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Don't boe Wasteful.
Superintonnent Voss has regluested
us to ask the public not to be too waste
ful with the water---not that, it is any
way scarcc, but that it is causing some
unnecessary pumping at the station,
which is expensive. So persons taking
water will plese not waste It. Use it
plentifully and freely but not unneces
sarily, such as utnnecessary sprink
ling, yard sprinklers running all night,
Itucklen's Arnica SalvA.
'he best Salve in the world for Cuts,
llruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt RItheun,
Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Han1uds,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Pilrs, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelhan.
The undersigned will furnish a first
class barbecue at the residence of R. N.
Taylor near i chman Chapel citurch
on Saturday, July 10, 1898. All the
candidates and the public generally
are respectfully invited. \V guaran
teea first class dinner. Cooking will
he tindee the supervision of the very
est cooks. The prico of dinner: La
diee, 30 cents; gentlemen, 35 cents. Re
dution on families.
R. N. TAYLOR.
S. A. RIKARn.
13. 13. ltKALRD.
'I think )eWlt.0s Witch ItpZ111 Snivo i the
anest preparation on the 1nniket. for 1/iles "
No writesJohn C Dunn, of Wheeling. W. V.
Try it and you will thinlk the sanle, it a1tsc
cures cezcmt, antt ai sk'.n diseases. W E I'el.
They are lit Gtd Coinpuany.
Wilie Y'arbroughi and Thomas '1itch
ell, two of Saluda's boys, cleeided to
give Unclo Sam th ir services and con
sequently volunteered last week. They
went to Newberry where they would
meet the recruiting oflicer who would
furnish them transportat ion ppers to
Chickantauga WVe tr- glid to know
that so m11anlly Saluldat boys have voln
teered, but sorry they did not all go in
a Saluda Company. The best w ishes
of the Advocate goes with t.htes two
worthy young men and we lopi' to ,see
them return covered with rglory.---Sa
ludla Advocate, 29th.
The eclilnr of iIe It-us C Ity, 1'n.. 'ntn,
wIr'it's: ''Ono MIt111t1 ('r1n1i1h tatlle is 11tl'y
nlinl ,1. Ii cllretl Iny chll ie +it nfrt" H i 4M I.r
reml e(Iles fa1i el " it rnr-s s,l s, a':1-4 : ,it)
all throat amnct lung 0) rn,t es. W. K. Pt' enn.
111111an to Speik.
Senator B. R. Tillman will deliver a
speech at. lount,ville, in Lau rens
County, on July 6th. It is expected
that an immense crowd will attend
from Laurens, Abbeville and Creen
ville. Comnisr.ioner Vanc, said yes
torday afternoon that he thouglit he
would go and in all probability many
other Columbians would seize this
opportunity to hear the Senator. A big
barbecue will be held and it is thought
dispensary will be the subject of dis
Scrofula, hi1 disease, salt rhnneum,
dyspcpsia and other diseases dute to im
pure blood are curecd by Hood's Sarsat
Subs. riptions to GAover'nment, Wcar~
ILoan $'200,,000000i( th ree ner' centt. Bonds
will be r'eceived at the National IBanik
of Newber'y, S. C. t&f 2t
We ofer erylowest pri
ees on1 Fr'uit .Jars at
P.E L1IUJHA M'.
You wvill alwvays secure'
fact on all articles at
.P Li1 A M'S
Lawiye'r Catrlile Hi nirt.
On Tuesday atboutt noon thue cellat
oor to Robertson & Giler's drug stor't
iV4 s0 opened for' t,he p)urpose of r'emov.
some old bioxes and stiraw from thc
i lar, and while the~ work wats ini prio
as M. A. Carlisle. Esq., came walk
4 along the sidlewaLlk fromn the post.
o reading aL paper, not obser'ving~
opening on the sidewalk, and step.
d into the cellar. Hie got a hard faill
which hto dislocatedl hiis shoulder,
n~ rd recciyed sever.. bruises about i.hc
a dy. While Mi'. Car'lislo wvas pain.
* fully hurt, we are glad to state that it
~iwas not scrious and that he will so0or
rrecover from the p)aiful etT'ects of thic
Dr. .Jas. U. Mcintosh prompltly at.
tended Mr'. Carlisle anid relieved him
of all ,he pain and sutffering in hhi
Stok headache, bilitousness, contipa .ior~
antd all li vern and )cotoach tronbles ennt hr
juick ly mured by using those famunts littlIe
* ills known its locWitt's t.ittiole Early li ers
Thiey ate pleasant to ti'ke and never Hipe
Ladles and Misses Oxford T1ies going
at great,ly reduced priices it
2t S. J1. wooten
signts of Sprinig.
Convoy a warning that certain ail
ments, general deldity, cMy popsIia,
akin diseases, li vor cominaits, etc.,
ned attention. There isn't anything
' ~better for a blood p)uriller than Out
Sarsaparilla Compound. Nothiing
secret or mysterious about it. It it
carefully made of the best drugs, likc
overything that we mnakg, and we give
yotn a bigger bottle thtan you usually
got and charge but 'The for it.
