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Corrected evor" Tuesday and Frida
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ......................... 7(
Haws .................................. 10(q)123
Bost Lard ............... 7 (@81
Bost Molasses, new crop...... 5<
Good Molasses..................... 2b(435<
Corn ................................... 65<
Meal ................................. 60<
Hay.......... . .........
Wheat Bran.................... 81.0
1st Patent Flour................. $4.76
2nd Best Flour.................... t4.5(
Strait Flour........................ $4.25
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.6(4.0(
Sugar .....!................. 6 l3I
R ie ......................... ........ 6} 8#<
C0ol.........................: ' 20
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.00
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 30e
Butter, por lb ..................... 15(a)20c.
Eggs, per dozen ............... lc.
Clhickons, each.................. 121(a20c.
Peas, per bushel.................. 70c.
Corn, per bushel................. 55c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35((140c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 40( 50c.
Turkeys, pe' lb .............. 6(q 8e.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 60(g75c.
Onec Minute Cough Cure quickl;
cures obstinate srununer coughs an<
colds. "I consider it ia most wonder
ful medi.ine,--quick and safe."-W
W. Morton, Mayhew, Wis. Robertsot
Cotton Seed Hulls for' sale at mn
stables. 20c per hundred pounds. Non
sold on c'redit.
Im t&f. T. C. Poor,.
Tiho New Pastor Arrived.
Rev. Ml. G. C. Scherer, the new pas
tor of the Lutherap church, with hi
fatmily, arrived In Newberryv on TIues
day from Mt. Pleasant N. C. On Tues
day afternoon a large number of thl
congregation met them at an informa
recoption at Dr. W. G. Houseal's.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly di
gests food without aid from the stom
itch, and at the same time heals and re
stores the diseased digestive organs
It is the only remedy that does both o
these things and can be relied upon t<
permanently cure dyspepsia. Robert
son & Gilder.
liarl,ecuo at i Moseloy',t SpringH.
I will give it 1irst-class barbecue a
Birowa and Moseley's minnerial spring,
on Saturday, August lith. '1'he meat_
will be prepared and served in the very
best style. W. J. Mi,1s.
Stop tIhe F1ile0.
Use our Screen Doors tin, Windows
E HI. Li'sl,ii', Mlanager. t&ftf
The Farmers' Institute will he held a
Brown & Moseley's grove on Angus
17, 1899. Subject and speakers will be
given later. Other county paper:
I.. T. C. HIU NT'ct.:.
Kodel Dyspepsia Cure cures Dyspep
sia because its ingredients are suel
that it can't help doing so. "The pub
lie can rely upon it as a master remfdy
for all disorders arising from imperfec
dilgestion."-Jalimes M. Thomas. M. D).
in American JIour'nal of Health, N. Y
ItobC'ertso & Gilder.
An Exceptlon, to the Rule.
A shop whcere you can get what yoi
want andlt when you want it..
STLU A avP Bius.
IL . I4I lsLIu, M%anager. t&ft'
Ilouse sandt Lot For Sa c.
For terms and particulars applly to
f&t, tf Dr. Jlames Md. Kibler.
The farmners of Newberr'y County ar<
irequestedl to meet at, the Court Houst
on the first Monday in August to elc
delegates to the Wheat, Growers' Con
vent,ion to be held ait Greenwvood or
August the 15th. Other' count,y paperi
please copy. RI. 'T. C. H UNTrEl.
"OGur baby wats sick for IL month witl
a severec cough and catarrhal fever
\lthough we tried many remedies she
tgetting worse until we used Oni
,e Cough Cure,-it relieved a
Minu ieurledl her in a few dlays.---B
ona&Pr1in. Hiugh School, luntT
L.Nance r Robertson & Gilder.
Syouumber, Laths an<
Mouldidge, you ST UJA itT litos.
ShIngles. '\rlana.ger, t&ftf
3mues heI DIssionstry.
July transactIons't,ro summned up a
follows: Gross sales, $2,493.03; invoici
prIce, *1,9618.55; gross p)rofits, $524.48
expenses, $152.4(6; leavIng not profits o
*372.02 to be divided equally bet wee:
town andl count,y..
