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Knights of Pythias,
casi>tlo .E3[a 11,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
1 T A' T 1) CGNVENTION. OF
S this ILdge will bo held thit 2ndtt
and 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 7.30. Visiting Knights cordially
welcomed. '110. ,,. EP'I NO,
K. of it. and S.
Crjtwell Hotel Building.
1'or" l aster I)yes, call at the ItCeder
Phmauinttcy. All hinds and colors at, the
lowest prices. t&f 2t
Read MI imnaugh's atdvertisemoert and
comparC our prices. M imn i ungh. 2t
Cart load Tennessee Wagons just re
ceived, Newberry Hardware Co. t&f-tf
The best Pecan Now Orleans Mo.
. lassos at 25o. C. J. Purcell & Co. tf
A beer itepnls t Istry.
the State I)ispensary )irectors at
their meeting last week decided to
grant the city of Newberry a beer dis
pensary. We suppose that the county
board will elect a beer dispenser at an a
'' early date and the business started up.
New lot of New England ,Watches, t
:ust in. Come in and see us. I f
t tf Daniels & Co.
The best Richmond Meal, for 5ic.
ttf tf C. J. Purcell & Co. c
Demnocratic Executive Conulnittee.
.1Tho Democratic Executive Commit
ytee of Newberry County will meet at
Newberry on Satur(day, April 11th, at
1 in. W. ). HA'RDY,
Newberry, S. C., April 4, 1900.
We have a fow cars of White and
Mixed Corn left. We are selling at
0. por bu. Come quick.
tA f If C. J. Purcell & Co.
One ge d second hand ladies wheel
' < at Shunil :rt's for $10. t.cf 3t
Tie New noard.
The following is the persons r: cm
mended by the county delegation for
the County loard of Control, whose
appointment is expected every day:
J. A. Senn, John lt Scurry and W. P.
Harmon. Mr. Senn is i meiber of the
New line of Umbrellas and Parasoles
just opened at M itr.naugh's. 2t
The best second patent flour <11
earth f.r $3.99.
t&f tf C. J. Purcell & Co.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
As a suggestion-i-a warm overcoat for
the cold weather, at Jam1ieson's. tf
Slices Bought of Copeland Bros.
Shined Free. t it
Tho Confederate Reunion.
On account of the annual reution of
Confederate Veterans at Louisville,
Ky., M-ay 30th to June 3d, the South
cr'n road has announced the following
low rate: $11.10 for the round trip.
Tickets on sale May 27th, 28th and 29th,
lImited to June (th, via Atlanta or
Now Is the opportunity to clothe
bqth legs for the price you'd generally
paLy for one leg In pants at
Pulley BalIts at 253 50), 75, and1( $1. at
Wootens. - tf
The shuttle and~c H1 audio Factory.
A Mr. Sullivan, representing the
Sullivan Hardware Company, of An
der-son, was In the city on Saturday and
sold 63,000 worth of machinery to the
Shuttle and Handle Company. The
Bite for t,he factory has not yet been
located, but the charter has been re
-ceived, the machinery ordered and
they will be ready for work in a few
'lhne Appetite of a (oat
Is en vIed by all poor dyspeptlecs whose
Stomach and( Liver are out of ordler.
All such shoui I know that.*.Dr. King's
NewV Life Pills, the wondlerful Stomachu
and Liver Remedy gives a splendid
appetite, sound digestion anid a regular
bodily habit that insures perfect health
aend great energy. Only 25 cents at all
The prices are broken, the fence is
let down at Mhlnnaugh's. 2t
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Newberry Warehouise Comnpany will be
held at their ohlco over' Summer Bruos.
store on the 19th day of A pril, 1903.
t2t CHIARIEs E. SUMMn, Sec.
If you want, to buy the best shoe
made for gentlemen call for the Lilly
Bracket Shoe. .Jamieson.,
JIamleson has just returned from the
Northern markets where he purchased
the largest stock of Clothing, Shoes,
Hlats and Furnlshing Goods br'ought to
t,his market, and he Is nlow in a posi1
tion to better' sup1ply your wants. than
ever before. When you need anything
in his line call on him. f tf
Merry Makers' Carnival Augusta.
