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Iia al in Ii ou,,r Nmne,i
If you [Wo going to Lofuisville, wO
are re'e(~ te,il to earI'estly inISst that
you giv your aie to M". ( . 1". I1oy
110t ltt(er 1 t.hnI) the(% 20th, so that ar
rangemoents can bu made for the party.
Hand in your inao at once.
UIs,u,re's, Day at z141n.
Gettiig ready for Children's Day at
Zion on Sakrday before the third Sun
day in June. Everybody invited to
(o(V and bring your baskets for a pic
nic dinner. We expect to have some
fine speeches and thU Iinest music we
have ever had-the very latest by
Charlie Tillman. * * *
To OltIzons o' Belt'oo! Distriet, NO. 21.
There will be a meeting of the citi
zens of School l)istrict No. 21 on Fri
day, May 25th, at 4 o'clock p. in., for
the purpose of considering the advisa
bility of levying a one-mill tax on the
taxable property of said district for
free public schools of the district.
J. D. SHE:LY,
Chm. 13d. Trustees District No. 21.
May 14th, 1900.
Attention Wheeler's l ies.
The members of Wheeler's Rifles are
required to bring in their uniforms,
guns and all other eqUipments to Po
,Wmaria on Saturday. May 20th, at 3
clock p. tn.
By order of J. D. Wheeler, Captain.
W. 13. 3OiNEST, Se'y.
Sherlff Arrestl shoriff.
Sheriff Catheart, of Richland, is in
the city today to serve in the capacity of
a witness in the caso against the Gipsy
traveller who stole several sets of har
ness and other things from citizens of
this county several months ago. This
has been a case of Sheriff arrest SherlIT.
Sherlif Cathcart was notified to come
up to the trial, and wirote back that he
hoped they could get along without
him, when a witness warrant was
placed in the hands of Sherity luford.
who went down and served the warrant
on another Sherif. So lie is up today
to attend the trial.
Solcitor Seaso will Stand for Ite-Eection.
Solicitor T. S. Sease, who has so ably
filled the place (f prosecuting oflicer
for this (seventh) judicial district for
the past four years, will stand for re
election. lie is a capable, deserving
gentleman and has filled this posi
tion with honor and credit to himself
and his constituents. lie has had more
convictions in his report of the last
year than any solicitor in the State.
He has done his duty well. The mem
bers of the Spartanburg bar think that
Solicitor Scase is entitled to the second
term, and as yet there is no sciOus
consideration given as to his having an
opponent in this district.-Spartanburg
We are indebted to President John
son of Wnthrp Normal and Industrial
College, Rock 11111, for an invitation to
attend the commencement exercises of
that institution from June 3d to 6th.
The graduating class numbeols forty
three, and the following is the pro
gram of commencement exercIses:
Sunday, June 3d-I1 a. mn., sermon
before the Y. WN. C. A .;8.30 p. mn., bac
calaureate sermon, Bishop WN. W. Dun
can D. D., of South Carolina.
Monday, Juno 4th-8 30 p. mn , joint
celebration of the literary societ.ies.
Tuesday, Juine 5th-Il a. in., class
day exercises; 8.30 p. mn., annual con
cert and reception.
Wednesday, June 6th-1l a. mn.,
alumnae meeting; 8.30 p. mn., comn
mencement address before the gradu
ating class. Colonel J. C. Hemphill,
Charleston, S. C'.
Newvberriains in Utharlestoni.
The followIng notice of two prom
ineat citiz.ens of Newberry Is taken
from the News and Courier of the16tIh.
They have benen In the "cit.y by the
sea," attending the meeting of the
Grand Lodge K. of P.:
Col. Walter Hi. Hunt, of Newberry Is
among the Pythian delegates, and, al
though a new member, he is among
t'3e act,ive. workers. Col. Hunt Is a
talented lawyer of his city and Is held
in high esteem by his p)rofession and
The Hon. G S Mower, State Senator
from Newberry County, is one of the
implortant delegates. Mr'. Mower, like
the rest of the delegates, Is In favor of
the Exposition... He says ho has heard
nothing detrimental to the project and
believes It- will go through. M r. Mower
is one of Newberry's representative
en. Hie has only recently announced
I self for re-election and It goes
tout saying that he wIll be Newv
elery's representative in the Senate
@ years to come.
n,1VMoon and $tars
nothing eclipses the Parisian
Styles in Hats and Bonnets we
bought especially for the Ladies
and Misses of Newberry city
~pd county f9r the' aummer of
ORAT T H EM will convince
enQ tfiat ours are .the prettiest
ad cheapest to be had. Our
$' took of Millinery Is con.aplete,
Oome arnd See Us.
