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part of my speech, and that is that
they have a reading room, and when
you are tired and worn out you can
go thoro to rest. And now I have to
say that they have thoro all the timo
a froo lunch. And there is something
else, isn't there, Mr. Mayor? (1o
thoro and find out.
Immediately after the exercises at
the opera house the line of procession
was formed in front, of the opera house
and Was made II) [as follows.
Police m11ounted, Chief 1111unter, and
assistants lradley. 0vanklii and Chal
The West End Bvrass Band.
Mayor Klettner, Fire Chief C. .1.
Purcell and Assistant A. T. lrown.
Carriage containin Alderm1en 1-. A.
Carlisle, J. ,1. 1,angford and i:duard
Carriage containingl., Nv. Geo. A.
Wright. llv. R 1 . C. . ScIere r and
HIon. F. 11. Donmk.
CLef Martha: 0. I.. Schumpest
::ric cnta ni- le... . ie s
1. B. Aull and ('apt. Shielis.
('arring ontailling tle judges of the
decov-adon: Mirs. T. .J. NivCrary, M rs.
Jamc Melintosh. irs. E. ('. Jones,
Mrs. Go. oh nstone, Mrs. 0. B. MNayer,
Col. WV. 11. 1Itunt. Geo. It. Cromer.
Two Atonobiles from Columbia.
Pioneer I lose Company of Anderson.
Assistant Marshal, W. 8. Langford.
Greenville [lose Company.
Independent No. 1, Columbia.
Charlotte Iand Rieel.
CamtIlden Iorse llos company.
Palmetto 11(s0 Wagon.
Columbia No. :, Iorse Hose Wagon.
Newberry Paetory Team, Hand Ieel.
Excelsior No. 1, Hand Reel.
Then followed a promiscuous proces
Tihe entire line of procession made a
very pretty scene. The reels and hose
wagons were taRtily (leco)'ate(l. An old
lire captain said that he had been in a
miiber of processions, but thisone was
the best and largest that it had ever
been his privilege to be in. He thought
that the entire line woild mensiure
about on mile, but we think this a
little too much.
Tho Iinc of march was along Main
st,reet, passing Newberry Cotton MI ills
to Boundary, along Btundary to .John
stone, along Johnstone to Calhoun,
along Ualhouni to Main, along Mait to
public square whero the companies
After Lt e review the captains of the
different companies assembled in the
mayor's oflice at the opera house and
elected judges for the two days as fol
' J UDU F.
J. D. AleNell, of Charlotte, as start
ing judge; J. R. laynes, of Grecenville,
hydrant judge; Will S. l1own, of New
berry; C. J. Beck, of Columbia; 1-1. S.
MI 1ller, of Sumtcr-, and Eduard Scholtzx,
of Newberry, time judges.
HIORSE HJOSE WAGUoN CONTiEST.
TIhe comp)anies that entered the
horsoe wagon contest were the follow
ing: A nderson, Ploneer'. Columbia No.
8. Camden llose company, Greenville
Hose company, 1Independen ts (Col um
bia), Palmnettos (Columbia), D)elgar
Hose company (Sumter.)
At 2 o'clock the wagons, etc., were
weighed anid at 3 tihe races began. Theii
crowd numbered about 8,000 and while
they wereo all enithusiastio, tho best of
order and good feeling pre'vatiled.
TIhe fir'st company to r-un w~as the
Pioneers of Anuderson, who showed
water at 42& secondls, then camne Columxi
bia No. 3, and they showed water' at
37l 2-5 seconids aud had not one0 of thelir
hor'ses fallen on the start it is probable
they could hav'o reduced this r'ecord( at
least two second(s. TIhe Camden Liosc
company made the connection and
showed water ini 35 second8. Tlhe
Greenville IIo4e company had the
misfortune to los the nozzle blow oif
and were ruled out, the Independents
of Columbia had the same misfortune
and were ruledl out. T1he Palmetto No.
