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oted every Tuesday and Friday
6............... ......... .5 0.
dors.................. i io.
.......................... 1 12c.
rd . o m*.. ........... (0 0.
alasse ... ...... .... .... a 0 5 o.
.Molasses.... ......... 25@35c.
.... .....so ..... ...0.........a... 650.
's... .. ....... ...... 6..... 55 e
t Bran......................... $1.00.
tent Flour................. $5.50.
t Flour............... $5.00.
Ordinary Flour............ $ .2.
0eed meall:roee. - .10
per t .....lb ............. 1 20o.
s, per dozen .....,........... 8@ 00.
ckene, each.................... 12 20o.
0, per bushel.................. 60 700.
'n, per bushel............. 500.
t8, per bushel................ 3K6oc.
eet potatoes ........... -Goc.
t.keys, per )b ......,.......4 6 80.
der, per owt .................. 75@85c.
pool cotton at 25o and 35c a dozen at
A. Q. Jones'.
lb. can grated pineapple, 1oc.
ast beef, per can, loc.
lb. can Apricot, loc.
3 lb. can syrup peaches, loc.
t. 2t J. H. MOORE.
In our Racket department you will
ud stationery, shelf hardware and
ugr.- v.hips at 25 per cent, lower than
ls.!Where. A. C. Jones.
Tickets will be on 'sale to Black
Mountain July 18 to 26, with final liuit'
August 5. $5.20 for the ro*tutti'p.
Round trip tik,.tUa-Ofd Point Com
0. Tickets on sale July
O to August 2, with final limit Au
lee water to drink- free and a cool
store to trade In at A. C. Jones'.
A Singing School
Will be commenced at St. Lukle's
church on next Saturday, 24th Inst., at
i).30 o'clock, taught by Mr. Walter
A protracted meeting will be com
menced on Sunday, with two sermons
then and on each day following t itil
50 dozen Lbdics' underwear at 5c at
A. U. Jones'.
Daily Mai to Utopia.
An order has been received from the
postoffice department at Washington
extending the mail service between
Newberry and Utopia to a daily, ex
cpt Sunday, the same hours as at
present to be obnerved. The new ser
vice goes Into effect on Thursday, 22d
The cheapest lot of umbrellas In town
at A. C. Jones'.
For Tranwvood School. A pplications
must be handed one of the board of
-trustees on or before July 24, as teach
er willl be elected that day.
D. W. B ARRE,
J. B. RIEAGIN,
J. W. EP'TING,
20 pieces H. F. & Co. yard wvide per1-,
cales at 10c, worth 12*c at A. C. Jones'.
Sheet music at cos5t for ten days.
inicIIll dnder Crotwell House.
&f.9 L. A. HAWvKINS.
Parties going on the Tampa excur
sion and using C., N. & L. road to Co
lumbia can make close connection on
their return trip) with our evening
train out of Columbia and avoid the an
noyance and expense of laying ovdr' In
The excursion tr.ain will leave freom
Union depot In Columbia and will await
the arrival of our down passenger.
t1t E. CAVENAUGHI, Agent.
3Por Inf'ants an~d Ohildren.
NOT L ,KING WELL!
jlNOT FEEIN WELL!
'This preparation is a comnbination
' of drugs having altorative, tonic
.stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
.modieal profession recommend for
, skin diseases, Scrofulous affections,
.Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, RLheu
It is carefully prepared from the
'purost drugs and is sold at 75 cents
'a bottle at
'obesson ? Gilder's
VARIO.' AND ALL ABOUT.
We are, having a good rain every day
How about that Wallace A. Clino
The electric lights will be tested
The water works will be ready for a
test in a few days.
See notice of examinations for Winl
The citizens should use disinfectants
freely around their promises during
those wet spells.
Dr. Peter Robertson goes to Colum
bla tomorro o'Ytiend' a mceting of
State -r of Pharmacists.
annual banquet to the StAto
utal Association will be given at
Harris Springs Thursday night.
Mr. W. A. Fulmer has rented rooms
from Mrs Jane Reagin on Pratt street
and has gone to house keeping.
Union services were held at the
Baptist church on Sunday night and
the sermon preached by Rev. J. L.
The power house for water works
and electric lights is a very handsome
building and with the engines and
boilers in position it looks like business
Rev. W. W. Orr evangelist of the
A. R. P. Church will begin a series
of meetings at Kings Creek July 28 at
11 oclock. Preaching day and night
for several days. Everybody invited.
