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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
m eat---............................. 6@ 6 jc.
Shoul(lors ----....................... 7c.
Hams.. .......................... 10(@ 12c.
Best Lard .......................... 74@8kc.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 50c.
Good Molasses............. 25(@35c.
Corn -----.............................. 650.
MOa........ ............ 600.
W eoa t Bran ........................ $1.00.
.48t Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
n Flour................... $4.50.
Strait F}. ...................... $4.25.
Good Ordina 'y F'our...........$3.50 4.00.
Sugar ............ ................... 6}affc.
Rice........ ..............O6 WO8c.
CotTe ......,....,~ ....... 0(a)20c.
Cotton seed Ireal, pl r sack... a1.00.
Bale Hulls, por cwt..."..... 30c.
Butter, 1) r lb .................:.. 15( 20 .
Eggs, p r do.en .................. 10e.
Chieds, buhea . ................. 1 720c.
Pecas, per bush& ...............\70c.
Corn, per bushel.................. >5c.
Oats, per bushel................. 35( Oc.
Sweet potatoes .................... 40(au Oc.
Turkeys, per ib .................. (Kq)", 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................... 60(a7r)c.
Stop the Ftne.
Use our Screen Doors and Windows.
10.I. LI:SLII., Manager. t.ftf
Ono Minute Cough Cure quickly
cures obstinate summer coughs and
colds. "I consider it a most wonder
ful mod'ine,--quick and safe."--W.
W. Morton, Mayhew, Wis. Robertson
t O'1TON MAItKET.
(Co. -:ted Semi-Weekly by 0. Melt. IIol,nes.)
' 1est grade...........................(i to (i.05
The soothing and healing properties
(If Chamberlain's Cough l:emedy, it.
t pleasant taste and pronl)t and peria
nent cures, have made it a great fav
' otite with people everywherc. For
sale by W. E. Pelham, Druggist.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
N Shingles. STUA wr Duos.
I. II.lL:sLifanager, t&ftf
T Wo Store I looms for rent. Posses
sion given first day September.
t&f 4t SU'1aiiit Duos,
Gent's Custom-Mode Shoes.
They are us goo(d as any in the -'"l.
" See them at S. J. WVooten's.
? 'f -i~aed.
ltev. M. W. Rankin has tendered his
resignation as pias' r of Bush liver and
Mt. Zion Baptist churches. le has been
)si or of these churches for the past
'Yt'' sevei years.-Obcrver.
Kodel Dyspepsia Cure cures Dyspep
sia because its ingredients are such
that it can't help doing so. "The pub
lie can rely 11)on it as a master remedy
for all d'sorders ar;ing froa imperfect
digestion."-James PH. Thomas, M. D.,
in American Journal of Health, N. Y.
Robertson & Gilder.
An Exception to the Itule.
A shop where you can get what.you
~anit andl when you want it.
STrUA tr B3ios,
10. HI. LEsL'u, M~annger. t&ftf
*- Cotton Seed Hulls for sale at, my
stables. 20c per' hundred pound. Nonc
soldl Onl clredit.
Im t&f. TV. C. P'ooL.
Subscribe to the Delineator' through
>. J. Wooten. It will cost less. t,f.
" ''Newbeirry gets rain and religion" is
the alliterative headline in the Colum
Sbia State over a news letter from New
berry. A gentlemani who hais been to
Newberry says that if tihe rain hias beeni
badly needed as the religion, the crop)s
in that scction wvill 1 ' an absolut,e fail
ureO this year.--Crenwood Index.
-~Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly di
4ithout aid fromt tile stomn
'ssatme time heals anld re
4sensed digestive organs.
' nedly that dioes both of
can bii e relied up jon t,o
ugro ishe will show thle groat
!hing this fall that has
eet thow In Newberriy. Peo
cthor,r Clothing buy f rom
icans, F amesn
*, whit' Freshi New,, Wanted.
is adend1 in your items of news wvhen
,#they are fresh. We don't like to pubi
lish a birth after the child is weaned,
a marriage after the honey-moon is
over', a death after thle widlow Is mar
vied again, noer the notice of an enter
S tainment after the job work is done
elsewhere and the editor is charged for
admissioni.-Sa'sbury (Me.) Press.
