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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat ... ... ............. ......... (@ 6ic.
Shoulders .................. .......,... 70. ,
Hans................................. 10@ 12io.
Best Lard .......................... 7 i8kc.
Boat Molasses, now crop...... 50c.
Good Molasses.................... 25@35. I
Corn .................................. 65c.
Meal ................................. 60c.
Wheat Bran................. $1.00.
1st Patent Flour.............. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... 84.60.
Strait Flour....................... $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour. $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sugar .................... 61 a?6*o.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, per cwt............. 30c.
Butter, pr lb ................ 15(@20c.
Eggs, per dozen .... ..... loc.
Chickens, each.....,........... 124@20o.
Peas, por bushel................. iOc.
Corn, per bushel................ 55c.
Oats, per bushel........... 5(a40c. 1
Swedt potatoes .................... 4 q50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. Sc.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 6O(75c.
Quickly cure constiput ion and rebuild
and invigorate the entie System-never I
gripe or nauseate-DeWitt's Little
iLarly Risers. Robertson & Gilder.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and(
Shingles. S'rUA wr Btos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
A Silver Otturlug. f
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres
byterian church will give an enter- c
tainment (a silver offering) at the home
of Mr. J. W. M. Simmons, Friday, Au
gust 11th, from 8.30 to 11 o'clock p. in.
Irritating stings, bites, scratches,
woun0s and cuts soothed and healed by
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,-a sure f
and safe application for tortured flesh. t
Beware of counterfeits. RoL'rtson &
Plano for Sale.
A Fisher square piano full size, good r
tone, mahogany case. For terms, and t
inspection, apply to Miss Mamic Dun
can or Mr. B. 0. Duncan. t 2t.
The C., N & L. railway has on sale C
week-end tickets to Charleston, giv ing
one a chance to visit Sulli .'an's Island t
and the Isle of Pal ins. Tickets on sale I
every Saturday good to return until i
Monday morning, at $3 for the round
trip. For further information see Mr.
Cavenaugh, the agent at Newberry. c
Hamilton Clark, of Chaunecy, Ga., 1
says he suircred wi'h itching piles f
twenty years before trying DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, two boxes of which c
completely cured him. Beware of
worthless and dangerous counterfeite.
Robertson & Gilder.
Stop the Fitea.
Use our Screen Doors and Windows. 1
E. 11. LEsrllE, Manager. t&ftf r
HIouse and Lot For Sa e.
For terms and particulars apply to C
f&t tf Dr. James M. Kibler.
Dlaily Mall from higgins' Ferry.
Postmaster Fair has succeeded in
having a daily star route mall betweceni
IIiggins' Ferry and1 Newberry estab- r
lished. Scaled p)roposals for carrying u
the mail wvilI be received until the 15thi
lustant. The cariler wvill leave 1Hig
gins' Ferry at 8.30 declock in the mnorn- I
Ing arriving at Newberry at 12 m. c
leaves Newberry .at 2.30 and arrives t
at Higgins' Ferry at (I p. mn. This wvill
prove a great convenience to the peco- e
nic at both ends of t,he line, and Mr.
Fair is to be congratulated for his sue-i
cessful efforts in behalf of the public c
"'DeWitt's Little i'Carly Risers did r
ime mnore good1 than alt blood( medicine
and other pills," writes Gco. H. .Jacobs,
o f Thom pson, Con n. P~romflpt, llaIsant,
never gripe,-they cure constipation, mm
u*L~ se the torplid liver to action andI
Du clean blood, steady nerves, a
clear In and a healthy appletite.
Robertson 4 Gilder.
An Exe )tln to the iCuie.
A shop whore yo can get what you
want and when you. want it.
Cotton Seed H-ulls forn sale at my
stables. 20c per hundred p)ound. None 1
sold on credit.
1mi t&f. T1. C. POOL.
Josh Trump and Pumsh are hereby
summoned to appear~ at T1he Herald
and News ofice on next Sat.urday at 10 1
o'clock, August 12, '99, to decide on a
p)lace and timneto hold our correspon- r
dlents picnic. Also to appoint such
committees as arc noeoded. And to get r
up and publish a p)rogr'amnme. I am
sorry that]I cannot be prmesent at this
committee meeting as I am sick with
fever. Go forward and lets have the 1
picnic, allow me to suggest that It be
given at Jolinstone's Academy.
That Throbbing Ileadache.
Would quickly leave you, If you usedl
Dr. King's New Life PillIs. T1houisands
of sufferers have proved theCir match
less merit for' Sick and Nervous Head
aches. They maske pure blood andi
strong nerves and build up your hmealthm.
