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Till CAIVAIlN IS OVEIt,
The Greenville Nws shoiuld remem.
ber that the charges of the non-en
forcement of the D-: pensary law were
mado by candidates who wa-.ted the
ollice and who could fiid nothing in
the adminiistration to criticize and
thought, this good c:'mpalmign st-u1f with
wihich to catch vol -. Reause ('har
lestonl Supported (Go clrnor MeSweell'y
atid was opposed to the )ispensary,
therefore there had been a deal With
the blind tigers on tie partof (Goveriior
3eSweenley just z tle entire popu
latioti of the city ', \cve I-1unn1ing blind
tiger-. Ilt as we have said this was
alt done and said lor caim paign purn
)OSe-,s aid it was lillhty small Ilities,
It was an elort, to "et the people out
side of Charleston to do just t he oppo
site of CharCston. \t tite ame time
Col. Itoyt. and hi., frih -1d, were work
ing and bidding for this vervy -amie
Hlt this is not n\ hat we w:ited to
say to thi (Greenvil News. The cam
paign is over aild I is titit. to drop
eam i-aigI argulinkn 1, if artit -it it,
coulhe nlledl, ad we Vk''et t: e
our vonlteml)porary enflg:lginlg inl thw
sinne kind Of stale t:dk.
It was only a few ye trs ago that this
sam editotr wts Oerely criIicizinig
(;ov. 'T'illman and oers folr the blood
tAhed and cosaueypart, (if Hte Ilh
pensaty law. Now Ie Nays a lilt W b0011
lettig wuld he a Itd tling.
( ;ov. .l eS wei.e ne if wo Ieimllemberl
corretly did not. "lim that, the inw
was enforced absluely in tihl' lity of
Charleston blut. did chiim that, it was
as well "'nforeed as it lhad eve' bwen -t,
t lie records would show anil that i
(c id lot, hIl cliforet d ab!,olult,ly inl that
city so long as -r:ind ju it's failt-d1 tts
ind itrue hills ail( pet it juiries re, ful
to convict. Witll positive m l I irt
evidenclv it, is im .i h!i to .se-u-1re
colivictimn il Chat letonl for violatinl
the diisp St Il-yi law. Tle ( ieenulvill
Nows talks likc (t'-(ovrr ;M0 houl- 1 Md.
be0causu. hle reoceive-, I:t0 yearl, 1 0
(IOWn1 to ( liarestOn lIltld taki'li glaid
juries by the na,11ie of lllo teck 1and force
Ilhetn to finl true hills Itid if this Cal
not, bo donle tholn he .'hould go olit and
4.raise h1- 11 on ( 'ict-o's Atrcl,t, and11
every other strut il the city of Chlar
leston. That is 1.ht somg of thle 101ma;1
go-ole anld sounlds flike- thc tmipai;,,1
sitilf we li ard aill sumiler anil if tin'
Governw were tod to this the Greenviil.
News would be ainmgog tiel Iri I.s to
criticize him for it.
if the Governor'. tuhlliods have bxet
so timid and punly wh ly <Iid the P, I-I
ple anild newspapers who 11r so much
interesf,ed in tie tiforceiieit of tile
dispienlsar.y law% wait 1until it vaal i gnl,i
was (n to critizize Mmll for hlis courise.
No, it was all for 4 Wip ligii p'lurposes,
an! nw that 1h1 u .-i1 iS *41r 11ad
the people hlave gi't 1 lthE.! adiiistria
tioln Of Gov. NI.\VSwV!y 11h11 a strong
enIdoriSemientt it is time to take lip somie
Ithin g el se.
Th' e Gov etrnor hat en Imforted the d is
llenisary law better i tan it hias ever'
been en forced and11 lht is j 't,1y pr~1omtl
oif the fact thatt it, inis~ been d.otne with
(lit fic tioni or blo'od.!-stied and11 we feel
lie sobler thIin ik ing lleople of the Stat e
app)lreciatte such a course5.
A1)OPT'ION OF si1100. itotl(1
Th'le St ate l3oartd otf l-iduicationi miet,
last week andii adlopted boo1(k- to be used
in ourt coinmoti schoolds for thle tie xt liv e
years. 'T'hey made ati atlmost, en t,irely
cleani sweel) and1 comlete chantgi'.
