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orb ...... 1 20c.
or dozen .. .. 124o.
ens, each .............. 1 250.
as, per bushol . 6 5c.
Corn, per bushel .. .... 450.
Oats, per bushel .................. 3 d 0 .
Sweet potatoes ... c.
Turkeys, per lb . 8c.
Cotton seed' meal, per sack... $:.1.10
Hulls, per c .. . . 25C.
Fodder, per cw,t 75@1000.
If you want the best korosene on the
market buy Standard Fireproof. For
sale ,by all leading inerchahts. t. 4t.
(en. M. 1. Bonham will bd the ora
toir for Memorial Day.
Floral, Iorse ane Bleycle Show in Colum
The Floral, Horse and Bicycle Show
will come off in Columbia on the 28th
and 29th instants. Round. trip' tickets
will be~sold on the 27th to the 29th fot'
$1.80, limited to May the first.
A base ball and - n with each
boy's suit that ro&V'Ikoim $2.00 up.
t.2W 0. M. JAMIESON.
La ' .iday-the Octave of Easter
was pvely Lord's Day morning, noon
an ght, and all the churches were
0 ed. At the Lutheran church Rev.
r F'ox held divine services; Rev.
Prof. Bowers occupied the A. R. P.
pulpit in the absence of Mr. -McClin
tock; at the Baptistchurch the Sunday
school servicC only was held; the Meth
odist Presbyteran and Episcopal
churches were served by their respect
ive pastors, Rev. Messrs. Creighton,
Williamson and Holmes.
Car load of Lime, 99 16-100 purc, just
in, alsocomentat Win. Johnson's,
t 3t Sign of a big Anvil.
leduced Hatem via the C., N. and L.
On account of 'he annual meeting of
the South Carolina State Teachers'
Association at Greenville, June 3rd to
July 5th, the C., N. and L. will sell
tickets to Greenville at the rate of
$3.00 for the round trip.
The annual meeting of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union will come
off -at Charleston May 11-th to 13th. On
this account tie C., N. and L. R. R.
wvill sell round trip tickets to Charles
ton at rate of. $8.10.
Salter, Photographer, has had' the
interior of his gallery painted and ren
ovatedl throughout, and has just.- re
ceived one of the late improved New
York Studio Outfits. Hie is now bet
ter prepar~ed than ever before for miak
ing p)hotographs in all the latest styles
of finish. f&t.2t.
Prof. WVIHHams Welch to WVed,
'Dame Rumor has it that not long
hence will Professor Williams Welch,
Newherev' talented young artist, lead
to byxn' ,@ltar, a fair daughter of Sa
- .-vapna ~w of Baltimore, a young la
dy ~of eb'armning personality. Prof.
Welch isi at present engaged in the sur
vey wvork of the Indian Territory. We
recently had the pleasure of seeing
speocimens of his wvork which is of
course fiInely executed.-Newberry
Correspondence Augusta Chronicle.
For Infants and Children.
'A Veterinary Forgo
I have just opened to the public for
Sooing Horses and Mules, in connec
tion with my practice. I personally
:inspect tne feet and shoeing to correct
all defects and vices, without extra
charge. See mec.
Mr. Pool's Old Shop, just below
.Brown's Stables. M. F. KENELEY,
f.&t.tf, Veterinary Surgeon.
WOR TH KNOWHING!
r%hat a bottle of Our Owvn
1lectric Liniment wvill remove
all pains, aches and stiffness
from the joints.
Thlat a bottle of Saluda
CJroup Oil will cure the most
obstinate case of croup, and
also prevent a threatened at
That one bottle of Robert
son's om pound C ough Syrup
will give immediate relief to
Coughs, A,sthma, Bronci tis;
* and all other diseases of the
lungs and throat.
