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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 73.
S T ATED CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
anid 4th Tueday nights of each month
at 7.30. Visiting Kulghts cordially
welcomed. TIOS. K. EPTING,
R . of R. a'd S.
Crotwell Hotel Buildhib.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat................................ . 7@ 8c.
Shou!ee j........................... 7c.
Hams................................. 1( 14c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 10c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Molasses..................... 26@50c.
Corn ................................... 70o.
Meal ....... . . .................... 65.
Hay....... ................. 900.
W heat Bran........................ $1.15.
1st Patent Flour.................. $5.00.
2nd Best Flour................ 84.50.
Strait Flour........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour.........$3.6(,'4.( I.
Sugar .................... 61.tc.
Rice.................................. V 8 .
Coffee................................ I 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.15.
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 35c.
Butter, per lb ............. 15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................ c.
Chickens, each.................... 16@25c.
Peas, per bushel....... ......... 75c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 60c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35440c.
Sweet potatoes .................. 60((q75o.
Turkeys, per lb ................ 6( 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. '5( 90c.
"I had stomach trouble twenty years
and gave up hope of being cured till I
began to use Kodol DyspepsiaQre. It
has done me so much good I call it the
savior of my life," writes W. R. Wil
kinson, Albany, Tenn. It digests what
you eat. GlIder's Corner Drug Store.
Frying Chickenq at residence of J. C.
Myers. t&f 2t.
Tell it All.
The Piedmont-Greenville team, who
our boys are up against this week, de
feated the Newberry team Wednesday
by a score of iI to 5.-Union'Times.
And on Tuesday Ne'berry defeated
PIledmont 16 to 1, and on the day before
that 7 to 4, thus giving Newberry two
out of the three gams. Tell it all.
A Carrier Pigeon.
A strange looking pigeon has been
caught at Walton, S. C. On its right
leg is a silver band marked A 1484 and
on its left a brass one marked 15. The
silver band seems to have been welde.1
on; but the other is simply a ibrass trip
wraped around the leg. It, has been
flying around in the neighborhood sev
eral days and seems to be lost. Mr. J.
D. Crooks will be glad to return the
bird to its owner,
Walton, S. C., June 25, 1900.
"After suffering from severe dyspep
sia over twelve years and using many
remedies without permanent good I
finally took Kodol 1)ypepla Cure. It
did me so much good I recommerd it to
every one," writes J. E Watkius Clerk
and Recorder, Chillicothe Mo. It di
gests what you eat. Gilder's Corner
.'To t. >ise who furnished the music on
commencement Sunday, to those who
provided entertainment for guests of
the college, to those who contributed
refreshmecnts for the reception Wed
nesday night and to those who served
thorn, to the gentlemen of the "fourth
estate" and our reporters, in a word, to
all who contributed in any way to make
the commencement pleasant and suc
cessful, the college returns hearty an I
-He Fooled the surgeo,nh.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton,
of West Jeflerson, 0., after suffering 18
months from Rectal Fistula, he would
die unless a costly operation was per
formed; but be cured himseif with five
oxes c' Bucklen's Arnica Salve, the
urest Pile cure on earth, and the best
alve in the world. 25 cents a box.
old by all druggista.
See the Ga.mem.
~xThe Newberry Baseball Association
i,*giving th'e citizens some fine sport ---
Y'ort that should be appreciated by
epublIc. Encourage the,Associa' ion
going out to see the gamean.help
on the cause. Tbde week we. wil
ye three of the fluest games of the
~soni. Newberry and Union will
ass bats. Ne*berry dofeated Pied
iont and Union has defeated Piedmont;
ow come out 'Thursday, Friday and
aturday and see Newberry win over
nion. They will be tight 'and excit
W. S. Mussar,Millheim, Pa., saved
the life of his little girl by giving her
One Minute Cough Cure when she was
dying fromn croup., It is the only harm
less remedy that gives imniediate re
pults. It quickly cures coughs, colds
bronchitis, gril'pe, asthma and all
throat and lung troubles. Gilder's Cor
ncr Drug Store.
Miss Hlarrielt E. Blake, of Charles
ton, sister of Mr's. N. Bi, Mazyok, of tble
city, died in Charleston on Sunday.
Mrs. Mazyok was called to the bedside
of her sister a few days before heri
"Take Heed Wnlt Surely Speed."
