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Corrected every Tucsday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat ...................... .c......... 6 a@ c.
Shoulders ........................... 70.
H n tms.................................. 12@ ll .
Best Lard .......................... 7 i c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... SUe.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35e.
C orn ................................... 60c.
M eal ................................. 55c.
lay................ .................. 75c.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
l Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
est 1lour.................... $4.25.
,,;ry Flour ...........$3.00(a 3.50.
.......... ......... 6 i 'e.
.................. 6 1183c.
r sackc... 1.00.
Goods At 8c.
' iast Sunday:
The pl a tcrricl' J"o- C
tipp, W. G. Ho0us
- .1seal, Wmil. Joh nson,
. 1. It.Mayer, P. Robert
kresident King, Farmer's Bank,
poklyn, Mich., has used DeWitt's
a Itle Early Risers in his family for
rs. Says they are the I :st. 'I he:.e
lous little pills cure constipation,
ousness and all liver at,d bowel
troubles. Robertson & Gilder.
One Beagle ho.tnd-white with black
spots-bitch, al >ut 8 inches high.
Reasonable reward for any information
as to whereabouts.
1t. \V. S. LANGF" ORD.
Our toilet supply department will im
nish you with a clean towel at your
oflice or place of business every day.
Rting us up and we will call on you.
it.. Up-to-Date Laundry.
Cail at Edw. I. Hip, and examine
"The Champion" Mower and Rake
the best on the market. f&t. tf
Very few in the United States can
equal, but no house in South Carolina
can oiler the bargains that you will
find at Flynn's. t&f2t.
Gent's Cuton-Mad11h Shoes.
They are os good as any in the world.
Scm them at S. J. Wooten's. tf.
Business at the dispensary has been
quite lively for the past month, as the
sales for the month of SeptembUr
amounted to as much its the two
months previous. ''he settlement for
tihe quarter ending September 30th was
made yesterday. The gross p)rofit,s for
the quarter were $1,554.07; expenses
$471.73; net prlofits $1032.34. The town
and county each received $541.17.
"When our boys were almost dead
from whooping cough, our doctor gave
One Minute Cough Cure. Trhey re
covered rapidly," writes P. B. Belles,
Argyle, Pa. It Cures coughs, colds,
grippe and all throat and lung troai
bles. RioLertson & Gilder.
We furnish either hirh gloss or do
mebtic finish work now, which is
equalled by few and excelled hy none.
tf. Up-to-Date Lauticdry.
Mowers and Rakes at Edw. Ri. Hlipp's
Pr-ices reasonable. f&t. tf
Subscribe to the Delineator through
-S. J1. Wootetn. It wilhl cost less. tf.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUAiRr Bnos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
An~ Elegant Line,
One of the noblest and choicest lines
of clothing, shoes, hats and gents' fur
nlshing goods in the city is to be found
at M. A. Len wick's. The stock is new
and comnpose4l of the latest styles and
fashions, and the prices are mxoderate.
If you are thinking of buiying a suit ex
amine this stock and get pic3s and you
wvill come out a neatly attired man at ai
small cost. Mr. G. F. Wearn would be
pleased to have all his friotn :s call and
see the bargains h 3has for them.
"It did me more good than anythinf
I ever used. My dyspepsia was o:
month's standing; after eating it wat
terrible. Now I ama well," writes S. 13
Keener; Hoisington, Kas., of Kodo
Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what yeo
eat. Robertson & Gildeor.
Oar toilet supply department will far
nish you with a clean towel at your of
flee or place of business every day
Ring us up and we,will call on you.
it Up-to-Date Laundr-y.
Every successful farmer needs
Mower and Rake. There is none bette
made than the Champion. If you havy
an idea of buying one, call at Edw. R~
Hipp's. f&t- tf
1~Iasat -o take an<
Quick to act . Tlhe chil
dren cry for ~ h
grown folks are eve
satisfied until they s
~t. Only S5c. a bott1
at Robertson & Gilder'
D rua Store.
VAIRIOUU ANID ALL AIUUT.
Yesterday it raiued all (lily.
