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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders .......................... 70.
H ams ................................. 1 124o.
Best Lard .......................... . 100.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 500.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35o.
Corn .................................. 50.
Meal ...... ................... 030.
H ay................................ . 800.
Wheat Bran........................ $1.10.
1st Patent Flodr.................. $0.56.
2"d Best Flour.................... $6.25.
Strait Flou...................... $6.03.
Good Ordinary Fl our...........$4. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sugat' ...............4. ..... .........O f 70.
Riceo.................................. 0. ,84o.
Cofee............................... 1 (a20o.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.00.
lalo Hulls, per -cwt......... 30c.
Butter, per lb .................. 1620o.
Eggs, per dozen ............... 100.
Chickens, each.................... 12;@200.
Peas, por bushel................. 00o.
Corn, per bushel................. 650.
Oats, per bushel................. 350.
Sweet potatoes ................... 50((00.
Turkeys, per ib ............. a( 80.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 75(j90o.
Cotton lo ,anu.
Several cotton blooms have been
handed in at this oflice within the past
few days. The first to bring in one this
season was Mr. D. W. Holt, of No. 0,
it having opened on the 13th. Next
came Mr. M. L. Wicker with one
on the 15th, followed by one from Mr.
J. J. Lano the same day, and one from
Mr. J. H. Davenport on the 16th. We
mention them in the order in which
they were handed'in.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
lIrulses, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and 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
iohertson & Glidet and W. E. Pelham.
Just received a barrel fine mackerel
at Jos. T. HUTCHINSON & CO.
Democratic ExCueivo Co,nnittee.
A meeting of the Democratic Exe
cutive Committee for this county will
be held at Newberry on Saturday, June
25th, at 10.30 a. in. A full attendance
W. D. HARDty, Chairman.
Newberry, S. C., June 9th, 1898.
The farmer, t he mechanic and the bicycle
,ider are ilable to unexpected cuts and
bruikes. DeWitt's Witch Iiazol Salve 1s the
bit t thing to keep on hand. It heals quickly,
a'ttl is a w 1I known euro for plies. W. JB. 'el
Spring styles in Zeigler Bros' Shoes
just received. They are the best shoes
on the market. O. M. Jamicson.
In Broad River Hchool District to
t commence in August or 1st September.
Term to continue for eight months.
Applications received by either of the
undersigned until the 1st of July.
). A. DI1cKlrT, Ch'n.
W. F. SUlint, Sce'y.
Suushine. S. C. f 2
Thou antds or sun'or'ers fromn grip)po have
bteen restort-d to health by One Minute Cough
(Um,e, It. quickiy curea cou [hH, colds, broa
chillis, jIme'umLo,, gippo))0N aia and ali
throat and1( lung diseaso,'. W. 1'0. Pelhami.
On Tuesday Mcsirs. hlunt & Hunt
and .Jas. Y. Cuibreat,h went, over to
Sp)a'ranburg and aplied to .1ludge
KClugh for hail for James A., Willie and
Alber't Riser, who were convicted at
the recent term of court in the eel
ebrated Pomnaria cases and are now in
jail awaiting an app)eal. The Judge
gr'antced bail in the sum of $500 for
James A. Riser' and $1,000 each for.
Albert, and Willie Riser.
hiow to Look Good.
Gc ad looks are really more than skin
deep,, depending entirely ont a healthy
condititon of all the vit-il organs. If the
liver' is Inactive, you hasve a bilious
b. .k; It your st:mmach is disorderedi,
you have a dyspeptic look; It your kid
neys are atected, you have a pineht d
look. Secu re &c . :1 ipealth, and you wIll
surely have good looks. "iEl tric Bit
ters" Is a gooCd Alterative andt T1oii.
Acts dilrect ly on .h ' stomach, liver and
kidneys, puirlfl: ' the blond, curt s pim
ples, blotches and bol s, and gives a
god'l cotuplexlin. Evety bottle guar
anteed. Hol.at Robertsoni & Gider's
* and( Pot hatin's Draug S.>re, 50) cen' a
signs of Sprinig.