TPhe great success of Chlamberlain's
Colic Choleia and D)iarrhoca I.emedy
In t,he treatmient. of bowel complaints
has made It standard over' thle great,er
part, of tile civilized world. For' sale
by W. . Pelhamn, D)raggist.
F"or best values 'n Shoes, atlwa~ys go to
I t,f Jfamieson's.
AInan,co Stockhiolders to Meet.
TI'-e stockholders of Alliance Ware
house will meet, at, Prosperit,y en Frti
dlay, Sept. 8th, at Il o'clock.
It. Tr. C. HIUNTI:tn, Pros.
Jos. LA. Kl:i'TTi, Sec.
Are grand, but Skini Eruptions rob
life of joy. .Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
cures thorn; also Old, Running and
F ever Mores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Warts, (1uts, Bruis- ' Burns,
eaids, Chapped Hands, Chillblains.
Jest P'ile euro on earth. D)rives
out Paltns and( Aee. Only 25 eta, a
ox. Cure guairanlte(d. Sold by all
VARIOUs AND ALL ABOUT.
Monday will be saloday.
Cotton was quoted yesterday at 6.05.
See notice of teachers' examination.
The summer twallows are returning
to the coast.
Rtov. .. A. 811gh, of Slighs, was in
the city yesterday.
Miss Gertrude Carwile left on Wed
nesday to visit friends at Manning, S.
Mr. Ed Flonaugh has been appointed
trimmer of the electric lights by Supt.
Mr. F. W. Zobel, of Charleston, is
spending a while at his old home in
Miss Thyra Schumport, of Newber
ry. is visiting Miss Annie Simmons.
Sheriff Buford carried Luther Wood,
white, to the State Home for the In
sane on Wednesday.
Miss Alma Bishop has returned from
an extended visit to her sister, MArs. W.
E. Smith, in Orangeburg.
Mr. Patrick Scott, who has been vis
iting his relatives in Illinois returned
to Newberry on Wednesday.
Mr. Arthur Copoland has returned
from a visit to relatives in Clinton and
is at his post at Copeland Bros.
We have been requested to state that
services will be resumed inSt. Luke's
Episcopal church on next Sunday.
Mr. T. E. Jackson, after spending a
few weeks here with his parents has
returned to F'lorida to report for duty.
Mr. 0. I. Duncan left yesterday for
Denmark where he will spend the sea
son in the cotton market of that place.
Mrs. Eta Donald, who has been vis
iting at Mr. J. W. White's, returned
to her home in Greenwood yesterday.
President George B. Cromer deliver
ed a lecture in Lexington last night
before the summer school for teachers.
Mliss Lizzie Glenn, of Newberry, is
visiting Misses Agatha and Sarah Davis
near Clinton this week.-Clinton News.
The excursion run by the colored
people yesterday from ('olumbia to
Chai"lotte passed Newbet ry a' mt eight
Those of our subacribers who want '0
pay their subscription in wood will
please bring it in and call at the otlice
for a receipt.
Misses Minnie and B3urnice Todd, of
Newberry. who have been visiting Mrs.
Sunerel, returned home yesterday.
Al iss Bertha Blease, one of Newberry's
most charming girls, is visiting her
brother, E. S. Blease, in Saluda.-Sa
Operator Parks, at the C., N. & L.
depot, has moved his family into the
house on Cline street recently vacated
by Mr. J. A. West.
Mr. George Leonhirth left yesterday
for Rtichmond, Va., where he has ac
cepted a position in a coflin manufac
The members of the poli1ce force have
been granted a week's vacation. Police
man Franklin was oil last week and
Policeman Carter' is otf thuis week.
Alisses Fannie and Lucy McCaugh
r'r and Jvs. N. McCaughrin, of New
berry, were here ycst .day among
their many friends -Creecille News,I
Mr. Richard Caldwell, after a
mnonth's vacat,ion at t,he springs, has re
suumed his duties at Mimnaugh's, where
he will he"plcased to serve his many
We shall end(eavor l') give our reaid
cr~s a correct c.uotation on) cotton wvith
each issue. The corrections will be
made for euch paper by Mr. 0. Mclt.
