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Corrected ov6ry Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Me aat... .................. ... ......... o(a'6.
Shoulders .....................ul... 6(d o.
H am s .................................. 10( 12 .
Best Lard ............... ........... 7( 38 .
Best Molasses, now crop...... 15 >c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35c.
Co n ................................... 5 .
M eaa .......... . . ......... ........... 650.
a1ty ............... .. . ............. Voc.
W heat Bran...................... $1.00.
1st, Patent Flour.................. $6.00.
2nd Best Flour ................... $5.50.
Strait Flour ....... . .... $5.25.
Good Ordinary Flour. .$firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sugar ................ .... ......... 6 .
C offe:...........,..................... H .20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.
Bale Hulls, por ewt ......... 30c.
Butter, por lb ............... .15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen .............. 100.
Chickens, cach............... 12@20o.
Peas, per bushel.. .......... 5. 00.
Corn, por bushol................. 50c.
Outs, por bushel.................. 3r)50c.
Sweet potatoes .............. 5440c.
Turkeys, por lb ................ (q 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 60)75c.
Ruchlon'o Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cus,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Cha ped Haids,
Clillblaluo, Corns, and all Skii Erup
ttins, and( positively cnres Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Hobertson & Glider and W 1j. Pelham.
Theo Veteeanm' Rounton.
The Charleston and Western Care
lina Railway will sell round trip tickets
to Charleston on 26th nnd 27th Insts.,
for the occasion of the annual reunion
of the Confederate Votevans of South
Carolina, limited for ret,urn passage
until 30th inst. The fare for the round
trip from Laurens will bo $1.20 On
Tuesday a special will be'ri over this
road leaving Laurens at 7 a. m.
The farner, the inchan nild tho bleycle
rider are 1liho to unexp etl cut.4 and
bruIses DeWitt's Witch I .zel Sao E Is the
bo t thing to keelp on lini. It heils quickly,
and Is a w 11 known cure for pics. W. E. .0l
King Cotton Seed and two good plan
tation Mules for salo on easy terms.
Apply to TIIOs. F. H AIUMON. t&f2t
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All Druggists refund the money
if i,, fails to cure. 25c. -f&t6ni
I ,avell & Spears offer their entire
line of Furn,ture, &c., it actual cost for
eash. f&t Il.
If you want bargainA now call on
t&f tr. J. S. Hussgi,.
Leavell & Spears offer their entire
Ino of Furniture, &c., at actual cost for
cash. f&t 1m.
Is hueeby called to meet at Utopia
School House on Saturday, 23d, a
p. in. J. 11. PuEnHUm, Presidont.
M L. Yocum. Caicr-on, Pa.. says: "I was a
sutTerer for ten years. trin lug most all kinima of
pisi reinuilt 8. but with ut, iucccss I)Witt ;s
.tch 1nzt Salve -- as recommended to in .
I used one box. It hats l11ecte d a ;ne mnannt
con' As" peranot coure for pi loR 1)eWit t.'s
Wlich Hlaza iilvo has no equal. W, E,. PeI.
Leaveli & Spears oifer their entire
line of Furniture, &c., at actual cost for~
cash. f&t 1m.
Spring styles in Zeigler Biros' Shoes
just received. T1hey are the best shoes
on the market. 0. M. .Jamieson.
Council to Partilelpate.
At the meeting of the City Council
Tuesday night a cordial and frater nal
invitation from Mayor Walsh, of
Augusta, was read, inviting the city
council of Newberry to unite wit,h the
Council aLnd citiz.ens of that, city in the
celebration of A ugusta's Municiplal
T1he invitation wais accepted and the
Council willl leave in a body on Sunday,
part,icipate in the celeb)ra'tion on Mon
day, 25th, and re urn on Tuesday.
Every Cit,y Chunell in this Stata and
Georgia, it, is said, will be represented.
Thotanlam o sulrdrers. from gipjpe have
b,een res%tort-dI to heal t 1)(hab One ule Cough
Um e, It puick ly cure's coughsx. cols, bro
I i-oat and lung dilseases. W. I4. 'elham,.
Leaveli & Spoeors olfer' their entire
lineof urnt ue, c.,at,act.ual cost, for
cash-f f&tt 1m.&e, t
It, was a Cough that carried him otf
It was a coflin t,hey carried him off in.
