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.. dWBERRY LMAREET.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
M eat... ................ ... ......... 7 ( 8.
Shoulders ......................... 7o.
Best Lard ................... coo.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 50c.
Good Molasses................ 26@35o.
Cor ............................ 650.
Meal .......................... 5.(15c.
Hay......... ............... 800.
W heat Bran........................ '11.10.
Ist Patofit Flour.................. $7.00.
2nd Best Flour.................... $6.50.
Strait Flour........................ $0.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.50(q5.50.
Sugar ................. ..... ......... 41a 7o.
Hice.................................... 6O w jc.
Coffee................................ 1 OOc.
Cotton seed meal, per sack. 1.00.
Bale Hulls, per owt......... 30c.
Butter, per lh .................. 15(go20u.
*'ggs, per dozen .............. 100.
Chickens, each.................... 121@20c.
Peas, per busltI....... ......... 70c.
Corn, per bushel........... 55c.
Oats, per bushel............. 4O50.
Sweet potatoes ................ 5 00
Turkeys, per ib .................. 80.
Fodder, per owt ................. 75 am0c.
incklon's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever 'Sores, Totter, Chapped H ands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
If you want the latest styles in Hatp
go to Jamieson's. t.tf
Go to Jamieson's for Clothing; ho
can save you 10 to 20 per cent. on Cloth
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonieA when GRovE's TASTLESS CHILL
ToNIC is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Y,.ur druggist Is authorized to refund
thje money in every case where it fails
ao cure. Price, 50 cents.
The mill of Mr. J. H. bmith and ,.
Monroe Wicker was burned on Satur
day, May 14. The loss is alotit $300.
No insurvane. The fire was accidental.
The boiler and engine were not dain
aged very much and the owiners will
purchase repairs and begin work very
8100 ICoward o100.
Thie readers of this paper will be pleased to
learn that, there is at least one dreaded dis
ease that scenle has beei Fle to (411re in all
its tiges, and that l Catarrn. Ilitll's Catarri
Cure is the only positive cure known to the
iedical fraternity. Catarrh being a cousti.
tutional dlisease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hail's Catarrh Cure is takon In -
ternaily, actlig directly upon the blood and
mucous murfaces of the system, thereby de
stroylig the f6undatlon of the disease. and
giving the pattet stre gthi by building ip the
con titution antd assisting nature in Joing its
work. The proprietors have so much faith in
Its cur.tive powers, that they otor One Hun
dred Dollars for ony ease teat it fails to cure.
Mend Jor list of testimonials. Address
Sold b F. JY. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O'
by drergils. De.
aHll's Pia. ily Pillsare the best.
Our line of Boys' and Children's
Clothfug is tio best ever shown in New
berry. - Jrnieson's. t.tf
An elegant line of Straw Hats at
Jamieson's, 25 to $2.00. t.tf
KnIghts of P'hythias.
Memnbers of Newherry Lodge No '75
are reminded that tonight is the regu
Ila r meeting and a fuill attendance is de
sired. Reports from the variOu.. corn
nmit.tccs oii the entertainmnent of the
Grand Lodge will be made and the
third rank will be conferred.
Children like it., it saves their lives. We
moan One Minuto Cough Cure, the infallib'e
remedy for coughs, CoIls. crocup, bronchitis,
gri, p's and all thtroat and lung troubles. W.
Alwvays remember that Lilly Brack
ets fine Shoes for g.ent.len are the
best on the market. Janiceson's. t t.f
Gentlemen's Vice Kid Tan Oxfords,
something nice for~ summer wear at
t tf Jamlieson's.
It is reported that small pox in its
wild form exists in several parts of the
county. In the O'Neall sect,ion the
Lutheran Conference has been called
in in consequence of it. 'There were
severall oases in the~ neighborhood of
We saw a letter to Dr. J. M. Kibler
fromn a physician at Chappella stating
that there was an eruptive disease pre
valent in that section but of a very
mild type scarcely stopping the patient
fromn work. Every mnan, woman and
child in the county should be vaccinat
ed and that without fr " her delay.