We dol not,I ink ai grealter' mnistak ie
cou1 ildi hve.' bieen mi ''he, foir mtost, of the0
blooks that, arie now otu the l iit are eni
tirey atfciry 211nd realliiy much
bett,er' thanil sonmc t1 :1t, have beIen sub
books were just, gettintg into general
use, and1 it. will be a1 heav1l~y tax on aII
work and buy tnew books. As to his
tl)ries, there was a sentiment ahot,
S-outherni hisutories w ihi si.emts to
have taken possession (If t,ho miembers
of the bJaardl withiot.il hyme or reason.
T1hey hv pu' ~it 0on a hiistor'y writ,tn by 13
a Ars. Lee, (of Vi rginia i, and published
by a Rlhe ichmond houIse, and if the test i
uminy of teachers is worth atnything it,
Is the most untecatbie boolk that was
pr1esenit/,d to the board. hiatnsell's hiis
tor'y is now Oin tbe list anmd w~as written
by a Southern matn and has the on
dorsiemenit of the C.onfeder-at.e veter'ans,
and11 Is saidl by those whol havo ttaught
it to be far superior to Leo's ias a text,
book. T 'bon M aury'i geog raph y is dis
laiced for Frye's. Miaur's wasq writ
tein by a Southern maln, and hats always
boen consideod an excllet book.
Frye's is a Noirthern book, and hias
niothinig to commend it,excep)t the illus
trat,ins. B3ut the gi'eatest objection
we see to the action of the hoard Is,
this chanige Is going to wvork a gr'eat
hardship on thoso pl)e for whom t,he
board was especlally to act Iin that the
books on the list that wetrc stisfactor'y
are swept away without cause, anid the
purchase of now books will be a great
tax oni our1 people who are ill able to
alford It. In some eases t,he books on
the list woro unsatisfactory, anfd if bet
tor and more. teach able books were
- otferod they of course should have been
* The radical action of the board was a
very great suirprise to a groat many
people, and wve can e no reasonable
* excuse for It.
Grover Cleveland is not sayIng any
thing In his behalf, but it is said that
he will vote for Mr. Bryan. ilo, too,
wants to run with the majority.
Tho Slate liewspapter HeelluIs de1gh ted
to m1akie 1leasat rekft'rentys 1o G;Ov.
eSwteen's l 'rivatte St"e1etatry anil to
ils p)per. The0 PriVate Secritary its
had very litt,le to say for t ie. press (tir
ing the atill paign just Closed and be
has IlOw 1 no ('oi0dati4n ts to iaCik e a, to
thet resuilt'. Inl fawt- he de'm-< S to fulivi
tItte te editor of the State iewsptar
oni the iresult, and to tvnlder his sincecre
congraLtu lat ions. We wouliit ilo I
nind this sage of tho pres that thie
campaigi k Over and h-:' the bitt l'
has b1een fought alt won ai l Hlie be.-t
t hing fOr him to do ik I., wcc'p, tl
er'IdiCt of the soVel'ti-gli I p e anti
lIarn wisdoilm by Lilt) expt -ric t-La'es (if the
past and devote his Lime and talmnts t
tbthe up u)ildiltz of tile State ItIld its n1a
terial interestS amtt to eschew pulities
and lOt he conitinuaHy buttilg his hwal
again.'t a brick wall. Inl fE t lie shoWi
1intIOw by this time that eL is not a
il It'r of 1ieI aid tunh10s, lie ChiatIg .
Isk :-pots nevver will bw. I'o I-Onliim
atifi we pOint, him to tll. vo)te in tli
rt,ctent primailryl of h1is iN'I cityv amd
cOutty and if he aupirt- to iniffi..wee
thrOu:lhouit, the State to til Vote in all
Ii' Iean iots of the I : . il O 'Ihond
"tuldy 'he retrn* 1 ht Nvwilling to
I ia; wi-doi h-'' inij lt ir i i at ibi.
fount)1tain fill' S 'lil tim linit, ol of mak
ing i'celarks abO it GoV. il.-, en' '
IhII Vat. S-Cr'CtI%V.y and h1is p per1)Ut f0lr
hItlih of ite-' will Isur.uti Ii h the e\ ;'n
t':1no (f tlt'ir way, iundist ilted I)y any1 v
h l.t at the t-' n:1 -aIy. I !wrt
is lit) S - vxplaillin. lhow it ill hap
pli,. \\While youl art lteing hnc': at
the )r' l i er' whit!hI .\ (1ou h:a1VeC just
tiniihh1 t-11 1y llity gct a iuch h1li ler
fall Ovir thlt Onle jutA in I frIOnt (if you.
