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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Ur,os.
Mint... ................... , ..........
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
Ililms.................................. I0(O 12jo.
Best, Lurd ............... ........... 8(0100.
Iest Molasses, ow Cr1op...... 'o.
( id M olasses..................... 25( So15o.
So ................................... 15c.
M1 oal .......... . . ......... ........... 600.
I H ay................ . . ................ 000.
W heat Bran........................ $1.10.
Ist, Patent Flour.................. $5.00.
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.50.
st-ralt Flour......................... $4.25: .
Good Ord inary Flour...... .$.3.50(&4.00.
Sugr ................. ..... ...... 4,(q7
R ice .................................... o(p Oe.
C olteo................................. K&a20c.
Coiton seed imnid, por . $1.00.
Nile Iulls, per cwt,......... 30c.
13ut.t0lr, p10r lb ..................... I13(a)20C.
10ggs, pur dozen ................. 100.
khiteckens, each .................... 12 1( *20e.
'eas, per bushel....... .......... '00.
Corn, por bushel.................. 550.
OatS, p0 Ihu h .................. 35C.
S wvt.t potatoes .................... 5G(a)40c.
Turkeys, per lb ....... 8c.
Fodder', por ewt, ........ . 75(000.
11ackl on's Arnica 4atlv .
l it"i 8alve in thr world fir Cuts,
llriiisvM. z4vrea, 1certm, Salt, Rheum,
F2.-Vel i-r t8, TeLtter, IChapiijped Hands,
('bI Hlaiml.. Corns, and all Skli Erup
II -ti.;, itid v-)slii vely cures Piles, or no
p .y i.qn in-d. It is guaranteed to give
.i+rf-amt Satition or aroney rehunded.
Price 25 vents per box. For P-le by
R,bwrtmon & (4li,er atid W. E. P'elhamn.
Jins.uan, n's Acadlemy Denooat-ie Club
Will Ieet, Eriday evenling, at 3
o'clock. X.very iiember expected to
.att,om'. Businie;ss of limportauce.
J. CAL NA.
'I ethi wears well. 11ople have
I#-arnedt thal, DoWitt's Little I-'arily
8iser- Mu' rliHale little pil's for regu.
itidlg t bo howels, cutring const ipat,lion
ainl siek ladnehe. They don't gripe.
W . . .ham.
The balance of our low cut Shoes
aro being ;losed out for less than
c.st. JAMIESoN. tf.
Why will you huy hitter nauseating
tonile, when Gltovx's TASTLESS ClULL.
TONIC is as pleatsatnt. as Leuon Syrup.
Your duliggist is authorized to refund
the money in overy case where it, fails
1 cure. PriS.. 50 cents.
Election of Dihpenser.
A meveting of the county brard of
liiquor cont,r, was held yest,elIay for
tho pil -pose of electing at dispeol. and
'hevra Were four itpplicanlts for the
lOsition of (ispenser and nine for that
ir. It. C. Maybin the present dis
1enser was re-elected difp-nser.
Mr. Lewie, of Factoryville, was
-Thure wats no offher. husinless and1 thle
-bo.ard ad journied.
Dewitt's Witch Hazel Salve hus the
largest sale of any salve in the world.
I'his fact 1111d itS merit alts led dish)on
est people t.o littenp, to countelfuit it.
Look out for tho man who attempits to
deceive youl when 3you cll for De Nitts
Wi\Vtch H-az,el Salve the great pile cure0.
W. lI l'elham.
410 years' success in) tile South, prov 1es
Hughedis' T1oic a great remedyl~ for'
SChiIlls itand all MIalarial F?evers. llet,terl
-than Quinine. Guar'anteed, try it. At
Dr- )zuggists. 50e. and '$1.00 bottles. tOlmo
JammIE.son wvill sell you bet ter' goods
for same p)rico than any oune els'e. tf.
f->ok at our line of Alpmoe Felt
Hats al,'1 con CCI., worth $1.00.
tf. EJAMI HON.
'hen in uneed of good Vinegars
hSyrups) &c., (lonl't fail to ca11 Onl ii3
.f os. TI. H1ugehison & Co.
You call buy a suit almost. at. your
owln pr'ice at Jamieson's. - tf.
