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Corrected every Tusesday and Friday
by Sumner B1ros.
Meat.. ........... ......... o47.
Shoulde ....................... c .
..ams... ................ 1 121c.
Best, Lard ............... ......... 7Ca8jo.
Best Molasses, now croV...... 500.
Good Molasses.................. 25@35c.
Corn ................ .. 600.
Meal ...... ......... ........... 55e.
Hlay.......... ........ 80C.
Wheat Bran.................... $1.00.
1st Patent Flour.................. $6.00.
2nd Best Flour.................. . .50.
Strait Flout........................ $5.25.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.0 .75.
Sugar ................. ..... ......... 6 1 .
1 10 .................................. 61 e80.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, por cwt......... 300.
Butter, per lb ................... 15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................ 100.
Uhickens, each.............. 12j@20c.
Peak, por bushol...... ......... 60.
Cdrn, per bushel....... ...... 5c.
Oats, per bushel................. 40@50c.
Sweet potatoes ................. 50@40c.
Turkeys, per lb ............... t@ 80.
Fodder, per ew t ............... 75(490c.
The S. A. L.
The Seaboard Air Line is offer
Ing the special low rates of one fare f.r
the round trip to Norfolk, Va., for oc
cahlon of the Southern Baptist Conven
tion. Tickets on sale May 2 to 6 inclu
sive. A low rate ticket will also be on
sale over this line for 3altimore on
May 3d and 4th and 9th and 11th.
Thirty-five years mnko a generation. That
Is how jong Adolph Fiher. of Zanesvilne, 0.,
suffered from pi'es He was cured by using
1.hree boxos of DoWit's Witch Ilzo Fnlvo.
W. E. P*111ha1m.
Flynn's store seems to be the busiest
Place in town in our days. t&f 2t
Suprrme Court Decision.
The Supretno Court has filed a dccis
ion in tile case of ! . M. Dickert vs.
Farmers' lutual lsurance Association
of Chester, S. C., in which a new trial
is ordered. That case wias tied at
Newberry before Judge Watts. The
Association wits represented by Mower
& Bynum and the plaintilfs by George
Johnstone and J. Y. Culbreath, and a
verdict wis secured in the circuit court
for Mrs. Dickert..
A torpid liver robs you of ambition and
I uni your heith. DoWitt's Lit tle Early
Itiser cleanse ti. o iver, curo constl atin
an . 111 stoml Alh and liver troubles. \v. !.
If four cats catch four rats in four
days low imay cats will it take to
catch 125 rats in 100 days? To first
party sending in cbrrect, answer we will
give a sitting for One Dozen Cabinet
Photographs (value $2.50).
While we are miaking card' plctures
6 for 25 cents we do not, expect, patron
age to guess at the abovo as all answers
will be carefully examined and no par
tiality sh.own. Adiress U. S. Photo
Co., Newberry. S. U. Terit on Russell
lot Main street near 131caso Hotel.
Ans rqmq4vgd .tij. next Tuesday.
3,000 yards of very fine colored dinii
ties new effects 10C goods selling now
at 5c per yard at Flynn's. tsf 2t
Decath of Msh. Hi. W. Kulhns.
Mrs. H. WV. Kuhns, wife of Dri. HI. WV.
Kuhns, died at their home in Omaha,
Neb., on Sunday night. A telegram
from Dr'. Kuhns to Dri. P. Robertson
br'ought the sad news.
It will be remembered that Rev. D)r.
Kuhns was for 'jeveral years p)astor of
the Nowberry Lutheran church, and he
and his wife have many friends here
who will regret, her death.
Children like it, tt izaves their lives. WVe
menn One M1 into Couighn Um'c, t.no lnrfalile
rtneidy for congha. cel ds, (cramp, bronchitIs,
grl Ip ', anid alli throat aind lunlg troubiles. W,.
40 yoars' success in the~ South, prIoves
Hughes' T1onic a great remedly for
Ch ills and all Ma ilarial Fevers. lletter
t.han QuiniInc. Guamrnteed, try it.. At
Druggists. 500. and $1.00 bott.les. t6mio
Having bought the Dah- y inilk cows
I olffer them for salo cheap. TIhey are
choice cows. E. Cabainiss. t tf.
There is no doubt, about it, that Flynn's
harLrains are cap)tur'ing I i.e crowd.
Flynn says he is an easy winner as all
the hid Ies are v'ot-ing F'lyn n's a place
for bargains. t&f 2t
Tbciu annu ial mueeting of the Newher'ry
Bicycle Associat,ion wvill bie hlrd at city
council ci.umbnlers Alonday night. May
2, 1898, at, 8.30 p. in.
