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El. AULL. Emro!c.
TILLMAN AN M'LAURIN AIAIN.
Thet reslIt of thm joint dobato at
Ganffm11y hlst weok ht ween Sonators
'lIliall and 1c1La]urm1-1l wits tilt) most
illoxpocted thing that hia happened
inl 8uthIfl Carolina politics in t good
many 3oars. As tho result of taunts
1111d 111lares on both tidvs, on Septoi
ber l 1oth South Carolina will b with
ont a rprosilt-ative inl lh Inl ited
States Senato and anothor election
will be forced upon th people ill
this off' year. It sooms thut beforn
th( illeeting neither of tho gentlo
men hald any idlea of resigning his
seat. It was done oil tIhk spur of th
ilonilent and witlout anly considora.
tion witever of tiho coIlSeqlnllces
which would follow. Tho reisol
givle is tlhtt they want til' people
to decido upon tho national quels
tions whervon thoy differ- expan.
sionl, subsilivs, nd till tho other
quMestiOUs newN b1efor'O t le ct ry.
T1he race for 'enlator TilhuanI'
long tWr1 will verN irobably y, te
twoon Tillm, ani11 1 and Meleaurin oil.
anll' froill all ple .o11t in cliont ions it
wvill b(, a caipaign of peorsoallil a1buse.
and1( thlt 0lectiOnl Will no0t hwe
St'ntitlln'llt of til' pe' - Oil the isslu .
but it will cnfly docido wllcl of tie
two moln iS 1os" PINpular in the Stte.
If Tillmnan and'.1 auinM hadI wanlt
k"d to disocuss expanlsion.,d -ISilb
is. etc., they eold have H doe sO
limch tiore eaily wcitliout a ais
palign, ail1 10 the coul end hlave d;
enssedt them101 iamnnrSuited to)
en1ight'n tIh1e people. As it is, lit
10111Ss and strife Will only bt) e't
gendered, and the Stlito will he torn
up. besides having to hear tle ex
pllso of a useless camlipaign. The
whole atTaitr would havo don more
credit to small children than to two
men representing the people of i
great State in the i ighest dlelibera
tive body of tie nation.
The governor has not yft actod
upon thet resignations. 1L,il an'r
Joet thll) anllid send thom1 back to the
qe1tors for fiirther consideration, or
lk' can accept them nild leavo it to
tilt' Democratic Exvcltivo Committee
to order another primary, or 110 can
appoint successors to hold olico unl
l tile lehoting of th n1ext Legisla
ture, whn tilt) matter will be left ill
the hands of that body.
It would 11avo bevil only a sHilort
timo anyway until MeLaurin with
his now democracy would liav been
b'efore the 1)001)1 for thleir endorso
mlenit and1 tile mtter woull haveyt
been decide0d. After thlat, if the peo.
ple had endorsedl McLaurin, and
Tilhtnan hlad thlought because of this
that t hey did( not want him to rep)ro
sont themt in thle Senate, it would
ha8ve 1b0en time l'nou~gh thenf for him
to hlave resignedl his seat. Withl as
big a Republican majority as t here
is inl tile sonaito McLaurin's vote 0on
Oiher sid10 would not have counted
for much01 diuring tile neOxt Oighlteen
All of tile othier cantdidates will
probably entor the race for tile short
terml and leave thle othler to be fought
out by Tillman and11 McL.aurin.
Newvborry should put onl her gala
attire next week anud give a warm
welcomo to the firemen. Already
soveral of our prinicipal stores on
Main street have beon beautiful
dlecorated anid present a pret.ty aip
p)oanice. All the meItrchants onl the
main st,reots should at least decorate
the fronts of thleir stores in honor of
the occasion. And then there is a
prize to bo awardeod to the most
beautifully decorated p)lace in town,
but this is merely a secondary con
sideration. Lot everybody prepare
to welcome the firemen, both be
cause thecy wvill be our guests and
because all honor is (due themlI.
Col. Wylie Jones has positively
announced thmat ho wvill be in tihe
race for tihe United States Senate.
H-on. A. (I. Latimer will also be in
the race, and probably Hon. Goeo.
JohInstone, of Newberry, and lion.
D. S. Henderson, of Aiken, and
many others have been prominently
mentioned. Prof. R. Means Davis
says that he will not enter the race.
