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inme Bros, 0
he)d n i....-............. WO We.
H a ... 10(Ib12c.
Best .ae . ..
Beit a.e ........... ..... 4 ( ,
Gluod MOlasses.................. 25(rb35c.
Co.n . .......------ .
H ay.............. . - .0...............0.
Wi eat Bran........................ $1.00.
1st Paten Flour l.................. $5.75.
2nd Best lour .................... $5.25.
Strat 'lur .$1.00.
Stat Vlonr ........................ -$ .0
Good Ordinary Flour ...........3.50(0M.50.
Sugar .........-------- .----.-- . ' 5b o.
R ICO .................. .-- .- .. 8c.
Coffee ........-------. - -.. ' ... ...
Cotton seed meal, per sack... *.10
Hulls, per ewt..## .. 30e.
But ,perlb ..................... .15(i)20c.
, per dozen ................ 1 12je.
i. kene,'eacha................ 15R25c.
> Peas, per bushel... ....... 05@70.
Corn, per bushel.............. 60C.
Oats, per bushel..;............,.. 35(50c.
Sweet potatoes ................. 5 m0c.
Turkey's, per tb ............... 8c.
lodder, per cwt ................. ? q100.
Money to Lend'
For Building purposes. Apply to
f. tf. G. G. SALI-.
Summer school to teach. Special
atteption given to preparation of pupils
for entrance into high !hools and col
leges. References upon application.
Address "X," care Herald and News
For sale at all times and cheap by
t& f tf J. C. M YF.ns.
Trustees of Union Acadepy.
At meeting of tljV pations of Union
4identi'*Waidast Saturday the fol
lowing trustees were recommended to
the county board for appointment:
Wm. Bobb, J. Kinard Epps, N. C.
J. W. Reeder's is the place to buy
your hoes. f. 3m.
Mr. Editor: With your periNsion,
we desire to express our many thank.
to friendjs at Beth Eden for the kind
ness and attention shown I during the
illness and at the death of our baby
Mr. and Mi's. W. T. Cofleld.
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics when GrOvEl TAS'Ti,LlESS CILL.I
TVONIC 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
J. W. Reeder will sell you Soda ten
pounds for 25 ets. f. 3m.
Now for Greenville.
The State Teachers' Association will
mneet in Greenville next week. There
will be a large. attendance of teachers.
Trhe railroads have made a rate of onle
ifare for the round trip, tickets on sale
'on Junie 30 and July 1 good for seven
edays. A special rate of board has been
umade to those teachers who go at the
'opening and remain for the five days.
The railroad fare from Newberry for
ithe round trip is $2.40. Over the
~Southern you go through without
'change of cars.
Mothers will find Chambherlaini's
Coogh Remedly especially valuable for
group and whooping cough. It will
give prompt relief and is safe atd
pleasant. We have sold It for soveral
years and it has never failed to give the
snost perfect eatisfaction. (1. W. RIch
atrds, Du qisne, Pa. Mold by W. .E.
. eham, Juggist. '
Much COw for Saleo.
I have a good ilch cowv for sale
cheap for cash-catlf two-months old.
.'t.&f.4t Geo. Leonhin'th.
A Candidate for thne (Chain 'ing.
Some person entered a window of
1he residence of Mr. T1. E. Epting on
Monday~ night, wenit into the room
where he andihis family wecre asleep
aind took fronm a chair Mr. Eptinig's
truit of cloLhbJ, carried themi into the
yard and wvent through the p)ockets.
Mr. Epting's watch was left in his
vest p)ocket and somei letters and pa
pers were scattered about on the ground
near the clothes, which weie left on a
box near the residence. Thei only thing
missing was the pocket hook which
c-ontained about #5 in small change.
This is a bold theft. and if '" guiltyv
pairty can be caught he will likely serve
Awi.ile on the public chain gang.
'he same or other parties the same
n ht oiVred the house of Mir. B. F.
Go ~sbut were frightened away.
It is'tainly vei.y bold-robbing.
For Infants and Children.
We are now and have always
b.eE@ sole agents for
For making cold or ice tea
Ieno surpasses all others.
VAIOUS AN) ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Chas. P. Peliham has, gone to
Harris Springs. for a few lays.
