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r edierof The Hlerald and Newt
'* k'int 4atAngitg the details of the
MMntA1 trip of the Siate 1'tt's Assoeia.
thl 1u Ian he has bee'n -ab-ent fto
:t ith sis .t of the p ;itt this wet
and e desir'es to st,Ate t.hftt acen
for absente of ptlitr intter, Nlr,
.t W lhar't is in eharge oif the
hal tep art.l ment r n will keep t he pa
per up 1 t datN.
Trhe l.lttest War Newmt.
Atlanta. .l tne 16. 1.1.:. p. .--Attive
1plais tfr attaek on ilavanat bogin-.
First Iranspors arrive Satig1o to
morrow. investnent eity begins at
Atlanta.. luine it .t\\, p, .--Samp.
son at taeks Caimenot'o, dest royed forts.
drive inhabitants to hill where they
are attaeked by Insurgents. t'ompletr
victory. Twenty-tive tiansports ju:t
ordered to Terandtliro to tonve\ army
to l'orto lieo. lit 'I0.1.0OM0N.
At lanta, Cta,. .Iut.e I tt. ;.t'i11 trn.-.\b;
tilit doomtetl and tuu-i surrendter.
Spanish Cadi. teet puts to sea this af
Till ltoYt IN l'A:MI'.
A Newberry Sottler Wiriei t h it' y itu. In
t'at,p at litkaiat,itia.
Mr. l:litor: Si-gteant \Wta-n will
show you a hall that I lii,k.l up on the
btt.tlelld itrr. I founil it on t li intes.
that history ;a.I Genl. iraslr
gade form ed whei he captured .\lex
andria liridge. I tlink this is correct
as we have a history and map of the
I'ark. I took it stroll over pm-t of th'
e Imp yestertday. ()f eon re. I iitl not
get over but a very simall puit ion of it.
1 think this is one of tht prttiest
places 1 ever saw. Sixty thousand
acres here in one hotly and between -15.
000 and 50,000 troopls here.
Col. Alston has just. receivel a I tele
graiu fron Iieadt}uarters orterirng omr
regiment, to .lacksonville, l1 a., to join
L1 ;e ts 80011 as We itt etluilled. V hen
we first landed ii e we w\"err hri;rated
with the 12th Mlinitot a and tith ith
P'ennsylvania. The boys are very
proud that we ire to get. out of l.his
less. While t.hey have treated us
very nicely, still the boys don't. like to
be wit,h them. I think it is heeaise
they have a few negro soldlies liixing
up with themI. We gav\e t.homl tiheir
oriers the lext la a fttr onur arrival
here to keep their letroes out of om'
camps and they ha eertainly obeyed.
There were three soldiers kiiled here
yesterday. One was shot by a har
keeper at ILyle, a iregulir gaiibling
den), the other two were killil on a
frieght triain going to ('hattanooga. I
suppotle they were heating their way
its they were on top of t he :u-s and the
train Itassel under tihe telhgraphl wire
and jerked them off. This is a very
healthy comiity' and1 the boys atre mlost.
all wiellI, good watter andt good rat ions
and the coun y~ have dolne the work.
We all have what t heiy t'all t he camip
stove, and otu1'rcook ing is so muchiel het
TIhe boys atre ll devoted to 'apti.
Lanigford , L'euIs. Wearn i anil Stmvart.
Capt. Lanig foird is the be'st( drii nmasteor
In tihe regimenit. It wats very dy and ttt
dusty when we landteid herte, bt thiniigs
are very filasanIt todalIy. We hail a
fIne rain yesterday anid t. he tair is coole
and1( pleatsanit today.
We had an houri's dill I h-iis morinig
for the fir'st, time sinee we t'amie, and if
I do say it, we drnill etqua~lly as weoll, if
not bet tei t.hani any regiimet' here('1, 01'
that is wht, the P ennisylvan:ia boys say.
WVe hatve recei ved fTe 11irald atnid
News twice antd it. is e' ltainily apprlle
ciated, many thitnks to you for rememl
baiIng the boys, and whien we get in
Cuiba I wIll send youi at young Sptaird.
