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COT AON hi ARKECI1T.
(Correctd Semi-Weekly by J. W. Gat-y & Co.)
Best Grado...................... 7 3-s
Low Grade ...................... 6
President King, I . rmer's Bank,
Brooklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
Little Eirly Risers in his family fo
years. Says they are the best. 'I nose
famous little pills euro constipation,
biliousness and all liver and bowel
troubles. Robertson & Gilder.
Mowers and Rakes at l;dw. IR. HIipp's
Prices reasonable, fa. tf
Roads Leading to Nowborty Should bo Good.
We have been asked to call atten
tion to the road between Colemaus and
the Steel Bridge going to Newberry.
It Is said to be almost impassible. If
it is any worse than most of our other
roads, we pity those who have to travel
them.-Salud a Advocate, 11.
"When our boys were almost (lead
from whooping cough, our doctor gave
One Minute Cough Cure. They re
covered rapidly," writes P. B. Belles,
Argyle, Pa. It, cures coughs, colds',
grippe and all throat and lung trou
bles. Robertson & Gilder.
Subscribe to the 1)elincator through
S. J. Wooten. It will cost less. tf.
"It did me more good than anything
I ever used. My dyspepsia was of
month's standing; after eating it was
terrible. Now I am well," writes S. B.
Keener, Hoisington, Kas., of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you
eat. Robertson & Gilder.
An Excvption to the Rule.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want it.
S'ruA al Ii1:os.
1. II. Li.sLrii., Manager. t&ftf
The Luther League.
The devotional meeting of the Lu
ther League will be held in the Luther
an church, Friday evening, at8 o,clock.
All the members of the League and of
the church and all the college students
are invited to attend.
The following is the programm:
1. Recitation-Miss Anri;; Riser.
2. Reading-Mir. ). D.Simpson.
3. Talk on Leagae Topic-Mr. J. iTs
'he "Plow Boy l.reacher," Rev. J.
Kirkman, Belle l;!ve, 1ii., says. "After
sufYering from Bro'ichi,:i or lo ng truu
ble for ten years, I was cored by One
Minute Cough Cure. It is all that Is
claimed for It aid 'nore." It cures
coughs, colds, 1 rippe and all throat and
lung troubles. iRubertson & Gilder.
Stap the Fllc)P.
Use our Screen Doors end Windows.
STru HT i-sto:
E. H. LEsLIE, Manager. t&ftf
I):ayton iutherord Chapter.
There will be a meeting of the Dray
ton Rutherford Chapter on next Tues
day afternoon October, 17th, at half
past four o'clock at the residence of
Mrs. W. H. Hunt. All members are
Oarnestly requested to be present, as
there Is business of importance to be
Applications for membership wvill be
Muis. GEO. JOIINSTONE,
dall at Edw. R. Hipp's
for High Grade Guano.
A Cith,zon Inombardedi.
The news was brought in on Satur
day of an exciting scene in the county
one night recently. It is said that one
of the best farmers and citiz,ens of the
coL'nty was awakened at night by ex
poloins,. souniding like guns firing in
rapild succession. He hurriedly made
for the door and awoke the faily call
ing for his gun. As he was about to
open the door the e::ploslon was heard
and in a second or two several more in
rapid successIon. lie opened the door'
but saw nothing but blank space. His
wife suggested that p)robably it was
some can goods in an adjoining room
that had just been put up), and opening
that room door, the excited gentle
man found himself knee-deep "in the
soup." Many cans of cor'n, etc., having
burst. We were not furnished wit.h
names, but the joke Is du somebody;
we know not who.
Hismuarek's Irotn Nerve
Wr3 the result of his.splendid health.
Indomitable wvill and tremenidous ener
py are not found wvhere Stomach, Liver,
idney and Bowels are out of ""'ler.
If you want these qualith " andi the
succ! Qs the,y bring, use Dr. King's
New Life IPills. Thiey develop every
p.aWer of brain and body. Only 2i3at
all Drug Stores.
Mir. J. W. Wicker, about 18 years of
age, died Sunday at the Granby mills.
He was a native of New berry County.
Columbia Record, 11th.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lu
ther Perkins died at their home in
Factoryville on Truesday. Burial at
Ebenezer Wednesday afternoon.
Harness, 'Wagons, Buggies,
Stoves an . very~ thing in our
line, AS WE W NT TrO RE
F. A. SOHUMVPENT, Agt
VAKIOUS AND ALL A)tOUT.