Easy to take. Try themi. Only 25~
cents. Money back If not ctued. Sold
by all Druggists.
The Farmers' Institute will be held at
Brown & Moseley's grove on August
17, 1899. Subject and sp)eakers will bc
given later. Other conty papers
VARI(US AND ALL ABOUT.
See ad. of Columbia College.
Postmaster Fair wont down to Co
umbia yesterday on business.
Mr. Harry Garlington, of Illinois, is
spending a while hre with relatives.
.Mrs. Thoe. F. Tarrant and three step
bildton are visiting relatives in North
Rev. P. 1). Risinger with his bride
s visiting the family of Rev. Dr. Hall
nan at Prosperity.
Jtead what A. C. Jones has to say
,his week. It may be the cause of sav
ng you some money.
Mr. J. A. Blackwelder left last week
or Concord, N.C., where he will spent
few weeks with relatives.
Jr. Samuel Head, of near Granite
ille, is visiting his sisters, Mrs. W. H.
3lats and Mrs. J. A. West.
Chicken thieves have been getting in
,heir work within the past few weeks,
etting a few here and there.
I3ouknight's blacksmith shop has
men moved up on the old Loavell mar
>le yard, back of the opera house.
The West End ball team defeated the
own boys Saturday afternoon easily.
icore 9 to 14 at the end of the eighth
Miss Hattie Dunlap. assistant princi
>al of one of the city schools of Atlantai,
ha., is spending a while with relatives
md friends in the county.
The Governor olfers a reward of $100
or the arrest and conviction, of the
rorson or persons who burned the barn
If Mr. W. B. Oxner on July 12th.
'1'he Newberry Land and Security
3omplany advertises for a thousand
cres of land. Those who have land to
cll should see this comp y. See ad.
Alderman Cabaniss as called to
helly, N. C.. last week on account of
he illness of his mother. le returned
esterday,'h is mother having somewhat
Messrs. J. A. E-,ddy and R. L. Tar
ant left yesterday for Hendersonville
o spend a few weeks They were join
d in their trip at Clinton by Mr. 0. 0.
Evangelist Leitch will begin i series
f meetings at the O'Neall street church
ext Sunday. Ie will be assisted by
he sweet singer, Mr. Marshall. Th
ublic is invited to attend these meet
Mr. Wim. H. Hunter, who has a
osition in the government printing
111ce at Washington, arrived home last
'riday on a visit. He has been in bad
calth for the past month, Ills many
riends here hope for him a speedy re
overy to good health.
There will be no preaching in the
irst Methodist church on next Sun
ay, the pastor, Rev. W. I. Herbert,
eing absent conducting a series of
ocetings in the Princeton circuil.
unday-school will be held in theafter
oon as usual. Mr. Herbert will leave
n Saturday and return the latter part
f vext week.
Mr. John A. Abrams, son of Mr. T1om
Lbrams, died at the home of his father
a the county on Saturday. His r'e
iains were buried on Sunday after
Mr[zs. Mi. 13. Cald well died at her home
a the county, nearLI this cit.y, on Friday
*it Mrs Cauldwell was a daught~er of
Iol. J1. (2. S. Browvn and1( was a most es
inmable lady. Heri remrainus were laid
a rest in Rosemont, cemetery Sat,urday
fimrs P'. J. St.eyens died at her home
a No. 8 Towvnship on Friday last af'er
nily a few days illness. She leaves a
.usband and two children and a host of
rienids to mourn their lors. Her reo
iains were buried at Mt. Zion Satur
ay mor'ning at 11 o'clock.
The live-year-old daughter of Mr.
ndl Mrs. F. H. Campsmn died at their
ome in F'actoryville on Saturday af
ornoor. The remains were buried
unday at the factory cemeter~y.
B,th Eden Itemns.
We are very dry and hot a shower
f rain would refresh everything and
aake us all feel better.
Miss lula Jones, who has been spend
ng sonie time at, Mr. R1. HI. Burt,on's
ins returned to your city.
Miss Eunice Eargie a charming
oung lady of Lexington is visiting
dtiss Hallie Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T.' Cofield ar'e vis
t,ing at Rev. '1. W. IBedenbaugh's near~
Mrs. Ida1 Bonner who is visiting her
unt, Mrs. L. A. Hawkins, has been
tuite ill for the paist, week. We 'hope
he will be better soon.
Mr. Hawkins has also been Ill and is
mot any bettor yet.
Mr. Arthur Leo andi friend visited
his sister Mrs. A. C. Sligh last week.
A crowd of younig p)eople are thinik
ng of spending Wednesday evening
at the Minerl Springs. We hop1) it, will
>c enjoyed by nil.
