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Nrqected every Tuesday and Friday t
y Suinner Bros.i
e ... ............ ...... 54(.0.. j
shouldors ................ 54 (A.
Hams..... ....................I 12c.
Best-Lard ............... ........ * s(00
Best Molasses............... 4%116'.
(-ood Molasses.................... 25(:3. <1
(orn ----.--...................... 5.
Meal ...---. .-......... ........... 553.
H ay................ - - - -. .. $1.00. f
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
ISt Patent Flour............... $5.75.
2nd BeAt Flour................ .. $5.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.90.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.50(4.50.
Rice......... ..... .......-. ...80
Cotton seed meal, per S... .10
.11u1ls, por CW ..................:30. t
BlILer, poer lb ...............I 5(d20c.
lgs, per dozon ............ )O121c. c
Chickens, each.................... 15@ 25c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 0i070c.
Corn, per bushel................. c.
Oats, por bushel.................. ,50c. s
Swoet potatoes .................... 5(V600. n
Turkeys, per lb ................ ( c. 8.
Fodder, per cwt ............. 5i10c.
Save the Shiado Treem.
To cut off the tops of the shade trc(3s 11
at this season of the year With tihe hot
sun would be about the same is laying s
the axe to the root.
Sheet imusic at cost for ten days.
Music Hall under Crotwell 1ouse.
t&f. 4t. L. A. HAWKINS.
For sale i-., all times and uleap byv V
t& f tf J. C. tl v'.,1'.
School Trumtees-T%y.&.ifLif ax.
.'he ..patrous--or Cen tral Academy
school district 21 held a mnee,itig on
Friday, 25th for the puPose of 0lecting 0
trustees. The following trust ees were
duly elected: W. S. Styhint, A. I-. Aull,
J.I ). Sheely.' The patrons have dei
cided to have no school during the
isummer. immediately after the ad
journment of the school ieting, a
meet,ing of the citizens met and organ
ized pro)erly and went into tle elee
tion for tax or no tax. The voLc stood
14 to I in favor of the two iill tax.
Tihe mecoyery avetd ilia Life.
Mr. G. Ciillouette, Druggist, Beavers
Ville, Ill., says: '"To 'Dr. King's New 0
Discovery I owe liy life. W:s takeif
with La Grippe and tried all 11ie Phy- N
slchans for niles about, but of no avail,
- and was given up and told I could not
livo. Having Dr. Xing's Ne DisCov- t
ely In inly store I sent flor i b.'tfle atl
began its use and front the tir18 (lose le.
- gaL t.o get better, and after tsi itg three w
ottles Was Ip (and about agai n. It Is
Worth its weight In gold. Wo Wont
keel) 8tore or house without it.'' (et. a
free tial at Robertson & Oildet's Drug S
On the strecets of Newberry last week
one Excelsior Literaty Society badge. h
Ai.mitable rewvard can be obtained by I
leaving badge at this ofilee.
For Tranw~ood School. A pplicat,ions
n,ut, be handed oneo of thte hoard of (
trustees on or befor'c July 24, as teach- ,
er wvill be elected that day..
D. WV. BAIus,
Call at Salte:'a Photograph Gallery
antd see large books of .samptlles of the
l9atest design it wall p)aper', which ho is
sdtliaig t pr ices tbat wvill please pur-t
HARR/iSiLITHIA WA TElH!
Carbonated Lithia 'Water,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Prices by i
S. B. Jones,
Agent for Newborr'y.
SECIuETARY's O)m'i*ice, .June 23, 1897.
