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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat........ .................. 6@61o.
Shoulders .-----............... 7.
H ame-.---............................ 12@ 14c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 7 4(98kc
Best Molasses, now crop...... 500.
Good Molas ps..................... 25@35o.
Corn ......-........................ 65c.
Meal .......... . ..........,............ 600.
Hay ..............,.. ................. 75c.
Wheat Bran................. $1.00.
,, *1 a4jnt Flour.................. $4.75.
2nd BestF1gar.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour..:..................... $4.03.
Good Ordinary i lour...........$3.0 3.50.
Sugar ..............l..0..... ......... d0o.
R ico...............1... .............. 6} 84c.
Cotfce................................. 10 5c.
Cotton seed meal, por sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, per cwt............ 30e.
Butter, per tb ...................., 15(a@20e.
Eggs, per dos.en .................. . 12ic.
Chickens, each.................. 12}(a0c.
Peas, per bushel................. .Oc.
Corn, per bushel.................. 55c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35(c@40c.
Sweet pptatoos ................... 40(50e.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 0( 8.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 60(4?5c.
(Corrected Sen-Weekly by 0. MclR. Holmes.)
Best grade........................6 to 6 1-8
"They are simply perfect," writes
Rob't. toore, of La Fayette, Ind., of
DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the "fa
mous little pills" for constipatiou and
all liver ailments. Never gripo. Rob
ertson & Gilder.
The best Shoes at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
and $2.00 for Ladies in Newberry is at
Copeland Bros., in any color and
There will be a meeting of the Bach
elor Maids at the residence of Mr. S.
P. Boozer on Saturday afternoon at 6
"Best on the market for coughs and
colds and all broncnial troubles; for
croulp it has no equal,'' writes Henry
R. Whitford, South Canaan, Conn , of
One Minute Cough Cure. Robertson
'The beautiful presents that l"lynn is
giving away free is certainly drawing
the crowds. tf
Please add to your list Blackwelder
& Davenport, (Warehouse) -100.
Please add to your list J. P. Noel
(cotton yard)-73. L. W. FLoYU.
The greatest curiosity of the age can
be seen at this ollice. Its cage has just
been completed and it is kept confined,
making it perfectly harmless. Come
in and see it. It cats apples and pea
nuts-feed it through the bars.
L. E. Turner, Compton, Mo., was
cured of piles by l)cWitt's Witch hazel
i. Salve after suffering seventeen years
and trying over twenty remedies. Phy
sicians and surgeons endorse it. Be
ware of dangerous counterfeits. Rob
ertson & Gilder.
For nice new Dress Goods this Fall
be sure and see Copeland Bro's line be
fore buying. Their stock will be large,
new and up-to-date, and the prices will
be very low. tf.
Mouldidgo, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. ST1UARlT BRos.
I. . LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
Sub cri e t the Delineator through
sS J. Wooen.It will cost less. tf.
A letter received yesterday fromi Po
maria, Newber'ry County, thus tells of
the appearance there of the dreaded
army worm. "The army worm is play
ing havoc with young corn, grass, peas
s started On cotton. Pastures
ring with the ravages of
e State, 6th.
10 Early Risers -pr
ousness and worn-out
ad regulate the entire
pleasant, never gripe
ous little p)ills." Rob
n Dress Goods, Black Silk
trmings at Flynn's cash
SAn Exception to the Rule.
A shop whe re you can get what you
want and when you want it.
STUA RT BROS.
E. H. LIEsLI, Manager. t&ftf
Gent's Custom-Mado shoes.
They are as good1 as any in the world.
See themn at S. J1. Wooten's. tf.
The sales at the dispensary for the
month of August were n.3 follows:
Gross sales, $2.305.35; invoice price,
$1.971.35; gross prloflts, $334, expenses,
$131,50; net profits $202.50, to be dlivided
between town and county.
A re grandl, but Skin E'ruptions rob
life of Joy. Buckl'n's Arilca Salve
cures them; also Old, Rtunning and
1"ever Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Felons,
(Corns, Warts, Cuts, Biruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chr pped Hands, Chilblains.