ROBERITSON & G ILDER,
Drnuists, on the corner.
' A.1 AaIL ABOUT.
Monday will be staleday.
''h1e jury for the sessionts court will
be drawn next, week.
Coutt will convene on the fourth
Monday, 25th day, of'Juily.
AMonday will also be the "glorious
Irs. Russell, of Auton, is on a visit to t
S. U. A nll, of .Jalapa and W. 13. Aull, of
M r. and Mrs. L. N. Itogers, of Union,
have been on a visit to Mr"s.- Blease, I
mother of N) rs. Rogers.
Misses Maggle and Alico Jones of
Ridge Spring are on a visit to the fam
ily of I'rof. W. I. Wallace.
Many of our citizens are complaining
of their wells going dry. S'iperintend
cnt Voss hasn't any complaint to make
on that line.
Mrs. J. Hi. M. Kinard and daughter,
Miss JCtherl, left oi Wednesday for
Greenwood to visit her daughter, Mies.
E. S. McNeil.
The committee to arrange for the
State and colnty camlptpaign meetings
will meet in the mlaster's ollico tomor
row at 10 o'clock.
Every citizen of the city should take
water from the public works. The ar
tesi, water is pure and is conducive to
good health. .1 list try it.
The stamp act goes into effect to
day. If you issue a check, give a
note, or send a telegrami a govern
ment stamp must be put on it.
Mr. Jas. A. Risor was released from
the jail on Tuesday, having given bail
in the sut of $500 pending the appeal
to the Supremlie Court in his case.
After this issue the editor will be ab
sent for tw o Or three i-sues in attend
ance uponl the 1'ress Association.
Mr. .I nu. W. Ear btrdt of oir oflice
will have Charge of the. paper.
Al Alaamua wotman has named her
twins Fitzhgil'h [,ee and .Joseph Wheel
or", but a 1'enIIIsyIVlv)aia womuan Went,
her one ble.tte1 Ibv namnling her triplets
Sam pIson, Sch ll'y and )ewey; and 1 )owey
is a girl, too.--Ex.
'l'he rlgitur preacshintt days at (ol
ony will be changl"d for the nextmonth
(lr"int( .1uly. Itev. 1'rof. W . K. Slight
will be ab_ent. and)(] Itev. .. J. Long will
fill his al:poilnt nents. 'reaching will
be in the sl"cond and fourth, and com
munion on the lirst, Sunday in A ugust.
The (tpot at Chappells was broken
in on \Vedlnesdlay night, r'ntrance be
ing itode thrrough the wintdow and a
few articles stolen, among the lot being
it valise belonging to a traveling man,
he having left, it and two sat)lecases in
there over night.
Younlg Marvin ' argin, of this city,
who is a volunteer inl ('apt. Ltugford's
company, of Newberry, now at Chicka
mnitgi, is inl baid health and his Cap
tain has wiitten his mother to ask for
his discharge. This has been (lone and
the papers sent through Senator Till
man to the Secretary of War.-Laurens
A mong the graduates of the G raded
School at the close of the recent, ses
sion was Miss .losie White of the
LFatory Schtool. She completed the
course and)( rece' ad her d iplomta ttnd
t,>repartied her essay, though lher tnmo
dlid not appear ini thle programf its she
dIid tnot, read her' essay. Sile has the
d istintct,i(n Of bteinrg the first andt ontly
gtraduiate from 111hel"actory School.
I) hly,tiH l t,' i.d afn,d ('nil j.
Dauughter's (if Confledernecy will tmeet
in (Ctlub roomls Tuesd a,i aft.ernoon att G. 30.
MI is. NA'Ir G;is'r, Sec.
hoUllt8ol'x Tast8108 Chill Tollic
Pleasant to Take !
Quick to Act !
Cheap to Buy !
1t give's you anI appet ito,
str'ength ens you, and( regulates
yourI liv~er'. (Only 35e. per'
bottle. IManiu factu red and c for
sale at Iubr'tson & Gilder's
Schuoolt MassI Meeiting.
St, Lukes, S. C., .June 25, 18918.
A matss tueeting of the cit,ize.ns of St.
L,u! "'s and Big Cr'e3k schtool distrie's
is heireby cal!led to be held at St.
Luke's Aendemty, Sat.urdlay afternoon,
.11uly 9, 13198. at, 3l o'clock, to conslider'
thte matter of tiniting the two districts
atd establishing a graded school.
S. Ii. Hawkins, .1. S. Nichols,
St.. Lu,ke's D)ist'et. Big (Creek D)ist'et.
A rr'cat, d for Mhurd. r.