On account of Merry Makers' CarnI
val at Augusta, A pril 23d to 28th, 1900,
Trhe Charlost,on and Western Carolina
Railway wvill sell tickets from all sta
tIons at one fare for the round trip.
Tiekets w:ll he on sale A pril 21st,
22nd, 23d, anti 24th, with final return
limit A prIl 30th, 1900.
The occasion thIs year promises to
surpass all former elforts. Fu cc amuse
ments, and performances on Broad
street every day during the week.
We have just received a lot, of coL
ored shit.s from Wilson Bro's of
r naetnattns. Jamieson.
VAtiOUS AN ID ALL AI;0Jt.
)on't mniss the game tomorrow.
The past few days we have had nitc
Itead Alimnaugh's grand Easter of
rerintg on the lirst page.
The Rled Men are with us today. We
l e glad to have them.
Hion. C. I.. lIlease is spending a few
lays in Columbia this week.
Mr. Julius lioozer left on Monday foi
Jolumbitt to spend a rew days.
Come out tomorrow and see Alder
nan Cabanuiss knock a home run.
lRev. C. 1'. lliooer, of Etheridge,
-. C., was in the city yesterday.
A dmission to the ball game tomorrow
5 cents for adults, 10 cents for chil
The Lord's Supper will be admin
stcred at. the Lutheran Church next
Col. Ellison S. Keitt, of the county,
vas in town Monday shaking hands
vith his friends.
Miss Tilla Glenn, who has been
eaching in the lower part, of the county
ame up yesterday.
Read the tnttouncement,f 'The New
erry Hardware Company in another
olumn. They are out for business.
Tie distinguished ball players f:r
onorrow's game are having their u:
orms made. Some of t.hem will be
As will be seen from our Columb'
orrespondence, the Governor has apa
)ointed magistrates for No :3 and N .
Efforts are being made to organize a
>aseball association in town. The boys
mist have some sport this summer, ,o
telp them out
A banquet will be tendered the -
ting Red Men in Klettner's 'hall
tight by Iliergell Tribe, of this city.
1. II. Hunt, slg., left, yesterday f.w
recenville to sp"nld a while with h
mcle. Col 1. P. Hunt, who is in bad
It has h.!ee' -ug-gestrd that in the ball
aute toimorr)w that the uniforms
he "fat.," he a bloue. and that of t::
'leans" ih .
If youl attnll d ih( hall ramtne tomtlorrow
ou will be assistin,g Newherry College
o get a much needed inst.rument, be
ides you will have a good time.
Tne game of ball Friday between the
P'atlestine andL Helena nines, the small
)oys, resulted in a victory for the for
ner by a score of 13 to 10.
A little innocent wanted to know bow
some of the largest players in the ball
ame tomorrow will know when they
tre on t.he bases--''they can't see them.'
Some of the notable f atures of to'
morrow's ball game will be some of the
200 pound players making a "slide un.
ler" to make their bases. Don't misi
The "betwixts and betweens" will
challenge the' "fats" or the "leans,'
whichever is successful for a second
game at an early date. There is more
The date of the meeting of the Cen
tral Luther Le~aguc, owing.to a conflic1
in time with the meeting of the. New
berry Conference, has been pos poned
one week, to Saturday, may 5th.
Mr. J. H. M. Kinard of The Observei
went over to Augusta Saturday and
was accomplanied home by his (daugh
ter, Mrs. E. S. McNeill, who will speht
a few weeks in Newberry.
Magistrat.e Chappell has again swoop
ed down on the vagrants. He seni
two down to the county chain gang
yesterday morning. We hope he wil
keep up the good work, which he wuil
do wit,h a little assistance from the cit3
Ser'vices every afternoon this weed
at 4:30 o'clock at the Lutheran Churel
except Wednesday afternoon. Inste-u
of Wednesday afternoon the service
will be held at 8 o'clock In the evenin-y
Services also Friday morning at I
o'clock. T1he public is invited.
An interesting meeting is in progre.
at the Johnstone Street Method1is
church this week. Services each aft r
noon at 4 o'clock for ladies only and:
8 o'clock for men only, The pastor
being assisted by visiting brethre,
Public urgent.ly requtested to attern'.
Dr. E. E. Platt, now wit,h Reed
Pharmacy, comes from Abboville..
