen's Vice Kid Tan Oxfords,
somcbin7 nice for summer wear at.
t tf Jamieson's.
The members of the Excelsior Fire
Company ae hereby ordered to report
it Engine Room on tomorrow, Wed
nesdaF afterneon, at 6 o'clock sharp, in
full uniform, prepared for a reel race
on Main street.
JNO. W. EAiTARDT,
Thi*'taannmachio starts but once and
at ois but'6nco. You can k eep it gcoing lonlget
and most, regularly by using DeW itt's Little
H'ary Risers, the famous IL,, pilla for con.
slip11tiOn atid all stomach and liver troubles
W. E. poilhaml
If you want the latest styles in Hats
go to .Jaieson's. . t,tf
Our line of B3oys' and Children's
Clothing is the best ever shown in New
berry. JTamieson's. t.tf
A P'laesant AffiTar.
-Mr. Trhos. P. Johnson, a memoer of
the Junior class of Newberry College,
gave his class-mates a supper at the
home of is p)arents on Friday evening,
which wans greatly enjoyed by the
Juiniors. This was thoughtful in Mir.
Johnson and was highly apprcciatcd.by
the young men.
(Onc Minut.e is noet l,mg. yet rolef Is ot
tainedt in, half that lime by the use or One
AMinute Cough (,ure. It prevents consumni
t,on and quickly cures colds, coughs, Oroup,
br onch,itis, inemfOnia, ila nrippe and1( ai.
tinroal a nd lung t roul.tes WV. 10. Poiham,
A lot, of Knce Suits, 50c and 75c., at
Boys' Tan Shoes $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00
at Jamieson's, t.tf
G~o to Jatmieson's for Clothing; ho
can save you 10 to 20 per cent. on Cloth
Utr "k From Coile go.
In addition to t.hose mentioned in our
last paper, the following young ladies
have returnted home fr om their respec
tive colleges: Misses Helen Jones,
Neville Pope anad Mary Nance Fair,
fromn Norfolk (Va.) College-for young
ladies; Miss Lucy Speers, from Con
verse College, and Miss Pawnee Jones
from Winthrop, from which institution
she has just. graduat,ed,
Late to bed and early to rise, prepares a
manSI for hisi home in the skhts. Early to lbed
andI a ittle Early itiser, the pill that makes
life leonger and b..tter and wiser. W. 1i9. Poel
S' Look at our line o Oxfords $1.60
<equal to meet $2.04) Oxfoiods.
t t( .. Jamieson's.
In our advertising columns will be
to.und an annelurteement of lIBx-Scnator
John J. Ingalls'. fort,hcomnsng book, en
t,it,led "America's War F6r' Uum ani ty."
Can)vassin4 agecnts willl find in it a book
of romatrkable inteorost, and certainly
of ext,raordinar~y salability. Thle hisa
* tor'y (If the wvar is told in pictulre and
utoryv, and i'1 a way that always echar
aeterizes the brilliant pen of Senator
InIgalls. In narrating tfne incidents df
tlihis war he finds grandi scope for his
supdrb) descriptive and analytical pow
ers. The theme is worthy of the
author, and the author is worthy of the
theme. It is published by N. D.lThomp
son Publiibing Co., of St. L,ouis, Mo.
j It will he a momumentalI work that wvill
no ~1only be everywhere read, but it
wilbe a momument to his geniuIs that
wvill outlive in history Is brilliant sen
atorilat career. The subscription bookc
trade and the canvassing agent are
foirtunate in the fact that an authmor of,
such rar'e ability has been enlisted In
VAnIOUs ' Io ALL AHOT.
Mrs.-Donaul oZp)oualdsj, Is, visiting
at Mrt. J.' W wite's.
Mr. P. D.- Simpson, ot Prosperity, Is
at bjr4WUl. Joh1nson's.
Miss Lizzie Dominick has returned
from a vist to Columbia.
