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NEWhFt "Y M WK>. .
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat .. ............................. 6(d6 'c.
Shoru ders .......................... Ir.
H ams.................................. 12(a 1!..
Ies, Lard .......................... 7 l(a8;.c.
Best Molasses, row crot)...... 5c.
Good 1'olasses..................... 25(415.
Corn ................................... 6Oc.
M ea! .......... ...................... 65c.
U Jay................ .................. The.
W he t liran ........................ $1.00.
1st Paten,t Flour.................. . $4.75.
2nd Best F oat.................... $4.2~>.
Strat Flour ........................ $4.00.
Good Ord inary F'lour...........$3.00( 3.50.
Sugar ................ .... ......... 0 % .
Rioe......................,............. 61% 8ve.
CofCe................................. I (I5c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.00.
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15(120c.
Eggs, per dozen .................. 124e.
Chickeus, each.................... 12j(a)20e.
Peas, per bash l....... . . 0C.
Co. n, per bhsais.................. 55e.
Oats, per bush lc.................. 35(ir 0c.
S weet potatoes .................... 40(&50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6(a) 8e.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 6(a?5c.
(O1 rON MARKItET.
(Corrc ed Semi-Weciy by J. W. ("ry & Co.)
Best Grade.................... 71
Low G rade....................... 5
Watuted at Once.
b'ive hundred hands to work on rail
road. Wages: 90 cents and 1 )ard per
day. .1. I1. Wicker.
Joseph Stockford, lIodgon, M ,
healed a sore runin for seventeun
years and outrel his piles of long stand
ing by using )cWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve. It cures all skin diseases. ICob
ertson & Gilder.
Pastor Cutu il.
Ati a meeting of the joint council of
Grace and Mt. Tta' jr churches held at
Mt. Tabor yesterday, 11ev. Walter H1.
Greevcr, of Blueticd, W. Va., was
unaninously elected Iastor.
M illions of dollars, is the value placcd
by Mrs. Mary Bird, Harrisburg, Pa.,
on the life of her child, which she
saved from croup hy the .-C of One
Minute Cough Cure. It cures all coughs,
colds and throat and lung troubles.
Robertson & Gilder.
From 50 cents upward, at Scholtz' Jew
elry Store. 3t
Patterns are sol.t strictly for cash,
and are not exrha a';eabule.
tf, S. J. Wooten.
Stop the FInte.
Use our Screen Doors and Windows.
E. I-I. LESLII:, Manager. t&ftf
A nlad i)og.
Mr. N. F. Johnson, of the Bush River
section, paid this office a pleasant visit
on Saturday. He reported that a mad
dog was playing havoc with the dogs in
the Bush River church section, having
bitten snvral dogs in that township
Thc dog bit the little son of a Mr. M il
Ier, living on Mr. Mc. Smith's lac.
Mr. Miller carried his son to Chapin o[
Friday to app)ly the mad stone. The
mad dog had not becen killed Saturday
"'If you scour the world you w ill
never lind a remedy equaLl to One Mini
ute Cough Cure." "'Eustler." 11
cu ed his family of LiaGrippe and
saves thousande from pneumonia, bron
chitis, croup and all throat and lung
trouibles. Robertson & GilIder.
One Beagle hound-white with bIaci
spots-bitch, about 18 inches high
Reasonable reward for any informatior
as to whereabouts.
It,. WV. S. Langford.
Mould idgs, Lumber, Laths anm
Shingh.a. STUART BROS.
E. H-. L'UrLIE, Manager. t&ftf
P'reachIng att IIng's Oreek.
There will be preaching at King'
Creek ohurch next Friday, Saturda;
and Sabbath by Rev. WV. B. Lindsay
One sermon on Friday, two on Saturda;
and Sabbath. Communion on Sabbath
Eat plenty, Kodol D)yspoepsia Cure wil
digest what you eat,. It cures all form
of dyspepsia and s'omaeh troubles. F
R. Gamble, Vernon, Trex., says, "It rc
lioved me from the ssart and cured m(
It is now mny everlasting friend.
Robertson & Gilder.
The "Bostonian" beats them all. Fc
sale here. S. J. Wooten.
The S,outheorn's Speeltais.
The Southern railroad company wi
run special trains over its lines ente
-- Ing ColumbIa for the occasion of ti
State Fair, on Wednesday and Thur
d ay, November the 8th and Oth. Tit
following schedule and rates will be o1
served on and by the special train.