It seems to be the general consen
sus of opimion that Senators Tillmian'
and McLaturin should withdraw their
resignations or that the matter should
be so arranged that a primary will
not be necessary. Campaigns come
too often in regular years to have
one when there is no need of it, and
only to let our senators see which of
them is the more popular.
Wo are glad to know that the city
counlcil is looking into tli railroad .
sit ii tit ion. It. Hpois pretty certain
that the Southern will buil( the road
from Blacksburg via Union, New
herry and Saluda to Johnston. There
is soile talk of its Iot coming into
town. Siehit a roi two or throo
iles iabove u114 Woulld do inecalcula
blo injury, whilo to coimo into town
would bo a great help. Every possi
le oilort, should ho exerted to brin'y
the road into the vity.
Jt i!l atright for S1,na1tors Tilbnanul
auld Mel'alurin to discus'i t,he issues
thiS iI if t0hey Vca do SO witout
pmrsonl I abuse, bit it is a cnlatit y
froil wlich wo hopt to be delivered
to throw tll Stto iInto the coivul.
Mit-Il. of it pii imar\ elect ion. Let the
issues be discussel aid t he peop. e
informed and then thtly can vote i.
telligently but thero was no occasion
for resignations at this tine.
We are glad t. leai n ta it New
l'ox ry i s tre to h ave a not her cotton
m)il I a t I tat the orgali. t ion w ill
p )rkbably I v I fec n't' 04 x1, t , 0 ls
It eals a great deal for tl- (own
and is a step all sh1ouhl have taken
two er thl0ree Or More year ago. it
v I ut new life in the oAl town.
' r o: r. t i I . N iutel.
D: ..:nday c will ienie at
ano~i a nd Mo ch'y' grove toiinorrow.
k i1 iny t ed There w ik be no
,l.Jim luther h a a ;re 0\ h) 110
book k neeper in t'Ilumbi .
Mr.A i ha return e friom a
pleasaint atnd i'eti2tble b'usiness triip to
Sa vanl n ahl.
M it d amnes lissel, lo: 1Ian and
Whtl,e.cr went up to Newberry Wed nes
We lip our hat. to our newly Iiiade
S:l' 11lillightS, Dr'. G00. Y . IIlunItLer andtt
Mr. K. Baker.
Mlr. Floyd 1laker. of (;allincy, who re- I
turned boin1e after a ileaian vikit, to
his 1'ot0her, Ni t. K 1 Hiker. Soime o Of onur 1
fairtest oles are sad. "He has such per
fet- inaiinn i.s.
I )r. Wyche is coutnting up t his loss
at Belit non1t. Texas-- he didn't, invest !
lir. K ihler is still prospectllg ''"out
(ol. lIut, of Newberry wias in town
If you care to see fit Incl, fai.r ladies,
at flourishing coilmunityadain
town ('01110 to i rl'os periity.
More anon. T1ro.
WithI thuis week ends the present ses
sion of the 1l'rosperi ty Gradled school.
The comtimencment exercises will be
hel next Tuiesdlay and Wednesday eve
nin lgs, June1 -ith and fthI. On) Tuesday
at 8.0 p. mi. the class exercises will
take place. There are nine menmbers
of the graduating class, all of whiom
have written essays and Orations to be0
delivered at this timte. On Wednes
day at 8.30 p. mn. Dr. 11. IP. I >ehl, I >resi
dent of t he Woiman's College, Colum
bia, S. C., will deliver the annual ad
dress. All are cordially invited to at
tenid the exercises.
MIiss Lla Ni 0selecy has gone on a
visit to friends in Anuderson and Abhbe
Mtr, 1'. 1). Simipson hits returinedl homie
after spending a few days in Newvberry.
Mr. 11. P. Lut her, book keeper and
stenographer for Pred 1'0. $olomian &
Co., sipent last Sunday at, his boyhood
hiomte in Prosperity.
Little Nannie, daughter of Mtr. J1. S.
Wheeler-, of Utopia, is visiting her
graind paroente, M\r. and tiMrs. J. M.
Grace Church Sulnday school p)iie
is Friday, May 31ist, at Brown's grove.
IEveiryone is inv'ited to comec andl havo a
''good, jolly timet."
The Methodist church is being greatt
ly lmproved1 with a fresh coat of paint.
Mrs. J. S. Hlarre has ret,urned to
Priosperity afteir spending last wveek
with her mother', Mrs. Odom, of John
soin, S. C..
