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' o400O every' uesday and Friday
ly Sume tos.,
tos............. -........ .......... 10@ 121o.
H_"t Lard ................ ..... 000t.
Molasses, new crop...... GUe.
O" MOlasses ..................... 25@35c. i
Corn ...... ----..................... ()0 .
M oal .t.............................. 60o .
31 .. ................................ 90e. e
- tBrap-....................... $1.10.
t Put Flour.......... 5 51.
2nd Best Flour.................... $500. V
Strait F lo........................ $4.75.
Good Ordibary Flour.......... .4." .0.
Sugar ..................... 01~@ 1. 1
................................ 1 10o.
Coitef...f.. ea.....pe..... ((d2o.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $L00. a
Bale Hulls, per cwt......... 30c. 8
Country Produce. r
Butter, per lb ..................... 15@20c. t
Eggs, per dozen .................. 100. p
Ut kens, eaoh.................... 121@20o.
Peas, per bushel.................. 6Oc.
Corn,, per bushel .................. 55c. C
Oats, per bushel .................. 35c. j
Sw .eet potatog .................... 00.
Turkeys, p1er'i L . ................. 8.
Fodder, per cwt .................. '5@90c. N
Bucklen'. Arnie salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ucers, Salt Rheum, tl
Fever Sores Totter, Chapped Hands, d
Chilblils, i!orns, and all Skin Erulp
tions,.and p9sitively cures Plies, or no
pay uqulr. it is guaranteed to give b
ide 26 cents per box. Por sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelhan.
icnc at Croft's Bridge.
There will be a picnic at Croft's
Bridge 'over Bush River, near J. C. o
Dominiek'a, on Saturday, August 60.h. fe
Public is invited to attend with well
filled baskets. h
Sick hendache, biliousness, constipat.lon
and all liver and stonach troubles can be
uca r uri b. using thosn famous iHiubo
1ls known as DoWVtt.a Little Early Rinrs. s
-. are leunt to take and never gripu. 11
I will give a tilrst-olass barbecue at
Helena on Monday, August 8th, State
campaign day for Newberry County. a
f&t3t W. J. MILi.s.
Summer Shoes pre bein sold very at
cl.e ip at S. J. Wooten's. f&t2t
When in need of good Vinegars,
-Syrups &c., don't fail to call on us.
tf Joe. T. Hutchison & Co. e:
In Muwlln, sI
There is no bluffling, joking or fool
ishness about it-it's a down-right, bi
honor-bright, substantial fact that nI
Davenport & Renwick are offering un- til
bleard of bargains in Muslins-thoy are
bargains that are bargais. Glance at C
the figures in their ad. and call and be
get the benefit of then,. M
- Tne editor of the Evat.s City, Pa.. cilobo,
writes: -'One Minute Cough Oure is rightly ci
named. It cured my oh ildred after all ioher n(
-emedies4aied." It cures coughs. colds ,.ndn
all tbrat and lung troubles. , W. E. Pelhan,. C
All teeh'ers applying for Mt. Bethel
so ool wii end application on or be- o
fo t3 o'ook p. m., July 23, 1898, to II
any;of the. undersigned.
COL. J. C. S. BROWN.
- J. Y. THIOMPSON. ci
td.1. JNO. S. RUFF. f
A meeting of the citizens of Newberryn
is hereby called to be held in the court
boue on Friday afternoon, Jutly 22nd,V
at 6 o'clock to consider the question of
raising the necessary funds to secure c
the permanent location of pheo Lutherane
Theological Seminary in the- city of
Newberry. A full attendance of the v'
citizens is earnestly requested. S
J. N. MARTIN, CHAIRMAN.
E. H. AULL, SEC. p
"1 think DeWitt's Witch hazel SalvoeI li e e
fnest rearationm on the market for ties .
so wr?tsJhn O Dunn, of WVhecling, . Vnt. t(
Try it, and yeu will think the samne. It. also
cures eczema and all skine diseases. W E eR
How is this? 24,000 best Parlorv
Matches and 200 good Pins all for l0b
if Jos. T1. Hut.ch ison & Co. se
A Bargain Sale of Pants. h
A lot of Pants in Our Oloth..
ing Window at half price.
