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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TA T E D CONVENTIONS 01
Chis lo)dgo -vill to held tho 2n1
and 4th Ttiesiday i.'-hts of each moiti
at 7.30. VIHI11n1 Kulghts cordilil
welcomed. THO08. E. .14PTING,
K. of I. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Buildit%.
Corrected every Tuesday and Frida
bly Summor Bros. I
M eat...................... . . ......... ?i@ 8 ic
Shoulders ........................... 7c
Hams................................. 12@ 14c
Best Lard ........ .......... (b10c
Best Molasses, new crop...... 6Oc
Good Molasses ................... 25@50c
Corn ................................. 70c
M eal .......... . . ......... ........... 70c
1st Patent Flour.................. $5.00
2nd Host Flour.................... $4.50
Strait Flour........................ $4.25
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.5004.00
Sugar ............................. 6 WO6c
Suge................................... 5 8jc.
C e................................. 1 15 ,
Cotton secd meal, per sack ... .15
Balo Hulls, per owt............. 35c.
Butter, per lb .................... 15(I 20c.
Eggs, per dozen ............(a) I(O.
Chickens, each................... 15(a125c.
Peas, per bushol....... ......... 75c.
Corn, per bushel.................. (0c.
Oats, per bushel.... ............. 35 M0c.
Sweet potato0s ...................3 675c.
Turkeys, per lb .... ............ 6 . 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 75(490c.
All kinds of ladles' and men's second
hand clothing wanted, and will pay
good price for them. R. .1. Watts.
2t Newberrry, S. C.
For burns, injm-l!s, piles and skin
diseases use DeWit-t's Witch Hazel
Salve, it is the oliflonal. Counter
feli! may be offered. Use only Do)witt's
Gliders Cottict Drug. Store.
utib-Trtawo oi to iect
Th Sub-Trustee of Alliance E0x
chage will met at Newberry on July
13th, immediately after County Alli
Jos. 1,. K Im-,
Co. Ttruece Stockholder.
Where are no het!er pills imlade than
DeWitt's Little i,arl Risers. Always
prompt and certa. ("ilders Corner
Little Moullakn Rounion.
The reunion will b,; held -July 20th.
The railroad promises ample accom
modations. Roun1 !rip tickets will be
sold until the moring of the 19th at
50 cents, after that ; 75 cents. Tick
ets on sale at Willian. Johnson's store.
DoWitt's Little Early Risers are fain.
ois little pills for liver and bowel
troubles. Never gripe. Gilders Cor
ncr Drug Store.
Don't Vnil To Go
On the excursion ti ain to Charleston,
8. C., on the mnornli of July 17th. Re
t.urnlng, leave Cihar':eton July 18th at
8 p. mn. F'arc, $2.50 f.ir round trip. We
promise goodl order.
2t. James P'. Trodd, Manager.
Onme Minute Coughx Cure is the only
harmnles remedy (hut produces immedi
ate results. Try it. (4llders Corner
County AllIsmme Meeting
Th'le Count,y A'llanmce will meet, In the
Court, H-ouse at Newber'ry on Friday,
13t,h Instant, at 11 o'clock. All All
ande ar requestedl to send delegates
adtheir annual dues.
R. TI. C. HUNTElt, Pre.
C. F. BOYD, Sec.
We wIll serve a lirst-class barbecue
at St,. Luke's on T1uesday, 31st Instant.
*A good dinner Is assur'ed. Come, and
.rJ. T. HUNTPEl.
N. i1. LESTER.
}The Farmers Institute for Newberry
County will be held at Ponmaria on Frl.
dlay, 27th Inst. The~ Institute will be
held under the auspices of the Faculty
of Clemson College. Further announce
A P'owd~er Mili ExplIosion
Removes everything In sight; so do
*drastlc mineral pills, but both .are
mighty dangerous. Don't dynamite
the delicate machinmery of your body
with calomel, crot.on oil or aloes pills,
when Dr. King's New Life Pills, which
are gentle as a sunmner breeze, do the
work pae.fectly. (Cares Headache, Con
stipat ion. Only 25c. at all dIrug stores.
A Tihier f 1aught.
Policeman Franklin succeeded In lo
eating s'omo stolen dry goods a few
days ago, and Saturday night captured
hehIein the person of Ifany Jones,
colored. The nogr~o woman had been
cooking for Mr 1B. M1. West at h is restau
rant and had stolen the goods from Mr.
West's residence. The theft, was re
ported to Policeman Franklin and he
has captured both the goods and the
'thief. She Is in jail and will be tried
by Magistrate Chappoll In a few daye.
