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1ff(I1111 1io. .111lie I I -- ' ;t.tlu ently
I) p af I" I hy a1ta ()ra b, Iltl t' r. It
itf ' I J fi at it, will it, co l l(ted
ait ph fm- and freo fro tile 1rional
h . i : its t h il1lorin 11ng are that
t es':t tllers,e.xcept, Soere
if ' (owr, are to have oppo
MI, :e! :t-. ti..he boo s do nlot Close
Iitiht, het Iay have
oplli -11nt. Th nr f State i stat.
up 1to mh-Iorninig are.:
-rff \tI ii ii. i ..\ I l!'ti ( w e lnty,'j.
iy,A. 11, P'atterson,
1.( . .ten:att (Governor-.In0. T.
la 1, 1 Wi \\ 'klIt I. ' ,I I I case, IJ.
.lf ;'I Ix . I i \Ir
Or : I n' rY o f S! at c N\l It (oopuer.
eOV S TI' I re I- W. II. Tim
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i I p-rit ' f . 11do it of Id lit iol
. I 1\1 f, I a.:! a fl : apers, .1 r.
or. . . i ll an u I lo ctor (;vIneral
\. F'lo\d , ( I orgev I )01glias Iitoulse,
nos ..(; It h rhge.1. HI. \\harton,
Ch ntas \\. I1,err v.
VI F r .I tf 'ttS S01Iat0 r- I . I .
n t l in r 'onzre- ioal I )istr iet
v. I m.l. vi I Ill I opposi0 bye I )r, ('.
\\ ., ( . 4f N.-vh i rry, :ani d iM r. E. L.
rI o. - I o?r. Solic t o , or
h. ti I'1 , mit , o for So ic to o
a1;' I'l 1dlhibilionii:-.; are
Iil I\ I uI I ltY ill Ilhe St'at. e I
I.., I V lot . a fill i l iZLat ive I
I . f h r 1 li! - x.-. lait ve
un a to siift, 111he
lit. b 'h iin 1II( J the ii t i.b
t 11()t x onl tilt- iu 11m
h ib ilt ilt hi e It
- n hawki \\ Ith the Fhilor
-. TIf t ti w ill 11 . bl p .
v a I ' ,ll il w ttath i
t t Y ls.Lli lyhe 1o y i.e
.11! look afa' hi ch .I,
* 1 4 1 1 1J~ %v 3it l. )1 ~ 0 1c 13
~ e', at ill 1'l 11 k 0I5v. tI c'IlIf (I
Vflfi i, VY11 (fl (II J!bihts it'- u
tf 3 1ff a tr o I It l resb )y
i I I t " for \\onil this wec
;II )a-mthi r N.wberry girl- lisz .
I. \ i' t 11 i1 :'I tt! M , lUttr' On
-)M I I ri:0 kdl tIIhe fL't tat she
- I- I Hillue odhay is vory1111 i l
t , I ilI vi la ., I I thI 'ie statte
.1 itt i s, I f I iI L Li, I t' e
nt (' .II11 i na II v(' lleg
I ~ 11CCci'. I,. \\iit3the w ho oe
h.r (3f iit'' i natifon.1( \klu. il OOt.lis
u.13 : .u5 oI Wf oi- c lleg l,tan ha3 I I
tile ie in 13f hi . ulmr 1of theid isti
n 11i.i Lt'i'h Ll hented tol boa aImos a)
13 3.B o 5t 'u1t fbr hlistappintmnt 1
iim laone the11, 3' findg othe1 (fllg
ael(ll.) $.'of the mpta te 11 illc nak
witd eacd aottle nien ber ote boad. I
-f' i3[ o0lw)y IhaIt Cio.e wh1ar
M. agive in0.h Suppr, f of thMr
- :ited i thiedathwhay.tb
i -re:tveInent wh'eh ti) 1their Sin the
wie1tg lbIa s he as a ost chrching
ff3itn, and onebnf aind brig hildre n.e
et'h iunthe Stae.cswl b.hlo
Iay't 12o'clok a Ebeezeroburb.
''O illOl O (.itc
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A CAMPAIGN SURPRISE!
P'RCOMl III IJONIST A. U. JONF.S WIL.L
OPi'OsiE SENATOIC TIL.MAN.