Our local n imrods should remumber
that it, is unlawful to shoot, kill or en
trap) partridges or~ other game birds be
fore November 1st. Sp)arc the birds a
Mr. Mom oe Harris, manager of the
gold mine in Saluda Count,y, has becn
in the cit,y the Past few days. IHe says
he will soon put in his large new engine
and get down to business right.
As the month of August p)assed out
yesterday so did the early closing of
t.l'e stores cease anid the tired and
wearisome clerks will have to hang on
each evening a few hours longer.
Rev. G. 'T. Harmon, P residing Elder,
will p)reach in the First Methodist
church tonight at 8.15 o'clock. T1he
Third Quarterly Conference will be
held immediately after p)reaching.
Arthur Davis, colored, stole a palir of
shoes from the C. & 0. S. Mower Co.,
and was sentenced to pay a fine of $10
or serve 80 days on the chain gang by
Magistrate Chappell. Hie patid the
Mlr. 0. Klettner, the fair and sciuare
a1 ealer, left on Tucsday for New York
and other points to buy lis fall stock.
Hie will enlighten the public through
these columns on his return. Watch
out for 0. K.
State Superintendent of IEducation .
J. Mcaa w ams in the city Wednes
day to visit, the summer school. HIe
made an adldress t'> the teachers and
expressed himsclf as p)leasedl with the
manner in which the school was being
Prof. II. B. Domninick, of St. Lukes,
passed through the city yesterday, en
route to St. Georges, where he Is to be
principal of the graded school. I 'rof.
D)ominick is on his bridal tour, having
marrIed Miss Estelle E. F"ulmer, of St.
The Itoelpte for the Year 1898 09 Ex
v eds That of '17.98 by 202 Uales.
The cotton year ended yesterday and
the receipts for the year are given be
low, also for the year previous.
Year before last the receipts showed
an Increase in bales over the year pre
vious of about 4,000, and this year an
increase of 202 bales is shown over last
In August this year 431 bales of new
cotton have boen received. The re
ceipts for August this year are higher
than they have been for this month
since 1896, when they reached 655 bales.
In August last year 29 bales were re
ceived, the year previous 32 bales, and
in '96, as stated above, 555 were re
Below are the recoipts for the years
1898-99 and 1897 -98, ending respective
ly on August 31st:
December.................... . 3271
M arch .................................. ...... ( 1")
A pril ......................................... 1(14
l ay ................ . .......................... .:15 i
J un e ....... ................................... 156
A ug ust........................................ ).'I
September .................... 28016
O ctobe ............. ................. l( )I
Novemn 'r.................................. 1180
D ecem er .................................... 3501
January ...................... i15
February............ .......... i168
M arch ......................................... 919
A pril .......................................... 718
May ........................ 79
J uly ........................................... 1 (2
A ugust .............................. ........ 171
"Our t'aby was sick for a month with
a severe cough and catarrhal fever.
Although we tried many remedies she
kept getting worse until we used One
Minute Cough Cure,- t relieved at,
once and cured her in a few days.-B.
L. Nance, Irin. High School, Blutf
dale, Texas. Robertson & Gilder.
Si ,p Over A!)owedu.
The Southern Railway announces
that persons purchasing cheap tickets
via their line to Philadelphia, Septem
ber 1st and 3rd, inclusive, will be al
lowed : 1op over at Washington, D. C.,
and 3alt,imore by depositing tickets
with Depot Ticket Agents, and notify
ing conductor before arrival.
.J. A. I3UnTON, Agt.
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 1899.
Now men ii Charge.
The transfer has taken place and
this morning the newly elected dis
penser, Mr. L. I. Epting, and his clerk,
MIr. T1. t. Perry, are in charge of the
Stock wvas taken last night and all
arrangements made and the keys turned
over to Mr. Epting. This mornfing
bright and early the new men were at
the dispensar'y wvorking its if they had
been accustomedl to the labor's required
in dispensing the "'chemically pure.''
