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Co.retec overy Tuesday and Frida3
h uby umIer Bros.
a t... ................... . .........
TH am s ................... ....... 0( 1 ,
ost Lard ...........8
Hest Molasses.; .................... 4( 0
Good Molasses...,................. 25@0c
(orn .................. ....- ... 550.
Meal ........ . . ...... ........... 5c
y . .. $1.00.
What Bran . ....... ....... .0.
1st Patent Flour ................ $5.75.
2nd Best Flour .................... $5.25.
Strait Flour........................ M$4.9 .
Good Ordinary Flour ...........$3.5(4.50.
Sugar .*. . 6.. 5i
Rice. . . . . .......... A w bt
Coffee ........................... ' 20
Cotton seed pWW'puiV?ack... $1.10
Hulls, peroit......... .......... 25e.
- Country Produce.
r r lb ..................... 1r 20c.
Eggs, per dozen .....-- ......... 10(124c
Ch kons, each.................... I5(&b25c.
Peas, por bushel..,.... .......... 60(4fl5c.
Corn, per bushol . .............. 00.
Oats, per bushel .................. 35 .50c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 50("000.
Turkeys, por lb . ......... 6( 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 75(l00c.
17 pictures this week at the Big Ton
on the LoVelace lot for 25c. t&f. 2t
Persons purchasing goods in Now
berry without examining the New
Goods p,t Flynn's Cash Store do tnt dc
justice to themselves. t&f. 2t
Money to L,en1d
For Building purposes. Apply te
f. tf, G. 0. SAL.
7o'and 10c Embroideries. now
6o at Mimnaugh's.
J. W. Recdor will sell you Soda''in
pounds for 25 cts. f. 3m.
4-3hidPlint01sTrioow being made ovor
Mimniaugh store. .&f. 2t
The crowds that you sce every .day
at Flynn's Cash Store tell the story ol
the wonderful bargains they are offer
ing to the public. t&f. 2t.
A Veterinary Forgo
I have just oplCd to the public foi
Shoeing H-orses ald M Ules, in conmne
tion Vlt l- y)' practice. I persorally
tinspet tno fcvt and shocing to correct
all defects and vices, without extrI
chargo. Sec me.
.Mr. Pool's Old Shop, just helow
.trown's Stables. M. F. KENXLEY,
f.&t.tf Veterinary Surgeon.
The place to buy your Molasses ai
20, 25, 35, 40 and 50 cts. is at .1. W,
Reeder's. f. 3m.
650 Ventilating Corsets no
48c at Mimnmgh's.
Never in the history of Newherrj
has such bargains been olered in firsi
class reliable Dry Goods, Shoes am
Clothing as you CliIIN 11w find at Plynn'.
Cash Store. t&f. 2t.
A Stray Cow.
Medium size, red cow, white s)otsot
belly, long horns turned ip in fron
strayed from our place at Newbert
about 15 days ago. Suit able reowardl foi
D)ANIEL.s & WVILI.AMs.
- May 13, 1897. ]lut.chers.
New line of Drew, Solby & Co.'i
Fino Shoes and Oxfords, Black~
Tan ana Ox Blood(, at Mimnaughm'
Co,uni,encemnent ati Prospeit y.
We are indeobtd to 1Prof. .1. 1. Boed
enhaLughi for an invitation to- t.he conm
mencent at Prosperity TIigh Sch o
June 9th and 10th.
The foil ming Is tile programme:
____Junie 91, 8:30 p. ml. -Cinean Lite
JTune 10th, 9:30 a. m1.-Prhnary ani
June 10th, 8:30 p. m.-Class of '97:
Maggie Harre, Varus, Give Me BacI
Della Howers, Love Thy Neighbor a
Ira Nates, Wh itewash.
Phoebec Schumpert, Class of '9)7.
Maybello Stewart, Repetit.ion --N:
Lure's Law of Developm ent.
