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H. 11. AULL, EDITOR.
Trutmpl from VArIUit Quarters.
Is the sage of Sleepy Hollow quietly
slumbering upon the banks of some
"To wake each joyous morn and search
Thie famished haunts of solitary men."
Mr. Will Iialfaere, of St. Philip's,
informs us that, during the dry w.ather
he has shrunk over one hundred buggy
tires. Rain or shine, there is almost
always a harvest for him who can turn
his hand to it. If fortune Smiles uiponl
youl, kiss her; if she turns lie' back
u1)n1 you. just t.hrow a buggy tire, or
sonlething of th' kind, tboit her neck,
fasten your heels in the sand and swing
hack wit,h all your might.
WVe rcad a letter wi ich M%. l ioht.
i\. Kinar hadhd writtten from Texas to
his sister, 1liss Grae Kinallrd, of St.
I'lhiip's, in which he says he ilas been
over the greater part, of the flooded
districts of tllat, State. lie draws I
sad picture of widei-sread distress and
desolationl amionlg Ihose uinlfortun11ate
Wondet Wlhat young man that, was
who got punched inl the back with an
umbrella on his way to the Jolly Street
picnic last Sat,urday. Say friend, she
iiiist have been trying to pi(-k the loek
to your heart.
I'lease keel) your dog tied, for the
undersigned will be a rotnd in a shor-t
ti melc to sell you a 1p111p. \Ve don't
want to waste l alf an hour talking and
pleading witlh your log: we want, to see
\\hat inldnrrnnrnt en;n be otl'(!1rd it),
get our Wise ad)(] otherwise big m)en tl to
quit. fussing ni)d fi'ing al omt comp)ilet
ing the SLate 1loose? 'T'his, ill our1
mnind, is b,ecomling at <nest.ioin of grttt
er lolenLt, than that, of finishing the
;'tate Ilouse. It ;s very evilent that
those fellows have bren reading (;uli
vers Travels \iong the I.ii1,illtiams,
for t,bey wouhl di vile the people inlto
bitter factions ovr1' ias sitall a mtt.I
1as that which (;iuliver t ell:; Its Igitatei
the miinis of the Laillillutians, viz.
w hich enil of an ("g shoui 1 always he
broken first. I)ouhtl e.s s1me big tel
low wants to kidtIle ia lie allolg thIle
people, and then put, it out inl the same
Iiii -r th at, I ;uli l r ext inu, ished tfh'
Ilhunlus in tle! I)allace of the r;leen of
Lillulllt, and thrn roiL all over the
coun11try l'ryinlg ingraitulde, I ase in
T.1he! undIrrsignied re'nl -mh('r' the( chl'
when lie was as shy and as hashfll as i
Slviillp 'flosslllm: and it wts at, this t"y
iig i ei'iod of his life that. he 1as the
butt, of elougli .jokes to hale ilnade a
bras lumnkey stllle his nost! anid 1eep
aloud. If lie Vnt.iled to make I re
10u'k, if was slll-u to lerate it lautgh
not at the retlniak itself, but, It its atu
thor. If he dfid any"tliing, it. was sure
to be the wi'ong tling, and evetryboIy
took otice of it., aid t.here lieve'r was it
rot)d Saitialritlll nhad to hiel. p him l
hire wats jt stone. In slort, atll manti
aniid sc3e(d to delighlt, ill taukingO to-us
atl draiwinig hiim back and forth i)ver' thle
I umin.y. I hit now lie has grown'l ias
and tliese thin gs no longer have11 a ny
v'isibhIe elt'ect iupon hima. I t. is, th)ere
for'e. he1 muilst conife.ss, w'ith some111 fe'l..
ing of reven11ge - andi revenlgi is sw1eet -
that, hielets turn'led upIonlI his pIei'u.
tills. and1( that, none lu'i' si':ipe, the ini
lileent, uas well as thle gu ilty need not,1
look for' mer1I'y. Tfhie ullil'lreif is
sonls, ofi ld ' youn1g, greatl orl smli. lIe
hats iniade iup hiis limind to be' i'ver on the
altfii, tio make(1 the least. oppot,unilit.y
80lliee for himi to pmoe ie withl sltn'age
dlelighlt uponil his victimis. Alreatdy li
'ais many vailualIe t riphiies dangl ing at
hiis belt, an ti h Ile war farle con1tinueIis.
