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or . ................... I 20 .
or dozen ................ 1 121c.
ens, each ..............----- 1 25e.
as, por bushol....... . ....... 6 65.
Corn, per bushel ............... 45 500.
Oats, 'per bushel .................. 3f 50c.
Sweet potatoc .................... 5 0oc.
Turkeys, per ib ............... 8C.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.10
Hulls, per cwt ......... ......... . 25c.
Fodder, por cwt ................. 75@1000.
Please add to your telephone cards
Carlisle M. A. (Res.) 08. 1 t.
J. J. Lane has just received a fresh
supply of guano and acid. Will keep
guano till first of May.
Wynn's Bargain Store.
Dotted Swiss, black and white, 10c,
121c, 15c, 25c.
200 yards Percale, choice selections,
going at QIc at Wynn's Bargain StoKo.
250 yards Black SaLc, 'vorth 8kc,
going at 5c at W~n a'i3argain Store.
40-inch W 0 Lawn at 10c. Short
length 3. 1 ch White Lawn going at
5c at W A's Bargain Store.
BeC quality of Marsailles going at
20I d25c at Wynn's Bargain Store.
In the First-class Tailor Shop of
Newberry, a colored boy-must have
red hair-to learn tailor's trade; wages
good. H. C. SOLOMON,
f tf. The Tailor of Newberry.
A new line Ventilating Corsets 50c to
65C at Mimnaugh's. f.tf
We made a mistake in Tuesday's is
sue in stating that Dr. Henson would
deliver his lecture on "Fools" on the
20th. The dlate Is the 29th-Thursday
night of iext week. Do not forget the
time and come out and enjoy something
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics whenl GROVES TASTELESS CHILL
TONIO is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case where it fails
to cure. Prico 50 cents. f.ly
Now and Popular March.
"Knights of Columbus" march two
step, by George IH. Fischer, is an ex
eellent piece for the pianoforte. It is
written in six-eight time, and contains
a mel'ody that is attractive and pleas
ing to the ear. It has also the right
swing for the two-step danc'o. Publish
ed by J. Fischer & Bro., No. 71 Bible
House, Newv York. Price, 50 cents.
Those who are troubled with rheuma
tism should t ry a few applicat.ions of
Chamb erinin's Pain Balm, rubbing the
parts vigorously at each application. If
that- does not bring relief dampen a
piece o, annel with Pain Balm and
bind Jt cmover the seat of pain and
pm .Ih-fwill surely follow. For
sale by W. E. Peiham, Druggist.
A full line of Drew, Selby & Co. flue
Oxfords at M imnaugh's. f.tf
11e is a Grat Far,,ner.
The Whitney Manufacturing Compa
ny has bought 850 bales of cotton from
.James S. Bialock, of Gold ville, S. C., and
200 from J. H. Hunter. Mr. Blalock is
p)erhaps the largest planter in the State
of South Carolina. His farm lies be
tween Clinton and Newberry, and con
tains sonmo (,000 acres of land, thor
oughly systematized and equipped with
the best farming imiplemets.-Spar
tanburg Herald, 16th.
For Infants and Children.
1 tWOR TI HKNO WING!
T ~ bottle of Our Owvn
.iectric Lin iment will remove
alt pains, aches and stiffness
from the joints.
That a bottle of Saluda
Group Oil will cure the Irost
obstinato case of croup, and
also prevent a threatened at
That one bottle of Robert
sonl's Oom pound Oouigh Syrup
will give immediate relief to
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchit.is,
and all other diseases of the
lulngs and throat.
The abovo medicines are
comnpounded of the purest
drugs and with the greatest'
care at Robertson & Gilder's
Pharmacy. t.&f. 1y
VAlMOUS AND ALL ABOUT. ,
The pipes for- water works are oeing
tributed over town.
Joseph Mann is 1putting a new
n his dwelling and otherwise ti.
prinkler haq started on Mai
It should extend to all the
examination for teachers' cor.
held last week there wer(
bite and seven colored appli
ore will be a match game of ball
eon the Newberry and Collegc
at the Fair Grounds on Monday
o'scaffolding on the new Lutherati
church has boon taken down, the towel
and roof all being finished. Work ik
now being pushed on the interior.