Thell btullet I send home I waint to go to
miy wife and ehilldreni until I get huomle,
then 1 e.xpect it to be piresented to
I wito you tils letI ter as I thlought
you would he glad to hiear ronm the
"There's 1n0 ase In liking,'" say5 \y
,H. Blroadwei, dIrugglst, L.a ('ygm, Kas.,
"Chaimberiln's Colle, C holer and1(
.Diarrhoi Rlemiedy dtoes thle work.
After tatking miediclInes of my1 ownI
preparaition and1( those o'f (of hers, 1 tooki
a dose of (Chamb.erla i's and It. hled(
me, a second (dose cu red mle. C'anIdid(ly
and conscentiousty I can reco,immendi
it as thie best I hinmg~ on t he miar ket.'' TheI
25 and 50 cetnt siv.es for sale by \v. E0.
Pe h am.
Mr. George 10pps anld sister, Mist
Lucy, spent, Saturaday nIght and S~un
day wit,h frIends at, Helena.
Mrs. D). L.. Clamp, her son, and little
grand-daughter' spent,several (lays with
hoe' son in Clinton, 8. C., last week.
Mr. and Mrs. D)ominick spjent Sunda3
at his father's, Mr. Chesly l3ominiek.
Very few from our1 nlelghborhood at
tended tofmencement on1 atc!ouit os
The debat'ng societ,y mleets 1'rida3
night,. Hope to heal' somel goodl speech
Os from the young men1..
Mr. L. A. Hawkins lost a valtiable
mule Tuesday. It died from lock-jaw.
The giralu rop of this community la
fairly good. It has been hiousedi In a
Mr. L. A. Hawkins has just returned
from a business trip to IEdgefld, s. C.
He has some beautiful now styles of
pianos and organs which ho will sell
rOl less than over offer-ed befpre.
AN#)TIEUCt VEItY BUUIES$FUI. StCS$ION
EWitAWS TO A OI.O$S.
Niteretting Exercise Enlerlssintng to At
tru'taiiiug-Muoh interest, Siowa in
t iso liuatlitntlan--Able rasnna
(Our report of the eommnoeoment ex
eCis5es endedi in Tue sday muorn ing's
paper with tho Junior oratorical eon
tIst. Monday night, and no morre od
itatble exerielses to both eollege and
young men have ever been held as
thronlghout- this eonmleneeInnt.
The annual addross befoi'o the 1'hro.
nakosmian and Ixcelsior Literary So
eieties was delivered on i'uesday mori -
ing by lon. W, N. Sheats, Soperin
tendent of l'ablit lustruetion, of Talla
hassee, Fi'. Mr. Sheats is a gentle
-mn of pleasing address and i typ)ical
Southerne'. iIe has made a success in
his public olice, and this brought. to
bear upon the practical side of his sub'
ject t,he ripe exper:en e of observation
and personal work.
I Iis subject wais "The Aim and
Scope of True E.ducation," which he
stated p}rimarially is develo ennt, rei
ornuation and reorganization. New
ideals are constant'y springing into ex
istence, ooctrtines acepted in one age
to be rejerted in another. All educa
tion is not the pure prodnct of the
schools. whose work Is wonderfully
intluenced by public sentimen t. On
one point philosophsrs, all schools and
all tiines are agreed- the true aim of
cducation is the perfection of the indi
vidual -- and it is detective wherein it
fails to reach in n:an the physical, in
tellectuial and moral.
T,sIpe akar di isenssedl at zlllnll' length
tlhe tret'cian a11(nlt Roman theories of ed -
uwi nton. This was tin interesting pre
sentation of the met.hods employed by
the aneients and which produced both
a cultired and sturdy race. The Ureek
ideal prod uced a man with a soul: the
IZian ideal was coe to moult to ld the
man of act ion. lie also showed the ef
fect of these elhientional methods upon
the individual, the family and the
I'as"ing on to consider the dawn of
('hrist.iana educat.ion, lie showed how
man received a great, uplift and le
clarel that no com)lete o' conneeted
history of the theorV of edtelnti.oln
would be perfect, that failed to show
iii' revolition in ideas that had to be
tlll'rgone in order that, the pagan sY's
tems, as ple'ftect. ts they were, might be
adljnst((d to the tcne.hir gof C'hrist,iani
ty. lIe cited the inllluence of i ,uther
and lelianchthoun upon the current of
eiluct-tionial thoutght as a notable in
stance in this regard.