At present there is not a case of
small pox in the town of Newberry.
There have only been three cases horo~
and they were promptly sent to the
pest honse and yet not mtany over~ half
our people hlave been vaccinated.
410 years' success in the South, p roves
HugheB' Tonic a grcat remned y fo'
Chills and all Malarial Fevers. Better
thian Quinine. Guaranteed, try it. A t
Druggists. 500. and $1.00 bottles. tOme
Look at our line of Oxfords $1.50
egnlal to most $2 00 Oxfords.
t, tf Jamnieson's,
signis of Sprin,g.
Convey a warning that certain a4l
mo nts, general debility, dyspepsia,
skin diseases, liver complaints, ete.,
need attention. There isn't anything
better for a blood purifier than Our
Sairsaparilla Coinpound. Nothing
seret or mysterious about it. It is
caretfully made of the best drugs, like
everything that we make, andl wo give
yo t a bigger bottle than you usually
get and charge but 75e for it.
ROBERTSON & GiLDER,
Druggists, on the corner.J
--VARIOV AN) ALL AI)UT.
The Nowberry Kindergarten wil
close on Friday 10th June.
lHon. Arthur:Kibler i6 announced ni
a candidate for re-elotion to the Legis
L. C. Speers, Esq., of Newberry, ha
opened a law oflico ou law range.
Green wood -Journal.
Mr. M. M. Earbardt, of Columbia
is spending a fow days with it brother
Mr. .1. W. Earhardt.
Mr. P. W. Higgins aniouncos him
self a candidate for re-election to th<
oileo of County Superintendent of Edu
Seo notie in another column ofratei
for the Summer term of the Neel,
Hevorls Business Collego of Spartan
Editor C. C. Langston of Andersor
and Secretary of the S-ato Press As.
sociation was in the city last Frida
The U. S. Photo Co. will be in Pros
perity Thursday, Friday and Saturda3
of this week for the pirpose of taking
Rev. S. A. Nettles was a delegate tc
the Grand Lodge last week. He haE
many friend- in Newberry who wer(
glad to see him again.
The place to buy your- fancy choco
lates and other fancy candies is at th(
J. K. Gilder Book Store. Mr. Mayei
or Mr. Fant will take pleasure in serv
Mrs. L. N. Rodger, accompanied b3
her sister Miss Laura Blease, has gonc
to Newberry on a visit to relatives,
v hope the trip will help her health.
Hon. G. Duncan Bellinger candidatc
for Attorney General was in the cit3
last week. le is a fine follow and wc
would be glad to support him if we did
not havei a candidate in the field frotm1
Mr. 11. C. Bardin, of the Newberiry,
handled the large crowd ie had last
week in an excellent style and to thc
entire satisfaction of the guests. Thecy
were all high in praise of the treat
Among the delegates to the Grand
Lodge last week was Gen. M. L. lion
ham of Anderson. en. Bonham at
one timo lived in Newberry and iaE
many friends here who are always glad
to see hi.
President Geo. I Cromer left yes
terday for Cokesbury where thUis
morning ie will deliver an address be
fore the Cokesbury Conference School,
He will give them something worth
The lad les who furnished the, IC. of P,
banquet, onl Saturday sent a box ol
good things to the boys in camp. Some
one stole several turkeys and cakes
front the opera house or a larger box
might, have been sent.
Don't get excited over the war, ot
too enthused over the war news aid
forget to drop in a.nd examine Jamie
son's line of shoes and clothing. Hie
has several stratling bulletins in thi
paper that are.cye-opcncrs. His stckl
is compilltO and a l ittle money wvilil it
y'ou out, in handsome style.
The Ceoneogr'aph Co. will lbe in New
berry sootn. They will give an cnter
Ltanttttt in the Opera [Honse(, shtowing~
scenes of naval hatt,les, the destructior
of tihe ''Maine" and many others.