Platt worked in Charleston for quit
awhile, and lhe comes well recei
mended, not only as a true, honest n
u pright gentleman, but as aPharmaci
and lie takes charge of the prescriptio
dlepartment of the Reader Pharmmi.i
where he will servo you most aeocur,tc'l
andl politely. He is a regularly licetia
piharmnacist and is an adept handi'n
drugs. He is a pleasant and courteot
Christian gentleman, and is calculat.e
to make friends here in his new homr
where he is welcomed as a citizen an
Celery Stands, Butter Dishes, -
Cake Plates, Syrup Pitchers,
Sugar Dishes, Spoon Holder
Cream Pitchers, Fruit Stands,
WVaiters, Knives, Forks,
Tea and Table Spoons,
Sugar Spoons, Butter Knives,
Gravy Lad les, Soup Ladies, &<
made in quadrop'o plate OWLY. E
also have a new lot of Sterling Silva
Tea Spoons and a oew Seth Thorn
Clocks 1eft which MusTr go.
DANIkELS & Co.
If you neced any columns, baltustors
turned wvork got our prices before y
buy. We will save you money. Sat
faction guaranteed. STUART BROS.
Ta. T. LAr.STTrE Mannae t.Af tf.
A snoorTiNO SetAP,
Two Voung sed itachMane Setetat shoti
on the Ati1 'thotughfare of Our
Cfay--An itoebut Passer
by Shot in the Foot.
The ringing out of several pistol (
shots on the main street of our city i
Saturday night at about 8 30 o'clock
caused great, excitement among ou" d
people, many of whom rushed to the e
scene to investigate the trouble.
2.i.. James A. Bradley and Mr. J. A. r
Cook, two prominent young men of the
city, got into a dispute which resulted :
in a blow and finally the discharging of 7
their pistols at each other. Six or e
eight shots were fired.
They were standing in front of ard j
near Mr. S. B. Jones's Store, and sev
eral of the bullets are :mbedded in the i
walls thereabout, as some wild shoot- t
ing was done, and neither of the con- o
Mr. Lawson B. Kibler happened to r
be passing just at the time the shoot- s
ing began, and one of the balls struck d
him in the foot. The ball entered the t
side of h is foot and seemed to range up.
The doctors have not been able to lo. a
cate the ball as yet. Several of the b
small bones in the foot are shattered,
and the wound will give Mr. Kibler t
considerable trouble and may make him
a cripple for life. His many friends 1
hope, however, that in a few days he I
will e;itirely recover from the wound
and be as sound as ever. In the hands t
of Drs. J. M. Kibler and W. G. Houseal
he will want for no attention in the v
It is simply miraculous that, in the g
crowded condition of the streets at the
time, several persons were not killed.
The young men were before Mayor
Mayer yesterday morning and plead I
guilty to drawing a weapon with intent
to injure another. They were fined
$75 each or 30 days on the streets.
3oth of the young men have given 8
notice of appeal to the Circuit Court, on
the grounds that the fine imposs, was
excessive. C. L. Blaase, Esq., will
represent Mr. Bradley, and F. H. Domi. (
nick, Esq., Mr. Cook.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and 1
Saturday, four big Bargain days at
Call for the Messenger Shoe for
boys. Jamieson. '
Lilly Bracketts & Co.'s Fine Shoes
for Alen in all the latest toes and lasts
just' received at Jamieson's.
Saturday Night's Fire Alarm.
The alarm of fire was sounded Satur
day night about 8 o'clock, to which the
fire department responded promptly,
but the flames were extinguished with
out the department throwing water.
The cause of the fire was a defective
few in the roof of the house of Mr. Cally
McWbirter at the lower end of Main
street. The damage was very light, as
the flames gained little or no headway
before they were extinguised.
Zeigler Bro's Shoes for ladies re
the best made. Jamieson.
Mr. McWhlraer Hurt.
Saturday night when the fire alarm
was sounded, Mr. Cally McWhirter,
whose house was on fire, was raised by
means of a plank to the roof of the house
and having no support on the steep
roof, lie slipped and fell to the ground,
a distance of seveyral.feet. He was con
siderably bruised; but his many friends
will be glad to know that he wag not,
Old goods don't suit our customers
or make new-ones. That's why we put
"a good-by price" on all goods before
the season cldses at Jamieson's. tf
Call for the Messenger Shoes for
boys they are the best made,.