Mr. Cole. I.. Blease returned from
Harris Springs on Wednesday.
Mrs. E. Cavenaugh retutned yester
day from a visit to relatives in North
Nita is righ.t. The editor lovestogo
to the country and only regrets that he
cannot' get there of tenor.
Mr. JY. W. Taylor of. tih Carolina
M fg. tCo. loft onl 'I'uesday for North Car
olina in the ilterest of the Coinpany.
There will be divitne service inl St.
Luke's church on Suniday next at 11 a.
inl. Atd (1 . m.- by the rector, Rev. W.
S. at (iln' .ot.
T tO soda dispensed at Kohn's foun
tai, Prosperity, is very fine, We
s)ORak whoreof we ktiow. And the
fountain Is a Very pretty one.
Messrs. C. II. Cannon and W. 1.
Mayes have bought fron HIon. Ge. S.
Mower his place just beyond Mr. R. Y.
Leavell's and will build cottages there
Mr. I'. C. Watkins of the Pratt
Milliger Systenm of Ginning and Elie
vA1tinfg Cotton Vat' in town on last weCk
and closed the cont,ract with the-Caro
liIa Mfg. Co. for 11(e of their oitfits.
At a meeting of the board of trustees
of the graded school held on Wednes
day afternoon Miss Mary Burton of
Newberry was elected to fill the vacan
Cy in the faculty caused by the release
of Miss Smith.
Dr. D. L. Boozer has refitted the
steam mill near town, known as Aull's
miill, and is prepared to do first-class
woyid inl grinding. New cloths atid new
nutchinery have been put, in, and every
thing is in good repair.
The Kinetescope Company gave a
nice entertainment, in the opera house
last night. The pictures are -seenes
from real life and are pi-ojected giving
all the movements necessary to the
scenery. They will beo inl the opera
house again this evening at 0 o'clock.
It is worth your time to go and see it
if you have not been.
The National Educational Associa.
Lion will meet this year in Milwaukee,
Wis., July 6-9. The railroads will sell
tiekets for one fare for tile r,ou1nd trip.
The oflicial circular states that the
Southern Hail way ha s been selected as
the official route for Sout,h Carolina
teachers. The fare from Newberry for
the round trip is $27.05. The party
will leave Columbia 8.30 a. it. .1 uly 3.
We have received a letter signed
"Plow Boy" in regard to the Grilith
Satterwh ite shooting it Saluda County.
The writer does not furnish his name
anld we cannot print it. Send us your
name tuid if you are a responsible per
soil and will modify some of your state
mnlts about (Irlilith we will print your
version of the dilliculty. We know
nothing about the affair and only print
ed the facts as they were furnished us.
Mr. A. C. Jones has opened in the
store recently occupied by the New
Yol. Racket Store. The store has
beeni painted and overhauled and is as
neat as at pin1. The front is very prett,y
and we see nothing left, for S. H. .Jones
and Hohert.sont & Gilder hut, to go and
(d0 likewise. Mir. Jonces will have in
his store Mr. .J. F. C1lary, L. W. Fos
ter' and MIis's hRiser and1( with this ef
*iclenit and polite force and a good line
*)f goods at, near' on to whlolesale prices
he will make things humt. iIe is rea
dy ttowv to serve t.he tradie.
ltore Coit on ltoomos.
Mir. .1. H-. L)orroh, Yaney 13err'y and
Patience Hank night,send cotton blooms
to thiis olice tak en fromt their r'espee
t ive fields. We pre'sumei( loomis are all
arIountd by this titmec. We hope) the
yield ini t,his sect,ion may 1)e abuntdat
t is y,ear.
Mr. Jlamte 'Perdue, nit old soldier re
sid ig at Montroe, Mt ieh , wats severel*y
nfflected with rheuamatisma hut, trecehvedl
piromt,iit relief' fronm pnint by using
(Chamber'lai n's Pai alm aHnIfe says:
"At t.imees my btack would ae so bad
'ly that, I could( haridly raise up. If I
had not. gotIen rehlief I wottuld not be
her'e to write these few lines. (ihata
berili's P~an Balmi hias (lone me a
great (deal of good and I feel very
thantkful for. i."~ For' sale by WV. E.