Best Pile euro on earth. Drives
out Paius and Aches. Only 25 cts. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
Jamileson says he will show the great
est line of Clothing this fall that has
ever boen shown In Nowborry. Peo
ple must wear Clothing buy from
. f tf Jamiesojh.
P 8top Urt Fles.
* Use our' Foreon Dobrs and Windows.
Ei. H. LEsLIE, Manager. t&ftf
VARHOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
lion. Geo. S. Mower was in Columbia
Miss -Gay, of Virginia, is visiting
at Mr. T. C. Pool's.
Prof. and Mrs. S. J. Derrick have
returned from Lexington.
Miss Sallie Spearman, of Whitmires,
Is visiting friends in the city.
Constable Tidwell seized a three gal
lon keg of whiskey the other day.
Maj. 1). I. Duncan, of Spartanburg,
spent Wednesday night in the city.
Mrs. Dr. O. B. Mayer has returned
from a visit to relatives in Laurens.
Miss Sallie Lyles, of Maybinton, is
visiting Miss Helen Hardy in Helena.
Miss Lucy Wallace, of Charlotte, N.
C., is visiting at Mr. M. A. Carlisle's.
Mr. Rt. C. Maybin can be found with
R. B. McCarty & Co., where he is clerk
Col. D. L. Copeland, of Nowberry, is
at the Ambler House.--Pickens Senti
Miss Rosa Melton, of Columbia, has
been visiting Mr. J. Z. Salter's family
Miss Flora Meredith and little sister,
Beta, are visiting relatives and friends
in this city.
Mr. Wistar Gary, Jr., of Johnston,
is spending a few days in Newberry
Mr. Robt. L. Tarrant has returned
from a trip to Asheville and Hender
sonville, N. C.
Mrs. Dr. E. C. Jones and family are
visiting the family of Dr. E. C. Connor,
C. L. lilease, Esq., was in Columbia
on Tuesday and Wednesday on profes
The stockholders of the Alliance
Warehouse will meet at Prosperity to
day at 11 o'clock.
Otto Klettner, the fair and square
dealer, returned yesterday from the
Mrs. J. N. Martin and two children
are visiting the family of Rev. T. W.
Sloan at Troy, S. C.
Prof. W. K. Sligh has returned from
Lexington where he has been conduct
ing a summer school.
Some of the young men of the town
are enjoying the evenings shooting
bats. They say its fine sport.
Mr. Henry Crigler, who has been on
a visit to friends here, has returned to
his home in Spartanburg.
The city authorities will put on an
extra force of hands next week and put
the streets in good condition.
Probate Judge W. W. Hodges re
turned on Wednesday from an extend
ed visit to relatives in Greenville.
Mr. Edw. R. Hipp lost his valuable
family horse on Wednesday. It was
sick only a few hours before it died.
An accident to the engine on the
C., N. & L. railroad yesterday caused
the up tlin to be about two hours late.
President Geo. B. Cromer has finish
ed his 0anvass in the interest of New
berry College, and is at home resting
Miss Frwin Werber, after spending
several weeks here with relatives, re
turns today to her' home in Washing
Prof. Jno. M. Young has returned to
his home in Florida after spending
some time with the family of Rev. E. P.
Mrs. Shewell and children, who have
been visiting her sister, Mr's. E. Caba
niss, returned to her home in Athens,
The recent hard rains haven't cooled
the atmosphere off but very little. Thue
mercury these days plays all around
the hundred mark.
Miss Biessie Gilder and Miss Lizzie
Glenn, of Newberry, are the charming
guests of Misses Janie and Birdie
Capt. Silas J. McCaughrln, of New
berry, came to the city yesterday. He
is now connece.ed with the Lowry bale.
-A ugusta Chronicle.
Mr. Bob Wright, who has for the past
year or mnor'e been clerking at the
market for Mr'. Cabaniss, left yester
day for his home in Athens, Ga.
Mr. G. S. Noland brought a curiosity
to this ofice Wednesday. It was what
is known as a"yard" or "wonder bean."
The b2an itself being about a yard long.
M r. Chas. J. Purcell, of Newber'ry,
paid Union a Ilying visit Monday.
