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Corrected ovory Tucoday and Friday
M oat... .................. . . ......... (4(47c.
Shoulders .......................... 5? a(q ec.
H am s.................................. 10,(i, l2t.
-Host Lard ............... ........... 7(,8 .
Best Molasses, new crop...... d0C.
Good Molasses..................... 25( 135 .
C orn ..............................0... 55c.
$ al.......... . . ......... ........... -55 .
W heat Bran ........................ $1.00.
lst Patont Flou u.................. $6.00.
2nd Best Flour ............ $5.50.
Strait Flour........................ 5.25.
Good Ordinary Flour ............$4.00(i.75
S ugar .................. ..... .........
R ico .................................... 61()8 c.
Coffee ................................. 10(21 c
Cotton seed meal, por sack... $1.00.
Halo Hulls, per cwt......... 30c.
3utter, per tb ..................... 15I(20 .
E,ggs, per dozen ................. - toc.
Chickens, each .................... 12A.(q20c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 0O .
Corn, por bushel.................. 50!.
Oats, per bushol .............. 35('Oc.
Sweet potatoes ................ 50(u .
Turkeys, pr Ib ................. 6(a) 8e.
Fodder, por cwt ................. 60(g-75e.
Has Just Received a Frosh Supply of
...AC'D and GUANO...
An clegirant 1 lie of men's custom made
shoes just received at . J. Wooten's.
Cotton s-ed liulli
For sale at 22. cents per hundred
f&t3t T. C. Pool.
Cotlton Seed for Snlo.
Celebrated King Cotton Seed for sale
by T. C. Pool. f&t2t
The Drayton Rutherford Chapter of
Daughters of the Con federacy will meet,
in the parlors of The Nowberry Club
oil Wednesday affteri.nooni, larci 1th,
1898, at 4 o'clock sharp. The members
are urgently re(iested to attend, also
thbse who desire to join the Chapter
will send their applications.
MAus. NAT GISt, See.
What plea111oVU is thint III life Wit.h it nl
no, contl Ittiol andl hili msti s'? T ons.
In18 -xperlonce then w,ho eould become per
fvot 3' healthly by 1siig ) M I'04 inttle Early
isori, th1 famlo ks litt,4 pills. W . t1. Pelinn
Buy your shoes fiom ,lamieson
aid you will get the bcst goods. ftf
Buy your furnishing goods from
Jamiesonl. 1l carries tho latest stylos
and first-class goods; no jol) lot
A lot of best grado Clay Worsted
Suits marked down to wholesale
cost. Jamioson. f If
Teacherst' Assoct ion.
The next meeting of the County
To'ichers' Association will be. held at
Garinany Academy on Alarch 12th.
The following is th programme:
1. Address-Prof. U3co. B. Cromer.
2. What, Is the best method of teach
ing writing ill our coutntry schools?
Miss Jo Langford, Mr. J. E. Ifutor.
3. Civics itn schools -Miss Viola
GAressett, Prof. W. HI. \\ ia1ce.
4. Query box.
Oni thle mIorintg of Feb1. 20, 1 S95, I
was sick wv ih rhmeumat ismt, and1( lay in
bed until May 2Nst, wheni I got a bottle
of Chambewrlai n's Palin 1Hilmt. T1het
first apiplientionI or it relieved tme ali
mcstt entire ily frotm the pint and1( tIhe
- secondli aflbrdedi compleh te relilef. In an
shlort tilAe I wias abhle to be ump and
verne, M\In n. Hold by WV. E'. i'ehm.
WA lot of odd Pants loft over' from
suits, that wo are selling for 10ss than
cost. Jiamtoson. f t f.
The nicer. 1no of Shirts for 50c
ou tho mar'ket. just receiv'ed at
f tf ' Jamieson's.
New Goods comn jg ini dail.v at
CIol. N ii. Wardt 1.s Suddenl,uy,
('ol. N. 13. Warid, of Sj:anbu olnrg, hias
beeni in Newberrty for several weeks otn
it visit, to his sisteri, is. J1. i\1. Scott.
He expected to n-etprin to-mao-row. Yes
terday tnmrnig lhe wans in his usual
hetlth and ate a hearty ditnnern. TIe
was staying ini the stor~e of Alr. M. .
Scott. About 3~ o'clock he closed the
store-and I ' ad ovetr to the house a ndl
said hie was feelinug very sick ton h is
stomach. The ladies of thne family up.
p)ledl the ordinarny remitit os andi sent
fotr a doe'or, buty be forec the physician
arrilved lie was dead.