Be sure to heed the first symptoms of
indlig estion, nervone ness and impure
blood, and thus avoid chronic dyspep
ela, nervous prostr'ation and all the
evils produced by bad blood. Hood's
Sarsa parilla is. your safeguard. It
quiokly sets the stomach right,
strengthens and quiets the nerves, purl.
fles, enriches and vitalizes the blood
nd keeps up Lhe healih tone.
All liver ills are cured by Hood'i
VARIOUS AND ALI Anoijr.
Mrs. II. 11. Franklin is visiting In
Tie county canpaign will open at
Pomnaria on August,9th.
Miss Annie Nlay (raunp is %isit-ing in
Mr. and -Nrs. R Y. LJeavell are vis
iting relatives in Darlingtun.
Miss ItbeI Kinaild is vising hr
sister, Mr. E. 8. McNeill, in Agusta.
See notice of annual mecting of
stockholders of Newberry Cotton Seed
Air. Jas. A. liowers of Atlanta is in
the city, Speiiing a few days with his
Mr. R. P. Fair, represening the
Standard Oil Company, of Atlanta, was
in the cit, last weel.
Mr. James 1l. Watts and wife, o
Piedmont, are spending some time
with Mr. J. W. Watts.
Mr. .1. 13. Boland, of the Smokey
Town section of the county, brought in
a cotton bloom Saturday.
Mr. J. H. M. Kinard, of The Observer,
went over to Augusta SAturday to visit
his daughter, A1rs. E. S. McNeill.
Postmaster Fair received notice on
Saturday that the Newberry postollice
had been made an international money
Don't forget to give the West End
Band a chance to furnish music at the
campaign tucctins. Music would help
If you want to see some fine ball play- I
ing come in Thursday, Priday and Sat- P
urday and wit,ness the games between u
Newberry and Union.
Mr. W. A IiIII has been added to the
commiUce to sol;cit cont.ibutions for
the barbecue on the 4 'I for the 1: netit
of O'Neall Street Chur-h.
Misses NI .-y lionds. of Ienno, Gat.rie
Buford, )I v.nl IN il' v, Nellie I;arrc,
and M agg.:c Koon wt-re ,,uests of IN Is.
M. M iBrotd during commencement.
Chick Y i;-, colm.ed, wns sent to
the chain gaug Satur. :y by hiagistrate
Chappell ot c'mange o trespiss after
notice. I-Io wt - im-d $7 or:0 days.
He is serving his t-ne.
Rice, one of Greenwood's ball. play.
ers, had the ninfortunc to get his nose
broken in the game yesterday after
noon Dr. Glider atte..ded him and se.
the broken member.
On account annual meeting Lqyman's
Association of NI. E. Charch, Atlanta,
Ga., Juiv 6th ane 8th, the Southern ]
Railway Co. will sell return tekets on F
the certificate plan at, one and onc-third U
fare for the round trip. Certigcates to
be sigr ed by C. M. ''urner and viseed
by E. It. Elleby. c
The collection on Sunday morning of I
commencement amounted to $18.91. t
The entertallnment Wednesday night
yielded 874.55, including several small I
cash contributtons; as the expenses v
were inconsiderable, the net amount t
will exceed $70. This money will be i
applied to the commenment expenses
(expenses of speakers, lighting Opera
House, carriage bire, rent,of chairs, &c)
which will probably amount to $-0, and
the balance will be p tid into the col
lege treasury and used in payment of
salaries andl current expenses. A aid
there is aiways need of more.
Athutioun, Young I ndle,.
The following yotag ladies will
plerne m *L the Exat tive Committee
of the Newborry B:- e Ball Associa.I
tion in the Armory on Wodnesdhay
afternoon, June 26t,b, at 6.15o'clocll:
WVard 1-Misses Lucy Spee.s, Ora
Wilson, Nevills Pope, Mary N. Fair.
War<t 2--Misses May Wrij~'ht,
Helen Jones, Fannie May Carwile,
Bessie Simmons, Lizzie Dominmck.
WVard 3-Misses Iz'zie Glenn,
Nellie McFall, Lilla Johnstone, An
WVard 4-Misses Maud Langford,
Blanche Davidson, Anita Davidson,
Ammie Tarrant, Carrie Jones.
Assau'u:dt in M< w York.
Mr. James N. McCaughrin left
here a few days ago with his sister,
Miss Fannie, for Now York. On
Tuesday night of lasg week, Mr. L.
