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I. H. A IIL L, EITroR.
THE P'ItE':4 ASSOCIATION.
Tho meeting of t he State I'ress As
sociation at Greenville t his year wa; a
success in more ways than olne ''he
attendance was good, tihie papers read
excellent aniid the entIertainment' by
the people of C reenville all that we
could desire. There were a great many
new members present and all the ses
stlona were harmoniouls and the Iett of
good fellowship prevailed among all
the ieibers. 'Th'ere were more ladies
present than nsnal and this addel very
materially to tle enjoy menit of the
brethren, mnany of whom are old 1an
elors. but even those who are not old
bachelors enjoy the coinmpanionslipl of
bright, and attractive women.
I took no notes and could not have
done so if I had had the inclination for
my hands were too full with other dut
What I shall say of the meetin_ and
the tripi will i said of niiece-ity iu a
The sessions of the A,-eiati n weork
not largely attended by the p oph-. of
;reenville and in fact the plullit' meet
ing at which the annual ahldrt-- wa.
delivered had very few pier.ons out lbe
Vyond the nem11ber of the .\'-.oeiation.
It is always so in large tities.
Mayor Williams. Col. lloyvt, IMr.
Richardson. )r. Thomas. Ir. l-'urmaui.
Mr. Goldsmith and others of t;reen
'ille were untiring in theiir eloits to
make the visiting editors have a Ileas
ant stay in Greenvile. anid peaking
for ourself they sneeeed'd ad ad irably.
We were well eared ftor at thI, Mansion
louse. and with ilr. Il:arlris. of ltirris
It.hia Springs, present with hi-s ear
bonated waters atnd g inger ah's the.,tav
in Greenville was most delihtfill. The
pienie on 'aris Jlonnt,ain was a tnovel
feature in the progtramu ami wtas great
ly enjoyed by all of the iarty. larty
of them had never been on I'aris NMoIn
tain a(1 did not knlow that we hald so
near us snci a deligltfil iountain re
sort. ''he ladies were oit in foree on
this occasiont and tl. dinner Ithey
:preail onl the n.ountainl was slivh it min
as would satisfy the to.t fastitlious ep
ieurean of the editorial Iarty.
The business se..ion- of tit' A ssc'ia
tion lasted for only one day. A- I have
said iall of the alers read we.e tirst
class anrd above t lie averau'e and ,.btwed
eareful and painstaking prla'ira:nation tin
the part of thet appohle:inted to read
The l eh-etion i o:."t - .'teil
the e-eetieen eof the. pri-- -t illi,-,.r
for allot ier 'a ' a-, fo ilbw-:
P're.id'en , 1-:. II. .\ iIl. Illtralhl til
ews. N we,ht'T .
lst \'iee-l'rts-ib-"nt. 1I. ,t; 1. t en.
Daily Itei. Sulamt.-r.
'.1 \'ice-I'rt'.hh-nt. Ih-y, \\'. I'. .J;
ob,, thur Monthly. t'lintton.
Seeretary, '. C. I.an''-ton. Intelli
ger el', A Ildt"'t'- ii.
Treasurer. F''. AItleh'r-- l1,-utwe
Ze'it ung. ( 'aeh----tn.
(iapjlainll, le'v. .S iii ||. Il.t' e,
iad AI. IH. MleSwceie'y Wi. \\'. lIall and
l)lei.erntes toe thle Natienal L.:iirial
An teitil whih me...t, ini |le'e.
.liais ithiia -pr in' i, wu, no:mif
t'ceut ive it'ilal it Li'..
Teannuaal amid 'i-- e n 'flci-cay
nighlt wca- il'livered, leyI }'te.ljiti . *i
13. I r'Orrner. U Ni-ti lft'tty c eb'i'. an
were ther', with tiwt sce ',lrl a<lrn
of .\Ir. I'oe t(t Ihat h} ia .~n't'
to fir ni-h a copy~ fori tilieii:i intI
in Fridjay a fternoncir a paarty. thir'ty
tive left ini a perivate' 'allma1 n e'ar liver
the Sonthlern fior WVa-hiing tiei.