Leave Anderson 5.30 a. m. ..$3.:
": Chappells 8.02 " ....2.
" Old Town 8.12 " ... .
" Silver Street 8.21 4 ... I.. .
" Helena 8.32 " ....1.1
" Nowberry 8 37 " ....1.1
" Prosperity 8 47 "...1
" Pomaria 9.05 " .....J
above atos include one adml
n to tAFir grounds.
HLigh Grade and ~andan
Fertilizers. Also Acid' ~
phate for small grain, at Na
berry Oil Mill, by
4t L W. F:LOYD, Pros.
VARIOUS AN) ALL AIBOUT.
See trespr.ss notice.
Cadet l'd Mittle is in the city to at
MIr. I. P. Fair spent Sunday in ti.'
city with his father.
Some of our citizens say they s
"ost yesterday morning.
11ev. J. W. iorine, of Charleston,
preached in the Lutheran church Sun
Mrs. T. P. Wise, of Plains, Ga., is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1.
Very few people are attending court.
The court room during court he.s a va
Rtev. and Mrs. W. II. Mille, of For
ton, S. C., are visiting Mr. W. A. 1I't'
mer'-i family in this city.
Nisses Fannie and Lois Martin, of
Donalds, are spending a while with
their cousin, Mrs. F. J. Russell.
Mr. W. 13. Counts, of Columbia, who
has a position in the State liapensary,
is up for a few days attending court.
Mrs. Harriett Lane and daughter.
M iss Sallie, have arrived in Newberry
from their summer home in Iende"
We have given most of our space for
the past two issues to the report of
synod and comnunications of interest
to the public.
11ev. and Mrs. M. 0. J. Kreps, of A u
gusta, Ga , came up from Synod Sun
dty and spent Sunday night with the
ed itor's family.
Mr. Jno. H. Wicker moved a40 horse
power steam boiler from Silver Street
to the Calbreath gold mine in Saluda
county last week.
The lresbyterian ministers will ar
rive today. They will b I in session
here until Friday. We welcome them
and hopc their stay in Newberry will
a pleas [it one.
Mr. L. I). Wicker, who left fu Co
Iaubia a few weeks ago to work is the
railroad shops, was up on Sunday. He
likes h is new po. itio i and is pleased
Capt. S. J. McC.ugh :'in arrived in
the city on Friday lookintg hale and
hearty. Ie will he on hand at the
State Fair and have chargeof the races.
Iie says they will have some tine races
Jas. A. MAImnaugh has added to Ws
already large force of clerks Mr. W. S.
Strother, of Saluda, Miss Lu'a Mc
Makin, of Jenkinsville. .nd Miss Bessie
Powell, of Newberry, who will
pleased to see their friends at Mim
Today will be minstrel day in New
burry as Wr nbarn's Great Southern
i irstrels arrived in town today from
Lanrens and tonight at the opera house
give one of their splendid perforn
a ices, which throughout the Nort:i
and recently in Virginia and North
Carolina have won the highest praise
from the press.
Red Hot Froi the Gun
WVas the ball that hit 0. B. Stead
mian of Newark, Michigan, in the Civil
Wvar. It caused( hoi'rible U!cers thnt
no treatment heilped for 20 years. Theni
bLickien's Arnieu Silve cured him.
Cures Cuts, Bruises, Blurns, Boils, Fel
''us, Corns, 8'in Eruptions. Best Pite
cure on earte', 2.5 eis. a box. Cuam
guaranteed. h ild by all Druggists.
The Groat Southern Minstrei's Pa, .1de.
The street parade of the Minsti'els
about, noon today will present so many
r'adical dlepartulres from the old fash
loned street p)arades given by minstrels
in formeri years that it will be almost a
continuous succession of surprises. The
time honor'ed silk hats and grey oi'
brown overcoats of the minstrels will
baeconsiculouls by their abscncei and
who ever' dreamed of a minstrel parade
wit,hout silk hats? The parade of the
"'Great Bouthern Minstr'els" will be
led by four' mounted buglers in full
stilts of gorgeouis mall armor. Two
sup)erbly uniformed bands, a line of
carriages in which wvill rilde the princl
1pal comedians and ten Zouaves will
carry silk and satt,in banners upon
'which w1i appeal' the sever'al an
'nouncement,s the management desire to
place before the public. Prof. Hotly
1 W. Rlossmeyer, late principal cornetitt
s of Gilmor'e's Band, is the Band Master
'of the company, and this fact alone
assures our cit,izens of the extreme em;
cellonce of the music that will be
heard. It is said that seldom, if ever,~
has so magnificent a street pageani
r been given by one Minstrel troupe.