Messr's. Rober't Blair' and Jamecs lait',
of Ridlgeway, wore arr'ested1 on IThut's
day b)y the Sher'if of Newvberr'y coiunty,
chahrgedl with the amurd'(er of at negr'o
wvomantt at Pomtaria in Newber'ry coun
t.y. It, seems11, fromtf iiumfors5, L,htt the
nlegr'o woman10 wats arrtes tedl aboutt thrm'ee
years aigo, for htaviuig stolen it numb~ier
of ariticles blelonging to1 Mr's. Robert
Blair', antd Messes'. tobeit anid Jlames
Blair', wenit to N'ewherry'i' to arreost hert.
She wvas ar'rested, anid about, dark, its
we hteat', wits locked upi inl thte depot,.
The depot, was broken open1, and tihe
woman d isappeai'edl, and hats not been
hteard oif Rince.
Sieveral pat,ies In Newber'ry have
been1 arttedSt(. It, is said Ihtat, a detect.
ive has been at work ott the case. A
numbher of wvitnesses frolm Fairfield1
havie been summttioned.
l'The liirs arie sons of MIr. Thomas
ilir, anid b)o,th of them hear' a good
r'epulta t ion In the Couinty. Theirm friends
in the Count,y helievve t,hem Innocent.
Wi|n nsorw nws ei nr1 ITmm1,1d
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
LL, TIlE NEWS OF A LIVE AN) l'I
Sicaltt Coirespoudlenco 1-Larald and New.l
Mr. John Cook hits started his roller
nill and we can now get, home patent
lour at our door for the going and we
ook for him to have a good trade this
car and will givo an impetus to the
'aising of more wheat lore in the fu
ure than we have been raising here
Rain is needed in several sections In
,he lower part of No. ), and old corn
viii not, make as good a yield as was
vanted unless we get rain in a few
While in your town last Monday we
tepped into the ollico of the Lutheran
Visitur and that prince of ;rood fellows,
X. P. Iloutseal, Esq., told uS that, he
iad a Spanish trick that he wa:'ted to
show me. With fear and tremibling I
ollowed him to the rear of the build
e!g, and he began to tulrn some little
)lugs or somet,hing (I cid'nt stop to
see) of the kind and gave a great, big
vheel a turn, and ouch a cannonading
is was there I never he ard before and
tell you I beati a hasty retreat to a
safe distance and looked at the Span
sh trick from behind breastworks un
il my friend came over to my side of
he building and told me that the war
vas over and that I could come forth
vith safety, which 1 proceeded to do
vith atlacrity, and felt greatly relieved
o know that it was all over. Reader,
when in Newberry go in and ask Will
6o show you his new engino and deml
mstrate to you how it works and you
will know better than I can tell you.
Look here, Mlr. Editor, you are brusr
1Ting about your town being the centre
tnd so forth, I would just call yotu at
tention to the fact that the Sout,hern
Lt. R.. sent their train to Prosperity,
cnd if the place where a thini turns is
not the centre where is it? See.
I am glad to report that (11it' towln
has raised the aitaunt.ite from all
points except Saludla County and we
hiope to see that reinoved just as soon
ts it is safe to do so, which I am sure
hey will do promhptly, when tbat time
l.ev. )r. llallmlan, who has been
sick is able to beV ouit atainii.
llaskell Mills. on of Mr. W. .J
Mills, die'd on last Tuesday, aud was
laid to rest. on \Wednecsdty. lie had
been sick for some time with heart,
trouble and his deatth was not unex
pected. He wits abut 13 years old.
The youne~ people had quite an eii
joyable tlalfis' it, the home of Mr. F.
Hobh on 'Iuesdaty night at which time
they had one of those funny parties
knowin as a tacky party. It would take
a professional to do just ice to the cos
tumes that were on exhibit,on there
and from the hearty laughter that,rang
out from time to time it wits ia ga's(nd
success. I would venture the a-sert,ion
that there has not been as msainy old
dresses I"esm-reeted in the past ten
years, yes, I would say twenty years its
t,her'e were TIuetsdaty night.. Costumsses
goinig back to ante hscllum days ansd
t,he days of the D)ol ly Vartdeun were
commsosn atsd thse boys got hold of some
oif their gransidfatther's suits os' coauts aind
ph tyed thse gallantst a gain in thle same
suits thast thir lias hadti cout,edC theirs
mals, andc nSow they are't in this samse
coturtinig bussiness, butt t,hen 'twas ev'er
thbus' ansd will bei till the endc of t.ime.
Large retursiS fromt the sow ingt of
wheuat, const,inuet to come). ini. M% ' I uthl
er lBoozer got. an average of 2:d to 24l
bushels to I, anid we hseard of osne negro'c
whIo got 5 smore buishsels than shsle witnsted.
lie onsly wanted I5 anud whsent lie foxund
oust thast he hasd (iver 2(1 he said "'dats
miore1 dan(5 1 wated "c' mean Iisg I suppsose
that, it, was miore thiass he ex pseeted.
Mr. Ma sjor, of Gr'eeiswood, is
v'isitinsg in towii, tise guest ofi Mrs.
