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1orrooted every Tuesday Und Friday
ly Summer Bros.
MAeat... ..................... 5(
Shouldors ........................... ni(a) 1c.
Ileoit Lard ............... 7(8o.
Best Molasses. ................... 40(50c.
Good Molasses...... 25@35.
Co n .................. ...... 50.
A eal .......... . . ......... ........... 550.
Wheat Uran.... $00.
PatentFlour .................. $5.75.
idBest Flour............ $5.25.
Strait Flour ........................ $4.90.
Good Ordinary Flour ........... V.504.5
ug r ................. ..... .........
R i -... --........ .-- ..-- VC.
Colyce----- ........ 1 2)(2
Cotton , or sack... $1.10
H ult ......... ........... 25c.
utter, per th ..................... 15( 20e.
Eggs, per dozen :..... .... 10121o.
Chickene, each.............. 16025o.
Peas, por bushel....... ..... 6000.
Corn, per bushel.. .......... 50c.
Oats, per bushel................. 35R5Oc.
Sweet potatoes ................... 00.
Turkeys, per lb ............ 8c.
Podd(r, per cwt ................. 721000.
Lost or Mislaid.
A small Japan, tin box, marked "Al
fred Denson." The finder will be re
wiarded by le"Vinig the same at this
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
ton lwCShen GROVE S'PASTELESCIL
TONIO is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is autlorized to refund
t.he money in every caso where it fails
to cure. Price 50 cents. f.ly
1. W. Reeder will sell you Soda t pl
pounds for 25 ets. PA
given On Juie 19th
att Deadfall by the pupils and friends of
Rev. J. 10. Johnston's school, and an
enjoyable affair is anticipated by all
The lodern Reauty
Thrives on good food and sunalsline.
vith pleuty of exercise in the open
air. Her form glows with health and
her face blooms with its beauty. If
her system needs the cleansing action
of a laxative remedy, she uses' the
gentle and pleasant Syrup of Figs.
Made' by the California Fig Syrup
The place to buy your Molasses at
20, 25, 35, 40 and 50 ets. is at J. W.
Reeder's. f. 3m.
Consul Johustone's Return.
lon. J. Malcolm Johnston, U. S.
consul to Pernambuco, Brazil, return
ed to this city last Wednesday.
We are glad to see him back again
after his long absonce, and it is a pleas
ure to know that a citizen of Newberry
has so ably represented the interests of
our government iI one of the South
Mothers will flnd Chamberlain's
'Cough Remedy especially valualble for
-croup and whooping cough. It will
give prompt relief and ls safe and
pleasaut. We have sold It for several
years and it has never failed to give the
most perfect satisfactIon. 0. WV. Rich
ardu, Duq1uesne, Pa. Sold by WV. E.
Money to Lenad
F"or Building purposes. Apply to
f. tf. G. G. SALE.
-1The following are the members of
'the Board of IIcalth of the towvn of
Helena, with their~ terms of oiee:
1. II. G reneker, Sr., five years; C. .J.
/Zobel, four years; .J. Y. Wilbur, three
years; J1. Z. Salter, two years; JT. ..
Wat,ts, ong year.
40 a F. Glenn has been elected
clerkc and treasurer of the town.
Mr. Jiames Perdute, an old1 soldier re
-siuding at Monroe, Michi , was severely
o ll eted with rheumatism biut recelived
promp)t relief from pafiu hy using
Chiamuberlain's Paiun Balm lie says:
"At times my back would ache so bad
ly that I could hardly raise up.) If I
had no,t. gotten relief I w~ould tnt be
here' to write these few lines. tham
bierlaint's Paini Balm has (done me a
great dteal of goodl and I feel very
thiankfuil for it." For sale by WV. E.
1 oanuoke, Va., Jiune 2. -'['he eflet of
-[he recet, eathlqluake is said to have
been demenoralizing to the pleP' of
( iles Count,y, many' of wvhom are pre
paring to make their home here.
Angel Mountain is saidl to be badly
erackecd and nearly all the wa'mter has
been ( drainmed oiutI or the miountaini lake.
It, is also said that t,he salt wells at,
S~altv ille, Smnytho Coutnty, have dried
Ar Infants and Children,
The tao- ~1c
A GREAT FORCE
us that of habit. Perhaps you
have b)een trading with Mr. Some
one else so long, that it has be
come a fixed habit with you. Re
membler "variety is the spice of
life," and no one grocery store
has all the nice cheap goods.