Miss Lizzle Owdom. of Chappells, is
visiting at Mr. It. 0. Perry's. -
Miss Bessie Maxwell, of Spartanburg,
is visiting at Mr. J. T. Mayos'.
Miss Lucy Cotton, df Union, is visit
ing at Mr. Geo. MoWhirter's.
Miss Opholla Hall, of Iva, Anderson
.t1ty, is at Mr. Jno. C. Goggans',
We had a good rain yestelrday and
everybody and everything is refreshed.
Miss Daisy Dean, of Greenville, s
visiting he aunt., Miss Holland, at Mrs.
Auditor W. C. Cromer is nominated
as a candidate for re-election in another
Messrs. John and Thomas Drown, of
Laurens county, visited relatives In
Helena Saturday and Sunday.
Prof. W. H. Wallace attended
Wogford College commencement at
Spartanburg Sunday and Monday.
Miss Grace Jones, of Asheville, N.,
C., is spending a while with relatives
The tent meeting that was conducted
by the Evangelist, Mr. Cowan, was
closed Sunday night.
Miss Mary Helms, of Grey Court and
Miss Boo Yeargin, of Laurens, are vis
iting at Mrs. C. F. Boyd's.
Prof. R. C. Banks has closed his
school at Monticello-and is in Nowber
ry taking in commencement.
Mr. A. 0. Matthews, who has been
teaching in Orangeburg County, has
returned home for the summer.
Prof. T. D. Jones, who has been
teanhing at Elirlhardt, Barnwell Coun
ty, is at home for the holidays.
Mrs. 71. F. Bryant, of Orangeburg,
is in Newberry on a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. T. Kibler.
Prof. W. 1. Aull, who has been
teaching a flouriehing school at Herod,
Ga, is visiting relatives in the city.
Misses Sara and Virginia Brod'e of
Clemson are vihiting their aunt Mrs.
T. 0. Stowart, at Mr. E. H. Leslie's.
Prof. D. 1). Wallace, who has been
teaching in the Carlisle Fitting School,
at Bamberg, is spending a while at
The aunual commencement German
will be held in the opera house Thurs
day night. Dancing to commence at
Mrs. Dr. Cosby, of New Orleans, La.,
widow of the late Dr. J. S. Cosby of this
city, left for her home in Now Orleans
last week after visliting friends here.
Prof. J. B. O'N. Holloway, of Bell
wood is on a visit to his many frionds
in Newberry. He has just closed a
very successful school near his home.
Capt. iugeno. F. Groncker, of the S.
C. & G. Railway, is spending a few days
at homo. He is accompanied by his
friend, Mr. r n. Vaughan, of Augusta.
Mr. E. Y. Morris is prepar'ing and
will op)en in a few days a pool1 and bil
liard parlbr in the building recently
occup)ied by himself as an o. p. house.
The Excelsior Fire Company will give
an exhibition reel race . Main street
tomnorr~ow evening at 46 o'clock.
Misses Gertrude Simpson, of Pros
per'ity, andl Fannie Whitmire, of
Greenville, are visiting Mrs. J1. H.
Al ILarties have been dismissed from
the pest house and the smallpox scare
is over. Newberry is now iree f rom
Under the new schedule on the (I.,
N. & L. Railroad the up passenger tr'aln
nowv arrives hero at 1.10. o'clock, the
down train at 2.11.
Several persons left bere yesterday
to recruit for the war in Capt. Mc
Caughrin's company, which is now be
ing organized in Columbia.
Miss E. Lilhla Kibler, who has been
teaching in the O)rangeburg Graded
School, is at homne for the vacation.
She has been re-elected for another
T1he B3oar'd of Health of the city of
Columbia states that the disease of
small-pox.is at an end in that city. The
same Is the case in Newberr~y. Let's
A special train has been put on the
Southern Road from Greeonwood to
Greenville. The schedule and particu
Ilars arc p)ublishled on the outside of this
Therec has beon a slight change made
in the schedule on the Southern Rail
roadl. TJ.hi train [reom Columbia arriives
here nowv at 12.15, and the one from
Greenville at 1.30.