Deafness Cannot he Cored
by local applications, as they cannot reacd
the di.seased portion of the ear. There is.only
one way io cure decaCness, andl that is by coni
ii tutionai r'emeidies. Deafnets is eausod b)
Son inflamned condition of thle mucous lini
of' the Ensiachian Tube. W'hen this lube pci
-inflamed you have a rumbling sound or in,
pcirtact hearing. anud when it is enirola
e co .ad dleafness io the result, and udless thi
.hidammnation can be taken out and thja tub<
iestored to its not mnal condition, hear-lng wil
e be destroyed fot ever: nine cases out of tel
au-c can .( d by e Iarrh, which ia nothing bn
an inlflmed coadie ion of tile mucous sum
WVe will give One Ilundried D)ollars for an:
0O caso or Deafness (cused by cat,arrh) that enn
)O sot be eurcu by II all 's Catarrh-i Cur. Boil'
for circulars frce. F. J CIIENEY & t >.,
T0 oledo, '0,
30 Mold by druggists. 'Thc.
10 IIail's F'ailty llis are the best
* Robertson's Tasteles:
Pleasant to take anc
quick to act. The chil
dren cry for it. Th<
dgrown folks are neve
s- satisfied until they ge
it. Only 35c. a botti<
at Robertson & Gilder'
TiE HISSIONS COURT.
roceotings f tle Sessious Couirt W':
C(ounit MIoniday Alorning-lut. i. -
tie Crianinil I .einese lieric I Ile
The (, tober term of the ses, I;S
court convened Monday mol n:0-,
Judge R. C. Watts presiding.
Solicitor Seaso and Stenogra er
Campbell was at their accusti od
places ready for business as were . e
otber oflices of the court.
Sheriff Buford had hiad the t
room thorougly and neatly cleane or
court and everything looked neat . -d
The morning session was takeni i)
mostly in organizing the court and -
tang the jurors together.
Solicitor Scase handed bills to t;:e
grand jury in the following cases:
State vs. Jeff Gallman--assatilt Ind
battery with intent to kill.
State vs. Calvin Maflett-assault :
battery with intent to kill.
State vs. Ab M ingo alias Alfred ; :n
go-resisting an ollicer.
In handing the bills to the jury I1is
Ilonor, Judge Watts. sai' as this v.ats
the third term of the court for the
year, he would not charge them rs to
their general duties, taking it for
ganted that this had I-een done at p c
vious sessions of the court. He s.id
that he would simply charge them as
to the bills handed out and if they
wanted any information during the ses
sion that he would gladly assist them.
He charged them as to the law on the
char'fe of carrying concealed weapons
and assault and I ttery with inter.t to
kill. He told them that it would take
twelve of their numb::r to agree to Iild
a true bill. Told them that. it was not
necessary to examine all witnesses
sworn to find a true bill--only enough
to satisfy themselves; but. before "nd
ing no bill, hear all the witnesses
sworn. If any violation of the law is
called to your attention, ;ook into 't.
Don't pay any attention to annonymu: s
communications. If the law is be:ng
violated in a community to an exte1", to
become obnoxious, sonic responsole
person will appear before y ou and :. e
yon the inormation. Six of your : -
ber will have I-) he drawn to serv :.
other year. If you have not ext -
the public ollices and bonds of ollic.
it is your duty to do so. Retire 11d
consider the bills.
The following er es were then
State vs. George Land ford-burgl "
State vs. Burt :iurton alias Va. r
hirton-burglary and larceny. I ad
guilty. Sentence: Hard labor for <ie,
year on the public works of the county,
or same period of time in State p
teutiary at hard lal -r.
State vs. Robert Johdson-as: a It
and battery with intent to kill.
prisoner had been tried over t .