0. Speers, who has a i >siton on the
New York Times, and Dr. S. L.
Cash, who has a position in Newv
York, were returning with Mr. Mc
Caughrin from a callI on Miss Fan
nie, Mr. Mc0anoghr 's sister', when
some one, sappo-ed to be a negro,
there he' teve-'al in the crowd,
radely bFiaS:led ag ~iDat Mr. Spcors,
who spoke to the pntAy about it,
when Mr. Sp- ra was struck. MrIz.
McCaughi'n went t .'ae ass'stance
of Mr. Speers and was struck a
heavy blow on the side of his face
with a stick or club '.id knocked
senseless, his jaw beiPg fractured.
He was taken in charge ny his
friends, Messrs. Speeou and Cash,
and given all necessary attention.,
Capt. Silas McCao'Th 'n and Miss
Nannie le..t for New York imm3ed
intely after hearing of the unfortu
nate occurrence, had the last mes
sage received here is that Jim is'
getting along very well and his face
will not be disfigured by the blow.
Jim McCaughrin is one of our
leading young mesa. He is a gentle.
man and his friendo are numerous
and the inquiries about him since
the news of the occurrer.ce have
been constant and continuous, and
his many friends will be' glad to
learn that he is up and will not be
The guilty partIes 'wil be appre
hended if possible and justice meted
out to them.
Beau the t ~he Kind You Hasow Al Bought
9 f .. 1
ON Ti'm. i MIA'ONI.
it'wherry VIs Twi, Straaight uimmt r i,
(t 't-nim-ood-Two 1ti , 1y (sitinem- -Aj i
oth-r Thia A fternoon.
The first of a series of t,lree gamils
f baseball between Newberry tid
ireenwood was played ito triay
frternoon, anti restlited in ' victory for
4ewhorry, M.he svorv hv-ing 41 to 4! Both
eam.- played hard.( ball anld phtayed tv
vin. Cae pitched for Newberry, aitnd
to pitched a great game. The score i
lnings is as follows:
R II E
qewberry 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0- 4 i 1
1reenwood 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0- 2 1 4
Batteriet: Case antid I hesse: lietsell
6nd V. A tlieu. Umpire, Weeks.
S',ruvk out - Iy Case 91 by 10ts1ll 5.
Base on balls-Case 0; lietsell 1.
Features of tit 3 game-'aid welt's
omle r-tin. Fox's pretty fielding, Case's
xelleit work in the box and J enning's
>ase running for Newberry, and the
>Itehing for Green wood.
The second game of the sCries was
dayed yesterday afternoon and was in
eesting throughout. For seven it.
tings the score stood one to nothing
(I pretty platying was done by bot,h
CamDIs. (renwood had a nt.v mt an itn
lie box, Saunders, and he is tie hard
A , man to hit (hat Newberry hias yet
one1 up ugai"ist, bilt they found him in
he 8th and 9th iniirngs aId piled upll
even Scores, 1Making tLC totals sand
to 0. Billy Weddington was im tihe
ox for Newberry, atil he pitched the
:aImo of his life, striking out I mten
n11d allowinig only 4 bits. Saun)d.ers
truck out i a-ld Ilowed U i-its. Tie
bird game will be played this after
loon, and it Will be worth going to s-e.
'he score by innings is is as foilowt :
X I -t :
qewberry 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5- 8 1 2
jreenwollWod 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 1) - 8
Batteries: Veddington ant Iltuss;
'aunders and Allen. Empiue, \\eks
-ise on balls: Weddingto l S 1:1 -
Features: Fred Beuse's home rIun,
Veddingttonl's Clever work in t.he h.%
aid Fox's field work, for Neo "I
md for Greenwood Saunde's ext-ellt111
tching and Allen's work behind tih
Case will pLitc' the game this af, -
1oon for Newherry.
Su*ccesi of aL Ne.wberry i;.y.
Witt pl-ide we wat,ch tile sicte . o a(
qewberry boy. Ftom tw(nIty-oisu :i.
icants Prof. iarvey L, .Jones i
een selected as Su pet-intendent of ,
orkville graded schools.
