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NEWBERRY MARl i.T.
Corrected every Tuesday -nd Fr1da3
A SuiWier Bros.
1.- . ----...........se.. . ....... 5 6
8 ulders . ............. r (d c
a . - ........................2e
est Lard ............... ........... g ,
Best Molasses ...................... 4 c0
Good Molasses................. 2 35c.
Corn .................0......3......,... '50
M eal .--...... ........... ........... 5c
W hea Br n.................. $1.00.
ist Patent Flour .................- $5.75,
2nd Bett Flou .................... $5.25,
Strait Flour ......................... . $4.90.
Good Ord inary Flour ...........50(04.0
Rugar . ---..-.. -o... ..... .......0..
R ice .......................,......
Cottkn, ea . (aC... .10
Peas,~~~ pe-bshl00~ e.
1 * Cwt .......... ........... 30c.
utter, por i ..................... I 20c.
Eg s, per dozen ............. 121c
rfii kens, each .............,.... 15 5c.
Poes, per bushel........... 6170c.
Corn, p or bushel.. ................ 5 0 .
Oats, por bushel.................. 3:m@50e.
Sweet potatoes .................., 6 ,60c.
Turkeys, por tb ................. 8C.
'1odder, per cwt ................... 44,100C
-LoHtJ.unle 30, 180-7.
Small silver watch, medal oil chain.
Suitable reward if returned to,National
The stockholders of the Alliance
Warehouse Company will moct on Fri
day, the 9th of July, at Proiperity at
eleven o'clock a. In.
I. T. C. HUNTMR, P, qsdent,
J. L. KEU'r'r, Secretary.
For sale at all times and 0h0ap^'"by
t& f tf CJ. C fus.
Alliance of Newberry
County will hold Its next quarterly
meeting on Thurday, July 15th next.
J. C. WA'rKINS,
Sec. 3rd Dist. Alliance.
J. W. Reeder's is the place to buy
your hoes. r. 3m.
At the home of the bride.e'suncle,
Rev. T. P. Bell, D. D., Atianta, Ga.,
on Thursday, June 10th, Nii, by Dr.
Bell, Martha Athallild X 14-n.tosh to
George Biradley Buell.
- Cheap Rate".
The Soithern Railway wilL ,-oll roiund
trip tleli,s mn following occi si.ons:
United Confederate Camp) -s. Green
ville, S. C., August25--27, $1.4 t. Tickets
sold August 2.1, 25, 26: good. to return
Only 'aier at County vseat.
Proprietor will sell outfit, accounts
and good will of 1-3amberg 1. ferald for
$1500 cash.- Good job outfit included.
t&f. it. Banbc rg, S. C.
The place to buy your Nt olasses at,
20,'25, 35, 40 and 50 ets. is at. .J. W.
Reeder's. f. 3m.
SncluwmrA RY's OF'icn, Juno 23, 1897.
The annual miecting of tRe'1 Stock
holders of The Newberry Co- oton Seed
Oil Mill and Fertilizer Con- spany will
be held at the Council Clh; n.mbers at
Newber'ry, S. C., oni Wednes day, J1uly
7th, 1897, at 3 p). mi.
t& f. 2t L. W. FLOvn1, Sot 3r'etary.
I'oMmtister liarris Endls hiEs Life.
Postmaster R. W.~ ,Haririi, .of Uniion,
ended his life last Tuesday mo: runing b.,
taking imiorpine . Hie was co; nid1ile d
an able and talented citizen, having
Sbeen sent by his pcop)lc to the 4 Tlcago
cbilvenii0in before Cleveland's o' lection.
The true cause of his action. has not
For Infanuts and Children.
NOT LOOKINCG V(LL!
NOT FELING YELLF
This preparation is a comb iiatiora~
of drugs having adberativo., tonie
stimiul antI and laxativo action.
It .otntains three drugs whi;h 110~
mes cal profossion rconunmand 'i
skid dciseasos4, Scirohloums aRo,a'tioni a
'1yspop)sia, Liver Compr4aint. hei -
It is earefully prepared fro' i n th
purest drugs and is isold! at 7N colrtf
at bottle at
Robes/son & Gilder's
H A/?R/S LITIAWAtEI
Carbonated Lithia Water,
Sold to the- Wholesale~ ,-and
Rietail trade at lowest Prices b)
S. B. Jonet,
Agent for NewLsrrv.'
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. Gustavus E. Werber has been
protnoted from a clerkship in the pen
sion oiec to an examiner of poisoIs at
a salary of $1300.