Convoy a warning that certain ail
mentis, general debility, dyspopsia,
skin diseases, liver complaints, etc.,
neod att'ention. T.here isn't anything
botter for a blood purifier than Our
Sarsaparilla Compound. Nothing
scret or mysterious about it. It is
caret ully made of the best drugs, like
oeverything that we make, and we give
yo -u a bigger bottle than you usually
get and charge.but .75e for it.
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Druggists, on the corner.
Morre Pr,elous than (in.td.
What is that now?
Why, t,hose fIne apJples, oranges,
b)ananlas, lemons, etc., at
JOS. 'r. HUITCHINSON & CO.
D) YOU IKB GOOD UOFEB?
if so, buy the "Blue Ribbon"
b'lratnd. This is an excellent brand
rof Moca uand Java, and wil! go twice
as far as cheap coffee.
If you will only try this brand you
will quit using cheap anud poor coffee.
In it you wvill find both quality and
economy. Sold b)y.
. B. JNES, S Agn.
VAgitoUS AND ALL ABOUE.
E. S. Bleaso, Esq., of Saluda, was !n
the city yesterday.
The State campaign opened in Or
Governor Ellerbe has closed all the
hotel dispensaries in the State.
Broad River School District wants a
teacher for next session. See ad.
The Misses Vaned, of Columbia, are
visiting at Mr. John M, Kinard's.
Misses Doll and Bettie Laud left yes
terday for their home in Augusta.
Miss Mary Gibson returned yostor
day from Due West Female College.
Mrs. T. M. Wells, of Polzer, is visit
ing Mr. Wells' family in Newberry.
Mr. John H. Auli, of No. 5, sent in a
cotton bloom this morning.
The examination for teachers' certifi
cates is being held in the court house
Miss Bessie Simmons left yesterday
for Columbia, where she will visit a
Prof. D. D. Wallace loft the first of
the week to spend a few days in Spar
Mrs. L. R. Boland and children, of
Columbia, are visiting her father, Mr.
W. II. BIats.
The Florida watermelons have ar
rived and the small boys and the dar
keys arc happy.
Commencement is over and the city
seems lonesome without the college
boys. We miss them.
Miss Emma Wilson returned yester
day from Duo West, where she has
ben attending college.
W. H. Hunt, Esq., is absent from the
city, having gone North for a few days
on professional business.
Mr. M. J. Scott has his list ready
and would like to have you to volun
teer for State service. See him.
Miss Lizzio Griflin, of Newberry, is
over spending a while with her sister,
Mrs. Emma Mobley.-Johnston Moni
Mr. Thomas West and wife, of At
lanta, Ga., are in Newberry visiting
the family of his father, Mr. J. A
We were handed a cotton bloom yea
torday taken from the field of Mr. Theo.
Senn, in No tl Township, on the 12th
The annual commencement German
was held last night in the opera house
and greatly enjoyed by those who par
Mrs. Jane Brown, of Laurens county,
is on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Irby
). Shockley, who is confined to her
room with rheumatism.
Prof. B. L. Jones, a Newberry boy,
has been re-elected for another term as
Principal of the Laurel Street School
of the city of Columbia.
The Excelsior Fire Company gave
their exhibition race Wednesday after
noon and did what they seldom do
"crapped" on both races.
Mr. R. P. Fair, who is conducting
the business of the Standard'Oil Com
pany at Lau rons, came down yesterday
to attend the commencement ball.
Mrs. M. A. Carlisle, who has been
attending commencement at Due West,
retur ned yesterday, accom paniled by
hier (laughter's, Mi' s Nina and Bes
The Younrg Men's Christian Asasocia
tion of the college furnished refresh
meonts Wednesday night at the rear of
the couirt house and refreshed many
who attended the exercises at the
We acknowledge the receipt of an
invitation to attend the commencement
exercises of tihe L'hornwell Orphanage
at Clinton from the 26th to the 29th
inst. Amiong one gradluates Is Miss
Linna Edna Glenn, of Newberry. -
The Laurenis Advertiser comes to us
this week with an eight-page supple
mert-an illustrated write-up of that
enterprising city. It is a creditable
piece of work and wve congratulate both
The Advertiser and the city of Lauirens.
