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dorrected every Tuesday and Friday
M eat . ........ ,.... . . ......... 65 .
Ham s. . . 1112c.
Best Lard - - .8c.
Best .Molasses...................... 40r460c.
Good 'MOlaSse ..................... 2 ,.c35e.
Corn ..--------.-.-.................... 650.
M eal - . - - . ---. ........... 5C.
f ay .-. ... -. - - . -............. $1.00.
W heat Bran .----................ $1.00.
let Patent Flour-.--............. $5.76.
2nd Best Flour................... $5.25.
Stralt Flour........-----.......... $4.90.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.50 14.50.
Sugar ........ -.... .......... c.
Cotton seed me 't 1.
............ 20 c.
bk.................. 1 20c.
Sper dozen ..... ........... 1 .121c.
koI ns, each .................... 15 25c.
Peas, per bushl....... ..... 6 5c.
Corn, per bushol.. ............ 0c.
Oats, per bushel.............. 3550c.
Sw-et potatoes ................ 5 c"00.
Turkeys, per lb ................ 8c.
Fodder, por cwt ............... 799,1003.
The right stuff with the right
prices tell the tale Thursday and
Friday at Mimnaugh's.
Clothes pins, 2 doz. for 5c.
t. 2t At W. W. Fulmer's.
MarrIage of a Fair Nowborrin.
Cards of invitation have been re
ceived'in Newborry from Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore P. Bell, of Atlanta, Ga., to
the marriage of their niece, Miss
Martha Athliand Mcintosh, to lr. Geo.
P. Buell, at their residence, 301'Capi.toi
avenue, on Thursday mornillJune
10th. We johi her.M'll.i friends In
Ymi.dWl i much happiness
and joy to each of them.
Four Cigars for 5c., the best smoke
In town at the prico.
t. 2t At W. W. Fulmer's.
44-Inch White Lawn 6jc worth
12jc Thursday and Friday, June
'3 and 4, at Miinaugh's.
'The Herald and News acknowledges
-with much pleasure an invitation to
the marriage of Miss Maggie Shep
pard to Mr. Robt. L. Whites, on J une
9th at the home of the brides' parents,
Mr. W. W. Sheppard, of Central Mills,
Ala. We tender our congratulations
in advance. May their lives be haippy
and full of true devotion to each other.
Your soy Wout Live a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill St.,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by the
dotors. His son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent three hundred and seventy-fivo
dollars with doctors, who finally gave
hilim up. saying: "Your boy wont live a
month." le tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health.and enabled him to go to
work a perfectly well man. lie tays
he owes his present good health to use
of Dr. King's New Discoveivy, andi
knows it to be the best in the world
for Lung trouble. Trial bottles free at
Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
Go to the big cut price sale
Thursday and Friday, Juno 3 and
4 at Miminaugh's.
Cheap Ratos ou southern 'trailroad.
Commencement execises Wolford
College, Spartanburg, S. C. Round
trip) tickets on sale June 11th, 12th, 13th,
ihnited to June 18th. Rate $3.00.
Commencement W. N. & 1. College,
Rock 11111, S. C. Round trip tickets on
sale June 4th to 9th inclusive, limited
~~until Jung12th. Rate from Newberry
Commencement exercises Allen Uni
versit,y, Columbia, S. C. Tickets oni
sale May 31st to June 3rd inclusive,
limited till Juno 7th. Rate for the
round trip) $1 80.
For Infants and Children.
Not Octagon, but Sunilowecr Soap,
just as good, 7 bars for 25e, .
Heavy Tin Tea SpOOnIs 5e. per set,
"' "' 'Table Spoons 8e. per1 set,
Ii Papters Sharps Needles for 5c,
t. 2t, A t W. W. F"ulmner's.
WOR' T,H KNOCWINO!
TV a bottle of Our Owvn
IEh c Liniment will remove
all j sti, aches and stiffness
T hat a bottle of Saluda
~Croup Oil will cure the most
obstinate case of crouip, and
also prevent a threatened at
That one bottle of Robert
son's Comoun101ndl 0ough Syru p
wvill give immeiidite relief to
Coughs, Asthmna, BrlonIchitis,
and all other diseases of the
lungs andl throat..