Trhe annual meeting of the Stok<
holders of The Newberriy C'ottoit SCed
Oil Mill and Fertilizer' C~ompanmy will
be held at the Conn ieil Chambhers at
Newvberm'y, S. C., Oin Wednlesday, .1 uly
7th, 1897, at 3 p. m.t
IHoware of Oiltlnents1 for Catatrrhn that
as5 mereml' v1ill surecly destr'oy tihe sense0 of
smtell ani ompetoly dieringo the whole 83ys
t(in tvhg enttering It tharu~h thle am ucoux
ault fa'e, Such atrtic es shld ( never hai used
except preseripti ns frotm repttblei phy
fohl to good you cant poisiy derive fromi
Ab i'8 Caltarrh'i Cure maunftured~~ by
F. J. hey & Co., Toledo, 0., conlisius 11
merencIlmy, anmd Is takent internaitiy. acting di
reotly upOn the b)ilo(d andt mlu~ous5 UurtafC('
Of the system.1 In buying itul' Caterrh Cure
b sure you got the genuine. it1, ,la ake i~n
*tornaily, and1( made in Toledo, Ohio, by F'. J.
(heney & Co. Testimonials free.
**.-8old by dr'ugglsts, price 75c, per l.ott,ie.
Wo Rise to Remark
that it is fly timIe, andl( to re
m Tind( you that the,fbost thing
yet invented for catching flios
is STICKY FLY PAPER.
The mannufacturers have improved
Ihiir p)aperm for thtis season. It sticks
batter' antd catchtes more Iies. We have
tested its sticking qualitics. It. is also
cheaper. We always keop a full stock
ROBERTSON & .GILDER, Druggists.
ni thn aore..a. t. A&f.1 V
VAMIOUS AND -ALL AHOUT.
Comuwitnion wIH be administered tin
ho old Lutheran chureh on next Sun
ay for the last time, as,the congrega
ion hopes to be in tholw church by
ho timo the next commuilon Is hold.
Mr. 1-. 1). Seaso of Nowborry was
unlor orator at the comm1encoient of
ho South Civollina College. ThoState
ays: "1His subject was 'The Greatnesf
f Mind,' and was most adiutrabl han
The Veterans returned On Sat-urday
rom the reunion at Nashville dulighted
vith their trip. It wits a great, roinionl
mid the Nashville people, the railr-oittl
olki; mnd p):,.Nj>ody and.( everytl%iin
o ftlfo the pleasure of the outing.
.r0 Luthein congr-egal oi at New
erry on Sunday voted the pastor, IN%v.
)P Fox, a vacation of six weeks it any
lime lie desires to take it,. lie will
1kely tako it in Tuly, but,will ainounec
ext Sunday wl.cn he will take the va
The Newbervy friends of Miss Maud
chaefyer will be pleased to know that,
lie received first, honor in the Savanl
ai High School, and that Master Carl
ilade it record only 1-1000th less than
io simio distinet-lon. The distinction
a high one a the ex1uninat,ions in
le Savannah schools ave coliducted
The following notiee of the specelt of
olicitor Sease liIt a11mur.der case it
Iantanburi g is taken from correspon1
nec of the Coliibia legister: Mr.
4tsh was followed by Solicitor. Sease,
o, in a clea, forcible aigiileit of
No hours, reviewed the whole of the
retmass of evideneo and demon
iJed that Greeno's innocence was
ossible. M] r. Sease had an excellent
Le itnd is very fluent. It was, by far,
le ablest 'ipeel he ever made here,
tid a1s good as the good easo le had
>uld be made. He is it man (if line
mnrilg, imprlesses juries with his sin
ity, and lie wavi listened to through
[it with the greatest, interest.
For Infants and Children.
Mrs. P. J. lRussell is on a visit to her
d11 home ati Donlalds.
Mrs. J. A. Blackwelder has gone to
orlth Carolina oi a visit.
Air. F. ]. Dominick left yesterdaiy
It the University of Virginia.
Miss lloise Welch is speliing the
eek in Columbia visiting friends.
Mrs. C. 1'. B leaso left, yesterday for
visit Co hor parent,s it I'eidletonl,
Miss ltLie S%.h1 lIport is spediling
few weeks in Angsta with her itiit,
Irs. J'. Al. ry
Miss Maii and Mr. Julian Wright
ave gone oI a tvisit, to friends andl re
ittives in Tylersville.
