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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat... .................. .. ......... i(0c.
Rhoulders ........................... 54(6 0I .
Dest Lard ...................7(08c.
Test Molasses...................... 40(050c.
(ood Molasses................ 2035c.
Corn ............................ 551.
'eal ......... . . ................... 55c.
Hay..... .... . ................. $1.00.
\ Wheat Bran....................... $1.00.
1st Patent Flour.................. $5.75.
2nd Best Flour.............,... $5.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.90.
Good Ordinary Flour............50( 4.50.
Sugar .............. .....
Coffee.................... . .. 12 1@200.
Cotton seedv.talper sack... $1.10
Hulls -9Wr cwt,..... .......... 25c.
4 Country Produce.
ter, per .................... 15(20c.
Eggs, per dozen ..... . ........ 10(12c.
Chickens, each................... J i425c.
Peas, per bushel....... ......... * c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 0c.
Oats, per bushel.............. 3tQ50c.
Sweet potatoes ............ . yOc.
Turkeys, per Ib .............. 4 b8.
Fodder, per owt .................. 7lO10o.
One cuff and two buttons, near arte
sian well. Owner can got at thiq office
by proving property and paying for
this notice. t. it.
Wanted to Buy,
At the Newberry Hotel about one
dozen turkeys. Highest market price
paid. f. it
12 pieces No. 60 Silk and Satin Rib
bon in all the evening shades at 20c at
Jones & Copeland. t.&f.tf
Photographs per doz., rfgar, $1.99
Cards " , - - _ $1.49
this weekover Mov nnaugh's. t&f 2t
- You can save at least from 15c to 25e
oq every dollar's worth of goods you
buy at Flynn's Cash Store. f&t., 2t
Money to Mnd
For Building purposes. Apply to
1. tf. G. G. SALE.
Ladies' 8-Button Chamoiq Kid Gloves
--also White Dressed Gloves, with
white and black embroidered backs, for
90C at Jones and Copeland. t.&f.tf
The place to buy your Molasses at
20, 25, 35, 40 and 50 ets. is at J. W.
Reeder's. f. 3m.
17 pictures for 25c this week at the
big tent in Newberry. N. Y. Photo
graphers. t&f 2t
A Stray Cow.
Medium size, red cow, white spots on,
- belly, long horns turned up in front
strayed from our place at Newberry
about 15 days ago. Suitable reward for
DANIELS & WIrLIAMs.
May 13, 1897. Butchers.
The stock of ladies' worsted dress
goods, - French organdies, dimities,
lawns, English tow and Cuneckencluder
siultin gs draw a smile of admiration
from the ladies, the goods are so p)retty
and the prices so low at Flynn's Cash
66-inch white French Organdie at
35 and 50c a yard.
34-inch wvhite Fi'ench Organdlo at
10c and 121c.
Pink, light Blue and White Tfaritan
34-inch 6French .Organdie in Pink,
light Blue, Cream, Nile and Canary at
16ic, with Cambric and Percaline lini
ing to match, suitable for the Ball, at
JTones & Copeland. t.&f.tf
)A Veterinary Forge
"~~I hav9"'ust opened to the pub)lic for
$hbollgJIorses and Mules, in connec
tion with my practice. T personally
inspect tne feet and shoeing to correct
all efecots and vices, without extra
charge. See me.
Mr. Pool's Old Shop, just below
Brown's Stables. M. F. KENELEY,
f.&t.tf Veterinary Surgeon.
Young men, wve have the correct
thing in Dress Shirts,.scarfs and B3ows.
t.&f.tf Jones and Copoland.
Your Prescription 13usiness.
You as good and as Careful
service as 28 years Experience
can give, and
Pure Drugs at Reasonable
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
P,harmacists on the Corner.
WOR TH KNIC WING!
iat a bottle of Our Own
d'iectric Liniment will remove
all pains, aches and stiffness
from the joints.
