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1t. I' - bee demonstrated by expei
te 1 it Consumption canl be preven I.
to.he early use or One minute
ug -U uro. iTis is the f:4voii,e em
S coughs, colds, croup iathma1it,
rp '. :und alII throm. and 11u1;:z.ru
.. 'Jimrs quickly. Gildor's Cornur
ilarbecup ait Uattle 5millalln.
A is ,L class barbecue wili be served
LI ,'o Noutii oin Itohe 201h instant
reO ion diy. The procouds to go to
e .irch. A first class ditner will
S-. ved. Pationzu thWoearbecue,
et 1 f-lod dinner and 114.-l) oil i good
A ventleman recently cured of dys
epsl.t ,ratvo tho followinv appwopriate
ende ing of Hurns's ramous blessin.!
SI - haVe met a11 Ild CtnIIOt 4-t, aid
me 1.1avo noneo that Wiat, it; but, we
ave 'ulat and we can eat--Kodol Dys
epsi Cure be thanked.'' Tb is prona
aioo will digest, what you Vat, li, Ill
tant v relieves and tidically cares in
Iges *,)n an(1 alz stomaciih disorders.
ilder's COrer IDruj Store.
casm p iii a.14
A meeting of the James ). Nance
ami will be held in the court house
'on S:1 1rday, July 21st, for th,:. purioe
I elve Iug delegates to the State riu n
on cf United ConfedeIte Veterais at
Gree- wood oil Angust, Ist, and to make
Prrat . oments for attend'og tihe saine.
Full at,tendance of membels desi red.
C. P. lo)t. Atjt.
Ti law holds both mIker and ireu
ator of ita Couniterfeit, equally guilty.
he d10aler WIIO SM11ls YOU a Iangerois
oun't1rioit of DoWitt's Wit.h II1zel
alve risks your life to make ia littie
argrt prolit. You cinot, tiist him.
eW 's is the only gelu1ile aLndI oigi
al Vi'ch Iazel Salve, ia well known
bure for piles and all skin disealses. See
that %ouir dealer gives you I)eWi.l's
Salve. Gilder's Corner Drug Store
A Hising Voig netor.
Ti,- many friends of I)r. S. 1L. ('ash
in N,vAerry will he pleased to heae( of
his st.icess in New Yorl.r. IIe Thas just
stood a coanpetaLi"C examinaittion for
Hous" Surgeonl ' Bellevil Ilospital,
New York, and S tod] at tihe hleald in
the ( xailination ol it class of .37, anld
has received the tippointment.
Anderion 8; New% ber,ey 1.
Ano rson, .1 uly 19.--The secol)d g ime
with Newberry restilted in a score of 8
to ij kfavor of A nderson.
R~ ii 10:
A nd - rson............................. 10 1
Nev herry........................... . 7 8
Bv!teries: E.verett and Lu .y Case
and lBeLsse. Umpire, Smith. Time
1.60--SpeciaI to the State.
Til- third game resulted in a scorrn of
7 to . in favor of Anderson.
A f: ior many intricate expieriments,
sciet; 4s have discovered method.;4 for
obtaining all the natui-2 dige -tants.
Tile., have beon combineI in the pro
potir, fmund in tile human body and
unit- I with susta atns that, build up
the diestive or-ganls, makin I a (oM
poun-H called Kodol Dyspetsia Cure. it
dige4s wha you cat and allows all dis
pep*s to cat lenlty of ioi-hinigr
food .vhile the stomachei t,roubhles ate 00
Ing iradicially cured by tile it--dieinal
agolnts it contains it, IS leatsanit to
take iind wvill give quick relief. Gil
der's Coi-ner D)rug Store.
Newvberriansi In Clha Lh'ston.
Pr'sident George II. Cromeri of New
berry College, is also downi tattending
the Convention. Pre.tsiden'tt Ciomer
br'ingi the encouratginig report from his
College of the gireatest attendance itn
its whole history. Prtesidlent Cromter.
a few years5 ago gave up IhIat ser'v il
mist irees, the law, and1 sin1ceI Iht, time11
has~ givetn himself whlol ly to educnatlonal
work. Hle is a deep) thtinker, ai pro
gresolve man and one of the State's
11.-S Gussie Kihler, M iss Lila il2b
ler and NIlias Lilta .Johnstone arc
amonig those repr)iesenit tng Newvbe rry
at the Convention -Ne ws nod Courier.
Excuen r,o Ch~(arlest oni.
Dion't for'get, the exctursion to Chuuar
leslion ncx't Tu'iesday . The t railn willI
leave her'e Tuesday imor'ning at~ 8. 15
o'cliock and the Iiindicatlins now arei
that a good cr'owd will go dlown t.o
Chatrieston to enjoy tihe sea breoeze.
