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NiWBORIfY MARK ET.
Corrected every Tuesdt'y and Friday
by Summer Bros.
a ... .................... ........ 5 .
Shoulders ........................... r) 1c.
Hm............................. 12 .
Best Lard ............... ... a)80.
Best Molasses.............. .. 4 0.
-Good Molasses............... 35o.
Corn ........ ............. 550.
M eat ---------. -........... ........... 650.
-lay...-....... -.. ................. $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
1st Patent Flour................. $5.50. 1
2nd Best Flour.................... $5.00.
Strait Flour.-..................... $4.75.
Good Ordinary Flour.....
Stjgar .............. ........
RICO .........................,........., -
Coffee.......................... . ..1 00.
Cotton seed es), portaek... V1.10
Hulls, pPO, wt...... .......... 300.
ter, per lb ...........u.... 1 R20c.
10s,per dozen ..........,.. 100. 3
Chekens, each.................. 121 20o.
Peas, per bushel....... ......... 60700.
Corn, per bushel.................. 0c.
Oats, per bushel............. 3 Oc.
Sweet potatoes ..... ...... 52, .
Turkeys, per lb .................. r 8e.
Fodder, per ewt .................. 7 50.
Opeline Mories sold at 7jc. now on
A. C. Jones' 5e. counter. t. It
Garmany Alliance will meet on Fri
day, July 11th, at 3 o'clock p. in. Busi
ness 'bf importance.
H. H1. FOLK, President.
B. 13. LEITZSI-1Y, Sedretary.
6 calico on A. C. Jones' Go. cou.iter.
Dental Association jjanqtjo.
The Stato Dental Associat.ion will'
meet this year at Harris SpIJ1g,'' July I
21-23. The annualbauftiet will be
bel 14M aevening, July 22nd. t
i eTrald and News acknowledges
recelpt of an invitation from Mr. Harris
to the banquet, and if nothing pre
vents we will be oil hand.
Cotton Coupons, all colors, sold at
1oc., now on Jones' 5c. counter t. it
Recond-Hand Machinery for Sale.
One 60-saw Pratt gin, feeder and con
denser. One 60-saw Winship gin, feed
er and eindenser. Oae 50-saw Luninus
gin, feeder and condenser. One Acme
double gear power cotton prmss. Two
shlove wheels, flve feet in diameter.
One transmission wirc cable. All for
sale by The Carolina M'f'g Co.,
t4t West Main St.
Watch A. U..Jones' 5c. couitt-r. Some
thing now every week. t. It
- - m.m - -- t
The trustees of School District No. 46
will receive al)lications for a teacher
of the Burton'scho6l until the 20th inst.
School term will be friom 7 to 9 months.
Salary $25 p month. Send applica
tions to W. C. PETERSON,
- Longshore, S. C.
July 10, 1897. t&f. 2t
8kc. and 6c. G inghams on A.O. Jones'
to. counter. t. It
For Central Academy school. Male
teacher preferred. All applications
must be handed to one of the board of
trustees on or before August 1st, 1897l.
Salary must accompany application.
School will run 7 or 8 months, inblud
ing two months in summer-July and
August. All patrons are earniestly rec
qiuested to ho p)resent at that meeting.
J1. D). SHEELYx, Chim'n,
WV. S. SEYBIT,
A. L. AULL,
t. :3t Trulstees.
SeeA. C. Ioncs' Sc. count~er, t. 1it
.~" Teacher Wanted . o9
Applications mulst be handed to one of<
the trustees on or befor~e August 2nd.
A pplicant will state salary required.
School will open about Novembor- 1st,
and1 will run seven or eight months.<
Patrons of school will mneet at the
s chool house on Monday, August 2nd
at 9 a. mn. B. L. DOM~INICKc,
. D. B3. WERTs,
T. S. BLA IR,I
t&f. 6t. Trustees. <
Sitver Street, S. C. 4
For Infants and Children, .
INOT L OKING WELL!
R OT FEEING WELL!
This preparation is a combination
of drugs having alterative, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
* It contains three drugs which the
medical profession recommend for,
skin diseases, Serofulous affections, 1
Dyspopsia, Liver Complaints, Rihou
It is carefually prepared from the
Spurest drugs and is sold at 75 centa
R 'bestson & Gilder's
Drug 8/Ore. I
VARIOU1 AND ALL ABOUT.