I'i)ssibIy 501n1 dauy, wh'Ien h'' is satis5
11i(d, lie will write lin acun'3)it (of Ihis ad'
venItures in) a book, tht atl lie worlid
maly know thaiit ,1(osh Tr'ump) has been31
.A genl)tItlit ain is failiiumg amnd v-ege
tion) seems refreshed: each Iplantl. 80eem1
lng to nod and1 conigraItulaite its n ei gh
bor ats t,he cool) br'ee/.'s sweep13t across1
(liiNGa TO MANI1.
Lieut1. Col. (1arl1 i -n MAlonehul to Nervicea
inI thle PhIipine*i'.
the Sou th C'atrolin ian w11ho has been in..
81pectorw gener'al, U. S. A., is by at recenlt,
lie vedl (If the 0111i0ci of inspecti' or genlerl't
andl iorderled to .\Ianila for dut.y as Inl
slpector gi'neraul, dlepat.mlent, of the
l'acific atd l ighitlh Arm corps 301. 'Thle
order3u sending Cot. G ar Ingt on to Alai
nila is mlade beause of the desire to1
i necase t,h1e elliiiiency oIf the 1 tr'oops in
the fiehld, his e x pien'i 130spIecial ly fit,
tinig himli foi' the dutly Li) which lie hals
been assi gnted .'.fh e St ate1, July T;.
MutliInini Gu1ien Awaumy
it is certinllly graitifyitng to the mbUI.
lie to kno o)W(f (1ne1 'oncernI in thle ludi
wh ) are not afrid to1 be genierous to1 t he
needy and(181 su feiring. The .>r'oprlie lors
of Drt. .King's New D)iscovery for Con.
sumnption,, Ooughis and1( (Couls, have
gIven) away over tenl millIon trIal bilt
ties oIf thils great me1dicine; and)1 havo
the satIsfactIon (If knlowIing It hast ab
soluteLly Ctere thouands of hopeless
case's. Asthmain, Bronchlitls, H-oairse
ness iandu all diseatues (If the Th'Iroat,
Chest anid LIng areS su1 81rely 3u1redt bhy
bottle free. Regular sih' 500. and $1.
Every bottle guaranteed, or price re
Children's Day at New Chapel last
Saturday was successfully carr jed out,
andi we believe every attendant enjoyed
it heartily. Old Jnclc Mark Boyd was
with us, and I think any congregation
should feel proud to have .hitn with
them. I'rotracted tmeeting contenced
there Sunday. We desire a large at
Mrs. Barnes, accompanied by her
cheerful daughter, Miss Maud, are the
guests of Mir. and Mrs. Connelly. Mr.
and Alxs. Connelly arc new ineoners,
and we deem them valuablo additions
to this section.
Ar. Morehead and family, of Gow
dleysville, S. C., are the guests of Mr.
.1. Fred Sehlmpert and family.
AI iss H attic I)unlap, at very adtmir
able young la.dy of Savaninah (,*a., is
visiting Mre. G. 1". Long's lailily.
Aliss Lillie Ilaynes, an aniable
daughter of 1'rof. I laynes, of I4essville,
S. C., is the guest of Air. Walter Her
bert's family. Mrs. Amanda Peterson,
of the capital, is also visit,ing them.
Messrs. Ilonknight and G.rigsby, of
Mit. Willing, Saluda County, were the
guests of Mir. I", Ai. Schumpert's family
Al. "ss. II. O. I,ong, rthur Werts,
Vill Swittenbet'g and I'rof. I;ugene S.
Wert.s went ov'er in Saluda last Sunday
to attend meeting at Corriit,h Church
for a few days.
Alr. (latrene Werts, of Newherry,
spent last, week with his sister, Ars. .1.
I" red Schlumnpert.
