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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M oat................................. @ 610.
Shoulders ......................... 70.
Hams.................................. 10@ 124c.
Best Lard ......................... 71( 081o.
Best Molasses, new.crop...... 500.
Good Molasses..................... 25@'V.
Corn ..~......,.......................... 5o.
M eal ................................. 600.
Hay................................ . 75c.
W heat Bra ........................ $1.00.
let Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.50.
Strait Flour........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.5 .00.
Sugar ..................... 6*a6c.
Rice.................................... 6} 8}c.
coffee................................. 1 20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.00.
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, per. lb ..................... 15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen .............. loc.
Chickens, each.................... 12J@20c.
Peas, per bushel................. , 70c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 55c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35(@40c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 40(a)50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6La) 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 60(a)?5e.
Quickly cure constipation and rebuild
and invigorate the entire system-never
gripe or nauseate-DeWitt's Litt.le
ECarly Risers. Robertson & Gilder.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. S'ruAit'r Bitos.
E. H. Li.SLIlu, Manager. t&ftf
1'Icnic at Union Academy.
There will be an exhibition and pic
nic at Union Academy on September
1st. Exercises will begin at 10 o'clock.
The public is cordially invited to be
present on that day, and bring baskets
laden with dainty eatables.
1amilton Clark, of Chauncey, Ga.,
says he sufiored with itching piles
twenty years before trying DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve, two boxes of which
completely cured him. Beware of
worthless and dangerous counterfeits.
Robertson & Gilder.
Please add to your list:
Rev. M. G. G. Scherer, 8
2t t&f. L. W. F"iovoi.
An Exception to the Rule.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want it.
STU A tr 13ltos.
E. II. LESLIF., Manager. t&ftf
Allianco btockholders to Meet.
The stockholders of Alliance Ware
house will meet at Prosperity on Fri
day, Sept. 8th, at il o'clock.
I. T. C. 1 UNriElt, Pres.
Jos. L. Ki:ir'r, Sec.
"DeWitt's Little Early Risers did
me more good than all blood medicine
and other pills,' writes Geo. H. Jacobs,
of ''hompson, Cotnn. Prompt, pl'_asant,
never gripe,-they cure constipation,
arouse the torpid liver to action and
give you clean blood, steady nerves, a
clear brain and a healthy appetite.
Robertson & Gilder.
PIlano for Sale.
A Fisher square pniano full size, good
tone, mahogany case. For terms, and
inspection, aLpply to Miss Mamie D)un
can or Mr. B3. 0. Duncan. t 2t,.
Picnic at .Johinsto,ne Academy.
''Tere will be a picnic at Johnstone
Academy on Saturday, September 2nd.
Ther:- will also beoa game of ball in the
afternoon between Caldwell and John
stone teams. The public is cordially
Invit,ed to attend and bring well filled
Cotton Seed Hulls for sale at my
stables. 20c per hundred pound. None
sold1 on credit.
Im t,&f. T. C. P'ooL.
Keeper Elardy liesignas.
Mr. W. E. Hardy, keeper of t,he
house and groundls, sent in his
nto the Secreta"y of State
'here has been some mis
gbetween Mr. Hardy and
Gantt, chief clerk to the
tate, and Mr. Hardy as
shis reason for resign
'omaria Cotton Weighers' As
on will meet at Pomnaria on Sat,
y, August 26th, at 3 o'clock p. in.,
the purpose of electing a cott,on
eigher for the ensuing year. The ex
ecutive committee is requestPd to
meet at 2 o'clock same afi,crr.oon.
J. W. SUMMaR, Chairman.
August 19, 1899. td.
Newvborry Cotton Warehouse.
The large cotton warehouse of the
Newberry Warehouse company is near
ing complletion, and wvill soon be ready
to receive cotton or anything else that
the owners want kept safely. The
company Is a bonded one, andl thorough
ly responsible. Mr. Geo. Summer is
pre~sidlent, andi M'r. Chas. E. Summer,
secretary, and Mr. G. M. B. Epting
the general manager.-Thec State, 20th.
To rent a Piano in good condition.
2L-t & f.
Be misguidled concerning Mr. UI. D).