All membersfi atre requested to aIttenid,
us business of groat,i mpllortance will be
tr'anciacted. Any other's initerested or
desirous of becouming mom'.ers are cor
dially invited to be pIresent.
J1. W. M1. SIMMONs, Pros.
IM. A. CARLTIsrAE, Sec.
We c tYhr One llndtredr Dollars lt-wnrd for~
Clny enan2 of Cain h t hat, can nmot, bo cured by
JiIlis Untarrh (Unro.
F. JT. CI11 ' Nli.Y & (i0., Props. Toledt o, 0.
WeYe im ndersignecd have known iz. J1. Clu.
ney for the last 15 years, and believe him
perfect,iy hcoornhie hn nit business transac
fin n 1nncilly abin1 8o ca1rry out anty
obligatins made byv thetar ne'm.
WEst& itnUA x WholeMsuil)iurg!etsu.Toledlo OI
WAL1.)12 o, I 'NAN & MlAuvi , Whuolealo
D)uarugsa, Toletdo blho.
ihuuil's Catarirh Curt, is takon hnternally, not
Sig ilbrety upon2 t.he blood and mucons sur
faces of the szyu.temi. PraIco ';5. luor hot,tle.
6'l i hv all Driuggis'te. TestImonIals fr o.
IHall's Faemily Pills are the hest.
Contractors iand ilutHdera,
-..Estimates furnished on applica
tion without charge. If you have a
house to build or any mechanical
work to be dono it will save you
money to see us beforo closing con
tras. A record of 30 years in tile
business. References furnished if
detsired. First-class work at lowest
*J. C. CANNON & SONS,
N.Iwberry, 8. 0.
Leavoll & Spear's offer their entire
line of Furniture, &c., at actual cost for
na5h. f&. 1m.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Next Mo,nday Is saleday.
Mrs. Parkhurst, of Rhode Island, is
visiting Mise Laura Blease.
Miss Fannie Crawford, of Chappolle,
is visiting at Mr. B. M. Dennis'.
Dr. F. M. Setzlor, of Whitmilre, was
on a visit to friends in the city yestor
James D. Nance Camp will hold a
meeting next Monany in tho Court
Soo notice of meeting of stockhold
ers of the Catrolina Manufacturing
President Cromer1' will give the Sen
ior Class.of Newberry College a dinner
at his residence today.
Prayer meeting at Thompson street
church has been changed to 6, p. in.,
and still meets on Wednesday.
Numbers of the Deniocratic clubs
have not elected delegates to the county
convention, but will do so this week.
Miss Gertrude Simpson, of Prosperil
ty, was oii a Visit to friends and rela
Lives in Newberry Saturday and Sun
At a meeting of the Newberry Guards
last, night four recruits were added to
thQ company roll, three being college
Thc Vaughanvillo Deniceratic club
has changed its place of meeting to
Mr. M D. DHnith's, that being nearest
point to imeibers.
Under the call of the President for
volunteers South Carolina's quota is
"One regimient infantry, one battalion
and one heavy battery."
R1ev. J. H. Ifarms and bride, on their
way from Savannah,Ga., to their future
home in Pennsylvania, stopped in New
berry a few days with relatives.
Bobecca Shealy. a worthy and re
spectable old colored woman, the moth
er of Alorgan iDnDukett, died at her
home in No. 1 Township on April 19th.
Mr. Wi. 1. Ilouscal leaves tomor
row to attend tho alnnual meeting of
the North Carolina Lutheran Synod.
ie goes in the interstof the Lutheran
Tihe Senior Class of tbe college will
comtplete the eourso this week- and
stand their final examinations and be
assigned subjects fot their graduating
A good tile for the people of the
county to subscribe for a paper pub
lished twice a week to get the news
while it is news. We give you the
latest up to the tinie of going to press.
MJayor 11. II. 'vans, Aldernien T. E.
lipting, .1. .1. Lan e and J. \V. l-arhard t
and Clerk C. A. flownan left oil Sun
day for Augusta to represent tho City
Council at tho centennial of the city
of Augusta, i4a, yesterday.
The call for volunteets will first be
made to t,lo militia, giving them the
privilege, and if the qujot.a-is not raised
from them then others will be pernit
ted. We thintk the negroes should be
permitted to go to Cuba and fight if
they want to.
Licute nant. Richard McMaster, U.
S. A., 'Winnsbor'o, S. C., visited his sis
ter' Miss Rachel MceMaster in Newber
ry on Saturday and Sabbat,h. This
sllndidl young olIeer of South Caro
l ina expects to be assir,ned to New
York or 13altimore artillery.