William 1illis a forici resident of
Nowherry lost. an arm last Saturday
while operating some of the machinery
in the Anderson Cotton Mill.
The Grand Jury last Tuesday even
ing returned a "nobill" in) the case of
S. W. Seruggs, charged %vit,h oflicial
misconlduct in his dispensary oflico.
Newberry is weil represented at the
Teachers' Associatioi'at Greenville or
r tler i 'miountain, about twenty
b at the meeting now in progresa.
Therd will be a pie-tile at Chappels
to-morrow and a vertlable feast of
good things may be expected. A base
ball game will also be played by the
Nine-Six and Chappell teams.
Jno. Deuson lost two mules by light
ning on last Sunday night during th6
storm. There were two mules in one
stall and .ono in another supported by a
wall. One mule in aeh stall was
Tho Newberry base ball team has
obtained the use of Mr. M. A. Carlisle's
pasture, near the artesian well, where
they will &A themselves in good trim
to cross bats with some of the champion
Newberry Is well represented at the
Teachers 'Association in Greenville
this week. The band of teachers struck
the mountains in good time to enjoy the
cool mountain air. WO wish them a
cot time and hearty reception.
:We regret to learn that Mr. D. C.
Pmiith's little daughter was painfully
injured last Friday by tha falling of a
ehiiimiey during a hailstorm. MrV.
SI-uith who was oiie time a resident. of
Newberry now resides near Havirds
v ille, in Saluda County.
Mr. Ches . Plifer, once a citizen:of
Newborry, died recently at his home
in 4concoril, N. C. He was never mar
ried and left his property, valued at
$17,000 to his brother, Mr. Robert F.
Phifer of Concord, and his sister, 'rs.
Williamson of Winston, N. C.
This seems to be a year for pr;e'sidents
aid presidentiatl lections. South r'Ir
olitt, College and Clemson have both
lost. their pre'sidentls by resignationls,
and now comlns the resignation of Dr.
Chas. ,Manly of Furman Univ'ersity.
I)on' suppose it is because silver is
Cons( able J, 3. ayes went it in o
the country lasi, Wednesday to arrest
Belton Cooper (col'd), who resisted and
drew his pistol and was shot by MIr.
Mayes. Cooper was charged with
breaking of Contrat. The wound is
thought to be mortal.
Mrs. L. C. Boland and children, of
AtlanltaL, are visiting ber mother, Mrs.
M. C. Meggett.
Prof: and Mis. W. -1. Wallace have
gone to Glenn Springs to s)end several
Col. Ceo. Johnston has beeni spend
ing a few days in G reenv'ille.
The many friends of Prof. Sidniey J.
D)errick wvere given much pleasure by
grasping his hand last Wednesday.
Prof?. D)orrick is pr'incipal of the pre'
pariator'y depart,mnt, of "'Newberry,"
andl is steadily climbing t,he ladder of
fame round by round.--Lox ington D)is
' r. Arthur Copeland, wit,h JTones &
Copolanid, Newbeorry, was upl 0n aL visit
Sunday and Monday.*---Cli nt,on Gazette.
Misses Heclen Mower and Nannie Pool
left yesterday for a v'isit, among friends
and relatives In Abboville.
Miss Sallie Jones, who has been in
Columbia, utoppe)d over for a shornt visit
with Mr's. 10. H. Aull before returning
to her home at Dyson.
Mr. Irwin Itenwickc is visiting in
Miss Nettle Daniel, D)avenport amid
Runmwick's ellleient millinei- has return
ed to B3altimore.
M\r. Luike Foster, who has made
many fr'icmh. since lie has been ini our
city, will leave today for Spartanhurg,
where lie will take a business course ini
-Converse College. We wish h im much
.lho Misses R.iser havew returned af
ter a pleasant visit, of a few (lays at Mr.
Mrs. E. A. Mathicrel noe Miss 10hmma
Moor., of Califor'nia is visiting rel
atives in Ncwberr'y. She was originally
fr'om Nowborry but has not beeni here
fo' Humer ExcurslopI I(ates.
RIToective at onmce. Th'le Charleston
&; 'Western Carolina R.'ailway will sell
Stimmuer Excursion Tickets, limited for'
re~turn nassage to October 31st,, to Grueeni
vitie, S. C., Spartanibur'g, S. C., H-ar'ris
ithaIa Sprminigs, S.'C , Glenn Sprilngs,
N. C., Asheville, N. C., Uecndersonville,
N. C., FLhat Rock, N. C., Tryon, N. C.,
Salla.lJa, N. C., andl( all mountain resorts.