Mr. J. E. Scott, of Union, is it the
- Wanted, one cord of wood at this of
Keep an eye on Young & Co.'s ad. It,
will pay you to do so.
Mr. Jno. W. Daniels, of Saluda, was
over the first of the week
Communion services in the Lutheran
church next Sunday morning.
The jury list for the next session of
court, ib published in another column.
Postmaster Fair has been spending
the past week in the city of Washing
Mr. Wells has begun work on the
fire escape or gallery stairs at the opera
Chas. King'1 dramatic company is
booked to appear here on the 16th
Mrs. W. F. Smith, of Denlmark, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Mr. S. A. Daniels, of Troy, Ala., has
been spending a few days in Nowberry
this week with his brother Guy.
Miss Thyra Schumpert left the first
of the week to continue he: st,udies in
the College for Women at Columbia.
l.ev. Mr. Holmes will pay his regu
lar visit to St. Luke's church on next
Sunday. Preaching at 11 a. in. and at
5 p. n.
The Helena school opened Monday
morning with 36 pupils. Miss Maggie
Jones, of ltidge Speing, is teaching the
An exti a communication of A mity
Lodge will be held next Monday night
for the purpose of conferring the M. M.
The members of the Bachelor Maids
should remember the meeting tomor
row afternoon at 5 o'clock at Hunt &
Hunt's law office.
The county alliance meets today with
the lIartfor d alliance. t'he public is
invited and there will be a public picnic
served on the grounds.
Court will convene on Monday, the
23d instant. The criminal court will
be short, as there are only two prison
ers in jail awaiting trial.
The 1.:t. Rev. Ellison Capers, Bishop
of this Diocese, will visit St. Luke's
tpi1scopal Church on Monday evening
9th. Service at 8 o'clock.
The election for Alderman from
Ward 4 is in progress today. There
are three candidates: J. D. Hornsby, J.
.J. Langford and J. W. White.
Miss Louise Robertson, after spend
ing the summer here with her uncle,
Dr. Peter .obertson, left on Wednes
day for her home in Charleston.
Our postmaster and assistants are
"kept busy now weighing the mail. The
government is requiring all mail mat
ter weighed for thirty days, in order to
got a basis on which to renew railroad
Miss Lawrence Glenn, of Newberry,
after spending some time with the famn
ily of Capt. J. C. Davis, has extended
her visit to friends in Laurr. a.-Clin
Read the announcement of Copeland
Bros., in another column. They have
a large store filled with the cboicest
stock which they are olfering at the
T1here will 1)e a called meeting of the
Excelsior I?ire Company tonight. Every
member Is earnest,ly requested to at
tend. The chief and assistants are re
quested to meet with the company.
Will Cleland, an escaped convict from
the chain gang was captured last week
at Honea Path and brought back by
constable Tidwell. He is serving an
eighteen months sentence and has es
cap)ed t wo or three times.
Rev. G. A. Wright, of Newberry, ac
companied by Mr. Robt. Leavell of the
same place, passed through Saluda
Thursday. Mr. Wright was on his
way to see his father who lives In this
county near Johnston.-Saluda Advo
The total profits from tlte beer dis
pen sary for the quarter end inig Septem
ber 30th, amounted to $00.75. The ex
penses were $17, leaving $43.75 to be
(ivided between the town and county,
which division was made yesterday
each getting $21.88.
Rev. A. J. Bowers, one of the Pro
fessors in Newberry College, p)reaeced
at the Lutheran Church Sunday morn
ing and at St. Paul's Methodist Church
Sunday evening. Both sermons were
of high order, and were greatly en
joyed.-Orangeburg Timres arnd Dem
Have your' office or place of businesm
supplied with clean towels every da)
by the Up-to-Date Lau.idry tf
XOUNG & GO
TH ILAHtIST EN lt)IEIIICNT I N TillC.
EHISTORY OF Till. INKTITUTION.
A Most Flstti riig Oping-Thu Enroll
,uent 1? jaches l 0l.-Several Ad
dresses by Prominunt Men'
in Tiesday's paper we mentioned the
informal opening of Newberry College
on Monday morning and stated that the
enrollment would exceed that of any
;revious session, but little did we think
the numlr would reach 1011.
