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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Mleat ------............. .......... 5 (qle.
Shoulders ......................... 7u.
H am s ................................. 0( 24.
Bust Lard --------....... ........... 7 k 8ko.
Best Molusses, new crop ...... 50c.
Good Molasses.................... 25@35c.
Corn ...--.------...................... 6I5c.
M cal ---.---... . . ......... ........... 600.
R ay................ .................. 7 5c.
W heat Bra a........................ $1.00.
I st P1ate nit 14louri .... ,............. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour .................... $4.50.
Strait F"lour ........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Plour ............$3.5 4.00.
S ................. ..... ........ 5 e fI6to.
R leo.................................... 6W(a)8W .
co00 ................................. 10(a20c.
Cottod ii6ed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, per owt............... :100.
lutter, per lb ..................... 15(I )20c.
Etggs, per dozen ................. IUO.
Ch ickens, each.................... 12 1(20o.
Peas, per hushol....... ,,........ 60e.
Corn, per bushl..l............... 55c.
OaMS, pM3r bush1101.................. 35(o0.
Sweet potatoes .................... 410(<150c.
Turkeys, per lb ....... 6(a 8c.
Fodder, per (wt .................(f5.
tliiken's Arinkta "'alvo.
The 1 '.A SIlVP ill the Worl( for Cuts
Bruise. Mzores, l licers, Salt 1Rheulin
p"vo Sort, Tett4r, (happed 11a11 (s
('1Mhiallis, Co us, aId all Skin 14"rup
tI an~d io~1SitiVely CeIT PhIle or n o
opl1t requia. ft is guaranteed to give
p fot 4b.4a1tio(01 or money r!'fuld-d.
Prieo 25 conis per box. For sale by
lolb-rt'.in & ib.ier and W. E. Pelham.
11uiti. id Lot For salo.
For temis aind part.iculars apply to
f&t tf )r. .1ame1C INI. Kibler.
For a good smoke call on Young &
Co , tie down town druggists.
Whoover borrowed my largo pipe
wronch plvaso return it at onco.
1t. F. A. SCHUMPElHT.
We furnish aloss or dollmstic fillsh
and will give ext,reme high gloss if
deianded. Upto-date Laundry. IL.
11,an1o for Sale.
A valuable piano for sale. For frul
partielars apply to M iss )elle Ilan,
at the resideice of Mir. .1no. M. Kinard,
Newberry, S. C.
Terms reasonable. f&t t[
Preitlaing at KIing'; creck.
Rev. J. A. 'Smith, of White Oak, S.
C., will preach at Kinlg's Creek Church
next Pridyit, Sat,urday and Sabbath,
ole sermon on rl-iday and two on Sat
ullday and two oil Sabbathl. Th'lle saer
mient, of the Lord's Suppetr will be ad
miinistered oi Sabbath.
I I. inakes n1o difference hiow hIad tho
wounad if yon use )e\Vitt's Witch Ha1tv.(l,
Salve; it, will quickly Leal and leave no
scar. Roh,rtsotl & Gilder.
Forl best goods lit lowest prics go to
.lireson's., Y'oiu will always get, your
m1oney' worth w\V10 he you tralle with
hum. t. It
Subscribe for the Delilettolr through
me-it will cost you less.
tf S. J. Wooteu.
Pa'ying Carlds at Youn1g's.
Several n ice building lots. Cheap.
:I.asy ter mns. W. D). H-IA im,
'1There wil libe an1 exhibit.ion' and pie
nle at the NIt. flothel Acadamy, on Sat
urday, May 20th. Execises will begin
p)romlptiy aIt 104. o'clock. P ubl ic in vi ted.
So-ne of I he r'esul ts of ne?glecd dys
pept' o condilitions of thc stonmach are
(Llcauc r, .onsum111ptionl, hearMit disease and11
epilepIsy. Kodol I )yspepsia ( ulre lire.
vent.s all t his by elleeting a1 quick cure'
tui all cases of dyspepsia. I tob rtsoni &
A hig 1lot of I'rints, IBrown and
Ile acho10 1 lme'sp1on1s, 1 laid s. .J Car~s
and ( ottonadtes, that we are selltin g
very che p. Jamieson. t,. it,
ipes anlil smoker's otfit at Young's.
Wana I (ldie to limnr It.