The fare is only $2 50 and the accomno
datlions will be the best 1o be had(. ILi
will :lve yOu two days of leaiSnrIo in)
the cIty, seing t.he heaut,iful sights
and visiting1the p)lsiu resort.s on theC
Isla nd. S00 schedl anud talte in t,be
WVorkIug D)ii.v une Night
TFhe buslIiest anud mn1b htIiest litt.li ting
that ever waistmade is Dri. Kinig s New
LifePill.Evry Ill is a suigar c'ateda
glo 'tile or healthl., th at chan tge:i wveakh
ness intto strenigthi, lialIlessnlesito en1
ergy. brain -fag int o mteatal pow1er.
They'ro wonder'fui In buildinig up the1
lhenalth. Only 25o per box. Sold1 by all
Mir Robet R. McCarty and Mr-s. Hat
tie -uke were nited In mairriage on
Tuesday evenIng at thte haptist partson
age by Rey. G.-o. A. Wrilght. The
mariage was a suripiso to the many
friends of the pIopltar' couple. Mtrs.
Diuke came to Newherryv r'ectliy
to v isit fellonds from her' homte In Op)e
lka, Ala,, and .htving visited hereo a
few years ago, has many friends in
Newberriy. Mr. McCarty is ono of the
young successful husiness menl of the
city, whose frIends are tnmerous.
The happy coule are st.oppling at the
.An ECxception to the Htul*u.
Aeshop whero you can get what you
want and when you wvant it.
.$ H. LESLIE, Manager, t&fi.f
VAIt I OUm AN 0 A 11A. Al It I.
Too hlot, to speak,
T(lo hot to writv,
Tvo hot to frolic,
Or to fight,,
F'm) hut, to p01,chl,
Too lhot. to prI a
To hot. to bi,
Tho.> hot. l o psty,
'Ioo l ot, t) ti n,
I oor 11 U ili n IIatuit ,
F''w Cotit'rIs . or"Sq
Too hmt to climb) to 1lft stat.lons,
'ToIo hot. tio bIard y.ou por r1lat,ions,
T,-o hot to livi, and who'll deny
'(lwould kk. ly be too hot, to di ?
--l ank l". Staniton.
See bridge io let.
Jas. A. lillmUugh left i few days
it"O to stlef( a whi' itt t.e spriigs.
Mr. It. E. TIt'id no occupies his
res.idence oil Frivmld street.
NIrs I, Il Kinard of Prosperity spent
T,11csdhry withl relativus ill the city.
-11 v. Ml. 1;. -Spearmn mnadle at btasiness
trip tti Char'lestonl the first of I lie wvtek.
Thll PX430rSionl 1aILWOer forl' ar
leston over I Ie C., N. & L. next Tiles
.ay, it 1 8..~ a )I. ml.
-v. and Irs. ). A. [ivingstonle left
on Thrsd it -ay to spend a few weeks It,
the mineral spl.rIlg.
Mi. (ll I . Cannon has bet-n iani
mou1sly elveted to temeh tihl Oarritlany
school for th ulstling1 ste.sionl.
Mrs rmley (of Charleston came
p the Ilist of the W6-k to visit her
u.1nele, Mt'. J,IL'es Y. Irtr-is.
NI r. 1'. 1". lx er left. on Tuldaty fo'
I"'tRimlir rg to superintelid th eveont,io of
a cotton seed oil mill.
Don't forget to havo, yvr premises
cleanodby l ayv Ity, in ve-mponse to lie
notice of tie ltoard of Iletlth.
M r. 'hIos. Pureell, of the .1. 13. White
Co., A llsta, is iI Ite eitv vi;siting his
bro4thevr. Col. C. J. Ptirc.ll.
I . 11. I'. Goggans I ad tile ml isfr
fin to tose his',-, dwelling ill No. 7 by
Ii re it iw d a. o. Tho fire was i.
deit-I aild he had no insurance.
.INr. It . C Williams haS moved ilito
his new hoie on 'ope strivet hatAVilg
pirchased ,eil proper-ty from Mr. H. E.
Mliss Kate Inu N(-'. who has been in
Chicago takilg a secial colirse inl En
gl, It ald mthemilatics, ret,urned 10110
few days ago
a i . IBlase, E.,_ and1 family,
who liae beel o1 it visit to his old
holic here for tihe past few weeks, rc
turdlio this week to his home in Statim
tonl, Va. 'They' were accompanlied by
Haster ('laude W illiams, Who will en
ter school there.
S -e advertisement, elsewhere of that
finmoluli wltei'ng pinee, Glenn Springs.
It has become one of' the most popti lar
Summe, resort4 in the ".11i11 cowOltirv.
Prom at Stanllp"inti of heal0tilad plelts
ur1O, 1io one could spend ia few weeks to
beLter aIdVtlatoe e t.hn to visit lenn's.
Wo IndIe stand that thero is more
thian one iimarried man inl Newberry
carry ing in Ii S p)(okt tIhe p)iiture of at
hand)(somie younlii wvomant, land thait wo-~
mnis noti, h3t is wfe, etither . We4 dlon't
carte to call any namnes att ii,his I imie, but
one so desires.
AnI(idIrson Kenn Iedy', colored, while
cleitning it, a w~ell I B lrooklyn Wed
desdlay, haiid at nar'rowv Ceape from.
death. 1Ie wits beLing lt down inito1
thii weIl when the - ope br'oke anld be1
fell a 01-i tnce oif t welve feet. 11e re
malinedl In LIh: ht-ge buceket itnl ciame1
ouit tulnhuri t.