[B.- .of Wonlall's Collog, Richiiolld, Va.)
Will Opcil Schoaol Septembeor 1st, 1899,
Music Room in the central
part of thle town.
Terms, $2.50 per 8 lessons.
NEW 1'ASTOR WELCOMED.
All the Pastors of the City Joiu In a Wetl
conio Meeting at the Luthurtnu Church.
A union welcome service was held at
the Lutheran church Sunday night, as
is the usual beautiful custom, to wel
come the now pastor, Rev. M. G. G.
It has been the custom in Newberry
for many years when a lcw preacher
comes to this city, for all the parties of
the different denoninations to close
their churches and with their congre
gations join in a union service, giving
the new pastor a hearty welcome.
In accordance with this custom, onf
Sunday night a large congregation was
present to join in the welcome service
at the Lutheran church-all the
churches being closed-all the pastors
were present except Rev. G. A. Wright,
of the Baptist church, who was absent
on account of the illness of Mrs.
Wright, and ho sent his regrots at
not being able to join in the service,
but stated that his heart was with them
in the meetinL.
The sermon was preached by Rev.
Mr. Scherer, who began by stating that
he appreciated this greeting of the
brethren and their pet ple and that his
every effort would br to promote this
brotherly feeling between them. IIe
preached a plain, practical sermon
which was enjoyed by the large crowd
present. He is a pleasant, forceful
speaker and uses good language to ex
The Herald and News extends to Mr.
Scherer and his family a hearty wel
come to our oity.
Itemns f.omn St. Pauule.
We are needing rain agaii.
Messrs. Thaddeus iEpting, T. A.
Epting and Miss Grace Bedenbaugh
were elected delegates to the Lutheran
Conferential Sunday School Conven
tion which meets on the 9th and 10th
instant at Mt. Pilgrim church.
Mrs. George MatTett and son, of Sa
luda County, are visiting relatives in
Among the visitors of the community
ire Miss Minnie Fellers, of St. Lukes,
Miss Claudic Coleman, of Walton,
Miss Tillhe Bynum, of Columbia, and
the Misses Suber, of Walton. They
were the gur zts of Miss Grace Beden
baugh and attended the reunion at.
Little Mountain, returning to their re
ipective homes on the folk ' tg day.
Mr. J. I. Copeland and tarming
tister Miss [lamp, having attended the
reunion at Little Mountain, spent Fri
lay night with Miss Bedenbaugh, re
'urning to their home near Clinton,
Mrs. M. L. Dickert is visiting her
1aughter Mrs. L. I. Epting.
I see Chips has suggested a commit
tee onl picnic consisting of Leona, P'ush
nd Josh Trump. I suppose Leona will
tct as chairman, Josh secretary and I
will "Push" the business along. Now
Leona, I think you had better call a
neeting at once, so we can get down to
During the last four days of last week
tour scribe was in the upper p)art of
,he county at Kinards, on the line of
[2aurens Countj, assisting Supervisor
EIill to build a bridge across Bush rive:
m1 the old Ninety-Six 'oad. Laurens
Aoum,y is paying half of the mton- y.
MIr. Hill has the cont,ract and is u .ng
he chain gang to do the work. The
L,pprIoachecs are made of rock,and crush
id rock arc being p)ut in a hundred
gards from the bridge. We were
iever in that p)art of the county befotre,
sonsequently we made many acquaint,
incos. We spent TJ.uesdamy night wit,h
~he hospitable family of Mr'. I. M.l
The Smit,h Biros., are op)erating a
.oller flour mill at Kinards. We had
Ahe p)leasure of going through the
building and seeing the machinery ill
peration. They have a thirty-horse
ower enIginle and boiler. Thley are pre
paring to runlt a large ginning outhit
mnd will use the suction system for unm
eading andl carrying oilf seed. They
will make the round bale.
Rev. P. D. Risinger pr'eachedl an in
acreating and instruct,ive sermon at St.
August 7, 1899.
The. Report In.
(The Record, 7th.)
There was received in the Governor's
Dflco today a bulky p)ackage from
Greenville from tile penitentiary in
vestigating committ.ee. It contained,
no doubt, all the testimony in the case,
as well as the committee's report there
Dn. Oh'ing to the absene of the gov'
arrnor the package was not opened, and
the report of the committee cantnot be
made Public just~yet. It is, however,
generally understood that the commit,
tee will recommend that Colonel Neal
be prIosecutted, and tIhe repor't, will prtob
ably be turned over to the Attorney
General for action.