- '1'lThe F"irst Ile.
' The flest, bale or l'ather bales of seedl
Cotton this season wer'e so1(d yester'day
ait Newbherry', b)y Mr'. J1. J. a111 and1(
l Iesaris. Bishop and( .Julien.
Ml r. 1Lane says' if he had bee.n at home
he( could( have sold aI bale On 10tLh of
ti is mfon th and had the first ini the
Heb sold for 4 it-J6 and the bale
weighe(d -Ilil pounds.
Messrs. Blishiop and Julien sold for'
.32V and tho;r' ba'e weighed 525 pouinds.
Messes Bishxop and1( JulIen sol.l fir't,
though both hales were sold yesterday.
ht' IN This?
We oIt'ar One~. Hiunqared Dioltbare lRew,rd fori
luyi' 4 Iu of Carart i h thatL caninot be curld by
r .1t J Ci' EN 5W & C0., P'. Ops TPO1'do, 0.
V. '. In1.1I o.rI.-nod, have klin'w.1 l".e .
-n 'l -r i tI hiilst,15 years, andl1(11 b El him'i
b * U IIy Iu' l Ol'orable in atll bustiess Illians 0,.
h'I S nearOI by' thoe iri,
IkSr & 'T'itA. x, wholeosate Druggists, T"'edo,
~ tAI1.DI llNNAF & MIAKviN, WhoIlle
Efisi . Io(lado o.
(iI 'clt upon0 the0 blood a11 n mmE 01ux sur
othe 11 y EVteml.- Praico 75c wrli hlotiW.
dIb afmhy P'ills are the best.
-0.r n aood an extra pair pailts go
~I1O:.on's whiilo '-he is r'uinlg
"' ' ~I4'~oo line of' Nogligoo Shirts just
~d at Jamiosoni's. tf.
Fut Jars! Fruit Jars!
Mason's, in pints,
quarts and half gal
Ions. Also Ball in
quarts and half gal
Ions, for sale cheap
at Robertson & Gil
der's Drug Store.ttf
VAmOUN AND ALL AHQUT.
Mr. J. J. Lave hus roturned Iroln
Mr. J. Mann has goie to New Yul-k
to purchase his fall goods.
Allss oennie Davis has returned f:om
a visit to relatives in Chester.
Mr. V. J. Moore, of Greenwood, is
spending a few days in Now>erry.
Mr. and Mrs. Dmn Davis, of Chester,
are visiting relatives in Newherry.
Col. Thos. W. Holloway was In the
Mrs. G. A. Wright has gone to Chick
Springs to spundi a mon Lih.
Mrs. L. W. Floyd is visiting at Ja
IRev. C. W. Creight.oill preached a
sermon Oil prohibitin on Su nday miori
When shall we do oiiethiig about
sewerage? We need somebody to
ilal% a start.
Only one more week until tihe pri.
aittry. Be sure.that, your namiie is on a
Tihe candidates for Congress will ad
dress the voters of Newberry Thurs
Dr. 0. 1-. Nityer and Mr. .Jno. M.
Kinard have returned from liender
sonville, N. C.
Mr. A. C. Joies left, yesterday for
1-Philadulphia wihere lie will remain for
a couple weeks.
Capt. S. J. MeCaughriin has been'
nistered in the volunteer army as
Captain of Co. C.
Dr. ). S. Popo, of Columbia, spent
Sunday in Newberry on a visit to rela
Lives and friends.
Mr. S. J. Wooten left Saturday for
the Northern mau-kets to buy his fall
and winter stock.
The county candidates will speak at,
Newberry tomorrow and tomorrow
night at the factory.
l iss Bessie Coppouk has been awa d
01 the scholarship at, Winthro1) Nor
inal College at Rock Hill.
The bridge over the railroad on
Bonidary street is in need of repairs.
In fact it is dangerous.
I-Idward Mittle and Harry Dominick
have been awardedthe scholarships at
the Citadel from this counity.
Ni iss Lelia Bilackwell, after pending
a while with relatives here, lts re
tuned to her home in Clinton.
'ir. 1. '. liendersoln and family, of
this city, have 11,oved to Nuwborry.
Mr. leniderson will engage in business
The Commiissioners of ublie Works
should turn oin the lights ia little earlier.
ihey now wait for some time after good
dar-k before the street lights come oil.