A letter~ to the Mayor fromt the Priesl
dent, of the Mlayors Association, wvhich
mteet,s hero on the 23d inlstant, tIates
that lie would like for' the cit-izens and
th ldies especCiilly" to hear P ref.
J. A. IIolmue's aid ess on that occassion
Th'lis address will be delivered at four
O'clock ini the afternoon0 of the 24th. So
everyl. :dy is invited.
'1The nobbiest. line of Straw Ilats ever
-*brong h t to New berry, at J amicson's. tlIt
Straw Hlats 25 ets. to $3.00, at Jamie
sonl's, t. It
Young & Co., hats at complete lne of
Latzel's Iine1 perfume,c eatc i xtat, h ias
1;h0 ticu ordler of L,e flower fiomi whiichi
it le taken.
Tim1 , bd.. .. Ocnts Cigar ini town at
U N. & L. Speci,sI,
Ihave made sp)ecial arrangements
wvith the C., N. & L4. Railroad, for~ the
"Veter~ans Special"' Greenvile to
Chlarleston Mlay 9) to stop at B3oyds
crossinag for the accomodaitioni of pas3
sinlgers w:hio desire to get on at that
po1 it. Tlhe It.lan will reach B3oyd.s
4Crossing aboutt 10.55 a. in. See inc If
yonu wish to get on there.
.J. I'. CIZOK.
Blo I 0) ewar iii oo,0
T1he readersi1 of this paper wVill be P):easell to)
len , 'u t ti'i here it at itast 0ne(drenteled dis-A
(4. 5*e that. i1 since' thas beo e ii to)1 cure Ciin nit
Curi 1- tue olyI posIt li cure kntown to t hie
mic111 al (atern1.y. Cat irrhi,betng a con st I.
tultlonaLl is44'MO, reqire i a const,i ult1iona
terlnally, actinog d irectly upon0i tile bi'cd andul
mucliouls surfacest', ol 4t( he systemi, there buy de.
stroyting thle filuntitton of tthe( di'i'ase,. anti
con tituiltion and aisisting nature1 In dloting Its
work 'IThe pIl opie~ti ri hiav.e HO muchel fall in 1
Its c:iur1 't. po(wers, 11hat. they offr.i Oiie 11111
dIrid 1)011larS fr, un i ase ten~ It it fallIs to (Ine .
endi4 Ilor list ofI '~ tIe tiiink. AddreIlss
F. J1. 1 ilIENJFY & CO,Toledo, O.
Soild by dri'gg.sts. 75e.
jiinl's F~i aoi.v 1'Ils iire 1the best
Tiho veterans arc oif for Charle-'eon
The Mayors' Convention Is only two
See contracts to lot. by County
The t rains yesterday were Iladed
with people going into Charleston.
Mr. Claude Garrett., of Harris
Springs, wits in the city yesterday.
Mr. R. L. Tartant went to Charles
ton yesterday to take in the reunion.
The time for the annual inspection
of the fire department has been changed.
A select party enjoyed a rest at M.
L. SpearmDan's milneral spring on Sun
Mr. G. M. Kinard, of the Observer,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Colum1
Miss Alice Mazyck left. yesterday for
Charlest.on, where she Will spend a few
Saperintendent P. J. Voss is moving
into his new residenlCe on the old laiale
Alrs. C. V. I1i"hop will leave today to
vlsict her daugliter, Mrs. W. E. Sinith,
.J. 'W. VIite & Bro., have Ohe con
tract to paint tie roof and wood work
on the college butl(jilg.
See not,ice of election of teachers for
the next seszion of the Newberry
Mrts. v. Xv. lodges has returied
from Jreinville whero she has been
lesses. .J. A. and W. H. K'ddy spent
Snday an'1 Monday at Ninety-Six with
th cir brother, .10o.
Cie-f II. C. 11un1ter wVent, to Col4um1
hia yest.elday "o take down the suspect,
he arrested on Monday.
Mris. 1. Mitle let.ompanied her
daughter, Mrs. 11ul1hius Irown who went,
to Chatrloston ye.erday.
'tief 11unt1ter arCsted a suspect on
Saturday. lhe is thotght to be an is
calped eon iet. from tle lower part of
Rev. G. A. Wright, and Mr.s. Wright
leave tomorrow to attend the Sout,hern
Baptist, Conlvention to lbe held in L.ouis
.1lones' ice wa&oit is o! its rotnd(s.