In b Glallons,
Also Rubbers for samoi for
sale cheap at
RtOBERTSON & GILDER'S
TIlE WIEEAT (ICOWE'tS CONVIENTION
telegaten Eletlt to the Convention to be
1i41d at (ireenwootd on thu
In re"ponso to it call Issued by Mr.
I. T.'C. Iluntet, at the request of citi
zenl of Greeiwood, who are the pro
muotvrs of the convention of wheat
growers to be held in that city on next
Tuesday, a number of farmers met in
the court house on Monday and organ
ized by electing R. T. C. 1lunter, chair
man, and .1. W. Karhardt, secretary.
Ir. I tntiter stated that the object of
the meeting was to elect delegates to
the convention to ho helb in Greenwood
on the 15th, the object of which was to
encourage wheat growing in the South.
MIr. IIunt,er stated tbut, lie felt satis
flied that where one had land adapted
to the growth of wheat that it would
prove profitable to plant it, that i- for
ono's own use; but its i money crop he
couldn't, say. Some lands it will not
pay to plant it on. 11e stated that he
had been planting wheat for thirt.y
years and it had paid him every year
except, one--one year he made a failure.
Wheat planting always leaves land in
better condition. l.and with red clay
subsoil will grow wheat: pipe clay will
not grow it.
Alr. J. H. Chappell thought that
wheat growing ought to be encouraged.
IIe made a poor crop this year but it
paid him better than any other crop le
On motion of M r. J. M. Johnstone it
was decided to elect four delegates,
and the following persons were chosen
and given the power to select alternates
in case they could not attend: Dr. It.
C. Carlisle, J. C. Neel, B. T. 1'aysin
ger and David U. Werts.
Editor Houseal of The Observer
stated that he was much interested in
the question and had (lone all in his
power to work it up. IIe had sent on
names of farmers of each township in
the interest of this meeting. Ilie
thought, farmers ought to get back to
old methods, plant wheat for their own
use and make such products at home.
The meeting then adjoruned.
1i. EC. .a 1,. ELLEItitC DlJEAl) OIi TillS
l1-21ef That lie ws' i Murdered aind lItody
Pl'te.cad iefore Traian--Was Brother
of ite Late Gove-rnor.
(Special to The State.)
'loeren:e, Aug. 5.--Thursday night
Herbert S. EIlerbU,, brother of the late
Gov. Ellerbe, was killed either by the
fast southbound passenger train No. 35,
or else by foul play and placed on the
track to conceal the crime. The acci
dent happened between Sellers and
Latta, and was not known in Florence
until late yesterday afternoon. A negro
coming along the track yesterday
morning (iscovered the mantigled ic
mains and reported his d iscovery to the
agent at Latta, who notilied to coro
ner of Marion county and J. )eIongh
of this city who investigates such mat
Ltes for the Atlantic Coast Line.
VTe accident~ was horrible in every
detail. Portions of the mant's l;ody
were fotind strewvn along the track to
Pee Dee bridlge, and( it is said when the
t,rain arrivred at Charleston some of his
clothintg and a part of the retmaints were
taken from the trucks of the rear 1Putll
tman catr. The crew were not aware of
t,he accident ut'l the train reached
It is ahntost. impo)ssib)le to tell htow thte
tccident occurrted, but from the fact
that the unfortunatte mtan had1( that, day
sold tobacco att Latt,a, the t,hcouy of
rotul pilay has been advanced. When
found his trotuseirs' pocets were tutrnedl
inside out,, and one ccnt wasit foundtI
upon01 his petrsoin, although it, is stated
whtent last seen he had $5. It mi ght,t be
tht Ite was mturdered and latced lpotn
Mr. Ellerbe was about 25 years 01(1
anid unilmarried. The reimainis were
initerk-ed at, the family hturyitng ground~(
Newberry College ltenzto..
T1hte following is the programme of
Newberry College treunion, embrhtacintg
territory of Edgehield, A ikeni antd Salui
dlaCotunties to be held atCorinth chhurcht,
Salud a Couttly, S. C., Satturdlay A ugust,,
26i, 180, 10 aL. m1.
Address of Wclelome by I 'rof. G. N.
Response5 by P'rot. hIobert, L. Go)lf.
1. P rep)aratory Schools- lon. N. S.
13lease, P'rof. Samuel J1. D)errick.
2. Tfh rellex infltence for goodl
from a college graduat~te, ott the htomte,
commnht tit,y antd thte church -PIrot. WV.
N. Black. Prof. D. H . IHutsby.
3i. A F'armer's rellect,ion on sendt
inig t.) college-Ilon. J1. II. I un tter,
Addiresses by IPres. Geo. II. Cromner
C~omet and enjoy a treat inttellectualiy
Let, all thte speaLkers respondt lpomt,
ly to their assignted (duty.