C?ol. Ward waIs 68 years old1 a nd un
maririled. Hie wvas a naitivye of Spartan
burg County anid a brave Confeuderato
solditer. is remaini s will lie taken to
Spartanburig for itnte rmtent.
A mani stanids no chaine of being
elected to 11the ayorship~l of a city uin
less lie enijoys the co,nhlenco and( es
ii em of his neighbors. Ge~o. WV. Hutm
h reuy Is the ponpuhlar matyor of' Swan
ton., OhIo, anid unditer' date of Jan. 17,
186 lie wrItes nu follows:
"T'hIs is to certIfy to our anpprciationi
of tihamberla~Iin's Conugh -itemuedy. MNy
fam ily and neIghblois have testeR1 d It,
and1( we kuniw It Is ian excellnt remnedy
for' coughls anid co lds.-.Geona)i(ii W/.
HUTMPHREitY.'' Mold by WV. E. Pelhami.
IFlynn says he is overloaded wvith
gioodns a4ain and that the New York
huiyer muist hav'e hatd about four' fingers
in hIn and tr( feooling rIch as Vandtteibil t
when he bough t the goods. H-e forgets
niow how ha.d It wats1 t make a (10111ar
when lie puilledl the bell c>r'd over the
businiess end of the nude. taf2t.
I am still running imy H1arness Shop
at old stand by first-class harness
maker. Harnoss made and repaired.
f4t 1"' A. .SCUm Ir.n
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Some of our citizens.wont up to Due
West today to hear lion. Win. J. Bryan
- There will be proaohing in the First
Baptist church Sunday evening at 8
Something is expected to drop at any
time concerning the appolitient of
ia postmaster for Newberry.
Go from home to hear the news. It
was rumored in Columbia last Friday
that it was snowing in Nowberry.
Services inl the Episcopal church
Friday night at 8 p. in. and Sunday at
11 a. in. and 4:30 p. in. by Rev. Holmes.
Mr. George M. Kinard left last night
for Laurensville, Ga., to attend coui t
as a witness in a caso against the G. C.
& N. R. R.
Rev. J. L. Vass, supeeintendent of
the Connie Maxwell Orphanage will
pr-each in the First Baptist church Sur -
The Newborry Guards were out
practing yesterday afterroon. Thoy
bad target practicing near the culvI; t
leyond Gravel Town.
News reached hero yestorday that
Col. L. D. Melton, of Columbia, had
been appointed United States Marshall
by President McKinley.
The singing school of Mr. Woody
hIas been closed and a choral union has
been organized from members of the
school and will meet once a week.
The public is invited to attend.
Tht(e oratorical contest and joint do
bate of the literary societies of Now
berry College will be held inl the opera
house to-night a week. The full pro
grammie will b published in our next
'I he Exculsior Five Company Is pro
gressing nicely in their efforts for a
ball-bearing reel. It is thought they
will have enough money subscribed to
order the reel within the next week or
Col. T. J. Lipscomb, of Colinla,
al(a ex-Newberrian, in the first primary
for Mayor of that, city, on Tuesday of
this week, led in the race, and is in the
seconld with Mayor Sloan. Co!. Lips
coib'i friends in Newberry are proud
of the race he has made and hOI)e for
his 1in1al success in the next primary.
Alessrs. 1"ertrani & Willard, the gen
tlemen who gave the performance in
the opera house recently uinder the aus
pices of the ladies of the Methodist
Chureb, will rettu'n to Newberry about
May 20th, and with the assistance of
local talent present "The Amnerican
Wife," onle of the hest plays in their
iong list. This entertainment will also
be under the auspices of the ladies of
tile Methodist Church.
Now Im the Time
To purify your blood with flood's Sar
saparilla. March, April, May are the
trying months of the year. At this
season your blood is loaded with im
purities which have accumulated dur
ing the winter, and these impurities
must he immediately expelled. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the One True Purifier.
It is the medicine which has acoom
11ished many thousands of -emarkable
cnres of all blood dliseases. It is what
the muil lions take in the spring to build
up healt.h and ward oif sickness.