We want the light, its soon it is dark.
The first balt sold in Newberry did
not give wmuch encouragement to get
on the market irl-st. Prosperity starts
OUt Uhlead of 11s inl the cotton market.
Our buyers should work l) and do bet
ter than this.
The delegates to the Lutheran Sun
day-school Convention from Luter
Chapel are L. B. Aull, Mirs. 1P. Robert
son and M iss Alaggie Cline. Th'le eon
vention meets at Colony on Thursday
and wvill be in session two (lays.
N\ rs. itoachn, the Presidlent of the W.
C. T1. U., is in Newberry and will make
an address to the Bhind of Uope this
evening itt ti o'clock, iand on Wednes
daty att 5i E'clic she wvil I.deliver an ad
drs to the Chiristian womien of New
b)erry. A full at,tendanie is'.urged.
A stomuachfull of undigested food is
about, ats un healthy a maiss as oiie can
Wh''lat cani I he ' n wit,h it,?
T1here it, stayts. It wont'L dligest. It,
chu trns up, fermnent,s and decays; be
comles poisonous (as ai Illput.id matter
does) and causes great.,t rin and deep
lIn order to chan lge atll this, take
Shaker D)igest,ive Cordial.
It Stops fermentI afion and decay at
on1ce, so that no miore3 pisonsi1 arIe
It, clears t.he stomacii of poisons alI
ready there. It hielps it to turn tihe
food that, remainns, in to hiealth ful
nourish ment. It strengt,bens the
st.omach for the next meal.
Helre is the w vhole ph losophy~ and1
cuire of indigestion in a fewv words
And what's more, It's all trute. Tiry It.
Shaker D.igest ive Cordial is for sale
bly druggists, price 10 cents to $1.00 a
A big lot Joans Pants, Overalls,
WVorkshiiris, etc., jumst received.
A big lot Jeanis pants for $1.00
worth $1 . 2. JAMIERON. t f.
For~ t,he D)omninick school. Salatry
$25 a month. AppIlications to bie filed
withl I he midersignmed 0on or biefore Au
gust 25, 1898.
. M. Q. C1iAlP'PLL,
St. 1hl iips school . llect.ion to be
hail on September 1st. A pli cat~in ho
be made oni or before t hat d at,e I,o
W. P. KOON.
1. A. HUn., Trstes
t2t. l"nank, S. C.
At Jloseph T. Hlutohison & Co , you
wvill fInd the lowest, prices of all. lo
cakes of good T1oi let Soap itt only 23ec;
10 cakes of good Lautndr 'Soap at, 24e;
best Lumnip Starch itt ounly 5c piound;
best Keay Soda at, only 24e pound; good
Green Colfee 100 pound or I1 pounds
for $1.00; 1(1 pounds Standard graniulaed
Sugar $1.00. i
Whon -you noosd anythintg in cloth
ing, furnishing goods, hatts, shoes,
etc., don't forget that Jamieso.in is
the pinen b. gnt roiibl good1. if
A DwelluDg Uorued In Heloa,
Last Feiday night botwenn the houri
of two and three o'loook tho dwelling
house of Mrs. Ljzzl0 1(uil wtA burtod
It, ?s thought it orIginat4d in t'h
P'verything was burned except i
trunk Mrs. Ruil succeeded in gettint
out, In which were her insurance Ima
pers. The house was insured for *404
ande 0,he furnlilt.ure- for. $300,
It was all old holse huit, whien tit
iail I road shops were at1 1.1lena, but hiJ
heen lately remodeled.
How to Look i(ml.
Good looks aire readly mire thian skir
d Il p. iep t I ig en i rely t.1 a lenlt iIN
endlimi of all the vital olgasw. Ift hi
liver is iti-tivit, yoi imve a ihlmir
!1)l)k; if yourf mtoliaeh Is 1 disrdero d
yoli have a d.-4ill-pt 1e looP; if your kid.
neys are aillcted, yotl la e a picht
lsok . Secure g,iod healt, amid yeu w i
-iire.-ly hav- good looks. "i'lectrie Bit
terI" is a votd Alterktivp and Timiei
A ls diree;tly r.t ih t Nsomjach, liver ati
kidnjP.%i*, purifles the blood, eurim pin.
pics, lolol le al( 1 11 s, andl givel ,
good clim pie-x i(n. Eveiy bit,le gulr
111teeI. Sold at Rohl mie l & 01141-l1r'.
and Pelham's Dcug titt re. 50 ceun
Only ten days more in which t<
buy a summer suit at cost at Jamio.
