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E. II. AUI,L, MDITOP.
ElI O JCIA L COR ECtCSi'ON IIENCEC.
Columbia, February 9.-The general
appropriation bill 1,as been presented
In the House and yesterday and last,
night was spent in discussing it The
logislative supply bill it Is sald will be
presented tomorrow. That meanig that
adjournment is getting to be in sight.
Last night, however, the Senate re
fused to adopt i resolution to adjourn
oil 17th. Consideration of the 'esolu
tion was postponed to next Tiesdity.
Adjournment by the 17th is out of tle
question. My judgment now is that
final adjourntiliint will be had oil the
?th. That of course is conjecture.
No discussion of any of the liquor
bills has been had. They have been
postponl from tile to time and atre
now not to como u) for at daiy or two.
The way in which all these matters
have been postpoled Confilrms the opin
ion expressed in m)liy tiotes of 'luesday
that at. this session nothing-' will be
donie with the dispensalry. There is,
however, no way of telling just what
would be tile resIlt if the Iliuestiol
were squarely brotight. up on leavimlg
the M Otter to the peOple of each 0un
.y to s'y wlether they wanited proli
bit ion, hi_-h Tiicent or d ispens,ar. That
would be local self-governMlentt. leaving
it. to the people of vach colnty to 11y
what thvy wanted.
Senato' Alppelt, of Clirendon. Who
has been ain ardetit supporter of the
dispensary, last Iight iltroduced a bill
to suibmllit, the qunestion to thk' voters of
cec coutti.. inl anl inltv-iew published
this -ning he says lie is induced to
do thig on lccounlt of the great politi
val iulluence which the dispensary i
assumiling aid onl aecounlt, of I he ict iotn
of certain Iebilers of the board work
ing for aild waitst certai) (andidiates
for poi:ion oil the board, and fIn'ther to
let the people say what they want. IlIis
bill, in) my judgient, is a good one,
bit I t not l.l(tve aVything will be
done at this session.
The ustal fight for and agIinst ILl)
propriattiols for the State colleges i.
Iow on ill the appropriation bill.
The Goverior is not oit, yet, but. is
fjltepresenltative Wyche has bool till
ed home on acconllit (of sickness in his
family, but he is niow it, his post. In a
ColVejsltion% with hint last iiglt he
said in sub1staInce:
"Thle low price of cototi ttd tliv I-e
stltill,g hatid timties iecessitat.e the vlos
est, ecololly itn the Illanlatgelletit of the
affairs of the eouity. I shli favort a
reduction of taxes if it nn be (lote inl
anly WILy. I favor il tleildimelt, to
the conStitutiol proVidilng for at terlm
of four years for all oflicers and bien
niel sessions of the I,egislature, w h ich
will satve to thle peoiple of thle State
fromn $50i,000)( to $l100,000( ever'y ot her
yearll. Ill mly(l oini on tile Legislatur ie
should confline it self more c'losely to1
the conlsidlerat iont of bills of genteral in
terest to the wh~ole Statte and1( pro(v ide
8some wayV in wichel mtllters' of local
concern cani be set tledl by th. counity
"In suggesting g'enitlemien for aitnitiit
men2tlt to the vartiouIls positlins ini thiie
edl, whether' they haive bletn rny pol)iti
cal sitpptor ter's 0or nt. I lim l thiis malit
tet' oif r'ecommltienitng itatndi dtes the
most un pleasanit duty1 I have toa perm tt
as a puiblic servant. I tink all te.e
o!licers should be sutg geste'd in the
chi ef objecttins 1 hav e hecad ut trged
against the magiistraotes itt the couty
aie try inmg t iivial 'cetty a-es. i-uniting
up~ cons5tl)lt costs itand i aniin ig t he
farimers duiringr the busy wtasons~ by at
themn as witnels-Ssi I in * tnw tii a~ a
that ought not to be ttried. TIhe New
berry delegat iton is t!ndea'vorintg to ent
act a law witichi will tonal to pre ventt
the useless pil inrg utp of costs a11tnd une
"'I dlid ntot think it atdviSabhle to aisk
for atn appr)topriiationi for the the pilr
p)ose of inspect ion of foodt, m'tedicintes,
whlilkies,, &..., alt ti ISSstiotn of the
Legisilature', although I thtink it is a
mlatter' of great imp Iorttance. I did not
thlinik it wouild paiSs andl didi not care to
consumtie timetl ini isc ussinrg it.
