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H. 11. A U,L, EDITRo.
I(ecollctilons of ia Native Nowborrian
Mr. Editor: My late remniisetces
only went back to '52-iny early inan
hood (lays. My inrtmory of Newberry
and her people go('s back us fur ats the
great star shower which fell in
November, li 18:1l. 1 was then
four years old, and rememher a neg'o
conilling to our Iiose re'('ati ly excite(
atnd (c'alled to mny lather to etu ul (tick,
the stats were all falling 'uilt) did not
get, any thiIner.
My fat,t' r was then overseer for ia
man(1 nlamilled t'en'iattndle., whose 1lanltal
tionl and negrru qularter was abouit t wo
milles frorn tot'nt on th:o I.indl'ty bniridge
road. ''iaindez huilt the ii rick hotel
in New'i'rrv a1ott 1 it titne, and I
have biu'ted rahits i in an old livid
where I t brick were natite to build
what. wa- then tie l1rget, house in
i'rtnaiidez sol(1 hi lands to .1thre
O)'N.te;d an11tii it.,t l 'o ' .\i:l . 1.: an a-U t
'.> or '%
My lir-1. s("hoolingr wase to at L(t.cher
iattne l T.lu1ninC .lohun:, wtho taulllt, lt
oltI I:het zr1' .chtli l lousl". I re' nlin
her ()rl:'Indo I l t,l' rb1"t't I'rait. h r
lm all iiaill ;atid t;t'-. i In liv t'\ t, ,l
fro: l to .; h .hol . i . l-.
wt O , .olo ph :itit n I t1 ilt i'l: " (ll(un :'t
t e l' lpil ;0 ( n: ha11' c ho"o.l2 l: li-o
I it a''2111- 26 lI';I Ib I tt11 1 .i1.,, UII Li:
11lie intl . wa e ll 1:. ii : . fu. l: t t t.l -
ifet, 't 7 ts i' M it n :1 n 11. t' . - .,. 11, \ Ilti.
t iln h a ( oo! 1<;ili t i ;mI a1 t li-%% inr .
J T h l1 i tn I a i 22 ti' l"at lit ' t i
I saitl to hiho .a tit' 'ou ih' hnt tw
Iie." ll -.Iplir2 , ''Ytt I t it' h .\ 1 M tln!
2( n yt'I 'V." W\ 'e li t't 111't I t. 1''y aw'. t
Mtl nt. \IIchool4 u a- at (ll I1ar.11trdll
School h nt , tII: tih Itby ti ol uni n
naune('d lInl r. S nI-it t of ti- tow'n t
Iys n ltt It. Io iat -22 ool. \ y ntxt w."a,
to1 the 1twni at"ntdemy\, wh1i("b1 toodl inl \
the lower plart, of wh iat w . t known
is the acau1'ctnyl (htl li shl"(, lht'e'l' We I
to pla, towil ha2l all hull pell to our I
Itarts (' onittent. II,i.4 ' and fkat. hatlli
tv o takle'n iit' it :l' Itho e t't' itin; I
gam111e(S, but, w(t idt gtint ft Ith i-ht.
'.'hat school wra, taul~ht, by at do(wnf
1';ast, lun('(, ttho- b u I ('e lt(I2 t k as
ofteni raIsed( to boiliin hteat byv IIw('
pranks of -ine1A of the Nwhi1t'r Ihy-. I
tilet wor!,t of whti ' i2 wt'as t ht" lkillin:_ of at
towcn hog one tialturdlay, alnd! putting
the carc a; unt' tihe platf(l.forn (n which I
his innat 't ,at. lIy the- midi. (of
the n"xt. we 1:k lt t"- at. terrib C ilb-d
th .' n th1" roonl Of thlt lS'1ho hout.t's.
