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r,0104ry Tu'qBday and PIldag
~y nin~er B3ros .
s --.;...... ........ I 1 12c.
.. ... . .. ........,.. .
olase..... ..... .. . oo.
0. ass5.. .............0.
................. .. 50.
..he -3... ..... ................... $1.00.
)OPitent Flour.............. $5.75.
n'dllost Flout ................... $5.25.
C 410 lour-..--------......-....... U4.90.
,ood Or1diuary Flour........'...3.0@ 4.50.
(~0KO .X..121 Moo.
otton see al, per sAa ... Z.10
Hitli, or cwt.. ...... ........... 25c.
lutter, p'r. lb .................. f20.
Egs, per dlozen ..............1124c.
%hokene, each............... @25.
Peas, per bushel....... ........6 50.
Coi.n, per bushel............ 500.
Oats, per bushel................. 3nf.
-Sweet potatoes .................... .
Turkeys, per lb ................ UZI8C.
Foddev, per oWt .........1.
Mr. D; P Davis, a prominent livery
mAn and merchant of Goshen, Va., has
th'I to say on the subject of rheuia
tist& "I take- r'easure in recoinmeind.
Ing Chambbrlain's Pain Balm for rheu
matism, as I know from personal expo
vience that it will do all that is clahmed
for it. A . year ago this spring. my
brothew was laid.tip in bed with inflam
atory rheamatism and siffered intense
ly. The flr.t application of Chamber
lain's Pain Baln eased the p.ain and
the use of one bottle completely 'cured
him. For sale by W. E. Pelham, Drug
17.pictures for 25c this week.t- the
big tent -in Newberry..N . Thoto
graphers. t&f 2t.
Wanted to Buy,
At the Newberry Hotel about one
doze4 turkeys. Highest market plie
pdId. -1f. It
Mloney to Lend.
For Building purposes. Apply to
f. tf. G. G. SALE.
The place to buy your Molasses at.
20, 25, 56, 40 and 50 ets. is at J. W.
Reederls. f. 3m.
Your Prescription Business.
You as good and as Careful
.service as 28 years Experience
can 'give, and
Pure Drugs at Reasonable
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Pharinacists on the Corner.
A Stray Cow.
Medium size, red cow, white spotson
belly, long horns turned up in front
strayed from our place at Newberry
about 15 (lays ago. Sultable reward for
-DANIELS & WILLIAMS.
May 13, 1897. 1htchers.
Photographs per doz.., regular, $1.99
Cards $' " 1.49)
this week over Mhnnaugh's. t&f 2t,
Carbonaited Lithia Water,
*Sold sto the Wholesale and(
Retail trtdde at lowest Prices l)y
S. B. Jones,
Agent for Newberry.
*WOR?TI HKNC MWINO!
That a bottle of Our Own
Electric Liniment; will remove
all-pains, aches and stiffness
from the joints.
Tfhat a bottle of Saluida
CUroup Oil, will cur~e the most
-obstinate case of croup, andl
also.prevent a thre~atenled at
That one bottle of Robert
:son 's Oomp~ound (Congh Syrupi
'.will give imme(liate relief to
(Coughs, -Asthma, B.ronchitis,
and all other d4iseases of thle
iiun gsandl thro'at.
Tlfe a.bove medicines are
comi (mtned of the~ purest
d1rugs tnd with the greatest
care a~ Robertson & Gilder's
Phavif acy, t.&f. ly
we sell Iots of it, and that fact guaranteel
its freshness. It doesn't last long enough t<
ges stale. It reu ires talent to mP.ike gool
a -Ever.ybouiyean't dio it-but, we can
WeiMBOt afre etfrtisyrups, and water
Wan -dtJhwt itingst mak.
you a8 'sh" a.t, the firus ap. Our ice creami
krQJtW Eod-ajo<mr a . We srve a)
Y4J1UU AND ALL ADOPJT.
iawrence-Glena is in the olqtL.
visiting her friends and relatives.