Best wishes to him in this new liuld:
ongiattltit ions to Yorkville. Tiui
oaL,d of Tcustecs made no tnib'ake in
Prof. Jones is a so) f-ed ucated studen
rom Newberry College-graduating
ith first honor in 189:, and receiving
heI matlematical medal in 1892. Choos
rg teaching as his pi-ofesion, he (aught
s first as ':,tant in iNe wberry gradti d
chools for L-o years after graduatiol
aght t.wo years neceptably in .h
ubte schools at Coloman, T1exas, anti
or the past th.ece yene's has been Ptrin
ipal of the Lae'rol st1eces school in Cot
umabia, S. C. IIere he has given en
Ire~ salibiactlon to the Board't of Tons
ces5. lIe gave satisfaction to tte mia
orILy of tuis patro.)s who regret to see
imr leave, but rejoice att his prionot,ion.
Prof. Jonies is a man tof line moral
har'acter' antd strottg per'uonal ity. rThe
est wishes cf N awberry follow h imi.
A q1uiet homie mzat.riage took ptlace in
rospel)'ty at hlalf-past 8 o'tlock Sun.i
hay ev~en ing, ;.un ith I, at Itie home of
he bride's parenits, M.. anti M e's. l1. Ii,
tLtsselt, w hcn I oelr chariminig dangh
er, Nliss Magg,ie Ivou, was wedded to
)e'. JIacob S. Wheeler, juntior milembert2 (of
ho fti.rm of ilutnter & Wheeler, drug
isla arid p)tysicianis of Prospieolty.
biesc two haipply soul s I io onei wats per'
ormied by Rev. WV. II. lliller, ipastor of
Jrace Lutherani Chuirch, ill the borne
>airor of the be'ide, andi was wiltnessed
>y members of the family and two or
Tbch bride and groom numnber among
the most popIuar young pe'opl e of Lthe
younty, and 'fic IIerald antd News jol is
,vithi their hosts of friends in extendinig
Mr. Editor: Please allow us space in
y'our wortby columns to return ouri
hieart-felt thanks to ouro neighbors an.d
rrienids for' their many kindneseis
shown us during the illness arnd dea:lI'
Af our darling little son, John Perry,
and may your hearts not soon be mad"
to foel so sad as ours have been.
.J. A. (C. Kibie' and( family.
Jtune 10, 1900.
Not a Trustteo.
ApplIcants for the B'urton school
should send thei' 'il,ptli.ons tolDr.
W. D. Sonn, Loogshorc, 8. (C., and ,
to W. G. Peterson, as I have resIgn' ti
as trustee aft er a continuous servIce o.f
23 years. 1Rospectfully,
WV. G. PETERSON.
Co to Smith Co's. for Fruit Jara.
Rubbers at 50, per dozen. At, Mitle's
corner'. t&f 4t
Eggs a'ndt Chickens.
Best prices paid for eggs and chickens.
14L. C. J. McWhirter'.
Please add to your telephone list:
Y. 3. Pope, residence, 130.
2L ~.And oblige,
26 t&f. . W. FLoYD.
:lecutive co0ill01tee Mecting.
k CJUNTY ('ON'VINi1 itr CoIbfi FOlt
JUIN 1) Tf) A11111r NE:W U1.4!.
omily Ioru'll of ('4,t1tol, Comity Dli pon,loor
LVtid ('oMt1ty St huhw isors Throwat
Into like Prinary--Tho Uonty
CUturuiga Arrainged for.
Tihe Comity Dem1oerat,ie Ixe'ltive
omm itte iet in the Court House oi
iattrdily and tiilsaet.ed Col s iderable
TwenAy-ei hIt of Litethi rty i-eig hteluib-;
in thel, coulnty were represented at th
CouinV ChAtirman Behuln-l-gih pre
ied at the 1wetinr alnd itn (alling the
11inetinog to order stated that at the last
mieeting of the Colmmitee it was de
Lide(l to vo!e for agistrates byv townt
iZi, and it So happenied t hat a great
matly voters inl the county l1'.Id in one
townsilip id belon.red to n1 e'11b inl an
Lther', and uinkder that. decisiin it was
the opinion of sone that a voter woulid
have to vote il ( ti town"Ihip in which
lie lived, and in order to lo tiis now
1ltbs would have to l'e organized. lie
ilso stated that 1m had 1)eItitions 01' re1
11uests froml persons inl tle county ask
jig that tiey ht allowed to orga%,iZe a
iew eInbh, aid it WOUld be neeersary for
:L CouL.N'ty Conv%ention to admit them.
