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Corrected every Tuesday and FrIdI
M oat... .................. . . 4(
Shouldors ........................ 5jA i
H am s. .............................. J ( 12
- Bost Lard ............... ...... ()8
Best Mlasses, now crop...... 5U
Good Molasses ................ 25(a)35
Core ................................... 55
Moal .......... . . ......... ........... 5)
W heat Bran........................ $1.0
lst Patent Flour.................. $6.01
2nd Best Flour.................... $5.5
Strait Flou o........................ $5.2
Good Ord inary Flour ............$4.00(4.
Sugar .................. ..... ......... oI(o(6
R ICO .................................... 6 ( 8
oico .............................. . 10((420
Cotton seed meal, per .lok... $1.0
B.tlo Hulls, per uAvt......... 30
Country Pro( ice
Butter, per 1b .................. 15@20C.
Eggs, per dozen ................ 10c.
Chickens, each .................... 12(it20c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 50c.
Co i, per bushel................. 60c.
Oats, por bush hl.................. 35(S00c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 50(a)40c.
Turkeys, tor lb ............. (a) 8c.
Fodder, per owt .................. 0(a)75c.
The two leading
Sold in Newberry
I will make it to youi
interest to see me be
fore buying. I can sav(
you big money.
J. J. LANE.
A Just Chlim.
Easkine College, and the friends c
education, rejoice with Newberry Col
lege In the success of h1er. long struggl
to secure an appropriation of $15,00(
from the United States governmtIent fo
damages to the college building, regull
Ing from its occupallcy by Fedora
troops, at the close of the war. Th
claim was just and ought to have beei
paid long ago. The money will be
welcomo dividend to Newberry College
-A. R. Presbyterian.
Ilucklen'so Articam Salve..
The beat Salve in the world for Cu4
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheun
Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hiand
Chilblain, Corns, and %ll Skin lrull
tionF, 111 )sitively cures Piles, or i
pay required. It ia guaralteed to gi v
perfect satisfact ion or money refundedi
Pce25 cents per box. For stile b~
Ro,bertson & Gilder.
Fot theo Neqixt )3 8y
FroLm date I will sell at anid belos
New York cos)t~ Jogers Bros.' spooni
Kaives, Forks, antd p)lated ware
WI.atches, Chains. Bracelets, CulfT ani
Collar But.tons, Clocks, BSroachecs, Sil
ver. Novelties, Fancy Coods. Comie an:
see us, our room is limi tedl and we mnus
make room for ouri spring and su mme
go.'ds. Watches, Clocks and Jeweht'
repaired and work guaranteed. 01
gold and silver bought, and exchatigedi
* EDUARD! Suoorz,
t,f Next door to Robertson & Gilder.
(Gool Makii Cows
With young heifer calves, for sale b
Henry D). Boozer, t3t.
.Just received a new lot of the 0. M~
Jamnieson Shoes, the best goods on th,
market at the pilce- t.tf
New china mattings just reciev'ed a
The Literairy Add(Ire,Ss.
The liter'ary societies of Ne~wberri
College have seciured the acceptance c
Hion. WVm. N. Sheats, Superin tnden
of Pulicl Instrutction of Flotrida, to deC
liver the literary taddress att thle av
p)roachlrg commenance,ment. H1e ha5
held his pr'esent. ouieo for ei gh t yeaLrs
and is said to be0 a man of excellen
ability as a pub)lic spciakeri.
'iThere are throen littl titngs whltehi d14 imor
nortk thanui any oil er Ih.ree sittle thlig ri i
aled I hey are the ant, t he ha, nad D eW It'
I .Ittie 1Crirly Itisrs,- he unt n t ing t he huamon
i otr stomiach, and liver troubilest. 1W
Beau tifutl Hall I acks at Wooten'
see them. 2t.
Toi cure ia Coldi in one, iay.