Thliis will be a first ehiss ent.ortainmeni
and it will have no objetionable fea
Lures. D)on't, fail to see tile Ceneograp
The Graded School will close on 10tl
Juno. T[he past session hasi been ot
of thte most successful tand harmoniom
ini the history of the school. Evcz'y
thing has moved along smoothly ani
goodl work has been done. T1he boars
wvould do well to re-elect the present
superi ntendecn t anid teauchers. Ther<
willl lbe one new teacher to elect.
Our fire laddies lhad their now re
onut F'ridany afternoon and made thoul
first race, connections and alt, over
rough and muddy track, in 23 seconds
They are it a f'air way now for tin
championiship of t he State. T1hose wh4
have signed the list of contributioni
will oblige the firemen b)y paying ui
when the list is presented, as the flr.s
p)aymnent, on the roeel is duo and has t<
be paid. H-Iel lp-andl( keep) your eyes oi
In publishing thte roll of the New
berry Company one name was omit,ted
We desire now to add that name to tha
honor roll. The name of Trhomas Ii
H-ughey should have been in tbe list
H-e is a clerk antd comes from Peak~
The fault was not ours for we p)ublishte
the roll as weo found it in the State
We are glad to make I his statomn
and commend Mr. Hiughey for his gooe
jud(gmnent, int joining the Nowher,
R1ev. J1. D. Hlowles wvho is now scry~
ing; the Ilothlehom (Lutberan) patstc
rate in tis count.y has resigned, ii
resignationi to take etfect in October
Hie wvill retire from the active work (
the mlintistry andt locate at Coronaca 1:
Croon wood Commntty. 1HT has beotn
fait,hful piroacheor and worker for man,
years and has earned the rest ho prc
poses to take. Hie will be succeeded i
the Bethtlhem panstorate iby Roev. .1
Long a young amnd promisinig ministe
of the WVord and a recent graduatec
Lha Seminary at, Nowborry.
Look! A Rtt In Titme
Saves nune. Hughes' Tonic (new inr
ptroved, L,ast-e pleasant,) takent ini earl
Spr-ing and Fall prevents Chills, them
guo and Malarial Fevers. Acets on t,h
liver. tones upl the syst,em. Bet.ter tha
q uininte. Guaranteed, try it. A
druggitt. rOc. andi 21. bottliae. t
TE hcR ND LODO R. OF P'.
A'.PICant Convention-Elfgant*13an.quot -
Everything;Passes Off Deilghtfully.
The grand.lodgo Knights of Pythias
Domain of South Carolina concluded a
- most -delightful session at Newberry
on Friday night.
Tihe attendance this year was very
good, the roll call showing about 150
delegates prosent besides a number of
other Knights who'wero not members
of the Grand Lodge. It was an intelli
gent body of men from all parts of the
Stato and representing all professions.
The sessions were marked by harmony
and good feeling and from what we
could hear all the members were pleased
with their reception and entertainment
by the Knights and citizens of New
The routine work would not be of in
tn*est to the general reader. The fol
lowing will cover about all that is of
Several petitions were sent up, most
of which were asking permission for
chango for time of meeting from week
ly to semi-monthly. Tho report of the
grand chancellor was read.
A telegram from Supreme Chancel- (
lor Philip T. Colgrove, who is now in t
Michigan, stating that he would be un
able to attend this session regardless of
the proposit,ilon of the Grand Lodge
made last year, by which the sessions t
were to be adjourned from day to day
until the 19th, in order that he might
A telegram from the grand keeper i
of records and seals of. Indiana, invit- I
ing tho knights of this domain to visit
Indianapolis during the session of the 1
Supreme Lodge, % as received with i
The report of the committee on stato
of the Order wats madt by Chairman
Wilson G. Harvey, .1r., and was an ex- I
cellent one. ipon motion it. was re
ceived and ordered lurned over to the
coiminittee for distribition.
Several amlendments to the Grand
Lodge constitution were o1fered, whih l
wvill have to go over to next. meeting.
The graand chanmellor's report, shows 1
three new lodges insit.utevd, Codopha,
No 97, Ifyman; Ehrhardt, No 98, Ehr
hardt's; Eutaw, No 99, Eutaw.li-1.