Miss Glenn, who has been teaching
in the country is,visiting her. sister
Divino services may be expected in
St. Xuke's 6hurch on Sunday next, 30th,
at 11 a. m. Aid 5.80 p. in., by the Rector, I
Rev. W. B. Holmes. ]
The brilliancy of th ball laat night b
will.be fully told in Tuesdiy's Herald 6
and News. We are full to the brim to.
dai A (i-runonnvr,
ular .er ces well be resuined at F
T 't V-nn church next Sunday. o
l' congregation and the Luther tj
eague will hold prayer rmteeting ser
vices at night. t4
If any of our readers can tell of the n
whereabouts of Hezekiah Nix Gilbert, ft
a young man os this county who was a P
student at Vanderbilt University in a
1882--84, they will confer a favor upon ti
Rev. Prof. W. F. Gilbert, D. D., of
Nashville, Tenn. D
The graduating class of the Winthrop 0
Normal and Induatrial College have h1
sent out very neat invitations to their il
commencement to be held June 6 to 9. 0
We n6tice that two Newberry girl f
have the honor of being officers in their 1
class. Miss Lucy Riser is poet and
Miss Nellye McFall is lawyer.
How to Treat a wife. C
(Froim Pacific Health Journal.) i
First, get a wife; second, be patient. N
You may, have great trials and perplex- f(
ities in your business, but do not there
fore, e ry to your home a cloudy or
contes ed brow. Your wife may have I
tria)6, which, though of less magnitude V
in be hard for her to bear. A kind a
Wbrd, -a tender look, will do wonders in
chasing from her brow all clouds of i
gloom. -To this we would add always
keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough '
Remedy in the house.- It is the best
and is Bure to be needed sooner or later.
Your wife .will then know that you g
really care for her and wish to protect N
her health. For sale by W. E. Pellam, n
- A Veterinary Forge
I have just opened to the public for u
Shoeing Horses and Mules, in connec- s
tion with my practice. I personally a
inspeet tne feet and shoeing to correct
all defects and vicei,- without extra
charge. See me. t
Mr. Pool's Old Shop, just below a
Brown's Stables. M. F. .CENELEY,
f-.&t.tf Veterinary Surgeon.
J. W. Reeder will sell you Soda ten
pounds for 25 eta. f. 3m.
GIT UP AND GIT!
Commencing MVay 19
we will offer certain
lines of our
IMMENSE STOCK o
AT GRATLY REDUORD PRICESFOR
The line of goods will
be changed each day.
Be sure and call as you
may find the article
('olutobia Bicycles for sale. Tires
on LaIdies' Wheels inflated and exam
ined free of charge. Repairing of all
kinds. F. A. SCHIUMPEWP,
I. tf. Agent. J
Needs assistance it may be best to ren-t
der it p)romp)tly, but one should remem
her to use even the mjost p)erfect rem.
(lies needed. The best anid~ molst simple
and gentle remedy is the Sy rup)of Figs,
manufactured by -the California Fig
DEA THI -
Mr. M. HI. Gary, who moved with
his family from this county about two
years ago to make their home at John
ston, in Edgefild County, died on
Monday night of thls week. Mr. Gary1
made a good soldler In the wvar, losing
his left hand in the service. He was
a p)rominenlt mang in this county at one
time having fll&i the olllce of County
Treasurer. Heb has many friendsI
throughout the county who will regret
to learn of his death and who sympa
thize with his family In their bereave
ment. -iHis remains were buried yes
terday at Joh nston.--Observer.
For~ Infants and Child1ren~
br, .Brick! Brick!! f
- For sale by 1B. C. Matthews, New
.TJ. W. Reeder's in thie ,place to . buy
'omr hoes. f. 4.m.
ASSOC1ATION SNAP RUOTS. ]
'ue RdItorial V1s4ors-Who They Are aid
Where They Are From.
Maj. F. Melohers, of the Deutsche f
citung of Charlestoli, 18 the worthy i
reasurer of the Association and a
eteran German journalist. But we I
now he has used English to express r
Lie appreciation of his visit to New- I
erry. He deserves to be known by i
the grand old name of golden-hearted a
Mr, J. M. Knight, of the Sumter c
[erald, knows how to turn a newspaper 1
n successful career, and has proved it g
the satisfaction of the public.