'aprny,algoa Nineirig at Oaarigeburg-Unv.
510.4wevocs-y Accountta for lilm Stiw
nriahl Ip- Aioyt a, -.Ikem *% CKin
Speecha- iry for .tivii
111 loll --Pt It 441'
oll 71-P1a. e
"'I'le cam pai llg meeting at, Orange
burg ycsterday, the opening of tie con
test of 1900, was well attended. All t,he
candidates were on tie golnald and
reaidy for' hbusilless
'NITI STATES S-iNATlH.
"lh surprise Of tie dily was4 the
lin,g of tle joie of A. C. .1oncs, the
well kinown ProllhibLionist viho enters
lie ra1Ce against SeNttor TilliIai for
the Uinited States Seiate.
"Gov. AIle'Swi'eey opened the speech
es of the ilay and gave ani account of
his stewiardship. lie had imany friends
inl thC auld ience, and h is defense of the
dispellsiry was strong.
"Co!. Iloyl, the chami pionl of prolhibi
tioin, follow"d ill it mild itid coiseiva
tiVV spe1h1. whiCh was well received.
" a. 'atter.,onl iado it long speech.
lie asailt"l Col. Ioyt's platform ind
defended tw displinsary law. Ie Se
ver'ely Crlii Cied some of (;0%. NI eSwCe -
ney's rvcord. Ile vlosed his speech
aullid 11i1ch ipplause.
Nir'. Ga1.rY adVoIntled diislpenis1ary local
G. Walt Nvh i hntal was rilleil out be
cause lie h u('111ld Iot VoIle for'tward with
1,heV rl-esLry 'j._10 ,C4 nter theli ClWw
1,A 1:' TEN.\NT.(:0V\-'i% tN ikil.
M.ir. '. b.Winiklr defonded the dis
penl.ary nqgainst, prohibition.
('ol. .1(ohn11 T. Sloani, I Zicb lanid's Sena
1o', is a hWliever' inl IO'1 OI)tiOl.
C. I. Ilk-n:a, I., Spo(k 11iri ly on
Lie .4111ednat.ioil ine, and wanited white
poople, rIrey tn go . o ediate white
'hildren, anad Sib that, inl '12 lie voted
or Ihv original W,ptisar.y law.
.\TT )N NEY V ;i-:N r.- I.\|..
.1. i. MI)ore, Of Clurlestlo, believed
ni passing Sittitory lIaw: and il in enfor
-ing tbeil wholn clack.ed.
.\ U.orrev v Goln(Tal BIllIiniger. duelined
10 spwakl "i v'iOV of Ihis pical lack
T. T NT E.\.Sl' HKU.i,
Ir. Tinllwena Iltdc an earliest
I)pea1l for' re-ClCctionl tO tle 0llie of
itato TrIeaiurer, lie was followed by
dir. R. It. .llnlings, of W'air-field, caln
idate for the saif offllc.
Mr. ul)erhtri and his opponent Mr.
irooker had a spirited .lt, over the
ssli in the rac .
,DJM'TA%NT AND INS11.I'kT .? (;ENFI?lA1,.
Adjutant , Floyd made an appeIIl for
e-election. Iis oppoinit M.. Rtouse, t
f 'hariestonl, mad100 IL short speceli V
R VOCttin-rg Iib cIuse.
SUr I'KR NT -N iNT O l'' iED1CA TION. 0
Mrt. McMIahiani earnestly avowed hris
I legiance to COImmon111 school eduocation C
nd( to State colleges.
Mrt . Capers, of C4o1 lmbia, taxed NI r.
l eMathan wVithi overst,eppIinrg is ights
So penritendlhent, of E'dunenton , antI
ressedl is wn ( c ilaimis.
L' N lIi'iUlI ST A'iTiES S iGN.\TOit,
I r'. A. C..*Iones of Newberry, felt it y*
sense of dulty to hiIs people and1( State
I enter the race, lie h ad opIposedI r
tc lIeform miove mentI, and point.edLC( out, h
to wisdom of such oppjosition iand deC- a
aried for p)roiibitLion.
Senatoir Till man spoke( iat length , en.* si
,rsingv the displensatry systeml and( giv- i
g an accounirt (If his stewatrdship in ki
C I 1 it ed States Senate. di
1pr r r.'i r: A I) r: OT'i l IlliS. " g.