I hcar that Mr., T1. L. SchiumlieLtIIs
gone to Atlanta to have his eyes
D)r. Iluntei and Mr. K. Baker spent
Monday in Columbia. s.
A Fireman,~'s Cioso Call.
"'I stuck to my engine, although
every jolit ached and every nerve was
racked with p)ain,"' writes C. W. Bella-.
my, a locomotIve fireman, of Burlin -.
tonl, Iowa, "I was weak and pale, with..
out anly ap)petite and all.lun down. As
I was ab)out to gIve tip, I got a bottle of
Electric flItters, and1( after taking it, I
felt as wveil as I ever d id in my life."
Weak, sickly run dowvn people always
gain new life, strength and1( vigor from
their use. Try them. Satisfaction
guaranteed by all druggists. Price50Oo
Stops the Congh and Works off the Coldl
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold tn one day. No curo, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
This signiature is on every box of the genuint
Laxative Bromo-Quginine Tablet.
the remiedy that an... cola ... e a
CILIFTON FESMAiM HI.MINAR.
nR'v. .1. L-. Williammont Dvelverit Iliat'hit
t 'he Slate, !!9 inst.]
1,'n1on, Mav "16. Tho lZov. .1. 1'. WVII
Lim1)sonl. of Newherry, delivered the
baIcalann' serIn'ionl to the gradIl
asii as of C'lifton Veuale semlilnary
la 11 olock this mlornling InI tll preVs
1n1-e Of a laieo ong:rgationi, ii thetk
l'reshyterian tlurch, this city. All the
oli (' hurchis. as usual, gave waly till
rit'vaiLt mol iiiIfl ibt le pleseit. i. W il
i II Sol's di'o 4tse wajS aitIot VX
et'lleit. on , and lotwithstandinlg tIe
thrvateli'lig wieatle'r the (h'1rc w- Was
Crowdul. am enjoyed tle 'erIoln to
the fliest. exteit. it, show ed that he
had.1 givenl tile sulijeckt thiughit aldt
study, and was well delivered. His
textr. was taienl from I 'sal s Il -lt':
"Thit ourl daulhters mllay lie as colner
Stot's, polished after tho silifliitde kif
I palace. ' The speaker said the tilrst
thi that oaite tilp in the minds of
".:kiuates was: W hat shall 1 do;
what shall I he, and where shall 1 go?''
lie dwelt 111111 the fact that the youiig
m11en (If On r eolunt ry a e t he coIe
stOlInes Of 0'.ur hoios, our Iiat ion and
S i, I V. It i. imIlportant thtn that we
:n ;od's h~iea inl life, lie quoted a
1ert n man as 1 in.11. 'Shall our wo
' l'e !i\ ers or vegetale"- They
bou.li he :-wers. for "coitiSder the
,ow tey row: I they toil not: they
n not:: yeI IuIayto you. that Solo
all hi I. lorv wis not arrak'
ho one of the.ce." It is no disgraice foir
o n ImaIt to wo t i she labors within
h ph er. The y are not Made to
: ' \\ it h \\all st reet and tle rough
of the world. but were crea'.ed to
mike homllc%i 11and society b0tter by he
ul: their corner stolies. It is ne'essary
or the woman to learn of her sphere.
lui the lih!e is where t!:ey learn of it t
Whether predetination lie true or not I
ed has settlted the kluestion loiig- siice 4
hat womlanl s houhl lie polishtied 'after
he s tiilude of a palace." and that t
an sholi' d be tle hiuriden hearer. '.'he i
.appiness of our hoies depend on the
eiale clildire in those homes. What S
i contrast between the way we treat t
i, female children here to the way t
hey are treated in foreign Lnds. The
1a-tern nations used to spetid much V
ine on the corner stone put in their e
ine temliples and palaces, having the i
MIs of lovely women engraved tpon t
he. fThe corner stones of our nation, t
IMMes and society should be strong. c
l'o make homes and society attractive, a
lise corner stones imust not, only be i
trong but must be beautiful. Elvery t
voian iliould be pretty and attractive 0
A) poSiblC Itnd thUS add plcasure an a
tappiness to all. Cliristiai character
-epresents strength and beauty. No 0
nan likes to see his wife, mother or n
,ister negligent of their persons. When t
womi falls they kindle the flaines of I
hell in their homes. All crime is dtie
to woman because she did not stop it.