Reese's chatges. Investigat,ion wIll
cost you nothing. Optician Reese (loes
not overcharge or extortion. Ils
chargcs are consistent with such ser
vice. If your eyes are not a,nenable to
optical treat,ment ho will'not recom
mend glasses. Consult hi m and he will
give you an honest, candid opinion
about your eyes. Remember no made
up spectacles used. F"r.:,mos and lenses
fitted to each individual wcarer.
Thorough exhaustive examinations.
At Dr:. Young's D)rug Store until
Anuust 3Rin.t it.
VARIOUS AND ALL 4AN"N9T
See notice to creditors.
Soo notice of final settlement.
Mr. J. W. White went over to Union
yesterday on business.
Hon. C. T. Wyche, of Prosperity,
was in the city yesterday.
It is hot, dry, dull and local news is
about as scarce as anything else.
Misses Sena and Annie Riser leave
today to visit friends in Saluda County.
Between thirty and forty bales of
now cotton were brought in on Satur
Editor Dendy, of the Clinton Gazette,
was in the city Saturday and paid us a
Mr and Mrs. Guss Golden and Mr&.
Joseph Pearce, of Waterloo, are visit
ing in Helena.
Dr. S. L. Cash and his sister, Miss
Mabel, returned Saturday from Ion
dersonville, N. C.
Prof. R. C. Banks, who has been at
tending business college in Atlanta,
has returned to Newberry.
Miss Cornelia Alewine, of Newberry
is visiting the family of J. N. Stew
art, 214 Broad street.-Greenville
Mrs. 1:. H. Aull and children, who
have been visiting in Columbia and at
Dyson for the past few weeks, have re
A. C. Jones advertises that he is go
ing out of business and beginning on
Monday, 24th, will close out at first
cost. Read his ad.
See the beautiful new patterns of
"Dewey Squares," the latest fad in
neck-wear at Jas. A. Mimnaugh's.
They are all the go.
A party of young men from Colum
bia stopped over in Newberry yester
day, returning from the mountains
where they had been camping out for a
Mrs. .. S. McNeiil and children, who
have been spending a while with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.. I. M. Kin
ird, left on Saturday for their home in
The Werber bridge across Bush
River on the road leading from Her
bert's Ferry to Newberry is torn up
mnd there can be no crossing there for
Persons thinking of purchasing a
piano should consult the advertisement
in these columns of the Stiell Piano,
Nvhlch are sold direct, from the factory,
laving money to the purchaser.
Tickets will be sold from all points
)n the C., N. & L. railroad on next
'hursday, 24th, the occasion of the al
iance rally at Little Mountain at one
irst-class fare for the round trip.
Attend the lecture at the opera house
onight by Rev. Mr. Schimon. He will
,xhibit illustrated views of Persia and
ts people, showing their costdmes and
oiling of their customs and habits.
When you want anything in the sta
ioncry line, the New York Racket
3tore wants your attention. There you
,a be supplied at small cost. See
what is said on this line in their now
,d. in this paper.
Rev. Mr. Schimon, of Persia, a
heological student now attending the
ecminar'y in Columbia, delivered an in
crest,ing address In the Prtesbyterian
~hurch Sunday night, on the religious
loctrines and customs of the natives of
uis conutry. H e is endeavoring to col
ect funds with which to compllete his
~ducation to return to Persia to do mis
zionary work among his people.
We offer One IInndlredI D)olar4 lReward for
nyi caise of C'atarm h thant can not be cured by
hall'a ('atarrhi Cure.
F. J. liI E NEY & CO., P'rops, Toledo, O.
We the undersigned have known F. JT. Chuo
ey for the last 15 years, anid believe him
ierfect.' honiorablo in all business transac
bons snd finuancialvy able so carry out any
hbligations madil by their firm.
W:s-r& TaUA x WVholesaileruggiets.Toledo 0
kVALI)INo, KINNAN &i MAnvlm'% Wholesale
)rnurgists, Toledo. Ohio.
hll's Catarrh Cure is taken iternally, act
ng direct By upon t,he blood and mucous sur
azcs of the system. P'rico %cc. per bottle.
Sodb l rglt.Testimonials fr e.
Hal'sr aiy Pgisare the best.
We are prepared to
gin 125 bales cotton per
diay for 75 cents per
bale to 500 pounds in
Newberry Oil Mill,
By L. W. FLOYD,
Newberry Collego Rieunion.
