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ceted every 'Tues " .y and Friday
mtluer 1roM, ti
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o10asses, nlew crop...... (0.
M olasses ..................... 25 50e. a
at .. .... $1.10. r
atnt 1+lo u........... I.7i,.
,3t lot.. $1.25.
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to 1, l a .................... ... $1.10 . f<
a rde n a 1 'lc-................:. 0 n:.5 . 1
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oh lt bushel . .i+"
so sed me:a!, per ;sackc... $.5 a
e llulls, per wte.............. :3. i
er 1e b e ...............
?,1 por0dozen .................l95 ) 10c
c~kens, )a1 h ..................12(,60c dC
, pr buse l. ................ $.58 .
per i bl ushe)l e ...............ii r aIde.~
SShad to-miorrow. .l u s (. 1 .. 'I'odd. I t
a'1st received i car lc,ul of f:"cvi o;l!:+,
S4t. i (:u it e.
Tho besit Pecan Newv Orleans Alo" l1
14saes at 25c. C. J. Purcell & Co. tf
. x)tnorntc: xcctiv Cotn 35ie . n
eIb~ 1)etnoeratio Execu~lti V(2 oiniit- t
at~~oof Newberry ou.nty will meet at
te , er ry 0b ...... . A. .i. 1- 1(lbh, at , ,
s, ~ ~ ~ W p1)oe ........ I1 0u.v,
jf ('~halitla l. 1
N wbetry, S. ('., April 1, 1900. dt
,will regret it if you do not ..ee
Ou , Stoerk of h li. .ing b... ore . . 35 in .
af.+;S. .1. WVooten.
e ys, por (b......... e
dr lot of New England Wathes
e. S oha in tomrrw see 1.To. t
tf D)aniels & Co. t
he best Pecamnd NwOeans Mor 5c
tf 2. C. J. Purcell & Co.
'i' eoe g rt PeEoi cantid lCmliesm w't-l'1
e~ huipet's for $10. t&-f :3t
6r iebser viCoe will be held at p.
1r next Sunday, the 8 inst., In
the ayer M emorial Lutheran h 0 ch
Sweortunit,y wii be afyordcd at that t
tie, to those who may desire, to unite t
wilh the churh. Pub l cordll y i t
Vited. CDAS. I. A nHMSlsN C t
Tho bost Richo d te t four on 1. i
partll f.;r $3.99. (Ii
tf tf C. J. Purcell & Co. 0
,( 100 Doz tnenfs negligee just opecned Ct
5e45e 0. 95e. ugoo -eond ha e st ihes at al
t&f2t M imiuaughs.
An E:ceptlou to the tulo. ;7
A shop where y l can get what you
Want and when you want it. ,i
?hM emoria Lunger.n c1r c N
Om ortuit will bet asre in th ate
e o earse wo ay deeire,t uite a .
wh thea chreco.d uti crial in G1
yeto cteds GU. r.r we aSTO(lo,'
No lee o I Pastor.c
whe best se~Pcnd p.tou ser ur m n 011b
tIaIf tns -C . wJ. P eel Co.
pa100 (Don ton neglige onsot oiene:
hors shoein5c 95a spciat tvisaa
Ant~bsnEeptifon tet thearulo unert
Ahop wehnrcs youcanet hallt sou
ant bafor whetng you work doneand
. W.LsLx M Danag rrer. to& ftf
An U (1 ExJlen PMan.l &- o
Don't buy L.u eahumerhts fNtileryu f
Ssaidor. wl eacniaefrGv
rnog tis yea on a loal ophtion pat
rm ol.wigchumhprorasmimte frac
eo vote meig of teCulnt meah- p
yar soiin to be hlce oer.or, ew-n'
th,in-Sumer hral. idig St
whehere tm preaed tdseremyrold b
ptron andl make newos ad estoer who t
dehie firs-classowork.Genra re-b,
Ts amiwlla experecd. aigbe
inte uessifort etrdea, under
godMichas es Plges calt e
n ddbfresgetting yfour wor doncand.
ave money . J1N1YN ir
' - W. M.DAV Srretor.