\\'omen are often partakers of men's
:Wvimes because she did not hinder it. I
This was illustrated by a woman at
lend(ling a certain game, and allowing
young mecn who weire adding to lier'
p'leasuue to bet on thc game, she hold
ing the stakes. Such arc not corner I
stones but are destiroyers of home and
society. Reimember wherever you go
yout are' cornier stones, and arc mxade
to hold together the stronger and
rougher material-men. If you are to
he a success In life It must be a life of
faith. Banish from your mind that it
makes lie diter'ence what main be
lieves, so lie believes honestly. Build
your chiaracteir on the solid rock, and
take thle piositioni the God of nature has
made for you. When you go home
make it more charin g and beautiful;
remiemnbeir what par'ents hav'e sacrificed
to give you an edhucation. Their life
miay be an up-hi lll roatd; make the lill
easieir to climb. 'Thlen when you make
a home for yourself stay there and
make it a home Indeed-make It the
hiappiest on eairth. Then let your in
Iluence go out and dIraw society togeth
er. My prayer is that you may be
"'polished after the similitude of a
palateC." Th'le sp)eaker spioke about -40
minutes and1( It Is needless to say that It
was helpful to all.
Miss Florence Newmani, who has
been a great sulferer firom niuscular
rheumatism, says Chamberlain's Pain
lm is t,he only remedy that afTords
heir relief. Miss Newman Is a mtuch re
spiectedl resident, of the village of Gray,
N. Y., and makes this st,atement for
t,he benefit of others simtlairly alihicted.
This lhiiment Is for sale by W. 10. iel
Ilachmani Chapel ait Union Academy Chips
The fact of our absence from the
IIeraldl and News for the past flye woeoks
is attributed to the condition of our
health; but we don't intend to weary
the minds of the ptublic with our aches
NothIng so wonderful, but several
things has happened since we last
wrote that we would have liked to made
mention of, but~ they have got two old
to bring up in this fast ago of living.
The rain has been in abundance for
the past few weeks, but none of a seri
*ns natutre up to this time of writing.
I (Thie recent rains have brought up the
crops to good stands nlotwistanding
t,he lar'ge per cent that was to plant
over. If worked well they are in plenty
Limo to make a full crop.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. N. Rikard's little
bwo-year-old boy has been quite Ill for
the past five weeks; but we are glad to
ay he is now somewhat improved.
Mrs. H. Rl. Eppa is recovering from a
Mr. 8. J. Kinard has suffered for the
>ast few weeks wit,h a carbuncle on his i
Iam Forry0 to 10Rn of lhe slckness of
I d. n Ni's. .n1o. (). if. linatrd.
There has been an Opideicl( of iysen.
0ry for the past few weeks throughout
Thio grain Irop Is r1pling rapidly,
Ind the whole varith is covered with
a'1, so you can ia1gino about. what
time a day it Is with us farmers.
''he wheat is not. quito so good as it,
was last, year, but tihere is tn 1icrease
in the aereage which will Iore than11
Imaike up for the shortag. The oat
-rop is fully .h) per velt better thian last.
NIr. 1Lther Boozor had (he iisfor
tun II to loose hi Is fail 1y horso last week.
There was prelaching at. (1ann1ton's
Cot'ek chirlih last Sitiird.ay, and two
4er1,1onis1 with comuiilloion on Suiay.
liv. . 1'. Couits pireichled gutite an
initvresting serlon last Suniidaiy at
Bachnian Chapel. 111s sermon was on
doubting Thiomuas. lie showed how apt
we art' to doubt. and whIlat a hard m
ter to make believe.
L.ittlo .lohnny Motillilli has got his
load at lust. Wihien le gets thtough
with old 'nele lIen he want knowi a
LeIMOCrAt frOM a republican.
Thi- i-s the condition of the friuit
0rop: Searcely aly apples atid cher
rivs, plnClty of peaches, and the black
bte rl-ies wt' hope v will be inl amdaliice.
I would like to as,k otr doar- old
brother 1. 1). B., of 6reenwoed, who
boasted of his bountiful suiph1y of good
Alings to eat, to please itemi:c some of
his bill of fares. D1ear brother it would
Io me good to be with you. but I fear
hat this old broke down d ijester of out's
'ould not do justice to your palitable
od. Write again dear brIot her.