See ad. of Master's sales in this pa
Mr. R. S. Whaley went to Columbit
Mr. S. B. Jones wont f,o Columbiu
yesterday on business.
Mr. L. W. Kaminier, of Litti:' Moun
tain, was in the city yesterday.
Several citizens went down to Colum
bia yesterday to take in the circus.
There were over 003 bales of cotton
sold hero yesterday and over 500 the
''ihe bridge across Scott's crook
Brooklyn bridge-has been completed
and is quite an improvemon',.
Miss Warneta Copoland left last
Monday to attend school in Nowher
Thos, V. Wicker, executor, adver
tises valuable land and Newberry Cot
ton Mill stock for sale.
Mr. Palmer MCMaster went to New
berry yesterday on professional busi
noss.---The State, 12th.
Mr. Brice MeCarley has moved into
the residence on Friend street recently
vacated by Mr. Hi. E. Todd.
Mr. Surry Shockley has accepted a
position in Augusta ini a job printing
establishment. IIe left, for that city
Mr. J. S. Land, of Columbia, State
agent for the Penn Mutual Life In
surance Company, has been in the city
for the past few days.
I-enry C. Holloway, Esq , has located
in Newberry to practice law. le is as
sociated with Col. 0. L. Schumpert.
Begin to make your arrangements to
attend the State Fair. Newberry must
have a large representation this year
New! .:rry College opened with 162
present the first day. Last year the at
tondanco on the first, day was 155. Con
gratulatio..-So'thern Christian Ad.
Mr. Edwir A Carlisle has been
elected Superintendent and Treasurer
of the Carolina Manufactulring Con
pany, the offiee recently vacated by Mr.
Jno. W. Taylor.
A young man's pist -l fell from his
pocket yesterday as he was alighting
from his buggy on Main street and the
explosion caused quite a commotion
for a few minutes.
Rev. l. G. G. Scherer will preach in
the Union Church or school house in
West End at half past 3 o'clock on
Sunday. After preaching a Lutheran
congregation will I)e organized.
Contractor Wells has begun work on
the gallery stair way at the opera
house. vir. Cabaniss has moved his
market one door rurther down where
he will have more room and be more
Mr. 13. P. Griflin was called to Mc
Comb City, Miss., last week on account
of the Illness of his son, Eugene. He
arrived home yesterday with him, and
his many friends hope for him a speedy
recovery to perfect health.
In an establishment, like M imunaugh's
you can always find what you want at
pt-Ices to suit you. H-e has a stock of
goods that embraces anything and
everything that one would want in ble
line, always see Mimnaugh. Then
The annual putblic meeti.ng of the
Woman's Home and Foeicgn Mission
ary Society of the Lut,heran church~
will be held next Sunday night, Octo
ber 15th, at 7.0 o'clock. Rev. J. A. B,
Scherer, p)astor of St. Andrew's, Char
leston, who spent five years as a mis
sionary in Japan, will dliver an ad
dress on "The Sun'-iso Kingdom." A
sp)ecial collection will be taken for th<
cause of missions. The public is in,
Are grand, but Skin Eruptionisrol
life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cures them; alan Old, Running anc
Fever Sores, Ulcers, H3oils, Felons
Cornms, Wartq, ('uts, Bruises, Burns
Scalds, Chappe-1 Hands, Chilblains
Best Pile cur-e on earth. Drivei
out Pains and Ach' '. Only 25 ets.:
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by al
Excursion Bates Still on Sale by Southier,
The special ra es offered by the South
el-n RalIway to Philadelphia account o
the National Exp)ort Exposition havt
p rovent ver-y attractive, and the travo
North by this l>pul ar line has beci
ver-y large. 'rickets arec sold on Tucs
days and Thursdays of each week fron
all points at a irate of a fare and one
third, plus 50 cis. admission to Exposi
tion, and are limited 30 days fr-om date
The Souther-n Railway will continu<
sale of these low rates until Nov. 23d
no tickets however to be limited be
yond Dec. 2nd. This is the only lini
ogfering double daily service betweel
North and South, with D)ining Car
Observation Cars, and through Palac
Sleeping Cars between impor-tant citie
in tis section and Now York.
All agents of this company wil
proemptly give fulIl in formation desirce
by those contemplating this trip.