Mr. L. P. Ep~lton of Spartan burg has
writtetn a letter ncept ing the nonminat
tioni on the Prohibit ian ticket,. Th Is
seems to us to be a slap at, his frienld.
Gov'. Ellerhe whlo gave himu otllce and
stood by him. The desire for ollice is
greater thtan grat.itude withb most pol1i
tic ian s.
Savecs inIe. Hutghies' Tonie (new im..
proved, tatute pileasant1.) taken it early
gute and Miabu aial Pr vers. Aet' On the
livet', tones tup the systemi. 1Hetter' than
qltuinine'. Gauratee~ud, try~ it. At,
druggists . .',00. and $1.00 bottles. tOhn
Capt. WV. S. Langfor'd, of tihe New
berry Guar id s, has treturnetld from a
mneetinmg of thle olet's of th ITo.h Iird
Rteg Iimenit hIeld in Spatrt anhurt :g. .It,
wats diecided to r'ecrtuit the coimplanites
to eight-y men'i eatc h, andt thre bei ng
eight compianies inl this reigimenit
would matuke it, netarly '70i0 strong. whuih
IS aboutt one-thirid liith numbher ex petcted
to volutilt ri from Soth Car'uiol in a.
Thlle Newbhei'ry Gtn ds no(w itumiibet'
atboutt 40 ettlisted mlen. They wat,
abott 4'0 ecr'tiits. ('t.. Langfortd Is
the fouth rnk intg catain itn the reii
mlenit. if yotu desirec to enlist. for tile
Culban wanr, a good oppor'tunait.y is otfered
to join tile Newhe.ry Guar'ds and go
along withl yourit oIwn ppie.
Col. JT. (G. War'diaw is the colonel
commilandling the Reigimlent.
151 iiCairly I ilers ITheyI itre o t at ion,r'
sick hteadatce anditt b)lIHutne: . W. IC. P'liint.
Signa of Spring.
Convey a warning thalt certain nil
mo[nts, general debility, dlysp)opsia,
skint diseases, Iliver compldainits, etc.,
need attention. TUhero isn't anything
better for a blood purifier than' Our
Saraparilla Compound. Nothing
secret or mysterious abuout it. It is
carefully made of the hest drugs, like
everything that we mlako, and we give
yo i a bigger bottle titan you usually
get and1 charge but 75c for it.
ROI 'ERTSON-'& GILDER,
Druggists, on thte corner.
Leavc'l & Spear's 01Ter' the ir entir'e
line of Furituro, &c., at actual cost for
Olalh. f., I.
The Cub Meeting.
All the Democratio clubs In the
county were called to meet on last Sat
urday for the purpose of reorganizing
the party and of electing delegates to a
county convention to be hold at New
berry next Monday.
Most of the clubs were to meet in the
afternoon, but the rain in many sec
tions was vcey hard and lasted nearly
-all the evening, and In consequence
many of the clubs were unable to hold
any meeting and no delegates were
elected. These .will, we suppose, meet
and elect delegates during the week.
They should, and while the constitu
tion says the meetings were to be hold
last, week, we do not suppose any ques
tion will be raised as to the legality of
delegates elected this week. There
should be none.
We would be glad to have members
of the clubs send us the names of dele
gates as soun as the club olects. We
have reports from several clubs and
print today a partial list, and would
like to have it full .by Friday's paper if
In the excitement of war we should
not forget the duties at home, for sonic
people will have to remain home to
make .provisions for those who fight
and to take care of the women and
children, and it is our duty to look af
ter the affairs of State and not ignore
entirely the election which is to be had
in this Sta e this year.
Wo print below also a list of the old
or present execut,ive committee. Their
terms of service will expire with the
convention next Monday, when their
successors will be elected.
U.st of [o'gatep.
No I Tov.Nsimw
'Youing Men's-.1as Y Culbreath, 0 L
Sebumpert, E Cabaniss, Jio W Ear
hardt, A C Jon.s. Z l- Wrighnt, Jv C
Wilson. Alternatvs. .1 C-lhappell,
J 1 McIntosh, NJ L Spelarian. Exccu
tive comn itteen 1, .1 II Mlcintosh.
Piarolina-Oo Johnstono, Arthur
Kibler, J M .lohnstone, Ge S Mower,
I l 1Iy:IIIum. (eo V S11(umer. Iamlbert
V Jones. Alternats. I H hunt 11 H
Evans. Alex Singlon, ('hat-4 8 Suber,
W H- Hlit, Jno M Kinard, Alan John
Factory -Cole L Bleas", Jacob Senn,
Wmll Bedenbaugh, J H1 Chappell, I D
Shockley, Jno NI Taylor, J R Thorn
ton, Harry Campsen, T M Roebuck.