The number of members in this do- t
main on December 31 was 4,782. The
cash on hand in G. M. of E,. amounts to 1
In the I,ndowment, Rank (insurance) t
there aro 1,585 members, with 67 see- t
tions and $3,457,500 endowment.
There was paid to benellciaries in
South Carolina in 1897 the aggregate
sum of $36,000.
The election of officers was held and
resulted as follows: Past grand chaneel- I
lor, D. C. Hey ward, Waltorboro; geami i
chancellor, Wm. Goldsmith, Jr., G reen- c
ville; grand vice chancellor, G. A. I
Neiffer, Abbeville; grand prelate, M.
1. Woodward, Ailken; grand keeper of i
records and seal, D. J. Auld, Sumter; I
grand master of exchequer, C. H. 1
Bergman, Charlestont grand master at,
arms, A. S. Osborne, Ninety-Six;grand
inner guard, C. I'. Fetner. Columbia;
grand outer guard, .J. Q. AleManums,
These (ofllcers were duly installed,
after which the following Grand I.odge
committees were appointed by thje
grand ebaneellor: Gog '
Committee on judiciary;GereF
Vron Kolnitz, M. L. Ilonham, Paul
Ways and means: George Hi. McKee,
F. Demars, WV. 0. Wilson, 'T. HI. Ren
nile, GA. W. Pratt.
State of the Order: Wilson G. iIar
vey, Jr., GI. A. Neulfer, James t3. Mlar
Credentials: Montague Telest, A. 10.
Boozer', George T. Schorb.
Print,ing: Wmn. Goldsmith, JIr., D). J.
Auld, .L. K. Anderson.
G randl tribune, ive-year term, C. P. t
TIhe Grand Lodge, after completing
the business, adjourned to meet at
Florence next May.t
Columbia D)ivision, No -1, Uniform
Rlank, Knright.s of Pythmia~s, under com-i
nmandl of Sir Knight Captain R. C.
Wrnight, with t,wcnty men, came overj
from Columnbia Fridany.
TIhe uniform rank from Columbia
gave' two drills on f,he square, one ini
the morning and one in the afternoon. E
'Tbc onec in the afternoon was witness
ed by a large crowd inclutding a num
ber of ladies and was greatly enjoyed.1
Th'le banquet was served b~y the la
dies of the Methodist church and was
spr'ead in the opera house. A floor
was placed over the p)it and seats were
,provided for at least 300o guests. Woe
.hate attended a good many banquets
, ut~ we do not believe we over saw a
I prettier or a better arranged banquet
.than was this one, especially wvhen we
consider the large number that was to
I be provided for. 'rho ladies deserve
great credit for the exeenilent manner
in which it was gotten upl andi servedi.
Th'le electric lights were covered wyith
the different colors of t.he order and
the chandelier in the centre was
decorated wvith the badge of the order
in the three colors and "IF. C. Ii." upon
it In fact everything was arranged
with the most excellent, caste. As to
the bill of fare it, contained everything
that any one could desire and t.here
was an abundance of it. To add to the
b)eauty of the scene the supper was
.served b)y a dozen or more p)retty girls.
In fact while we have always known
that Nowberry was noted for her p)rot
ty girls we were inore than delighted
to see such an array of beauty and1
loveliness as was to be sceen on Frniday
night darting hero and there and wait
V ing umponi the. wants of the guests.
Again we say all honor and p.'iise to
a the ladies for the dlelightful banquet
t jwhich they served.
I Thie toaists were proposed and re
tponded to in the'ollowing order:
Chancellor Commander W. 11. Hunt
>f Newberry Lodge presided.ind*,-made
6 happy speech of greeting-to the visit
ng Knights and proposed the 1Irut
Tile Supreme Lodge: "The Icnd of
M.Isdom is Consultation and Delibera
,ion." It was responded to by Col. C.
The second toast, was proposed by
ienator Geo. 8. Mower. The1-iPress:
'The Greatest Teacher of the Age,'.May
t ever- be Foremost in Advocating the
Irotherhood of Man and the Uplifting
if the Race." Responlded to by Col.