-cars ago, a sealed sentence aw'.
iim. The sentence was by JI)
Gary and was that lie serve at I J
labor in the State penitentiary fo.- c :)e
The. grand jury returned a tru 1'1
n the case of JeIf Galman, chit d
with assault and battery with intenit :c
State vs. Jeff Gallmian--assault ea
battIry with intent, to kcill and eat
ing concealed weapons. Guilty. : ix
tence: WVeapon forfeited to State ::
the prisoner t be confined at (
labor on t"e public wvorks of the cornxt.
for three years or pay a fine oif $:150, on
to serve a like period in State pen iten
State vs. Thoes. Stevens-Larceny
State vs. Dave Feaster and Orland<
i'igner-violating dispensary lrw
State vs. Calvin Matfett--assault anx
battery wit,h intent to kill and car. y
lng concealed weapons. Guilty. Weop
on forfeited to Stat,e and to pay a fin
of $75, or to serve at hard labor onpu
lie works of county for ei ght, months
or like period in p-enitentiary.
State vs. Ab Mingo alias Albert Mini
go-rassault and battery with intent t
State vs. Jim Grummie and Adai
Sheppard-murder. Not guilty ast
Adam Sheppard, the ease of Jim Crum'
mile is now being tried.
There is very little other crimia
business for the court,. The grand jut'
will likely report, today and court wd
probably adjourin to-morrow.
In the appeal case of Magistrate .1
H-. Chappell from the Town Councilc
Newberry, tihe Judge redutced the lini
of the Mayor from $10 to $1.
Special Excursion Rtate's viai Southern
The Southern Raxilway announe(
sale of round trip tickets to AtmIni
Ga., accoanit of the Georgia Statec
which will be open from October I
to November 4th. Exceptionallyb
rate of One First Clr sF'arc, plus 50 e
Sadmission to tho Fair Grounds iil
*on sale from impor' nt stations.
,For full Information as to sehed
-apply t a any Southern Rlailway age
or J. B. HEYWARD, G.P'. A.,
H arness, We'sons, Bugg'e
Stoves and overything in 01
'hlno, AS WE WANT Tro R]
3 F. A. SOHUMPERT, As
Mlen's and B oy's Clothing and Shoe, inl at
Nearly fifty years of exp rerience for ewai
goods on A pril 15 last, fully l1 day'
it)ove goods no I at '7.). on the dol
goods at less t.ian otl'e 's had I ) p
to save mllo 'v t 1a,1 itt the On-Pei
$1.25 and ti e sane goods to a all
drop down 25e. at eaci oflfer ntil
store -.ll ctls,omr ; buy et t.e s, I
I tdies should see oar I 'aek )ress t ds
(asli tmere' , I lenriettas, I.ae' lee
tmem ithet i a 1 pleasure an( (lot
S. -Every customer trading witli
T'iIE A1,1.1AVCUCE WAIt 1)iU'S l, t11ATTri':t.
Mir. itct I itii'es to IIr. Slighi si d St tis
iIls SI(1(, of the, Qnasttism.
Mr. Editor: It might hie chaitibie to
consider Nil,. Sligh in Iiis dotage, or
subject to an attack of temporary de
mentia, andi I cot.d he charitably dis
posed, had I not oil tore thain oi;e oa
casion penetrated the mlask that dis
gtised m lit. Il is II'l.ct,io of takoing
tmaliciously false itatemtents and insi
ul-ations has b)ec01me a chronie habit.
Th1e latter I shail not, noticee, as an0y
reader will understand that they are
conjectural. As to t he fortier, I will
call attent.inn to some ui id)ished in
your issue of 20th inst. Speaking of
the resolutions adopltcd tt the lir. -I
stockholders' leetin;g he says "Mlv.
liniter handed the resoluiion to %Ir.
Keitt with the request that le have the
saite publishcd." '' TI.is s!atement is
absolutely ise and both itr. Sligh and
,l'. Hlunter know it. I took charge.(if
the resolutions as secretary, to place
them on record, but. I received no in
struction from ('haiirmntl ilunter to
publish them. While the board of ii
rectors were in session, and Mr. Sl ig I
wits not present., lie not bieing a 1ii0m1l
ber, I was authorize-d by Mr. ll1n ter,
as is usually the case, to c-ali the meet
ino of stoekholders, but nothing was
said as to the publication of the resolu
tions. At, the Subscqent meet.ing 11r.