2 of Columbia made the run on good
tIme but failed to connect at the hy3
dr-ant and were ruled out. Th'le Del
gar-s of Sumter' was the last team and
although they had to run against odds,
having had their hose wagon broken
up in a wreck some time ago while go
Ing to a fire, and having here just~ a
common one horse wagon, they made
the connections and showed water- in
just 36 seconds.
The Camden boys walked off with
the fir-st, prize of $150 and the Sumter
boys with the second pr11ize of $50.
The races yesterday mor-ning wei-o
moure exciting than the horse hose
wagon contest Wednesday from the
fact that they were closer and the crowd
larger and more onthusiastic.
The fir-st thing on the program was
the hand reel i-aces In which the teams
contested with results as follows:
HIAND) REEL, RACE.
Independents, ColumbIa, 21 2-5i see.
nd;won first prize of $150
Palmettos, Columbia, 22 1-5 seconds,
won second prize of $50.
Excelsiors No. 1, Newberry, ruled out.
Columbia No. 3, -ruled out.
. The grab race was the most exciting
of them all. The first run decided
nothing but resulted. Independents 21
seconds, Charlotte 22 seconds, Palmet
tos 21 seconds, Excelsior 21 seconds,
Columbia No. 8 214 seconds, Factory 23
sconds. The three companIes tying,
* un second race with results as follows:
I ndependeits 20 seconds, I Palmnettos 206
meconde, Pxcelsior 20 seconds.
The Independentm aind EIxeclsior
maIkinIg i tie on this the third race dlin
to be ruin and resulted, Independents
20.) seconds wining first prize of $50
and EXcelsior 201 secols won second
prize of $20.
SIMI0 vl*' uAC'.
Th- result on the .hoo ily race wa-:
IndL'peIdeIts, 1I6 1.5 second- . winning
first prl'e of $20 Charlotte. b!vw f..
ruled out. 'aInet toes, I I - r
Excelsior, blow off, ruled out. l't .
1I 2 5 seconds.
Tho followint eteed tohlii itLi i 21
foot race: titnrI 'I,digr, tI:Zot:ir.
I ndepenidt-ws. \V \. LtVt mn . l 'al
pr2 '. wl:wh as: a co!d ieda! valued
'Th c were uio entrios for -a(ckc and
1:: thret trae bet ween lenry ltoedi
,czr :ud Aex. 3lg'u.a, the formler
won the pri..e. which was $1.
T,-x comnittoe oil decoration, aifter
a efuil Coils id orat ion of all thustores
and residences decided that the hand
somile silver service o1yered by Nalyor
SIlet ticr for the best decoration should
le awarded to t1he Excelsior filre com1
1ilny. The rooms of ll his Company were
imtado bright and beautiful1 with i a pro
fusion of 11htgS ILIld bntntinlgs, in 1bhe
National colors. Special mention was
made of th !tores of M. ,. SI earn.am
& ('o., (). .i. Jamieson, The Iiser. Alil
inery ('o., and Th wart-i 'ifer Co.
Then Col. W. II. 1unt, in it very
happy manner, delivered the prize to
tlie Ixeelsior fire company.
The following Is the roport of the
comit,ittee appointed in the awirding
of the prize:
lion. Otto K let inor, Mayor of Newberry:
I )ear Sir: The undersigned iommit
Lee a)1llinted by YOU to decide who is
entit.led to the prize olfe'red by you for
the most Rt'Listic dC0ra,ionis, beg to
report that it was with1 dillioulty they
COUld 1-41eh ai Conl1VUsion, aM .0 Imanly of
the decorations were not, only artistie,
hut elaborate, 1111d the Simple eleganco
of soie of them are worthy of much
commendation. A fter enreful consid
Oration we have reltehed tle concl-lusion
that the Excelsior Il1e complainy is enIi
titlid to the prize, and we So recomil
With great respect,
Mrs. T. J. IeCrary.
lrs. James MeuItosh.
Mlrs. E,. U. Jone..
Mi rs. George .oh ustone.
Walter 11. flunt.
Atlantle CoaRt Lit.