There is a case of varioloid on col
lege lull. A negro woman has the
disease. She lives near the house in
which the McMorris negroes lived who
had small-pox a few weeks ago. The
house has keenr quarantined. Thie wo
man had been vaccinated but it did not
In One Day.
A Good, Pstor alndg a Giood Chmarge.
llev. Gee. A. Wright came over and
joined lisa family on Friday. He has
been somewhat indisposed since lisa
r'oturn from the comvnt.ion at Norfolk,
having con tractedl a severe cold, result
ing inm a troublesome cough. The fam--~
ily went ump to "pa Wright's'' on Sat
urday anid are expected to return to
Johnston today. Mr. Wright will re
turn to his charge on Friday but the
famnily wvill remain a while longer.
He surely has one of the best charges
in the State-the first Baptist church
of Newhberry. We feel sure he thinks
so and our own observation would in
cline us to give the claim a most un
qualidied endorsement.-Johnston Mon
White Men- Arrested and Lodgel in Jail A
Oharged With the Murder of a Ne
gro Woman In This Oounty
About Three Yeare Ago.
Newberry County has another sensa- c
tion on her hands.
White men arrested and placed in
jail charged with the murder of a ne- i
About three years ago a negro wo- c
man was arrested or caught at or near t
Prosperity, charged wih having stolen .
a bridal trousean from a house in Fair- d
fIeld County, was taken charge of, it is 1
said, by a party of meu, and she has p
never been seen not' located since. F
Detective S. G. LaFar'r, through the c
efforts of Solicitor Sense and Governor d
Ellerbo, was employed recently to 1i
work up the case, and the result is that h1
several white, men end two negroes f,
have been arrested and placed in jail, a
charged with the murder of the wo- F
man. We can and shall not go into y
details of the crime.
The p;:!-ties arrested and lodged in i
jail are: W. T. Hatton, Adam L. Aull tl
and Albert F. Riser (who was already ti
in jail), white; and East F'ulier and d
Wash Wicker, colored.
Sheriff Buford and a posse left yes- t
terday for Fairfield County to arrest 1
two other white nen, Robert Blair and fi
Jim McGill, against whom he holds a
warrants on the same charge. tc
The negro woman's name was Lovie I(
Williams, and her disappearance has h
been a mystery, a
Bachman Chapel and Union Academy Chips a
MvIrs. Wmn. Bobb remains quite ill. h
Not expected to live. tc
Little Master George Galiman was n
thrown by a mule last Saturday even- o
ing and was very paicafully hurt. He d
is a son of Mr. .. .. Gallhnan. I
Mr. L. L. Moore is conlined to his e
room with fever. t
Little Miss ilieti Kiniard is consider- d
ably improved. a
If you all notice we are not advocat- t
iug a watermelon festival this summe'. A
Our patch is away down South. But e
say, what do you correspondents think v
of having another picni'? IL,t me hear s
from you all pretty soon. The social s
feature that is connected with these r
gatherings, a long shot overbalances a
the cost and time. Just to spend a day I
with such good, lively, sociable beings
as Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Aull is enough
to cause you all to vote yes in the mat
The grain crop has been gathered in N
better condition this year than we have :
ever known it. Threshing has been K
done and everybody who was fortunate
enough to have anything to thresh re- f
ports a good turn out.
To to this writing the dry speil con- s
tinucs and it is getting somewhat
alarming. Gardens have about burned T
up and the first planting of corn is just tI
about where if it doesn't soon get some 1
rain it can't make anything. Cotton
not suffering quite so had. But as a l
whole the crops are worked up bettor e
than I ever knew them, and if wve can
only get a good season soon they will
outgrow our expectations. WVe must E
not get discouraged. God never suf- I
fee's a calamit.y to conmc but that he$
will send a blessing to follow. n
Look'here, Jlosh, turn your' hand andl
let us see :what is tr'umps. We are
tired of your sulking.