Address, R1ev. WV. E. Evans, D). D)
Columbia, S. C.
P'eoplo buy HTood 's Sarsaparilla yeO
after year becauso it does them goom
It will do you good to take It now.
Big lot of Umbrellas and Part
sols half prico at Mimnaugh's.
*Your Prosc'ription Business
~Yyu as good and as Carefi
ser eas 28 years Experienc
can '~vo, and
,a re Drugs at Reasonabl
ROIliRTSON & GILDER,
Pharmacists on the Corner.
Goed Goods and low prices is t,
watch word at Flynn's Cash Store. t&f
J. WV. Reeder's Is the place t'i bi
your hoes. f. 3m.
$2.50 Drew, Solb)y & Co
Ladies' Oxfords at $1.75, no
goods, at Mimnaugh's.
Salter, Photographer, has hand t1
.interior of his gallery piniited andi re
ovuated throughout, and has lu1st
ceived one of time lat,e improved N<
York Studio Outfits. HIo Is now hi
tor prepared than over before for ma
lng photographs in all the latest sty:
of finish. f&t.2t.
-VAIRIOUN AND ALL AiUU**
see an important o'dinance in ax
Miss Sallio Jones of Dyson is visitin
friends in Newberry. .
Jones & Copoland have at all times
lot of spMial bargains.
The markot is receiving its cool sun
Mor suit of yellow paint.
. The good work of putting down bric
pavonoits goes right along.
The walls to the power house ft
w:tier works are going right up.
Wynn's Cash Storo is still offerin
rodul d prices for staple articles.
te%j'V. W. IpAinbaugh, of Prosper
it.y, g p pleasant call on Wednet
S. J. Wooten has something of inter
est to say to the ladies in another col
Mr. C. C. Davis has painted the rail
ing around the monument, complimen
A literary meeting of thO Lutbe
League will be held at the residonc
of Mr. J. L. Ranage Friday evehing
The incetinga are still in progress a
the Methodist church. Preaching I1
the morning at 10 o'clock and at nigh
Preaching In the Episcopal churol
next Sunday at the usual hiour It 114
morning and at 5.30 p). in., by the Rev
W. S. Holmes.
Who will start the movement toclos
the stores at 6 o'clock and give th
clorks a little time to spend at hon
and In reyreation? It is time to begin
1. arvey 0. Reeso, the barber, has pu
in hialtshop i new and beautiful dress
ingise of walnut with French plat
11ii'rors and has now one of the neatCa
shaving parlors in the State.
Hon. Georgo Johnstone, J. Y. Cul
breath, Esq., Maj J. F. J. Caldwell an
Col. W. 11. Hunt left yesterday fo
Augusta on business connected witl
the suit against the townships in th
Railroad lond Cases.
It was Mayor Calvert of Spartanbur
who was elected permanent presidei
of the convention of mayors and nc
Mayor Morgan as we stated Tuesday
That does not alter what we said o
Mr. Morgan and Georgetown.
Good rains have fallen in difftrer
portions of the county during the wel
We had a geiierous shower or tw
Wednesday night and yesterday nori
ing, nmuch to the delight of things an
mate and inanimate. Cotton is now b<
ginning to 'shine."
. Mr. Carwile was one of Newberry
venerable and most venerated citizeni
Ie had been associated with the lat
Mr. It. L. McCaughrin for a number (
years in a large mercantile busincsc
tand when the National Bank was et
I tablished they became oflicers. M
McCaughrin as president and Mr. Ca'
wile cashier. .rhe former remained v
his post untiml &:th recently severc
the voinection, anild the latter until il
1 health caused his resignation severe
years ago. He was a prominent au
faithful member of the Newvberry B3ai
Iist church, and a Christian gentlomna
of i.efinemen t and intellectual tast<
and retiring habits. A few years sin(
lie wrote an interesting little voluni
on titled "Romini,scnces of Newherry
Mr. Carwile was long a member of tl
choir in his chiurch, and his full, ric
voice, lifted up in praise to his Make
'will long be remembered. Truly,
good man br.s gone to his r'ewar<
.From boy hood '. Carwile had het
.. noted for sound1( integrity of characte
1 TIis fatheir, Mr. .lohn S. Carwile, was
man of sterling worh. He is said
hav'e been the first to use and urge tI
use of bhwo stone in the cultivation
whoat.- Ne wberry Correspondence A
,gust a Chronicle.
s For Infants and Ohidren.