"There are others." We are one
among the many. Popular prices
are ours. COUNTS & DIOKERT,
Lower Main St., near Depot.
Wanated to Iluy,
At the Newberry Hotel about, one
-dozen turkeys. .Highest market prIce
n)ald. f. it
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Jalutevon is having a slaughter sale
of shoes and is clearing out splendid
straw hats at "givo away" prices.
Miss Nettio Cable, one of Loxing
ton conify's fascinating and popular
belk ,lIs visiting friends in Newberry.
-Le ~ngton Dispatch.
~ The orimary for the seledtfon of a
United States .Senator will be held
about the 15th Septembe, according to
Chairman D. H. TompkIis.-Edgelld
T)lo annial inspection of the New
beri Fire Department oil Tuesday at
tern 1.wag very orpditable, and now
tIk ho water works are so near at
'hand-a greater interest in the compan
iea will be manifest on all sides. Lot
us always encourage the fire laddies.
M r. John T. Patrick, General Indus
trial Agent of the Seaboard Air Line,
was in Newborrv yesterday. le came
to attend the meeting of the Home Mu
tul InsllaicO COmpany, and we regret
that his stay was so short, as he left on
the noon train for his home at South
ern Pines, N. . He is an energetic
and intelligent gentleman, and is do
Ing much to help develop Southerm re
Miss Margaret Humphreys of Lan
caster is visiting at Hon. 0. L. Sclium
Mis Laura Irby of Laurens spent a
few days in the city visiting Miss Lan
Mikses Thyra Schumpert, Bornice
Matil, and inda Welch are home to
lold the vacation, from the Woman's
College in Columbia.
Miss 1s. Lilla Kibler, who has bcen
teaching in the graded school at
Orangoburg, has et.nrned to spend the
summer. months here.
Mrs. Dukes of Alabama is visiting in
Dr. 0. B. Mayer left last Monday to
attend the National Medical Associa
tion at Phildelphlia.
Mr. -U. B. Whites of Atlanta passed
through the city last Wednesday.
Mr. Eugene S. 1l31ase. a recent grad
uate of Newberry College, has boon
elected editor of the Saludia Sentinel.
We Wish himin much success in his new
field of labor.
Mrs. W. J. Lak returned on Molnday
from a visit to ler' dau'ghter, Mrs. J.
P. 'Fielder, of Moore, tQll Spartal
Mr. 1. E. Rico and Mr. - Hill,
of Union, attended the the meeting of
the Home Mital in the city yesterday.
Mr. C. -. Ramage one of Saludn's
bright young men, who expects to enter
the law profession in his new county
soon, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Hattie Leavell is home from the
Woman's College in Iichimond.
lon. 0' L. Schumpert has gone to
the new County of Cherokee on legal
Miss LottiC Dluncan of Columbia is
visiting in Nowheirry.
Mr's. .J. D). WVooten, and children of
Columbia, are on a visit to her' brother'
Mr'. W. S. Mann.
Mr. J1. M. Hampton, one of Laurens'
substantial citizens, is ini Newvberriy in
the interest of a map company.
Now is the time to provide yourself
and family wi hi a bot Lie of Chamber
lain's Colic, Choilera and D)iarrhoea
Remedy as a safeiguaird againust p~n at
tack of bowvel comlhplailnt during the
summier miont,bs. I t costs but 25 cents
and is almiost sure to be needed before
the summer Is over'. This remedy
never fails, even in tho most severe
cases, and is in fact. the onily prepara
t that enn11 al ways be dependied upon01.
WVhen reduced with water it is p1 eus
ant to take. For sak' by WV. E. Pel
Columbia Bicycles for sale. Tires
on Ladies' Wheels inflatred and1 exam
ined free of charge. Repair'ing of all
f. tf. A gent.
We Rise to Remark
that it is fly time, and to re..
mfind you that the best tihing
yet in vented1 for catching' flies
is STICKY FLY PAPER.
T1he manu facturoers have impr)ioved
their panper' for this season. It sticks
botter' and1 catches more files. We have
tested its st'cking qlualities. It is also
cheaperCi. WVo always keep a full stock
ROB13ERTSON & GH I CR, Dru'ggists.