.Jas. lnon IIlouseali, IEut , of Cedar
town, Ga., w ho has been attending Ibhe
National EtduicationIal Assotciation in
Charleston, wvill ariv'ite in Newber-ry
ti)ioorrow oIl a visit to relati Ives. li e
hats manyl3 frieluils h, roig hou t the cout,LA
w ho-iwill be' gh td to set hi m. H h( 1)1
not been here' in seven teen year's.
"I havye been iln tihe drung )18 bsne: for
twenlty yeartls andmr have sold! )3 m'1 all of
the pr'opr'ieitariy mCedici mnes of any', note
A mom0. the i)uiiire li. I have neveri
atnythming t) equall (Uinamerlain's Colic,
Gholerat anld Diiarrh< en ItLemedy for ialI
Stomneh I lad h owel troubleIts, ' ','y 0.
W. WakefIel, of Coiumbuns, Ca. ihis
re medyv cured I so C a ser c!lass of
choleira mi *hu. l inmy family anld I I
of bot.lt.es of it to) miy enl! omiers to thi r ,
ent.i ri satisfiact ion it alfords a qunicic
and 1. sur l uri il i a h.aLSe it formn." 1"or
sale byv W. E. Pe'lihaml, I)rtnggisot. ]
ilivo y our Clol hes (Cienned and1(
I ''e(e at the Niewherryl'r' iessi ng
Cloh. Terms,4 $1 .0 per month1103 i. Out,-.
side workI donei itt reoaleu pices. <
f4t 0. P'. I l'ilam, Prop'r'.
1 *e-mtiger. .
andi( iIss Eva tUi5er, of this city, were
tun tit in marrLl'iagte al thie hi(io of the
br ida's motheri, AIirs. 5. A. Itior ing*
this ctity, 0on 'l Tsday, at high noon.
Tile c(ereifmny wa1s per'lformlled by Re~cv.
M. G. G. Scer ter. The happy cotup let
IceftI mimdiat.ely alft ci h le cereft'i"oony for
their fturiie homell at logst mid
the shower. of conigraItulatI.ionst , their
A teacher will he electled for the St.
PIlips11) School . subchl di st,nlit No. 22,
(In Augutli Ist, i1000 Applitions milst
ho' in hand of trus)8t'Ls by tht, date.
Thel( sehicol will oplen abiout 1st of
Novembeand itmlIeatuber will be reqcjuired
to hohol it fi st giade ciettificatie. Term
of school lix mloniths.
WV. F. Kooun,
Sl19h's S. C. Trna'.ana.
w '1. EWia & (m. Awarded the comtraer.
Work to nI gait Once ne (laeut.
Ti contract for the buildling of the
now.1 ohni stonl. Street Methodist chuIIhC'l
a b ath. waeded to W. T. Davis &
Co , of this citv, by the blildling colm
Im itlte, at $7.900, exchisive of stone
alld nd gatss, which will le furnished
1undrc. separate coitrlact'. The Col
tlac-tocs will beIgin work at, once.
The following deseciptioln of the cdi
fleu and site is taken from the Obser
The new 1 hltt'eh will be it handsolic
brick edilice, with stone v,rii m ings,
a stately towerl at One cornlier (of the I
front and a smaller tower, on the Oppo
site Corner, and throtgh 10 bes to W rs
will be vestibuled entralces to the
auditOritum, the plan of wihlcll provides
for inelilned lloor, circular pews and
handsomle st1aitled glass WiIdows 1)
etcI side and a similar window he
tween the towers Which forn a 'r
co-,so( porcih at the ir-it of tie ciiicb.
The planl also includes it Sunday school I
Iomll, well arranged Iitnd sepaartet
from tie alditorium hy rolling Cr
taills. The seating capacit.y of the
tIditor-iumll will bt 3i0, .and 153 in tle
Sunday school r'oomt.
Several weeks ao) the Congregat.ionI
decide " to change the location of their
church. The old site on .Johnstone
s0eet had beenl selected for the neow
churcl, but it is now to he built, on the
Caldwell street, side of their lot. The.
lot, incluoding the Grmntker purclmnse,
is abouit 2110 feet squmtare. It has beeni
divided into three lote-one for the
churoh fronti '100 feet onl (aldwell
street, with a depth of 100 feet on
.1ohmstone stceet; lot, for, the parsonaire
fmronting 10) feet on JohInstone st-rt,,
with it deptih of 200 feet on A dais
street' buildinig lot frolting -10 fee, oin
Caldwell street, WithI a depth of 100
feet on FrieId Street.
''his arimigemnent nei:essitatcs the
rql ,val of tle l-rsonage to t.lle site
now Oeupied by the old church Buti
tbe old ohurcl will not be demnolished I
iomr tle parsonage renl'oved before the j
new chu1Ch shall have beC buiOlt., the
location of I he lat,ter, howlever, just, aI
lows space suflicient, for the scalfoldiig C
between it, and the parsonage.