WPurel still thlrin thnbes paonvo
ou pai ath for his.35. t dft
Frce ofC J Proll&Co
eDonth byoreastrnhitis, utioa yor
ng oules on nmore,ghoie will b
1lintry. E elfn',wl epe
utrogrtamm Tacplerbotl' Asoehon
nx meeting fte ountyge Only
' botlativn to oe hernatNdw
rry,o il rdd owhout buileng frmt
day Atrat or4 190n, rtn11d a.vm. .n
rea there ts o many studmes Syudp
all rmedo-Prf.hW K.ilze Sl.
nt L yelarn agLmu lonhoebtt.
I,el M you i-- Hughes wa aveos
dd relly--Heonly Johroat McMahan.
Pura. One te botteainlan euoro
e buh val anld byougt heap,
d pilzd couh fris. god. t ly
V'.iltIOUS ANt AI.L AlIOUT.
Suiiay a week is 1istcr.
Next Friday will be (iood Friday.
I'lenty of ice was seon yesterday
Miss Laura Greneker is visiting rela
ves at, G aney.
''liose who olulht to know say the
tcli crop is S afo as yet.
Help a good e use next Wedn^sday
ternoon by attending the game of
MIr. F". Y. MIorris is erecting a four
>om cottage on his lot atjoining the
There will he a soci' .l leeting of the
uther I,e'lgItl tonight. 116 .\Lr. W . A. c
i m ard 's.. a
There is talk of c,taid ihing an iee 1
etory inl this city, which we hope will 1
I \v. W. I. :Sitph will preach1 in the
honpson Stireet Clurebl onl next Sun- 1
Ly m int'Il111g. t
If you (iln't enjoy the gate o: ball
t dnesdiy afternoon it was your fault
td not the boys'.
Col. (.). L. Siclum pert came up yester -:
" from Co'mban111it, where he iad ben t
i a businless, trip.
('ounty C:lairmnan I lardy calls a mcet t'
1z of the (ounty l-:x'"utive ('ommtnit- s
C for Satturd(at, Amp i it 1h.,,..
'Ii:r fa!"" and '-wanl'' ncxt Wed- 1
selay afternoon. See the list of c
aye rs cisewiere in this p:tper.
I ev. I1. P. ('outs, who has been (
aching aehool in ('orgia, has re
1ued to his home neatr Sligh's. It
W. II. llunt, '; ( , went to Grcen
lie yesteci'ay to visit his uncle, Col.
1". Ilunt, who is repor"tedl critically
Col. G orge Johnitone, the silver- a
t,ucd orator of the Newberry batr, C
a Iere; 't,edat.-- -Greenville News, ' 1
I'here w.ii bet no servie:("s t King's
re k: cb h: r: Ie xt".7a+hbat.h, as the pas
r" is a;'!taNin+! the m1eetinig of I'resby- (1
ry i:\ iA:t
Th'l zpiLJ It-vrm of the Common
Ias ('(crt c,rdele ; ! f.w t.is county will
hi(hld from %lty :.lh to Jitte ti;h i
ider( 1zhu- will pn-r hb ie .
Im rai ine one of (10r two hundred
unld cit:z ,is sliJi ng in t+ a base, and a
m will have on' of Ith. sights of the e
il gaIme n xt WVed nesdlay afternoon. i
Rev. rI. 1. I'.f cCtintock is attend- t
g the n:ect,ing of the Second P'resby- 1t
ry of the A. Li. P. Church in Atlanta, I
i. Mr. M. A. Carlisle will go over
Ot account of a wreck on the T
tlantic Coast Line yesterday, the up
ssen~gcr train on the C , N. & L. road,
d not arrive here until nearly seven
The Paiestine and Hebron nines will
oss bats on the P alestin . ialtiond this
ternoon at 4I o'cloek. These arC the
mug boys, and it is said they plty
Mr. L. (oppoek Speers, son of Mr. e
Al. Speers, of this city, has secured t
poitOLion ont the edi itoriatl stallf of the 1
ew York Tinmes. IHI is a bright young g
ant, antd we imed ict for himi a stuccess- a
I careecr as a joturinalist.
Drt. 1B. V. P ratt, aL gr'aduate of the S.