On theo coiner. I-. A f.ly
A Vetieriry Forge
I have just oplened to the pub~lic foi'
Shooing HIorses and1( Mules, in connec
tion wvi th my priactice. I per'sonally
inispec't tno feet and( shoeing to correct,
all dlefects andI vices, without extra
charge. See me.
Mi'. Pool's Old Shop, just below
Brown's Stables. M. F. KE~NEL1EY,
f.&t.tf Veterinaev Surgeon.
What Water will Cost.
The gniisioilers of Public Workl
at a redo'nt meeting considered th
zptter of charges for water from th
public works, and while they have no
definitely decided, the following figure
will probably be adopted:
Fivst faucet, domestic, $8 per year
second faccet additional, $2; third an
all additional $1 each; yard hydrani
Barber Shop, $5 for one chair, $2.5
for each additional.
Blacksmith Shops, $5 first forge, $
for each additional.
Drug Stores, $8.
Photograph Gallery, $8.
Soda Foniit-ains, excopt continulou
streams, $1 per month.
-Bcd rooms, other than dwellings
only for use of occupants, $3.
Sprinkling street in front of stores
for season, $2.
Six Lights, Incandeseent, per month
$3.-Observer. 2d Inst.
Graded School Teachers.
The Board of Trustees of the Gradet
School met yesterday afternoon anI
elected teachers for the nex term
with the following reIsult:
W. H. Wallace, Suporintendent.
Teachers-IIrs. W. Y. Fair, Mr. E
A. Carlisle, Misses Carrie M. Godfrey
lnla Jones, Carrie Aull, Lizzle Domi
nick and Emily Smith.
Pive teachers were re-clected am(
two new ones-the latter being Mis
Dominick, of Newberry, and MisF
Smith, daughter of the tev. W. Cut
tino Smith, and who is now taking 1
post-grailduato course at. Wint.hrop a(l
is assistant instructor in Lat,in and Eltn
Junius Fox, the infant son of Mr. al
Mrs. Wim. Johnson, died at their homi
in Calhoun street, aged nine month
after an illness of one week.
The funeral will take place this after
noon at I o,clock, with service at ti
grave. Interment in Hosemont, Come
Mr. John G. Barrett, aged thirty
five years, died of congestion yesterda;
after a very short illness. He worke
in the Factory Machine Shops and wa
one of their best machinists. i1s reia
tives at Langley have been notified o
his sudden death. Interment at Rose
mont cemnetery to-day.
It it required an annual outlay o
$100.00 to insure a family against. an:
serious -consequences from an attack o
bowel complaint during ti,e year ther
are many who would feel it their dut3
to pay it; that they could not aflord t(
risk their lives, anid those of theli
family for such an amount. An
one can get this lisurance for 25 cents
that being the price of a bottle o
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoen Remedy. In-talmost every neigh
borhood some one has died from at,
attack of bowel complaint before med
icine could bo proeured or a physiclar
sumnmonedi. One or twi dloses of til
remedy willl cure any ordinary case
It. never fails. Can you affordl to tak
the risk for so small an amlountt? Fo
sale by W. EA. Pelham, DruggIsts.
GIT UP lAND GIT !
Commencing M%ay 1W
we will offer certair
lines of our.
AT GREATLY REDUCEDI PRICES FOR
The line of goods wil
be changed each day,
Be sure and call as yoL
may find the article
A\leombers of tihe Newberry Bicych
Association are requlested to attend am
h nportantt meettinOg on) Aonday, 8.3t
p. mn., ini the 0111cc of S. S. Cu nnin g
ham, Esq. Euoll att.tenldance dlesired.
Carbonated Li th ia Water,
Sold to theo Wholosale anm
Retail trad1e at lowes~t Prices by
S. B. Jon1es,
Agent for Newborry.
Never fails to relievo "Sum
meor Comlaintso," suuchi as D)ys
entery, Diarrhoea, etc.
Price 25c a bottle.
M. F. KENELEY,
OR(ADUIATE OF. AMER( VETRI:BNA mY ('0L
EiQUINE DENTIST1 AND) RIIOL1NO (RImO
A LL DISEASES O1" IHORSl
andl catli treated accoring to thi
latest scion tlile methods(b. Specca' at
tention givein to the t reat tmnt of dis
eases of tihe eye and teeth. Charge
Cian bo found at A. T. Brown's Sta
hioa. Newberry. R. (.