.lqact and conivenionut schedules guar'
aLntif)ad via tii route.
ior ffrates, echiedules or' any informa
V:ion, .w.rJ.te or call upop any agent of
tVhea(~mftany or' W. J1. CRA10,
Geni. Pais". Agent,
12m. Augusta, (Ga.
in tho.vielLty of Boquot, WVest more
'landi, Co. iPa., a4nmost, anyone can tell
'you howv to cure a lame back or stifY
'neck. Tihiey.damipeni a piece of flannel
'with Chambherlain's Pain Balm and
bind It on .the affected parts andl in
one or two' day3s the t rotibie has dlisap
peoaredl. Tiho sameii treatmuent will
jpmmptl ycure a. pain in the side or
a kdest. Mr. E. M. 'Frye, a p)romiineont
amerchant of BUoquet, speaks very
)highly .of Pain 'Balum, andl his recomn
imendlat ions have had,much to do withb
wangit popular there, For sale by
THE CITIZENS PROTEST.
A bleeting Hold Looking to the Premerva
ttou of the Shade Trees in Our Ulty
A representative iceting of the citi
zens of Newberry was held In thoCoun
cil Chainbers Tuesday afternoon at 6
o'clock to take some action' in regard
to the preservation of the shade trees
of our city.
Col. 0. L. Schumpert was elected
chairman and J. W. H0arhardt, secre
Mr. (leo. B. Cromer stated that on
Monday afternoon at a meeting of cit I
zons a committee had been appointed
to prepate and present to Ub is meeting
resolutions proteltIng against the fur
tlier mutilation or destruction of shade
trees in the city, for consideration.
Said committee was composed of the
following persons: Geo. 13. Cromer,
. C. Wilson, S. P. Boozer, W. T. Tar
rant and Win. Johnson.
After somo discussion the following
resolutions presented by the commit
tee, slightly amended, were unanimous
Whereas, many of the citizens and
the taxpayers of the town of Newberry
fear that In the erection of the electric
light plant more of the shade trees of
the town will be destroyed, unless steps
are taken to provent such destruction;
now, thereforc, be it
Resolved, 1. That we earnestly pro
test against a further mutilation and
destruction of our shade trees.
' 2. Tlhat we respectfully petition the
Town Council of the Town of Nowh-1-r
ry to take such stops as may b- neces
sary to provent the further mutilaticn
and destruction of the shade trees of
the town, and we further respectfully
ask the hearty co-operation of the
Board of Commissioners of Public
Works in carrying out this purpose.
3. That we respectfully ask the
Town Counil and the Board of Com
missioners of Public Works to give us
seine assurance that this px tition will
On motion of Mr. Cromer, the chair
man and secretary of tile meeting were
re(uested to present the above peti
tions to the City Council and the Board
of Commissioners of Public Works and
to inform the citizens of the answers of
tie above named bodies.
Mr. Alan Jiohnstone moved, and his
motion wits unannously adopted, that
the cili-inns in meeting assembled oi
Monday afternoon or in this meeting,
in wh1Matever actioln was takenI, meaIt
no censtr of or reflection whatever on
the Board of Commissioners of Public
Tle meeting then adjourned.
(). L. SCHIUMPIEMr, Chalima'n.
J1. W. EAHAIMr, Secretary.
Whcap Excusilon Itat..
The Atlantic Coast Line is offering
indueements to all those who wish to
take suminer trips.
Fourth of July tickets will be sold
between points in South Carolina at
one first class fare for round trip.
Trickets on side July 2, 3, 4, wvith final
limit .July 7.
Tickets to Glenn Springs from New
berry $4.45, Prosperity $4.45, Clinton
Round trip) tickets to the Woman 's
Missionary Society to be held in An
dt. .on, S. C., June 30th to July 5, wvill
be on sale .Junem 28, 29, and 30o, with
final limit July 8. Rates ate as fol
lowvs: Charleston, $11.05, Columblia,
$5.85, D)arlington, 9.90, No wiferry $3.85,
Prosperit,y, $4. 25, Sumter, $8.10.
Tickets to State Convention, United
States Con fedecrate Camps, G reenvi lle,
S. C., will be on sale Aug. 24, 25, 26,
with final ibnit A ug. 30. Round tril
tickets one cent petr mile each way.