WNe are again overstocked, our New
York buyer having sent twice too
many goods, and we must p)ositively'
sacrifice those beautiful niew goods. Go
to other~ stores and1( get prices, then
comec to see ius andl you can see the
marked difference in goods and( prices
to he in our favor. t"rom the New
York Custom House auction sale of
l"ebruary we have the latest implorta
t,iOns of high grade wh ite and color-ed
Dress Goods, Fin HamIitiburig J aconet
anid Swiss E'dginrg, Dim it.ies, Lineni
Laawn, .Organdies, Nainsook and Welts
and a thousand novelties in all kinds of
goods att not more than 6J5e on t,he dol
lar of last year's prices. Conmc tad see
our novelties and bargains. it is a
pleasure, and not a labor, to show nice
new,~' up3-to-dateO goods when they are
genine bargaIinsLi1, and1( hear the ladies
say, "They arc the prettiest and cheap
e'st goods I ever' saw., anda y'ou are all so
very kind,"' att l"lyn ni's Cash Store. t&12t
uIth-A ithan,ce 1Rany3. .
In response to tihe call of President
WVilborne of t.he State Alliance to make
Satur day, 12th March , Sub Al liane
H~allhy Daty, the sub-alliances of New
herry, County ar*e hereby called to meet
at t,heir rei'spectivye pilacesi of meeting
on Saturday, I12t.h, at 2 p. mi.
"Members ae urged andl requested
to put, themciselvyes in good stand1(ling
withm the State and1( Nationial Alliances
by paLyinig their annuaitml (tues, which
will be 25 cenits State andl 10 cents Na
A\ll sub-alliances are requestedl to
meet, and( those that, have not, been
mleet ing regularly are requested to
ieorgan izie and b)0 prIepar'ed to scnd full
(delegations to t,he next meeting of the
H. TI. C. HIUN'fT, President.
C.X F. I ov I, Secretariy.
County papers1' )leatse copy.
I desire to attest to the merits of
Chianiberini's Cough irmedy as one
of the mo iist valtiuable nad emfeient prep
araftlins oin the maiirket. It br1oke an1
exceedlingly dhanger'ous cough for me1
In 24 hoturs, and in gr'atitud th10ferefor,
I desIre to inform you that I will never
he! wIthout it and1( yo,u should feel proud(
of' I he iIghest, ester -n ini wh1ich youir
itmdieas are held i9 petoplo in genl
eral. It isi the one r! .iedy amion gten,
I IOiltad. Ntu(cess to it, --*- ), R
DocwN i.Y, Ei~tor of Detmocrat, Alblon
Ind. .Foir sale by WV. E Pelhami.
Tro Ouro ai Cold in One D)ay.
Take L axat.ive liromo Quinine Tab
lets. All D)ruggists refund the money
If it falls t.o cure. 25c. f&t6mi
WVan ted I
Agents to work in Nort.h or South
Carolina for the IHomec Muttital Fit-c
P'rotectio,n Association of S'outh Caro
Ii na. Liberal conmmission or salary
gi ven. A pply to
THos. F. HIARMON', Glen. A gt.,
t&f4t. Now berry, ., C.
PItESIDENT CHOIMER IUETUtNS
Tho Students of Newbrry College Welcuo
An w3 stated Tuesday, the colloge
students took holiday. 'resident Cro
tuer returned on the evening train on
the C., N. & L. The students secured
a carriage to which they hitched them
solves and went over to the depot In a
body to meet the train, accompanied by
the other members of the faculty. P k
the train rolled up a yell went out from
them, and Mr. Ctomor was taken up
bodily and placed in the carriage in
waiting, and the students double
quicked to the Nowberry Hotel, draw
ing the carriago themselves. Thoy
called for Judge Bonet, who came for
ward and made them a short talk, in
substance as follows:
Young gentlemen of Newborry Col
lege: It, aTords me a great deal of
pleasure to meet you here. I have fol
lowed this bill just now become an act
of Congress, I have watched its various
vicissitudes and I rejoice with you that
at last it has become a law. It may he
thought by soino of the wealthy col
leges North, endowed with their mil
lions, of very small consequence-this
$15,000-but I would remind you that in
the store house of. the gods matters are
weighed rather than counted, there
fore I say all honor to Congressman
Latimcr in his 1riand light for New
berry College. He deserves what he is
now receiving at your hands (applause).
All honor to President Cromer. I
knew him in years gone by as a good
lawyer. [ hear of him now a,3 a good
President, and am led to believe now
that he has developed into a good poli
tician and lobbyist,. But I must not
take l) your time, for you arm not here
for a lecture, but, you aro ont on a
frolic. I therefore shall ask you to
join me in saying someth ing yourselves.