We~ r'e-aced WVa=shillgtito nxt moicri
ing in timei foir br'eakfast antI wier'Ce oon
comftortably qu iarte'red' at thle Natioal
Hotel, whei e b the' way. was head
oquarter~ for' the Suthl ( arotlina t each-'
era who were in the city attending thei
N atitonail dduc'at ional A oi'iat ion. Noi
prog ramn was arrtanigiei .or do(i ng WaLelr
int ~on. There arte sic miany thinrgs to
see that it was t hiought best to le't
evr iC''onte purPsue his own i incrin ation.
A r'rngemaents had b een miadi foer
Pr'tesidenit Ait' Kinley tic receive thei
party3 at tIre WVhit e on use at 1 o'clock I
In t he afternoon butt ini some wcay t he
rep'lort hieearme citurrnt that te tipl
poinrttmernt hard been called 'ct owinig to
pre'ssinlg dueties connected wvithi t hae watt.
TIhe repo(rt asi w'.ithouttt foundart ion but
it kept isotme of the pealty away. The
president r'eceive-d urs ini thle i'ahi net
roomi and as eac'h mtember't of theii paty
was priesented bty namre he explresseid ia
pleasure at the oppor(iituityI of treeting
the party. Some of urs wondered ift te
PresIdenit really was del ighted to mret
us or' if it is a stoi'k explressioen antd ta
semblane' of del ighlt he mui st, wear' on
schl ocicasionls. IIlowever. it, may13 have
been, we thani ik IPr'esident NIeK ii 1e3
fior the oppIor'tunrit.y he gave its for' tak
lng omit patty to tIre Whtito Ilotuse andl
of peiritt.inri t#emtt to shake haindls wit.h
the Chief Magistrate of thtis gr-eateo(itn.
try atnd of receiig uts up stair-s in
pr'~vate roomt ad ('eeially do w'ie ap1
preciate It whletn wo r'emiember thi
numiber andti matgniItude of the diutien
t at, were demand ig hiIs tattent.Ion 0ri
thIs day. Presidenrt, Mielinley Iooki
very much like htIs pictur'es ras pitntvc
in the niewspapiletri nd hars a very leas
ant face. Hie Is riot, as lawne a ntmn a
wo expected but has a genial counte
natce. The reception did not last 1:':e
minutes, but. it was a privilege wh.ch
was not granted to the thousands of
other vi-itors who were in Washing
ton. The fact is if the iresident, saw
every one who wanted to See himn he
would have no time for. the dlisechargo.
of the duties of hi. olliee.
There are 11any plices of interest inl
andl around Wash inlgtonl andt it wronbl
take several weeks to make tie- round.
sun1day w\a' spent, in various ways.
Some went to hurrh. whil' other"
resteld or rode to -om1'e of the suburbls
of the ei(y on the street ears. In tle
afterno1on a party took at boat down the
river to a place eniltled " iiver 'iew.''
T10ere are num1bers of theme rest
around the eil% and nlone of themr1 oh
serve the Salhatii Verv -trietly or' at
all. Theyt' are ilcasure re.orts and all
kil.ts of games an: ilaces of amsllst'
Ielts are in full swing. It is .aid that
-oiet hin, of the kind is ne.cessary for
those who are closely continted in stor"es
anid shops for six 1h+s inl the Week.
('ertain' V t h're was n ti g tt Itiver
Vi ' to rei inil one of t1. ' CIristiatn
I. ong res' halt aijot rned the day he'
fortwe reachel W\'a:thinigton and1 not a
eitiigt ;lilan or" a se"nati ' was to li'
fou1n11. in fact I think all of them had
left seveial weeks lefore the final ail
journlent.. ('ertaitly all the South
'arolina mletnhers had gonIl himw.
Alit the only Souitlt 'arolin ians w11mn
we Iet in \\ashingtol were a Ir.
lirantlly from Orangeurg. it %Ii1. Niar
tin frotm IHampton and NIir. .1. \'. Ilow
den of Anderson.
The National Ilotel ;:av'e us exce!
lent entertainmlent and we can eheetr
fully t"eenmllinelld it S at goitl plaie to
Stip whiien on a visit t' \\'ashing;"ton.