IL is unnecessarry. We have saved
the jives of hundreds and wvill save
yours for 25~ cents. Our Compound
Ciou gh Syrup seldom fails to give im
meOdiatoe and permanent reliof. Use
one bottle, and you will give up the
hack ,hnsiness. Manuifactujred andI
for saile at .hobertson1 & Gilder's
0. M. .Jamiiesoni hats just r'eceivedl his
Spring linn of Z/eigler' Bros. Lad(ies',
M-Iisses' and ( hilldren's Shoes, in Tan
Baila, Blk Bls, ilut,toni Boots, Oxford
T''ies. St,rap Sanidles, latest style Lasts
MIN UG '
NE BlRY .C
VARIOUS AND ALL ABIOUT
Col. E. S. Keltt, of inoree, 'was i:
the c'it' yesterday.
MIss Estell Todd returned yesterdal
from WatOrloo, where sho had beef
lHon. Gocrge Johnstone spout a fev
days in Columbia t,his week on vrofes
Mr. S. P. Boozer and M. A. Carlisle
Esq., attende,d the Grand Lodge K. o
-1. in Columbia this week.
The Excelsior Firo Company has do
cided not to cuter the Firemen's Tour
nument at Atugusta next week.
The hour for the meeting of tih
Lutheran Sunday School has heef
changed from 4 to 4.,*10 o'clock.
''he merchants will begin the oarl
closing about May 15th. The clerk:
are longing for the time to come.
Mr. Jos. T. Uutchison has ordered I
stock of goods and will opon up In 1
few days at J. C. Craps' old statd.
Mlr. antid M1sI Eugenc S. Blease arc
happy. A lit.tle M iss has taken uIp het
abode thore.-Saluda Sontinel, 206h.
Mv. I. L. Tarrant weut to Groon
wood Tuesday on his bicycle. le madc
the trip, 4(0 miles, in four hours and ti
On a,count of the small-pox scaro il
Columbia the Board of Health of that
city has ordered compulsory vaccint
A mad dog was killed near tOwn on
Tuesday. It, passed through town and
bit several dogs, which had to b(
Prof. W. C. 13ynum, who has a school
in the lower part of the State, is aLt
home, his school being closed for the
The dog tax tags have been ordered,
and the new dog ordinance will be
passed antid gin- 1110% as soon as the
Mr. J. WN. Clark, of Augusta, Ga.,
was in Newberry last Wednesday ir
the interestof "Merry Maker's Week."
A new photograph out.fit arrived in
the city yesterday. The gallery will
be put up otn the vacant lot near the
Mr. T. A. Sherman, wife and chiil
dren, were over from Augusta, Ga., on
a visit of a few days to Mrs. W. E.
rZuf and family.
'arties had better heed the warning1
of the Bicycle Association and keep ofi
the track from Helena to .Talapa with
wagons and stock.
The city author:ties are having a
Sewer, pipe pit inl Smith alley leading
into Naice street., which will be it
Mi,. L. ). Wicker has placed on our
desk liish Iotatoes taken from Ithi patch,
planted Fertary 11. They are the
finest we have seen this season.
The attention of persons having
sprinklers in front of or on their prem
ises is called to the notice of Superin=
tendout, Voss in anot.her column.
The Governor aits reappointed the
County Board of Control to serve, for
anotber year. The B3oard is conmposed
of .Jacob Scnn, J. J1. Actyer andi J. A. C.
A pectit,in was being circutlated in
Newberry v. sterday requtesting the
board of visit,ors of the Sot.h Carolinm
Military Academty to reinstate the ca.
(lets reccently expelled.
The i ncandescent, electric lightt that
was or'dered sonic timte si nce has ar'
rived andt( will be placed ini position at
B3rown's Stables on (Caldwell St.reet to
(lay by Superinttentdent Voss.
Mr. Rt. Y. Leavell has at, his resl.
dence ant orange buisht that is ladenr
with fruit. somlIe ripening, somel green
and some blooms. 'We htear that, the.
hush ntow has 3i eraniges on it,.
Some of thte countty papers alhready
halvC several announc1 nements of canti
dlidates for the coutnt,y oflices. i'They
some slow in Newherry, but we have
no doutbt she will have a full1 crop.