The Rain Has Come at Last
AInd also the time for sowV
any1 but Bulist's, they are the
best. WVe have all of his~
choicest varieties. Colme and(
ROBERTSON & GILDIER
l)rugiss 01 tIo cone ,
A lIg Crowtl-AntI tto Intrt"at lit Now
berry College tilll (nercaing.
There was the usual large crowd,
aboult 3500 peolle, p resent. Tihe occa
s1on was the annual reuion of (the
students and ex-st,udents of Newberry
College. I,ast l"riday was a great day
--at Littl, Mountain.
This section of Newhm rry ana I.ex
inlton ('ounties has done nue-h fo
Newherry College and in retu'rn New
berr"y (Collerge has educaited a nu111mer
of its sons. And they all t.urned out,
last Priday. They were there from miies
and miles aronnd. They were Inter
ested in the college and wanted to meet
one another and learn the neighbor
hood news. They were there-the ha.
bies and the children, t.he young folks
aid the old folks and we all enjoyed
ourselves toget.her. And they didn't
forget-that is the good wonen-to
bring with them their baskets well til
led with chicken, pies, hams, beef
stake. roasted mut,tons, preserve pat
ties, cakes, and all good things to eat.,
for which they are famous. A tid as one
looked over the mountain and down in
the valley at such a dinte as wias
SI) 'cad, it iudo one feel that want
would never come to those good in
The :;,00 were fed--and ant ahundance
left. If they were not it, was their
fault for the rations wcre there in
'.his was a great day, and we enujoyed
meeting old friends and school mates
and mingling with the people gen
Possibly very few of those )rescnt
ht.ard the speeches. Yet it was a New
berry College .1 eunion and everybody
came and went talking Newberry 'ol
loge, and they will continue it for a
The speeches were first class and well
delivered, and we regret, that space
does no pernitu its to give full synop
sis, and anything short of thi5 wonlt:
not do t.he speakers justice.
A LI'TTISit FitOM TiIN: I'llll,1,ll'INICK.
A Soldlier i the Arimy Wriltes ts to Ills
Experlencud-:xipa-els to icttrn to
the Sales Soon.
We have gather'ed the following froni
a letter written by a soldier now in the
IPhillipines to a friend in Newherry,
which will he read with interest by our
"It wolhd be a great pleasure for me
to come to Newberry agaiii, bt, I ean
not say when i caii Come now. I amn
at-present inl the hospital, where I have
been for two nont,hs. 'We have inuch
sickness here now among the soldiers
- the hosl)itals and hos)ital hoards
are Crowded. (Great num1111bers of dead
and wouid-c'1 are brouglit in eve 'y slay.
Ou the I:;th of June, in a battle Soutlh
of here-Manila---the b:)ys got. into it
pretty lively, where they lost about, a
dozen and had about, 101) wounded.
Ti-e insurgents are st,ill holding out
and it is not, likely that ,hey wIll give
in as long as they have a gun. All the
Lthe volunteer's here expect, to sail1 hionme
soon. The Ore.oni sa iled the other1
dhay and thie test, will faollow ini the or
der Lbhat tey caime overi-ti rst to comt e
liirt, to go. WVe will go by way of Jlalatn
whierec we will sLOP a f.. w dayVs. It, will
b)e t ni1ce Lri p, not1 so hiot as it. was comi
ing over, heinhg int a mior'e niorthleranly
(4)nte. tanele Sami is now noiig
tran ispor'tationa andl tr'avel pay to all
whlo will enilist agin for two years,
whichol amiounts to about ii00$)-but theyv
are get.t,ing but few. We will be
imustered out ian San l"ranceisco) anid from
theire get travel liay to) the po( it we
enl istedl and two mth( Is extra pay.
hiave paissed( .li -ough a great dieatl in
the past few aionthils, bitt Goal has heeni
w it meia, and( I ex pect to be0 1back in thie
States in a few mnoant,hs if all goes well.
Th'le last, battle I was in was ini Aprtil,
in whIiich we ha td about t t killed aLnd 20)
wounided, bitt the inusuargents had
abouiit 2001 Ikil led ad wounlilded
Short,ly after thiis oxpleditioni and lightt
ig I got, sick."' * x x
.I,itttle ( ;eoia, the t,wo-year'-olad son1
(of I ccv. aiid Mlrs. C. W. ( 'reightoai
dlied( at the ir homne in J enuettsv illeI on
Saturday last,. Mr. Creightoni lhas
mnany frienids ini Newherry who deeply
sympilatize wit.h him i and hia f:aily 1 ini
the loss of hiis li,tLIe sni.