WOR? TII KNCWIN6
Tr'1hat a bottle of Our Ow
- Electric Liniment will remo
all pains, aches and stiffne
fromi the joints.
That a bottle of Salut
Croup Oil will cure the mo
obstinato case of egroup, er
~also prevenht a threatened a
iFThat one bottle of Rober
oson's Compound Oough Syri
wvill give immediate relief
Coughs, Asthma, Bron chit
and all other diseases of ti
lun)gs and thuroat.
Tlije above medicines a
COmilpunded of' the purc
dirugs and with the greCat(
careO at Robertson & Gilde
2t Pharmacy. t.&f. 1ly
SA CALL TO TH THIRSTY
, -Our fine Soda Fountain is d
wV pesn fine Sodat Water th(
hot days. Call on us and1( cool<
Ob C CREAMS,
e- MILK SHIAKI
and oeythiing sold at
.OUR .PROSPERITY BUDGET,
g ALL TAE NEW1 OF A LIVE AND PRO
[SPectal Corresponueuco Herald and News I
We've boon blossed with good raini
the past day or two.
Mrs. Dr. Sense of Little Mountain,
with two childron, has been visiting
in town this week.
r Rev, Mr. Orr closed his meeting
here Monday iight. The services re
sulted in nuch good being done. Men
who )ad. not spoken for years "minadc
up," and many join3d the church. It
was a gracious meeting. 10 persons
joined the church and many were con
verted. Eternity alone will reveal the
good done. We can see In our feeble
way much good, but the influence from
the meeting will go on and on blessing
many for years to come. Rev. Orr is a
forceful preacher and had full audi
ences at ekch servIce. On Sunday
3 night the big A. R. P1. church could
not hold all the people. The total
number to join the different churches
- during the two services (Revs. Leitch
and Orr) was 34. The number of con
- versions was greater than this.
Last week acting agent of the South
ern railroad missed a sum of money
3 from his cash drawer which was locked.
Agent Brown had last money lest sum
mer and could not account for it. Cal
3 Brown, a handy follow who had been
keeping around the depot loading for
fertilizers, &c., was suspected. le
was followed to Newberry and 0. L.
t Schumpert had him arrested and found
$11.00 on his person. He was placed
in jail. We learn he and his friends
have made good the loss and the case
We are glad to learn that Agent
Brown who loft here some weeks ago
1 for Hot Springs on crutches is improv
ing and hopes to be thoroughly cured
of the "rumatiz" by June.
The mail route to St. Luke's that had
boon every other day has been changed
to adaily which is a great convenience
t for those desiring their mall fiesh.
t Mr. Geo. Lester has the contract
Leaves St. Luke's 1.20 p. im., retuniingl
at 4.30 p. in.
There was not a singlo death in out
t town during the mouth of April, witlh
a population of about 800.
> Uncle Billie Worts -of Mountvillc
was in town this week. .
Mr. Simpson Long and family of Po
maria section has been visiting rela
tives in town. Glad to see you. Con
The Luther League of Grace churcil
will hold a business meeting Fridn
if night. Let there be a full attendanee
Miss Toy Lat,han of Little Mountahm
. has been visiting relatives in town an"
attending rLev. Orr's meetings.