Vol lege of I'harmiacy, has aceptedC( y
p)ositiont withI the He iede Cl' 1harmacty.
e is at gen tlematn of c'onsiderabtle ex -
:r'ie nce, andi wvill bei lteasedi to "tom
munid y'outr~t'~5 prscitins.
A\n extra,t commiuniication of Amaity
zidge No87T, A.-. j1.-. M -. will be held
onday night, A pril I6i,h. T1he L". C.
gree will be conferried. The hall has j
en tendered the Ried Men for use on
to night, of the 9 th.
Dri. .1. WX. Nante arr'li ved ini the cit,y tj
sterday fronm Charlest.on, w'ere he
is just graduated as a full M. D) , fromn
c Charleston Medical College. There I
ere two other gr'aduates in the class c
omt this couint.y besides Di'. Nance, I
rs. J. J. D)ominick and J1. S. Matthtews.
PolIceman Carter reported the fact to
that, on Wednesday morning, about
tvbr'eak, a large Ilock of wild geese
ud ducks passed over thte cit,y, and be
mning somiewhat confused at, the elec
ic lights, circled around the cit.y for l
t>me time, some low enough to strike
alldings aLnd wires. Hever'al of them '
erc found dead in ditfer'ent seetions
)ouIt the city next tday. .
'*The Strength of Trweinty Mena."
Whent Shakeasperoe empiloyed thIs
ti'aso lhe referi'cd, of coui'se, to heal
iy, able-bodi ed men, if lhe had lived
t,hese days he would h'ave known that
en and women who ar'c not healthy
ay beCcomte so by taking Hlood's Sai'sa
ii'illa. T1his medicIne, b)y maiking the
00(d ich and( pure' and giving good
))potto and perifect dligestlon, Imparts
ttlity and strength to the system,.
riThe nont-Ii'rittng cathtartie-Iood 's
If you needl coluns, batluster's or any
truied worik, get ourlI pices before buy
ig. We wvill saIvO y'ou mfonely. Sat,is
Ltlti guar'ant.eed. STVUAi1tT flnos.
Mould idgs, Ltuibor,-aths and
hingles. STUART JUnos.
N. II. LF:sLIF, Manager,. t&ft,f
N10XT DOOR. TO' SAVINGS B3ANK.
Large Stock I
WTwo registerecd amnd licensed Phar'
tacists cornpound Presciptlons day
THE FATS AND LEANS.
(1 \l; t)[ II,. , BI YSOUT AN1I TAI.
iho t'ronitlnnt tlIaNlnena l Mon of tlo City to
1'hty on the Collego (lroundst Ne.xt Wd
nle,+4taty AfterntounI-TIto l'rocoed to
11 0i1) on at (lood Canno-Readnt tho
1.1Ht of l'layere -Al lltuel
nettt Iloutstt to
ColuttlIbia is to have her Society Circus,
tugusta her Merry Makers' Week, and
i)::rtalbtrg her Mlayors' Convention, but
ewberry is never behind when it coies
This tite it u% ill be a gaie of baseball
at the college diainond next Wedneslay
fternoon, at 4 o'clock, by playets se
.cted frou tle bisiness and professional
ten of the city -the fats and leans, or
louts and slilns.
Tiis will give more atunusetnent to the
ublic than anything that could be
boiught of, and the protninence of the
layers will tuake the'gaie the more in
All the stores and blusitless houses of
bie city will be closed, so as to give
verybody a chance to see the game, as
be list below will show.
A siall admission fee will be charged,
lie procceds to-go towards buying a tele
Lope for Newberry College, and this
Ilotld be another inducement for every
ody to conte out and help Oil this good
The game will be utmpired by ion.
eCo. S. Mower.
TIhe players will be selected fron
nmong the following, everyone of whom
ave consented to be on hand and play:
For the purpose of helping Prof. Sligh
I his very laudable effort to purchase
ud erect a nice telescope for Newberry
ollege, we, the undersigned, agree to
lay a gae of baseball upon the College
rounds on the it th ilst.
J. Pnucell, K. 11. Welell,
J. Icealtghlritl, W .ltat
.tcl . I tllanet, Z. V. Wrigat.