\\, lukc li) chatige for this advice.
"ht ti ruc- ion has a' lul it,
an I wc hopt. (1.L - itresion
jit I it I aut a- fI'y Ithl SeI. whII b;v e It
cI'm :ii lii i : t htt thte' oh : no e ."
(",I\. \N .,-' - ' I 'r vivt c-re
bI 1 iin' ved fro '1lt ey s of the
ier . atn' I i y ca n --e s nd vowthits
t r ri nd . ..vel iin .- r"cry, )r
tlew n--t.- T he Sta,l I t h. I 1
\ l),ll. IObabily ;I, t h the mhese fOr-ce
tul i tO t of ill is th lti t i p of Mt'il Of
t I ';Olulia fav e ded to Vt'tI
igari ng ti o ti l th tatc. Of ivhir own
t itnl Will, ind01114p 11'en t, Of 11hcot
wh1imlat l h I i n igs I reOf di-- runtled
lhi U thi and. few nW Sluij1js in he
It l vtt atli n th ic l I )Ities of the
tat , i rre c a t ive L.r I vf d ency a mttll tiol
ctiy (if pu I n \l, h' 1, tethink. Velr
tainy (aughlt, TI.-t StMie a hv:SOnI 1,hat :it
IanI ' to r ood It tht oi . th it
I o t tIlls i ch in t iten f o ver hi votei2,i
of i vi !A itS naiit as It CM I I ;
Tni hi t I cII it'on a Id 1 ilIs f7r
tolbacte I i as k nmel id (neil It ry'. lit free
Silver tf re.,y iit n c d .11 t. \\ 'hnit
farm- er01S arIe gtt.ilil i!O-d)rJ e for
to te hewaot a(ll or Jofl'nl OtOef he.
-1L'l'Cht st 11ing t le-l' o . L i t laIt.
pm' e 1plLt think th t I e tst high
tt.at as spen ait the lt i O nli iif .g i n-t
bity-tie 1is e 'd Itlh i fr ei,' nivi wlil)
Oa ai to e h e toi Ithe t 1i iin s hiltonKe
Itil ie ISad0'1tru. t i N i is, in our pinif hIt
nole ihi and10 ltrya haveli% not.hing Ito
de'oIl iti it.n ,a te e tc to
that' tah arevr ltltose t'
hI'rhy en anouI d it iitu 411'en i'i luLo te
tipapl erstti se8ra1 o theies 'llarei' hol
hm It mi lfs inthis Lfn hontry wil c.l's
down,tt or( rat.her ruent Aon haf tie, bt
e'usn toetprice o (f otion i too" hih
and1 Viit Iot.on l goods tosi lo w\ehope
iiithi is not L tr e,fr II 'i eh) a o ursile'
Ne.m'dtol' Ins the prtvotrt I toutier to
ai ilrtai VN tie, wh e w are nlIiohit
nuiit be bsiniloesh foi te milt totio
thoi1 bit dtat tlookt~' )xa'cly hfat.
Ind fat eiiargynclined to bentv it isla
bdulf torobie cpta ndw.hp
the hand willds btitalledso
CThe News Yrp Jornl onherofth
grraet nwptpers,o ruht Stude,lat
weekt sn fromiew Fork savs
Sugnar' Spo ns expret e:r, caring
phyiravy, nurles, Soucin Lads pro
vidion oh qdulerpeas. Thimy. We
calo havertin , lot, i of hli e Sile
noe Spin anda the Sonty the bhot
\\'oek lhofuhie very g oseNw
th ouarvs truly,es heesol
bnodaN botItfo &h nCdos.er
gra n eyugn.Atadata
DEATi " FiCEV. F N 1)[ 11. B ROiWNE.