Take Laxative liromno Quinine Tal.
lets. All D)ruggistsn refund the mono
if it fails to cure. L~>c. f&t6m
Agents to work in Nort.h or Soutl
Caroli na for the Home M nuual Fi r
Protection Association of Monith Care
I ina. Liberal commlission or satlar
given. Apply to
Tu'ios. F. HIAIRMON, Con. A gt.,
t&f40t. Newberry, S. C.
We are still selling quantities of
Saluda Croup Oil.
Robertson's Compound Cougl
Th~Iese are the mledliciniea for th~
seauson and Robertson & Gilder'si
the place to buy thorn at.
A niew lot Lilly Brtacket,'s Shoes I
spiilng style just recei ved.
t. i-f J1am icson's.
Having boutgh t the D al ry milk I cowt
I o'lur thetm for sale cheap. They ar
choice cows. E. Cabatniss. t tf.
VARIIOUS8 AND ALL AUOUT
Mr. A. B. Carlisle, of Chattanooga,
. Tenn., Is in the city.
Mr. A. C. Jones returned from Phila
dolphia yesterday morning.
Miss Cecelia Cohn left last week to
visit relatives in Ashville, N. C.
. lion. Goo. S. Mower vent over to
3- Lexington yesterday on business.
3 Mis. Julia Gray, neo Miss Speck, cf
Florida, is visiting at Mrs. W. H-. Car
Mr. 0. M. Jamieson has gone to Bal
). tinore and Now York to buy his spring
stock of clothing.
. The stroots were oirowded wit,h peo
. plo yesterday. Saleday and court al
ways bring good crowds to the city.
Mis. Sease accompanies Solicitor
). Sense on his official visit to Newborry
this week, and is)spending the time with
The Coroner and jury investigating
the burning of the Reeder residence
mt on Saturday and adjourned 'until
All the applicants for the Newberry
postotilce who went to Washington
have returned and Mi'. Jas. R. David
son is still nostmaster.
Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick, of Prosperiby
preached in Thompson Strect church
last Sabbath,. Next Sabbath Prof. W.
K. Sligh will preach in this church.
There was only one land sale made
yester4py. C. A. Brooks as Adiniriis
trator' f Edgecomb Lark, deceased,
sold 551 acres in No. 7 to P. H1. Koon
Capt. J. N. King, of Ninety-Six was
in the city last w .ek shaking hands.
He says he is in the race for Cong'ess
from this district and I hat, he expects
to win. He has been for several weeks
in Pickens and Oconee.
We we' 3 mistaken in stating that Mr.
I. S. W) tley wits agent for the Holeip
Mutual Insuraneo Company. He has
not yet accepted the agency, but is
- thinking of going to Saluda to go into
the contracting business.
Mr. R. B. McCarty, who has been
unable for several weeks to leave his
rootr, was in Saluda last Saturday. Mr.
McCarty give ,Dv. .1. .1. Kirkscy much
Credit for his improvement for the best
medical skill of Newberry has failed.
f "Old Partner Hopkins" at the opera
. house last niglit was one of the best at
2 tractions ic the season. The scenery
was the prettiest and mosteffective everi
r seen in the Newberiry opera house.
We hope that this company will make
a ret,urn date here, and if It does It will
Some politicians have been trying to
.t get Hon. 0. L. Schumpert to run for
Attorney General oti a certain ticket to
strengthen it but Mir. Sehumpert, is too
good at politician to he duped Into play
ing second ildd I for another man when
he is the stronger of the two.-Saluda
The exPlosion of a gasoline can In
i the rear of .1. W. White's store caused
an alarm of fire yesterday evening
shiortly after six o'clock. LittIe diam
age was done excep)t that MIr. White's
hiatnds wct'e bui'ned in extingu ishaing
the flames, and that is causing him sonic
pain and( incotnvenience.