.The above medicine's are
-comIpoundedi of the purest
d1rugc and wvith the greatest
care at Robertson & Gilder's
Pharmacy. t.&f. ly
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Thepollego'boj,uhave t1leir sweaters,
4 they are "ll iNght."
e Newberty base ball team will
,he Clinton teap oi).May. 18th, at
ikon having served lils time
'h itq gang has bcui released
H. Cromer has finished re
thebridge over Saluda River
k has been cominenced and will
pidly pushed in the direction .of
3. Sale, Esq., Is Wuilding'a resi
on Johnstone strent, near Mr. C.
The hardsomo Standard Oil com
pany's wagon Is seen on our streets In
its delivery rounds.
An effort is being made to have a
bloycle track over the old Laurens
Railway to Clinton.
F. W. 10ant, Esq., has been retained
by Tonney byles to defend his case at
the neit term of court.
A clean yard is att,raqttve, but the
debris dumped ih the sti:eet,.in front of
the gate, is unattractive.
Now that we are assuming the ways
of a city. we hope some day to see a
clock in-the tower of the opera house.
The place is therd for its reception.
Supervisor Schumport has finished
plaiting his crbp at tle bour house and
ha6ltarted the chain gang out on the
Rev Dr. W. M. Leftwick of Nashvillo
will $iduct a two-weeks' nieetiig at
the .wberry Methodist church, begin
4i" May 9.
The game of bas-bYUl yesterday after
noon between College and town teams
resulted in favor of College by a score
of 29 to'4.
Supervisor Schumpert let the con
tract on Friday for building a bridge
over Duncan Creek, near Whitmiro, to
J. N. King for $498.
The Rutherford school, with Mr. L.
A. Riser as teacher, will close on May
15th with an exhibition in the morning
and picnic in the afternoon.
The Shockley Brolhers are putting
pretty gable fronts to Mr. Joseph
Mann's residence and otherwise im
proving the appearance of the dwell
Mr. M. A. Carlisle was re elected a
member of the committee on Laws and
Supervision in the Grand Lodge
Knights of Honor at its recent meeting
There are some pretty views in and
around Newberry. The rolling land,
the hills and dales, the vari-colored
earth of the ploughed fields and the
beautiful green of the grain.
Sheriff Buford has a new roll top
desk in his olice, which was orderad
by Supervisor Schumpert. The Sheriff
says his office is now complete except
that the Supervioar must furnish a few
inkstands and pens.
Miss Lizzie Copeland, who has con
pleted her course at the Training
School for nurses and who has been
very successful with her private nurs
ing in Columbia has come to Ne wberry,
and will make her home with her sis
ter, Mrs. Earhardt.
The TJ.ownship Board of Pensions of
No. 8 will meet on Saturday, May 1, at
Utopia school house 'at 10 a. mu. All
who are expecting to make application
for pensions as wvell as those on the list
will appear before the board, at that
The individual members of the
KnIghts of Honor contributed $91.20 at
their meeting in Columbia last week
to the fund being raised to erect
a monument to D)r. G. W. [Holland, who
was Grand Reporter for this State.
This is only an addition to the amount
Remember that "B.etwcen Two F, es"
will be presented at the Ne wherny opera
house on the 29th inst. by the Newborry
Guards. On that occasion it is to be
expected that every man shall (10 his
duty, and every woman hers, and turn
out to encourage the guards.
The long continued rains made the
ground so vermy hard that ploughing, in
many places, is a dillcult operation
It breaks in heavy clods, so much sc
that the clod-crusher and harrow are
freely used. Pulveri'zation of the soil
is a good thIng and should be a perma
nent feature of the farm and garden.
Rev. Mr. McClintock returned last
night In time for his prayer service.
He has been at, Gastonia ansstin/
brother minister. Rev. Mr. \yn rght ii
expected home some time during thc
week and, providence permitting, will
occupy his pulpit at the First Baptisi
church next Sunday where a cordial
welcome wvill awaIt him.