An intoesting entertainment is be
ing pre red and will be presented in
the O1ra H1ouso next Tuesday night
undeV the auspices of the Young
Pe9ple's Society of Thompson Street
Church. Refreshments will be served
'by the Woien's Society on the same
Ball thread, 7 balls for 5C at
A. C. Jones'.
.Dr. W. G. Bouscal left Sunday for
Hendersonvill,i where lie will spend
Judge Buchanan and Stenographer
Campbell and Solicitor Scase have gone
to Laurens where cour, is in session th is
President Geo. 13. Croiner has gone
to Charleston in the iniCrCst of tie
Prof. A. 0. Voigt went to Charleston
on Saturday to instal a Luthiran pas
tor on Sunday.
Mr. Jacob lEhrhardt of ihrhardts,
Barnwell County, is spending a few
days with relatives and friends in New
Dr. J. R. Thompson will attend the
State Dental Association at Harris
Springs this week.
Dr. Theo Johnstone leaves today
for Harris Springs to attend State
Dental Association. I
Dr. D. L. Boozer leaves to-morrow
for Harris Springs to attend the State
Dental Association. He will return
Dr. 10. C. Jones wvill attend the State
Dental Association at Harris Lithia
Surings this wveek.
Miss Florence Schaelfer of Savan nah,
Ga., is visit,ing her friend Miss Lilly
Griflin in Nowberry.
Hon. JT. A. Sligh and Hion. Jno. I".
B3anks will speak at JTolly Street, on
Saturday July 24th.
Dr. James McIntosh leaves today for
Mr. Frank Moon goes to Florida
Miss Sarah Garrett of Columbia is
visit,ing her aunt Mrs 10. B. Prather.
A Valuable Prescription.,
Editor Morrison of Worthington,
Ind., "Sun," writes: '"You have a vain.
able prescription in Electric Bitters,
an)d I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constip-ation and Sick Hleadache, and
as a g.-nerai system tonic It has no
equal." Mrs. A nnie Stehile, 2625 Cott age
Grove Ave., Chicago, was all inn down,
could nlot eat noer dliges4tfoodl, had a
backache which never left her and felt
tired and weary, but- six bottles of
Electric hitters restored her heali hi and
renewed her strength. Prices 50 cents
and $1 10 Get a Bottle at Robertson &
Gilder's, Drug Store.
Excursion to Tampa.
The Southern Railway will sell round
trip tickets July 20, good to return Ju i
ly 29, to Tampa, Fla., for $6 50
Leave Newberry 2.25 p. im. Leave Co
lumbia 6 p. mn. same day. Special traini
Florida, Central & P'eninsula, good to
return on arny regular tralin.
.J. A. BURTON, Agent,.
When other houseB are tryinig'
to run off old goods Flynn's just
opening up a beautiful lot of now
calicoes, lawns, ombroide,ries, sash,
neck and hair ribbon to match, fine
soft finished, bleaching, yard wvido,
6 1-4c quality at 5c, and the best
and finest 7Ac Sea Island in the
state in short lengths at 4ic per
yard. The biggest bargains ever
offered in Newberry you can find
now ,t Flynn.s Cash Storo.
WHAhT IS NICER
Than a dlishl of good sweeot
turn'fips for dinner? Nothing.
And it is very easy to get if
can buy cheaper than over at
Robertson & Gilder's
SentEaene IimIoPed-Cnrter FreI r1ic Ac
4111ttuitd of the Olige of Aturder.
When we weilt to press on Flrda)
the court was ongaged in the trial o:
Carter Flrederick, ohatrged with miur,
der. This case ocenpled the court t(
Saturday-I noon. II Ionsequence tho
caso against Andrew 1lorton, charge(l
with murder, had to be continued, a
the Judge had to bo at Laurois ol:
Monday miorni 1ng. Cartor Frederlel
was defended by Jolhstone & Welch
and the Solicitor Wis assistCd by Col
0. L. Schumnpert. The jury rtut'16
a verdict of not guilty.
The court then ImpoFed the sontoncef
on those convicted:
Jno. Whoelor for assault and batteri
with intent to kill was gi von $10 or sb
Imonths on the county chain gang.