THIC HOMI MUTUAL.
4 1nnal Meeting In Newberr Yesterday
A Succeussul Iusuraoce Clmpny.
t The first annual meeting of the
s stockholders of the Home Mutual Fire
Protection Association was held in
; council chambers yesterday. h1r. Thos.
F 1. Harmon, the general agent, called
, the imeetiIg to order, and nominated
Mr. J. N. Martin for chairman. Mr.
Martin was elected, also Mr. M. A.
3 Carlisle, secretary. Several stock
holders from abroad wore pre-ct.t,
I besides resident members, and a largo
mnnber were represented by proxy.
Mr. Foster N. Martin, treasurer,
made an encouraging report, showlug
th.. all losses by fire adjusted to date
had oeen paid, and several losses yet to
5 be adjusted could be also met without
making an assessment. No assessment
, was made during the year.
Mr. Harmon made a statPlment of the
, work, and showed that the association
is meeting with success. About one
hundred local agents are now a- work
and the iembership is rapidly increau
Ing. 'It now numbers upwards of seven
hundred, and among the stockholders
are some of the most proifneint business
men in different parts of tihe State.
Mr. John T. Patrick, of the I -aboard
Air Line, was present, an( being in
vited to the privileges of the floor,
made a short but interesting talk, urg
Ing Co-operation among oue people.as
the only way in which to develop the
South, and commonding the Home Mu
tual as one of tohe means to so desirable
ain end. Mr. Patrick received general
applause for his encouraging words.
Tie oflleers of the association are:
.1. N. Marti, president; Thos. F'. I1ar
mon, general agent; F. N. Martin,
treasurer; M. A. Car'lse, attorney:
M. A. Carlisle, Jas. N. Martin, C. bl.
Sumer, F. N. Martin, Thos. F. Hlar
mon, d irectors.
There is no doubt, that the Home Miu
tual is coming to the front.
Dispetsiry 1Has 870,000 for Puulic Seiools.
[Special News and Courier.j
Columbia, June 3.--During the morn
ring sCssson of the Board of Control the
Comptroller General called oil the
board and requested them to state
what amount they could give to the
school fund. Col Jones stated thut he
thought, about $70,000. He saiUd that
$60,000 had been promiseil, but lie
thought, it just as safe to promise $70,
000 for that could be given.
Air. Williams suggested that the
whole matter be referred to .Jludge Si
onton, which created laughter.
, Lowever, Alr. Norton was assured of
r $70,000 for the school fund, and if lie
gets that much he will not have to
lovy the extra tax for school pirpos
fAith a better understanding of the
Ttran sient nature of the many phiys
ical ills, which vanish before proper ef
forts-gentle efforts-pleasant cfforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the kcnowvledge, that so many forms of
sickness are not due tn any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly r:emoves. Trhat is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemned so highly by all
who value good health. Its beneflcial
effects are (tue to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its benie
-ficial effects, to note when you pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
alnl reput able druggists.
If in t,he enijoyimnt of good1 health,
and the systemn is regular, laxatives or
other remedhies are then not neceded. If
afflicted with any actual dhisease, onle
may be commended to th.- most skillful
physicians, but if In need of at laxative,
one should have the be:;t, and with the
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest aLnd is most largely
used andi gives most gene ral saLtisfaction.
NOT LOOKING WELL!
NOT FEELING WELL!
This~1 prep)aration is a comnbinaftion
of drugs having alterat ivo, tonic
-stimulant and Jaxativo action.
It contains three dirugs which thme
medlient profession recomnmend for
skin diseases, Scrofulous affections.
D)yspopsia, Liver Complaints, Rlhen
It is carefully p)repareod from theo
p)ures.t driug.s and is sold at 75 cords
a bottle at,
Robes/son & Gilder's
10,000 lbms. D)ry hildes. H ighest eash
price paid for themi.
fAL. 2m. RSuuEn JRunO.
Celebraled for Its %reat leavening
istrength and licalthfulnem. Assures
the food against alum and all forem of
adulteratioit common to tho cheap
IOYAL BAKINO POWDERM0.,NEW YORK
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET,
ALL THE NEVS OF A LIVE ANI) P1O
[Speoial Coirompondoueolleritd ant N .w I |
We wer-e ulessed on Wednesday ev
ening with at good Itin Id crops ar-0
cefl'ispondin gly r'ejoi!n g.