Charley is looking well. Newberry
certainly agrees with him.-Union
Mr'. Heribert C. Loiriek has returned
to his home at Calla, Lexington Co.,
after spending two weeks pleasantly
with his college friend and room-mate,
Mr. Robt. Norris, in Newberry,
A a~ of "fox chasers carried a
young fox out Wednesday night and
turned it loose, and put t.he dogs on its
trail, expecting to have some fun. The
fox took a treeo and disappointed the
Hi. F. Gaffncy, of Gaffney, S. C., D).
D. 0. M. of the l1th Masonic District,
will make an of1icial visit to Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., next Monday
night, when the F. C. Degree will be0
Mrs. T. N. Parks andl family have
moved to Newberry, where Mr. Parks
has for some time had a positio.. We
were very sorry to give up Mrs. Parks
and her interesting family; and espe
cially did the young boys dislike to see
Misses Mamle and Eflie leave.-Cross
Ill11 News in Clinton azette.
The Question of the Beer Dispensary BiL
fore the Mtate Board and the Coun
ty Board Ordered Down to
The following in regard to the dis
ponsaries at this place Is taken from
the State of Wednesday, 6th:
The former beer dispenser at New
berry, whose place was recently closed,
was allowed a rebate of the royulty due
on beer left on hand when his place was
The action of the county board of
Newberry in appointing L. I. Kpting
dispenser came up for approval but no
action was taken.
Citizens of Newberry petitioned for
the removal of the beer dispensary to
a less public portion of the town.
Mr. I3lease on the matter of the New
berry beer privilege nuisance, present
ed the complaint of Mr. Fulmer, who
li ed just in rear of the dispensary.
The establishment was a nuisance in
every sense of the word.
Incidentally some facts came out
about the dispensary situation in New
berry. It was suggested that a full in
vestigation of the condition of affairs
be made by the board.
A nlnher of .ommon rumors in re
gard to the management of affairs there
were talked over by the board. Mr.
WIlliams finally offered a resolu
tion, which was adopted, that tha
county board of Newberry be sum
moned to appear here at 9 o'clock on
Friday morning to show why they
should not be removed for not abating
a nuisance when reported, and that all
parties in Newberry who have any
charges to prefer in the dispensary
management be requested to appear at
the same time in person or by allida
WiHAT IS CIIARGED.
Tomorrow the Newberry dispensary
muddle will come up, testimony will bo
taken and the board will probably take
some action which will purify the busi
ness in that town.
It has been freely charged that the
place of dispenser in Newberry and
perhaps in other towns in the county
were practically put up to the highest
bidder. The price of the Newberry
dispensaryship is said to have been
$150. An applicanb who failed of elec
tion, it is said, will tet.ify that he put
up $20 to be elected, the money to be
returned to him in case his election
failed. It is alleged that lie demanded
his money when he failed to get the
job but it was not handed over to him.
All these allegations will be fully in
vestigated by the board, and if any
body is proven to be guilty he will suf
fer. Dispensary affairs in Newberry
have given the board before much trou
ble and it is hoped that this an oppor
tunity to settle the whole business.
When this case is finished the board
will adjourn.-Columbia Record.
The soothing and healing properties
df Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, its
pleasant taste and prompt and perma
nent cures, have made it a great fav
or'ite with peeople every where. For
sale by W. E. Pcilham, Druggist.
For Men's and Boys' Shoes Copeland
Bros. Snow line can't be beat ini the
world. Every pair' guaranteed. New
Fall line just, received. tf,
Newberry Profeassors in Lexington.
We take the following from an edito
rial in the Lexington Dispatch on the
Summer school recently closed at, that,
On Wednesday evening President
G. B. Cromer, of Newberry College, de
livered a masterly address before a
large and appreciative audience in the
course of which he "crammed and
jammed" the teachers with much
wholesome food for thought as to their
duties, both in and out of the school
room. It is a great pit,y that every
school teacher in the county could not
have heen present to hear the distin
guished educator as they certainly
missed a lesson that would have been
worth much to them to have learned.
* * * * *
Profs. Sligh and Bean are entitled to
the credit for having awakened new
zeal and diligence among the teachers
and their minds have been broadened
and expanded. We feel that the cause
of education has been greatly benefited
by their work among us and there will
be an influence for good which will go
out as a result of the school which shall
permeate and enlighten every nook
and corner in the county.