0n account of Triennial Conclave
K night, L ouisville, Ky., A igust 27 30,
1901. For above oceasson, the follow
lug round trip rates to Louisville, Ky.,
[rom points South of Potersburg and
Norfolk - for individuals --- on first
class fare for round trip.
For brass bands In uniform ten or
more on onc ticket, from Columbia,
S. C., $11.15 per capita; Wilmington
$l.30) per' capita. Rates from 01.her
p)oinlts will be tnoted oil app1licatin.
T1ickets to 1)e sold AuIgust 24th, 25th,
26th, 27th and1( 28th, iron-clad signaturo
fOrmh, limited to cont,inuous)1 passaige,
with final limit, September 3rd, 1001.
13y deopositing ticket with joint agenlt
at L4ouisillO between August 28th and
Se'pt.ember. 2nd(, inlsive, andI oni pay
ment of fee of fift,y cents at tinme of
dleposit, an extension of thle final1 limit
t.o Septemiber 18th, 1001, wyill be ac-.
From11 Richmoud and 1Petersbur'g:
F"or ind(1 ividlls--OnIO first-class fare for
roujId trilp. No less rate to be made
for brass hanlidS.
TVickcts t.o ho sold AuIgust 22nd to
25th, inlusive, with final1 limlit. Septem
ber 3rd, 1901. A n ex tensioni, by deplosit,
to SeptembIer' 17th, 1901 i nclusive, will
b)0 accortd nd ler same11 condlit,ins as
from othet terr1itory'.
A nnuial Con'vention Souither'n Indus
JTuno 11lth-I4t,b, 1901. The11 Atlantic
Coast Line bogs to annioun)ce rate of
01nc fare rounid tr'ip.
TIckets 801(d Juno 9th and 10th, 1901.
Final limit Junle 17t.h, 1901 Continu
0115 passagel, iron-ced signature form.
Throu1gh1 Pullmnl Ruffet Sleepidg cars.
Imnperial CouncIl Mystic Shriner's of
A mericn, Juono i1-14, 19101, Kansas City,
Mo. The Atlantic Coast Line begs to
anniouncee ralte of one0 fare round trip,
plus1 $2 memllbdership fee.
'rickets to be iron-clad signature
form limfitedl to conltinulous p)assage in
each t'.rection, to be sold Jutne 3th, 9t,h
anid 10th, *ewit,h finIal limlit June 19th,
Week End Rlates-lCff'ectivo June 8thl
andi ,contining to and Including Aui
gust 24t.h, the0 following weeck ed rates
will apply from Newberry andI ProE
periity, S. C.:
TIo Waterloo, S. C , Cross 11111, S. C,
Spari,anburg, S. C. and Greenville,
Tickets sold Rat,urdays anId Sundays,
good return'ling, leaving destination not
later thlan Monday following date of
To Glenn Springs, S. 0.-TIckets des
tanation not later than Monday follow
ing date of sale-$2.50.
[ron-elad signature form tickets lim
ited to continulous passage to be utsed.
H, N. lerson, 0. P. A.
T. H!. Emerson, T. M.
Dlon't Let Theml suffer.
Often children are tortured withl itch
lng and burning eczema and other skinl
diseases but B3unkien's Arnica Salve
heals the raw sores, expels inflam
mation, leaves the skIn without a scar.
Clean, fragrant, cheap, there's no salvo
on earth as good. Try it. Cure guaran.
teed. Only 250 at all druggiste.
Meeting of the Association
MICANH DISCUsSiED, FOR INCICKASIN(i
IrS 'OWER AND EFrFICIENCY.
Election of OlcorH toi 1 ber bliti ters -The
Aididres of Welcom,as till ik o I nt,o o'.
T-ht' fifth1 a1lli111a0 Co1Nvt'ltio,n of the
lb 'ri ,lilm Vltinteit i ort ltan's
A%eViio as hchl in tho op 1.1 hlouste
on Wednesday evin, anti was talled
to order by 'resieident l. .1. Haynes.
T!1o aireldv-s of welcolit to the asso
eb in was'.dolivered u>y lion. P. 11.