Tim 0141cht Newsp,.it-r M,l,i III the Mlstate
a t lI Ve trria l 'l : f lilt, )% ilil.
odilmt Uph.v-<inal Chuarch. Souatil.
(N(!ws and Courior.)
Cobinbill, Sept. R.---T llov.
Sii II. I tlwne, t oldvsc nowspa.
por Imanl in I11s Stito aud a distin
guiishe<d Citien <hod hevro tonlighit.
Sili ltulet, Browne,son of Eilijah
m11A SaIrI McPhvi-sol irown(%, was
b)orn inl ohl Pndtonln Distriet, now
Amierson Coity, S. C., on Soptem
bur 23, 1819. _1o grew up1) an
woarked on his iatlor's farm, ocet
siolally litteiding a nieighborhood
"fd field" sehool, which cotistituted
ill tho vdientional advaltnitages lit
v"ij yed. Privttt, ulnitided study on
ltblvd him to qual11ify himse"lf for
sol t eachling, which Vocation ho
f(Mlow(d un1til"lbo becamei at Mot-ho
ti.-' pre'leler. Ho was ildmitetd to
t1w' ")ollth Carolina Conferenco inl
D4.0cin'r, IN F'), aftter whiclis Ik min
i'Iril work was its follows: "Ad
it(ted onl trial," at. Cotfereiceo hold
ini ayetteville, N. C., Decemilber,
155, UBishop j. 0. Andmrow prosid
ig, aftor which hoe served Its follows:
P-'16, Union Coity ; 1817, Nowborry
Conity; I IS, Cokosbiry Couty,
1 9, WVilinrgton; 1(, Cokosbiry
mq 61lty; 1 1-.2, Ed ei 1);3,
P- ll I otn 1-, Sum1ter; 18,5 ,
\\dsboro tComity; IK'7, Union;
lI'K8 , 1S0 (, WNadesboro Dis
tii( ; I1 2, Ninety Six County; 18613.
-l C- l-, okesbIry District; 1867, Mil
11011 St iiol; 1)I, r 'n Station,
C ,1umbia; I59, 1870- 1-2, Coltitubin
.1 list riel ; I 81-, atgen . C, 1't Columbil
Femlo Collego 1875 6.7, Silken
\Mission, 11%i-18-9, 1881)0 81, Stinuiter
ville; 1W52 -1-, Florence District;
155(-7, iL(esvillo and Concord.
Beemno siperainat o it Con ftirnco
liid inl Spartanhurg, November 30
I )ecemtber 5, 1887, aid has continued
to sustain that rolation over since.
The funeral ser-vces of the venera
Ili editor will bo lid it th Wash
iigton Streot. Methodist Church on
Saturday at II it. I.
llo was a delegato to the General
Conferences of the Soultlirnt Meti
odist Church, held in 18102, 180(5 and
I 1S7-, lnd represenit od hi is Con feretico
itS i special dloglto to tht Ieting
of tt Unliversall Peato Union, ieid
in Now York itt 1S01. Ilecoiing
in-plressedI with tll' sinfulnless, Id
lnrows of '.ar, and(l its Initlgonisli
to thleitehlinlgs of .1's1s chbrist, ho
estblihedtho Christian Neighbor
ii Columbia, S. U., oi April 2, 1868,
aniid frot then iAl th . dayIr of his
dethl ho contedOt( it int tho interest
of ponce, tarbitrationt, Christianity
and M.et hodismn. 11is term of con
se'ctivo editorial sehvico was lotnger
Ihlan of tany other Southetrni Metho
(list edlitor. Hieoorganliz'ed the South
Cariolinal Peiaco Society inI Octobr
I1S72, amnl over after was its Presi
denit, of the A. M. Peaco Society,
mal U. P. N. Chuaplain of thte South
Carolinta Press A ,sociaition from 1881.
ilo was twico married, Iiirst in 1838,
to0 Miss ESlizat Eminro G'eor, who
loro himi two chtildront. She dlied in
1 SIS, and1( on D)ecembel,r 3, 1850), he
inarriedi Miss Amelia Mar ttha Uss,
'l.mgter of tlie R ov. Henry IBas..
l'ourt sons5 arLd two daunghters wereV
I hie fruits of this nution. All of his
childiron are deaid, excep1t a daughter
by his firsxt wife, and a son by his
second1. His last wife died in 180)5.