Morday and ''uesday were taken up
in examtining and classifying new stu
dents and examining the old students
who had to leave college last session
before the examinations.
The formal opening took place Wed
nesday morning, and several prominent,
men of the city, and friends of the col
loge, were present by invitation to
speak words of welcome, encourage
ment and warning to the young gentle
men and ladies.
The friends of the college rejoiced
last year at the larg ; numlber of stu
dents in attendance, and thooght t.hat
the high water mark had been teached,
but the record is broken as the follow
ing figures will show, which were read
out in the chapel Wednesday morning
by President Cromer:
Total enrollment last session includ
ing post graduate students, 154: total
enrollment including post gladuate
students, and several studetts who will
return to college shortly, 161; highest
enrollment previously made in college
classes, 111; present enrollment in col
lege classes, 123; young ladies in col
it was an inspiring sight to see the
chapel filled with so many bright and
manly young men and promising young
women seeking an education-a Chris
After the usual morning exercises,
Sc,ipture leading and prayer by Rev.
.1. L. Williamson, President Cromer
said that as it had been customary, and
as there were several prominent gen
tlemen present, they would have some
short, addresses to the students and
called first on Dr. L. P. McClintock, of
the A. R. P. church.
We shall attempt only a short synop
sis, couched in one own language, of
what each speaker said, which cannot
do justice to them. The talks were all
well-timed and eloquent, and were fre
quently applauded by the students.
Dr. McClinto: k said that, it was grat
ifying to him to see so many present,
and that he congratulated the president
and faculty, and rejoiced with them in
having the largest enrollment they had
ever had. He deemed it an extraordi
nary privilege to attend college at th is
time. The saddest hearts todry "ro
those that have not these opportuni
ties, and you should take advantage of
and faithfully improve your college op
portunities. You bring here to place
under the tuition of these teachers
your mental training and moral powers,
which is most important of all, and
which sometimes is overlooked, and
you must, remember and keep in mind
that you come to improve and develop
your moral as wvell as your mnental po0w
er's. Woe be to those who go through
to the neglect of this. That is the rea
son this is a Christian institut,ion; why
these professors are here, they would
not be here but for theirE quialiintionis
for such. I am safe ini saying that
when the visioni presented Itself to your
worthy p)reSident, lovely as it was, if it
had been to come here to train your in
tellectual and mental p)ower.s, he would
hlave been over yonder winninig laurels
in another p)rofession. Hie saw that if
he came here ho couldl influene the
youth--their moral characters, that is
what, drew him. That mott ve prompt
ed him to give up a more remunerative
cal.ling to come here. That animat,ed
the professors also more than any otber
reason. Hie said, let me insist that, you
take this thought-that, your president
and faculty are yearning that, the st,u
dents of this college be as much traIned
in moral as in intellectual and mental
traIning. In your recitation rooms
don't cheat and take advantage of each
other; this would pain your teachers
and east disgrace on your college. Be
men and women-earnest, pure, moral,
Rev. W. I. Herbert was next called
on. He said that,he wanted the boys
to know him-and he wanted to know
the girls. It h ad not beenE lon g since
he was in the condition of those
pecsent In the largest class, not, so long
that he had forgotten It, and what he
said wa9 to the youngest present,. lie
said, we read ii the Bible that God is
the same yesterday, today and forever,
Each of us have our yesterday, our to
day, and our forever. \Vhat we need
for our yesterday Is pardon, for our to
day is purity, and our tomorrow and( all
time Is power. Pardon, purity, power.