\V' lleft \Vashin;"gton at, 12 ('blol"k on
INi(ndlay f(og lalti 'or'e. The lialtitiiore
and 1lbio li ailroad gave u1 a Speciail
ioaeh for the trip and we were ebape
roned by \11". A. W. \Vilson. the trav
eli ii. pa--e1igeri' age nt and a y vry l'v
'' \ i'otll)g gentlelllin frotl 'st Vii
itila. and by the way, a soti of ext 'on
gre--nian Wil-m. I'er-ons goin;
North w"ould do well to see t hat tiek
et- real) vial the lBaltimnole and ( )h1il.
(otil ervie. polite attention ant safe.
tv are uollie of tli' qualities 'uaranteetl
Vhe "ti you travel thi' way.
Our party had itiut f(oIl hours inl
lailtiinore before the departime of the
bai t for ( )hIl I't int. 'his gave an op
lolt lity to e1" it little onet hiilng of
the eit V.
\Ve traveled to ()ltl I'oint on the At
lanta of t hi' alt ioir 1 'hl esap ake 'u.d
liit htlondi Stteninboa:t I,ine. T1he ;geue.
ral 1pas ;ilg r agetit of this line. \Ir. l.
.I. 1thism, a t"1ollanli1-d u: 1,n thet tiil
t;t".wvn :aid t'e''\tiing pos-ihsle fill. ()nr
1"urufol-t :aull l t ;:1-111 a al- .11 ur dis o-"
all. T h i ;i ll 1"- t"1lletit, liltw of -tt atn
ers :int allorl- one of the 1111-t. de
lightful trIip'w it is plu- iblet t take.
\'i iar riv d at (1 l Ii l' int at li o' tloek
Ah nlix ni 11rninli and' soon hadl tin
for"tabh u l 'Ills :11 al It. inv;y"eia lu tel ,
11111 of ti l finest auund ier hotIs a n\ -
we" re in te ou'tir e. TIha ae weea
Ill that even an editr ottl dieire adisl
Atft sricw tir lavs. Wi i 'l Ther lle waer't
wi ot hinge to0 'giltsin llhtel hi
wcihi- we wr hthafere but if.YI the lwr
I wr4t *ti4 tioki th le th1( e 1 witha the
kirelate a'it e ii't eetliorti ctoi
fA t'und)<>hiil'tint arte manyiplaes if
h'ielto I 4 'in . A 'Til'- , is N ewpiorti
Newi ni ith ilot h urs it yardte i: Fo tn-t
\loe'roi, 1Itin- tphe Alwhe cltersoni
Ilhaie,it wst'' imil thed duin' same late
w:-:t. N and t i 'dh: i i k 'his (lliin A 1144iblr
at New ort N'ues 414( pole uawnt
wt m ti to fot.11 and. \nw went aboard
the .'niIcpo and c11( otess I ievesd
with14 te lller t' he NIsh.Ip>. w'h ih
brou1ght't lin dt wonedfomSnta
'fhi rueatoner timsue Iob hae outen
hi't hrewa the atifdto atime I dipoa.
.\iiiter l toase rnoed homewardi'o
widtheu efot'ng tl)\'irginia thienc and~fi
ty Ifa \'here but5 hfer kevin upon1the
Ahh atge lme'st delas fu vrp.elif
F..l..hi litnch, ofl the logtherli l way,t' l
tloie atte(niutio to tIy many eti'estd
for)5 tran''tsporie d ehithing s i
tai woit h twhom ''l'5I)'0 I havecwe iton
tai vin aI Jlongil 11 timerl te clerksa it e
lhenoee sendt ae h aeds
NI e. I.\. ('hud,Ic'slient of Atlan
wa,n al to tank NIi. \1. A.: ndeis e,t
a te GrS vle o iAnns. I.'eilottE4)1'tistk
fot'(lite n louret os. tli t E-:. (d. h
alf t he i'Chespee .i'ei: le A. tW
tilsdo an 4)1tIr. Athur' G10. 'Leis. 1o
itwas rrnge and tat n il te appreiat
y.Ifthertt as he4ltlllt ke mum.l( 1(
Ailto ethe oi' It wasa erIdeigtf
A mong the excellent. papers read at
the I'ress Association was one by Miss
Mary IHemphill, of the At.heville Me
dium. It was well prepared.
We are home again and in harness.
We shall devote oursel"ves to the paper
novr with renewed energy and we hope
to give you )-.tter service by virtue of
the little uutingr we have had.