Now that we have cut the shadE
trees we must have a park. The bair
of Scott's Creek, between the railroad
embankment andl New Brooklyn, couli
be converted into a very pretty p)ark
Proper attention to the crock, terrac
ing,-serpentine walks and shade' treet
would dIo the work. We should als<
have the names of the streets nzostez
and the houses numbered.
Mr. Madison Monroe Harris, who re
cently returned from South America
tells us that one of the great dithcultic
to a peaceful life In that country, I
the descent of the bandit band upon th
hacienda. On an occasion, when lie wa
absent, his place was plundered anid hi
domestics driven away. H1 ad he bee1
at home he would have made a stan
,for his property with doubtful conse
B3. W. West ill open a First-clas
Restaurant on Wednesday at the Nes
York Lunch HIouse. t
Seaboard Air Line Takes tha.Lead hI th
The bicycle has won itA-first victory
in the South and all wheolmen wilt real
with I)IUsure the low move that hat
beent mado by the Seaboard Air Line,
The Seaboard Air Line has issued
orders to agents, baggag'cmastors and
conductors gn its system to handle bi.
cycles as baggage when they are ae.
compnlid by the ownel.rI . r-esenting
rdkular passage tickets or passes.
The order went into effect April 1st
and wats sont out, from Ports6louth, Va.
It is the result of a hard fought battle
by the League of American Wheel
For the past. two years the wheelmen
of tile south have been hard at work
trying to get the railroads to carry bi
cycles as baggage without any extra
charge. Their fight has been a losing
one all tile way through aind all their
efforts could not induce the rontds of
the South to agree to handle the wheels.
At the last meeting of the legislature
of this State Mr. Bowdre -PhinKy, of
Augusta, introduced a bill which was
for the purpose of compelling tile road's
to ha'ndle the wheels as baggage with
out any extra charge. Tile bill failed
to go through and the wheellen found
thuimselves as bad off as they were be
Pleasure in Prospect.
President E. I. Aull and Secretary
C. C. Langston have anuounced the ar
rangements that have been imade for a
pleasant and p:ofitable meeting of the
State Press Association tils year. The
Association is to meet in Newberry on
May 25th next and spend two days In
discussing various topics of interest to
tile profession, and incidentally eljoy
Newberry's proverbial hospitality, af
jer. which a visit will be made to the
Thornwell Orphanage at Clinton,
where lunch will be served by the la
dies of the town, and then to the cele
brated Harris Lithia Springs, whm-e
an elegant banquet vrill be tendered by
the proprietor. Leaving this place on
Friday night, May 28th, the Associa
tion will go Oil an excursion to the
Te'nnessee Centennial 1x4"position at
Nashville, stopping oi roue at Clatta
nooga to visit Lookout miuntain and
otles points of interest. The whole
scheme is certainly highly attractive,
and there will doubtless he a large
turnout of tile lellbers to enjoy the
1.1r1- opport,unity afforded.-Aniderson
Josephine. the four-year old daughter
of Mr. and M ei. James A. Dur.,bar, had
her left tih.gh broken last Friday after
noon. Sit- was riding in a little toy
wagon when it overturned in going
down a decline. )ir. .1. K. Gilder
1)1omllptly attended the little sufferer,
who is now doing well.
A Valtable PreRcription.
E-litor Morrison ..Of Worthington,
IndI., "Sun," writes: "You have a valu
able presciption inl Electric Bitt.ers,
and I can cheerfully recommend it foR
ConstIpation anid Sick Hiadachle, anId
as a general system tonie it has nc
equal." Mrs. Annie S ehie,2625Cottagt
GroveoAve., Cbicago, wasall runl dowyn,
could not eat nor (ilgest foodl, had ii
backache whlech never left her and fefl
tired' and weary, but six bottles of
Eletrlc 1Bitters rtoriied her healt hI andl
renewed her stretngth. Prices 50 cei.th
andi $1 00 Get a Bo'ttle at Robertson &
Gilder's, Drug Store.
Dr. WV. N. Blelcher left Saturday foi
Mr. Samuel McCra!'y of Lauirens is or
a visit to Newberry.