Mr i. Thios. E. Jact(kson returniedl oni
tundaty to .Jacksonville, Fla., after a
'ek's visit, to hiis patrents inl Newberry.
Mr'. Dunncan WVallaec left oin yester
11y for 'Vanderbilt, Universit,y, Nash
illec, to spentd hiis v'aation iin special
.Priof. J1as. 1P. K inard of WVi nithrop~
~ollege camne homle last night and af ~
er a tri p to thle teachers' meceti ng at
reenville will spend some timec with
elatives in Newberry.
Someinoiag to K(now.
It.may be wiorthl someithlin g to k now
hat. the very best, medjiine for restor
ng the tired tt nerlvous systemii to a
tiltal,by vigor is Electii llittOrs. This
liedici ne is pu rely v'egetable, acts by
:Iving tone to t.he nervte centres in flhe
omach, get ty st.i muates the L iver
,nd1 Kidnewys, ami aids these organs ini
broing oft iui tics In thle blood.
lect.ric Bittlers iminproves the iappet i te,
.1(s digestion, anid is pr'toounicd by
hose wh lhalive tried It. as t hie very best
dood purifler and( nierve ttnie. r.y it.
1111lioh fio 0 or $1.(0t per bottl e at
(obertsoni & Gilder's I)rng St,ore.
Mit. Pilgrim Schmool.
'l'he t,rustees of Al1t.. lni iri school
vill miiet, oin t,he 5t,h to elcee' a tecacher
or' a seven imonthlis school - two mon fths
o he taught., beginnintg on the 12th,
mdt the ot,brliv'I e after at valcationi of
,wo') 11 moths, comiimem- ing ott 1st, No
;. 1. H fowers, 11. I'. Ailills, and J1. W.
1lart,man were etected tru'istees last lii
laty, and 111) applintion ennt he miade t
i t,ber (one of t,hemi by an iy personi)i desir
tng the school.
DT LOOKING Y(L1L!
R1OT FEELINE \VLL!
'.li'is pre(patiii ion is a1 cominaJiitioni
)f driugs htavinhg atera'Itli Iv(, tonic
d.imutlanlht andt lxat,ive acetioni.
D)yspopsia, Liver C'omuplaintts, Ilten
it Jti carfuilly~ pre(pare'd fromi Ihe
pturest drugs and1( is sol at %i cont
a bottle tt
Robes/son di Gilder's
TIme Qnestio of Sihade Treen---Meetfig
Thecit(,IIH of Newberry who are
Intercsted( in the preservatlonl of our
shade trees oro r'e((nettedi to mneet In A
I tho cou1ncl clmiilbers this (Tuesday) af
torVlOo IIat 5 o'clock. A. number of
geit'lemenl met yesterday and ap)
poiIIte(ja Committee to preselit rosolkl
tions for coliside'ationl at the inceting
this afterioon. Tho committee will
preseit, thle followiig rIesolitionls: i
Whereas, Many of the elt,izols and
the tax payers of the town of Nowberry of
feat tihut in the erotion of the electrie fi
light plant m1ore of the shade trees of
the town will be destroyed, un11less
steps are taken to pirveit, such do- 0
structio: no:lw, therefore, bo it re- w
I. 'Plitt wo earnestly prof.est against
the further mutilation and destruction
of oun shiade trees.
2. T'hat we respectfully petition the
town council of the town of Newberry
to take such steps as maty be necessary t
to prevent the fui'ther mutilat.ion ad ,if
destrunt.ion of the shade treCes of the
3. That wei resl)ectfllly ask the towil s
coulleil to give us some assurilice C.hat till
the ordinances of the town forbidding
the injury or destruction of shade trees
will be enforced. ell
Respectfully submitted, ti
("ICo. It. CRlomlci. b
.JOHN C. WlISON. du
.S. 1IOZ . f at
W. T. TARANT.Is
WM. JOHNSON. of
P'rogramino or coutrai illior I.agin o.