The above miineC)s are
compIounlded' of the pu rest
drugs and with the greatest
c are at Robertson & Gilder's
Pharmacy. t.&f. 1y
Young men, we have the correct
thing in Dress Shirts, Scarfs arnd Bows.
LtA f.tf Jnns nd Co'nnand.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
There will bo services at St. Luke's
next Sunday by the pastor, Rev. oco.
The Smyrna school, Miss Minnie
Wallace teacher, ended its terni with
a picolc Saturday.
The man with-the X rayo is in the
city and you can have an opportunity
to view your anatomy.
Miss Glenn's school at Helena closed
last Friday. The children had a party
at the school house Friday night.
Mr. A. C. Jon4s hasbought the stock
of g iods in tle New York Racket store
and I I open up there as soon as stock
iR C. Williams has torn down
the rear of his long furniture ware
house and will crect a dwelling on
Messrs. J. D. Shockley, Jacob Dick
ert and R. [ Groneker, Jr., have been
appointed board of assessors for the
town of Helena.
The result of the investigation at.
South Carolina College will be given in
next issue. All the blame does not rest
with the students.
Mr. McColl and Prof. Dav'4. who
were severely injured in Columbia, are
Lesting very well but their injuries
may yet prove fatal,
Theodore WrigIt, (col'd) was sen
benced to pay $5 or work 30 days on
,hain gang for loafing around the rail
'oad at Helena. le paid the fine.
Newberrry is one of the best towns
Ln South Carolina. The people are
inxi for direct railroad connection
vitP ugusta.-Augusta Chronicle.
far. Julius Elson has been elected
town marshal of Helena. Mr. T. G.
Williams, who had been acting as
narshal, was not an'applicant for the
A very distinct earthquake shock
>assed through here yeatetday at 2
)'clock. Its direction has not yet been
kscerltained. Several persons also felt
Ihocks Friday noon and night.
The new Lutheran church is nearing
:ompletion. The congregation expect
o have it finished and furnished by Ju
y ist, and the first service will be held
n1 it some time next mionth.
There have been 25 accessions to the
nenbership of the Methodist church as
mne of the results of the meetings of
Jr. Leftwilch. Twenty-three of the
low1 members were received on Sunday
The eart,hquake shock felt in New
yerry yesterday was general. Two
1hocks at the same hour were noted in
ktlanta, Asheville, Greenville, and as
ar west as Zanesville, 0. It was not
elt in Charleston.
The people of A ugusta and Nowberry
,an easily build the Auguata and New
erry railroad. Whienever they deter
nine the railroad will be built. Au
u1sta nlCeds railroads that will develop
ho Conlitry that supports her.-Au
The members of the State Press, af
er a visit that has been pleasantly an
~icipated by the citizens of this town,
iave departed Oil their tour to checer
he hcar'ts or others and see the sights
ind enjoy tile scenery of thle mountain
soulntry. They are a jolly set of good
ellows and know how to enjoy a day
>iif from a cumbrous stack of news
)apers wvith their mlonotonous politics,
tnid fro -nI the buzz,' and '111am 11am" of
Mor'd. Foote, lEsq., of Atlanta is in
Mayor Evans has gone wit,h the ed
icors to Nashville.
Miss Glenn, of Clinton, is visit,ing
relamtives in Ncwborr~y.
Mr. Tom Spott of the Tlhornwell 'Or
phanage, Clinton, was in town last
Rev. WV. WV. Jones and wife, of Salu
:la, visited Rev. D). Tiller during the
Mr.. II. Mittle has left for Charleston
Eind Bleaufort whiere he will visit friends
lurm. Jroshth Salter and daughter, Miss
[Lura, of Vaughlanvilic, woric visiting
relatives last week.
Mr 'Thomas Brown and family, of
Laurcns, wcoro on a visit to relatives in
tis Section last wveelc.
Mr. St.. John Bultler, of Clifton, spent
a few days in tile city last wveek with
friends andl relatives.
Mr's. E. M. Boydr nd grandcildren,
of Lexington, arce on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. HT. G. Hoof.
Newherry's historian, Mr'. Jno1. A.
Chlapmlan, left this morning, withl T1ho
History of Edgelleid at his side and is
stall', pillgrimn style, for Edge field.