Breadii for the Orpht,,a.
It takes one barrzel of flour to p)rovide
bread for one person for a year.
We have two hundr-ed uindcer our' care
in the Thornwell Orphanage and wvill
need Two Hundred Barrels dluring the
ensuing twelve months.
Can you not sectre foi' us at least one
of these? If you cannot give it yourt
self, are there not neighbors of yourts
wvho wvili join in wvit,h you andI so send a
barrel to t,he orphans? We will chceer
fully pay the freight.
Who could refuse ia gift of bread to
the fatherless children?
We are not asking you to (10 it all.
Although none of (.art orphans are Clini
ton-born, our little town headed the
flour' supply wvith eigh teen barrels last
year, and will do it atgain this year.
Send gifts of money to liey. Drt. .Ja
cobs, but send gift,s of provision supply13
to Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton, S. C.
J.t :atano Day at, Zion.
Saturday before the first Sunday in
September will be League day at Zion.
President Cr'omer, Prof. 1). 1). Wal
lace, of Nowber'ry, Dt'. J. A. llice, of
Columbia, Priof. .R . M. M-onts, of Salu
dIa, and ltev. W. HI. Ariail wvill deliver
The music wvill be made a specitalt,y,
all now, right from the p)ubl ish er.
Evoiryl adly invited to c'omle aLnd br1ing
ditnner andl( spetd the (day. We will do
all we can to make it pleasant and
prof0i table. E. P . Cu:m .:nR.
-Now Is the ime for the merchants
to pla1ce their ads. fotr the fall. 'rThe
peole want, to kniov' who has' the goods
to suit, them. The Ucretald and Newvs
visits neatrly two tho.wsand homes in the
county atnd through It you will reach
the people who buy.
Pleasant to take and
quick to act. The chil
dren cry for it. The
grown folks are never
satisfied until they get
it. Only 35c. a bottle
at Robertson & Gilder's
TIME I)1S1'ENSAY LAW.
Newb,rry's MIayor Writqs the Governor as
to Its Enforcnmeunt In Newberry.
Some 0o0 d1 Sugge.tlons.
Last week Mayor Mayor sent the fol
lowing to Gov. NeSweeney In reply to
the circular letter Sent out, to the
mayors of the diier.nt, cities In regard
to the enforcemet of the dispensary
law. We think the mayor nukes some
good suggestions, that, if carried out
would aid materially in the enforce
ment and in popularizing the law with
Newberry, S. C , August 2, 1899.
To the lon. Nl. It. McSweeney, Co
lumbia, S. C.-Mly Dear Sir: Your cir
ular letter of inquiry conecrning the
enforcement of the dispensary law has
been received, and in reply to it I am
glad to say there has been no illicit sale
of whiskey, nor shall there l any per
nitted, during my admuinistr"ation as
mayor of Newberry.
I believe there would lie a more gen
eral enforcement of the dispensary law
if the police were paid constable fees
by the county whenever they arrested
violators of this law, and I believe a
still more satisfact ory enforeenent of
it would follow if some memuber of the
municipal iuthor;ty were placed on
each local 1 oatd of cont rol.
). It. Mayer,
Nayor of Newberry, S. C.
AS oTliNt ; smi:: IT.
The Florence Times in commenting
editorially on our mayor's suggestions
has the following to say:
The suggestion made in the letter of
the mayor of Newberry to the Cover
nor, in reply to the dispensary circular,
that some member of th municipal
boards he put on the board of control is
a good one. This plan would save ex
pense in checking accounts and in many
ways; in fact if the mayor of the town
that htas a dispensary was required to
act in that capacity it would be noth
ing more than his duty to his town and
the fact that the town would get the
benefit of the profits would 1c a further
incentive to look closely into the work
ings of the dispensary. In a hundred
ways the plan would work well and the
spirit of the law be more perfectly ar
rived at. This suggestion is offered to
some members of the Legislature who
would like to distinguish himself. The
same mayor suggests that the police be
given fees for conviction of parties vio
lating the law. This is a doubtful pol
icy even with the constables, and we do
not think it would be any letter, per
haps a great deal worse, with the po
"A word to the wise is suflicient."