M. Knight, of Sumtor.
Tihe next toast, wits proposed by E..f.
Wil. Oir Sister Orders: "Good, the
ioro Communicated. the More Abund
it, Grows." Responded to by Past
rand Chancellor D. C. l1eyward, of
Tihe uext toast was proposed by Geo.
3. Cromer. The Knight of Pythias:
'Loyal to 1rinciple, to 'Family, to
Prietinds and 'to Country." Responded
o by Hon. Geo. F. Von Kolnitz, of
The next toast, was proposed by Col.
sco. Johnstone. The State of eout,h
harol1na: "South Carolina Stands Upon
he Tlhreshhold of a new Era, and We
'rust in God, a Yet Superior Pro
rcss." Responded to by Hion. W. If.
'homas, of Charleston.
Dr. 0. 13. Mayer proposed the next,
ast. Woman: "larth's Noblest
1hing, a Wonan Perfected." Re
poided to,by (el. M. L. ionham, of
1-on. G. Duncan Hellingor Who caime
1i after the regular toasts had been
repared and printed vas prosmnt at
he banquet, and very properly Dr. W.
1. Houscal aroso and proposed the
Jnited States of America: "'A Fierce
piritl, Swelling for Freedon wias Bur-n
ng in Every Heart.,'' and called upoin
Ir. Dellinger to Iespond, which 16
Tle last, toast was proposed by Mr.
diard Scholtz. 'I lie Grund Lodge of
iouth Carolina: "'ver Watchiful of the
nterest of the Order and True to its
'inciples." Responded to by Hon.
Viim. L. Mauldin, of Greenville.
This wound i) it verV pleasant even
ng and a most delightful bitinquiet.
Through the kindness of the Colum
4it, Newherry and Laurens railroad
,nd the Southern Railway, all the
tClegates desirinjg to d1o so were Ien
,bled to return to their homes oi Fri
lay night. IJotLI roads had special
rains he'e that left for Columbia a l1t
le after 12 o'clock and most of the
ilegates from that iart of the State
eft on these trai r s.
The Grand l,rL0odge passeI res8olutioIs
>f thanks to Mayor H1. 1H. Evans and
he citizens of .Newberriy for the hospi
ality received while in the city.
We nre glad the Nights camIe to
cW'oAri'y and hope they may come
The oflicers ad members of the
'rosperity Rilles (organized and com
nissioned May 10th, 1894,) are re
[uested to meet at the school building
n Prosperity on Saturday next, May
8th, 1898, at 4I o'clock p. im., to decide
vbether the company shall be revived
tnd enlist under the next call for vol
mnteers by the President of the United
'tates. By order of
1). H. WITH1In-H1POON, Captain.
M. 11. Boozil, Orderly SeRIg't.
ttAcoveredt by ai W~omni,.
Another great, discovery has breen
ntado, and Itat too, by a larly in this
~oun try. "Disease fastened its clu:ehes
ip)en her anid for seveti years she with
tood1 its severe~st tests, but her vital
irgains were undi(erinied and dleath
ermed inoii tlnen t. For three months
he coughed Iiicessa nt ly, andI could not
leep. She finaily discovered a way to
eovery, by puirchasinig of us a bot tie
ft Dr. King's New DIscovery for Con
umption, and wais so ioieih relieved
ntakIng f1irst dose. that, she slept all
tight; and with two bot(les has been
btsolutely cured. THer namie is Mrs.
unther Lutz. Thus wrtes WV. C. Han
tick & Co., of Shelby1, N. C. TrIal
tottlcq free at Robertson & Gilder's
intd Pelhati's D)rug Stort'.
Rteguini' size 50e, andi 1.00. Every htot
Whereas, T1he Ne wberry Guar'ds was
lhe 2nd company ini Southt Carolina to
me must,ered into the United States
cirvice, becoming thereby (Comtpany B,
n the 11irst Sou th (Caroli nia Hegimient
>f Voluniteers, of which we are, aind
ustly should he(, prioud(l; and,
WVhereas, Weo desire. to express our
fratitudle to those tvho htavc taken so
nuch interest, it us and have rendt(ered
us mneh assistanoe it presenting our
elves wort,by of the comlimients we
invc received; t he refore, be it resolved
)y this compainy:
1. T1hat tihe thanks of this C'omupany
)e, and are herieby', tendered Clols. Cole.