We took aL Ilyinsg trip to Greecnviile
on the shsoi 1ly ti'aini, Capt. WNilson ins
chsarge ott Tuiesdauy stnd fo)und it, a very
pleasat, t.iuni. Th'le Srip uip andc back is
msade ins thse cocol honurs cof the msornings
anid evening anid ainy onse goinsg thsat
waiy will miss it, if tbey do nsot take
this trin and we Ihope thast, t,he paitro
tnage fr'oms this ensd of the line wuill
just,ify t.he cointinuanitice of the tritns for
all times. Whens yout want to go uip the
r'oad( don't. forget, '"The Shioo Fly."
M r. A. 0. Wise left, oui t he Shioo Fly
thsis msot'ni ng for' Fpa)rtan5bur sg ansd will
nod dloubt snake thse iouind trip in onse
Tlhere are' aL number' of niew wheels ins
towns, as mny ats hasl f a dozens, sand 0one
?tour. sober'est y*ountg msen liss dlecicded
es,h~elimi aL whscl an. whsen "'l)oek"
miounstshsis wheel there will lie some
funs fos' tho boys. Hie says that lie is
going otf to im self stnd learnt to 'idle
befoi'c heo gives a public exibitions.
This is a wise conclhussion foi' we hsave
seens thsis good fr'iendc try to 'o somse
r'idinsg on our' whseel.
So far' w c have hear'd of only two
of theok' esher's goinug to t.he Staste
TIeatcher's' . -(Lceintion to hse held( it
HarisilI Lit..a Spr' inrt, bseginning oni
.July 1st. Prof. N. E. Auill sand M%!iss
Ger'ti'tde Simpson will go. We hasve
no0 dloubt bu1t thast there wvill he othses
that will go.
A pasty of younsg folks (20 or 30) will
go ons a picknsiekinsg trip to Lit,tle
Mouintaisn on Thur'sdaty. They will
hasvc msost, entjoyabhle t,imue. Thsat's what,
we get, Mr. E'ditor', for gettinsg old sc)
fast, you and me hsave hasd ours clay ansd
we catn only do like .Joshl Billinugs utsed
to do. sit unsder' the shasde of the tr'ees
sand thsink of te good o'd days when
we wenst, oun t,bese sam5o sind of excuri
slons and hasd is goou time but inow it,
something for the little Kays and A 's,
and keep our butter halves from scalp.
ig us (if such a thing was possible but
owing to the sparse growth oli our heads
wo don't havt, much to fear.)
Cone down Chips, and let ns lix up
that slate for the Correrpondents pic
nie and we will then deeide what is the
best thing to be done il the way of you
llering yourself before the dear peo
ple for tlleir sullrages an( to proclaim
youlrsel1 a martyr for thelir good. Yes
Chips, lay yourself on the iltar of your
country and learn how the people will
appreciate your self sacrilice.
lIt4i3Ont wisy (.Iitnaiberlin'>; Colle, CL(+lta
and l)iurrtit estt intn ly Is tiit Hest.
1. Beclause it attrds almort instan)t
relief in ease of pain in the stoinnen,
colic anld cholera lmorbus.
2. Because it is the only remedy that
never tails In the most severe cases of
dlyseiitcry and diarrhoea.
3 BBecause it is tie oily remedy that
will cure chrottiel darrlmea.
4. licauise it is the only remedy I hat
will irevent' tiiluls colic.
5. B ectause it is the only ri mildy I hit
will cure epidemiceal dy(entery.
6. Because it is the otilv remedy that
canl always be depetldcd upon inl eases
of (cholera infant ui.
7. Because it is tlh most pr( mpt -and
most reliable uuedic!iue in use for bowel
8. Bteau.+e It prodiees no had resuIIs
9 Beeiue it is pleasait amd sale to
10. l3ecau-e it has saved the lives of
more people than any other smedicinmie
in the world.
The 25 and 50c siz.-s for sale by V.
lrmpropyiueis aIt (it ,il.
Many imlrovemelits have heen milie
at the jail within the past few miont.hti
in the way of wat.e' works, liglits,
ceanliiess, etc. 'Ih( Su pervisor and
Count.y Comimissioners deserve ret"dit
for p1ac ig water and lights in "Ih('
jall-conveniences which are nece-si
ties it a i1 places, and MIr. 13ford is u
model Sheritfl. Ile has everythling as
neat and clean alrouud the pronises a
C tu he and the interiOlr of the jail i
ke(pt thoroughly s'Oil-e(d, eleanIse(d and
whitewashed, and persons are strictl\
forbidden to spit on the liol.. It is
true that prisomlers are not txpe< -d to
be kcpt in ia palace, but, they are dom
some conildel'itiohi as human eiigs
and as such they are looked after by
our worthy 1,hurrlf, Suptrvisor and
('out.ty (ommliisuiolmers -all good mt nitr
and good ollieers.
Mill+itn (iivon A way.