II. wtta t-'t''. i :t - It h tl7(in'' It s' |((N';t i(I(>;
of th lt' wftiu o(io ita r io li . 'ilht' j ir't
pcltrators t of (tt act wi'tre n(" "r in- i
forined upo anl,I ':imdy "u bil Io. T'ho-s t
who did it k 't hIeir own"I ('unll -". W1't :
roin(nther 1 h(' In I of stever 'r: t! t f t oh(
puplil:: (f Ihat :,(hoottt --.i l 1 n t In i l k
Cari2lk , 2. 0lca :ait .lir y to w:u t hle d n i
will of whirae bay d the reaoo i
ton, (CO .LN'
in t.e ye r 'll I we t to choo ; At.
Baohman Ubapal and Union Academy VIps
Sehool oponed on Monday, the 17th,
with i goodI attendance. 'PTe Iatronls
mnet t.ho satntte unorning antd unanl
inously re-elocted Miss Iessie Domni
nick as teacher for,tho next, schoinsti:
MIAss Mary Jane Norris resumed lier
school at Jolly Street last Monday.
I wonder if ethere is any cabbage
hr.)wn in tho 'Stat,e this year. If any
n1 knows of the like it, will he an item
if news to tell it.
Mrs. .1. .1. (allnan visited in the
\Monticello seetion in I irllield County
he latter part of last week.
We hope to be excuseI for our short
'unlings in this letter. as ol1 Mrs. ('hips
s away on a few days visit, ai.d outr
nind is somewhat noneollectiye.
\Vell, Josh, we commend you very
nuch for your good behiaviour duIring
our his trip inl thet t'ountryv. W1e
1o(igl t thltt yot were tot. gool a hoy ]
.o not hecd ood advice.
.\lrs. II. R. ICps retur'ned hontie lalt I
\londay froin a few days visit anon';
'elatives in the New IHope section.
>ld I'nele .\lfred uill'kind riek necoitpa
lied ht'r hlne and spent the day wit.h
!t'1r' got . to(iI)h tl' r o not
Ve will have a correslot dents gather
ng or picnic, as you pIlaSe to call it.
'ow friends, as yolu ill kcnow, Kay,
i lua atd I'hipr. t had tery hadl iuck in
ht , 'i-Io t ',ast \;"ar, !. tr fu rt we 1,akw
1 '. I bty' to appo,t)lit the folltwino
1.1 'ittet' of arraigeant'nts to Iake the t
:Itt intO ctloi dt ertl iun, feeb1, t s- i
:ui tl :li i ch whatt-r way the d thecide
he l per '('feet ly ag'reeabrle With all1 t he t
t t' of the corr tesp nth-nts. ,1o 1h
In1 . I.t' i at a tld I' sl a:'t' til' tesrn
ttt t't' (10. t it , tw wan VL to 4() to
frot' , ttt t ht li:er illItee tofether.
it] it ' a il tsw llat t i t i'lt W i 1 dl ' to t
\.'W" are wilung'. any wyay the cuin1
litt'e i ayi tecidte- t
thwig eeit ut etlp theSt.ht- hltitnven
vio' itn lat Srida-.'hildn' eOtayeatli
;ti'l til lfitsl~t, t$5 nt 2t Isiie
olly.Slreet on 'atttrday, also a h:arl-h
lit- at, lI'rosptrl'it, the ut at |Itthnan
'h th which was furnished in the f
n1te'e,t of the church was not, veryt.