The speaker then discussed the Irac
tical sile of the subject-the mulihg
sltiit, tihe inutive to act.lon. If edluca
tion produces the right kind of mint
whose spirits are right no one need
hatei l any ifea' for the Country. lie
thotght, that tho tendency of the
schools to te too su}perIleial in their
work too great patunderinlg to the de
Imanl for the so-called practical educa
tion- --attemt}pting to teach too many
t.hings to get the real educative v'ue
lie chiracterized as a false ideal the
attaininent of edueation as a ietans
whi'h would facilitate ones eliorts to
make money. lie believed the inordi
nate desire for gaii an1) possession was
the anti-(:hrist of the age, cansing more
crimie, inhal))ppiness and hindering mnore
the dev'elopmenit of a nolble mahnhood)i
than every<,hIng else besides, lie re
ferred Li) the libie as containing more
soun d 1)h iosophy andim the better thieou y
of eduenetioin thani tall (ittler books4 con
hinted, andii qutoted famniliart paissages it)
reference to the love of mione'y. He
felt it his du lt.y' to warnit t.he younig
aigatint, w hut seems)t to be the atlrmIin))
ted of publllie Sentimlenit, towaird th3
love of lucre. The real element, of
greaitess does not lie ini ,h)e stri vina)
for the accentuul1at ion of wealth. [Hc
shiowedl ha-, in hiis j udgmetI., that
spirit pervwades aill the aivenues and4 vo
cations of life todaiy. Ieo showed thlat
such a stit it tendieted to sellishness
the aimit-iion to get "big rich"' fInds 1)0
place in di vi no hilosophy. Hie im
pre'ssed thle thought, upont the inids of
hiis youn tg friends that educat.ion cnters
inuto -it;h t affctionis, thhe m)otivIes, the ias
pi rat ionls a tid forms the whlole inner
life andu creaites tIhe gliin g spirit of
I tmedlately f)llo)wing the aiddr ess of
ui. Sheats the annual tmeetinag o)f the
Al umni A -ssociation was held in the
iioera house. Th le mneetintg was fairly
well aitteded, conisiidoring thle small11
number of vlsit,inhg memberl)es of t.he ats
sociation in) tIhe city. The following
(itlicers were elected for anot,her term):
l'resient-Mr. 10. A. Carlisle.
Vice-l'resident- -Al'. Z. F. Wrigh)t.
Secretay- I r. .Jas. A. H3owers.
'ITreaisurter--larif. WV. K(. Sligh.
Rev. M. J. bIpting, of Savannahl, GIa.,
was elected ats tho n)ext annual Orator.
Theln selection of an~ alternaite was loft
to the oflicers of the association.
Tbce address before the Alumni As
sociation wias dlelivered on Tuesday
nigt by Mlr. 10. HI. Aull, of Newberry,
of the class of 1880. Mir. Aull gave
some1 interest,ing reimin)iscences of his
college (lays and)4 took fori his subject
"T7heLRights of the Ot,hor' .'ollow."
At the concoluIsion of tho alumni aol
d ross l ig ht, refreshments wore served
mt the Newborry llotel by the local
memt)bers5 of the atltumnI association),
coml)imnentary to the visiting mOe
bet's. IHesholos the mnember's of the at
socitioni and tbo HIoard' of l'rustees of
the college, aI fewv itnvit,edl guests weto
present. It was a votry plleasaint affaIr,
and added much to the enjoyment, of
the alumni and theitr guests. Nlr.- J. B,
O'Neall Holloway, of Blellwood, 8. 0.,
was called on) anid r'espondod to tho
toast, of "untfin)ished business" in a
most haippy andh humorous st,yle, as one
gifted only as 1)e Is could do,
OL4ASS D)AY EXERiCISES.
Wensa morning early,pe.ople be
gan to wend their way to the o.ara
houise, until it was filled with eager and
anxious hearts, to wtness the cling.
exoroises of the graduating class of
Tho speeches of the young mnen wore
all exceptlonally good, well delivered
and enthusiastically received. Tho
graduates and the subjects of their ad
dresses woro as follows:
0. Ii. Cannton, Newborry, Salutatory.
L. I. Aull, )yson, ' ngland as a
. . 11loozor, Ceolumnbia, (lhudstona.