Miss Maggie Wright has returned
A hard rain fell hero yesterday about
Miss Selie Little of Litrens is visit
lug iu Nowberry.
Miss Mamnie Wrigh-h ias returned
Mirs. 'McDonald of Florida is visiting
Mrs. H. C. Iunter.
The Carolina Manufacturing Con
pany is ready for business.
Tihe usual crowds are in attendance
1pol the criminal'court.
TI t0io n at Little Mountain will
Je d on Saturday of this week.
-upervisor J. M. Schumprt will not
o in office on Saturday of this wook.
Miss Bottle Reagin has gone to Con
yors, Ga., on a visit to relatives and
Mrs. J. M. Kibler and Mrs. W. A.
Kinard leava tomorrow for Glenn t
Council has passed a dog ordinance,
md owners of dogs will do well to ex
Mr. Levi Kibler will give a barbo
ue at Antine Buzhart place on Wed
Miss Lizzic Gaillard, who has been t
Lttending school in Washington, is
iome on vacation.
See advertisements of the South
Jarolina College and Erskine College,
loth first class institutions.
Mrs. Jacob Ehrhardt and children of i
ihr)1rdt, S. C., are visiting her moth- c
', Mrs. W. A. Cline, in Newberry.
Mr. Chas. Tidnarsh and Mr. Jno C. 3
)uckett, of Whitmire are attending C
ourt and stopping with MNr. F. W.
We acknowledge receipt of an invi
ation to a picnic at the residence of
dr. and Mrs. T 13. Leitzsey oi Friday,
The electric light people have con
nenced putting ill) the wires and it
vill not be long before the electiric
ights will be in use.
Prof. and Mrs. W. K. Sligh returned a
,esterday from Glenn Springs. We I'e- c
,,ret to know that Prof. Sligh has not I
conm at all well, but hope he may soon 1
A petition has been sent to the Sea- a
ioard Air Line people to send their in
tustrial car to Newberry and give one V
f their exhibitions here. We hope 1
he petition will be granted. 3
Mr. T. A. Dominick, who hias been
caching (,t Ehrhard t, Barnwell Count:y,
s home on a visit to his parents inl the'
ounty. Te will ret urn another year
o 10hrhardt, with ani increase of salary.
Mr. Jno. A. Blackwelder, of New
>oriry, S. C., has arrived in the city
md will spend soie tic at his home
n the country. His wife, nece Miss I
,,ssle Fisher, has been at ler' home in
his county two weeks.-Concord Daily
We sincerely hope the people who f
vho are laying the water pipes will get
,o work anid close upi tihe ditches. They
hould not have been op)ened until they
tad the miaterial here to lput downt the
)ipes. WithI tihe hot sun the open1
litchtes and frecsh cartht arc' not coni
lucive to health!
Wmriting Tiablets at A. C. .Jones',
You wvill save montey by3 buyinrg your
tationery at, A. C. Joines'. t. 1t
Duncan's WVaste of Time~'.
John T. Duncani gave an initerview
oday, exp)laining his nion-attenidanice
Lt the campaign meetings. 4Tc says it
s due to the fight Ito htas to make in
Jourt next wock against the Southern
.tailr'oad on a (questioni of jurisdictioni
>f Federal anid State Courts. lie deals
Lt length with the encrorachtment of the
ede'ral judiciai'y anid thte power of cot'
bor'at,ions. Then lie dechares ini favor
>f the dispensary, attacks McLauin's
.ar'ifY v'iows, andi declares htimtself in fia
ror of the t'o-eletion of Ilon Tillmtan
o the Senate. lie says heo is ini the
'ace because hte wants to) go to the
Jntited States Senate, arid thinks lie is
mitItled to the lahce.-Cor'. Autgusta
Lead Pencils 8c. dozen at
t. It A. C. .Jones'.
'lThe Southei'n will sell special tratc
ickets for the followinlg occasions:t
Coluinbia D)istr'ict Contference M. 10.
hur'ch, South, at Rtidgeway', Junly
1i-25. Fare fr'om Nowberr'y arnd re
urn, $3.45, Pr'osperity, *3.25. Tickets
mn sale 20, 21, 22 and 23, with final
umit July 26th.