0. M. Jamnieson.
Mulitary Matters. I
Remember Saturday, July 23d, is the ti
day the Surgeon will be in Newberr-y w
to eiaine the men who wish to enlt.t n
Be on hand early, be examined and I
join the Second Regiment S. C. V.
Ample arrangements will be made -to
take care of all who enlist, that is a
good barbecue dInner will be served t4
free. S. J. McCAUGHIN. b
Mr. C. flasbrouck, a dlrugg!et at e"
Mendion, Mich., says all of thes good(
testmonials that have been pubilshedr u
bthe manufacturers otChamb,erlain's
olie, Cholera ond Diarrhoea Remedy b
could be dupHoatedl in that town. For
sale by W.E. Pelham. . n
'eppermint Cordial! 1
,A pleasant and effi-- a
cient remedy for all r
diseases o f t he -
stomach and bow-.
els. Manufactured 3
anid for sale at Rob
ertson & Gilder's
Drug Store. ftf
Batbecue at Jlaiap. August 2nd.
We will serve a first-class barbecue
at Jalapa on campaign day, Augulst2nd.
[1\RREST tlJBER. C
T. B. RisERt.
86 8. B3. MCCArLv.
VARIOUs AND ALL ABOUT.
See the ad. of the Newberry Clothing
See notice of to 6'tok certificate and
1,pplication for irOnewal.
For bargains in uhoes that are bar
rains go to the Mower Co. b
See notice of sale of personal proper
,y of Jacob Cleland; deceased.
Miss Katherine Ashley, of Trenton,
s visiting the Misses Dominick. b
Mrs. J. W. Earhardt and children iH
,re visiting relatives in Clinton. W
Mrs. 0. R. Starling, of Columbia, is g
isiting her father, Mr.'J. T. Setzler.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright will preach at
Ielena Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. se
W. J. Mills will furnish the barbecue p
t Helena State campaign day, August
th. g c
f Mr. W. C. Tyree has been on a visit b
) lamp Thomas at Chickamauga ai
There will be preaching at King's pl
reek church on the fourth Sunday by
,ev. J. B. Hood. S
Miss Annie Risur has gone to Tryon, T
f. C., to assist her sister in the school
ie is teaching there. el
Night services on Sunday night at
io Methodist church will not be held ci
uring the summer. at
The County Teachers' Institute will
e hold at Newberry next week. See e
tice in another column. 14
Mrs. Purcell and Miss Nellie Purcell, ti,
Augusta, Ga., are on a visit to the C,
mily of Col. C. J. Purcell. in
Misses Louise and Alice Robertson,
Charleston,, are on a visit to the fa
mily of Dr. Peter Robertson. Si
The weather has been exceedingly tb
Dt for several days, but it takes hot
eather and sunshine to make cotton. ev
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Welch, of Dent- in
in, Texas, are on a visit to his parents, ar
r. and Mrs. S. G. Welch, in Newberry. pe
Dress patterns are now being offered ul
very low prices at Davenport & Ren
ick's. If you wear a dress give them
Mrs. Jno. Pant, Master Roy Pant, ur
id Misses Ora and Lilla Pant, of t
nion, are .visiting at Dr. J. K. Gil- Li
The Mower Co., are offering their pr
ceellent line of shoes at remarkably gi
w prices. See t.hem-if you wear cc
Every teacher in the county should
at the County Teachers' Institute 0f
xt week and come prepared to spend sil
ie entire week.
President Cromer goes to Greenwood th
Dunty tomorrow to make an address s
,fore the members of Traywick Chapel se
ethodist Church. b
Rev. J. B. Hood.returns from his va- as
Mtion today and requests that we an- of
)unce that-he will preach at King's
reek next Sabbath at 11 a. in.