Bewvaro of Ointment-, for (Jatnarrh thn
s mereury will sure;y destroy the aenso of
mcil and completel.v d .ran'ge the whole sys
em when entering it, thr:,ugh the mucous
urfacee. Such artteks ' honi ml never be used
xoept, on prcerlpti: -na 'rhn repuitable phy
ns. s the damage ' hey witl do is ten
(to tjo good you cn, possibly dertivo from
hom. ilal l's Oati.rrhm u r, nmtm,fac turedl by
.J Ohoney & Co. Toldedo, 0. cntains no
eteury, and is take., Itenally, acting dli
ety upon the blood and mucous surfncoo
tiht systom, In bu;.Iimg Hall's Catiarrh Uure
*eure you get the gi niuine. i l taken in
rnally, and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F J
hone & Co. Teatimonuuials freo,
SaIe am yrgit prc a t. berbottle.
VAWOUS AND ALL AmU0r.
Soe health notice.
Miss Fannie Rodelsporgcr is viSIt!'r
at MI'. W. H. Carwile's.
Mlre. Rodel.pergor, of Na!sIhville
Tenn., i.. visiting MNrs. leanniv Martin
miss Leona pting is visiing ri0La
tives and friends at Slighs.
Our editorial space is taken up by tht
report of the county convention.
The Lutheran congregation has vote
their pastor a six w%eck's vacation.
Prof. S. A. Merchant of Whitmir<
has been in the city for the past fem
W. F. Suber is announced as a candi,
date for Magistrate for No. 11 Town.
See notice of the annual iceting 01
the stockholders of the Newberry Land
and Security Company.
Mr. A. E. P. Bedenbaugh will leavc
on Saturday for Washitgton, having
secured an appointment in the censuE
department. Ills friends In Newberry
wish him success.
Mr. G. P. Perry of Denmark is spend
ing a few days in Newberry with hi6
brother, Mr. I. C. Perry
Mrs J. W. White has succeeded in
collecting $11.50 f6r the India sufferers.
Those who have not contributed and
desire to do so will pleaso hand her the
contributions at once.
Mr. E. 11. Leslie bad the misfortune
to get his left hand badly mashed while
putting a belt on a planing machine
m rs. Tench C. pool and children and
Mrs. Wright of Newberry are visiting
at Col C. C. Chases, North Dean street.
Mrs. Geo. P). Wright of Atlanta, who
has been on a visit to relatives and
friends in. Newberry, returned to her
Georgia ho.ne yesterday.
There was anl ic! famine in Newberry
Sunday afternIon. Only a little could
be had in cases of sickness. Monday's
trains brought in a supply.
The same h'dy who once wrote her
grocer to send a dollar's worth and for
got to say whAt .'he wanted, came very
near slilpi ing up again the other day
when she started to send a large sack
for a little peppel. She it is, also, who
some time ago remarked that she did
not like to walk on the rai'road because
it hurt her crossties. She is always
slipping up to the delight of her daugh
ter who enjoys the fun.
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
life of Joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
cures them; also Old, Rtunnimg and
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons,
Corns, Warts. Cu!s, Bruibes. Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains.
Best Pile cure on earth. Diives
out Pains amt Aches. Only 25 ets. i
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
The Trustees of Johnstone Academy
will hold a meeting on July 28th to
elect a Principal and Assistant for said
school. All applications must be in
the hands of the Trustees before that
date. Parties applying wviil please state
terms upon which they will teach.
WV. Hi. Bonn,
D. Q. WVILSON.
U. E. Todd & C'o. SucceetlI . 0. WVIiuam.
I have this day sold my ent,ire stock
of furniture and household goods to
Messrs. Hi. E. Todd & Co., and respect
fully ask my many friends and custom
er's to give them a call.in their new de
p)arture. They will run the btusiness at
my old stand. R. C. WILIAms. f-tf
Newber'ry, S. C., July 5th, 1900.
Invite Your P'atronaege.
W'e have bought the entire stock of
Fur'dtur'e andi Household Goods of R.
C. Williams, and will continue the bus
iness at his old stand. We invite the
patrons of Mr. Williams to continue
their valued patronage with us, and
resp)ectfully ask any and all others who
contemplate purchasing furniture and
housebhold goods to call and see us. We
shall spare no pains to run our bu,siness
on an elevated system. We will be
grateful to all d'~o buy fr'om us either
for cash or on instalments.
ii. E. ToDDl)I & Co.,
f-tf- Successors to R. C. Williams.
Anderson 8; Nowberry 0.
.'nderson, July 9.-Tn the first game
of the series with Newberry, p)layedi
hei'e today, the score Is:
R II E
Ne wberry ........................0 (6 5
Anderson .................. .....8 10 1
Batteies: Wcddington and Buesse;
Rluehr and Lusky. Umpire, Smith.
Time, 2:10.- Special to T1he State.
Dre,wnedc in Saluda.
Geo. D)ulle, colored, on Friday of last
week, attemptedl to swim Ssltuda river
at Old Town and was drowned. He
sank just before he reached this side
while swimming over, llis body was
found a half mile below where he went
down on Monday morning. Coroner
Lindsay went up yesterday and Investi
gated the matter and found that it was
simply a case of g,rowning. Several of
the niogroes frb.nda saw him sink.
'Hi. Life Was Saved,
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citlsen of
IIannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder
ful deliverance from a frightful death.