Thtroughi tickets from Charleston
$4.85, Clinton, 95e, Darlington $3.9()
Newborry, $1.40, Prosperity, $1 .50,
Round trip) tickets to the International
Convention Haibtists You ngPeopleUnion
will be on sale JIuly 13, 14, and 15, with
final limit J1uly 21 at the rate of one fle'si
cliass fare. An extension of the fina]
limit to Atig. 15 can be had by deposi
ting the rettirn p)ortIin of ticket with
agents of the terminal lines at Chatta
nloogat prior to .July 10.
Tickets fo the Annual Meeting South.
Carolhna Teoachers Association, Green
ville S. C., Jutne 30th to July 5, will bc
on sile Jn ne 30 to Jumly 1, with final
limit ,July 7.
One first class fare for the round
Why wvill yon hu,y hitter nauscat,ing
to,m.es wh'len ;RuOVmE STASTiEL,ESSUiIHLi
T1ONIC' Is as l)leasanL as J4emon Syrup.
Your druggist Is authorized to refund
th mneny ini overy case where It. faih
fo cure. 'i'ico 50) cents. f. Iy
('olumtbia Bicycles for sale. Tiirei
on Ladies' Wheele inflated und exam
ined free of charge. Repairing of al
k inmds. 1". A. bCI[UM PERT!,
f. tf, Agent.
J1. W. Reeder wvill sell you Soda tom
TALAk OF A IARIC NAQ.
SSpecuilitnuts of AV ost cog Kvialnel III Italsh
inglonl-Elans Will 'Not Uinl Sa,ys
I r. Samna pa Pop.
.Spee.ial t- The Stato.]
Washington, June 21.--The coiming
selacoril1 prilaliy in Sout h Carolina
is tallked aboullt het,re spausiodically. It
Is not known posItively that Senator
MCLauin-Il will have ol1 of the repro
sentaltiatves ias ant) opposing vntldidatc.,
bu t omnIuII [ ls sig'gest ionls of "seismile, col
dit,ions" alre. liard now and01 then thlit
Ialy be sigiiivillt. "111-by, possibly:
TIalbert, mlayj>e: some strong manti"
eveittualtly. "T''lere Is no suit-ht thing a1s
conlltrat-ioll oil anfty o mnanl yet,"
saild one of the south Car-olina colgress
moln to-daty. 'It is entirely pos4ible,"
he added. "that MuLainil 11111Y havc
Only n a110111111 opposition, and It is Itiore
thanl Speculation to Say that.t r(anlsition1
politicS" may l(1o1p "Sris'-)Ving 01)1)0
fsitlin." The observaition recalled Herr
of lichliganl (nlow at cotitemliporairy of
the "forgotten man") and his sacrell
giouis iliteration or "iogs an( i-- 1"' in
connicaion wit.h1 1-oumth Car-olinal poll
"And that reminds mile," savid an Alli
ance con gressmn 11 , ''that we ar-0 raising
Imlorel hogs ti is year thanl ever hefore ill
tile tiurbilent ex perience of agiiiltiral
agitation iI South Carofina." lie ap
pettled to Ceasar. (a bright, lawyer who
Vigorously ma11intainls, InI connlect.ion
with Sim11onton1 diSpenSM-ry decisioI,
that, the doctr-ine of nullifleation is res
adjudielt) to suipport the assertion. In
.his undisputed fact was r-ecognized
"the advalce agent of southern pros
Tha1l1t illnlocnt obser01va1t.ionl sugge sted1
Lhe WTa hill and whla, Ti11-llanlmeanls
by" v'o.inhg for al ad valoi-m aml export
duty On cottoll. "At ieart.'' Said one of
thle st,laightest DeIlocrats iII tile dele
gaL,ionl, "'.Tillmanl is at protoet.ionlist'. I
apprehelnded aIs mu11ch inl 1890 and then
addressed himls a luetcr on the subject.
To My s11I-)ris0 he a11s1er(I that, 1
helleved in 'i tariO for Ieveueonly" "
"And Itrby," romarked1,11another(!On
gressman, "hlias reenitly made the samo
"Neither Irby nor .John Gary Mians
will oppose MieLaill.nil," says Dr. Samp
Sonl Pope. "It will be it dark horst. of
somne significanlt proporl-1ionsl.i, he says.
"Irby," lie added, "maitty be a candidate
for goveior, and Elvans had assured
him that, he would not be at candit-ie
for the senitte tIII this time."
The gifted y.oln,g South Carolina sen
atol. heal's all 11his dog-day speculat.ionl
wit,h at comlplavenivy Ot,a indivintes at
piophetic i low ledge of cutilnig ovelts.