The Hc:ald and News omieo is not
wvaiting. on electric fans. We are put
ting them in on our own accord1, run
ning them by steam-the invention of
that genius, Mr. 11. B. Wells, anid they
work likoc a charm.'
Thelm City Council has exchanged thme
01l)iano) in the opera houso for a new
uprIght instrument. It is a beanity and
was used for the first t.imne by the Clem
son Glee Club last Friday night.
The inte"ior of M r. 0. M. Jamieson's
already pretty and convenient estab
lishmeont has been madio more attract
ive by the placing in of four incandes
cent are lights. The effect is charm
F. WN. Fant, Esq., is being urged by
his many friends to make the race for
the Legislature. He has. not yet de
cided to enter' the race, but if he should
ho will liven up the campaign consid
Miss Estelle Griffith, -of Lewiedalri
and Miss Jodie Caughman, of Colum
bila, are visiting the NlIsses Wilson.
The Deep Water.edition of the Char
leston Post, with the 15 cents per line
write-up of the city, her enterprises and
people, has been received by some of
our citizens. For those who like that
kind of thing, it is just the thing.
The Rice negroes in Helena Who broke
out w:t i smallpox some time ago, and
who were sent to the post houto, are well
and have come home. Theo "yaller"
11 kg has been taken down from the
house t.fter keeping it quarantied the
NO.vborry bhoulet Have 1k.
Agent jas. A. Burton, of the South
ern Railway, is making an effort to
have the special train just put on the
8outhern Railroad betwecen Green
%lood to Greenville extended to Now
borry. Evorybody in Newberry wishes
him succ:ss in his efforts and the busi
1ees men of this city will ever feel
grateful to him tshculd hesucceed. 'I he
railroad authorities bhould grant New
berry this favor and we do not believa
they would suffer financluil by so do
iug. Mr. Burton can be depended on
to do all in his power for Newberry as
well as to look to the interests of his
road. ie is the right man in the right
I he Kindergarten.
'ihe Newberry Kindergarten closed
last Friday morning. There were
some exercises by the children, show
ing the work done in the school during
the year. Several of the parents and
friends of the children were present
and everybody was delighted. The
children acquitted themselves very
handsomy -and showed cau- ll "nd
painstaking trainIng and demonstrated
the value of the kindergarten.
The parents are very much pleased
with the work of Miss 14rokmuan and
desire her to return another year. In
fact, we believe arrangements have al
ready been made to secure her services
for another session. t
The Shakers of Mount Loblanon, a
community of sinpi, lonent, God-fear
ing MeL -%nd Women, have prepared the
Shaker Digestive Cordial for many I
years, and it is always the name, sim- t
ple, honest, curative medicine that has
helped to make the Shakers the
healthy, long-lived people that they
are. The Shakers never have indiges
tion. This is partly owing to their
simple mode of life, partly to the won
derful properties of Shaker Digestive
Cordial. Indigestion is caused by the
stomach glands not supplying enough
digestive juice. Shaker Digestive or
dial supplies what's wanting. Shaker
Digestive Cordial invigorates the I
stomach and all its glands so that after
awhile they don't need help. As evi- i
dence of the honesty of Shaker Diges.
tive Coedial, the foenula is printed on
every bottle. Sold by druggists, price
10 cents to $1.00 per bottle. (
Call for the Zeigler Bros. fine Shoes
for ladies; they are the best on the mar
ket. Jamnieson's. t.tf
The Noblest Itoikan of ' hem All. I
Lieut. Wearn is keeping a strict look
out to see that the regiment gets all
that the mien arc entit,led to in the way
of eatables. This morning he started
the teams out at 3 o'clock for Lyt,le,
wvhere the praovisions are distributed,
and thereby had eighty pounds of
fresh meat anid as much fresh bread for
each of the companies in camp. The
meat was of the finest quality, und
very much enjoyed by the meon. Atr
rangements have been made wvith the
governmnent, commissary by whieh fresh c
meats of somne kind will be gotten every t
day for the men.--Chickamuatga special I
to News and Conrier.