The following is the programme of
Newberry Col loge reunion, embracing
territory of Edgefield, Aiken and Salu
tla Counties to be held atCorinth church,
Saluda County, S. C., Sat,urday August,
20, 1899, 10 a. mn.
Address of Welcome by Prof. C. E.
Response by Prof. Robert L. Goff.
1. Preparatory Schools-Hion. E. S.
Blease, Prof. Samuel J. Del rick.
2. The reflex influence for good
from a college graduate, on the home,
community and the church--Prof. W.
E. Black, Prof. D). 11. Busby.
3. A Farmer's reflection on send
ing to college-Hon. J1. II. Hunter,
Rev. C. P. B" - r.
Addresses s.y Pres. Geo. 11. Cromner
Come and enjoy a treat intellectually
Let all the speakers respond prompt
ly to their assigned duty.
TJAII I) TKNAItm TPesietnt.
AN INTEtE ITINU LICOUltE.
Rev. Mr. 1Seh1umun, of I'orsla, Spoke to e
LHrgo Congregation iu the Preeb3
terlan Church Sabbath Night
-Hear ilm Tonight 'n
the Opera House.
As announced in The Herald ar '
News of Friday, Rev. Mr. Schimon
lectured on the "Religions of Persia"
Sabbath night at the union services in
the Presbyterian church. The church
was well filled with an intelligent con
gregation, composed of members of all
the churches in town. Mr. Schimon
has acquired a good vocabulary, and
uses our language with surprising
facility, and succeeded well in keepiag
his hearers interested. ills lecture
was edifying and very instructive.
He described the Fire worshippers,
Mohanmedans, Jews, Catholics, and
Nestorians as the five distinct religion
ists of his native country. He is a
Nestorian by birth and rearing.
Nestorius was a Bishop in the fifth
century of the Christian era. In the
course of time his followers lost the
cardinal principles of Christianity and
retained only some Ineffectual rem
nants of the ritual of worship. When
the American missionaries began their
efforts among them in 1831, they found
only three copies of the Scriptures, and
those in manuscript and securely tied
up in silk handkerchiefs and regarded
with so much reverence that they
were not read even in the churches.
Mr. Schimon was brought under the
influence of the Gospel by the mission
aries some years ago, and at once be
came animated by the desire to preach
the Gospel in its purity and divine
power. le was pathetic as ho de
scribed the cruelty of iusbara.s and
fathers in their households; they have
no word for home, and with much emo
tion contrasted those with the happinejss
and uplifting influences of the Chris
tian home. He was licensed to preach,
but found from experience his lack of
qualification, and came to this country
to qualify himself more fully for the
noble work to which he aspires. le
has spent a year at the Theological
Seminary at Columbia. He proposes
to spend two more years, thus complet
ing the full course of training in that
venerable institution. While prose
cuting his studies, he is supporting his
wife and child, who are still in Persia,
and also helping his aged mother, who
has b2en left a widow since he came to
le will lecture on social and other
customs of Persia in the opera house
tonight. le will wear the ordinary
costume of his native country and rep
resent the marrir.?e and many other
interesting features in Persian life.
The admittance fee will be 20 cents
for adults and 10 cents for children.
The tickets are being sold by the ladies
of the Presbyteria. church and at
Scholtz's and other stores. *
Two Store Rooms for rent. Posses
sion given first day September.
t&Cf 4L SU'MMaRt Bitos.
Columbia, S. C , Aug. 19.--Gov. Mc
Sweeney has received a numerously
signed p)etition from citizens froim New-1
berry asking that the beer p)rivilege
allowed to tbat, place be revoked. Hec
has turned the communication over to
the State B3oard of Control for action.
--$pecial t,o Greenville News.
The above must be a mistake, or a
mistinderstaising of the petition. A
petition has been sent the Governor
fromt Newberry asking that, the beer
dispensary 1: moved from where it is
now located, but it is not the object oi
the petitioners to revoke the privilege
from the cit,y. This is our understandl
lag of the petition, at least of one that,
has been sent the Governor.
L.owa~r Prosp,erity News,
Good morning, friends, here we come
again to join your happy band.
Mr. Berley Cromer visited 'Z. 10.
Amick's family last Sunday. Come
again, Mr. Cromer, we are always glad
to grasp your hand.
Prof. J. D). Taylor and Mr. J. W.