After considerable d iseusion the fo,
loWing resou1 iit), toller'ed by INi'. J1. C.
hallrts, wa adopted:
hsolved, 'That. a County Convent ion
Ic called to meet on M.\onday, tho !0
la y of .1ly, 1900, to admit, new clubs
Id to trans:'et any other busiless t i
a111y cole before it: th'it, the ellubs 1
lled to meet oi SauLrday. .J uly i tI
'd that clubs that have not reorga-I
.ed1 meet thlie sa 'ne day and ri organi,
'cet delegats to the ('outy Conven
oi and a mnilb-'r of tle Colnity 1)e 1
>eratic E'xc'otive Comiit tee.
Mr. .1. Fred Stch11mpe rt mloved that
le action of the Coilinittee at its last
m1ee0tig rla0ttive to the civf'tion of
lg1istrates b)V town:hip-, he re-scinded.
I . J. C .11almrs moved to lay Al 1',
11ml11W:rt' m1otlioll oi thl tablo, which
' Coinmit tec refused to do by a vote
i: to 12, as f-)Uows:
ayesN-W. T. Tarrani, .1. W. Uar
,1i, W. P. Housc.al, .1. L. Koitt, II.
N. O'rossoll, J. W. D). Johnlsonl, .1.
1 scbum-port, .1. It. F"Alers, J1. 1 .
m'on. C. 1B l>uargie, 1 1'T C llaniter, TP
.H eltiz, C H). A ull-13.
i eas --Jacobl Sen n, F. I., ay bin. W.
. 'etcroll, A . 1'. Coleuim"l. .1. . Nich
W. IP. 1M h J1. A. i il.nrd, J). c.
Liers, I I. T. I 'our, J. \V. Wert-S, .
.\Vi , . 1). lladfacre- 12.
The oiiiH motion w s then : )dopt
d by acclami'.ion.
I r. .1. 1 Keiet hn olT.red the fol
low inlg resolutio ln, whieb was aLdopted:
iZ-2solved, 'Pthat Magibtra'es of New
berry couity shall he 1ominiated by
the primary election by the Democratie
11tbs of each judicial district votilng
ror candidates within its terriory, and
that each member of tile ciubs wilhin
sid dist.rict,s r townships shall he e.I
Litled to vote for 81aid Al agistrate of
MI r. .1. WV. D. Johnson moved t,batt the
County Bloar'd of Conitr'ol and Count.y
l) spenser lie niominated1 by the 1irimar'y
plan. T1his motion received a second,
[Lnd Messra5. J1ohnoson, J1. P. B3anks, R.
TI. C. Hu nter and others spoke in its
AIlr. Wi. C. SIligh added as8 an0 amend
ment to the miotioni that Suib-Comm iiis
sioners of the Coounty be included, and
it waLs accept ed.
AI e. J. A. liinard moved to tahle the
mo' ion, aL yea and naiy vote wats called
for ande thle motion to taLble wus lost by
a vote of 16I to 11, as follows:
Nays-W. TI. Tarrant, J1. WV. ICar
ha~rd t, WX. P. HJouseal, IL.1H. Grenekce",
J. L. IKeit t, II. S. N. C2rosson, WV. C.
Sligh. J. WX. I). J1ohuison, WV. G. Peter'
son, J . Fred Sch umpert, .J. iH. ["ellers,
1C. T1. C. Hunit.er, 11. T. Long, J. WX.
Werts, 'T. M. lJentz, J1. 1. Banks-l16.
Yeas-Jacob Senn, F. 1E. Matybin, A.
P'. Coleman. J. S. Nichols, J1. P. lI ar
mon, W. P. P oughi, JI. A. Kinard, C. I:.
W'. I. Ilalfactce-11.
Th'Ie original vote was Ithen put, and
ni'opted by at rising vote of 17 to 7.
Mr. J. C. Chalmers tben ol'ered the
liesol vedl, Thiat the Supervisors of
B -:.istration for the County 1)0 noml
~ed by the primary.
Me. WX. C. Sligh movedl to IIable tho
tion, which the Committece did by a
t-e of II to 8. as followvs:
it, . P . Itlouscal, It. 1I1. C rencker,
is. Keitt, 1I. S. N. C'rosson, WV. C
iiz, J1. WX. I). .Johnson, WX. G. P ete
- , J1. Fred( Shiumnpcrt, J1. iB. Felers,
1.'P Pough, it. TI. C. I lunter', 'T. M.