Do not forget the citizens meeting in ye
o court house this afternoon at 6 e
clock. Let every citizen interested tii
the town attend this meeting. of
Court next Monday. The only new in
Lses are the Pomaria case, one negro pa
r housebreaking and one for assault
d battery of high and aggravated in
Miss Nettle Moore, whio has been se
siting friends and relatives in New- th
wry and Helena, is visiting Miss lu
eulah Cleland, near Bush River ce
The Herald and News force feels th
ry grateful to Mr. R. H. Greueker, of
r., for a basket of most delicious fruit,
hloh was certainly enjoyed by the o"
'int,ers. It, was a treat indeed. sC
Rev. J. L. Williamson, of Newberry,
as in the city last Wednesday to at
md the funeral of his little niece,
ary Bell Leo, and to minister to his
ster, Mrs. WV. S. Lee.-People's Ad
As two daughters of Mr. L. C. John- h<
mn were returning from Bush .River th
hurch last Monday afternoon the of
urse they were diriving took fright at
bicycle, the ladies were thrown .from
to buggy and painfully though not
Candidate Schumpert is not cutting im
minc lee in the newvspapers and he is 111
ut mnaking 'nuch of a row in the camn- Pa
sign meetings, but a man who hets: w,
mat, he wIll beoamnong the three hIghest si
hen the vote for Governor is counted to
ill not go far wrong.-Bamber'g w<
Fred H. Dominick, Esq., has hung
it his shingle in Newberry and will L1
ractice law. Ho is a biright young at- y(
wuey atnd will prove a valuable mom- hi
nar of the Newber'ry Bar. Hie hus a to
eat ofilce fitted up on Law Rlange over a
.McR. IIolmes' Cot,ton Offlee. Drop d<
p and see him.
Col. A. C. Jones, head of the Prohi
ltion movement, in Sout>h Carolina,
lade a very pleasant pop call at, the Is
ross and Jianner office last, Monday. gi
[E is in the work because of his love D I
w his fellowmnan, and expects no po- of
t,ical preferment. lie has long been se
worker in the Young Men's Chris- Si
an Association, and now works for si
'rohibitioni In the hop1) of doing good. at
~Press and Banner, July 20. at
You maiy hunt the World over and
oni will not tind another sagleine
itlal to Chjumheriain's Celie, Oboiera~
nid D)iarrhoea Remedy for bowel eom.n b
laints. It is pleasant sare and re- c
Lable. For sale by W. E. Pelhiam,nr
Full stock of Butterock .Patterns at
J. Wooten's. fat&21
lIoh At oore, of La Vayette, nd say that for.!
mmuiipat ion heo hat foun De\Vit?s Little
arI F.bers to be perfeet. heay never gripe. - Tm
'r em for atomach and liver troubies. W.
THH TMAOHRRO iNlaTITOTR
0 Begst on Molday a L $ Tle.agl
the Week-mitry Tesehr is ie
CountyMho,d166. tresas. '
In another column of this issue will
e found the notice of the Institute for
bite teachers, which begins Monday,
tb, and continues until the evening
r the 29th' of this month.
The wnongement of the institute will
a in the hands o Messrs. Hand and
lughes. This,.t0 parties acquainted
ith these gentlemen, is a sutlicient
larantee of pleasure and profit.
It will be remembered that Mr. Hand
as with us some years since in, this
,me class of work; and, that he im
ressed all who hoard him, as a zealous
eponQnt_of all that is best along edu
Prof. Hughes is, by adoption, a New
rrian, and is too well known to need
iy comment at our hands. Suffice it
say that the words Hughes and
-ogress tre synonymous terms.
President Frank Woodward, of the
)uth Crarolina College, will loot-are on
uesda,, evening at 8 30 p. m., and on
ednesday at such time as he may
cct. There is always food for thought
the utterances of this brilliant edu
tor, and we bespeak for him a large
idience, feeling that all who hoar will
pleased and will goaway with broad
and deeper views of their privileges.
Miss Nellie Chapman-our Miss Nel
3-will give to the Institute all of the
ne that her health will permit. Miss
has no superiors and but few equals
her chosen profession.
Other lectures will be provided; in
at, we are informed that the County
tperintendent intends making this
e "red letter" meeting of the year.