District Grand Lodge United Order
)ddt Fellows (colored), Columnbia, S. C.,
ingust 2--'. Fare fr'om Newborr'y andi
'eturn, $2.25; Prospier'ity, $2.00. Tickets
mn sale' August 1, 2, 3, 41, 5, with fial
imit, August 9th..t
The round trip1 from Newberrty to
'ampla, Fla., and return is $6.50, about
he cheapest oeur'siori that, hats been
>ifereod here it a long time.
end( yourF alddriess to IT. E. Buck Ion
a CJo., Ohticago, arnd get a free samrple
>ex of D)r. K ing's New Life PilPs. .A
rIal will convince you of their merits.
l'hese pills are easy In ace'Ion anid tarei
larticutlarly effective in thte.curo of
Jon5tliationi and1 Sick Hieadiache. For
Vialaria and Liver troubles they havet
icen proved intvaluiabie. They aret
gutaranteed to be perfectly free from
nvery deleterloud suibstanice and to be0
tireiy vegetable. They (do ntt weaken
iy thteir' action), but by giving tone to ,
tomachb and bowels greatly invigorate
he system. Regular size 25c. per box.
4old by Robertson & Gilder, Druggists.
Novels by the best authtors, two for
ne. at A. C. Jonea'. tL t
Mri Thonoms Cook.
As statrd .in Felday's issuo Mr.
Vhoinlas Cook of our town died sudden
y II Little 1oo', Ark., on Priday
norbing after a brief illness of coniget,
dIon of the brailn.
Tho body was embalmed and for
varded to Nuwberry, reaching here
MIonday morning. Tihe funeral took
Aace from the residence yestorday
ifternoon in the presence of a largo as
embloo of frions.
}jr. Cook was a nativo of Fidyette
rille, N. C., and was forty-soven -year+
d. He had. lived in Newberry foi
6bout twenty yeat's. He Wais a deVoted
usband and father and a kind hearted
-10 Jeft Nowberry with the veter is
or the Nashevill-, reunion and from
breo went to LittI' L ek, Ark ,t with
i frierd In quest of employment. le
ound employment with) the firi of
is Blass & (o., wholesalo dry goods
lealers, through the agency of a mu
ual friend and former schoolmate of
ri. Cook, Dr. 0. 1'. Robinson. '
lv. Louis Blass of the firm wrote
drs. Cook, on the 9fth, a very kind and
ympathetic letter, and in it ho speaks
n the kindest terms of Mr. Cook.
mong other things he says:
* * * Mr. Cook came here
ast Tuesday a week ago, and was in
roduced to ie by a very warm friend
f mine, Dr. 0. P. Robinson, a former
chool-mate of your husband's. We
ceded nobody at the time, but to please
iy friend we took him Into the house,
nid he cortainly made us a very good
nd valuable man. - He has tried in
very way to please us in order to make
is position permlanent; but, he was
lok when he came here and complain
d to some of the men in the house.
lowever, he att,ended to his business
p to Wednesday night, when he went
olue apd was'taken very sick with
ongestion of the brain. Ie had proper
iedical attention, and everything
uas done for him that could be done,
Ild even if you had been here, I do
ot think you could have done more, as
.e was boarding with a very iiee fam
ly. Only yesterday the lady was here,
nd we requested her to let us know if
nyt,hing was needed. I am satisfied
verythiing possible was done for him,
ut at 2.30 o'clock this morning he
assed away. Now, in regard to the
xpenses, I. have found out that you
re not able to pay the expenses which
ill be considerable, and we have ar
anged it here bet,ween ouirselves to
ay everything and send him home to
ou free of anly Oxpelse', an( ill sticl a
"ay as for you not to be ashai'd of h im.
lopinlg that thits explanation to vou
r ill he some1t, satisfactioni to you, I re
Of ("ls "lass- A o.
This was kind, and shows that there
s something of the milk of'human
ininess still left., and that, Mr. Cook
o conducted himself as to make a most
avorable impressi on i his new found
riends and employeris.
We oiler One llund1red Dollars Rtewardl for
ny case of Cataurrh that cann<s t bu et. red by
Inl's Catarri UnrXe.
F". J1. ClIIRN ICV & CO., P'rops., Toledlo, 0.
WVe thei uncdersignedt h:tve knRown 1". .J. Chei
03' for- the iast 15 venrs, andl hl>ieve him i per
L'ctlyhonelorablie In all hiusiness lransact.,,n
t II nanialyi~ abil( to catrry' out an~y 01b11
ntion madie by3 their firm.