'onility Cnilpaig e ISChe1144u1te.
The followiig is the schedule as ar
ranged for the county campaign meet
Ings as adopted by the sub-committee
of the Executive Committee.
No. I l-Pomaria, August 26th.
No. I-Newberry, August 24th.
No. 1-Newherry Cotton Mill, it
night August 24th.
CLIdidates for Congi'ess Will addrCSS
the people of Newberry County as fol
Longshoies, August 25th, 10.30 a. m.
Newherry, C. H., Aug 25th, 8.30 p. ml.
Piomaria, August 26th, 10.30 t. m.
Prosperity, August 27th, 10.30 a. mn.
W. D HARDY,
July 150h, 1898.
One Minute Cough Cure surpriset
)eople by its quick cures tud children
miaiy take it in large quantities without
the least danger. It has won for itsell
t,he ieit reputat,ion of ily preparamion
3sed today for colds, eroup, tickling in
Ahe t,hroat oi obstinate coughs. W. E.
D)cath of Att. W. A. Unau,.
Mrs. Lucy Whaley Dminn, wife of Dr.
W. A. D)unn, of Poma.-i, died at their
residence in Pomaria on Priday, A ug.
19, .1898. She leaves several children,
me oil infatit only a few days old. Het
reminhis were interred at Rosenont oil
A i Enertrimlig Dreggimt
Thlkere are few ineu more wide
mvake mAd entierpi leignt I hi ha .
lmtoi &k Cliler itnd WV. E. l'elhatm,
who sutie no li,us tio tecure tht
beost of tverything li their lhie f(li
ieir imay custoiers. They tiow havu
he valutinile nget,ey for Dr. Kingrg's
New Dissovery for Coustimptiin
"oughs it'd Colds. This ie t ho won
lerful remedy that is I.roducing suh'li
uror all over the vounlry by It24 manly
ktartling pures. It abstnuitel.y u re.
Asttua, lironitllIs, flIour:e essi andt aLi
tfhant'tionrs oft lihe T1hriat. ( he si, and
L.unlga. Call ait absove dIrug idtorc 1.3m1
ret a ia)libttle free sor na regular size
50 centls ands $1. Unaranteed to curs
Whereats It hath pleased our' mini
Hleavenly l"atheir to remove fromt i soui
beloved sister, Mis' Rloberta McG myo
Rtesolvetd, 1st. Th'lat in our sistb'
.lear,h the church, Sabbat,h school ain
M issionar.iy Societ-y have lost a mosl
dlevotedt andl active mema.ber, one whos5(
place will not be easily tilled.
2nd. That we how t.o the will of Hlin
who doeth all things well, and pr)s'1
"Thy will be dotne."'
3d. That, we extesnd to the hereavet
family our' most heai,tfelt sympat,by
lad we ccomimenn them to Him wh<
is a sure refuge in the day of t,roub1le.
4 th. T hat, a copy of these resolutioiii
be hianded to the counst-y paper33s foi
ILLI MA Y v BUJZA IIP,
Lock!I A Stitch in, TIismo
Saves nine. H-ughes' Tonic (new imi
proved, t,at.e4 pleasant.) tiakeni in ear'l:
Sprinug and Vai prlevents Chills, Den
gue antud Maiiariahl"Fevers. A cts on3 tht
liver, tones iup i,he syst,em. lBetter thai
quininie. Guaranteed, try it,. A
druggists. 50c. and $1.00 bottles. thin
Buy you a suit at 'ost at Jlamie
DO YOUJ LKE GOOD COFFEE?
if so, buy the "B3lno Ribbon'
o)f Mofna ands. Java, andt will go twie
as fatr as cheap1 coffee.
If you will only try this brand yoi
will quit using choap.and.poor coffer
In it y'ou will find both qualtiity ani
economy. Sold by
S. 13. JONES, Solo Agent.
Turnip Seed !