VARIOUS AND ALL AiUr.
Newberry certainly lis the base
A good raiu would do considerable
b. W. Simpkins, Esq., of Laurens,
was in the city yesterday.
10low about the early closing. Tihe
clerks are anxious for It.
1am Jones' Is headquarters for base
ball news. Ask Tom Pope.
1. 1-1. Hunt., li'q. went to Columbia
yesterday on professional business.
See the exciting races this evening
at 6 o'clock by the firemen-on Main
Holn. Geo. S. Mower is announced in
this paper for re-election to the State
Mr. J. 0. Dunston has moved from
H1lena into one of the houses on Pur
Adjutant C. F. loyd wants yourname
by tomorrow ovening--if you are going
Tihe E-lxelqior reel team will leave
for Charlotto Monday at 2 o'clock over
the Southern road.
Prof. W. 11. Wallac went up to Green
ville today to make his arrangements
for moving there next month.
The young people who intended giv
ing a moonlight picnic at Spearman's I
Springs tonight have given away to the
An extra communicatiou of Amity
Lodge, A. F. M., will be held next Mon
day evening. The M. M. - degree will
There will be io preaching in the
Lutheran Unurch Sunday owing to the
absence of the pastor who is at,tending t
the United Synod.
The early morning train on the South
crn now has on a mail agent and brings t
tilu uMaIl regu'%rly. Newberry is sim- i
ly in it-su to Spleat<.
Prof. N. I' -kulf. wh o is Superinten
dent of t.he II ig h Shool at tienrietta,
Texas, has been selecWd as one of the
instructors ot the sunmeir school at
Re-v. M. G. 3 Sol-over, Dr. S. T. IIail
man, Mr. v\ . 1'. 11 ,useal, Mr. and Mrs.
E. 11. Aull are attending the Unit,ed
Synod of the Sout.h this week at
Salem---Winston, N. C.
Manager J. W. L. Arthur, of The
Newberry Shuttle and Handle Factory,
has rented and will move into the
Werber residence on College street.
The firemen's t,rawberry and ice
cieam festival will be held from 6 to
12 o'clock this evening. You can be
served at Mr. J. W. White's residence
between these hours.
Miss Imo Cunningham returned home
last Thursday after having finished her
school term at Smyrna in Newberry
county very -satisfactorily to trustees
and patrons.-Saluda Advocate.
The Excelsior Fire Company's amuse
ment parlor will be open this evening '
from 6 to 10 o'clock for public inspec- c
tion. The citizens of the city are in- a
vited down to see what comfortable
quarters the firemen have.r
WVe thank Rev. Jas. L. Kinard for an
invitation to attend tihe commence
ment exercises of Leesville College
from June -3d to 5th. Miss Frances "
Ecline Werts, of Newberry, is a mom
her of the graduating class.t
Prof. W. K. Sligh has received a let
ter' from several of the members of the
astronomical association of B3rookl3 ni,
N. Yr., stating that they wvill come to
Ne.wherry to observe the eclipse oil the
Mine IHost Jamieson, of "The New- ~
berry" has engaged several room to
astronomers from the North whlo will
come to Newberry to observe tile eclIpse ~
of the sun on tile 28th inst. Some ofl
the gentlemen will bring their fapilles.
TIle firemens ice cream and straw
berry festival wvill be hold thIs evening
ini the yard at Mr. J. W. Whlite's rest
dence. Should it rain, those who hol
tickets should call at the Excelsior
Fim e Company's room and the tickets
will be redeemed.
On account of the Twentieth Mlay e
Celebration, Charlotte, N. C., the
Southern Railway Co. will sell tickets
to Chlarlotte and return at tile rate of
one first-class fare for the round trip.
To members of Fire Company, round
trip tickets at $2.90
Dr. E. P. McClintock will conduct i
the installation services at Providencer
CJhurchl, in Laurens Count,y, to-morrow,
at whioh time Rev. WV. A. M. Plaxcor
will be installed pastor. Dr. A~ eClin
tack will be assisted in the services by;
Rev. J. 13. Hlood.
There will be a meeting In the old
Union Church in West End next Mon- I
day nighlt at 8 o'clock, in the interest I
of the Knights of hlonor. J. W. Todd, I
Grand Dictator, K. of H., will deliver
an address. Public cordially invited.