[ Itropos three che.ts for President
Cromer. Als(I thren cheers for Con
gressmntt, r,ttimer. 1 know you will
join me in t hwee times three cheers for
Newberry College. I thank you for
the honor and only wish I was one of
At the conmlusio of Judge Benet's
talk President Cromler was called. lie
said he was too tired to talk, but spoke
brielly, in substance as follows:
I want to say I appreciate your good
will and especially your love for New
berry College. Congressman Latimer
deserves the cheers tonignt at your
hands, because it is due to his per
sistent, earnest endeavor that the a
propriation has passed into law. It is
simply ant act of tardy justice, not as a
bounty, but the appropiation comes to
day as a single act of justice. Thirty
three years have clapsed since the
building was occupied by Federal
troops, and the applropriation comes to
night when wi- are talking of going to
another war. President McKinley has
acted very kindly towards us all. He
investigated it for himself and satis
fled himself that the appropriation was
an act of justice before he signed the
bill. I want to repeat that I appreci
ate your gond will, and above all your
lovo for the college. it would be a
great misfortune to receive this money
without our claim being just, and we
would not want one dollar if it was not
that way. I want to pr~opose three
cheers for Congressman Latimer.
Three cheers for Cromer were then
given, followed by three cheers for
It is, or shtould be, the hilghee~l arm
of every nmrchant. to please is eus.i
tomere; anmd Ibuat the widle-atwt,ke drug
firum of Aleye'rs & Eih lemnan, Mterli g,
i11., is doi ng so, is proven bay ihe fol
towing, frown Mr. Eshleman,: "'In my.
slxteu't y'eaurs' ex perIence int the drug
business I have never seen or sold or
triedl a meudicinme that gave as goodl sat
tsea tin Chammber'lai n's Colic, Chiol
enra andit DI)arrhan3 Retmedy.'' Sold by
W. E. Pelhamu.
Objects of tha Neiw Caannpany.
In another colun of t,his paper will
be found an ad vertisement of the New
berry L and and Secu.rity Comnpany.
The books of subscription to the capital
stoek will be opened at the st.ore of Col.
C. J. Purcell & Co. Monday, Marchi
T1he object, of thte compt~any is to putr
chase, hold, lease and imuprove real ei -
tate and to sell, transfer, sublet and
rent, ?he same, from tim.i to L,ime, tas
the directors mtay determi ne; to make
loans or money, securedi by mortgages
On real estate, buy bonds otr stocks, and
such ot,betr seuit, ies as t hte board of
dhirectors may dheemt adv isable; to buy
andl to sell bonds, stocks and other evi
denees of indlebtedlness: to Invest the
funds of the corporationt for such othetr
purposes aind objects as tmay best pr'o
mote the Interests of the corp)orationt;
to negotiate loans attd guarantee the
pay3men t of the samei; to bor'row money
aind pledge the assets of the corpora
tion to secure the payment of eamte.
Medical men say rheutmat,ism Is the
forerunnetr of heart disease. Hlood's
SarsaparilIla cures rheumnatism by its
action of the blood.
it, was a Cough t,hat carried himt oIl
It was a collin they carried h im off in.
the lives of hundreds arnd will nave
It. is unnoecesartry. We have saved
yours for 25 cents. Our Compound
Cough Syrupll seldom fails to give im
mediate and permanent relief. Use
one bottle, and you will give up thmo
ha ck business. Manuif actured anmd
for sale at Robertson & Gilder's
A now lot Cbildron's and Missesj'
Shoes just received from Zeiglor
Bro3. Jamninaon. f Ui
An Extra Term.
Judge Benet-yesterday morning said,
In looking over the criminal docket, 1'
was evident to him that, the crimir al
cases could not be tried this week ano
the jail cleared, and as the Sessiont
Court, could not be extended Into next
week, it would be proper to order an
The following order was therefore
State of South Caolina -- Newberr
County-In Court General Sessions
Regular Term-March, 1898.
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
Court that an extia term of the Cour
of General Sessionls is lc('esslry to c'ear
the docket, It is ordered, on motion
of Thomas S. Sense, Solicitor, that an
extra term of the Court of General Ses
sions for Newberry County be convene
and held at Newberry court house, on
the eleventh day of April (being the
second Monday of April), for the pur
pose of trying and disposing of criminal
cases. It is further ordered that the
Clerk of Court do issue writs of venire
failas for thirty six petit, jurors and shall
therein I equire the attendance of this ty
six petit jurors on the first day of the
said term of this Court herein ordered,
and that he give duo legal and neces
sary notice in the public journals of the
County concerning the holding of said
extra term of Court.