('ohunibiai Iticycle's for sahe. Tires
on L,adles' Whleels In flated antd examiI
Iined free of charge. Repa)iirinig of all
kinds.. F. A. sca LMtElt'r,
f. tf. Agent.
HOW ABOUT'1 SOME~ OF
Choice Mackerel, Breakfast Ba
con, Delicious Candies, Choice
L~emnons, Fresh Canned Goods,
Splendid Syrups, Plug and Smnok
inig Tobaccos, Cigars, &c. These
are a fowv of thme nice things we
can sell you at proo that we
guarantee wvill induce you to buy.
I ~ COUNTS & DICKERIT,
Lower Main St., near' Depot.
A GOLD PLAN VOR *KAbHRhU%
Pro.8ngis Nuggest a Systotuatle Pfau tor
' thinslutyttIU of Tehiseb.
At the meeting of the County Insti
tute on Wednesday Prof. W. K. Sligh
of Newberry Collego outlined a plan
for tle instruction of teachers in the
line of their profession which ispraoti:
cal and simple and if carried out would
do much to imake etlicient and profie
lent and up-to-date teachers through
out the State. Tihe following is the
plan as it was stated by Prof. Sligh:
1. Tihe counties adopting this plan of
work are to be divided Into six dis
triets, and two subjects with proper
text-books are to be assigned to each
district the irst year. Every teacher
going into t,his work is to buy the two
books to be issued in his district. Thle
second year books used in District A
the first year are to be sent to district
B, and so on around the six districts.
A similar change is to be made each
year thereafter for four yeams. At the
end of six years teachers are to own
the books then in their possession.
2. The County Association of each
county is to make the two books as
signed that county for any given year
the buisis of its work during that year.
3. Six faculties of three members
each are to be organized and assigned
to tile several districts the first year
for Institute work. Two members of
every faculty are to take charge of the
two subjects under study in the dis
trict to which they are assigned. The
third member is to do general work as
at present. These faculties, year after
year, are to follow their subjects from
district to district.
4. The subjects and books are to be
selected by a representative committee
selecte.d for that purpose.
This Hcheie gives the teacher the
use of twelve'books for the cost of two.
It gives him a definite, syste
imatic course of study, in matter
and method, selected by persoUs coi
potent to make the selection. It gives
a six-year programme for the Insti
tutes and Associations and thus pre
vents thel from moving in a circle. It,
can be made a basis for the examina
tionsof titchers, if the-1oper authori
ties will delegate to the Instructors in
the Institute the powe to issue life
certificates to all teachers who have
successfully completed the six years
The plan is a practical one and can
be put into operation without any out.
lay on the )aRlt of tihe school authori
Excurailon to Augusta July ISti.
Grand excursion to Augusta, Ga., on
Monday, .luly 5th, via the Charleston
& Western Carolina Railway.
Imposing military parade; oration of
the day by Hlon. Elmory Speer, Judge
of the United States Court.
Spleldid parade of the Augusta Firo
Department, the finest in the South.
Baseball and athletic sports of all
kinds,' fireworks and numerous other
Special schedules and very lowv ex
cur-sion rates will he~ opel-atedi on this
Separ-at.e coaches for whu i.es anld col
For rates, schedules or alny other in
formation, wvrite or call upon agent of
the company, or
W. .J. CR AIm,
Genleral Passenger Agent,
The Teuachers at Newberry.
'.l'hie teacherls arte taking ai day or t,wo
oif by teaching themselves a thing or
twvo. Thle meetingos in the opera hlouse
havt~e been ver~y weill attendeid. They
discuss melth1ods andi modes of tOehinIg
inl an interesting and instructive mani
ner-. TJhey do not forget that the mind
somietimes needs recreation, so t,hey' in
tersp)erise thir prlIogram me with re
eesses anti music5, and flav'or it oca
sional ly with lectumres composed of hu i
mior, wit and solid tangible facts.
Therel- is not space her-e to give the
full proceedlings. If you are a teacher
you are mlissinig a treat b)y not attend
ing. I I you arec nlot a teacher you are
losing sight of many) strange andi equal
ly queer incidents that ct-es ii teach
er's (crookCed plathlway. Weo call hear1
thlere fihe v-oice of those "cry)inlg iln thle
wvilder-ness."' Not tihe ''reed broken
1)y tile wind," bult those who shiake tihe
r'eed. Come anti see.