Every week we see mor'e oar less ace
counts of destruction by flire, either
caused by carelesness or the work of t
some fiendish scamp. Last F'riday
morning a forest lire broke out in thes
woods of Mr. S. P. Crotwell, between t
Messrs. L. S. Fellers' and butler Banks.
Everyt,hing was so dry that, the (ire wasp
almost uncontrolable. We learn that e
Mr. John C. Neil lost about, 150 cordlsof (
wood andl Messrs. .J. Cal. Neil and JT. f
M. Fellers each about 15 or 20 cords. e
Foirtunately the lire was brought under
control Saturday evening without any
houses being b)urned. T1he damage to
timber was considerabile. T1imber is
valuable in this seet,ion of county, be
lug so near town. Fromn what we learn ,
the lire originated fromi earelesness. i
Mr. John Mills had a negro cutt,ing t
wood and the negro in lighting hisa pipe
'let the fir'e get out. Now those men (
have to bear the loss just to give that
negro a smoke. If people have to
snmoke, it is a pity that they can't, wait
unt,il they get out In a clean place. In a
some eases it,'s wrong to puinishl people ]
for their mishaps. Hut, its wrong to a
Indulge carelesness too far. We have
said and we repeat, good peop)le, ho
careful of fire. It~ can sweep) the propll
erty from under a peCrson quicker than
Kay, didn't I tell you that we had
solved the liquor problem so fair as I
Newberry wats concerned. Now I r
reckon that youa see that we have some
idea about what we are doing. A nd you
need not, L.:om out' men if you are not
a mindl to. You see that Editor Aull '
has gone to wvork lghating for tIhe licenset
faction like a tran. So has l'ditoraI
Capers. Hie has gone to work withu a
gloves off, throwing his blade, cutting
a wide through in behalf of the I )ispen
sar'y faction. These two edlitors are
wvorking well in the harness ini wvhich
old man Chips put t.hem. IHa't whlere is
Editor Greneker? Is it po(ssible that
he has halked? We have always
known him to be a good puller. 'Per
haps the collar don't lit, well. isop
your whip, my friend, atd drive up
your Prohibition wagon. WVe have
adopted the equhail division phifn and
we (do not, waunt to see 0our lan fall
A torpid liver robs ynn or ambli.on and I
ruins your lien th. D)eWitt's Lit.le Early
Itisers cleanse th(e liver, enure constitat,,
an all stom sclm and liver troubles. W. E.
u Extract Taken 1fron The Lutheran Vit.
tor's itePort of the Cownoucement
The address before the Alumni Asso.
lation was delivored on.''uesday night
y Mr. Elbert H. Aull, of Newberry.
fr. Aull t8 a member of the class of
880, and in his introductory remarke
ave some intoresting reminiscences of
ollego days twenty years ago, when
lie collegiate depart,aent had only twc
egular professora, Including the prest
eant, Dr. Holland-the other being
'rof. Arrington. The preparatory de
artment was in charge of Uco. D.
[altiwangor, who was assisted by Mr.
co. B. Cromer, now the honored presi
ont of the institution which in 1878
ad only recitation rooms over a store
ouso, but now occupies its own con
)rtable buildings. The subject of the
Idress was "The Rights of the Other
'ellow," and it was a plain, practical,
ot thoughtful discussion of the domi
ating motive which controls the ae
on of men tn their deolings with
icir fellow-men. He well showed
iat the bane of this age, as in its pro
ecessors, is selfishness. This condi
on, he thought, existed to such an ex
)imt that the question might be seri
Lsly raised whether a man over acts
'om any other than a selfsh motivo,
nd even in deeds of kindness we seem
> forgot the divine Injunction not to
t our right hand know what our left
and doeth. le discussed the material
vance of the age and showed its ef
:et as overmastering one of the truest
lms of life-to do good to our follow
i, and he defined such a spirit as
aving a tendency to magnify the ma
wrial and intellectual achievement of
tan at the expense of the sentimental
r spirituul. The address was a splen
Id one, and Mr. Aull hanc1led his sub
act gracefully, and discussed it with
vident ability to the great apprecia
on of the audience. It was an ad
ross suited to the occasion. and the
isociation is to be congratulated in
le choice of the orator for '98. Mr.