- Th'le anelent Gree-ks believedl that the
I Peate's were the gods whoaltinde.d to
t the -' efare and1 prosperity of the fami
ly. Theliy wetre weorshipp)ted as hotuse
hold( gods Int every hiomte. Tie house
I hiold godl of today is D)r. Kin's New
.IDiscovery'. For consmtisi i on, coughs,
co(ldsj and1 for all alleetlotts of Throat,
Chest and1( Lunegs it is invalable. It
hats beena trIed for a qularter of a cena
tury ai nd Is gmrranateed to cure, or
monettiy returnied. No h)ousehold should
t,e witho(ut this good0( a'egel It 15
pi'esatat to take and a safte and( stare
remedy for old1 antd younta:. Fres trial
bott'es ait Robiertsn & Glider's Drug
Store. Regular sis" 50". and $1.00.
t 5~ub-Ait,,ance itally.
in respotnse to the catli of Pi'esident
WVilborne of the Sta'e Alliance to matke
Satu rdaLy, 12th Match, Stab Alliance
iRally Day, the stab-alliances of New
b etry County are hereby catlled to meet
t at theh-' resp)ective p)laces of meeting
- eoa Saturiday, 12th, it, 2 p. am.
- "'Member-s atre urged and r'equiested
a to put themiselves in good standinug
, wit,h the State aand Nattional Alliances
t, by p)aylig thieir annual tiues, which
will be 25 cent,s State antd 10 cents Na
e A11l suab-allilances atec requtestedl to
meet, amnd those that, have not beeni
a tmee-tig a'egular'ly atte requecsted to
areoi'gani-ze and be praepared to send full
delogationas to the niext mneetinig of the
P. TP. C. iIUwrERi, Pt'esi dent.
C. 1?. 1 OYa, Scraetar'y.
C2ounaty papera ple'aso copy.
hr. Votgt Ihar.
Dr1. A. G. Voigt, whto hiad been to
Wilaming-ton, N. C., ar'rived home this
mornainag oti the CI., N. & L. Rt. Rt., anad
In order to shorten tbe distance to his
retsidlene undtiatook to get oft the amov
lng train at road cr'ossing neat' t.he
r'esidenace of Na'. Os. Wells. lie fell
andi was pain fully3 hurt abouott the hecad,
lace atid back.,
liHe was ab)le to walk to his house af
ter' the fall, baut, was unfcontscious eta atr
rivitng ther'e. Dr'. Houaseatl was stim
~a oned immntaedilately, anid did( all ina his
s powea' t,o relieve the dioctor' of his paina.
Hei sootn recoverted consciousness, andl(
we ar'o glad to state that Dri. Hlousoal is
of the opitniotn thatt lhe is niot setriouisly
5 On baty atule about 14 hands high.
0 unht eye out. Take,n ,, S.. T
Newberry Collegelaim Approve
PHICSIDENT MicINLEY BIGN8 '11
The Oppoositlons FaIs to Couvinco the Pre
Idenlt-Newbery College Gets the
815,00 - P*reetd4ent Cromier
Will itealh Home
The Herald and News yesterday rt
coived the following telegram frot
President Geo. B. Cromor of Newber,
Washington, D. C.,
llar-h 7, 1898.
College bill approved'
So the efforts of the enemies of New
berry Colloge in Newberry have prove
futile. They have failed to convinc
Presideut McKinley that the collog
would not get the money or that it wa
not a just and righ teous claim. .
We congratulate the college and th
people of Nevberry on the outcome o
The right has provailed and the col
lege hits been given that which sh(
should have had long ago.
Congressman Latimnr and Senato
Tillinan have worked hard to get th
bill through and to secure the signa
ture of the President and they havc
been successful. We owe them oui
President Cromer did well to go tc
Washington to explain to the Presi
dent the true situation and to answei
any of the charges that had beeni madc
to withhold the signature of Piesiden
McKinley, and he, too, wits successful
It is a miatter in which all of our citi
zens felt an interest. We rejoice a
TO WELCOMM PRlESIDENT CROME.
Exercises at tle Coll ge today ar<
itispended and preparations are niak
ing to meet President, Cromer at thi
train and give him a hearty welcome
The faculty and student body will turi
out in full force and a right royal re
ception will be had.