Rev. Prof. A. J. Bowers willI p-eacli
in Thompson Etreet Church next S b
bath morning. The pastor, Rev. M. P.
McClintock, goes to Gastonia, N. C.,
Mr. W. W. Fulmer is offering some
extraordinary bargains in grocories
and canned goods, and in fact in every
thing in his store he has put the prices
down to cash bottom. Soo his ad.
Our suburb, Helena, has applied for
cityhood, and as soon as the result of
the election held last night for Intend
ant and wardens is known a charter of
incorporation will be issued by the
Secretary of State.
Cut Bono, a correspondent of the Ob
server, rquests The Herald and News
to state (hat he mado a mistake in stat
ing tl4t Rev. W. W. MeMorrics would
preach at Garmany Sunday afternoon.
)Io will preach in the morning.
Mr. C. L. Blease obtained a new
trial in the case of DeWalt against the
.Columbia, Newberry and Liaurens
Railroad. The point raised was that
one of the jurors was not a qualified
elector nuder our new constitution.
Cooper and Company's show will ex
hibit in Newberry on May 5th and 6th,
Wednesday and Thursday, with two
performances daily. Prices only 10C
and 203. Tents to be on West Main
Street near Leavoll and Speers' furni
Thle inace committee to raise money
for the Press Association have been
out only two mornings and have been
very successful, as we knew they would
be for the people of this town know
how to entertain. If any one desires
to contribute who has not been seen
call on commilittee.
Wo have received a letter from Con
gressman Latimer stating th t our re
quest to change mail route from Pros
perity to Caldwell to Wednesday and
Saturday instead of Tuesday and Sate
urday has been granted so that now
our Tuesday pap.3r will got through
that section on Wednesday.
Judge Watts has filed an order re
fusing to grant a new trial in the easc
of H. C. Koon vs. Farmers' Mutual In
surance Company. This case has been
tried three times. Two verdicts in
favor of the insurance compan._ and
one0 mistrial. TheIb interests of the in
suranee companUy have been ably de
fended in this case by' its attor-neys,
Messrs Hunt & Hunt.--Observor.
This)1 is the best mediciiine in) the
worild for bowel comlalinIts. It acts
quickly and can always be depended
Ipou. When reduced with water It is
pleasant to take. Try It, and like many
others you wvill recoma eiind it to your
friends. For sale at 25 andi 50 en ts per
bottle by WV. E. Pelhnm, Druggist.
H-ealth andI- HappineOss soecured wvhen
you buy at our drug store We (10 your
nrescription woirk at lowest prices.
o never allowv any one to undertsell
us. Sober, competent, graduated drug
gists at PELHAM's PH AnMACy.
Theo Standard Itrod Stanlion
"Chance To Be" belonging to Mr. S.
J. McCaughrin, prloprietor of Insfallen
Stock Farmi, died of cgngestion of the
brain on Wednesday of last week. He
was a valuable horse to the community,
as weoli as to his owner, and1 the loss to
both is great
Mri. McCaughr-in dlesires us to say to
those who hayo bred mares to "'(h anco"
that they can continue, and breed to
his young stallion Woodlako Bany, wvho
is a fine individual, and being equally
as weoll bred of hiEs horse eChancc."~
Whether on pleasure bent, or bust.
ness, takeon every trlp a botth-of 83 rap
of Figs, as it acts8 most plensantly and
eff'ectually on the kid neys, liver, and)(
bo~wels, preventing fev ra, hleadaches,
and ot her for ms of sicknerss. For sai(
In 50 cent and Hl bottles by all leading
druggists. Manuiifacetured by the Cali
fornIa Fig Syrup Company only.
H ARRJ?8 LIT/IAWATER9I
Carbonated Lithia Water,
Soda Wa i
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Prices by
Agennt for No" enrry
Lectured at the opera house on rues
day night on the subject Just Human.