utll has devoted his influence and en
rgy in behalf of his alma mater, and
henever tihe opportunity presents it
lf, he is always ready to do good
3rvice for Newberry College. lie has
ellected credit upon the Institution
lid himself by his splendid address
,utheran Visitor, 16th.
Mr. Isaac Horner, proprietor of the
lurton House, Burton, W. V., and one
f the most widely known men in the
tate was cured of rheuiatism al'ter
bree years of suffering. He says: "I
ave not suflicient command of lain
unge to convey any idea of what I
utiered, my physieians tolki mae that
othing could be done for tie and my
-lends were fully convinced that toth
ag but death would relieve me of my
itering. In June, 1894, Mr. Evens,
ten saiesman for the Wheeling Drug
o,, recommended Chauberlain's Pain
laim. At this time my foot and lit
ere swollen to more than double theit
ormlal size and It suemed to me my
"g woul burst, but, soon aft :r I be.
ain to decrease, the pain to leave, and
ow I consider that I am entirelv
umed. For sale by W. E. Pelham.
0. MI. JTamticson htas jutst ri'OCved his
pr-inig linte of Zoigler Bros. Ladies',
lisses' atnd C'hlldren's Shloes, int Tatn
ktas, 1B1k Bals, ihutton Boots, Oxford
'los, Strap Sand les, latest style Lasts
Thec C., N. & L.
Ini mentioniing thoelhanlge of schedulc
n the C., N. & L. Railroad ini our last
aplrow' Wmattde a mistakce of an hour' in
be arrival of the train from Columbia,
'he change of schedule quickens the
u'rvle bjetwVeen G reenville and Charles
Itn on tis titme. T1he til trai,a arrives
cre at 12:10 p.- ml. anid the down p)asen
er at 2:10 p. in. TrhistroadI Is giving ex.
client service to its paittons and Agent
'avanlaughl takes pleasure itn giving in.
>rmation to and serving tile putblic ir
onnelcti-ln with 111s road.
An Enaerprtiting D)ruggt.
There are few men01 more1 widIe
wake andt entterp,risintg t han Rob,
rston & Gilder aind W. E. P'elhtam,t
ho spare tno painst to recure th(
est of everything ini their line foi
hteir lmany customrers. Thlev no0w havi
he valuable agenacy for D)r. Kilnga
iew D)iscovery for Consumtption.
)oughs andl( Colds. Tis is thle won
erful remned y thiat is producinig such
riror all over th ecountry by its mnany
lartl'ng cures, 1t atbsolutely curet
1athmaIz, BronchitIs, Ifoarson:-ss andt at
fleetions of the 'Th roat, Chest and
aungs. Call at above dIrug store ami
et a trial bottle free or ,a regualar slz(
0 centsand $1. Guaraniteed to cure
r price refunded.
Itecrut ts Wna nt.eut f,r h e Wea r.
Sergeant G. F. Wearna, of CJompany
1. 1st S. C. V., is at home for' thae pur.
ose of gett,ing recruits for is cotm
any as all compantics in te r'egitmon1
rto be recrult,ed up to 1011 muen
Sergeant Wearn will he home or it
lhe neighborhood, for sevetal days ant
,ouild like any one that will vohmtteel
o consultt or wr'ite himn at this ollice
Ic can furanish tany informnation do
i red. Bly ireruiting now y'ou can gel
nI with the Newberry h)oys andi he unl
emr Gen. Lee.