Sins pardoned, life purified, Christ
within me, the power to lhve right. 11
you are entering thme FeXesh man class,
sett,le the qjuestion now tbat, your lifC
is pure. God known this morning thai
I know the temptations of a college boy
Boys take care of your mothers' God
The next speaker was the Rev. M. 0
G. Scherer, pastelr of tihe Lutheral
church. iIe said: Young gentlemen
we welcome you hero, and are glad ti
meet you. You are here to improv
your moral as well as your mental pow
ers. We take it for granted that yoe
want to make your college days a suc
cess, and it would be a pity if you falle
-for if you fall In this, you will fall I
life. Some boys and gills the best col
loge could not make anything out of
hose who bo,ve no aspirations. Shol
me a boy who Is sat,isfied with his pre't3
Sat kenowledge and T will show you
matn who will he the tool of his fellow
men. 11y having a high identI in intiel
lectual and moral point'i each of you
mnay becomle noble and useful inl the
world. I)on't forget your liIble. Give
it your attention. 1lead and study it
in youtr rooms privately. There is
great danger that you will forget your
11i1)le when1 you get interested in matl -
ematics, and (reek, and philosoph;.
(;o to chureb every Snmday and when
evetr you have anll opportunlit'.y. We are
gha l to have you here, and wh ile w itth
us I would be glad to act inl the upa
ity of pastor to you.
Associate .1 ustice Y. .1. I'ope was
called on and said: We are glad that
those of you who left us last, session
have come hack to iu,. We are glad
that death has not claimecd anly of the
number, and we rejoice to see So many
pleasant faces here. Ve are glad that
our sister State, North ('arolina, has a
repleser:tative liere, and rejoice to sce
So many Georgians present--we think
it great deal of Savannah and Augusta.
\'oung gentlemlen, when you come to
college it is with i a purpose. there is
something behind it. lthe purpose is to
be elevated, lifted up intellectua''y.
You are laying the foundation of your
knowledge now. a,d it is a great re
sponsibility. W\ill you mieet. it? We
are now tlghtling in Lhis State the
greatest battle in its h i tory- the bat
tle of Christir"tI eduention; and I tell
you that Wolord, iErsk ine, (linton and
Newherry Colleges are at the front in
tills battle. and we expect every mnan,
every one of you. to (t) your duty inl
this conflict in which we are now en
gaged. Christiat education, what does
itmean? V ithout it what is the world?
Ir'ok at Germany 1111(1 France. ( )ne
recognizing the Godhead in all tlingt,
the other sceems to forget. God in all she
undertakes. One is i-> the fore,
the other to the rear. 1 wish
to impres" upon the minds of all young
peopl with whom I vomet (3 in contact
the importance of Christian educat.ion.
Ve are proud of thlis college and v. anIt
you to be. We see young gentlemen
going out in life as ministers, doctors,
law. ers, editors a11(1 the I:st of fatrm
ers--all from this college. The alnmnii
of this college rlelect as imiut?h credit
oil it as any institution in the State.
This communtit.y loves Newherry Col
lege-they like to call it Newberry
College-and all who feel ai Interest
in the State, feel an interest in the
work carried on within these walls.
Young mnen, I want you to read a great
deal; write essays a great deal: speak a
great deal. Read good hooks-don't
read more than one novel every two
mont.hs. Read biographies, histories,
poetr"y and of great battles, and leave
lighi t literature alone. The reading of
novels is at Iale to this coln iry. Again
we welcome you.
Dr. A. G. Voigt was next called on
and said: I rejoice with you in this
splendid opening. I feel good with you.
My ini;erest in this college is an abid
ing one. This gathering is an object
of interest, not only to uts who are llcre.
Hundreds of hearts are yearning to
wards this college this morning. I
want to sp)eak in behalf of the patrents
who have sont you here. It is not an
easy matt2r for a p)arenlt to sendi a son
hlere, andl( let me1( beg y'ou, donI't forget
thle folks itt h1omel--donl't bring dis
grae upon thlem. Honor thy father
and thy miother. Yotu can be ian honor
to your~ home aind p)arentts if you do
right while hlere. Leatrn to love t ->Oks.
P'erhaips you don't real11ize. what a I-:jok
is. Educiation i learning to reitd to a
certainl extenlt. Thle wisdom of tlhe
world has been accumulllateld and con
verted inlto hooks. Knowledge grows ;
a man cap)able of writing a book cani
draw on all that has been handed diown~
from generation to generation iand con
dense it inIto a form t,hat you cani leatrn
iandu atcqutire ia vast deal ill that lightI.