~. lease, 10. I1. Anll antd A. C. .Jones,
[-oi. Geo. S. Mower, MaLyor 1H. Ii.
'vane, Messrs. M. f. Spearm'ian, Hi. (.
3iardin, WV. HI. Hunoter, L. \V. Floyd
tnd others tot' the assistance they have
2. T1hat, w.e specially thank Col. A. C.
fones for the flagstati given the comi
:. That we hereby present our es
ceimed cominradles, Re v. Geo. A. WV righ t,
'haplain; Sergeant, Thomas HI. Pope,
secondl Sergeant 0. G. .1 ones, Thii rd
3er'geant ID. I". Mower, Corporal .Jamnes
i Renwickt and D)rummier WV. ;. H-un
er' with ourI iregards. and( thtan k them
or t.he assistance and eaneouragemnent,
hey hav'e giveni us.
H. J1. I"UTLLIct,
WV. W,. l"Attiu>w,
.CommIttee for' Co. 11.
Unan imously ad(op)tedl by the comn
>anly. WV. S. i.ANoi'IiitD,
C'apt ain (Co. 11.
(1. F". WVI:.\RN, Ser geat Co. If.
Thie iRumocr of WVedduingR
Is in tho nir'. Thos0e( whot havo
>oton so fortunate as to htavo received
in invitation should showv their ap
ii'ociat ion bly sendintg a gift stuch a
Jut (lars, Fancy Chinta or a lland
omo Lamp. Eit' of tntoao arti.
lIeR, they can buy vet'y cheap atL
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S.
Tihe Far"mel DcItd to liva Oito In Now.
berry-Itte ml I'lacie to lie
We havo ment11ioned s'everal Himles
thatt the Clemson College au1thtlorities
wotuld hold a larmrs' istitute in the
county during the stuiner.
Il accordaiec with the call of Mr.
R. T. C. IHunter, a mecting was held inl
the coirt iollso onl Satuday to efleet U
po'lmlat,ilt organization of a iatiers'
County Institlte. anld to t.ak into con
Sideration the holdingo of anl instituto
(Itring the stinme r. "The attendanve
wits not as larg as it. should have be1en,
still itue o-ganizativn wats.tgoe iito.
Mr. It. T. C. Hunter sttted the oh
jeet of the neetinlgl and read the phatn
for forming county elubs ts published
list week lit Tit lieraihl and News.
On motion of Mr. H. iB. Leitzsey Mr.
It. T. C. Ilintor was madc presiIeit..
E. 1. Aull was elected secretavy.
These officers were madc the perma
noit, onileors of the contit.y vinhi.
Mr. IHunter stated inl licepting the
oilce that his liea't was it the work
tind his ambition wats to soe the farm
ers iidepundeit. fiel if tlie faviners a'e
to do anything they have got to seek
information and ehangc their methodh,
of farming. Ally one can mn11ce cotton
who call plallt the seed aid keep the
grass olit of it, but we mu11ist make a
change, and ilnte01,ad of ratising nothin.g
bUt, Cotton We luit tiikIe tCottoll oIl
surphis krop. hIlo pur-pose of the or
ganization we arte fow formiing aId4 the
instiLlat wo expoct to hold is to give its
inforiation n111 hlp pu.s in po-ition
to become indepndent.
On im11on of E. !!. .gshre the
appoinitiet io tilt on xCv ive( .011 it iee
of five was teoerel to th r n'esioien
and the mlilatter (if tixinlg date (if insti i
tuto anId the phwv'o and Ht.h mlakilur of
tie oxecu11Vti Cn11111i tt.
Onl motiol rE . 1. T. t'. 1n1t.tr was
mllade one of the oxecilt ive omilmit tee.
The meletinig thenl adjonilnd.