New crop Turnit
Seed just receive<
and for sale chea;
at Robertson & Gil,
dler's Drug Store.
i1ktird spitm Atiiday With Mi%. Alr-y
Mrl'. J. K. h l hnd family were Lhb
uests of Capt. Jno. F. Banks and
family last Suniday.
ir. T' L. I. M'pp4 has VilintedI an
other little dutighter on his fainily roll
since our last writhng.
Misses Cheley and Lola Kibler spent
last Saturtday night ani Sunday with
us. We always enjoy Mils Choley's
comlpany very Iuelh is sl Is full of life
AflrS. J. 1) Stone and Miiss TaIsey
ih01ler spent a day with Mr. and Mis.
Thts. Iyps' family last week.
Iessrs. G. i. Gilli,h and G. Al
Singley request, us to say that there
will be a neting of the old soldiers of
No. 10 Township at, Jolly Street on the
Ile-St Sat urday in Se ptolmber at, 1 i. mll.,
for tre0 purpose of elect,ing a township
board of l'ensioners. This call is in
obe ience to a. request, of the county
(3b1011irM, Judge)( Udrliblc, ECvery one
of the old eoldier;S is earnestly re
quosted to be present,.
Say, Kay, did you ever count, how
many different kind of Ilier there are in
existeic? Suppose We count tlie over
and sec. Now you nust hielp me to
count: The house Ily-1; the horse fly
2; tne h ep fly -; the candle lly-4;
the butt,er fly-5; the nit fly-6; the
blow fly-7. Only seven-is this all,
Kay? Oh, 110, sure43 enoHUgh, there is
anot,her far more numi1erous than any
we have mentioned; an31d this Is the
kind of a fly that the peoplo are all
hunting, anId if yOu go into the store
of 0. Al. JLmieont, at, Newbervy, you
will readily see how he is making his
large st,oCk of dry goods Ily-and it
only takes a very little money to catch
them. Kay, I know that you have tiomec
of those very kind of "Ilys" In 3 our
store, and you and Jamieson needn't
be uneasy about keeping them imueh
longer, for the people are hunting them
upl) and will have thejm all caught be
fore the cold weather sets in.
The weather for the past two weeks
has been very unfavorable for gather
ing fodder and drying fruit.
Thu cotton crop is over estimated
about 2.5 per cent.
The following delegates will repre
sent Bachman Chapel Sunday school at
the Lu'.lhcran Sunday school 'onven
tion to be held at, Colony church onl
TVhursday anid t4iay next,: Messrs. R.
N. Taylor, J. W. Bobb and Mius Carrie
The candidates will fini6h up their
rounds in speaking and shaking hands
with the good people this week and
await their sentence iext Tesday.
This has been one of the quietest cam
paigns that we have had since the in
auguratior of the primary system. 1t
has been a very haird matter for tne
eandidiates to find out jist where they
st,and, 1as the people aire not, saying
Kay, I can't go Into that turkey husi
ness just no,. I have turned imline out
since the piCniC is all over and am
afraid that she wvill be pr'et1y hard to
catch the scond tlime.
I intend to call a nmeetinig of the cor'
resp)ondlents some time in the near
future which I 1hope that,every one will
attendl-and this meeting mu)3st, he bel
before we at,tempt, to have ano0t,ber' pie
nie. Ti'he obijet of the meletinlg wVill be
to devise some plan1 bly wiV1Ich we can~
keep the ed1itor. at home, anyhowv as
long as t,wo day3s alt a1 t,ime. I knlow thalt
AI r's. Aull will join me 1in this move.
Well, as5 some1 of the boy3s are exp)Oet
In3g a repor3t, from (Chipls of tIhe cam11
paLignl mee4fting at old Jul ly last Thurnis
day3, we wvill have t,o give them a few
wvordls. There was a pretty good crowd
pre'senlt -ahout, half lad(1es. The candioi
dates, wIt,h few exceptions. wvere all1
presen03t anid those who spoke cover1ed
about the saime old1 grouInd t,hat they
have been over. T1here wals no01111ng
uinusuial that occur,red You see Old
.Jolly Is a horse. Tht is is enough saLid,
isni't it, IC. C. S ?