1 Ilttiter expressed regret, that the reso
Iutions had not been published, but lie
did not say that 1 Ii ad been ii:structed
to punblish thci. M r. Sligh says: "Ie
took good care to have every shatre Of
stoek that would go hiis way represent,
Cd." Absolutely false again. I knew
before leaving 1'roslperity that the set;
tilmlelt, I may say. of indigimtion
agaitnst 1his scheme was so strong tht
work was not needed to d1efeat it. It
was too transparent. As a fact t,hcre
are t,hree stockholeers living within IA
III'es of me, whom 1 have heretofore
represented, and who would undoubt
edly have given me their proxies with
pleasure had I taken the trot-ble to at k
for them, but I did not go to the troubl:,
because I knew th-y would not be nee,
Again, "I think it will be generally
conceded that I. could have carrie.i
every point throughout the mlceting i
I did durIng the time I remained"' &c.,
"'my idea was that the seveirest rebuke
that could be given to.thle bossism of
Mr. Keitt, wats to wit,hdratw from the
meeting." Speaking of i ncons'isteniey
and absurdity, let M r. Slighi look upon
his ownl picture as5 others sawv it. Dur
lng ie time M r. Siligih remlainted no0
issue of an iy imoiiient was voted1 upton
-none that req uircd a countt. lie inso
lent,ly charged the directors and tile
stockholders with beiing bossed. The
charge wias resen:lt.ed. After he had oc
cupiiedl the 11loor a great while I olfered
Isomfe resolutionls. I diid nlot commulenit
upon them. Mr*. Sligh spoke against
them anid said the rcsolut,ions were an
insult @ him. When lhe sat, down I
-satid the vote would be takeni by 1.'. l1ot,
-In whIch I was sustained by the chair
manl as the rules r'equiredl. Mr. Sligh
-objectedl to the vote being taken ini this
way. HeI said, "There it is again,"
"Let us leave hlere and letl thiem paIss
-It.'' No sensible Cpson will for a ir n
Sment believe that ally one will bolt a
meeting when lhe t,h inks he can cont: ci
it. Mr. Slighi kniew he coultd not con
Strol this one, and he did what lie could
-to break it up. lie ran to escape de
feat. Mr. Sligh ridicules miy estim ne'i
I of his bid at about 30 11Cr cent. of the
i money exp)endedl for t,bc proprert,y. II is
1 bid was to purchase for fitty per cent.
of tihe stock Issued. After calcullat,ion
,of the data I gave t,he stockholders atL
f the last meeting, I no0w say plositively
ethat his bi(l would be0 between 35 and
40 pcir cent of the imotney expenldedl. In
conceluding, Mr. Slighi must, know that
lie expr'esses a falschood.
Hle satys: "'In conlutsionf for thb's
week, I prtonounlce It as being ab
solutely false that, I am to maiik'
m'lioney out of this transactioni. At
h-th of the stockholders' meetings
. Mr. Keitt, tried to put words i1a
C my mouth concerning this maL,etr,
and he went so far' with It that, Mr.i'
Hunter stopped hIm anti toid him that
lie wasi mirepr'esenting mel." TJi c
fact,s ai'e, I did not put1 words In I
mouth. Mi'. Hluntor did not stop me. Mr.,
Hunter did not say that, I tmisrepresente
ed Mr. Slighl. T1he only tIme I remnem
b)or Mr. Hunter making any~ remark~
exonerating Mr'. Sligh wits when I sak
that the most trotible. we had cycr' hat
was catused by Mir. Sligh replor'ting foi
r' the buIlding commit,tee, and throtigi
negligenice or bad judgment, had
,volved the company In financial d'
Sculties. Mr. Hlunter only remark.
that he did not blame him for that a
the board had adoptedl the reptort.