Dr. McFall who has been quite sici
we are glad to chronicle is improving
d Confirmation services will be held it
.. Grace church Sunday mornifg at 10.30
L and at night in Wighltman Chapel.
d Dysentery has been cutting ia widt
A. through, but all are improving
Spring greens and strawberries are thi
CYour scribe has been shut in part o
a this week, consequently news is scarc:
,, with him. He hopes to be out agahm
in a (lay or so.
S Col. H. C. Moseley, we are glad Li
see has been able to take up his dai;
vaittotown again after being tacklei
by grippe and thrown out of his bugg;
a time or two.
L. Base ball will soon be on the board
a for the season as we close now at
o o'clock, and the boys must have sonit
Sthing to do. All seem to enjoy "'pla,
Our young friend Frankc Hunter Id
last Friday night for Nashville to taki
a thorough course in stenograp)hy a
.the same school where he graduated
short time ago from the business de
Our cotton market is on the up grade
It comes too late to do much good.
.Our merchants have had a gee
sp,ring trade. KAY.
A Man, Who is Tired
All the time, owing to impIoverishe
/ blod,should take Hlood's Sarsapi
,rilla to p)urify and enrich his bloc
and give him vitality and vigor.
1 Thlis condition of weakness and lack
'o energy is a natural consequence
the coming of warmer weather, whic
38 fnds the system debilitated and tbi
IaA good sprin11g medicine is a necessil
R ihalmost nyeryone. Hood's Sai
saparilla is what the millions take I
thesprng.Itsgreat power t.o pur
fy nech the blood and build~ u
Shealth is one of the facts of commec
P. (Columbia I icycles for sale. Tir,
on Ladies' Whcols inflated and exam
ined free of chiarge. Rep)airing of
Skinds. 1. A. ScInUMlaT,
e, f. tf. 'Agcnt.
I$1.50 for (6 cabinet photos this we:
at the Big Tent, t&f. 2t.
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
ROYAL BAKINC POWDER VO.,NEW YORK
Death of Mrs. Amanda Davis.
To Editor The Herald and Nows:-It
is with sincere regret that we pen tho
sad news of the death of Mrs. Amanda
Davis, neo West, which occurred at the
home of her son, in Newberry, on the
8th May, 1897. She was born February
18th, 1840. Aged 51 years, 2 months
and 20 (lays.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. Mr. Wright, after which the
remains were carried to Helena and
reverently laid beside the long deceased
husband. She was a noble-hearted
Christian lady and I thiyk a member of
the Baptist church. low sad it is to
have the noble old land marks depart
from amongst us. H-ow often had her
kind hands administered to the sick
and how sadly will she be missed.
She was married November 28th,
1865, to Joseph Davis. le was fatally
injured by a train running over him
April 16th, 1874, and in a few hours
breathed his last in the Charlotte do
pot in Columbia. Mrs. Davis wias loft
alone with an infant son hardly two
years of age, and in a few months a
baby girl came to claim a share of her
love and labor. Now the trials and
troubles of this lone widow began in
earnest. Two little ones to care for
no strong earthly arn to lean upon.
Who can comprehend the storm of
sorrow that this brave and noble wo
man bore with such fortitude? flow
earnestly how diligently she worked
for those little ones and with the love
that only a mother knows, tended them
In sorrow an(d glariness. How patiently
and anxiously she direCte< their foot
steps, praying that she might have
Divine aid in training them ariglt. A n1d
What a glorious victory was her's: We
all know the son, Marion Davis, over
seer of weaving in the Newhwrry Cot
ton Mills. Where is a more intellect
ual, More upright, or noble Vharactery
He miarried Mliss Lilla McGowan,
whose intelligent. countenante be
speaks a lovely disposition. God has
given thei two preci'Is jewels, Clar
once qnd baby Pearl; and Mrs. Davis
was never happier than hvni minister
ing to the wvants of these little ones3
Mrs. Davis' daughter, Jiosie, who never
sawv her father, grow to heautiful and
virtuous womanhood and married .
W. Hahn, of Augusta, Ga. IIer home
is now in Clinton, S. C., and shle is the
mother of one swveet little baby girl.