Goo. L. Neel for assault and hattery
of a high and aggravated nature wak
given $75 or three months in count3
jail. A petition was prsented to th(
court il this case asking for lenicncy.
On motion of Johnstono & Welch, thc
execution of the sentence was stayed
for sixty days.
Asbury Suber and Will Suber foi
riot and assault und battery with in
tont to kill were given $100 each or siN
months In county chainl gang.
Bunk Adams for violating the dis.
pens-r vy ltw, on motion of 0 L. Sel um
port, was granted a now trial.
Solicitor Setse presented his general
order in the usual form, and the follow
ing special order in the matteir of (jiues
tions presented by the granld jury:
That a copy of so mich of the prc
sentmlent of t,he grpall jury as velatet
to the coldit,iol of rodt(Is, bridges adII
ferries and public buildings and pain
pers and the master's ollice and furni
ture be serived uipon the Fupelivisor foi
his action and conside-ationl thereon.
The court then adjoitined without v
In the publication of the preseitimlent
of the grntid jur-y the onlissioln of the
Word 'dispensary" m11ade tho Ie"port say.
what the jury did not intend. It, wa
the useless bringing of dispensary
Cases that the jury wainted to avoid,
This part of the report should read an
"The grand jury would, however,
state that inl their juidgment the county
is put to a very great aid, ats we t.hink11,
unn11ecessary expenlse inl the n1unnher ol
State's WitiusSes brolght into court, il
the cases broulgllt by the State againsi
violators of the f ispelnsary law, n h
When birought before us do not knou
anything about the cases."
1 , seems that, many trivial cases wi1,1
an army of witl.esses are brought be
fore the grand jury, and the county ib
thus put to a useless expenso.
Secomd-IIn mi( alach1inery for Saile.
Onc 6O-saw I'ratt ginl, feacr and eon
densor. One 60-saw Winship gin, feed
e" 'Ial conIdeIIser. One 50-saw umm11u.i:
gin,lceder and condenser. One Acant
doubl1)1 gear powerC cotton press5. 't'w<
shieve wheels, live feet, in dilameterl
One transm i ission wire cable. All foi
sale by The Carolina l 'f'g ( 'o.,
LAt WVest Maini St,.
Fr"' Cent.ral Academy school. MLah
t,e:ta heri preferied. Alhl ap)plient iom:
must, he handed to one of the boarid o
t.rustees on or hefoae August 1st,, 18'V7
Salary must, accompany applienution
School wvill ruim 7 o)r 8 mnonthls, inielnad
ing t.wo anonthbs in sumni-1-;iuly anm
August. All paltronls are earne tst.ly' .e
quesCtedl to he praeent at. that, meet.ing
J1. I). Situieleav, (.hmn'n,
WV. S. Si.:virr,
A. L . ACmuL,
I,. 31, TJrm;t.ees.
i"ori sale at aill t,inmts a ndlal heap br
t& f t.f J1. C. Alvi:ins.
Look at our new trunks before buy
ing- A. ('. Jtones.
E*xeutiIve Commaallia,tte ioling.
'.he l)a'mocratic l'xeciutive C'omimit.
tee will mieet, in t he court, house at I
a. mi. Saturiday, . uly 24i1,h, to a rrangtr
for the coiming eaimpaign, ad foi
such otber buisiniess as imay coni lie
fore i'. I'veryr imember is urged uipoi
to lbe prtesent,.
lI y order of the chairman.
A\ aGilmmRTi 1. IIllsiRt, Secretary'.
ExciveLli (Comit ueeau.
TLhe eou nty Dem iocratie i'eict.in~
1'omm'tiit.ta2e is (enlled to inaeet, at, t.ha<
court house at Newberry on Saturday
Ju tly 27, at, 1I a. mu., to.0 aange fo;
the senatoial camiplaign anduc to attema
to any othr i' asi ness t,bat mily h<
brought,i up, l'very~ meinhler is tirgeti
to lie precsenit.
S. S. CUNN.a;iAA1vu,
The1( best Salve In the' worldl fail (Cuit
Iliruise's, Sores, (I tea'r, SailLt~l Ithi
Feover H)oes, Tiet ter'i, ( 'iihaped fi Hands
Chll lblatinu, C.or'ns, iandc all Skini I'irup
ions, aind pltivIiuely curmes Piles, or' l
pa"y re<juiriedl. It is gnatraiilted to giva
perfIect sai sfact lion or muoneyW refun aderl
i2ilee 2ri cents imer box. Forii sale b,y
Itobertson & (ilde(Ir.