'ihe quarterly conventli of tho
Newbery County Central Luther
League will be hIeld It Grace church,
Irosperity, S. C., Thursdny, Juy 8.L
E'xercises to begin promptly It 10.30. I
1Heeitationls by Alisses E11rin Kohn and
Annie Helle Wise.
Alisses Minnie Fellers, Olat SChuIm
pert, 'llia Hiser, . essie Sumiier, Grace
Kinard and AMrs. N. M. Sheely will W
either recite, real. essays, extracts, or
take part in the d i sclssi onls. 1,
"Messrs. Kuennethiakr A. (.. Wise, s
C. '. Stumier and .1. L. G-oggans will
discnss te subjlet: "Should we0 have'0I
a I .utb.eroi I,eazgu~e rin~l g cours'?"'. l
Messrs. .1. .1. Kibler, '. II. Slely,
J.1 Filunter anld A. E. l'. Riedtenhaugh9
Vill discuss the subject: "Is t.lere iny t
danger of the Social Ilat.ure of the
I,a1u0e colimteracting some of its good
A. H1. Kom\N,li
CL1A''PORDi BA NKS,? t
i r. ii. I,. .Jone('l, a to Colu mun,ia,
We take the followilng from the Co
luibia State of Suilday, and as it is
a1)tu1t a Newherry boy, we are smie i
will be 1-eall with illterest. The llealti
and News is glad Mir. .1 )es gets a gooi d
p 1a'[ ne' home: f1h
"Superilntenldent, Dreher of the city
sehols yestelday gave out the follow
ing in formation for publication:
"Ii regard to the Laurel Street
School, 1h0 said1 that Mr. Coker, who s,
was selected by the bjoard last, week as
p)rincip)al of this school. hUad been1 unanIl
imlously elected super11 intedent of the [
MAlarion pulblic schools three days after
his eletioni her'c a1t, a much(1 bletter sala,
ry thani thle board~t could( pa~y at the Lau
rel1 Street School. Mr. Coker d id niot, 1
aisk to be 11releaisedl from1 his (en1gage
men'1t htere. but,1 it was1 lea rned that he
w~ouldo prefer to go to Maroin and
wold necep0lt if released hy the board.
is COntracL inl iew (of tIhe better~ posi-o
tionl oifered him11, 'onlsenltedh to reease
lim) as5 soon1 as a man11 could 1)e found1( toa
take hlis pla(ce. This man11 has beenk
foUm 111in t,he person)i of Mr. H . L. Jones0
(of NewIIIr'Iy, who has1 aicepted1 tihe
pIlace re ferried to. Mr. Jones8 1 is lrst,
hlonor gradunate' of Newherry ('ollege j
(elass of '9:3) anld has' had fou- y'ears'
exN or'ience, t,wo years In t,he pubIllie b
sch1ools (If Newberry and two years as5
first, male ass5ist,ant. (If t,ho Coleman,
Texas, pulic schools5.
Mr. .J(ones is a1 meliber (If thle IHaip
tList, Chuirch, and1( is inl overy3 respeC(t a l
fitted to taike charge (If tihe boys at t,he
I1daurel Street, Schlool. I Fe was1I wanlt.ed h
againI in) Teixais, buti ho Iprefers to work
11e(1rer ihome,10 ide 11111 his si lper'visionI
und(out,ly IVj'0prospe ini thiis bIrV nh of
the city schoo(ls).
MIA 11I iI'D..'