In tellinig of it ho says: "I was taken
with Typhoid Fever', that ran into
Pneumonia. My lungs beenme hard
doned. I was so weak I couldn't
even sit up in bed. Nothing helped
.me. I. expected to noon die of Cen
sump)tion, when I heard of Dr. Kiuy's
New Dilscovery. One bottle gave great
reelle. I continued to use It. and no w
am well and strongq. I catu't say too
much in its praise." This nmrvellous
medicine is the surest and qulokest cure
I In the world for all T1hroat and Lung
Trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents and
$1.00. Trial bottles free at all Drug
StLoras; every bottle guaranteed.
At i-N wimUE Ttim~ uost1.
Can Idd 11 4minig Iliir How".
.J. N. 3 a.im,
B. . li'a Y singer,
S. S. Cun N inghami,
T. G. Will I ains,
.1. D. S m1ithl,
A. C. ia T at.imier,
J. 11. U Hf appell,
C. ,. II E ase,
M. Ml Burord,
NL. B. Ch A imurs,
F. W. IlIiggi N p,
. . W atts,
P. 11. Don I lieck,
J . N. T aylor,
13. 13. H air,
D. H-. Wi T lberspoon,
W. A. H ill,
(C. TV. Wych E,
W. D). H- ardy,
G. S. M 0 WCr,
C. A. Fcll E vs,
J. If. Single Y
J - C. 1) 0 minick,
J. M. Sch U lpert,
E. 11. Longs H ore,
D. B. Wheel E r,$
J. C. Gogg A n,
.1. R. Pc R dew,
F. M. Lin D sa1y,
J. T. Hutch I son,
F0. M. Schumper T
J1. F llanks,
J. 13. CI A ry,
W. \. Mc Mo R ries,
.1. L. E - Ips,
Charl T on Crom..r,
1-1. H Itikard,
J. C. Chalm E rs,
W. C. Crom E v,
'. S. W or ts,
J. S Who E lei,
S. L'. Fol L crs,
W. E. L ake.
0. 0. F.
At the lIst regular meeting of pI'ulas
ki Lodge No. 20, 1. 0. 0. 14.. the follow
ing oflicers were elected for the em1n1uig
term beginning .1uly (th, 1000, and end
ing December 28th, 1900:
N. G.-D. M. Wilkins.
V. G.-D. ). Knight.
S.-J. M. Davis.
T.-R. J. Brown.
Con.-WIV. H. S.mple.
('.-Rek'V. (". I[. Arm11Stron1g.
L. S. N. G.-P. 13. Odell.
R: S. V. G.--J. W. Watts.
L. S. V. G.-J. R. (1illiam.
It. S. S.-J. A. Goans.
L. S. S.-Andrew Ergle.
I. G.-J. I. Guin.
0. G.-F. i I. Kelipson.
P. G.-T. S. Hudson.
Trustees-D. M. Wilkins, J. M. Da
vis, R. J. Brown.
No Hlight to Ugimnc,an.
The wVofmn who is lovely in face,
form andl temper will always have
falends, but one whlo would ho attrac
tive must keep) her health. If she is
weak, sickly and all run) dJown, she
wvill be nervo.,s and irritable. I f she
huas constipation or kidney trouble, her
impure blood( will (ause pimples,
blothes, skin eruptions and( a wretched
complexion. Electric Bitters is the
best medicine in the worb(l to regulate
stomaich, iiver~ and kidneys and to purl
ry the blood. It gives strong nerves,
bright eyes, smooth, velvety skin, rich
complexion. It will imike a good
looking, chiartingu wom)anu of a run
down invalid. Only 50 cents at all
WXe have been requested to state that
grand jury willl expcct, thle magistrates
of the count,y to have their books here
at the July term of court, 23d Inst., for
We the undersigned t,rustees of
Union Academy, school distelct No. 32,
will receive app)licat,ions for teacher.
ApplIcat,ions mlust be In by the last of
July. Salary $30 per1 mont,h. School
runs six or seven months. No. 10
Wmn. M. Ba.bb, Chairman,
J. ,J. Gallmnan, Secretary,.
WV. G3. Enlow.
Our' stock of SprIng and Summer
Millinery is now offered at greatly re
duced prices In order that nothing may
be carried ovor to another season.
Trher'e are substantIal values and per
fection in finish and taste wvhich the
ladies will do well 60 Iinsweet. They
need no eiborat,e descript.Ion. Call
andl see th~e st-ylys and take advantage
of the reduced priices.
THE RIsEn ILuLINERY CO.
Celery Stands, Butter Dishes,
Cake Plates, Syrup Pitchers,
Sugar D)ishes, Spoon Holders,
Cream Pitchers, Fruit Stands,
Waiters, Knives, Forks,
Tea and Table Spoons,
Sugar Spoons, Butter Knives,
Gravy Ladles, Soup Ladles, &e.,
made in quadruple plate ONLY. We
also hatve a new lot of Sterling Silver
Tea Spoone and a few Seth Thomas
Clocla left which MUS,r go.