C. It. Drafts, l,oxington, 1)ut.ies of
sJ. M. I'pting, I'ino ilidgo, (o'omn.
,1. 11, l,'iek, Chapin, TIho Amerilean
.1. IL. (loggnns, Newbwrry. Common
11. M!l. 1Iury, Nowberry, Advantages
J. .1. Kihler, Sondley, Our Iieritgo.
1). A. Kleekley, Itight-well, Tyranny
.1. A. ltauctth, W\yses -'o;'vy, 1 rects of
Wart on Nat ional Character.
II. 1'. lUt nwick, Nuwberry, Ilobbies.
W. It. Shraly, lRooky Well, ECmpire.
C. ''. Sunmer, Nowherry, At tetlon.
l'. NC. Wit t, Mason, 1.'la% . ('ap!itu vs.
I 'at riot him.
11. C. F.allaw, Newberry, Valedie'orv.
The degree of A. 11. wats conft reed
upoln till the unenbers of the elass ex
eept Charti lienry )rafts, who re
e 'ived the degree of It. S.
I'he degree of Master of Arts was
conferred on ilenry it. lominick, ho
halin' eo nploted the course for that
degree as laii down by the eollege.
P'resident C'romner addressed eloquent
parting words of 'ounsel to the class,
and his adlonitions were full of good
eountst'l and son nil advice.
\I:-' .% .\. .\ND P'RIZES.
At the ce.e of th' gradhting ad
dresses t he uedals and prizes were
awarded as follows:
Senior lssay Medal to Jaco.b lenkel
lFrick, of Chapin, S. C. Subject for
198--'lago." I'resentat ion by 'rof.
W. H1. WVallace.
Senior iHistory Medal -.ames Law
Sonl G;oggalns, of Newt ''rry. I'resentit
tion by lon. Geo. S. Mower.
Sophomore (i.reek Miedal-D-I'Wyatt
Ilthn Riiser, lihoridgo: hontlrable men
tion of Xilmet 'robst Copeland, of
EChrha rdt. 'resentat ion by )r. W. G.
Freshman prize, ten dollars in books.
divided equally bet ween William Carl
Sehelfer, of Savanialh, Ga.. aid Her
bert Calhoun I orick, of Cal Ia, S. C.:
honorable mention of iiss Annie Su
ber, of Newberry. l'Presentation by
P'reparatory prize--John Kinard Aull.
of Newberry; honorable mention of
Carl ViIlhelin Summer, of Newberry.
This tize, Webster's Internatiuntu
Dictionary, was offered by Il'rof. S. .1.
Derrick. 'resentation by lRev. )r. S.
A)l)HISS BY IION. .1. J. LI NT%.
Congressman J1no. J1. Le~cntz, (of Ohio,
accomupanie H01 on. Wm i. J1. Ih'yan on
his trip to this State in March. Hei
madi(e such a mag~niflicent anmd cloquen t,
spiCeh at Dute WVest, ont that occasion
that hec cap)turedl everyone who heard
hlim. T[he students oif ICrskine 1.nmedC(i
attely aisked himIt t,o come hack and(
maike the -address at comnmencement,
and when it was found out that he had
acceptedl, President CrominvI(ited
hIim to coinie linx day to Newborry.
HeI spoke at D)ue WVest on Tuesday and
at Newbor'ry oni Wednlesday, aind left
yesterday for Wtashington. Tihe audli
once was not as large as usual on comn
mencemet occasions, but, the loss was
sustained by those who wore absent.
Mr. Lentz~ Is a young man--we should
say under 40--a eit,izen of Columbus,
Ohio, and was elected to Congress
fr'om a d istrict thtt has a Reopublican
Hie was p)resenlted by Col. Gleo. .John
stone ini a few pletasant words. Mr.