W. C. B1c'v,
10th March, 1898.
Why w! you buy bitter nauseating
tonics when GiovE'S TAS'PLE.SS ('lilT.
TONIC is as Ileasalt as Lemon SyrunI
Your druggist is authorized to refa '
the money in every case where it fils
to cure. Price. 50 cents.
If you want a bargain in Men's, Boys'
or Chi dren's Clot.hing and Pantis and
Pants' Jeans. Co.tolnades, Ladles' Sh-irt
waists, and in fact anytin, make a
bee line for Flynn's Cash Store t&f2t.
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
Highest market price paid.
t&f tf. Summer Bros.
The latest war news in Newherry is
as follows: A day or so ago, noticing a
company of the leading cit.izens of the
town, among whom Mayor E, - was
the central figure, in close conve%lrsa
tion colncern-fing t.he probabilities of
war wit,h Spain, the writer's curiosity
was aroused. So he drew nearer and
found that they w-iiro dizcussing the ad
visability of coistructing fortifientions
along Scott's Creek, in order to protect
the town and to check any possible ad
vance of the Spanish gunboats, should
we be compelled to go to war with
Spain. Possibly something was said of
a navy to ply upon these waters, and of
a force to be stationed at the mouth of
Scott's Creek, in order to save from
destruction all of the valuable property
situated,along the banks of this Roman
Tiber, there being many costly bui'd
ings which, as the evening sun bends
low, throw their shadows far ont into
its majestic waters. Many other sug
gestions may have been made which
the writer (lid not catch, but enough
was learned to allay all fears of inva
sion by Spanish gunboats. It is hoped
that no citizen will be so unpatriotic as
to) divuilgc these p)lans to the enemy.
Don't annoy others by y*our~ coughing, antd
risk your tirfe by "egleti a cold. One Min
uite Co""h Cure cores coughs, c4)l'l,, croup,
grIppi ,d all throat and lung troubles . W.
Officer, Newberry Guairds.
At a recent meetirg of the Newberry
Gunards the following ellcers were
electedl for the ensuing year:
WV. S. Lang ford, Captain.
R. H. Wearn, 1st Lieutenant.
BI. M. AulI, 2nd Lieutenant.
WV. E. Pelham, jr*., 1st Sergeant.
T. H1. Pope, 2nd Sergeant.
J1. G. Daniels, 3d Sergeant.
M. P. Hlornsby, 4th Sergeant.
T1. 0. Stuart, 5th Sergeant and Color
F. D). Mower, 1st Corporal.
JTas. S. Renwvick, 2nd Corporal.
Arthur Copeland, 3d Corpor~al.
Moses Hiuiett, 4th Corporal.
Gee. M. Kinard, Armorcer and D)rum
C. D). WVeeks, Sccretar'y and 'i'reas
Geo. G. Joines, Quiartermnaster.
Dri. WV. G. Hlouseal, Surgeon.
Geo. S. Mower, Attorney.
Rev. G. A. WVright, Chaplain.
Wv1.4)10g couigh is hoe most d,stressing
innlad~y; bt, i.ts 'luration enn be eu' , ihort b,y
(.he uase of() o Minnie Cough (Of e, which is
lso t no best knuownu ron) Oly for crou p uad all
iung an'1 bronchibl troubles. W . E. Pel h,am.
t att a4 en tlhe So,ul he rn for st,eclal Oceai
Th Southern Rail way is olfering
special reduceed rates for return trip to
Norfolk, Va., for the followving named
occasions, wh ichi will occur in that ci ty:
A mferican Baptist IEduIcati onal Socie t'v,
M ay 5: Mo. Baptist, Conven tion, May 'i..
12; Woman's Baptist Alissionary Union.
Mlay 6l-10. '1 ickets will he put on salez
May 2 to (I, limited for 15 days, at $12.3o
for the roun d trip from New berry. L"or
any fitrtther' informat,ionl call on Agent,
J. A. Burron, who will take p)leasutre in
Pointintg ouit t.he adlvantages, suiperli
aiccommiodaitionis andi improvedl service
otfered b)y the bouthern.
Children U id! ults tortured by bu,rnr.,
14(n11h4., ijuries0, '(eema or s4kh ien sess :iy
sjonro instant relief by noing) 1)e WIll's Witch
II z'- .S,d1vA it is 1330 gIcaut Pil4 remed~ty.