Taylor went on a visit, to Leesville last
Friday, the 18th inst.
Miss Fannie 11. D)eWitt, and brother,
Mr. Claybron, fronm North A ugusta,Ga.,
are on ab visit to friends andl relatives
of this community. We all were glad
to grasp their hands.
Mr. N. W. Dominick s.peaks of going
on a visit to Texas, after the crops arc
all gathered. We wish him a p)leatsant,
blue Jay in company with Messrs. 1.
G. Dominick and 0. W. Amick attend
ed preaching at Macedonia last Sunday.
Mr. Jun Cook and wife visited Mr.
-. Lake's near Pomar*ia last Sunday.
Misses Alma Dominick and Lillic
Belle Aic k attended p)reach ing ait
Macedonia last Sunday and report a
Mr. T. D). Amnick expects to leave
sometime during the winter months
for Little Rock, Ark., where he will
make his future home.
We close in wishing you, Mr. ICdltor,
(B. .of WoniaR'S Calog, Richmionid, V.)
Will opon Schiool ScDtombel' 1s!, 1899,
Music Room in the centr-al
part of the town.
Terms, $2.50 pcr 8 lessons,
Farmers of l.oxingt)u and Newbor.ay (Utthe
at. Little Mountain.
Mr. J. A.Sligh, a prominent 1Roform
er, of Newberry, was in the city today.
He says there will be an allianco rally
at Little Mountain on August 24. It
will be for thespecial benefit of the
farmers of Lexington and Newberry
Counties. There will be a picnic and
barbecue. Senator Tillnan, who speaks
at Van Wyck, Lancaster County, on
the 23rd, will arrive at Little Mont
Lain in time to speak there on the after
noon of the 24th. Congressmen Lati
mor, Talbert and Stokes and State Al
liance Lecturer Blake are to speak.
['resident Childs has agreed to run a
special train from Little Mountain on
the 24th, at, excursion rates, and will
1Lo 80 if the business in sight justifies It.
The 24th, next--Thursday, has been
fixed for the alliance rally at Little
Mountain. Senator Tillman will be
present with other prominent, men to
tddress the people on that occasion.
1'he fare for the round trip will be one
[ist-class fare over the C.. N. '& L.
LRailroad. It is expected that there
will be a large crowd present. New
berrians can go down on the morning
brain and return in the evening.
Come to our school exhibition and
hicnic on next F'riday.
Cotton picking hits opened ilp rapid
y in this section. Messrs. 1). 13. Cook,
A. M. Counts aud . M. Cook have
.ach sold a new bale the past week.
Messrs. Swygert and 13erley Kibler,
)f Lexington County, have been visit
ng Mr. A. A. Singlev's family.
We return thanks to Miiss llessie1
Dominick for an invitation to attend
he closing exercises of her school at
Union Academy. We hope to be on
ha nd. t
Mr. .1. 1). Stone has completed the
uilding of a nice slatted shed around
he well at the school building.
Mrs. W. A. Hartman. of Atlanta,
,a., visited Mr. A. M. Counts' family
Governor McSweeney has done the
-ight thing in calling on the magis
rates and sheriffs of the State to assist
n enforcing the dispensary law. Away
with the constables now, and we be
irve the whole thing will work like a
-harm if each ollicer will do his dut,y.
Quito a number of our people will go t
lown to the mountain on Thursday to
lear the speaking.
Miss Maggie Swygert, Messrs. J. i.
Elope, J1. J. IIope, (A. A. Hope and J.
'. Counts, of 'eak, will furnish the a
nusic for our school exercises on Fri
lay, and all who attend may expect a
reat in the way of music.
Rev. M. M. Kinard, l'h. 1)., of Co
umbia, and A. P. Iever, 10s<j., of Wal
aceville, have been added t.o the list of
ipeakers to be present at our school
txercises on Fridlay. Itev. Alr. Ki nard
ind Mr. Lever will deliver their ad
ircsses on Fiday night. Public cor
lially invited to attend all the exer
aises, and of course bring well hiled
A ug ust, 2i, 1899.
trOlt HUYiEltS AND) PLEASIIC- SEEKC
LJal f Fatre Excursion to Phtilailph,ia amnd
iturna by the Heab,oarel Air L.ine,
Nicknamned "The Linme of
tn 'l*o p)le."