That a bottle of Saluda
OJroup Oil will cure the most
Obst.inate case of croup, and
also prevent a threatened at
That one bottle of Robert
son's O ompound Oough Syrup
will give immediate relief to
Coughs, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all other diseases of thle
Jungps and throat.
Thie above medicines are
coitnpounded of the purest
dr1ugs and with the greatest
care at Robertson & Giler's
Pharmacy. t &f ly
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET,
ALL THE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
(Speclal Correpon1ence Herald aud News.1
Prosperity, S. C., May 20 --Miss
Belle Boozer has returned from her
visit to friends in Greenwood.
Again the marriage bells. have rung
out the glad announcement of two more
hearts that beat ds one. At the Lutheran
parsonage on Wednesday Rev. Dr.
Hallman married Miss Harriet A.
Harmon and Mr. J. J. Aiick. Miss
Harmon was the daughter of our towns
man, Mi Godfrey Harmon, and Mr.
Amick lives in the upper portion of
the county Our best wishes attend
We are pleased to note that our city
fathers are doing soue very n1co- street
improvoments, and if they will just
continue until all that is necessary is
done, our town will put on new airs.
Capt. Jno. Fellers and M,. A. H. Haw
kins, we believe, constitut-. the commit
tee on streets, and they are pushing it.
Let the improvements go on.
The hour for services in Grace
church have been changed, to take ef
fect the fifth Sunday. Morning service
at 10 a. m.; evening service at8 o'clock.
These are the hours for service to be
gin. No change in other churches.
A test was made of the water supply
in our well last week, t.oJ from the
amount of the supply as given the well
will afford about 16,000 gallons per
day. They are now going down, and
Mr. Kendall, the traveling auditor, in
forms me that he thinks 50 feet more
will give us all the water we will want.
The balance of the lumber is coming
in, and just as soon as the water ques
tion is off hands, building will begin.
Rev. J. W. Blanton went. the long
and lonesome road to Lexington last
week, where he assisted in a protracted
meeting. We guesm he knows Piney
Woods' roads by this time.
There has been some talk here of an
oil mill. We hope it will materialize.
We can't get too many factories. We
trust the gentlemen who have been
talking this matter will push it ahead.
Miss Jo Langford, who has been
teaching at Swansea, is at home spend
ing her vacation. Her brother, Dr.
Jno. Langford, came home with her.
He has been sick and came up to re
From present indications J. Perry
Cook's excursion to Columbia on Sat
urday will be very well patronized, al
though you can't count them until
they get aboard.
There will be an ice cream festival
this (Thursday) afternoon in the inter
est of the base ball association.
The accessions to the churches in
town last. Sunday amounted to 32, as
follows: A. R. P., 9; Lutheran, 11;
Mrs= :9. M. Matthews' improvement
is very slight, although hopes are en
tertained of ir recovery. Her mother,
Mrs. Werts, is still with her. ,
Agent Browne is improving nicely,
and we fear lie will put his threat into
execution when lie returns to thrash
your correspondent for p)okinig fun at
him before he left. Never mind, Frank,
you get well anid we can settle the
rj he Prosperity High School A ssocia
tioni will hold its annual meeting in the
school building on Thursday, June
10th, at 4 o'clock p. mn., to elect three
trustees and transact such other busi
noss as may come up.
Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick has started
regular weekly services on Wednesday
nights, and will lecture on the shorter
catechism at each service, which will be
a prayer service.
Rev. Dr'. Hallman has been lecturing
on the miracles for some time, and ow
ing to the revival services they were
interruptcd thie past few weeks. He
will resume them again next wveek.
There is a generous rivalry on the
part of the dealers in organs. There
are four of them now competing for the
sale of one to the A. R. P. congreoga:
Mr. A. L. Aull, of Pomaria, was in
town on Thursday.
We were pleased to see the smiling
fa'e of our genial young friend, Sam
Wheeler, of the Piniey Woods section,
in town this week.
Mr. A. G. Wise was called to Pacolet
Mr. E. B. Hayden returned Wednes
day from a trip to Clinton.
