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K. H. AULL. FmIou
II commenting on the fact that the
town of Union is soon to have a seven
thousand dollar furniture factory, the
ColuWbia State says:
.-nin is to nave a furniture factory
with a capital 5tock of VA00--a sum
whi'h could be raised in an hour in Co
lumtia for a like factory here if the
right man could take around the sub
TDat is hC tro.ibl'. ncn.
Coiumbia I not di:erent in his re
cpect from other towns it.: this nei
borhood. If the rilt man comes aont
wth a suberiptior t. he can raise a
practia uv n .i'l t d fap oa : a
,he right man.
The irveat need t,"he th .:S..y" i
houng nel" %o\O C0.'. hr
0a e it I i
lf I i ht
ethat aw ng Ity' co . he' t,httd y!
the rig tt mdt h.d It a
letit be knownP tha he " menruies
We ha Le ve bu:-i . rieb:
herce in Nw:rry wl.-m weol can
thae ar cull eure the I-tvn :r
a gret art'u o 'f it r t iNeweI
we right , b 1ant o Pottn
ni: i a knocwnity to he mgrobuwl an
de N 've of teow enari th
whore havi lare itrt e ill indi
who ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ . ludbidaml ir in 1.
miths n outbfr lon if the do n bid.o
Yo great remembeitriht ere is ibih
ng athitmiare larer therandte inil
we have he ae gl of it btii
m.ire ditac her sitn thIle manufiianur
of In cot,tn.io Theenepie twe aved hereso
ae ae aige w erestn heve bwin fend
het ou befo_r wl,on if -w t d-1 (( not n,sIh
grat nadwhichfi rgor thariz the mmiii
fact That,r we coulda buiadoprt
es ith er.it. W) e glad o n hu
arewhrrd annotillingrd taof their
ceoatn go t hek o the u. tow andSt
n%hire isac-e hereststhi- \Vmilfaindr
atot,fre l ong el andhedno beiwld.
fuL s, ime that we(mell ul and olra
for themseilvesi as well.
I)EA' "Il OF EX-S,ENATOlt IllnY.
Tihe Ecvent wVas Not Unaexpreoteci-A liter
we ketec of Ili Careo.
N Newsrr andt Corn lo Whi
LAi ' ENS, ecem beri ti.- Ex-Senat r
John L. h. Irby died at. his home in
this city a few minutes after 8 o'clom'k
ibis morning, after an acote illness of
three weeks (rghlt's disease. His
iends being approb esi ve, from the
from the first, ho wain aware of his itua
tion, and met doeath with great fo1ti
Sfnatorm Irby was the son of Janes
II. Irby, a dist'ngu1s1d lawyer of ti
State. lie was of Wilg ancetry, tw
of his groat uncles having been ihuassa
cre:1 a i youths at Ilay's Stat.on by liill
Cunningham and a Party of tories dur
ing tihe llevolution. llis fat her was
IAeutenant, Goveruo,' in thle adlmninsat ra
tion of Governor John L. lannlng,
after whom the deceased was called.
0ls mmOtho was llen..letta arle, of the
well known Creenville family (if that,
name. A fler a perlmar'y educat ion at
the Laurens Academy he went, to
Princeton and to tihe Univerity of Vir'
Col. Irby was called to the lBar In
18761, and after practicing his profes
sion for a short, time lie rtiredl to his
farm, lie was elected to tile Leogisla
hure in 1886 and 1888. In 1890 he was
ire-elected and chosen Speaker- of the
llouse, from whieh position he was
promoted to United States Senator to
succeed Gen. WVade Hampton, sermviing
in that body for six years from Mat ch,
189)1. A t the end of his term ho voluin
tarily retired, being succeeded by Judge
Josep)h 11. Earle, of Greenyhl t. lie wa,
also a member of the ConstItutIonal
Convention of 1895, taking an active
part In the p)roceedings of that body.
Ffor the last three years he has assid u
oaasly practiced his profession In this
city with success. In 1890 he actively
championed what Is known as the "Rce
form Moevement,'' going Into power
with Tillman and his confederates.
In early life Col. Irby marrIed Miss
Nannie McFarland. of Cheiraw, a
daughter of Col. McFarland. His widowv
survives him, with seven children, two
daughtersand five sons. Hie also leaves
a brother Dr. William C. Irby, and
three sisters Mrs. E. M. Cain, Mrs. J.