IT CURES !
A cOMMITTIC'i; FltOM UiltEFNVIi.,3.
Two City Atlermen frout treenville Visit .1I
Newberiy to Inlpect Our MIrt-p1'4
t1n(1 Visit tlu (Iravel
Bleds of Air. W.
Messrs. T. 1". Hunt and J. T. Wich- i
ardson, members of the street commit- ti
too of the city council of Greenvilie, et
visited this city Wednesday for the ptr- a
posO of seeing our streets and visitinig hi
the gravel beds of Mr. W. Y. Pair, a
with a view to improving the streets of (,
thelir city. b
Mr. Fair and the writer drove the
gentlemen over th- city, pointing out I
the streets on which the gravel had th
been used and where a fair test had el
been made, proving that it was excel- ia
lent material for road makin ig. (i
They were driven out, to Mr. Pair's th
residence and were atnaized at the
quantity and facilities of Mr. Pailr for r
placing the gravel and at the mantnler h
in which he got itout for delivery. hi
They returned earl' yesterday morn- 1',
ing to Greenville with samples of the
gravel, in di lTerent states, to submuit to g
the city council, anti will probably di
place an order with Mr. Failr for a P1--ge s
quantity to place on (;recnville's tho- et
'l hey are 1':th pleaNant gentlemen, o'
and we enjoyed our drive with them.
They ever sing the praises of their na- ei
tive city-which is to be commend- pi
ed and is characteristic of true ( reen- tr
Mr. Richardson is t.he able and popu- w
lar manager of 'T'lie Greenville News. t
50 Good Mules want- l"
ed today and tomorrow il
for which I will pay o
good Cash price. t
It T. C. Pool.
Exltibite of Flour, iil
Newberry County has within her at
1 ;rders four flour roller' mills, and we t
hope each of these mills will have on ek
exhibition at the State Fair next month ci
samples of their produet. The Iloutr
inmade at these mills is of the very best, as
and will compare with any made in the i
South, an(i is far superior to much of o
the adulterated stulf shipped into these w
markets. Let the mill men put sam
pies on exhibition and let the people of
the State see the superior qualities they d
have at their own doors, thus creating s
a greater demand for home-made Ilour. th
- - - -el
Rev. W. K. Sligh, Professor in New
berry College, who has acceptably v
served Colony church, Newberry Coun- a
ty, as pastor for several years, closed ba
his work in that congregation last Sun- .1
day. He has also retired from the o1
work as pastor of Mt. Hermon church, It
Peak. S. C., which he has served during Li
the past synodical year. Rev. A. J.
Bowers, of Newberry College, who has Li
served Beth Eden church as pastor in h
a similar manner, has also decided to 0
give up the pastoral work and devote "
his whole time to his college work.-- a
Lutheran Visitor, 12th.
Second Week .jurorq. 0
Thue following pe!rsons haveo been '"
drawn to serve on the jury for the see-n
ond wveek of court, wvhichi will convene h1
on the 30th instan'.:
J1. Win. Smith. RI. G. Rear mn, Joe.
W. Epting, S. E Senn, Albe; t C. 0
Sligh, J. JT. Mayer, WVm. R. .Reid, Ih
Jas W. Nance, Claud L. Counts, A. C. P
Brooks, A. J. Jiohnson, Walter WV.
Lominick, Geo. W. Johnson, D)an. WV.
Richardson, R. C. Williams, J. Back- -
man Creomner, Chas. G. .Johnson, P'ozy
G. Glenn, WV. P. Pough, F. A. Schuamp- I
ert, R. G. Smith, Tomi T. Pough, Rich- s
ard Swittenburg, .Jno. S. Cleland, WV. r
T. Gibson, J. D. Hlornsby, Jef'f Quattle- C
baum, P. Cal. Fulmer, J. Sam Pough,
-W. C. Btuford, J1. Mike Counts, J Mel
Hartrnan, .T. J. Grizzar'd, .Juo. A. Cro
mner, Will J. Atchison, J. D). H. Kinar'd. n
From a Sialutda 1hey tt Newber, y Cotta go.
As I was yotr correspondent from I
Delmnar, I thought that a few lines 11
fr'om Newberry would interest my
friends. Theli college opened last Mon
day, which waLs the largest Opening in L
the history of the college, one hundr-ed
and sixty-one students were en rolled, of
that numpber fifteen are girls, called
eo-eds, Judge Y. J. Popo and D)r. Voigt,
of Wilmington, N. C., made specebes
In the chapel which were very interest
ing and' encoturaging to the students.