WV. F,. Pethamn.
WE Save You Money !
Th'le road to success' tIle) say loads
to economy; the rond to economy
loads to Polhm's Drug Store.
AR we buy for two large stores,
we buy1) at rock b)ottomf prices .md1(
can afford to soIl eb-'ap.
An)y andi everything at extremiely
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE NIS OF A LIVE AND PH(O.
rSpectsl Col rempolltenvo loraid and News I
Prsclpcity, -3. (., "March0 10, 1898.
Editot Beard, of tho Carolina News,
was In town last Saturlday and was
4howing his MadstoIe. It was quitC a
curiosit.y, and it large crowd githered
41rounid hiin tt the postollice. It Is a
curious looking thing of a dark gray
color, ailt the size of i good big wal
Col. N. B. Wheeler and Mr. S. .1.
Kohn went to tle lIondik last week.
We desire to extenid oir coiriatuila
ilons to 'resident Crolneir and New
)erry College for the vrvy sitng sui
that, will conlm to the college from1i1 til
Scingvessloatil a piropriation. This will
Jo Newberry College great, good andci
put new life in) her, if such a thing
were possible. Again we extend con
gratulations and wish her naniy years of
uibounded success in tie great life
work in which she is eigiaged Inid the
good she will be able to do will last till
time shall end.
The Woman's Homo and Foreign
Missionlary Society of Grace chiureb
had their ailnal election last 'Ionday.
which resulted its follows: Mrs. P. E_
St-1cum11pert, prelident: M iss 1llinn I'lu
ther, vice-presidenlt.: Aliss Geitrud
Simpson, seeretury: M rs. M. E. Kohn,
coresponing secretay; I iss I nnie
Cannonl, treasu1rer. 'I'le socivty will
hold it public meeting inl the near fu
ture, at which Imeeting lv. J. A. 11.
Scherer and wife, missionaries to
Japan, will make acd1resses or talks,
notice of whieb will be givenl latcr.
Mr. Fred Ullussell iatd family havt
beenl Visiiting oI- towIsIIalI. M11. ItII.
Joe, son of Nt. .1. N. Peagle, who is
quite low with ityphoid pnenclnii, at
last report, was thought, to be a little
beI t 'r.
Miss Essie Bolind, of Iittle Munl
tai, has been Visiting h.er b1lother ai
sister, Mr. 1). V. Boland and NI is. ILa
than, the past, wee.k.
"Don't forget the recital by Miss
Ailken's music class in the Cradel
Sohool building oi Tuesduy night
March . Adiksion. 10 ceIlS."
Voice. of the ro'-. \\'ong in t w
particulars, MIr. E-:Jitor. The musical
is on Friday, Miarel I1.. A ind it, is
fr-ce; no admission will be airged.
Wo learnti from the \'oict' thlat tlle
M\1 issioniary Society or W ightcItmani
Chapel elected the fo'llcwing iers
foi' the esuling year: President. Mrs.
J. P. Bowers; vice-president, Mis. P.
11. Major; treasti'er, Mr.s. Alioe 0.
NI itchell; correspondin tg secretitn-y, I iss
Jo Langford: recording secretary, Mrs.
1". V. ( 'atpers. Th'le sod. ct.y hast muadlO
arrangements to havo Rev. J. A. It.iCe,
1). D., 0' CoImb11)ia Femalte 'ollege, atl
dress them ont the first, Sunday in A pril
at the regrilar houir for service. very
body is invited to attend the nietiLig
atid hear the addres
The fo!lovig is the honor roll of thi e
P'rospeiity Gra'cded( Se biocol for Il.he miot tI
of February: L.ucy' Fellers, (Gary Kirk
patr'ick, Grcco K(irk patick, I':ini
K(ohni, Ih'a Lester', IDaisy Nates, Genr
gtusttus Ycoung, 1Hviady [Iarm'oncii, billie
IHell1eI Hal Inuain, J1essile MIoseley, Lec nt
NI oseley, Elicier Haclhnita n, AI 4catt K irtk
paitriclk, Cecil Wyche , l I leanor Captlers,
Jenniue Hiallman, Le na Lester, LillIian
WX'ise. (Cornel ia Caplers, George K irk
patrick, Carrie Pr'icie, Jolt rPI at W\'ise,
Young IBrown, JIohnc Gelston, Anie.