"I have never had a day's sickness ir
my life," said a middle-aged man th(
"What a comfort It would be," sigh
some poor invalid, "to be in his lplac(
for a year or two." Yet half of the ii
valids we see might be just as health3
as he, if they would only take prope
care of themselves, eat proper food
and digest it.
It's so strange that such simple thing
are overlooked y those who wan
It makes strength--and strengtl
wards off sickness. The man who ha<
never been sick was st.rong because h
ilways digested his food, and yoi
could become the same by helping you
4tomach to work as well us his. Shake1
Digestiv3 Cordial will help your stom
tch and will make you st,rong anc
bealthy by matking t,he food you ea
make you fat.
D)ruggists sell it. Trial bottle 1t
Flynn says he is overloaded wvitl
oods again andl that the Newv YorL
tmyer must hav'e had about four fingeri
n h1im and feelI ig rich as Vanuderbil
when, he bought the goods. HeI forget:
now how hard it was to make a dollar
when he pulled the hell cird over th<
ousiness end of the mule. t&12t.
Dr. F. C. W~oodlwardt to Lectu,re.
Dr. F. C. Wood ward, President Souti
l'ar. lina College, has accepted an invi
cation to deliver a lecture before th<
Newberry Bible Society, on Sunda3
3vening, March 27th. HIe is a charm
Lg sp)eaker andt we knowv the people o
Newberry wvill hear with leasure thal
be is to speak In Newbeirry and wil
tive him a large audience.
Newberry Land and Security Company.
A pplicat,ion hits been mad e to the Sec
retary of State for a commission t(
npen books of subscription to the capi
bal stock of the above company. Th<
stock is to be $50,000. The co' .orator:
ar F. N. Martin. J. H-. Mcintosh, C
J. Purcell, Geo. W. Summer', and .Johr
MI. Kinard, all excellent business men
It is a move in the right direction. Th<
payments are to be made in monthl1
Tihe Dispensary P'roits.
'rhe dispensary at Newherry madi
is798.55 net prolits for the town an<
aounty for the quarter end i ng Dc,-*.n
ber 31, 1897. The money was paid t<
Uho county last T1hursday. 'rhe H-erak
md News has heretofore published at
itemized statement showing the busi
ness and expernse.
Recv. J. A. Sligh has been Invited t<
preach the h aeca laureate sermon be
fore the gradtating class at Newb3rr"
Dollege at the approaching commence
inent, and has acepltedl the invitation
lie has been a life-long friend andl sup
porter of the college and has been pres
dent of the board of trustees for the
past fifteen years.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
with. LOCAL APPLIUATIONS, as they can
iiot reatch i ho ie-ait of the disease Criarrhr is
b,lood cor c~ons*titItinal dt i,,eaie, nat1 i i,orde
lo cure t von mutst ak,, tnt rn ii ri mueies
llail's Cat, ri h Unre Is taken, Internalily, uni
rcts dtir'ctly on. thle loldI,ii aniucouas sum
rfaces. Haill'ii ma-arh ;ure I in ot n (gat'
medicine It was pinereribed b)y or e of thn
best, phnysiotans in this country for years, ani
Is a regular prescr'ipt ion. 1( is cornp osi .d o
the be.st toicts known,, cn' iblned with l.h
best.b10lood pritlirs acting directly on th
umiLCOus surfact-s The per fect comnbi natimon a
the, two inrgrediernts i's whatd produ.ces sue:
wounderfult re uits in curing Uatarrh. Eenud fo
,. stimonitats, free,.
F". J. li ISNNEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
Soil by Ir, tulosts prlee V6cn
Judge Bonet Charges the Urand Jury-By.
E rnl ImPorIant Case4 to be Tried.
The Court of General Sesdions coll
- vened at Newberry yesterday morning,
Judge W. C. Benet presiding. Solici
tor Sease and stenographer Campbell at
The morning session was taken up
with organizing t'ne grand jury and the
u charge of Judge Benet.
Mr. A. J. Willinghain was elected
foreman of the grand jury. Mr. 1. S.