Now It may all bie very well for Mi
SlIgh to put on his pienitent air of in
~jured innocence and say that ho lia
I not boon noinemr1 nay lot hIs teonh1r
I'S CASH STORE
'vv c. : . o' xr
11 the iatest, style's. .Ieas1, l'iant . Drses (
,Stocings,i.~ GIloves, Corsets, "~ M.t' l'n
,led us5 that 11' ad(V..nce' In ptrites wV. ineovi
b.fore the trclds were mradle. We ar", therti
lar of w1h1t the sau' ,,ootls wooldbl c-t toI
for thlem that hatvte1". ently boll.'i (U9 -ir, 4
ee Store, where the,"e is no .lewh"i . 11. selli
e'sto iel' at,. $1.50). W will not a 4 .:.1) ft
we eo.r'e dtowi to .'10 as-, others oh. We v
, the Silk Ml ohair 1 ilon i - illia" 'mu s. , i
n Su't't in alil-1t ,-t a WV L t ,i's a th .t ht
a lult. - to show ",w) . A 1"1h- wtt-', tdet'i
'Si ci, bt iIiP11( 111 tS I t i
us will receiVt' a 1 Cl' ic t iet. I t hi
md that lie will not itacept one cent as
iy, or as it present. Th'f ere' is no diibt
hat I unde stood hi mat. the Iirst mitett.- 't
;i ito say that he eenl1 iui(ie tdwo 1l-in
iredl dollu's by the trau1sa1tion. WVhen
lput te i aitter' in the lighit. of it bribe ,
e llisclat inedt havli'n I been ftlered1 any- (,
hingr, bt,t airmed( muost, positively 'e
lhat he believed that, hle could makeike
two h nnited dollars out. of it. I nle(- he
-epted his a n dmi ent, anid told him t"ii
hat, he had some rteas i for h lievint it. a n
At. the s'econd1 meeting hte begatn by
lyingr t.hat" he had been suslepeted1 of It
purpose to make money out of the . ur
'has.e . In i rept lying, I told him tha: his S
wni declarations just itied1 the susl cot l. mina
Mr. slighi does not atteitnpI to j;; 'fy t
Seven pailiate his ool.et in t i " i aty
to m-cha"e a umjority or the stoe . For thi
IL party wcho isc not aL itembter of t: e
Alli,e:e when the pin of o i.i l Ilt
1listinetly sat.aes 1hat,. i 'ino c st a i
Stock he t.rlaisferrdl(1 t'I parties not nlt'
membIn ers of the Alliance. i is appeal J(I'.
to the p)eo1ple to believe his fait:e .' at.e.
ment,s heeanse he hats p)reatchedl to a tak
cotgregation lthil't.y-foul years 11m:y tak
be neceplte:l by them as they pl1e:1se .\'
'his appeal has become at wrn out .aLle
I honor the miniistry and ministers wOIiIt '
do not dishonor th eir" cnlling 1h1to i-a of t
this miatter' Mr. 5)igh me=t stand 1: ion itet
hit own merits. tin' t tilh tli ste he 'i - 1
I i iatedl. . s. l.. lei 1''. Iper
tctober :. ;;, 18t o'.
PaIK. instle. (.i
llv .G .Sehet"er was forn Ily tlat
'unday niigh t iev.. uIdnItd Wi'ta ee
inobaled i pasi tor of'~ the ~.5i Iii itl ; eI' i lis
iI yiof h h ardt .'s, prel 1 the or i l ; " n h is
- o 1a. n d a large . - ( attentive on- I (Iirl
iregation attendled tht serv ices. pil
NI k, Cia eBedetiitiAi
A lit utIfut MRi i -..u C'ircmonl .
ti hlIe tie t ' i 111d1s.
Oni last ednesd a ening the home
of Capltatin ani . s II. . .olk, w S
filled with at briilliant array of fri cis
andt relatives to wvitnes the nupltiasii t" "
Netwcrry's lovely thttughLt, M oisslE
la ilie 13'. Folk and :'r. S. W. Derrick, MO
of Lexington ont i?y, Who wsere3 tht
unite in holy wedlel-- by the etl . A. a
J1. Bowers. l)Il
The bride and th- .ridesmaids \entione
robed in white organdies, ril .m auin sh(
Ther weritn o)te fo'Aur cous ais flow:
Ar. S.Derrick ass A attie S.
Sloan, Mrouu. 1.an ill s Viol
Cdingtope a served......2t
Thlsda A--i.t and hors.l N.oW. D.
8iek adcompaInied toyI frieni lfto
Clafres a safL'e. and h ppy Nv.yag
to ath es10 tIIo,11 th e dto FIr8h.
Forth occsion ofe th Staeai. a
a tikop atwhere o ran mentioned obe-o
lw1 for( heond trl1Wi, itcuin.n
ad iio to theFai Guno'
Miss I3 Css Ris. "
aNde em aesry......... the t
tCene...... co........ Ex
prices is alasanc
Eth an 9h, imitedtolit.h. C
Cl PaccsI H--llet Lto bend Nv . -ohrts
otl t :Z, T1riinttiltj.g', I,aee: I.:ni,bruidi
able, anti we eontratetd fo' thec":4"
fore, ill at posit ion to olltr t he 1.abov'.