Pe ppermint Cordial I
A pleasant and effi
cient remedy for al
diseases o f t h(
stomach and bow
and for sale at Rob
ertson & Gilder'
Drug Sore. f+f
ION. JOHN J. LENTZ.
Ilia Visit to Newberry Highly Appteolate,
aud Ills AtdIdress Vomuiett by
Newberry appreciated greatly th
visit of Hon. John J. Lantz, member o
Congress from the Columbus district o
Ohio. Mr. Lontz delivered a stronj
aldress its a part of the Coumonemen
exorcises of Newberry College, whiel
is reported elsewhere in this issue o
The Herald and News. The addres
bristled with sound logic and witl
illustration. It was the bust addros
delivered in Newberry in years. Ill
spoke for an ht.ur and fifty minutes
and many people said they could listoi
to him two hours longer.
\i r. Lentz is a man of handsome ap)
pearanco and strong physical powers
which combined with a vigorous at
trained intellect make hit indeed
notablo American. After we havt
seen and heard him we realize fulIl
the reason why his services are so muol
in demand in discussing the politiea
issues of the (lay. Mr. Lentz had jus
come fresh from the stump in the cam
paign in Oregon, and one of the plOas
ing facts of his address is that he coul
make it of a high literary character
Of course there were political allusion
in his address, but no publie speaker It
those days can help referring to then
in discussing such a subject as univer
Mr. Lentz made a good speech
There is no s1 ronger word we desire to
use in conmnending his address tha
the Anglo-Saxon word, (oclt). We wis1
every man and woman, young and old
in the county could have heard hit
We are sure that everybody heard hir
with profit and pleasure, for we hav
never seen a New berry audience lisle
to a speaker for nearly two hours with
out manifest,ing evident signs of a
pr.ne weariness. We predlet tha
the American ile ople will hear more o
\1r. Lentz was shown points of inter
cat around the city by 1'residentCrome
Thursday morning, and visited the eel
lege, lie cxpres;ed hinself as de
!ilhted with what he had seen here
Ie was shown through the Newberr,
Cotton Nlills by General Manager Mc
Crary, and it was the first time h
had enjoyed the opportunity of socin
Mr. Lent, met many of our citizen
and by his democratic open-hetrtet
manner captivated all who met him
lie left for W1'ashington yesterday al
ternoon, and expressed a desire of har
lug the opportunity of visiting New
berry again in the future.
A good appetite
Is essential to good health.
Hood's Sarsaparilla creates an
A pp3tite, tones and
Strel,. thens the stomach,
And builds up the whole system.
It relieves that tired feeling, and b
purifyi.ng and enriching the blood, I
promptly and permanently cures a
scrofula eruptions, boils, hutomrs, pin
ples and sores; strengthens thme nerves
and gives sweet, refreshing slop. N
other medicine has taken such hold u
on t.he confidence of tIhe peole ii
llood's Sarriaailla and its record( <
gret cures is uinequal led by any othe
p)reparat,ion. You may tatke [ood
Sarsaparlilla wvit,h the ut,most confident
that, it will do you good.
Al ways rememiber that Lilly liraci
ets finte Shoes for gent,lemen are th
best On t.he mnarkct. Jamnieson's, I, tf
lils 80Uli OAIIO1INA KIN.
Tedduy losevelt. of "IlouglihtRiders," II,
Numbers~t' In Thin St-ate.
[Special to the State.]
Newberry, June :3.-Theodore Rloos<
velt has 1)100( kin in South Carolini
Capt,. T. 0. Stewart, of Newberry,
Georgian by birth, Is own cousin 4
Roosevelt,'s mother, Their grat
father, Geon. Daniel Stewart,, of Libe:
ty County, Georgia, ably assisted th
colonists in obtaining t,heir indlepeI
dence, andi was frequent,ly In batti
wit,h (Gens. Marion and1( Sumter. Stov'
art CJounty, Georgia, was n)amed I
honor of Gen. Stewart,. The p)atriot]
lire has not grown cold in tile vclins<
his diescendants. Capt. T. O. Stewatr
tal ex-Confederate, lost. a b)rotherl I
Vera CJrtz, in tne Mexican war, an
antothuer in tile Confederate war. -
Now 11is onuly sons have volutnteere
for the war with Spain.