(Gen. lamplton 's well enotigh aid
aaivo eiouIg to e li candidate for the
Senlate, butl thle use of his nlamte inl that.
conneeot,ionl is withiot, his at.hm-loit.y.
l0 Will a10v0 here ''Uesiay Oil Ia tours'
of inspe.t.io1 over tht. iie l'ids,
a1COm1111aied by Mr. Chas. C. Calhonl,
hi-s privaLte Seretary, Miiss i)aisy
Hrampton and Miss ierndon of Vw
ginlia. 'Ilhetvrip will incelude stops ait
Chicago, Omaha, I)enver. Cheyonn iv
SaiLt 4Rnko C ity, anId Sanl l'Ivane1is'o.
It is aL gReat delight, to0 Genl. 111amp1
ton's fr'iends to see him11 in such1 excel
1.ion to-dlay to. Capt. Melton.01 in connee10
but1 the1 1 l'Cesident 1.o((lly3 remartid:(
Senator' Tilhnan111 is a leeckless wheel.
man11. I Te led t.he wiid1( 8RaturdayI1 ma lti
hi neCe procession inl theO avemic to-dauy.
1'assin t,he.11 St. .1lamies hlotel his8 whee100
ster01 rushelld to0 his scu0e1. Ii, was the
second mein(ilg of tile two unique11 anld
EnsoI' was1 lonlfirmeltd to-daly ard
assistan.t11)8 118.potat-r. ,IkA e Von K(ol -
nitz1, lhe ieked nyec anId service0 in tile
J . I. II.
Chlamb,1erlainI's ('ibgh itoeedy en1resi
8:11e by WV. 1. Pelhami.
severe winid. We hope11 no( serious1 dam11
Crp arelj) a(01 lit tle back( wa(rd(, 1but, we
h hope( they(3 will 00ome alonRg inI 1.heir own'I
o'cloc(k. IHommbiher tis1 1111l 00ome,
h%'it wekatM . . . nkis'
k Mr'. I,Croy13 W'demanlI spent1l a few
day13s at MIr. A. C. Slighi's latst, weelt.
't, p)lays~ a1 1.housan d inne1(s. I 'rices froml
-e 4 1(1t $200. For' part11icuIlars enl11 onI
wV I,. A. I Ilkiin.I M.)A
Newherr1Iy, 5. C., .111ne 28. '80'4.
(drenl wals 14ik withI aI severei'4 hioWel troni
ble, OuIr doetoir's reethdhHiesiha failed,
h" whIieb ga1v( very speed(y relIef. WeI
os re.gardi it as the be'st mledicn 1 e10(ver put
.d MtIo. Th'is~ cerrainly Is the best41 medl
cine ev'er punt onl the( mlarket for dIyH4en
tery', summerl130 comp1 laint , c01ic and1(
o falls to gIve pIromlpt relief whenil used' in
-k reasonablle timo1 and1( the pilin pr1Iited
directon 1 aro11 followe'd. Manly moth11
e.rsJ halve'O expressed( theIr si ncere grail,
.. I ud(e for the enres'4 I Ita effe cted. F"or
sile hv WV. 10.110elhaml.
Colebrateid for ita great leavenlilig
stengthl and hecalthfulnieps. Asurep.
lie food agnitiiit alun a(] ill form:4 of
adulteration conitilonl to th cheap
RtOVAL HAKINO P10NWDEHM'.,NEW.N Y010C
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET.
ALL T11E NEWS OF A LIVE AND V'IC43
8i1veIi coi'es1uoitonI 110r-1i ii d News.1
The talc of town -- Idison's P'ojoct -.
img Kinletoscope. All who have s en
tlils exhibitionl spiak inl the ligli-st
terilis of it. There is a wonsleful real
ity about, tle pictures and an ointe who
has not seeni .lie exhibition should cor
tiainly see it. WIhat woitlerful pro.
iress! One hmli)(1ed tya-.4 ag(o sth itu
exhibit.ionl woul havo brouiglit down
the vontlelmn Ilat,ion of it siuptstit iois
Wv learly I lat the apl-aisers fi' I lite
e-stte of Ihe liate. A idrw I ti-dllbnhaugl.
K's<., have place<l flit, vahlle of all hisi
property at. flo,0. 'l'lis is (p1ite a
Iice sum to leave. Ill is wile nt o(lest
son1 were left, as executors of his will.