Now is the time to providle yourself
and tamlily wit hi a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cbolera and Diarrhoea
Remtedy as a safeguard against an at
tack of bowel complaint dluring the
summ ner mlonlths. It, costs but 25 cents
andt Is almost. sure to bie nteeded before
the summiner Is over. Ti's remedly
never fails, even in Ihe moost severe
cases, and is In fact the only prepara
tion that can always be0 depended ulponl.
WL.3 rediuced with water it Is pleus
alnt to take. For salte by WV. 10. Pci
Will iamn Calisle Colild fell "'asleep
in Jesus" on the 18th of May, 189'7,
aged 13 mont.hs. Lovely,inl life, beau
tiful in death. As we steod by thle purlme
white casket andt looked upon01 tile dear
be-as it, clasped ini its little hlands
Idower-s p)lantedl by its great-grand
moot-her mtoreo thlan half a century ago,
we couldi say with tihe p)oet:
"'Forever- and fornever
A lily-white soul ill heaven
No sinla to be remembered;
No sinis to be forngiven."
10,000 lbs. Dry Hides. HighIest cash
price paid for them.
f.&f. 2tm. R MERtun TRnn.
Leethrem to the teachera.
'he address delivered last Tuesday
dight,by Prof. Hughes on the subject
"TheeMan in the Moon," was very
good and it was well delivered.
After settilg forth some theories as
as to how the "old man" got to the
moon, why he could not geti away,
what his habits and desires are, and
what are some of his various attributes,
he dwelt for some time on what he
sels and how he sees it.
Life with its various vicissitides was
admirably'portrayed, showing its pleas
uros and follies. He carried us front
Newberry, along the moon's track,
around the globe, giving life scenes as
he went and brought us back 'again to
our own home.
D.. Volgt spoke Wednesday night
on history and how to teaeh it. , He
urged that we should learn history,
not so muoh for the sake of knowing
when and where the great battles were
fought, but also as a trainer of the
judgment, and an inspirer of a love
for our country. Ie said that we should
learn of our own country's institutions,
and strive to increase a desire to build
them up and also Instil into the minds
of the young a respect for those in
Letter From Tenmesee.
Jellico Plains, Tenn.-Far away from
the- "madding crowd," among the
Unaka Mountains of Ucast Tennessee,
we are resting, every sense lulled into
repose by the murmur of rushing wa
ters, the fragrance of the.lovely Catalfa
and songs of myriad birds. Tihe Jellico
river for many miles winds around the
base of the lofty mountains, and the
clear, cool waters show as in a mirror
the linny tribe darting among the
rocky bottom, an easy prey to the an
gler, while ever and anon the beauti1
fil eyes of a timid doer pep through
the flowery meshes of the mountain
laurel, while fields of wheat, gleam like
molten gold in plains and on summit
that make us wonder how it was ever
tilled among the clouds, and corn in
living green waves on hillsides that
seem inaccessible, except to nimble
The undeveloped riches of these
moun.tais in iron, granite, slate and
marble estonish the observer, and
make us desire that some Vanderbilt
with wealth would openl furnaces anld
give to the world these riches of na
ture, and to this section employment
for their poor., who seem so far front
mankind and civilization.
East Tennesseeds a magnilcent see
tion of a rich agricultural State, and
since the war seems cut off from com
munication with the outside world, ats
facilities for reaching int,erior points
are meagre, and thus the lovely scon
ery that rivals North Carolina Is out of
the corridor of travel.
Athens is a pretty city surrouided
by mountains, with many lovely homes,
and better than all, splendid school fa
cilities for the youth. Parker Univer
sity is m. fine edifice almost finished.