Dr. Blomar to Speak on Missions.
-Dr. E. E. Bom'ar, assistant secretary
of the Foreign Mission Board of the
Southern Baptist Convention, will de
liver an address in the First Baptist
church Wednesday evening, April 11,
- at 8 o'clock. Public cordially invited.
,On Th ursday morning atl0:30 Dr. Be
a mar will address the ladies on mission
.work, and not only are all the ladies of
the community invited to attend this
a. ervice, but the public at la?ge,
We are still selling the best patent
- flour on earth for $4.85.
I taf tf C. J. Purcell & Co,
a The entire store is one big bargain
counter at this time. It will pay you
to buy a suit or an overcoat now to lay
"aside for next season at 'Jamieeons. Uf
Big and little boys are ecjually fisted
s~ out here, from the toddler ust aspiring
to "pants" to the long trousered youth
on the ragged edge of manhood, every
e thing from hats to shoes.
d tf At JRinieson's.
Spring Jotting. frons the "Up-to-D*te.' .
h Spring time is here and house clean
Sing with it. Send.us your- lace dur
tains to l aundry. We make them look
We laundry white counterpanes for'
N, 15i. each, and they look just like new.
Pillow shams shine like jewels when
we laundry them. Try us and see.
We guarantee our work. Satisfaction
or no cost.
Your "Up-to-Date" -
., t&f 3t Steam Laufidry,
is At the home of the brides father Mr.
D. I. Long, by Rev. A. 13. Beak, Mr.
Jacob F. Boland and Miss Ella V.
L- ng, both of Newberry County.
Married on1 Sunday, March 25, 1900,
Or by Dlagistrate Larkin Rice at his resi
u.- dence, Mr. Jno. Franklin of Newberty
and Miss Lula Leopard of Saluda.
THE FATS AND LEANS.
A GAMfE O1 HALL IY STOUT AND TALL
rhe Prominent Business Men of the city to
1'lay og the College Ground* To."uotrow
Afternodn --- The Proooeds to
Help on a Good Catise-Itoad the
List of Playefs--All fust
neas Houses to
Columbia is to have her Society Circus,
Augusta her Merry Makers' Week, and
5partanburg her Mayors' Convention, but
Newberry is never behind when it comes
This time it % ill be a game of base
ballo n the college diamond tomorrow
ifternoon, tt 4 o'clock, by players se
lected from the business and professional
men of the city-the fats and leans, or
;touts and slims.
This will give mote autusement to the
public than anything that could be
Ihought of, and the prominence of the
players will make the game the more in
All the stores and business houses of
Lhe city will be closed, so as to give
everybody a chance to see the game, as
the list below will show.
A small admission fee will be charged,
he proceeds to go towards buying a tele
icope for Newberry College, and this
lhould be another inducement for every
body to come out and help on this good
The following is a list of the players
md the way they will line up when the
ame is called. Everybody whose name
s mentioned below will play at some
ime during the game.
The game will be called at 4 o'clock
Lnd the players are all requested to meet
it the college at 3:3o o'clock to put on
heir uniforms and march to the grounds.
The following is a list of the players
mud all will be in unifoim:
J. Purcell, P. R. D. Smith
S. J. McCaughrin, C. W. C. Tyree,
[ohu M. Kinard, 1st b. W. K. Sliah,
It. Cahaniss, 2ud b. W. G. louscal,
W. J. Merchant 3d b. Z. V. Wright.
F. A. Blackwelder, r, s. s G. II. Cromer
D. .. Copeland, 1. s. s. I,. W. Jones,
t;dw. R. Hipp, 1 . M .Serin
. T. Brown c. f. I. It. Dominick,
R.J. Miller, r. f. J. 11. Wicker,
C. W. Bishop, sub. 1. f. sub. R. N. Welch,
3' McR. Holmes " . s. W. C. Schenck,
M. h. nuford, " c. f. A. J. Cook,
Prank Baxter, and b J. J. I,aue,
Bartow Cope?and, "r. f. W. ,. liwa
lames Dunbar, C. Theo Jomstone.
D. E. Sumner, ist b. " lid. Seholtz
It. Cavenaugh Henry Kiuvrd,
eo. S. Mower, Umpire, Wiakel right.