Wise people keep their blood )ture with
Hood's Sarsaparilla and makes sure of
Master Horace Ml. Long, after spend
ing a while in this community, has re
turned to his home at the capital.
Niss Sudie May foul ware accompa
nied by Al iss Lena Smith, has returned
to her home in this section.
Miss B3elle Watson, of Grecenwood,
was the guest of M iss Mlamie H erbert
Mrs. I"annic 3lajor- and family were
the guests of Mrs. Walter 1Herbert not
Mr. J. S. Mjartin spent, the week wit,h
3] r. Hi. 0. Long last week.
M1iss dlinc \Vert,s has returned to
her- home after staying a week or ten
days with Miss Maybellec Stewart, of
Il'rosperity. She r'eports a p)least5i
M1iss M1inn ie Ning, of Ninety-Six,
was the guest of the Misses lBlaira not
31i ss (Ora Lee Schum111pert wats the
guest of M iss lHessie ILong recent, y.
The young p)eop)le of this communit,y
enjoyed a social last Monday night, at
31r. I. ii. IHoulware's, given in honor
of 31iss Lena Smatith, one of J1oh n
ston's most at,tractive you ng ladies.
She has returned home, leaving for
herself many warnm friends.
Through the kindness of a friend!
enjoyed att,ending t,he Newher'ry C:ol
lege reunion at Corn 1th last Sat,uriday.
A liT'i'.\i [,A 0).
A ugust 3t1, 1899.
The heal th of thte con nuatn it.y good.
Wec arec having plent,y of raini.
The cotton crop in this commuanity is
Mrs. It. 1". Stock man, of l)ysons, is
visiting In this coni nuitnt ty.
Dri. Hal facte and faitl iy anti Mrs.
Jaco UvO) in gst.on, of Newt~he irry, hiave
been "is itintg at Mr ts. i . lIed en baughl's.
I am sorr y that, I will not, he able to
go to the picnic ont Satairday, but, will
have sonmc representativ~es thecre i f the
wveat her will per1mit,.
Tlhe trutstecs andt pattrons of St. I 'anuIs
have elected Mr,. Er'nest SIligh teacher
for- the ntext term,n
31lr. 'er'ry K i nard hias the coittract t.o
put a new floor in St. I 'attls school
Aug. 31i, 1 890I.
(B,lM- Of Wolilall's 00ll0[0, Pi1lllliwi(, Va.)
Will 0o101 School1 Sclitcllllol 1st, 1899,
Music Room ini the contral
par't of thle 0town.
Teroms $2.5(0 per 8 lessonIs,
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALI. TIME NI W$ OF A I.IVi AN) PIO.
l)r. Jno. I. Langford, of Swansea, vis
ited his parents last week.
Al'. and MIts. G. G. I,ate have re
turned from liendersonville, N. G.,
where t.hey have I 'en slending thu
Nil-. S. .. Kohn mado a flying trip to
Colutabia this week.
Miss I.la Moseley returned Monday
from Clint on, where she has been visit
Ala. A. C. W\ise Spent several days of
t,his and last week in Hlendersonville,
Aliss Annte lae Iiedenbaugh, of
Kibler's liridge, visited Aliss Jessie
Mioseley last week.
ars. L. G. Corbett, and Mars. J. A.
Simpson visited relatives and friends
in Newherry last week.
MIiss lessie Ariail has been elected
iusic teacher in the I'rosperity (Ga,ded
1r. AI en Crosson huts retur a"d from
Salndat to titke a position in aIr. S. S.
I,irges' store. .Ii -s Kate Wteeler' will
t.:ke charge of the milliner.\ depart
aoent this season.
as. Iioward \leWat,ers, of Atlanta,
is spending several weeks with her
father, AIr. Anilrew Kinard.
ar. Matrice ''iller and Nal'. Clarence
Werts, of Newl'erry, visited a'i. Willie
lIanton this weak.
Mlisses M aybelle and Estelle Stewart
rettu-ned home Satm-day from I'topiat.