.T. lrownl, W. (. tlouseal,
J. alillr, W. i Sligh,
Cah.aiss, G. It. Croter
.I,. Copeland, Id. Russ,
N. Maltil, Nat Gist,
S. MIower, tnttpire, M. I. Spcarltan,
.V. tishop, V. I1. Dominick,
tni t. Jones, It. I). Snaith,
. . lltuforl, d. Scholtz,
F. Iloyd, \t C. Tytee,
Cavatatngh, J. a1. Wicker.
dlw. I. lipp, A. J. S. I.ang tl,
ranlk Baxter, I.. V. Jotes,
artlow Copelatnd, W. C. Sctenck,
tnuaes )unhar, A. J. Cook,
.-. Stiniter, Ilaskell Wright,
1. A. Carlisle, J. J. Itanc,
A. ll:ack welder, leuary K itard,
C. Pool Thteo. Johestoe.
STOP I;S TO Cl,OSI;.
\Vc, the tudersigned maerchtants, bantk
rs, atnd business men of the town of
ewberry, aving learned that there is to
e a game of baseball between tIe fats
lnd "slimts" of Newberry on the college
aseall groundG, for t.e benefit of a fund
'ith wvhich to purchase a telescope for
~ewberry College, (10 severally agree to
lose our respective places of business on
ic afternoon of the I 1 of April, from
anteshal Itv ee . fiis. iiik
R.I.S~aatta&C. . . SMnith,
its.IL.('her, )aJ. l &t W Cer,
IA.I n Ik,aiAtig.s. Il.a ngf,
'.I.ltl:ai,alti,. W. J oes ,
her illiter Co ~A. J.Moweo..
titt Jltttsoatc, J.I J. I,. an ta
I. C. Polttti, TheoA. Johvttgstone .,
Sj ~TOP: ES C TO I. JOSll.
.W, tel Cnerig e irhatos,.bnk
I. ewhttery, avin useaned tat tere,st
ud "slims"& o, Newrr.y the Cog
ewbeer Cle e o . seerlagree to
loas ou Iretiv pl.e of busnetso n
it.el afitoonofthe J.it of Apil,fo
I.I,. peatna & heStCo., o.
tat. K.tii C.'.idWer,er
tti. A . enwic, Wt.Jlts
'.J. l'ttelaI,& (. .I.M Cry
.V. Whte,l .T 1elas
. h. Fpinglst & Co.. l lstlttethn
haynn'vs CaStore,inI )r ig' o
.o W.lle.devr, pl I uarcae
lobue ofeWirterl ,ththagewa
te.l W. Oest,erbx Sl b l
ane Sih,v e aeo ht n
d6-. pr b.Cimpqp,k
t& . J. Purcell & Co.
Contrail uminrer gro.,
Dani' urh Nw esr& Cont, t
I. J)evolonal Tesloer Co.,ut
2. S. Mtthe 22 8R ev. William .
D.irr Po. K. g, Mr.igso A. C.,
:t. fleeittlt C-peIand%ar MIros.
5. Wat, sefu iNaktionath entra
jeatril eConp ThBl s - Qv (8.oerd
Newhe 8 L eao,Irf y B SIrwetCo.
6. Adrese-ov.W. T. TArntro
DruNSor in Racewore
berry. They mitateo.,
oean are doin Aeathe
Tbusies. dmg t&f2tlttetn
hat 3e wa0 mad so Dr. Kngw'Ne
af Mimln.uEve ili sgrcse
toul&f2 hat,ta. hnetek
39 TO 10.
The Collego Boys Fairly Walked Ot Witla
the Tow,, Koys-Those Who aaw tho
UAnnao Were Aimsedt.
The game of baseball between the
Newberry College nine and the picked
up nino fr-om1 town, Wednesday after
noon, was as we stated that it would be,
one of the most amusing and Interest
ing games of the season.
There was a large crowd of spectators
out to witness the game and thoso who
went to see it d id not regret it.
Considering tle fact that the boys
fron town have not played a game in
two or three yea ", have had no prac
tice whatever this season, picked up at
random in the town, in some cases
playing with ungloved hands and with
out a Mniform, in gitizen's apparel,
going up against a regularly organized,
equipped and practiced inter collegiate
team, they did remarkably well-even
in the score of ,;9 to 10, in seven Innings.