Miss F'annlie Longshore, of T1rinity
is visiting i'eh'.tives at Helena.
Mirs. Clark of JIalapa is 0on a visit t(
her -daughter Mr's. L. WV. Floyd.
M isa Laura Gr'cnekeir h1as returnet
fr'om a visit to irelat,ives at Tyler'sville
Mr. George M. B3ishop, of tihe South.
ern,11 is visiting hlis p)arenlts in Now,
''We" hlave just returneld fr'om (Char,
leston inl time to fill space for the ab
senIt editor today.
Mr. Geo. BI. Ci'oimei' attended the ses
sion of the Grand Lodge K. of H. i
Columbia last week..
Editor Aull is in Nashville, Tenni.
comp1~leting tile final1 arranllgements fo;
tile State Press Association excursion
Mr. William Palmer, of Roanoke
Va., Engineer D)avis' assistant, is ii
Newberry, stopping at thle Crotwel
Mr'. W. P'. Hlouscal wvill leave tomlor'
row foi' tile Lutheran Synod of Nott
Car'oliina, which meets near Concort
Mr'. and1( Mrs. Luther P'owell, wh<
have been oil a visit to Prof. S. L.
Powell, r'eturneiid to their 110me1 ii
VIW wer l1ee to sus ouri youn;i
friend J1. F". JLvin1gston y(eiorday. Hi
paid~ The Uerald and1( News a pop1-cal
wvhile ''01 tile wving."
Messrs. Cole. L. and1( Eugene 6
Blease wer'e over last week looking al
tei' their increasing pra'lctico at the Se
luda Bar.-Saluda Sentinel, 22(1.
s10(1 Ite'wrd', 8100.
Th71e reader' of thuis paper wtll be pilena d i
eharn that, there is att least, one drecaded dI
sense that solencre I as been able to eure' in at
i stages, anid that is Catarrh,. 131al1 5 t
Starrh (Cure is theeonly positive cure k nowni 1
the mediceat fraternitly. Catarrh being a co:
1attittonal diseonso, requires a conlstitultlons
treatmlenit. Ilall's Catarrh, Cure is taken Ii
SernIAlly, acting directly oni th,e blood anu
munlCouis sursceOs of the ii. ste'Y, thereby di
stroying (the founltdation (of thle dist-rso, an
- giving the pati1 ent, strenuglh by bunilding u
the constitu,tionl and( assatinig nature In do01n
its work. The p,roprietors have so muie
fajith in Its curath1 e powersl that,1 they ofli
One ilundred D)ollars for aiiy eaie that
falls to cure. stend for list of testimonials
A ddress, F. J1. Cii EN EY &~ CO., Toledo, 0.
D(B-AnM by Jrnu=iate 7. 'af
Thero will uo -preaching at Head
Springs A. R. Presbytorian church
no'A Saturdity and Sabbath by the pas
tor, Re-. J. B3. Hood. The Sacrament
of the Lord's Supper will be adminis
tored on Sabbath.
iright, 1leautiful Weather.
After four- months of more or less
rain and cloudy weather, we have been
vouchsafed two weeks of beautiful
weather--easter week and last week.
Tie clement weathqr was much en
joyed by the ladies and children who
were to long confined within doors.
Yet the long cntinued ritin rendered
the earth impact and the griding
wheels of vblicles turn d the surface
into illpalplaibe dust, which the high
winds of the past few days mado *very
disagreeable. The pedestrian who
was caught, with his mouth open as
well as h is eyes, not only had his visual
organs dusted, but got a sand bar in
his throat. Timely showers have set
tied the dust, and now walking is very
Repairing Clocks and Watches at J..