Dispensary Insp)ector Boyk in mad'
his first oflicial visit to Newberry las
T1hursday and inspected the dispensary
He wvas pleased at the way In whicl
D)ispenser' Maybin manages the busi
ness, and he found everythinig correc
and !n good shape. Mr a. Maybin ha
held the o1lico six years, and it, is
known fact that the Newborry d ispen
sary Is one of the best managed in th
Capt. William Astor Chanler, Con
grossman fromt New York, Is the presi
dent of T1he New Yor'k Star, which I
giving away ia Forty D)ollar Blcycli
(daily, as olfered by their advertisem )h
In another columnn. ion. Amos J1
Cummings, Md. C., Col. AsaL Bird (Gar"
ner, D)istrict Attorney of New York. cx
Governor HIogg, of Texas, and ('ol
Fred. FelgI, of New York, are amonj
the well known names in their Bri
of D)irectors- f&t, (6t
Tihe C., N & L. raIlway hias on sal
week-end tackets t.o Charleston, givln1
one a chance to visit Sullivan's Islan
and the Isle of Palms. Ticlkets on sal
every Saturday good to ret.urn uintl
Monday mornling, at, $3 for the roun
trip). For further Information see Mr
(lavenaugh. tie agent. at Newhnri'y
VARIOUS ANND ALL ABOUT.
Monday will bo saloday.
Mr. Burr Martin is visiting in Pros
y Mrs. E. Y. Morris is visiting relativet
L. W. Simpkins, Esq., of Lauren
was in the city yesterday.
fRev. Y. V. A. Riser, of Sumter, came
to Newberry on Wednesday last.
Mrs. T. 1'. Jackson, of Jacksonville,
Fla., is visiting Mrs. W. T. Jackson.
Mr. J. D. Davenport wont over to
Augusta Wednesday on a business visit.
Mr. Thos. P. Johnson is spending the
week at Prosperity with relatives and
Mr's. J. 0. ltivers, of Newberry, Is
visiting at Mr T. H1. Ciromor's.-Clinton
Rev. Y. V. A. Riser will preach in
St. Luke's Lutheran church on next
Mr. Julian H. Kinard, of Augusta, is
spending :a few days here with his
United States Deputy Marshall Jas.
1t. Davidson, returned to Charleston
T 'l e negro prisoners sentenced to the
penitentiary were carried down on
Mrs. Win. M. Grillin, of Columbia, is
visiting. her parents, M'r. and Mrs. lN.
Mrs. L. R. Boland and children, of
Columbia, is visiting her father, Mr.
W. H1. Blats.
Mrs. 0. E. Johnson, of Summerville,
S. C., is visiting her parents, A1r. and
Mrs. S. ['. Boozer.
Prof. B. L. Jones returned on Wed
nesday from Ehrhardt, where he had
been visiting his brother.
Miss Mit all, of Newberry. S. C., is
visiting tha Misses Land, on upper
Broad street.-Augusta Chronicle.
Mrs. S. B. Jones and her mother,
Mrs. Holbrook, left on Tuesday for the
- North to visit relatives and friends.
The weather has been unusually
warm for the past few days and a
shower of rain wot.ld do much good.
Mr. and Mrs. WV. .. P'erdue, of
Green;boro, N. C., are visiting his
brother, Mi. J. R. Perdue, of .1ulia.
Messr"s. S. B. Jones, M. L. Spearman,
W. If. Eddy and Postmaster Fair went
down to Columbia Tuesday oin a busi
Mr. J. A. West has moved from
3rooklyn into the residence on the old
[utheran church lot formerly used as
Mr. Sidney Williams, of Essex, N.
C., and Mrs. H. W. Martin, of War
renton, N. C., are visiting their bro
ther, Mr. R. C. Williams.
The fa"ners' meeting to elect dele
gates to the Wheat Growers' Conven
tion at Greenwood is to be held on
Monday. Don't forget it.
MAr. R. S. Whaley has the contract to
erect a truck and reel house on the
lot in the rear of the opera house for
the colored firemens' appiaiat,us.
Miss Moi'iat Mart,in, after thi'ee
weeks' stay with hei' sister, Mrs. G. WV.
Sloan, has retur'ned to heri home in
Newberr'y..-Tlroy Cor'. Greenwood In
Mr'. Isaac and Miss ballic Copeland,
of near' Clinton, came dowvn yesterday
to attend the reunion at, Little Moun
tain today. T1hey spent the night with
At C. J. Purcell's store a sample of
the new ci'op of tobacco, just cured,
has been on exhibition for the past few
days. It looks alr'ight and scoems to us
to be a faiir saLmple.
Miss Hattie Leavell and her friend
Miss Maggie Williams, of B3urgaw, N.
C., who have been visiting Miss Mary
Allen at Wadesboro, N. C., wvill arrive
here on Satui'day.
Mr. J. W. WaLtts and family left
Newberi'y Tuesday morning for Char
lot,te, N. C., by priivate conveyance.
They will doubt,less have a pleasant
tip thr'ough the country.