Miss C'rou('h, of I itesbn'g, accoml
1Itttied by Nir. John I '. Long, of Saluda
'oity, attentled Chid ten's )ay at
New (hapel last Saturday.
MIr. Thos. IIttnter, of St. Luke's, at
tended iteaching at. New Chapel last
Miisses Viola Iu"zhtardi, I-',th:l 1'ay
singe antI a Ni iss P"ellers, acompaniId
by lr. Lawson I'aysinger, attended
pretaching there also.
''he writeratteded a tmtusi'al ettter'
taitlnent last Satt,II'day ni gh t, at MV,
Iitrley liawkin's llike. They all may
rest assurd it. wits iteartily enjoyed.
We had good r'aits Lhis week, which
was vety tuch nleedd.
I dtu't, erile to ittt.t'rlope, but, may I
uti: what, has becotne of O.h ant.ieipttted
W\'., N. & A. Iiailtoad'? I've -lead some
very interest,ing let.ters itt different,
pap's conernitg I his rotadl(. I'm attfraid
antagoni-:,muts h been unost o0 ex ten
sivtly usedl in thi:: nautter". 'here ttrre
rai lroads rmttting nort.h, ta;t atnd west
of Newherrry, aiix s we so n;iar iave
one going south, let itte au k; Vhy 1: it
not fully dttons "a tetd A\' d A ltb'n let
the hu1stlitg ttrchants of Newhet'rt"y
go into the whol',ale busiti'ss and put
out. dltttruters. '1 he heavi"st, work Ias
all been e'oupli.Ied and ix wit.h I a litt.le
ret'pairing we w'ld be ready for the
trt'stles, and by another pi ing shtip
lixt li out. lo tougit i1tt, setiotn of
t'otnt'y. .\lst of tle people t.hroutItg
there are living as far as lift,ecu to
t.wenty-five miles fromt any railroaud
.,tation, h iter'for'e th way the roads
are generally '''ut, up' in thr spring,
it's abitost, ittlto.ible t,o get gianxo ,.
their farmtxs. '.Take t'toia: site is int
t,hxe centter of this set Iion oif t'ountrty.
udie is lixstedi eighIt, mxiles fr'omt Newber'
rys city. i t wouhtl lbe ax v'ery decsi'ablex
loca'xt.ixin fort it tailroadxt staxtion, andxi
wo'.)uhl indeedt suxit, th li'onxtvenience oxf
the Ipeople. .,tnd thetoo, wexi havexx somie
itt doubtit go itoiIl the'ertantiie butsi
ixess. S >me x of thxe Newhlerr'tianxs seemx
laion,xix orx raither''~'''x w lh, buit. I dlon't
thlitxk so. I itink thbest' r'ailrotadl stax
tionus would lhe a vaitalex adiltiont txo
Newh erry'. If the peoiple w. .rie tble
twelve or' iti'xen yt'aris tago toi gt'ade
th is roadxtl, it doexs scexm to mne Ii ke it's
very sorry thatt we eatn't, even't r'mxotel
it,. Now if itt anyx way I 've maxxde myx~
self too 'onsp~icuouits itn thtis mtter i, I
ittlore to tie i ard'onxted, lbuxt at t,he
sItonme, .1. Yx. ('xuibrt'ent h, 1'sx4.,x andi othet's
to give this a sertiouxs eonsidet'ation,
andi let's lhave' the r'oad if pxossibile.
l.'ver' w isin g th~e readerxs of T1h e
iilcrahil antd Necws abunxd anitt sutccess, I
beg to t'emaxini,
A l 'xTr 't. A ti.
.1 xxi 27. 189.9.
NewheIi,rry coimt ge iteuion,
T he fuollowitng is thIe prtogrammeinx of
New 'htcrriy ('oll ege' reuntxiotn,'t iembracing
txerrxit,or'y of 1xdgehilxi, A ikx't amtl Salux
dax(Xi Coutilcs t-o lie hxeldi at('ithl chureb'h,
.Sahtdax C'ounty, S. ('., Sax xxrdxay Axugtm~,e
26', I St9, I0 a. im.