Several canid tates for I tailroad1( Comn- a
I ssioner- and Solicitor madeil brief "
I ks. A furli replort, of the meeting will fr
>peatr in) 0our next* i ssure,l
A Moir,e(r lievil Feiah
De)stroy ing Its victimn, Is it type of
naitL iation. Tihe powerV (If thIias iiurI
rons mia4ldy is felt (Ii orgiisa(
~rves anid music les andi bri-iu. Thelire's tI
halt LI Lill It's overcome. liut, Dr. v
'I a' r'ew Life l 'ills aire a safe and hb
P ilI li enre. lIe~st, In ihe world for
uialh I, ier, l Idiney s anid I loweols.
rily 2.> cent s at alil d ruig stores.
11.1u Next Week.
We will hia ve Li)ree grames of good
Ii here it, thei hall IIpark niext week.
ro i edmoon L tearn will como dowvn to E
ity It series with Newberry. The 11'e(d.a
mnt Leamn Is sid( to bie one of' the
'on)gest in Lire State itndt close games
) e'xpIected. T1he games will be
tyed N loniday, Tu'iesdaiy, and1( Wednes.
y afternoons at 4i:10 o'clock. Ad
s8o10 5 a. rnd 25 cents,.
W.Vill (ften) causeO a hiorribilo ibmr 0
aid, (Cut oir bruise. IbiekI len's A rnlea
lve, the best in te worbli, wvill kIll i i
(I pin andl( promprtly heals it. Ctur c
di S>ra IR$,lever S >r's, lJiees, RItoIl
1(1115 Coiiri, iall Skinr 10rt ptionrs.g
'at P11" cure on earlth. Only 25i (ts. ai
x. Ctire guarranteed. Sold by ali e
P'ho Cxaminations for the award of
cant scholar-shIps In Winthrop Col'
fo and for the admnisslon of now st.
nts will ho held at the County Cou rt
mueo on ii'riday, July 20th, at 0 a. m.
\pplicants must, not be loe than
een years oif ago.
When scholarshlpa aro vacated after
ly 20th, thoy wIll ho awarded to
so making the higheost average at
L'ho. cost of atteondanot', inldng
lr, fnrnlshed room, heat,'lIght and
shing, Is only 88 50 per' mzonth.
or further infor'matiou and a cata
nuo addresn PreantD.a n3 -n hnson
I n the writer (aie to Newberry
without frienlds alld wi1thout m1onlevN.
,Nir. 'oul, at that, tim e, wa it theix ial
of affair.i ii N ve,1wrry, so I went t
himli a ndketi for work, and I hav%,q
ofrtel bteei thankiril that I was forti
lltLe eoullw!l Io have founi in him I
heart too 11111', a ipo., 110itionl too -,weel
and at soul too noble to ever turn .
young llial aside who wanted to wvori
or make anything fot hiilself. So it
gave c ai job in his brick yard, and I
was very agreeblly surprised on Satr
day evening, wheln ir. 1'. C. Pool wa
ptying ol the arge numbe of hanld,
in tble colner store, on the very spol
where thle postolfive now stanids, to hea
the noble old gentleman say: "Teicnch, I
p-oi ied this boy onle dollar per day,
bu1' I ild L at, is woith more than
that: pay hiiu one dollar and twenlty
live cents per day." My young heart
beat quick with joy to realize thatt I
had found a man with so kind a hear,
because att one time m11y father had been
rich, but had died very poor, and the
friends whom Ie had in his prosperity
liever said it kinld word to his poor Sonl.