It is ceraitily grlityi'ig to (t pcimb
'io to kIow of One eo+tc(-ru in the 1d
who ar. not a fraid t be gf(en+:-rotis to i h(
needy aniid su1f1triolr 'I he prolpri'tori'
of )r. King's New l)iseovery fir ('i
sumipilon, Coughu al ('ohls, have
given away over ten milli1n Irial hot
I14s Of this Kreat mtedieinet'; atd hiavt'
tle saltisfaction of kliowIng it has 11h
soluttely t'urtd Ihusa+aIs of hopels,sr
cas's. Asthma, Bi'iciitIs, hi onrse
nems 1and till diseawes of lie 'Ihriat
Chest and Iill igs itre, sit rely vu red I.
it.. Call on ie.bertsotn & (fi'dernlld WV
E. Pelhaml, 1)rur ist, a,(d get a ri.I
Ibolthe free. Peguli' size 00'. and $1
Every bot tie guaraoteed, or price rc
C:oniip ny it.
Capt. Langfomd hald chnau-g of th
1st battalIon on t,he morning drill to
dlay. icnt,. WVearnm hias charge of th<
regimental commissary, and( Lieut.
Ste wart was ollicir of the guard s(1
Comllpaniy Is~ had to h3orriow Iim (lli(etr t<
(Jomlimny A, was1 pult, inl commilandl(, am13
everythiung went well, for lie is noi ex
(t'apt. WV. S. L anigfolrd spent, I yester
dayl in Chat tano0ga1. Th'iiat is 1 he Ii rs
day he has been away fromi his colm
pany13 in three*C weeks -a goo re3 I cord.
Quarxterma3 iist.tr Sergt,. WVise, of Coml
pany is, is a good( hostler, and( is d1oinig
limne work for his companUIy exchuangini
su rplu(s rat.ins forI luries.
Mr.. L. F. i''olk, (of 1 Ompan 11331, wh<
is q uartermiaster' ror1 the ollicers' mess
has sttruck hiis ealling -heb keeps pllent,
of ice on hand in the "cant elln" for' t.ht
Corpl. Sheppard and1 Prziv~ate( Knatrd
of Company 1)Hi~ . atre siek inip ri'ters5.
Thei n.is muchi talk amiong t he hoy3
aabout secondlJ 1(1 ju ior iet,ena.n ts. man;11
asplirants, of coourse, all good men il
the army, wanit to 11old Ollice.- --Chiicka
man111ga letter to N ews and1( Coluriier, .luni
W\e, th T 1rustlets, hereby3' '1111 allameet
inlg of thie pat.trons (If ICx' elsiorm Sebioc
D istt'iet.. No 315. on .lnuly 8, ait -1 o'1loel
p. mi., to (elett, at techelir for'3 ano3th1e
te'rm. All applications011 to be~ mai11led ti
cit her onie (If theC udersigned truistee
.1. A . C. Ksltra n,
J. C. SIN(;I.lY,
"'L-ust. surlmmer (3ne oif otur gram!
ehld(reni wasI sck wvih a~x sev%ere bowE
Itr'31hh-l," says Mrs. E. 0. (GIre-gory,
re'meduy held failetd, thlen we ti e
Chamber10 linm's Co'Ie, ( hiolera 1an
Dia11rrhioem Hemredy, whliebx gave ver
siteedy relief.'' For Hsale by Wi. I'
See those beauIti ful (Oak suit.s of lPi
ni toure at. $ 1-l.00), $105 00, &e. . grealt.ly rt
duc (ed prIces at, S. .J . W~ool en. 2t.
~ A pleasant and effi.
cient remedy for al
diseases o f t h<
stomach and bow.
and for sale at Rob.
ertson & Gilder'
Drug- Store. ftf
OUlt CHIOKAMAtOA LATTEt.
Tho Iloys i Goodtlrlit.--A hi:nt or Two
Ali to What They Wotiletl 1iko to
Iliavt Froma lotuv.
l-hrickamlauga 'ar-k, Gat., ,Juno 25.
\Wrell, Mr. Iaiitor, we are still here
andl I think the lfoys are satistleti to
staty here, intil frost., at leal't. Then
we wou]h ike to Ihnt a warimer eli
We have had soie prett.y cool Ilights
this week. Last Thm-Atdy inorning
wus real cold. The boys were up early
building Iires. The w at, ier is very
I think we nuaie it msistake when we
left ( amlp illerbe by not, miairchInfg
rigHl on to Iliavana ant capturing that
city at once. We ' were ii good trii
anti eonld have titk'n that, platce easy.