June11 29. lsi, by I Iov. D. Tlillecr, at, I
the1 res'~idece o4(f ile brIIide's mlot,hin II
P actoryivville. Mr'. Tlhom11as 'Campjbell
and1( M iss 3(laryI lIiond-bIoth (If 'I
We atll know~ tha~it, anty ti red mus1- (1
(c10 can1 be0 restoredP( by rest. Your g
stomachol is a mnselo. D)yspopsia is v'
its Mlme OI I saying "I am3 tirod. h
(Jive 1me resf." To rest your stom- 5;
ach1 y'ou mutlst do its wvork outsideO of (e
This is the ShlakOr's me1(thlod of C
curing inldigestionI, and its success is~ i
host attOstetd by3 thle facet that thoso I)
peoplo( airo practically free from whlat hi
is without doubt the1 mtost pr~valen~t il
of aill dliseasos. The Shtaker Diges
I ive Cordial not only' conttains digest
ed food with is prompf tly absorbed 1(1
wit hout taxing thle tired digestiv'oor>
gans, but, it is likewise an aid to the'
digestion of othler foodls iln tiho stom
(101. A It) cent trial bottle wvill conl-2
vtneo you oIf its mnerit, and these you
call obtain trough all d1ruggists.
LAxoI. is the1 best medicine for
children. D)octors recommnond it in
place of Castor Oil.
UR PROSPERITY BUDGET
L THIE NEWS 0F A LIVE ANDI P11
peCoial Coi ropandonelo Iiriait ar d News.
The past few days have been ones 01
eIdent and tragedy In anid arvilld
ir towi . On Hat'irday while Capt.
elston was superintending the work
the ballast pit a blast was made and
ler a ti ." he started fron his plave
safety, thinking all the stones had
lien whlen he was lilt on the head,
ushilg in the skull causilng it to press
the brain. The engine was started
ith him for home and Dr. Hunter was
Iled In. Theengineer went after the
mipany's surgeon at Newberry, Dr.
olitosh, and made the un back in 7
Inutes. Drs. Hunter and Mlcntosh
icrated oi the fracture and removed
or 17 fragments of bone and reliev
the pressure from the brain and
:ed up the wound nicely. Ile is do
g very ticely at this Writing, no fev
having set In as yet, aid all his
niptoms are good. With his good
d robust constitution wo feel that
less somo bad symptoms set in he
11 fully recover. Capt. Giliston has
el a faithful employee of the South
ii n and they should and no doubt will
Lat1 h anim hdsomely. as he will not,
able In our opinion to reumie his
ties as section master here. Hlis
ithfulness should be rewarded. ilu
a m. mber of Myrtle ljodge Knights
t'ythiats of Columbia.
Mlr. W. 1'. [t. Ilarmotn111 while on hi is
ly to Siuiday-school onl yesterday met
ith a serious teident, to h imself anld
ife. They were going down ia steelp
11 and When Mr. Harlmoni uidertook
hold his mule in the bit, of the bridle
Oke and the tmule started to rul and
e longer t1lo faster. Mr. 1larm1otn
tmped outt, intending to run ahead
id catch the tule, but it jininlping Ie
11 atid got eitaigled in the lines and
is dragged for about 75 yards. I His
fe in attemptintg to jump out fell, and
ore beiig ia (eep itch ot t.he side
e fell some distanlce anild wts Very
inifully IIurt., if not seriously so, by
LVing the muscles of ler knee torn
se. She has no use of it at all. Alr.
armoni itd his clothes badly torn but,
it, olf w itli a few slight, seratches about
e ficce. .losli ItillinIgs said doti't fool
t,h a 1mule if youl value your life, titd
seems ats if lie had it about right.
Wve note that the Greenville News
milnates Mr. W. II. Wallace of New
!rry for the position of I'resident of
etiison College, anld I wait to second
y friind's nomination and hope to see
m get that whieh is necessatry to
akce him preident of t.hat inistit,l
)II--that is, the Votes of the tIlstees
io can bring out a better or tmore
tie man for the prosideicy? lII ouir
'ilion he is the matn for thie' p ela.
11 who are in favor of W. H. Wal
.( of the Newberry Graded Selhoolh
r I'esidelt of Clemson college will
ease say A Y E'.