H. West's Furniture Store. t tf
Several mad dogs h'ave been killed of
late ald people are more or less anxious
whenl they meet a strange dog in the
road. It is not a iIlealsatt sensation to
-think of being bitten and to suffer the
effects of hydrophobia. It is unusuAly
early in the season for the dogs to be
affected. It Is said there are upwards
of two hundred thonsand dogs in the
State-many of them half-starved. It
Is no wonder then that many of thei
are allicted with the rabbies. One of
onr humorous writ,es says (apart from
ti.e gentlemen who koop their kennels
of fox hounds and fancy breeds) that,
only a paupor can atford to keep more
than one dog.
A gentleman of this Qounty men
tioned the fact n cently that on his
father's estate before the war were on
ly two dogrs, but since the estate has
been divided he has counted more than
fifty dogs Owned by tile freedmen on tile
several plantations. These surplus
(logs wander around destroying liens'
nests and making hight hideons. Two
hundre.d thousand sheep and hogs
would be of mumch more service. A
sensible dog laW would be of service.
A Complete line on hand at
Write us for Patterns.
J, L. MIMNAUGH & CO,
COLUMBIA', S. C.
Full Blooded Essex Pigs-2 months
old-price $6.00 a pair.
t.t,f H-. D. Bommz11, Kadtesh, S. Q
The Oity b~y the Seai.
A trip to Charleston at this season of
t,he year is delightful. The writer
went down two weeks ago. Strawberries
and greeni peas were p)lenltifutl. The
truck farmsa near tile line of railroad as
you cater the city are broadl and beau
tiful. As one nears tihe city it is en
livening to see along the rivers the
works of .the various Phosphate coml
p)anies as the train rushes 1)y them in
rapid succession--Ashlecy, Read 's,
B3erkeley, Royal, Wando, Inperial,
Stono, Chicora, A tlantic, Edisto, Ashe
poo0 and Eutaw. Charleston is lively
and has imp.roved lately. Rich and
nmagni ficent, bui ld ings crowvd the water's
edlge. The asphalt streets along the
battery make fine drives for bicyclists
day and night. T1he breezes and elec
tric light,s on the bay are resp)ectively
bracing and brilliant. On lovely after
utoonis Kingf street 'is crowded with
tihe heautiful andl finely dressed women
anmd children. Easter was a grand (lay
in t,he historic old city of so umany rich
memories. TIhere are~ so many p)oints
of interest that could he enlarged upon,
but space forbids. Workmen are now
busy laying the tracks for tile trolley
cars soon t.o be run. Th'le Citadel ca
dets drIill with remfarkab)le precision
and accuracy. Their dross p)aradol the
ot,her afternoon was one of the pret
tiest sights wve saw in the city.
Theo Ideal Panuacea
Jiames L. Francis, Alderman, Chicai
g,says: 'I regard D)r. King's New
Discovery as an Idenl Panacea for
Coughs, Colds antd Lung Compilaints,
having.used It.1 mnly family for the lnst
five years, to tihe exclion of pihyal
e lanm's p)rcerliptions1 or other p)repara
Re.v. Johnt Burgus, K(eokuk, Iowa,
writes: "'I have been a Minuister of tile
.Methodilst Episcopal Church for 50
yearIs or miore, and1( have unever found
antylhi ng so benmeficiaul, or t haut gave me
suchi apeedy reiet as Dr. Kling's New
f Discovery.' Try tis l(deai Cough
SRemedy now. Trial IHotthe aFree at
Robertron & Gider's Drug Store.
lust received1 a nice line of Ladies'
-and Menm's l'lush Seat lRockers at 31. II.
- West's Furnit,ure Store. t,.tf
Your Prescription Business.
? WE OFFER
You as good and as Careful
service as 28 years Exp)erienlco
can give, and
Prue.re Drugs at Reasonable
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Phnrmacists on the Corner.
Celebrated for Its great leaveting
strength aid healthfulties. Assures
the food agaltist aui and atill forms of
adulteration common to thee cheap
ROYA L HAKINO POWDEMUCO.,NEW YORtK
A 'ontal,itouto Chaig..