VE-sr & TitAux, Whioesaid Druggists, 'Jo
VAimNo. KINNAN & MAiIvIN, Witolesale
)rtigglsts, '.Tole(10, 0.
I tati's ('tnrrhim Cure t.s takent internally, net
ng it etly upon I lie bloodl nnid mi enus suir
aces of thle 5Stem. Price 76e pe-r inttle.
1)1(1 by all Diruggists. Testi monlaais fr,'e.
For sale at all times anmd cheap by*~
t& f t,f J. C. MxYinus.
A Newb-Ierry Stauuient.'
Afonroe, N. C., Enquirer' has the
ollowing pleasant not,ie of Ia younig
ian who has been a student at, New
iorry C ollege and1( Seminaryv for somec
ine, andi who is supiplyinig the Lut
heran conigregat ion at Monroe during
"'Rev. P. 1D. Risiniger, piastor of the
autheran chiurch her-e, preced a ser
non1 last Sun mday morning which was
host ap)prop)riaLte for the occasioni, In
(jC(lpendece day. The mniuster i
ounted tbe great blessings which have
01m1 t,o us as at niationi and( showed that
hey were the free gifts of tge Cod of
ations. WVit,h great ecycronce lie
oi nted out t,he footprints 'of Goed in
ur hiist(,ory anid in language chaste and
caut,iful he told of the ov'ershadowing
lerey and protectioni of God in the
iimes oif our1 nat,ional peril, and lie
al led upon the pieopic to beam- t,hese
'lessings in rememxbrance on this day,
ind to pay tribute to Him in whose
iighty armn lies ouw- strength. It was
spiritual, hlpfutl sermon, antd was
reatly enijoyedh by those who heard it.
hr. Rtisinlger has imade many fr'iends in
40oio andtt is p)opuilarl as ai man11 andi as
Few~~ plel know t hat all plaits coin
aini digestive pricliples. They canlnot,
hsorb their food until it is digested
ny more than an imials ('an. TIhie Mount,
achanon Shakers have learined the art,
>f extracting and utiliz,i ng thlese dliges
lye princiw;pies, andl it, is for t,hiis r'eason
hat their Shaker D)Igestiv"e Cordial is
acet,ing with such phenomnenal sulc s
in the treatmnent of dys'pepsi1a. 'i e
ihaker' Digest,lve Cordial not only con -
ains1 foodh Ilreadly dli"est.ed, but, It, also
ontains (digestive p/Iniles which aid
lie digest,ion of other foods that nmy
ic eaten with it,. A si'ngle It) cent,
ampille bottle will be sul!!!eient, to de
iontstr'ato its valtic,~ and( we sulggest,
hat every su ill'oig dyspept,ic maikd a
rial of it. Ally druggist can supply it.
LAXOF. Is the best, mnedici ne for clili
reni. D)octors recoaimed it in plaec
f Castor Oil.
' At Cost.
Sheet, music at cost foir ten dlays.
vlusic111 IIalider' Cr-otwell House.
t&f. -4t. 1E A. rA wKIN.
Cele6rated for its' great leavening
strength and healthfulness. Assures
the food! against alum and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap I
brands. , t
ROYAL iAKINO POWDER.O.,NEW YOUK
TIlE COURIT. !
Several Murier Caomen on the Docket-Sani
Glein Put on Trial i second Time.
The July term of the Sessions Court
met yesterdiy mornin- , Judge Buch
anan presiding, and Solicitor Sense
and Stenographer Campbell at their
posts of duty.
euge Buchanan charged the grand
jury as to t,he bills handed out by the
Solicitor, but did not charge them as
to their generl duties, as that had
been done it tihe first tern of court.
IIe, however, recalled some of their
duties, and among t,he most imlpo,rtaIt
ho said, was for the grand jury to keep d
their own secrets. It was not only their
secret what, tramspired inl the jury
room but it was the Stato's secret as
well. There was Ia wise purpose in a
t,his and he asked the members to re
member their oath and not talk out
si(le of things that happened in the
jury roon1. Hie also aIdvised %hemII to
take no notie of anonymous commnuni
cations, for no one with manihood to
face his fellowman would write such n
The hours of the court were an
nounced from 9.30 o'clock o half-past 1,
Inild from three to the pleasure of the
Tie followiing appeals from magis
trat e courts Were disposed of.