(Comeos frotm Dr. I). Il. ( argil e, of
Washlita, 1. 'T. 1Ie writes: '"Four b,ot
I les of Elect rio Hiitters has eutred Mrs.
Ht'ewe-r of scr'of:zla, wh ichl hadu cused
her- great sultl'rliit ng f years. Tierr ible
5ores wouldl brea'k out onl her' head1 anid
Iace'(, and thle b,est dooLrs eoubhI give no
hiel p; biut her 1i1t 1ur itmp'ete and1( her
hiealt iIs e'xcellent ."' This ebiowsii liat
t houtsanids htave prloved-thvw t Electric
I itters Is the beOst blood( puri1lIltr k nown.
Itl's the suIpremot remedC(y for eczematt,
teltter, stalt rheuim, ulcers, hotlIs and1(
runniing sor'es. It st timufates liver, kid
nteys andti bowels, expehJ poiso)r, helps
d igestion, build hs upl th's at rength. Only
50) (cints. Sold by all dIrugglets. GAuar
'TheI Prlimary 1lletion Is O.ver', and the
Verdict of Mls 08 Fashi1onab!e
People)1 is that T[ho
Riser Millinery Co.
Is Untanimo~tusly, Elected
To L"urnisch the Most. St,yIlli
MIllinery for Fall and Wter WVear'.
Everythiing in ouri ine Is Mom: me
PARIls, attnd ouri leeLs be'at the lowest.
G ivo is ai call aind he del ightedi.
THE liIER MlILLIIERY SO.,
N10 WB1 RY, S. C.
Conveniently located to depots and
the business port in of thie cIty.
T'iInMS-$L00O per3 day, *5 010 per
week. Idena '25 Cjent
MRS ANNA S. EfDSON,
1t a w 4It.. Now borriy, 8. C.
For good Cigars and Tobacco go t o
(.li(der's Corner Drug Store, f&t tf
LA1' 'AMlC OF CENTURVI RCAl'tllIlY Al'
E trie, i A. i t . ,sig ry I1 ')
The t im Inst
State u r! f I'
trend 2" to.-: I: :,--.r a y i e c s d
am1oting to 1'- 87,(m, and t he rare
put.'es have beun c oibled, :2.000 beillg
PI'renmiumII lists and entry blanks will
be firnished cn application to the svc
r'tary, Col. Thmlst: W. Ilollowiay, at
'olmaiat. E'ltries mu1tst he Imue in
person o.r letter to Col. llollowa. at
'omaurit It or before October 11); after
that dato at hik office in Columbia, un
til Satuliday, October 29, at which timl-,e
the entry books close.
CoL. 1110loway Writ!s that he is di.N
in receipt of eitrius. The Iargestnim
bels so far 1-cceived fromt one exhibimto
come- ( 'onl a mntil inl Chester. who
witits 20 sttll.s for cattle and 10 for
horses, and froItm a m1an in I air-li 'Id,
who wants iI eattle stalls and .1 lors
stalls. Col. Ilolloway says ho has re
cuived no end of inquiries fromnte und
This evening the City Pai' Assoit
tioln's executivn coltnittee is to lwet
agitn it. It. is Ioped that ro: ports from
the various sub-comtit tees (anlt ie pre
sented at, tonilit's meeting so that the
contmitteo catl legin to east, about for
the best possible acttractionls.
And See the Line of
We are displaying now.
SI LKS, etc., etc.
We are right Up-to
We can please the
most fastidious in style
and the most economi
We have, as always,
the best linings on the
and NOTIONS of all
and we can build a love
of a hat to matchan
Our New York Milli
ner, Miss McLaurin, is1
thoroughly posted in'
all the lates~t ideas.
Do not forget our
The largest line of
SH OES inthe city. See
our Bargain Counter
sure. Come and see
us. Yours truly,
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
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
Valnat,lo l.amt( ror Cato
141 acres four miles west of Newbor
ry in No. 6 Township, good water', good
buildings. Sold for dlivision. A pply to
A. T. Wilson, Nowborry, S. C. t'2m
OF COD-LIVTR OIL WITH
should always be kept in
the house for the.fol
w il cure i
SECOND ' -
as in v.:inier.