Milliong Given A way
It is certainly gratifying to tle Itib
lio to know of one emcern in tie I amnd
who arv no. af raid (4o be generosim to the
nedly and sniflirig. The proprietors
o' Ir. King's New Diseovery for Con. S
sillptiOnl, Cotighs alid Colds, have -
given av ay over ten mmillio.i trial hot
Ile3 of this grlIt. rlediciIle; aMid limvO
tIMe salisfaClion of kmowing it has ab
o ulutely ured thousal(s of hopela i a
L,ases. Astimaml, Bronlllitis, IHoarse.(
tiess and all diseases of the Throat,
(Aiest. and Ltnigs arve surely eured by
it. Cail on all DLruggis, amItd get a trial
bml tie I ree. leguIlar size 50c. and $1. I
N'very bottle guaranteed, or price re
rI indeI d.
Rev. M. J. Ipting, pastor of St.
Patl's church, Savan ab, Ga., is the J
)appyLl recipient of a valuable and use
il gift which was presented to him last I
3aturdaity mlintllig. TwoI ollicers of the
burh t ur I iove Up to the. paraor,ag3 in a s
iiand(somue plhaet,onl drawn by a handi- S
01me horse. A\ bouit the sameo ime~ S
ecveral hitdies of thle congregtionl air- a
ived, andmi at no0t wats handed Mr. l'Cp- '
ing, attddressed to himnself andic ifc. t
t sta td that the horse iand phaeton
vats a gif_t from the congregation. T1he
lastor' scarcely had wVomds to express
tinly his joy and)1 gatitude at, the hand- -rT
lOmii anmd helpful gift,, w hich tills a
ilace of whichl anmy Cit,y pastor wvill feel
he need In a work the .size of Biro. Ep
ng's field .--L'itheran Visitor.
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lanvita, Y'tl mour P troigo.
We have bought the entire stock of C
'urnliiturne anld H oulsehold Goods of R. I e
.W illiams, anid wvill continue the buns-| ,
ness at his omld stand. We invite t,be
>atromns of M r. WillIams to continunte I
,heir v-aluled piatronlage wyith us, amId
'5esectfully ask amny amid all others who 1)
~Ont .emlaite puIrchaisi ng fuin-nit mire aiid 1
iousehold goiods 1o call and see uis. We
Iihail Mlpar~e no gmains to run otur business g
mn tan elevated system. We will be
frateful to all who buy fmrom us eit her a1
or oash 0or on i nstal men Is.
Il. E. TlOn)l & Co.,
f-i f- Smicoessors to I. C. WNilliamns.
E'ndloried fly lis Cluib.
Th'le following resoltion was utani
nlously ad(op)ted by the mnembemrs of the
inactory D)em,ocraitic Club at thet regu
ar1 meetlig hield Jutly 7thI, 1900:
Wher-mea our' fellow-nmeme, Cole L.
hease, Esq., hams boon a truei iend to
1s as5 man(1, l awyer' and lgsar,suip
tiorting meastures5 beineficlal to us, amnd
ias pro0ven hlimselft to be a frIend and
id vocate of the righ ts of the laboring
.ilasses; he it
Resolvedi, T1hat we, the members of
he Lm'mtory D)emuocrat,ie Club of New
,err'y, imake pleasure' 1mm endtoriilng hi m
or' the ollice of Lieutenant, Governor,
md1( present hinm to our fellowy-citizenms
is omne womrthy thlir mcon fidonce and as-,
1stance0, tand mask. for himt thele 'suIIport,t
moi(wing that If elected weO and they
ill have a fmrend Iin that offIce who
vill Ibe ever watebfuil of our' interePst.
L. 11. P'EIlny, o
Pr(esiet, 1)r0 tem. a
JOIIN A. SENN, Sec.0
Durhinig last May an linfant child of g
)t ur11 neinor' wats suffe r1ing from chol-.
3ra infantum. TPhe dlotor's hadt( given
ip all hopes of reovery. I took a bot
,le of Chiambelain's ( '11m a, CholerIa tn
t d Dimarrhloca lRemedy to the house, ~
te lng themn I. felt sore It would (10 i
.ood If used accord Ing to diretions. In n
Swo dayste L11 ihe chld( had. fully re
icover'ed. The ehid Is now vlioous i
md healthy. I have reco nmendled t,hIs r
remtedy frquIently atnd hamve never'
known It to faIl.-Mr's Cuirtls Baker,
Bhookwalter, Ohio. Sold by Wi. E. C
R'o Opet at .Potal:.I it A g,tat ot it , anti o se
at NVewb,-rry AtiXtin 2th-and
caIM 11111t F1141 Pledgeg by
Autgiti I oth.
''he followins is the sOhedule of the
!on1ity vtillpail"nl as Itrratl(ged at the
'veent meting of the I,xoe,tivo cotn
All vandidates must have thelrl
01e.fs iled with the Conty chirman
)y the lir.st. mllo ting-', Auklg-nst 91,h.