A~ Fr'liht fu a aiundesr.
WXill ofteni eaust a hiorrile lHornat
Scaldl, Cu tor' Iruiise. Buck baa'it A rnica
S:Llve, thte bqtL In thie world, will kill
te patin and11 promtlya.3 hlitI. Curea-s
Old Sores, ltever' aS5C't, lIleers, lloils,
Felons, Corais, all Sk inilia prlptis.
I est l 'il Iaurn e on earthI. Only 5- ets. a
boax. Curiie gularaniteedl. S aId by al
Capt,. Williaii Astor Chlaniler, Con
greCssman i froim Naew York, is Lbhe praes i
denct, of Theli Newv York Stara, which is
giving a way a l'ort,y IDolIa r IHireee
ola ily, a 4 otfered by L,hcira ad yeartisenm mnt,
iii aiinot,ber ohnniaa. lion. A mos~ .1.
noea, D istr iict, A tl.aneyof New Y ork, ox
G overnor f logg, of Tox as, ia nd ( ol.
I"red . 'e i gI. of Now Y oak, are amonaig
t,hie well k.'owni anmes ini their loar'd
of IDi rector's. f&t ft
Anomethter (Oramnd Fotrw~vard Move~'Insent at
COf-U IMIA, 4 U.
.JOh N A . I te l.:, I'i,;''ul.;Jp.
31)HIcIS 1U'0)1'('!:l N I:AlL 2,Y5
per01 cenit,. ir aaext,. yeari. MNoderna
apploint,mients, 4a<nnfor'ts and equ~tip..
mnats. Newv infirem ary. 1IIi stand
aid In thI IiLt.eal )eptar't,men11t.s. A ble
VacuIty (If 2,pechdists. Ilest, homielike,
social alln Iei gioun in Ihtueaces. Closest
pirsonial atttenitiotn to every Stidenit,
'i'hose 'ahayving (daughat,ea's to educate
cant't, aIh'ord to amiss selig the nhew cat
al9grue. Seit, ona annp.l icaoa
'1'ho trustees of Johnstono Acadeny,
District No. 12, will hold a meeting on
tho 20th day of August for thu purlpos
of oitltig a principal anid an assistant,
teacher for samo. A p)1lication fot.
pirinciitlsh1I i ited to nlin. A Ildy
wantedi as assistant. I.oh ttust state
salary desirted in applieation. Art ex
porience inl teach ing of 5 or 1 years and
refer"ences x })eetc(t fron 1)rinetial.
I,. M. 1'.1ii:
W. I1. ItIitn,
Newherry, S. (.
''he trustl;'s of t.he Ilelena schools
()istrict No. 28,) will meet, at school
houise, Augulst J5th, to elect teachers
for white and colored schools. Appli
cations canl he sent to either of the tun
iersigned. I'lease state salary wanted.
laity I). Sitoci ( i:y.
(. I'. 1111,1,.
td. J. T. 1)I.:NN Ib.
'Lei tlrons of 'Irinwool sehool,
()istrict No. -l7,) will hold a ineeting
on l"'irlay aftetrnoon at, o o'clock, Au.
gust 1 1i:, for the purpose of electing a
teacher for the public term. The sal
ary is $25. per nionth for first grade
teacher. Ioardi ean be had at $8 per
month, and probably cheaper. Appli
eations can be handil to anyl)% of the
undersigned trustees by that, date.
I). W. 1t.\ui.:. N ow herry, S. (
.1. W. l .'.tiN(;,
t. . .1. I. 1i.:-\ .i N, I lcic na,
The Trustees of St. I 'anl's St'Ittil
will hold a ineeting oi Autgust. N:2th, at
.I p. Iu., to elect, a teacher for the ensr
Inrg scholastic year'. A Iin ittions for
position of teoher Iay be adrhiessed
to either .1. IP. . t1ir ..:",
I'. It. ti t. i .:Ii,
Slighs, S. t'.
I'attrons of .'chool are requttestetl t he
pr:"esent, on ihat date. 'Trrust eos. t(I
A I-11)00 Ileiilu (1tven Away Daly.