Grant College is a well known institu
tion of learning, and pupils11 from everiy
State attend its sessions. The "Kitten
Home," with its sp)lendid musical
equnil)pent, able corps of prlofessors andI
excellent syst,em of management, by
which 1)oor girls are taught an indus11
trial eduention, which fits them fot'
theit' hattle of life and tihe mens~i of
self-suppo'ti ng employ mentt, can not be
too) highly commlendied. Thliis Insti t
t.ion is maintained ' -the '"Northern
B3oar'd of Missions," and its beautiful
grounds, handsome build ings atnd
equipmeots make it t,he prIide of thtis
city, which well deserves the name of
The White Cflff' Springs are fifteen
umiles from Athens, andl the Nashville,
JTellico & Charleston Ril Iway wvillI take
guests t.o station four' miles fr'om thme
base of the munt.tain. The mounutalin
is 3,000 feet aboveO tideL water', on top) of
which the hotel and sprtinegs are situ
atedl, and t,he magnifieent scentery must
be seen to beo the least appr)teciatedl.
The hbtel can accommitodate three hun-'
eredi guests, and the moderate price,
$30 per1 month fot' one0 personI, fillis the
hotel wit.h rest and plersur'e seekers
dtuinmg the ( heated seatsoni.
.Jollico Mansloon is ntearer Athens,
anud the t'at.ca so cheap anid cuisine so
excellent., host anud hostess so charminng,
heights so cool and shady, hamnmocks
so inviting, we seek no further delight,
but point. the way for tdurists w~ho c,an
elimtb to greater hecigh ts.
M. A. I0.
The place to buly y'our Molasses at
20, 25, 315, 40 and 60 ets. is at, J. WV.
Reeder's. f. 3m11.
NOT LOOKI ELL!
NOT FELING WELL!
-THEN TRY -
This pre'par'ation is a combinifation
of drugs having alterativo, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
medical profession recommend for
skin diseases, Serofulous affections,
Dyspopsi a, Liver Complaints, Rtheu..
It is carefully prepared from the
purest drugs and is sold1 at 75 cents
a bottle at,
Robestson & Gilder's
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET,
ALL THS NECWH OF A LIVEC AND PRO
(Spe0al Correspondeneo llorald and Nows.1
Prosperity, S. (., Juno 24.-(race
and Mt. Tabor Sunday-schools will
have a joint piOnit .fitly lst at Mt.
Tabor church. Grace Sunday-iheool
will go down by private conveyance.
The King's Daughtersof the A. H. P.
church are organizing for another of
their enjoyable entertainncilts.
Mrs. Nottie Kinard and little (laugh
tor Martha, of Atlanta, are visiting
grand parento and relatives fort a few
Our old friend "Stalry" (14. M. low
ers) met. with a seriois atccident last
Friday. In settinfg up an over-turned
hay cutter the knife fell on his hand,
nearly severing the large tendon. Dr.
Hunter attended to stit,hing it up, and
he is now doing well.
Capt. Gilston was wired early this
morning to go to the ballast pit and
settle a row in progress there. To
what extent., or if anyone was hu1t, I
have not heard up to this writing.
This has gotten to be quite a rowdy
place of late. and we hope will be rei
Miss Sue Corley, of Lexington, is
visiting Mrs. .1. W. Hunter, of St.
Luke's, and she and Miss Nannie Hun
t.r have 60een visiting Mrs. G. (. 1Lane
tud Mrs. A. It. lawkins in town for
the past. row (lays.
Mis. Tucke;, of Lairens, hai beetn on
a visit to her friend Mrs. 11. S.
outrk contimA.uent of vets -onsistid or
Messrs. A. G. Wise and wife, K. Baker
and wife, S. .f. Kohn and F. lobb.
Cap Ha3s hoe wis ats good i Veteran as
ever cracked a joke or lighted a cantp
ire, bit he is not, anxious for a practi
cal demonstration of his Vet. quiall
All our college boys and girls have
returned home and are enjoying a well
Oum old friend Col. .1. F. Browne will
return to Prosperity on Sit,ilrday, and
your correspondent is beginning to
tremble in his boots, for who can with
stand the wrath of the Colonel, alas
who? Come on, Frank, we have a
ticsked battery for youi. Look outt!
"Tein 'original packages' of 'Oh, be
joyfitl' were delivered in Prosperity
ast Saittrday by the express comipany.
They were jugs and kegs, all for 'pri
vate use.' Prospority is doing well for
a town--ttl ICegs il o110 day. This
beats a d(ispen1sary all to deatht, becaise,
forsooth, it isn't '1old here,' nor do we
get any revenue from it to build up the
town, help the school or sustaint police
regulations in hunting dowt the 'tige's.'