('0U'NTY CAMPr.\H;N SC'111-:,DUI,1..
No. I1- Pomaria, ThursIay, 4\ug.9.
No. I()-- Jolly 81r-ect, Priday, AUg. 10.
No. ( --Yotoug's Grove, Satui-day, Au
No. 8-Utopia, Wednesday, Alug. 1,.
No. 7 - Williams's Store, Thulrsday,
No. 6 -Longshole's, 'riday. A ug. 17.
No. .5-Spearmilan'm Spril)(g, Tulesday,
No. 4 - Whit mire's, Wednesday, A u
No, 3-Mt.. Pleasant, 'I'll l 4'sday, A I
N o. 2 -T. W. K eitl 's, P'r iday, A 2u-.1.
No. J--Newberry, Satuday, . 2:,.
No. I-West Enmd, Saturday night.,
Ited ilt)t From the (Iun
Was the ball Ilhat hit (". B. Steadt,
min of' Newark, Mivhig:u, in the Civil
YNakr. I t vauised horr l-014 1)tenr4 ilhat,
1otreat menlt hlpled for,20 year'. In-lel
utfres C'uIs, BIruiS-*, Illrns, Illoils, V'.1
ills, ('ol1s, Skin BIrtins, les- l>ile
mre oi eirti, 2-) cts. a box. U'illrc
talairantel.d. S ld)4 by all itilggisis.
(noshl way~t nlinw clNt.
111VilIng pur1CltasCed t.he goods heret.
ore belonging to my father, I amlnw11W
losing out the entir st-o k 1'g-ardless
f co-A. The stock cons,ists of genel.
rIeb'and1,1(i.4e. Be SlulrC to ('.II I and ge
iecvs hefore huying.
Your's for buIine,s
W 2, . J. Rlu ss]-;1'.
A Schoerlar-hip in Cosiver-.41
The South Carolina ''et iecration of
Vomanl''s ('lubs has received from Con
erse ('ollege one0 scholarsh ip of fruc
llition for U:ac 01ouny in t.he State.
1M Coml petilors for these schl ola Ish ip.,
.-ill be retired to pass a satisfactory
xamialituion ill t-he following- four sub
1. Latin, including' grammlar, coml
'osit ion, and foui' hooks of Caesa', or
2. Mathemat,iett, which Will include
rithmelut.ic and algebra, Covered by
neh text, books as Alney, Wells, o'
3..11-nlish, Which wvill inchle grn-l
iar,tilysis, composition a(1 e .nent
ry 'hetoric, and at firtil knowledge of
:ngish and American Iftel-iteite.
1. HiSto'y, WhiCh will iladLIe eCC
>lntary E-'lglish, nild Unllited States
These examinatt,ions will be held in
Lich County on August, 1st, 1900.
Those desiring Lo enter I he contest
'ill please se)d their nmles before
i],- 20, to Christie1 H. 1lpenheii,
hairman d ucation Depart ilent., 31
lecting St , Char-leston, S. C.
T'hose dlesi rinzg to coimpete for the~
3holarish ip in Mr's. Lining's Training
ohool for' Iv ndergar:,t.ners, musi.t pie
3nt at high 54ebooi (dip)ln,I, or' pass ex
mtination equivalent to the same.
hey are r'eq ueste i to send their namells
the above address.
COUNTY SUND)AY-8(:lotoL CO(NVlCN
In be fildc lat Hoelena Chunrch, July 25th
and11 20It-Thel4 Programme 1)4 of 81ub
j acts and14 Addsreses.
At a meeting of the Excutive Comn
it,tee June 25th, the following pro
'ammne for the County Sunday'-schlool
onveintion, to be held at the IOIeLn
lurch, wias adopted, and1( Wednlesdlay
1(d TPh ursday, July 25th and 2it h, 1900,
leted( 1as the time.
Wednesday, .July 25th, 10.30 a. mn.,
evotilonal exercises conducted by3 IRev.
.1. Black well. Enrollment of dle
tties. A ppoin1 tmenlt of coinmit tees.
A dlresses b)y llevs. M. C. 0. Scherer'
id W. It. Arnil; subject, "T'he Chur'ch
ad the Young People." Recess.
A ft ernoon Session-Topic, "T1he Ite
tion1 of the Sunday-school to Chri'
an Giving." Opinion by Rev. M. W.
aink in and E. P. Cromer'.
I Iterna)tional L.esson) of .July 29th, b/
ev'. A . J. 'Vhwers.
Quer'y Box. Assignment of del,
-tes . Adjour'nment1.
Second day, T1hursday, July 2(6th, 10)
in --Devot,iona' exercises, coniducted
it ev. W. S. B. F"ord.
1I)oparts from schools.j
Topic, '"[Tow Best to Promnote Biible
tuldy."' Opened by 1.1ev. Chias. H.
roflst'o.rn and II. M . iIenriy.
Top)ic, "'SunIday-schiool Methods'' (Dri
/. 10.'c hitham presidIng). Opened byI
lIv. Joh n1 W. Speake.
Query box. Recess.