Thecre will be speed, cheap)nese, com
rat and elegance via the Seaboard A ir
Line, nicknaumed-"The Line of the
Tihe journey will be maude on the. Solid
Vestibualed S. A. L.1~x press andl thte At,
Buy your tickets from any Seaboard
A\ir Line Agent, either- September 1st, a
nd or 3lrd,-t,bese tickets good for' re
urn until midnight, of Septemberi
13th, or if you choose, unt,il Sept.enmber
10th, upon deposit of tickets wit,h the i
Toint Agent at P'hiladel ph Ia.
Tbe Quaker Cit,y will he unusually
esti ve w it,h the G. A. It. parade in fatll I
l)o not, forget, that, one of the cief I
pleasu res t,o a p)erson who has t aken the
acaboar'd A ir Line, n icknamed-'"The
Line of the P eop)le,'' is the conscious
ness, that, he or she has made no nmis
A lil40.oo) iicyclc tAhven A waiy D)aily.
T1he p)ublishers of T1'a a- Niew% Yt'IK
STAlt, the handlsomely iillustrated Sun
:lay newsp)aper, are giving a 11llor
G itA I)i lJCYCL10 each day for the larg
est list of wordIs made by using the let
t,ers contained in
no mnore timtres ini any one wordl thtan it
is found in T1he New York Star-. Web
ster-'s D)ict,lonary to he considered as
authority. Two GToon WA'rT is (first,
class t,ime-keepers) will be given daily
for second and third best lists, and mnany
other valuable rewaLrds, i nclutd ing l)ina
nor Sets, T1ea Sets, China, Sterling Sil-<
vet-ware, etc., etc., in order of merit.
This educautional contest Is being given
to advc"t,ise andl introdluce this success
ful weekly into new homes, and all
prizies will be awarded piromptly with
out pat,tality. Twelve 2 cent st,amps
muist be0 inclosced for thirt,een weeks trial
subscri pt,ion wit,h fuill part1culars andi
list, of over300uo valuabice rewards. Con
test, opens and awards comm uence Mont
(lay, June 26th, and closes Mond ay, A u
gust 21st,, 1899. Y our list can reach us
atny (lay bet,ween these dat,es, and wvill
receIve the awar(l to which it may be
'entitled for that, dhay, aLnd your- name
will be pr-inted In the following issue of
T1'ua N i:w YOI(K STAR. Only one list
can be ent,ced by tte samue pe.rsonl.
Prizes are on exiition at, TI'ue ST 'A '.s
business oflices. P~ersonis secuiring bi
cycles may h ave choice of Lad ies', Gen
tlemen 's or J1uveniles' 1899) model, colort
or sizte diesi red. Call or add(ress I)ept.
"E1'," Tul Na-w YoutaSTrAa, 236W~. 39th
:Stent, Newurnk City. ft Ait.
lOUT VAltOIINJANS (GIVEN COMMI8.
DMaude E. Sawyer, Uaituli; 811a J. Me
Caughrlu, Lowils A. Urlltitl,, C. S.
Nettlos. First Lteutstate.
Washington, Aug. 19.--The following
tave bteen appointed majors in the new
voluitcor regiments: 1). A. Frederick,
eorgiu; .1oseplh V. Armuiold, No rtht
Jarolina; AM A. Wiley, Alabamna.
To be captains-V .1. Kendrick,
corgia: Clau:le I. S.twyer, Sout,h
To be flest, lleutenants--Silas .1. Aie
:aughrin, Prod Mobley, Lewis A. ( rif
Ith, ('larencc S. Nettles, Soutth Caro.
int; T. B. Seigle, North ('.irolinta.
To be second lieutenant-W. O.
Nice rains recently.
Cotton picking, fodder pulling and
ay gathering Is the order of the day.
Miss Lillie Iaynes, accompanied by
diss Sudie AI. lioulware, has returned
o her 1101110 in ILeesville.
Miss Helle Watson, a latchless
-oung lady of R idge Spring, was Lthe
ltest of the Misses Wert.s Ist week.
Mliss Mliinie Lee Werts is staying
it.h her Avant, MIrs. Susan M. Long.
Mir. Artit Verts s)en? the night.
vith his cousin, Mr. Geo. W. Switten
)erg, 110t long sintee.