DismcoveredI by ai WVoman.
Anothier great dliscovery has been I
amade, and( that too, by a lady In thuis y
c,oun try. iDisease fastenied its clutches,
upjon her andl for seven- years she with- I
st.)cod ia soverest tests, but her vital ~
organs weres undermined and death fl
seemetd imnelatnt. For three monthsy
she cotuedi incessantly, and could not
slee.p. She finally discovered a way to
r&enve'r.. by purchasin:g of us a bottle t
of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- 'i
sumtpt ion, 'andl was So) much relieved v
on taking firs: t dse, that she ile ptall
night; anid with two bottles has been
abaolutely cured. 1Her name is Mrs. I
[Luther Lutz. Tlhus writes WV. C. Han- r
nuek & C.o., of Shloy, N. C. Trial s
bottle., tree at Ro.bertson & Gide'
and( Peiham's D)rug Store.
Regular aize 50e and 1.00. Every hot
Attenincg '-.n nence ment.
TIhe following prominent mien of the t
State and some f roam other' States are e
in Newberray this week attending the lI
cornmencemeont exercises: Revs. J. A. a
Sligh, ZA. W. Bedenbaugh, J. 1). B3owles, a
S. T. Haillman, Col. T. W. Holloway,
Mrv. W. A. Moseley, ofthe count,y; Capt. a:
Geo. 1D. Rast, of Orangeburg; Hon. C.|
M. Efird, of Lexington; Prof. J. B.
O'Neali Holloway, of Orangeburg;
H-oru. Wmn. N. Sheate, of Tallahassee, |
Fla.t Rev. C. P. Boozer, of Saluda. a
Yeow Jlaundice CnredI. |
RufTerinug humanity should be sup- 1
plied with every menans possIble for Its
relief. It is with pleasture we publish
the following: "This is Co certify that
I was a terrible sufterer froma Yellow
JSandiOe fra over six monathls, a' d wa
treated buy somes of the best phlysleianis
In our eit f4nd to noc avaull. D)r. kiell,
(our druggh-t, reeommaaendead Electric
Bitters; and after taking two bottles, 1
was eantirely cured. I unw take great
pleasure In recommauendin.g thtem to any
persona sufferinag from t his terrible
maaladly. I am gratefully yours.
MI A. Hoggtrty, Laexinagton Ky.
Sold by isobertson &OGllder and W. EC.
Ladies' Patent Tip Oxfords, 50c, at
t,t,f Jaamieson 's.
Trhe cheapest, line of L,adies' Oxfords
ever shown in Newberry at
itf .1nm icn'ni
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TH NEWS OF A LIVP, ANDi PRO
Spoelal Correspondenco Ierald and New s.1
We often hea, persons speak of road
rights, that is that every one when he
meets another is oxpeoted to turn to
the right. Mr. E litor, is there any
law on this question or Is it an unwrit
ton law? Give us the law if there is
any or the common usage and the au
thority for it. We want to know the
situation just as it is.
The Board of Trustees of the Pros
rority Graded School unanimously re
elected the present faculty for anotho
year. Prof. N. R. Aull, principal,
Prof. Thornwoll Haynes 1st assistant,
M4ss Gertrude Simpson 2d assistant,
Miss Lilly Aiken music. The faculty
will canvas during vacation in the in
terest of the school. The enrolment
this year is the largest in the history
:f the school and we hope to see it go
3ven higher in the next year.
Col. I. H. Hunt was in town Friday
xnd was looking after the ordinance in
regard to vaccination. The ordinance
provides for a fine of $50 or 30 days im
arisonment. The physician and an offl
er of the Board of. Health will begin
heir house to house canvas Tuusday.