The State vs. Mills Vallace-dis
The State vs. )ock Angumn-dis
Theo State vs. A. H1. Mille--cont,i l
led . .
The State vs. Carry I layne new trial "
True hills'were ret.auned inl the fol- o
The Stale vs. Andrew Hort.on - mur
The State vs. Carter F'rederick--mur
der and carrying concealed weapons.
The State vs. Toney L,yles--rape.
Tie State vs. .111o. Wheeler--assault
and hatt,ery with intent to kill.
The Statn vs. Geo. L. Nel--assault I
and battery with intent to kill. c
The0 first ease tihken upl for trial wals
that of Sam G;lenn, charged with mur
decr. Tihis case was tried at tahe last,
termi of court and resulted in a mistrial. ~
GIlenn is charged with shxootinig his
wife on last Chiristmnas eye on Dr.
Heniviek's plae, from t,he etffets
of whiebd sho (lied in l'ebruary. iIe is
deede y .1 ohnlstonme & Welch andl
A.A.Cat lisle. C
The trial of Touncy Lyles is set for t
'Thursday. TJhe court aLppointed Mr.
R. II. Welch to dlefend the ncgro. and '
the Solicitor will be assisted bay C. 1'.
Sims, 10sq(., of Union.
The trial of Andr1 ew Horton is also "
set for Thursday.t
Mtr. Sollettor Sense'.t
l)urinug thme recent term of court at,
Spartanbur'g the H-crald of that town
camiIe out~ in an edi toriatl charging Mr.
SoIlicitor Sease with i ncompleten cy andl
demadiL(ling hiis ecsignalttion, and eveni1
went, so far as5 to say3 t,hat the gralnd
jury had (1iscussed his incoumpletency 1
and come wit,hin onc vote of passing a
resolution asding hiis resgnation.
Mr u. Scase aLld1ressed IL letter to the
foreman of the gr'andl jury Inquiring ats
to the truithI of tbe charge maide by the
I Ieraldl. In reply he reeiv'ed the fol
lowinhg letter' from the foreman, wichid
refutes in toto tIhb charge mnade by the
Herald. WVe gladly give( it space in
Reied vi lle, S. C., JIuly 3rd, 1897.
D)ear Sir': Your letter to hand andl
cointenits carefully not ed.
No; there was n10 action taken either'
cxpre~tssed or implie1 d ias to your judili
cial conducnt. If there wats aniy t,hiing
sa1idl it wIas by, som1e inudividumal outside
thme grand jury roonm.
I t,hink I your I workl is comnpllmentaiy,
and( T for' one do( not, biesi tate to 5o ex
press n,ays".l f. Yours, .
N. f,. ICNNI:TTI,
lLuckless'R 4ApIca malve'.
Th'le best. Halv e ini the world for Cuts, 3
B rumises, Hores', iifl(eers, Si, t hum,
Fever' Sores, TIetter, (Chapt pedl liands,
Cuhlbains, Coirns, and14 all Skin JEup
tions, and1( poasit Iiv~ey cnres P'iles, or no
pay13 reqJuiredi. ft isi guanraniteed to givo e
perfect satisfauctio lor nIioneiluy refist I(ed,
P'ri ce 25 cenjts per box. For sale biy
Robertson & GildeCr.
T'euacr WVantedi al
I"or 'i'rain wood School. A l)plic'at-ions
muist, be hanided one of the hoard of I
ti,rn tees on ort before July13 2-4, ats t,each- 1I
(er will he electe'd that (lay.
J). W. 101rRNG,
)UR PROSPERITY BUDGET.
6,L THE11 NEWS OF A LIVE AN) 1-im
Special Colrre8poitiuco 1I1irall -nd News.]
1,1rospio-Itv, S C;, . uly 12, 1897.
The stockholders of the Allianco
Marohouso Coniny iteld t ineet
ng in Moseleyts hall on Friday
ooking toward the organization of a
ottonl seed oil 111111. Messrs. I. C.
doseley, 1). IM. Langford anld .1. 1P.
lowers of the Prosperity (inning and 1
anu facturi ng (olipanly Inet wi th
Ieml) an'i Ilsei,sed the matter in) all its
letails. Tile' plan is to utilize the
varehoulso for 11111i purposes, and by 1i
,dding a power house and seed ware
iouise tile plant would be compltoe.