Messrs. 11. O. Long and Will Swit
enherg are over in Saluda on a big
Messrs. Ar thiur Nichols and (). W.
.ong, accompanied by the wr"iter, had
tie pleasure of attending protraeted
nt'eting at l'il( 'leasant', at Iaptist
hur ch Over in Salida, not long since
ond hearing somtie excel tent sermons
>reached by Revs. Wilkins dlla1(1 Iagot.
Misses (eorgie May and Ilclle Swit
enburg have beeni Visitinlg relatiyes
tear little MIotU1titin.
Messrs. Itubbie lioutknight anld Wal
er Smith, aceompanied by \lisses I.uli
loukniight. and Clyde S111it11, were the
uests of Misses Or at d Manmie
;elimpe'rt recen tly. These are esti
table young people of \it. Willing,
M rs. 1"i'ed Sihlimpert, M rs. 1'reston
.ivi;ngston, Mrs. 1. 1'. Cannon and
di iss I )ol lie I teagi t have all been on
he sick list. but, are now better.
Mrs. Lula Long spent, last Priday
light, with her irot.her, Nar. I ufus
Mr. G. I. Verls has put in the sue
lol power and has two gills anti one
f Pratt's Improved 25-horse power en
ils, tLorefor,3 ie is Lthoroughly
(Iuipped to do your ginning. H1e is ia
ustler, anyway, at anything ie goes
I attended at fish-I'fy neat' Julia Oil
he 8t,h, and enjoyed it leartily-ish
i abunlidance. I understand the largest
vere estimated to weigh from 15 to 25
tounds. I desire to extend to Mr.
%ewton Lester many thanks for his
ourtesies, aid assure hlit it wts hiigh
y' appreciated and heartily enjoyed.
Mr. C. C. Crouch, of Leesville, is
'isit.iing friends antd relatives ill this
VTe had( hald Lthe pleasuret of aittendi
nlg b)ig mt,inig att St,. TLke's Suntday
VTe bariibeCueC att Itop)ia Tluesday was
granud success, anud I bel iev.e every
.t tendat, enjoyed it, hear'tily. We weree
lad to see MIr. L. 11. A utll, of the city,
I ntotie tile 'phlone posts. fromt New
errty to Saludtai atre beinlg put, up.
Miss Carrie Stone, of Dehntar, Sal uda
Joutyt3, is visitinig friends int this see
lonl. A U't:l'I ialw.
A uIgust I17, 1599.
Weo hatd somet iratt,ber ('ool wtherilC
C2ottont pick intg ha is beg;. -ab onu i ihalf
cropiI will be madeilt.
Mr is. Ihtchtal Ilake, of t;topia, is v'is
Linhg her1 soil Mr . .1. W. ILatke.
MI isa Al lin Whteeler' sipent, Iast, week
II the St.. luke soct-ion v isit,iing Iteri
Schtool i progres~sing n1icely itnder31
he( direiction (of Mr'. .. IX olaind.
ate a glaid to state that IHenubri dgo,
heo littie sont of Nira. I). ( '. MIeetzx's, who
vas throwin from ia ihori'e ititd ihad htis
~t'm brtokent some1 Lim a10igo has511)11 aot
NIr. L. I". Cntoln is thte chIiapion
tot, t wo itt 011e shtot someltimite iago.
SeveralI of Our i fa rimers attendedoi the
armersOi' inisti t tt Iat, wrown anid Miose
cy 's MI1 i'ai S printg last, I'Thuirsdaiy.
F'odder 11 pulling is the order of theo
We are ex peeling 1(1see Senaittor' Till1
ntan itt Litt,le Mloutin neiit10xL'' iTus
MI r. T1. P. Cantniont of Lthis sectiOil to
eotherz wit 1.1eissr's M. K. I"rieok aind .
I lliLiwanlger oif theo liighttwellI seet,ionl
tf Lox intgt,on coun1t,y wh io were itrre'sted
\ ugust 7, as nce(ssor'ies inI iiu th t muder'
>f WV. I'. IHower's were' acqitted0( at t(e
)t'lim111inary heat'inig att,( Lington last
Nednesday and came11 homet Wvednesday
light,. 'Te 0.her soein whto were
ti,rrested( were'( bound itover' to the netOt
,Pirm of cou1rt . Ji.:i SI o w,
Newber C)iI''out, y A ug. 19, 1899.
rho Rain Has Come at Last
And1( also the~ time?i for' sow
miy but >uist's' they are the
hest. We have all1 of his~
rchoicest vaie'ties. Comre aHd
R(O l '1TSO )N & GrI LDElt,
Driuggists on the Co'nei.