W. Jones and Mrs. J. 3. WIlson, all of
While never a sttdent Col. Irby wvas
distinguished for quickness of appirehetn
sion and readinets of application, lHe
had strong convictions and, unlike the
piroverbial politician, never hesitated
to express them. Cot. Irby was anything
lint a timesorver. He attr-acted, and
many were attached to him by hooks of
The funeral will occur, w ich Masonic
honors, at 11 a. mn., at the city cemet ery
tomorrow. Cel. Irby was chosen MaE
ter of his Masonic lodge at the recenjt
election, and had he lived would have
be.en installed intbe ofmue on the 27th
"NOT GUILTY" THE VERDICT.
ItEv. WM T. Jvi NItTN WAS A:QUlrTEl)
oF 0ItA1 CIlAIE OF M3UltDElI
After Its ariig the VerdIet In the Solemun
1ililnetse of the Early Morilng, Ito
Preached to Ills Congregation.
Dve. P.-This morning at 5:30 o'clock
the jiry trought :) a vordict of i t
guilty, and ilt- Rev. V. F. Johnson war
a free man. and the si_,,ht of the law.
innocent of morder in Iho killin: of W.
T. IN'ngerlast A pr!i.
Vp to 1:.W o'clock 1his mornimin t av
peadil that the jury could not aree,
and t was thought that thecourt would
ar ct-er r a mui-trial. This expeYcta
:;, was c'r r.c nlvten, rally. and it
pa( gc! oman dring the
v c m~ the court room
an- . v a tma! ci rowd
N1 w~ r
i W . Ii t
.- a t v a i ca m
tc a 1. w' 1 tw n.n w.iw 1
t I: L lu h ar': . t :. a L
t- t ! wh ter h * wat. -n o r -h i
a :v r a e Wii lt wh. Ih,r hl wnt.
tf 4rel to ii fanI y a ifret
II I I - t ayt-tI ij' ilty aIid pati eill\
aim n1t.out :dowiiag the l-ast cuotilln
. t - a- tie fil enian11 r1ad tlie ver
d-c'. "N' guitY. He - ii-tly and
P :-- t: t hook bard s %%i vitch j-jror
th. !I:;ft Ilt. colirt room and went to
At 11 oclck today Il prelihled to
halr c(11)v .'atIl0n ill the Bl lunber-t It tj - -J
Thus iled, the 1t no1ttlh trial eVer
meIl inl this county . Busile.-s wa-1 ll
Imlo!t supenled il town Wld ilt' ktn-1
est interest tikikn by tv-ry one in the
p-ocedilngs. 11. EA V tS.
II E:% AVYU Itt II iEE OF 1,IQUOIt MA1) F.
lintly TI,ene-ItiqlA r lit oli'am v4jtl of
'SIti'T*' of A.I Khi14 ail (41nsi n Or
(Gre, nvil l Dilly N(.w%vs)
IM-e. S.-The' Sta11e b- )OIald of di ttor'
of the dispelisal'y haiVe CompleLted iri I
purellisies $Inld the result is that a larger
qualltity ol I 1ttir hlt', been liought. than
evter befort'. in t h : Isitery of the inst,itu
t,ion. In t1he ag gregatC there were
pl-chased (1000 e111rels of whIskey,
gin, C., and ne11l t tily ait equal amilloutill
of 1ecse Aood s.
Di)1 ,31s try ollCials S:ty that, about
10" 1%arrels ia diy a;-0 flow leing Imloviel
oum, mind willh the hjolidatNm the dvmintd
wIll tie greaLter. TlL'oerefo they say1
th at, w~ln the voI llne of bus Iiness is
takcen111Cli in con itionhL te amoun) lt of
purebasesci0 Is not excess8i ve-.
Thle purebase areLSlL' re'narkPIable3, eB
$ l00,000t wort hi of sItock~ onl han and(1U theII
case goods) ordero is ve'ry large. The i
dIItisensry iat one tim 1 pu iLt up Its owan
case1 goodsi antOd lSaved( 1mone y, it is said.
EoX :EOL.ilcui i rEM3.
Our schiool observedot TIhanksgi ving
Waes glad to hear' froml oullr fr'iend
"lj'tnsh" aLgaIii. G ive us the tnews often
Sorlry to statle NI Iss laigie Stone Is
cil IInedl to lher room)il wItL h tIhuimtism.
'rof. It U. Cout. andiii wVif spentkl
SatuIIrday andt Sitnda ty w Iith her fathert-'s
fam tiily In tisc seCt-lol.
I spent, a few hor-s iln Newber-ry oIn
SaLturdtay and ai usulI I foundit thei merC
chants busiy selling goodc. Soriry I
missedt( seeIng lmy friond "''osh"1'
Hi',v W. We. McMNorr'is preached an
Iit ercating ser'flf mon i Sunlday af ternoon
to a gooda atutdienice. T'he daiy was lovely
for church goling.