Mr. M. B. McSweeney, of the Hamp- s
)n Guardian, is the Lieutenant-Gover- i
or of South Carolina. He is just as N
ctive in the position to which the peo- t
le have exalted him as he was before, t
nd. is still a newspaper man of the e
ue and worthy kind.
Mr. John M. Mathis, of the Union
rew Era, couldn't resist the impulse t
f his loyal nature to come to his old <
ome here and become a member of a
3o Association amidst the festivities I
f this annual meeting. His many
rIends kept him iusy yesterday shak- c
ig his hand in cordial welcome. r
Mr. Wigwall Cheatham is the repre- I
3ntative of Major James T. Bacon's b
apor, the Edgefleld Chronicle. Mr.
heatham is not without honor in o
rewberry, whose people. sympathize 1
,ith .his chief in his illness, and hope p:
>r his full recovery. t
Mr. G. P. Browne hails from the
'ledmont. He runs the Anderson Ad- n
ocate and is a punctual and interested I
Ltendant of the Press Association, and a
i doing worthy work.
Mr. J. E. Britt, of the McCormick a
'imes, runs a paper that is a benefilt to
is section and seeks to develop the c
reat resources along the Savannah. J
Ir. Britt never miss any of the an- I
ual gatherings of the editorial clans. c
Mr. C. W. Birchmore, of the damden
[ossenger, is on his third visit among a
s, and always comes when the ocea- 1
Lon presents the opportunity. I-e is i
n up-to-date newspaper man.
Mr. J. E. Norment, of Darlington, is
be staff correspondent of the News o
nd Courier. He is polite and affable I
s he is intelligent, and in his write-up t
f the various towns in the State is do
ng a meritorious and most commend- I
ble and enterprising work. I
Mr. Rice B. Harman relresents the 1
.exington Dispatch, long the.oracle of
axe Gotha. The people of Lexington <
onor more and more the chief editor, t
fr. G. M. Harman, and still make c
heir affirmationo by the Dispatch. ]
Col. T. B. Crews, of the Laurens %
leirald, is a veteran journalist, and I
no of the founders of the Association. ]
is presence in Newberry, where he is
vell known, is always appreciated.
Mr. E. W. McLenna comes from
.dgefield's fertile plains, and repre
ents the Johnston Monitor. which 4
ives no uncertain indication of the (
And-political, material or adverse,
,nd sometimes in verse.
Prof. S. R. Bridges is t he young and
andsome edit,or of the Leesville Lan
et. We don't know where he exists in
he state of single blessedneIss and fancy
ree, as he Is so affable, and must ore 1
his have won a heart attuned to devo
ion true. [This by way of whispered
Mr. H. G. Osteen, of the Sumter
)aily Item, is one of the rising young
ournalists in the State, and his paper~
s progressive and well conducted.
Rev. Sidi H. Browne, of t,be Chris
ian Neighbor, tihe chaplain, is a vet
ran inl tihe cause of Christ,ian journal
sm, and his pleasant reminliscences of
ewborry of forty years ago are rec- 1
'ived in is visit among uts.
Col. J. A. Hoyt, of the Greenville
lountainmeer, edits one of the oldest
iapers of the State. Col. Hoyt has thle
istinguished honor of being the first
'rcaident of the State Press Associa
loll. He is an able journlalist and( a
rue son of South Carolina.
Mr. Jas. L. Sims, of the TIimes and
)emocrat, Is a careful and intelligent
ournalist. lUe Prints a good news
>aper and lives in a live town.
Mr..C. C. Langston, tile secretary of
he Association, is one of the editors
if tile Anderson Int-elligencer, a strong
mud successful newspaper. Mr. Lang
ton is judicious, and an indefatigablo
yorker in tile Association.
Gen. R. R. Hiemphill, of the Abbe
rille Medium, does not look old enough
or a veteran. H-owever, lie was a splen
lid soldier from Bull Run to Appomat
,ox, and in giving his talents to jour
talismn has alway's produced an inter
usting new.spaper. He Is accompanied
>y his daughter, Miss H annah Mitchell,
,bright lighlt on his newspaper staff.
Mr. A. G. Kollock, of the Darliinkton
~ews, is real substance, and not a
ihadow of anybodly's else prlesen)ce ex
ressed or unexpressed. He stands
or himself-six feet in his boots.