Addret'ss of Wx'exutome by~ l't'(f. C'. 1'0.
lI esponse by I l'rof. IHohe rt IL. (Golf.
I. ''repator'y Schiools.-..-lon. i' S.
Illease, l'rof. Sam uexi'!.1. I )ertrick.
2. Thelx tlhx ithitx'neo for good
fr'omx a eol lege g raduaxxte, on the hxomex,
x'onunun xiit.y andx thxe ('lxxrchi--1'i'of. \V.
I'. lihtexk, l'r'f. I). jH. liuxshy.
8. A lxrmern't" r'elletin Ott seind
txg to college- iloxni. .1 . II. lun terCt,
Addre'xsses by I'r'es. Geo. H. Cr'omxer
(Comte andx etxjoy ia tr'eat, iitelleectually
LAt, tall t,he~ spxeaker's r'esptond pirompt -
l y to thciir aissi gned duxity.
H. i. Ut ti-:, See'y.t ao(li
Waxs the ball tha lxi.llt (. B. Stad
manit of Newairk, Mlchxigani, ini the Civil
War. It causedi horiri blx . Ulcers t htt
ino I reaxt-menit lie Ipiod for 20 y ears. Tlhen
Buctxklen's A r'tieni S iivx cutred hximi.
otns, Corns, Skin lEruptionsg. Beat P'lln
curo oni eaxrth, 2i els. a box. Cure
unaranited. Szid b mall n.....,..
Hendrix Mill News.
There was a good 'ongregation a
Bethel Baptist, Church on the last Sun
day, people caine from far and near ex
pecting the protracted meeting t,
Yes, friend Chips we are glad yoi
hit the roller mill m1n for trying to gi
Into at conbiniation. When we hav<
Inore tine and can secure iore inforin
ation we are going to let the cat out o
the wallet if it was ever in there.
A number of our people are in youi
city this week itttending court as jurors
witnesses, and spectators. A numbei
of cir people want to hear the trial o
Noah It. Taylor for the murder of hi,
.It is i sla me itnd a% dlisgra;e upon u,
as a civilized people wheln mien 'art
brutally shot, down on the roads dis
chaurging their dut.ies.
A nunlbert of ort people exp ects tt:
attend the reunion at IAttic Mountain
and have a nice tinme.
Veil, sinc our last coinmu ication
we have had the typhoid fever, and lot
Ine tell you, there is no funl in taking
Only every now and then can we hear
anytlhing about the pienic of the force
of the corr"espondents of The Hlerald
anl . ews, anti also the stall and typos.
Say Josh Trunp and I'ush how about
the pienie? I think we should have one
and remember that time is pising fast,
Crops are very sorry but our- people
seem to be very cheerful, there were
lartial showers down here on last, Sun
d1ay. Oil corn is going to be nearly a
Well, we have had the pleasure re
cently of meeting and grasping the
hands of our friend (Chips, I'ush and
1 'hi los of The Ilerald and News cor
respondleits. We are always glad to
meet such friends.
Last Pridity is a (lay to be long re
memubered by the writer, as one of
pleasure and enjoyment, althought we
were at it strange 111cc, a place that
t.he writer hal " never beeni to a
gathering before, but yet we were not
anlong stranigers, but speciatl pe'rsonal
friends. ''hat, place was ihachIman
Chapel church. The members of the
chin're1h gave It barbecue in the inuter
est of the chulrch and to raise some
inoney for the church. ''he writer
reaeheld there very early, but found a
very goodl crowd there then and it look
ed like thit thecr; would be a good
aittendanee, but, tIhe crowd didl not ex
(ced 1+-I) persons big and little. We
never saw ia cr'ow(I enjoy theiselves
better, not to have any speatking orl
soine kiid of entertainmctt, but every
l;nly seemed t,o cojoy thems.lv, to
Lheir heart , content. The oldl people
byl sia kiug Iaitds, talking of the dry
weather, erops aid the Bowenr iurt'der
and inat.y luorc absor-bing questions.