Mr'. Robert Cockrell desires that his
many fiends call to see him at Jas. A.
M imnaugh 's whei'e he can give them
advantage of bargains of all kinds In
th)e dry goods and notion lines.
Rev. F. R. Wallace, colored, yestei'
day left a hand ful of cotton at this
olice that he ha~d just picked from his
field. This is the irst open cot,ton of
the season tt at has been handed us.
'There will he a match game of ball
between the Association team andl the
WeYst i0nd team cii next Saturday aftei'
noon. l3oth teams have i)racti3edl and
a good gamte is exp)ected. Trhe game
will be laye3d on the West End dia
We have received a copy of the
priemium list of the State Agricumlt,ur'al
and Mec' anical Society of South Caro
lina, foi' the thlirt3-Iirast annual Fam' to
he held in Columbia beginning on Moni
d (ay, November' t,h. Foi' a copy, or
any infor'mation address Thos. WV. Hlol
Comes from D)r. D. ii. Cargile, of
Washilta, I. TI. He writes: "Four bot
t les of .Electric Bitters has cured Mrs.
Brewer of scrofulIa, which had caused
her' great suff'erinmg for years. Tierrible
sresB wvould'bea out on her head and
lace, and( the best doctors could( gIve noc
help; but her cure is complete and1( her
3 health is excellent.'' TIhis shows what
thousands have proved-that Electric
Ritters is the best blood purifler known.
It?s the supreme remedIy for eczema,
3 tetter, salt rheum, uleers, boils and
Ii'runninmg soi'es. It stimuftates liver, kid
Sneys anid howels, expels poIson, helpe
digestion, hbuildm up the strength. Only
*60 cents. Sold by all druggIsts. Guar
TIlE (MEAT "3UOABOO"--THOSE IUUZ
ZAItDS AND 1111D
We Have heard So Much of Being in the
Standpipe Vusn't There on Investiga.
tion-T he Ntandplpo and Iteser
voir Much (leunor than Onu
fWould Expect to
In the early Spring some parties
started the rumor that there were
"buzzards in the standpipe," and that
the water was full of trash and dirt,
and that the standpipe should he cov
Several times have we had talks with
Superintendent Voss on these matters,
who assured us that he had his eyes
open and wats guar'diig and watching
these things as was his bounden duty
that he regarded the healtn of the eit'
zcns of Newberry too dearly to permit
of such things, and that he knew that
there were no impurities in the water,
either from the standpipe or the reser
voir, and the examination of both has
borne him out in these assertions.
On Tuesday morning we were invited
down to the powerhouse by Mr. Voss
to examine the condit:oi of the resr
voir as to its cleanliness, and we can
truthfully say that ws were surprised
to see how clear and clean the water
poured out from the pump into the res
ervoir. One could easily see a dine or
twenty-five cent piece lying on the bot
tom of t he reservoir with the water
several feet deep. 'Phe water was per
fectly clear and the bottom of the res
ervoir plainly to be seen at any part of
it, and we are free to assert that no one
on examining the reservoir could see
or find anything that couid cause them
to have any scruples about drinking
the water that passed through it. Sev
eral others, among them Chief Hunter,
Alderman Cabaniss and Editor louseal
examined the reservoir and expressed
themselves as we have.
At night we were one of a committee
to be present when the standpipe was
to be entered and examined. We were
there when the water was let out, when
the-manhole was opened, and was the
first person to look into it, and we wish
every man, woman and child in New
berry could have been there to see for
themselves. There was absolutely no
thing found that bordered onto impuri
ties or foul matter. There was a sedi
ment in the r1t-tom, of course, that nat
urally collects in all water basins or
cisterns, but it wasn't a half inch deep
and nothing in the least foul about it.
It had the smell of tar or pitch, with
which the standpipe had been lined to
stop the leaks. There was present, be
sides the. newspaper reporters, Chief
Hunter, Dr. W. G. Ilouseal and sev
eral other citizens, who examined it
thoroughly and found nothing that
could in the least be considered objec
tionable in the water. There was not
a sign of a buzzard to be found, not
even a sparrow or a swallow-not even
a bone, to go to show that there had
ever been a living insect, foul or animal
in the vator. This certainly gives a
flat contradiction to all such rumoms in
the past, and shouldl be a warning to
those who make them, that unless they
mean to injure their own home city,
that they should lbe careful and know
that at least, such rep)orts ar-e wel i
founded before th.-y are circulat,ed.
There is no doubt, in our mind-we
feel it and know it, for we drink it, every
day-that Newberry h)as as pure andl
wholesome water as any cit,y in the
South, and the very best water- for man
in good health is the purest, water he
can get, and the plurcst water one can
get, in Newberry is artesian water.