Prof. Geo. B. Cromer attended tile
Lut.her'an Conference at, Selwood On
Saturday, and left yesterday for St.
Matthewv's, S. C., whlere hle delivered
an address at tile graded at the graded
school exercises last night. lie will;
Tile following Newber'rians hlave re
turned from the press banquet at
Hlarris Lithia Spring: Mr. and Mrs.
WV. P. Houseal, Mr. andl Mr's. C. L.
Blease, Messrs. C. A. Bowman, Geo.
S. -Mower, Ed. Scholtz, G. F.~ Wearn,
W. C. S3chenck, 1E. M. Evans.
Mr. Ciharios.J. P.urcell, of Nowherry,
S. C., is one of tile successful mom'
chlants of that pr'osper'ous city. Bly
character, enerigy and capacity he has
won his wvay to the front. 'Mr. Purcell
is tIle eldest son of Capt. lE. B. Purcell.
We always take great pleasure in re
cording the deserved success of our
young meon. Mr'. Char'los Purcell is a'
credit to Augusta and an honor' to
Water Work* and Light.
The stack of the power house is 0
feeti high, and 'only needs the Iron ca
to make it complete.
The arch in the foundation for th,
stand pipe is a good piece of masonry
and the foundation itself i' nearinj
Seven miles of water mains havo
been laid, and up to yesterday ove'ning
one and one-eighth miles are yet to b
The electric light men have arrived
with the tools and implements.
50 Doz. Ladies' Shirt Waists
the $1.00 kind at 59c Thursday
and Friatty at Mimnaugh's.
I will be at Newberry C. H. until
after-commencement. dall at the big
tent see my work and get prices.
S. M. PEARSON, N. Y. Photographet.
Ladies' 8-Button Chamois Kid Gloveu
-also White Dressed Gloves, with
white and black embroidered backs, for
900 at Jones and C'opeland, t.&f.tf
Just received a nice line of Ladies'
and Men's Plush Seat Rockers at J. TI
West's Furniture Store. t.tf
Your Pr'escription Business.
You as good and as Careful
service as 28 years Experience
can give, and
Pure Drugs at Reasonablo
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Pharmacists on the Corner.
10,000 lbs. Dry Hides. Highest cash
price paid for them.
f&t. 2m. SUMMER BROS.
12 pieces No. 00 Silk and Satin Rib
bon in all the evening shades at 20c at
J ones & Copeland. t.&f.tf
HARRI8 L/ITHIA WA TEHI
Carbonated Lithia Water,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Prices by
S. B. JoneB,
Agent for Newberry.
A Complete line on hand at
Write us for Patterns.
J, L. MIMNAUGH & CO,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Lower No. 1) Nw.
Pretty weather at present.
Some of our farmers arc over hoeing
cotton the first time, while other-s have
not yet commenced. And oh, howv gen
eral green is . rolling along down here
among these rocks.
Mr. F. T. KCelley, of Paris, Spartan
burg County, made a flying visit to his
mother, Mrs. Andrew Nichols, and rel
atives in the St. Luke's community the
past week. Mr. Kelicy is an ex-New
berrian. He speaks highly of Spar
tanburg with her many cotton facto
Mr. John L. Cook Is having some
work done on his mills-getting i-eady
for the coining crop.
- Harvest is here again, but, a small
one generally, as the crop was dam
aged gr-oatly by the cold wecather early
Mr. Nathan Vaughn, whlo has been
very ill with pneumonia, Is greatly im
.We would like to see Newber-ry and
Prosperity get a hustle on them and
get that telephone line between New
berry and Pros'perity.
Mrs. Anna Whitman died at her
home in the St. Luke's section last
Tuesday at an advanced age. Her- re
mains were laid to rest in the 01(1
Chapman burial grondm last Wed n es
day. She leaves four daughters and
three sons to mourn her departure.~
She was a member of St. Luke's Evan
gelical Lutheran clhurch.