L\, and wO' en:nt sell youi the abo,vt",
ootin ill N'w Y l'k: .o if' yotl w'ant
Io oile itt'''toItlu'r ;1. t 1 , allot her1
h" o. )V's Suilt. of clol.hcs ald then!1
ll not allow any skil ime ilu our1- 1
i liancu'itys', Brtoc':des, AI!'acas.
t't 1tr",lut, ions of I''trci;,n loomts. ,
at.' fromt is: tolitc atttlt mull to all, at
' I I W Itch S. u s to 1:4I1 ll n ,.
n ,utin Ie I'l;htl.
(Special to (Grc'nville News.)
. lunii.:S ( ., (h-t. "1. Shipplin;
"-k .othn I;lackk tc<day fal%t,out, at card
vi n.1 to O:.+' s cllar1;.s. I l hc'i'e,.
sasthat hel has beecn cnocel-d
the di:1 t"oispe a V sih,'e , y Ia
that no unc' cvc"r , Mom114 ia bl ;I h
exc'1pt ( )Ot.t. who h as ilwa ts cli"
ti i i . Ill
hc,t I)ou:thit wtas elct;tdt commtlis
ei'r, t)uz!S, M1r. 1laek sayr, wt"" : a,
r I-amven as hte wanted to be as hek
1 thought that, e liw- ouI have a
lie It at nec start(td to Ill It h' % 11w1l
f1,1 1iith as:on tuo g
bIt-k," .\b' . I ila"ck : -ay "anol tcIhi
if I c'vetr ttaug,ht him livalinlg. fruom
a,tain I thaL. I woccul bltctw hi-; heal
r. lilack l m1a11its t1ott. l natdb- tmi
L'S and showt"s that ( <>it" ad nuul : I
es al1ISO by ;,?VIr"al allidavits fr'omt
bh am1 oIthIes. '"''htre is novw
:ld op in ()u t:'s des:-k ait, tie dis
Iary," te :ays. "tt w llt.v-1 nt. ho!,t i,4 i
Sh i key1." Ilc ras:y' t.hat < i a vis
I 'tItl' II tlcv ntcII4 Ia= 1'tt ittt
insinItutes that they paid hi: ex
IV ,-ys Lthat. ':Youtui is an tnrphan
worl:itg hard to support, his moth
and au:nI't"md in cuonclu.it n oe
'es thlat. ( )hita was turlnedc out, for
:konesty amd v"iolating or,lc'rs --ancl
opinion of himt is that he is a thi-f,
u(drel and liar." IlIi is savter in
1an1glage agailist, Ouits and 5ay:l he
not wtant to let, go the jOb) of ship
g etrk, insinuating he mnadc mtom-cy
of i t.
Ntewtt i-at from iilfoxtld.
1r. .1. W. Derrick will SOOn llbeg
Iding at new a11 handoie rt'idence
the sam110 site wirl (11 Ol hou0se
Itn Which was 1ur"ned about two
lithtS ago. I'he Shockley ih-o-. iav
contrlael. .\1r. Melc llic; Sli lh will
t ,he framing on Al -. I )eirick's
lIiss Minnie Iiiley, of Sahnda, Paid a
oiunday~ l(1th ist. wasLL kniownt as5 "mis(
in, eto., by 1\lm55 " Sf ht,he yolunLg
>1lt, Iev. W. . Wait, prehed a
end id siermon(1l 4)1 m4(issin. 'ITh is waLs
lowedl by anI intere0st inIg (and toneh01
talk by Mr-s. Wait, 411 the11 \Voman's
55 ionI wor-k. Inthe ai 0fterno 1:0 I4leV.
(C. William121 lwIenched1'( anl -eel lent,
mo101. Th'ie Il'Ootracted se vicesV311 (. closed
Mocndlay withI two excellent, SermIlonIs
t.he lIev'. WV. l. Wait.
Mr I. MarlLVin Whiitaker' had the mhis
.1ree1 his foot., from wic h, hIoweLver,
has fortlI,uatel r'ecovered.
T'he enrollment101, at, l1(art1ford schlool
S reached101 twent4.y-t,wo.