3wing to the continued spread of small
?x in Saluda County near the Saluda
!ivor our town has placed a quarantine
)n the entire section and any one con
ng from there will have to show a sue
-essful vaccination mark. From ro
orts that come to us there is quite a
umber of cases. We trust that as
!oon as the town here has been thor
>ughly vaccinated that the quarantine
vill be raised.
There was an unusual ending to a
awsuit here Saturday involving two
vhite men for trespassing. I,ach had
i1s lawyer and after talking the mat
or over they agreed to divide the cost,
>ay their lawyers, stop the case and be
riends. We are glad that they cane
o this sulution. Had it gone on it
vould n doubt have involved the
keighborhood in the quarrel. How
nuch better it is to thus end their dif
erences. Would that othora would do
hat way and we believe that if teigh
oors would interest themselves many
infortunato feuds would be avoided and
ommunities would feel better for it.
Quietly passed to the great beyond
in Thursday, June 9th, 1898, Mr. J. H.
Jannon, aged 61 years, 5 months and II
lays. Uncle Hack, as he was familir
y known to all, experienced a stroke of
iaralysis about one year ago fron
which he rallied but never regained his
isual health and when the second
troke caino last Thursday about 3 p.
,I. he wat too weak to resist it and he
ied that evening at '4.15. He was
orn near Bethlehem church in Nevd
>erry County on December 28, 1836,
mnd lived all of his life in his native
ounty. He was married March 25,
858, to Miss Rosa Lovonia Singley. A
vife and four ohilCran stirviva him. In
ls early life he attended the Lexing
on Classical Institute (now Newberry
Jollege) and had as college mates Rev.
)r. Hawkins, Rev. J. D. Bowles, Rev.
r. A. Sligh, Rev. J. Austin and others.
10 was down street on the morning of
ho 9th, and the. announcement of his
Leath was quite a shock. Hie was laid
o rest in Prosperity cemetery Friddy
I am requested to return the thanks
f the family to the many friends for
heir many kindnesses to them in their
our of sad bereavement, and would in
oke the blessings of a k id Preovidence
The closing exorcises. of the Prosper
ty Graded School on Thursday night
n ro enjoyed by all who attended. The
rogram as printed in The Herold and
ows was carried out. The drills were
ne and elicited much praise. The
oung men acquitted themselves with
redit and will no doubt do honor to
he institution in the years to come,
'he address of Hon. H. F'rank Wilson
mas replete with good advice and im
ressed on all the importance of im
roving the time today, for tomorrow
ever comes. Hie gave the children
ome idea of how their p)arents and
randparents got what they know, lHe
old about the old log school house
mith cracks daubed with mud, and old
muucheon benches and glassless win
lows, etc. Our mind wvent back to
hose old days and I could Imagine my
elf once more in the old log school
iouse shifting my p)osition to find the
oft spot in the old split log seat. Is
iddress was fine.
Strayed or stolen from Wilson Mayer
lear Little Mountain June 8th one
>lack mare mule about 15 hands high
mnd branded on jaw with a letter (1 or
V. Had on red halter when last seen.
'any one who has seen or heard of the
nulo will confer a favor on a 1)00r man
f they wvill write him at Little Moun
ain. lie will gladly pay for any feed
>ill, etc., that mniy be incurred. If you
mear of it write him. is miulc is all
mis dependence to make his crop)and he
a not able to buy another.
In the death of Uncle Hack Cannon
mur town has lost one of its oldest citi1
ens, and his familiar face will be
nissed. He was a favorite among the
Grace church council has relieved
Jr. Hlallman from all night services
luring the summer. The Luther
F.eagno will take up the night services
md will conduct religious services
acli Sunday night during the sunmmer,
ouri young men volunteering to take a
sunday night each month and conduct
honm or get some one to take their
A businesa meeting of the League is
called for Thursday evening, June 10
at Op. in.