A WVONDERFIUL CURE 0OF DIARLIHOEA.
A P'romnent Virginia Editor HEac Almost
Uliveni Up, but Was liroughat hack to
Perfect HlealthI by Chatmbeoruain's
Colic, Cholera anid Iarrhnca
Remedy--tReamd lis Ediitoriai.
(From the Times, Hlillstile, Va.)
I suffered with diarrhoea for a long
time and thought I was past being
cured. I had spent much time andi
money and suffered so much misery
that I had almost decided to give up
all hopes of recovery and await the re
sult,, but noticing the adlvertisement of
Chamnl irlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Rtemedy and also some testime
nials stating how )r>me wonderful cuirca
had been wrought by this remedy, [
decided to try it. A fter takinig a few
doses I was entirely well of that troti
ble, and I wish to say iarther to my
readers and fellow-sufferers that I am
a hale and heairty mnaun to-day andl feel
99s well as I ever (lid in my life.---O. R.
Moorg. Sold by W. E. P~elhanm, Drug
Store room on Main Btr'eet. Loca
tion opposite R. C. Williams' furniture
store. Possession given at any time.
Also three rooms up-)stalrs. Will rent
store and rooms together or separately.
For further information apply to
t&f. tf U. n. Wmr.LmAMS,
one to Columbia.
In response to the 8uii1nons of the
State Board of Control the members of
the county board left on the down train
yesterday for Columbia, where a gene
ral airing of dispensary matters will
take place to-day. 1Besiles the mom
bors of the board, Dl r. W. W. Fulmer,
11ons. 11. H. l'vans and C. L. lilease
The air around Newberry has been
full of all kinds of rumors since the
recent election of a county disponSer,
concerning tho board, and an investi
gation can (10 no harm. In fact, if the
members of the board are innocent, it
is due them that it be made known so
to the public and hush any damaging
rumor that may be afloat: and if they
are true, of course the public should
know it., and the board could not object.
I will give a lirst class barbecue in
Mr. 1E. S. Cop ock's grove on Saturday,
September 9th. Dinner will be pre
pared by Mark M. Mi'ts, and all who
have eaten one of his 'cues know that
the dinner will be lirst class.
t&f. 2t. G o. A. L.Ot:.
For best values in Shoes, always go to
f tf Jamieson's.
Louis Bagger & Co., Patent Attor
noy, Wabhington, ). C., report, that
on last Tuesday Prof. S. L. Powell, a
resident of this place, obtained a valu
able patent for improvements in shutter
Tt e beautiful new goods are piled so
high that you can searcely see over
them at Flynn's cash store. tf.
Rev. W. I. Herbert requests us to
state that there will be no preaching
in the First Methodist, church on next,
Sunday, ns he will be absent with his
family at Paris mountain in Greenville
county. le will be absent also on the
third and fourth Sundays, but hopes to
have some one to fill his pul pit on those
days, of which notice will be given
Flynn says he is going to do the busi
ness this fall, if the best goods, the
newest styles and the lowest prices on
eart,h will do it. tf.
Our Book Bindery.
The Herald and News has just put in
a complete bindery and is prepared to
do any kind of bindery or re-biding of
books, magazines, etc., on short, notice.
One of the force has been off studying
the art and thoroughly understands the
business. Samples of the work can be
seen at this ofice. When you have
any work in this line don't send it off
when you can have it done right her
at your own door as neatly and quickly
as elsewhere. Give us a trial and we
will show you what can be done at this
ofilce. The Herald and News Is up to
New lot of Fall Clothing for Men and
Boys just received at Copeland Bros.,
where the quality is better and the
prices lower than ever,. ti,
Meteorotogileat lecord for A uguist, 18991.
Maximum templeratur-e, 102; date 24Ith.
M ititniu teer-ature, 52; date 18th.
Mean temnper-atur-e, 81.5.
Mecan tmax imum temp leratu re, 9)3.8.
M etan miimuiiifm temp lerat,ure-, (i7.2.
Toetal prtecipitation, -[85 inches.