This is ouir opinion, and will be until
some explert makes a thorough analysis
of the water and tells us that, is n)ot
purhIe-anid we would want to know the
reput,ation of the person who made thie
analysis if he said it wasn't pure-. There
is nothing wrong as to the condition of
the reservoir or the stand pipe, andl we
are satisfied that the water is p)urie and
T1ake the health of our city today, and
it is better than it has been for- fifteen
years, at this time in the summer.
When this writer carne here someth ing
like fifteen or eighteen years ago, wit,h
the p)opulation not,much over half what,
it is now, there was twice as much fever
as there is at present. Why one year,
about that time, flye young persons died
within a few weeks of each other on
two adjoining st,reets, in tbe most
healthful p)art of the cit,y. Nowv we
have an occasional case of fever-nd(
they have an occasional (case of fever
in the mountains of North Carolina
the land of the skies. Such assertions
that there is an ep)idemic of fever- in
this city are not, true and should not, he
nolo~I unless they could be horne Out, by
B3ut in all seriousness, if you want to
take what we would consider a pre
ventive fronm fever, take artesian wvater
-and we wvould niever- atdvise hut for
what we thought was best,.
A Mother Tell,, Iow mn Saved lEer 1.,ltle
I am the mnot,her of eight children
andl have had aL great,dleal of experience
with medicinle. Last. summeri my little
daught,er had the dysentery in Its worst
form. We thought, she would (lie.
tried everything I could think of, but,
nothing secmned to do her any13 good.
saw by an advertlsemient, in ouri paLper
that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aLnd
D)iarrhoca Remedy was highly recomn
mendled and seunt andl got a bott.le at
on1ce It piroved to ho one of the very
best .aedicines we ever- had In th'e
house. It saved my litt,le daughter's
life. I am anxious for every mother to
know what an exellent medicine it is.
Had I known It at first, It would have
saved me a great, deal of anxiety andl
my litt,le daughter much suffer-inmr.
Yours truly, Mrs. Geo. I". B3urdick,
R. J. For sale by WV. M. l'elham,
TALE OF LOVE THAT
LED TO TROUBLE,
YOUNO MAN TAKEH A LETTEtOF TUjE
WOMAN lilC LOVED.
Now lIe Mu1nst Anewtr in Cuurt--Jt"aonupy
the Cute of thi' A tair---Ilow Ile Trttdi
i) tS tul hitlttiial'a AItentlio .
lie broke down and exclaimtd: "I
loved that, girl better than anything in
the world, and I could not stand for
that fellow to come to see her: that's
why I did it." And thereby hangs an
interesting tale. The mnan who
had tittered the words has just
been bound over for trial at the ( )etober
teritn of the I'nited States cout't in
Greenvillve on the charge of stealing
atn.d destroy in g mail.
This man was W. '. ('routcl, a young
fellow about 25 years of age, from Sil
ver Street, Newberry county. IL seems
that he was desperately in love with
liss Minnie Lee Werts. Mr. William
Eddy of Newberry, a dry goods clerk,
knew Mliss Werts and had called ulpon
her several times. Ti inade ('roueh
Very jealous and one day-J-.1 utte 7 last,
ac"cordin'g to t he olli"1.vrs--he saw a let
etr in the iostollict' addressed to Miss
Werts, bearing I heNewhe"rrv pestriark.
It is alleged t.htt lie could not resist the
temptation to take it.
Anyway ia few days afterward Mr.
Eddy got a letter sigted with the name
f the young lady retiiig thus:
"I don't ucare for you to call anyv
moor at all."
In a few days Crouch told the young
lady that there was a letter at, the post
Dillice for her. She wet. , to the olliee
mnd asked, but could Iil:ld no letter.
Later on she went down to Newberry
tt1d there her frimtis aked her why
she had t,reated ir. I:ddy so bad ly,
telling her of the note h, had gotton
from her. That was a revelation.
Soon Mr. Eddy was called and Aliss
'Werts was shown the note, whiC sie
immediately declared shie had not writ
\l iss Werts at once reported the mat
tor to the postal authoritils tmd I'ost
ulliee Inspector J. P. OldIield went to
Silver Street. lie chartg...ed Crouch
with the theft of the letter, but, the
young man denied it. I innally the in
Vpector made the young fellow sit down
and write from dictation. lie read
him the letter writ(en MIr. r:ddy.
When it was iinished an examination
ihowed the same capitalization and
:hirogrtaphy and the word "more' was
apelled "Imoor" as in the Eddy note.