Saluda is wecll represented, with ten
new b:oys, namely: Messrs. L. A. Black,
-Claude D)ominick, J. C. Mitcheil, J1. F.
Black, 0. L. Black, F. 0. CrouL, ClIn- i
ton Riley, J. W. Wheeler. 0. M. Clark 1
- and your humble scribe. All Fresh- I
3 men, only fort,y-eight in the Fresh-(
Any of my friends are welcome at
s No. 26 on the second Iloor of collego
1building.--Juventus, In Saluda Ad vo
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUART'1 B3uos.
E. H. LESLI'S, Manager. t&ftf
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
.4een14 h( tle ourt
On the artl of A ugust last MIr. .10lhin
.1 )ominiek filed a tietition beforo Jus
.4e I'ope pra ing that a writ, of habeas
irpus Ie di rected to .Jos. 1'. (aughlman
id wife, re<aui ring theml to produce the
)dy of lIuford I )onic ii lt'k, his sonl-then
chAild of Ihret years--before him, the
istody of w'hon was to be (i)osetl of
The petition stated that Mlr. nini
ek was the father of the child and
at II. Caughman and wife were the
ild's grandp:trents, :ind that t.l 'y un
wfu Ily and fortefully detained the
iild at the i ir hone agair.st the will of
Mr . ist ice Pope on the .Id of A u
1st issued his writ of habeas cotrpu. ,
!ing -made returnable before him att
s chamnbers, in Newberry, at 11
cloek on the 9)th of Augut..
'Thie respondents not being able to
t ready for the hearing for tle )th,
le to inconVeliene Oil pal rt of co1111
1, Nir. . lstiel I't pr, by consent. of
41uselI, by an order, postponed the
taring to the -1 b of October at II
At that time the retir'n of respond
its wts submitted. which charged the
titioner with cruelty and nnkind
eatnent of his wife, who was the
Ltgliter of M1r. ('aungIman and his
if ', during her life time, intimating
at her death was due Iartly to his
eatment. '1'hicy aiso charged that the
isband had abandoed his wife before
r death, whichi neotssilatled h'r com
g to their home at wlich shie renain
l during her last illnes. They also
l god t.hat it was I her dying reutiest
at her paurent; h charged with the
isto dy of her child.
To which return the petitioner sub
itted his reply denying the unkind
Id cruel t.reattmenIt of hiis wife, also
e alleged abandonment and that sie
er rcqluested her paretts to tako
a rt of her child and rar it..
I;++th siles submitted arliilavits, first
to the Iitnc;s of each to rear the
Ii:d, and as to the ulitiess of the
her for this ditty. A few aflidavits
re stlubmitted as to the petitioner's
ife and the cause of her death.
Judge Pope after hearing all the ali
.vits and argu;mlents on both sides,
id that, he was 1 )Llid by the law in
(o ease and would have to award the
istody to the parent, but he said in
>ing so he wished to add one thing,
at, the grandlartents be a!lowed to
sit, their grandehil(1 once a month,
td on the last Saturday of each month
tween the hours of It) a. i. and
p. in. Counsel for petitioner olfered
1 the part of the petitioner, also to
Id, and as often its they desired; and
to order was accordingly drawn.
Mr. Caughmni got the permission of
to Court to address a few remarks to
is sot-in-law, and he said atong
Aher things, that he felt no malice to
ards him and hoped that he would be
good man11 anid rear up his child right.
Mr. Dominick thanked ihm for this,
3d at the suggestion of his coulnsel,
otfoed to shako hands withl Mr. Caugh
aln who advancing towardi Mr. D)omi
ick oIlfcred Ils hand. They shook
ands-also Mr. Dominick antd Mrs.
aughmnlLt, andi made friends.
The1 Infant, clil d waLs then tuirned
ver to Mr. Doiminick and was taken
omo by him. This wats the saddest,
art of it all-taking the litt,lc child
'om its graiidparents while it was pull1
ig back and wanting to go with them
-knowing nlo other piareint.