At, the meeting of the Cit,y Cunci]
Ilast,'.'utcsdamy night nioting of public
intterest was done, exept, to hear the
(quarterly rep)ort, of t,be City Treuasur'er,
wvhich is putblishted in another coluamn,
\Messrs. 1". 11. Domintiek and L. C.
Speers, of thtis city, and1( Mr . 10. S.
Blease, a Newberry boy in Saluda, wvill
go to Columttbia in May to stand examt inia.
tioni for adm tiission t.o thet pract,iceo.0
Mr s. Isaiah H-acltiwantger, of t.h(
Lower' Dutch Fork scetion of Lexing
ton Count,y, hats been cal led to tbe bed
side of her father, ul r. Counts, of New
berry, wh io is critiecally ill .--Columt
Eveinig R~ecord, Apil 1A
WVlli Lane, colored, wals ar'resto(
htere ac fewv dlays ago and carriedl t(
baurenis charged wi th havinrg brokmc
Site and( r~obbed a store at Waltloo1~
ILno is the~ samo11 negro wh.io bioko intt
B3axter'si Heer Dispensanry a fewv weeks
A inegroi was in Nowherry yesterdag
fromt Saliuda Counaity and r'eported thi
fnt,t that he sawv secven Sp)aiariidct neai
Sailuda iver(~ Ott the Sa~ludali side. Th<i
hing to do on this side now is to fort!
fy Sul!eda RBiver ii andtot aii wv ani in
vaior~ ci t.hiis coutilty.
NIr. M. TP. Coleman, (if Abbe.ville
wacs 'n Newvher ry lTuosday. Hl. abrouigh
ith him iMaylior Evan s'campaul in rIiazol
foun id on the st.recels at l)ue West juts
after liViian's lceur itichere. It is
dantgerous loong t weaplon andh whern
it goes viet ory follows.
R.ev J1. if. Unrms and Mi s Sari
W heeler were united in marriage ii
the Lutheran chuirch, tihis city, Wed nest
(lay afternoon at 6 o'clock. A full lie
count of tihe mfarriango is being pro
paired and will appear in ou.r next pape;
Tioslay's -issuio. Tho happy Couplo
loft Wedaesday night, via C. N. & L.,
night train, fol' Savannah, Ga.
Prof. N. M,. AMll, of the 'rospority
Graded :tool, brought the eighth
grade, composed of seven young ladles
and tWo young menl, to Nowborry last m
Tuesda'y t-) take v. look through the
power house and inspect our electric b
and wtter plant. Stiperintondent Voss (
showed theII tihrougl and explained u
ti e workings of the tachinei y.
- . -a dm --_
The Sure La Grippe Cure. I
Thero i io use sttllering frotu this p)
dreadful inulidy, if yfolt will only got
the right remedy. You are having
pain all through your body, your liver
is out of order, have no appetite, no tl
life or ambitionj, have a bad cold, lu 0
fact aro completely used up. Electrio
Bitters is thm only remedy that will
give you prompt aid sire re''ef. They
net directly on your Liver, Stotnuch g
aid Kie%8, toile up the wholesys- o
tei id make you feel like a new be
iig. They aro giiarantcetl to cure or
Irice refunded. For tisle at Robertson 11
& ilder's and Pellhmr'a Drug Stores, %
only 50 cents per bottle. C
"Oil 1.h0 Winga."
Dr. Willit's lecture tat the opera home I
Wednosday night under the auspIcos1
of the Ladics' Aid Socioty of the Pros
byterlan Church, wa, one of the most v
entertaining and instructive lectures
ovee heard by a Newberry audience.
His subject wts "On tho Wing," and
tho lecture consisted of a description of
the sights of a trip through the old
n r. G
Tilo ladies realized by the lecture
about $25 net.
Or,siered to Hpar'tanuburg.
Capt. 'WN. S. ILangford, of the New
berry Guards, received orders yester
day from a regimenttal ollicer to report,
at Spartalnhlrg tonig ht to consult, with
the ollleers of tll 'I hi-d Regiment.