T1lh C0UNTY CONVENTIN
1lARlMONt'-S G iTEilio NO 01F Minjlo.
CRIATs OF.' N I gtit4V COUNT NN.
'I'h eQutintjn of Ad iat It I tg New Uuoi At-tj,,I
Oat1--The N.tOlojiiat M emocrativ, Tic-ket
lteimrtly I ni(Io"ett -Il.n . L . 11liftl
E<ntdormt for 1.ras ata-m oer
The Coluty (onvention met prolnpt
ly at II O'Clock yesterday morning am
it was a pretty full convention, nearly
all the clubs in the county being repre
County ChairIan A.;E P. 1ieden.
baugh called he convetitfon to ordcr
and stated that the first business would
bu the eletcion of a tenpornry chair
J. C. Chalmers nominated C. L.
Blease, Esq., fot teinporary president,
the tiomint,ion was seconded by T. 11.
Perry, and lr. Bleas was unanlimous
ly elected temporary president, ) tc
Mr. Blease in taking the chair said:
"I assure you gentienien, that I appre
ciate the coin plimient, and the more so,
in consideration of the fact, of the pe
culiar poSitioli I now hold, inl regard to
mny home county. I will servae you in
partially and to the best of any ability.''
J. C. Chlalmers by virtue of being See
retary of the Execut-ive Commnittee was
Seevetary of tho convent ion and .J. W.
Earhard, was elected Assistant, Secre
HOLL OF INIjurres.
''he followin)g is the 1'(ll as aide up
for the convnltionl.
TOWNSHII' NO. 1.
Old Meu's Club-W. T. Tarrant, t.
1". B3oyd and ). 1. W i el er.
Young MIen's Club-O. l. Sela
pert, Eduard Scholtz, 11. J. Voss, -'.
Cabaliss, . . I)jaiminiuc and J.
Garolina Club-Geo Johnst:me, W. It.
unt, L. W. .iones, 1. HI. 4[unt, J. \
Bass, . 11. Welch atnd .1. }M. John
Factory Clb-C, I.. Bease, J. A.
8 nn, 'T'. B Ll'v-ry, Chas. Ilouglas, J. 11.
Chappell, J Z. AdaIL4, T. H. Hudson,
C. - l. Tiu well, It. , Le wie, R1. C.
Maybin, . B. Coodman and .1no.
l artford ( A1 b--l. M. I lawk ills.
.ohnstonle Acadeiy Utbih-J. Cal
Neel atnd J. (). Nee.
- Mulberry Club-S. .. Cunningham.
10t. liethel Club-WII. C. 111own.
Garialny Club-J. J. 11. Ilrown and
It. B. Litz-1e3.
Mayhilntoll Club-- .1no. L. K'ppq.
. Alt-- Plelaant Clb-- . .S ih
Whitmire Club-Jtio. V. Scout, W.
A. Andrews and G. T. Abrams.
Long Ialane Club-A. A. M awk ins and
Dr. R, C. Carlisle.
Ja!apa Club-W. C. Sligh and . Mt.
Conser'vati ve Club-J. Wt. D. Johnson
and J. I). Smiith.
Old Men's C'lub--W. G. Peterson, TV.
P. Pitts, TV. I". Iliarmon and S. E. Sennt.I
Saluda Club-W~. II. Handers.
Chappellsa Club-A . P'. Coleman and
WV. R. Reld,
Vaughanville Club-M. J1. Longshore
and B. W. Goodwinj.
Utopia Club-J. Fred Schumnpert,
W. E. Lake tantd Ben P'assinger.
Warehouse Club-S. B. H-awvkins,
J. B. Fellers, S. L. Fellers, 13. 13.
Schumnpet,, B. B. I lair, HI. P. Wicker,t
J. B3. Cook and C. A. MITfett.
St. Luke's Club-A. E, P. Beden
baugh, J. 8. NIchols and J. I. Bedeni
Saluda Club-J. P. HIarmon, L. L.
Dominick and J. E. Boozer.t
O'Neall Club--G. S. Moorc, Jn o. H- c
Koon and Jno. S. HIarmonj.t
Mvt. Pilgrim Club-J. Mv. Schumnpert
and T. M. MIlls.
Swilton. Club-C. 1B. Eargle, J. 10. e
Shealy anud J. B. Luthan.
Liberty Club-R. T. C. Hutnter', C.
F. Hunter and N. R. Lester.
Unilon Club-TJ. J. Wilson and W.
Jolly St. CIlub -J. A. C. Kibler' and
C. Mv. Singley.
St. Paul's Club-W. 1I. Kiblor anid J.
B. lBedenbanag b'.
Central Club-Jno. D). Shealy and W.
NC). I I.
Zion Club-IR. 1'. (romeor and Mv. 11.t
St. Ph illip's Club- Ben Hlalfacro and a
WV. 13. Counts.
Walton Cliui-XV. Hi. Folk and W.