Lentz, sp)oke for two hours and his audi
ence did not tire, but would have been
glad to have him go on oven for another
hour-. Hoe spoke without notes, and
while we have taken very full notes it
is almost imp)ossible to give anything
like a fair synop)sis of a spieeh of that
length in the apace we have.
lie stated that it was the purpose of
Congressman Latimier to be present,
but he was prevented by serious ill
11ess. lie had had several dloctors at
'endin1g him and had been very ill,
Mr. Letz, said he doubly regretted tho
absence of Mr. Latimer. T1hat he
would have enjoyed having him pres
ent,, and( then he wanitedi to rechristen
him and instead of calling him Asbur'y
Latimier he should be known as Now
berry Latimer, on account, we proe
sume, of the interest lie had taken In
the Nlewberry College claim.
Mr. Lentz, said lhe was glad to be in
a L4uther'an commiunity and to speak to
a Lutheran college. That ho was born
of a Lutheran mother and ehristened
at a Ltitheran altar, and( that he enter
tained more than a piassing admiration
to the life and labors of Mart,in Lu
His subject was "Ar juriean Citizen
ship--its responsiblill as and opportu
nities," anid ho devoOped it along Cdu.i
cational lines; Ho did not go Into a
chemical analysis of the question pf ed
ucation, but ho said it, was enough to
know that. we did grow. Te momen
you put a now thought into the human
brain somothiln good bogine to grow.
lie wanted to talk Ii tho conoto rath
0r than In thu abstract.
He spoke of the ignorance and super
:utition which provailod a few genera
tions ago, anti beforo Luthor opened
the Hook or il liooke thtin wits no
growt,h ti the humlan boart-s.
H atrgued and showod that we whad
buen mnking treat progress along t,ho
lina of Invention, but, wo woro not
moving forward In the knowldgo of
veonomnirs. 'l'ho uoal 1iIIU'H of Ohio
weru itir and stavvintg for bread ht).
raulstl thoro wul no mtrkot fot' theI
e al, whilo tho wheat. groworeof North t
D)akota tturo bultrnting thile whoat, bu
ltnlso thro was no larkut for the
wheat, andl they thorefor could not
butty coal fot' futel. '.l'hturuiIs Holmething I
wvonig. ''hero wats n1 'ed of a knowl
odgu of eeonotmies that wi)vld eonneot
the voal heds of Ohio andl the wheat.
fiolds of North Dakota.
The 11hilosoplhy of ,Illgorson- "njuryc
to the least. of us should ho the eoneern
of all of us"--" noe to bo prt'actieed inl
tlhis age, and in ft, in t.hu ages to
Como ano g."r111. mn1 will hu devuloned
who will undortaIke to p realch any othor
dootrino. It is fumuled on i'hlristian
philosi.lhy. 'I hie thing Jiolerson was
afraid of is the thing you must, bo
adtl of. 'The thing to do Is to getI
wisdom It is tho pr'ineipal thing.
St.udy economies. l'inl out how to
totnneet tho wheat lihs of North I)a
kota and the (col bels of Ohio. 'hero
tru mor)e whito slaves in the North
.t"itehing eot-ton today than there weoo
blacek s13aves iI the .th lini:g neot
ton 30 years igo.
T1hreo mnilliont peolt In t.his oountry t
get. half tho inc~omio overy~ yearl that(1
the lf2 million in this country receitve
''hero Was something wrong. Somo
t.hing necessary to bo worked out in
eeonomies. ' iraelo upon mirelo has
been wrougl # .tut. ill 5ei3ow, and we go
11 with the samou stupidity inl our eto
nomnies. We need to turn and go the
other way. Ilow arr you going to
work out this problem? It. has got to
be lone in Newberry ('ollegn and the
other eolleges of the land. Ile wanted
a statue to enlightenitut. liborat'tillg
the world. Somebody's haid musL
'eaeh u) and take the sword of p'utoe
rlacy i and lberate the VIitte slaves of
The next. thirty years luust be ie
voted to the study of eeinuomies. Het'
believed that (od had g'iven us tht'
w<t" nderful lmc'ihinetry whieh is now itn
use to liberate tuan itntd give himll more
time to devote to poetry and to htutnan
it was at superb and graud atddrites:.
We wish ev a:an. womt atn and Child
in South Carolina could have heard it.