Get your tickets and save trouble and
mileilieber it is being rtil this sealson
on a strictly cash basis.
Th'le pot,at:> buslaveegu earply onl
.he I r-isi polath) crop arId are playing
ha.voc with t.heml. Pilris gireen will
kill the bugs.
The Mayor had theec negroes Ie
fore him on Monday who plead guilty
of gamblinv. They paid $8 into te
The ladi!s of Thionpson Street ciuirci
will give a strawberry festivial next
Monday evening. The place will be
annon01t1need inl l-idaiy's paIeM.
Overseer Wicker and his force were
btlSy yesterday puimlping tihe Vater from
t.he cistern. It wVill be tilled up as soon
aLs the water is pumnpedl ont,.
Drt. Jlas. K. Gilder , who has been in
New York and I lalti more for thte last
t,wo mioitths attending lecvtres on spe
eial eonurses retu ri'ed home on Sunday.
Cards a,'e out, announcing t.he mar
riage of Mi. Wanltu .i. Alilon andi Miss
Lizzie 1 .'.hle, iniI eenit chu trch, ont
t,he e ven ing of t lie 18th inst ant, at, 8..10
Sheriff ~~ lf ird hast- broughit, in an
(other negr wn~vho lots been wat.ed Itere
since last, fall. Ilis nmne is Tonm Ste
v'ens, andl was ea ugh t in 1/ xi ng ttn last
week by Shieritfi C'aighman.
R'ad the ad of the New Yor'k Ikaeket
Store antd see wha t, t hey have for y on
at, racket prices. New goods are on
the road, and will be oienil tip as fast,
as they arrive. (Call at, the racket.
T1hey''ll be glad to see yon.
Rev. G . A. WVrighItt preiached ant ex
eel lent 50ermon1 oin Sunda( nitiight, to tbhe
yotug tieni of the E lxcelsi(or I'irie (Com
pantiy at the I"iirst,I Haptist church. TJno
conigregatioin was large anid the .seriton
greatly enjoyed by itll.
J1. WV. White hits one of the nicest
atid prettiL.., hines of crockery itnd
iZlatssware ever opened utp in Newherry.
lie atlso hats bicycles and bicycle sun
(1ries. 'Catll aind exam ine his stock, for
he hals thteiim eaked low downvi.
Will l nane, colored, who has been
wanLttedI here for several weeks on the
charge of centerineg antd steatl ing front
t,he Boundary street school biui ldiing
camtei in antd wats atrrested bty P'olicemtan
l"ratnklini on l"ridany last., lie is ani al11
roundl ctrook, antd is wvan ted in several
dIi Terenit towns on similar charges.
Next Satt,urday is what, is known in
Cli ntoni as Anit versatry ' )1y. It, is the
an ni versatry otf thoe orgatn izaution f the
Prtesby,t,erhuin Suntday-seiiool at that
lact(e, and is ani oecsion)t for which the
people gatheor for mil es and miiles
around to the nituber of thousands andi
enjoy the daty. l any Newherriians al
ways attend, and1( wVill not, vary from
the cuistomt Lthi-i yeat.
MIr. Emil G ramm, Manager nand PrI
prietor of Th'le Scharitweinka Conserva
tory of New York, will be D)irector of
the School of music in the Ashievil '
Sitmimer School andl C'onservattory
dur'n fg its session ini Ju ly anid Am <ust,
of this yeart. I esides beIng atssi dd
by time leaitiing teachers of thit L famous
coniservat.ory, heo will call to bl.s id for
the A shevyill e Schlool a nunmble r of timhe
mfo:it prominen1. tart,iSts amnl i',ieilanus
of New York.
Pu'etimon ia, Ila g ri ppe, coughs, colds, -
er;oup and w hoop'ing cough- i readil ii
yield to One MIintute Cough Cure. Ije|
this reedy in timen atnd save iad(Oetori''
bill -or the undertatker's. R->btson
It ltegn m mlitiny 41n1 like Clerks ()it a
.li0 toi-ntiIoln- ite Firnot 4hit
The petitioll for the stiaturesof ti)
IllIlms who woulid closo It 11 o'clock inl
tbe aftornooni, givilng the clerks at little
t Imte fr out-door exercise and recrea
tion, Was put in circillationl the latter
part of last week and several fiiiis
have g "ono Intic tle agre en. There
is not it fitmi in) 'ie city that wonlid lose
anly thingm by tim liovemleiit., however, it
Is itniosZible to get, th consent of all
ill a iIveeient of this klld, yet, it will
be Inore general by the middle or last
of tle tilontih.