Doilinick. who spoke as follows:
1.1kv% t KS w\*I-:. ou\1-: AmmHE1.:ss.*
re. 'rsident and Meibers of the
(ut t'arolina Volunteer P'i reman's
\s.ociationi: It Is a peculiar pleasuro
of Inine to bt. called uponl to m11ake the
athlress of welcome to this convention
to ouirl little city. It was only late this
aftenloon when your hoiored President
informell mle that I was to welcome the
me1011mbers of this Convention to our town.
I am glad to have the privilege of do
ini, so. I amix always glad, and all good
Newberry A'it/i'ens are always glatl to
welcome any body of men, cveultlouglh
they may b small in numb)ers, as you
are toigh"t, to our1 town. Wve aire glad
to see you. ()uit homies aro open to yon.
And 'is they told mile in Memuliphis a few
dayt ago, we are Newborrians, amic us
for whatever you walt, and what you
don't see call for it. Wo want every
body to h1vI a1 good timne and I think
u111r aCtions cnill show much better, Mr.
President, our welcome to you than, any
wordts on1 my part.
Wheln I welcome this association to
Newberry, Air. l'resident and gontle.
men, I recognize the fact that I am
not speak!ng to an ordinary class
of South Carolina citizens. I am
speaking to a class of mon that not
only at the risk of losing their property
but, at the risk of losing their lives will
go on to plrotect, other people'st proper
ty. I was talking to your president
about this Association this afternoon.
I had only hentrd of it quite recently
and lie was telling me s01110 of the
aims and objects of the Association,
Hie told me one of the principal aims
and objects was that they should get
the people of South Carolina interested
in it and that they should get an appro.
priation from the Legislature, and I
take the liberty of taking some of hit
thunder and that is this. We have in thle
State an organization known as the
South Carolina Volunteer Troops. 11
is all well and good that we should
have them. I am glad to see that oU,
State docs have them. But what does
it amount to? We go down in ouir leg.
islative balls every year and appropri
ate about $10,000, and for what? Foi
men to go out and have possibly one ot
two encampments, and mill have a good
time. Mr. President, what has South
Carolina done for her volunteer fire
mn? What has she done for the mer
that in all kinds of weather at all hour
of tile night have to leave their hom).
aind 9o out to save other )eople's prop
01rty. You ire here assembled with i
handful of men, but I hope to se the
time when the work of this Associatior
shall spread throughout the State o
South Carolina, wvhen the State in hei
legislative halls will recognize this As
sociation and give it the financial ben
efit that it really deserves. I for oni
am here to say that at any time while
may be allowed to be in p)ublic life ant
may be a member of the legislature
anything that I can do in my power foi
the volunteer firemen, all you havn
to dlo is to ask mue.
Gentlemen, in behalf of Newberry:
welcome you here. WVe are glad t<
havo y'ou here and we hope that wn
can show y'ou such a time that at some
t ine in tile future you will want t<
conmc back again. If you do not hiavt
a goodl time, and I say this right here
you wvill find that it is not Nowborry'i
fault that you do not, cut your own
We will try and see to that. That,]
think Is about all that I can say on thh
occasion. I will tr'y to show you by m3
actions, and other Newbor'ry p)eophc
will show you, thilt you are welcome.
Mir. D)oninick's addrecss of welcomn(
was responded to on behalf of the As
sociation by Hion. R. W. Lide, of Or'
angeburg, who spoke as follows:
MRl. LIDE'~S RESPoNSE.