H ARIS/ LIT-IAWA TEHI'
CJarbonated ithia WVater,
Sold to the WhIoesale an<
Retail tr'ade at lowest Pricos by
S. B3. Jones8,
Agent for Nnwbhary.
Kind Words Witteh Are Appreciated.
A lotter received a few days ago
from a friend and subscriber to Tihe
[H0rald and News in a dfistant, State
from which we cOpy the follow
ing, though the letter 'was not in
tended for publication. We appreciate
the kIhd wards contained because we
know they are honest and sincero and
come from%i unprejudiced and unbi
ased sOurcc, but one who has w atched
the progress of Newborry. We take
pleasilre III copying these words be
cause people who aro in the midst of
success often forget who bore the brunt,
and heat of the battle in order to mcako
"I want to congratulato you upon
the results of your advocacy of various
projects for the material development
of dear old Nowborry I refer to the
water and light plants now building.
To yot more than to any one man is
due the eredit. I remember well that
for several years your paper has stood
preeniinent for progress, for oularged
activity, for the upbuilding of your
town and couity. What benefits the
town benuefits the surrounding country
and vice versa. At first you soemed to
have championed a hopeless cause, but
by 'everlastingly keeping at it' you have
wonl the victory and willsoon Onjoy the
full fruition of your hopes and the re
vard of your efforts. You deserve the
'well done' of all lovers of progress. I
am glad to see Newberry forging heir
way to the front. While the convenl
Ionce of electricity for illumtinat,ig and
motive purposes is desirable and almost
a necessity in this rushing, hustling
evening of the 19th century, the ad van
tages of a water system, even though
limited as yours must be at, preseit,
canmot he estimated. [ was agreeably
siurwised it t.he remvilrkabitly low per
centum of mortalit.y for the last teat
m11onits as shown by report %f your
healthIt officer. I expect to see evenl
this low rate lowered when the sower
age is pin-fected and the citizens of
Newberry diik pure artesian wiater."
Wo are glad to note this int,erest inl
Newherry by a former resident.
But it is a fact, wherever tihe sons of
Newheny tuay roam their thonghts al
ways turn to the dear old place. There
is no0 other like it.
Why is Flynn's crowded ien
the other stores have no c--sto
mrs? Why fine nOw goodsi sol
at !owor priic3s than other mer
chants can buy them is the ma1g
net thlt draws the Crowd to
f..i1.. Flynn's Cash Storo.
Ilet Ei I-den ra v,n yard.
T'he time for cleaning the lieth Eden
aveyatrd has been changed from
Tuesday after tfhe first Smnday in Ait
gtst to 'ulesday after fourt,h Sunidly
in .luly, tL: 27th.
For Dead Fall School, District No. 9.
A pplieat.iois must, be huaded to one of
the trustees on or before Aiugust, 2nd.
A pplimit will state salary requed.
School wuill opien about November' 1st,,
and w ill run seven or eight, monthIs.
I 'atronts of school wuill meet at, t.h e
school house on Monday, Atugust 2nd
at. 9) a. mu. 1H. L. D)OMINICK,
1). 1 1. Wn.wrs,
taf. lint. Trusteces.
Silver Street, S. C.
The lIdeal P'anaceai
.htmies L. Fraincis, Al dermian, Clica
go, says: 'I regard D)r. King's New
i scova ry as an Ideal Panacea for
(Coughms, Cols and1( Lung C'ompla its,
hiavinig used it. in my faunily for the last
fiv" years. to) thet excluisioni of physi
elant's prescriplt ions or othter pirepmara
Rev. .John hiturgus, KCeokLIk, Iowa'i,
writes: "'I have been a Miniister of thme
Methiodhist Episcopal ChuLIrch for 50
years or mtore, andit haIv() never' foun d
antythlin g so benoeii, or thatI gave me
sucht speed'(y relief as Dr. King's New
D)iscovery."' Tlry this IdeaIL Cough
RemedQ(y no0w. Tialt Bot ties Free at
I lobertsoni & Gilt;er's Drug Store.
iT'elponae to I'r(IHperity.