Mr. M. S. Bailey, of Clinton, was in
towvn last Saturday in consultation
with some of our cotton mill folks.
A Cure fear Muscular Rlheumatismn.
Mr's. R. L. Lamnson, of Fairmounit,
Illinois, says: "My sister uhedl Chamn
berlaina's Pain Balm for muscular rheu
mnatismn and it clfected a coluplete cure.
I keel) it in the house at all times and
have always found it heneficial for
aches and pains. It is tho quickest
cure for rheum iatismi, mushicular pains
andi lameness I havc ever seen." For
sale by W. FM. l'elhain, Druggist.
10,000 lbs. D)ry-HIides. Highest cash
price paid for the'tn.
(at. 2m. t U MM ER IlRoS.
A CALL TO THE TIHIRSTY.
Our fine Soda Fountain is dia
pensing fino Soda Water these
hot days. Call on us and cool off.
and everything sold at
VAMtIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
MreMaI4io Pukes of.Alabam is vis.
iting the family of Mrs. E. P. Dradfey.
Mrs. It. May and Mater Julian -f
Charleston are visiting Mrs. R. Brown.
Mr. C. H. Webb, representing Barn.
hart Bros. & SpindlGr, ,ypo founders'of
Chicago was in the city yosterday.
Gen. Robert R. IfemphUl of.the Abbe
ville Medium was in the city last night
and gave us a pleasant call this morn
Rev. J. L. Williamso, pastor of the
1 esbytorian church, is in Charlotte
a nding thtV Southern General As.
./ . J. D. Eidson of Johnston, And
Miss Oia Schumpert of Utopi., are
visiting at the residence of Mr. .1. Y.
We are in receilpt of an invitation to
the closing exercises of the Gainesville
(Tex.) High school, taught by Prof. J.
Prof. W K. Sligh left on Wednesday
to attend a meeting of the board of
trustees of the Colored College at Or
We are glad the merchants have do
cided-to close at six o'clock. It will
give the clerks a little time for recre
ation and no one will lose anything by
Mr. Jno. A. 'Chapman, Newberry's
historian, returned on Wednesday from
a pleasant walk to Saluda, and he
writes in this issue pleasantly of his
Mr. Silas Johnstono and family have
mov d to the Boyce house on East
MAn street and his recent residence
,ill1 be moved back in order to widen
Messrs. Johnstone & Welch will ap
pear before the Supreme Court on Sat
urday and apply for bail for the defend
ant in the case of the State against
Horton charged with murder.
Don't forget the cheap excursion to
Columbia tomorrow over Columbia,
Newberry and Laurens. Train to leave
Newberry at 7.30 a. in. Fare for round
trip only 75 cents; children 50 cents.
Mr. Kirkor Hagop Basmajian, a re
turned Armenian Missionary was in
Newberry this week but did not lec
ture. le will spend Sunday in Laurens
and may come to Newberry some time
in the future.
Will meet at 7 o'clock Council Chain
bers Monday afternoon.
GE.o. S. Mow)int,
For Infants and Children.
To Close at Six O'clock.
- We the undersigned merchants agree
to close our stores at 6 o'clock p. mn.,
from May 24th until September 1st,
1897, (Saturdays exce pted.)
Davenport & htenwick, Newberry
Clo0thinug Co., S. J. Wooten, C. & G. S.
Mower Co., Jones & Copeland, 0. M.
Jamieson, Evans & Wilson, F. A.
Schumpert, Ag't, (1. J. Purcell & Co.,
iLeaveli & Speers, M. L. Spearmian &
Co., 0. McR. Hlolmies, Z F. Wright's
Book Store, Summer Bros. 6.30, Wmn.
Johbnson 6 80, Fly nn's (Cashm Store,
Edw. R. Nipp, Eduamrd Scholtz, Racket
Ilow to Treat a WVife.
(From Pacific Health Jou rnal.)
Fir.st, get a wife; secondl, be pat,ient.