It is important for you~ to learn to read
--read good hooke. I wish you all sue
cess. Young men01, tauke this solemni
advice you get this morning-it is good.
D)on't, forget tho earniest admonitions
you haive hleard. It~ will requiire man10
hood( to carry it olut. Have the cour-'
age to fear God. 1 know that it will
req1uiro it, when you come in contact
withI cvil compa)~nionls. Have tihe cour
ago to say your prayers ini tIle pr*esence
of eachl othler; doni't 1ii afraid
to say them, do as yoti have beenl
trainled at home, and if you hlave not
been trained right, start rIghIt now,
and you willl commland tbe respect, eveni
of your unuworthy associates.
President Crome.r read the followving.
clipping as his address, whIichl closed
"Dr. Ed ward ieverett Haile says that
when he blroutght home his first report,
froml the famous Boston Latin school,
it showed that, hie stood only nirth In a
class of i5. 'Probably tile other boys
are brighter than you,' said his 11ot,h1
cr. 'God iradle them so, and you enn
not help that. But tile report says you
are amnltg tihe boys who behlave well.
That youi can1 8ee to, atnd that Is all I
care abotut.' "
1)IRcovoreti Iy it Vollait.
AnlotI.er great dliscovery has beeni
madlO, andl t.hat too, by it lady In thIs
cotunitry. "D)Isease fastenied Its cltches
upon hecr and for seveni years sihe wit,h
st,ood its soyerest tests, but her vital
Sorgants were undoerined and (leatih
Iseemed Imminienlt. F"or tbreo umontht
site coulghed incessa nIIly, and( could( not1
sleep. Shte finally discovered a way tc
recoverv, byV pmcihasitng of us a bottle
of Dr. King's New D)iscovery for (Con
811ump1 tt, and( was so0 much01 relieved
Sonl tkiig firs dose4, tha t site slept all
-nIght; aid wit.h two blottles hase beerS
absoittelyV cured. HeIr name11 Is Mrs
Lu,i,hier Lultz. Th'ius wrtes~ WV. U. Hr.nl
nic11k & Co., oIf Mheolb, N. C. Tra
bottles free at all Drug Stores.
Regular sizeA 50o anld 1.00. Every bot
The (olurt of (:eieral Secions1 will
coinvene on the fourtlh Monday, 2::-d
instant, .)l.*e Watts p)residing)t. Tlhtt
followin.r persons lhave beeni dr1awn to
serve on 1lie jury:
.1 . \' iy, WaIlter S. SpearntIt, A.
J. "I V ingston1, .1ino. I . SIta'u-nm, W .
11, 1:-:hnore, W. Ilub) I'nlow, .J. 1). 1tich
ardlson, .1. Y Floyd(, Eugene S. I,unng
shore, Wallae I'. lKoon, W. .i. Nato-e,
.1. W. Ilartmarl,.lohn IlendIerson, .1. 1).
\Moore, 13. 1-'. ('aninon, I'. !;uthc'r sli-h,
Dlu I'. \\'er't., !.'. ';. Ii7lllzman,.m J
Stillwell, Ki. It. Shannon, I". I'. \lat
It w., .1. A. ('. 1: Ier, .I. (layton
\b)ramut, .too. \V. Kiihltr, .1. (1. ('hapl
lulp, .hte(Ih ('. ('I1111i c, I:'obt. 1. Suk
I. C. \\ori;mi1 :. \V. S. )olbbin-. Mark;
.1. Smith, (o. W. Ieil, . no. W. Scott,
Zach II. Suber, Mark Nlills, Iatnbert.
I,. M\oore, .J. lI3c(1 cmp:-01n.
I f you have I rii our w ic, anc it, clii
not, lhIa'e y(ii. try at 1ai'1, for our
work1 is supciorw in <u(ility to what, it
has beenl. 1'p-to-Date I,aintdry. tf
The "I'low I'mv I'reacher," Rev. J.
Kirktnui , IielIe I ive, IlI., say . "Aftlr
sutlferin., from I;ronc"hial or 11ung troul
ble for ten year-, I was cured by One
\linute (ouhl ('me. It. is all that, is
claimed for it a'm1 ndItir." It (IIIes
colui s. vois, " i1)i p : a l ti t tlroat and
llung troubhles. I.ohrrt.,un & (;ildIer.