Ai old nogro man up near Mbenezer
Camop G.roun01d seetion dropped dead
Wednesday morning. We have not
learned the C-ise.
During the 'icavy I-alin and th1unuler
tormn of Wedteesday evening it negro
woman nli arti old F'oney Ilattery was
struk by lightn'ing. I have not heard
u) to this writing if it. vill he fatal,
There were several very shavp peals of
thunder antid we look to hear n)f some
There has beon rumors of an attempt
ed I'LL) Ol It Ilegro Wotnan1,1 just Oin thi
outskirts of town. Aid from the Iast
reporti the aceused had taken, or
Iather given, l'g bail. Good ridance
There is a l oabili.y of our nine
erossiig bats wIt. L- l,ee,viIC on the lat
ter's diamond on next Tutesday. We hope
to see someic gaines helre is18 Seatsonl.
1oys, dJonl't, (o all yoIr pIlayiig away
from nhomile. Let your ownt eo)t,o,ie (!It
joy 3oui plyinlg its well ias stranger's.
Success to you, boys.
Mr. Editor, notes writtvin for PrH
daty's paper not gevtting. out t.illTus
dIy Makes them Eouud nditIl read a little
antiquiated. Can't you do better? 1ut
I guess I will have to exelse you this
timeic, its you were junklhet.ing and hob
nobbing with large Isanes all the pist,
week and the notes of your litt,le cross
roads scribbler were not to be consid
cred. A president of the South Carolina
Press Associat.ion th ree times, sasshay
inlg with te gover)or of Tennessee
and i'lenltenitnt. Governor of South Clar
olina, Is gett,Ing to he a pretty big man1m,
but '"twas ever thius."
There is rpilte a nice lot of improve
ments going On inl towin. A number of
ne0w houses0 have been built andi others
are going up1. lIn some) future letter
we will endeavor t.o g've you the list.
We aire niot onl a boonm but, the growt,h
is graduatl. Mr. Taylor wvill complete
his hquse in the niear~ fuiture anid oth
ers will be built.
Our well men03 ar~e hard att work agin
anid replort incrteatsed flow of wat er. WVe
hope to see a sutlleient, flow to enable
us to have wvat eT works att some day~ in
the nIot, (d istant, fututre.
It sems its t hough our telephone con
nleetion)s are to be0 delayed. We had
hol ed to have It upl by .July. but alats!
we will niot, uniless we get a b -fier move
Miss Crosler Welch, of fI[elena, has
been visitintg in) town), the guest. of
Misses Minn)) iit and essie liowers.
Our lloard of lHealt,h niet last week
anid organized by electinug Drm. J. H.
Simipson ChaIirman)l, T1. 1L. Selhumpnert,
Miss ICssie lHoland, of Little MounR
tain), hats been) 0on a visit to her brother,
D). WV. lolanid. the genial and accomo
dattinlg agent, (If the ( ., N. & L,. lt. 11.
Your scibel felt, his first, earthquakde
shock on Monday. It, dlid not Lake him
long to realize what it was. We were
niot iat hom'le when the grett quakeIC (of
'86 occurred, being n)orth at, tihe thnle.
I guess If it was mnuch harder thitn tbhIs
one) there was an excuse for tile idea
that the judgment (1ay3 had come.
Mr. 1U. TP. 'aynes and wife, nee M iss
Mattde St,eek, weCre vislit,ing Inl towii
from last IEriday to Monday, thne guest.
of Mr. L. S. H owers. Mr. .Jaynes IS ed
itor (of the Keowee C.ourier anid had
been In attendlance upon tile State Press
Associat,ion. IIe is a v'ery3 leaCsant genl
t,leman 1and( occuiles It hIgh pIosition at
the WalhallIa barI. WVe were glad( to
welcome h10i n is good lady, and2( In
vit,e t,bem to comie aginI. IProsperit,y's
latch st ings hang on the outside. Come.