All we wouldl have had to do was to
open fire oil iiti from Iloh e'. Most
all of us were armuetl wit.h repea"itinl;
illes. litt neverthiless, 11avanla's days
\Ve atre ll broke amind prospect
of getting; any pay soon. Uincle Sam,
I think, hals for-otton tha'. South ('ar
olina lits a regiiet. I'll bet at m1onthi's
wages lie doesn'i. forget, to senl ts to
1tow i. G;ov. IIlerh" gtt.in g al!g to
the race? I hope to Gotd he won't, ret,
e(111gh votes to form it eorlortl's
guar d I thought..lohn (hry miate as
poor at gov"ernor as coubll be foundt in
t he State. ]liut- lie can't, touch Elilcrhe
with at ten foott pole. South ('-troli,a
has soie good t.iiher in I he iield this
yettr, and I hlope they will throw aside
all part.y fteling and elect. ia man who
hias some backbone.
e ate still latviing somale sickness in
our regiment Inmt. noting serious. i
thinkc the average is itaut OII tlt.ea1 h it
iy here, mostly Nort.her'l troops. If
Ihv taiinot cdie frlon sickiitss, they
will go to the river itndl drown them
We have oulr fit I ninifol' now with
the extcel ion of on- blIe shirts. We
are niolt.ashalned1 to go mut inl the brIi
g<tle d ill otw, as We eal maitke as good
it show a11 any of the other reglimenis.
All we lik now is our guns aiti brown
I see ieiator 'T ilbIninpn is try"ing to
i.ret the i'irst Iegimln1t, assigIed to
Gen'. L,oe's corp1s. So fatr as I am1 con
ternet, I hav-e no( ubjt"(tion to fightg
ui('r (G'n. Lt.ee. Ilit, wouhl preft't" he
ill-, 1n1 h. 1,1 :t'e . liel.ler.
Weli, \li. lditor, recruits are bt'gin
oing it metolli in ait ii gluess it Won't, be
long hiere eath cornpany will have its
full (lu.ta. If ainy of tle boys want to
joi ti.he pin1k eopnilty of t he regiminltlt,
tell them to rt.port, to Sergeant Wearn.
13y the waty, I hear tlhat mlly oil] friend
Kingsmore is going to join i us. That's
right., King. I know you will enjoy this
kind of life.
It, has been given Ilny that, Captain
I atg ford is t.e Itst (ill man in the
regi ment.. Wh ly, N11". 1-'t]itor, (Comnly
13 hits got it down ,o line t.hat, it can ge
out and drill wit,bout, t,he comminl1 ble
illg g ivenl
WC ire having plenJty to eat. All
we lack iiow is irice antd.hloiminy. ( ut
c'ookci ng is so I itnIh btt.ter si nce we gtt
our11 )'toresi. WVit,h Wise as Qunarter
maltst,el and1 Chiapmuan ats cook the boy'1
v ill niever' perishi. We hiave steak
for cliinnel; I.oast. butter ~*, imolaUssts, et,c.
for supplier. W Iat, bietltricouhl a manh
ble1. Sitih satys lie kinows lie wouiild
make1C h)iostlf sltek, nless somic one loll
ill ia qnul t i i t f mnii ijnie in onii
'l'hie ('t toil Sectd ( il Ni ill iias declared'c
Sav inrgs Illan1k a si ni-annua)11 li~ iviin
(of h per cent,: Liie Commerlciail ILo k ti
2N per cent,.
iM'IC4teN I' W 'CA i(N it J.
Wat a l4 e F lirttrt, Itg,s-itii fair C~Osits 11)'I
Sergeanlt G . I''. \Vcain left, herei' lash
wecek with iirecru it.s, wI)ichi wer ic arried
to Abbde viillt, exam ined atnul earrie loh]
to C~hi Ickauna iga and muosterte<l ints
TPhe follow inig is a list, of Slihe recrit L
-whot left, here withi Se'rgeant, Wtairn
(Geo. Alnire, .1100. Ailridge, .1. h(
1back . fromi Newherryiii~: .Iti i. lioytd anid
TJhos. lI'. Ta(e, rmCiniton; WV. Ii
Yarb iiiigh, h oiH.ii eel e
lIuht ler, andit --- Nicholsoni, of Sin
cdi, andic Ch~las. 0. Ciannion, olf l4exing
MNi. . lTnner, of (linItoni,aii Milce
liuitler', of Salutdia, fitiled in tihe exaitii
M Nii. Cannon, fromu I .exi ngton Couint,y
a walkedc 2711 itls to meiet, Mir. Wt'arnI t<
enliiist the day3 thiey left here.
Her'geat, W\eiarni atlso carr'iied fion
h\nei copay Itlir Compa;ny Ci
Anderson ili iopay ; also50 tihe dest1L
fiioim the Ahheitville companitiy whio hait
been itrretedto thltre1, bacttk to Li,be camii
Sinc IthLIis fouir hav'e bien senlt t
(Companyl3 ID, I Lio Compianly A, and( 2 Li
Mi ir. WVearn tells Is thtlat ill t hec Ne w
herrly boy13s are' well iant Satt,ilied' am11
-Ihat, (ompany lI is the faulitest, compan;1i
in Lhe cR egimnentI., lack in on (ily at fev
men of haivingthoir fuil tiuotat.
Ie wcivill be0 here only ia few day1s long
er and 111If n 'y desire 10oen '1st Li)he
shhic sic him t.
Tii- i ef I ht re of Mthiib :,. ' a
atltik heic,i(~ith i i'l toiue,s i allr liver trciil
smll a in iah tgetinrsls .1
MARtiRIED AT MONTIOCLLO.