MIr. L. C. SIigloy lad famnilyv, of near
Garoys L-tne, have bee-n down visiting
relatiives~ and( frilends In this sectIon.
P'rof. J. S. Wheeler and family left
01n last. Ttusday for their new home in
the UJtopila stct.on. Mrt. li'ght NMI ilr
and faily- are niot dom'eilld in the
dwelling valcateLd by Mr. WVhoolor.
G~ood manny of our peop)1lare off to
day fir Newborr'ly.
Niessrs. Ivanas Sease and IFarence
Hloland two atudenats of the college at
Newherry spent- theile ThanksgivIng
vaceation at home.
Prospriity' otught to drlop the dispen
eary ideii now and go to work and1( put
in a Cotton Seedh 011 MIill Such an oni
tor-prise wouIld buIld up the towvn. Try
Mrs. Set-zlor of near Peaks, spent a
few daya with Mr. Betlght Millers'
family here last week.
The roller flour 1m1111 in the count y
haven't offered any premIums but the
farmers have put~ in the wheat just the]
The next on the programme wIll be
Christmas and the turkey will be in'
-Help Is needed at once w ben a pr
son'8 lifu Is In danger. A neglected
coughi or cold may soon become serIous 1
and should bue slopped at. once. One 1
Minulo ('ough (Curo quickly curesa
coughs and coldlq and the worst eases of 4
erouip, bronchitIs, grippe andi othe-r
throat and lung toublee. -Gilder's e
TO 110 (10Li IN SALUDA COt'N ry.
'Tho Cultbreith M!ni,,g C(o,IjAty" of Thie
City Applipe For Ctirter.
Dee. t-Saluda, though one of the
>aby counties of the state, is one of the
uest fertile and most independent, and
le dovelopment of new industries in
hat section augurs well for the pr.
rusa, and future promineece of the
ounty whi"1b now has the shortes.
The latest enterprise for S dhda coun
y is gold minin'- Co:np:%ev to b' eapi
3:'le at $100). l'he corpora'ors are
Lli re-,identsof Newberry. where will be
lie ofliees of the company. Application
or a charter was filed yestcrday. Atl be
ore stated, the proposed capital sto,,k
1 -.1.1 a ki. at $ 1 (k,p1er share.
Tn1t corporaters are Cei. Jees Y.
'artat h, one of the foremest law%ers
C the New hrrv bar: Dr .lamet s
onlrt.'h. one of *he 'eading phyi
an, o'f the sa e.n ar:tt-,! M0 1
r t mea:.a rr r v.
The . a e a: 11' N i N
I*e , 5 - e e t hafl e to
rhe, p nes seek pr-a in
u.e1% og ti at Ne th rpdt wher -
y the establishn:ofa di sp iaryiin
ia, may beptetd A te hearing
>eo s , ourt nv it- l g : text e
f t,he deree of the SAleine Coser in
'rosreri ty di -peti;avy inj.1netbon. eaQe
h pl-t id ioni-: seek peratiuol d i.
vintie perg iio- tin tospondent- whero
ot the vsa,0lishi of s isull sary iii
ne i 's ih it. n t2 y 1r h r
[nea Ofh the e contv of
rWhverv, ill th Stae of Soi i r1t0
rain, 11f1r t. he evtihd At tohe hearing
wfore tis ouat i its ot iginal jthrsd i
ion the rtsoiiaits Inteposed a ge
iny i'per to t hae peti ion.
A\ftvr do icosOidCt'rat tll It Is dectiled
wit r to saveyi,le tho elilu-l-er, bulr
vithI till!s pl-villi4slonl that thle r-espllcd -
titm l. -trlowed to aecr fuilly to the
neiits witn tme "ex( 20 ye rs hre
ft n sisio . a h ce r asonls foi i s C ia
Ins4ioll will h)e Vv enl her'eaffeCr. In till-'
ilandwhile tii- er fy board of control
ove NewbefY, Soncti v aroina, i res.
'1d1r fro1 the (!tall llg Of thorn! dr
wnsaiy at sald town of P-o'd peLrity.
TLmhis oplinon wa-h Siied by tile fll
mlrt, WIt AsKovil e j lstic) Eegken
it len dissenting.
B --M . A. B' -aget- e i lir , M s
Nlma noerons avr had tie y pe.