Special invitation is extended to lad ies.<
The State Democratic Convention
was held in Col mbla on Wednesday.
It was a quiet, h' rmonious assemblage
of the politicians of the State, and
nothing of a startling or surprising na
ture was done. A report of the pro
ceedings of the convention will appear
in our paper next week.
Reel Races, Hook and Ladder
contesta, bursts of speed by trained
horses, athletic contests of all kinds,
base ball, foot races, tests of strength;
for valuable prizes. Fantastic pa
rade of the Elks. Every Lodge in
the State will be in line htr fancy
costume. oRiding Oanels, Riding
Oxen, Riding Mules, during the 20t.h
of May Gala Week at Charlotte, N.
0., provkid. yon take the Seaboard
TO AV 811MM HALL.
Viho Newberry Iliasella Assoclation Or
giluIz,.I o-So,noin F4,1in Iaill LI) 1,oo
Played iero ThI
A num1ber of baseball enthuslasts
lid that at tills timw means pretty well
,ho wholo town - net in 0he opera
louse Tuesday night and organized a
Baseball Association for Newberry.
The imecting was pretty largely at
3lleded, and tbe organization wits pr
ected as followe:
Presidelt-11. I,. Spearian.
Vice President-i). t. Copeland.
Sec. and Treas. --Z. P. Wrigth t.
Team lIanager--C. J. Purcell.
Board of Directors-To consist of the
)>llecrs and R. II. Welch, l-q.
Tle association is to be known as
'The Newberry liaseball Associitioi."
Those who desire to take stock i tle
kssociation should see Mr. Wright, at
)lee, ats somlietling oVer $600 of the
;1,000 has already been subscribed.
'The very best players that cal he
iccured will be put on the team, nad
omne excellent games may be expected
Watch the Newberry sunl.nr team.
"Ill weeds grow apitae." lr)Iirt ie
nI Your blood will also gr.owV tnle, A .\vu
womptly expel them by taking limid's
TEli EXCCl.SlOlt 'HAM.
hge Firemetn wio \Viti uo o,n -.oo Ciii
lotte Tracc to l1ring the i'rizo
Money to N, twhrry.
Tile E-<celsior 1tiel Team and a nuim
er of the membe., of the Compnmy
Vill attend tile firemen's toulrnanw,t'llr,
n Charlotte, N. C , next wiek. The
cam lihs libeen practicingr for several
ays and 11as been m11aking1 some priItty
aces andI good time. Wedinesibly af
crnoon, in a practico, they Imlade I le
rab I-ace inl time that would win in
.y tournliment.. andl(i ir they (1o, as well
ii Charlotte they will be sure to cip
urn a prize.
Tile team will ling up in ICharlotle
,s follows, with Mr. 'T. 0. Stuat, Jr.,
Buttnman-T. 0. Stuart-.
Pipelmlan-W. S. lelton.
Blrakeman-C. N. Kinard.
Slackmlan-B. I. 1"awlisoni.
Wrenchmlan-I. 13. Wells.
Ttongtemen--1. K. Blats and Ar
Pipemen-David Mittlo and Guy
The team will leave here Monday af
arnoon at 2 o'clock over the Southern
tailway, and will return Thursdty.
'hey will be accompanied by a number
Dicsovered by t Wo,ian.
Another great discovery has been
anade, and that too, by a lady in t1his
ountry. "Disease fastened Its clti(ches
pon her and for seven years she wit.h
tood its severest tesis, but her vital
rgans were undermined and deat1h
eemied ituiient. For three months
Ie coughed in1essatl y, aInd could not
leep. She tinally (discovered a way to
ecovery, by purchasing of uis m bottle
f Dr. Kilng's New Dis- ivery for CIon
umlIpl in, and( wals so much~ relIeved
ni taking (Ire,t dose, that she slept all
1ght1; anid withb two boLltles has been
bsolutely cured. HeIr name iai Mrs.
.auther Lutz. Thus wurtes WN. C. Han
ilek & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Thial
'ottles free at all Drug Stores.
Regular size 50c and 1.00. Every bot
Bieduced Btts Over the 5ou'hen.
On account of A nnual Meeting South
r'n Wholesale G roers' Association,
he Southern Railway will sell rounid
rip tickets to Charleston, S. C., arnd
eturn at rate of one fir,st-class fare for
ho iround tip fromi all p)oinits oni its
inc. Tickets to be sold May 22, 23 and
41, wIth final limit May 28.