We ptubli;Ih loday anothier eommulni
eatio)n frurl. lr. 'oke Smith. Its pulh
hal 411nhas been delayed by our ab
Sellee. We had( intendt"d to hatve Some
t hin:, to .av inl reply butl we areecrowdled
for Space andi will have in dlefer whatt
we have to s.ty to a fituro is-me.
Th'le State ealpaign is mitt exeiting
onueh interest or enlthuisiasml and14 we
Iear" yerv lit Lie of it. Ni one seeis to
know wto is in the lead or what the re
silt will he. We hope th voters will
v'e for" the best ltenI and will endeavor
to lintd out who are the best nen before
Ou)ir thanks are due tihe brethren of
the 1l'res Assoea'tion for their token
of renl-mn'ran e and esteem in the gift
of an elegantt set (if pearl handle silver
kni e . ''hey are very handsome and
VIry highly appreciated. Secretary
I,:l ng.ton w-as also the recipient of it
;ol(d pln. The Ibrethren have been very
kind to u,, ind we shall endeavor to
lmerit a couttnuance of their good will
'1'he Confederate Veterans rennion is
on in Atlanta this week. We hope
they mnav have it pleasant time. These
renion; are pleasant oecasions and
shnolid if po.-tible he more largely at
Itended As the years go by the ranks
are Ieing thiined and at. each sneeed
ig reunion there will be vacant place
and faces that will not he seen at the
nex t. l.et the old vete:'ans get together
and reiount the trying days of thirty
years ato. Newherry always sends a
gttotl tlegation and we only wish as
lualy 11, could go.
tillt 'Til,:).oItcAL il'MINAtY.
A ltt"tinlt,g ofr CitizenKi l tallrt T,t lt, nshder
Se'"nrint. 11 Pertnwn tt Nt w rry.
We have befire antil oti several occa
siotns sptoken of the '1'heological Seini
liy. It is ii so ulcinuci a (uestioll of
securing solluething we lave tiot as it is a
yute.tittn of losigt that we already have.
''he Iutlthera chttrel inl the South has
determined to establish atil locate per
i.itinltly the The'oltogical Seininarv antl
to elect at once two professors and lopen
the srttl on the it'st of ()tober. ''iey
have adlvertisi Iilr bils to secure its per
inanetit locatittin. Several towiis have
gttne to work to secure it. They kinow
the valte of such ait institution ill their
inilst ill mnlre Ways than otnte.
The yuestioll hefore the people of New
ht"I is sil wt' permlit tle emlit'nv to
1be taken away frtin itits wlteti hv a little
unitel etfort and the putting Ip of a little
ca:h we t it secnre it peritnanntly. Its
location itneatis the spenditg ill the cotn
1int1tity frolt ,;tx>o to f9>oo every year.
All1 til'e iitertests (If the ('011111nu ttt wvillI
it wtill pay 1ts to pult t up a little tuontey to
scelnte it. We Iiust raise thle mioney'.
.\t small alnlolunt fromt eachl (lilt will se
t'nr' it. W\'ill votiinot fteel it toutr dutyt
t.1 it yotur pit ( t her comlinunliit ies arc
at wo rk. lThe mtatter luist lIe dlec.idled
'lThe followtiinC calI is isue'd hv the
ebirm;itt n(f a foirmer utet'ttinhg and4 we
li pe' evey cv it i.'e whoi catn will attenid.
SlitbscrItion lists are itn the hiatids of tilt
follo wing gettlenen: %.. 1F. Wrnight, (7.
C. Ilayvis, C. li. Summtier, W. I I. IIlunt,
li. II. Antil. I youl have nott sub1scribed
give your Stsubsriptiont tto (ilt of these
get.ttlemieni an hille sutre to aitletid! tile
metin I g.
A mneet ing of the c'itizens of Newhierry
is hierebly cal led to 1be bl ill thle court
htonse (in F'ridlay afteitnoon), Jn1ly 22d, at
6 o 'clock toI contsidei th ii u est ion of rais
iing the necessary' fIndls to stecure the
pertinanienlt loc'ation tif the Luntheranu Thle
(llogic'al Semiinary ini the city' of New
lit- rv. A futll atteindantce oIf the citizemi
is earne.stly re<jtuested.
hi. II.\ A1'.1., Chanirmuait.
A. ( .'. JN10M, Mcilembe Stato i'rohibt~ton Ex
(-e'tivle Conit 1 44, NewbIorry Counity.