rell a ttendt-. N tw il!. ttndlilg the
mall crowd. thIt. who attended de- t
e'\e lilnut'h Praseiu, ats t,e all spei
h-ir Inone <I nite liberally. ( th' friend,il
(i. I,. Straul,s, who is always char'ita- 1
le' ati pit'n heart(*d tl i''ves sp c ialL
)trai:<. tk-idtes himnself, he paid for het nl so i y u plde,a dn
tiling how le ny' se1. (iel at. the lh-m n-t
Ide tau . \Ve h-"arn I hat a neat, little i
lit' of h)et wer'nljt l$t,a l *2( was ilt ati e. t
t\' wocrnht give fnller d1etails, butl (ur1'
Iit I lIe't a wits j leient, ai d l wt' toltd 1
lint that we wo ulti look to him to shoot I
)1 1 itl l i g 'l ll for 4l teh lien lli I ll '
r;ol'h'ette at .It)11ly St r'erL iitli. :ii
se are sure that both will be fully r-t"l)
lbe lt't utll"' ' i ( aill' a. e \I'd b ' t''
)it, at his i'tie :t) t lat abou t, Ii'
I ntfein 'etchat with hii t ni. \\' . had not
.t'en'tilt' . N[oe week sets beleor,to
t\'t bielit"Ve th:lt ih- Is !ettin g inure
L lltt'il if to the it (iof ('<(Iu fti ita -
illi'te. le iiil''t l ( h t h a
Stuivt fewhu weksafter he atoo ch(iu-iii,
isl (Ve-C .llIti' tl tt ryl of itt s litti' 11
''llite tileli (ifV tha\'Ills tolit tway
illilI dull ' falnl11 ttwhOt i ' e et u inIg
li'ii,t litti ti k' lie s111 tu "vtae t t e-\(li
Itli e till le.t illIl o t n )' lt
Vit'l etc ilitstit ist lut'll a It) Il ] lt')d
'-atedt''t tof ay .the \ellitor't i. <ad t\ha .
'hipeha roly er n goit al -)u\'it sitred
hu iya ndit tO elins Ithia itri hso b en
lsit veHti' (ld I l i er h t I wili) we'lteo ('c.
pio teilt It'ilt t lit' wolt ten I (I e \' ilti- ato
List iili we ilel' i. ills t ill bi e t ' t.i ni
ot' the eliatig'he' lelt ttit Iof aoe
~iVtl. ht, owing, tol tila\'e thea veill
of!lt te Vn'ie leuld ltlit'ni (ee' thet t t lle t
i lie.oi You th l t WritHa to('hip rn I o e
(I;It, til n te \'u l e I h'if-ts ti (it.
\l'or.e 0111'or wuetonk and .\a totelp keo
mrswet ieIy int s thine \\'e ant
itl I(I row (Itriit utd we wa in it tef
littlew ' thel hilot aid we walsi cf
ip;atth powter. We faili not t ra
this11 its it'r wrt me,tt'dy bt t Ilit ese
of'e rieul a Itiri tat wit' wint otile-o
... nf.','enet' i. .i il ti)n.. \'
kill. For further information call on
An epidemic of typhoid fevor scomns
Lo prevail hai Newberry. Ift seems to be
inoru it"ulunt- arund thu factory thain
ly whero oese. 'Ti s 1s somewhat un
.ominon for Newberry. There is cer
'Itin ly at cutsu for the germill to exist.
We not,iced some time ag,"o some com -
)latint wab mnad about, the water, say
ng that it was supposed that the water
n the stand pip)e had become infected;
tt an exIlanat,ion was so00 given say
hg that it was hardly probable, ats there
vas 200,000 gll lons of fresh water goin g
it every day, and is pumuped in att, the
J)ottonl with such foree t.hatt i kept the
Vater agitated to such an extt, that
til ini,pm-itie.s, if ally, would likely
low to the top. This looks retason
tble. It is not, our purpose to dictite
,o the city of Newier"ry or any other
llatce where we are not direetly inter
'sted. Iut fromt what little time we
invo been ir3 a(t arouid Newberry we
.hink we knew what she nceds to mtak1e
ler people moture healty. Just travet
wouund those back streets iid through
actoryviiIc lato in tie C%eening and
'O e"l 31ooni, see that, the whole atmtnos
ihere is inift.ete1d. The fact of the husi
less is, tLe City hat s be0 come so ienscly
> 1 ultte( that. the imlplnritiei accumt tt
ate to such an extent that nothing but.
l ine of sewerage to Carry it oil will
Ilswe' the pnrpose. We don't sup
mose that, there is atny one in the city
Vho would (13(:4tionl the faet that, the
te'atst. n1ee l of 11 to Vil todaty is a
ibiolrougIi svstenl1 of setweraeg. New
err"y is still Ilooking fotrward to bild
nuld upl andI fiu-ther increase hler" popul-t
ion. 'i'heil it seeins to us that, there is
t Iii 1g in0ore imipor)tant for he' to leot:
tier L.ati3 the health of the town. So
,hat i. she w"aitin; on') She is up-to
ate in u'vey'vtil ('l00. I'totle like
u l11Ve to a healthy tiow.
i r. 'ITho. W. I''elet's It) tn"ne( fromt
he hospituil il ( 'harlt'.tn last, Sunday.