F". Suber- .r
Pomarila C,lub--O. 11. Counts and G.
1Fork-CIub -J. (2. Chalmers.
T1he roll was called and the con ver.- I
lion declared ready for
The temporary organiza,.tion was
A. E. P'. B :denbuaugh nomInated I)r.
WV. F. Lake and W. H1. Hunt, Esq., for
1st and 2nd Vice Prosidenuts of tho-con
venilti, andi they were unanimously
Mr. Buenbaugvh, as Chairman of the(
county, stated that, t,hu convention land
been called for the purpose of consider-!
ing the petitions for new clubs, which I
was necessary in order to a.ommonae.
eertain votierls Who lived in o: towni
shilp ald bleloI t'o 0 a clu inl aloth,
in order ihtiat ty could vote for Magis
Mlr. Mh-dvinbatigh here preSk-ntid ',
peltiitio froit vitizens ill the Coloiiy
church secaion, tho petitionl containling"
ti Imiit4s of 26 voters, a4kin,1 thal. tihley
b'- allowed to orga1i.'A. a nlew (-lubt to be
known asl 1.he 04ly Demlocrat ie ('lilb.
A kso one rito No. w41s1 i) Pair
view A.:Ilulmy -a'kill it.mi' ion to
organize, to he knownI as Wairview
Also one from No. S. township, east
side of Iushli river, asking, to organize
under th I name of 1:ast Side I)moloral
i Club, to ileet at 0 se residence of ji1.
N. 1'. Hayes.
\V. L'. .\Motes stated that he had beeni
reeqsted to presilt, to the Convention
the request to organmiz a olub to bo
Ciowii as the \\'ebsteVI )emocrati
Club, inl the Vaugtll:ville Section, six
miles from where aniy chilb now ileet,s.
Ito stated that at petitiOln aILd been
signed up1), but lid bween lost.
.1. t.red Svhumlil)purl't. imoved that all
pet'iLions lie referred to a connilittee of
live to le appoinIted by the president, of
tle colvenltioln, collimitteo to repor(
back immediately t. the ColVeILionl.
A. '. '. Iedenbaug Iloved as a
suIlbstittle that. le comm lit.tee he comll
posed of onle lilemberl from each towii
sh Iip1. Adopted.
The chirman appointed te follow
ing committe: No. 1, ("'. . Johnstone:
No. 2, \V. C. Browil: No. 3. J. 1. Smith:
No. -1, Johnt W. Scott: No. ;5, W. C.
lg:No. it, 'I . 1'. 1'it,.s: No. 7, 11. .1.
I,nghoe:No. S, J1. F red S."hum llpert:
0.Ahln H. Pullers: No. to, J1. A. t'.
ier2'. No. II. \V. I". Counts.
The (lon) il- Ltee retired and procied
Ii to bmi.iness'5.
MR 0. UiEA.\S: .N IE miMEI.
11'. U. C.. Carlid il stated that lie had
maIl-ltt-r tO b I J I- b Ore l.e collvenl
ioil of porsolm inl(erest to the eb'ir
11mI, acid Dr. V. I. l.ak:" 1st ViVe
pres-idlunt, took Ihm cAuir.
DI'. Carli'lA then said: IheAievin;, I hat
Newherry ('ounty is entWi!ed to som i
Le (molillnents uf otflic. anl' having; a
.andidate on tie S ie ticket., a mnii
Xbo hh MS iS coInIty wi hll faith
'111"0-- inl the( pa,L't inl the0 Ge irl A\s
ebly, antd believing that he is fully
111111ifed to fill tile oillee to which he
lpires with llonolr to the llcounliy, I take
ileasurc ill offering the followinl re.,r .
Wierens Cole L. Blease, q.', I, a
Iandifiate for thle 0n1ou of U(nilcm.nant
3overlor, and we knowl hill to be fully
jualificd to perform the diltics of that
J111ce, its hie has served us il tle I.-gis
ture and inl other inporti.t places
Or Ll past, tel years, giving fii'fill
Litd satisfactory srivice at, all timcts:
Iesolved, Thal, ve,, the representa
ives of tile Democi-ney of Newberry
'I0ay-, in convent.ion asseibled, take
>leasii-C in) cildol.ring himi1 for t he offleo
>f Lieultenant Governlor., anid present,
lilli to the DInmocrats of S Ith Caroo
iua am One worth y of their. coIfidence
1". H1. Dominiek said he seconded the
esolution wvith pleasurae.
al.k seconld ing tile rlut(li ion, stat1 cng
hlat lie did so not1, biecauise lie was a
ll5i1rsona fr'iendcl, clot bCeauise he was a
ncmber' of hiis club, but, because 11e
:cnew that. hils eleet ion wouild he an hon11
>l' to his county'i..