Our subscribers along the liar Route
from Prosperity to Caldwell will now
get their papers on Wednesday and
Saturday instead of getting bat.h papers
ou Saturdally. (ongressman blL timer
its acted very promptly lin this matter
and hats our thanks for his attenltionl.
The subjolned letter to hii gives tie
If those persons who desire at post
oflice about Long Lane and the exten
sion from Caldwell to Whitmiro of this
route will comlie to seo ts we will en
deavor to get up a petition and they
can get the signatures its suggested in
We would likonow to' have a good
many more subscribers on this Cald
WASHINUTON, 1). C., A pril 19, 1897.
--Sir: I have the honor to inforna you
that, in aiccordance with the request
of Mr. RC. JI. Aull and the postmasteirs
of the offices supplied by route No. 20,
23i, Caldwell to Prosperity, S. C., filed
in this ollice by you, an order has this
day been issued on said route adopting
the following schedule to talce effect it
Leave Caldwell on WVednesday and
Satturday att 6 p. an.
Arrive att, Prosperit,y by 12 mn.
Leave Prosperity Wednewdaty and
Saturday it 1 p. In.
A Irive at. Cald vell by 7 p. an.
It is deemed inexped Iiant, to ,xtenld
the service to begin Itt Whitire Iand
increatse the frequency to three tillies L
weelc att this timaae, as suaggested by M a.
Atll. Howev-v the )epartment will
consider a petition, signed by the post
masters and patrons intei-csted, forsuch
change in existing servive as may be
demned absolutely nevessairy. Such pe
tition should state fully t hae atdv:ntago
to be derived from atny chantIge that
may hil proposed.
W. S. SILuNIiniGai,
Second Ass't P. M. General.
Hon. A. C. LAI uPt,
House of Representat ives.
ight, thle placve to buy your liard
watre, Cutlery, nails, Fly leans, IPaiants,
Oils, et.c., or any atrtiec in the 11 Altu
WAlte line iat WmIl. John)1son'.s,
t :3t On t.he corneor.
Scraip hook ai D)iary.
We wold urge upon)i ourli yotinig
friends of bot.h sexes to use ani oceaL
slonal goldeni hotir anid at few of the
brilliantat fratgaments of Time ia devot,ion
to the scrap book aand (diary. T1hey
will niever regret it. Many mIoiments
fly atway in dlissiated1 t.houaght, never to
returnl, in wh ich ineidet,st. heaeppean
wort.hy of record. Th'le wvorld is mlak
iing hlistory very' rapLidly, anid there arae
anty L,hi ngs they maiy wish to recall in
the ftuture, should1( t,heir lives be spatred.
And then their own thloughts, their
best, .thoughats, coime to thema often, as
the bjirds comle, ulnblddenl andat un
looked for, yet, ever welcome, to build1(
their neOsts undlaer the caives, anQ1, if not,
aecorded, may nemaver retuarn in the samae
"P elion is pi1led upon O.tsa"' of ineci
dents, happenings and da'a I, daily, atnd
will bIe bur ied1 in obl iv'ion if nlot noted(.
Th'lese e xercises will (develop anI orderly
anad (1isciplinled miaad, lad be of great
'"Taike t,Is lessonl wvith youa, takhe it,
1h01( it faist.,
The mill wvill never gr'ind1 witha the wa
ter' t hat is past."
In a few day13s a fuall supp)hly of t,he
Jesse Senia's hloame madet grail) eadles,
also extra (inagers, d1on't fail to get, one
at, Wm. .Joh1nson's. t 3t,
The health of the coalmunity is good.
We hatve (1elightful weat,ber no0w.
W~e wu'ald liket to hatve a litt1le rainI to
brliag the cropi to Ia st andt in all platces.
Th'le farmiers atre inearly Lbhroughi
planting. Glad to see plenty of cora
p)lated. PleIn"ty of coarn means1) p)ros
We,T satdly chr'oniele thle death of Mars.