Sloeve and Lin'.k I ito. SiEver
Novelties,Silver Ta \V Ware.
Ctit Glass. Gold and S:1-12=
ver Spectaeles . and
Which we will close out, as we will
disconfinul keeping them.
JEwE.l.R AND OPTICIAN
No1C Purer. Nol10BcttF
At all Dispensaries.
Annual School Election
N OTIICE 18 HERlW\ GIVEN
- tht a eletio wil beheld at
1ihe Crurt House in Newberry. 8. C., on
Wedclne.sday, September 20. 1900, from
10 a. m. to 5) p. mn., upon the q ueg,rion of
th.e as,sssmnt andl levy' of the two
mill 'ax ror the pur'poses of the New
be.rry Orauld echools (or the ensuing
30.1. '('hose who favor the tax will
vote "For.TIwo-mhill Tax.'" T1hose who
'p-" will vote "'Against T1wo-Mlill
blaiU.ters of ellein: D). WV. T. Kib
Icer, J. M1. Ho wers, G,. S. Noland.
A LA N JOIINSTPONE,
1P. N. MARTIN, Secretary- I. 2t.
.o'ewberry is hereby' cal led to
n'a- t ini the O)pera House at, Newberry
, u ednesday', Meptembler. 26t h, at 10
o lokt. m., to1 hear the report of tbo
Poard oif Triustees of the Newvberr
Fouri trustees wvill he elected at this
meeting. A L A N J]O HNSTlONrE,
F'. N. MA RTIN, Seretary. a 2t
E HERRY~vI lilx P UT*LIC~
Sep)tcnll 24th . Wht uil ih
out grado cards will report to the S8
p)erintendent's8 ollIce for examination
anid classification the 21st at, 9.30 a. m
coloredI pupils will report at the Ilog
School at the samel time.
II. H. JOUINSTONEp
Hopt. 10, 190(0. SuliiJrlntendelct.
H ave your Gins over
hauled, Wagons and
Buggies repaired at
We are headquarters
for the Buckeye Har
vesting M achinery and
repairs for same,
Wagons of our own
make for sale at mar-.
ijese and Japuese
Mittings, Lace Cur
.ains, Tapestry Por
,lers. Art Squares,
Smvr*na Rugs, Japa
nese Screens, Bamboo
Porch Shades, Exten
sion Awnings for doors
and u\ indows of homes,
Window Shades made
to order for stores and
residences. Carpets of
every description for
Churches and Society
Halls. Gocoa and Na
pier and North West
ern Grass Mattings at
the very lowest prices.
-(,t. 11!1bia1 Hotel Block
S. C.1 11 11
:'.'~' ~~ T~ NoTIC' AND)
calo w keep in tock th
on ti u marke ftr sale. See our Wheel
J. W. WHITE
Ne yo Sco Boo k,11
Pecis Pcl \ oe, okSth
and osuies theed Rush!
school room. We have a supply
rules to be given away to those buyin
supp)lies from us. Terms on all Scho
Books strictly cash. (Phone i5)
W. G. MAYES'
I llEIREBY ANNOUNCIC MVSI
as a candidate for Mayor of Nei
berry, and pledge myself to abIide ti
res alt of the Democratie primary.
JNO. W. E~ARUiARDTy.
I T A FFORD~1S US GR EA'T PLICA;
u re, in conisideratlin of h is impa
1 ial, .inst, honorable ad minls'ratio
and ever' true andl faithful service rei
dered to the town of Newbne-ry, S. (
to nominate Hion. 0. B. I'lay er' as
candidate for mayor of Newberry, S. (
in the coming primary election.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL[IN
COUNTY OF NIVEWIERy-I
.3P. Bowerrs, ot. al., Plaintiff,
Prosperity Cotton Mills, Defendat
All and singular the 'red itors of t
Prosperity Cotton Mills be and th
are hereby required Io render In a
establish beforo me their claims a
demands on or before Septemnber 151
1900, and all creditors are enjoined a
restrained from p)rosectiing th~
claims or demands elsewhere than
this action. WV. D. HARDY,
Master's Offlee, August 3rd, 1000.