The hear'ing was held in the Court
loose. J ohnstone & Welch .-eprc
3nted the petit,ioner, and Culbreath &
amaige antd M'. S. Uleaise tIhe resp1ondt
"I1 wish to express my thanks to the
tanu factourers of ChamberlaIn's Colic,
lholera anld Diartrhoea Remedy, foLr
aving putt oni the market such a woni
erfiul medicine,'' says WV. WV. Mass
igli', of Beca umont, Texats. There are
iany thiousanids of miothercis whose
hiildreni have been savedl from at,tacks
f dysentery and10 cholera in fant,um whoi
inst, also feel teankful. it is for satle
y W. 1'. Pelham, D)ruggist.,
itates to the StaLte Faiir.
For the occasion of the State l"airz at
olumbia, S. C., November 6t.h, to 10th,
lhe Columibiat, New berry and L,aurens
tailroad Company will sell excursion
ate tickets at, the rates mentioned be
w for the round tripi, Inincluig one
dmission to the Fair Groundis:
Class A. Class 13.
At,tic Mountain....1.15 $1.50
'rosperity.............. .! 1.75
'c w berry............. I 60 2.0
~linton................ 2 00I 2 75
2aureCns................. 2.20 :3.10
Class A-Ticketj t,o be sold Nov. 7th,
t,h and 9th, limited to 11th.
Class B-Tiects to be sold Nov. 4it,h
o 10th inclusive, luIz.itd to 13ith.
The Trustees of Trinit,y school will
nceet on 28th October 1899) for the pur
)OSO of electing a teacher. Applicante
vIi please send In their applicatlons
mn or be!oreo that (late to the under
Salary $23 petr month. School Is te
>egin 1st oF November.
H1. B1. HENi>Rix, Longshiore.
M. PI1TTs4, Silver Street.
T. J. GnizzARI), Silver St,tect.
Newberry loller MilIh
Custom Wheat Cround
on Friday and Corn or
An 1-:jentulrt Vear wI'I. ht atenl . rs of
'T'hi ti eC tilt-- l'ho in tiel 1t0lov 4l t'it -
tot S.i%" (I1o(ti- .1y't +It 1 1e (IAo, or l h0
A%Ipyroachlu lu nfereutee.
So fir this has bI Ih t avey evN"It tful
yea' with us. ( )ur nortuary list i., quite
a long one. Il)eth has intvadledl our
ranks: it cach ehurch. Many have re
tnovedl ly ce"rtitliate, atil thus we have
flr'ii:-hed"t Vaia lec n'atcriai to other"
tebar 4 . Ini our rec, nt meetingt, ra
vIous ""timis of refreIs in '' C:tlt" to
us. tI iioinw-i rlt, LL-rt,t lI r and satis
'taetory. Ifhre lidt er" reti urnetd to (td,
and the church gener1ally w%as tind''r
"showers of b lessing-.'" Numnerou:< pro
fes-ioins of joy fIul up4ilift-ing at:d Ipi1titutal
hlpt'1, with imtanuy Ipullie resolut ions for
greiter usefulnes. (od spoke to us
li! lit u4 fee; ti) (:imd ilin : of IIis
Children's da we ciexcellent. I-idu
cational dlay weell attended(. \\'e ::endl
irls to I,eesville and the ('oltumblhia Fe
tiale Colge. ( )urI, boys we sew d to
(Iclmso:n, \Volord at'd Newberry .'ol
I say goodbye to Newiiriy Circuit
at the eto5e of (lurt approachin Confer
0ie0. \\'hil'e I shall leave many goud
and excelleit friedis, I w ill not losl"
U(I-iig o1ur SQevc:ral mIeetings the fol
lowing b rethre"n were ini "Sent, and r-en
tlretd very tlIlicient help): I ".rs. \V. V.
lones, W. II. Airiail, .1. \V. Speake, .1.
It. lIlackwell, .1. Ii. llood, .1. \V. San
de r", 1I. WV. Wh'itatker and J(1.. i;. ('un
nelley.-li,v. I). T1iller. in ;outhetrn
,Jan t c tieetl I nr. ( (1.