You may have great trials aind p)erplex
ities in your business, but do not there
fore, carry to your home a cloudy or
contracted br wv. Your~ wife may have
trials, wh ich, though of less magnitude,
may be hard for her to bear. A kind
word, a tender look, will do wonders in
chasing from her brow all clouds of
gloom. -T'o this we would add always
keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house. It is the best
and is sure to be needed sooner or later.
Your wife wvill then know that you
really care f .r her and wvish to p)rotect
her health. For sale by W. FM. Pelham,
GIT UP lAND GIT !
Commencing Miay 19
we will offer certain
lines of our
IMM EN SE STOCK
AT GREATIY REDUCED PRICES FOR
The line of goods will
be changed each day.
Be sure and call as you
may find the article
HIonm Mtal Fire Protectiod Agsoclat ion of
Will holds Its annual meeting ir
Newberry on Thursday of next week,
It has so far proven a very successful
veniturc and has furnished safe and
cheap protection against fire. The faw
losses so far have been prompt,ly p)aid
ad there is sufficient fund o,n hand
nowv to pay promptly any loss likely to
There is no reason why we should not
mnake this one of the institutions ol
Newberry and keel) at home large
amounts of money which go elsewhere
and enrich other communities. Mr. TP
F. Hlarmnon the general agent says lie is
meeting with gratifying success.
Celebrated for its great leav-Laing
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
ROYAL BAKING POWDER O.,NEW YORK
TIO Junior Class.
The Observer printed Wednesday the
names and subjects of the Junior class
of Newberry College who will contend
at Commencement for the prize iedal
in oratory. The name and subject of
C. T. Summer was omitted from the list.
We give in today's issue a conipleto
list. This is a contest. 'i which there
Is always more or less interest. Possi
bly all of thom would not entor for the
prize if it were a voluntary mattor, but
under the regulations of the College it
is made compulsory on all the mombers
of the class to enter the contest. Here
is the complete list:
L. B. Aull-Patriotism.
H. K. Boyd-Day Dreams and Their
0. B. Cannon-Foot Prints of Time.
C. H. Drafts-Robt. E. Lec.
J. M. Epting-The Inaccessible.
M. C. Fallaw-Inducoments to Pur
J. H. Frick-The Dawn of the 20th
J. L. Goggans-Live for a Purpose.
H. M. Henry-Theory and l'ractice.
J. J. Kibler-Carolina.
D. A. Kleckley-Power of Intelli
J. A. Rauch-The Unknown.
H. T. Renwick-What is Worth
W. B. Shealy-Prohibition.
C. '. Sumner-Fragmnents of Tinie.
E. U. Witt-The Emancipation of
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from 5
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DAY.
Those goods are very pretty and
much cheaper than we saw in the other
stores you hear of every day at Plynn's
Cash Store. fst. 2 t..
Come Uight Along.
How we do long to be with ou' breth
ren of the State precsu, in their "fcast
of reason and flow of soul'' at, Newberry
next Wednesday, followed by their
trip) to the Nashville Exposition, But
alasi so many delinquents close their
purses against us that our~ once bright
hope has vanished into an empty delus
ive dream .-Chester Reporter..
This is no excuse for your absence
fromi the meet.ing at Newberry. You
have a free pass to Columbia and Mr.
Childs will give you one from Columbia
to Newberry, and we shall see to it
that it shall not cost you any thing while
in Newberry. So come right along and
defy your delinquents. Let them know
you can have a little enjoyment despite
their closed purses and they will then
the more readily open them to yeou.
Mr. D. P. Davis, ia prominent livery
anan and merchant of Goshen, Va., has
this to say on the subject of rheuma
tism: "I take pleasure in recommend
ing Chamberlaf n's Pain Halm for rheu
mnatism, as I know from personal expe
rience that it will do al' t.hat. is claimued
for it. A year ago this spring my
brother was laid uip ~in bed wit.h inflain
atory rheumatismi and suIIferedl intense
ly. The first appIlication of CJhamber
lain's Pain Balm eased time pmain and
the use of one bottle completely cured
him. F'or sale by WV. E. Pelham, Drug
J. W. Reeder wvill sell you Soda ten
pounds for 25 cts'. f. 3m.