Annual Session Impierial Council Or
er~ of the Mystic Shrine, Washington,
). C , May 22-24, 1900. On account of
his occasion Sotuthern Rail way wt'ill
cll round trip tickets from all points
n its lino to Washington, D). C., and
eturn at rate of one first-class fare for
lie round trip). Dates of salo M ay 20,
1 and 22, with finaLlimnit May 27th,
Southern Railway will sell sIde trip
ickets from Charlestor, S. C., at rate
*f one first class fare for round tr.lp to
it.. Auigustirie, FIa., Pensacola, la.,
lobile, Ala., Now Orleans, La., Merciid
atn, Miss., Birmingham, Alit., Chatta
ooga, T1enn., Wl'hito Sal phur Springs,
'a., Washington, D. C., Norfolk, Va.,
rd Intermediate p)oints. Tickets will
e sold Ju mly 1-ith, 1900, w ithi final limit
uly 29th, 1900, to hiolutre of return
ortions of round trip) ticts sold to
Iharlestoni, S. C., accorint A nnual Meet
ng Nat;onal E~ducational Associat,Ion
t.ch return portIOnis of round tr-ip
ickets to be deposited with agents from
vhom side trip tielsets are purchased.
'Egcnts willl Issue receipts for tIckets so
leposited andl upon presentatIon of said
'ccelpts will return to orIginal pur
,hasers tihe return portIons of round
,ri) tickets deposited. For detailed in
ormatlon appl~)y to any agent of the
3outhcrn Rallway, or Its connections.
On account of annual meetIng, Wo
nan's Foreign Missionary Society of
south Carolina, Grcenvillo, 8. 0., June
37tb. July 1st, the Southern Railway
1v11 sell round tri p tickets toOGrecenville
or *3.75. Tickets to be sold June 26th,
37th, 28th. FInal limIt July 3rd.
On account of 'Southern Wholesale
Grocers' Association, Charleston, S. C.,
May 24th, 29tb, 1900 t,he Southern
[tallway will sell round trip) tickets for
non (1) first-class farn. Clh ildlren uinder
live (5) years of ago andl under twelve
(12) years, -one half fare. Tbckets on
sale May 22nd, 23rd and 24th. With
final limit Ma.y 98th.
TIIlC JC A I N IN cl.:liFI1t'il).
Theo Gruat Qiiiiin withetaryn 01a114,il OnI
ott Ace,n t 4,f Hlti -T lio
1'h11Y(d tIk Mortihti.
Tho Ne ' ry basubai0 tettia, after
failtling in )ry possible elfort, to get,
tie South Carolina Collego team to
collie here and play a gaine with them
onl the local Oiltilaond-li galet thalt, w11s
iule Newberry !in retlli ti for one pllyed
ill Coluillbia, 1 "amieO that had been
faithflitly aat Silerely promised New
berry by the S. C. manti-,er, and one
that Newberry ha bm a right to expect.,
ieft for Cov li-ia paserly to play ia
galie wvith themil again on their own
gronll)ds, Vt iA.I goes to Show that the
Newherry bo.., :e namle of the proper
stu'f and have a ,ilicient and neces
sary 110tnount of grrit to play hal.
There Iru l,st hi N e beenl it least, lifty
or iixty chi/:is to accollillay tVhei to
the C- p1iti lAt,y to -'ev our, ha t,oml
and (ever smi I1rilly Weddington,
Vo up a1gair., the WlOVd rIenOwIIld
cbampdion o i he Irooklyn, N. Y. teamn,
'\eJamles, but th ey were doolm d to dis
I j)jpoi 111,V:iIl Lth e1 1 iC M. 0 t iell( L in
Lerfered, causii- thel galuo to be post
ponled un11til l1i' 1. mn. We only lviol
thit Newhrry c..ould lvo gotten tle!
r.till anid COCnIIIIJA pulled oil' thle gamiel.
As sevealt wl . dowl to retilln last
night, h Y wilna., in labotit, (1 O'clock
somewhat dsnpp->kted. They report
that (iPinion " to who will wIn is
A Mbout evetly (lividedd ill ('tlbilltt, blt
thit ihe Nev h I 'y cOnltiogelit, is hold -
ng Ip their -IkI of t1e ille Ittalldsor''
3-1ad iLy Iwth boy", be victurioll.
' ! he i t, Ia ite 1* 1 butiltt
I s (t it Id by - p!!r dy S t s wIh Iose
-;1( 11111Ja i lt . Vkr il- ( lut of ti er.