Nays-Ja cob Sennf, J1. P. 1Hairmon, J.
KI' nardI, C. B?. Eargle, Jf. C. Chal
It2 ll.'. I,oung, .J. W. Wo'rts, J. J.
.Ii r. W . G. Peter'son oieried the fol
in re, sohitioni, whIich wvas adopted:
liesolved, TIhat all candidates pay to
Tlreasur'ert of the Executive Comn
cc the amont of their assessments
torc the first campaign meet,ing, and
hLat any candidate wvho falls to pay hit
.sessment by that time, the votes cast
fo' hi m she1!I not. bo coumnted.
Tbch assessmeint for candlidatecs for
(ounty Dispenser was fixed at $4. Can
s idat.cs for members of Ib>ard of Con
trol and County Comir,~soner's were
On niotlon, the followi:'g comnmittee
was appointed to aranigo a schedule
for the county campaign: W. P. 11o0s
cal, J1. 0. Chalmers, J. L. Keitt, d,. F.
Banks and H. Tr. Lng. The commit
te reported as follow:; and the :c lw
ule Was adopted:
('(WtNTY C'..\M '.\I;N ,'III-:A, I'L :.
o. I I lolinalia, I h v Ilt y, , ..
No. 1) .Jolly N Pe, 'riday, .\u;r. 10.
N o. 1. Younlg',s (irove, :. turlday, .\u
No. 8--17topia, \\ednesdlay, .\ug . I:,
No. 7 -W \ illialus's Store. 'Ilhurmlay,
No. 6 --I .igshon's, l"iday. \ ng. 7
No. .7 -- Splearmiao's Spring, S 1itmunlay,
No. I -\Whitmiire', \\'edneslay, Au
No. 2 T. W. K eitt'z-, Friday, .\ug. 21.
No. 1--Newberry, Saturday, Aug. 25.
No. I-West. Ind, Sattirday night,
'I'll ComHity Cihtirtl-1) was atithol -
izti to cbange the date of ither of the
CampaI1ign' n:CAting1,S in) (1a:e thOy Should
happllen o coll!itt with the 'ounty
Ftill'rm s' li sti(itc.
ST.\TE: C'.AMP\A(;N C'k).NIMITTE-:E.
The followititt Com iitte of .\rrang-c
niits Wts apI)p)intd fOr the State Cm
pAwgn meeting at Newberry: County
Chairmurn A. N,. '. 1 ideilnaughli, (i'h.,
.1. I-ed Schmullpuet, .no. i. 'ellers. \l.
i. Speariiai and .A aco) .-,eu.
T.le Coin mit tee adjoot'lied to Ineut, oin
.tily 911h, imnt-ediately aflter thle Gounty
Conivention ad journs.
Ni IIE1) UNl (itUA U 'jlVA CAN iA)CtTi).
VIl Ib C'npttircl r it ilt Plroaiabilty ToElay
niuld pitoll, F4111 tng YXIII 611i-r.
)11 WVediesday of last. Week s,omeo of
t i YOUllg men of Ill)en section wele
t hiliting and V1e1tle aCi-OSs it I)CeCulia'
ii:al in the swaiip on Second creck.
''' Ihe descript ion given it. was sole
tiling like an Anerieai lion--h-eing
shagy about the head and louldves
while tile hinder portion was close
haired--the front part being some six
Or Vight inches higher than the rear.
This stlrange aniflmad Ihat ben r'avagiIg
tie turkey and oo0se W property of the
citizens-dost roy ifig in somei nistalves
whole flocks (if same. When aro1sed
from its laii' it bO)nded aWL with, tre
IMmindovs lIaps and Loon distanced all
pursuit; fortunately, however, it was
unabhle to take one of its progeny along
it itn light., and it Was catIuIred, Anld
is now in possezs:ioni of \I '. ... \. Simher.
It is it reiarkably beaitiful alnimal,
resemin 110g, mre than alnytlhi ng esI, a
trvea( 111u;y puppy. and wouhd h! pro(
noun1e1Cd at lihst ighlt a Idog: buit, (i
cOSlVr ob-trvationl OiV is CoIlStraLiIld to
chnga his opinion: its head is li-,l
and hcavy, eyes close together and pe
culiar-ly blght and bhaek: the head and
shoulderm are V'cVUeed with long i-lk
hir1, whilst from the shoulders hack
the lHauce is eqval to that of (lte firnest,
Merino ol S:mthdown sheep. \henl
first handled it. wo!dd only curl up and
omit, a growl, showing it:, flingi -161o all
the world like an olmmsum: but it very
sooi wenm gentle and follows M r.