The lecture deserved a larger audI
ence. It was replete with wit and w'
dom and much good, hard philosoph .
We ere glad to have had Major
Smith with us. H is articles are print
ed in The Herald and News every week
and are read with interest by hundreds
of people. He is not only a good
writer and talker but a most congen
ial and pleasant got.leman and his
reminiscences of the great men of
Georgia of a past generation tre full of
On Wednesday morning we drove
him to the Co!legf and the Graded
School, at both of wh cl places lie
made short talks.
Extracts from the Road Law.
For the information of the many
overseers in this township, in r, gard
to the legal ago, for road workers, I
publish the last act on the subject.
There is much conflict on the sub
ject, and road overseers, over the
whole county will do well to read the
act carefully, as the roads will all be
worked by the time the act will be
ready for publication.
"All able bodied male persons, and
all male persons able to perform or
cause to be performed the labor herein
required, between the ages of 18 and 50
years except in I Horry and Spartanburg
counties, where the ages shall be from
21 to.50, and also except ministers of
the gospel in actual charge of a con
gregation, and persons permanntly
disabled in the military service, and
persons who served in the late war,
shall be liable, annually to do and per
form four days labor on the highways."
D. A. DICKERT,
Township Com im issioner, No. 11.
Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ox
fords in any style from 50c to $2.50 at
Salter, Photographer, has had the
interior of his gallery painted and ren
ovated ,hroughout, and has just re
ceived one of the late' improved New
York Studio Culpits. He is now bet
ter prepared than ever before for mak
ing photographs in all the latest styles
of finish. f&t.2t.
Pure Muscavada Molasses at J. W.
Recder's. f. 3m.
A Vefrinary Forge
I have just opened to the public for
Shoeing I-lorses and Mules, in connec
tion with my practice. I personally
inspeet tne feet and shocing to correct
all defects and vices, without extra
charge. See mc.
Mr. Pool's Old Shop, just below
Brmvn's Stables. M. F. KENELEY,
f.&t.tf Veterinary Surgeon.
The citizens of Helena hold a meet
ing last night to nominate a ticket for
intendant and wardens, with the fol
Intendant, Cole. L. Blease.
Ward 1, B. E. Julien.
2, Jas. F. Glenn.
3, Welch Wilbur.
" 4, I. D. Shockley.
It was decided to hold the election on
May 4th, and J. Y. Wilbur', J. D. ]
Shockley and C. J. Zobel were apploint
Mi'. Tr. 0. Williams wvas elected su
pervisor of registration and was author
ized to proceed at once to the r'egistr'a-)
tion of the voters.
Cole. L. Blease, Esq., acted a chair
man of the cit,izens' meeting last night
and Mir. Jesse Coats as secretary.
Gui' suburb is hastening to be no<
longer a suburb, but a sister' city. May<
J. W. Reedcr's is the p)lace for you
to call wvhen needing anything in his
line. HIe can save you nmoney. f. 3m.
During i1.e winmter'ofJ1893. F. M. Mar
tin, of Lonmg R~eh, WVest Va., con
mrated a s"ver" cold wvhich left him
ni,h a cough In peatk ing oif how he
cured It he says: "1 used several kinds
of cough syrunp hut found no relief until
I bought a b,ottle of Chambierlain's
Cough Remedy, wvheh relieved mme al
most instant ly, aid in a short tIme
brought abmou~ta co'muphate mire.'' When
troubHele wIth a cough or cold use this
remedy and you will noltfinid it neP(c
samry to try several kitnds beifore you get
relief. It hats he en In the market for I
over twetnty years and conistantly a
grnownm In favor and popiularity. For
sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by W.
E. Pelham, Druguist.
. - s
(Columbie. Uicycles for sale. Tires c
on Ladies' Wheels inflated aLnd exam
ined frece of charge. Repairiing of all v
kinds. F. A. ScInUMPEWP,
f. tf- Agent.
Your Proscription Business.