111 1etI91,,a1141 t, corcd for st-ple.1nber.
Tempr-e: tIeattl 111axint111n, .': .'3;
tea mitaxiItm. 59.1 : iean, 71.(;: maxi
m111m1, tl7, date, 70h: I'IaXimu11(.1. 12, dat.e,
27th. I'recipitat ion: Total, :t.ui inches:
;r('atest. in 21 Itours, 1.11, date, 10th:
nubler of (lays oi which .01 oir nore
lwecilitation ft'l1, Io: iti'u hcr of cleat
days, 10: tunitber of lIIi ttly couly days,
1:,: nnmhi'r of cloudy ciay,s 7. I :tmarks:
1, 2, :i, 7, S, 9, It t h iuuyll I t'iichlo d : 2:1, 27,
"'>, ::0oli",;hLt f rost: I:;h, heril h t, nletcror
night: 10th, lar:e circle arocnnd the
I espc ct.fIl ly.
W. G.. I'II".:|:ti(\,
\'ollnt ary I isirver.
L.on,sho)r , S. t('., (; -. 2, 1 t!tt.
'I wish to expres Imy thitnks to the
inanuct ,trers of ('humlrilainl's colie,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Iitne"ly, for
having put on the matrket such it wo
derful inelicine, says W. W. Mass
ingil, of 3eaunlont, exas. l'here are
miany" thooad.c of mtiothrl"s whose
children have 1bteen saved from at tacks
of dysentery and eholeia intfanttn who
tmust, also feel t"eanl:ful. It, is for sale
by W. !;. I'elhamt, 1) ggist.
OMr toilet,suip department will fur
Iill you with i clealn towel at, yoIir
lice or place of busines every (lily.
l;in1 its up iand we will cali out you.
if. Up-to-I)ate Laundry.
A Wortihy CUot r( .1 Aian.
(. U. WVilliims, who holds the Iosi
tion of Sulperiitenlent, of the farm at
the State College at, ( )rangebutrg, I
rived in Newberry 'ast week. Ile catlme
utp to sell cotton a'd look ifter his
farming iii tests here. 1le sold some
thing ov'er $:io0 worth of cotton, getting
the top) of the itarket. Williams iln
del'stands farinig and says that every
thing is moving on smoothly it the
Stat,e's colored collogo at Orangehurg.
I.'o Is deserovitng of t,he poisition he holds.
Theli generacl 01pin iiont of thte pubhlie
prove~'s that our work is satisfaiclty.
RtEV. 8. A. IIONA 110E
TesttifiIs to Ithei (Goot c i IItttii of Chnsuo
bierlatin's Cough Iie'ancdy,
On the 10t,h of D)ecmbet, 189)7, R1ev.
S. A. D oniahoe, palstor M\. I*. Church,
South. Pt,. lelasant, WV. Va., conttracted
a severe cold wh ich was attended(i fromt
the beginninig by violent, cottghilng.
lie says: "A fLer t(esor]tng tot a tmunbi ter
of so-cal led 'speciIieis,' usuallIy kept ini
t.he h ouse, to tno pitr pose, I puiirchased a
1 ottle of C hamberl aitn's ( )oigh Ii eme11
dy', which ncted l ike a chat-t. I most
cheerfully reommentd it, to the publhic."'
For sale by WV. I. I 'elhamitu, Druiggist.
Keep yourt mtoney in Newvberry whet e
it w,vill benoelit, home moerchantis by patit
toiingli a homite inidutstry like New
hotrry (It)o-Date Laundry.ii if
Como to llobjertsonl & G ildor's
Drug S-tore and buy your APPLICb
atnd WVHlTE WINE' VIN EGAR,
CI NNAMNON, SP[iCE, CLOA VES,
MU ISTAll and111 MUJSTAI D1 SE1E D).
of our goods for wo have test ed them,
BAberts~u & GiIder
DRUGGISTS~ ON TH CORNEBl
Served In any style
at Jones's Rtestau
ran t . WVe are no0w
opten fotr the seasont
and ready to give
our cutstomnirs good
cad qutick service.