They ought to have been shut out, its
many thought they would.
There were many features of the
game that were amusing in the ox
tremte, but. our space is too limited to
d well on the game, and the merits and
deierits of the player. Suffice it to
say, that with a little practice, the
town boys would make it mighty warm
for the college boys in a match game.
'1'he game was a pleasant one and
everybody enjoyed it. Lot them prac
tice up and meet again.
1t41 diut Fronm the ouin
Was the ball that hit (. It. Stead
man of Newark, Michigan, in the Civil
War. It caused horrible Ulcers that
no treatmetit hel ped for 20 years. ''hen
Bucklen's A rnica Silve cured him.
Cures Cuts, Hruises, Burns, Boils, 1a i
ons, Corns, Sk in Cruptionls. Best Pile
cure on earth. 25 ets. a box. Cure
guaranteed. Slid by all )ruggists.
We have abott Fifty Thousand
Pounds of Bacon. We are selling
at G1c. C. J. Purcell & Co. t&f t-f
The Total Eeipno of lite sun.
Several parties have been inquiring
about coming to Newberry to observe
the total eclipse of the sun on the 28th
of Nay, and it is likely that we will
have several parties here from the
The Astronomical Association of
Brooklyn, N. Y., has been in corre
spondence with Prof. Sligh, of New
berry College, who telegraphed them
on Tuesday and offered on the part of
the citizens to entertain tleor party if
they would come here.
Dr. P. G. Ellisor has also received
inquiries from the University of Vir
ginia, and they have been assured that
if they conic they will be entertained.
Newberry hopes to have many
astronomical observers in her midst
to witness this phenomenon.
There is no Family Medicine so f'tv
orably known as Pain-Killer. ur
sixty years it has been used by Mis. a
aries In all parts of the world, not only
to counteract the climatic influences on
their families, but for the cure of all
diseases of the bowels, and for wounds,
burns, brtuises, etc. Avoid substitutes,
there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
D)avis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
An Ob,streperous Prisoner.
Wednesday morning Anderson Ken
nedy, colored, was tried by acting
Mayor Langford and fined $8 or t,wenty
days on the county chain gang for
lighting, wvhich, fr-om the testimony
brought, out at the trial, was a just
sentence. W hen Constable Trid well
went to carry him to the chain gang
he abused everybody and everything
in sight, and when ho reached a certain
point in Giraveltown he jumped from
the buggy and Mr. Tid well had soe
difficulty in managing him. Finally
he was tied and placed in the buggy
and carried to the gang. When ho
arrived there and his hands were un
tied he made an effort to clean up
things there, Hie was finally tied and
the shackles put on him and a lesson
learned him that he'll never forget.
Is fine was paid later ini tile day and
he was released a sadder and a wiser
ECZECIa ITCh ING Hi UMOHN~T14iIsb
CUILiCED SY 15. B. ii.
Bottle Free to Bufferers.
Does your Skin Itch and Burn? Dis
tressing Eruptions on the Skin so you
feel ashamed to be seen in company?
Do scabs and Scales form on the Skin,
Hair or Scalp? Have you Eczema?
Skin Sore and Cracked? Rash form on
the Skin? Prickling Pain in the Skin?
Boils? Plimpla~s? Bone Pains? Swollen
Joints? Falling Hair? All Run Down?
SkLn Pale? Old Sores? Ulcers? All
these' are symp)toms Of Eczema and Im
purities and Poisons In the Blood. Tro
cure to stay cured take B. B3. B. (Bo-.
tanic Blood Balm) which makes the
blood pure and rich. B. B. B. will
cause the sores to het, itching ofec
zema to stopi forever, the skin to be
come clear andl the breath-swecet. B.
13. IB. is just the remedy you have been
looking for. Trhoroughly tested for 30
years. Our readers are advised to try
B. B. B. For sale by druggists at $1
per large bottle; six large bottles (full
treatment) $5. Complete directioens
with each bottle. So sufferers ma.3 test
it., a trial bottle given away. Write for
it. Address BLOOD BALM CO., At
lanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and
Frce personal medical adlvice given.
An Opp3rtunity to Get a (Good Business.