The publishers of T'1 Nt-:w \'t)m
STAi , tIbe hltndsouely illtstratel Sun
t:v netwspa}per, are giving a 1ii t.l
Gi1\in: Itit.'vl1,t.: each day for the lar;r
est list,of words iade by using the let
teLs contained inl
WIT-It-".: N-r:-wv 1-0-1t-i --ac ta.It.,
1o t.titnes inl any1V one word than it
is found in The New Yo"rk Star. Web
ster's Dietioa y to be cotsidereI as
auth<wity. 1't GoonI WVA'r'll-:s (il'st.
class tine-k)epers) will he giv"en ttaily
for seeontl at third best lists, aind mniy
other valtuahlc rewarlis, incirding )in
lier Sets, Teal. Sets, ('lina, Sterling Sil
ert'are, etc., etc., in ordle' of mlerit.
''his eilueatjinal cttest, is beinggiven
to ad'ert.iso ant introiluce t.his suet"
fil weekly into new hoies, ard all
prizes will be awau-dedl prompitly with
out iairt.!ilrit.y. ''wtelvye 2 ecnt stanmps
iu ist h inelsed for i hirteen weeks t.rial
sutsc'ip)tion with fill partIcula's tnt
list, of v)t"er tt vailiable rewa'Is. ('on
test, opens ani awards em t commenre \lon
dty, .lune 26t.h, all closes lonthy, A i
gust 2Ist, 1S9. Your list. can teach ius
any day between these dates, turld will
receive the awa u d to whieh it, itay lie
entitled for that, day, and your t'iamne
will be print.ed in the following issiw of
'.'1-: N -:w Y R S''At. ( )Illy one list
cnnIi be entered by the sarme pr ersonl.
I'rizes are onexhib it.ion at. 'I'l xS'r.\I 's
business ollices. I'ersons securing hi
ey'les may hi tav'e choicc of ,adies', (;en
tlrteu's or .1tuveniles' 189tN model, (tolor
or size desired. t 'l or' alhltlress I ).pt.
" I ',uT . N 1.:W% Y'l)1tK S''A u. 2:-'t\V.:i1th
Street; New York ('ity. f&t.(it
I'( t'N1I:t) IN l, la.
?Trrno-, s. 0.
'l'hiis institution, famiouts in the hirs
tory of ('diunt ioni ini Sait br 'ti'liina,
has,. r'eceniithy beeni t.hioiriugl y ieorgant
i%ed tal now, with a ha-ge arml ablIe
I-'acutiy, is prieili'u-ed tor do n'ollege work1
of t he ver'y big b est. g rde. N ear ly L.wenrt,v
clumisarid dorllaris have'i btieii tapin-opri
inew ib'linIlIrg is lin.rig eter' td witichh
w'.ill c'ontairn a large A inii,t'iritn, a I,i
brr'ty, a lI endintg- ko:nn, a .\Iauseum ot
Nat.itrai Scienic', a beait ifuil hail for tihe
litrry~ society turd so.noi nteee rillices.
TIre builing will bre furrnishied withI inrw
br'nt.irng apparatzt its ii.hiroughrrout, all thes
r'(oms ill bIe suppldied with new futrni -
labroratorie's will Ire equ tipped't ini -,brort
ev'erythting t.hat is nri'ssary~ ini tIre
woi'k oif a Iir'st-'stn-e wrltiani's t'tlb-~gi
will lie pro'videdr. 'IThe site is uttrntal
led ini Soul ithaIoroina fatorbeianty amrtl
for' hiealthifuilness. I aimrest.onie ( 'ollege
maketcs it,s appeai~lI to t,he pelei st r'irctly
oin it,sown mritt. laiter'ary. Seintilie',
atnd(')i Coniet'ciarl Cour ses. Thire'gutlari
coIloege de(g ires are g ivtor by theu au-'
t.htri'y o (f tIre State oif Sort,h~ 'trial inra.
A \n espe'rhdly line (!Thttse in I 'edagrigy
is alleredn t.o those dhesiingil toI becrmie
te'aeris. Theire are' th're depni'.t
mienits. the ( '(llege, Ilihe Srm'riv,i, arit
il,h' I'rimnary. I,et I Aimest-meti's I'id,,
tutl formier' st.udnrrrts tell tIre news all
over' tIhe St,btl. Their revterd (!alt.
II. I'. (Grtillit,h is Ibe S or 'rofe'ssoi'.
I 'tOfess(i'\o r e I( I iroIwni, r'ecerntly otf
Wint.h r'opi Crl loge, is tire new pirof ,soar
of muirsic. P<or fuirther inrforitationi adi
dre'ss th ItiI'residienit.
Special Prices in
We soli 1t t he( patr onage of
Noli fy us5 if you1 "wish wa..
011s to stop1 at y'ourl door'.
S. B. Jones.
Metal Letnon Squeezer, I0e.
(ilaiss '' a:c.
(,ood Shoe I'li Se.
I'aper280 I'IlS Ic. ('opy Ilook Ie.