The in pector promp1)tly a'reated
Crouch who maintained his denial, on
Ite charge of violating section 1.1:11,
1'. S. P'ostal Regutlationls.
'1'uesday Crouch was brought to Co
iumbia by t0e inspector atd James R.
Davidson, Chief Clerk U. S. Marshall's
Dflicc. lie was taken before Coinnis
3ioner Henry t". Jeniings, where a ipre
limnintry was waived and the prisoner
was released on $200 bond. While at
he Commlatlissioner's office ie broke
lown iad tuttered the words itt the be
nning of thtis article, wichI hatve at
pathetic interest, to atll wh'o htave felt,
het pan~gs of Lhe gren-eyedI iOnster'
htis c5onsidecrately enllled J1ealousy.
Intsplect,or Oldfliehl has recently imade
tnother arrIest (If initerest,. Syl vester
lloocht, a smtall negro boy, 1 2 years oIf
ige, is the victitm int .h is case. 1'Te
>oy hias been atrrested for' rolbbintg t,be
ock boxes at the Andt(erson po(stollice.
9ev'eral art,icles have been imissedl
here tecently amtong thetm a watch be
ng to Natreissus Snipes, Ia eok~ wo
nan. T1he litle negro contf.,,eo Itis
rime andi( is no0w awitin g trial. -ThIe
D)eputy lin it'-d States Miarshall1 .lais.
C. D)avidson catine to Newberry last
veek to serve a wattrrant (on AIlr. WV. II.
3rouch , IL young w hit,o tan Ii vi ng ini
ho postal law-tak intg matil1 ft om the
>llce, opelning and destroy intg letters.
r. Crouch wats catrried to Colu mbia
--hav'i ng sitrrendered to NIlr. Datv i ont
-On '1Tesday , watived the prelimuinartiy
mad wats bounld overt to app eart at, the
nited Stattes Int Grteeitvillec i Oet,0
>er. 110 gatve bondi in thie sitma of $2..
lIatcoveored( by aiI 313 Woat.
Aniot her greatt dIscverey hias beeDi
nado(1, and1( tht. too, by at lady it t his
~Outrty. "DIisease fastened its cltheles
Ipont her and1( forseiVent yearIs shte ith
tod its severest tests, bit h-t vi tal
rgan is were undi (ertnIined2 anmd deatth
eemed i tmtittinetO. l"'or t hree mlonl(ths
dbe Coulghed( incessatitly, antd could ntot
ileer. Sbe f inal ly dIiscotveredt a waty to1
eetovery', by lpurtchasixin g of us a bo m!Ilec
>f Dr. Kintg's New D)iscovery for Coni.
mantit on, anid wats 5o mucith relIievedl
mn tatkitng firs't dose, thait, she slept1 all
uight ; attd withI two hotlieIs hats beenl
ibsoluitely'V uredl. lIe r nameIl I it's.
Eut,ther butz. Thlus writes \V. C. I lat
1l0k & Co., oif Shielby, N. C. lTriial
)1ottles free at all I)rug Stores.
IRegutlitrt size 50eo antd 1 .00. i' very bot
MIi ss V irginaiat Moon, after a Iinager.
ng ill ness, (lied at t,he residlence of lier
tnotheri ont Nancte street in this eit,y, Ott
J'iitsdaiy Itn it., lit the 22ntd year t of Iter
ige. S he wats a you ng Ilady Ihighlly es.
eemied bly her miany friendius and( no
IlulaI illances. Thte fiunleratl seri''Ice was
beld Wednesday afternIoont and the re
ttains inItterred itn I osemon tC( emtet ely.
'1 ihe A ppu'tite of n1 (Joat
Is en vIed by all p1oor dyspeptiles whose
Stttmach andl I Lie r are Ott o (f ordler.
All such shoutld ktnow thiat Dr.; K ing's
New I,i1fe illIs, the wotndeirfuI S Ittimeb
Ld ii Aver Remtedyl3 gives at splenid (
11ppe1tt, soun ld digest ion and a r.egutlar
bodily hatbit thatt Iisuires perfect healtI h
Itnd gret enertgy. Only 25 cents at all
tEtV, 1)1. I1 AI,1.lI AN I.$INIJ.
110 Gives Up tlI 1'Naltorate Nt, Prospterity
and will 1)evoto litS wholo TlIio to
Erilting IteliglouM I'attNpers-tvMigKa
tlon Takes E(fect October 31at.
1ev. S. T. 1Ialla , 1). 1) , pastor of
Grace ('hurch l'rosperity, S. C., hals
tenderedl his re;signlat ionl as pastor, to
tak l ' ti'ert Otober I kt.