Mr'. Pr'esident, Mr. Dominick ani
Gentlemen: -I was somnowhat impl lresse(
as was my friend, Mr. Dominick, with
the intr'odluctor' remarks of the presi
dent. I had no idea as to what I mighi
be expected to say this evening. M3
friend, Mr. Dom'inick, has mlade quiti
a nice adldress to us, but I am sure thal
no one tonight would expect one of m~
age to deliver an address upon such 11
large subject as we have tonight witi
such a large audience. What we wan'
is not an address on this occasion be
cause most of us who have assemblet
hero have come her'e with businest
bent and we areo here for the purpost
of advising together for the inter
eats of the Fireman's AssociatIon a n
as plaini sitlple business men to rut
our heads together and.try to upbuik]
the association for the benefit of eul
cause and for the benefit of our State,
It affords me peculiar pleasure, m3
friend, Mr. Dominick, whom I havi
the pleasure of calling my friend-it it
with peculiar pleasure that I have had
occasion to visit Newberry at this time
It is my first visit to your beautiful
city. I have received a most icordial
reception land certainly I have falleri
among friends, and I am sure every
delegate who is here tonight will bear
me out. The friends whom I possessed
before I came to Newberry today have
received me most cordially and I am
glad to say that I have had the oppor.
tunity of forming new acquaintances in
your beautiful city that have boon my
delight and the dlight of the inembort
of the association to form.
Now, gentlemen, as to the busi ness of
this association, let mo say that I fear
that the fireen of South Carolina (10
not properly appreciate the importanco
of this organization. I fear that it has
not beei brought homeio to the individ
utal team, to the Individual companies,
to the indlividual members, in the way
that it shonld have been, because there
i) a great field open in such an organ
ization ats we have. In every individ
ual city or town wherein there is or
should be a fire department, fire con
panties prepared and ever rt ady to meet
and combat tile fire fiend when It breaks
out In the dead of night, what you want
i the utIm1ost training, and every city
and town In South Carolina should
have a fire department,, and gentlemOn,
when each individual city or town has
that fire department and they imagine
and believe that their fire department
has been worked up to the very highest
stan(lard, and when they go over to tin
adjoiling town, they will find out that
they do not know It all. I ant satisfied
that Orangeburg can teach somec of tile
other ciL8cs something and I know that
the other cities of South Carolina can
teach her something about running a
We have three volunteer fire col
panics, and wihen fire breaks out we
rival with each other to get there first
and to throw the first water. And lot
111 tell -you, sometimes there is pretty
brisk rivalry bet ween us. But once a
year we have ou annul banquet and
every rivalry is there laid aside and
business matters relating to the fire
department are discussed, and I tell
you when these firemen are gathered
round that festive board and represen
tatives get up to address each other it
is a most pleasant occasion to us nnd it
is most pleasant for us to get together
on this occasion and discuss business,
Now, gentlemen, lot me say just onf
word more and I am done. I believc
that if every firemen and every dele
gate will go to work with the enthusi
asnm with which I have noticed your
president has been working today, I
believe the association will be an honor
to South Carolina and will go a long
way towards carrying out the objecl
and principles that this organizatior
was formed for.
We will never make a success in this
world unless we go to work with a pur
pose to (1o it, and if all of our memubert
and every fire company will go to worli
with the same purpose that acI uatef
your president, next year will see i
large gathering of delegates from th(
fire companies of South Carolina, an(
the Association will hav2 gone muet
further towards carrying out the pur
poses for which it was organized.
President Haynes made a strong
talk to the Assoclatian, urging the im,
portance of renewed activity and
Btrong and united effort for the succesE
of the Assoclation.
Chief James D. McNeil, President
of the North Carolina State FiremanlE
Association was introduced and made
an address telling of the work of hiM
association in North Carolina and giv
ing much good counsel and advice.
Chief hlenderson, of the Greenville
fire department, also made a short and
interesting talk. -
The election of ofhicers resulted as fol
J. R. Hans of Greenville, Presi
J. WV. Earhardt, of Newberry, Vice.
J. E. Henderson, of Greenvillo, See
R. WV. Lide, of Orangeburg, Treas
1 . WV. Bowman, of Orangeburg, Sta
The meeting, though not well at.
tended, was a good one and no doubi
hlelpful to all delegates piresent.
Rlainl again and the earth .saturateo
and no pr'ospects of fair weather. Thn
farmers have pot been able to work ii
their farms more than three days dur
lng the last two weeks. The crops ih
many places are in bad condition, ii
fact unless we have sunshine anid fall
weather a large portion of the crip1
will be lost. We hope the weather wil
moderate for in a few days the whoa
and oats will have to be. harvested an<
the farmers will be pressed to attoni
to their crops and grain.