~. L. Ifughes, in (treeniville News.]
o the I'Cditor of the Greenv'ille News:
D)ear Sir:---Tf yotu will allowv me T will
mrp'l the functionm of your Newhmerry
>r'resp)ondenit for this once, with duii
iology to stid correisp)ondet, anid gi vi
u a few imnpr'essions of Lbhis hust.ling
About a yoar ago I had the pileasu'e
Spendling aweek here conmductinmg anl
stitute for t.he teachers of the clmli,t
iwas so miuch delighted with thec
indntess, hospitalit,y iand ptrogressiver
)irit.of t.he people that-I was glad t(;
leive a' ILaill to returti for a si milar
tirpose this yeari.
I Iihid that a year' has tmade( quiite II
fTerence ini the aipearaunce of New
iiry. On every side are evidencees ci
ishi, progress and imaprov'emenit. That
ueh talked of, belated, Mc Kin ley
i'osper'ity seemts to be ini evidence0 here.
lie town'i is taiking oin (itLe a cit,y-like
ok. New butildinigs, new paivintg, a
stemn of wvater wor'ks, a good hotel,
ieleganit operat house, matike New
rey one of the first towns of the State.
'Newbcrry has solved the pr'oblemt ol
lie wauter'. Shte gets lher suplply in
reaLt,ihi abuane fromt somte diistaniice
ils side of Central Clinma, as near as I
in cailcutlate from the direict.ion It is
'aeig hni g ti'hee, andu it ii
> elear1 antd pureP that pl)e)t dink
tge q1iuntities of it for' divei2tXon.
ottles uand jugs ate in great abun-i
ince anid the demand is unab)ated.,
hey hatve nothinug of a dlisplensary
ture in thetm either. TIhe city is just
>out, lomphleti ng aL large steam dis
msaryi3 whtich will drive this purie life
ivinig waltr all over it. T1hiis will 01)
into tIhe original packageLf( plait of ob
ining it niow in vogue. WVhen L tii
'st.em of water works is ini opertiton,
'en Greenville with her mtagnifticeni
tjpply 1may3 envy Newhborry. Th'lu
corgia 1)111losoheri, '"Itill Arp"' d is
hayed his uisual good sense wheni he
riIsedl Newivherry anid her pe(ole S<
ighly13. No doubt lhe was unditer the
illuec oi't~(f airtesiaun waiter at the Iime
3 UTTER ICK
Cohmpleto lin11 on ihnd al
Write us for Ptternl'hs.
i, L. MIMNAUGIH & CJO,
CorrUnIA. S. C
Celebrated for Its great leaveniig
strength and healthfulnes. Asures
the foolngnimt altim and ill forms of
adulteration conlton to tho cheap
RCOYA L HlACIN(I PWDmO,E O3
IC. MANLY ItSIGNS
Am I'ieidew of ?' orman l4tV'ruit.y-Sur
IS pee ial to '.'he State.]
Greenvihle, .Jiie 2ti. Thee is the
gvate1st regret ill te14 city at ith resig
IIation of Dr. ( 1aals NI: al . s presi
det, of. l'urain University. The resig
alit,ionl, which was seit in last, wcek to
the botrd of trustves., was wit.lhld
fronm the public 11until yesterday whenl
onle of t he trulstoos, il anlswer. to a it -
rect (iestionl, ndiiitted tho roport to
be trte If the tesigIlit.ioln is nveepted
0he colnilectioni of D4. AlNly withll the
linliversity will be severed onln:11110t 3h0.
Several . ears ago thl board let:,e4ted
ir. aNIltily to resigin the pastoIattv of
the laptist, li11 hreles at Seleea and
Ilellon, anid (Ievote Ik whole tiine to
ils IIn1ties as preside nt Imt DIr. lanly
claliied that ho cold not afford to giv
ny1 those chulrehes whilte the liliversity
paid hii it sltry of only $1,750 a year.