\ll 411ch sihoulA: ki."w t im' Mh'. .K ing's
New Life lm4, I a ndc fui Stoitich
.mm!t I.,vpr lo'-:mdy give. - t slidid
ippltile, Solli A rit I' t i- tIl regiliar
bitCVly habit lIt: W to t rl theatllth
lid givat u li'jg'. Only .icents at :%II
1 'of.51 i 's i i V ' il - ti t i tea
.ler. A. .l. 1I") - o., ut N: Ih'% lry oI -I
IttLed I tt, l't ,(- da i ate ill thr
lu.1theran (' h it . I :v. Me . 1lai.ton
1ndauct d r euI ar'-ie idn l the
I ltaptist Cu-h 11th Lervieces Were
Niteresting xiwell aitterdod.
Il'of. sh le , evinjoyed a, 1ost, pleas
Lnt visit fro i -11h; brothcr, ai Ir milnent,
nember of t he (Nlumiua har, duringp
:,he Week patst.
l0o. C. T7. Wyehle, Mr. A. 1-:. P. Be
lnbaugh ani Or W. 1E. Lake wend down
o Columbia Tuetday to z-Attnd thetdo
itate CoinveI. t on.
St. e1d 1. W eeler, rIopriotor. of th e
Winisboro it,ecl, Ca0 (OVer oni a visit
Monday, acoumied by his Pon , r. OW
11and. Jke has Ilmny frionds here-L Who
are alwlys 'h(lnd to see Shi1y.
Rev. . W. ledelnbaugh and layman
A. G. Wys. ai e attending the Synod of
L,he Lutheran Churtch att Winston, N. C.
Sident: lixcy fIariman of Newberry
olgc catme homne on at visit Friday,
thcompanied by his friend, Mr. lack.
Phey returned to Nwberry Sunday.
Mr I. Gs 11Isel . o.f ir s Itoo1 visted'
Mr'. J. MS Hirghelaidan viit ftoCo
lumbia lst wiek, cobinigh busies
Mr. to Jr. Khrs Ifn Edown to Irmo onl
M.1Cii~ ol.Marsall, Shee'ly 0an the from
Mst Lily Aein who taulgh c'omsic
t tIhe home of her' p)arents in Atlanta,
1a. Tlherec ar1e manyi warim friends of
,he br'ide in l ospeit,y, anld we all
wish 11er unalloyed'C( hlapp)iness.
I hearti that the youn11g 1man1 wilo wats
(0 sadly13 disapp'loi nted in not, being able
to visit his "best girl" at, l'omartiia a
eCw we'eks atgo(, mlade a successflI tri p
Saturiday3. Giurss he0 got in the fruit
ind( Fren2Ich candIly "'racket'' L,his time.
CommenOIcCeent neCxt Tuelsday aInd
WVed nesday, aLnd ever'ybody will attend.
T1hursdaLy, .3I:'y 1'ith.
(Comies fromi 1)>r. 1). 11. (Cargile, of
lies of IClectrlie liitters 1has cured Mrs.
firewI r of UCI0CofuL, wh Iich had1( caused~(
her great stull. ingI forl yeari s. ITerriblle
wores' woldI breakI% out oIl her'I head and
lince, and( 1 It.hbst dolt.or'a coul giv51 e no0
hlp; but he )1eurIIte is comple) t e and1( het'
liit Ie('1 is tIhe I-o r t blood ipuri lier kno1wnI.
It's thle 8up~rc Ill Irmedy for *Cezemail,
tetler c '. , rh enmI, U ni es, ha11Ils and1(
rI igest lol, buti i-Iu p th tH ren'gth. Only
50 cents. Seld by aill dIruggists. (Ouar
On account oif Corncemenlr'ft Exer
cises, Clemusoni College, Clemon, S. C,,
June1 (ith, I I hi, t,he Soutlhorn RaiLlwaLy
will sell r'ounld tr'ip tickets to Calhoun,
S. C., and1( ieturni for $1.-15. Final limit
On account, of t,he Republican INation
al Convenition, PhiladelphIa, Pa,. Juno
19th, the Southern Railway' will sell
rouind trip tickets to Ph i1adelphla for
one(i) first,-chas fare. TJickets on saln
June 15th to 18th. Wit h final limit,
On aIccounlt of PrIohibition) Confer
once, Columbia, N. C., May 23rd, the
Southern Railway Co. will sell round
trip tIckets to Columbia and return for
$2.25. rTlcke3ts to be er 1 May 22nd
and 23d, final lImit May 20,h.