Nroni information furnished by the I
tianufacturors of oil machinery, i 20 ,
on mill can b0 bought with -ccessary
teamu power for abo.it $8,000. On this
asis a 20 ton plant could be cquipped
ore, ready to run, for about $10,000 in 'l
ddition to the present warvihous
ropert.y. Tile amount of the capitalt
tock will be fixed at an adjourned
iceting to be held first Saturday in i
Lugust, at which thie the canvasing
omllnittee will report, what progress i
biy have made ill securing subserip
ons. We can't help but feel that this C
a step ill the rigiu direction, and we
,ust that the efforts of the gentlemen
iterested may iect with abundant
iccoss. We need diversilied indus
'lcs as well as d iversified farming, and -
Its is on1e of the ways to help mak111ce
rmilig pay, by having a 111111 at your
3or to utilize the sced and give back
) you with i )roilt tile )rOCCO(IS of th0
Liiim. The meeting selected nintle men,
1ho are to be a board of corporaLors,
Ild who will llake applicatioll for
mlinissioll to organlize immediately
rter the mleeting ini August,. We tru.4L
lit aill friends of the llovellent will
mile up to the help of the colllilittee
L onec, so that they llay know how to
roceed at ono and get, ready for the
xt, crop. The gentlemen select,ed as
board (of corporatou-s are Messrs. It.
. ( . Hun11ter, W. P1. I'ugh, It. C.
loseley, J. A. Sligh, A. M. Counts,
7. 1M. Lake, G. 1). Brown, J. P.
owers and .1. L. Keitt. Let the good
ork go on; it is what our community
id every other oneil needs. Success to
milr e1forts, gentlelliell.
As isial, the unexpected happnes.
.n Rev. Z. W. 1edenbaigh wits COM
ig to towin ill his OnIe-h1orse wagoll
iving his family horse, "GuI1," just, is
e got evell with Sellmnpert & Lester"s
ore the bolt. enm l out, of tle sI ingle
'ee and it dropped down, Iittilg 111111
1 tile legs, caiusig him to mLICe Ia
r-eak downi the street. Mr. Beden
ugl was trying tl guile him to keep
in fr'om1 I ng1ill. into at III, buggy jiust, ill
'ont of him colitaililng two ladies, and
I his efforts to save them hie puilled
im so very hard to tihe right, that tie
brupt tuirn1 tbrew 111111 out of Ihe
'agoll, scat, )ody and ill, and painfull
', if not seriously, h1urt him. lie was
iriied into Birge's store and Dr.
lInt.cr wa'is summlloned and1( beganLl
'o1'k 0on1 himl it in l tellIn mites lifter
0 waIs hurt'. Hie was severely bru'lised
p, anid the shioek waIs somlethling feaur
il. Th'le doctor sa1( id e cou1(1ld ot e
ave' stood ai muIch mloreu severe 02n0, as I
is 1pul1e driopped( to 310 lisat,ionw.
Lft,er wvorkcing ni h hlim for ai coule
our1s he0 got much01 easier, and1( late thazt
veinIg he0 was cairried onl is b)ed to
be 1101m1 of Mr. WV. A. Moseley and
eilnain.ed there un itil Sunda11y morni Ing,
thien he was 1.oadedi with is bIed 011 a.
ragonl and1 carried ,to his own 110111.
Ils ext,ernal injuries aire nlot so great,
nid 11is iternal in1jur2ies cannlot be de
21rmlined yet. Hie was rest,ing fairly
asy tis 111rn1inig, 1'and tile d1octor
hinks( that lie will 1be arlounld in a few
ays. Hie is it,illI ulnable to) help im
aL1f or turin over withlout, assistanee.
Le was diving his trusty famlily hlorse
1n( neve dO' lreamied that (Gus would(
nni awaViy, and1( of course5 lie got tile
Lart, of him11. HIe wold have beeni
bile.to cont,r'oili hIml11 hanot the buggy
conI in front, of him-.
Mr. O). 1'. H arris is suffering fromi
bc effets (If a '1ai1. lIe was in aIL
ultrly and steppe, on1 it, and1 was palin
lily hurti'. Wheni lie walks now lhe
Mr'. G. G. I tne wVho( has( been1 ('om1
laining for somel days wIll-go toClennl's
nd1 'C1 recuperate for' ai coule wee(ks.