Any one wishing to go into the
Green Grocery and( Meat Buaslnesst will
save money by addresaing "X.," care
The Herald and News, Newvberry, 8. C
Short, lengths white lawn be. regular
.10c. quality at Mimnaughe,
Mimnaugh has the most complete
store In the up country.
Coming to Newberry.
'Pho following letter from I'rof. Hige
low to Mr. Cromer will be interceting
tl fur readers:
U1. S. Department. of Agricultilre,
Washingtin, 1). C'., April 1, 11)0.
President Geo. It. Cromer,
Dear Sir: I have delayed answering
your note of March :, partly owing to
absence from duty on account of an at
tack of grip, and partly because our
plans were not fully formed. 'T'he clief
of the Weather linreau has deelded to
send l'rofessors Cleveland Ahhe and
L'rank 11. 1igelow to Newherry, S C.,
to make vclil>so obsr'vaitions on M!ay
23. We shall cone down by L'rilay or
Saturday, and if }ou wi;l find it con
venlent we shall be ready to give your
peoplei a couple of lectures on Meteoro
logy and the work of the Weather
FRANK [I. 13R.ELOW.
Just received a niee line of pretty
Ilelt, Buckles and Ilings at 1lnard
Scholtz's Jewelry Store. t&f 3t
Ittduccdi ICastv Over the "ouEeie?n.
On account, of the EIpworth I.eague
-onference at WVillianston, S. C., the
iouthe'n Railway will sell round trip
Alckets for $3 85. Tickets to be sold
1ltay 2nd and 3rd, return limit, May 8th.
On account of annual meeting of the
I'piscopal chu ch at A iken, S. C , May
)th and 12th, the Southern flailway
''0. will sell round trip tickets at $5.15.
rickets to be sold May tith, 8th and
)tb. Return limit May 14th.
The Sout.hern 1lailway will give ex
'ursion rates to Atlanta, Gia., May 6t1
md 9th, on account of the 2nd 1'resby
6ery of the Associate Reformed Synod
>f the South, on the certificate plan.
Lertificates to be signed by 1Rev. f-. '.
LMcClintock, issued by E. S. Ellerbe,
On acoount of the Society Circus in
Jolumbia, April 18th, 19th and 20th,
the Southern Railway Company will
sell round trip tickets at $2.25, to be
.old 18th and 19th. Final limit April
On account of the M usical Festival at
Galiney, S. C., May 8th and 9th, the
Southern Railway Co. will sell round
trip tickets at $4.80, tickets to be sold
ith and 7th. Full limit May Ith.
On account of the annual meeting of
the Colored Physicians Association at
Charleston, S. C., April 18th and 20th,
the Southern Railway Co. will sell
round trip tickets to Charleston for
i7.30, tickets to be sold 17th and 18th,
with return limit April 21st.
If you need any columns, balusters or
turned work get our prices before you
buy. We will save you money. Satis
faction guaranteed. S'ruA I:K BOS.
E. H.. LasI4u, Manager. t&f tf.
(to to the Mountnius.
J. 13. Lathan, of Little Mountain,
calls the attention of the ladies of
Newberry and Lexington Counties to
his magnificent display of spring goods
ani millinery. Mr. Lathan studies to
please and being in a posit,ion to, and
having advantages with which other'
merchants of the cit,ies are not blessed1,
he ee.n sell about as cheap as other
merchants buy. Yes, go to the Moun
tains and get prics and buy spring
St,ring ~Jottingsn from, the 'Up-to-D)ate."
Spring time is here and house clean
ing with it. Send us your lace cur
t,ains to laundry. We make thema look
Wec laundry white counterpanes for
15c. each, and they look just like new.
Pillow shams shine like jewels when
we laundry them. Try us and see.
We guarantee our work. Satisfaction
or no cost.
t&f 3t. Steam Laundry.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Itiins fromi 8t. Lukusa.
Some of our sick improve slowly.
One of our neighbors put out some
poison a few days ago ar d the result
was8 five (lead dogs. A fe w more 'doses
with the samne result would put our
community in fair shape.
Th~e roseola is visit,ing in our com
mnunity and is no resp)ector' of persons.
Thle Riverside postoffice at Mr. J. 8.