Tihie inecet.intg at Bachman313 Chapel em1
bracing the secondl Sundlay, lasted for
llev. C. P. Hoozer' was assisted onl
Eundsay and NI ondray by I (ev. .1. D).
Mr i. D). A Quiattleh,aam spenI)'t Iai',
$atulrday nlight, with 11us. lie wVill taik.'
Ils gradualtitng course6 next, 50ession 131
New berry College. Alonzo 1has alreadly
fal len in possession of a good ebar'acr
andI reputation whlich is wort,h mole
t,ban mi)illions to a 3on man1 il! st,ar't,ing
01ut, in li fe. God( loves good boys and
good girls and everything else that,
-don't, love tbem aire dlevils.
I amt sorry that my old friend Kay is
get,t-ing somiewhat sassy sin1ce he began
talking over' tholse wires. Mr 3. IlI tor',
you1 just oughlt to have heard how him
pmient, he talked t,o Old manai Chips last
Wedlnesday even,ing. IBut, neveC trid.
just let himIT get, a lit,t,le amoro "bhigity,'"
andI i'll tur mi iy solomntl loo-e on ha im.
Atag mst 22.
MIore t.hain twenlty umil*ion1 free 5311m
pl3s of D)eWitt's Witch lI aze'l Salve'
hnve' been1 d istribhut,ed by the manu333file
tuier's. W hat, better prloof of t,he~Iir
con01idenne In i's merits (10 you wanit?
It eure's piles, burnms, senils, sores, ini
the shortest space0 of t,Ime. WV. I' Pe'l
DUI I' W iEST, S. C.
Opens last We. (dnesday in Sept embher.
Attendance last year1? from tenl States
a131nId O Meo. Two( coursi'es leadIig to
the dlegr'ees of A. II. and1( B. S. Total
1).penses for' the nin31 mlonIths in the
Ini pr3ivIate famillies
Spacious andl comfor'table "'1ome1.''
) comaplete and equippedl wiVth modern
conv ~enieances of hath r'ooms3, &c. F:ntirie
-buIlding heauted by hot water' system.
IF'Wr'ite for' catalogue to
(Special it) New.ri 11t1d Coullm.)
'fulumIIbil, A .j. - . I,'%verytti lig i-4
I WA lt, C ltup Fitzhillixi I 'vo toiay.
iTe Various ollt.8 lci ppointl bltIty uov
ranlghng andl gettilig togo(4.wr the mievi
fr-omi thle 1nd1.01enth31liol 21114 t he
n11aly rut-ruils w ho nre .sIttlonett al. tho
tntmu1. NO I ricl-imn has beewconottt
eti, but Col. Thoipsoll wanted to let
the Itlyal'r g slow so that, all th men
WoUld if( S- ,iSth-d. I t .-ometi mt's hap
pels thatt soldio 15 ai 40So weil siiitated
in tho vomlpany to whicht they alivo
htt ol tassignted t hat, a cha nlge to a niothert
4-0111pantly cu4es anyt.hing bit lsatil
tool Ing s. Thel( (.omman111ding' olile1eCtsarl*
deterilined thltt fItieLion shall bh ca-O
hullyI aVOiltl, aid that, it is by fhitr the
IeSt p0 (y'..V to let, thilts adjlist 0hen
sol Ves. WhI i a veba or< h-r was
mallde, vrani ih Il o nlle4sSion) abholit,
allowingt vighhy monn to at vomnpally. -t.(d1
tho olliial writ,-t order had1i1 not. Ihetn
r'e1414iveil from tihe war dpoiartment, I
to at latte hoti-.h Ode aftel-noonl, bill. Capt(1
Fullerl Was hotirly expect,iin a hvttlr
from the departniot coniiing t,he
Twenty imen will ho taken from catch
company of the blattal'ns, andil the (Itp
tains of the new compailit's wr4ev lbtisily
evgagied t,hls m1orninilrg it Intter-viing
the oll!cers of the comipailles from
which the tmeni are to come, and ever'v
ulin)g will work out all right.
There aie fully one thoul.ani(d soldielts
ott the Hihl . I welve com) palivs, co(-o)
Hititiiv of 80 men etch. takl P6(0 mll(en.
This is Lihe miilinil otumbler. allowed.