Gr-eatest, plreipitation in any 24 con
secutivye houtrs, 1.61); date 26th.
No. of cleatr days, 3; part,ly cloudy, 21;
cloudy, 7; on which .01 or more precip)i
tation fell, 11.
Prevailing wind (1irection--Southi.
Very dry miont,h, only .64 inich of
rain fell until the 24th. The last 7
days of the month 'L.21 inches fell.
WV. (G. l'iT i:lSO N.
St,cciai lIttes on the Sotiihorn,.
The Souther-n Hallway will sell re
duced r-ate tickets for- the following oc
Annual Convention National Baptist
Association, Nashville, Tenn., Septem
bet-r 13-19. Fare, one fir1st-class fare for
the rouind tip, whtich is $1.60 froem
Newberrty. Tickets on sale Septenmbet
11 to 13, limited to 22nd.
Meeting Funet-al Director-s of South
Cai-olina, Chat-leston, S. C.,- September
5th to 7th. Far-e for the round1( trip)
froem Newber-ry $7.30, l'r-osper-ityP $7,15.
Tickets on sale September- 3rd1 to 5t,
limited to 19th.
For furthei- particulars call on Agent
J. A. Burton.
EASE A Nt) 1I8EASE.
A Short LessonI (i the Meatning of a Fa,
D)iscase is t,he o pposit,e of case. WVeb
stor- delinles (disease as5 "lack of ease,
uneasiness, ttrouble, vexat,ion, dI isqutiet,."
It, is a conditIon due1 to somte dleranige
mentof the phlysicaLl otrganismn. A vast
majotity of the ''disease"' from whtich
peoiplG AuIfer is due t.o I mpure blood(.
D)isease of this k ind( is cured by 1Hood 's
Satrsapar-illa wvhich purifies, enr-ihes
and1 vitalizes the blood.1 -Ilood's Sar-sa
parilht cures scrofuha, salt rhcumn, p!ma
lls and all er-uptions. It, tones the
stomach and creat,es a goodl appetite,
andl It gives vigor- and( vi talIty t.o the
whole body. It reverses the condlition
of things, giving health, comfort, andl
"eatse"' ini place ef "daiseaise."
The Rain Has Come at Last
Anfd also the time for sow
inlg Turipf11 Seed. Don't planlt
any but .Bu1ist's, they are tihe
best. We have all of his
choicest varieties. Come and
ROBERTJSON & GILD)ER,
Druggists on tihe Corne.
Miss liabel Cash, eldest daughter of
Mrs. I,rrT (oggans, of Nowberry, S. ('.,
doparted this life on Sunday evening,
September 3d, 1899.
"A lovely flower, whose form was
A Rose, whose sweetest leaves were yet
A nother pure and beautiful spirit has
winged its Ilight to that home of rest
beyond the skies, where our blessed
Master, with i is hostof sining angels,
bids us come enter', and Ills glory
Her lovely character, like the bud of
soi fair Ilower, had unfolded enough
to suggest the strength, purity and
perfect sweetness, which, had tier life
beeni spared, would have expanded into
the nearness of the Christ-like pattern.
As a devoted daughter, a loving sister,
and a true friend to all her associates,
will her memory ever be eherishrccd.
Not only her attractive manner, and
sweet face drew every one to her with
whom she came In contaet, but her
gentle disposition unconsciously shed a
Christian influence around her devoted
home circle and all who knew her.
May the sweet remembrance of this
bright young life, which has just gone
out, linger in the hearts of those of us
left, and may it glorify our lives and
make strong our hopes of meeting her
''Sleep on, beloved, sleep and take thy
Lay down thy head upon thy Saviour's
We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee
Until made beautiful by Love )ivine,
Thou, in the likeness of thy Lord shalt
And he shall bring that golden crown
Only 'Goodnight,' beloved-not 'fare
A little while, and all his saints shall
In hallowed union indivisible-.
"Never turn t I Calilu I 1t lith I Enh0."
If you do you' light will soon be gone
and you will be in the dark. )on't
think you can go on drawing vitality
from) the blood for nerves, stomach,
brain and muscles, wit.hout doing some
tliing to replace it. Hlood's Sarsapa
rilla gives nerve, mental and digestive
strength by enriching and vitalizig
the blood. Thus it helps people who
are overworked and tired.