'"Thlere hatve been aI great mrany abh
surd tandil unneces-ary bill s l i tdutced.
I do not tinik th,at thte I.eg i sat are
i ng imp jOrtanlt, melasur0 es. () ithe t' I co
tr'ary, imi)portanlt liiils atre often'ait
too haistily w3. it hou IOltprpe dilcussioS el
time Is watsted( in conisideintg maiitters
of .io interest, to t he State at large andlt
b)i118 that ouight, not to be i ntrodn teed,t
and if itrodu iced shold1( be dIlspolSed1 of
iat on1cC. InI fiact, whait weC need( int
Sout.h C arol inai is mior'e r'espect 1and1
obeiece to laiw andlt not, 8s) manyt
changes in the la1w."
10. II. A.
An Editoar'st ifii-8avedt bcy Chasnbmt. ri,its,p
, cugh t(.eedy.
I)niring the early parlt, of October,
189ti, 1 contratctedl a bad c)ltd whlieb set
tIed onl mly lngs and( wats neglected
ut,it I feared that conisumplltioni had( tap
pearted1 inl anf inIcipient stIn. 1 was
conlst,antlIy coulghinig anid tryinlg to ex
pel somtethinig wh ich I cotild niot,. I
became alarmed aind after' giving the
local (dOct01r a tr'ial bhl t a bottle (If
Chamberlain's iJouigh Rtemedy anid the
rest wtas lmmediatte imnproevement, and
after I had11 uqed three bottles my luntgs
wetre restor-ed to their healthy statte.
1B. 8. 1Edwards, Publliher of' The IRe
view, Wyant,, Ill. For sale by W. 10.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
I Snoial Correspondonco Herald and News I
Irospority, S. C , February 9.--Mr.
Editor: Old tman Kay has no littl
ti-OtrblO to get 801110 of his items tip to
the ollice, and this Is his second effort
this week, and he hopes that h will bo
more successful this time and that they
will not go astray again.
Last week one of our most important
items was left out, and wo did not
got it in at, all and did not know of It C
until the 1ape 1 m10 out, ad then It,
was too late, anld then we sent it u) by
a friend Monday to be sure that it
would get in, and lie lost it. This is
the reason why we did not, get in the
death of one of out most, estimable la
(ies, Mrs. Laucinda Dominick, sooner.
We have tried again and trust that it
will go through alright this timo.
)id you ktnow of the itimportance that
someiv people attach to Candlemas Day?
'Thle second aily of Februtary is the day,
ard it is said that if the ground hog
Comes out oit that day and sees his t
shadow he will go back and stay for six'
weeks. and that we will have had
weather that long. 11ut, if he does not t
see his shadow he will remain out of
his den and that winter will soon h)e
over. 1le did not get to see his shadow
this year, t)ad we will see if there is
at yt hin in the old saying. \We reeall k
how thesm hings were talked over on
C :s dyin 03r pr11esen1e Whenl we werer
,hildren. b ;t id not kno%V what they
m1a.1Lt. ;ti then we had lot siht of it
Mun . t , weVl* remzlinde,.i of i,t by thle &:e
ye-ar :t_' The Yout*h's Companlion
has %v .ra v- Pr'pey c::p'ets or .his
amie ub;eet in it is!-u of last week.
I tl*k kl yu co and read it ai'ainl.
.\es. I). W. h-tii took advantaLe o
of the gentle iephvrs that are blowinl.-,
in the ILand of Flowrs, and hied her
s.If away to the -amle on la-t Thursday
and will spend some time with relatives
aid frienlds in Mavon, Ga.. and Graines
ville, lla. Ih>ok don't seem to minid it.
buti he says that it is powerfult lone
sole not to id I.eath and tihe baby
whenl he gets home. N lver mind,
Iovk, that is the way Youl will l'arin to
appreviate tho Madam and the babies,
and take the next trip with them.
\Vell, Clhips. I lald woIdeted what
hal haecomlit' of .osh Tr1ump11a, as he itas
not showi a1p inl tll' volliumins of The
Slrild and Nvws for some time, whet
on pikil. uap i colly of th e Stylus for
.lanat y, Wllat shilud I sol! but t t arti
ale frot thc pell of the veritable .osh
hiitsalf. lie ails left Its setlibblers to
get tilong as best we canl without Ihin1.
\What Alall we fill, Chips? Can't
volt idue 114111 to r,t'n,111 to his first
love otte(t more? a we will ho "lef .