1)h-. Hllmhan will retire- frot the
pasto'iip of this clitcih and will de
vote Iis whole tine to the interests of
The Lutheri Visitoi and the Southern
IAuthertan. lie will t.herefore he glad
to contnunicate with parties having
desira tle houses to rent at mnoderate
prices either iii Newherry or I'ros
I )'. I IIIIMan is one Of 0.he Muost ablie
lliniste's in the I , llit 'ani ('hiu'chi
South. lie is it forceful and inpres
sive speaker and is an able writer,
havintg shown his ability in that, line
in edito'ial connection wi i the above
tuentioned periodicals in the past.
We hope that he will iee his way
clear and itit a sunitable resiIence and
maket his hoine in Newhei'rry. ile will
be a inost welconed taddition to our
Nlvterry vs. 1.au -nu.
''he Newt bli'ry base ball nine left on
the up1) t'itin yestterday to play it series
of gatumes with t.it I,atri'(ns boys. o)ur
boys have i pret,ty Strong leant now and
unless I1aturets hits alln uusually strong
iitne the Newherrianls will will. Tho
following colupose the Newherry teann:
li !tzel --'.
l.uthel' i It.
I iishop--i l1.
Senn- -S. S.
Coat s-C. P0.
I'elhi tun I,. I'.
Schtn pert - -I1'. I.
Willie I olgree "Imascot."
Frank .l\'1wIr, C. G. M,Oase, I0.
I tuss, .1. H. l-'air', and .1. A. Ii 'o ers
Tr ublcmelu is Ino Arn y.
)nring the civil watr. as well as in
our lilte wtr with Spiltin, diarht'nea was
one of the itnst trotiblesonute diseases
ti,he ar113niy t( ha (o contend w'ithl. In
11u4Iny in)"tanc,1 it h ocamer chronic and
the old solditrs itill suitf'cr' trorn it.
Mt. Ilavid 'l'yitloi of W ind Itidg1e.
Greeni, ('o., i'a., is one of th1'se. lIIt
uISe6 ('hau)hcrlain'" ('o1ic, ('holera andi
Diarrhoea loidy and says he It ve'
fonid ainytlinig ,bat.,it would give him
such quil' ielief. It. is for sale by W.
I. I'elhat, Uruggist.
(B. M.0[ Womlall's Collcm Riclillomli(, Va.)
Will olici Sciool S0litmlicr 1st, 1899,
NIusic oom ill the, collra.l
a iarti, th eti towil.
It.erms.i te e,ir rlessos, Nw
Asrotrwilalted meel wi'e beint,d
'.ther ill ihet tw sert'it 1coti eat day.
n eonty wil te prii aetel meing i
atelcnoree, there wil e nt sevic at
T,he Rlainto Ha t.omt atr Last,
Sunda p.( m.S i im l'aSor.
se IS.ua nrigsevc ilh e
h trr,gnext Snday,henhenwa
' i'll pach.i of igt, Nthe uioniI
servictesiiV wit a behld 11 the langd
et. liteniiIt'l pastirs atnl nitgr teatn
iter,b city ii ll i te i e tndn
wlei t~ thel' newit II pateo tni
The f ain Has'lee Comek Sat \Lst
Andi'' Iitiato t Il'tietl fori sw
ingTrnit.Ji ( 1)ed. 'n D o't plant
anyt St'.t hSts, lii teline Sih
bet\ew have c. inatll totf is
fhicesi:it vaie til' utties ( 1111ne ImlJ
Drugg )le:tists on l:the rwcornr.('n
tet soe.-i ittile w ven A waytie~c .\ls
eTA,ite hantl~d:tney ailust-rate n-t
day I lne wpapr, iarte fo ivig a lie t
GAN-: b'tt HS'Yt'. ach dayote lis
Cast lit ofPi itirds made tyughe SteIltti
I'ers o ntiied ilitit tt'i t ' i'
1T-isi -Es N-hoe-.v 'e.5-t_t s-liit'n ,,ii
no ioe dues roI it ny oni wod tha itt
istfoutd iNe Niw Yorky St-. \Vit
Newberry College lteunilon.
'l'ho following is the programine of
Newberry College reunion, emnbracing
territory of I':dglleidi(i, Aiken and Sallu
da Counties to be held atCorinth clurch,
Saluda County, S. C., Saturday August,
26, 1899, 10 a. in.
I)eVotiointil I-xe' ist'.
A\th ess t I \\'elIe'ine, by I 'nof. ('. 1'.
l esponsela by I'rof. tI\ohert I,. (;ollf,
I . I''eplIaratory Sehools-- lion. :. S.