\liss Eoline Werts, of I'tolpia, visited
a'r. II. S. Ihioozer's famaily last week.
\lisses (w:asie and Ad die W1'erts, of
AIt. l'ilgritit, visited \liss A nnie lielle
Wise last weik.
ar. Claude IAlathan and family have
moved away from our town.
Mr. and ars. L("onartd Sense visil (d
their daughtea's, .\Ias. \Vy che a l Na's.
Stoudemye', last week.
NIts. A. 1'. Jiliatu, of h.ake City,
lHat , returned homne last week, after a
pleasant, visit to her ol hone.
N a'. I ufs l-ellers, of Newherry, vis
ited his sister, NIes. I,uther, t,his week.
iliss Erin Kohn gave a party to her
fricands on W\'"dnesday evening.
NIissc"s Iiubie and Jennie Iiryce, of
IstFarfield, who wrce vi,iting Aliss(race
Kirkpatrick, returned home NIonday.
Ir. Carlisle Alajor is visiting in
Miss NJarie ilobb returned to Colum
Nas. Calvin I)oglats returned to her
hoane at I:ussellville, Ark., Monday,
after at pleasant, sa am ier spent here and
School opens here on next AIonday
n'orning.. A large attendance is ex
Ar. Will lteid, of New Hlope, wiats it
Rev. Mr. Kirkpatriek's this week. Air.
Vatt, Kirklpattaick acom panied hin
l'rof. N. E. Atull left londay for
iHenrietta, Texas, where lie will teach
this year a. I'arof. Autll carraiedl wiathl
hi an the good wvishaes of eveary oine.
The faami.y of a'. A. 1i. N<ohna joinedl
himt ina CJolia iat Wednaesday'.
NIliss Annmie Illelle Wise gave a pataty
to0 her' fa'iemds on latst 'I'uesay eve
()aua boy's wet,I over to I atesbur g latst
'12'hur asday to platy ballI wit,h tIhem aa nda a
ILeesvillec. Thaey wea'e, we araesoa'ay to
say, diefeatted. '.lhe scor'e stood I1) t.o 12
int favor' of I latesburag.
NIlessa's. IIaown amntad NIoseley havte a'e
tin-'ned fa'om the anoutaLtins.
I'r'esideant Geco. I I. Craomaer' will de'
l iver a' atmniss ioaryt' addraess ina Gaace
elihara'h oaa aaex t Sunadaty aaoain tg. 'l'hie
publ)1io eaord iatlly in vitedl tam be Iaresenat.
NI as. Nlataa Y'aounge, of ( ohnanhaia,
visitedl hera sistea', Nh's. 5. .1. Koh at. Iat
NIi sses NAta'i Ic obb and K ate Wh eel -
ea' visited Nit' L. I. l'catgle latst week.
A latage numba o110'(f (omi younig people
attendeat the closig exerci se' of ti a'
I'.xcelsior' A a'atdemy last, i'riday andit
a'eporat aquiite~ a ice timaae.
lIev. A. G. K'i'katti'ck is peamlinag a
whl le ian Nuoa'th 'ar'olia.
Nliss I,illio fIhlle Itllabnaa is visiting
NIlisa' lIu~bie Iliolloway at I'oartia.
Na'r. N. Ibaka'r atad sont are visiting ini
NI iss Alma Siauner, aif A\tlanta, is vias
itiang hera aunat, Mi's. I,. II. K inartd.
I)r'. l'. C. IliidgelI, aof Hlatei.'burg. v,s.
itaid his sister', Nl'. La'.t.car, this wee.
A W'O)N iiti ('I,t 00 )1 O Aa a n iu ai:ig
(uven'i' , b ut Wa ihoughtl IOiek ato
C'o' ll'a ae, aai a'h ler unt i .nhamret, in
(:uIran 0y--ium -a ia itiiforli,
( I"'roan the ''imea', Il iiltile, \'a.)