Th'le next Union meeting .mf thme sixth
section of the Reedly River Uptist As
sociation is to be held with thle Saluda
Church, at Chappells, S. C., beginning
on Friday, May 28th, 1897, at 11 o'glock
Sermons to ba preached:
On Friday, by Rev. Jf. 1). Mahon.
On Saturday, by J1. N. Johnson.
On Sunday, by M. WV. Rankin.
Subjects for' discussion:
I. Repentance, by JT. A. Culbertson
and J. N. .Johnson.
2. Christ, the Chr'istiamn's; Model, by
G. B. Dominick and M. W. Rankcin.
3. State Missions, by J. T1. D)avis and
J. D. Mahmon.
3. The Chief l'urplose of the Lord's
Supper, by S. IH. Goggans and J1. WV.
L For every quarter' in a man's pocket
there ares a Jozen uses; and to use each
one in such a way as to der'ive the
greatest beneflt is a question every one
must solve for himself. We believe,
however, that no botter' use could lhe
made of one of these quarters thman to
exchange it for a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and D)iarrhoea
Remedy, a medicine that over'y family
should be provided with. Foi' sale by
W. E. Pel ham, D)ruggist.
.T. W. Reeder's in thme place to buy
vour hne f '3m.
By that we mean you Cah take ycir
whole family tu the mammot.h estAb
lishmuent of Davenport & Renwik and
tho -N<AVierry Clothing Company all in
one buliting and be fitted out in every
thing and anything necessary for the
proper apparrel of yourself, your wife,
your son or your daighter. On the one
side of this establishmentimay be found
satins and silks, ribbons and bonnets, as
well as cheaper goods iW the latest
style and pattern and with such blend
Ing of color as to please the ladies.
Right across on the other side is any
thing that a gentleman or boy may or
can wish to have. Clothing, hats, hoeL
and furnishings and all at prices to live
and let live and wear good clothes too.
And in both sides you meet the most
courteous and polite of clerks.
Johnson's Chill and Pe
ver Tonic is a ONE-DAY
Cure. It cures the most
stubborn case of Fever in
In obedience to the ordinance of town
council the old wooden sheds that have
marred the appearance of Main Street
are down and coining down.
This clearing down hlps very much
not onI3 the appearance of the town
but those who had these things in front
of their stores will find that taking
them down will help the appearance of
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics when IOVE STASTELESSCIl[L
TONIC is as pleasant, as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case where it. fails
to cure. Price 50 cents. f.ly
Coliumbia Bicycles for, sale. ThreH
onl Ladies' Wheels Inflated and exam
inled free of Charge. Rtepairing of all
kinds. F. A. bemi-umrPT,
Tto Pres A,ssociation.
The State Press Association meets
next week in Newberry, the home of
the President, E. H1. Aull. Newberry
will give the editors a royal reception.
The editor of the Press and Banner
lived in Newberry in 1856, and set type
en the ising Sun. Ie will no doubt
find but few of the acquaintances of
1856 st,ill living. Col. Leavell was wor
thy p)atiarceh of the Soins of Temper
anice, aind the lodge room was always a
pleasant place to go. Col. Leavell was
to the Seons of Temperance then, as
Hlon. WV. C. Blenet was in recent years
to the Literary Club. if he was not
the p)residling ofileer lhe was still presi
dent all the time.-Press and Banner.
We will be glad to ..ave B3rother
Wilson here next week. Col. Leavell
is st,ill here and says lhe remembers the
event referred to by Mr. Wilson, and
he is still an advocpite of temnperanee.
Mr. Wilson should not make his yhdits
so few and far between.
f Whien Nature
Needs assistance it may lbe best, to ren
der it promptly, but 0one should remonm
her to use even the miost p)erfect rem
dies neded. The best and most simple
and gentle renmedy is the Syrup of Figs,
manufactured by the California Fig
We sell lots of it, and that fact guarantees
its freshness5. 1i. doesni't last, long enough to
get stale. It requires talent, to make *.odi
soda1 E*verybody canu't do It-but we can.