So I welt, back to Mr. Pool's brick
yard on .IMonday morning with reliewed
eiergy, 111d I tried to Slow NIr. llool
ily appr-ceiatiol of his goodlicss to mno
by truly spreading myself, atnt oil the
followin,g Satilurdaiy, when We htil coie
to tle sameic place for our week's pay,
and i being the only white laborer ill
the crowd, after Mrl. Tench1 had filished
11ayi g t lie darkeys the noble old. gentlo
man said: "1 1'ench, this boy is wort,h
11110 0a1111 We id a1111.st week: give himli
$1.50 )el' dIay.' I CoUld not 8l)reSS
iny feelligs, and had to iuiri imiy Iead
fol a lloliien to keep him from
se ng ii the tear-drops ill In1y eyes. A nd
I went back to the brick yard the next
.n1011day morniing, agaill wii renlewod
(h)n the Wednesday followilig the no
ble old geitleia catle divinig out, to
the 'yard, anllid ie came Straiht litto lime
and said: "John, get in m buggy l Y and
go alld put, oil the best cloLieS you have
tot, and come back here to mne." I
went, and I could not, ilaligine what on
mlath was the iatlter. I was so afraid
I had (Ie sometihin that had dis
pleased h1imi1. Iit wil I gIot b-Ick he
Wide all my anxiety turn to joy by tell
11,g 11e to titke CIaige of tiie yar-e
Nas going to the (G'velviille fair. and lie
vainted mie to bos. his hands rot him.
od bless the good old mn1111. 1 t was he
svho ,tar-ted tme in life when I needed a
iind, and fo' twenty lonlg yCa's lie
vas iideed lily ba:st friend.
Whn the tiime of year cam. for his
rick yard to close. he elected ime M Chief
if Poilce of Newberry, which positiot.
held eight years, and althoullgh I
1onor and respect all I.he flifel'rent
ilayors that I 81.1rved under, yet, Mr.
'oi was, the. whole fime, mlly frild
n1d adviscr. I remimlber, on1 one occa
ionl, when so011m desperadoes tried to
aie t,e town, and after a hard strum.
le I snieceeded in getting them safely
Wked up in it,he guardIoUSe, my good
Ild frienl drove up to where a large
rowdl had collected on the street andl
:11lld me1 out, to hiis buggy and1( said(:
MIy boy, 1 anm so glad that you have
iown'l thc people1 of Newberry tit, you
'e a man11."' Andill t.hLbrough life Mr'.
'ool hias been miy adv'isert anld friend,
111 whilie I iippreeiate all of my3 frieiids,
>dayV Mi'. Pool stands ihrst, in liy h.ear't
~acause lie wais a true friend whenw a1
:ning~ mani neeed e m0 iost.
An 111when I wias 111 appinted M agis
ate, again tihe old gent,leman showed
is i'egardl by diriving dbown LI) my13 olilcc
ill having mcecalled1 out, and with a
arm g rasp of Ithe band and tears
iowing in his eyes, said; "'My boy,
n so glad you got, tile appointment. I
low y'ou will (do your' duty,'' and lie
'Ive oif. Ilow few Ipeopie whoic are in
1011 circumiistiances will not,ico and 11011
poor' boy3 ! Maty ino mi)st of sorrlow,
vea' gather ai'ound thiose he0 loved, is
y' pralyer'. I kno1w that onie of liy best
lenids hias gonec, and1( Newberry:, has
st, 0one of the best menCi thait ever'lived,.
moourn with those tihat miourin.
I. Il (JtlA.u'i'urLL
Located iat P'roIperity.
I havL1e localted at Prio.apeity1 to lrao'
cC mied icine1. I ani boarding with Mr'.
'P. 8.Il irmon und)( enn be f(llon at,
5 r'esidlenie. (Call s will recee e prompt
&t :Lt .JNo. J, I)oM tNuiC, M. I).
One car load of Bug
'ies just received;
~uggies of all kinds
nd of the very best
-lake. Also one car of
ae well-known White
lickory Wagons. Call
nd see our Buggies
nd Wagons and get
ur prices before buy
ig. We pay cash, dis-.
aunt bills, and can
ive you the very low
never stops because the weather
Then why stop taking e
SOOT Ps EMULSION
simply .because it's summer? -
Keep taking it. It will heal yoar (
lungs, and make thenm strong fo'r ai
Soc. and 9a.oo1 alt dtaggists.
T1'IM- N LCV AT -ROSViEITrV.
R - i1 e 'ae -Im r'evi.y f r o m I liv I I -.41- A
Now,p:lper itt J.ni-Tewt1erm fr
.ra d rotv'il ti
'ro.4perity is siffering fromt drouthl.
IALSt veing thee Vt4 rain all arouid
us, lbut, t he ton aid irm1iediat.e vicio
ity got only ia light sprinkling W
need rain badly.