Th1iere seems to be a sentimt-l pre
alillg in favor of the State provit"tig
in institution, so-called, a hoie for the
ionotIt of the old Confederate veterans.
vho are disabled to provide for their
0m1poral needs. We hope the mlan
Vhli 1,1tis it'c e t.'I's Nva~ as ,;In
'cro, and that his inten:tons were for
o"d. hut in Our weak way of v
tie matter it is simp'y a p'os:erous
dea. We don't renmmber of see'-o
my speelleation by which a home
hould be built. We suppose the in
ention of the plan set forth would be
o establish only one institution at
ote convenient place in the State. A
>an like this would compel any poor
Id soul who is thrown upon the char
ty of the world for sustenance to leave
heir families and kindred and spend
heir last few (lays in misery and dis
untent. Suppose the State was Uo
Ppropriate five or six thousand dol
trs for an institution of this kind,
hero would be no way to compell any
n to go there. Don't you suppose
ny poor old soldier or widow who Is so
nfortunate, would rather go to their
wn county home where their family
nd cIndred could visit them occasionly
han to be carried some forty or fifty
niles away where perhaps they would
icver get to see them any more.
Another consideration: Whats the
tate going to do with the property
ifter the old soldiers have all died,
vhich, according to nature, will not be
ong, would it not have to be sold at a
ancrifice. If there is such a growing
tympathetic feeling In behalf of the old
toldierts why not increase the alppropi
ition to $300,000 a year. Leave them
at home where they can spend their
remaining few days in peace and happi
seas with thelir family.
It, seems that our last legislature in
tendled to Increase the appropriation
$50,000; but the court stepped in and
claimed a higher ruling In the matter,
and said they cannot got It now. I
have always regarded the legislature
as the highest tribunal In the State,
but it seems that the Supreme Court
has turned It down.
Some things are getting vc nuch
mi xed. Thbere Is no use of a State sending
a delegat,ion from each county to con
stitute a general assembly to enact
lawsa for the good of the whole people,
aind then let a few judges and lawyers
come right behind them and overrule
and denounce what they have done.
Oh, yes; I almnost forgot-do you
kniow anybody who would like to bor
row seome money, and hire, any wheat
and oats cut, and cotton hoed. If you
meet a man in this condit,ion, the onl.v
platn I know of to tell him, is just to
Prosperity has another new enter
p)rise in the name of the Eagle Eye. I
am not a subscriber for the little paper,
but a copy Is sent In our mail every
week which goes to a near neIghbor. 1
have looked over several copies with
much Interest. I admire the little
p)aper ever so much. Its as clean as a
fresh done-upi shirt, but not quite so
starchy. It is plum fuill and running
over with news. Some p)eople may
sneer at such little things, but God
bless a man who don't mind stooping
to little things. Whenever you find a
man of this disposition lie's going to
the top of tbe ladder.
I am glad to say that Mrs. W. W.
Kinard Is recovering fr'om a lingering
May 28, 1901. Cis
"It Is wilh a good deal of Pleasure
and satisfaction that I recommend
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy," says D)ruggist A. W.
S3awtello, of Hartford, ConnI. "A lady
oustomer, seeing the remedy exposed
for sale on my show case, said to me
'I really believe that medicine saved
my liethe past summer while at the
thoro,' and she beeamo so enthusiasti
>ver its merits that I at once made up
uy mind to recommend it in the future
Riecontly a gentleman came into m
utoro so overcome with colic pains that
to sank at once to the floor. I gv
tim a dose of thIs remedy which helped
tim. I repeated the dlose and in fiftee
ninutes he left my store smilingl ien
erming me that ho felt as wel a ever."
bold by W. Ill Plhaaseer.
Not inti li lew- arotndit liero Nr. 0,dI
tol but will try to lot yol ilnow a littlo
tha i 'going o .il.
Its i llhlty vool weathor fol t,h last
of MaY, that is I 1i1nk so.
Tho youigl foll<s 1 aro now bit'ginlilig
to volin. homke froml st'hool.
NI iss Chlautle 1 NIorrow emilOl hotno yes
to,r<lay fromt iaremnt ('ollege, ilickory
'Nis I ;, a1ttlk, TIdinarh1 is expected
hI i nt (titiEty fromii lIlt. I'It'ast int, N. ( !.