Iir. W.T~ l'.Iarmnon wvill take his pnee
t Hawins ilSros. duriing hisstaiy. We
'ishlim11 aL pleasanlt, Lime12, much01 hiealt,hI
nd( ai speedy r'et,urn.
We would like to suggest, to the busim
ess men of P rospler'it,y that, they take
dlay ogi, halve a1 barbhene and1( get,
equinll tedl withi one anlotherl. Wi b at,
my you gentlemen? Select aL day in
LiuguIst and1( 1et ever'y house close up j
nd( go upl 1.0 t,he Spence p110lace1an I.ave
barbiecue lat, tile sprIinlg. \We believe
lhLt tis would be tim1o 12( anionecy well
pent,L. One dlay In 365 gi ven to the
IcialI side of life, and1II111 inaig life
lore whaIt, it, shlould bei in a small(1 COml
1m111ty, such as we have here. Wh1Iat
ito0 hin der from gi ving It a triail.
Ve verily believe it, would 110 enijoy
D)r. 10. (C. JIones, (If Newbei:ry, wile
'ill have char'ge of the singing in the I
oivenitionl, was inl towni last l"ridaly I
nd( was practicinug the nmiisie t) lbe t
ung at that LimeII. G lad to si I' vou, (
)oek. L ookcs like 01(1 Limels. 1110 (
Miiss Mary Lece Bonds anld G arrie
,ee IHulford retl ued to thir h'Iomnes onl
Lst, Saturday, ar1m no0w lHub and 110n
rd Will are I the "conl somme11."
(;ood ralins hIave fallen and1( the corn
nd( cotton 1s smIiling and( gr'owinlg.
A lar'ge nlumbler of dlelegaites are' ex
eete2d to m-rrien il week to at-c,,d
to Youtig l'V1 ple's P 8ConVottitl of the
. 1. P. (eneral A8sombly whosi ses
ilon will be hold Wed nodity tid Thurm
lay. The following Is tho lograniic:
We"'nesday, 5 p -Acqialintanco incottsig
8.31 1 1n- woeing mcryico. Add rems of wl.
OIHO, J itti ie,nskil., ROv C N Todd.
Cinrollioitt nuIt orgianiz it Inn.
DIHCussIonl-wIth;t. thobjoot of this con.
'0nticil, aind how Caln We aecoilupil"ll It.
poned ly It.J) 4r011in,
rYor or (ot's mpecla b!osIng ot this
r eat 11g.
Rool'tton- lin tie sero' of Ills preso ttco.
la-4 .anio Mu-o.
ThatirsdtnY, 11.3.1i n -Work imimiy the pris.
ers. ii ms l,art Nate.
Prayer for Iti admitimral liot o.- imileo I ha
uppressloi or crinme, and i OVtIdaico of
od govornu ett
listiNcs - Al.polittnent of v minmittecs,
ondlilK pmporr4, vic.I
Ptctllar tnipltlatlot to wicht youig 11o.
t1 of to-day are ox pmoI. Iti wlick l irnidley
Diusetton-Theo peuilia privilege-s of ttit
'olig ptoplo of our ltime lit loarting atd (int.
0oy'l%C 1H tkn trkllt. Mils 1int11111a VIn01i
Tto 0lgatiol *4 to oltir Lorlt whihol1 ,4W olit
Iour Pecutli m ri lv e nge . Mi m3 iCstello Todd.
Proyer that Uotd would make its nmoro momisi.
of the obligiottlos reutitg upoii us, und
Oilp us to tn04t then.
Open mttbject-Aro we dolig our duty to t ho
3.0 p ni-Ati aftotoon ovcr against Ito
Tlaieidillon of the llreaitury it(iv E P1
Moihttods of ralsing futids. Miss I..uin I
A talk on the titio. Itev 0 Y lotnver.
Uotteral dismussloit in wlich ouch Is asked
a state I18 plal of givilg.
Prayer, for the con-sceration of okir nmonoy.
8.30 1p it-The full-rouittded mn. Itev .1 -
Wommn'm workc. HL,s Kato Stevonson.
Prny r, that Go I would bless our Christian
Tho A It P bitne. Riev 1' W SIlonin.