1I. .In1ites Itet'l, sttuet his leg
at;ainst ai cake of ice ill sueh t Iatnntr
its to bruise it Sever"ely. I t1enme very
mluchl swoliln and pained h itu so badly
that he Could not walk without, the aid
of crutches, Ile was treatild by hy'si
ciauns, also usetd several kidl of linii
mlent and t two( andt a lIJ 11allons1 Of
vhislcy in b)atlintg it, but, tin 1hing ;rtve(
any relief until he egan u'ing ('ham-"
b;rhuan's I'ain Itllm. This brought at
nItt,t at coltlete cure in at week's timec
andt he believes that hind he not. used
this remcdly his leg would haivo had to
he amputated. AI r. Iinede is one of the
leading mirehant: of('lay Court, Itouse,
\V. Va. I'alin Haim is unequalel for
bruises itami h'll einatism. "or saio by
V. I. 1'elhatn, Irt1u1g ist.
Utol in llot.
Sincc 11y last, corresplondilce I am
sorry to say we'v e had considerable
sickness aiIoIg both white atll colored,
but am glint to state the sick itie all
Irs. I.:icllard, of t.le Capital, alter
s)en(ding a few weeks with her ilaughl
ter, 11lrs. J. I'. ('atnnon, returned to her
home last Tuesday.
MrVs. .i. W Lon;g 1eturned to her
hotmte \lgllolay, aftor staying a few
Weeks with relatives in Saluda County.
Alr. Walter llerbert has the m11ost
and filnest pcavine 11hay I've seen any
where. lie's conteilhtting exhibiting
vir"iouls things at- the State Fair Lis
fltl1. You kinow he takes the irem ini
on cannied goods, ot' at least, he has for'
the piast fouri yearis. Mir. lIer'ber't is a
A good mantIy pleople fromt this viclin
ity anticipait, going downi to the fair
this fall. Let everylJady go wh'lo caln.
You ill ind it exhiler'at ig andiu see
a lot you've neveri seen1.
T1he hIlmnble 1103 speaks oIf pu11tting
' I at phoneC iromi It IS stor'e to LI'osperIi ty.
I pr'ediet that~ tetn year's benee phones
will be so thick that wr'iting will 1)e
conlsideed a poor1 su,bs tttte for'COIi com
Mr I. C. (!. Cr'outh oIf L eesv ille, S. C.,
has accepted a position wi th the ril -
load companytl3, and1( ht tnow r' esie ait
Old Town. (Charley is a coin nendatble
Mr 1. T1omi Criouch ,','ho for the palst
Lthree year's has ma ltde fior N~ v'. Ji. S. lIu~s
sell, of Newber'ry city Ia fa ithbflIuitid
cour teouis hiead clerk has r'esig'ned his
piosition and1( is tak Iing a bulsi ness couirse
at t,he Coltumbia, ii. C1., Ilusinelss C2o1
lego. Totm is another i'nle mantii, anld Ite
in h)is carecer has imado0 t ner'ouis
Mr t. Arithurt'. Nichols w'i I go to) at busi
ness college ini Macoi, G a., aLfter Chr list
M'uessirs. .1lke 1'. Long atnd lI obertL
Col emana,of Salatda, attendd prIleach
ing at New ChaIpel, Sunday.
ThereCi' is ai ganlg of ntegri'es, abthiI
twelve I blie lve, in Lbhis secti on frotm
IIlelenat, pick ing cot,tont.
MNIuch success to everiyhadhy.
October 1:2th, 1899.
The Souther'n R ailIway annoultnces
sale (If roun d trlipI ti e~ets t.o Atlainta,
Gat., account o1(f t.he G eor'giaI State Fair
wh!ech will be open from ( )etober' 18th
t.o Novembter' (th. E'xcepht,ional ly low%
rate oIf Otne I"irtst Class I"are, pIluts 50 ets-,
adm n'issioni L. thte l"airi i'0 roud s will be
on saleo fromI impor't,atit shttions.
I"or full I nformt,iton as; to schedles,C'
apply to any Sou,her'n lI ailIway atgent
CJomo to Roboison & Gilder's
and WHITLE WI1NE VINEOARA
CINNAMON, SPjJOR,u CLO)VES
M4USTAlHi) and MUJSTA R D SEED
ofWo canl GUiARANTEE theo.pturit
o ur goodsR for wo hanvo tested thonr
-RAbertsonI & GiIdei
DRUGIT ON TDHR COnS]
Ill I.T4 I'll 't.(1N s VNO).
05111 A uitiU:l l(mvem 1011t att St. 11,111:t '14
('hturit1 Next 'iwlnrttiny--,lali1onnty
('ohve o ,a t a t t'roMlp (i Iy.