Ir. Will .idas will o hoio about
tt i first of .11111o.
We aro always Iglid to havo the girls
aitd bos t 0 0lithoni, wo love their bright
faces aId (t'joy stollig t10111 havo a
OtIr hi1gh selhool Closed at very ilu
e's3fulI totm1 yo-tordaly. ( hnrl toietler,
I 'Itf. S. A. Mrvalunt. has given splendid
sitisfaet ti, atid we hop'l he will he
oir teather fol a good many more
I)r. El. Stokes is in tho City visiting
hi-A brot he r, ,1. 1). Stokes.
Tihe cotton Inill Is goiig up at a tinle
rate, and also tho cottages for the opera
t i \ves.
.Nirs. St.. Cla1ir 1110konlfus.4, nee )lsa
M,\Iary llargriove, of (roenvillo, S. C., Is
visiting relat.ives ill our town.
Several of our citizens intend coming
to voill city for tho totI'iamtilelit, ,til
It th 2111id t, Ild of course they Cxpoet, a
No tIuore at proselt.. Good morning.
M. S. S.
Night waq lHer T'tror.
-1 would Cough nearly all night
lmng.' writes Irr. Chats. Applegato, of
Alexardtria, Ind., "tind could hardly
get any sleepVI. I had VOnsIIII tiol so
bad that it I walked ia block r would
cough frightfiully and spit blood, but
whie :all other mittfiltes railed, three
t-1A bt ttles of 1r. King's New Discov
ery wholly oured tie atid I gained Cis
pontds" - t' absolutely guaradteed
to eiro Coug hs, ('olds, Latirippe, Bron
clitis and,I all 'h111ohrat and I,liuig Trou.
b!cs. Price 01 and t I. Trial bottles
frt' at alt drug,gists.
TjIl E ANNUA L. MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Newberry
Ilaindle and Shuttle Co., will be held at
the Council chamber at Newberry, S. C.
oil Tuesday eveiing, June 11th, 1901, at
6 p. m. E. CAIANISS, Secty.
T HE PATRONS OF MT. PILGRIM
ScIool District will meet on June
27th, for the purpose of electing a teach.
er, forl the ensuing scholastic year.
Time of school, six or seven months.
First Grade required applications di
rectei 'Lo G. F. STOCKMAN
Prosperity, S. C.
AlITY LODGE NO. 7, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION
of Amity Lodge, No. 87, A. F. Ml.
will be held next Monday evening at
8 00 o'clock, In Masonic HIall. Visiting
brethren cor(lially welcomed.
MCK. HUTCHISON, W. M.
J. H. M. KINARD), Secretary.
A ncw and complete treatment, con
sisting of Suppositories, Capsales of
(Jintment, and two boxes of Ointment.
A never' failing cure for Piles of every
nature and degree. It makes an opera
tion with the knife, which is painful,
and of ten results in death, unnelcessary.
Why cuduore this terrible disease? We
p)ack o written guarantee in each $1
box. No eure, no pay. 50c. and $1 a box,
6 for $5. Sent by mail. Sample free.
OINTMENT, 25c. AND 50c.
CONSI'PATVION cur'ed, Piles prevent,
ed, by Japanese Liver pellets the great
Liver and Stomach Regulator and Blood
Purificr. Small mild and pleasant to
take; espccial:y adapted for children's
use. 50 doses 25c. Gilder's Corner Drug
Store Sole Agents, Newberry.
EASILY, QUICKLY AND) PEIGIANENTLY
is wodiith a written guarantee to cure
Insommia, Fits, D)iz'ziness, Hysteria,
Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, Semi
nal Losses, F"ailing Memory--the result
of over' work, worry, sickness, errors of
youth 02' oVer-indulgence. Price $1
6 boxes $5. By mail in plain package
to any address on receipt of price. Sold
only by Gilder's Corher Drug Store
Sole Agents, Newberry.
aOriginal and Genuialwasrlal
Rust'a Cot,ton ltoot and Pennyrovat Fe
male Pills. They never fail and ee
ceipit of $1.00 by GilnderCrnero Drug
Store Sole Agents, Newberry.ru
We ar inteRc
to wn yo r trde, nd
Wel mare it toe "Rae
seltret betoual rn
IEWBERRY HARDWAR O.