The atrennt signed is to close
their 0l1aces of 1b1usiness fron lay 8th
to Septebiflet. -. at i o'clek, il for
tills Ilierlality and kilidniess; the clerks
sIall ever feel grateful and wiRl study
more elosely than ever the busiie6s inl
terests of their e_oployers and do all in
their power both singly and collee
tively to promote their iiteresms and
make their relationi more prolitable arid
T,he followiniig ik a list of the finuls
so fan signed the agreemIienlt.
M. L. SpIWat man[11 & Co.
i. A. Fuhumpert, Agent.
Ewy 1)". Hipp.
C3l,vants & Wilbilr.
C. .1. l'urcell & CO.
Rt. Y Leavell.
A. C. ,Joties.
Miss 1CSsiO lIiseV.
S. .1. Wooten.
WN. G. Mayes.
0. I. .1amieson.
Since put-ting the abiove inl type Sole
of the l-m 11rchans inr the saime lie of
business wS tho..'n who signed iefused to
elose at (i o'clock and have knocked up
the movement. So on account, of one
or two firms all the clerks inl town will
bave to rmain in u l,h i tores.
By allowing the ateiulations inl
tie howels to reMain, thieCeniriesystet
is ))OisonedA. I)eWit's Littflu l1arIly
Risers regulate the Lvels. Try them
aid You will al.1ways usu them. Itobert
Soil & Gilder.
The greatest titne of I,adies' Oxfoi'.s
oil the mariket, at..jamitsoiis. , IL
'rhe Cry or tint Orlinim.
The sad and piliful wail of theorphiti
is heard in Inaiiy lamIS today. I
Arniait, owing to the lat.e T-o-kish
Iml Vsatre of (i hritians, t.lure are if.V
thouisanld orphans, and, owing to tho
poverty of the people, only live tlhoi
and are in "lloiies,"' under the provi
(lent care of A tmri.-an iml i;Ssioel li O-S
r iouglh the rimeans of funds sent froiii
l'',Igland i rid A mieca. 'I Ience t he aip
pal is ui'gelt to save tif-s su r1ing
t,lousandls. W Ito that do's notu feel for
the orphati? $25 will sipport, one of
t bese lit tLie onles for a yeor wit!h 'ood,
cloth1ig, slite' aid traiinl1g in one
of the oldharn homes. R1e mi ttanecs to
be iade to t,he trealsitwel of the Nation
al Armienian Rii-ef Comiiniittee, IIrown
Bros & Co., Hiankers, 59 Wall Street.,
"'Whose litt.le boy ai'e y'ou?" asked
Miss E'ly, oIf HlitIis, 'T.urkey, iin answer
ingr a knioek at the door one evening, at,
twilight. The touch ig atnswer, sweet
ly given, a fter' a sI liht lhesitat ion, the
story r'eadls, was. ''Yut.rls! ' 'omi a little
fellow about ine yeatrs old.
in aidd(it ion t.) these poor01 wifs, M iss
Ciar'a lI artn, oIf thw lIed CIros. Soceiet,
is t i'y ini to rem-i for :.t,000t orphaniiis ini
.h Ishiid (If Cuba.
AllI the l ate'st -tylIe paLt, ternis oni ha ri
and for sale by3 8. .1. Wootei. tf.
c<wney JImm lt iiieel tu;r.
The board of Counitty ( 'otnissioneris
me. in leguilai' sesioni oin Saturday and
tn'ansatetedl the fol low'i ng businie"s.
On miotioni it was deiciuded 1.o pult, a
Ilat in the river at. Ilendlerson's ferry~
and( conit.iinui the terry.
A ietit,ion wias presen'iited ask ing for
a 'bridge acrioJs Ki ng's Creek on the
lluncombi road. I 'et itionr granit,ed.
IL was ab,o deided to butild a bridge
aertoss MLl creek on th li urncombh
The ii( oar'd rigrecdto I op)enC ia i'oad
beg inin irg at TJahor Hill1's and in tersc: -
i' ' the r'oadl lerd in g froimi 'i'ospeirity to
Th'le only other buisi ness trani eactedc
was the appIr'oval (of bill s.