(ESTABL IIN z87I. )
Capital- --- ---$15,000.(
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.1
General banking busiMess transact,
with promptness. Special attention
COllectIons. Correspondence solieite
Deposits allowed ilnterest at theo ra
of 4 per cent per annum from (late
dposit. let acpayable Junuary I
M. A. CAnLISLE Prost,
1. . DUNCAN, Oashier,.
The Nowberry 1Iiwaro (
would cul iaftti an1 yiibly
to thn fact that i: Io h 1)4ubi
Out 10. Asobuh
th a t. th ) il l,l I l t h ' th , dI l
at th o h tan(1 -ttll
havo OU hand at th
Agricultural owest pries
kinds, Upl0in(nts of
Plows, Plow S1C0ls, Tracc thais, (,h(is
E I OMi in , Giitiyatos,
roksiWShocld aSl slac
And overything "1(ld Ou- th far.
Harness Made to Order.
Repairing Ieatly and promptly dono.
WO aSo carry a iarg- lim of
SA DDLERY and I1A It N1
B It I DLE8, COLLA1S, COLLA It
PADS, aid in fact, evtrytljij
found in a well asior-tvd Stok.
F. A. Schumpert,
Everybody Invited to Join
the Fascinating Contest.
Reeder's Pharmacy Offers a Pize
Valued at Five Dollars to the
Lady Receiving the Highest
Number of Votes.
READ THE PARTICULARS.
leginnihnl Monday, Julv 2nd, eve
body will be atlowed to vote with e,h
glass of Soda Water or other delii.j
summer drinks dispensed at cur fo.l
This is i free open contest, and cv
erybody will be permitted to vt-c
early and often-the oftenler the h.
ter-for any fair fI'iend whoin tIhy
wish to win.
Al1 Votes m1st he east for some lady
in Newherry County, anld the lady
winning the prize Will [Ie allowed 14)
selcvt Some article of IIr owi faney,
anywhere in tlie United Stat.s, valud
at Five Dollayrs.
V Iotoocil fur Fi
cW i reI1' 1111101 yOil i icIlcs
in this fasvinat.ing conte!t.
At needer's Pharmacy.
Contest will close October 1st.
Is I am ow prepared to supply the pub
c lic with all the ice they may demia-ul
for the summiter.
rMy wvagons will be put on to-di:y.
g Any one wanting lee from wagvon v 1l
please notify me at once. T1his v .11
aIsHist me greatly ini making out route
1Ple'ase get, tickets and do not ask t'.o
driver to charge anythinug. Ice' will be,
sold sti,rctly for cash.
I sol icit, yomr p)atronaige, assuring
you the host possible service.
S. B JONS.
.Greenville, S. C.
- The next session opens on the 26th 'f
nSeptember, 1900. Vuli and thorou1
- InstrucelIon, leading to the degrecs of
, fl. A., and M. A , Is olfered. IoiOr'(tl
a In p)rivate families moderate; in ilits
,hall excellent fare may13 be had at, Is ss
ex pense. C2orrespondence sol leit.d.
Applicat.ions for places in the mis'
shiouild not be di ferred. F"or further
particulars aplply to the President.
N A. P. MONTAGUE, LL. D.
College o p so
eCHARLEp9 s,S. C.
Foud in 1785.
id Bnard In tihe Collego D)ormitory, In
ri eluding furn ished loom and lights, can
in be~ obtained at $10 a month. TIultion,
,$10 perF sesion, layable in two instal
ni-nts. One so hol arshlp giving free
tuition Is assigned to Nowbet.ry Count,y,
the holder to be appointed by the
County Superintendent of Education
and the Jud go of Probato. All candi
dlates for ad mission are permitted to
compete, for Boyce Scholarship, whieh
pays $l50 a year.
Strong faculty, well qpe i e hemi
eal, physical and biologica laboralo
0 ries; observator.y; library of l',000 vol
8 lumes; and the fInest museum of natural
,history' In the So'uth.
:d ElecI tiro courses leading to the de
o gree ot 13. A. and M. A.
. IiFor catalogue, illustrated circuiri
and linformnationl in full address
liears the lho Kind Yoli tIave Alwa 800$~