Mrs. Davis had been sick only a few
days, and no one thought the end so
near until Friday. A telegram was
u"mnt to Josie, wvho arrived a few hours
Sbefore the death of this dearly loved
3 mother. I can imagine the hungry
.. heart-cry of the orphan brother and
sister for "mother', oh! mother."
God pity, God comfort these bereaved
a children and sorrowving relatives and
frIends. Let us all look forward and
t strive for a happy reunion in the b)eau
a tiful beyond where there is no death,
- no pain, no tears, no p)arting of loved
Dear mother, you have gone to heaven
With angels there to d well,
1 But, oh! how hard it was to plart
With one wec loved so well.
Fare well, dear mother, you arc free
From earthly trial and p)ain;
ci Our hearts so sadly miss you now,
But we shall meet again.
SWhy take Johnson's
Chill & Fever Tonic?
Because it cures the
'- most stubborn case
n of Fever ini ONE DAYV.
Trailer la WVaiting.
Ex-Liquor Commissioner Traxlei
has been seen in Greenville by a ropre
sentative of The News, who writes
thus: "D). ii. Traxler, wvho( was state11.
qrimf commissioner unoder' T.ill iman's adl
ministration, *--'s seen by a reporte]
yesterday in reference to the inshima
t,ions made 1b3 Editor Gantt. Mr. Trax
1er declined to be Interviewed, saying~
he preferred to avoidl a controversyi
poessib)le and that as no specific chargec
wocro made against him and that hi
was not attacked directly and prsonI
ally, he did not, feel called upjon to gi
into p)rint. Ho said lhe wold watch
the developement.s a.1 might havy
something to say later. lie asked thai
nothing 1)e said for t.he present."'
n- Wheni Nat uro
1Needs assistance it may b)e best to ren
dcer it promptly, hut oneC should remenm
bdr to use cycnl the most perfect, rein
O3es needed. The becst andl most, sinmph
and gentle remed y is the Syrup of Fy r
ik manufactured by the California -I' ij
Memoralot Day-May lotte, 1897.
Veterans of the South, we meet to-day.
To decorate, our soldiers' tombs,
Our mighty debt of love to pay
With llowers of varied bloms.
Roll, muflied drums, sad and slow,
A requiem for their souls:
Over the cities ebb and flow,
Roll, muflied drums, roll, roll!
Beneatli a moi-o than kingly pall
Sithl-ern valor calmly ,1001)8,
Hut, like a hugle's clarion call,
Outr hearts remembriwae keeps!
Bells toll, toll the (1hant'royal,
"Near the flashing of tho guns"
Died bravo mon most loyal.
H1onor, oh South, thy son11
All hail to the soldiers who wore
The grey o'or their wasted form;
Our flag they gallantly boro,
'Mid the hiss of the battle's storm!
Roll, mufnled drums, sad and'slow,
A requiem for their souls;
Over the cities ebb and flow,
Roll, muifled drums, roll!
Brothers in arms, with honor go forth,
Lot not dalliance make thee weak;
'Till the judgment day keep the troth,
With no blush upon thy cheek.
Bells toll, toll the chant royal,
"Noar the flashing of the guns"
Died men in grey, most loyal.
IIonor, oh South, thy sons.
Newberry, S. C. M. A. E.
A Cure for Muscular Itheumntisau.
MIrs. R. L. Lamson, of Fairm1ount,
1llinois, says: "My sister used Chai
borlain's Pain Balm for muscular rhou
matism and it, effected it completo euro.
I keop it in the house at all times and
have always found it bonoilcial for
aches and pains. It is the quickest
cure for rhoumattism, muscular pains
anld lameness I hruve over seon." For
sale by W. E.L PoMnam, Druggist.
HARRIS I/THA WATEHI
Carbonated Lithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Pricmi by
S. B. Jones,
Agent for Newborry.