TIher'e is one.. thling about the preseni
for pri nci pIe. T1hey do not aplpeal t<
tny faetion to druaw thteir' hnes, but tt
. hie Demiocr'ats of all factions to assert
themnseilves and1( vote against, the whis
key evil, whtiebi is t.rying to fasten it
self tiponi the St ate to suchi an extent
that e'vert in g will have to bow to It
beforte the State will give it any con.
sider'tat.i(in. Yotu may talk abot, politA.
ort mi(oopoly ever' existed ini t.his Statt
tr'ol thei pol itits of the State.
We' have been.'t wait.itig to Iltd a slin
drwawv the slandt.ets they have mth:.
lest. Thliey hiarIged' us5 wit,h beintg atl
lied wit ht t he ol whIskey elemnent when
they' I knew it, wits not trule and4 no0W
since l.hieirt canida ltts, C'ol. TillmIran
and14 (ol. Stchumipert , have appetared
ad vo'at,ing the htigh Ilicense whiskey
Isidte, not even lEdlitor' Cap)ers has dotne
I tus thet justice tol say that, he wasl i
taken about, our' being associated with
Ithe whiskey eltement. Hie ought to be.
fair' if he hias detsertedl his old( fr'iende
fot' the a1,mmenu
1)r. Coke Smitth Again on Prohibition.
.DITOlt IIERALD AND Ni:wv: At
honest. difference of opinion should not
furnish a reason for harsh judgment:
or for h'trsh words. You kindly gav<
my former scribble a place in yoni
columns ani devoted an editorial to it:
notice. I read your article with mue)
interest ad appreciate its kindly tone
but, as you are alread y prepared to be
lieve, I was not convinced by it that tml
position as i prohibitonist is wron
antd yonrs as an advocate of the licensl
system is right. I do not desire to en
ter into controversy for the sake o
controversy; but I believe that thl
question of the license or the prohibi
tion of the liquor trafli' is one of th<
most. important. questions now befor<
the people of civili"red counilt1 h s,
that. It has eome to stay until it I
settled. No quetion is ever settlei
until it is settled right: and we ought
therefore. a, participators in the legk
cation of our own land to look at till
subject honestly and find outr duty I
Yont remark that in my former artiel
I raised metaphysical questions. I
this you are tluataken. I tried to lool
at this matter purely from an ecunomi
standpoint. I do not assume that lx
cause the liquor tralic is a sin therc
fore it should be male a crime. I tak
the broad ground that the civil lai
does not deal with sin r. Tb
liquor tralie is a sin, but as a sin th
civil law cannot take cognizance of il
It must be dealt with on economi
grounds. The theory of prohibitionist
is not as you say .''to remove all tempti
tion" and "leave a man to glide smoottl
ly through the world." This is no mor
the theory of prohibitionists than rt
ligious development is the purpose c
sanitary law. The position of prohibi
tionists is this: the manufacture an
salc of intoxicating liquors is not a
industry in any legitimate sense of that
word, but is a destroyer of wealth; it i
an injury to those who make it and t
those who use it: it is the most potet
agent known to man for the destructio
of life, property, happiness and liberti
and it breaks the fundamental principl
of our constitution that every man hl
an inalleslable right t.o life, liberty an
the pursuit of happiness. This contel
tion prohibitionists are prepared t
make good. I believe every article i
this contention can be maintained bl
You ask, "would you save men h
removing sin and temptation or woul
you mttke them strong to overcome an
This is shifting the question to pur<
ly religious; ground where a liceil
system would have no chanee of justf
eation. Moreover you take into vie
thle moral evil to (te drinker onil
Wonil you license some men to ti
wrong, to wreck the health an
thoughts of thousands in order t
strengthen others by resistanet
Where would that lead? Would it t
he well for a man who has soils to boat
a Cypriait in his house to strengthc
the morals of his boys by resistance
tetat nutionn? t0omci might be ruinc
but the othters would be the st,ronge
Vour remar'k, "'the purltpose of the Cre.