'hCi "oliung t)eople by sporting and
eoulrt,ing. 'l'he bi-bece was he'd
jit l'yt.id tl,the ehur'ch at Mr. \Vm.
itobbs old horne. The picnic the next
Ihu% at .lolly str"eet kelit I nurmber of
thenm away. '.l'he meat and hash were
well irrepared, and pronounced excel
lent, by t hose whoi ate of the in. Th e
wr'iter was very sorry that, lhe could
riot eat as lie ha d been u p from thle
typrhoid fever only3 a lhort Li rne. Th'ley
hadni prepa'redr about ten carrcasses for
the cue', expecting a larger crowd,
alIth ough niearly ev'er y one eat. and
there wer'e sevyer'al carcasses le ft, but
they soldnearly all thme mieat anid;hash.
We lefIt tooi ea r'ly 1(1 ind 11out wvhether
or rot t hey ina~de anything or lost.
Saturiday thle writer took ini Chil
d1r'e'ns day~ arid the puieie at .Jo11y
St reet, bu01.tas ire wars riot well lie did riot,
ei niy the occassiori its lie wu'er1ldihave
l iked to havi~e errjoyed it.. Mr. K(inugs
inr'e is supini'itendenat, of the Sundlay
8Smhool, threre. T1he e xeer'ises con
sistedr of dialogues, i'ecitIations, aiddesses
mand inusic b,y thIie clildrien. Thiere
wei'e abou1t :50 people pr'ese nt. We
ha rd the pileiashure oif graspinrg I ursh and1(
Il'hilos, hand there. liev. .J. A. Sligh
imade anu excellent, ad(dr'ess in the after
nmion, whieb was to the ploint andi( was
well r'ece ived. Thlie y'ounrg pecopl e
riade good use of their time arid staid
unt,ail very late that afternooni.
IN (i(lICN VI L.LIC TUIJa)A Y.
i'entIIieniairry Iniivestiigaion to bo Riesumni, il.
Coli. Neni'n Siiie.
(The State, July :alst.)
Tomioriow in Grueenir'ilie the pen iten -
tiar'y investigating commnittee is to i'e
sum ne its labor's. T1he sessions in riG reenr
vilIle will probably he the coricludIig
ones. They are to he held for the pmur
Pose oif Lthkinrg such test,imoniy its may
be olfered in behalf of Colonel Neal.
I t, is rnot, ex peeted that the session will
continue over t.hi ice (lays rut the outside.
'T'hie comiriiiittee will their probably13 be
gin the prieparation of its r'eport oni the
inivestigat.ion. 'l'he nature of tihat r'e
lport, can i be ven'y wel(l judlged.
U nder the r'esoluitioni aitulntinrg tI e
comittee the eormmiit,tec is Instucted
to priesenit its replor't to the Governor,
whoi will ini turn'i t'rasii, it to the I e'g
islatur'e. 'Thiis be ig so, the G oveirni
will, if it, be of such chair'actei' as >
warrrit, it., tu r'r it over t,o the A ttorrney'
Cellieral foir hiis conisider'ation.
llrave Men Falli.
V'Iethnxs to storiach, liver and1( kIdney
tr'oubles ' ' wvell i 'i woitneni, and aill
f ,.- the results in k of ahpetIte, pois.'
Oins in the0 blo0 1, bIackac, nervous
ii' es, hi' .(dachli and tir I, i19t less, run
dlow a A lig. 1lint there's iro ner :1 to
I Al like that. Liten to J. (Gart 'er,
(dav'ille, Ind., lie 'isys: "''lectric flit,
ters are. just thle thIng for a ilnani wheni
lie Is all run dlown, and doen't care
whet her lie lives or dhies. It dlid more
to give rie niew strength and goed ap
petite thian.anything I couild take. I
cani eat ainythirg arid have a new lease
on life." Only 130 cents at all Drug
Stores. Every bottle unrani ted.
TiS 18 BAD NEWS.
t Yellow Fever In the Soldiers' Homne at
I. ampton-Thlirty Oaaoa and Three
Deatls lteported Yesterday-oreat
Alarm in llampton, Nowpoi t
News aned Old 'o1nt.