The I.1,ther' I.eagie services in (ract
chur11ch .14III(lay night wero voliflut-tedl
1.'va-le andl Minnliv Iwo Hower,. 'The
blisineoss Imecting of I le l-agu will h.
liehl l'ida night, .tily'21. Al! i-4- in
vitedt to attel. as t.he preli:.Jinari."
for tle vetjing on lilt SIlt will bo a
ianged for aid ot work dle..
"Tho P'rosperit'y corrsonmilit ol1
the Newhorry4 l .eraIti al N 's, writ.
lng iider dtitv of .1mie 2.1, says:
'le King's i)auglt,ers of the . H.
'. CAII'ehrc arv o.gItnil'zuig for It,if her
of tlieiri enjoyablittlle i-et Irta ineit.'s.
Will Ilh-othe-r 'Kay' kimdl,y, clt-vc.ly.
camitily antI 1iovasiv-ly I.-H us , ,'e
he got the iniformation'?"- - Advi i Ii ...
I 'ook iei'e, brother gIuil I push. I lit
shothild lot tise so inayl aljetiv. :i
now I ami going to tell you if you wit I
jtslt st.ep aside so it) oie 'all hitar what
I will Saty. for you know it. is teat st.
cret. So hold down Iow, I aw gin;
to whisper' it. in your ear'. I saw it if
the local voliinns of tho Advlet,isel anI
ImIatle a nlote of it, se'? o 11s this :l
wer yourlgestionl kindlly y, ,venn
di<lIy an ilievasively. If not, I loti.
know how to. Take t.ho. will for the
The hlurt. peolw E avo doil-ng nievlv.
(apt. Gilstoni is get,t intg on as wtell as
coulil be' expitel.el. Noi fever lhas c'opet
so tar andl it, is to hb' hiopeil it will ntot)
Ilie pests v'ery~ wtell tutu oin l,h who>le is
tloing as well ais otis cotiublti. ( )l re-uise
it will be week<s befores lie can i e< out
NIlis. IIirmn-i wtas <loinit. very' wi'll
fr'om hteri hii-ts in t I it. NIr. I 'ioii
is hiiimstlf agtaiin.
jiu'ies I sailtlit' was at inembuer sif
Alyi'tle Lodlge, K'. ttf I'. Ilie is a iioiim
he ofI' CatIat'iy'.demo o
Th'le ( 'entral I AIlter I emagnec of New
ing in Grace chiurch'l tin 'liuTmstlia
ini 'ITsday''s lierahtll ati INewis. .\ full
at,t.eite e is ox Iittf.edt andu a Ideasalit
Ci )ur obel fien'id Iirowne. i. ''. l-'oil
tiraminig grouiiils, ai is ntow htappli
f.tempted to piut his t.hreuat. iti exectut
t.iton ats yet. lie is sto ver it at ila, inh<i
has to stanid twttice in the 5( stne plate t<
manke a shatdow once. lIe is get I in
bi't-ter , lhe says and)1 wVill ''lick''" ytti
htumbile scibel5 when hte gt.i.s through
hiandlinig ice for' fthe season.
I). .1. (Gillit,b, of I,tewiedlale, is visi t inig
her' firiend, NIr's. Dri. Iluniter.
AIir. I ra H olanid, of I rIosper'ity. wats b
town Oin aL visit tis week.
Th'Ie picnic at. Mt. TIabo' wats onily
sliumly atttendied firm herue Thurnsiday oii
anid the long stay dlown therte from 'i
N. & I,. very3 kimil 1y'ofter'ed to stop go
ing tand coin lg antd let. the passengen5i'
Tlherte hias bsein tan e'xeurIsioni t'ait
Iitt'rrah Our' 'ity fatthters a i reioin.
to lix tip thei. well at. latst. I t,hiink I heu'
have at leat (i piieces of tiin.hci'oii haitn
to hegini with. We expiect-to chr on ie'h
te fact i it the s wee, by)3 amid by Ihant. IIh<
work is dlone, if we livte that. lontg.
Th'ler'e Is talk of sonmc atich gattut'
of baisebatll her'te ini the n'at' futurte
I ,et 'ciii comte. Y'ou tilist, pratiui tup
boys. K AY.
ituc'Ien's Arnelia Wialve.
Thte betst ltve' In thle wori'h for ('ts
lirulses, Sores, lIlteers, Malt. Ifhe'es
Ifeover' Sores, Tetter, ( 'happIiledI lIa.t .
ChiIIitlaus, Consi, aund ttl S kii nt ru
tionis, andic positively enures l'i les, or ii
p)ay requiredl. It is guarantiteed to gi v
perfect satisfact Ion ort mtoney(' refun tded
Prtice 25 cen'tts pier' box, Forii stale b;
Rlihorbann & GilIer.