Capt. Langfm-dw i\ill !.--tve today for
that point inl Ohlie.c to his 1Cders, t1
ISrIt: It. 1,Y grik t-V
Saluda. Apii 17.- Ne:.rs. Linden- fu
me.vr propost.4I to hii the rai I road st
from John't4u to G"reeuwood via Salt it
da, if the peoiple olf stlilt wili guar
antee them riht, (f way, termiinal fa
ellities amd $20,0t4, Il ie pal at, the g
com)letion of the road --above amount c<
to be I Ceured by firrti t'uge bonds
of the road. Messrs I I ndeninyey v
igreed to comillence work a1s soon as t
the terms are complied with. I -arties 01
holditg eliart,er granted by the last p
legislaturo are to assign sane to is
Messrs. I.indenmer.--The State. t1
For al-out two weeks only we will lo- ai
cate int Newberrl making photographs I
U for 25 cents. These are not t,in types,
but real card pictures. For groups of t
two we Charge tell Ceits eXtra. We p
can 111Mail plctures to anly part of the
United States for one cent.. Our tent
is on Russel l's lot, ulppor C1nd Main
st.reet., near Bleaso's I otel. ti
W have seen the Work of the U. S. te
Photo Co '. Picti"os of our home folks, HI
and can safely say they are wort.ii twice
the money. Thley 1mve already'lmade
and delivered over 1,500 plietus and it
everybody is pleased. It, is somewhat ri
remarkable that Photographs can be 01
made at such low prices.--From the ,'
Monitor, Johnston, S. C.tl
U. S. 'iOo CoMP>ANY. al
-- - 01
Prof. L2. A. Pease, onie of Lexing
toln counlty's mo10t plarlit and genial w
y'oung menOl, Pealiz.ing thaIt it is '"notr
good for man11 to live alone1,"' bas taken
untto hliselft ithandsomie andit blushing i
bidi(e in tihe p- .'son (of al iss FannllIC L.
[Hunter, one of Newberry's charming
daugh ters. lThe CeremItony~ was per
formed b.y the Rev. ( '. I '. B3oozer, on
Thursday, A~ pril 131:, 189'.8, at, l'rOsper- I
ity. Thte D ispatch extends congraula
tiotas to the hatppy couple antd wishes a
for themn a long and p)rosp3orouts life.- t
Lexington D)ispatch, 20th,
hthl of! Mr. Ge,orge A. Counits.
WVe learnt that AMr. George A. Counts
died at ihis homec in tIle lower Part of
thlis couty yesterday, surrounded by (
his famiily. ile wats 8l years old and e
several years ago Ito and his goodi wife
celebratlted thteir golden wecdd in1g. Th'1ey eV
had l ived long and happily together
anid reared a famlily of n1ino or~ ton -
children all of whlom are still living. g
We do not, t,hink thlere wasoever a death "
in his inltnedliate faumily. Some of his I
grandchild ren have died. I Ia was a good .1
matn atnd lived to a ripe old age andt 0
t.o see till of isi chiild tell mairried antd
doing well. Thrl ee (If his sons are gradi- C
untes (If Newberry' College. Hlis wife 0
and atll his childreni sulrvive him. To b)
his widow atnd those who mloutrn his a
deatht, we extenId our1 s1ymt)thiCs. e
A Narrow Escatpu.
'lTankfult woruls wvrit tenl by Mrs'. Adait w
I. Hasrt , o;f Grotont, S I): I.Was t ent
wvith aI bad1( cohtl whiticht sett'led onlmiy
in tS; noughi aet. ill and1 iuh, Ily termlai- e
lt'tedi ill CotnsutuptIou. l"our D)octors
tRav. mIe upI to mty H ivior, dietermained.( u
if I conl hi1o1t uay wi it ht my frienmds on
(arth, I wouhili metet tmy absentt ones
abI ove. My ihusban, ld was advised'~ to01 ( ge.t I
IDr. KIin g'a Discovery v f,r 1l~t a umupt100, i
Cought tand Colds. I gavue it a trial, k
p otki mi all eight h,rt ties, I t has etnred
meI., aind thank I God I amt stavd a nd
hot1 tles~ free t t obert sonm & (Gildeir's -I(
and Pelhtatn 's f)rumg Storea.. S
Regnz!arsze 500o an d $1.00. Giltran
teV(d or pieie trefunded, dl
- Mimtnautzh's is the onily house iai
Newberr'y that has Drew Selby & Co's,.t
Shoes and Slippers this spring. It
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
I. 1 IE NEWS OF A LI VE AND PHO
4soolal Coi romtidence 1orald and News
1rosperit-y, S. C., April 21.-It hai
een spring-liko weather for sovera
itys and onr farmors are making goo
se of the weather.