Tuesday Iiiglit Some thieves Went into
Mlagistrato J. M. \'heelr's haiver,-L
field and 1o0k and car4riei away fift-eon
shocks of wheat, and oats. Several par.
ties are implicated. Sherit II tuford was
downli here yesterday atid carried two
of the iteetised negroes to jail. A war
rant is out for the lnupposed ringleaders,
a negro of some celebrity, and as soonl its
caught he will complete the trio andi
await the verdiet of a jury in the nex.t
And 'rosperity has it nowspape. ILL
last ! The plant of the Voice of the
People is being moved here today, and
Iext week's palper will be is-ued at
Prosperi ty. Mr. Jias. 11. Killbrow is
the btiiness Iml-arItgr, Ianl fOr ilt, pres
ent Mr. A. 1.. I'. lhdenh:uht, the edi
tor. The formit'r is a filie printer ( and
the latter I solid writer. May The
Voice prosper in every way and infuse
iew ideas and noble ambition in every
household it visits. My welcome to it
in advance, and my congraUlatiols to
the people and business interests of
'rosperiy. Let, every one here give
The Voice a hearty welcome and at
lIon. C. T. Wyche is in the upper
part of tiii,- Congresssiontal district,
looking after his political fences.
Ir. L. G. ('orbut,t has noved from
here to a point somewhere in New York
State, where, I iundersan(l, he already
has a largC pract.ice. His drug store
here has reverted to its former owIner,
Mr. A. 1. Kolihn, who runs it its of yore.
Dr. Corett, made ma1N' friends here
during his residence of a year or more,
all of whom regret his leaving.
At a recent, Ieeting of I1he tristecs
of Prosperity iraded Schoo Prof. .
0. CoUnts Wias elcCed princiCpal Itnd
.ilisses MIar1grite 11 unter a GIertrude
Simpson assistants for the lx t -eho
last;c year. I Prof ( 'ounts has b"-n
teaching the parocbial school at, Wii
muington, N. C., fr everal sessions. I
have not yet leaei'ld whethelr he willi
Itcept the tender.
'rof. Couit- is an alumuis t New
herry Collcge, class of *S3, since wh ich
I believe h has ta:ht almost if not
ent irely without, int- ription. Ie pl.!
sided over our h ill sc hool Ioie yeis 8
ago, and it grew under his managt.
ment. 8hotuld lie return to us he will
be Weloonien lh old riends an'l new.
As I preparti tht-, letter t.he news
comes to Me of ti CIddL d -eath of
Rev. Mr. Doolas, plastor of tile A. It.
P. Church at Iusselville, Ark. Only it
a ft.w Years ago, in t.he bloomi of mIan
hood, ho 1m1avrr'ed Aiss Willie, oldest
datiuvh 'er of Rev. and Mrs. A. G Kirk
pItt i C of Prosperity. The sad news
of his sudden deat.h is a shock indeed.
The bereaved families have the deepest
sympathy of our people.
Prosparity, Juno 11th.
A NIght f loirror.
"'A wvful anx iety was felt for the widow
of the bravo General Burnhani of
MIachilas, Me , when t he doctors saidI
she could not, live till morniig." writeu.
Mrs. S. HI Lincoln, who attendled her
t,hat fearful night "'All thought she
must, Hooti die from Pneuimonia, but she
b)egged for Dri. King's New D)iscovery,
saying it. had moro t.han onea saved he:
life, and had cuiredl hert of Consump
tion. A fter thiree small doses sIhe slept,
easily atlI n ighlt, andl its fur'ther use
comnpletely cured lher." Th Is marvel
(Ius mlediine is guarant<:ecd to enure all
Thiroat., Ch,est. nd Lung D1sseases.