tot' was to give us tirials and temp)t
tions and also to strengthen us by ove
coming thSe temp)tations," wvill hard
iass for goodl theology. God temp
no mar.' mdc he appr)love of temp1t
tion Lilny motre than he apprIoves of si:
lHe does send trials upon men, but thel
is ai vast ditference between trial ar
temp itationl. A Ltmptattion Is wvherc til
pIresenIt good (of an act, evil in itself
pleaded for' its committal while i
subhsequent evils ar'e hid ftrom view.
ttrial is wher'e t,he ptresent evil of aln a
good in it self is prtomlintent and it,s sit
sequent good is h1id The devil tempt
God t.lies. If licensing t.he mianitfa
ture and1( sale of liquor is working wii
God in tihe development of matnhood 1
its have more of it. 1 do not Ihink t.l
puitting oIf the tratie ont such hmip
groutnd cant be tmalintai nedi by argtumen
from theology ot ftict.
But you say further, that there is
law p)rohl ibiting theft,, bitt a tum
punllished( If he steals That is a di
t,inetlon without, a di tference. Proh ii
tionlists will be willing to have the la
conform to this st,yle. No "thou slht
nlot" would be allowed in it, bitt poti
ties aullixed to tihe manufacture and sa
of it. The fact is, Mr. ICditot', thte bot
of 0o1r statute law is ptrohibitotry.
Yout object fur'ther to prohhbtilonll
the groitnd that, it is a matLtr (If edute
tioni. aind people muItst be educated
see that liqitor dink ing is wront
That is what, we hold; atnd we say fiu
thet' that thle lawi should1( be tihe schot
tmastetr in this edulcation. Is It itn tI
line of educeating puiblic oplinion for ti
law to license the tmanufactitte and sa
of intoxicants? Would yout expect an
b)ody~ to believe you if you should( t.
hitm ta t.hing is wrong and yet that
may do it for a considertation of say fi'
Youl prtetst against the St.ate heir
in the liquor busin -ss. Yout say' y<
would not have tihe St.ate in a mon<
ttaking butsiness. D)oes a license sy
temt obviate tihe il11cult,y? It, Is only
differlence of meCthodl not (of purltpose I
fact, that (1Istingulishes tihe dlispensat
and1( the Ilicense law. In tile one
dliv td es the profl t,s, i n t.hle otter it, tr i
to get, all.
You futrtber say pIrohb it,iOn wout
enteoutrage a violtttion (If latw. I hai
bteen heatring this all my life, but eo
fess I cantnot see its force.
Sutppose y'ourt boy) is I nellined to do
wrong-say tol sweat' ori to drtin k-am
thing that wouIld underm'Lfine his heali
and his chtaracter'. Tf yott pr'ohiblt. Il
he will dot it oni t.he sly. Does v'oi
giving imt permllisin to do it le'sct
his guilt, or make the act less wriong
D)oes it not t,bellr mrako y'ou a p)ar'ti
plant In his wrong? So it seems to im
As I htave reomar~iked before this qite
tt,in Oulght to be putt-so far as it is
State qtuestion- on economtlic ground
1 do not, believe that tIhe liqutor trail
can he sutccessfully3 deCfentded from th
J sZntdpiint. A. CoMlr.: SumaTr
But One Aim
For ourselves, aid that is to
reduce our splondlid line of Low Cut
There Is Much
For the buyers and the wear
ers of shoes, for in this low-priccd
8sale of beautiful, splendid low cut
shoes there are superb styles and
-reat values for the money that. war
rant an investigation, and you will
ind it worth your while to investi
For serviceable wear these shoes
have no superior. Their equal was
over a shoo counter-all the
C newest and bost in Men's Low Cut
a Shoes, Ladies' Oxfords and Slippers,
and Children's Sandals, etc., that
e wore purchased in this season's
v spring stock.
e Much of the season for summer
shoes is yet hefore us, and its an ill
wind that don't blow the right direc
a tion for somebody--those who get of
those splendid shoes will be the gain
- ors at such prices as they are now
We will let the shoes toll whether
it is to
1 Your Advantage
To Trade With Us
in this unparalleled sale of
bright, now goods-not out of-date
styles or old stock, please remember.
This is not a shoo sale to get rid of
e old stock, but to reduce our elegant
s line of summer sloes to lean propor
tions, and ats
The Way to Reduce
is to Reduce,
We have certainly put prices
on the shoes that will reduce the
stock and at the same time not on
danger the reputation of the line of
shoes we carry. That's all there is
e in it for ns-more for you if you will
call and examino what we propose to
sell you il this sale,
G.~&G. S. MOWER Go.