\Ve are glad to report, that t.hern is a
ne w fivilm inl to wn. Capt,. It. S. H oozer.
ias assot-iated Witi hitself inl tle fer
tilizer hisit:ess the i firlof!. ' Bowers
& ('o., with hi IleadulitaIters in tie store
If the said hirm. They will d a gen
eral fet,iIi zetr busi ness, antd ask theirt
friends to givye thet a caill.
Mr. A. \V t"otle, of Ortangebua.rg
('outy, was ott a v'isit to th1e homeu of
'alpt. II. S. I ooazer' last week, atnd hias
returnedti'a to his hotme. NI\t'. l''oglec is a
radatelItit of Newher Ci,'', ol lege.
Miss l-',heol Il'aysintget' lhas lbeent ott a
visit to hert aut, Mrts. .1. I'. \Vheeler',
iad her' ganidfat her, Mr t. II. S. hlooze r,
I )r. l-. N. N<ileri htav in g baett elected
:ia1adele.ate, tat thet Natioal l)a'ttal A\s
in Na w <rtleoants thlis week. left here
latst \\'edm i a dayt~ to ait tendi thle sessionts
(of thae suame. ltk w'ill also take int the
Maritdi-Gr'as while itn the ('r'escent City.
I Iowi wa' wish thalt wea. a'oul.b e with y<iut
an tis ttripI. (hld boy,' lbut ther contditioni
of (auit a'xchiapter' forabids.(
'PTa' iiaoaal :nte'at itg of thte l'r'osper'i
tvy ( 'atnning a 'o. will Ibe behal by adljourn't-.
tte'tt faromt thea a'va'ning of the 7th to
thle a'venting of the l*sth. The mieetitg
wil b.- he~ld ma thaa adli'a tat the, 'ros
paarity Saock (ae. 'Te copanyatt has
adi.;-oi tat i's ptack fatt the last sca-'
sT het.t ain , a p r p o
itrammlti as pumb!i.shaed in Th'le li'rald
(t'atn tIhe very compttllimetary ' remrartks
t haat we hard,al it was a satc'cess. Tlhea
obal tan was prev'etedh from tittendingi
lay thmm~a'',ever pre'vma'tt d a'm', 'ma badc
cobal." tmucah to (jilt regret. bat we are
go(itng to the tne'xt one. if we are able.
I)f'. I,. (i. ('ortlae'tt ttatl' a IIyitfag visit
thant thet muda t haare is a'imp;ly awtitl,
mudtl is, knoaws what that lmtans. I betae
is tio aua'h mottd in anay part of Newba'try'
(:0o.tty thtat I hiae tver si!en. antd dontt
waniet to ..e' at.t
A 1a.in aire we: c'a.lld to Ihourno the
loss oft onet oft our tmo- t'stimatble Ia- a
dh-'s. Tlher'te' is ainoth.-r' vac'arnt chair
anda atnot her loean hais hadu taka't trotta
it a mttot hter. ainda t he thibirtantthus bte- i
r'et calledi to moutirae thirt best anadj
ru1(st bleloveda fiend. MIrs. Lasucinda
Ihanatintiak, wife of A. I'. l)om,liik.
gentt hy fell a-Ieep; ott thte 2tth of .Janu-'
arty, andil was bddla to r'est int loXpr-'itIy
cemtetery on thea folilowing daty. Site
will be isedl here,* butt shie has otly
gotie (al before to ait t th 0ecoottIntg of
te lovedl otaes left, be'hind. Shec is
now itn te gr'eenpantures and( sittitng
beside te still wattet's of theo Maater'"s
love antd tmet'ey. SIhe leaves a htuabtand
anud lIve chiilde 1 an'ttd miany relati ves
atnd fr'ietnds to mnotrn lher deatht.
T1hie Lutthe'rn Visitor' atd thte Southi-I
eeni Ltet'rn hatve tinited atnd put aJ
'phonte int the editot''s homte, and now
Dr. 1Unllman nnn cull nn) allte folks .,in
,wn and in Newberry who have
Mr. E. B. Kibler left Wednesday for
'olumbla to work -on the State print
ng. This makes three printers from
iur town at this work.
Mr. A. G. Wise left last week for
ohnston's, Augusta and the West.
Mrs. Sallie (alnes, of Little Moun
ain, visited relatives here the past
We have had two extremes in weath
r the past week-one of rain, the
ther of cold.
Rev. J. ). Kinard, of Leesville, at
ended services and assisted at Grace
hurch last Sunday.