1arond t.he place. It is utterly dC
void (Of feai', and 11fPter it lot of t tOto)le
anil enie has begn ito take at Iiittle
s .veet mnilk< for nibi'Shmenit. M r. S , in
order1 Lto keepli I al ive, had to k i!I sov
crail 431chees, whIlh it devourled raive
T1he little fellow is a beautifnl white
and black sp)otted( anhI nal. Mr'. S. wil
take him to Newber'ry in a few diay s
to let, him be seen.
TIhe wvhole neig-hiboihood ua making
ia round] upl dr ive todaty ( Monday3) to try
and eflect thle catureii of the mother.
11est1 UmbreI'Clla in the wVorld for' the
money at W\oot.en'e. m&f t,f
New lot, (of New Ilnglanld Watches
j ust in. Come ini and1 see us.
t tf D)aniels & Co.
A chice3 aissiment,111 of fr'esh eaindies
att Gi ldci's Corner I rug Mtor'e. t& fi f
We fit the hard t ) lit, ceciet (clothing
at, right pices at Wooten 's.
I lSohold amiimoia Go, 5. pcir bot t,le at
Gi ldeir's C'orner Druig Stor'e. t.&ft,f
Tooth, Nail and1( lairi Ihrushies, and1(
Brluishes of all kinds, at, GhIder's Coirner
D)rug St,ore. t &ft f
A 5c. bott'Ie of our amimon ia will r'e
mIove all oil spots from y'ouri Subit, alnd
give it at firesh aippe'aranmce. Gi lder''
Coirncur D)rug Store. t &f tf
Tyour' 10(3. box (of Toilet Soap. I
cani't be b3at. G ilder's Coirner Drugmi
Silk Gloria Uimbrella, 98 cenlts i
Wooten's- t&f t,f.
0O11 scroCnf (1001s are' g~uarati'teed Lr
stop) llies---and gIve sat,isfaction in ever)
part,icular. St-ewartL 11ros,
l10. 11. Leslie, Man
Mastonl's tFruit Jartts andil Hulbbers', low
est, cash pr1ices, it Gilder's Coirner' Du
Storec. t& ft s
.l iry ou r Sc. TIalc um I 'owdier, as lairg<
a box as Mennen 's. Gi ler's Cor'neu
D)rug Stoic. at
I f y'ou needl any co011umns, baluist-irs o1
turnedC( worik glt o)ur pi3cs be0fore y*oi
buy. We wvill saive youi money. Satis
faction guitaanteed. ST-''aIno1 Bios.
Gener'al Wagon 1and( 1luggy Itepiri
I ng (do11 on short notice. an id hor'se
shoeing a bpecilalt,y, by S. K. honk
n ight,1 frontIng pulic 1(3 luarec, New
bJerrly, S. C. 31.
WVe canrt op1 t h tm-t-he hics. U si
otur screen (10or andmi windows.
IX. It. Leslie, Man.
For Iftlry 0s nt.
Iron F"oot Plow stocks-at the New
berry Ilatrdwarc CJo.'s. f&t 4t,
An Exej'tioni to thme uin.'
A shop where yo1u can get what yo1
want and when you want It.
I STUAnT UnRos.
IE IIT LT.Ery,r Managem. ....tf
-ill fr it
SKILL - - -
S'-o thle I ree
All of thesso von
ge. by blavin,
yor work (ono
at. the . . . . . .
NEW' DiIIQ( STORE,
where ymu gt Fresl 1ru11gs
we have I ohl tock
thing new. Everyt1ing gnur
todttfd at the
NAM.: Oil EVLiy PIECE.'
IN f a
Somebody at home will be waiting
tonight for a box.
The "Name on Every Piece" is
IP. 8.-. hatveJ P't benil adoj)C seitl agent
for LownIey's Ilamous Chocolateis and
lIon lions for this city. lPull line .I
fresh goods always on hand in hulk aind
ST A TNE OF SOUT Il L A liOLlNA.
MI innie L. lIutinIfgton, and JRenaI It.
D)ickson, I 'latintiY against I lenryr I.
I i un t,ng ton, De fend ant..