Alternates, B M Knight, Chris Daniel
sen, Wi Johnson, Pet Wilson, Pat
Cannon, J W Davis. Old officers re
Joh nstono Academy
M L. Bethel
Garmany--M L Long, J S Ruff. Al
ternates, B D Cannon, G J Wilson. Ex
eettive committoemai, B B Leltzsey.
Jalapa-C WV Buford, Geo C Glas
gow, Wmi C Sligh.
Old Men's-W% G Peterson, WV A
Vaughainville-MN J Longshore, H1 M
Hoozer. Executive commaitteeman, MI
N o. 8.
St. Luke's-A E P B3edenbangh, T 0
Hawklcins, WV T1 Gib-on. County execu
Live comnmitteemnan, A E P lBeden
iIbert.y--Rl. T1 C Hunter, J 0 Moore,
G F~ Unnter. Executive commit,tee
man, IR. T'. C. Hunter.
UnIion--T L H Epps, Ira G Fellers.
Alternates, '1 W Felilers, R HT Kibler.
E'xecut.ivye conimitteeman, J K( Epps.
Waton-JT \V ('romer, HI S Graham,
JI J Crooks.
No I TfowNsurr'
Old Men'-W T1 Tarrant.
Yonu Me P[n'e-J HI Mentsh,I.
Fa~ctory-.J A Sennm.
Iliart fordI-U B Stinumier.
Johnistonje Acatlemy-II 11 Folk.
Mt nl~oe-WV A Chialmrs,.
M t. 1'enantn ,--J M WVicki'r.
Mayinztoni-W V L~yl u.
Mt Tabor'-M McCartloy.
L.ong Lan-WX F" Bion i.
.1 ila~pa-C WV lIuford,.
t'onservativye--J WV Di Johnsoni.
Trinite l'i. i.
01h1 M n',-Il Hi A brams.
Antn.--Il 1I LAndlayw.
ehap'ell$-.I it Irwil I
Vaugbaville-P H lCoon.
' No 8.
Utopla-li T Paysinger.
Warehouse-E M Cook.
8 Luke's-A E P Hodlenbaugth.
Saluta -L L Domilno:c.
O'Neall-P W 8jualy.
Mt Pilgrim-k It Miller.
Swilton-G A Mill@.
Liberty-RT 0 Hunter.
Union-J K H)ppa
Jolly 81reet--P H Ellesor.
St Pau? -L I Epting.
CCntral--A F lV'er.
Ztoln-it P Cromor.
8 Pailip'H-H C sligh.
Walton-W H- Folk.
All members of Old Town Democratic
club are requested to meet at Old Town
depot o1 Saturday, April 30th, at 4
o'clock p. im.
W. H. SANDEMS, Pres.
H. B. LIND?AY, Sec.
MT. TA 1oR
Democratic club, No. 4, will meet
at Whitmire on Saturday, April 30th,
at 3 p. i.
Z. H. SumER, Secy.
J. S. MCCARLEY, Pres.
Democratic club will meet on Satur
day, April 30th, at 3 p. m., to elect del
egates to the county convention.
BENJ. HArL'AcnE, Pres.
Manager Floyd, of the Newberry
Telephone Exchango, .spont yesterday
in Prosperity seeing what could be
done to extend our, exchange to that
town. lie feels very much encouraged
at the prospect and thinks the requisite
number of subscribers can be secured
to warraut building the line. In fact
lie only asked for ten subscribers and
seven were secured yesterday, and wo
feel safe in saying the other three will
be easily obtained. Under this ar
rangement each subsciber w ill have
his own phone. We are glad to see
our exchange branching out and hope
it will not be many days before we can
talk to our friends in Pr'osperi.y. And
then for other connections.
We have just received $1,358 worth
of very fine clothing from a bursted
clothing manufacturer at 50c on tibe
$1. Cut, fit and workmanship unex
celled. We will sell themi at prices
heretofore unheard of in Newberry for
very tine Clothing at
t&f 2t Flynn's Cash Store.
It was a Cough that carried him off
It was a colin they carried him off in.
I. is unuecessarry. We have saved
the Yves of hundreds and will savo
yours for 25 cents. Our Compound
Cough Syrup seldom fails to give im
mediate and permanent- relief. Use
one bottle, and you will give up the
back business. Manufacturod and
for sale at Robertson & Gilder's
Leavell & Spears offer their entire
Inc of Furniture, &c., at actual cost for
cash. f&t, um.
Off to Charleston.