CIaspar Ch isolmi Stulart. is a pivat,
iand Tho~s. Oswald Stewart, is Seon
Lieutenant, ill Company lI, l"i rst ik
mnt, South1 Caroll ia VolunlteerC
Th'Iey camiu hlonestly by thelir patrio
Tir malit("'a gr'andtlfath er, Gel
Pa'iul Quaittlbaum, of L exi ngton Coul
ty, Soth i CarolIia, wvas (one of tile sig;
ers of t.he ord inance of secession, ar
served his State faithlfolly in timues<
penic and war.
Thleodore 1Roo.sevelt,'s uce, Irvi r
S. Iullock, wvas sailing master on ti'
A labatna du1rintg the figh t off the con:
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set e,,t oltaency for securing patents.
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MARiIED IN ATLANTA.
I Mrs. Ftauoees uttnnulughan Woe and, Iusg
Pardee. of New Olrtana.
The marriage of- Mrs. Francns Cun
ninghamt Wells and Judge Don Pardei
r was solemnized last evening in th
f presence of a eolightful circle of friend
z at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rich
t ard A. Hiarris, Ponce do Leon circle.
Although only the intimate friends o
the bride and groom were present, tht
E assemblage was a brilliant one, consist
t lug of some of the most prominent per
B sons in Atlanta.
' The Harris residence looked charm
Ing last evening. The mantles wer(
banked with ferns and flowers; palm
lifted their green fronds against the
white woodwork of pretty corners
roses and sweetpeas blushed on all
sides; and a magnificent oleander filled
with pink blossoms was the admiratior
3 of all beholders.
The ceremony was performed by )r
F. H. Barnett in the largo receptio.
hall, the guests grouped on all sides
a number of them forming a vari-tintei
garland on the stairway where tho3
stood during the marriage service.
The bride wore a lovely gown of sotI
' rose-colored silk, cut high and riehl3
trimmed with duchess point, a fall o
the exquisite lace finishing the rout
yoke. She carried a beautiful bouquet
of white sweetpoas. Never (11(1 sht
look fairer and lovelier than in thi
- charming costume. The only attendant
was Miss Helle Newman, who wore a
gown of white organdie and carried a
bouquet of pink sweetpoas.
An elegant hot, supper with coolint
- ices was served during the evening
1 and soft orchest,ral music ud(ld it
IThle eutre occasion, with Mir. amt
Mrs. Iarris as the Cordial host am
hostess, was one of enjoyment and con
t gratulation, only (linmed by the reali
zation that the residence of Judge am(
Mrs. I'ardco is in Now Orleans and no
Atlanta. For the Judge has made dur
ing his recent visits hero a host o
friends, and his sweet bride is unusual
ly bolovcd in this city, where she ha
made her home for a nunher of years
They left on the miul(l ight train for a
Wedding journey north and a sunmme1
sojourn at, .ludge ['ardee's count.r
home in Ohio. Many distiniguishci
gents were prescnt.-Atlanti Journal
Mrs. Pardco is i sister of Magis
trate S. S. Cueningham, of Newberry
The 1Herald and News ext.ends cun
gratulations to the contractinlg parties
- Their home will be in Now Orleans
Hundreds of thousands havo beet
In(itndued to try Chamlberlain's Cougi
Remedy by rend ing what it has (loll
for ot here, and having tested its merit
for themselves are today its warnes
friends. For sale by W. E. Pelham,
Fruit Jars! - - -
- - - Fruit Jars
We are selling Frui'
'Jars, all sizes, very lov
Pelham's Drug Store
e A New Versionm.