Mr-. John A. Nichols will go to Co.
lumbia to-norrmow on important busi
Brother- Chips, we appreciate youm
priop)osal to tr-eat the editor- of Th<
Newberr-y HeIcrald and News to a water
melon feast some time duing the sum.
mner. After Gee Hlaw gets done pull
ing the bell cord for this season, h(
will join you, Brnother Chips, in youm
A tired stomach Is very much like
sprained ankle. If you suffer fr-om an.)
of the symptoms eif dlyspepsia, youi
stomach Is t,ired. It, needs a (cruItch
We must, relieve it of all wvork fori
time, or until it Is r-est. red to it,s nat
ur-al itrength. To do thmis successfully
we must use a food whic-h Is alrienda
diRested outside of the body, and wvhic-i
will aid the 4eigestion of other- foodi
that may be taken with it. Such a pro
duct is the Shaker- Digestivo Cor-di al
'rho Shakers have utilized the digest
lye principles pr-esent in plants for the
manufacture of this article, and its suc
cess has been truly p)heniomenal. Yoi
can tr-y it for the nominal sum of I1
cents, as sample bottles am-e sold by al
druggists at this pi-ice.
LAxoL is the bestmedicine for- clil
dren. Doctors recommend it in plac
of Castor Oil. t. it.
The citizens' ball, in honor of the
p State PrCss Association of South Caro
1ina, was one of the mostoenjoyahlesocial
3 function of the manly entertainments
given that body while gtest of our city.
The beautiful opera house parquet
was converted into a ball room by floor
ing and waxing, while the galleries
were arranged for spectAtors and filled
with happy faces as they gazed on the
We give the names of those ladies
and costumes whom ve recognized in
the crush, and crave pardon if others
are omitted, as we were dazed by such
a galaxy of beauty.
Miss RIce, Union. Costume -- pinik
silk, white chiffon, pink ribbon, pearls.
Miss Vance, Clinton, bloe silk, blue
satin ribbon, flowers.
Miss Schenck, New York, white Chi
na silk, bodice of silver net with neck
lace of pearls.
Miss Hemphill, Abbeville, blue silk
mull, white lace, roses.
Miss Godfrey, Columbia, green or
gandie, ribbons, pink roses.
Miss Helfrich, Columbia, white sat
in gown, blue velvet girdle and pearls.
Mrs. Dukes, Alabama, black silk,
whilte silk trimming, long white gloves.
Miss Neil, Spartanburg, blue silk
mull, blue ribbon, white roses.
Miss Summer, Alabama, white or
gandie, white satin ribbon, flowers.
Miss Smith, white mull, er-imnson 1)01)
Miss Mittlo, white organdie, white
satin ribbon, pearls.
Miss Conner, Cokcsbury, crimson
mull, black chiffon trimming, white
Miss Dominick, blue organdic, lace,
Miss Lizzie Dominick, ton tricot,
lace, pink flowers.
Miss Werber, blue silk mull, pink
Miss Nichols, Florida, white organ
die, natural flowers.
Miss Moses, Sumter, red China silk,
cream lace, red chifyon.
Miss Vance, New Orleans, white
China silk, ribbon sash, flowers.
Miss Ola Wilson, yellow organdic
Miss Bynum, white organdie, white
Miss lmma Wilson, pink silk mull,
Miss Glenn, white silk, lace, dia
Miss Lauren,s Glenn, wlite Clhina
silk, pink roses.
Miss Carlisle, white organdie, white
satin ribbon, pansies.
Miss Vinile Wilson, heliotrope sill,
Miss Mabel Cash, white organdle,
white satin ribbon, white dasiles.
Miss Holen Jones, WIhite mull, red
Miss Jula .loncs, white mull, green
trimming, ribbons, lace.
Miss Mlyrte Schumpert2' white or
gandic, white flowers.
Miss Young, Fairfax, white mull,
black ribbon, velvet triiming, lace,
Miss Maud T1ribble, pale blue organ
die, cream lace, flowers.
Miss Marie Tribble, blue mull, white
Miss Rienwick, wvhite organdie, while
lace, ribbon, flowers.
Miss Boozer, white mull, white satin
Miss Nannic Mayes, pink silk, famn
Miss 1llic 0 Huiett, wh ite organdie,
satin ribbon, pecarls.
Miss Lurline Evans, green nmous de
loine, cream lace, Ilowers.
Mr's. 0. L. Schumpert, black brocade
satin, jet lace, red polpics, diiamonds.
Mrs. James Mcintosh, black Hiatin,
jet trimming, diamonds.
Mrs. S. B. Jones, 'fray crepon, pink
Mrs. M. A. 10vans black silk, white
lace, white roses.