We are now showin
newest and most styli
Dress Goods, Muslins, Iliquos, 0
tho lowest, conisidoring the valueo
Wo call special attontion to our
and always havo carriod tho largosi
the load in this as our contomporar
timo after timo. Tiho famnous v. I
Wo lead all others in our uno of
pricos--Mitsso', Childron's and La<
is full of attractions for tho ladios.
Wo cordially invito a thorough ir
Or-gandies, Lawns, Swisses,
Bunting for decorations fo
Elegant. line Curtain Swis:
by the pair. All these good:
Our ready-made Waists a:
in quality and style, while tj
you have any idea of, See t
Great values in ready-ma
In the Gents' Fur
you will find the best 50c. S
has leen reduced to $4.50
comue soon for they are nearl
good as the best. Guarantee
Money is scarce and our p
ingly. We want your busin
0 Zonded 1842.
"Sing their own praise."
Sold direct from th(
f ac tory. Comparisor
s.peaks louder than tes.
timonials. Stieff pi
anos "sing their owi
praises." Order on
on trial or for comparI
son and you will bu'
Old i ns tr um en t
taken in exchange.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
Baltimore, Md. Nor. (
So. Carolina B ra ndc
Wareroom, 213 N
Tryon St., Charlotte
C. H. WILMOTH,
>f miedicine put up into prescriptions
illed in this store must be pure. We
re very careful to use only the best.
We carry a nice line of Toilet
oaps, Lamps, Wiley's Candios, Vol.
ot Candy, Tobacco and Cigars, and
full line of Druggists' Sundries.
Discount Checks given. Fresh
arden and Field Seeds,
rhed Beau iful $6.0 8,prng Suit re.
g a complete line of the
sh goods to be had in the
ingIhIH, &c., &c., at prices which are
W. B. Corsts. Wo undoubtedly carry
, lino in this city. We are always in
ies have been obligod to acknowledge
I. Corset, the most popular in America.
Hosiery. We havo all sizes, styles and
Latest and most fashionablo styles,
ispection. Conio and set) us.
Laces, Embloideries, &c., for
r Firemen's Tourinent.
by the yd., and lace curtains
; at reduced prices.
1d Skirts are perfectly splendid
te prices are so much lower than
le Sheets, Pillow Gases, &c.
iirt to be had. That $5.00 Suit
for the spot cash, bUt you must
y out.-The "Bostonian" is as
d. Try them.
rices have been reduced accord
For Factories and Mills.
Corliss, Automatic, Plain Side
Heaters, and Pumps.
hevist SAW MILLS;
F'rom small plantation mill, to the
hevetmills in the market.
All kinds of wood working machinery
Flour and corn milling machinery.
Complete ginning systems, Lummus,
Van Winkle and Thomas. Engines,
Boilers, Saws, Gins in stock for q1uick
1326 Main St., Columbia, . C.
Land alid $ecurity Co.
W[LL nIUY AND SELL
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
0. B. MAYER, President.
JNO. M. KINARD, sec, and Treas.
ELCTION OF TEACIIRS
T4P. M. ON THLURSD3jAY
AJune 6, 1901, the Trustees ol'
Newber'ry School District will elect
Teachers for the Nowberry Gradcd
S3hools for the scholastic year begin
ning September 25, 1001, as follows:
A Superintendent, at the salary of
Nin9 Teachers, at the salary of
$35.00 a month each;
A Male Pridcipal for theo Colored
School at the salary of $10.00 a
Two, female Teachers for the Color
ed chool at the salr f$50
Trho term service of the teachers.
chosen shall be the entir'e school yecar,
except when they are dismissed for
cause or are Permitted to sever their
connection by order of the Board of
A pplications may be filed with the
F. N. MA RTIN,
Nwrry, S. ., May 4, 1901.
Rollcc of Finll818ttIcm1c8t end Discharg'e
NOT'ICE IS HEREBY olVEN
.Lth at we will make a final settle
ment on the estate of Jacob II. Bloozer,
deceased in the Probate Court for Now
berry County, S. C., on Monday the 3rd
day of June A. D., 1901, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon and will ImmedIately
thereafter ap ply for letters d ismissory
as Executor o f said estate.
All }persons hoJlng claims against
the said estate will present the same
duly attested' and those indebted to the
Said ostate will make payment on or be
fore that date.
MATTHEW H1. Bo00%NR
THOMAS J. BoOZ%NR
May 3rd, 1001.