Ilc)OXI'S I'IIIs are non-itrritat-ing,
Pall stock of Lilly Ilracketts's Fl'ine
Shoes just. Opened up at
I f .Jamieson's.
Dot, from JulIn.
Messrs. J1io. W. and G(eo. >. )omt
nick have returned home from a busi
ness trip in Aiken.
Mr. Geo. W. Long spent, last Sat,ur
day night with Arthur Nichols, l'sq.
1Mr. J1ames Mlc'Cloud is visiting his
daughter, Mrs. J.. W. I lunter.
On Tuesdlay, August the 2!th, Mrs.
Andrew D)ominick died at her ho.no ini
Uanberg County. I t will be remember
ed that in August, of last, year Mr. An
drew D)ominick, son of Mir. Jno. S.
D)ominick, of the St. Lukes section,
and a graduate of New berry College,
was happily married to MI iss A nni cSue
lihrhardt, of ihrhiardis~, S. C., and on the
above d ateethe (deathi angel caine for her.
She readily submitted to the call, and
all was well withi tier. She leaves at
husband anid one child to mourn her
dlepar'tu rc, besides many warm friends.
Death is sad at any time, and miore es
pecially so when a you zig couptle has to
be so early Separatedt. The wr'iter ex
tends1i to all who mourn, and Mr'. An
drew especially, deepest, heartfelt sym
pathy'. H3'IILIt.: Bl.
Sept. 6, 18991.
A big lot of L ad ies' N id Shoes, lace
or butten, $1 .25 to $2.00), j ust, receIiredl at,
fI tf andlesoll's.
Pay iij, FirNt.
A local paper publ)1ishied a long obitu
ary oif a man whto had (lied in thle comi
munity, closing wit-h the statement
that, "'a long procession of people fol
lowed the remains to their last, roast,ing
1)1lac!e."'J The failty read thi not1)1ice
and asked the edit or to miakce a corree
tioii In t.he word "rtoastinitr," bu t he siaid
lhe could1 not, do it unutilI seven years
back subscription had b)en paid.
An Unseeucecasfut Oiperaionm.
(Clev~eland I 'lin D Iealer.
"Y'ou told me1 you expectedi to p)er.
form an operationi for appendltIicitis on
01(1 Heasley. I low (lid you conic out?"'
'"Is lHeasley deady''
"'No. As sooni as I suiggestedl the op
erati on lie sent for another dtoc tor."
(B,M.cof Womall's College, Richmmioid,YVa.)
80II00i Ojid110d Sclitar 1st, 1899.
New, piupits recei ved att any ti me.
Music Itoomi ov.er Mower Co.'s Store.
TermsW, $2.50 por 8 Jlesons,
Secrotary H ol loway iniformaq us tha
the prospect. for a lnuo exhibit and
large atinoIlanea is very fla..:.,...
The health of this comilnmtit.y Is very
good at, this writing.
I lutlorstand t that. Alr. Connelly an
ticipates going to Wolford College this
fall to prepare for the ninistrl". Much
s*'cess to Iim in his worthy undertak
Air. \Walter lIerbert. is remodeling
the houses on his place.
Alr 1). [. l lam has just tinished for
hi tinself a nice, new, rat-proof crib.
AItaster ILilious Selulmpert fell oil tile
platformb of his father's ginlholse re
eently, but, I tun glad to state was not
AlIss Virginia lRengin has just re
turned from Alt.. \W'illing whe-e sie
has beenl visiting for a few weeks. She
reports at delightful Limgie.
'1iss Alamie Sehnilpert visited the
Mlisses Ni and L,ila )ominick recent
ly. She says she enjoyed herself very
Aliss Daisy I)oinicick, i most, alia
ble young lady of this section, is visit
ing her unt, Aliss Alary Iu11nter, of
St. ,luke's sectionl.
The lierald and News ollice is Lho
rouily eqiuipped to put new covers bon
all your books now and do it. in the
lno.t audlnirttbbs and (ub.cn1tial Inttnnwr.
and it is the only ollire in Newberry
that, is, so give them your work ilb
you will be perfectly satisfied.