Boozer was excused f rom service on the
grand jury and Mr. Jno. C. Neel was
drawn in his place. .
The court room was crowded all day
and the Solicitor had an unusually
large number of bills to hand out.
' Many of thon of more than ordInavy
3 Judgo Benet charged the jury at
3 length as to their duties and specifleal
ly on each bill so that there will be no
reason for them not to uinderstand their
duties. Some parts of the chargo were
3 of considerable public inteest and
f much in the public mind just. now, and
we therefore give foll synopsis.
JUDGE BEN10,'S CIIARGE.
Judge Benet charged the grand jury
clearly and emphatically and at some
lenuth as to the scopo and enforcement
of their dut-les.
He began his remarks by explaining
- to them the nature of the oath which
had been administered to them. The
duties of the panel he asserted were to
exercise throughout the whole term of
the present year, supervision over all
matters relating to the administration
of law, tihe expenditure of public money,
condition of the roads, bridges, ferries
and public buildings, the conduct of
public officials in the performance of
their official duties, the maintainance
of peace and good order in all sections
of the county, the protection of the in
dustrious and the punishment of the
criminal, the detection of crime, the
abtement of nuisances wherever exist
ing, whether of a moral or material
character, the expenditure of the pub
lie school fund; in short, wherever the
public interests are effected by the ad
ministration of the law and the conduct
of the public ollicials there is the prov
ince of the grand jury, not only during
the session of the Court but during
every (lay of the year.
Judge Benet stated to the jurors that
under their oath they would be com
pelled to take notice of t he condition of
matters reported to exist in the vicin
ity of the town of Pomaria. "It has
been brought to the attention of the
Court," said he, "by the public press
and by officials of your county, that a
dreadful condition of afflairs obtains
there. Whether it be true or not, I
know n-thing, but if it be true, It is
the duty of the grand jury to have the
matter in hand at once. You have the
power to call before you any citizen to
give information. The Court will aid
you by Issuing bench warrants to bring
before you any citizen that you may
imagine possesses information to throw
light upon wmhat is said to he taking
place in that neighborhood. If the ac
counts In the newspap)ers be true, there
seems to be a reign of terror in and
around P'omaria, p)eaceful, law-abiding
cit,izens cannot lput, their heads oni their
pillows with certainty of having a house
over their heads in the morning, in
danger of their lives or in dread of be
ing burned up; and the worst feature of
it,, if it be true, Is that a feeling of dread
and fear and terror has taken possession
of the law-abiding peop)le to such an
extent that they are afraid to give in
formation lest, sonmc terrible vengeance
he visited upon them by lawless men.
The only p)rotection for a law-abiding
people is the law, and the grand jury
represents the law, and their action
should be such as combined wit,h the a -
sistance of the Solicitor, and thie Court
shall insure a seuse of security andl
peace to law-abiding p)eple, and con
voy fear andi dread to the violators of
Judge B3enct, also insrtructed the grandl
jury to present, for trial any who might
he found to hatve compounded a felony
with lawbreakers in refraining for any
reason to prosecute the latter, and also
to piresent for trial for misprision of fel
ony any who might withhold informa
tion as to the corn mission of a felony.
The Court also instruct,ed the jury
with reference to looking after the
bonds of count,y ollicers, implrovements
recoimmiendled by former jur mies to be
made oni count,y buildings, the making
of presentments, and thme regular work
of the (Curt week.
> he following bills were handed the
J. E. Smith-murder.
Elliott Kenned y-larcenyv.
Forest Coun ts-larcey.
Albert Wise-larceny of live stock.
Will Cleland -housebreak ing and lar
W~ill iMIorr'is-biurglar'y and larceny.
WXm,. Burton and Albert DeWalt
Fayette Metts-disposing of prop
(;ity under lion.
Eph)l I lopson-assault andl battery
w it,h in tent, to k ill.
Richard Work man-assault andt bat.
trwith intent to kill.