Replresenltatives of the James 1).
Nance Camp and the Jno. M. Kinard
Camp leave today for Charleston to at
tend tile reunion of Confederate Vete
rans and Sons of Veterans in thlat city
this we.ek. It will be a big time for the
old Vets. They can talk of the war
through whlich thley went while they
hlear the news of tile war that is no0w
Inl tihe party from Newberry rep)re
senting tile James D. Nance Camp are
C. F. l3oyd, J. Cal. Noel, H-. 0. Hen
son, Jas. 11. Reagin, Gilliam Pit,ts. Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Buford, U). A. Rluff, W.
H1. Long, M. A. Carlisle, Alex Single
ton. Miss Ola Wilson will act as spon
sor' for the camp anId Mliss Emma May
Carlisle as maid of honor. MI iss E'stelle
Griffet,h of Lexinlgto)n, will go with tile
Represen tillg tile .Jno. M. Ki nard(
Camp, Sons of Veterans, arc .Jno. MI.
Kinard, J1. Hf. McIntosh, A. C. JTones,
C. A. Bowman, I H. Humlet and E. A.
Carl isle, 1". N. artin.
Th'iey leave this afternoon via tile C.,
N. & L. and A tlantie Coast Line. We
wvish thenm a lelasanlt trip amnd regret,
that, we can not go with thlem.
Send( your~ 5(di.ress to HI. E. biek lenm
& Coi., Ch icag~o, and etl ati. free' sarmp le
biox of D)r. Kmlg's Now Life Pills. A
I riaml will contvinace youl of their mier!Ils.
Tlhese phii 31are easy in aion and1113( are
par.lticu)lairly effecti ve inl thle cure of
Constipation and Sick HIaeaace. For
Malaria and( Liver tro,ules they have
been~ proved- in valuabtle. Thley arc
guaranlteedl to bes perfectly free fromn
every deleerlouc subtstaince and1( to lbe
puirely vegetable. 'IThey do not weaiken
biy their aiction, but by giving tono3 to
stomrachi and ho(welIsi greatlyV ivigoral e
thesystemi. Rt'gular HIze~ 2~>*. per b,ox.
Hold1 by Rolbert-son & GIilder andt \V. E'.
Leaveil & Spears offer thleir entire
line of Furniture, &c., at actual cosdt for
DO YOUJ LiKE GOOD COFFEE
If so, buy tile "Blu11 Ribbon"
brand. This is an excellent brand
of Moca and( Java, and will go twvice
as far as9 chleap coffee.
If you wvill only try this brand you
wvili quit usRing cheap and poor coffee.
In it you will find1 both quality and
economy. Sold by
S. B. JONES, Solo Agent.
Leaveli & Speers offer their entire
line of Furnit ure, &c., at actual cost for
cash. f&t im
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE NXWH OF A LIVE AND 19RO.
I8Peolal Corresponetino tierald and Nr-ws
Owing to my absence for a part of the
week in Groonvillo I did not report the
removal from our town of Capt. J. P.
Gilson. He has moved with his family
to Columbia and will iako that his
headquarters in the future. We are
loath to give up such citizons, but then
our loss is Columbia's gain.
During the thnnder storm on Sunday
evening lightniing st.ruck the barn and
stables of Mr. T. L. Whelerand killed
one of his best mulos, and strango to
say did not set his barn or fire.
Mrs. Iliza Shoppard and son of Black
VIle are Oin a visit to relatives inl tOWn1
and will spend some time in the up
Prof. N. E. Aull took the 8th class up
to Newberry on Tuesday evening and
showed them the secrets of the powor
house and the mighty work of electric
icy. The class that was so fortunate
consists of the following girls and boys:
Annie Belle Wise. Grace Kirkpatrick,
Erin Kohn. Ieay Pellers, Ilva Lester,
Georgie Schiumipet, Gary Kirkpiatrick
and Augustus Young. They also par
took of the celebratV!d artesian witter
and are high Ina thei praise of the
kindness and courto.y of the manager
and the water works people.
lr. Ambrose Shirey of Lexington
County was taken suddenly sick last
Tuesday and died on ''hursday. Ie
had nut been sick before and vo one ex
peted that Iis sikness would terni
Our former townsman, Forrest, 1.