The above subject to change at any
Limne before or dui;ng the game.
The price of admission will be 25 cents
for adulto and io cents for children.
STORS TO C ..OS Wg.
We, the undersigned merchants, bank
ers, and business men of the town of
Newberry, having learned that there is t
be a game of baseball between the "fats'
and "slim,s" of Newberry on the college
baseball grounds, for the benefit of a fund
with which to purchase a telescope fo
Newberry College, do severally agree to
halfpastthre oloc until te shoid
Ge. . Moer,s Umpoire, 0 Hayst,rgt
The bovnera subjec Sou haer atran
ine befoinry o., T'n he gmer.,
foraadultohntoo cents for Rhildre.
3.WeW, .ude C.ne Willants, bn
er S. ain uiress 1)en A. thenton & o.
TNewberry, & o. havig arndda,tee st
0e a. gamesof, bas oa s betee thooer"at
a.n. "lims"& o., Newberry th e Co.g
N.W ewberCog, do.1~ seerlagree t
geore schalrae been finishet,
M. . MSpan & ilsno.,o.
Cont K. Giert, N.YRakttoe
MoT.IucoJ. A. Renwick
W. W. Westa, .0BIop
R.ser MWest, ThCo., C.
Va. W.Wit, C .MWitr
H.dw. R.ightpr, Wn.ohs,
C. 3. Purcing & Co., K .MCry
R. . Wooten, . ,Dens
D.. JAm ie, thOcie,woa
hJ. W.beendery uy sjstmkn o
O.hthnon,c n prtinhr
hBving iet. utrtre rmL
bs now WethebsqipdOtc
Varlormithe tt tnti h ot
C.v.ePrbody & C.,l vi hesle
Dr. eekr wil rmai hereayet o
Congessmn StkesDanes suCcee.,
j~lcng ina ce scerip Batk, s
Newberry Colle e d wer mano.,c
in Newbrry wil be Wgllamt, e
of the 2nd D.A. re ien ingsthe &SCo.
wish markedsCpeand wilrov
mos accptable Natna orthnk,it
to whih he hs Ths a.pointed.r,
wil b clle tWsnewterr adte.
The Mal. Le. L. olreein,
Millr inhi.mitaion of hea ol i
Southern darkey his chrctrp, e
idets o slaerytmes Sithe out
* certinly eerybod has Mcher,f
hear hm. HeW.b Jhnextan,
on thenightof th D.t insat.
Mir. A. Bclake, th Oute hghal
Ophtolomer an optinhelecore
havingt.in jst eurned himinomi te
Ti tED MEN WITe US,
he treat Council of the Improved Order
of lted Men In session "Or*-Being
Pleasantly Entertaiued by
The Great Council of the Improved
)rder of Red Men of South Carolina is
a session in this city.
The delegates began to arrive yoster
ay, and early in the afternoon our
treets were lined with visitors
rearing as a distinguished badge the
ed, white and blue.
The afternoon was spent by the
members of the committees of the local
'ribe riding and walking, taking in the
ights of the city with the visiting
rethreu, all of whom seemed to be en
Dying their visit to Newberry.
The Great Council was called to order
u the Masonio and Pythian hall, by
he great Sachem, John H. Steenken,
f Charleston, this morning at 9 o'clock.
All the delegates have not yet ar
ived. Several more from different
ections of the State are expected to
.ay, and the meeting promises to be
he largest ever held.
The following is a list of those who
,rrived yesterday, all of whom are
eing entertained at "The Newberry":
J. Frank Pate, B. C. Wallace-Sum
or, S. C.
R. A. Williams, E. C. Steinmeyer,
V. M. Fitch, John H. Steenken-Char
ston, S. C.
J. M. Bowden, J. C. Ragan-Spar
anburg, S. C.
J. L. Martin, A. P. Arthur-Warren
ille, S. C.
M. C. Cook, J. W. Bearly-Warren,
J. H. Sammons, E. P. Hill, Frank
lurgess, J. O. Doggett-Piedmont, S.C.
W. Hamer Lang, Bob Pelzer, D. S.
rgle-Pelzer, S. C.