\Ve use I. e freshest fruit syrups, and water.
WVe know just how to mix things to make
you say "ahi" r.t, the first sipl. Our ice creams
are just ase good as our soda. We serve all
p)opular flavors at p)opular p)rices, 50 at
PELHA A'5 FoUNT>AIN.
Take your watch key and la
of white paper; nlow multiply
you cani get an idea of how
calrying into your watch eve
and take a sharpene'l stick
(where the lids touch the calst
white paper' an~d you may arr
to the machinery through th
lifting sprinrg comes through.
INow turn your pocket ins11(idou ani
you may see where somie of this (dust a<
ls aways eearing away, the steel and
with this sand ct weei the pivots a~
revolve eighteen thousand times ev
botih at the same time, andl you can so
wacI lendout every year at least.
wac"lae DAN IEUj
W ith a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
;cal ills, which vanish before proper of
forts-gentle efforts-pleasante torts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
i. knowledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due to cny actual dis
ease, but slinply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Fig., p)rompt
ly removes. That is why it is ihe only
remedy with inillionsof families, and is
every where esteemed so highly by all
w%o value good health. Its benlecial
effects are due to the fact, that it Is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness w%Ithout. debilitating the
organs on whici? It acts. It is therefore
all Important, in ord% 'r to get its bene
ficial effects, to nute when you pulr
chase, that you have the genuine arti
ele, which is maIIfaetured by the Call
lornia F 4ig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable drtggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health,
and. the system is regular, laxatives or
other renielos are then not nteeded. If
afflicted with any actual disease, on
may be coinuended to the most skilful
physicianis, but if in need of a laxatioe,
one should have the best, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general sattisfaction.
Brick! Brick!! -
For sale by n3. C. Matthews, New
berry, S. C tf.
From 25c to Gc pr. pair.
Fromn 29c to 81c pr. pair.
LADIKS 98' IPPEIS
From 43c to 89e pr. pai r.
F HilT J.BS,
(Mason) Quarts 49e pr. dozen.
(Mason) i Gal's 69c pr. dozen.
These are the Fpoeial Bar
gains oflered for one week ex
elusively froll May 18 to May
26, 1897, 12 in., by
The Fair anild S(lnare Dealer.
Ge ITave you ever before bought
JARS or SLIPPERS
at such reduced pr ices?V No. We\
therefore ad1 vise you t,o buy NOW or
you never wvill buy th em a.s c a..l
TO SEE OUR
Ever brought to New
nock the end d1own on a piece
the amount of (1utst by 305~ and
much dlust this Ii ttle spuon is
ry7 yea1r. Nowv openi the lids5
andl( run around the 11 flanges
) and knock it over ai p)ieceX of
ast som'fe of the duLst 0on its~ way
0 hole at the joint where the
ii give it a thuamp over while papmer amnd
>mcs from. The frilion of thie gearing
arass, and it is also getting into the oil
id jewels of one of the wheels that
ery hour cut tinzg the pivot anid jewel
i It is a matter of econiomy to have tihe
D)ust is small particles of salnd.
; & Co.
Is filled again
with the most desila
ble and niewest goods
afforded by the Nort h.
ern markets. Our
buyers are just returin
ing fI'om New York,
Philadelphia and Bal..
timoire with the
ell)ieeSt selection they
could possibly make.
In Wash Fabrics
there is simply no end
to the variety
weC have everything
that the most fastidi..
Styles ranllge from
the (daitiest (Iheeks
to the large, hiand
someC pa~tt ernIsso much
in vogue no0w.
We carrly the cele..
GENTS' FINE GOODS.
WVe have selected1 a
beaultifutl line of' col
01rs and( shapes.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
We are very con)1fidenft
that we have the best
in style andl finish to
00M AND SRhb1US.