You Can Buy
3 Everything cheaper at
h Shoes, . ..
s- Coemmuencing thuis week
;Everything must be
,,- @jC'ome and( see ouri prices for yournm
a self, and( saIve your' best friend-tat Is
ii Next, dooer to
I Robertson & Gilder's
ij J)RUU M'Ton10.
~'j NECWHF.RRY HlOTfCL.
BEST MOSQUITO NET1
S. 3. WO
NEWBERRY - - - -
To call in and e
of goods. I have
selected stock (
grade Chamber 2
and Oak. A full
and cheap Furni
very close for cac
HARRIS - LiTI
TIl1N ANY OililR ILTIllI1 I
Read what some noted
The waters of the Lithiia Springs
are odorless, froo fronm color, wit Ii a
p)leasant sal inoy t aste, rat her palat. I
able Wh len tanken ini consideralr)
(jpaanltit.y, they do not nausent e, pujrge, <
or prodluce any feeling of udiscomi
fort. I find fromt th anai~ilysis of thle t
wvalers, they cont ain Chloride Sodjin,i
Carh). Pot ash, Carb. Sodai, Canrb.
Liithia, Cnrb. Iron and1( SulphaInte
Magnesia. These waters act directly
upon the mucous coating of the
stomach andl alimentary canal, they
are p)owerfully alterativo arnd toni<c.
They aroeoverything to inflamed or
irritated1 surfaces. They act. upon
the blood, changing it from acid to
atlkalinoe. In Indigestion, Catarrha of 2
Stomach andl (Gast relgia, sup ple.
mernted with a prloper dilot, t hey are
a certain cure. The act ion upon the r
kidneys is marked. heL NSoinm, r*
Potash, soda, Lithia, aro the biest
sol vents of uric acid, all calculi of an i
acid character, whet her litary or <
cystic, are steadlily d1issolv'ed. I amn (
'onflidentL that the p)rofessiont will limid e
it very useful in cases where this
class of water is required.
J1. Q. Wt'n.nn, M. I). u
W~A'rEItOO, S. C., April 10, 18%>J.
Robertson & Gilder
And S. B.
Quality and Price:
Fine Whiskeys, i
All Grades Cheaper than
Save Money and Get the
Send in Ye
Particular A ttention
NO. 2 PEAOIITI
proved best canopy.
tin use, by releasing
it of itself takes a po
he head of bed both
ce, $2.75 each.
LL AND SEE THEM!
- - - - - -S.C.
xamine my line
a nice and well
>f strictly high
)uits in Walnut
line of medium
ture. Will sell
Main Si reel, N erry, S. C.
lA - WATER
ATER. ON Ti'l tR i RB ET!
Jhysicians have to say
Ashoville, N. (., April 241, 1893.
An o xtemltd cliinl us8e of t he
Iarr1 i Iihia Water luomnpts~ me to
bie slt (atemn t hat I rega rd it. as~ on1
C ti he bes, i f n ot t11he best, Ltibia
V'atr own 10Vto1 the profession1. In
ho0 'olitiont or I>hosphaut ic~ Urine,
hs actionu 1 i marveo ns(. It use18 ini
h10 Rhna'utic and1( (ionty D)iseases
(Tord me1 lll nIilore . comfor ('it her
hie I)llIalo or' LonIdonde1rr'y WM'ueu
JOnN lI-:vy WuI.IuAs, M. 1).
fr. .J. T1. Itoarris, j>'ropriot or H arriti
Deaor Hir: Wh'lile it, i8 contrar .
Iy enstom11 to give tostimon' "'
'1mediajl aigenuie s, .1 fool free ~ 111
'8t to I ho e'llicacy of the s 61(1
ithia-Water (wheon used in largo '
nautitities) int tihe ~Ihenaticj and1
ionly~ Diatheses0; in engorged states
f thle Khi ys; iln in1l11lt i oui of
(0 BIladder, and1( int all cases~ whtoe
woro is anl excess of solids in the
ine. 1onrs respec1('t ful ly,
nd -W. E. Peiham.
0. P. Houses
a in the Line of
Nines and Beer
,t O. P. Houses! You
Best by Buying of Us!
Paid to Mail Orders.