W. M. Wilkes, Pacolet, S. C.
F. C. Gaynor, Cowpens, S. C.
Chas. Oxendne, E. F. Bearham
ipartanburg, S. C.
Walter Cameron-Augusta Ga.
L. A. H1ughes-Clinton, S. C.
Tonight the delegates to the Grand
Jouncil and a few invited friends will
e banquetted by the lurgell Tribe, in
heir ball over Klettner's store, and it
vill be one of the nicest affairs that has
ver been attended in this city.
We welcome the Red Men to New
erry and hope that their stay with us
rill be such a pleasant one' that they
rill come again.
If you care to exchange $12.98 worth
f Legal Tender for $17 00 worth of
vercoat you can have the chance to
o so at Jatnieson's. tf
An Egg Hunt.
The Epworth League will give an
gg hunt at the residence of Mrs. Y. J.
ope on next Saturday morning at 10
'clock. Admission 5 cents.
We have about Fifty Thousand
ounds of Bawon. We are selling
it Ol. C. J. Purcell & Co. tat tf
An Esster Egg Hu t.
The Children's Missionary Society
f tbe Church of the Redeemer will
rive an Easter Egg Hunt at the resl
lence of Mrs. J. L. Dominick on next
ifonday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Ad
nission 6 cents.
Just received a nice line of pretty
3elt Buckles and Rings at Eduard
icholtz's Jewelry Store. t&f 3t
Clip the Cormer.
We are requested to ask those who
re selling tickets and these who have
ilready bought tickets for children to
he gam~e of . base ball tomorrow to
lease iclip t4ie corner of the child's
icket so that they can be distinguished
rom the others.
Mouldidge, Lumber, Laths and
Thin glee. "- STUART BROS.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ttf
Services are b4ing held in the Church
>f the Redeemer this week preparatory
to Easter. The pastor conducted the
serv ices yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock. This afternoon at the same
hour Dr. Armstrong will preach; to
morrow evening at 8 o'clock, Rev. A. J.
Bowers will congluct the service; Thura
day afternoon at 4 o'clock Rev. W. K.
Sligh will preach, and on Friday at 11.
o'clock the pastor. The public is ins
vited to these meetings.
If you need columns, balusters or any
turned work, get our prices before buy
ing. We will save you money. Satis
faction guaranteed. STUA RT BROS.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&f t.
Camne Near Doing a Fire.
Saturday night about nine o'clock a
lamp fell from a scantling where it had
been customary to hang It in the collar
of TV. E. Epting & Co.'s store and struck
the ground floor where a lot of hay had
been stored. In a few seconds tlle oil
was running all over the floor ignitting
the hay and it looked as if it would be
a serious fire. Mr.- Epting, with his
presence of mind, and the assistance of
a few by-standers, went to work and
put out the flames without sounding the
alarm. The staple which had been
fastened into the scantling had pulle4
out or broken, letting the lamp fall,
which was a large one, holding nearly
a gallon of oil. It was a narrow escape
from a serious fire.
An Exceptuon to the Rul.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want it.
STUA RT Buos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. taftf
Purcell has, the brain and nerve
He bought early and bought cheap
and nAtd nash for hisunaA tafet
ICLECTION AT I'IROMI'EiRI rY.
Quiet Electton in Town-Mr. Iowers .oRee
a Thuub-Oucd Show Last Night.
The regular antutl election for in
tendant and Wardens came olf at I'ros
perity yesterday-Monday. Only one
ticket was in nomination and it was
animously elected. It is copsu
of Dr. G. Y.'Ilunter, Intendant; Mncer,s.
A. II. Hawkins, W. W. Wheeler, 8. S.
Birge and 13. It. Behumpert, Wardens.
The managers were Messrs. It. 1.
Stoudemayer, J. L. Wise and W. '.
Gordan. Everyt,hing passed olf pleas
The new council will'be sworn in at
once. No policy has as yet ieen out
lined, but think I am safe in say ing
that our new "City Pathers" will
further all objects looking to ti e en
hancement of the business Interests of
Prosperity, including, possibly, a dis
pensary next fall.
Mr. F'. M. lowers lost, a thunb yes
terday. He was carrying a lot of
horses over the river, the lead rope be
ing wrapled around his hand, and as
some of the animals became unruly the
rope tore otT 'the thumb of his rightt
hand. Dr. Wheeler cut the member
off at the right place, and the hand is
A pleasing panoramic and ;ra;pho
phone exhibition was given at our
school building last night and the large
audience was much amused.