A fter all the shak intg and clu bbinug
and1( wYorryling there has1 onIly one plIum
fallen from the Illepubl Iicn aminist ra
tion! into the outstretched palm (of at
South CarolinIian. (.. M. MafYet t, for
mrly3 of this lacet, has been 1land1edl ini
the TJreasury department. IIlis place
at the ie coun lter' Is quickly3 fil led wit.hi
atnothler expectant, faith ful, one want
lng ia slice. MiYfett, was priesidlent oIf
the InIterstatte Itepulllicanl Associattionl
of Wash inIgtonI. A ver~y hiigh soilund ing
namtie, anld perhaptls hielped2( him I (obt alin
his slice s(o ear'ly. iIe can~ sit~ on the
fence andl watch the scramblle.
We are in r'eceipt of a "'Hilly l)oo''
annloulncing tihe mnairriage of Mr'. 11. L.
Whites, formerly oIf I 'rosperity, now
of .\tlanta, to Miss Maggie Sheppard,
diaughter of WV. \V. Sh)eppaird, oIf Ceon
tral Mills, AlIa., Wednesday, Jumne 9t.h.
MI e. Whites and bride will arrive', (Ir atre
exnleted to airive ini 1'i'O5Ie1t OIl
Saturday, Jute 12th. We extenld con.
we learn that Mrs. it. W. Atajot, has
pureliased that nice builtling lot be
tween the Methodist parsonago jinld
Nlr- J. t. Hlitinter's residence, and will
buildt a nice modern cottake thereon at
Once. Ve are glad to see the gooti
work going on.
Ot Sunday marshal xeo. S. Mir
chant is a terror to crowds who con
gregate on the streets oi Suniday.
Ills net landed several, not In good fat
jobs liko Mafett's in the treasury de
partment, but li the clutches (-f the
Lown council, anIld of colise the amount
of cash in their tretsury weint dowi
like the cash did in the United States
t'easury ii udel (leveland, atd the
town's treatsuriy will be co'respontligly
i-108ed it lit Jolin Bull.
Our City fathers are iA k 1g an effort
have all the ordinances en folrced and
are succeeding niecelv. Kieep tip the
work gentlemen, it Is neededl. Push
otur towIn to the front an( thitii ke'> it.
there. We are not its big as some but
The Newberry Conference met iI
Oraco chiurch on last Ftiday. Tho
following clerical minbebrs weo pres,
ent; Rev. .1. G. Suhaid, Walh1alla; Revs.
J. B. Fox, Ph. 1)., A. . Voigt, 1). ).,
of Newberi'y; Ievs. 1). I. llowles, of
l'oinarit; U1. I'. Coints, 1Uitt.le 1loun
OtaIn; C". S. leartln, St ILu11ke's: Z. \V.
B3edenbaugh, lrosperity and Ir. I all
Illan, pIastorI loCi. AIIonjg the lay dele
gates we noticed Capt. If. II. Folk
Profs. W. A. Counts atlld A. 1,". 1'. jie
otinaugh, Messrs. L. I). MAl-r-is, [I. c.
Hlolloway, R. J. Kohnl, .1. C. 11. Foellers
atnd ot,hers. The progritmiile as pob
lisheI was tak"en 111p anid t,he topics
were pwetty well dl5t'isui..d. I '-of. (eo.
B. Croietn was present on t ridity aid
added imuch to the iiter-est.. lion.
AMtur Kille' wits Ilso IreseIt as It
delegate froit I11thelr (Alapel. A numi
ber of .-he churches were not, repre
bentel and it inumber of the min isite'lrs
were ablstint. RCev. seblli prentehe<d
Iriday p. In., Dr, Fox Sat.1i-utay N. Iml.,
ItCV. Z. W%. S1 tbaugh umlay a. Iml.
Itev. J. 1). lowles Illm Iterv. Kirk
patrick's pulpit oin Sillilay. It. T.
.,tynes, l,s.. of WalIaal, it nl A. P, I'.
Hidenbauign mittle the tIalks to the
Sunday-school. Tht. siiiday voll'ctionl
wits doniatted to the fund for it iiivmii1orial
windLowl' to the 11MeOry of I -eV. I )'.
Sieltzer, to-be piaed inl the 11-nW Il
theran cchor'i in Newherr.v
- We notewith pleasurve i'that a simupl
ita of justice is likely to be dlonle by
the Congress of the liniited States in
in voting an api'opriait.ionl to N'ewb"1urr'Y.
Colle'ge to Iiak I'e'patinttioli for the
lamage tionie by hier t.opS whe the
college buoilin g was occulpit'd by t.hcim.