Vt' ar31 "lb1d to note that he is much
\I is- \lagg is \Vt'dentan, of \\alton
ection, is visiting r. 8. .1. N inard and
't'he lolg w ished fot' rali has com3 1
tt. The 1 >ple have' almost, wished
Ie:nselves to death this snummc' for
aill. If thcre had beenl Illore pr"ayin lg
.tl less wishinig and wicked retut"ks
.hout the weather, nt doubt but what.
'oi woiildl have seit, the blessed show
'rS lp11n 111- parched eart soont-.
.ii-t \ion(Iay and ''ue"dlay we had nice
howers, and \\ednesday it, rained
ltty well all daty. Now that, the
hirsty earth is once more satisihed.
'Ver\ plnt has beg'3ti to pit On new
ife. and we hope to on1 be able to re
)ot't arops lillllroveti beyond oal" expcc
ation . (1Li'S.
l k nar((kt's I ruic Ner'o
\\'as the resulit of' his spilenidid healtlh.
:ldoniitahle will and ltieeaious eint'r
V 3rt not fuun(1 where'':umaeh, I.iver,
idot ' antd lIhw'els 11e out of' order.
I yOIi want t iVee (ttaAities and the
nccess the.y- brinr , i e I)r. King's
ew I.ife l'iJs. i develop eve'r'y
til rug Stoi t's.
Grea l'1 unday3131 8se3i I,' wtonrs.
TIh e Sa1l Lin Ad~ivocat4e in3 its r'eport of
.3 3or'y ('hiurzin l 1a'a1. 1ounty 31 make4((s
lw t I lowVinIg 11)o1inpl14i4entary m3313tion3
if N~'eherri:,n3. in3 at~ite tc:
1)1r. Ileliu. lIeCv. \\'. I. I ierbert431 and31
'resi. '33t. Geo. [1 .3 ('romll1 of New
clTy''3 were'4 there't ar3d a8 41 matterC3 of
13u338: were .reat 4' 'it 403ns t(o the
iei't ng. TIIeV are1 112'(at 83unday(
ch13, I workers3' and)1 (44n3 give' valuable(h
13d 1% ise. ins 3 ilet '(WI 4(3 II 1308( whoi wantI
I. learn3 3triore about1 tilik grea'3t, wor3k.
13 3,a 1''3trfect3y 1(teliablo.
We hatve soldI mny3 d itferentL '0ough
n i4.s, but none3 33a giveni belt.ter
41 et41Ii>n than(3 ( 'I3ihaube llail's,' aa(v5
l1u.u-l34k'; li.13zhauer, ii3ruggi4t,
um'W(3. N. J1. "'It is ipe.-f1.t tly safe and3(
'-3n be4 relied4. upon3 in) al 34ase1 o)f
I. I 'i'l an33 I )l'33.gist.
VCnl frlu' iitln
Tin' allt' a '' nti1. o1.1 of3'. 4 (l33 l s 1)3
tpplien 1441on to il'e( dont4 IIirZ(1zog. ('h-m-i
(03 ('illehge, 8. ( ' lid It.
Cmarracy)3, B. Co.
This' institution)3, famous nin. the his413"
or of5 eduent311' ion in South(13gI 13'arolina,.3(3
zed44 and1 nowy, wVithi a lar3ge 3and able
"3acult1.3, is preparedl'C1 to do co)1llege work
>cf I he1 very33'1 hihst gradel(. Nearly13 twen6y3
thousan33d dlarsi' ha4ve been23 appropri
(1t1d for' impr113ovements33. A sp)ilnid4
new huliildinIg is bini3g (4'(ertd which
will (contain3 3a lar'ge Auditor'iumi, a1 fi
brary('3, a1Ih4l~ itaing- taIn'1, aL Museum'11I (If
Na3t ur'al S4i1ece, a beau(3tiful1 hall1 for' the4.