S. B JOES
Riobbery i saaila Oldt Town.
)II Satuiday night the ,to'e of II. II.
l'llis, who dloes a large bultlUS is near
id 'l'Town, in this (onlty, wa%vs rohhcl
(If aL <iilantity" of diry ;vood-, ram:os,
knive.", notions, etc. 'The robbers ( I
t('eetl by tearin'g talt the back of tlte
thiimu(ey, wihich stands on the si;i it
endi of the huiling. T1hroug h this holo
they took their own tine in scleetin;;
their plunder. The stolen goodis wero
eanried11across:a Ilarge liel to wh"lere",
jutdging'" from tracks found, t.wo hu!;
gie" wt-rIt wa1iUng Ilere ov'er' .:;
worth of cloth an(ti it o t' st.utl was it ft.
i n i ditch, ahe prec ip Itl ion bei(.g
that two hug'ies nit, h n "ulli-ient.
to ea'y titl' the ,!Oo(ls. Y'e,tenh y
""W"r 1in, (llth !.. h g It4 we"r(" tt'altt''i at ('t -
siderabhl tlistanee, when tihe 'el.t
ated1, one ,oin", towards Newhr1 y
and the ( ther in the dlire'tlion of Jl ohn
Ston. \lore than aI h tltitetl dfollar'.
worth of goo(1, were ,lni . The 0i..
ney drawer hal only : xents in it, ail
this. too, wa, tatken. This Is, thel(.e
ondl tim e M . I;tlis has hadl his It't'n,
robbedl by entrance Liiithgi the ehit
rey.. Special -to News and Courie.
I i:.% rlls.
ia\ ts. atlie l lictkigil t lii In W .
1":nu yisterdlay turniIn I'g'et Iabout''
yeItl-a, :ntl leav'inlr six ch tilidren. liier
husband, I,awr"1encee 1). 11(mu'night, died
about two wt-e('ks a;u, and her inIfatI
dIed( abouut. at weiek eious to h is dleth,
andl the;e atre eii"rtnstanees that (aIl
forth s;ueere m a n t bi y . ()hserv'er.
'.'he inftnt- chih! of 'M r. at,a. i'. I ..
J. i..rlirfon( i t i at. te ir r(esidence
yesterday ltn ertntn. ''hey 1. ve t v th
Sylpathies of ei tetiany biend- in this
los; of nhed- tw'at habe.
St ir'et a li' it it' o i(' ttl 1 iMiIr.
t ir. ( . I). \\ieker, whio lu i beent
Strcet Sutperin1'en(lent, for the cit.y of
New' herry' for 1. e past, two or three
years, ha resigned his position ai't th
reIignat'ionl has been areeetted by tht
eit.y eouneil. \ ". \\'icker gie s '.p hi ,
place to necept at po( ition inl the ratil
road inaehI s atil a (illl'ouhia. If1a
has dt' solle t.0h work oin (O istlel ,
an i iny of o ir' il.I'/.ls o''r!e e to s'
him leave. \\e wish himt suee s in hi.;
le it e oifsiti les. ' l' lor llt! l t.he set.
ir. .Jackson will ont ine to kee ouri
streets in order --ant(i hi' InOWS ho tt' t
The Newb." y ('Intlher.
Ev,teryl tly" wtithin Mory mtiles of Nw
berry kenows'. who you I mlean when you)I
speak of the Newhuerrty C lu,h ier,. 116,
rep utation for honei't dialing, ,food
(ahlies ofn d latest styles for tht, least
money' has been establishedl in this
county, and t,hey all know that to con
sult prices andi(qualities in goods in thit
store is Ioh yo a' vanti ge. ,itanieso
has for this fall's trade at stock that
cannot be excelle in tit;w Stat.(1. Call
to see him and get his prices and se.
his goods ano oon will robably save
yourself toine ao ttohey,
lu lh l lS.
lraidsIat f.eore Cfasht,
l!1%1 Gdil M' ayl'esn.