Crops look well where they havo
been worked but there is a large portim
of the crops that have not been wort.em
This has been an unfavorable yen
for poultry, especially chickens ani
The Misses Caldwell of Mt. Bethe
community were visiting tihe Misse:
Lane'j this week.
If the ground remains too *ot tI
work we will all attend the firemen'
tournament. We suppose you will havy
a large number of p)eople present.
The writer attended Cannon Creel
church last Sunday. Rev. W. W. Me
Morris preached two excellent sermon
and admi niatered thosaorament. Ther<
was a large congregation p~resent.
May 81, 1901. BOMN
Thousands iUent Into Eule.
Every year a large number of pool
euff'er'ers whose lungs are sore and
racked with' coughM are urged to go t<
another climate. But this is costly and
not always sure. Don't be an exile
when Dr. Kingts New Discovery foi
Consumption will cure you at home
It,s the most infallible medicine foi
Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and
Lung diseases on earth.. The first dose
brings relief. Astounding cure. result
from prsistent use. Trial bottle free
at alt druggit.t Prie 5n0n and na00
. M. of Wolliall's College, Richmoid, Va.)
Studio over Mower's
September Ist, 1901.
Tormis--$2.50 per 8 Lesions
Contracts to Let.
IWIML BE AT WYSE'S 10MRRY
at 10 a. im., and at Simpson's at 3
p. m , on the 20th of June to lot the
contract for keepers of these ferries
respectivo to the lowest responsible
bidder. Right reserved to reject any
and all bids.
JN0. M. SCHUMPERT,
td. Supervisor Newberry County.
T 3HE PA'VlRONS AND T1HJSTE ES
of the Vaughnisvilie school will
meet at the schoolhouse on Friday,
2XthJune, to elect a teacher. Salary $30
pt r iontli; term six or seven ionths.
Applicants apply to either of under
signed. I1. Ml. ROOZER,
.1. 11. SENN.
J. W. NiATIEWS,
It-a-w 3t Chairman Board.
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Notes, Bonds and
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0. B. MAYER, President.
JNo. M. KINARID, see, and Treas.
TIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THlE
Stockholders of the Newborry
Handle and Shuttle Co., will be held at
the CouncIl chamber at Newberry, S. C.
on Tuesday evenIng, June 11th, 1901, at
0 p. m. E.. CABANISS, Secty.
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Dross Goods, Muslins, Piquos, Gingl
,he lowest, considering the valuolof th(
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in quality and style, while the I
you have any idea of, See thet
Great values in ready-made
in the Gents' Furnil
you will find the best 50c. Shiir
has been reduced to $4.50 for
come soon for they are nearly
good as the best. Guaranteed.
Money is scarce and our pric
ingly. We want your businesc
S. J. W
ideused Sokedule In Ef'tat
Jan. 17th, 1901.
BTATIONS. N1iW~ all
. ~arieston .........~ Vt) p mi 7 00 a mn
ummnreri1.-.. 203 n't 7 41m
rehilo.-.....2 00 am 8655 anh
"angeburg ........ 245S a m 0 28 a im
lie.......... 4 25am 10 15a m
.avannma..........12 130 a mn 12 80 a m
irnwell........... 4 18 a mn 4 18 a mn
laokville...,..,. 4 28 a m 428 a mn
?j linba.,...... 7 00i mT1~5Tiii
........ a m 1 20 pim
to 4~::....... 0 a m 5p m
od es.. ..........80a m 1
. 0 .... Tfba m a1
or ....... 0d a 5i 6
Sat. n me
STATIONS. .aI Dily2
Rf. 720......... No. 12.a
ot ..........0 p m1040a m
amstonm.........2 pam 1055a m
. WSn .......... m ~l'IT iii
r, nld............ 7 pi m 1 4 anm
U. asd........... 810 i 110> m i
-ewill.......... mY~ 1 p m
.....aG ...... m2i p m
a ...... 10p m1 8 8 p m
rntiwell....... 0a m 8 anm
,rannh.......... 4mm p (0a
" tuonmervll1e........61 a m 7 p m
v9lreto ..;... 70 am 8 m
a- o TATIONS' o
afi.0reton..Ar & a51
a " Bummerville " 781 p71 a
a a " . ranomvlle. " 1p4 25 a
si Iin vi lea ~ 43 2 82
..........L..avKann . ... a
-10a i" ., Colunia." 8 20p 980p
a 3 p" ....Alston-.- " 2 6 0 a
S1 "...8ant.no... ": 1 7 40p
a 8 " ... Union ..."12 45p
a S p"t ..Jonesviiio.. " 2 5
S9 "....Pacolet . 12 1p p
a Ar 8partanburg Liv 11d a5 6 16
p by Spartanburg Ar 11 22 a 8 bOi
"P" p. mn> "A" a. mn. "N" night.