Mrs. Brown, gray silk, black chiffon,
Mrs. F. A. Schumpert, pfik silk,
black lace, r-ubies.
Mrs. Peter- robertson, pinkI organd1ie,
white lace, p)ink roses
Mrs. James Culbreath, black silk,
Mrs. C. L. Ilcase, cream brocade
silk, cream satin ribbon, pecarIs.
Mrs. (olemann, black silk, rare lace,
Mriis. D). D)avenport, pinuk silk, white
chiffon, lace, pinuk flowers.
Mrs. H. HI. 1Fvans, heliotrope organ
die, lilac ribbon, white r'oses, pearls.
Mrs. George JTohnstone, blne foulard
silk, chiffon, lace, dliamiTonds.
Mr's. Pawley, red silk, cream lace,
Mrs. C. Trabert, white cloth, bro
cade bodice, lace, Marechal Neil roses.
Mrs. 1. M. 1'lvans, heliotrope foulard
silk, white folarLid vest, white feather
trimming, >)ink flowers, (1iamiond1s.
Mrs. L. V. Floyd, white accord ion
p)leiLted skirt of white silk mull, white
t.a>peta waist, ribbion sash, white roses.
Miss Stackhouse, black silk, jct t,rim
ming, lae'e, red( r. ses.
Mris. Virginia Young, cream silk,
mnous dle loine', (1e soire trimming, dia
Mrs i. Ih-istow, p)earil silk, laWck mons11
Heand your address to if. 10. Buckien
& CJo., Chicago, and get, a free samlIe
box of Dr. King's New Life Pi's. A
-trial will con vince you of their incelits.
.ihese pill., are easy in ac'ion andi are
particularly efl'ective ini t,he cure of
U onstipation and Hick IIeadache. For
- Malaria and Liver troubles they have
a been proved invaluable. They are
) guarantLeed to be perfectly free from
I every decleterioud substance and to lbe
purely vegetabile. They do not weakeni
by their action, but by giving touie to
- s tomaoh andl bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Regular size 2'5c. per box.
Rold hy Robertson & nilrer, Dru..i~its.
(eebt-ated for its great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Agsures
the food against alum and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
ROYAL HA KIING POWDERCo.,N'W YORK
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET,
I.I. TIE NEVS OF A LIVE ANND PRO
speolal Coi responllonco lirnid and News.)
Uncle 1Uek Cannon, who his been
!onflned to his home for soie days, Is
tble to be l) and out agaitin.
Dr. Hunter io improving and we hope
'o seo him out, nexL week.
We a(e paineld to announce the death
>f Aunt Lizzie 1Hunter, aunt of Rev. J.
.. Sligh and s vster of Aunt Kate
floore. Mrs. Hunter was on her Way to
M1r. Sligh's when the mule became
rightoned and being on the down
rrade of the hill at or near Mr. J. It.
Watts' the wheel struck a protruding
lank of the bridge and threw her out,
'rom which she received injurles that,
-esulted in her dleath on 'Monday. She
ils laid to rest Tuesday.
Dr. .1. 13. Lingford 'etlrlnC(l to h1is
.iome att SWInSCIL last week.
Mr. (larance Stewart retuiied from
,he Davis M ilitary School on last Moll
Hon). A1t,ht- Kihler was in town on
rues(iay in the inter4est of is insur
Squire John Simpson has boen limp
ng aroun1d for the past week, suiferinlg
All are invited to attend the Graded
ichool exeises oi .1 tile 9-10.
The inedals for the 7th. 8th and 9th
rVildes are oil exiibition at Kohn's
1rug store. St.ep in and take a peep
it, them. They are pretty.
Tihe youg mens prayer meeting at
Arace church Will Study tle c.utses
Ahat led to the Reformation inl the ith
Newberry Confilce will vonveno
in Grace church P"riday, 28th. A full
xtteidanc is oxpecled.
A num111ber of om' Citizens went to Co
lumbia oil the excursion on Saturday.
Mir. David DeWIalt canme ip from1 Co
luimbia Friday sick but is out again.
H1e will return in the near future.
The pulpit of the A. It. '. church
will be 1llied by some vOi iitinig tmeimber'
,f the C2onferecnce. ltev. K(irkpatrick
will priCieh in your city on Sunday.