Moxico-Iler pa8t, prosent an1 Ittlure C
Prayer for ttho workerti idworc lin olexlco.
Friday, 11.110 a t I-Tho younlfg Chris1nn's ro.
tIonl to lthc worli AICs Ite I) w %V Idlumn.
Ohnroht loyalty. Rev 1) U lhillIly1)8.
U N Af N
Mnd hcalit itinaking
Hre Ineluaed ll the
naking of' 11itt
RZootheecr. Tlie prepn
ratioll of this great telin
pl-ranice drink isani event
of intor I ill it illitoti
well regullated holics.
is full of good ielith.
itIg, Satisfying. Put.
Soe 111) to-day 111(
lave it ready to pti
ll down whenever you're
l \lade only by The
Charles V. lire's Co.,
Philadelpiai. A j,e,k
nge takes 5 gallois.
Sold every where.
THE OAKS HOTEL
'tou r litn uti t uuhr'Ia 1.ll i S excenen table ; i
ards; s1treet car from ot. to oIerc. 1)1(11t''lIIU
iI'T:.'--$4 to $lt5 per WVoo
rnwe~V4. 454. i1. A. L,A1Ti l i
AI \r 'it t
[j -~d \Aer\.L e e ye'j
Al\Id\ 'eti "Wror\g.". 17J jaci~ kd :
tbCKorJCWC|ry, 5it..1'r\.eQH -
00(d clotir glass, gr'toun smtioo .h atltl c
t808 tIte cltttap lensots is nteceossl ile(d (I
L, or ulfi a stronlgerl lens whtic Iin'is
hto e1yt. Go~od Spoetacles0 impr flope r]
fitor 30 years8 ill theo binesstl'* I 11im
ILVO an insHtrinllIt fir loasting imtpwrf
OF THE UNI1J
Assets . . . .
(I por1 ('(it. M1114In'olr)
and all other
Liabilities . . . J
Surplus, 4 por cent.
PTe Soc1it 11as paid1( $2538,95,3~51 I
,ow hohls1 $21(,773,9417 of Ansels
nlinrg at fotal of $470,730,298. Ti'
hanil 38 years ftromt its organ izuationi,i
ther conmpanry has1 patid( and1( acemut b
f its hist.ory. 'lTohe Eqitale wiios)
vant- -Tontinto, Annual I)istribut Olt, .I
o(rmi, aniy Go' forms of1 policies8.
Cll and1( 800 met h)oforo assuinfg you
'iTe 1'1quiablo is absHolitely safe, aiii
ndl( it to theoir inttoro8t to exainet itst
0 Equitabhle issues8 policies oin bot
I CN IIFOUND~
At my old stand
ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
elry and Silver
Also a lino of fino. Specta.
eles and Eyeglassos in -I Gold
Silver and Steel Frames.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
f&t. ly ________
fl D. SMITH
AGENT FOR THE
SUITS TO ORDER ON
Il~1MAA lin Pared I1it20 nitnutes by Dr. Milei?r
kTAIN PU". "Ono ceIn tt doso." At druggaaty.
Ahele, N. alcepso. ce
ro ii s inpo n t e.Iof ingy goI l assI f bla
sh1oo '4tIOt of 14 mo ltnir' g Vrl ... passe
mderfl it y machinery W thi leves?.I
he1( suacs of alhesp noCelar,
rugh and i unpomliished, an the ro-~e
fraction is not nionr as8 perfct Vas
vion land poliheld, and1( the oyo that
> siiuplyI th re' .ctioni which st,rains
thei rotinia and1( haistoins tho decay of
y fit tedl arel 11s had1 a8 eoop 0ones.
Jo1thonl's maitke is theo host, and wvo
r 1, 1897.
. . $216,773,947
. . 173,496,768
. . . $43,277,179.
ce . . $915 102,070
4) its policy hiolders, and1( mI atdditionI
ocf wvhichi $ 13,277, 179 is 81urplus),
rcordl coveiring a1 period of 1(188
oveor $2 I2,7903,000 muoro than any
4(4d withtin thei corresp)ond(ing period
any form of policy the assu1rod may11
': idIW owmet, Guairaniteed (Cashl Valuo,
d1 pers8ons wishing insllfuranc would
p)11lans bfore taking out. a policy
h1 malo11 and female lives.
JR KIBTR, Ageant.