Tio folloWinlg i the flx i I icm
It. 'TP. C. liunter. ebar110an: .I. N.
dohnstone, Newerry: 1. .\M. Smit h, Ii
nard: )I. Wiv. E. I,ike. .1 ulin: tr. \\.'
The commit.ee is re(jlnetdil te4 mtet,
It Ne w berry oi Satn'dty, .J ule .1i h. A
full attetndatieo is de ired,a1,; it is ex
eCtd then to lix j1.eV'e ;i4 exa.vt timi
of the Coutyil- int t !.
Let, oeh Ilember fake this publi.t
tion ats ollIvial n1olle! of his appminlt
ment and also notive or the meet in
oil .litle 41th. If it is desired t li mirt
ing may h-, held inl Thio Ii hr.l and
Yellow lait nilII ('ti lurel.
81u11'ering huilmity shmubd hiv stip,
piled witit every meais pos-sible for its
relief. It is with leasuri t %. istwb ith
lie following: "This is to ertify t iitit.
I wits a terrible sullle-(l 1*1e ) it Yellow
Jaunldiee for ovt six ilnlt hs, and was
treated by smei of the b- st, pylilans
in oilr city and to no avi. lir). ivil,
e ir d r crugcI 1111 m&n--ul El. e r. i
liter;l nd afItr takinglet wo' botl:, I
wat et rels y ioet'ed.1 hIS take ilte.t
pe~leasure ini recommend11.) ing VIe ito any
peron sufilorin g wa romi e tit tibhi
malady.euc i liam gatlefuls.u
M. .51w Hogty,O'tl Ixinegton 111iiv.
tioildy M loh JuetoS li)it iiera d', li.
ofMr E.. Ma wUS 110e iiiis ''il Ittrn
bs,ani Corn anie~~l' Uhe 1A14 riVtl .
On adritday nt he iitherii Sainni
Every thin wasti doneo toSti1 iae iIt, but
abont, all(1that ws gts ad ere. he nues
tt a tiier in t,b sta alet tVt i
iItws w ups h lns n ot
bu1il arn (If thie cSilofuty I ws iputi
-pliy (r. JaSlllco Sebumpertt when hIe
oflibarng i\t as. li lway hd t h teIt
best, 10 and li was (himse a' ie workm.
It aIs on O(to tho hiing Mr.ei it-l
thiewsI facttd ,i abou.00tbuhe iltf cor wa
ltof liCought food,14 abtei' huhlso
pes fa'id aliluhis 0eas ndtoo1.i
jut managd wil stated1i' to saveIli hois
poicyOlf. iuranc ofSiu th
MIN noTRentooe theIBL loss.
It is suppose t iohveu bein wt on't
fire, fu fac tha,i bt. thiei . onl way
to acoun, fo thelire
If your thoughts -
pied with the America
the destination of Sar
Squadron, turn your mii
Jos. T. Hutc
You gain a victor
every purchase that yc
Below we give a list
prices-lower down that
1H pounds of, G ranluulated Su
Fresh linw of' plainl and 1n111(t.
.ellies, assorted flavors, 25c,
Flour, Meal, Lard
You will finld'at. the lowvest 1:
14-rlni Starch at b), p(
Ik'sWt Kvg kSoda at : pei I
1"Alld M-1n11, 511, worth 10k..
b ., "1 15 .
" t g,s, " 15 v.
No. 3 Sy r p 5.nehs, (, 2.
Okra atid Thim-toes, It ot.
' I', I I I i A, .I " It .
IuIr t InlIs a re sh,ric tly (%asli1
CM11114 p.1 . iu v' mu '-i
t'a varlyv :tl oiten.,
Jm T. 11U-TC1
Cannon & Mayes'l
re agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
ti ful uibh that, we pt upo h0is dre.ssli'5
ori b ss hi rtil'35iliII front., or o is collar's110
Iing~ prod of it,-th 13(oily thing we r(e
grt is l t.ht~ we (enni't, si't I nos well
enim paTdhnoins ok,s
Ther are lts oif thlings, in)
a *J'd '' IWol I ')rU' Ilit (01't
Lots' of siull ar isltitc artiles
suital)lP\e itE8) :11 (Xs I'resents
'l10 oll ('W11 I )0Ver th!)