>n Iy 50e iand $1 00. Trial bottlIes ft-ee
att all drug stores.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
KIdney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambitIon; beauty, vigor
e* , and cheerfulness soon a
a . *. dIsappear when the kId
- neys are out of order
-.. ' or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
- ~ become so prevalent
that It Is not uncommoni
- ~ for a child to be born
a' afflicted with weak kid
--neys. If the child urin
-,-. ales too often, if the
.irine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
-caches an age when it should be able tog
::ontrol the passage, It Is yet afflicted with a
>ed-wettin g, depend upon it, the cause of al
he difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first 11
top should be towards the treatment of
hese important organs. This unpleasant
rouble Is due to a diseased conditIon of the ai
lidneys and bladder and no' to a habit as Pl
nost people suppose. i
Women as well as men are made mis- s
trable with kidney and bladder trouble,
md both need the same great remedy.
rhe mild and- the Immediate effect of
wamp.Root is soon realized. It is sold -
y druggists, in fifty-'
:ent and one dollar -a .
izes. You may have a Ni111 ,E1
ample bottle by mail "" 1
ree, also pamphlet tell- nome of svwap.nloot.
ng all about it, Including many of the
housands of testimonial letters received B
rom sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
. Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
nention this paper.
(ES8TAB~I81LED) IN I87i.) A
apital---- -- -$150,000.00
urplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General banking business transacted
'th promptness. Special attention to
)llections. Correspondence solicited.
Savings Department. J
Doposits allowed interest at the rate
.4 per cent per anntum from date of
Liposit. Interest, payablo January 1st
lOd July Jet, of each year.
M. A. (CA RrLTS[, Pre8t,.
T1. S. D)UNoAN, Cashier. BI
J. WV. M. SIm.O5 Aa.C.
FROM A MASS OF MATERIAL
Tho imagazine writes, sift out and ar- (
ranlgo i iterestingly, facts which are 4
unne(essiblo to the et-age man. All
tbe curVent, ma111gaines COntain SOUe
thi g of absorbant interest, in all lines of
The leading periodicals can be ob
tained it all ties hero. We sell all
of them or receive subscriptious at reg
We also have ia big litio of Hammocks
which we ar'e F0lIng at, pi'ces to suit
the purse, it
W. G. MAYES'
SOUHI CAROLINA COLLPTE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. 13, 1. S., A. M., LL. li, L. I.
Court-es Spring Courses free for Teach
ers. lOurteen professors: 3:3,000 volumes
iml 1 t rary: excellent, laboratories, class
room.s, gymnasium, infit-mary, atbletic
grounds. Tuition $40, other fees $18, a
sestion; tuition remitted to needy stu
deuts. Expenses $135 to $175 a session.
Certified l'upils from forty-five Accre
dited Schools enter its l,reshman Class
Entrance and Normal Scholarship
Exam nations held at every county seat,
["riday, July 20, 100, by County Super
Next session opens Sept. 26, 1900. For I
F. C. WOODWARD, President.
md C E
I am now prepared to supply the pub
lie with all the ice they may demand d
rotr the summer.
My wagons will be put on to-day.
Any one wanting Ice from wagon will
)lease not,ify me at once. This will
ssist me greatly in making out route
Please get tickets and do not ask the
Iriver to charge anything. Ice will be
old strictly for cash.
I solicit your patronage, assuring
ou the best possible service.
S LYLE AN]) ORIGINALITY
re Been in every article int our stock of
uit is n:o particularly noticeable in
t,he superb line of
and their necessary adjuncts,
Such a large assortment of beautiful
mods is seldom seen under one rootf
1d the low prices make them doubly
tractive, iand a latrgo at attractive I
no of IFANS.
Gentlemen and boys, try outr ClothIngJ
id FurnIshings. You will be stir
'ised at tho elegant style and quality
a give you for the money.
Yours t,o p,leave,*
S. J. WOOTEN.
Un, Moonl and StorS ~
Mao EClipse, cal
UT nothing eclipses the i'arlsian
.Htylsc ini Iats and Blontnets weol
boug~ht especially fot the Ljadlsl
andl Misses of Newberry city on ti
and county for the summter of
LOOK A T T HE M willeconvince aU
you that Ours ares the prettiest MIAg
and) cheapest, to be had. Our
Stock of AallInery is complete.