A fternoon Session-Topic, "Plrepara-a
on of t.he Lesson." Opened by 1Hev.1
H. B Hood and Jeff' Quat,tlebaum.
Query box Organiizationt. Miscol
Lieous business. Adjonrnmnent.
It is dlesir'ed to make this convent ion
eof t he best ever held by the~ associ
[ion, anld t,o this end the co-operation
all Sunday+chool workers in the .
>)tyt3 is as5ked(.
.oware of 011Oinltn for1 CaI t ht
Smereury will s3i1'rev ly destro the sense of'
ne'i11 am imple'tely' dern g the whtolo Ry.
,ll when 4'ntOering5 i'i thro'Eught tho mlucoui
S IlcOs. 811ch1: ietex lshoil Ci neverO be n.'od
xocept On prescript ion, from reputable phty
IchinH. as Ithe dt. .ge the,y yvIjtI de Is to
tId to the4 Io0d yell eIit possibly der,.vo from
iem. I tP 1's Ca,t rrh Curie, Ilamiiff t Ituredtby
..) he 113' & 4 0 ,To[ledo1, . cointinls nto
em'i y, Itnid is 1)ake) n nernally, actIntg dI.
et 'y upon1 thet b)lood and(1fl mucouiS stIrfaces
fI ti sysloir', Inl buy'.n g Ilall's ('atarrhi Cure
I)sn (me y'oti :et the genuinle. 1I, Is taken in
arnally, and nitie ina Toledo. Onlo, by J? J.
honey & Co TleNtimaonlals tree.
Malo by Driugglst'. price 75c. peribottle.
Hail's FamliPtifs ara tho beet.
TilE CANDII) u)T-4.
wiken Thy Work, Iow Ti,ey i-v tegl,3
,C1oad1 'ley linve to Trave- I
Some of the candidates havv it Iard
Hill to climb, bti thoy are a I ht1ldy set,
andl(1, likt the DoMilieC Varity, r.11'
rVOdy to scravItch In the DoIlloeratie
arnlyard for What they waill. \Vh 1 Ie
-4omle of them41 are' scratmvhing atud(rI
parilnlg to crow, o liet", fl,O Heil on till
Hataiks of the politival I,ake, with a
couiplo fishg ui for 11"s anIld solm. IIll
III(_ ilai'. They are all god loll lers,
anid they do't* collm Sinovey to harlh.
eil.s, butl -Woop dowi in) drovvs, vel
Withiiepoon and somic dre-i'ss'ed in Tay
1or clothes. They know their 'eles
anId are kcept busy--busy sh.tkoig hands
by day and heads by iiight. Th1ev hn.id
1tunibers forty, in rounlld numb111hers, and
0,hey are 'round ever.y ine there is ia
Cr1owd in) Siglit, ild the forty 11hi -I
Ire aill inl tit ma11tnulfaclutrinr anl 1me
chanical indust,ries, 1-unn1ing Spmo.
handle but nlo shuttle biniless, etv.
mlanulfactliring yal-n1s without cot ton
alld spining t hemll Imleelhan ieally, tellig
t.heirl familivs hlow thtey spoke I brlough;
the dayv, What they.% had to hmndle anId
lo shut, up till Ilight. Willy ol' tlilm are
faillers, but only onie has his lowoer in
h lie ld bie iding voters for tihe reapin
of tih lug-ust, harvest. At.l it is sti;!n1r.
that thIlre is but s oni e SInith in the hIeld.
\\'ittIs the uat ter? Tile mllt ail watI:t
1- 1 ills and tlie i- wanilt (o stay.-es
pfwlaliy- thili-i It, is the samlie
313d story from Cuba to ('hina, frolli
Plhappell's to Cromner's. They will all
hav their say i sa\ 1 333 3 no m<lor ha I, Jol
ay \\'e havts n3ew~ tIhings ini Ne~w
brry. At -iomlle plack's they have i3
pay itIllster, but ulhis cotyli.v hais a 'ay
'ilger. inl thu politiva' quire. In tril
ling lt)o1 he prim ies, some1 f to I lit !- ..
Iidtts are ridinlg, sole wallkiiing. lB
fore they get. thre thwy maytill need 31
Wheele' two. They2t VXIwC. to Ible eleet
d, every on , but, when thw wV\es roll
ver oil the bi- 2-thi threv month
Irotn the eviijp,e-.to.ti hr of thet
political muill poid will ne strewi with
tIhe. bodies of Ilhe Imijori(y-for Illany v
ilre clledb, 111 1e wIll ie heloscn. --11d
'he mill dew will (.ovrl the.ir. shil't ho
AIMS. Itilh he WonhjI be' a1o1
phlrtv.e to work ill I 'vrdvW, bt it's at latir
job. .\tlld Potcrsonl, Kibler, ( 'uIin
Ialun, W IIl Iiat IIS, lIIord4 , ('ha1111.-rs,
I 1 0luhisMI, SeI IllIpert, ( ;'() ., , I-.
-V, Mclorries, N-:mps, tiard, \erts
Ind Suher are t tuiled over to y(ou1.
lx'. 11. G'Special.