J.W.i Sighm, Edwvard Wallace, Milers
Wallace, Wmii.' Rutherford-riot, and
a.ssult andl battery wit,h Intent to kill.
i)Devilius Haker- - assault, wit,h intent
D)evilius Hlaker-hmousebreaking and
larceny andl receiving stolen goods.
J. W. Riser-. housebreaking and lar
Sceny and receiving stolen goods.
A. F. Rliser, Wmn. Riser, J. A. Hiser
r -housebreaking and larceny and re
eiving stolen goods.
D Iavid Taylor andl Simon Tayor..-.I
housebreaking and larcolny and re,.oiv
Ing stolenl goods.
John Blekley-housebreaking and
larcony and recvlng stolen goods.
The following wore not pressed.
Hory Boyd-assault and battery.
Peter Alt;ton--- assault and battery.
Will Crooks-neglecting and refus
Ing to provide for children.
The following triu bills:
Eph Hopson -assitul and battery
with inteit, kfil.
Will ( leland - housebreaking and
J. 1. S1iih - mur11der.
J. W. Hisor, A. V. Hisor, Wml. Riser,
Jas. A. Riser, Jno. liekley, Deviliius
Balkor, David Taylor and Sihinon Taylor
-hots- breaking atnd lareeny and re
CeIvinig stolen goods.
Eph Hompson was tried yecltily at
tornoon and acquitted. He was ciatrgoed
with an assault with intent to kill.
Will Cleland pleaded giuilty on two
charges of houlse breaking and laienry.
The Polinaria cIS0s are set, for tlis
Som11etalsag tip lnow.
It ma3 be worth momuethIng to know
that the . Ary best niedictie f'or rostor.
Itg the tired out tiervous systeI t a
he dthy vigor is Electrie Bitlers. This
medicine is purely vegetatule, acts by
giving tone to tho n1erve cenrtres Inl the
a oniatch, getitly tiinulaI t h lie Liver
and Kidney. s aind aids Mhse orgatits lit
thromwng oill ilpurities lin the k,lood.
Eleotric fi tters iiproives the appetite,
a1ids (ligeilmst, lilld is pronloutived by
those whol) have tried It ais t he very b est
blood puriller and nerve toitic. Try it.
old for 60v mi $1.00 per bottle at
Robertsu & Gllder's Drug Store.
We are again overstocked, our New
York buyer having ISVt twice too
manty goods, and we mu11st positively
sacrillee those beautiftul new goods. G'o
to othur stores and get prices, thwn
comie to see ts and you canl see t.he
marked d1if'erence ina goods and prs
to be in our11 favor. From the N,,w
York Custom ilous s etielloll sale of
Pebruary we have the latst importa
tIons of higI gradl ite andl colored
Dress Goods, Fine Ilambllurg .111eoi t
and Swiss "dginlg, Dinities, Ilnets
Lawn, Organdies, Nainsook and \Vei,s
and a thousand noveltieS in aLI kin(Is Of
goods at not, Inore talin t05e oil the dol
lilar of last year's I.rices. . Come ail See
out' novelties and l'urgainls. It, is a
pleasure, and not a labor, t.o show n1 ive
new, up-to-date goods whlen they are
g(enuicn bairgains, and hear the laidies
say, "They are the pretties' and cheap
e4t, g-ods I ever saw, and you 111 l al so
very kinld," at Plynin's Cashil Store. I& f2t
Items Fromn Hr. P1atil'.
We had a lice rain last Friday wh ich
was greatly needed.
The farmers are well along with their
Misses Dodic and Viola Kibler are at
home from the Columtbia leale Col
Mr. John Buzlardt, and his sister,
Lilla May, visited relatives in t.hese
Mr. Franik Stooktan, wife and habt,
of Little Mountaail, spent, Satuiday
night and Sunday with the family of
Mr. L. I. Epting.
Mr. Warven and Miss Hadessat Ep
ting, Mrs. M. J. Dickert and hiri son
Ezr.aa, br'oke br'ead with the writer' Sni
Rev. J. A. S'igh lats beent selected
andl will praeach the baccallaralt set'
mon at Newberriy Col legoeconinsotice
menrt, th is year'.