Yes, yes; ten kegs in one day and tto
revenute beats having a dispensary. (?)"
The above clipped from the Prosper
ity Advertiser does our town great int
justice. Now we all know that. the
editor is a dispensary m1an, but, thtL is
sue wits settled by th. people on No
vember 6th, and for the editor to tse
such items as this to belittlo the tem
perance and anti-dispensarv peoole of
our1 town, is uncalled for. If there
wereC Lt.e kegs int oneo day comte here, I
don't be0lieveC that, ther'e was a single
one for a citizent of the t.own, and I anm
sutre Prosperity is not, to bie held reson)O
sible for the sins of No. 9t '[ownship of
Newberry Countty an td possibly t,wo
townships it Lexintgt.on. i f our1 towni
attd school are to be built, upl 1by pl)tlint
others down and1 damnlting souls,T say3 let
it, not be built utp. Building up a schtool
with blood( montey, God forbid I Antd
then, too, the pract,ical side or the
quest,iotn is that ther'e is to money comt
intg fronm (1ispentsaries t.o 1he11 any't.htinug
of any contsequnence. You've got. to]
htave the pol ice and the (1runtks with
the dispetnsary, butt after all salaries,
breakage, leakage andl shortage arc
made good, there is usually veory little
left to pay3 town, counity or Stat.e.
Those wvho are familiar~ with facts wvill
knowv that the great big p)rolits talked
of wvere only on paiper', anid htave never'
materialized. Mr'. Nddit.or, if you had a
dispensary here with all its evils
wouldn't you have an origittal piackcage
shop too? And your remarks in regard
to '"tigers;'' can't you write something
tltat wvill not be so obnoxious to t,he
temnperanee p)eOple and( setnt.tment, of
thte town? If you know where t.he lair
of a ''tiger'' is, is it, not tyour dut,y as a
goodl lawv-abiding citizen (not to pult, it,
on any higher grouds) to lead a party
of hunters antd utproot t,he evil and del1 ye
out t,he) beast.?
Glad to see you (down last week, Mr t.
Editor; coite again. Say, can't 3you
brag a little ont the soda dispensed by
your old friend at Kohtn's dru'tgstore?
lion. Artthur Kihler was in towvn last.
Friday. lHe was Ottn itn'ane btusi
M'urs. Owents, of Lautrens. visited hter
sister Mrs. 11. S. Boozer last week.
Miss Rosa Wyse, of Columbia, htas
beent visiting friends in towit.
Several of our' teachers have been in
attentdance upon the Coutnty TIcehers
Iustitute it session this week in the
opetra house at Newherry. Amnong t.he
itnmber are M'4isses Nannie Simpson,01
Cora and1( Bessie Dontintiek.
Miss Gray'don, of WVat,'rloo, antd two
little nieces spent ai coupile (lays with~
Drt. JT. B. Simpson and1( family t. h
It htas been report.ed and also adver
tised that the S. A. L. woutld give one(
of thteiri nid ustrial exhtibit.s in P'rosper
ity, and thten we heard it contradulicted,
so we don't know jtust, where we are ati
int thtis matter, and hope the propel
'ofieials will annoutnce it. early, so wc
will know if It is comning here..
Dr. Hlallmnan's parishtonors gave himi
a "'p(utnding" one (lay last week. ft ib
not often people are thantkfuh for
p)ounding, but the Doctor says Ito was
Celebrated for Ito great leavening
strength aid htealLitfulna". Akmtir#j
tho food against alum and all forms of
adultoration conmmnon to tei choap
IOYA L n3AKINO POW NI' CO.,NEW YOU K
gratoful for this one. -is eouncil has
relieved hi firom1 all night worl until
fall, whilll will be at greait, relief to
Mr..Sidnety Whlevel.r hals bevin eleet
ed teaeler in t.ie HXelsior sehool,
Wo have hvard t.hat. a 111numbr of n0
grovs have beenl avrreeti for tHie Hilp
posed mur111der. of tile n10gr-o Rawl foimd
dead Inl Salditlt in tle early spring.