Newport, News, Va., July 30.--'1'here
are thirty cases of what is believe( to
be genuino yellow fevor at, the National
- Soldiers' Homo, near Hampton, and
three denths from the disease wero re
ported today. Thero were several
Otber decaths at the Institution y'ester
day, but, it canot be stated to night
that all of them were caused by yellow
fever. Newport News and IamIpton
will qIua "antine against, the Soldiers'
Ilome. '1'he govornment aut,horities at
Old Point have already adopted this
step, an(1 no street cars are allowed to
eniter the reservation. Quatrantino
Ollicer I obson, of this port., went, to
the Soldiers' Hiome to-uight and verri
fled the Stat.emieit that, tlrc :We now
thirty cases of the (l iseasr at th. 1Home,
and that there were three 'leaths ;iom
the malady today. While no one
outside 'of the Soldiers' lome knew
anything about the existence of the
yellow fever until today, it is said that
the d1.etsae mtd' its alpeariian tlhree
days ago. '.'he most rigid (u, rantino
regulations will he enforced to prevent
th ; spi-cad of the mtala(dy.
The news has created great excite
ment in Newport News, Old Point and
latpton, andI ,he most vigorous mncis
i'es were rrsorted to to lrevent its
Spread. There atre 41,C;0 veterans at
the lome, and several large excur
sion parties went through it, last week.
Worklag I)ay niud Night
Thei busiest. and might lest little thing
that evetr was tade is Dr. King's Now
I.ife l'ills. Mvery pill is a sugar-coated
globule of hetlth, that changes weak
niess into strentgtii, list1e'ssness into On
orgy. brain-f g into mental power.
'I'hey'r"e wonderful In buildiing up the
health. Only 25e per box. Sold by all
In ' i Gallons,
Also .RLllIM. 's 1 01';Mtlle for
sale cheap o t .
RO ItER,TS O% & (G I L)l''S
Notice of Election.
1 !ie Works wiil ol an election
on At7r st 17, 1 '.i)
L'u t Superi'iteendent at, a salary of
$1000 a year.
Por night. m11r:n at Power House at a
salatr, of $35.0 a ;inonth.
h'or at ''riimmL' at i stlary of $250.0 a
A pplit,tions to be filed with the uu
(leritned. l'or part.ietilars apply to
.1NO. C. (OG(ANS,
su311MSiMM?-,i SC'lOOn yLt
.L e'achiers will be gin oni [i Tursday
mnorning, A uga.1 li, at, o 'clock and I
111oLnitine for' one mnontLh.
It is essen ti. th,at all teachaers att
tend: ats t he work to be don.e will lie
help1 ful iin thle siucceedintg wor'l, of the
tfoirts a re be2in g mad'e thire ih the
Stte to make a success of tL ese -chools.
ILet us keeii New berry in the fro: t rank.
)nly certillcates of those ai,tenm, Rg are
subiject to r'eniewal by the Count3 isoard'.
All1 other's w'ill tbe reqiried to aplyll to
the State 15otard.
Trustees of schtools and all otheris
nter'ested in the educat-ional wel fuar' of
the 'oun lt y tare requ ested to lend thle ir
aid in making the session of th--' school
a sucocess. IloespIectfullIy.
t d (Conunty Sup', I'duient,ion.
Noii00 of Applicatioiifo Alnl'90111111t of
'NOTl('1' IS lilill''BiY (;IVIC~N
- thatt alplication w'll be made to
llonor'able l'u'nest Gary, ai Circuit
~Jutdge pi'esid intg in the7th. Jud icial Cir'
Cu it at Cha-iinheras at G reeinwood, S. C,,
oin the inith dlay of August 1899, at teni
(i'clock in the forenoon, OR Ras soon
thereaftei' as Counsel caRn 1)e hear'd,
for the atppointmient of WV. WV. Hodges,
.1 udge of I 'rohate for Newheriry County,
S. C., Ras puieiO guartidian for ~Joh n \V.
D an iiels, and 1ltubie 1'0. D)aniels, aged
reCspectively about, twenty, and sixteen
The estate of the said minors con
sists of an intei'est In a benefit, cer'
t,ifiente in the Ki ght,s of Ilonoi' on the
l ife oif Jualius A. D)aniels, and will
amiiounit, to abiotit $333.33 etachi.