Kibler, who is a member of the Atlanta
Grays, has been ordered to joini his comn
panly that has been ordered ont-they
will take the field at once a all Geo.
giat's mli1tilt itt s bevi ordered out.. Th is
begins to look lilke war sure enough,
and when our friends and aequitintaces
begin to move it, looks like time for
"iKay' and TChip,- to begin to ituint
Say "Chips" haven't, you got sme
good swaIMs oveI there On Cannon's
Creek, if you have I want, you to pre
empt, one for you and ie. You ineed
not tell anly olle thitt, yiu have mandt., the
selection, but be sure to get there first
and we can lix u) all other differences
A Choral Union has been organized
In town and will Ineet at a Grace li-el
on to-night,. The unition will wemt, al
ternately in tie di'ffent, ehlurebles of
the town. The object of thel union is
to Improve its members in voC.il muisic
and voice culture.
Quice a heavy thunder storm passed
over town vebterdav evenig ind did
much damage by waiing.
War, war, war, i- all the talk now
and it keeps growitig, anil froiml the way
that it was reported oiie tilme it looked
like the war would be over before some
of our valiant sol(icrs could get to i,lhe
front., but there seems to be a itul at.
the present time, and they may all be
accommodated yet. As for me, I don't
want.any war In mine. Those folks who
think it, will only last, till breakfast, are
going to have a long l timo to wait, for
theit breakfast. See if they don't.
Owing to the rain there is a large
crowd in town to-daty.
A nnie HelIle, the litt.le 3 year- old girli
of Mr. Luther Chiapmnnu, was layintg
near the lire when her drtess eaught . ott
fire, and before it, could b) putt (out, she
was severely burned on the back. She~
Is painfully bitt niot thought seriously
Th7ie ipoem p)rinitedi below is th1'e joit,t
produlet, of the A t,tiit,a ('onstitut,ion
aiid the Mtiinneaplol is .Journal and( very
foircibly sets forth the sitiuat,ioni at, t,he
pre'sen t, tiiime antid voices the sen time nt,
of bt,h sectionts. Ther'e is no North
nor no Sout,h ntow. we aire all Ametri
A SOUIJlCI EN Vi l.UN''TI-R1.
Yes, sit', I fought w%ithi Stonewall,
Anid faced the light with Lee
But if th Is hiere union voc- to) watr,
Make one0 miore guni rot-rite!
I didn't, shrinik frocm Shterman~i
As he gallop)ed to the sea:
Bitt if Lthis her-e union goes to war,
MIake one0 mtore gitni for me!
I was with 'em at, Matnassas
Theb bully boy3s in gray;3'
I hteard the t,bun idetrers roar11ini'
RotPiund Stonewall .1 acksoni's way.
And maniy ia tiie this swordl of tiinii
Ilns blazed the t'oute foi' Leae:
But i f th is (old ntationt goes to wm'
Make (one more11 sword' fori iiw,!
KNi' half sio full o' fun,
As I was1t b)ack ini thte sixties
WVhent I shoiuh!e~Ared myt obl( gutn:
it matiy hte thai tmy ha iriI i wit ie
Si-li thtinigs, you k now, inuist he
But if this ol union's in fori wvar,
Ma ike onie mor)te gutin foi- m-!
I ha i't forgot miy raisini'
Noe- htow, in sixtyv-two'i
I Charged!a the boys ini blue:
And I say I foitght, wit,h Sltonewaill,
And bhid the waly wiiith ,ee:
But, if this ol uniont's ini fior war,'
MIakce one mor)le gun for mie!
- -A tlant.a Contst,itutiont.
iI.S NORT')IItI.tHN 01 l l Ill:R.
JTust make it two, ildi felIlow:;
I wait,t to stainl onice l1unO
IBeneath It haI old lhtg wii It yout,
As in th (lays oif yi)re
Oui' fathbers st.ood toget.her
A nd fought, on landt ani sea
A nat ti of the free.
I whipped you1 downi ait Vicksbulrg,
Youi lieked me at Hull Hiun:
On mtany a IIleld we struiggled,
Yo itu woi-c the gra oi'(f Souitla nd,
I w(tre the Notrhlen bute;
Like men1 we! dlid our duity'
W hen seceainig hullet,s fliew.
F'outt years we fought like devo,s,
Bitt wheti thme war wa., doniie
Ad itlowii wvhen dange liitI b-eniens,
No Northi, no( -South , we k now,
Onee mNore wve stt,and togethter
'To light the conmmoin foe.
MIy htead. like your1s, 1is frosty -
Ohul age is ('crepinig on:
Life's stun is lower' siink iiy,
My daiy will sf101 be0 gone,
But if our cout tty-'s hionor
Needs once tagaini bet' son1,
I'in r-eady, too ol fellow-*
So get, another- gun.
Iuch man ChapoP and Union Academy Chips
The fruit, orop Is not all killed.
Wheat and oats are not injured from
A few warm, sunshine days have renl
ovatod vogotation and everything Is
beginning to p,t on better appearance.