DOUBLl5 DAILT BEDRVIOE Bln'WEEN
ORAIILESTON A D GREEDINYILLE.
Pumhan palace sleepig oars on Tinn 86a.d
Us 7and 88, on A.sail. division. Dining care
*.ee trainS serve all meals enrout.e.
leave Spartanburg.&O dvision,
tb nd.:0 'a.. 8:8 D.m., 8:18 p. m.,
es itied1 and 7 07a.m.; sn
I m e), a.'d10 2 a.11:. m.(et
1 aGeevl A. and C. division,
und 02.a. m,2p. m. and 5:22 p. mv.,
L1it.ed) and 5:15 p. mn.:suh'
mtd, and11: -am.1:p.m(Vt
0 8and 18-Pullman Bleeping Care
Chr eaton and Oolumbia; roady for
Vn?at oth point, at 9:80 p. mn.
*atPullman Drawin g-Room Sloo'ping
eten Savannah and Ac'heville onroute
eween Jr,oksonvillle and Cinoinnati.
.NNON. 8. H. HARDWIOK,
*Gen. Iigr., G~en. Pa.. AAenb,
____________ Charleston, s. 1.
Ti HE PA TRONS OF MT. PJLGRIM
LSchool District will treet on' June
27th, for the purpose of electing a teach
or, for the ensuing scholastic year.
Time of school, six or seven months.
First Grade required applications dl
rooted to - 0.?F. STOOKMAN
J. W. H AUTMAN,
i complete line of the
goods to be had in the
11118, &C., &C., at prico vlich aro
3. Corsets. Wo Undoubt(ely carry
D in thisi city. Wo aro alwatys in,
invo boon obligod to acknowlodge
r3t, tho most popular in Amorica.
liory. Wo havo ill sizms, stylos and
test and most fashionablo styloF.
ction. Comno and soo 1Us.
aces, Embroideries, &c., for
the yd., and lace curtains
Skirts are perfectly splendid
>rices are so much lower than
Sheets, Pillow Cases, &c.
t to be had. That $5.00 Suit
the spot cash, but you must
out.-The "Bostonian" is as
es have been reduced accord
6- Founded 1842.
"Sing their own praise."
Sold' direct from the
f a ctory. Comparison
speaks louder than tes
timonials. Stieff pi
anos "sing their own
praises." Order one
on trial or for compari
son and you will buy
Old i ns tr um en ts
taken in exchange.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
Baltimore, Md. Nor. &
So. Carolina B ra n ch
Wareroom, 213 N.
Tryon St., Charlotte,
C. H. WILMOTH,
is headquarters for
Writing Paper. We
have just received our
spring line of new pa
per, new sizes, new
tints, new designs, un
equal for beauty of finv
ish and quality. Our
assortment of box and
reanm goods, tablets,
visiting cards and writ
ing paper was never so
complete. You cannot
afford .to pass our line
when in want of fine
pa&r. also have. the
prettiest line of H am
mocks ever brought to
Newberry, at prices
ranging from $1 up.
Speiaml .attention is called to our
line of Base Ball goods. Those.inter-.
ested in ball playing will do well to
call and examine my line before buy.
W. 6. MAYES.