111'lterary0(4 ocety and)1 some13 needed1C olliees.
Thei buld 1. inig will be furn'lishecd with ne1w
heat(1ing apparatus( (3 thlroughout, all thet
rooms31 will be1 supp)hlied1 with newV. furni33
phy3'si (al(, cheica and13131If mineralogical(
13abora'3tor13ies2 will be equipped1(1 -ini short
e'verythin1133g tha4t is necessar(1y in the1(
wor'k oIf a1 Iirs't,-Class woman33's colleIge
vrill be1 prov01ided'. TIhe( siLe is unequajlli
ledI 3 813 in iout Cor'olina3 fori beau3ty and31
for'I 4( helthfailness48. I,Aimestone11 ('ollege~
mak(Iesi its apea to 1134 pele01t str3itLy
(o3n1. itowni mei 't). I,.it4rary'.. ScientiIet,
and11 (Comm3rcia3( Cours(es 54. Thel) re(gu13ar3
(1olleiLe de tgrs are4 g1i' venl''t3 by the au1
thiority. of the( tate11 (of South.1 ( 'al(.ina13.
Aln epec4iay lin1'e134 ('033380 in l'1edagogy
is (oIfered4( to 1.hose4(145 deiring to bCcome31
teach. Ii'rs. Therl are'4 L34 three1' deparl(1t
ment313, the44( 'olb-'g4, 1.,he Semn3ary, and1(
1.h34e l'rh3uary3. 1.e ,4Limes Ctone1's friends
and1( form33er stud4.31Es tellI thle ne1ws all
over1 Lhle Souith. Th'Ie r'4eered Capt.
Hf. I'. (h'illjth is the( Senior)3 l'r'ofessor.
I 'rofesor WHale 1t. IBriown, recently of
Wint11 '~hro College'.~4., 131 11( he new, pro'fessor
of musicd. I''or' f urt her in formation ad(
(1ress thn0 i'' shlet
Hil Life Was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizer
of HIannibal, Mo., lately had a won,
derful deliverance from a frightfu
<h ti. Ili telling of it he says: "I
was taken with Typhoid Fever, thal
ran into Pneunonlia. My lungs be
camite hardo.1. I was so weak 1
e.)utldi't set up lin bed. Nothinp
hellied 1ne. I exp'ted to soon (lie o
ColsunptIon, when I iearl of 1)r
King's New i)lecovery. Otie bottk
gave great relief. I continued to usc
it, and now am well and strong. I
can't say too int,eh in its praise.'' 'I'ih
nmarvellous medicio is I(lie urestu a1
(uickeat etro in ihe world for all
Throat and1 Lung Trouble. Itegulai
sizes 501) cents andlcl $1.I0. Trial bottles
free at all Drug Ktores; every bcttk
A S-10.00 ilieylo u(Itven Away Ilailly.
Tile publishers of T'.i: N1l:w Yoiti
STAR, the handsomely :ilustrated Sun
day newspaper, a'e giving a I i(1
(iGAIu: HicYcl.: each day for the lartg
est list of words made by using the let
ters cortitined in
"T-11-E N-'-w*V -o s- -.a w
no 11n re tiiles in1 any one.111 l wor tli'ii it
is (mld in The New York Stir'. ,'eb
ster's Dictionary to be considered t'S
aut,hlority. Two Gtu)u WAT"rll-:s (lirst
class timue-keelers) will lie givon daily
for second atnd third best lists, and many
othet" valithi rewards, incliiig i)ii
ner' Sets, Teat Sets, China, Sterling Sil
verwmare, etc., etc., in order of nlIrit.