1'ight,y-four to each e icoipany is the
ma1fximumn, aind to vec comlpanty folur
recrulits will be ittbded. The( enitive
Ierilment. will t.hen consi!t of 1,008 1tm.
The remova of tite camup is the ne'. t,
problem t) bo dcalt, with. Tomorrow
Ioi'n1lrnig Cols. .Jotes iti Tloilpsonl
and City Engineer Wih-on will go to
Dixilana to ittake a ipersonal inspection
of the place bfore definiitely dveildinl-'
to go there. The oly rellson whly it,
Ws nece''Ssar'y to mloVe I.hV -Oldiers Is onl
accounlt, of t.he t-eal-i'ty of tho wiatev
11pply. Thloe aI' but, two wells of
Waiter nttnevr Sliatidon. id Iitrmissionl
was grantie.1 tho oillvi's to mlowve III(.t
(!nmpll to such'l convomt-lit, plavo at"
would bnst, stilt. It-i. I )ixiaiI
abhout, six mlilvt4 from ( ('111mbit, wa.Is
suggested, id it is 10robabtile tI.t the
Men will he Ioved lhe'. Col. ''hoimp
son todily said that ite had never. h"enl
thec', but tlt) poinlt. was said to be a
Very available platco. City Inlgiheer
Wilson, of Colmlit, knows 1th lIoa
tion Very well, and he will noconilmny
the iilitary olvers through con-e(l.sv
to I'.boim, toI explain t,bl( point and the
deAirability of t.li place.
Light.wood Knot. Spri'gs, also on) tihe
Poujt,hernplI Itailwly. St-vt,jl 0r eitglt
miles from Columbia, is '1n1otlwr point.
81u1We'Sted. If DiXilifia is not decided
on, this plave will Ibe visit'd.
A. 11. N1-larhaiti. of )ingbur, who
WaLS pInIM t.06 Se condl liet"11 m-13n-t, by
Governo' l11eLhe Ihistt Ilht, in onetC of
L.he niew compailos to bto formied, re
signed itN comIImission tohay. lie has
aceceptoed t he posit.ion) of comnu nlaldant. ait.
a militiy school in liilledgcville, Ga.
He itmatde applicat-ionl for a lir.-t lieIten
antcy, but the1 Govern1olrtgaVe him at
80con1d lieitenante .
i OWNSI llI" ('<). N\ISSIGN EM S
- will sve lo it, thoth pliblic roads
lti i. t'r Spect'ivo ''mI shI11p.; Ips .re
worked and puit iln gool repaitr. by the
lirst of Septnilh' and miake( their re
.1NO. N. SCIII'M'I'KIZT,
t,. 31.. Sr8tvtitC'sot.
I have,' ruloved to the0 Store
opposite R ( . \\ iIIhuuts,
wh1erec I lutvo\' a. well .('Ilecte<l
Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing a
A1Ih'C AGi"NTS'' FOl Tilli
Mansion House Steam Laundry,
Ol'' G t(EEN ylIs,M, '4.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
TH iAOMO K hG
'o11ekin iaihaudr tt ill isur
hIiisuh rfeiiist work as t iedn< at I.he
Manston hosefL don't. 'Lindry. a We
not, only giv~o y'ouir lInent a pertf(et eolotr
andl( Iinish. 't, wo sen'id It, htoime in a
'ontiIon t.htit 14r1''4esom fort. ini hot
A E Lc" tt'",i:y LW i
Conunencng Tuwdy, Ags 8l
Enlding Slaturlday, August 27,
To keep from pack
ing away what Summer
Goods we have left, we
are going to pay you
for the trouble to come
and take them away.
ALL OF OUR
Ainslill anid Swiss solil ait Wec,
12,1., anid 15c., Will bo Fold
without reserve fi t
S(aplo and Fiuey Amoskicng
Whito Goods, in piain and ftney,
-41 wlat wo lil thoi to you
YoU Swiss 14"(1gings for,
They are all on table in
centre of the store.
At About HALF Price.
SEE WHAT YOU
can get a
LADY'S WAIST FOR.