You as good and as Careful
service as 28 years Experience
can give, and
Pure Drugs at Reasonable r
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Pharmnacists on thn Corner. .
TIE WEWDDING IELLS RING IN CHIAR
Eitor Wn. W. Hald Wis the Hleaullfi
and Accomplished Min Fay Wirto.
[Special to The State.]
Charleston, April 21.--At 9 o'cloel
this evening Mr. W. W. Ball of Green.
ville was married to Miss Pay W itte
at the resid-nce of the bride's father ir
The wedding was a beautiful affair
The splendid mansion was handsomel
decorated with palms and cut flowers
and an elegant bridal supper wat
served after the ceremony.
The marriage ceremony was per
formed in the beautiful and spacioum
imsic room. The bride entering, at
tended by her train of bridesmaids, waE
joinod by the groom and his best man
and the company proceeded up an aish
to the end of the room, where withh
a bower of palms and flowern the knol
was tied by the Rev. W. T. Capers, o
The following ladies were the bride's
attendai.ts: Miss Laura Witte, sister
of the bride, maid of honor; Miss
Sarah Ball, of Laurens, sister of the
groom: Misses Evelyn Brodie, Jear
Edgerton, Annie Sloan, Margaret War.
Ing and Hulda Witte, all of Charles.
ton, the last named being a cousin of
he bride. Mr. Thomas R. Waring
Lcted as best man. There were nc
ushers or groomsmen.
The beautiful strains of Mondels
3ohn's Wedding'IMarch were played as
.he bridal party proceeded through
the room, and during the ceremony
,he orchestra discoursed music in soft
About 200 guests witnessed the cerc
mony, among them being the following
5entlemen, who came to Charleston as
Tuests of Mr Ball: Col. H. W. Ball
tud Mr. W. A. Watts of Laurens, Mr.
I.-F. Richardson, Mr. J. 0. Westfield
%nd Perry Beattie of Greenville.
Mr. Ball is the editor of the Green
ville News, and is well known through.
)ut the State. He has many friends in
'Aharleston, and was formerly editor of
,he Pot of this city.
Mrs. Ball is the second daughter of
'Ir. C. 0. Witte. She is a favorite in
'larleston society, and is a young wo
nan of beauty and talent.
Mr. and Mrs. Ball left here this
vening for Washington. After a tour
)f about a week they will proceed to
greenville, their future home.
The People are Convinced
When they read the testimonials of
,ures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. They
re written by honest me and women,
Lnd are plaiu, straightforward state.
nlents of fact. The people have con
idence in Hood's Sarsaparilla because
,hey know it actually and permanently
mures, even when other medicines fail.
HOOD'S PILLS are the only pills to
.ake with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
tnd yet eflicient.
Oxfords, all styles aid colors, at
St PaPsti' Itemsig.
Mr.. Editor, wve desire to start a clod
ioper in your papeCr.
Comnmumnion services were held at
st. Paul's church yesterday, Rev'. J. A.
sligh, our p)astor', pr1eachied one of the
nost imp)rexlsive sermc,ns I have ever
ieardl him preach, and I have heard
-in pr,each for thirty-two years. T1enx
nembers wvere admitted to the church.
A. congregational meeting and prepar~i
1,tory services were held on Goodl Fri
lay. The church council was eleet,ed
m that day and the followving gentle
non wvill serve as elder-s: J. D). Shealy,
r. HI. Livington, W. S. Scybt, J. A. C.
Cibler, Tr. A. Eptinig and J1. I. Sease,
und the following as deacons: T1. 1P.
iichardson, J. .J. Hlipp, C. W. Shealy.
.C. Aull, D. A. Livingston, G. H.
Vull andl Augustus Fellers. Mr. J1. C.
Vull was m.,ted Sunday-school Super
ntendent, and( we hope) him much sue
ess in his efforts or the efforts that he
nay make in the welfare of our Sunm
lay-school, and we are at his service
.ny' time if lie thinks that he needs as
Mr. J. .T. Ept,ing is preparing to
hresh wvheat, at his house. That is
cry handy for us wvho live near' him or
t. Paul's communit.y.