J1. (. (Chalmel's said hIe secned t he
esolut1Ion wih lea)l'1sureC beCause lie had
menCI associatted with hima since a cild1(
t school, in busins andS tin po 101Lies,
nd knew that he w~as fully qualilled to
'Cpresent is count1 ly withi honor01 and1
T1he resoluto w1111 as unan'IIi mously
Mi'. Bleaso thien said: I sincerely
hank you for thi co(011~mimnt. I feel
t an hionor', aund I feel it the mior'e so
ince I ccan tell you that after' vhisiing
leveni counties inl this State, that fiae
lonllt feelings have been bur cied and
h1at the mu id -sli nger' Is no longer l is
cened to. TodayL'i the men1 inl t,he Statc
ampaign are maliking their rales onl
le'irmerits. A nid 1 am gladl to say
hat ftir the past few days I have been
cere at homo I ind that ini my own
lunt,y a f.elinig of good-wlli anti
r'iendshi p p)revails. I am glad that
he (lay hlas come when Sout,h Car'o
liianis can joini hands and11 go hand In
and irre'spective (If p)ast alfilliations.
again thalnk you foc' this honor'.
ul1:m:S 'r'A i 1:N.
On mottion oIf .1. N. Hass the convenl
ion took a recess of thiirty m1inuctes to
wait tilte replort of the Comnmittete on
The Chairmani cald the 110convenon
o order anod .J. M. John1 1sttne antd \. r:.
4ake were appo inLi td a commi11ttee to1
ce when th1:ecomiittee oIn pet i ttin
:oiild be ready to report. Th'ley s;tatedt
hat the comnmittee would repIort inl live
IIRYAN AND SlJE'NSON ENDORSED;1.
IF. 11. D)omnicek, i's(j., spoko as fol
nws: W~ce haivo all heard withI delight
thait was docne by the Nat,iounal Decmo
rat,ic ConlventiIon. Th'le wholo counltry
a airoused and( we are all enthusedt over'
lie platform antd tile nomainees of the
>art,y-thel111) nomiees w ho will lead the
)emocracy on1 to v'ictoryv this fall.I
herefor-e oler the followving resolution:
Be it, iRsolved, T1hat we hail with
olelght, the0 act ion oif theO National Deom
icraltic ConventIon inl the inminat,ion
if that matclIess leadecr, Wmn. ,J. Bry
mn, for Pr'esident., and AdIcal Stevensoni
or Vilco PresIdent, and pledgo them
ur hearty co-opoiration anid suIpport.
Hion. J. M. JohnsLneaed hat ho
took pleausr' in ct,oIdidng tihe resolIu
J1. Y. Culbeat11 ad1in4ubtan0:!
Inmst heartily Second these resolu1tions4.
.\4 far as "-oulth ( nrolinla is conlcernmvi,
it, is and alway )ai h: eln fo' the nomii
nues of (h i)e mliccratic Irty. I have
read Ihe platfo.-) ldeptd at. Kansas
('ity 1,1-t wcuek by the 1)Ilmoera0h. Con
vention. It ha1,1 thrown out, inl it con
cisf. forml, Ilhe i"ut., 4f thlis vamaign,
and I have greal hopelcs that Itr-Yll and
Stevenson will be thf next President
and V ice-I'rCsident. (Cheers.) t I hey
do0 not tureedk, mlwst atst:uredlly they
ought to succet'd. l"ry.'n, i"c int..11
less statesman. the 111:111 who towers
ahlo,-e all otheorz inl A merican ptolitics
today, it; tho G; mnanl to pruscint (lhe
issues inl this camlpai"ln. Thec.e i-Ssues
the most important that have ever heen
preseited the people of (his country.
Pirst of all are tIleI pinciples of U I"e
publican formn of "'overnmentf, whethler
it S111i1 be 01obtillnd, Or Whllethe11r u(lerI
NIeMI<iniey anIld his iat.y We shail O>V
thrown into ant vimpire, underl whI atI
they claim is ait uIblicaln formll ()I*gov
('rnmen IU t.U. You mnly readlihe cons-itil
tion atind ally constitutional lawyer will
tell you that41 t,lmt ik unconst itul:ionai -
thnL wherever the lii may go, wher
ever it inay bn- hoUivted, the; vonstLitu
tion shail ft-llmw. Thle Iehmmcrat ic par
ly hilt- tIkll strolg grnllds a1gailnst.
tile ae<quisitioi of tile 'hilippine is
la 4, heCIIuse it edn:tlgerlS Our- clvili
zatioln. To have.d iferent races Unditil
gers civiliz--tion. The Ipublican iden
is thau that, is it false idel. They say
we wit lave It RInlblielall forll Of _OV
w.milenlt, hert. and at different, gover-1
Imnt1. ill the Il' ilippinles. 'lhe I) llo
Rgainlst M CeKilIy3 andik party,)I aind]
rigltly so. That i-i why I have -tlolg
hop1es for th prty. 1bLCa1se the ipo
ple of tile wholt! conlillry, wilallen t1hy
s- it- -whellI i- see 1i. tihis polic3
is dnlllgerou.;to tine liertits of* t he nnuan
Iry--tlvy will suport the i)nlllecrats.