Cotton is being put in rapidly nov
nd it does not seen that, war talk an
amors of war have any effect on tho
lanting of it.
The sale of fertilizers is about over
'hero was sold from here about, 900 ton
As season, a falling off of about 15 p i
Mr. A. G. Wiso has returned fron
tlanta, and three nOw fine hois
race his stables and arc ready to g<
lit Onl the road.
Mrs. J. A. B. Scherer, who was for 4
umber of years a missionary in Japan
ill deliver au address to the women o
race church Missionary Society at
'clock p. m. on May 10th. Mr. Scl:er
t- will make his talk at night.
Prof. 1-. 0. Counts, of Wilmington
C., who has been at the bedside o
is father, paid Prosperity a flyinj
isit, Sunday afterinoon.
Mrs. A. 11. Wheeler, of Atlanta, Ga.
tssed through Prosperity on Sunda3
.i route to her father's.
Miss Mauide Beacham, oi Atlanta
a., has beci on a visit to her aunt's
Is. S. L'. Fellers, of our town. Shit
ft, Monday to visit relatives in Colum
a and Florence, S. C., and t-Tickory
Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick returnedl
om his Florida work on Tuesday.
Capt. A. ). Haltiwanger, of Colum
a, was in town Tuesday.
There seems to be a good deal of use
ss '"taking on" over tho expulsion ol
iose Citadel students. In our humb1c
>nion the least said just, now in re
%rd to this matter the better it will bc
r tile future continuance of thi.
hool. So far as I am individually
mcerned. 1 don't care how soon it i6
opped. Pot' one, I am tired of sin
ing out two or tieee boys from i
mnty and paying a thousand dollars i
mt to keep t,hem1 up at a State ilsti
Itioll when Iuildreds and thousands o
.her boys must be content with a mere
ttanec of about t,hree dollars. Thi
, our opinion, a needless waste ol
te public funds. If a boy las the
;tuff" in him after he has goni
irough the public schools he will get
I education. Whose sonls I- a rulc
'e being educated at the expense ol
1e State? Investigato and see if it ii
>or boys and. farmers' sons. Why all
tis clamor about the eadets? The.y
olat,,d the laws of the institution and
1e board found them guilt.y and sen
need (tcm. Let them abide the
me. It is a very easy matter to get
? petitions, but if the friends of thh
istitution don't want to eompass it,
fin or downfall, they had better not
itrage lpublic sentiment any furlher,
he disgraceful doings of those boy,
'e enough. If Cantey did wrong did
eny expect, to correct, it by docing an1
her wrong? If t.his Is caried on in
to public press, ''ad nauseam,'' thet
hole structure may come down. Al
ady the cry is heard, "'Dowvn with ap
'opriations t.o State schools," and thh
a long step) in this direction. One of
ec candidates for Governor I learn wvill
pouse this very cause, andi I say r'ight
are and now that he has touched
)pular chord and he is going to bc
t'rd to beat.
Miss Anna F"ulmer has ret urned fr'on
visit to her brother', Mr. P. 13. Ful,
e, at Little Mountain.
Communion services weore held al
race church on Sunday. There wer<
vo accessions by con firmation.
A theological student at D)uo West
led the pulpit of the A. Ri. 1'
iurch on Sunday.
fRegular services in all the othez
iurches by tIhe pastors.
The delegates to the Central buther
eague report a pleczpsant time aint
od discussions. A full delegatioa
as present.. The next meeting of tIh<
agule will be held ini Grace church it
dly. Several newv leagues hravec heci
T1he sad news comes to us that U ncc
co. Counts dlied this mori'ng at ati
irly hiour. 1 learn that he, will b,
ied at Mt. Tabor tomorrow mor'nin n
ten o'clock. The funeral will h<~
mnducted by his piastor, lRev. Dr)
allbman. He leaves a iife and a larg<
umberi of relative's and friends t<
ourin lia depariit,ure. A fuller accoun
ill be given nex:t week. All of hi
bildr'en were with him.