I would have liked so 1i11ch to have
attendel the corlrespondents' pienie,
but as I had iever been to lower Zion I
decided to go down there, and i desire
to extend to the peeple down there lily
thitiks for the Courtesics shown lte.
They inay rest assuredi that they were
b:g hly appreciated and enjoyed. I foulnd
New Chapli prett.y well represented
but I don't, think any of them enjoyed
it any bet.ter 1.hln I.
Alrs. I. II. I loulware alnd Niss Sudle
\laty Iloulware were the guests of IRev.
). Tiller's family lastA Monday.
Aliss Bessie Iong is visiting friends
and relatives in the city this week.
AIr. .1. It. I'erdlew says lie exp1ects to
cm(iiiplete the \Verher bridge this week.
We think Supervisot" lill should in
spect the I,indlsay bridge, it has sunk
considerably riglt over the water.
We notice that Humble Iliee is hum1
ling i little fron t:e new postollice.
Julia. That's right, cole out wi1,h the
tiews. I think this is aii excellent idea
ill getting out a newsy and interesting
11r- It- S- Cannon hats gone to spend
it few days with his sister ill \Vilbning.
ton, N. C., before imaking his return to
Al Isses I'ann (ie lary, I'et '.'itrltmIertutll
and Mirs Luther Dleanu were the guests
of NIrs. .J. WV. Long ltst week. '.'hey
are from Saluda Count,y.
Septebiler i , IS).
tl g Illuotl--Cur Free.
llad 111oodi cauIHes lIlood atncd Skii
Diseases, Eruptions, PI'ltples, Scrofu
la, Eatting Sores, Uleers, Cancer, I'rze
mat, Skin Seabs. Eruptions ad Mor'es
on Cildrenl, I:heunttisrin, Catarrh,
ItCin tg IliIrnors, etc. a p)siti.ve' Spie
lI ood Bain t , ) the Ibbost wogiitrful btlood
Ipurifier' ot t he alge. It hais alIways
eur ed (een thle n11(st deep seaited, pr
Sitet( eaCISes, lafter dl1o lt) andI paitent
niedicinecs had al1l failed. 1H. 11. 11.
(eure's by diving out of' the blood the
polisotns anld hinors wich el cautse ll
thlese irmables, and1( aL cure is thuts niadi(o
that, is p.ernbarimn (.. ( !ontagiouts 11(ood
P1 ioio, prodirl icinog I'rution10 s, Swoll ent
(ilidu, tJilrt.edI 'IlToat nd Miout I
ECe., cur ed by II. 1. II. At. drulgglst s,
$1 ietr large lbottIle; Hi X large hot tle.
remel(dy'~ thalt maket re 5Ial eures HeSnd 2
stamlps to pay })ostage oil I'rea Tria1l
Ilottle.s ldiei tadIvico Fi:1.:, Ad
dress Ili.0(ooIn (A, Co., Atlatita, Ga.
Teaicher waniIted to teach i \Vhteeland
t,lOn to be~ handedc ( in 0n 0r befort Sep
t mIb 2:1, 1899. A\pplient,ions will he
reCcive by i eithier (If tile undtterslilned.
ID. C. AN-:r'z
I). (X. ill(,A Nt,
iAttie Alounta in, S. C.
Toc techl Sil iIton scho(ol), I)i strict 19.
A 1p11lint-ionis to bIe handl(ediIl in)efot-e
SeptemCIIber' tht, I 19. 'tl'trons acre re
qluest.ed to mieet OIl t,bat day lit. f> p. mI.
A p))1Whats ennl Send1( iln ap~pl icat,ioins to
I. td WV. L. ShiI-:t.:a, v.
In an 8iinanjIitity an<(I at an,y
Special Prices in
WeS solicit I b( padtr oiage of
1)1 (' '.
\otlfy is if yOtl Wisil ware..
ons' Uo stop att votir (1loor
A Chance to
Hold Your Cotton
'lto Nowborry Bondod Warohtouso
will bo ready by September 5th to
storo cotton and make rosonable
advances on s amo. Intorost on
money at. low rato. For further
infortatio 1pplly to
The Nowborry \Varo 1 [ous0 Co.,
GFO. W. SUMMER, Prso.