Rev. A. J.- S. Thomas, of the Baptist
Jourier, is a clear-cut thinker and an
able writer. He ilalpractical, judicious
md painstaking, and the p)eop)le of his
shurch ought to r-oll hhnti up a subscrip
Gionl list of 10,000,- If it hasn't already
lot that number- for it deserves it..
Mr. R. T.a Jaynes, of the Keowee (Cou
-ier, is an able writer and journalist.
His paper is a true representativye of
the Piedmont. We feel very near to
Mr. Jaynes. He won for his life-part
ner the heart of a worthy lady who
was once a Nowherrian and whom our
readers will remember, as Miss Mattie
Steck, and who holds a warm place in
Mr. Yates Snowden, of the stat? of
the News and Courier, is a lawyer by
trade. Hie saw the error of his ways,
and professed conversion to t.he Four'th
lstate. His lo.s of three-fourths-of
en dollars oil a country newspaper tin
wo years showed hini fit for promotion,
.id 1I1s most intimate acquaitaneos
:iiow only of 1I1s usefulness to the pro
Ossloll. He is as intelligent as he i'
If anybody In the State knows news
t Is August Kohn, the Columbia cor
espondent of the News and Courier.
le gave us a snap shot visit and took
is all in at a glance and will know us
gaini without an introduction. Hle is
hustler, and we might just as woil
hange the code of signals from "0.
[" to "A. K," for what he says
Mr. M. W. ClP, of Union, reprg
Dnts the Weekly Times--old but well
reserved, the Tines-not iro. C.
Ve have known the Times for a quar
ar of a century. and although som1
imos change, The Union Tines has
ver' preserved the ven tellor of its
Florence sends another of ler editors
D this meeting-Mr. G. R. Pettigrew,
if the Reformed Advocate. Tihey are
11 live In that town--Mr. Pettigrew
cing 110 exception.
Mr. J. R. Earle, of Walhalht, is an
ther. one of the editors of the Pied
iont section, and his paper, the Oconee
lows is live and )r.ogressive-- could ll't
e otherwise in the Piedmont.
M'. M. Stackhouse is from the grand
id county that bears a heroe's name
iarion. His paper The Star, and his
on reflects the scintillations or a nIa
tie strong and noble.
Mr. C. L. Beard of Chapin, is a new
eighbor, and Ilis paper, The Carolina
Tows, has become ,a iecssity Ill its
action. Mr. Beard is a Nort,h Care
nian; but It takes little to change Into
Palmetto inhabitant such as lie.
Col. T. C. Robinson, of the Mountain'
outity of Pickens, gives to the Pickens
ournal the impress of mature though t.
I likes to mingle with his brethicnen
f the press.
Mr. E. H. DeCamps is from hustling
id progressive Gaiffney City. Ills
aper, the Lcdger, keeps no infeiort
ecords of the life of the new division
a the old "Iron district."
Mr. N. G. Gonzales, the able editor
,f Tihe State, is perfectly at home In
Tc%wberry, although 11e doesni't come
o see us often--not often enough.
Phere is no0 mlianl in jourilalisin ill tllis
stae who possesses a keener insight
lto matters of public interest, and lie
vields at ready pen withal.
Rev. John Lake, of Batesburg, is the
ditor of This Way, a journal of Chris
ian activity. Mr. Lake it an able writ
ir. IHe is the son of Capt. George It.
lake, of Edgefield, one of the live sir
ivors of the "erater" disaster of the
ate war. Newberry feels akin to Mi.
ake iI that we have inl our mildst iii
>thel of the sur-vIvors in Lieut. Wil.
ir. J. K. H.oltell represents tie
.liedmlont Ieadlight-his chief, Colon
-1 Larry T. Gantt not being able to
,onie--a ,regret whilch we express. Mr.
Iobtell spoke up for Spartanburg, like
, true Spartan, for the next meeting.
Mr'. T. J. Drzew, of the Hlartsville
V[essenlger', did not arive a clay after'
110 feast evenI if he0 dId not come until1
'esterday. His manner's prove himu to
)e a careful writer'.