If the Dnmovrat.s nre ill powtr a.nd
---y to Ohese prop;o, wedon't wal't ylur
territ.ory, it wou'Ll (ndill Itis I'hi; ppile
war. ita1teSllc1I of this conIL-. (of
I :n1illnd, i'ran(!.-, ( 'l-inytiy, i n-.-. n,
:k!l powels of tho %world ar' COlill kd in
rv;rard to lunatti-s inl China. ChIIinn1:
wit ht hi.r -100,000 000 people is .r.pl,...1.
The 11Ge4-rmil 1) N i ;:(er. haIit- hot-11 .1 :n,:, i
1ated, Chiti-tin mllItissionnrbi l nmve
been assassa-intl.: .01111 Ioday tAlt. liucs
tioni Lhat, IlreS11t: il-b,11f i:, Wh therP t he
goverment, of CIna is not re) nm,iihle
for t,bese 11sS aic . i i 1t be I. ls i -
ble, thell Chin: will be hel(I to a strict
ack-oll 1. IBlt w - n it, coles to divid
ing out, (erritory when c11(iltlIvd is
why the l'pub li.ill p.A.'y "ta!d1 on
iddle ground. \Vhe it. vmInus (o ne
quisitioll of fortein tcrritlory, tho Onl
OC'1l are lgil1st it, Plnd IliCy ae1'U
right. I tha1nk 1 for. ym-nour attenitionl.
.1 G. ('lMIMCis mad0e it shnort speceh
in sceoliilg Ihe rvs0lutiion, aft-er
whivlh they were unaunimoull"y adoptecd.
RHPllOU T OWle COMMflrI'EEON NMOW c[',-,,i.
Col. George Johnst.one reported for
tile collit,tee, as follows:
The comm11itteLIe recommlTendsl thIIat tile
petition froml Nol. 10, for the Coh>inyi3
Thalt. the 11et itionl fromI iNo. II, for tile
l''air'view, Club, anld tIle. one froim No.
8, for tile E'',as Sideo Cub an1, 11d the one61
fr'oii Vaulighanviile, hie refnerrend to tile
Exect,ivL e ('ommi t tee witl nhi P.h recom1
mnda1iltion1 that,1 ihey h1e. ladmnit.tend when'
tine necessarLy 25 Inoines ofi vo0tnrs are(
retlied and1( it wats found on1 I in 'esti.
gIation6 of tine E~xc(u Ivl e ('011111mitter'
thIat enoungilh 1 nes were2 not, tae
froml other clubbs to recduce thneir' mlemi
.1. C. Neel stated t.hat if tile ( 'oioony
pet ition wats grantited it, woulid d1isbanid
theC JohnsItonte1 A cademy Chlb.
10, TI. C. ilunIter' mloved, as IL subst,i
Ltt otr tile comm1111 I,CC'S rept,, that~
lIe Colony C26lu peti,in be0 refer'red to
tine E'xcLuti ve Commlfitte liong withI
tile otherI peCt1i.iln to be acted (in a 1
like mannerlCi. Adolpted.
J1. t"redl Sebump61 Iert LI,houghint tinatl it
wasl uncon( 6st ituI L tioal to 1ad1mit cilubs
wit,hi less tinatn 2. mornberWis, bu11t, as5 many11
tin lgs werle don1o I unconistit.tinal111i, lhe
wanted to ili pun himself (1n rCcor'd as5 far
oinzg Line id ea of al1lowin ll (1 thei cliubs
An. I. I. Jledenbauighi moveud thalt
talI l clus he reaifter' be alllowenidi one dele.
gateI for' ver 156l~ memi 1nber's 01or1: mj.,r ity
frac(t ion Lihereof. AdIopted.I
Col. Joh t0tone mUoved tha it w herei' tihe
wVords I weinty-livye appeared'c'n in the re
nIC elubsii,, if. he0 .51.rekn 61o(ut 1and( IifteenI
A. I. 1". iiedenhaunghn more-d 6 that
uldl( tinChe2. IeiionersPforntew cilbs sue(
eCd 1in getting i5 namlIes, they lhe ai
lowedi to olgrni/I, elet~ (lliler's a1nd1 1an
I'Execiit.ive Comm llitt eiman on1 i the iirs't
Satulrdlay inl Aulgust. Adopted.
JIlAtIItalAN l11:nNN1:GII ItlsINS.
1' . Il2(den ba1;''n b hamIled h11 isilta
I io'n as Conrty Chnal iman to bIlr pre.5
(lont of the cona1.~ (6;ion which was read
as follows: 661 herebyi tenIder' ry resig
naIt,ion as Chirman11( of tile D)emiocrautic
Paty oIf Newbenrry Coulnty, to takie cf
fcct .1 uly l0t h, 19010,"
'Thle resigna(tion wals aLccepted.
(C. 6''. 1HoY'1 CO)tINTY" (I1A IttMA N.