-'.in ol'. I ev. Fe. 4 'rwn. , of Novlh
i iatford, N. , who says, 'or 'ars
I um.rwd to'tpe from E.i-otoie iA iij.e
io., li Kodol iaoemian. .
x-G. A.iui0 1W' Dickert, Mss walt Dor
' odh, ael Dennti i t' o ppi
F-M v eief Fatnie Foste ', thetchrst
floPS d cntI i e.(0~i od
G -Mrs. %. Coe A.ru Gorewod
'am.Ec l.I etes
Wn,iMinsMig iHpan, Jame Har
[ienrix I. s an190ik0:M L
J -Johio et oniceAas Jons.a n
le-M H1 . lBigton e,y rs, Long
M---SuOrsn Mateus, Anhur Mltn, A
C es . r.i Maeint, Mis.( E map.
'or, Pnk Morris, J. . T. A.orrrs.
ih' NIs . W.pa No l ia
F- NaI ks Fanem. t lece
(P-Nriv. W. A. Peo, Mnrs. M.E.
RI-Davas llultT, Mimo Reese,l Mar
['baies, Miss lILaizza, Ruff,s Wilar
'ine, lev.'o W. Rieieror, Piortel
S-Mdiss Vincy Jappard Mrcs. . M.
Jpers .Jl S.eter, illoeSrtr
John\I i.tockton, Jamoes 'rey, Mois
Mis ore. take
Vi-Juanes Vins, Arv.Thuy VelLo.
W--W.5 *L"t M Wilson, Miss Eula L.
Wliso, ~iss Molisa,h '' Woias,r
Press.i Wlias NoL. W las ar
l'--Fsv.W M. Y.dloo FMr. M.-E
Dee 4,v 1900T .om es,Ms
.~eaLieS, ORs ISLA l' i.i
heares J of stch-, thelc Utedr
3aningo San suldn (2) a.y (nmmow
VJaited Banin, sud. Trst Vpany)
ilsong issh nlIaetohD Willams Mr
t. 4,19 nrnom00
Botha Edon Items.
Sra'1 grain is looking line. There
is sI: Imore wheat to be put in yet.
M:- 1. A. llawklus returned Thurs.
day from at trip to White Uock, and
other poit . r s in Lexington county.
Mrs. S. A. jeter. and etlildren came
hoMte F'ri1a and retIurned Y-steIdAV to
her enowol in I'nion eount.
Thanlksgiving was -Ient in hunting
rabhbis. birIs oe - by most of our eit
Mrs. 1. 11. Xonned:y r 1turued f-oi
Due West 'a-' S iturday ., her father's
NI ~s.N e n~'nooeomimtnit'd hrr.
Nlr,. W \. Wilitz'. of Chi r!ewe,. N. C'.,
i s rP't:. . a 'e wt.a with her par
ents. Mr. :..i Mrs I.. A. lankins,
'i 0 -
' ~ ~ ~ V i n v t- i .
Nobody~ knows alli abo'ut its
sno C o3 Livc'r 0i 'when
thev think. i: is~ caused lv im
It r:.;v i : ' aK0 nS : be caused
by the f.i- ure oi stomach and
boweis to do their work. If
it i;. VOu will cure it; if not,
VOU Will do no harm.
The way, to cure a disease
is to stop its cause, and help
the body get back to its habit
When Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil does that, it
cures; when it don't, it don't
cure. It never does harm.
The genuine has
this picture on it, take
If you have no,
tried it, send for free
sample, its agrecabl:
taste will surpris(
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pea~rl St., N. Y.
Soc, and $i .oo ; all druggists.
NOTI(-E" IS HERE~BY GIVE~
that. Mrs. Fananie I Todd and
MI,he! Todd, L,he widow and1 ' inor child
of Pro'actor Todd, deceastu, have ap.
plied to me ao have their homestead
exemptions in the real and personal
Pstate of the said Proct,or Todd, de.
cc,avd, atppraisedl anad set apart tc
them necordinag '0 law
WV Di R AlRiDY, M'tster', N. C.
Master's Ollice. Dec bth 1900
A L,L PEISON A RE H-ERERY FOR
bjiddlen to r respass ont the following
lands by ridinog. hu nting(, flshing, wva
gon ing or~ in an.v '''her wa.
Cha". S. Sube.r, S. TP, R. Brown, A. C,
Caldweil, M. C Catldwell, S S Cun
ninghamu. and A. J1. Gibson. St. I.
LOST OR MISLAID.
C ERIt''ICA't'Is No. (6883, f'or fIve (6
Shares - f Stock in the United
Htnking' and BuaihsIing Company, (now
United Banitni g and T1rust Company),
st,andiing in th ame 00of Mi. A. Carlisle,
on the books of saiad U'mpany. App!i.
cation has been made for duplicate of
amne. M A. CARLISLE.