Business is very good. Weather
very fine. i' t,M t i :'r .
'It, is a surprising fact.,'' says 1r'of.
Houton, "that in my travels in all parts
of the world, for the last ten years, I
have mbt more people that have used
Green's August Flower than any other
remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver
and stomach, and for constipation, 1
find for tourists n'id salesmen, or for
persons filling office positions, where
headaches and general had feelings
from irregular habits exist, that
Green's August Flower is a grand
remedy. It does not injure the system
by frequent use, and is excellent for
sour stomachs and indigestion." Satm ple
bottles free at W. E. I'elham's.
Sold by dealers in all civilized cotn
tries. tly r
Reduced Iates Over the houthcrn.
On account of 'the Epwortlh I eague
conference at Williamston, S. C., the
Southern Railway will sell round trip
tickets for $3 85. Tickets to be sold
May 2nd and 3rd, return limit May 8th.
On account of annual meeting of the
Episcopal church at Aikcn, S. l , Mny
9th and 12th, the Southern Rtailway
Co. will sell round trip tickets at $5.45.
Tickets to be sold May 6th, 8th and
9th. Return limit May 14th.
On acoount of the Society Circus in
Columbia, April 18th, 19th and 20th,
the Southern Railway Company will
sell round trip tickets at $2 25, to be
sold 18th and 19th. Final limit April
On account of the Musical h'estival at
Gaffney, S. C., May 8th and 9th, the
Southern Railway Co. will sell round
trip tickets at $4.80, tickets to be sold
6th and 7th. Full limit May 11th.
On account of the annual meeting of
the Colored Physicians Associat,ion at
Charleston, S. C., A pril 18th and 20t,h,
the Southern Railway Co. will sel)
round trip tickets t,o Char'leston fot'
$7.30, tickets to be so1ld 17t,h atnd 18th,
with return limit A pr'il 21 st.
We have a splen
INGLY - LOW /
ar crciowed withL
New Sp ing Mil
Of Conditions of The Newberry
Savings Bank of Newberry,
1 S. C., at the Close of Business
Maroh 31st, 1900. Pub
lished in Conformity With An
Aot of the General Assembly.
Bills Receivable.... .. . . 13,014l ('1
Bonds... .. .. .. .. ....2,272 *l(
F'urniture and Fixtur'es . . I ,300 0(
Collection Account . . . . 10 ((
t,Overdrafts secured and un i
secured. ............. 577 S(
SDue from other
banks . . . . $24,828 '19~
r Cash . ... .. ..$24,199 94-$ 49,52~ 4i:
rt -___ --
aCapital.... .. .. .. ...$.5,000 04
aProfits less eXpenses paid .14,006t 5:
n Dividends unpaid........ . .!' 1 0'
:e Cash ior's chocks
outstanding . $ 12 29
Bank deposits .$ 4,260 615
its . . . . . $118,835 53-$123,i1 4
to $187,703 01
- Personally appeared before me, J1. 1'
n- Norwood, Cashier of ahved name<
. 1'ank, who being duly sworn, says th
'above statement is true to the best c
n' hIs knowledge and belief.
to J. E. NOR WOOD), ('ashier.
* Sworn to before me this 3rd day C
1kAttest. N. P. l"ORC S. C.
se8 JAMEs MCINTOSH.
is JAs. K. GILDER.
,s 0. MoR. HOL,ME.5
0 Mi kU e) 0
T1ells, thre s t(tty. W1ht Ie n lo r iuaul
:ches, ancd y"ou feel hi1lou s, consti
Iiate(1, anad out of Innte, with your
stoinaci sourt' a1 n ito ri iietite, just
bhty a prclcage of
.\r (1 I:tl;o t titt:.< , fro mt 1 (u I pills.
I wtnt ill bt V111.1e : (rp i m I h Iw e:tilty
lt i i t hi i. II wir wo\ttrl;, turt' yuli'r
he:tia:t"ht. andi bifi.tu t s:' rtite the
liver ant :ii ak" yII fccl h1:1i1 ' again. #
25>ctnty. Suih by all medilcinedealers.