Rtev. WV. L. Darr., of North Carolitia,
Lad Aliss Lilla SIligh, daughteir of Iitev.
'I. A. Sligh, will be married to-day at,
the home of the bride's father.
Mr's. Lizzie I lunter wa&s the last (of
three sisters. and strange to relate that
all three (lied within six weeks. Alrs.
Glasgowv died at l.acolet, Mrs. Kate
Moore three weeks later unear' Pros
peCrity, and Mr's. Hu[tnter in just three
weeks fronm Aunt, Katie's (lenth. Al
t,hough sep)aratedl in thiis life they are
uniiteid in death.
Mr. D). D. Little of Pacolet Manufac
Luring Co. spent two days in towna last
The P rospeirity -High School Associ
ation wil hold1( the aniual mieetinig on
Friiday, June 11th, at -1 o'clock p. in. to
elect three trustees and tiansact such
other business as may conie before
Rtev. D)r. Uiallman was called on
wvithin the p)ast week to b)ury two very
old ladiels, .\i's. Anna (Ch llapma, wife
of Col. Chapman neair P omairia, andi
Mrs. JTohni Whitman of the St,. Luke's
community who was buried TJhursday
at the Chapman grnaveyard(.
Having equipp1ed my gallery
with the latest impr)1oved facilitiesi,
I amn prepared to make
and1( ltt sityles of finish.
Copying, Enlhrging and
Portraits in Crayon
at Lowest Prices consistent withl
Newborry, S. 0.
Items from Long Iatiie.
1 wIts our sad duty tyid ph-tasuiie t
he at the home and attend tho burial
services of Wililam Th11omas ('1itsle,
the infait isou of Mr. aid Mrs. W. T.
('olid. H1ow sad it It f4:r paren's to
108 a child, esplecially their ilrtt horn
and only son. These darling little
babes that collie to uts and go with only
looks ,f recognition and love, that
sever live to spetlk to use, It so ofteii
seollis that, It were better had they not,
e ,wne alt all, yet how they do A (tel ti
heart and what ia linik they fori be
two u1 Is and 1leav-n1. Aid its lrof
A. J. 13oweri said In his appropriae
remilatrkC onl Uhis occatsion, "their. work
Is finished," the Inlilueee that ( oil
gave them has beei wielded and otiw
pool inlds are illapable of seeing how
fair it extends. We (lil but recall the-w
wol4* of tile mother, "I will uever,
never elasp my baby to ty heart.
aigain!" Al! mother, it is ideed too
ile that you never will lgaill 11 ('arth,
b)uit do nit forget that you tay hold
there through the Ceaseless ages of
aternity a fairer, lovelier angel baby.
Do not let 1us grieve over. the little
>ne but reimiember that "the day of
10 s death is bh tter than the day of
is birth" and that Jesis siid, "iif
er the little children to colle lunto me1c
1id forbid t.hem 310nt for o su1c is t,he
cingdom of Iivei." N ITA.
April 21, 1897.
11tcklon's Arntiea Salve.
ho best 19alve in tihe world for Cuts,
1lruises, Horcs, eliens, Salt RheumI,
hiver Sores, Tetter, ('lha )pId 1iland(s,
'hilbluln, Corns, ld 11 ll kin Irup
lons, and pohitively cIue' Pis, or 1to
may required. It is gutranttieed to give
wrfect tkisraction or money ilrklnded.
['rice 25 cents per box. F"or sale by
ltobertson & Wider.
Im1ma1 Meilli of Stockiolirs of tlo
NowborTy Buildmai antl Nveston11t
EIll M"GU,Al MI IN.PTIN ( )P
tlle StOcdhIolders of tlie Newherryi. t
Illilding and nvtnetomaywill
)V held il the Councwil ( 'ham1laars oil
l'esdty, ihe 8th day of .ulue, 1897, at.
il t. mt).
All stocholder4 are uiged to be.
wresent, cie iter son or h y jwOxy.
1. I0. W.AM:I, 'a resid'nt.
Secretary and Treastier. I. 3u
I have securedt a first-class workilnl
in plumbing and electric worlk. I will
b ready to do lnly liad of work inl
ltove Iranches when tle tih3ne coies.