Look here, Mrv. Editor, it scomR t<
old man'Kay that you are getting in
deep water. You have tackled thc
Volce and trying to hush its call for
cards and then you jump on the 'Hoard
of Health of our town and it you con.e
o i of it all with whole bones you may
Rev. Mr. Kirkpatrick hold bis usual
summer communion at the brick
church oil last Sunday and firoin there
he will go on .a visit, to rlatives In
North Carolina. Ito will tako a vaen
cation of about thlre weeks and will
recuperate n,g the mountains of the
old North State and we trust he will
roturn much improved i iealth and
weighing a whole lot.
Thtte unusual happened hero last Frl
day. The Association of the Prcsporl
ty High School met, transacted its bus
hiess after which:th.e Hoard of Tr-ustoes
met, olected teachers and adjourned all
within the space of an hour. They all
repaired to Kohn's fountain and en
joyed some of the niceo drinks sold
Mr. --- Cureton, of Greenville, is
visiting in town, tlhe guest of Messrs.
S. C. alHarre and Konneth laker.
We had a light. shower of I-aini Suln
day evening aid1 hope to have more
Mir. Fdlitor: A Icept few dOt'3 from
"Have you been vaccinated?" is the
query every day, every where and with
Mr. W. 13. Thompson has returned to
Newberry to the delight of his many
friends. His wife, Mrs. 1illa Thomp
son, has been quite s.ek. bit, is improv
ing, we are glad to state.
M%Irs. Ada Smilh, MisS lelen and
Master Lonni left last Thursday for
Greenville on a visit, to relatives and
friends. "Hilly" stayed at homo and
antieilpates "big times'' talking to the
girls. Hope NIrs. Ada will eujoy her
visit and weigh more than eighty-livo
pounds when she returns, and also sii
cerely hope that "Hilly" wvill enjoy his
term of "grass widowerhood." '
Tho pfatrons of the Clark School at,
Jalapa will elect, a teacher for term of
eight, months, on Saturday the 25tli in
stant at 4 o'clock. Applicants to teach
will please hand application to t,hier
of trustees. The priec paid per month
h3$25. (S. W. ]-. SPHANIA N,
T. Hi. C1A ,M N1Is,
W. IInNEST INERmIIAN'T,
t 2t, Trustees.
Just received a barrel line mackerel
at, Jos. T. H1'TCHIiNSON & CO.
DO YOU LIKE GOOD COFFEE?
If so, buy the "Bluo Ribbon"
brand. This is an excellont braud
of Moca aud Java, and will go twice
as far as cheap coffee.
If you will only try this brand you
will quit using choeap and poor coffoo.
In it you will finid both quality andl
economy. Soldl by
S. B. JONEbS, Solo Agent.
Fruit Jars! Fruit Jars!
Mason's, in pints,
quarts and half gal
Ions. Also Bail in
quarts and half gal
Ions; for sale cheap
at Robertson & Gil
der's Drug Store.ttf
I temis Fromi Maiybintona.
The crops and gardens in this comn
mu nity are suffTeri n'g great,ly for rain).
We have had several hasty showers
recently that were (juite refreshing,
but did no permanent, good.
Mad dogs and war are- the general
top)ics about here niow.
Miss Annie ICpps' beantiful shepherd
dog was bitten by a mad (log last
The old homestead of Mr is. Mag By
num was burned not long since. A
barn contailninfg corn, fodder, etc., was
D)r. Cornnell is confined to lis beds
wvith rheumatism. 1H is two sons5 have
enlisted in the armiy. Mr.. .John
Abr~ams, who tivedl wit,h air James
H[enderson last year, has enlisted also.
Mrs. Bessie Richards is visiting her
sister, Mirs. ,J. 13. Rtichiards, at, Uion.
Tihe infant, son of Mr. aind M i-a. Gary
Hlaile was buried.-at, lfICnoze on Wed
nesday, Jlune 1st.