We feel that it is useless to say that
ery teacher should attend, as these
setings are held especially for them;
d whilst we sometines fear that
trons fail to reeognize that teachers,
well as others. have rights which
ould be respected, we' at the same
ne feel that these same ti achers have
I vali excuse for non-att,endance,
aen so tmuch is dependent upon that
lfication obtainable largely, if not
lely, upon association at d comparison.
trge amounts are expended annually
on this work with the view of hm
oving the personnel of the pedagogic
tild and fostering that "esprit de
rps" which is so highly necessary to
ecess in any of the walks of life.
Let us say right here that "there are
hers" who should begin to show some
n of interest in the workings of these
eetings. The mothers and fathers of
e future citizens of Newberry, it
ems to us, owe it to their children to
a that everything is done that should
done to fit them for the issues of the
Lure. Often are we struck with
iazement at the apparent listlessness
parents in this matter; this 'should
>t be. What more important could
cupy them-working as they do from
ar to year to provide for their physi
1 wants; they delegate, withoutques
)n, the character forming processes
ttimes to entire strangers -surrender
g t,hereby the only royal privileges of
Prof. V. Thee. Ely will deliver dur
g the sessions of the Instit,ut,e lectures
"How to teach writing in public
hools." Prof. Ely is a graduate from
e Zanerian Pen Art Colege, of Co
mbus, O0, also from the famous Spen
r Bros., of Washington City. Messrs.
A. and H. C. Sp)encer' are sons of
e old original P. R. Spencer, founder
the Spencerian System of penman.
Ip. This is a subject, the treatment
which is much needed among the
All sessions of the Institute will be
ten to the public, commenecing each
orning at 9 and conchadhe at 1.30
ilock. Evening sessions at, 8.30.
Round table talks from 5.30 to 0.30 in
The Inst,itute w ill be held in the opera
muse and the lectures will be delivered
oe also. Everybody is invited to all
John Mayor Kinard, who enlisted as
private in Company B, First Regi
ent. 8. C. Volunteers, departed this
'e at Camp Thomas, Chickamauga
ark, Ga., on Tuesday night of this
aek, after a short illness wit,h .con
imption. The remains were brought
Newberr'y, arriving this morning,
are carried to Bet,h Eden burying
'ound and interred.
Mr. Kinard wan a member of the
ftheran church, an honest, upright
tung man, and( besides manty relatives,
us a large circle of friends in both
wn and county who sorrow that such
young life should be so suddenly cult
A Pleaning KEtertaionmen,t.
The entertainment at the opera house
st night was a most enjoyable one,
tton up under the auspices of the
rayton Rutherford. Osmp Daugh ters
the Confederacy, for the purpose of
curing a'flag for the ih'rst Rlekimont,
mith Carolin% Vo,lunateers, and cot,
sted of'vocal an~d ihstrumental muisic
ad'recit:ationsby, local- talent. Trhe
idience was small owing to. the ex
'emely hot weather.
A Slte OPPortunity.
To any oneo who wishes to learn Don
le Entry Bookkeeping and WVriting,
rtvinly, Prof. V. Thee. Ely offers a
ire opoortni,y, and the very fact, that
o collects tuition at th e expiration of
xe term and the term does not expire
ntil course is completed, ought, to he
nsidered a safe inavestmient,. f it
Win your battles Saaist dlsease by acting
rompil. One Minute Oough Onre producea
nmsdlte results. Wben taken early it, pre
anae nsupin rinftidinlater stag,s Ii
arthspop eIe.W .Pitm
Leoture by Profeso>r of Clemson College
The Attendance SSall--Dele
The Farmers' Institute held by pro
fessors of Clomoon College at Brown
and Moseley's grove near Prosperity
was nvt largely attended on Wednes
day. The farmers seem not to be an
xious to learn matt,ers pertaining to
their business. If there is a political
meeting there is generally a good at
tendance, it matora not how busy the
seasbn may be. This was a meeting
meant, to Instruct the farmis. We
are sorry there were not more present,
but the attendance was better than last
'year. It would have been larger but
the farmers are busy, more so than
usual at this season on account, of so
much rain recently.
Then it was a fearfully hot day--too
hot to speak and too hot to listen. The
grove is a beautiful one for such gath
erings and is easily accessible.
The barbecue dinner furnished by
Mr. W. J. Mills was a most excellent
one and well served. The county cam
.paigu meeting is to be held at the same
There were present four of the facul
ty of Clemson College.