The grain looks very pr'osperous. I
'clieve that it is going to lbe t,he best
:rain cr'op we have seen for several
eare, or at least it looks t.hiat way
We are glad to say that we can hear'
he familiar voice of C'ol. TI. W. H-ol
way from his p)orch In passing. lie
ives a word( or asks a quest,ion to all
rho pass. We ard~ glad to see1 that the
'olonel hats imp)roved so fast from
Hoinest & Co's. saw mill has sensed for'
lie summer, that, is uptil Ithe lplotving
Bason Is ove,'.
There has bec:a a good many calves4
urt this last weekc by the use of the
ott.on planter (t,he calf. of the leg).
We learn that Mrs. Lizio Long, of
impsonmville, S. C., is visiting her
aught.crs, Mr's. Setzher and Mrs. AulIl.
Ve think thaxtt she might spend a few
ieek with us.
Newvberry County, Apr'il 19), '9)7.
He sture that your blood is pure,
our appetite good, your digestion
To purify youxr b)lood( and buiild up
our health take UIc>d's airsaparlila.
This xmedicinie hats accomplished re
rmarkable cures of all blood dliseases.
t is the On)e True Blood Purifier.
Hlood'si Sarsaparilla has power to
sake you well by purifying and en
lehing your blood, giving you an ap
eLite, and nerve, nmntal and( digestive
Arm and HIammer' brand keg Soda
heap at . w. nocdax,s f. 3m.
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food aginst alum and all forms of
adulteration CoItomon to the cheap
14OYAL BAKING POWDElRO.,NEW YORK
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET.
ALL TIIE NEWS OF A LIVEC AND PRO
[Speclal Cor respomienco Herakand News.]
PRt'li'MTrY, S. C., April1 22, 18970.
Cold-everyone is "a shiverin' an'
a shakin' "1 these mornings.
Rev. Thos. Leitch hits begun a meet
ing here in the Miethodist church. He
pretaches twice i day, inld we trust may
(10 mcIh good. He Is aecoml]palied by
the sweet singer Marshall. They will
be here for a week or two.
Luther League services in Grace
church next Sunday morning instead
of 111ght, as DI'. 1111111M will J)retlch
and administer the communionI at Mt.
Tabor inl the morning. This is a
change in the services from afternoon
to morning at Tabor.
Mr. E. B. Hayden returned from his
visit to Charleston last week. Ile was
mueh pleased with his trip.
Tle new cotnell was %worn inl lust
Friday. Mr. A. At. r Wa8 r 1e
elected clerk and treasurur. )r. J. 13.
Simpson, It. I. Stoudemaye. and T. 'L.
Schumpelrt appoilnted board of health.
The Luther League of Grace church
elected Alisse4 Lizzie Heagin, Della
Bowers, Olive l0eagle, Gertrude Simp
son and AMary Luther delegates to the
Central League, which mlleet"; at St.
Phillip's May 1st.
Messrs. D. M. Langford and .1. 1'.
Bowers went to the State l'pworth
League, Which mellt at Spartanllbuij.g last
Thursday. They were dulegates from
Wightmn LePge. They r,t.urned
Mrs. Lizzie IfIliter passed through
town last Sattrday oil her way to visit
Aunt Katie Moore, who has been quite
Mrs. Mary Riley died at the resi
dence of her son-in-law, Mr. Living
ston, on Tuesday morning. She was
upwards of 60 years of age.
Rev. Mr. Orr, the evangelist of the
A. It. P. Synod, will begin a meeting
in the Presbyteriant chulrch here on
Friday beforeo thte fIrst Sunday in May,
in accordane with appioinment made
F"ebruary 18, 1897.
Miss lle Boozer will leave to-day
for an ex tended visit, to relatives ait
Ne wberr'y and G reenw1tood(.