T1hero wats thoughtt in it, and that
which would open your eves and make
yot think. Mr. l.t ttt7. is a mlost charm
tug speiket and at titmtes grandly elo
qLuent. The aUdienctle Ituaty tlime's
showed its appreeatioo by htarty ttup
plause. J . W. I. -
A. It, Patter, witl hE1. t'.\tk~it'""
Co., 1Indianapo.lis, I nd., t w i;e: t
have never before given a ttc_itin,n: al -
in uiy lif'. But I will say that for
three years wve have never bueen with
o1t ('hamblhe'lainl's Culie, Cholera atid
,,.a. rh .:r !!?t'.ndy in the ht,las",, and
my Wife would as soon think of lit lug
without H1our as a bolt."-of this Rmt'tu
edy in the summer season. We have
used it with all thtree of our children
and it hits never failed to cure-not r
a331 lmply stop pain, but cure abIol1te1y.
It. is as till writ, anyvne who tries
it will Ihnd it i'A." For sale by W.
M a ' s .
(lIe4.gister', it h.)
i'P0ery ho4tl dlisp,-n)sary inl the State
will he' clo0sed1~ by Go)verno1r i*.i-r h. '1
Sii farl as (C'olumtbia i,4 (col4nce.dl o)1
two) ho4tels wI'ill bet etle te, the Grtawtl
Centr'al and1( JIerom'.J
It will be0 1lwetty hiu- 111on 4 the imhor14 ~)
hotel0 at Spar'tanhurig. it. has1 only re
cently ben grantedi t he priviliei!e, anel
it w,rs5 expected to he~. opIened~ .01day.
Butt it. will nlot a113l the liior' will have
to he rett,urned to thle State dispensa3~1ry.
It is said1 thalt the Stalte Ior oft31 ,
(Cont1rol wvi1 llmeet in) a1 day13 (or two and
No othIer' prepara)t-t3ion hats (ever3 (1o)4
SO many~ peCoIle so0 much0 good a1s h ood's
SarsapaIrilla, Americ'ia's (Grea3te'.t M)(i -
SP'AIL'TANIIUlto, S, C. j
AKlS TICFOLLO\VING~ S12M
Twelve \Vecks Course 1in Jook-k(3eep
St.enogralphy andl( 'Typewriting, $20.00.
Twvelve wee4.k3 courllse in A..rlt.hme3)tic,
Spelling, 1NIglish1 and IPen manshi p.
$12.50. Boarlld from $8 to $1(3.50.
Tu1it.ion Pay'able 13n atdvan3Ce.
STATIC 01" SOUTH'1 CA ROLINA.
COUNTY' 01 NICWHICRRY-IN
John Hi. PuIckhaher, 1PIlinltiff', vs.
Etmanlc Wesley, D)efendant..
Sumumons fot' Relief, CompIlaint not.
TO the3 Def4endenlt ICmanulel Wesley:
YXOU AI SUMMONICD1 AND 1tI0.
... qui red to anlswer tihe compit t
13n above entitled action, a copy of
which Is'thIs day fIled 13n the oh1100 of
the Clerk of t.heOCo3rt of Common Plea.;
for' Newberry (County, andi~ to serv~o a
copy of youir an)swer' to theC said com1
plainton.0 theO subsc~riber's at1 their oflico
inl Now herrly, Souith Carolina, witin
twenty days afteir ser'vice hlereof upon
you; and If you faial to answer' tile said3
complaint, wiVthin the LImo aLforesatid,
the l1aintiff In this not.ion will aplply' to
the Court for' the relief demanftlded in
1.11 said( com)plaint.
JOH NSTON I" & WILCH,
June 1st, 1898.
To 3the Defendant, Emlanu3el Wesley:
Take notice thlat th10ecomplinIt 1in the
above st.ated case was tis day filed In
the ottice of the Clerk of tile Con-t of
Common,Pleas for Newber'ry County,
I Juo I~, Plaintiff's Att.orneys.
June 1s,, 1898
FOURttH ARIMY O tttPS TO G0 0 FORTO
Ifuth Mouta CarolinA Comansnds Stand ia
Uhtineo of (,otting to the Front
with This Expedititn,
New York, Juno 15.-A special to the
Trinno from Wtahington says:
The "urt.h army corps, Major Gen.