Confederate Vetrans iu Nashviiie.
Nashville, Tenn., June 24.- I'ho Coi
federate Veterans' parade was a menti
orablo recognition of the valor of Ii1
soldiers of the Confederacy, and wt
univergally accorded a magnificent tr
umph by thit sands of thansands
At the head of the procession rod
the beloved oflicers whose names hav
gone into history, and who wore to
lowed by the fairest of the daughtoi
of the South, who considered it a
honor to be there. Soldiers on erutel
es and many omlpty sleeves were in ev
dence. Old men kept time to th
quick stop of the marches, and wh
an oflicer attempted to persuade an 01
war-worn Veteran that the marc
would be too much for his feeble limb.
he gathered himself up and exclainee
"By G-d, Colonel, I was with Ston(
wall Jackson," and kept his place I
the line and kept pace with the young
or men through the heat and burden c
the day, and when "Dixie" was struel
up by the band he yelled like mad. N
words nor pen can describe the enthu
siasm which this air waked, when th
oldest living Confederate was led to th
Platform, carrying the weight of 9
years, tP'onbling with excitement, bu
looking overy inch a warrior. Thi
old Roman is Michael 1. Bilgen, of A la
One of the special features of thi
grand parade was a company from Ait
gusta, Ga., equippod as during the wal
with canteens, knapsacks, and blanket
rolled and hung over their shoulders
theit guns were Enleld rilles, witl
bayonets fixed. Oh, how our heart
throbed with sad memory of a brigh
morning in 18t6 when a manly youtl
bade us farewell, off for the war
dressed just, like these men, now ol
and worn, but brave as he. These o(
Veterans received an ovation all alon
the line, and when their band playe(
"Dixie" their reception was incompar
able-fifty thousand thro)ts yelle<
from pave to housetop, and joinled 1)
ten thousand soldiers in line of march
th is glorious scene stirred the hearts o
every man and womnz capable of feel
ing, and rendered mutp those not, i
Bylmipatihy, if such they were.
At their head rode t,he general, witl
thirteen youig ladies drhessed to form a
Confederate lag, who were his escor
of honor. The pro(--sion was on
hour and thirty minu' , in passing I
given point. At the a ditorlum (,'en
M. C. Butler in his specl paid loft;
tribute to the women of the Sout,h an
waked wild applause wheni he declare<
that neaily every monument ereated t<
the heroes of the Soutuh were crecte<
by the women of the South.
Confederate day at Nashville wil
long he remembered, for it mar1ked al
object lesson for our posterity, showin,
the homage that is paid to courage an
self-sacrifice, which gave up all iL
steadfast devotion to patriotism an
Wave the stars,and bars---'tis i toker
Of the glory and sorrow we knew i
Keep) the flag- -let it,serve as a shrine '
As our holy of holies in t,he tenmple<
From time stir and the rush of t,he grea
F'rom the fields and the far-awa
Ucere are,gathmered tIhe men left fr*oi
When the South gave her all an
lher rivers ran blood.
M. A. E.
10,000 lbs. D)ry H-ides. Highest cam
price paid( for them.
fat. 2m. SUMar 'u Bitos.
Water for sale at $1.54
Snlver Street I)ot,,.
WVe regret very much to learna thi
Capt. John W. McCul lough is to lea'
D)r. James Meintosh was in ton
T1he roads are very rough. WVI
not have the chain gang out putt,ir
them in fine condition.
Mr. Will A. 1.ant is enjoying free
counltry air for a few (lays.
Won't, sonmc one have a first cla
barbheeue at Newberiry on campauit
Mrs. Hattie Owens, of Lauirens,
visiting Mrs. D. 1B. Worts.
We had a spJtlendid rain on t,he 28tl
which macdc the cot.ton and corn lou
l'very year a bug appears in coin ar
in somec places abIAost rinsi it. C ari
wec get, a prieventative for this?' TIhel
is a lot of corn ini t,he cou ntry no
d amaged by these b uga. P::.
We Rise to Remark
that it is fly timeH, and)( to,r<(
mrind1 you that the best thin
yet inivenlted for catclhing (li(
is STICKY FLY PAPIR.
Th'le mannufaccturers have inprovi
their paper for this season. it sticl
better and catches more flies. We ha
Itested its sticking quoaities. it. is al
cheaper. We always keep a full sto
RtOI3NRTSO(N & GiFl GDE, D)ruggis
On thn corner. t. &f.Iv
Tribute of Respect,
OI (he cond Shilbth i June, ov.