MAr. W. E. ilardy end Miss Cor Iteriltig
Wetdi d Wedi Ndty.
Yestelrday aftertloonl in tie 11io of
the bride's parents at Monticello, Miss
C'Ora Irene lIerringr andl Mrt. Williamn
I:pps Hardy were united in Ianutrimony
by the Rev. al. Al. Kinard of (oimn
'Proiptly itt 5:15 o'clock the bridal
pirty, Composed of MIr. 11. [H. Cathlieart,
its best mnil, with Atiss (ettrude lIler
ring, and Ir. It. .1. MeCat'ley, Jr., with
I iss A ininle Schroeder, assembled in
the beautifully <ecoriated parlor, where
the Imllwessive eerunmony wa.i per
After congrat,ulat.ions were over the
party and invited guests mlarehed to
the diling roolm, where at table laden
with at I kinds of delkencies was slred.
Quitr a tit lule- of young Colutn
hiatus, friends of the bride ttid groolm,
nwt. to .\Montieello to wItness the cre
Inony. and ret.trued with Iie brillai
)iat,ty oil ihe 11.30 t1raii liatst. Iligt,. -'Te
Ourli inlforni-itionl is that, lionl. U. L.
Schullmptllll'1t is Imaltnll;g stirilg -pcee sli
in the Stitt' (at icmlpaiegn ats at adihilllitti)
for G ove irnour amli itiling fr-iemis every
day. This is Its we expected. The lo
etl press at all the leti.inirs speaks
well of him. The following is from tbe
Dorchester Dem illoIot'at:
"Col. Sehuni prIll. ma111de it f'tr I ml1e ;
Sion oil the crowd present, eltimining ho
was not I'llnnin;; oil itny ons demnerits,
and convineed theic L,at, he had inerits
of his owtn to commetn I him to te tl suf
frage of the people for thie high ofice
.f Gver lr He is il aloqutlent anI
i'asy 8peatker, land well IlIke.d.'
''he Following f'om t,he Waiterboio
I'ress iind Sit,ladtrd:
"1ir. (. L.. Sehunpert, of Newherry,
is It magniticent, spcelmen Of lanllhoo I,
of eliccitmlandig pllhlyine. ackow
ledlged iability, und is, inde'ed, i. I olisL
edl orat.ot'. lie wouhnll mnake a very
hanldsOmel( ;governoll. "
If eleet,ed he wouhi mkce Ia (Governor
such as South ('il olinit hias not, ad in
a long tlime..
DO YCU LIKE OOD COFFEE?
If so, butty tlhi "liltt lIibbon"
brand. This is ain excellont, brantid
of Aloeit und Java, tad will go twico
as fat' its cboliip coll' ie.
If you will only try tihis branld you
will quit Usinig cholap and1 poo' col'ff(o.
Inl it 3011 will fiind hoth quitlity tntl
economy. Hold by
S. B. JONES, Solo Agent.
of Ainily i,od1;., No. s7, A. 1". Al
will b' bteki niexi Alnmiilt(y eveiig it
,s (II) n'cleck, in Mlison1.' I liatl. \'isiing
I rei I it'n cordially welcomed.l
''he F'. C. degree will be eotfctred.
A. C..1ON ES, W. Ml.
.J. H1. Al. K IN Aaio, SeretIary.
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
by thusite perfectIio of IAl itAUsor
anid fini shc Is t.he oneO tihait you w tu- from
thce launodrcy work itt, Is donec her'e.
JuniT, Cl larI, Shcrt, or' Siart Wit , or
I A 1ine MitI, in fatet aniything 1( ini the
laucndiry linie, is seint hiomel loolr ing. its
fresih it 1 plerfect isthe il new~.i article,
itil we arie oinly too iplased that we
to ur pa jtLnts. cate iti4etle
AGENTS WANTED !
A. A. GATES, Propriietor,
I hav move flO to the f1 Store
opposite it. (1. Willialns,
w %her'e I luLvo a we'(ll sel'cte'd
an wt)I Vill be' plea'ise< to I )se
Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing a
Iteli frotm St. 't1t'.
Wo havo boon having nlieo rains.
The earth has put on a now ap)pear
ance of growt,h, ad of which is pleas
ing to the eye except the thick cast of
\Vo ha' held up with our cominuni
cations owing to tho busy season of the
year and know lng you would need
aimcee for the dilferent, cuIninenmeuents
and graded sehool exercis'es and, too,
to give Nir. Kay plent,y of elbow room,
for tunless he gets a coltumni and a half
Ia week to expand in he might burst. I
say give Brother Kay plenty of room.
Our melon pateh Is just, fine, though
we are afraid the vines running so fast,
111ay drag the Ii ttle ones olf.
'uit has beg un to i pe11. The trees
are loaded 5i11e of which have to be
sentfolded to keep from breaking.