Dr. W. E. Lake presided and intro
troduced the speakers. A nice large
stand for the speakers and seats for
the listeners had been arranged be
neath the large and spreading oaks.
The first speaker was Prof. Shiver,
who spoke on commercial fertilizers, a
very interesting subject and one of
practical benefit and interest to every
farmer. Prof. Shiver made an excel
lent talk and explained the difference
in fertilizers and their commercial
value. A complete report, of what he
said would be of use to the farmer, but
to attempt a synopsis would only be
misleading and confusing.
Prof. Furman spcl:e on Industrial
education and its need and advantage
in this age. This was an age in which
men must be fitted by education and
training to take advantage of the op
portunities that presented themselves.
He showed the development in indus
trial education and what is now being
done in that direction and explained
what is being done by Clemson College.
He pointed to the good positions be
ing held by many of the graduates of
Clemson to demonstrate the value of
the training given there. One farmer
asked us how many of the graduates
went back to the farm and wanted to
know what was being done to build up
agriculture. Prof. Furman did not
give any examples along this line and
we cannot answer, but we suppose
some of them are returning to the
A recess for dinner was taken and
about twenty-five names were enrolled
as members of a county institute. It is
the purpose to arrange a permanent
institute in each county and to send
delegates to a State institute to be held
at Clemson College every summer.
This too is to be a permanent thing.
Prof. Furman exp)lained that qur ters
would be furnished delegates in the
barracks at 60 cents a day each dele
gate to furnish his own sheets anid pillow
cases. F"ive delegates are elected from
each county and will be taken care of
flrst,, but others who desire to go will
be welcome omn the samne rates amid no
doubt there will be ample accommoda
tIons for all whioattemid. Reduced rates
on the railroads have also been secured.
Thie following delegates were elected
from Newberry: Rt. T. C. Hunter, W.
S. Spearmamn, H. P. Wicker, W. P.
Pugh, W. C. B3rowni. Delegates were
given aut,hority to name their alter
nates in case they found they could not
The first, lectume in tihe afternoon
was by Prof. DuPree on horticuilt.ure
and the care and treatment of plants
and trees. Prof. DuPree was not well
and could not finish his talk.
Prof. Hart then explained the treat
ment of cows and told t,he farmers and
their wives all about butter and cheese
and how to make them. He was asked
a good many questions and there was
much interest manifested in his lecture.
At the conclusion Dr'. Lake an
nounced that, a regular meeting of the
county institute would be held at New
berry on thme first Monday in Sept.em
These county institutes could be
made very pleasant and p)rofitable if
the farmers could be induced totakean
interest in them. They cost nothing
and it is strange to us that the farmersm
-cannmot be armoused to a more lively in
terest in those things which pertain to
t,14eir own welfare. We hope it, may
be awakened in this county.
We dIrove down to the meeting wit,h
Judge Hodges. The eropms along the
road are looking well and while in
some cases the grass has pretty good
headway ini rnomt instances.the cmrop is
in good fix.
A t Joseph T. Hlutchison & Co , you
will jlnd the lowest, >rices of all. 15
cakes of good Toilet Ho ap at only 231c;
JO cakes of good Laundry Soap at 24ec;
hest Lump Starch at only 5c pound;
best Key iPoda at only 24 cpounmd; good
Green Coffee J0e pound or 11 Pounds
for *1.00; 161 pounds Standard gramnlaed
Sugar $1.00. i. f
8. A. L.. Pisotographer.
The Seaboard Air Linii has for dis
tribution to its friends and patrons,
some typical "Coon" pictures. These
are Photographs, 22x28 inches and
hamndsomely framed. To cover p)art of
the cost of the Photographs and 10x
pressage, they are sold at, *2.00 each.
They can be secured '.'om the Repre
sentatives of the Seaboard Air Line or
upon application to T. J. Anderson,
General Passenger' Agent, Portsmnouth,
Va., who will also be glad to send
printedl matter relat,ive to Rates, Hum
mer Resort,s, &o. t&f.4t
DEATH OF PRIVATE MINARD.
A Member of Company iR lst O. U. Regt.,
L1ee at Cawp 7 horns..