II AVI' BEEN OIl'lING AND
i ltukin:. New (Gtoods for ht,he ast
four weeks, and the conseque)ec is, our
st ire is packel andl jamied with New
I-'all Goodls, inld we are hero to tell you
thatt we never allow our"selves to he un
dersol by an,111yon, (uality of goods
CLOTHINC AND HATS.
.Icn's suits of ('lothes for $I.00, worth
$0.' I: Mc n's slt its of C iloth es for $5.l ),
woi tI $7.-0: Men's sit its of Clothes for
$8.00. worth $I O.00:l loys' siits of Clothes
for $1.00, wo'tih $1.5: loys' suits of
('lot li's for $1.:': ani '.5O, worth $2.O);
Itots' suits of ('lot h's for $2 ( I, worth
'i0 and 1:.01: I' oys' Kliee I'ants at
' )t., It))'. ;,,,d :)l . a piair. IIig lot of
\len's I-;xt,ra I'anits. all sizes. at half the
)ri)ce y lo pay for thetmn at otheri places.
M 111's Ilt ts, all kinIds anl latest, styles.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
W have hv ithei of all kinds and the
.\ 1i.' lot adies' .ackets at from
$.o to $7.00. A bi; lot. 1.adil's' Capt s
at fiomu )0t. to $7. "u-- 'llsh, Cloth antl
W' tn show one of the lest aid
I .:t' t Stocks of New I)ress (;ooits in
Newherrv, anI at just IHalf the l'rieo
you pay for thliIII at other stores. You
wil!i eIr los) ilioney for yourself if you
on't, w' us on I)ress ( iti s this s'itsoil.
'Now I.ot. Tr'immnin.g, \'t"vet s, Silks,
l''.mbrobihic ry, aces und l:itons.
('tinll tt o ' us often. No trouble for
u1s to show goods.
C jor>oland1. ME3rosl.,
,lain St rct, Newbe1r'ry, S. C.
( )N I.v ' ( I: ;I 'ni:.
11.s 70f S"hool ''al blets t hey
will ell a1t 1c'., :Ye. and 5t.
ITIh(set tu-v g) Tablets tor the
p)ric'('. We also c'rt''y a linlte
of 1h )t I(r gtads. We cnn Sttp
pl\' the chliblrn('ll with Lead
Pencils, )hat(' l'('n1(ils, (ry
Ons. S1n111, I rsers, Book
'St raps, &c.,
To ihose o11t of school who
have tlnv to read we coller a1
lot of niiico ,ooks, paper cov
er 1 ad1(I 5c., cloth cover 20c.,
Iy Souit' ol the hest writers.
W ( an ilterest. them ill
houl)ehtOhl o11O1s inl TFin and
A tae \a,tre, a lot of useful
articiles for the kitchen.
Our prie('s will suit, for We
I1ave 11t11 One pri ce for every
body. We originate(1 this
plan11 in Newh1err'y anid find it
pleases, I)eacst5e it treats every
lw York Rak Irol,
WAGONS & BUGGIES
In Car Loads.
0V havo jus't,I rceivetd ai car of lho
\Vol liown Whtito II ickory \V agons;
also acari of' ] aggi('s, whliich wo wvill
sell ceaip. .If int neted of' aWgo
or luggcy, it will payd you to call and
get ourt prices hiofoiro making your
purchaluso. Weo buy in ltIargo 1ot8, paty
caish, discount. 0our bills, wichi oli
abhes us8 to so11 l"irs lahss Goods at.
low pricos. Comno antd, 800 us. \Vo
will tatk. ploasurci ini showing fo
whow have. W\o guarateo every
Wa:gont andti Iuggy' to givo entiro
saLt istlfact ion1.
V ory respe'ctful ly,
I AM NOT
** * WVithi past achivemntts, but
always striving to outdo moy former
oliorts. You will find moy store
bright with now~ goodls ini the line of
I will make it profitable to you if
you call aind oxammoci my stock bo
foro buying. Tho goods aro marked
to slut the Limos.
J. W. WHITE,
Main Streot, Newborry, S. C.
NeIwberry Ijoller Mills
.And. Corn~ OKa