1f \ililes JO' s'a thl.
W eil he a13:l huiful. line of41'
arit n t.J3iurlistock'X and bu
tre not too much occu
n victory of Manila or
pson and the Atlantic
id to the squadron now
hisoq & Co.
y over high prices on
u make at our store.
>f our goods and low
i the Spaniards:
,ar for $1 00.
Candies at 4c and upwards.
*cal worth, loc.
Lye and Blueing
Itoaded Cofle" it 5e per pound.
bimi biand oio at 10o per pounid.
Arh braiin coffee at 12 per pound.
Bett. Matches, 2.400 for 10c; try them.
lnrnwr'N .1o', a good Tobaceo, 1.5 per
potitill, wolt-1 00 .
Extra tivtw lemoijH at T5e per dozeti.
lin are ati faictory prices.
ll 1Thread sold by ot hers t. 20o per
(1111,Hut 10 balls4 forn .
Shirit, 12o, Worth 2;30.
leans, 341, Homlethingf cool.
I''ine SmspenderH, Se, worth 25v.
h'iwe'ii, 3o eachl and upwatrdIm.
tiose friot 3o to 21c per pair.
Bedroom HtAs, ducorated, wot th $2.00,
(1ur1 privce I..10
so thIt we 0111 Imak tho dis
BICYCLES I BICYCLES I
All tiizes and prieeg-from the
very bes1t, to t ho cheapest. I have
The Victor at $50.
Thereit is no 11icyc le thtt is bet
(er thant theo Vict.or. I al1so have
lhe rumllous Waiverly, a $t1001
wheel, for $a0. Oh, yesI ! And
1 have thie Crawvford at priceai
fromu Sat0 to $20. Come andi
look at my wheoels hofore you
-lhuy. I keep aill kinIds of hiko
I canti 'nd will (do any
id oflepairs on
: i: wheels on short :0:
J. - W. W HITE.
Come to See Us!
WhIen in need of anything in the
D)ry Goods, Diress (Goods, WVhite
(Gooids, Notionis, EmbIiroidlery, Laces,
itibbons, H andkerchiefs, Gloves,
Corst.', &.c , and1( also0 when you want
anyt hing in Shoes, Hats, Clothing
lioys' and Childr'ons' K(noo Suits,
.Extria Kniteo Pants, Shirts, Collars
aind Cuffs, Hlosiery, Nockwear and1(
New Spring Goods !
We are offoring this week a new
lot Percales., Shirtinig Prints, Em).
b)roidery, Itibbons,T'rnimings, Shirts,
In the Lot.:
I 02ase Seai 1sland1 4-4 Pereales10, pretty
ne0w 8t.yles, we will Hell aIt ii wor'th 10
I case0 Standard1( Shir thtig P rints.
-I0.. wor)lth 5r.
Goo)(d 4 - I11 4Iilchin at. 5O., wort.h
All I,in)en Tols(I at 10, 15 and( 25c.
TJalel Danmak at 25, :35, 40 (and 50c.,
Tableiiljl C1lot.h ait, 153. perP yard.
Hloys' and1(:11( Ch i' Suits Cloth ing
al, . .,l.) *:3.50 a suit.. YOu can1 a1ppre
(ilate themit if you1 see. themi.
50) to 75o. perP pai1r.
A niice li ne of Alen's luxtra P ants at
Si, $I d0, $2, to $3, to lit anuy on0.
We wi ve yIou a1OlLt. 1least,1 10 to 25
per cenIlt. Onl all purc11'hases made with
1us from whait y'ou wouldi paLy for samoi
goodsIl1 at other') places.
WVo mieanl (everythinlg we 81ay3. Come
fo see. uts often. No trouble to shiow
Main) Street - - Nowberry, S. C.
Iloys' 'Tan Shioes *1.25, $1.50 and $2.00
ait .Jlmicaon'sl. t,.tf
A lot of K(neo Suits, 50c and 'T5c., at