I .,uiff'ered wvith dliarrahoa,i fora a lat
t.im a nd atah oughlt I wats paist baaein
icred. I hiaad spenta ianiuih tIime atada
iimoan'eya an -iaIfer':l sao aiah amiseay
that, I haaal alim-a. dieiele to g iv up' a~
itlIlihopas of a'acomvery~ andi atwatit, the ae
s.alt, but. not icin ta heba adlvertisent,a of
Chlamal 'alain 's Ciea, ( holeat andI Dita'
rhboan lIeamedIy mal also soame' Iu'st imo-.
ials statiing how~ somale woinderfual an' aa'a
hiad boean wrouighit bv~ thisk ra'u-dy'h, I
didediloa to trys it. A flaer taakiang a few
douses I was~ entiraely well oif that troia
le, anit I wish to siay furathera t.o amy
r'eaderais atia faellaow-suIea'ea's thaat I aan
a bath, atnda hear'ty manta t.';-day andia feel
at' wvell ats I 'ver' dlid ini my I i'fe. (, .
Na ore. Sold by W. E. I 'ilham a, I )r'ug
A big lot. oaf I ,atd iie' 1h i oes, lace
or' buitt. 'a, $1I.2. to $2. ti) julst r'ecirie'~d it
f tf .Jatm ieon's.
E'atll stock of Lilly hraacka'tts's t'ine
(hoes juaast, opena,aed aapl at
f ti1aa isa'u
few thays recently visiting relatives near
The welcome rain hats come at, last
anti our farmiers' hearts aro inta(e to rc
joiCC. We thIink it, was prett.y generil.
The largst, coilgregitt.lol was alt,
licthel on latst, Sunday that wo iavo
seell there to' yerits. ''he oitlintnce of
halnti!ml w it lmiilistered to 8 eini i
)n Saturitlay I.acit;ue I)ay will be cele
briatetd it Zion chturth. We know that
the children will have a nice time. A
1 Irge crowd is expectei.
There will be at picnic t O'Neall
A 1ctlny on Satura(lty, S e'ptetber 11th.
I':verybody is intvited to attend, antit
1)1ing wtell tilled itskets, itnd enjoy t.he
Miss Gertrudie 1,athr11op, of Columnbilt.
is visitin.g in I is section.
Oni last'I1tursdaiy tuurninr, in1 com
panly Wilit hmy frientd, Nir-. I). 1,. lBoozer.
we tooic in the all iance pieic ii tii( avial 1
at i.ttle Molountai. 'There was ai large
crowd ires'it. 'The speches Wert
just excellent. antil were well received
by those who listenel. 'h writer en.
jOV(eiI the oeeta'ionl 11ull ha<l the pilelt:
it of n'ctingc a ntciher of his friend
i''ritly' foulndl us at. -:xc lsior ACacl
mytoateni. csi'g t exer csai.
tiitt Ito itttlltl tit ('tliialllr 'le' Nvtttl(
t)ienic of thitt school. ''he exercise:
were bt' gun itlO ut. I o'clo tc. '
crottl niutbere ' out :'tll. The exo'r
eises wtert' Ititu tifullyt carried out at'w
twere tvery} in'ecrestini an intitruetive.
Dinner wait ntnionntl tnl it wa
Il eil (n a table in t,e rtar of tht
aCailetny" untl near' it, tunlel' thetu-' ar,
which lati 'i t ir 'iitriilc( for th oc(it
"ionl. TIha (linuwr wa.s of the lI!nest
qIuality antl plent.y in qi nt ity. Aftter
iiinocr l'resiilent. (;co. It. ('romerCl ina(h
t ath(ress on e Hlunttion. aMr. ('romln
nUale n excellent spee , an11 tohl Ir
heactrs 5( n. plain uieationa fa(tS.