John J. ('oppingor commanding, has
boon dellnitoly designated to undortako
6ho o0iiupation of Polo irico. It will
bu rapidly Inereased to 20,000 1non, in.
.luding all available regulars now in
,he South with tho addition of the best
,olutloor' regiments at Tampu, Ohiuka
nauga and P"all Clhuirch, Va. Theo
lootions will ho mado in the no xt day
ir two with ohlof regard to the nllita
y quallt,1es of the volItoore and the
Omttparative com plotness of their
When you tako iiood's Pills. Th ol-fash.
oned, sugar-coated plils, whlohl tear you all to
leces, are not In It with Ilood's. Easy to tako
mld easy to operate, Is trie "
f i lood's ills, whieh ar
Ii to date In every respeet,
lat, certain and sure. All
Iruggists. to. C. 1. ilood & Co., I.owell, Mass.
L'ho only I'llis to take with lIlood's Harsaparlila.
I Caso Shirting 'rints iat 4e.
I Caso [.adl ' Vests at 5e.
1 Case -lu-In. Sea Island at 5 c.
I t'ao I'oreal, fast colors, at.7 J.
I tc':ise 4-1 Ikllchiug at 51.
You will find in our
Nool Dress Goods
Depah,rttinett the very latest Styles,
fruta .k'. to $1.25 per yard. You
t,;Ut see outr Figured Black for
Skirts at U0e , also something now
inl Aeord at saute prie.
This line is more complete than
t"ver" before. We want to show you
orr Otgaudies in Figure and Plain.
I .ook at our Ut;in. Wbite Organdy
fo r40 .,
Sitr Notious stock is very con
ptet in every 'lne.
In thte Millinery Department we
are ' owing some very stylish
Goods 'n ['unev Sailors and Hats.
Come :-ndi inspect our stuck. We
will meet any price.
10 and 15c.
5, 10 and 25c.
Sets 15c. only.
(in summer weight)
Suit Every One.
A\nother New Line of
OME TO SEE U8.
cost, ,as v
keep a lin
- and get th
IPEST MOSQUITO NE1
s J. WC
NEWBERRY - .
The Latest Arrivals
50 pes Standard Shirting Prints, 4c.
50 pes Merrimack " " 4Ac.
10 pcs fancy Satin Rage, Grenadine
effect, at .8ghc.
10 pees White India Linen, 5c.
10 " " " (04e.
10 "' "' " 8)ic.
10 " " " lOc.
10 "' " " 12&c.
10 " " " 150.
10 pcs Fancy Black D':essa Goods for
snuits and skirts at 25c to 75c a ydc.
5 pcs 40-inch Silk Mull at 39c.
5 pes 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 Shoos at from 50c. to
20 eases of Men's Straw Hats at 150
to $1.00 each.
5 eases of Men's SHiff and1 Soft Fur
Hats at $1.00 to $2.00.
A new lino! of
Men's Neck wear,
all at a litle( lefSs than) you
cant buy them aL any other
store in Nowberry. Why?
Because JONES soils for' ca'sh
anid eon)sCeqetly can afford
to~ sell for' less.
Oome and( see us often.
Agont for Standard Patterns.
The People's Store.
Uinder Newborry Hotel.
Newberry. S. C., May 17 1898.
ord Ties at
ve will not
i of Ladies'
re at once
e benefit of
E DIXIE CANOPY."
pproved best canopy.
iot in use, by releasing
1, it of itself takes a po
tthe head of bed both
I and ornamental.
'rice, $2.75 each.
TING I -
ALL AND SEE THEMI
Shall be our motto this
season. We are in a
position to give both.
Our buyers have just
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that
buy in the cheapest
6market in the coun
buy in large quanti
W O ties,
Wo therefore command the very
lowest pricos and wvill give them to
Wo want to call your special at ten
tion to the fact that we do not~ sell
trash nor shoddy goods.'
WVe pride ourselves in offering re
liable goods in every line, oven our
chonposct goods are of standard qual
We propose to load in point of
style and quality and to meet all comn.
petition in point of price.
are full of nice, new
spring goods. We want
to show them to you,
and will do as much for
you as any house can.
'Come to See Us..