Riley, maot,ber' of Mulrs. J1. I). i Aving
stona. She died on Tu'aesday whl lal i v
ing witha heri dtaghatel's famai ly at tIll
AuillI plaice. Shec wvas buried 'oil Wed'
niesay ian St. I 'ail's girav e yarid. Sha<
wvas in hera 80t,h year'. T1he fuaneral er.
Sligh . Sh-le wits a membner of the Meth.
newv bridge across ( ann lona's Creek neaa
Beothlehema churiieb, ltand a gold job i1
is. ( alv'iln is Ia goodl miechantie.
Thlle fiuIt, eropi has naot all been (10
stroyed1 by cohld 1, was oiice i,hought
Wo haIve some early pieachles left
M~r. i'ldit or, comec dlown whlen t,bey gel
ipeC 110 .lo ioi'n,
Whlat to Heautifll?
Does It exist In the at.mosphore we
breatho? Is it found in tho sand which
we tread under foot.? )o we see It?
Can It be touched? Is it. in the sensO
of feelin"? )oes it break in raptlre
uponl the car?
To all of these quorles we can- gfvc
all airmative reply. We love the
bright mild days of spring, and as we
filhale the pure sweet air of a lovely
spring morning, inl the enjoyment of
hetti th and strength, given us by a kind
tId loving Fat,ber, wo iisitletively ex
claitu wh ,t a beaut.iful day. Welcking
along from (lay to day, whlethe t he
on the streets of the city, or aeross
the fields ntid meadows, verdant with
the livery of spring, or yet over hill
and 1dale, among the flowers, brigjt
and flesh, giving forth their fragranev
and beauty, so mild and sweet., we are
reminded thatt they have sprung out of
the sands of mother earth, and this the
beauty of the sands. We ee, we feel, we
hear, we touch, many things So pleasing
to our inmost soul, that inlpels us to ex
claim, how beautiful!
Yet It all edoes not. answer the ques
tion, what is beautiful? There is a
beauty more grand, more ible, which
comlmanils a colception, so high, so
noble, so grand, aye, so beautiful, that
man's weak, contracted mind caimot
truly enicomlpass it, nor fully do justice
to the subject. We love, we admire
the beaut-ies of nature, alike, when at
early mlou we behold the "Diay God"
Hpinging up1 from his1 eastern vouleh,
lightilIg up the world, shedding joy
and gladness in and ab)out our homes,
anld after having (lone his day's work,
we gaze with silent. awe .s he slowly
sinks in majestic splendor bUhinld the
western horizon, leaving his golden
rays painted against a eloudless sky;
then in rapture our adimiration gives
vent to our1, pelit-pli feelings in the
words "how beautiful"!
But behind all the-c things eolies in
the thought., where is the oviginl of all?
All material things must have had a
beginning, and naturally 1 must have an
end. 1.1ven time itself shailI cease, when
at the Divmle coliliand, -
"The Angel shall stand with, one foot
on land an oe on sea -
xelaim ts, in accents loud 11ad vlcur,
Time was, but, t imlie slia I he io Imore."
All tlin,gs being but transitoy, thIis
World a "flectitng show", upon which
inn11 coles up1 like a Ilower, whie.h Is
here to-day and is gone to-morrow, we
must look beyond th is transitory splier
if we would know "what, is beauti fil."
This lovely "IIaster nn ri rniealIs to
our 111mm mids that most g!loious of ill
events, that, assuredt us Ihat, "it, is not.
all of death to die."
When the Angel littetred the 1bessed
%wrds, "Hle is riseln," nanl was con
-vil.ced of the iillmortialit'y of tlie soul,
anild a hlope of oternity.
IIere, then, anild oily here, Van we
find a sollit.lon and learn. "What is
beautiful." WNTO see a pretlty face whicb
calls folh worIs Of adm1-iratiol andl"
praise, yet we see Iot, the real beaut .
the soul alone is beaut.i-iu, for soon it
must leave its tenement of elay for' an
et,ernit.y of hauppiness or n on. 8earchi
then the volumiie of sacred truth, there
you'll find bihe way, the truth, the life,
--there shiines the light so 1bright I, so
beauti ful, fr-omi aL loving Havioubr's blow
bidd ing us "'Coome," "'\Vhlosoceer will,
let hiim come."