Come and See Us. urda
~l --- - -ately
C .A.s e :Ter
~ ~. ATh Kid ou av Al~v P~ug cost i
If Conditions of The Newberry
Savings Bank of Newberry,
S. C., at the Close of Business
March 31st, 1900. Pub
lished in Conformity With An
Act of the Goneral Assembly.
lills Receivable . . . . . $134,014 67
londs . . . . . . . . . . . 2,272 40
'urniture and Fixtures . 1,300 00
'ollection Account. . . . 10 00
)verdrafts secured and un
secured .. .. .. . . . 577 50
Duo from other
banks . . . . $24,828 49
Dash . . . . . . $24,699 9.1-$ 49,528 43
..apital . . . . . . . . . . $50,000 00
Profits less expenses paid . 14,006 53
Dividends unpaid ..... 588 00
Jash Ier's checks
outstanding . S 12 29
Elank deposits . $ 4,260 65
its . .... $118,835 53-$123,108 47
Personally appeared before me, J. E.
\orwood, Cashier of aboved named
Llank, who being duly swoirn, says the
tbove statement is true to the best of
ius knowledge and belief.
J. E. NOR WOOD, Cashier.
3worn to before mo this 3rd day of
Wm. C". Tym-,m, JrL. s.]
Uttest: N. P. FOR S. C.
JAM Ms McINTOSH.
.AS. K. GIEn.
0. MOR. HoLMEs.
Eduard schltw S
Ine Watches, Rings, Broaches, Studs
Sleeve and Link Buttons,]' Silver
Novelties, Silver Table Ware,
Cut Glass. Gold and Sil
ver Spectacles and
TOYS & DOLLS
Vhich we will close out, as we will
discontinue keeping them.
EWELER AN' PTIC IAN
SMITH'S DRk S1ORB,
'W. A. YOUNG & CO.
A FULL LINE of
M EDICIN ES,
Toilet and Medicinal
Cigars, Garden Seed,
)ONE ON SHORT N'OTUI:I A ND
Bicycle Iixtures of allIa
kinds and bicele sun
dries always on1 hand.
Duir wheel needs rrpaiin g ginve us aj
We also al ways kee p 1in .'toek the,
EST W HE ELS/
te market, for~ sale. Sec our Wheels.
W . NW ITEs "S U
wil el tpul ution on Sa T
, Juno 16th, 1900, at 12 mn., at the
of the late .Jacob1 S Russell in the Ai
of Newberry, 8. C., the stock of WU
store furnitureo and1 lxtures con
Iwth the mercantloe busins
conducted1 by 8aid intestatoess
mis of sale-Cash. No bid of less
Ifty-eight cents on the dlollar of
Ill be received. V
ItAN1 C. L1UJn8 e.r-.. -
Our buyers are bacV
from New York. Our
lines are all complete.
We invite your inspec
tion. We promise goo
values, polite attention,
fair dealing. Splendif,
assortment in all de
partments. See our
Dross (Goods, Trimmings,
Whito Goods, Wash Goods, Linei,
Linen Daiask with Napkins ,
match, H1andkerchiofs, Hosie,.
Underwear, Smniall Notions,
Awerica's Loading W. B. Corsets,
Percales, Ginghanis, Calicoes,
Ducks, Crashes, Domestics,
all at lowest prices and of standar I
Men's Shoes, Boys' Shoes,
Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
and Oxfords. All solid.
All g1aianteed. No shoddy.
We wish to direct your spec .1
attention to our
Never beforo have we boon so w% l
equipped to serve yon Well as nL.
We havO an expert trimmer, and y. r
Hat or Bonnet, made by her x 1
surely be "a thing of beauty."
Wo w"nIt to shoW you through r
stock. (ivoe us the opportunity - 1
wo aro confident of pleasing you.
The Newberry Hard ware Compan~y
would call attention of the pubi o
to the fact that they have bou8't
out F. A. Schumpert, Agt., zk.a
that they will conduct the busine s
at the old stand, and will alwa -s
have on hand at the lowest pric 3,
Agricultural Implements of 41
Plows, Plow Stocls, Trace (,hailIs, Hallo~s,
8i11ch'oes,0 Harrows, Cltiylators,
ForlS, 8|1o76Js alld S]iadcs
Lnd everything noeded.on the fart i.
Harness Made to Order.
topairing neatly and promptly dom.
We also carry a large lino ,f
SAiDLERY and HARNEM~~
BR IDL ES, COLLAR~S, COLL.utI
PADS, anid in fact, everytha: g
found in a well assorted Stock.
F. A. Schumpert,
Ve ari r ived. They embraco the Im 4
REIGN AND DOMEST 0
Which we will make at,
~dergate . Pricog
ITT & CALSI