Anl up-to-date version of tile one
popular air', "IL D)on't WVant to Plray i
Y'our Yard,'' runs somiethinug likec thiU
"We don't wanlt to buy at y'ourI plac<
IM we don't, trade there anuy mnore; you'
be sorry when y'ou see us5 going to som
other store. You can't, sell us any~ stal
goods, we have opened0( wide our eyel
we don't wanlt to trade at your stor
r. 'cause you do not adver'tise."-l'x.
SCannon & Mayes
are agents for the
Greenville, S. C
eFINISH HIM, OLD BO' !
C Uncle Sa-n says to his pluecy fighter
it Hie will finish hinm without, doubt in I
1-master-ful a mannelr as we will fini
your' linen, after putting a beautifi
color upon it,. Our1 lauIndr'y work
per'fect, and1( anyi~thin g sent to thris e
taibl18I'sment to be~li inundered will gis
peorfect satisfaction, as well as gl at.iie;
Lion. Sir ts, colars and ecus are mat
to look like new.
The Rtumor of WVedhIenng
Is in tihe air. Those who h'as
been so for,unte as to hlavo receive
an invitation should show their ni
p)reciation by sending a gift 'iuchlr
Ount (Glass, Fancy China or a Han<
50omo Lamp. Eithler of tLlOse art
cle's, they' can buy13 very chleapl at
RO)BERITSON & GTi LDERI'S.
The Herald and News had made a
S rangemonts to got a telegrani th's
morning giving a list of the candidates
for State oflices who had signd the
' plo Ige, but the telegram failed to reach
us; however, we have been informed
this morning that tho following News
berr!ans are in the race:
For Congress-IHon. Geo. Johnstone.
For Governor-Col. 0. L. Schumpert.
For Attorney General-Hon. Geo. S.
For Rath o td Comrnissionor---Hon.
J. A Sligb.
A complete l'ist will be published In
Agricultural - - - - - Chemical.
Mechanical - - - - - - Textile.
Literary - - - - - - - Military.
lest equipped College in the South.
4)0 students. Send for Illustrated cata
II1lINRIY S. HAtTZOG,
Clemson College, S. C.
By other Housos will over unt
dorsell or reach the level of Our
and Undersell theu all
Are offered goods at ost or at
half price, come to the Boo Hive
of bargains and you can buy the
same goods for a more song.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors nee(1 magnify
ing glasses to see them! We
knook thon blind
Black Eyes for competitors:
Yours at, only
8 3-'le. per yard.
YoUrs at only
is r' yttrtl.
Yours at, only
3Ic. per yarcd.
liest Standard P'rint.s
Yours at only
4e. per yard.
(ood Iarched Colfeo
- Yours at only
loe pcr po)und(
Good Grcen Colfee
Yonrs at, only
tte per pound.
Soap--Good Washing Soap
Yours at, only
3C. per pound
t All other Goods at, correspondingly low
Is worth twico as mnch at the
Boehive of Bargains.
T 1h:e F'air and Squaret L Dealer.
II Spring Clothing!
1. I We aret prepared'C( to) show
ia on of the p)rettiestt and hest
selectedl stocks of iMen's,
I Boy's and (Children's Suits
Ilj that it has ever been my
e pleasure to exhIibit to my
o friends anmcstomers)'.
Wh)ile Northi I took es
pi pains in) buying *Sni ts
for the little folks f.om1 3 to
1y ears o1(1.
~~ I Our Juniiior Suits from 3
to 8 years' old1 is as8 neat
and as nobby as can be.
Our 1). B. Boy's Suits
from 1) to 1 6 years old
isoeof th prettiest
lines wo have over shown;.
for the bioys beforo the
sizos0 aire brokenr. WVe
guaranlteo pr)icos and)4
~O. M.JA MIESON,
a Jewer tre 08O tht. don
eLots of smnall artist ic a rtic(les
suIitable1 for Xmnas pres'ents
of unless you sawv them.
0 We have a benuti fu ineIi11 of
dsmall Novelties at, extrelmely
'~You can comeI and1( spend1 a1
plieasanot hour in lItok ing
arlound( at our1 stock and1( buy
whenI you get ready.
E DUA RI) SCHIOLTZ,