Mr. Daniel l'Cpps lhas bieeni appointed
superintendent of the Ehenezer Sn
day-school, and tihe opening wr.s veiry
encouraging indeed. We wish h im
mneh sucecess in his new field of useful
Mr. J1. IC. Cohiold was sent, as a dele
gate to the (district fmeeting at Union,
wvhichm conlvened on the Ii fth Sund(ay ini
May. lie was t.he guesto(f (Capt. JIamues
D)ouglass. TIhe imeet,inig was (iito an
enjoyable oicfasionm. 1Ice was atompa-)1
niled by his wife. bu11t she wats taken01
suddenly ill the nighlt (If theli.rn rval
andi was th us depri ved of mianiy social
and( religious pileasures.~
The peopile of th is cona mity were
very sorr-y to hear or the dleat.h of Col.
RI. C. Coleman. Hie was a prominient
macmber of thc. WhIi tmiiire ci rcu it, and1
did much for the extension of Chist,'s
M iss Mary Colleld loft, oni Fridany for
Dume Wecst to visit her aunit, Mrs. \V. Mu-.
Grior, and taki in commliencoment,
there. JFAnJy lim.
..Aore Preclous than Oold.
What is that now?
Why, thos8 flne appes1, oranges,
banla!las, lemons, vto., at
Jos. T. 1UTOIIINSON & CO.
At the Lutheran parsonago, Right
well, S. C., on the 8th inst., by Rev. A.
R. Beck, Mr. Robert S. Moore, of
Nowborry County, and Miss Mary L.
Long, of Lexington County. Congrat
i i if to the happy couple.
Protect the vacci
nated arm from ie
ritation by sleeve.
For sale at Robert
son & Gilder's Drug
Elitrallc Exanlinls S. 0. ollmg.
A N XN I NATION FOR AD
.Nmission into the FIe0shman class
and for adik3on to tho Normal Sehol
arshil)s, of the South Carolina College
will be hold at the County-seat of this
county, Fri-lay, July 16t,h, 1898. The
oyminittion will be -onducted by tho
Ghuity Su)crintend,!ut of Schools.
All vishing to stand this exainina
tion will be on hand that morning.
Partles wishing 1infomtlation regard
Ing the above scholarships will please
vall aat my ollco.
F'. W. 1IGGINS,
For House of Represen
f IA11T. JNO. F'. IANKS IS H IR
by iuttai,cd as a candidate for. r-e
election to the lower H1ous1e of the Gonl
cral Assembly, and is ple(dged to abide
tho result of the Dolmocratic Primary
A RITUR KIBLEIR% IS 1litRX%BY
.announced ats a candlidate for re
election to tho Legislature and is
pledged to abide the result of the Deam
ocrat,ic primary election.
G. SALI- 18 L HEE13Y AN
G* noue a a candidate for the
Legislaturo front Nowberry County
and is pledged to abide the result of
the Donolratic p.iIAr1y clection.
For County Superinten
ARAION Q. 110f.,AND IS IlRE
Alby announced as a cantididate for
County SupertIntendent, of EIdIention
and will abide the result of the )emo
eratie primliary election.
T tWRElt11Y ANNOU;NCH NlYSE.F
I a candidlate for re-election to the
ollico of Countv Superintendent( of Pd
ucationl, and lejdge mtyself to abi(e the
result, of the DenoerItie primary.
I''. W. III(GINS.
rIil MANY iUENDS 0' TIE
.1- Hoin. Thos. W. K eit,t take )leLsure
in announcing his name for County
Superintondent of Education, and
Iledge hint to abido the result, of the
1 )emocratic priimry.
C. (1%0ME1 IS H1 -11I'lly
Soinuatedl as aL cand(idate for
co-Llect.(ion to the ollice of County Audi
tliuject, to the D)emocriatic ptrimnary
For County Supervisor.
a canddate fr Cou tSperv'isor
and( ptledge niyself to abide the result
of the D)emocr.atie~ primary.
T ~I. CfiIJMFliW. A. I L b.l
el tnmi natedl as a '1( anidate for
CJount,y Sup~ervisori-subj)ect to t,he pri
rrI3E I tG U LAl [ XAMN 'O
orTchrs' Cot, y Certtillcates
wvill bie held on l"riday, J1unte 17tht, 1898,
at,. the court htouse. A pplicant.s wv Ill
bring thir otwn penst and inik and paperC.