(Jigaris, tobtacco andit i irai'ette s at
w h olesale and retLail at.' Younrg's Dr)iug
litit tens se'rv~tiesii at it. n .
(On Sunday afteirnoin, the 0th~ uilt, a
series of inieet.ings were onenedl at the
I helena chirch, I nv. G. A. \Vright
prieatchinig thre lir'st, sermoin. Th'lis w
fol lowed at, nihit, by a i.ormion ri hin.
R ~ev. I' P'. McCl'Iintoek. Mornday anit
'5'sihty iiiht Re1 ,I v. I 'mofs. \V. 1.
SIili and A\. .l. [Howers, i'especti vely
d iscour sed , and on Thiiu rsday and51( ' li -
day iiights. I tev. Mir. Wrtight .- 'Re cv.
appeat ils for' ani acep~taLnce of (Godl's pm ,
of sal vation: 'h at, th is miost bn ritanit,
wo'(rk should no longer' .a neg lected,
b'it.t diIi gently entered uipon before it, be
troo lat., anid w? loise the alt'nit giveii
us. It. i.s to bei iregrett.ed thiat te
rmeetinrgs closed hit I'laiay nIght,.
f"or batse 'haIl g!oods andl fishing taick he
go to Young's IDriug Store.
Cotton Seed Meal!
R1 will pay youi to sco us beiforo
uyving. t.f if Sunmmnr .hJ'a.
''he Tibill sele cted.
'aptain Vo.s has selected his running
leani f-oi the iCxelsior Five Company
to eiter, the coining tournament at
Columbia and froln now on will put in
full Limtle trainig for t.Iho races. It is
t,he pi-pose of tile vintiro collipanly to
attenld the tolraniient In a body anld
blelld t.1wo o thr--,e days inl Columbia,
they will also he acecomplnied by many
citizens. Conwideriyng the fact, that, t.he
team ha:1s had searcely no practicto, they
are Iakig some liwetty n races and
6CoriIIg winning tjimle. The team as
Selected is as follow:
Illuttian-I-T. 0. Stewal.t.
Slacklkin-l1. K. Blats.
C'olplemlanl-Geo. INI. Kinlard.
I'ipemnlu--W. S. Meltonl.
Ton.'gieme-n --i-W . Reeder. and EA.
Iopellien-M. I' IllI)sby aind David
Subs: Wmlvl. Wclrts and IRvn Iollin
Anl 011d4r 1mS been pl1ace(d fOr' a neatt
mind srvwiceabl miunninig unifornm for
the teai, andill they will go to Columbia
as- Well vlipped ats anly team that will
ent(1 r:1e1on ts
Whn VOtt I e'd C loth00in1.-, 'PIiCeler
thtlioso, '.. is tho p"nco to hily.
lie (r-r-if" 1 - best. stook, and his
pvicvs are(! It wvy right. t i
vilIs for your work at ndtil deliver. it tgaill
any day you want, it,. It.
meatit or mr. F0. A. Scott.
ir. E. A. S --IL died lit, his 1:om1e in!
this City yest- morinoi ali>. t, t .30
o'clock. at the v :e of 71 ye'l.s. 1i II d
1beel in had hol1th for sever-al weeks
alnId his (leath wis not uimexpected.
MI. Scott I-. born11 il Ivelald and
bro%it,hI. to this vouint-lry by hisbrhr
and edutcaled at. till Geogtlown Uni
ver,ity. He caim to. Newhevry to clerk
for his Illolher, an1d slholriy afterwtrds
wenlt into biusilne. for hi insel f. wl0 ere lie
cotinuiilled sunetofully until his deathi,
lIhtvin._r at thatt inle titkln into purltner
ship with him i' -ephew, .Patvick
Scott. ito served ill the Confedf1eratv
armly, mado at troodl ;ohl]iolr, and onle of
his iast 1-e<piusts wI's that, the ".Jmliles
1). Namen 11mp'' acomplIlnlly Iis re
1111inls to its last, -esting place.
of is 1two n h 11 t-ws .\ . i'al Scout w ho
has livel with him I,w some ymeas, alid
I'. J1. Sotl. whoi hits b'een hiere folr
SOtle Lim1 flr0m1 the West, Wer-C wiLi
'-im whllen lie dicd.