Mr. J. F. JBrowne, agent of thte
Southern Railway Company, who( htas
been confined to his room three or' four'
weeks with rhetumatlsm, has been 1hob
biling around town on crutches. He
has been granted leave of absence foir
two months, anId will go to Is home at
Cherr'yville, N. C., and1( will go fronm
there to Ilot Sp)rings, Ark., and will
return to lP-osperity about J1uly 1st.,
andl saLys he w"ill whlip your humble
scribe on his ret,urn, as he expect.s to
be the best man in t-own. We htope
The Easter attendanec at G race
church was the largest In y'ears. The
decoratious were priett.y and in good
taste. The smon was good and the
nulmber of conununtiticants large. Seven
were added to th el church membershl5ltip.
TIhe Sunday-sch',ol wasi1 large, and1( the
exercises of the Little Workers were
perfectly sjpleindid and cap)t,ured the
large audi enlce. 'lThe little folks, led 1by
Mr's. Dri. IIalhnan,acqiuitted themelvdes
nticely, and miany were the priaises . e
hear'd of the excelleit,manner ini wh ichi
thIt y r'endered thir' parits.
Rev. Mr'. Kirkpatrick pr'eached in
the A. It l. chtur'ch morning and night
and-hItis scemons were full of the G ospel
anld wil (crta inly3 bin g forth good1
Rev. Mr'. P rice, as pr'evioutsly an
nlounced, p)reachled on "HIieavenly I tee
0-.;iition."' Hfis sermuoin, wh ile Ilong,
was well riceivedci, andl he made it very
lin rthattt "w~e will know each other
there." ''Te qu iest,in for us to decide
is are we going to be t,hei'e. We are
willing to risk all1 else' if we ('fnn ju5t,
b)e one who will be ther'e.
Cupi,. IH. If. Iussell and Col. D). W.
Jioland are in attendlance upon03 cour,t, In
CJolumbhia thtis week, andl Alr. .1. A.
Derick, of Little Aluntalit, is atttentd
ing to tIhe ticker at thte C., N. & L.
R. R. this week.
Large crowds wei'e it townt ont Good
Friday and Satur tday, iandi manty were.
thte hats aitd suilts car'riedl htome for use
on E'aster Sifudy. We heard'( of one
lfim that sold1 int tlte two (lays over 20
suits and( inearly onte 1hundr ted hats
ladies aind gents. it, pult one in ind of
Gooo Fridays of 0old, when our town
used to i>c crowded ont this (1ay3.
Anic Abbott and lier wontderful
power, as exhibited in the academy
last Saturday nighIt, was thte talk of the
towni. Ii aynco says Ito don't knowv wht
it was, but, the power was there and
lots of it. Cap says lie doit't want any
rtnore suIch "foolin"' r'ound hiht a to
m11ight get a spell put on him, and ho
has 1o Solonon to ward it off.
Nir. (. L. SchumprI t, who has been
attending a business college, is home
on a itshort, Vacation to rest his eyes.
Ilis p1Ysiciani aidvi'sed hitl to rest
Capt. U. It. Whites, who his been
with uts off and oi for the past week,
left us Mondity.
The stockholders of the lI'rosperity
Cotton ill Coinpany will hold their
annua111al meeting on 'I'lh tirsday, May 6th,
at 11 o'clock a. In. Let all the stock
The well, aifter Ianty delays the
work of which was stopped, has started
up1) again, a)(1 is golig On i night and
day with two shifts of hands. ThIy
are beginning to piunltch quito a deep
hole in old n1other earlth, anld from
present, indientions, a beatlful supl,!y
of water is not far off. llriolc making
will begin in the near future, when the
Company expects to make Itt least half
a million more brick.
Col. tussell 1). ZitnmIerImanl. of Or
angebug Couity, Spelit the l'aste- tide
with Col. Aloseley and fiimily, and re
turned to his hom1e early this week.
Alr. and Alrs. W. WN. l'ulimir, of your
city, were wit.h us Oil Easter. Glad to
iss Leila Fulner, of Newbery, hits
hen visiting Miss Ill P llers.