AN ANTI-LYNOiIINO VAMPAION.
Ti hIs "Jewetl, of Iloustoir, to t.arry the Fi'l 1
lSn lito South.
13oston, August I9.--Miss Lilliar
Clayton .ewett states that in a sho.I
timne she ex,eets to go South to earry
on her eamnpaigni agalist, lynching
whicl she says has not by any tuant
ended with her bh ?nging the Hakel
faily North. She will probably pro
eeedl liest, to Gt!orgitt and deliver at
Al iss Jewett had it long talk with t
young negro by the natne of IRobert
Mc(raw, who searcely two weeks ago
escapc( froim a Inob which sought to
nmurder hin in Cedart,own, Ga. Mliss
.Jewett talked strongly of going to that
plaee, whieb is in tho very heart of
the lynching district. McGraw was anl
eyewitness of the lynching of San
Ilose, tuitd to MIiss .t vott, he tol the
story of what, he saw.
Two yards good soap for 2tie, at,
t 2t, W.W .l 'at.:
(Ir enwoo,tl u(ti Itl'nil Tigers.
(Speitl to Augusta Chtron..l i)
MI:lgeliel, S. ('.. Autgulst,8.-- (;reenl
Wood, S. ('.. classes itself as too utterly
too-too to have one of lion. lien Till
inan's dispensaries within its cot'pot'ate
lIinlits, but,, not.wvit.hstandlIng t,hat. sent.i
Ieit, it eann take the enke ts (the head
quirters of iin(i tigers, if reports art
to be believed. She cnn take Ir.
".ohnsiitg,' and outwalk any nigger in
le laitnl, and wint dIe eake every tintt-.
Itoport says that last week a regular
Itenagerie wits oi exhibition it that
good ti lrOgre'sivo town, anti that
the exhibition colsiste(I of tweit.y-si.x
Iltii tigers of first-elass health, but
that (luriing the excitetttent of eIging
Itese atnimnals several escapeIl, leaVin;
still nineteen otn exhibitionl. It is
sirange that, beasts of that deseription
,houltl tur tip int sthelt unexpected
rlarters, antl attong such gootl people.
I lowever nature is (ueer, a n i:; (iter.
Iions are qleer, atnd so ate blintd tiger-.
but tttmntt loVt"s mtatn as well as bWiti
tigers, though ite hts to use for tigera
tLhat can see.
Notice to Creditors.
I., ANI) SINGlI'l,AlU'I'lll-:('iti:i
itors of W illiatt A. Sen1tt, tit
cosed(, are herelby re(luired to renIitl
to tite or mtty attorteys, Iower N. Ih.
nunl, at, Newh"erry, S. ('., at slatteint"itI
of their letmanits, duly t t,e- '''I, as re
qoired by law. S. I.:. SINN,
AdIn'tr of W. A. Sen, dee'd.
Contract to Let.
i I"A I.I,,) IlIS WI I, HE Itl:.
ceivei until Septernber 2rd fo,
s eel spatn (i() feet long by 12 feet, wide,
hot tiee piers. II feet. high, at. I'iestet'
ol I (now I'itts') mill, on Ilitslt iver
lIigit teservetd t tejeet any Mid alt
hids. W. A. Il111,1
Has Come at Last,
And Now is Your Time
To Buy Something to
Keep You CooIl/1
I wish to call sp eciaol ait Ion tion tou
thte fol lowinig lines
Hert't you'1l (i ta btig 1line ofI
antd aill koiils of wvltito goodl.
Drt'ss ptt rnuts i'eadly to rniako til,
with tinintigs, etc., to mtche.
Fants of all kitals, (Corsot s, l igh t
weight Untdervests, I ibbonts, I aoes,
ICdginrgs, ote C.
Ox ford t ies iii tibtiidance, all1 sizos,
colors andtt pricos. InF fact overy.'
(hing' tht goos to matke til aO firt
I f you will ask to son hot we'at tor
goods you will b)o sIhowni tn imnatse
lino bonght enpeciailly fotr thte hto
Set'go Cuots tutl Ves8ts int Saquet1
and( Rtoiitd (Cut, AlpaOca atnd Mlohair
C~oats andio Vests irt black antd colors.