DooM 10, 'iy to Ily Chensp.
A cheap remedy for coughs and co)ls
S 111 right,, but you witl, somlt.in014
,hat will relieve and cire the nilor-.
;eVe'e ill dagel'olls results of thr3oat
Ilnd 11hig trou1bles. W iMt slil IOu 10?
,;o to at walmner ald ltore leg i-a111ar. eli
na(te? Yes, if possile for yo.1, tlleI inl
1ther case take t.'(' olly re Iedy thmt
aw; b een itrodueced in all civIlizi1
Solliuies WiLh suc1cess -I severe throa.t
tind lunug troullhis, "HiO Vjhlt'.- (;11-1111
!,\f-ip." t, not, illy he3ials and stiln
lites ile (6tIses to (10sr'O.V -c irmlAl
isease, but, alltays inl liunmal.ill, vltlses
sv expvctorat ion, gives it lood nighitl's
'est, and cuIres tile pativil, ''Tr.y mw.
DI til a rIU6lisu.
Mrus,.1J. 10. A t,I wood dlied at the hiomei
If heri son1, l\Ilr. G. C Attwo nearl 3031
101), at 10 -15 i3 n the imoirn ig, atged3 -i.
cat's 10 mlonlth s and( 5 dalys. MI es. A L,.
vo0(3d was31 born June 25th,1 1 825 ini South.1
'olina. 8he CwasH t.hie (dau3ghit,er (of
(3oV. anld Mirs. (Clark. IIer' fatheri was
I preaQIcher' of hiIgih stand111ing ill his
:hureb 1. InI thle winIer (3f I6-12 sihe
narieicd Mr'Jt. 11. F. A t,twood, at mlost e'x
:l1ent genltleman31, with n1 31331 she
8167 wh'len h1e died. A fi' lue mar-i"
'iage to M'l r. A I.twood they set tled in1
heir3 (( old nighlborhlood inl Sout1,h Caro1'
ita and two yearsC they li ved i n tbe
30ouse that for'merly belonge gd to Mi'.
tt,wtod's grandifa ~ therC anid ill wich
11(eI fit Alnnual31 Conferce (of the3.
hI.le,odist church'Cl was held In tha31.
state. In 1,13e. fall o f 18(65 she mo1ved
vithl her hutsbalndl to A ikansas and1( her1
emain113s werie lid to1 rest, iln Tempe-I W
ance1 Chalpel gratveyatrd lit 12 o'loIc(k
Luesday. IWe v. J. J. Mi en nee perforiled
he latst sad rites.
T1o th3ose' left bhind wo( W(x tendl sy m
3iathy and1( say ri'ce0C t,hat, she31 has
i ved stueh at perieet life: and1 give ytl *3ou
Iith aln example113 of wha it life shld( hIe.
-Clevelan d Co., il erald, IHhsoit, A r'k.
A (Go'd (ough Micine.3l3)
Mnilly thlonsantds halive been restoreOd
o hlealthl and13 happine3ss by t,he 1use (If
hambauierla(inI's C'ough liumedy. If
.liictedl withi Li an thrloat or I tng Itrou
31e, gIv t 1, aL triai foir it, is eertin to
m3ove benicial.~,t Coughs thatt ha3ve
esisted:( all otber treat-ment, il foi yearls,
aIVe yielded to this remhiedy and( per'
(:et heal th bea~n re'storedi. C.ases thait.
Ieleled hop eess that,ll the0 climalIte (If
amous113 heal3 h r- -oi't,s fa11led ((o 1)enen t,
IinvO beent pertiiia-Ilently eurIed by its
180. h"or saile b)y '. 1F. Pelham10, D)rug
LIAttle Mouint iln lIouni onl.
Th'ie reunIon will ho held July 20)3th.
Th'le ra3il road promises50 amiTplo neeom3i
nlodationsX. I.~tun Ptipl tIckets wIll lbe
old unitil tho mori'Ing o3f tile 191.h it
0 cents, a ifter' thalt itt 75) cents. Tick
ts on sal1e iat WIlliamn Johnoson's~ store.
ANITY LO1X 1 N. 8'7, A F. M.
N I (TiA OMMUNICATIl'ON
of Amty Isodlge, No. 87, A. F. M.I
wvill be0 held next Moiiday (evenIingait
00 o'clock, in Alasoi llall. VIsIt Ing
arethuren cordially welcomewd.
The M. M. Degree will he conferred.
P. J. VOMS. S. W.,
A etIng W. im
J. H. M. KrN A sm. Senr.tary.
vw lI t o N, I I. I h l
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If y (il iI I I tNi ot~I i -.
it if Co.a
ai ltt i nL's I -'r a it : ~ -.,
1st vsh pric , at ,'
t o n rt '.
rug stor. .
T i t C hri,
particular. itew o-t r
l' . II . I e Ih
A ,)c. hlott O o(f (lilt a11 o lnizi
Illove all 1 oil t frIm your I I
faI In v \ -anti- -
1 0 ~ 11 1 t:II I It I I tti
Tioth, Nai- Itm l I u r i ;r
I - -S of all I1 -i
Ilolll'ho d |ipol.