Mr. B:a(lham, of Atlanta, who has
been visiting his aunt,, Lrs. S2.1 Pel
lers, left for Ninet,y-Six on londay.
The children enjoyed their E'aster
ogg hunt oi GraIeei church gronitds oi
Mr. E...i. (Hub) Kibler is the cham
pion bicycle vider. 110 made 20 miles
inl two hours ovur "powlerful" rou-"I
-oads Moniday. 1Ie says he's a long
ways off, )tt he expej ts to getthere till
All our sick folks are convaleseing
ind we trust will all be fully restored.
Mrs. Matthews and little son, le1nnie,
6yho had pneumonia, Ire able to sit up
.mr. .umes I). Lthor, of Newherry
L'ollege, spent , E'aster unetle the pa
renttal roof amd rtturnted to his studies
'-'ihe sois of rest have un1taillioisly
:1ecided to go into Ile cheltker busi
less, as t hat, exercise re< iulres t-he least,
11110ilit, of physical exercise and very
little talk, and have begul operations
it thle ollico of the 1>rosperity Stock
'otitaiany. They V x teti I genteral
ital lenge to all whvlo think they can
play 'teeks.'" If Illick ean m't (10 yoil
LIp, lIenry ill try you; ind if lien ry
Dna', Dave will to vnlled in, or Ilob or
Bumiee or A. (4. ort Sim or onle of the
Kibler boys or Dock, ( 'apt1. ". or Hayne;
ind if none of these can vanulish you,
I,Itws is held in rese-ve, atid whnIt Im
,itluis loose oil you1 youl will think i gat
intg gni or It msked hatery has
11u11.nled loose on youl, and141 will not leave
it single point to which yo'l eain move.
So lookout and donl't tackle the wrong
W ith a better untdertanitding of the
trainsient,ntureti' of the many phys
ceal ills, ivhich ivanisht before propeor ci
forts-gentle (.le)orts-pleaisant t,e flotts
tightly (directed. Tlhere is comtfor't in
the kntowledge, thant so mnuy forms of
sickntess arc not11 dute to ainy actual dis
Bae,i, ht.t simptjly to ia 'ontstipaltedl conldi
tion of thle system, whle ih the pleasant
family laxatiive, Sy.rup of Figs, pirompt
Ly retmoves. fThat is why It is the only
remnedy' with mtillionsof famtIilie's, iltndis
EIVyverywhee ('st.e(eed so h'ghily by tall
who vahtno good hteatlh. Its b,enefleiatl
iffeets iare dute to thte fact, that it is the
alcanl iness5 wvithiout debil itaiting thte
>rganis (on wich ol it acts. It is thterefore
dll imupor'tatnt,, in order1 I o get its bente
licial effects, to ttote whlen you p)ur
dtiise, that you have thle gettitine arti
sle, whih is n mftacturted bty the Citll
rorniai lig Sytrup ('o. (lnly uttd sold lby
If i thte ('tjoytmenit of goodI health,
,t.hetr retmtedies iare thtetn not neoeded. If
nay be c(onnnendedtI to1 I the mtost skill ftl
>hysician ts, but if itt need'( of aiI lxitive,
vell1-infortmed everyw~vhere, Syrup of
"igs stt ads htightest iandI is mos ct lar tgely
tsed andil gives mots~tg(eneralt saitisfact ion.
ro close the Business. I
&aithout reserve -
And 8ecuro fhe Bargains.
Is filled again
witi the most desira
ble and newest goods
ifforded by the North.
%rn markets. Our
buyers are j ust return
ing from New York,
Philadelphia and Bal
timore with the
Bhoicest selection they
could possibly make.
In Wash Fabrics
there is simply no end
to the variety.
we have everything
that the most fastidi
auls could wish.
Styles range fr'om
the daintiest checks
to the large, hand
some patternIsso much
in vogue now.
W~je carriy the cele..
3ENTS' FINE GOODS.
We have selected a
>eaultiful line of col
IIrs and shapes.
.ADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
We are very confident
hat we have the best
n style and finish to
CJOM~E AND RR IUR.