Some of them, if we remember correct,
Iy, wei Imembers of the tCoron's
jury 1.hat. held the 1lj(inIF 4t. Mix inillt1
are imliplivilted, from what wv hearl1'.
They have all gole to jil, i. iI' Is
the report.. Wei t-alliked wit1. some (of
these same pmi-t.les abotit. it. jiist ift er. it,
haitppelled, and to our mind at t,his htc
daty t.lhey did nlot atet li(v they wore
guillt,y, but t.hn .10 jiry did io liiul
hlow he (111m1e to his dent.h :11 t he 1.i1m,
of the sit,ting of the ininilest..
The 'rospeit.y (Grade School \sso
eintionl held their annuial metiig last
week anld elect,ed thi'e t.114t.ees for the
next . teihee years: 11. C. Nloseley, L. S.
Bowers, .1. L. Wise. Mi. A. M. vyse
h a1viig moved to ( 'ohilliubil, resigiled ag
one of the trust,ees, andl,] Keimeh Itakm,
was elected to fill hii. unexpired tvne
of oine yearv. '.'ile t,ilst,evs vlm-ted the
salmle oleles, viz.: 1-1. C. loseley,
elhirma'litn: A\. H. Kohnl, secretatry: I.. S.
Bowers, treaiurev. 0111vers of t.he as
Sociationl: \V. A. IiNosoley, prel"sident.:
.1. 1-1. Ifunter., vie-presideti; A. G.
Wise, secrt'yi; b'. S. Howors, trei-IaS
Por. the past, t.hr11evu or- foir days we
:mtvo had Very piveasanlt. wt-Ather, -it)(
(' .1ry Oe Van klw cool if t.hey will ox
copt t.he aftini'loonls. wlich aro still
Mr. It. 1L. WhIlitvs a.nd bride airev vis
iting relatives at. voi1,i I)1 ai h
Oapt.. U. It. W iit.1s wits inl t)wn (Ill- It
day latst. wilk, itild wats halippy an11d s'
14110n, bit couln't, keep cool. he said.
Our advice, t.his hlot wolather is keep
cool. (I f you can.)
TIhe Sou3t.hern'I 1Haiwa w31 ill sell ious33
tripj1 t.Iekets 8oni ( follw in 33ccas31 is:
Un1t.41(d0 Confeder3at,t Cam~ips, I ;reen
villec, 8. (C., A n3insLt.2 27, $1 .-10. ''iek e't
sold Autgust8 2-1, 25, 2B: 34433d 1.4 iret.i
Se it.einmber 1:1.
IlmmencemenIQit e'xercises4 WVilliam33
stoni 1"emale1 College, WillIimsoni, S
('. ilckets oin sale0 .1un3 31 2, 2:1. 2-I
good to iretutrni June3 27I.
Comneent 1 xeeies Son h i'
(11ina3 C~ollege, Colmn33hia1, S. C., *1.511
Tickets on)3 satlo June13 26, "7, 2M: '' ood I
Weimee: the public
demnand for a hiigh-.grade
whzeel at the right price
WV ESTEI r
C.ataIlogue free Agents every whe.
We Rise to Remark
that it is fly timei, and1( to reC
mind you that the best thuin;
Iyet in vented for' catching fl ie
1is STT'I (IY E LY PAIPER.
better and34 31atches morfl'tiles. We. hav'
test.ed1 13.8 53.1eking qulitifes'. It. is abs
eheaper)1. .4.I.34We always8 keepI ia full st1(e
oni Ih1e corneri!3. t.& I.l
H ARIS/ LIT/IA WA TEil!
(Iarbonatted ith ia WVatEr,
8001 to~ the Wh1olesa1le anl
Reotail trade at lowest Priices by
S. B3. Jons5,
Agent for Newbor'ry.
Silver street nmtm.
With Alowel fo' tho United States
Senato we will be fi the 01boat. The
Coll4er-vatives, I amll afraid, will rulit
onc. bchulcs for an eletionl by puitting
011n, lt) m11anly calIdites. Consider.
well and olir. meon will nlot be n'rl
ID'ad I'all knows how to nialke poople
enjoy theinlselves, and also how to He.