(orn1 that was planted about the last
of March will not make a very good
Cotton planting on a boom this
The editor of The Herald and News
gives some very valuable advice to the
farmers in the way of raising moro
home supplies. I tell you, brother
farmers, in the face of a war, which we
know tt how long it will last, It be
hooves us to raise everything we can to
T'he lrospects for a grain crop are
See here, Kay, let's go Into the spee
Ilati-ng business. I know a plia if we
can get to working alright we can make
millions. There Is a cortain class of
people if we can manage to buy up for
their actual value and then sell thorm
for what they think they are worth, it
won't, be long before we will bea mighty
power in the land.
We would have liked vory much to
Atenld cotmmunion services at Colony
last Sunday, but our surroundings at
home would not submit. We learn
that the 'onlgregation was largo and
1,ho sermon one of the best. There
wero four admissions to the cherch hy
. Whenever we fall to give the news
four suirtolrolnding comiwinity it is
Aither fri'lin the fact that we have not,
NoII I nito lossessionl of Ii or that It has
slipped (-- inemory at the time we go
I.) w rite. A not.her easO of house break
ior i h 3 day time ocemurred in our
6etion thi't wo should have montioned
in olt, last letter. Ott Saturdiay even
intg, the 2nd Inst.. while Mliss Iliannth
(rilin was absent from home Somlle
thief went, to 1r house, prized opetn
llte n iidow ail itntereil in, taking a
Jaitr of Sho(s and a pa Ir of pants which
belonged to hutr sol, so votime soa1p and
a pockel, hantikercliof or two, then
went. out attd fastened the window
[thout, ts lie t found it. On Tuesdlay
following a searoh warrant, was taken
out t, befor Jt dge ('mitingham and about
SOet or eight ting'o h'ouses were
seartld. but, it otly resulted int a til
ure to (it (I tite stolen goods.
Kay, don't, you think that it is get
ting time for sotime of our expected can
(1itO tos to begin to hang their hats on
the rack? Al not, a soul has mado
public mention of the fact, except, our
old friend Clodhopper. He says that
hte ann111olinces himself as a cantdidato
for County.V Superitttentdent of Educa
t.iot, Itid rI-omikes if elected to leILSO
everybody, and especially old 1Mrs.
Clodhopper. Now with his consent I
will tligs-ebt that lie ctalrry out the hit
t palrt, of his promise, ttul 1 will put
before thIe voters of Newberry County
the timttke of the Honl. ''hos. W. Keitt,
as a suitable caldidat-e for Coun un
pertintttndet, of E'd ucatlon. Mr. I('oltt
hats setrvedl thle people in th Is capacit,y
before, and 1h( ttatde uts otne atmotng the
hest school comm itissioners that New
hterry C'onty ha its ever had. He needs
nto wordls oif commitiend(ationi In this re
.spect., andim it tay be retmt et'eed that
t,h is callI is ntot otnly tade from th soen
timenett of Citips, hut, you can hear' It
( >mie frotm tall parts of the cotuty. We
hope that, Mr'. Kelt,I will consetnt to
TIhte lihIcl only3 spealks of seven won
ders of the wotrld. We would niot, dare
to deny otr d isputte anythming that is con
tainedl in tihe I loly Word of God,.t
1-Ihe whIo' e wor'ld is cotmposed of woni
dcirs. VTe hutman mnind Is full of won
dlets, atnd it tmak es tnodii ffercei wheth
er' we hav war ~'t 01' ipeno the people1
have go t t.o ha ve e!ot.h ittg, atnd one of
thec biggest wotndetrs of thte wotrld is
whor et n ci t hey.'~ buy thetm the ebenc pest..
Now whelin we tell yout that, (. M . .Ja
ti 04onhi bus tioced the biottomtt out, oif
hiigh pr'ices (on cloat intg we Iknow w here
Of we speaIk. Whent 'i .lami1 esoni ad ver
tisec cheapiLI goods th le meansti jutst e'xntit
ly what lie says. it tmay talso be re'
tmetmbetredl thtat Jamiesotn is tnot only
he' pintg the people by3 selling thetm
g~oodsl at atti redcedi prtice, but, till f its
form'ters who sold 4ottott at, Newhorry
ilast, fall r'etmemblertha when1 ivthe tre wats
.Icattiesott stepped'( to the frot otn his
own hookI and to t otnly rised the pri'ce',
but, infiused ttew life itn the whtolo
omirtket. Theiiire is tno pif itntende'd
in I this. If tanyone nteed.s a sitt of
clothes amtt fails to get, ai bartgain at
Iniiesoni's. you1 enn jus itebartge old
We.' iil have somtetinbg t) say oni the
prtohtibliin ii u(jestiont po)ssiblyV in Out'
ittxt, Ilet,ter. CuIlt>s.