Th'Iat, nio fit., compej)te1t, and( i'esponsi
ble person can be founid who is ill11ing
t,o assume such guiai'dlianship.
Jr. GlilY D)ANIICLS,
lBrothier of said M inor's.
Ne w~ berr'ay, S. C., J1uly 25, 1899.
bynotifled and r'e(ui red to have
tIhe rotads worked as soon after It rains
its p issi ble, timd reoriit to thtis oflce.
All overseers, who fail to have six
fall Idatys wor'k done, as ri'raaedl by
latw, by October 1st ill be removed,
aind will not 1 3.exeusedl from r'oaid dluty
iinne of the ovierseers are doing
theli' (laty, but, others ar'e not. Those
who atre not dlointg thieiir (laty will cor'
tai nly be0 remioved as aboOve indicated.
WV. A. 1111LL,
2t Couanty SuperCivisor'.
R)un, West, ii. V,
opensa iatotVc Weinestiiny in Septof.anbor. Tw'io
crnot,on leadini)g to toeo degrees, of A. 11. and(
it. H. Total expenises for theo ino nmonthis In
I the' "Iomie" $1 i5.( ). In pa ivato aimmlieis
$1 '.1 1. Spacious,. a,u eomifoi' bio 'lomoa."
com leta iand1 (lintppedi withi micoderni 'on Ce.
Ielnes'' of biathi r'ooms,9 &c. e nitir but (hing
i'iented with Riot wvater system'a. 1'1e contractli
for a ' irs' IIome"' hias beot "'let," aid athe
baitilinag will I m coa,n,iotedl in early fall, so
that young womnia ili hiavo the fuill adlvan-.
tage of theo course Write for Unatalogno t
W. MI. OR IEII Prenimant
TO CLOSE OUT
WE WILL SELL
0. M, JAMIESON
THE NE WBERRY
NEWBE9AY. S. C.
Woe desiro to dlirect your attontion
to our benutiful line Sheer Gauzy
Summor Fashions. Thisj line em
braces all the now and standalrd
Lhings of the season1 fromi cheap to
line. Th'Ie prices have been1 scaled
:lown to the very lowest margin in
>rdler to movo them. You can soo
in great variety
Persian Lawns, Paree
Lawns, Checked and
Striped 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 16s 'c.
WVe arIo better p)rep)arod thanti usual
to serve you with
We have kept uip our stocks, and
wvill (10 our very best to make it pa
you to visit our store. Polito atton
tion and the lowest prices possible
is our mi'ott,
COLUMBIA BUSINSS COLEGE
COLUMBIA, S. C.
In complete facilities, tho most niodorn systorus, economy of timo and
money, service of excellent instructors, thoroughness, cofidence of the
business public, and the placing of graduates in positions, our college
undisputably takes (ho lead.
If you are in any way interested, do not fail to send for our catalogue.
W. H. Newberry, President.
Prominent Business and Professional Men of Columbia, S. C., who En
dorso the COLUMBIA BUSINESS COLLEGE as being a good Institu
tion and worthy of Public Patronage:
'T'ho Carolina National Bank, W. A. Clark, President.
The Bank of Columbia, S. C., T. H1. Gibbs, Cashier.
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank, J. P. Mathews, Cashier.
H. ). Muller, Toller, Ceontral National Bank.
W. T. Martin, Vico-Presideiit of the bank of Columbia, S. C.
Col. A. C. IIaskell, Vico-President of the Loan and Exchange Bank.
Rev. John A. Rico, D. D., President of Columbia Female College.
Hon. V. D. Maylield, ex-State Superintendent of Education.
Col. T. J. Lipscomb, Mayor of city of Columbia.