A 65c. Counterpane
Buy a pair of Shoes
until you see
'kill'-d high pl-eiC it- l)ry
JON ESUGoodi, Not ions iand Shoei
Next, (oor to
Robertson & Gilder's
Will T. Jones, Nuager
"MOWER SELLS THE BEST"
FIFTEEN DAYS MOR~E
Shoes at Cost!
(Onr (umoins siioi selIitiIg will
con1 t iinu i ye*t jnst li fteen daiy..
It Is a matter of economy with
you---not a question of pro
fits with r s.
In. t h is sa.le oif allI Sn imezr Shoes
at strictly first cost, we havo~t put, our
bes't shoos1 forward
ty' to miInyI peoplie to (omblralce the
oeccasioni to senr 1 s i ome ot'fl th bst,
neautes'it, nIicest , most serviceatble
Shones over sol att such'l pricos in
We' takoe prad1o ini saty ing this
mnehi, andi~ the results of the sale'
and the I u nnIFiy cusiitomellrs wo1 haive
pleased'( wihl ii bea 1u out iln thle stato
lEveu3 thing hats ben' j ust as ad.
ve'rt ised, and11 this prinuci ple will be
ad hered to th rotughiout t he remauihn.
ing days of this sa11o.
If yoti walit a inice
It 301 ~%I (x ford Tie,
h' iap SIlippr
in szl s forl I sl iie n hiie
oI uVVit Shoe,
The Mower Co.'s Is the place
to get them for the next 15
1days at strictig first cost,
No freight addel !.
Shoes bouighit of u1s are' alwatyl
pl)Oishe(d freo of chairgo ut our Shoe
R~oornbe'r flho sale, the price,
t he place, the blit-just Ii fteen daty:
moro of famnous shoo solling.
'G&G.S1 MO WER C
AT CO$TI AT COATII
SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
We will begiln at cletrarleo Stio of all
(I nm I11111:r. C"od. alt "acturial cost,"
on Tuosdaty, June 280.h, and] coltitnue an
long as they Itst. Tho earlier -yoi
coMV, however, tihe bottor Belectfions
you will gut.
I18is Sally inlluides 1 al! 81ummer0 I)ress
Goods, Colored Lawns, 0rgandles,
Dimities. 'eraith-8. Ilrints, Skirts,
(baiuze Undervess, Mitts, Sumer
Gloves, uorsets, &!.
And also includes In other depatrt
montseUnd~e ris, I'olored Latiluoored
Shirts, Mni and Iloys' Straw HaLs, a
lairge l1m of M)en and n11omys' 'ants, Lt
dies atnl (mahirens Oxford Tis n and
Q) Ippers, Men 's 81 11H1mm t1-1. outs 1and
Vests, Lain4) anI)d UL'ra1h Suits, Wihite1
itek ('outs and I'atF. Men's light
Vi l id and a'tent, Leather I ma
And ve will sell diii-Ing this salo
everyt-hliix III our sore alt geatly re
hS-4* 111m)1% wo 141 11 0 it ll. woi
"Wo netvoer atllowV antylne to Noll for
IsI dthCOan 101 d o t lnky t)Vim -H,"( but we
will d1hv)isout, ll formner picesua diuring
4:jCome aid e(e us oftcn.
l'adors of Low P'ices and Rellablo Goods.
Main Street Nowborry, S. U.
A lot of
Linen - -
Shirts - -
bought at bargains
that we will sell out
for less than whole
It is a
When Candy lov
ers get their
that the verdict
is going to be in
They are famous
wherever there ex
ists an a*ppetite for
pure, delicious can
In prfect ini flavor anmd guInit.y, (do
licious14 ean beilful. Mado in
staintly with boiling water.
FOR01 SA LIC AT THlE
J. K. GILDER
A Lot of
Best - Oxfords
for ladies thtat we will sell for'
thie next. two weeks for l(ss
han i cost to iuanti1facturle,
A\ iso a 1lot of C lhidrent's and
M\en 's (Oxfo rds i nclutded in
[Ladies' Oxfords.-.-.-.-.- 2 25, for $1.48
Mlisst s' "' 11 t o 2, 1.5(0 " .98
C2hildrenaa's "' 84 to 101, i.35s " .89,
TIh is mnake( of Shoes is
known to be the best goods
on the mnarket. D)on't miss
this sale; it mueans inoney in