INiS ve'lltinls v.-il! heelti-vied to CoIluml
hia torbr3 anld in1terrl'd inl thle Cat,h0lit,
Whell You want st.lish stat.ionery,
cadlliat Youn:'.'s Drnl-t Store.
Spend your Iltoey with it home in
dust-vy like the Newbhey "'Up-to-daLe"
Laludirv Itid kwep t1 ionvy ill towl. It
T11,-.1erl W 1n11t118 H me
Columbia, S. C., Ialy 6.-RX. U. Tol
bert who wias moade to leav tle vicini
ity of 1l'hoenix last fall duiiig the elec
tionl excitement was il.tervil'wed in
Greenville, S. C., by thio editor of a
weekly paper pvbl ishled at his old
home)1, C reentiwooid. By is statemenlts
pulhIislied in t,he I ndex Tolbert, evi
(1entl1y d esires(' to pacifly his former
neighbhors. and11 Hays lhe w ishes to retutrn
L.o h1is111 home d bulsiness. lie detclares
lie d idl not tIlie ke~ st,it e mon01 L,s lLLI i bu1 LC.(d
L,o im~i 1 in a iterview pr'int,'Ed ini the
New Yek I ileependent,, whiebl inftlmed
Lthe pleole atgain st himl, amie thiat lhe
hats al ways ii:n in favor of whit.e su
I lave 3oi11 ile1d' howl nicely weO Lii
Ii inte in laund 3ing.
"'Por Ale-'v .\laker's' Week"' at Au
and Wil es tern Careo0 ilinaI ii l ity will sell
round( t,ip Licket's from aill poi nts fromi
Mlay 14th to 18th inc(l usive, wiLthI final
limlit, Ntay 22nd, at one( fare for' te
1(11 id Itri p.
Hoe1ud trill tirkets will ailso lbe onl
saile f rom all stu ations oni X yi 15tlh, l'ilh
and1( 18.h, with lintal limit two dlays from1
datel of sale at , i'f. ti han ogie far ie fot'
TIhe list, of lt ractionos felr thiis season
by fari a1 lltass Ihe o110(f any)3 pre''ijus
seasOn. ('all (olli y ilgent, (f the com
pany13 tor' exneot atos fr'omI all stationls.
V. .1. 1 RA I(,
(GenerllI l'assenger' A gent.
We guaanite'e IL striet.ly hii gh grasde
oIf w(ork to ourI (I IO~' custLer eie in gloss
IL. "'I p-to-dalte ,s audr'y."'
M\is" i3essiu IHisor' begs to informi
h lies w ho have niot pur1ichasedo1
the ir Sunnner M10' ill infery tha it shi has 11
julst r(ceivedl a not her lolt (of Haltis
withI atll tho late(st Nolties in
Tl'rnlnings, whieb shio would hiko to
av~e thiemx see before buying.
Whent ait Yoni's i)trtg Store ask to
s(ee thlose beauit,ifuIl plictures thait, are to
A\ p'ili 241t.h say3 I: hat the ( S&1aboard'e A ir'
liiln' anud the NaIshiilIe, Chait tlanocl''a &
St,. Louis ratiilroadt broulghlt. into Mlemi
wh 1ch had made a11 ntetili irunning Itime
o1r fourh anid ohne-half da(ys fr'om New
Y'ork. Thliis isi t,he fautestL t,ie unle up
toI (date. in L,i ityIiL by3 a ril antud walter'
line, andl is cloe0 to) thle Lime limdee by
the aill ratil lilies, none1 oif which u-nn it
in lets than foni' (11n$ -I
We have had two nice siowers of
rail), and cotton and cornI are comning up
to t stand.
Solne few of Our. farm-Oers have Sided
40mv cottton and ploutgled Soml c. .
Thero was at lal-go volnregiation at.
Zionl Iast, Sunlkdaty. The commu 11111n ion of
the 01-d's Supper was atdm tinllistered to
Ia fai ber. of (oiutlicanlt tllts
Oats anild wheat. are getting oi a lus
tle now, taid it. won't be lnig before the
famlers will have to use the boythe
mtgain. We find that t-he wheat, Crolps
atre good "ll over the conty ats it genle
I-al I rule, also that I Ithee is Itove plonted
tian for. Years, buIIt it, lias silfy.ed so iv
Wil-it, fui the watl of Iailn.
m)u fattIera& . abou t, tia h-0 L pliatlit
Well, Kay. we had li the 0lsulre ote
[fterioon ho t, wek of mieet-ijnag our
friend Chips. I I. soeii-d to Ie it tihe
best of spirits, Iatnl it. iwat' plest-61 to
listen to) his Coifveration. Wye is'lt-e
him we etjoyl-d his co-niiany. Chips
is a good wrliter aid a hatti1 worker for
TIhe Iterald and News.