T1hec citizetns of I trosper.it.y are talk
ing seriously of getting telophone ('ont
intet.ittn to that city. Mr. L. W. I loyd
was down there yesterdaty conferring
w it.h them on the subject. Thme loralhl
and( News htopes the line wi'll soon) ie
upI andt in .operat,ion. It, woul be aL
great. con vemilenco to cit(i'zens of both
we'a ollrOeit nrdDolz teai o
an neol Catarrhil tha,t ennneIt b Ie enred bty
II tll's Cata,rrht C r'e.
w!ae I hie un tdersignc,I have k nown I". -1. Ch'le
toy for te ha lst I!5 venr', nn d heleIve, hhnt pet
fretmy hor,abstle lan all bu,slitessx traniHaet an
aand liunnelatlly tabIe to carry aut any obl'
ntin ad 'b t heIr t ri.
VEs'r' & TItAUI~X, wh le(sald D)ruggists, 'jo.
led o, 0.
wVA.niso, KINNAN & MAnvmN, whIolesaIo
I ru,gg iss, T1oledao, 0.
linai -'s II ni'r nra-I a (tn taI ke (' t rnaly1113, net
I ng dhl act Ily upion at hle b lood iad muitcouaso ur
finceso th Ile 93x ttm. Price 7lie I era bottle0.
sold bty all D)r,augsl. T1 stlar.oninis fr c.
J. H. WEST
Olfors for sale his entire stock of
Such as Safe. Soda Fountain,
81how Cases, LJamps, &c.
My object is to dispose of my
Grocery business in order to givat
my onitire attention and timne to
the Furnit o bunineiss.
Au one wishing to buy apply
at once. Thin in a good1 oppor..
tunity for some one, an my standi
is an nxcnllnnt . f. (C
Celebrated for its great leavenlng
strength and1( healthful ness. Assures
the food1 aigtanst alum andl all forms o1
adulteration columon to the cheaj
ROYAPL A KINO POWD)ER CR.NEW YOR
Iticlhelaial OCapel an~d Untin AcatteOny Chips
School opened at Union Aeadenim
LhIs Monday miorning, 19th.
Mr. aud Mrs. h. N. Tuylor w e ti
recipients of ani other litl d aughoi
Tuhere wtilbe commnion servies at
achan Chapel on the second Suniday
in August,, with p)reparatory services
tin Saturday 11rev11us. Also c
ioti at St. Philips oi the first Sunday
with prepial'atory ser-vices on Saturday
We 1hadl at splendid sieaso last Satur
lay, anld elrops are oi at bool)u.
Mr. .1. '. Lolig still reminitis inl feeble
Wo nlotico inl t.hlo presvintmni, of t.ho
granild jiury inl last week's lelid and
News that they recommneded our
colity commi1) issionlers to mike Some
provisions for two ladios living in No.
11 Township, who are desti.ulte of
ieals nldl] are rvally sifferiing watit
rather tial to go to the voility home,
t)uring the last, ad in Il istrationl of tie
!outytN groverqj inen lt, prior- to thei onle
now ill chlarge, they pensioned ia few
poor oil] pitpers, who didn't, vre to
spend t -ir last days lit the olnlil.y
ho1me, tc' t.he Small am1ouint, of about
$2.50 pev mont. This action of the
colut.y hoard we heait ily alipproved,
IBut our coin1 ilnissioner-S now ill poweri
ait o li. (f 1h )1 tll 1.,in,s I.ast i
Seen lit. Io disvontinule this arrange'vc
menvt., and Said .htonly thosv who
would go andl( hivomle inmaths or tiie
colluty homo wvoilhl roeeive any hell
from 1he pubioie fun(s. iut, efworv I
go any further I witnt to S1 that. I
1111111 110 I'vilect.iolls whatever ulpo 1h11l
su1promvio nor. n0.'y oneo of his loard,
1ll. 1 believe thai1it they dhi wrong by
discot,inung .iItsm llomount t(i
those poolr pvoplo. I have believed it
Si strong t.hit, I have asked at, least
tIfty taxpayers of mlr volinty what. the3
thoulght Colen'lling the miat-ter, aid I
have failed to find on1e who was i
favor of this last action .)f the board
Wh"llile I ai) not directly eolcen'lled it
the ilitter, %yet my symp athios go ou1
for 1)o0r 01(d needy1 peopl11. I will go
inito some1 deLtils (If a pioorl (ldi wVomail
whom0ll I live unditer 1luy obIservatlonl.1
hav'e k nown L,i 1 hl lady 111 ini mlentiol
all1 my life. Shle has li vedl1 t,he goot
ohld ripe age of 1a little more Lhan fomi
score yearls. Wh ile she is un11forlt.unat<.