We tiut,1 [lth lower hou-o will pass it
this time. We tliinkIC thlis is notlhinlg
hi trig!t. ald $15,M) will be bit smalI
compensation for the loss sustaied by
the college. I,et us hope, although
justice hIas br'-i de'lIty0d, it will still
conic, ttid will bo all the imore swet'r
for' hiavinig hi1( It) wait ,( lg. 1o
mote it he.
The A. It. 1'. congriegittion ha11's pm.r
chaitsed a beltutifil Miller organ. mi'11
its sweet tones will be hearid leading
)the services each L.ord's day.
All outr sick folks ir'e improving.
Dr. Huinter wits down town We1ies
day. 'Il'na, t.he little diaughteir of IMr.
.1. 1. Wise, h, imiproving, soj is Alts.
.ino. It. I"llrs- iShe is able % he tilp
and out a littil. Mrs. Nlttllews is
doinp as well is coulihl le expote.d.
All the othert's are u1( tinld Oli, tagaiti we
Capt. U1. 11. Whites, the uliqpiitous.
drummeri fo' the At tanta SItm ('Lndiy
Coillaly, hits been inl ttowi and has
sweeAtenedl all the bioys antd a ittnuber
the gIils too. "(Catppen"' knows 1ow to
g et on the gcoed side of the Ii t.le feolks.
He wits wating to buiy cite Ii t,le giirl
when she I.ohl him heri papa1 couint't.
51pare heri, bunt, go downi to MI r. A Ilven
Wise's lie had lots of themi and lie
coul d get one t here. (Ca:ptaitin gave her'
a Mi Ikado itntd iovedl clT, L.hi laughtIei
(of the crowd following hiim.
MIiss Miarie IHobb is visiting thli s
week in lit,tle MAiiuntini.
Th'e imonthily me'et,ing oif lthe' 1.uthler
Leatgtie wvill be biehll in '( i'a'e e'iehi
''iday inight,. A full attetdacie de
Dri. .1. II. Sinhpsotn bought. a line horse
last Saturuday week itt 1 ol hnbia, andte
had the miiisfoi'tuine to lose it anI iidauy.
Th'lerte seemis to be ia[t atalit y tainioiig
'cliumtbia b ough t horises. lIh. Iliuntve'
lost (one thte satiei wayv lhouil a year'
I )on't, fot'get, t hat thire'oniite'ieemient
t'xerc'Sie of the 'i'ospe'tity (zraded
Scool wvil Ilit' livI ini thie schoiol bii
iiig .Iiune e. Ill, and that thie Itev. I-.
'I'cvans. icitoei- of Triitly churih,ie'li..e
hembida, will ma~kve' elr'csa. I )en'i.
fco'get that, e'veryboidy3 is in vitedi to ih's
featst, of reiason and ilow of sounl. ( 'ome.
Our ice mnt says lie is doeinig. his best
Io keop the town coiol. itnde if ili' he don'i
keepl cool it. will not lie his fauilt.
1"oi salt' by, Ii. (C. latt,hiews, Ne'w
herrty, S. (2. ti,
We will sell c'veryt.hinig ini ihe Ne*w
Yo (rk cost, friomi th1is dhay onil c'loesed
oiit. Theic Statineiy. Ilidwai'', Tllin.
wai'e andI Soap will bei i'eo'i ini hiulk
at c'musler'ialiy lis. As soion as we
cau htive* the store' put, in fit'st c'lass
or'deri we ill shiow it desirale'Iii line
whih these goodis will iiot lhe catried,
itnd we doi not eniie to) iint.erfere wit.h
A. C. Jones.
itute 4, I 197.
Is filled a1gain
with the most (eSin1..
ble an11d newest goods
affioded by the Nort h7
ern n'arkets. Our
buyeirs are jst retur,
ing from New York,
Philadelphia and BaI
tim'ore w mith tlhe
COIld possibly m1ake.
In Wash Fabrics
there is Sim ply no end
to( the variety~t~
that i he miost fastidli
ouls (ould( wishI.
SI yles range fr'omI
the dlaintiest check(s
to t he lar'ge, hand(
W) l caryth1el.
GENTS' FlNE GOODS.
WVe liv~e selected a
beauhltiul line of coI
LADIES' AND CHILDREI4'S
We ar'e v?ery conifidett
that we huve t,he best
ini style and( finish to