Some) o4(f tIle 1lLrtftord14011 leopl hve
enl at,t en d ig thJ e1 f,u I,h era 11 Sy nod at,
. Lukes. [I I .MI.:'l.
)ct oberI 21, 1899.*
l.Al iNs UM~ A .I,POX UA.'ie.
Feroml th IlupHm4lrvisorI.
(The St.e., 22nd.)
Some0 day3s aIgo Governor' McSweeneoy
ceived aI report,~ of t,he ex ist.ence oIf
11411lpox ini the county 0041Viet camp1 1 inl
44urenfs count,y. Ile r'eferreed the com1
iiint, the coun ty su pervinor- and yest,er
Ly received1 the following from that4
Laurens11, S. (. Oc(lt. 20t,h, 189~.9,
Iv. M. 11. McSweeney.
Dear4 Sir-: Yoturs (If 181,h to hand
.iiIng mny a41ten1tion to complain41 t, of
1 4. MooreI' il n e ferencol to our loln
e.s1 lin g smallpo Jin camp, JI which
14 faet; but,, int the lirt,t place, we 1bad(
Irm ission to camp1 there0-4, and( the
1 al Ilpox got, 114.4) camp1 by 41ne be0in g
nOt, to 1.ho0 camp4 fr-om a is44 5tt's
mr it, and4( as the camp1is some 010 Ior01
miles0. frotm mei, 1 did( not kntow that
IIre wats any13 smallpox1 jin Ithe L0camp,
it as soon as I foutnd it out I 'phIon)ed
Mr. Driumnonet,s, who is 0n0 (of th1e(
4)un1t.y Commissioner's, and4( lives 11ear
> where tbo camp11 wI.S, t.o mJove the
.np to a4 sntf distanco0 from 1any per)
>o's8 house; and1( 1 have done4 al1l that I
.4n i 1)prevenIt 1ts spread, and( wvIl ICOn
1nu1( to do4 al11 tha1t, lies in miy pIower,
10oping that the above wil1.1 be satis
('Lory. I amn your1ts truly, .
IR. I*. AIIAIILt,
Super-visor Laurens1I JO Cout,y.
LI4Ll'~ItSO)N AR I l IIYEi
watrned not, to hulnt , ish or 4.respas4
ni anyl manner11 (In the Ilan of the unl
lor'signe-d, The la4w wIll be str'ictly (.n
orced0( againsbt 1al1 violators of 41 hIn 110
W. Y. l"Allt.
.:lt. D. L r in 4Lv/. S ONS.
200 Pretty New
P OTtJ?E FRAMES
IHavo just received and acdlod to
,ur" lreIady lar1"ge an( variedl stock of
rine11s two Iun(d:ed noro protty now
y 1's of pict no framer(. When in
w d1"c of i franmo call at our gallory.
S Naso sal
h icals, Photo
ISed 1b A iltude4ur I'IotographtILers.
\l;in Stroot , N('wheIrry', S. C'.13
Parks Dry Ruast
s scientifically tested
_incl blended to obtain
.hat lifli'ormity in taste
30 much desired by all
who apnreciate first
We have them in
three grades, none of
which can be sur
passed in quality.
SI) Tim Java ha.Best, '75 c1
311 Tins Java-dicha, But, $1.00
Ji1 PKs No 6, 25'cis Package.
We also have full line
of Park's unmatchable
ground Spices. Give
them a trial.
Tb Racket Stor
I as 7Oto 1l' ( T'8*abVlets tlejy
will " sl at .l., : , andcl 5c.
'TI'e are, god) aIlts for the
price. WO als caLrry) at lino
o (' i "r1 acles. ( o cn1) sc(p.
ply tchi iren with Load
Plncil -, Slac' I ncOils, (cray
)oens, Spngs EC'8 iiitras ero
To t( hoi(s . oT4n If s c who
er -1( :NI 5L ., clot-1II Ih icoverI 2)0 c.,I)
housrehohlgos Itihnk in and n
AIt e r, a~1101 lotI'I V o f useful1)13( a
hondy. tL.Weo worigna e this
pl P3-4 tan in her n ind I itt:1
Ju nst, ersncte resen
Aonis balar LIN 01arad1 x
pRENDe. St.rIght n-blemr e,
t, d ailoliwrd Scollzte,a