Tihe healti of outr coamniiility lis ia
ruleo Is very goold
I 40a 1h the lAtS1114! of at
Lending the losing exe1r0ciss of
lte Vuronia. ! i-Ii School Iear. Iolly
Perry inl Salikdail Colnt-y oil 1ast lPriday.
i,ir(o)fessOr Wletvh-r )errick anIId his atF
iistant, Miss armon, have won Ilitich
mer-it; Lite enlolmiet, wat a 111cth
100 mark. The vxervises consisted of
lialogualis, eSt3llVA- rue-itation)s and adl
Art'ssin 11y 1Uev. Tillm1a n Shaly , lIttv.
ShIellroulse ataid li. Hanks Caulghmlan.
)ZahudaL0II3 CoutaS a rufle halsht-r
ichools thati NowherIry.V. She has at
1t1mber of Iigh sciools in the volnty.
We neetd bettk-l bhliin9SIland tece
for edticattion is tile mope of our,. coun
y. The exter-ises were (jhiigit,ui,
ad lasted froml 10 a. tmI., to .1 ) im.,
tid tbret holl..rs thail, g iglt. Saluda
Uon. lsolhs herl 1,hare- Of prettyV
SaLtu-day we- attended tIl pienliv atdt
closintu exercis of tle .ohnstone
school. The programil wias very inter
C'sting and inst rotitAve, and was well
miNVla ' Olit. IHOV. NMO r(ii'S aid his
Is.sistallt, Miss Kil,gore, deserve coit
plim n111,inlig oat thle trailnin)tg they ae111\
ie t.hose 1boys Itnd girls. %Ve had
tie l r of Imeetitg 11111)y Of (1 -
tol at umIlber (if year.:- t i.he wrt-itI lat s
att.ended -s,pring Comliolt) 11O SVicos at
St. 'eter's or 'inv Wools uhu-eh,
but, we have tievi.ri witnessed as large
It. (al grelgat t ) ioti here b-fore ats ittLend
eDo the last Su, viec. We noticed people
Uthrn'v from Newhmry', I 'rosperity,
SligIh-, Ait tie louitain, (hapinl, Whit e
iock, I'exingtol, i and nierol)110IS ot.her
places. I tev. Ieek p hit-alied i very
uxceilla , S01rn1,01n atf ici I- hit'll tIhe
rIt-o'S Supper wis id In istered to a
1,ar.1ge mitber. of comilullivants.
SUVOIa-11 of otlr fr-ieIRs SIeaUI Of tak
ing inl the reuittiol it Cial-lostoll this
Week, lIOIC LIat, Liey may have it plels
ILn I trip1.
Well, the 'rosperity News is dead
andu we1ur h erIIPI with all hoinotrs. IL,
seems1 Lhbat l'rosp)erit,y cani'L sneCeed at,
any13thIing, attdt as5 lon1g ats the butsiness'5
men1 (If as5 small aI town I asI l'rosperii.y
tre dIi vided0 agaitnst, each othier andiL
lih'tah oIthert, 1(11d dlon't 1help toI kp
Awa wl .O !b di4cor andII strif.d pu't5 1'
yourL shtoiulders toI te whieel andl unite.4
ttad t'oli OIL 10 5LtCeess, I,i'L tNa.
Nwer CIVh'''(outiy3, M lay 8, 180)9.
\y hti tck of oyIStLiI and c iai'n
i' that'1, we atsli ljtinog ofr Nc hep i.t'
vtTI , dy~,itI Liolfa,ai o., . Irve d
'tlog s tt't-'ratn t ,er ei.e
isomi ottatwl biodlh. ek
Iis l ata ie- f ay l0 t yse'mst to haves
1111' 1T hm lu Ctig of Ni11!I)ta'tiiit11S eherry
'Olleg n d i s t(lary V I''ubner14 htoI 1,he
it.y vio ite b t,e fam0 ill of L1 r. 1 ,. tlt .