Whlite D)uck I.'arits, F'atiy Veosts,
Straw, Crashni, Cr'ushted Sb tiff(n
.Alino lints ini ftheitr wo .ht.
VTici Kid Shoes, 1)1ack ai I tan,
botht ini Shtoes andC Ox fords ogl iger
Shti'ts in perofusiorb aoll colorsi, plaiun
andu fancty. 11lave laltcod a sp'cial
lino of Noghmgoo Shtirts ott 'outetrs
tIto ho1clos1 tat cost.
All kitn of lightt wetgt Unider'.
weat', llalfl Ho11s, tc.
I ltvo jutst O oened a b ig linie of
washatblo Lios fr'omt I~>c. pter' doz.. up.)
Yotu wi fIn ~td overythinrg t Rockt
Bottoim Prtitos. Comio itn attd givo
tis a look. Yours trespect fuilly,
M. A. IhlWICK.
Why pay so much for your
Writing Material when we
ca I suippl you so cheap?
Wo have all grades, but can
svll you good Note Paper,
24 Sheets for 2c, 25 good En
volopes, largo or small, for 3o.
Legal Cap Paper,
Box Paper, Tablets,
Slate and Lead Pencils,
Inks, Mucilage, Glue.
On ,these an<l other things
we will 5avc ,you ioney. As
our interests are looked after
froitt that, great trade centre,
New York. We underbuy,
thllerel'ore we undersell,
I AM NOT
* * * Withl patst achiovoelnta), but
alwa1yrl strivintg to outdo my formor
1tl'orts. Yout will 1in1(d miy utoro
bright, with new goods in tho Hino of
I will ma1Lk1 it proit.ltlo to you if
you call and ex1anun111o my stock be
forl) bu ying. 'lh good aro marked
to stlt 1110t tis.
J. W. WHITE,
M1tin Stroot, Nowborry, S. C.
I"'1)NOto IN IS45.
arrn.cy3, s. o
'l'h1i is,istution, flaIous inl the his
:11y oi 1"i1 lni.ion in South Caroiina,
a1 'e't.' ly Ibeen l.ioroughl y reor.gan -
7.1d and( no0w, wit,h I aigo and1( abl,o
"I'aInI 1-y, 5ist prepared to) do colliege work
pf t he( very' h ighest.gradeiL. Nearly t,went,y
ated 1(or improovements. A splemlid
m-ew huiblin tg is bin g (irecte'd wichi,
will ('onitin at hu-rgt A iitoriuim, aL li
3rarLly, aL liendting-lI o.nul, aL MuenI15'3 of
NatI.nral Sc'i(ence, a beatttifuli hall for' t,he
litiay soc(ietyV andll some1 needed0( o110s.
i'het huiidhg wvill bet furn'Iishe(d wit,h new~I
(3(ms3 wili he supiedii'( with new furni
ole, new ianlLos wii ill e purchased(, ne0w
hic l, cheial i and3( mIineraIlogicaIL
!aIl'(ho rie's w iill' equIIipped( --in short
very thin hat is necet('.ssaLry ini thu
viork oif Ia liest8-3r;an womanLI's coillego
-'iil e p vii lediii((. 'i'lh site is u al)IL
edi iln Sont l ( ('1,1olina for' b3eaut.y' and)
31r hleailihulnis. I ,imes4'tone College
anke its11 apllO to t.he1 peole str'ietiy
i it.s lIwn mherit'. I,it.orarIy, Heielntile,
4) leeni degrees( are0 givenl by thet aui
hit(Iy (if 1be' Statel (If 80out.h Caro'lina3I.
\n esp'cialily iline (oi '5(rs in ldaLgogy
unli folrhulr stol3entsI till the( newis alii
-verh tilh' Sou1th. Theil re(vered'( CaLpt,
.I'. ( irillith is IS .he S iorl( Pr'ofess8or.
(it h(~ ro ( hllge, is tile n3ew'. professor'
If music11. I''4 3rIl further in formaIIt.ion aId
Greets His Friends in
And asks a COn-~
Hie will be glad to
Thow you his goods
and to sell to you.
CALL TO SEE Hil