Lauit 'e L.esteri, Markt'ls Situipsoni, Grani
villec Wychie, J1ane X WitIcerispoon, Anncile
May Geclstonc, A llen Lest.ce', Willie Maty
Wise, V'inniie Rulf, Chl'ey llao'-re,
Azee Counits, Eddlie Concts, Clara II air,
IRosat Kenniiedy, Emcima KCennecdy, Irtiest
Ma i,hiis, Gecorge Hlarimn, Sinmon Wcee c
Perr'iy Simuipsoni, (;'eor'ge 13rownc.
T1he mu tsie clatss (if lIbe C tadedc Schiool
hias made commenid able prcogress undccler
thce ellicient teaching (If Misks Alkc,
and we ennti but feel that, tlihis departL'
mlent, is (one Of Iche st.'oncg po0in.$ icn Ihe
Prosperity G radedl School. E-very de
patmltent is iii chaIlre of tIhe best
tenteheris an d inucch g(ood( wo rk ha s been i
doncie. Th'le class will give a uiicicacl
uindler Al iss A iken's (11ircet-icon liidaiy
nigh t, Miatch II1. Thec fcolloin g is th le
Ch'loru.s -('lac,s a i stedi by Mlessis.
KCihler' andc W itherspoocnl.
Dncet.: TIri ppling Th'l roughi thce NIenad
IPet,ito Valse-- NI Is ( ora 1 ioozer'.
Grandl WXaltz: Iteethlovenc --E'rin lithn
D)uet.: L e Pect,it C2arniva'l - liirge W i5c'
M%ol'tt , K( iek pIItrick.
Mnnciiet.: I'lu'eresk.i Annciie lIc*llh
P'ure W~hite. --i-olin cW'YbcIc.
Chrn-Cla,.s, assisbedl by Nc's
K( ibler anid Wi'ithler'spcot.
Duect: Le l 'ciit, ( 'iival, I'olkcF
Lill1ian Wise, I soline Wychie.
Edeli W als tz ' -Gr ace Ki1rkat
Theic l"air -~ -A inie NI:iy I lienhaugh.
Old llelfry ( 'hcimes---Jlis.ie Mcier.
,o Ziphyri Val s.N---Moffat.t K( irkpatri ck.
C'hant. I)c Nord ( Mcloclic) --- MI ss Ger
trudce SI icmpsoic.
Waves~c of t he O ceanl Galocp -.:ste.lle
l-s)o'ir ( Noet.neneii)-MN i-cs Scallie WA'itIc
''Trentellce Annie I 1,lmc WVI.
Vca~cl: "O'(, L o viing Hea rt-, T~ 1st clni'
-MI iss A ikeni.
I Icet: Sleigh I idIe - E-:rin KCohnc, F.s..
rC(hcorcis (JCa, aessi.ted biy Alessr''.
IKible.r und WiLtherspooni.
Liko billousness, dyspep,sla, headache, consti.
patton, sour stomach, Indigestion are promptly
Cured by llood's Pils. They <to their work
easily and thorontghly.
Best after <dinner polms.
25 cents. All (ruggits.
Propared by ,. 1. 1100(1 & Co., I.owel. Mass.
The o41ft Pill to take with I lood's Sarsaparilla.
For the Nxt 3o Dayr
Froiml date I will sell at and below
.\ ew* Yovrk (ot. Rogers lIos.' Spoons,
Knives. Porlks. and plated ware;
Wiateheo, Chains. lraeelet,s, Cufi" and
(' oluit lit tons. Clocks. I11roneles, Sit
v(r Noveltits, Palley (,oo1s. Comne andI
sec Is, M110 11 is l1miteRi and we t1ust.
111alc ro for l ot- ml Splr Itilld stilmit.t
go-ds. Wiatchles, Clocks aIov m1 . Jewell-v
repatired and work gluaranteed. 01;1
gold and Silver houghi. and exchanged.
Lf Next door to IRohertson & (Nider.
Contraeturs ned Iluilerm.
Es'tiailtet furuuishei onl applila
tion without chargo. If you have a
houso to build or any mechanical
work to bo doni it. will sivO y,ol
money to so us .beforo closing coi.
t ric(s. A record of 30 yvars in the
business. Roferies furnitished if
desired. First.-clasti work at lowest.
J. C. CANNON .& SONs,
Nwherry, S. C.
By othl Itllos will evei un
dersell or reach tho lovel of Ou1r
Low P -icvs.