(Special to The State.)
Chickamauga Park, Ga., July 20..
Private John i. Kinard of Co. BI, died
last night from consumption. Thg re
mains will be taken home tomorrow.
A number of South Carolina vlsi ors
are in -camp today, delighting with
their presence the hearts of the sol
Four members of the Ninth i'ennsyl
vania were arrested today for liring
pistols in the direction of our camp.
Gen. Sanger yesterday paid a high
complement to the flist battalion, and
especially to Co B, saying that this
was the best battalion in his division.
Col. Tillman today took his battalion
on an eight-mile march. They stood
the fatigue well.
Card of Thaake.
MR. ErronT: Allow us space to re
turn our thanks to a generous public.
Our home having been destroyed by
lire on the morning of the 9th of July,
losing a greater portion of our house
hold and kitchen furniture with all of
our provisions, unsolicited by u, a gon
erous public came to our relief. for
which my family joins me in extending
our heart-felt thanks to our friends of
the town of Newberry and county for
their generous aid, and we assure them
that we shall over hold them in grate
ful remembrance for their kindness.
W. W. RsEt.
County 6uuds= 9thecl Uonventiou.
Convened in Bush River church on
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.
Delegates from nearly every Sunday
school in the county were present. The
programme as propared by the com
mittee was good and those who had
been appointed to discuss the subjects
were prepared and gave the congrega
tion some very good ideas to take home
The field secretary, Mr. F. FT. Whil
den, is an excellent speaker and a
sound logical reasoner and a lover of
Sunday-school work. He by his en
thusiastic interest in this work gave to
those who heard him renewed energy
and no doubt this will accomplish much
good both in the community and
throughout the county.
There was an .atermission each day
for dinner. and for this purpose a long
table had been erected just to one side
of the church, under the shade of the
oaks on which the dinner was laid. An
invitation was extended to all to as
semble there. The viands were very
tempting indeed, and every one par
took with great zest of the good things,
proving the fact that the good people
and especially the ladies of this sec
tion are very successful caterers on
The election of officers was held on
Wednesday and resulted in the elec
tion of the same officers for another
Reasons. why Clamberlain's Colie, Cholera
and4 D)Iarrho.a Remedy i the heat.
1. Because it affords almost instant
relief in ease of pain ini the stomach,
coliceSand oholera morbus.
2. Because it is the only remedy that
never falls in the most severe eases of
dysentery and diarrhoea.
3. Because it is the nuily remedy thbat
will cure ebronie diarrhoea.
4, Bedanse it is the onIly remedy that
will prevekt bilious colic.
5.Because it is the only remnedy that
will cure epidemical dysentery.
6. Because it is the only remedly that
can always be depended upon in eases
of cholera infaintum.
7. Because it is this most p)rompt and
must reliable medIcine in use for bowel
8. Because it produices no bad results.
9. Because it is pleasanit sand safe to
10. Because it has saved the lives of
lmcre people thanl any other medicine
in the worldl.
The 2651and 500 sizes for sale by W.
Tihe following trusatees of J oh nst,)one
Academy have been chosen for this
year: L. M. Fellers, L. I. Long and
Henry Lominick. Thley held a meiet
lng last week and elected Rev. W. W,
McMorries and Miss Rosa Kilgore
teachers for tile enIsuinig year. It was
also dc L d to have a sumnmer' school
for one aa. -,h beginning on theo first of
This is one of the best schlOOs in tihe
county and we are glad to know that
everythling is movi'ng along smoot.hly
and that hat-mony and good will pre
[L1t1e Mrountmain Reunilon, Friday, August
Address of Welcomle-Mrn. M. L. Bo.
Claims of Denominational Colleges
Rev. J. A. Cr'omer.
Thle 1Educated Farmer-J. B. O'Neall
Trho Past, and the Present in ICduca
tion-Rev. J. Austin.
What an Alumnnq can (10 for the
College-M r. C. 10. Black.
TIhle Classics in ICducation~-Prof. l0,
IB. Setz,ler. 8. J. 1)ltuctc,
Rollertson's Tastees Chill Tonic!
Pleasant to Take !
Quick to Act !