inl the way (If 111ans1 to sublsi st, upo aill
thiis tIme, ye't she hias always labore<'0
for her' liing. Ihtit nowv her' physien
strenigth is too neare0 xhaiustedl to 111su1<
her0 a1 suppor)t. She hias oly ~ one chihi
and he, like ai good many113 others, is un1
fortunate with abiout 1as big aL load or
is shoulders8 as lie can1 wvielcarr'y wit,l
hiis owni famiily. Now L,i s poor ohi
moltthIer, withl the assist.anceo of Lhii
$2.51)0le inionth, wasli enlaled to St,ay ib
the counitry, whiere sh1e was biorni aiti
reared, andio en joy the leasure1' of beIin
withl heri 1people whiat few miore (lay
she miay live, whlichu, hy renson (If ag
anti st-renlgth, will not1 he0 manly. lu
sh10, like a I goo(d inanliy others, will suif
for want, 1 ratther thtan spend heri lasl
quiest,ioni we shld con ~(si der is It righ1
to let her sulier or' to comnpel her t<
Iev herOliT peopeIi andI( go to t.he coun lt-'
honme, wh'ichili, bleyondl t.he shiadowv oif
doubilt, wou hI shot.un i her dlays. No,
g'tod people0, 1(1(d loves hbaitable gi v
er's, andii iit wld 00ertainly bie Ia har
hieart, L,at, would( say, unde1(1- sucheli i
oilmstance10s, thiat I am un1willi1ng 1I
heair miy part' (If the burden, wlichi
tol (11- Iarogest,L: t,xpay.vrs. Now wvi, Llmn
rol1tlectin inltendedit uponIl any omie, we
1ho11 that our (li oun111ty ('ommihss ionerI
will reI'onisider thiis miatter' andl con.1
1111u1 to hlpl such por old souls1. [
will not he muchel lonigeir before thiey
will eense0 1(t o e ai burden to atny (one.
Misses TarI1'ey3 and1( Cheley K ibler' are
spend(1ing tihe week wvih thiLleir b rothler,
Mr. I I. S. II. Kiler, and family (I
school haive r'ectly.I had1( Mri. I. A. Me-l
D)owell to borie aL well ILL .hte academiy,
which ll adi<i ve(ry much11i1' to the conive
Th'Iis se'Otis to1 be the year' for .J(onnys,'
D)idni't Lthey make IL brilianut sta rt/:
Welol weO hlope t,hat they wv iillie co010d
olIr beforIe the(y gel l.o Newber'ry.
Well1, .1 oshi, as the puic i is get.Ling1
LIil (If 011r nonsense15, I aml wiltl ig to
give you the say (In me for thlis Lihn11
1 11ad( 01.her1 duities which I hlatendeid for
you LI) perifoIrml, bu11t as5 we hav(1e mlituaIL
13' aigr'ed to let, up on the tmatt.or I wil
-a not3 more100, and1( we will call on our
ldfrIend II. S. for hi is s(et, iii. Buti
say, didn11'L Josh get there oni is poCet
r'y? Well, JoGnh, we. shIold haIve onc(
oIf each kind11 in ouri teamIl, and whe we11IV
mieeL algaLin 1 priopo(se to elect. youi at
ouri nloot 1lI1. wh en you go ,,o 1.... .....
swallows agailn, pleago (1nll't. eILasuro
Chlps' by your own.
Newberry is an iIteIest.Ing city, and
dol't you forgot. it. Sh is always go
ing to t.ho front In somret.ling now. Vo
learn1 that h110 has recit,ly disicovelred
a noew phl 'or- dr1iVinig at stillon ecow.
(irl lilfol-Illatt, states 1tha1t, not long"
hOne o f her clorgymetn purchased
at cow and calf, 111( whilo driving theml
homei the valf becamleo suillmn anId lity
down. Tho inister tried every plan
availauble, at heo t.hough1t, to mlovo thel(
0:tlf, but every plait sevltid to fail.