C. I'. lo(OI :aPPO oited the undorsigned
ats ia comiti tUee to writo at t'iblito jio- pe:
Spet, to IN Is. Li,zzle llunter. She was
o(ne of the lir*;st t,hat, helped to olganlizo
llachillail ('impel Llit.horanl churv)h
andl(] hud iven t,ver since otie of its most
aet.i ve IinImh)I. O it quiet Sabbath
inlortiliv as sit! was ol hler- way to Rov.
.1. A. Slighl's. 1-r k inlstnan, iI Company
with .h is litt ti si. tihe mulo suddenly
toolk r-ight an(I upset the buggy, and
towintg her' ot., sh was I1ndet(i
1lisolIsible byI Ilie iteedojitj lan ibout
thirty hoilrs brfeled im a.
Mrs. 1111111r's mah0dln liamin Was
(irillith, a fitiily i-Ltlwayl kIIoWin fo its
Christian activity imi silf-rvlinco.
Mirs. 111 tvV ha11d lived at widow for.
As it. has pleased ai all-wiso Provi
dvilt-o to rem-11ove he frI oul. l mIdst,
1ild wh( wias one of our best memberti,
ho It reohtved.
1. 'Tluit, ill her deaith we have lost, a
it' l falitllfill Worket' ill Christ.
2. TItl wo extenid ouir Hinceere andI
heit fe It sy in pathy to the loved ones ii
thoir ,mr illfit.loti, und atistior them
th.t tht'Y 0 do not m1ourn1,1 1S t,110e Who
la[v o hlopo.
3. 'Tat t,h ese resolut-ions be published
inl Tle I .1ithe \'lill isitot. and the coitity.
papurs. NIs Im.,.hmlA Blil.
.\Al,l,AVl Q UA'LP-1BATUAM,
AKvi Tr': Isv NUSTo'N.
19 Canse.4id by torpht liver. wit'ch prevent.- dtlgos
tiol nd peluriits footl to te'rui'l nt illitrify in
If nlot rellieved, hillois ftve.
or bh:od li1oksoninit, Hmog's .11I
P111i Stin laillte the St1a h
romie tlie liver. , e b11e111lne e, dlizzines, coll
StpatIon, vle. 271 (11-nts4. Stilil by al lrugglits.
Theoily 'illk to takv\l 1i l ot's .biaparl la,
... -m -
Coo C C040)
(biar l.usiness huot I increased' so n1t1tch
storet toll snill to enriry ia stileiient
<li:iitit*tly of iry ( .'als, Nti ons, W o
menil's, AIlisses atiiih 'hItIlit's Shoes4', ini
inig (I od<s, ?tIen's Shboes, NIei's 'Hatils,
liines, I a k iing, the' IDry G'eods D ress
(t iods, W hlit e I tonIs, Not Ions, I Io:sler'y,
Store,'" atid NIr. ( 'tioehut reminin:g
i'leni's Shotos, ilats, &u'. We have roe
you1 wVill tenrly he'I, n atblet to r'ec giwA
Sihe pinee11 wheni you inex visit, 11s, bu(,.
prooovits, so ItIhat ouar stort' will lbe
tiw mnost at 't eiv plac in:1 1 Newberr'y,
and1( we iteiti dt'ing everiythinag that,
ouir I tenty-live years' e'xper'ience in
buisins as11u4i 4 theo1 'aantage's weV4 en1joy
by3 keep'jin)g it t.ouch~ withI tihe btitt.
large'st marke1tIs and liouse)11 ti of tho
keept'ingt stricotl.y re'lile (hoids ru1n4
selintg thiemi at close1 (ot to) whoIlesa)le
list, tt hter 'ti you ca refer' to it: I)ry
Spool I 'otton11, Spiool Sdik, lht,tns,
(''rs'ets, ai ali1 kimis ttt "mali Nt ions)1,
I td1ie'i, NIlissest' and( 111 t hhie's 8Ihom
Ih bli t 1) in the li m tkt.
\Vt ishaIfIll rta in 'the be st 4f1e'itte'o
the'i tVh 1ket Departme t, 1ll)Z and ala
se'1tll y ou ll oforil ep.'IbItrIi innt 1<HN1
4sold8 by11 the Itt lil. \V' bulght14
sl 4,'o:o tit for , willno what wels a 10
Sne without the Cn., but101 there tr
iti itiuttorfs3 afwda= e