. '. W. HIGGOINS,
County Supt,. of E:ducalon.
MONEY TO LOAN
On farming lands. Ensy paiymontts.
No comfmissions chiargod. Borrower
pays actual cost of porfecting loan.
Iuterest. 8 por contt.
JOHN B. PALMER & SON,
t. 3m ' Columbia, S. C.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
FINISH HIIW, OLD BOY!I
Uncle Sa n says5 to his piucky fightters.
Hie will finish hInm without, doutbt in as
miasterfutl a manner* as we wvil Ili fiih
yvour 1linent, aft,e puttt.inhg a beaItlful
color upon)1 it.. Ourii laundry i work is
perfect, and antythin1. sent tO thi- es
tablliment to he laundered will glvo
Ver feet satisfationi, asi well as grat-ilica
Lion. Shtirts, colars antd ottff ate mtade
to look likn new.
BICYCLES I BICYCLES I
All sizes and prices-from the
very best to the cheapest. I have
The Victor at $50.
There is no Bicycle that is bet.
tor thn the Victor. I also have
the famous Waverly, a $100
wheel, for $50. Oh, yes ! ' And
I have the Crawford at pricea
from $50 to $20. Come and
look at my wheels beforo you
buy. I keep all kinds of bike
I can and will do any
kind of repairs on
:0: wheels on short :0:
J. W. W HITE.
Come to See Us!
When ii need of anything in the
Dry Goods, Dross Goods, Whito
Goods, Notions, Embroidery, Laces,
Ribbons, Handkorchiofs, Gloves,
Corsets, &o , and also when you want
anything in Shoes, Hats, Clothing
Boys' and Childrons' Knee Suitp,
Extra Knee I'ats, Shirts, Collars
and Cuifs, Hosiory, Noekwetr and
New Spring Goods!
We are offering this wook a now
lot Pereales, Shirting Prints, Em
broidory, litib ,Trion ummings, Sb irtr,
In the Lot.
I case Sea hiland .1-4 l'oreales, pretty
now styles, we will sc alt I wor i 10
1 caso-Standard Shirting Prints
4o., worth 50.
Good 4-1 1ocanflg at 5u., wort,h
All Finicn Towels at 10, 15 and 25c.
Table Damask iat. 25, 35, 410 aid 50e.,
Table 011 Cloth at, I 5. pe yilrd.
Boys' and Childronis' Suits Clothirg
alt 75., to $3.50 a suit. Yot ci apprc
elate t,emif yoi see them.
I noys Ex tva K neo I 'antis aLt 25, 35, 40,
50 to 75c. pel palr.
A ice hu11 of Men' Extra ,Pants at
$1, $1 50, $2, to $3, to lit any one.
%Vc will save you at. least 10 to 25
per cent. oil adit purehalses aa1do wit,h
us from what you woul pay for saeio
goods alt other plates.
We uini ea vely1hinig we saly. Como
to see us oft.en. No trouible to show
lalin Stroot - - Nowborry, S. C.
Thr 0r lots of things in
Ltst) of shmall artistie ar'ticles
su.lit able for Xmasfl pre'sents
bthat you wouild never' thinik
ofun less you sawv them.
We' have~ a beatiftul lIine of
small Nov(lties~ at extr'eme'lv
YTou cani corne) and( spendl a
p)leasanlt hour in bi ok ing
ar'ound( at OUR' stock aund buy
when you get ready.
E DU AlR.D SCI-LOLTZ,
When Candy lov
ers get their
that the verdict
is going to be in
They are famous
wherever there ex
ists an appetite for
pure, delicious can
Is perfect ina flavor and quialit.y, Ce.,
licious and hoalt hful. Masdo in
stantly with boiling water.
F"OR SALEN AT THlE
J. K. GILDER