I shall stri-e to please ill every aity.
titd every job multst, give satisfaction.
WVill lan pleased to mailike estia littes frov
attis. 1 3u fully eqipped to do
Nnamileling, 11-lrin , \'ulltandiIg,
Turini61ig aild all ot.her hieyele work. I
keep a full suipply of hiey'le stridrios.
S'toves lay the car af, all prices.
I have received anluy hind favors
ri-om, t,i people of Ni 1.wery in
paLst., for~ which 1 am31 truily gratefaul.
I as5k for aL tiial ia thiese niew~Iaia banches
if my13 buasiness.
SJ W. WHITE.
T HE EQ
OF THE UNT
Assets . . . .
I por3 cenlt.. Stuialar),
and all other
Liabilities .. .J
Surplus, 4 por cent,..
The Society has8 paidl $253,9)50,35 I
no0w hiold:s $210,773,947 of Assets
malking a1 ttal of $170,730,298. Th'l
1han3 38 years from its organizat ion,
other companltty htas patid and1( aIccumui
of its history. T1heo Ecquitale write's
w,ant--T '1ontinoe, Annual Distribut iotn,
T1ormn, any othIer forms of policies.
Catll anid 00oo1 me fore assur31ing ye
'VT Equiitale is absolutely saife, a
findIt it to their interest, to extamino it
Thie Eqitable1)h issues policies (on b)
A, \)era |d'cep(or
Wlri\etr4 "ror\'- 7jeweled pyir\
Watel\eep Are fh\,e v'ery beW Warci\e3
n\a,de.- We alw..yy carryif\er,a)o~ a 'rr,e
goodi clear glaiss, giroiitd sinoath arolu
ustos the chleapl)no is330 1ecsi0C35t ated
it., oir uso0 a str'on'ger hens which harm'ii
the eye. Glo:l Spectncles imfprop)J)
After 3() years ini thte buisineoss I fin
hatve anf inistrumnent for testing itnpe11
W. L. Douglas $3 Shoe.
Stylish. durable. perfect fitting.
Endorsed by ver e.t0.000 Wearers.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
Shoes are the productions of skilled
workmen, from the best material s
sible at these prices. Also $2.50 and $2
Shoes for Men, $2.50, $2and $1.75 Boys
WVe time ottlythe best Calf, It iisl Cal, Frenich
Iitt,i Cal.f, F're*nch Eiiait~e, Vilet Kidl. etc.,
ipt corresw)wl w*itit pricestifthositoes.
I(d titer vattitut su)po.y yo,write
Catalo free. W. L. DOUGLAS,Brockton, Mass.
0. M. JAMIESON.
To close the wusiness.
All Goods sold
1111 VA 1
(JALL AT ONCE
Anil Secure fMa Bargainss
Now111 [lie TiM0
F 1 ill '
N , o -. :n I
N iC( W i I i .i Pres i i.
.C o r0 :. 1 (1)pili(.uwn.
.x 1, 1A307.
. . $216,773,947
. . . 173,496,7lta
. . . $43,~277 179
ice . .$915 102 070
to its potlicy htoldeIrs, andit in mQlitiOll
(of which $ 13.277, I79 is $Surphlu,,
is recor ct1 overmlg aIi peiodl of I ('.5
is over $2 I2,7h;C, C i It)( mo r l lilt V
lated within thI le correpni'( Jiiiis.
any.~, form of poJiClicyte aissuried m
Endow ent, GuaranVteed(Jah.
uri lives ll(ewher..
H phosi' beOfore ta.king~ ont a* . y,
>Lh nedLe and5 fer e liv~es.
UR KIBLER, Agent.
The l'e, of all chieap1 speelaebt to
ari'se i stae ont ('f dhing~y glaes bty at
die t liat i- sameo shapje of I hi' h. is
at ih (C of miolte ( gl ass: is pass(ed
iundeor it by ma:chinry: i lJeis~~
ih - suirfiios (f ioe lense;s irrla'tir,
Iven andio piohlih d , and thCei eye C ihet,
to sulyI) thte refraetii 'o hs ih'tins
H . ith re.itin and hstenls t he dss.ny ori
l .Johnsioni's iimkIe is I ihe C, an I ive
fie ( .vision a1