\Vtie had at mss f atleis p14at.os
;eterday,t the~ firt,Suna i ni a May' gits as
b. I. li t ings.Slll4t tsn
11hea free ninai f e vit..n w ben
Germant s er Milleint,ana
Pevig rl M,im lleothefr, s.W r
lOrat.ng ,e Canthe ,me
J Ln t bfreweiedav a forl
ni.l us allo tceheapand
lrollwrIsog &av Gil er'soo
ive toh Drsu ugc. Stre.
I AM NOT
*1 *W \ith pat"t achliovementsk, but
Ihvlys Striving to outdo iy formor
ll'rt Yl. You will fbiol imly Sturo
bright with Iow good-1 inl tho linlo of
I will 1111k1w't prolitable to yolu if
you1 call and" vv.lim't, mny Stock bm
foro b1yiig. Iho goodIS aro Itlarked
to -;III theI tilm 's.
J. W. WHITE,
Alain St r-vt, Now borry, S. C.
What we carry and
will sell YOU at
Tinl \VRI-, an krh f,
Doy.lics, Towok4, Toilet Sollps,
Col 0u0 S!ir ( o Polish,
'hildrole 's Novelti n , Jowvry,
lutito rs, B jraids, r ,in ,
Embroi)1 r01 1y, Lacvs, Rl,o,
Malbli -, lils, Ib1s,(
(biw Omit No-oIiv,,
Spool C(Afol, Crocet at Colil,
CIl0the LP 11in, TOil. Ppr
St atio e will ("to o hlioar 11olvd,
Wouthol. bolvrs, aokIis,
[llamme11rs, Cigars, ( CiulIs,
-Swing AieO -il , Filpvs,
Clockls, \Valhes, lhrowos
111otL Powdor; 1us, Stovckings,
Socks, Toolh I"trlshos, Comlbs,
T p,Novdlvs, Pills, Corsvt',
Voiling, Novels, lmaching,
Muinlill, Apron, Suispendi.rs,
Nettinig, Darintg Cotton,
Drems Shieds, 1a11 othmr articls.
Col aml (t Sl oIr. prices.
W\Vhat, wo will Add to our in il
at few days.
0I11 al V ilioi I t-oi W a-iol
Men's Shirts, 111a 1.l.omrIed fld 1nla1i
dored, Mol's Collars 111 i 141 01TIf,
Ladich Collars ald Ctfs,
LaLdioi' Nvek \Sr,
Men's Neck \Voar, 11nstAles,
Moro 1."lnmeled \Varo,
Moro i \Vo,'C(l Tumblriuns
Soos, Kn11'of~ives i an los, t1I
Li os MIr i tt, dis Fa ,
M'i ore J vwelry, Sis, Crotonne,i
Chibiren's, Paasls i0HI 4i1.uses
8li w rnNv.ts
AT LAST 8ON'S8 PlIL
My wagon is out to
day, and will run con
tinually. We expect to
give our patrons the
very best service.
Ice will be sold STRiCTLY
F(OR CA3L. Please do not
ask driver to remem
b,r or charge anything.
If your tickets are out
please pay at ticket
rate. I am forced to do
this to save annoyance
and book work.
You can get tickets
at my store or IceHouse
at 50c per 100lbs. We
cannot deliver less than
F lbs, We earnestly
solicit the patronage of
all, and ask all to assist
us in carrying out our
Thanking all for past
liberal patronage, we
remain yours to please.
The Ice Man.
1vo Io1 mso Phono No. 7 1.
I to ate.
My stock of
for the ladies, and
for the men and boys,
is now com plete for the
You will find my
better for the prices;
than you have ever
I have the quality,
quantity and style. As
to prices, all you have
to do is to call in and
examine my stock for
yourself, and you will
be well enough satis
fied to make your puir
chases without going
uig you goori I od a'tl1 -t pr1i(ce
wvill ruinuo aI (coiner out oi yOP,
you wil Ic(rta if ily I becomel on1( or. liy
I (exp(ct to kee.p myi 'tock uip to
(ondeavL~or to pls yo:1 at anly I!mof.
>FY"ColOM IC I ME OFT1EN.
M. A. REn~W!CK,
Succes-or to Dav1.np~ort & Ron
wick and( The1 NOwhnfre Clhn, to