I,Ata h -' for I I . II 1 l l
IistrIi t :11. IbtIt.,.
Sc hooll w l r abll
A h . i )( ) lt,t2it 1 Ihl It I
SAW\ S'I 'i.) w t. tlt I 0 . '-li (01 Ill i t'
tu Wl i k-ct~ lt w to i it I ;o- I. w!' I
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wil n eis II pit wc t t li
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sch(m (Ii I Li l No,i I lIi il it il i t I 'Li
,I ty.2. 1 1|a y lIt 10 it ; -t. Ill. t :t
I tw i l * i it i;
mit Its. ' -l\l iI Ih, 'h
U a i it uttI I?ltt' ttt Iv III t
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- i 1 -3 1 ( I IIt I'. I -luLl l olii l I e IVlI
I I1t3 at. s f INtwI It r rY S i
jIOP Iiti'g T.14t O 4it - , W t I I I it-d 111 Ii (f l
.il t.l (il-l I ,t (if en-t ;or I l '111 100tV
w I f I - i it -I1i112 - \ t ti- l ii 0 t)(i1 itu1
(lrt-flBLOI) HA[~.I ~ .\ b r
Toc:th , her Wrim)VIdla.~ tWiSeu
B lle) at1ut f li r
Of the Condition of The Com
mercial Bank of Newberry,
S. C., at the Close of Busi
ness June 30th, 1900.
Published in Conformity
With An Act of the General
Note. I D>v(,Ijt(d . . . . . $154,270 51
'afe Ilnid Fther ixtures .(.t2,311 4
I vn - t A Ace(,'t . . .6 2 24
stvCdaft 11, 1ered and un
seenred . . . . . . . . . 682 50
I lhind aid in 1lank 15,997 01
( 'alpital Ste<. . . . . . . $ 60,000 00
D1ivi1pln ald . . . . . 265 00
Ns-ir)III ilc unted . . . . 25000 00
l'di v 4ided 'rols . . . . . 8,875 35
In thuks. . . 55
1JiVidlti'd . . - 88,77 71---$ 89,174 26
IP'-ollally 11-111w.11i'd before 1110 Z. F.
\V'r i,,IICl. o (' i of the abovo named
I kuik,I he $wIlars that1, the abo1i)vo state
" 44i4mI' I to the bestof his knowl.
tld121 b .1 11"I ibelf.
X. I''. \\'w]["("It,shler,
I! " 1I t' ile this 31d (lay of
.111 V, 1 )4 )1
-M -I a SlIC A3 .\ N, ri sL j.
N. 1'. for. S. 0.
\\ /. \V.s ,.
STAT EM EN T.
Of 4oiditions of The Newberry
Saviu4s Bank of Newberry,
S. C., at the Close of Business
Juno 30th, 1900. Pub.
lished in Conformity With An
Act of the General Assembiy.
I-'.41 ili ,
. . . . . . . . . $159,182 30
j i*ra it s, seenre4ltill nd u
. . . 4 . .. .. .. . .,.12 (11
1 , "1-w itilO :1m1d itres . . . l -1,3 00
$1 318,39 891
- tI a1 . . . . . . . . $ 50,000 00
Sb ex en14e ptid . 1.1,38850
ivih i, i id . . . . . 2,031 00
om ,aain - - - --8 29) 18
heik u Tor ie . 6 6.3 11)8i
I fill i v id! u 4 th-pps.
it....... .$110,280 37 -$11(,507 21
nr. . - - . . . . . . 115,C0O 00
'r ly aippait'lred before mlle, J. M.
N"o"wotw. (-ir of ahoved namtiied
m4. W iiitig duly Swo i, Hayl til
an"4 4 a4-1ment i 4 t ) the best of
4444. 1 . N44441W1).1 ,* C sher
Svorn to b1 ore m1 t11 3d1' day of
W%.\J. (C. T R84 L .
.N. . F.,OR S, 0,
I . 4 . \il ATTillE\\'s
One P .4,I( k 'of Spring( itad Silumer
lillinersi' now 14'VoI~lid at greattly re
duced4I pr.t' . inl ord(erI that1 not,ingiij may13
There.', are, .4ub4-Ilntil vaLilues and per
fe1i in1 fiih and14 tast.e w ichi t,ho
and4 .44e Ih lit-yy andIi 1( take~14 avanitago
of th4e redneed41 14eil,s.
TuiiEl Is is1i ll,INIRY CO.
One car load of Bug
gies just received;
Buggies of all kinds
and of the very best
make. Also one car of
the well-known White
H ickory Wagons. Call
arid see our Buggies
and Wagons and get
our prices before buy
ng. We pay cash, dis
count bills, and can
give you the very low
fll ' inaipple GemI, deOlicious,
n ('hoolatoCream, very
Id r h andunequaled.
Ur~uks SlraLwberry Creamn,
Vanilla Cream, always
Ti l }a}} exact,ly right.
Aaii~iS los,4 Milneral SpringsWa
Tihe place to drink cooling fluids,