IiI tise, 1'rof. Sainue1 .1. 1)eri' ek.
2. 'I'Ile reflex inlinenve for good
f'ornl a ('ollegt' htadllat(m, n thet h1om1e,
eonlununity anld the (Ihur'th I'r'of. \\v.
E-. lillack, l'rof. I). It. liuishy.
:1. A 1'a re ' ellecttionl on senl1
ing to 'olh.g1i, -lion. .1. 1;. Ifunte',
I%,ev. :. i'. Iloozer.
.\dd -sses by I'res. :oo. I. ('ronue'r
I'otnle antl enjoy a trt' at intelleetua:lly'
I,et all t he speaxkers respomld prompt
Iy to their assigned duty.
.JAS. I). I NIN.). 1''re:ident,
11. 1B. llato, See'y'.
'iT,he tenst(is of the it'l(na -(hools
iitri,t No. 2".) will ui t at meo )Io
houlse, A\ugust. 15thi. t) (liect, tean el"s
for white and eolor<(' sehools. AI)ppli
t'atil ns t'an het st'nt to eillie-r of the( un1
der.,i ned. I'ltese stale saha'y wanted.
11,11N 1). S l eI . t I:vI. '
I. I'. 1111.1..
t d. .1. T. I ).:x is.
The iat-rons of T''ralnwood school,
(I)istr'iet No. lI,1 wV"ill hold a1 mueetin'
on l''ridayt\ afltrnoon at. : o'loeck, ,au
"ustl. ilth, for (he p,urpiose of (lec tinlg a
teueher f'or the p ublie ternl. '.The sal)
au'y is "-:, per nlonth for first g1'ile
teacher. l;oardl l an he hadl at. ' lit r
mnontht, and probably eheap)er. AI'1 i
eatt.ous (ttl he hanldedl to any of the
uindersi"'ned trustees 1 htt. (hate.
I). W. lh.\tlti:, N'owh erry. S. (',
.1. W . 1 I' I N("
td . ,i. 1;. li 1.:: '. I l lel l, '
tin' Tr-Ites of St. I'ul's tiehool
Will h lu d I nieetin-ig n ugust Il h, at
n1 . i t elect a teneher for th l' enst
1i"g sehiolast ie iar. \ l pplicat-ion. for
position of teaehei"rlmay be addre"ssed
to (ither' .1 . Wl . 11. l' 11.it.:;',
S i h ,S. ('.
l'atorns of ilhool alire ret' i esti' d to be
' illt on Ihat tlate. tI'rustems, I d
1't)1'N I -:I) IN I" :,.
'This in t,itution, famno s in the his.
iory IIf" edue tion i1 Sout.h ('arolina,
has retent.ly been thoroughly reorgan
Iiet am now, with a lge nd ablt
h''aeelty, is prepare to do flle-v work
of he very hiIhe..grade. Negulyt weot.y
t.hn.sand dhus have been anppropri
ated for iprovonent-. i sllenii
new builing;" is being erimted which
Will ('ontaini a hurg A utitoriumu, at I,i
brury, a a meding-aio:jm. a Musemn of
Naturl Sciine, a hn dltliful hall for-the
lietear so n i neee t oliees.
The hildicg will be furnished with new
heatin;, app1arat.uls thbrughout.. all the
roomis will t': "nupplied wIth1 now furni
phWiat,chnia and Clock re-gia
parhing tat secsaty.i h
Joklofarst- and wOantolange
I AM NOT
* > With past nchiovomeonts, but
always striving to outdo my former
ofl'orts. Voui will find my litoro
bright with now goods in the line of
I will lnuko it prolitablo to you if
yol call and exanino my stock bo
fore buying. 'Tlo goods aro marked
to Sit It ho tiltles.
J. W. WHITE,
1ain Streot, Nowb,rry, S. C.
Sell Them Cheap!"
10-Inclt \W'hito Lawn at Sc. a yard,
0-1nIl White Lawn at 10c. a yd.
worl l 12 e'.
I nlia IAinecls at: >e. a y1. worth 8Ac.
at II i a yd. worth lac,
" at 121. a yl. worth ISc.
.0 pieces ligured :til(1 1'la in L awns at
'1. at yd. worth 81 and( Inc.
25 pieces of lI"igurer-l andI l'lit ()rgn
dies at 1lo. and I 21e. ia y<., the l;anto
kin a1nd cltuali(y ats others ask you
I1). anl 2(1 . for.