GO To TE
For Wedding and
I extend to ono aind all a cordial
invitation to visit, my wonderful dis.
play of now and beautiful holiday
goods, selected with a view to meet
ing every ntend of the girt makers.
Our stock includes innumerable at.
tractions perfectly adapted to meet
the reqnirements of people who are
in search of gifts for wedding and
Xmas gifts, expensive or inexpensive,
suitable for old or young. Now is
the time, and the Book Store is the
place, to get just what you want and
just wvhat will plese the person you
desire to rememb.er. The prices are
right on every single article in my
entire stock, and I will guarantee
you that you will find something to
please you if you will come and see
my line. Come and see, if you do
not want to buy. I am always glad
to have . ou come and look, and will
take pleasure in showing yon.
W. G. MAYES.
VOSS and SOHOLTZ,
HERALD ( SQUARE
1re(t from New York Citv.
'n N s sof1\"aIl tmo Ope.ra, Oom
MONDAY D .
NIGHT .. De.1
Monde.\- Nitehl 1,.M \t r .
Tklos:'A Nipl)1 1~1 11 ATALOR
'~~ r~~ .N Anti' 'I.Ni' 1,1.01114.~lt
A full line of up-to-date
and only 5c. a cup.
Come in and try our
or a cup of
Opera House Plaza.
Phone No. 133
And See the Line of
We are displaying now
SiLKS, etc., etc.
We are right Up--o
We can please the
most fastidious in style
an d t he most economi
cal in p rice.
We have, as always,
the best linings on the
and NOTIONS of all
and we can build a love
of a hat to match any
Our New York Milli-.
ner, Miss McLaurin, is
thoroughly posted in
all the latest ideas.
Do not forget our
The largest line of
SHO E Sin the city. See
our Bargain Counter
sure. Come and see
us. Yours truly,
Mo wer Co.
4 saE rLE d
.ag^o'c*b* * als o wello an ter.
ra.et goob I nfo to call on Mr.
tt6f JNO. W AYLQOR,
Will as usual make our Store his headquarters,
but owing to the slow arrival of goods we have
not yet fully opened up. By the first of next
week we will show a complete stock of all kinds
Don't Buy Your Dolls or Toys of any Kind
Before Examining cur Stock.
REMEMBER.! Wo a-ro Headquarters.
We call your attention to a full stock of
Raisins, Dates, Nuts, Currants,
Figs, Cocoanuts, Citron, Prunes,
FLAVORINC EXTRACTS of all kinds
Whole and Ground SPICES of all kinds.
Fruit Cakes, ready made, that will please you.
HEAVY STOCK OF
Green Fruits and Candies GRALS
ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE.
Give us a Call Before Making any
Xmas Purchases in our Line.
S. B. JONES.
The Clothing Store,.
The Hat Store,
1he Shoe Store
The Furnis.hing Store
Ewart-Pifer Co. "L.ittle" Store,
Under the Newberry Hotel, where you will always find.Snappy, High Arb
Styles in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, ait prices-that defy comnpe
@ SHO.gISI @ SHO]SS!! @
We carry a good line of Men's, Ladies',,Ry anBhlrnsSos he
that we guarantee to give,.satisfaction. osadCilrnsSo,She
Underwear, Neckwear, Hand kei-chiefe, Suspenders, Hosiery, GIoves
Umbrellas, &c. We respectfully ask for a share of your patronage.
W. Fe EWART, 0. F. PIFER,
Pres. and Treas. SeC'v,
Executor's Solo of Real Estate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,1 PARKER RYET
BY ORDERU OF PROBATE COUR~T I ~Jl0Ple,'ol.etr.i
tiop, to the tgbest bidder for cash, al
th a lot of land in t he town of Helena,
which Vi~ Ga lma died seed a'nd
oesse a ning oe ac r mora e ohrn
Railway, and ad ijning lotshofs,.AC.
thony Wright and olhers Purchaser'
to p*y for patters nd stamp .
of Vi ey Galiman, deecas -n1. xd t
Nov. 10, 1900.
(RBTAnLIssaD'IN 1871.) A UPsesre
Capital - --$150,000.00 ______________
Surplus and Profits -- 96,865.88
General banking business transacted TE WB RR
~ollections orrespondence solioit,e.
Savings Department. WLBYAN E,
Depesite allowed interest at the rate Bo d
epost. Inte t payable Jenuay
nd July 1et of each year. mrgg~
. A,i 0 zmINst est. 'rR a E t t .
Please rothietber that we do not ex-0.BMAE,Psdet