Wn. Boyd Evans, Private Secretary to the Goveryor.
Thos. S. Nfoorman, State Librarian.
V. W. Harris, Clerk in Executive Onico.
J. T. (Ioutt, Chief Clerk of Secretary of St ate.
T. B. Clyburn, Chief Clerk in Comptroller General's Office.
D. Z mmnnorman, look-keoper of State Treasurer.
Henry Martin, General Secretary Y. M. C. A.
Rev. W. W. Daniel, Pastor of Washington St. Methodist Church.
Rev. John M. Pike, Editor of "Way of Faith."
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. S.--New'runks and Bags. The best stock of these
goods ever l)rought to this market. S. J. WOOTEN.
NEW GOODS A Lot of...
W1 -I -I AT - - N W BOO KS
in order to close out my stock at ec At the Book Store.
tal, I find it neccessary to add new
goods, of art ieles we have sold out, and I ed Rock.-.-.-. .. by . . . . .Page:
I have jus-t op)ened1 live eases of D)ry Jh pedd---......Muo
G~oodscosanin TPatle T.lales of Cupid--. ......Ford
Diiie,Las, of atan.... .....o
Piint, Sh)eetinlgs, s(ond Thought of an i(e 1"ellow
H[osiery, 'Ticking, I)v A'; -um.......""''..X*ce
Ind(ia Lien Tf i Wire Cutters . . . M. E. MI. Davis
,8 N BS * ' . Dooley in Peace and in War..
,e' Shirts, Pursuit of the House Boat . . . Blangs
Lonsdale Cambrl)1ie, neside the bonnie briar bush, McClareon
Fruit of the Loom anud 14ie fen'' ..' .' .'
Androscoggijn lah,E - hi'""nei o k -nda..-.-..-.oKpe
br'oideries, Ladies' UJnder- h[oll Iinge.<;f Angls IIarte
Vest, Ln igs,Bal- Min oftheMaster . . . . lueClaren
vc~ts,Lining, Bal- The Rulers of the Meditda~nean.
brligganl Under- . .. .. .. . .dr H. Davis
sllii 't, an d N ot ions. The Exiles.and 9tirer~ stories " "
A bout Paris .. .. . .... ' a
~nd 300o dozen spools of Coates Cotton Ited and HIynk-. ..Dr... Stendhal
llatWhlealIPics.Pels I Hope . . . Mlary .Johnston
PeIa v)adL~ lL.1 nelofes Priogress . . . K(at.e Wiggins
Come and .'ec us often. ff I WV'ere a Man .. .. ..Robertson
N bPer O ST' 111 6d .M AYFS
8. C. MILITARY ACADEMY.
Dili1cc of Chairmnan Hoard of Visitors.
NE VACANCY IN HI'NMICI..
ary Cadetsh Ip iii the South C aro
hna Militar.y.Arderny exist4 in .his,
Newherry Count,y. Blanks for applI -
ci't",i frn'" uto';enter OOIltiiv. I am now to be foun d
cry infor nation can be obtained from 'in the stO rOm f -
the Cpf."v ounty Ru,"int') "lts menry occupied by the
lLnd clearly made out, mrdst ha In the New erry ltigC
hnds ofthe Chairman by the 1st day and have my store nice
o . S. G ADSDEN, ly fiXed up and will be
Chairman iioard1 of visitors, pleased to see my old
-customers and as many
NEWBERRY COLLEGE. more new ones, and
Commed ons buildings, 1)110e show them my well se
l'roeecour.ses for degr.ees, with elct lected stock of Wat,h
Good Library; woerking Laboratory. es, Jewelry, Clocks,
E1cntpreparatory department. S pectacles and SilVer-~
eard tuiton and all fees per year ar which I selcheap
$199 111 Oollegiato DOIllarllment, VV4atch .and Clock re
$90 Ill Prollaratory Deliarimcllt. pairing a specialty.
Next 8, Ssion begins October 2nd. F IA f IUlT
For catalogue, add.'ess uni
(;Eo. B. CROM ER, President,
New berry, s.'C. Je4weler and Ontininne