This uiatterl has sile bee t he eaise of
0on1stant. friftion het w1-en ID . MIaIly
and the hoard, the latter, it is said, in
sist ing th.at t he sahiry was hlarge Illong h
for the services perfoimed. I'ut the
goeneral opinlionl is Illt. thw :lionuit. is
Sixt een yeau-s ago Dr. Mlanly soeeeed
ed the late Ih-. .1. C. 'ili-ian as prsi
dent. I'hen '.hero wore otily :37 stuldet-1s
attenlding the instituitioli, bit t.his year
tho vinrollienlt vanl up1 to 1-60. "lTe fav
111.n Itas beenl inerasdi tl the stand
ard of setolavsliip iaised very consid
Dr. N1aily deltines to say anything
abhout, th11 nith.er and t h" board is alko
vot.i nt'IIt. I t is hoped that. tho resignila
tion will he wit IIhIdrawni 1 or t ha1' it, bo no"
10,000) s. Dry Illdc.". liigh"Meash
price paid ('or theml.
'&t. 2m. Sml."Ite Bnos.
Anad ini ordeir to get it, we will
Slaughter Prices on Shoes.
A lot,of Han i. 11st 41'sI id-n1te S-hioe
$tI00, nlow $: .-19
A\ lot, of lilIlyI iackef,t's I'atenlt,
IAent,hi r, 'ITans a1114 (x Iblood Shoes,
Ziegler Bros. O xforids in ( 'ommonl(l
Sense and ()phera Tlipin l HintI, ailso
Tanis and11 (x Ilooid, woith $2. 25, niow
lIe41hs' O x foids, $1.5 ;to ( $1 .75, niow
See 41ur linie oIf I 8g.. 75s. iandi USc. (Ox
fordis. Thely atre great, hargains1.
A job1 lot, of ( )x fords att,1i8e. , wot,h
$1.15 t o $1.-11.
Ouir st(oel iof NIlis.ss' and( ihlreni's
(.x foids and14 Sandaills toi he clos' d out
regard less o*f cos .~
"A Spot Cash Sale."
0. Mn JAMIESON,
At my old standc,
ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
elry and Silver
Also~ a line of fino Sp)ecta
eles anl Ilyglasses Inl Gol<,
Si j\ler fnl Stee(lI' Frarnes.
4' ~ti (I8) slhares of the en pital
stoeck of N ewher~ry (Cottn OhNIills stand-il
bo malide for ienewial oIf samae after thir
t.V days frotm this lato. t. 5t..
eJury tor July.
'h July term111 of tho court will con
von osi 12th, Judge Buchanan prosid
Ing. There is not much cevininal busi
10-1Ss. On Saturday the jury commis.
sltners drew the following jurors:
J I) selse, 8 W Wossinger, M Il
Satterwhite, Geo A Cook, S W Wil
Illghaln, D A Lrivingston, 'Osey Glenn,
.1 no T Norris, M A Henwick, J A C
Kibler, Meiullie BlIgh, P A Setzler,
.1) eitsey, .1 no P (romo, Sr, Thos
A Setzlnr, Saintnel ('rotch, 1 1) A brams.
V It Kihler. .1110 N livinigston, P. P1
Cromiel., . 1" P ibler, (eo .J Wilson. I H P
)ominick, .111o v (Gilliai, .1 C 11111,
Geo i Croiner, L. M Speers, A '
Crooks, .1 13 Ieaglin, .1I H [tindrix,
Ilanabel Alewine, .1 L C rooks, . 1
Seni, If Cal Siuber, P.1 M Hawkins,
I ieyn i A brans.
Only Paper at Utuetty 4ent.
t'll'ILor will sell out.lit, acicoulits
and wood wVill of Hamberg Hrait for
$1500l- cash. Good job outfit ineluded.
t&f. 'It. Hamborg, S. C.