Cheap to Buy !
It gives you an appetite
strengthens you, and regu latei
your liver. Only 35c, pe:
bottle, M anuifactu red and fo
sale at Ro.bertson & ( Gilder'
Counay OwnmpJgn Sehedule.
The following is the sch'Aula as ar
ranged for the county campo.ign meet
ings as adopted by the sv i-committee
of the Executive Committee.
No. 5--Jslapa, August 2nd.
No. 6---Longshoro's Store, August 3d.
No. 7-Williams' Stor', August 4th.
No. 3.-Mt. Pleasant, August 10th.
No. 2-T. W. Keitt's, August 11th.
No. 4-Whitmire, August 12th.
No. 8-Utopia postofllce, August 16.
No. 0--Grove near lrown & Mose
loy's mineral spring, August 17th.
No. 10-Jolly Street., August 18th.
No. I 1-l'onaria, August 23rd.
No. I-Newberry, August 24th.
No. 1---Newberry Cotton Mill, at
night August 24th.
Candidates for Congress will address
the people of Newberry County as fol
Longshores, August 25th, 10.30 a. n.
Newberry, C. 1-1., Aug. 25th,8.30p. n.
P'omaria, August 26th, 10.30 a. in.
Prosperity, August 27th, 10.30 a. in.
W. D. HAitY,
July 16t.h, 1898.
3Item Frou Mayblutot.
Owing to iy abse'ico from the com
munity it has been quito a while since
1 have had the privilege of writing
from 1Maybinton, but while I was away
some one, I know not who, took the
liberty of signing "Fairy Bell" to a
piece they wrote. I would like to know
what is the difference in forging one's
real name and forging one's iletitious
name. Mr. I':ditor, which do you think
Miss Annie Maybin is visiting rela
tives at Newberry.
Miss Sadie Pearson, of Newberry, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. B Oxner.
Miss Irin Cotleld, who has been at
tending school at Spartanburg, is at
home enjoying vacation.
Miss Carrie I)ouglass has returne(:
home after a plasant visit to relatives
and friends at Glenn Springs and
Miss 14lmira Oxner and Mr. Will
Hargrove attended Children's Day at
13ogansville and report a pleasant
Miss Mary C'otleld has returned hoine
after a pleasant visit to Dr. W. M.
Grier's family at Due West and Miss
Minnie King, of Ninety-Six.
Quarterly meeting was held at 1tbene
zer last Saturday and F.unday. Pre
siding Elider Cauthen preached several
fine sermons that were very much enjoy
ed by a large congregation.
I, too, think we should have another
picnic as our last one was so much en
joyed, but I am like "Clodhopper," I
think the ones who attended last year
should choose the place and I suggest
it is brought nearer to me than Brown
and Moseley's grove. I went 20 miles
to it last year and 1 think "Turn about
is fair play." But if possible I will be
on hand wherever it is.
"Lrast umn.n?r one of our grand
children was sick with a severe bowel
Iroub)le," says Mrs. 10. 0. Gregory, of
Fredriekstown, Mo. "Our dlocter's
remiedly had failed, thena we tried
Chamberlain's Colic, (Cholera and
Dhlarrhoea Remedy, which gaIve very
speedy relief." IPor sale by W. 14.
itema froan St.. Paula.
The time of year is at hand for us to
be through laying-by our crops, but on
account, of much rain it will be a couple
weeks yut, before we will be through
During the reccent raIns our lands be
camto very wet, and boggy and we had
t.o stack arms. Geon. Green took ad
vantage of our position by recruiting
his forces and invadled ouri promuiises
somewhat demoralIzing us. But with
Joshua's help we will be conqueror in
Messrs. Thaddous and Adam lEpting
andl Miss Viola Kibler' were the dele
gates to t,he County Sunday-school Coni
vention fromn St. Paul's.
On the 6t,h of this mton)th M r'. 'Walter'
P. Counts caried lis lit,tle son, A rt,hur,
who was sutfering wit,h an eye in which
some foroeign matter had gotten, to At.
lant,a to consult. Drm. Calhoun. 'lThe dc
tor' got out of the pupil of the eye soy
er'al small object,s that, looked likec cin
dorts, wh ich lhe prctoounced Iro'n rust.