Judge Hlair, who was in iattenidanie
pon the U. S. Cou rt, has ret.urned anm
ports a large number of cases t.re<
id many convictions, lie says he ha
sen at tIle b)usiness so long that h
news just whlat to do and how to do it
Mr. W. WA. Lfulmner, of Newberr~
as3 in town t.his mor'n ig. WValt I
ioking well and knows where to ge
hangha i herriies. Mr is. llmer' wa
ruw~n on Sunday in attendance upoi
T1he new council was; sworn in las
riday evenIng. It, consists of Capt
. . lFollers, i tntndat; Messrs. S. S
rge A. M\. bester!,.1J. 1'. ('an nonl aml
V. Wv. W heeler, w arens. ThIese gen
emon wvill sit, in judgetent on the vio
itots of the town laws for the nex
P"orthiliz,ers aemnoving slowlyno
-id "C(ap" says be will have to look ua
'mething else for the summer.
K A Y
A lit le y nuked for a bot tie of 'gel no I
i' w i ngIt1 as" fisi as youl en,' n," t iuggi.'
nogz iz'od a ho,sehrl name tor' i)eWill
I lie Early' Itinia."nndi gave him ' a ble
losi' famnous hut ti'Isil,i for conshIintiUoni. AIel
endnoehe. lIver and stomach troubles. W. I
Detlocrite Club Blettige.
Democratic Club of No. 0 Township
will meet at Longshore, S. C., Satur
urday April 2:d, 1808, at 3 o'clock p.
1 in., to reorganize and elect telegates to
the County Convent ion. Let every one
I come out. II. ). 1ooziu, Pres.
W. G. PirEtitsON, See.
Longshore, S. C., April 14, 1808.
By orderi of the Chairman of the
Democratic Executivo Committee, Gar
many Deinoeratic Cl tb is called to meet
at, Garmany ol Sqhoul Flouse at, 9.30
o'clock, Satmu04ty. 2:3!.
13. F. CANNON, PresIdent.
.1. W. NANCIE, Sec.
Jolly Street Demoreiatic Club will
meet at Jolly Street school houso on
Saturday, A pril 23d, at I p. i., to elect
delegates to county convention and to
transact other business.
J. W. WIrrTs, Pres.
UNION IMOCiATIC CLUB.
In obedience to a call of the Conity
Chairman, the llion Democratic Club
will meet at U iiion Academy ol Satu'
day noxt at 3 o'clock p. i. Tho immi
bers will please be'ar in mind and at,j
tenid. 'T. .1. W IL.SON, PP'OSIdetnit.
.1. L. liCULCliS. Sec.
SCONS1i.mVAi'Vi.: (!,, NO. 5"TOw"NS1lui'.
rho Conservative Democratic Club
will meet atJilapi next Saturday. 2:d,
at 4 o'clock.
Will meet at. selin's Storo Sat.urday,
23d, it ( o'clock to elect delogates.
.lNl.M. I'.VI.O, Presildent.
ST. I'At'l CLUBl.
St. Paul's Doocrativ Clb will mee0vt
at, St. Plaul's school house on Saturday,
23d, at 2 o'clock p). i. A uil attend
ance is desired. .1. F. Kilmeim, Pres.
L. 1. i'iPTING,. See.
The Carolina Democratic Club Vill
meet, in the CuIilii Claniers Satiur
day night., 2:d, at, S o'clock, for the pur
pose of electing delegatus to t.he county
convention. A LAN JO1lNS'TONI,
L,. W. JIONiCS, Secretlary.
YOUN(t MICIL'S Chil: I.
A meet-ing of the Young Men's
Denioci:ttic Club. of No. I Township.
is hereby called for Saturday, 23d inst.,
at 8.30 p. m., in the Council Chmiubers.
A full attendance is desired as olliers
of the club and delegates to the county
convention will be elected and other
business of importance will be trans
acted. JNO. C. (OG(:ANS, I'res.
M. L. SPIRARMAN, Secretlary.
The Utopia Democratic Club is called
to meeOt at UtOpiat schoo01 houseC Onl Sattur
da,. A prII 23d, ait 41 p. mi. A (tull nt.tend
ance is desived. .1. It Privalum.,
The Jalapa Democratic Club will
ment at .alapa the last Saturday in
Aipril, R0th inst., at, 4 O'clOCk . i.
W. C. SLJGII , Pres,>ident.
.JNO. B. CAMPICLL'uA, See.
OLD MICNS' CLUII.
Theiu Old Men's D)emocratic C!lub of
No. 1 Township is called to meet In the
Court, House Saturday afternoon at 1::10
o'clock to elect delegat.es to the County
Ill)CDUOl) 1CATESi IN MAY.