T1h F Llor'ence Times-Messenger has
uvworthy manti in Mr'. H. A. Uirunson at
ts head. He xs full of life and energy,
md both t,hc daily anid weekly editions
>f his5 journial exhibit ability wvhich no0
ioubt tihe p)eple of llirence fully ap
The Association weceomed Mrs. M.
NV. Coleman, of the Carolinian, Seneca,
xs one of the nxew memnber's, and thus
rppreciates more and more t,he gentle,
'efining, hlelpfuil iihienlce and ivor'k of
Mi rs. Virginia lI. Young, of tile Vairn
'ille I'.nteprise, is a. taLlented memberhC1
md( 0one of tile mlost faith ful in the Asso
lationl. Mrs. Younlg has tr'aveled in
nany13 lainds, but sihC always feels it her'
luty to be pr1esenlt at tihe first session,
Lnd r'emlainl unt il tile last, and then
i011) to swell the~ anniual exculrsionl
Mr. M. S. Gallowvay, of the A ssociate
ceformned P'resbytei'ian, greet,cd us
~ester'day. Whenever hec comes to
~ecwbery he knows how the latch
ti'ing hlangs. His paxpem is prosperling,
mud there is no recligious journal inl all
h11is greCat, cunitr'y mior'e appreic iated1
md loyally suppIorted-hlis good man11
igement beiing one of the sects of its
Mr. C. W. Peters is the genlial r'eprc'
iceitative of the Southern' Newspaper
Union of Charlotte, N. C. Mr'. Peters
ame firom the Noirth several years ago
md is now fully identi fled with Southerin
progress, and especially with the heilp
bile weeckly press is giving in setting.
roirth our vast resources.
Mr. Louis Appelt, of tile Manlning
Tnines, has been the life of. this meet
lng. H-e is wholc-souled and gener'ous
to a fault. You should know him to
appreciate his goodl qualities.
Mr. C. H. Webb, r'eprlesenting B3arn
hart, Br'os. & Spindler, the Chi icago ty pe
founder's, is to t,be manneril borns in the
F"oui'th Estate, and knows how the re
g Ions ar'ounmd an exd Itor's hlear't abonds.
He is tile editor' of the Western P-ainter',
andl is well up in this beautiful twill
sister of the "'ait prCeervat,ive."
Mr'. B 0. Briistow is a Dai'linigtoniian
of '"Thie D)arlingtonian." Thus any
way veou take him lie is true timber
upih5ce, lenlgthl wise, brloaldsidle, and his
pa>er' bears tihe stampl1 of his person
'Louis .J. Bristow, of tile Kings
tree Record, makes the life of Williams
buirg to feel the influence of a week)y
newsapaper, withlout whlichi no commullI
nity Is alive.
Mr. A. P. Ford, of thle A iken Rlecord,
joins at this session. His paper' is what
Its name imlfI)es--a rccor'd of current
events placed with tact and inter'
MeLaurin the Men.
Successor to the Late Jo. It. Earle as Jun
Tho spotless toga of the lamented
N.arle has fallen uponl the shoulders of
John Lowndea McLaurli, the able
young congressman from the Sixth dis
rict of South Carolina, andhis friends
predict thatl he will wear it In a num
:iot to rellect credit upon. him7 f and
als State. Such a rCult has beei ful
Ly and completely foreshadowed in Th
4tate, -and it may be safely asserted
Ahat at no time was the nami of any
min elso seriously considered by (ov
3r.,or IllIerbe, who (lesired to select it
nan whoiml ho thought the peoplo
vanted, and a man who wiould be In a
Jositiop to go into the senate of the
Juited States conversant not alone
vith the !lstomlls andi usages of that,
)ody but also with the isspes of the
iour. That the appointment will give
5eneral satisfactlon to the people no
me about tie Capitol seems to doubt.
ot a voice was raised yesterday in)
lisapproval when the governor's dc
erminiiiationl was made known to the
11u1blie by himself.
The -very flrst announcement. from
Jovernoi' Ellerbe in regard to the mat
.er was made at 1:40 o'clock yesterday
tftornoon. IIe stated positively that,
le had not authorized lily on1e to state
at Mr. Melaulrin would be appoint
xd. Ho very unexpCetedly made the
umnotincement at the hour named yes
erday that today 11e would issue to Mr.