W. L,. Alie n108iomIrnated C. 1". I oyd
for cou nty chanaltn and1( A. M. '. 6 Ied
061nha Iwh in econ(111Ied tine 11n fiatio011
Mr. lloyd was niiLinouly elecled.
T1he con vent,io', thenl adjouned.Icn
Wo can stop) thnem-.hn fliter. Use
our screen door and windows.
E. 11. Leslic, Manl.
Best prices paid for eggs 4nd chickens.
14t,. C. J. uMo .j..
A cholee assortment of fresh candles
at G ider's Corner Drug Storo. t&ftf
11,nst Umbrella In the world for tho
money at Wooton's. t&f tf
Try our 10c. box of Toilet Soap. It
van't be heat. Gilder's Corner Drug
New lot of New England Watchcs
jilst in. Come In and see us.
t tf Daniels & Co.
Miason's Fru it, Jars and Rubbers, low
est caslh priecs, at Gilder's Corner Drug
We lit the hard to fit correct clothing
at right, prices ..:, Wooton's.LJ
Try our 5c. Taleum IPowder, as large
it box as Meninen's. Gilder's Corner
l)rug Store. t&ft
Silk (oria Umbrella, 98 cents at
Wooten's. t&f tf.
Toilet Soaps, 'erfumery and Toilet
Spollles at G"ilder's Corner Drug Storu.
Our screen doors aro guaranteed to
StOP Ilies-and give sat,isfaction in every
particular. Stcwart Bros.
1K. 11. Leslie, Man
A bc. bottle of our amItimoila will re
move ait oil Spots from Your suit and
give it a fresh alpearance. Gilder's
Corner 1.ug Store. t&f
If you Ieed anly coliinsm, balustors ( r
trntlled work get, our prices beforo y( i
'uy. We will save you money. Satis
faction guarantteed. STUART 31tFor,
W. It. LI.S1,11, Manager. tf tf,
Tooth, Nail anld Ilair Brushes, and
truslhes of all kinds, at. Gilder's Corncr
)rug Store. t&ftf
General Wtgonl and Buggy liepait -
ing dme on 21or't notice, and lorst.
shoUin"tg a specialty, by S. K. loui
ight, fronting mblic sqtuare, New
herry. S. C. 3t
Go to Smtlitl Co's. for l'ruit .ars.
Itubliers at nw. pe, j ) dozejjt. At, Nj It,le'*
corner. t&f it
-11ou1sllolhi ammllonia o. per )ott.ILe at
Gilde r's (ornte r 11)rug Store. t& ftf
One car load of Bug
gies jLlSt received;
Buggies of all kinds
and of the very best
make. Also one car of
the well-known W hite
Hickory Wagons. Call
and see our Buggies
and Wagons and get
our prices before buy
ing. We pay cash, dis
count bills, and can
give you the very low
"TATE ()P SoT I'll'II CA IOlIlN A,
COUNTY OFe Nj,,W11llttY--.
IN Tll l'IOBATE COURT.
I ly \V. V. I lodges, 1sq., Probate J ud ge.
W II14', A S MA MAlt) 1,.
I1G0it ma1de suit to ne, to
"rat hlt r I et,teri of Adiltin1istration
of the i."tate of an1d fdoects of Henry
''Tese arte thtereforo to eit,C iand ad
moonish all and sintgutlar the kind red and
creditors of the saidlI Hcnry ;. lhoof.
dleceas(edl, t,hat they be antd appear bc
fotre me inI t,bec C'ourti, of Probat e, to bte
held at Newhcrry' Couirt, Hloiso 8. C., on
the 10th dlay of Juily~ ntext, after pubtlical
11,)1n thtereotf, at I I o'clock ini t,ho fore
aloon, I.) show eause, if any t.hey htave,
whiy te said Adiit ration sitould nt,
he gran ted.
G Iven umit(er mty Itand], flhis the 25th
day~ of Ju nte, AnnIo l)omr,inl, 1901).
WV. XW. hi1)0lis,
.J. 1'. N. C.
(ESTHLIslEDIN I871 . )
CapItal--- -- -----150,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
.GeneraLl baitk ing bushites.s rantsacted
with ptroiry)tness. Spechial attertt ion to
(5)llections. Co'rrespo)ndence solicited.
D)eposits allowed Interest at the rate
of 4 per cenit peor atnnumtt from date of
deposit. Interest payable Ja inuary 1st
aind .1ualy I st of each year.
J. WV. .M. SvIMoNs, Asst. C'r.
WE FIT THE HARD-TO-FIT
Rf1 TERTADE MEAR4
andl( juist think for a moment how
mtuch bhotter a man looks and fools
whten his clothing fits him perfoctly,
It's useless for the extra stout or
extra slim man to go to the clothing
stock that was cut to fit regular
figures and expect to got fitted. We
have put in a lino of clothting cut
specially to lit the stout and slim
figures. It's the
Come and1 try it. if it don't fit
you, don't pay for it.
We carry a full ine of regular
Clothing, also Gonts F"urnishings, &e,
S. J. WOOTEN.