The Sutnday-schaool olhicer's elected to1
serave this yeaar are as follows: Super
Supeintenident , J. A. C. lK i blot': S1ec
tary, T.' A. Eptitng; Libraratian1, J. J.
Theli Gr'avcyarsd Associat.ion elected
ofllcers: Precsidenta, L. I. Epting; Vice
Pre'sident, Goo. h. AuilI; Scetary,
WN. S. Seybt; Trealsur'er, J1. J1. Eptinag.
Thea preCsident hsas app)lointed0 theo fol
Iowving a1 solicitintg comm tittee: ,1. A. ('.
KIbLea, J. I. Sense1(, J1. J. Epting, W. S.
Seybt, H-. F. C'ountais. T1he snaesident
asks the muember's anad fr'ienidsa 'tis
atssociationR to pay1 their dues0 to the
above named commnittee alt once2 so t,hat,
woen bel)h prep[araed to chean off yar d
when It nleeds it. Thier'e is anothiing
nicer thana a well1 kept tgravteyst'-d.
This shows the r'espect wo haive for' the
loved ones 1 hat are' dead1(. Thiiis work
enn be done cllloietly only throusgha
March 7, 1897.
hatle8suiin thme son1 li. sa for sneta (lcca
Thie Southernii l(ailway11 is otfering510
speOcial r'edu ced tates for' te'tr tip to
occasions, whlsi I hi il occur iln that, i tv:
Ameicans la;tt.t Eduia' nt.ioal So.ia.a'v,
May 15 : So. Ilasp1 ist. Coanventt ion, May Il
12: Womani's Hat tist .\1ison,'.y 'taioni,
May f;-10. -l ickts will he~ putt onl salie
Mayit3 2 to I. limfited( fort 15dny13s, alt.$12 31)
fot' the r'ound( trip fr'omi New hery t''v irs
1a1ny(i futher a in fora'taiona ci'll on A ger'
J1. A. lir,'on. who waill take pleasurte inl
poin1)ti ng ouat tb he 1 aant alges, su1per'ior1
accOloodal t,Ios and( 1 Iiprovetd ser'vice
offer'ed by thie ohio'n.
A child of Mi a'. August Daniielsoni aged(,
15 msonthss, died Sunaday msornsintg.
Ma'. J1. M. (Chianer's died alt Isis homlae
anear Pomiat'ia~ Sua and 11 was buria'ed
yesteaiy ait Ileatd Spiunig ebsttch. lHe
wnals abot)1 35i yeasloh an ad Il evs a1
wlife and11 severQaal chilIdrt''n.
J. Ii. Walton hats openeatd at Hia'
1n0s8 Sh5op onl MIainI Stre'ett, ne&xt door
to 0. Kietttner's. Will Inakto ne(w
hiarnaosa and( repair old. Twentty- five
years exporirtnte. Prticest r'eaoniable.
(Jivo him yoair ordcerst. Satis-fattiona
Notice to Work Roads.
7-ulii '1'T,WNSHi Ii' C'OMiSSION
.. -oars of I.his ( oun sty art' hiereby aao
ti tied to 1have' thse OVertsE31ras put'1 th
r'oad(s ini good coniditiona 1by Mlaiy I, 1808.
J NO. M. SCHi- U MI IPERT,
responds readily to proper fer
Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger gra;n are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least 7% actual
Our books are free to farmers.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
g3 Nassau St.. New York.
A LONG TIME AGO
Some one asked:
Mlistross Mary quite conitrary
How (oes your garden grow?
Such a (uestioll is agraviatilUg
ifter the giarden is planted and
there is folud to bo sonething
the matter with the seed,
Weo don't bolievo thero wvill be
any trouble if you come to us for
Garden Seed!! Gardei Seed!!!