At ameeting of thle patrons of
Vanginllsville Svihool Dist.rict on la4t.
satilrdiy, tle 19th inst., the following
Llust-ceq were recominletided to tie
coilmty board for appoilitmelit: 11. I.
l3oozer., J. 1). Salter, J. T. Vaulglin.
% i li E -s..
w 'R. 4>
4gMos i " 8
THE OAKS HOTEl
I eelu1leIly In It wsI~ t nitot,etaite 1 r te i t 111 i
wter ii Is,I ) worldi granitlost s( ener0y Ott con'
tent lietwnsii aei sito lt treex; excelleiti tlek
I lirehi; si tettn froms tIepo t to hot e trrac.
IATI:'-$s to, $15 pocr WV
Con an I pronal so every el loit )4NI p si' 1(
4p ?oaY.JDA ' i p/430 fjo )poj
good clear glass, ground smuoothi tall
uses8 theo (chop1 lonsos is O nocesitalted
it, or' uso0 a stronigor 10 elen whi hairni
thet eye. Good Spoectac'es iup.opt
A ft or 31) year's ini the b)usiness I firi
have an inistritment for testing imupel
OF THE UNI
Assets . . . .
and all other
Surplus, 4I 1per cent .
now hoklis $21 (,773,947 of Assef s
maiik ing a total of $170,730,298. TJI
thean 38 years from its orgatnizaition),
of its his8tory. PTe Equ(1titale wcrite
wanmt-T-'Lontinoe, Annutmal D)istributiOnt
Trmrb, any otheri forms of policies.
Call and( so0 m11 h)ofore assuring y
TPhe Ecquitale is absolutely safo,
Iid(t to their inteest 1810 tolIexami
W. L. ouglas $3 Shoe.
Stylish. durable, perfect fitting.
Endot sed by over r,ooo,ooo wearers.
W. L. Douglas $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00
Shoes are the productions of skilled
workmen, from the best material os
sible -.t these prices. Also $2.50 and $2
Shoes for Meni $2.50, $2 and $1.75 Boys
W usemi te beat Cal. ' a !tvFrench
M'ent Cnif, French Eniamiel, Vicl Kid, Ce.,
graded to vorrspoaid with prices orthoxhoes.
Iftlealer camiiot sitply ywi, wrimA
Catalog free. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
0. M. JAMIESON.
AGENT FOR THE
10 1) 1' ;It 'RITI C11t;
SUITS TO ORDER ON
.Asheville, N. C.
lirfect ser1 vice; hot ati ' iubd haihs1; f ie hin
nok. TransMient S! mpor ISay.
\ y(i (I b i ll t i il ) ( 4 r te ' u rwiti
are0 sL11tampe out of dinugy glass by3 at
die thtt is samoP( shaUpe of tihe lensH as
at shoot. of molt en glass8 isi patsed
underot it by3 mahineryi3; 11his leaLves
theo surfaIces of those lensesM irreogulair,
rough and( upoltishd, and the re
frac.tioni isi not neair ats porfect as8
t.o supply13 the refractioln wh'ich1 sirinsil
H the rOtinai anld haistonis tihe dcaiy of
rly' fitted areos ha d as Cloi chea onei.
di Johnsionl's maike is thet i>tst, antd we
.T 1, -1.O'7.Tam~ c.
. . $216,773,947
. . . 173,496,768
. . . $43,277,179
nceo. . $915,102.070
I to its- polI icy.holers, an<1l iii iil<lition
(o wvhich $13,277,17 hIis Hnrplus),
Siis record co)veritg fa peit'oii (of 1ess
is over $2 I2,79)3,000) more thant anly.
8 anyl f'ormi of policy thme assHurod may
, JEnd(owmiOnlt, Guatranteedt Cash81 Value,
our lives elsewbloro.
its plansk hoeforo taikinig out at policy
>Ot h mialo andtt femll lives.
[UR KIBLER, Agent.