Friend Clhips, let's have the reunion
by a I nta115. \e enjoyed it evr' IO
much lat, yetart ail then the fore
sceted to Pnjoy the i"ureatioll. Say,
cortrespo(Iduts, let 's lltake ('hips our
Thel- prohibitionists scent to want
prohibition that Won't proohibit. Tlhe"y
say they want liqnor el ut,rotled on at
inodiiI0(1 dispenlsary pltua. We say the
Iti.' ilature en t litge the form of it
Wit.hout cbangin"' the namu. Shoot,
y"ourl gtuns, prohiblitionit,t.s, bnt, you had
het.ttr t , a Ilitt.le netai iii with ti,b
Ilon. W. D). Hardly makes at good
chairman1 of the 1;xecut,ive Coimtittee.
lie is in the chairt proinlltly at the hour
tilli ec'ops are good througl tlI:is
section exciptill sprin;g oats. They
atre bette'r tha olwe thought t.hey woub41
W! it one 1ilt t".
'I'he pat ronls of the I'omarttia schooil
havo retlc.tl I iss Till (lenn teltcr
for anoihthe Icrnl.
.111,1 I 11( 1'l'nu
.I ttne 27, I;89h
sTATIE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 010 NEWBi1Y.
X. W. Ildge-4, l's(q , P'roh-tlc,Judget.
WVh1 rtea, I'. C. Smith hatkih
n1111e11 i sit it -11t' t 1 gratlt 11i I,'ttera
of A'11nIl41rttI,t of the" etto-t a1n(i
llf ots (,f J-urw111C le u 't' nd, dieuta'-d.
- ih,-st" are Ihert"f,.re to ("il.' n1111 ld
nlotti"- l ., 11 141i sIiiiubir the( kit-dr-t"d
11141 t"11itora of the unaid .Jainel's
('t.hI1n1, do-ceauede tht they he( and ap
i.eatr belfotre nwt, inl (the C,mrti 1f Probate,
too b1' I old 't N1"% .e'v (.'outrt flouse",
<mi 1, to 15th tibiy of .luly nlext, aflt-lr
pub :icatlotl htert1f, a( 11 o'elock in the
f"tr1'Iotn, t. hhow rauu., if an1y (twy
h:ove, why the said \d1n inistration
(livetn utind.tr 1ly1 hand 1111 the 301'1
11y of .111n , \ fill', I)o l ini I8I8
W. \V. Ii1)(G:IS,
.1. P. N. C.
STATEi 01 SOITHl CA ROI,1NA,
('OU1NTY OP N1EW.Ii YA.
By W. W. Ii ldgt"y, Eyt1., Probatte Judge.
W iI EIEA.S, P. C. SMIIT1-1 11A''il
mltdI 4lllt to mhe to gratlit
hlnt 1.elter:" of Aldmni1strattion of the
14sttt atli t fl'ects of Jacob Clelanld,
'I'hes' 111"', I l e'(ftle', lot ('t( an(I 1(1
ttonilsh aill anid singultar thm kindred
an d credIitior1 of the( laiti( .1neo1h
Clelandi, dte('iased(, that tIwey be and ap-)
Itemr before Ilws, in the (' turt. of Pro
hate, to be bebi at. N-whorry (otlrt
Iiousi., o-t Lhc 1-5 d(ai y of .Ituly, t'xt.,
af teri publient1 141 ll(Ihereof, att 1i Il'locki
iln lihe forenoon41, to1 sho4w tcauseI, if anyl~
t hey hia ve, wbyl 3he t sa1 id Administra.1-.
1114n shoub1tl4 n1ot. heI granted4'(.
(Give under14(1 11my141( 11 hant i ' h30th1
day' of .line, A 11n44 D)mni 189.l
WV. \\'. IIOD)('ES.
.I I'. N. 4'
Agrieuitural---- --- --- t'hemilical.
I ilerr 14------- -- - - ---- Militi,iry.
11is4 4'quipped-4 Colleg. inl the. Southl.
150( s44udent 11. 80emul fort ilh ist.rate d cata,
Ii iKNitY S. 1IAIlT'ZOC,
I.Ilmsoni (Col lege, S. C.
liy oIther1 iOHuse will ovor' uni
derselt1l or r'eachi th1e lovel of Our
Lo P0 frice's.
A re' oil'oured goodH att ost or at
1hal1f pIricE', com14 t.o I b10 Boo Hive
oIf bar1gons 414 d you( 3 can bu1 lly the
8sam14 goJotis for~ at miorO son1g.
oulr Compei ltitors' nood( mallgnify.
ing glats,' to 800 them11! We
Here Are a Few
lactk Eyes for' collupetitor4:
Y'our at on (11ly
5C01 er yrd.
4-4 Sheet inig
.3.e. j)0r yard.
I est Standard't I ' Pris
Yoursl' at, only
GoodIIarhedCoffo 14. per1 yatd.
10 e p ounId
G;ood Gr'een C'olTee
Soap-Good Wahin Soap8011
All othier G;oods ait corr'iespond~lingly low
1B1014h i of Barins~ 1.
I . KLETTNER,
Th'le I?irii and Sq uar'o Dealer.