C. .1. SUMMER, Sec.
I mto. &f.
In Car Loads.
\\'o have just. recoivod at car of the
\Voll Knowit Whito l Lickory Wagons;
also, at car of BBuggios, which wo will
soll cheap. If in need of a\ Wagon
or Buggy, it will pity you to call and
got. our prices boforo matking your
p)urchaso. \o buy in largo lots, pay
'ash, discount our bills, which on
.tbles us to sell First (lass Goods at
'ow )ricOs. (Co1m1o and soo us. \Vo
.vill tik pleasuro ill showing you
A"hat we have. Wo guaraittoo every
W1agon and 3uiggy to give (ot ire
mat isfact ion.
Very respect fully,
\V11y Pay So Iutlclh for your
K1rititig \laterial whien we
an1 ,ul lily you li cheap?
Ve la\T all gr;<Les, but cal
--1 Iyo1 goodt Note l Per,
-I tlvets for 2u, 25 gootd In..
velope)s, hu'oge or snia.ll, for :c.
Legal Cap Paper,
Box Paper, Tablets,
Slate and Lead Pencils,
Inks, Mucilage, Glue.
Onl theso a11 other things
We Will save' you nioiey. As
"futr iinter'estS ar l( ooked after
i-oni t k, ,grea tradle cutre,
ew ork. Wo underbrk
t1herefore we 1Iu1ler,sell,
I AM NOT
\ Vith past. achtievemeints, but
alwa~zys strivinig to outdo my13 formeroi
bright, with no11w gootle ini tho lino of
Bicy cle Repairings E
I will maike it, p)rofil,ableo to you if
youi011 call n exatnlinel my3 stock bo
fo ibuyinig. The goods aro mtarked
to suit, the3 times.
J. W. WHITE,
Min St o, Newborrty, H. C
l i-'< - I) IN :isa5
Th'is. instLitutLion, famnous in the his
'ry (of eduaionLL(I in South Ca (rol inai,
Ii recentlyV1( been horough ly reor'ganI
I/Al it.ui no0w, wit Li Ilarge and1( ale
l-aan. isi in 1 1'eparedo( to (10 coillege workc
of t he very hi ihest graode. Nearly twety
114 wbilingis be)~in 8g OirOet-ed wh)ich
will contaIin aL larig Aud(1itorliumI, aL li..
b ar a lienin(1g- Ilni aL Musi1eum of
Natural Science, aL bauht iful hlall for the
literaryV so'i t,y wil some nieded ollices.
Thie biklling wvill be( furnished wit.hi newv
rooms~ will be supplied with new furni
t lre. new. p)ianois will be( purchselid, ne0w
phical,3 I (heialL and1( mhieraliogiclI
mbotorliLtOs ill be10 equ'ipped---in shiort
3verythin:g t.hat is necessary in) thu
woruk of a firsit-OSaLS woinaii's col lego
wil be in-Iovided0(. The1( site is unelqual
led ini South (Cor'ol ina for beaut.iy and1(
forl heallt flness5. IlmesLone Col loge
makes '8 it- appeal(31 to L,bi pepl OI1 striitly
on its owOnimeriLn. I,iLirary. SelOnitille3,
and ConnneIeia C031(ourisos. T1he reguineau
(collegeW.1 degrees are1 givo bCiiy the alu
,boinnt y oif i,he State or Noth Carolina1(.
A ii especiall111y line0 Cour so in 1 edagogy
8 sl0cir d to toso des8iin g to becomo
teachiers. There are11 throc deparut..
men21t,s, tI 3he oge, the (Senun1 ary, and1(
Lhe IPrnnary10~. aot fLi hnestOo's friends
atnd formier students tell the neOws al1
over' Lt,h South. Th'le reveredi Capt.
II. P'. (Grifilt,h Is Lh e oior Professor,.
l ''(ofessor' Wadue R . nrhown, recontly of
Winthrop, College, Is the new1 professor
of musie. I"or furlther1 in for'miatlun ad
d1ress the Prosi4(nit