J. A. Wessinger, Esq., of Ballen
inle's, Lexington County, came up to
ur town to look up a nice saddle
orse, and of course his wants were
Cotton has been selling here for 6
,d 6 05. If only our 4 and 4'cents
ales could be made over again at the
iresent, lrices, what a difference it
vould inake to our people, but, then it
viil be low enough again next fall.
At the coogregational meeting in
raceo chiirch Siunday the same oficer
if the congregation were re-elected for
he next, Year.
Dr. 11alman and Rev. Kirkpatrick
vill he away to their other churches
undaty, also Rev. Arial. Rev. 3lan
on will have services in his church.
. i a Enerpriahig D)rugglst
h'lere are few mien more wide
wake nad enterprising than Rob
rston & Oilder and W. E. Pelhani,
vho spare tit) pains to secure the
iest of everything in their line for
heir niy eustoier4. They now have
he valuti-ble aRency for Dr. King's
ew )iarovery ft,r Conisuiption,
'oughi o ti Utida. This is the won
erfui reiedv that is producii such a
uror all over the vountry by its many
tartling etires. It aitbsoltuttly cures
oalt ima, Bronitlis. Ioar!-en.ss and all
tieetion iof the Thoat Cthest and
.un11g4 Call at shove drug store and
tt a iril bst,tle fret: tir :a regular size
i e'ts ald $1. Guarant.ed to cure
r price reftitdlA
IeUIdios for Colds.
Ro-inedies for Coughs.
Remedies for Sore Thront.
Remedies for Croup.
Reeinvdies for Bronchitis.
Remedies for Consumption.
Everything for tho sick at close
-igh Grade and Stand
ard Acid Phosphate,
with or without -Pot
-iot Boy Fertilizer.
,old Dust Guano.
Dotton Seed Meal.
Kainit and Muriate Pot
3et others' prices and
call on us; will save
Newberry Oil Mill,
3y L. W. Floyd,
Stop thiat Hack(!
Ik-fore it is too late. The time to
aicklo a cold is when it is just begin
ing. A bottle of Robertson's
Xnmpountd Cough Syrup if taken at
ho right time will save you a sever
liness. It gives instant relief from
hat dlisatgreeale rawness of the
biroat t hat conmes wvithi a cold,
udt is ini no way unleaisant to take.
t's price is only 25 cents a bottle,
id ismannfactu red and sold1 at
RO)BERTSON & GILDER'S
Riemeumber we carn satisfy all your
ther drug store wants.
TATIE 01. SO(ITl CA it ) L NA,
' (liA T1i*(;<>(:lqT
Wh- 11 ll ti.refGr. t5. SitM ari d
htti~ialh ade sit.I to e rt1ie
riat hm ilt r ofC,ilh Admnrtono
i the litae n leth oyf' Joh Mayr
VTet he hae, wefr tho cite and ad-ut
nonlit,shll ad fjitngrartekdre
ein deceared, that thiy tbe and
low ne1t ay of February rnoliroij
cloc in. forenoonC, to show cause,
lotice of Appliciatioll for lIlmstad.
llAITA T 1' OF 1'i! CA R01,1 NA,
COUiNTrY OF NEWImIEitY,
i'x I 'arte o arah Annar Clarkt,.
~T~IIC 4 1E11EtiiCY (IVE.N
.this Saraih An Cit larke bye filedi
i rmy otlllo an ippl ient,iiin to) have a
Ilomes$teadt appr)taisedI and set, aside to
erselfV anid huer cihild ren in the, lands
nd~ petrsonal property of her hiusb)antd,
W. ID. H AI.IDY, Master.
Januar.y 10th. 1899.
WHI T E
Is moving along
well, and we are
gratified at the'
way in which the
have gone out
during the last
To make the
sale still more
have added 25
to sell at lOc.
U*s&See the Under
wear display in our
window. Every gar
ment good and the
price right on each.
All Winter Goods
AT COST. .
Beginning today ad continu
ing until Saturday night, Feb
. rary 18th, I will sell every.
thing in my store in~ the way of
Winter Dress Gloods,
UInderw~ear, Boots, shoes,
At Actual First Cost!
This is ai great~ opp)ort.unity for
the people ini towna and counI
try to sunpply their needs at
wholesale prices, and if you will
neced anything in this line in the
next three months it vwill pay
y'ou to buy themi now.