'alrill his Comilis4ionl its United
tates senatot- to sticeed Oell. Narle.
'hat seOttledj it, anid no one wa0 s smr
rlised when a few minlutes later the
)ositive offleial alllollice men t was first,
iven to-the people of Colum'Ia upon
he bulletin board in front of this of
Mr. IlcLaur111in was still iln the cit-y
lell the tlnollnciellnt was mllade, inl
en1ding to pi-occed to his lmie at 5 p.
ii. This lie did. declining- to have any
hilng to say until IIs Colilissioll hIts
It is unlderstood Ihat there is 110
:loubt that. hie will accept the high hon
>r that hias been conferred uiponi him
by the chief executive. No doubt his
lotter of acceptnllio will he filed ill (lue
bime. It is Sild by Mh-. Mel'aluriln's
friends that lie will likely tIke occls
ion ill his letter to hiugget to time ex
oCitive collmmittee the cvalling of a pri
mary Olectioll to fill the vacaney for
th tinexpired teri, inasmuch ,as it is
prtctieltliy It fulli terni, and lie is a be
liever in the primaittry system of select
ing United States senators.
It may he regarded ats very corttin
that there will be ia primitry-election
and that the State will ho canvassed by
the candidates. The nw Senator will
likely.be elected for the full teri, for
from ill ( luilrtrers of the State have
come letters to the Governor elldorsing
the man lie has no%w appoited. TlerC
will of colurse he oppositioll. It is said
tihat .101111 Gary Evans will Clitor' tlc
race. Others who are considered like
ly Ialid idates are .10ohn T. Duncan, S.
G. Mayfleld and others alireadly men-11
t,ioned( as primary possibilities. 01
course it is a litt,le too far aheatd I<
forcast, whait will be tIhe result of t hc
rae for the uniexpJirnd term, but, Mi
1leFLaurin's friends think .e lt h x!!~
be able to eatsily hol his owni ag;ainsi
L'Te appo1in1tm1en1t of A Ir. Mlo 4aurini
w~ill of course5 ceate a1 vatcianey in the
Sixth Congressional D)ist,rict,, and( t,berc
will be a lively rae for that plositionl.
A primwary will hardly be held. G over.
nior IEllerbe will no0 doublt in it very fe~u
(dltys order' an1 clcetlin for tIl e pireI)1'
term nd f1Ilx an early (lay. Thie iead
ing menl in the raetc will in all -probia
bility he Comptroller Genc "al Norton.
Solicitor Jfohnson and W 1) Evans. Al
reatdy there is lively speculation its tc
who will succeed M r. McL aurin il
Con rress, and thlen as to the successot
of tomptroller Geneal Norton ill eat
lhe is the wining canidicate in th<
Senator AleLaurin will, it is satid, h<
sworn ini and t,ake hiis seat,ini tIhe UnJite
States Senate on nlext, Monday miorning
A t least lie will be urged to do so, iu
the additional D)emocratic vote is need(
ed in tbe chamnber at, on1ce.
WA1ith a better und1(erstanin1g ofth
Vtiransi ent nature of the many ph1ys
cal ills, which vanlishi before proper ci
fort.s-gentle efforts-pleasant e ftorts
righltly d1ir'ected. There Is comlfort ir
the knowledge, thatt so many forms o
sickness arie niot duec to anmy iactual d is
ease, hut simiply to a conIstipat1(eeond(i
tion f the system, whiich the pleastn
family laxative, Syrup of ligs, prompt
ly removes. That is why it Is thle onl:~
remnedy wvith mllionIsof faminlles, and(1;
everywhere esteemedl so hlihly by al
who value goodi health. Its benleinI
effects iare dueI to the faict, thait it is th<
01)e remedC(y whlmichl pr'omfotes5 interna1
organis on1 whlichi it acts.- It is thlerefori
all hlnportanft, iln order to get its bene8
ficial effects, to. nlote wh'len you pumr
chase, thatd you haIve the genluinle arti
ele, which 1 i manulfatured b)y the Ct 1i
fornia Fig Syrup C2o. onlly and ld b;(1h.
all reputablo diuggists.