F."inlly3, to sumn it upl, tile qunestion
canLI be answeredl ini a few wordls, Whlat
Is beautiful? A dying Haviollu's love,
a isn 151 4ord's miercy~ and11 compihassion.
Hear1 tile ag~onIizin cry' fr'omi the. cross,
'"It is tillishIed." 'I1fav'inog conquered
(death1, anid risen1, iln acOcnt.s of mnercy
antd love, Hie spealks to hiis soring~iI'
servants, "HI e not, afr'aid, it is I ." There
is.no beaut,y tbat enn surpa)uss it., and1(
well might, we exelimi in joyful nie
(cnts, thmis is beautiifutl!
H ARRIS LITHIA WA TEHI!
Carbonated Lithiat W,'ater',
Sold to the Wholesale andll
Retail tradol at lowest Prices b)y
S. B. Jontes,
Agent for Newborr-y.
OF THE UNI
Assets . . .
and all other
Liabilities . .J
Surplus, 4 per een t.
Trho Society hats paidl $25;3,956,35
nlow holds1 $216,773,U47 of Assots
malking at total of $4170,730 ,2918. TI
thain 88 years from its organuizat ion,
other comnpanuy hats paIidl and1( a1(cum
of its history. The Equlitle1 writ<
want-T'ontinoi, Annual Dist ribut ion
Term, any other forms of policies.
Call anId see me before assuring y
The Equitable is absolutely safe,
find it to their interest to examino
W. L. Douglas $3 Shoe.
% tliiduraible, perfect fitting.
Lmdurs,d by over iroo,wo wearers.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
Shoes are the productions of skilled
workmen, from the best material pos
sible at these prices. Also $2.50 and$2
Shoes for Men, $2.50, $2 and $1.75 Boys
We tcon1v th oetCalf, Rusuia Calf, Fveh
ai ricemothe shoes.
i 4imr eaniw.t atwo)pi u, writo
Catalog free. W. L. DOUGU ',jBrockton, Mass.
0. Me JAMIESON.
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r it(lolk wit ) ll aol( It llnxt A imal Met
l "g itI 11ol, A pi-i 28 ii8ttmt. " Reduced
ratmv onnil 01 . ro;vlm 1u1. l11 obt Milld. .
W. I I EYLi It V,11 WII P. I AI.D.,
Nice 'Veddinug Presents.
Com11 a'nd eXm111in1 th1em1.
Jeve!cr and Optician.
LR Do OMITH
AGENT FOR THE
SUITS TO ORDER ON
M. F. KENELEY,
(IRtA 11ATIlC01-' AMIC s V CT Elti NAttY COL
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11i)1(s1 .A sTRAltA t.
A LL IIClAHE8 OIe IHOlSES
and eaiti lie treated5 accordIinlg to) the
lati-st seieti steill odsli 101. Myecli at
teni lon gi ven to thle ItreatmenOtt of dlie
(e1ses7 of ti te ye3 11nd teet11. Charge s
(Unn bie foutnd at A\. TI. n rowni's Sta
biles, N e wberry, $. C.
TED STA TES.
L3Y 1, 38.07.
. . $216,773,947
. . . 173,496,768
. . . $43,277,179'
nce .. $915 102,070
1 to its policy lolders, and tn addition
(of whIiichi~ 83,277,1 79 is Surplus),
I is recordI Ot coeing ia period o'' loss
isover 82 I2,7i93,000( miorce than an
ilaited withIin thec corresp)onding period
s any formi of policy theo assured may
, EndowmenIt , (Guaimrnteo Cashi Valuo,
our lives elsowhiere.
anld personis wishiing insurance wvould
ts plans boforo taking out a policy
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