I'Te Seaboardi Air L4ine Annsounce,s tae F"ol
lowing liiduced Itatesl for Sil,cI Oc.
enitRons, to Taknie lacei in M, sy.
Quadrennial Con fer'eneo of the Ml. 1l.
lHate of one fare for the r'oundl tipl,
tickets on salo May 2nd-4th, wit,h final
limit Mlay 31st.
NI'CW ORILIANS, LA.
National Orders of Elks.
Rate of one fai'e for the round trip'
tickets on sale may 7th -9th, with finattl
limit of fifteen (lays.
General A ssembly oif the Pi'esbyt.erian
Church of t.he U. S.
Ilate of one fare for t.he r'oun 1( Frip,)
tickets on sale May 17th- 19t.h, wi t.h
final limit .June 4th.
Sout hernI laptist and Au uxiliar'y Coni
LRat.e of one .fare for' the round trip.
hicktsn side Mlay 2nd tth, with final
lii f lften days.
CH iAlIR .yI, N. C.
T1 wentiet,h of NI ay Ce'lebr'at,lon of t lie
Meckleniburg i)eelaration of Indlependl
I tate of one' fitre for t he roun rd trti p,
tickets on sale Mlay liith- 19th, andu onul
Sc2nt pori ileI travelled from 1points
.witbin at radlius (of two huindrecd miles,
, ickets on salo 18th - 11th withI fi nal
a limt ayEld.
t Ieun ion of C'onifederate V'elerans.
R ate of one cent per mile t,ravelled,
t,ickets on sale Maty 5th -19t,h wit,h
final limit Mlay 23rd.
1, or ftll i n formrat ion in retgard to
.these rat.es call on or addrtess anOy A gent,
. fteSeaboard Ai Lneor writ to
TI. J1 A NJ.)CISON,
- Genera ' siie Agit.
Two'Iun ou'h Iy uriJ. Wi-. a droi 'i'-,
Iiat Ph-a ii' B 10k, N.t Y., bo(ugI a
'sinull InpI l of t I 'humbei in C. n h V'i
I itemy.t l 1- f.1 I y th e 1tt snt' V.4
fl'uow:" u itig ehb. - lcrn ' ihe g.yh wV.1'
welarn."I sih on n ubd .
Causes fully half tei siekniess in the world. It
retains time digested food too long in the bowels
and produces biliousness, torpid liver, lndl.
gestionl, bad taste, coattet
tongue, stek heada1clhe. It
gomnnia, etc. Hiod's4111 P Sl
cure constipation amid alt Its
results,eisily anti thoroughly. !Ae. All druggists.
Prepared by C. 1. lod & Co.. Lowell, Mas.i.
The only Pills to tako whih llood's Sarsaparilla.
By other Houses will ever un
dersell or reach the level of Our
anlid Ulndnrsell thom all
Are offored goods at o.4t. or lit
half price, como to the Boo Hive
of bargains and you can buy the
aimo goodi for a mero mong.
Our prices aro very little
our Compotitors nood magnify
ing glasses to soo thomn! Wo
knock thoml blind !
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for enimpetitorm:
Yours at, only
~3 13-1c. pler yar.d.
Yours lit onlly
5c por yard.
4-4 Slho, -f ng
Yours at only
'11. per yard.
llest. Standard Plrints
Yours lit only
Good 1'archled Coffe 4.
Yours it, oulV
Good Gr-Ceen Cofeo 100 por pound
Do por. pounid.
So.1 --Good \Vashlinr Sonup
V,(imrs It only
3e. per potuld.
Al I other Goods at correspon)dingly low
Is wolli twice as Innch at the
13ebivo of Bargini..
The air and Square Dealr
I Case Shir-ting I'rints at -I(.
I Clso Lad les' Vests at 5e.
I Casie -10-inm. Sea Island at 5e.
I Case 'ereal, fast colors, at. 'le,
1 Case 4.-4 nhiling lit 5v.
You will 1ind(I in our
Wool Dress Goods
Deimrtment, the very latest Style'.
fromi 2oo. to $1.25 per yard. You
mni1t,st see our 1.igurmed llack for
Skirts at. 50C , also somethinig new
in Avord at same pricf.
Wash Goods !
T..h is lin is - mere compilt in.than
eer biefore. W\e want t.o show youi
our Orgamndies ini Iigiure amid I'laini.