Special bargains offered in all
the other lines in the store dur
inig this sale. Come and see us
The Poplies Store.
N ewt er: y, 8. C., Feb. J, I1898
We are receiving ne w
goods almost every
day, and offer them at
reasonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
H ~rnto H, ( '. VV lisiufs',
rTIWWit Wil,d, HMJ AN V,XAMI
runary 18thu, betweenji the homur of 9D a.
in.,ari r, K, 01
Have just .tins:.:.d takingi
Stock and find we have nioe
winter goods thain we care to
carry over The following
goods we will sell at a big re
and UNDERVzS' ESTA
and all other wollent goods fmr
the next sixty days.
Will have a now lot of Embroid
eries in a few days at a very low
price. Good many romnants in the
lot; will also have a shipment of shoes
in a few day& which wo-\'I also sell
Thanking all of our friends for
their trade in 1898 will try and serve
them better'in 1899.
Yours to please,
Davenport & Renwick'
That the Book Store is
the place to get your
Christmas presents. \N e
have a full line of
For tho Christmas trade.
Of all kinds.
Give us a call before buy
ing. We will take pleas
ure in showing you what
we haye, whether you
buy or not.
J. K. GILDER
tiRE1T AD 8S1ALL FOR
ONB AND IlaI1.
Toys, for the
Mother Goose Stories.
Kris Kingle Series.
Books for the
Come and see what
HAVE FR YOU,
WNe will not close out, hut Wi
the same old stand, and woul
old customers, alld everybod
barains to offer in all kinds
Boys' Shoes H-ts, Shirts, Un
thinge in our line.
We will in due time opel
Well selected stock of Sp
We are buying our Spring S
know we can l6ase you ii
workmanship. (ome in an<
now, and watch out for our
PHE N9MBERRY CL(
From the Highest Grad(
......To the C
Prompt Attention Given
7tiflre' and HOlSCollld MWAlliIllIS-Ma
Newberry, . .
IHE STANDARD WHEI
ICq(u ; ped w it,h Cn. & .1. (lineber Tires. I?
NATHAN E. I
:/f''Now Pahrin for 1tepaeiru for unLI& al18
51.00 a year - - -
Amiuong the4 Hspecil
A N ICW iCIla l IY 11Il)Y
.ly Miss il
Ill' NAVA i, Hilli OI' 'Il Til W AlI
Coniiios 11 hy ih h JClighouCt, nullI I
Im inge crei a~ rt icluc,
A l 'lene i n C ibt li ivinge 'I' irpcedol
'eo I gii. in Mo.riern /unrfure'
i'eloraphl gI.hool, Wiron
TheDfy will conoiii from,
lCmlynytIi( Nipllog ~ ilh,e, liar
W'linieu A llan Whllin .lohn, A Ilii
Pflumiin OnJ in,lg,' (hJeeliffo'. Il
' ny iuDeDrunn Mergan, Itol
un !? fiolieeI,e 'lee,Inton io
Wu/4 ubuDIliJl libtlh It 0111mhIor of vetry
*i*i ii o a o fe iil t h I) shrI., cri#sy, dlra
niy rmuIllrt h Ic i om in s ke n an a p
TH . 8. 8. MoOL
200 East 26
MW YORK CITY
It kontinuo the business a
d be glad to see all of our
else. Wo have sone big
of Clothing, Men'S and
(lerwear, and in fact every.
i up a fresh and
ring Goods I
tock with great care and
ii p-ice, quality, style and
I ge, some of our bargains
'pring Stock a little later.
I - (
eapest Wood Coffin!
to all Orders
MieAT ALL HOU RSI
rle aud Granite Monuenil Wort
. . S. C.
L OF THE WORLD!
ill of ne w fea*nres'. Call and see themn.
MA GA ZINE
- - -l1c. a copy
l'Rlt L IE 01" LINCOLN.
, lHY (JAPT. MAIIAN.
LII"M E --EAL EXPEIE1NCES
:)rit I' ie on ", n lovelopmenefts iri
ni, E xploration
I do~nri p1ivo' or
Ii viiolvedi Prob)olem of Astronomy
I 4fo' inI th D)op.'st Mines -
Wht. Peniry is Doing in the
Thle Teles4opo-Pictu1res by Trele
r Hnrahi Ornr, Jewott
I Octaivo TIhnet
hoirisoni -I. Nesbit
is Ellen i 'agow -
striking stories by ntow writers,
mntic episodes from renI life which
111n1 foniture of McClure's.