Nichols' Is in op)eration, and we hear
that Mr. N. Ri. Lester has taken the
contract,-to carry the mall for three
hundred and fifty dollars.
Mr. Chesley Hunter planted a piece
of corn the 23d. Who can b)eat that?
We helped to cut a new public road
the other day. It commences at Mr.
John Dom in ich' and 'omesC in the
Schumpert road in front of Mrs. Han
Mr. Jimmie Bloozer' has buIlt him a
set of double stables. In our last items
it should have read Jimmie Boozer
instead of Jimmie Bloyd.
March 31, 1900. Plow Boy.
A 'I ETIMONIA L FROM- OLD ENOLAND
"I consider (Chaniherlain's Cough
Remedy the best in the world for broni
chitA,' says Mr. William Ravory, of
Warringtona. England. 'It saved miy
wife's lifte, she having a myrtyr to bron
chItis for over six years, being mrost of
the time confined to her bedl. Sheis I
now qnrite well." Mold by WV. E. Pol
ham D rugglst. inm
Bears the lho Kind You llave Always Bought
itachn,a nhtl Clitttect in lilt n iin Aa(lety Chi Ip.
()ur school at I'nioti elO.-(. o, li -
th(! :21 ultimo,0
\lisst,: Niary' ih;i ai \l:it- I
tunan, of Sligls (ection spent a few :
the! lirst of th' wick Visiithi i bi
We aie( 'rry to learn cf tIle extt Inrt
illness of MIiss I'uil Kinard. S i
n o w '.' tih thiet fam ily " o f \I . I vi. i i
\Wickor of near 1'(,Inar"ia.
lIt eeinber that, l%""v. H1 . ta ::"
will preaeh at lia'htnian (i1tt' l (tr
next. Sundthy at II t. Ill.
Mlr. .1no. (). I -'ranklin ha be'en : !!
smile,; tit- Imlt few weeks I '
oVe'r to Saluda ()n ttuila y I lt .
and by t ho hl11 of : omit lt!ai::i hm'
t'hanged( the' natnl-of ;\ti'- I.nlhr I.' r+n,t!
Lo Mlrs. l,ula laFanklin. \\'o (tr;t:ta
lite( the young couple.
Miss lIettie Iintchi:on fell wh:il
comling (own stairs aloutt a wo- he; aa .
L;tirs. J. KI. cl"I-:p is auait ( no iue("d to
Aliss Carrie irub retur'ned hon
last Tuesday fromu a few dlay vi ia in;
the St. 1'.aul's sect ior.
An infant chihl of i. and Wt.
George liichar't,ou (itiled on .la1 lon
diay. 'T1ht! Chihl wa.;s o y :,) l t It'll
rl,. J1. K. :l: 1ps is tht' fit'lt t > l' tt f
corn Iin this st f"t ioni
litv..J. A. Sliof g d i:tl'iti citutm,! (t
Tihtirsdlaty, the '.'7th of Merih . . r.
Slig;h is a widt-awake fartnt'r.
If you t'at'L,s:ty anyvltin ~o .l of a
person Saty nothing is a ;;ottd 1'nh-t.
This is at chipping f'romn tht lotal ; i t
the issue of this p aluwt of the _'::I 111,1.
Tbe amtoutnt of got.d me(anin!! "otain('d r
in t-host' few words weighs OVer' a ltn.
It has not been long sinte we pe.-ti. d
somne thoughts upon this satinle siu'j t. t
Speaking evil of each other, telling all
the bad t.hings cyou know;,atout ytur
fellow itall and not sa1 ing a wo! tat
what, good you know of bim. ( . w at
a common thing this is, cvt .1: W.;4.
professed C'h'istians. 'hi;s vi'r.. tm
vice, ats little ais -omlle m1:1y "m to
think. N helping to laimn mo1-r0 Wu.,
t,ban lany other sin you enn i:it"nwlt mi.
Now my kind frientls, I'i tallin! Ilt
church pe(ole, 1 rofessedt ('hri it ian .
Without further comnit"t upton tli::
subject., let's try, for shiruin's -akt u!
saying anything about, the satkt of ('u'
souls and for t.he ben('votletc'e we Ihii
have for out' God-t abstain ',rm iH:.s
Iilthy, low down, uunde'rmindlin,. hab,it.