Iiottle good IIack Ink, :'.
Ilottle good MI uci lago -le.
;1 )o. A :ttn l ittonat 2e.
Sk irt Support-er 5ie.
l''iill-s.i ze liIntner lOc.
l''il-sized Hatchet 10c.
I'aper Carpet Tacks le.
Ilinelledl Cake 'an S.
\leat, l'ontnder 5e.
Ilig bottle Sewing Machine Oil 5c.
(;airdenl trowelI 5a.
(h'Iidren's 'ail and Shovel, nicely
ptt i nted :e.
\\'oden pipe and S'em Ie.
5,) 'eet ('loth es I.ine IUc.
Spool Thread In., 2.1e., and :le. Try It,
aul you wil say it is as good as any
'old at a higher price.
En.umelled I'reser ving Kettle 25e.
NeedIle Case with live l acka;ges needllea,
w il,1other larger needles only 5e.
(ood Toilet Soaps 5 e.
Itoll 'T'oilot I'aier :o. Io Mlarbles 5.,
ini I Ar"r \lahrbles 5'.
Nice 1leinorala Ilook le.
iood I.ead 'encil le.
(;oodl pr. Stoeki-.;s or Sox 5e.
I'encil Sharpener le.
i'ancy Iuhber tiall 5 .
I'Iii'rnoneter, with Ilaromnete' 20e.
Six good 'I'ea Spoons PIe.
'I'rce good Table Spoons Iov.
\l ieroseopu Ie. Iloys -'oeket, Knife 3e.
Iltoys' I'onket l C ife 5i .
I .adlins SI S0ors50n. Nie pair i5e.
I10v Novels for on ly 1e. 25: Novels for -le.
I'obtliitr ('heeker Hoard Joe.
2i Good I-:ntVl'opHes :.
Large I-:mamelb-d Sanee I'an with
cover 25. I
Iar ge Tin ('Cake l'an 8v.
u'ry ('omb, a good one 50.
\Ietil 'otato Masher 5i.
The Ideal I Iread Il'an I0'.
I.atrge. Skmimmer 50.
Ite Iteliable C(an ( )pener 5e.
liread Knife, what every fatnily needs
Mirs. I'ellers' ('ooking Kinife, it wonmati's
II and Sitw ''iles 5o. Titlun ni I'owders 7.
l"'aney I toach ('oih ,.
J 'oininnltomr ('om bl 5 .m.
Pretty andl duralde l'urling Irott 5e.
I mprroved' Egg I eater l0v.
Ilox Ile" 'owder, white or flesh 5c.
I'earl I )r'ss SI ide 5c.
We hIt ye not t lie space to p'iee every
I hiig, but, we will sell voi very (heap
rVtery sineh t.bIii as ('lhildren's lWanry
(aps, 1lii ois, Towels, Ilnttons, (hiti'
Illotomrs, Tables, Ilox I'aper", Soaps,
I'erinntes, 'T'inware andl house furnish
ni, guoils. I,ots of novelties we ennt't,
met ion for want of slace.
We will sell aiything we have at
vices t'o at,i ;fy you.
Has Come at Last,
And Now is Your Time
To Buy Something to
Keep You Cool.
I ish- to) call sp ecial att tontion to
ho following Ilin's:
I lero you'll flind a big linio of
anal all kinds of wvhito goods.
Dre'ss pit turnis ready to manko upl,
withi irirmntiings, etc., to match01.
Fan s of all k inds(, C orsot, 8~1ilit
we'ighit Under(Iv(est s, l iibbons, Laces,
Ox ford t ies ini abuindancje, all sizer,
colors8 ii and pites. Ini fact, ovory -
thinig that,1 goos to maiiko up a rt
lsslaies' depa Mn.
IIf you will ask to so(o hot weather
goodls you will bo shiowii an immilonlso
lino1 b)ought, esia8jlitly for' thIo hot
Sergo CJoits anid V'osts ini Saquo
Coats anid Veosts in black arid( colors.
WhIiio JDuck P'ants, i"iancy Vests,
AJpinoi IHats ini feaitheir weight.
Vici K id Shoes, blac1k anrd tau,
bothI ini Shoes iand Oxfords; Nogligoo
Shiirts inI priofuion, all colors, plam11
itnd facly. I biryo placed at special
to be closed iat cost.
All kinds of light weight Under
wVeiar, IIlalf1 H1oso, ote.
I [avo just, oponed a big lino of
waLsihble ti1es from 1 .c. per (1oz. up.
You will find( (orythling at Rook
Bottomi Pices. Comio in and1( give
us a look. Yours rospectfully,
il. A. iUNICKt