At, on p I 't anvk levter, o
W\alhiretville, I,.Nxin;toni ('OUnty, la
mesett ('ongresman stotes' Iwitlt,
Secrtar, nule an at-pre on eiea
tion f r itizenship, which was well r
eial. rank is itna of prom is,e ani
we prc(liet for hino v ine politieal en
rNer. After AMr. IyVr l-l spoken.
l:et. Ih'. Al. Ml. I'inanil, of (')mun ia,
spofe. 1t. Kintu-ltwas t. hoboe an
a'no o fricn(1s 'anl r elatives. lieutu1
. ine inlVr's,ion oil his hearers, Nl
spioke onl t,he : uhj,'tt of eIn eationl. A f
ter ia (1.ayN tu(ti a n i ght, ex(e ise tht'
crowdl begatn to willnI their wtaY homle
waIt t, feeling. proud thatt they hati atl.
tt'ntle(I the ex(t'cises at, I-:xcelsior.
A\bouI.t. 150 prsonls were prvesIt, amid,
we think, aill enjoyed1 the oeasion.
I.ikcing at varuiety of exeriise, we dle
(itle(1 to attemd the rounlionl of N\ewber"
ry ('ollehi at, t'orinth ChIII-vih inlahh
amd wce d lbl not notiee any of y'ourt cor
respondents there, :,o we will try and
rive y-ou it short report,. We arrive
al o11 ii1 o'clock andi forun( tllutt, tiht
church wonlbl not, near- hol all the p)eo
p 1e. ('orinlth chturCh is at Very Ol
church andl wats ort;'ulizred1 in 1.12. T.Ihe
uwora !tu, ats wats p ub'ishedin The lI1,r.
We have now in stock
the well and favorably
known Keith Shoes for
this Fall and Winter,
Vici, Calf, &c., &c. Kid
L.ined, Cork Soles,
the dryest and warm
est Shoe made. The
newest Lasts and
Styles. The Excelsior
Shoe Co. making the
largest line of Boys' antd
Youths' Shoes in this
In ladies' shoes we
carry the fullest, most
complete, and up to
date stock in the city.
We have all widths
and sizes in the newest
lasts and toes. Heavy,
serviceable welts to
the lightest, dressiest,
Ask for the Regina
our beautiful specialty.
Rubber Shoes for the
million, first quality
COME AND SEE US.
We lead the market
in low prices for Shoes.
*: * W \ith pasXt aLchiovemenIts, but
hvaiys st riving t) otdo miy formor
'14ITrt. You will 1 in d my storo
>r ight, wit ihnew goods in theo lino of
Bicycle Re pairings !?
I will make1~ it prollitable to you if~
Voll call a ildt ()XaLi1lile my stocic 1)0
Urot iyinig. TheIi gools aire inairked
lanStreetI, Newberry 1, 8. C.
14-'t)IDFI) IN 1815.
T is itiuion I u i n4i)l1 the' h4! i s,
1IId arli iw,. w itb a htrl1e andS able
Fue *\t. is prepardto'~ do 44 colege('Z( w.ork
LIf I h Ol tiry bil 44' int. rad . Ne rl twent,y( 14
W, fo iii il liv eti s A 141 pto l end1, Id ,
Na ui d He4, ai beauiltifil haLll for Ite
i1.-ra', ry 4 so iet and ti n needed4 i l((1'iOliecs,
l' i i uihl i ibe uii iIshed4 wit,h ne)w
Ooml ilP b%Iile suppliedI withi nelw furi
44re. '~ n 44w p ianos w ill purchaed, ne0w
* yaal. ehue olcal andi11 mineralIogicLI
ver',ihingl~ that is nece4ssary ini the
irk o aL Iirst-ini,a- womanLLf's col leg()
tud in SouthillL (r in fo4 be au'lty uad
or~ h(% .iitin 110 I cibsto ne oleg
ionity of(I t he S)tate of Sot.h rli naOifl.
.\n espe.-'ial ly ilIe (Cours'e inl l'edagogy
i- ofl iered1 to 1- (thoe de irig to) becomelii
Utnelo-es. There4( are* threel deparltt
t he 'imaroty. L et LIiietone0's friends
and ii forunw students tell thoie al LI
over' 1114 Sout,hi. The) reverecd Capt.
1I. I '. I.iit, ii i s the Se'dior L 'rof essor'.
I ''(of4>tOr WadeI It . I 1rownI, recently of
\Vinh rii CO) ol lege, is the new pr(ofessor'
(If music5. e [turthier inlformaistion ad,