If ini the1 enljoymenlt of good health
and( the systeml is reglarL1, laxatives o
othIer r'emed0(ie are then no0t needeld. I
afflicted with any actumal disease, on
maiy be commned to thle most slliti
physicians, but if In need of a laxativt
hno shoumld have the bmest, anid with th
well-Informed ever'ywhere, Syrup o
histnsiighest ind s( mo. lit largel,
Is filled again
with the most desira
ble and newest' goods
afforded by the North
erll nmarkets. Our
buyers are just retur1
ing froin New York,
Philadelphia and Bal
timore with the
choicest selection tlhy
could possibly make.
In Wash Fabrics
there is simply no end
to the variety.
we have everything
that the most fastidli
Ouis could wish.
Styles range from
the daintiest cheeks
to the large, hand
some patterns so mu' ch
in vogue no0w.
GENT8' FINE GOODS.
W7~e have selectedl a
beautiful line of col
01rs and( shiapes;.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
WYe are very confident
that we have the best
in style and finish to
MER AND SEb IIS.
TO SEE OUR
Ever brought to New
Fr omn 94,5c t'o GI 1% P1 I%
1"'O()1l 29c to0 01 C )i'. j )Ri r
V'rom 29c to 81c pr.
Fro- .3cto 89c pi' 1)):i
(Nasum) Quarts -19c p'. (W111,
FI f iii 1l1s,
Ah18011) ('1:1l's Ill.}). dlozcll.,
These aro tle pecial 1 In .
or'1ins oil'Uid (' 6 l1e week vx
clu1sively 'lomi Mlay 18 to May
2(;, 1897, 12 im., by
!-' I i:n . \ onl ever ' w bfo hight
JAE3 or SLIPPERS
it, SiCh thiled lio c.e ? Nt. \Ve
t,hrefore lidvie youl to bily NoW ov
y\ot n'vel. will 1 themv thln it.-; chet..jt
Ii you 1. a shopping to <iA wihen'ii
youl nt ine t New,( bl 'iVtei ry, in -- akinig
lip your li.e! Wt :-i at I hel l-:nl of yourI
Jones & opeiand
ntii ~in l>y ( ueoezis. \\'h ite (.4lIs, Ta-~
ble I .inen, ( ~z~: imere... 1'oo nariizies. l)o
mo estie i Towei i:Iez wmrolres,
Ihit s 1)unwros, h'olhuts -:oIu t ( 'Is.
eTiUL , .i P-f. l'LIi h lla <. z 1 l ai gs:tr
I hiefs, l ise.it 1. ~ ''h i th)I am .\lm .,
itill)ery h t wha I e hve(I te m~ Ifor'
yos ati ls e t uo otal pris
I. hereih i t no r lI houe t t.vil m s iiitantages
equll (to si n et h brIlsi e- s t, lihings
o- you atht he pr \e w s te. \\'eo1
rgss Assoc5 itn Ne abhll 'lo ths
Shoes & Copt, e l mrali
airi Vs. Sht. .\ these-I 1en.n.
he fountii a I our storeI tat,I ill st,* IA te
hadihi i o th e ' eing ' ! . (he o
rih t. prices rigt.l Cmet and sel e usii
Ne b ryI . ('.,it0:1 heg ay t 4, 1897 i . ( l yPtth
Hae bn runnI) OtingtlW ar ud-inent'-.~
*ly dt u h ically-or to earls,w ' t in to
get pet age 'i Ih hi t imul il rto'I '4
th istr tio ll ' .1)A\'netoasinwhe
M ak Yvir stsr'~ k.
'I'o e i you4 h e no more 1111t Ii1.noafo
ar, it twill etar o o t he .rnes . ,
'h Hing .hiho. 1k dittr heme aive,
ii, b 1gin tc grow, ali tltin'tll( of~ h 4s
Thireri no li torow ti ngu asIf h
ver done to-mrrw l iow entf N rmF
.over snd it nl. Th t ~i ttu
AfJ. e . Nm. :ih('k hours.i,
rom a. . t 3 p m ,excpt o .Ia