'he I .uthetl t lyod ot ut4utlb (ro
Iiu1a will a -s("IIh'e1 ill its ;.:tIh aui1 al
('( nVentit n inl St. L.uko's elhurcb, :it
I.uke's, N. ('., I ev. ( uco. II>t;ard en,
l)stot', on \\e(inestlay next, 1thit in
Ttant. Th' a LSssiOnlS Of the1 Synod( will
utct,I y,.vt evral dhrys, andc (losing 'with
tiiVine 'rvite-i on San11t;y, With a ser
11111n or athlre-s a. I I o'lock each day.
TI'he fo1lloving Speakcrs i'v be en
ap lint u: i Ai-ionary 1(1 '(,S ':, I:('VS.
.\. .I. lI;ower, ot Newhe rry ('olleg'e.
andl (). 1'. Stihea ou-e, of I)e lmar. E
u'tiinal 1a dd1rew- s, I rs. :\1. 0. ,1.
\rt ::, Of A: gusta,al i ll .1. W . Ilori,
of ('II a '(ton. ( )rk. i nat io( rn l4onl, I1' .,
. (>. 1 . lirep . I1 e re : io t ion, Iev.
I<. I;ol(I1, of ('haurlt-on. is to l rt'latr' :a
paper' oi tht "('old(ition:'s of C(oll:1n1(ni
ltant Chureh L t14'her .h ip.'I
Tull: w I(.1I\N's lll- IN.\ Y '1NIINvIi-:N
will hol it, e i i (;r;.ee churbc ,
lI'ro.sperity, on next, :\lom(Iay andt u -
(1lay. The oltenin; :<essionl will he bhld
ait .'t 1. n. on \lon(1hIy, w\henu th, v"arious.
reports on ti' work dti1-ingi the Ie a,t
yea" will be una(e.
Monday night there will Ie public
srv,\iccs, with 1,n address Of wvicolm.
by Mliss i illian l~Ither. andi the re
11o1 by \!!""; 1brV i I.owntlan. 1 -
dresssby i 'rof. I.. 11. Solet oIlr ml )tte".
'1'l.~ t t'i 14K r )11 wih 1 the follo w, closingt
Igwith an anthem by te uhon- an a tol
l Iet ion.
T'ut ; (day i1n r111g an1(1 aft"rnuoon will
be devoted t) but1ines6s scs..iown: t >1
t'n tday' even'Iing. 1t, S o't'lo('k, -1 p i it
inl issionary" Service l'l be hel, , :"t
oriiitg I I a papers read 1( \IIr: .. I'. e .
ler, of I'otnaria, and n rs. It. A. lol('o!
hott;gh, of ('anler"on. .\n ad1dre,s w\ill
also be inadle by the Sonthern 1L 1thern11
iisio; nary 'ie retary, It1' Il., 1
'robsti, of of tlanltr.
ahe ralroads have ranted the vsual
reletsd rates frons h ptatios to I'ro:
1 rity on acunt Of t.e e a ton oftions.
'ickets will h' on sale (leasnoher h to
It9th, in(lusiv"e, with final limit, to l>e
ober ofhth.--( )hlere.
High Grade Guano at
Edw. R. Hipp's. f&t tf
C It. tf. F(M HAD U1a10011).
Clhnese et red.
tIlo'd 'au-e1 Lilood nd Skin
Dl:--ases, K'ruiiolls, l'inples, (r'it t
Ra I mtng S'et, theerI, ('Hyaintr, i -
Pon ('hildrl n, t heumaim, ('ati rh ,
Itring 1ump .4.t ci., a s I -ili,e spe
iitse Cure founda in 11. . i. (ltnic
Wlood B.0mt,) ihe to wondenn blood
purifier o a t . ';. It, aslways
curedt even the mtost, deep n(ea:ted, pler
sI"ltent cawes, ni1ter dictt t:nd1 putent
muedli(ine h adl all failud. It. 1.. .1 I
cutres by di ing out of the blood Ilhe
1oiso11n4 1 h(11 unf111r-8 whic h C -u. aill
t 0 trouble', and a ur is lIuS t1Wido
hat IS perngyit it. t: yo taon ca4tloo(d
Il'(ISi t, oduoI 116 i u' I n t tio , o, ) tll
Culand, dileeaou ohroa n)ld Mnth,li0
10bl., cuse to so. l". . CiiAt druo9ist
$1 ier te )ihlot i sihwarge ot e
(ful.i'tment ha. Wr uaait or Free1
dreVuioon Ha13gg o ganta Ga.il
ltes tls, s a e
1l ( 7U Hhool 'Talelcts they
will sell at. 1c., 3c1, andl( 5c.