11n1d Undorsell all -
A roi l'id goods itt ost. o- at
l alf PiI, voeiv to tho Bee liive
ur bargalls 1an11d 301 can luy the
sHM10 goods for it loro song.
01ur pricvs aro vory littlo
<llr Competitors neeod ma111glify
ing glasses to See thwim! We
knlock thel blil !
Here Are a Few
Blaec Eyms for comlpetitors;:
You's at only
Y,ou; at ,1only
4-4 Sheeting oc, perI yard.
Y ours aIt, only
llo.,t S Lit.itad P'rints
Youirs at, oly
4v. perI yurid.
Good Parchied Coll'ti 4. e yud
Yours lit only
Good Gr.eve Coyfee
Yoln's at only
o pmr poulnd.
1awrth aetwcs mnch te
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
The Prot'er Domes/ic Finish
it th115ia hini'da'. Clean and1(
sweci rie in 1( the.( ~t o penair
te1i'r \ils s thiruin (iaculate
thlaat wi ot rII(ols th goo.)
fen saisacio.'o les
( wnplanev t fliail ito do isst,sl
D>l:NTY lr(>'4 NIWVe. Y--I
i')HA N ('II'1 III
ofL~0 i"lgeco'1nh Iar, ecs, Ilt ('(ltPin
I 'itAN O aDI ittO IT89l.
FOR THE' MONTH OF
It is my pirposo to givo tho
pt-ople of Newherry tho privilogo of
buying fivo thousand dollarti worth
New priig Goods
Drvss (loods, Dry Go ds, No
tionls, i l,iery, (; o s' juol l rcltiofs,
Shirts, Llats, U'llbrellits, Trunk111, amlid
Moen's, Boy's , W0om1n's andfil( Children's t
Shoes it little inl advanlco of wholo
Sill) prices, du11r1 rig the 11m li th of
March. ThI face. is you Could not
buy i n Si1gle aticlo it whoh'stiale,
lower thll you ann buy your goods
this Spring ait mly slorv.
AINy comllt ,-ionl with bmy Phila
delphi ll 111oue (1nal0es io to Securo
adviitages tbat, no utivi holuso ill
Newherry v ijoys. I stil liberal
elouglh tor give the people tih holiit,
of it. Don't buy on it credit and
kep your hu11shalnd poor, but let him
go to the baihs and get. the money
mil savo 25 per eenLit. n11 your pur
hss.You may1 11,1ttor your lsVlveS
tt you ar liiot lying this dilfer
one 1111 iti i th aroi ll I I Ito maamo.
Thiit weeIc wI will onlitinluo to
s(Il ll f111 our bost. prints IM -1(, our
iew I 1 2 poreales it 1I0t , iill
ing ('aibritis hest <iuality it -e,
C'>its Spool ('ohonl ait, -10c, a dozoln.
And all of, t (o'assin wt -rs, Jea ns1 and
IiilmmIs it aetult coSt. A Iargo
line of lvwv Plints it o0c to $3."M i
pair Just received. C'olmo and seo
u1S oft en.
A. C. JONES
The People's Storo.
Nowerry, S. C., "arel 1, 18)8.
I Itlh and Miarket St reet.
SOur New Line of
4' CalicoeS and
8 \Ve live just e1 i l at case of
Q I .b l'ireales, rast ('olors,8 woitjh
we wv Iill 'iell~4t y uat,
S 7 [-2 cents,
SYou Mist See
C Ot ntew sini Sit \Va. W it at,
o,, \V\ will -ell yo a4it goodeF
we 14 wviii sill yotu ebenpj.
() :o: ---
Va1 hu antl, Ibeforo
2Davenport & Renwick.
Cigar Sale !
I haive ai few oil' brandslu of
Cigairs that : will s''l rega',rdlei s
of ('os1. Thiese ( igars8 aro all
Sol by mainntfaci t urrs for first
ohlass goods,8 huil they d tli su:t811
our .rado. Catll for
"SA NTIA I!A NA."
if ynu want.uI Cigar8 iat at low
My ReallIar ULic of tism~
is up1 to i18 tsusual (oxceloneo!
W\o (do (olr si are' of Supjplyinig
the mtost fatid11(11 iou tmokers of
t he townx, t hterefor'e, wet canntti
best in1 o1 r regtilart line. TIhantk
ng you fit' phst favors and1( ask
inig ia ('ont inulnetnu or same,(4 I ami
S. B. JONES.
Call for the Sussex Shiou for boy-.
The best med ium pric sh1I oest~ niide'.
f If .JllanOElfm