Sum mons for Itdlief. (Complaint
Tio thle Defen(II(dants abov Niamed:
YITOl; Altk HIkR lW~ St'MI ONEI
.1. and requni red to ans wer~ the com-u
plitt in Lbhis retiona of which a copy is
herewith set .'ed up Ion youl, and to serve
a copy of your ans'-.rto the sid com
pla11int on the subsibIIers at, I heirohlliee
at, Ne w betry, in sid( Site, wv i hini ,wen t,y
daiys aft.or .LI-c er g'cchereof; exclusive
of t i c Citv of s whl se'vice: andl i f you fail
IA, ;a'swer the0 01 omplin t, wit,h In Li,be
t,ime atfore.sad, the p'ainti1f in this it
tio i will appilly to LIhe (ourt for the re
lief dlemandeLd in thle comainit.
'ia int.i ff's A ttornecys.
D)ated March 21.h , .\. 1), 1900Ot.
To the lDefendanit, Illenry 1). Ifuint
iiglon: 'ITake noticei that the comlit
in tlhSit e ion ItogeLte with the 'sum
mtons, of wichel the foregoing is a cop)y,
were fi led with the Clerk of the 'o~u rI
of Common I 'leas, for Newherry Coun
ty, in the St ate of South Carol ina, 01n
t.he thIrt,een th dity of Martch,l A. D.,
lfl00. NOW FRt & I3Y NI'M,
laint,i fs A tto)neys.
Newberry, S. (.
Land and security Co,
WILL, lIUY AND) SICLLr
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
0. B. MAYER, President,
JNo. M. KINAltD, S00. and Treao.
Our buyers are back
from New York. Our
lines are all complete.
We invite your inspec
values, polite attention,
fair dealing. Splendid
assortment in all de
partments. See our
Dress Goods , Irilmilings,
White Good , Wash Goods, Liient,
Linienl 1)arnms.1k vitl Napkins to
mnatch, Htaindkerchiefs, losiory,
Underwear, Saill Notions,
Am-erien's Aeading W. 1I. Cosets,
Pereielo, (Ginghilkans, Calicoos,
Duick, ('rashts, Domestics,
all at lowest, prices and of stidard
Moln's 'shoom, Bioys' Slik-o'L,
Laieos' and Children's Shoos,
1and (xfords. All solid.
All gumanteed. No shoddy.
Wo wish to direct your spoecial
atttion to our
Nover hofore htvo wo boon No voll
equpipped to servo yon Well Is nlow.
Wo have an oxlpert I i rimmer, 111(1 your
liat. or mlonnlet. mado by her will
S11rely he 'a t hinlg of belauty."
We want to show you through our
stock. (livl' us tho opportuliity and
Wo aro Coifidont of Ileasing you.
Y0uIr I' ruly,
The Nowborry Ilardwaro Compiny
wouild call i attention fthiubi
to the fact tha l hn y haebuh
(out .1F. A. Scho rtg. n
t.bat they will conduct, the busiinoss
at the ol stand, an'd( will always
have on hanrd at the lowest prices,
Agricultural iplemenouts of all
Pows, Plow Stills, ira00 (hallls, Illillo8,
Biiltr'o0s, llarrows, altiyalors,
And (overything nioodod( oul (lh farm.
Harness Made to Order.
lHopairinLg neatly L.nd promptly (done.
WoT also1 carry i' large line of
SAD)DLI'URY arid HIARNESS,
B ID L)ES, COLLAIRS, COLLAR
PADS, and ini fact, overything
found in a well assorted Stockt.
F. A. Schtumpert,
I ram now prepareI'd to suIIpy the pub
lic with all the ice they mfay demand
for the sumrnmer.
My wagons will he put on to-day.
.\ny one waintinrg ec from wagon wvill
p)lease notify me at once. This will
assist mec gieatly in making out route
I'lease get, tickets and do not ask the
dIriver' do chiargoi anything. Ice will be
rold strictly for cashl.
I solicit your patronage, assuring
you the best possible service.
Hiabject 0 at, l'omaria.
I will furnish a Iiest-class bar'baco
at P'omrlra oil Eaturday, .1lily '7th.
Pr'ofessiornal Cooks, choice meats and
a day of enjoyment guaranteed to all.
4it Adam L. Aull.
IToilet Soaps, Perfumery and Toilet
Sponges at Gilder's Corner D)rug St re,