This eduetional coutest is binill gi;el
to advertise a:nd introduce ti is sue' css
ful weekly into new holmes, and all
prizes will be awarded prompt,1y with
out part,ialit,y. 'I.'w lve 2 cent staimps
must he inclosed for thirteen weeks t rial
stubscription with full part,ic11htrs atnd
list of over300 val,able rew:u-ds. o'nl
te'st Opels il?' I aw_rds comiieno 24ol
ltly, .1une 2till, tiid cioses iIn,itdaty. .\u
1:t 2ist., I Y. Your list ca rt'le 11 uIs
;uly duy b," e ien te se datles, and will
receive the alwiu d !o which it, nvv he
entitled for that, lay, and you' name
will he printiitd in the followin; issa of
'I'li-: NI.w 1'Uit; S a1 :. <>nly one Ii't
I-an he entered by the sainie pk';ou,
Plrizes are oll exliilition at, T-l: STAl's
bu0slIness olliet's. I'e-sons securt'in; )i
!yeles inay iave cholice' of iLadies', t:(.n
Lleioen's or .l111ve iles' 18!9 illodel, color
D)' size desired. ('all or address I)ept.
"M"Ti-: N -:w VYoux STrA , 23ti WV. :th
titreet, New York City. f&t tit
The trustees of the .IIlenia schools
District No. 28,) will meet at school
house, August 1:th, to elect teachers
for white tid colored schools. Appli
f"ations (:tni he sent to cit hier of the un
lersigned. I'lease state salary wanted.
litiY I). Slio ti.:y.
G. P1 11,
td. .1. T. DENNIS.
The )atrons of Trainwood school,
(District No. 47,) will hold a nieetinig
[ni h'riday aift''nooi at, " o'clock, A u
zust 1 Ith, for the purpose of elect.ing ia
teacher for the pull)lie termn. TIhe Sal
Liy is r_2. per imont.l for fir:t -Irale
tenehcr. Hoard can be had at $8 per
mionthi. and pr'obably cheaper. A ppli
catiois canl he hlntled to any of the
un(ersigIned trustees by that dlate.
1). W . li.\itt1":, Newberry, S. C.
J1. \\. 1; l'IN(i, c
td. J. It. l:tE.\(;N, IIelena,
'There will be iL mi1eeting at Snvrna
chool-house on Saturday. J1uly :.'th,
for the pur'p)ose of eleetl:i . teacher
for thlie iex ' sess iell. Sala 1 $25 per
nontI I. Applications mist h- handed
the unde igA ed nefore I hat (dlte'.
J. G. SNi:N
- -AT --
In order to close out iny ivdock a& re
taLil, I Iinud it nle2ceesILary to 1dd niew
goods, tif articles we have sold oult, andl
I ha ive juist openedc( ive en( CIesI of 1Dry
H1 osiery, Tlicking,
Inidia ILUI s,
I ~onsdale Cambnlric,
Fruit of the LoomI andi
Andro1 1 scoggIin Bleach1, Em~ ll
briderciies, nLdies' Unider'
sh iirts, an<l( N otions,
and :300 dozen spoois of ( oates Cottoi
all at WVhiolesal.e I 'rices.
Come anid See us often.
A. C. JONES.
'l'll PMl'GI'bS STOlIUM,
Newhieriy, 8. C., .luly -I, 1899).
I am now to be found
in the storeroom for
merly occupied by the
Newberry Clothing Co,
and have my store nice
ly fixed up and will be
pleased to see my old
customers and as many
more new ones, and
show them my well se
lected stock of Watch'
es, Jewelry, Clocks
Spectacles and Silver
ware which I sell chear
WMatch and Clock re
pairing a specialty.
Jeweler and Ontioinn
We desire to direct your attention
to our beautiful line Shoor Gauzy
Summor F'ashioils. 'lhis lino em
braccs aIll (ho now and standard
things of the season from cheap to
fino. Th price:, iavo bon scaled
(o? r- t) the very lowost. amargil ini
order to movo thom. You can tioo
in groat variety
Persian Lawns, Paree
Lawns, Checked and
St:%pod Lawns. Pique,
Cordette, French Or
gandie, Domestic Or
gandie, Dotted Swiss
Mull, Dotted Swiss,
Plain and Printed Dim
ities, Lawns, Plain
Muslins. Ask to see
the Special French Or
gandie, reduced from
25c. to 162 c.