WHO ARE THEY?
Tio abovo intorrogation referi
directly to a firm in the progres
sivo city of Newberry. Not the
largest firm, nor tile least, but
one that will give you as close
figures on grocerios, fruit, etc., as
the laregst firm in Nowberry. Try
u8-will prove it to you.
CoUNTs & Dici-lT,
Lower Main St., near Depot.
SELLING - - -
Large gobilels at 200 per set.
L~argei lamps fromn 20e to 40c each,
worthi 25(c to 0 each.
Men's colored shirts 14lo to 45c eaoh.
Clothes penis two dozAhn for 5c.
D)ress shirts 30c and 400, worth 40O
and 50c each.
Lauies h'ose 4to, 8e and fOe pe'r paIr.
Meni's hose 4to, 8c and 10e per p)air.
Tabiets Ie, 4o, 5c each.
Note paper and( einvelopeA 5e per box,
Fish hooks and lines cheap.
All 40e tobacco at. 33o per pound.
H-and(le baskets 4ce eac h.
Ladies' coi rse shoes from 65e to $1.0(
Ladies' flne shoes at 75e and up.
Mon's brogans from 85e to $1.45 pom
Iileachng 4ic, Go, 7)c and 8Ac per yd
Mustard sardinies 7e per canm.
3 s:nail boxes sordines for l0c.
3 bbxes no b0lOy washing powder lO0c
2 pounds of soda~ for 5e.
30 feet clothles line for 5e.
Chewing gum, all kinds 3e per pack
TheIi above redaction in price!
wvill last until May 15th. Do nioi
delay but come at once and go
tile benefit of these low prices.
Special Values In I
Purio inenOf Tabkl Dama:sk
MNarseiles0 (1 Q il ts wVorthl $:3
10-4 Shooting 124, 15, 20,
Linen Towels, large size, 2!
Linen D)amnask Towels wVol
3i0 In. 1Lons<~iale C.ambhrie 8
Br'own Linen 126 andl 20c,
Black Satteen 10c quiality
Black Bati;ste only l00.
B lank D otted Swiss 25e.
Lace Edging 1, 2, 3, 41, 5c.
Silk Mitts 15c l>air'.
Silk GIloves 400c.
Witli a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many pity5
lcal ills, which vanish before proper cf
rightly directed. There is comfort Ini
the knowledge, that so many form of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, buAt simply to a constip ated condi
ton of the system, which tte pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figa, prompt
ly removes. That is why It Is the only
remedy with millions of familics, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effe(ts are duo to the. fact, that It Is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
orrans on which it acts. It in therefore
al im rtant, i n order to go t its bene
ficial effects, to note when you pur
ohase, that you have the genuine ari
ole, which Is mauufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If In the enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most ticillful
phlysicians5, but if in neced of a laxative,
one should have the best, and wvith the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Igs titandm highest and Is most largely
used andgives mostgeneral satisfaction.
TO SEE OUR
Ever brought to New
Now is tlhe Tiffe
-Nice 'Wedding Presents.
Come and examine them.
Jeweler and Optician.
lousehold Goods this
72 inches wide only 50 cents,
50 at $2.40,.
eC n t 35e pair
thi 75c at~ 50c pair.
A and I2bc.
ways on Hand.
Nw Goods I
Is filled again
with the most desira
ble and newest goods
afforded by the North.
ern markets. Our
buyers are just return
ing from New York,
Philadelphia and Bal
timore with the
choicest selection they
could possibly make.
In Wash Fabrics
there is sim ply no end
to the vriety
we have ever'ything
that the most faistidi..
Styles~ r'ange from
the thiitiest checks
to the large, hand
someC patternisso mnuch
in vogue now.
We carry the cele
GENT8' FINE GOODS.
We have selected1 a
b)eautiful line of col
or's and( shapes.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
We are very confident
that we have the best
in style and finish to
00QH1 AND RE IIS.