. . .GARDEN SEED
Ve keep bu-t's Garidei
Seed a(d they never
FA'L to GRIOW
W Wold 1101 Kcli 1101, IF TRY DID.
There are lots of tings in
contIa in j ewels
Lots of smrallI arit ist ic aurticjles
su itab)10le or X. mas pre'sen t s
fl less you saw thtem.
'We have a beautiful line of
smnall Novelties at ext reimely
LOW PRI IUE~S.
Yrou (Ucan iI om and sp)end1 a
pleasanllt hour inl looking
artiountd at~ our1 stock and buy
when1 you get readIy.
EIDUA RI) SClIOLTPZ,
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
The Proper Domes/ic Finish
at this laundtory. Cleani and
sweet, died in, thle opent air,
mnd t he finest5 waushinmg mas
. whiteness is beg~.Otof miethiods
thait will niot rot theo goods5.
Anty collar, omuff or itd Jo
upI here is Furo to give per
feet satisfactioni. To pleas
our patrons is our jijmi- -and1(
wo' 0neverP fail to (10 it.
Dissolution of Partnership.
- . t.for, existling unicler thei firmu
.l A8. 1. ToDD)1.
J. W. Ki BLi;':.
.\ lrch 1. 1898r. t.2t.
NOW is tile TIME
When you can
get goods . . .
0lper cent. Below
10-4 Sheeting, lOc.
10-4 Sheeting, 121c.
10-4 Sheeting (best), 18'c
.\larseilles Quilts, I 'rice $1. Itt $2.'0.
M.\arseill,!F-Quilts, P'ele $2 25 at $'10.
White Quilts, largC size, u5e.
Nice line of Huck and
Damask Towels cheap.
Table linenIbelow cost
20 pcs yard wide
lOc, 12 1-2c & 5c.
in our store
Come to.See Us!
y o Od111 , D -rs (- d, I Wh !-A
( loos, Nolitns,Ket i.i',iodr, ](c
IBtys' tntl ('hilrenstt4' ilineo sutits
I1xtrat lI\m auu'its, ShitIs, Collars
New Spring Goods !
We are' I fferig this wP4.k i 11mw
lot. IPereules, SIhirting l>rinIts, Jtim.
biroideiry, I iibbonst4,ITriinI mings, Slhirts,
In /he Lol:
1new style-, we will sell atl N wori bi t'
Iii StandardIt4 ShI irting~ l'rins at.
(oodl -1.- Uieacing a t 5e., wotth 6II
Al||l Iain n44 Tow41 elit a , 0. 111a4l 25w.
Tabtle()il ('lothI ait.u5. per vard,41
HOys' and( (0 1 ('hi 4ns (uits' ( 'lothting
at 75ie., ta .l:..50 at souit.Y \ou Cenn appreC
ctLat.(eit if youi Sie them11.
I oysi l':x ta i ne 14 'att ziat 25, :85, .10,
$1, *1 .d0, $2. to $:.3. to1 lit. anyi one(.
Wt I wi~ aVe youi at least lii to 25
(is from~~ winii,130 you ) wouh I'ay h>ri Sam
g1(oods att (it her phwesC.
\V 4 ))t(. I over iing we( ( sayi1. ('ome14
to4 544 (( m.No (4 robl '01 to) show
Metain Stree't. p eherry, S. (C.
EL ECTiMO LIGH TS.
ini p'unintg am41i lectiC work. I will
be ready toi do any I id i of work in
ab1o0ve twan.IChie. whenieti me 11414 comes.
I shiall St i 'toi plea(se in every way,
grati-. I :un4 fully 4(iipped to do0
J:l1:44n(lin(g, l iazinig, Vutlcaiziiing
'Turin4g and4(1all 1 at e icyl ork.
keep1 ai full Isup~ply (If b)iye',e( sun1drIi4s.
I have( r4eeiv, inany(1443 kind favors
from(4 t1( he pople' of Newberpry ini the
paslt., for whtichi I 1144 trly 3 grai tl,
I ask fo at til inItltI t,he w bace
of rnly huisin4ss,.