These :tU go 4O)it1)lcts for tiho
price. Wu also carry a linv
of hIettr(' gna(ls. Wc cant sup
lly the cliliren writh Lea<d
I'tYncil, Ih,te l'encils, Cray
OnII, SlpOnges', Ern-sem., Book
St rap ls, I&c.'
.o' th10-e out of School who
lve tim1e to read we ol'r at
lot iti ie I) Ook8s, ])pape r OV
er -1 :uul 5., c(1t h 'ov' 20U.,
b so11 o1' the beos, writers.
TOT 11n61 II E,1) (F T1111 HOUSE
W. enntl inlteres't t,beml inl
h1OuI:chOIl g;OO<k: in Tin and
Ag ate Ware, a lot Of useful
articles for' the kitchen.
Our l)ric( VilI stit, for' we
lia\V( buit 011, p>r'ice f'or ev'ery
h O<ly. W\T Oriiitt.c(1 this
l)l,tl ii Newht'iiy aid find it,
ll( s, I)' lIlisc i , i't'ats cve'y
TRADE ATV A" :
l. I i.\ V' I 1- I : -N (II VN I NG A N I)
ntYtrig Ntw (;louis for the patat
four week., atnl Cho ronseqtuencre is, onur
Mtor is packed ml j etl with New
I'all d aon.: r.d we ar herr to ell you
that w o nrver allow our-svlve:4 to be un
tierrt'lthl by atnyone', tpdllity of goods
CLOTHINC AND HATS.
Men'; suit s of ('lot h.fo t" *$.l0, worth
ti< : MIen 's-tuit s of ('lot.hr:; for $.:)
worl h r, l lt' Sutit- of ('lot.hrs for
0.t wt Ior ih I1 0.l :I tnys' n is( tf ('lf t ,s
ftol '.00. w 'ort P.: t: Iloys' i -, of
'ittthr:" fmr :"V 2-- and $1: ,wor thb$ .|)
I1o\"'' sui ts of t('h i s for ( (), wortth
:, In an t .id: Boys' 'n r'tts at t
'e., 0 i i ' t . a \ a l air. . ig lot of
all's -:stoat l'ants, il -;izes, at half the
ltrit"t yo(u imy for themt at. othe.r place..
ln's Ifit t, all k imds and Iatt,'st st,yles.
\\' hav them of all lints and the
S i . , 1( o tIadis' .1akots at fromt
* 5 t to $7.(')t. A\ hi;, lot, I,aites' C'apes
it froi .tlr. t'o 7.0u--l'lush, ('loth and
iW oan show one of the list and
b.argeAt Stoks of New Iress Goods in
Newherrv, oll at just alf the I'rico
y"ou piy for thetat, ol.hr stores. You
will only los: mn ey for yourself if you
don't. wee u-; (n I)ress Goods thisseason.
New Lot1, T.riInnnings, Velvets, Silks,
Iiimbroidcry, Iaves and lRibbons.
('omoe to rre lus ofteun. No trouble ior
Us; to show goodls.
c]c;Do]Lt:acl 30ro o.,
AMain Street,, Newbei ry, S. C.
ONL.Y O\I-: S'ItIN.
Served in any style
au~lu t1 ne' loostu- ein o
you cal ouri ciXustlo mysod he
fore buyi nd <Viti odstievice,'o
m \atnre, Nsom r S.
th Aoi ofMwitiy NO T~,ac o
*iot * * W'iitpastif achivnt's, butI
ahvaysCOl stivin h.ok oto mvy dorme
(Nit (LY ouC t i ll fin (t m y litortllo
briht ith untiowtiic god inJ, the linot of
luwid mhoti~t, pofiale to o ifCO
yo c as nd xaut no my isttock by
foro buyig. idTho good areat mard
ain. Streegt, Newbtorr, no mo.e
no hat, t,helBooks of Ristrat-o~n~ fnor
t Tw owbrr'y,' tC5 113 li. C., are tnyow
ope, suandl thc o' undersig ed a t pr
hoe. . ntil no inc l,e 4thfdy
Septembe COM3, D0 . 3 hclo