Mr.. C . Thlcnis, tf Mlaryuv ille,
TFexi., itais foun td ai tw.re valuabl ie dis.
e'nvery lthai lhas *yet been't mtade ini lhe
[Choitk o. l"or g cenr FhIe sit tered uni
old itgony fromut e'ot.ump ;tliot, ac(comt
silutily to ii bvy Dr). Kic'I,'s Newc D)is
e"nvery for' 'tmsttn,tp lint, C.ttughls and
Coldh~ . iltidet,r t hat gti is oif it tle
valute itt compalrisotn with this maturvel
(tuS e'ttr ; wonti ha liive it., event if it ('ost
it hundtred dollars a bodttle. Ast.hrota,
alieet loois nre ptosit ively eniredl by Drt.
KCinm(~'s N.- -v I )iscovery for Contsumotp
11)on '" 1% bhutleIts fre, tit itobertson
& I ider's att d I'elhamon's Drutg Stores.
atled to (cure' Or p1 Iietrefundiied.
If yout wanitt hartgtinis tiow cali ont
t& f tf. 1, 5, R~Ussgi,r.
'a o Uure' a UCoi t Oine ibay.
TIako Laxative Biromno Quliin 'rab
lets. All 1)rugglsts refundi t,he mnoney
If it funls to ,.m. 2rs. r..,
hc dread of the cotton grower
:an be prevented. Trials at
Experiment Stations and the
experiencc of leading growers
prove positively that
s the only remedy.
We will be glad to send, free of charge,
nteresting and useffil pamphIcta which treat
)f the matter in detail.
GZRMAN KAL1 WORKS,
;,a %M&ar. .S.,New Ye
3ICYCLE8 I B YCLES !
All sizes and prices-from the
very best to the cheapest. I have
The Victor at $50.
There is no Bicycle that is bet
ter than the Victor. I also have
the famous Waverly, a $100
whool, for $50. Oh, yes I And
I have the Crawford at prices
from $50 to $20. Come and
look at my wheels before you
buy. I keep all- kinds of bike
I can and will do any
kind of repairs on
:: wheels on short :o:
J. W. WHITE.
Dome to See Us!
When in need of anything in the
Dry Goods, Dress Goods, White
3oods, Notions, Embroidery, Laces,
Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Jorsets, &c , and also wh'en you want
mything in Shoes, Hats, Clothing
Boys' and Childrens' Knee. Suits
Extra Kneo Pnnts, SWdrts, Collars
%nd Cuffs, Hosiery, Neckwear and
New Spring Goods !
We are offering this week a new
ot Pereales, Shirting Prints, Em.
jroidery, Ribbons,Trimmings, Shirts,
(n the Lot:
I case Sea Island 4-4 Pereales, pretty
now styles, we will sell at i* worth 10
I case Standard Shirting Prints
lo.. worth 6c.
Good 4-4 Bleaching at 5c., worth
All1 Linen Towels at 10, 15 and 25e.
Tablo Damask at 25, 35, 40 and 50o.,
Tab)le Oil Cloth at 15o. per yard.
Boys' and Childrens' Suits Clothing
it 75c., to $3.50 a suit. You can appre
elate them if youi see them.
Boys Extra Knee Pants at 25, 35, 40,
r>0 to 75c. per pair.
A nice lhne of Men's Extra Pant~s at
$1, $1 50, $2, to $3, to fit any one.
We will save you at least 10 to 25
p)er cent, on all purchases made with
us from what you would pay for same
goods at other places.
We mean everything we say. Come
to see us often. No trouble to show
Main Stret-- Newberry, . 0.
Cannon & Manes,
are agents for the
Greenville, S. C.
AINT IT A BEAUT ?
We might, ask of any man who first
aidmires the snowy whiteness and beau.
tifiul finish that we p)ut upon his dres
eor business shirt front, or' on his collars
and cuffs. We don't blame him for be
ing lproud of it-the only thing we re
gzrot is that we can't, send a.. Boswell
around with our .Johnson to hear thp
enconlims passed QIn our fine work, so
we could say that "we (done it."
Agents wanted in the surrounding
The IRumor of Weddings
Is in the air. Those who have
been so fortunate sa to have received
an invitation should shiow their ap.
preciation by sending a gift sueb~ a
Cut Giass', Fancy China or a Hand.
some Lamp. Either of these arti.
cles, they can buy very cheap at
RfOBERTSON & GILDER'S.