For House of iepresen
rr I. .J. C. ('lt i 1 11 it:-c
by ninatel as a i cid idate fi l
ihe Hlouse of I "Iepres,'ntativus, and is
pledged to abide I he resuIt of the )en:
oetiratic prinu y election.
For Clerk of Court.
W A. 1liLl, IS IlItIUVY AN
SnomCed I a canidate f( r
Clerk of Court, of the county, cat (1
pledgecd to ahile the reult of the IDeii
oeratie )riiary election.
For County Treasurer.
T HIII0,0:IY ANNt() 1"NUM SI IlSa.1u'
a as Iat anidilalc fn' Tr'easurre of New
h erry County aml I pledge tiiyself to alid
the resilt of the I )e c ratie lwiai t y
election. .I( >I IN L. i:Il'S.
I IMItI":0 Y ANNt)UN('I MYSELlt'
as I (iandidate for the ollice of
C 'ouncty Teaurer of Newhetrty County,
ttit tledgle m1 cyself to abide the result
of Lhe Demcat I rin-try electioin.
Wo. WV. A.\)\lO i 'S.
F A1. sC'1i -i.\l 'r IS Ill."RE1Y
. nomincat,ed for 'reasurer of Ncn%
b>ri'' County, and w ill abid,e trestlt,
of the Detuocratic p rimratry election.
A N I li, 1 1. \Y'II' 1L11 ItI":I111 i I;1(1"'
. 1by linailited Itas at Candidate ft ri
i'reascttrrr of Newher y ('citii(y at.dt
is pledged to abiducle the resulL of t,l o
WT ('1 >.\1 Mit H 11 E'l;l'Y AN
V"V e noedi a -a eantd itiate for Coun..
'y Alelilor, iubjet, to the I)cmocratie
I'rimtary elect ion.
I l":uv' ANNOl'N('" i' "'
is ia catididat.e for I'omity Aucditor,
subject to th e I )enitccac is primary clee
Lion. E. Ii. LIANGtSHt i Ut.
For County Supervisor.
IIEN11":11l' AN;NcIN('1 : AlYStEL
.as it cand iat,e for ('ount.y Super
visor in the ('h1111 cmig elect ion, a l pledge
myself to tide the result, of the Demo
erat ic pim cary.
1i 1i';tl:ltV ANN( )UN('; n 'Si".,I"
.ts Ia cttndi(idtLe for Cocity Siclier
visor, in( l'.edgo imyself to abid t,he
res uit, o f t,he De moc rat,ic pr ilmary.
II.I-Iii'Y ANNOliJNC' MYS'LL
is at catntitate for Coiuty Super
viso', and leclge icysIf to abide tbc
result, of the I)emroerat,ic primtary.
ILcilannounced as- a canud idate for'
Count,y Supter'visor' andc is pledged to
aidlle Lice r'esccul of tIce D emcocra'ctie pri
atCti cnidIate forc (!ounicty Sucpervisor'
Lhij'et to D)emiocratic primarctiy.
I IIitfl1Yc ANNOUN('t' MVLY'F
aS a enndc id ate for' thce cclice orf Couni
t,y Su perv~isor, subI jeet, t,o Lthe Demo
it cian(Idite tor' the olliee oft Councty
Sucper'visr' anid pIledIge miysel f to a&bide
the r'esuclt of t.he IDecmocr'at.le pr'imarcly.
J NO. M\. SCilJMI''MlIfT.
For Supt. of Education,
ot aL ncumber' of fr'iendcs throicgh.,
out, LIhe !ou nct,y, I hla ved e cid ed t,o oll'
my namtie to l.he puic a s ac cnditdcato
tor' CIout,y Mnuperinitendnut, of Eduer
,ioni, adi pled(ge my13self to ablide( ihe
c'esull, of LIce I )enccccratic pr'icicary.
* iby announccccedIl as acnidatte tor'
subchjet, t,o Ict.e emocrt',tie pimcaary.
I IIt';EIY A N NUllNCi' M%YSELPLc
aL canud idate for' h Llice 1c of Cor'oner'
for' Newhuerr'y Cccuncty, anid pledigo my'
self to aide(I the recsulIt oif t,he Dlemio
ii. MAHION LIND)SAY.
For anything you want
come to the
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