A gossiIperi:; inuthin;g tnor(' nor I
than an anlgel of hell.
'T'here has not been nouc'h plantin'
done so far, but our farmes ha'i e g t
upl) i hustle in the way of p)re(paring- ti
soil. Such atnothr; get ting iup and get.
tinfg you never saw, amd if the we athr
is favorable for iL few wevis to ctom.)in
the crops1i will till lie lanit'd in goid
time. Ahout. the utaltl a!ntillt( olf ~lia I
has been bought, and we don't s'" .t:y
extra preparat,ioins being nta(e Io iti
crease tbe acrenge of cotton. A hnost
every farmer is plintig n i'rl fot d 11
patches, such as we advocate-d in ouir
Well, it don't, seem that, atny of thle
corre'spionden tts wouli1 d li ke to tiakec dill
uall t,hat have expire.-sed a deisire ofl ti
kitnd. All r'ighil, Sigmi~, w.e will nth
makel( any big blow about. t.his thl ig.
14ut Chip,s has un inlvitationt awaitn
good lady, the ll i tor' s bi et'hi ld f, a11.1
I know. 301u canl sw%iml in the .lime hut:
so jutst bc~ C1uiet, we wtill let,31 lyou'know
whtat, (lay tO colmo.
A nothier frost, t.hiis moinii g, antdi I
fear that, the piech cro1p1 h'been b:olly'
injured. P lums will be ailmost a failm- ic
G,ood( p lei , we.' have plenrty of ips
but not, mhll titme at, presen'tt to pitk
themi up, so please exicuse utS thi' tilOm'
We will tell you sonmethiin g laterI.
A pril 5i, 190)0. ( 'nt.s.
A Prr at'i m el1i' leung.
A prlotra'Icted meeCtillg hias b een in
pro'(gress Lbhis week at, the .Ilhn<tcilo
Street M'let hod ist lhuriebI, ser'vie c' h
inug hield eery aift trn(on andic evenin
ait -I and 8 o'elock. TheIse mltC-ejtin'g
w.vIll con tin ueL trough1 next we'ek, darll
I ng which LIhne the piast.om' will be~ a1s
u,ist.ed by Recv. T1. ( . Ligoni, of I 'i-il
inont, andl the singing w..ill tin ionduict
cd by3 Rtev. J1. 1". A n)dersoni,.Of Grl'uc.
D)uing next weekl the mleet.inugs in
the aifter'nooni will be espieciaIlly3 for lie
women iad at night, for men. Theiu ptub..
lie is invited and thiose who a ttind w..ill
be greatly ben"fit,ted.
Notied , Murdetr C-nto l:ini ci ,
GrIeenwooid, 1-. ('., A prti1l 'I'The cele
brated K inig ease is at aun end. TE'
jury was (out only abouitt Ithrei'e hour'
atnd birou ghmt In ai verd'tiel, of "'gii liv.
August 50O, 18)98, HeItrnmnit 1. King shrt
anad k Illed hiIs brothe iCIn Ilaw, Tayivlot' \\.
Mabiry, at Hoidges. At thxree sublse
quent trials t hejury failed t o acgree oni ai
verdict, but at the fouth aittempilt the
above verdIct was rendered.
Ca'u mght ai hi>rcadlful CohmI.
M%arlon KCooke, manllager fo,r T.' .\1
TIhomp ~son, a lairgo impirt ef 1.
m111ilnery nit I1657 M iIwau k-e A i-u ne,
Chtiergo, says: '-Dini'g t he huit. rem'ec,
I weathier I caiUght a dreaucl ciohl whwhlo-l
kept me1( aiwako at nighit amt itIntlb. mei
unfit, to attenid my we rk dmo hi g t lie
dhay, Onae of my li ll iers wts taking
Chamrilint's (CoughiI ~ i R ny for a'
severe cold1( at tha ,t ine, whv ich sm S(tld
to rolIeve her so q uikly Iita f bough.1
somre for m13 nwif, It. aicted likhe nhigc
and( 1 begani to !t piroivo tat onttce. I a mi
now enitirehy well anid feel very bleased
to acknowledge Its meritn." For sale
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