Wo are bettor prepared than usual
to sorve you with
We have kept up our stocks, and
will do our very best to make it pay
you to visit our store. Polito atten
tion and the lowest prices possible
is our motto.
Keep Co ll
To do this duringo this hot
we:Iher C cll o1len at
''h e best .1 ce CJrani!
Thle best~ \l ilk. Shakes!
'Iho es WSLXater' lees!
Th'e best Phosphates!
to) lho bad. (Jail and be con
DALE I N
All kinds of Marble and
Also Metallic, R4osewoodl aLnd Cloth
Caskets and Cases!
1erv ice ini thiis line0 prom11ptly aittendled
to) d ay or ight,.
Next D oor to H eraild and News Ollice,
NEIWBERY, - . c
WVidest, pat ronalge and( fiillest, eq(uip-.
men t in its history. VIacul t,y 38; 8tu
dents~ -19:; 'hI('e cdei CILI co rses;
Theeiectivye Courses; Th reme Pofes
sional Schiools, in Lawu, in MIed icine and
I 'harmiacy. New uilId in gs, WVater
Wor'ks, Splend id 1Libraries, L4abora
A di vancedii clahiss open0 to women.i
Tuimit,ioni $ii0 a year, Ior $8iPI a1 muonth.
Am p)lC opport,un ity for sel f-help. Schol
ar'ships and Loans for' the mced(y. Free
T1ni Ion for IT'eachecrs.
Stnmerci School for Techlers. :M In
struictors, 147 Student,s. Total enroll
me,nt 64 1.
IFor illuistraLtedl I Handbook and C'ata
President A LDERMA N,
Channl1111ll. N. (.
We will give to every Cash
Purchaser of goods to the amount
of $2.00 or over, a 25 cent bottle
of "CEDARINE" the best furniture
Prices In all my lines are very low.
ROBERT Y. LEAVYLL9
MARBLE AND GRANIT WORK,
Coffins and Caskets!
Newberry, . . S. C.
DI You i?
Yes, and away below on all
Spring andSummer Goods. Rath
er than carry them over, I will sell
5c. Lawns at 3c., plain and Figured Swiss
Muslin, Organdies, Duck, Piques, &c., at a little
more than half price, which is considerably less
than they cost. Ladies' Misses' and Children's
Oxfords at about half price. A big line of Straw
Hats at a great sacrifice, and many other lines
just as low. Call and get my prices and you
will not regret it Yours truly,
P, .-Newy ['runks all -Hags. Th lr'l: ;ost Stock of these
goods ever brrouglit to this market. S. J. WOOTEN.
THE STANDARID WHEELOF THE WORLD!
l'k(ilied withi (. & J. C ncher Pires. I all of newv featuires. Ca'tll'aud( see them.
NATHAN E. AULL, Agent.
H?!Nowv Parts for Hopatirs for salo also.
EW ManEsLE OA 'R.C. WILLIAMS
Excels all high priced
Soaps. Made of the ~~THE
obtainable. No 25c .Ul1Uih111..
soap to equal this.
Nothing like it. ItGresHsFinsn
makes the skin like
velvet and leaves a
sweet, refined odor. 1 9
We give you a picture
worth $1 with every
box of three cakes at And asks a con
25 cents. tinuance of
ROBETSOl & GILIJER, fl'Wits. t heirt
SMITH'SHe will be glad to
ITE' PAEshow you his goods
ITl BUYC! and to sell to you.
Hetinz 's l'ikling~ Vitnegar, 35c. pr. gal.
Good 'lTable Vintegar at 20e. Pr'. gal. ~ T 10 ('P TTh
A ppl)e Cider, good tot' jatun dice :5c pr. Ill . ri~ hy
l'. HI. Hanes' Chowing T1obacc~o, lead- BE O E BUYING
A full line (Grocer'ties at, miodett'L C prices. -
Good Soda at 2oc. Ir. lb. Il . . *At, F. OMN ,
11 I ars Good Soap for' 25 ets. p.tub ,S obi ,SC
~ ne emeILI ad OUwil oSease & Dominick,
Attorneys at Law,
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