But Wihiat i prelterllo don't, know Isn't
worth ICIowIng. So le stepped back
Some (1istanve froin the tnlf to tryV ia
110W 1la. 110 ple1d041 Il his cot1 antid
strotel ed It okt. before hItn, litalcitg a
kind of motion at the valf, and just at
this tiimo the calf 1ntielo ia spiong to
wards tie mi1n1iter, and here they both
wont, on theIr way rejoicling, with the
millister considerably In front.
Jully 19, 18974.
I mjtlin intit Me14eting.
The cott,ia weiigher's assoviation or
l' limai-ria is valled to tmeeit oil Satrday,
Ju1ly 31st, at. 10 o'clock. h'le olject (if
t.i1e Inleeting is t.o appoiltit one or inlore
voilit.ittees aidl to trait t Stich otlic.
hitlsilless as Illay he dettiletd ntcesstry.
All who aIre interes, ' in otiir cotton
111111ket are tsked to be present..
ity order of tihe lrsiaent.
eA.A. 0i-MR, I'llesidlent.
opened that -
The poppingof a
cork fromi a bottle of
Ifires i1 1 siglal o)f
good lealth a 1) p1n
sure. A souid te
old folks like to lietr
-the children can't
i- iC inp11od of tho
vory lintzroeints lhv *
sp in rm(Itilres. Aiding
' h( I 1t-ig stliltn,MoothIling
th n rves, pullIf y ving
tho blod. A (tmprr
in e (Irltilr for terinve
The Ctmh-a K. in1es Co., PhOt. ' i
A ,nk e ale ( gamtic ns. s
THE OAKS HOTEl
l11rs; ire l i I from t tlm i t hot. '. ra i
I Vtl'ie an I prom~', is everi tta l ai pa h'I4 It i
iIlI-.. od la gas gro 1i moot and
3 ss th cheap s
> Af.ter~, 30 yer i th buins /n
have ant istrumeni( t for OlI stng unpor1
OF THE UNI'
and all other
Liabilities . . . J
Surplus, 4I por- cet.
Tfhe Society hats paid $253,950,35 I
now holds $2l(0,773,U-I7 of Assiels
maiiking~ a total of $.170,7:0,'298. Th'l
thtan 38 yeatrs fromi its organatin ilI)1
othier compilany has1 paid1( and8 acctuml
of its history. Thej ]Eriuitablo wri-tes
want--T-Jontino, Annual D)ist ributIion,
TIormi, any other formis of policies0.
Call and1( 500 m11 hofore atslnrinlg y0
The ]Equitalo is absolutely safe, i
find( it to their initorost, to exatilme iti
The Eqhuitable issueos pol1icies on he.
I f14 ~ ARTH1
I CAN BE FOUND
At my old stand
with a fine line
elry and Silver
Also a lin of fine Specta
Iles and Eyeglasses in Gold,
1SilVerand Steel Frampes.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
AGENT FOR THE
SU[TS TO ORDER ON
P'AIN PtIAM. "0110 cout, at d0obu." At druggleta,
Ashevilie, N. C.
VI 11'(II1I' 1)11 IHr. 'Wrianilnt or wriDay
Theo lenisos of all cheap) spect aceles
aire shunpedW( out of dingy glass by ai
(1i tt 1s sali1o shapo1) of tito hlns as
aL shoost. of molton11 glaiss is~ passed
mulI(er it by IIinIIIery ; this loatvos
t.1l h t sr faces of I beso( 1(erises irrognlar,
rough and1( unplolish'Ied, and( the0 re
fracetion, is ntot niear as8 porfoet as8
'venI and1( p)olishetd, and1( the oyo that
to supply I the refraIctionI which strains
-1 theo ( 11111( rein an ihstenis th10 docay of
*ly lit ted are us had 11s cheap ones.
1 J ohnson1'S make1( is 11.he h(ost, andto we
.T 1, 1a7..
. . $216,773,947
. . 173,496,768
to its policy hiohlers, aiin m additioni
(of' whiich $13,277, I79 is Suirpluis),
is reco0rd covering a peOriod of loss
a1 o)ver $2 I2,79:3,000 more than any
any1 forrni of p)olicy the assured may
End(owmIont , (Gua1ranIt(eed (nsh Valule,
11r lives (hlaowhe.
iol personis wishing illsurnce wVould
j)plan8 boforo taking out a policy
th1 mtale uad fematle lives.
[JR KIBLER. Agent.