We live i beautifl lino of White Or
galdies at. 1Oc., I2.1., ic., 20e., 25e.,
:; . and( .0t y1d. You Shouk eto
( hemt to apIprel:tate thern.
We have just, 1ceived a new lot. Of
tret'ty 1,ate s, 1finiu roideries and Rib
b,o11, Belt Ihlll(e1s, lialuty Pills and
IFtan. All of these we sell very cheap.
('oItI I11(1 t'e.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
Is conIlilete in every ine. I,:l(,e',
len'a at<l ('hihdren'a .Iigh Cut, Shoes
In1 I a n an<i1 ition, 'TaI and ilack,
Ox 1'or<d an(1 lillper, inl any 'style, prieo
5 ('ascs l oLadies' ( x forl4 at 75. worth
: a 1ss I.:alteis' Oxi'd $1.(H wvorth *I 25
e Iaes I a lie4' ()x1<1( $1.2.1 worth $1.F 11
5 ( ases I ,t(tie' ()x '(4 $1.)t vo'tIi (2.0(
- (',e(s ILaldle' )x f'd $2.1:0 worth $2.50
31isses a1nd 'hiiren's tlippers and
Ox fori sltI 511e., ;:)c. ald $I.0) ai pa ir.
''he est line Of AIlet'4 an<d Boys'
I'anls i N8 whorry, at just 1b11out half
Ith(.r I1Ie y1u 1paIl y f(o I1henl elsewhere.
N\ow lot Iloy4' anlld (hildren's Cloth
111g, wthich we l1 eheatpe'r than ever.
Sil ris, Shirt, Shirt". We have themn
lo suit any one, it. any price fromt 25n.
to $1.5(1 all (he httet. styhs.
l'Inbrelbas an<d l'asol4. Weo cannot
be heat on t' mbreIla4:
1011 I'nbllrelIhs with Steel rols lit 5bOc.
llll " "t " "1 "1 ^5 .
1111 Silk m l "4 "1 "1 1. 00
11)1 " "1 "1 " " $1.25
A sk 10 4('(e I hose I Iml brel Ilas.
We hltve just. receive ai lot of Men 'a
Serge ('olts an<d VestsH, andI 0ra4h Huit4,
an<d we wvill certainly sell thtent cheap.
('ot11e to e(' 118i on lnytlilg in our
11i1e. We' will glIuranto to Meli theo
lIe ;L8I ( (1(1( for the( lInoney of an1y store
iln Ne wLIberry. C.omot to see 118 ofteii.
Mhlain Street, Newberry, H. C.
3TAIo1if' <> l iljllT ax Ale.LNA
13Y V I'i'T I ()l'' AN I'NXECIJTiION
sell Onl 311n11ay, tho 7it.h <1ay (If 'AuIgust,
18003, (sals<hiy, ) at, Newherr.y Court
I louse, theo follow ing prloperty, viz:
I a1)t in town Io(f NewhIerr~y, assesset9c to
I .ouisa Il1er8., bounled<lby lanods of
l 4u1t11n Green, Sirn Cannon101, IAge I'I ii
lips unc1 S. .l.31A l(tughrlil.
ll , in town o1(f Newh1errlly, assesse(Ac to
I .lIeiIlal I 1enley, boundl(edb ion ,10(on1es
and1( Southernl'l ItaiIlroad.
1.1 I111 flI I Ub IS l.n 81. 111114 ) !)
SherilfI N. C.
UNION, S. C.
-uill colleg cour011seo(f high stanIdarId.
.S1uerior~ ad vantIages in Art and 3lusic,
-.01nt1 inst,ulction and11 (enre can1 he given.
Ihoard, tuit.ionl, ill all college lit,lrary
cour(1 ii 1s. foe 1usc1i lase11Ar
f'aioteI es.:10p year, 1llL
bleal.\\. lltgor, h>ea. lt,h. e JlEl
i WS. l. (',,14.( A). 1) I,s
('<>l NTY 14 111,II 1> NIC IsE I) llY- IN
11 W.. SOal I dge, Esq, Il'ae,eisge.
hatie h(1 unule1 uit, .41 m to grant 1(1
h11 (i iIle s (f A I, d 1inis,ration de1 1 b Ani
Inon11, flthI.Estat of m~iL Il fects of1
11lr1 . Iara A.I l)aI 13nie ls, eceased: 1.1
IThee arie, liher1'1T ,atoofit\ and ad
mif anyll avd ighi t.he k1( 1idredt
Fn reshtor ock ofi Lis aa-A
j)uis reeivd,ta, Alle ten
applafre , vaintesr at'o
pae oula prica, e. rr Callrt
PUenhams myhariahi thy11,