14et. 4pieak"1r.. We wIsh Mr. .John113011,
C'apt. .1. N. iin Mr. .1. N. K i I.,
.r,Misses N11IhIe and Miarlonl Kinig
,in 1n v Ii nto Mr. 1) B. W m'i.,
I f Ninety-Six h's Iot Inind she will
lose onet or her. helles.
Crps after two weolcs of 1110 dry
wenttier litve been vid of the fgrwia3 and(]
have vonle to vrowinig.
A . 1-. N. I-Wts is ailttenini g a hUtA
WISN coletea, Ashvillec,jN. C.
Mi.s. E. 11. lm.ongshoro aiml fonl are at
('Wtt411 bloots are se(en arounild towi
I 111 gial tIh "boys" are goilig to
havo :I ist , 111c11. inh ;it Nowhe I, ry.
Gladness C omes
W ith1 at b)t-tter- undersI'tailing of thek
h.ranlsient, 11nt.1re of the Inauny phys
'Cal ills, which vanlish bt-fort. propetr ef
for-ts-genlt.loctrorls - plen"11111 effor'ts -
1rih,ly djirect.Vd. T reis C0oinfort inl
the I.nwlege,t., so nully formns of
miecness are n ,Iot. tiue t o any atutal d in
ellse. hntl sinmply to at conlstipatedcoll(li
tionl of the systeml, whiiech Ut. plealslint
famliily laxative, syrulpof Peigs,prny.
ly repinoveN. '1'hat. Ily it is the mnly
reiniedy wvit,h InllIons of 1 nn1110144. at"(1 i-4
everyNlln wher est'ouled mo hlighily by al1l
who' vallut. good helt.11,b1. Its beniltiial
C111,11 S are(, (Iue to tht. fact, that. it Is ihe(
onep remedyl(.N which proilnotes internlt
celtanlinless wVit.hIouIt dt-billiltting the
organls 01n Which it, atls. 11, is t'lherefore
aill impilortanit, inl ordoer to gret, itsbn
fivil ee ts, ao. whenl You pur-.
01h1se, t.h1111 y1om have\1 Ute fenini ar-l.i
e.I.., \vbieh i s 1n1onn1fliclure-d byN Ithe CalIi
fornia. l'Syrup1 Co. only and( "'old by
all1 repuitIble dtg:ss
If inl the enj01oyntt.1 (if Iglod health,
InIld 1..ht sys.1t0mIsIk nlr lk I-Xt-iV4N 0or
ot,her rein itli,,s :11. then.ljji no o(ii.ha. If
Ilillietod wil'. .1ny net.nal dsae n
physiciaws , m f11 ito-ttfl ex tie
uise-d Itnd gi v..' mls p;no ra111.s 411fol ionl.
W ili,1 operat'2ingtellowin311'g orehen
f1L --e teI( Iit l( t' 0 )I'' .....Itar 2' -10Il
leave1(523 ll( K inardt iatt i "211 '. far d.:::
leavei ( try' -,~S ('.12 " 111 t.hir 0 2 .:tt
l IIUve 3 Newherry iS. "h ...rr s.hi'
(i v l' rnsperi'2 t yltlt( 5. 0 "2iI 3 .. ..f are :
Al'l rri e 'S I,anren l l.10 p. m.II 1 iIg I
01'~l2 15 (11 h t : . 11 . Ii iSl\ l'' Or
lil P .Iit 3.I1 (1 .1 o . 'ti l s. )
Any une vi o at , So*an . .L
Equalo ly 'HI2tiI .1 'Importan2t'2ar
I 2t1''15Il FF211IHEIRSu'wJ:1~'
To every3tlIl till de1111rousIll 2
S .V( (i d I''ig re l aw for on ly :'5,
IjP Vds I CnI in-o I e1-y foi-. onlyI'. 2.
I yds. VI al. I ae for~ only 25 .
:\'1'I paIi bil's ip 12pr fo oly2:
As lit iaw Imp t oranr bor
M u4. e Orean tyo Eat, :o
Eqlbl Ior por50eil:!ro
9313. K"giieILTTNER,i #il
I ~.N~L)'l''a i1 83an d 1S un1e -5elee
Dr. Mle'N.av t PAS'rI2us curlO RI RUMA,'
TIBM WIDK HOK8.At,duggsts,>nlyI>1