Looek at, ourm 61iin. WNh i to Ormgandy
Our Notions stock is very com
Inm the M ill inmery De)pamtmnent we
are show ing s''me very stylish
Goods ini ianicy Sailors and lintis.
'cme anduu inuspect, emur stockc. \Ve
will mecet any)~ price.
Thewre are lots of things in
a .Jewelr'y St,Ore thait doni't
Lodts- of sinull I ri tistic aricl es
I h:t you woldt lieveri thin<
if Ulilless y'Olt saIw tileill,
10IIIVO U1 I(mliil li lliiw Of
I 111 \'ual o |t it's :1t. f'xtl''remely
LOW~\ PR '1'>-.
f)lCilSiiiLl Iliuri i!n look iljn
Wlo ii VOII fLet i'atly,
l101)UA 1D SQilIOLTIZ,
(mm muc- The-- Jewml imiIer.
Cowi Ltos and i unlciera j i
Ijion withoa(ut chamrgo. If you have ma
hiolMo to buihll or anly imecanicagl
wVork tc) be dono it, will 5LLv( you
monarey to so its haofio clos ig con.
tr&t s. A recrd of' 80 year-s in theo
business. Refer-ences fu rnmishedc if
de'sired~. F'irst -class work ut lowest
. C. CANNON N' NNS,
Ne'wberry, S. C.
I I.avd t& S pean '' (offer i.helcia etire
line oif Furnmituin-. &c'., at attual cost for
etwsh. &t lii.
Wo aro prepared to show
one of the prettiest and best
selected stocks of Men's,
Boy'o and Children's Suita
that it has over boen my
pleasuro to exhibit to my
friends and customors.
While North I took cs
pecial pains iii buying k4nits
for the little folkm f'om 3 to
10 years old.
Our .Junior Suits from 3
to 8 yours old is 11s eat,
and as nobby as can be.
Oir 1). B. Boy's Suits
from 0 to 16 years (.1
im ono of the prett'est
linos wo havoovershown.
Call and procuro a stit
for tho boys beforo the
HiZA11 11ro broken). WVO
guaranteo prices and
O. M. JAMIESON,
Leader of Low Prics.
Season is on!
The place to get
Your supplies is at the
J. K. Gilder Book Store !
We also sell
Sheet Music, Checkers,
A lot of Watch Charms
greatly reduced prices.
Fountain Pens, the best
made, from $2.50
Picture Frames, Ect.
And everything kept in
a first-class bookstore.
Come to see us !
J. K. GILDER
P. S.--See our Ham
rfi k ClI)I TOllS OeT,il E ES
tate of Lew ivis I )ncket, d(cenise~d,
are heebylV 11 no iled1) 1 prPeent. t heir d'te
man(fds duly1 aLII ste toi my 11' a ilt'ne,
M.A. CarlisIl. Es-q., on or before, fh.sL
day of .1 une, 189.8, anid all personisi
deb1 t ed toe sa id decePasedI are retiuested
r :: 1 x'c utori'of I .twi DuS )ckett,.
All lE-d)NS AllE I lMItI'IW
wredl no)t to tide( hiorseback~ ori
dPiv an Ily wagon,l bugtgy OP (Ither vehi1
elo on(i the tracisk oif Ii.h( Ne wberryP
IliCcc A\ssocIiation from I lulenal to
14y orderi or IE.cent iv CI(ommit.tee.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
GreenvilLs, S. C.
AINT IT A BI|AUT?
Wel nighit ask (If any man who10 ir st
adm 11 I ire the 51nowy' V wi teneiISS andl beau i
or bus)5iness2 hiirt, fron'. ior oin his col laria
and1( entfs. \VIi don'1, bblline him11 for be
ing jrouid or it -i,bc onily thin ig we ie
grot 1s that w.' (a't,1' sendl a IhIsswell
aIrounid w,it.hi oiur .Jo)hnfsonle to hear th1e
enciumlils paised onl 0our fino work, so
we c'oulId saiy tI, " 'we donfe It.''
A ent s wvanted in the s urrouninlg
At oncet, 10,000) poulnds (If driy hbldos.
[I igh est mar(1keI piec.' paid,
& r t . ShananerO 13r'oZ.
L4eavellI & Spiearsi (lTer their enirei'
line of l"nri'in:re, & c., at actual cost, for'
eaKil. fe.t I an