The boy's e.ye, the doet,or' thinks, wvill
get alrig ht.
Messrs. Julaius and Irieniuis Cpt,ing't
sons went hunting one evening last
week and caught, 5 rabbit.s andl iri
Mr. MarIon Dicker't, wvife and habe,
Messrs. Willie Scyhit and ICzra Dickceri
broke bread with Mr'. L. I. ICpting Sun,
Mr. David Boland and daughiters aid
the Misses Sloan, spent, lust Sat,urda
night, wit,h the family of Mrt. J1. .1
July 18, 1898.
INOTICEIC 1 IILcI'iHY (Il'C
tany Cer't.ilcal.e, number)PI 2.
902, for fIve shiares of stock In thet Me
ti'opolii.an hihling and L.an Associa
tion oif Iichmaond, Va., hats beena lost, o
mi'daid and an acppliegt.lon has beei
madle to said Associationu for~ a renewa
of t,he same.
July 21st, 1898.
FRED H. DOMINICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
INEWBER RY, S.CO
SOffice on Law IRango over 0. Mcli
Holme' Cton Onmce
N oTCE Il3 EREBY GIVEN
that as administrator of the es
tate of Jacob Cleland I will sell to the
highest bidder therefor for cash, at
the late residence of Jacob Cleland,
deceased, on Friday, August, 6, 1898, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, the follow
ing personal property of said deceased:
.ngine and Prass, Carpenter Tools,
P. C. SMITH, Administrator.
July 20, 1898. f 2t
Three courses for degrees, with elec
Eflcient Preparatory Department.
B3oard, tuition, and all fees pe-" year
need not exceed
$100 in Collegiate Department;
$940 in Preparatory Departmer".
Next session begins October 3d.
[or catalogue, address,
Goo. B. Cromer,
Newberry, S. C.
THI; STATE OF SOUTHl CARO
IINA-NEW IERRY COUNTY.
By W. W. Hodges, Esq., Probate Judge.
W IIl lRAS, J. Y. Mcl"ALL HATII
made r.uIt to mo to grant hina
Letters of Administration of the .ECstate
and effects of Mark Clark, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Mark Clark,
deceased, that they be and appear mn,
in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Newberry Court House, on the twent) -
second day of July next, after publica
tion hereof, at, II o'clock in the fort
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand this the 7t,h
day of July, Anno DominI 1898.
W. W. HOI)GES,
J. P. N. C.
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Mechanical - - - - - - 'extile.
Literary - - - - - - - Military.
Best, equipped College In the South.
4"50 students. Send for illustrated eati
11ENRY S. IIAITZOG,
Clemson College, S. C.
By other Houses will ever un
dersell or roach the level of Our
and Undersell them all
Are offered goods at ost or at
half price, come to the Bee Hise
of bargains and you can buy the
same goods for a mere song.
Our prices are very little
our Compotitors need magnify.
ing glasseo to see them! We
knock them blind I
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
Yours at, only
4-4 Shrting 3 3-4c. per yard.
Yours at only
Bes, Sandrd rin,e 5o per yard1.
Yours at, only
Goo Prced olee 4c per yard.
Yours at only
Good Parced Coffee 1cprpud
Yours at only
lOe per pound,
Soap-Good Washing Soap
Yours at, only
30c. per pound
All other Goods at corresp)ondingly lowv
Is wort' twice as mnneh at tho
Beehive af Bargains.
The F'air and Square Dealer.
CANNON & MAYES,
MansIon House Steam Laundry,
0O. (OREIENVILI.E, S. CO,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THE JIAEID EI)(IE
of mart,yrdom is recached when an in
forior laundry sendls your lhnen home
wilth ragged cdires andl spread eagle
buttonholes. If it don't. "'drive a man
to hardl drink" it, will surely dlrive hIm
to seeking a laundry that wIll insuire
im such perfect, work as is (lone at the
MansIon House Steam Lanndr-y. We
not only give your' linen a perfect,eolor
and finIsh, but we send It, home in a
cond it,oin that, Insur-es comfort in hot
- GENTS wanted invr town