FOR SALE2 OR RENT.
MY yREUSIICNClC ON (CALDWECLr
.Strect; also for sale buildIng lot
corner Caid woll and C'ornella St,rcets.
Possession given 12th Jnuo.
W. H. WALLACE.
Go to Jamllicsonl's for Clothing.
83.00 Oxfords 2.2,-, atCJ Jamikson's.
$2.25 Oxf ordss I.05, it. Ja111ioSon's.
$1.0 Ox fords 1.20, at d fll it'sol's.
Misso' Iild Chirie's Oxford,; at
wholosilo cost, ait J lit) iesol's. f t f
A big lot of Latdios' Oxfords in
lachk and 1111T , 75 ets. to 1.2. to
ho closed out at 00 cts., ait Jai11o
son '8. f tf
Go to Jaimoson atid ho wvill always
Soll you goods cheap. f itf
Don't Inliss tho oppoitlility to huy
it pair of 'hm [tiln Slioos tal 111114
soi1 is st,lbn1g for loss than cost. ft if
-$,-.00 Vici Tanl 81h'Ns $3.61, ait
Jieson's.fl5 f if
-1.5)0 Tan Slovs .:l. 2, t ht shoos
flr ats good as enll ho Inall" of
leathor, at 1a11ioson's. f if
A big lot of misqs anId hildrons
oxfor(s & siindals to ho closod out ro
glirdlo.S4 of cost. '11amiosonk.
.1ust r(eivvd .a ilw lot, of Lillv
13rackott's finlo sLlo'l formln.
('ontlemol oxford ties ju-t ro.
ceiveI lit Jamlieson0is.
A lot of '.ilk l'o.;m,Im shirts ".0c. &
S.00 . ovjst roe' I at. .18lamicons.
11yN yIlr.gomds froml Jnimliostml :and
-ml will -;t fir"t chl!s "oods adliat.
rig it pricO. f if
]')yI) your good-, from 1 111m1if-ion
111(d you will lind(] 1theml to bo ju, ws
vpr etscl l-41. f I f
- ..- -
Now is the timn to buy a w
we h l a rg1t sIu ek it atst sto In0,
ait J:nuil'.ol'. i f
tist. re0COivod, a lot, of Bov's Knlt'o
Slits, C5 ets. to 2 lit, Jvlison's.
Lad'os' Oxfordk, 75 cis. to $1.25,
now k Octs. it 1i'Sol's. f tf
Misses and Chli'roll's Ox fords an11d
Sadials a loss h11111 cost, at. Jamnio.
-oi s. f tf
A big lot Cothmnadvs thad. weoro
boiugt,t bororo advaniev, that, wo ar1e
ellinig chioap, at i amn ioson,m. f t f
Go to '111m1iesonl's ntid bu113ly a pair.
of Lilly Brack\t"'s Tan Vici Cloth
Top $5.00 Shoes, $1.0 1. f t f
A big lo .)' Suits markd down to
Ilbotit, half pricc, at Jaitiioson's. f tf
A big lot Nogligoo Shirts it 88 ets.
it Jaliioson'm. * f If
Jaioson1001's 18 the plaico tht sell8
(ho Clothing, goods well b)oughlt aro
no0 1rouble to soll. f t f
is otyliash anid up) -to-dalte, Jamieson011's
is 11ho pla[c(. f if
(Go to Jaietsoni's and1 got, your
Oxford Tie0s boioro the sizes' aro
b: okon ; Ithey aro selling for Iless than11
cost to man8)ufalcturo todayi. ?I if
You enni buy13 a $1 ..0(0 Suit for
d'R)(0 at Jaieisoni's, andit goods
guiaranitood to 1)0 all right. f tf
C'hildroni's Suits 0.) ets. at Jamio11
80118. f Ir
WVo haIve th larigost stock of sum -
moer woight Clo:hinog wo haivo toer
cait '1dO1; Co:d, s 1) et1s. to 83. 5. A
blig 111n0 Ss'rgo Coaits an'd Vests irn all
W\o Ihave .1 thi l ay i mrkeod downv all
ourii MCen's 'uTan Shos; $:1. ;0t Shoo no0w
$2.50; &. 1.50 now 8325; $5.01) now
$8,11J. Theiso ar Lily ''I rackett's
b'est goods, thoro [are nono1 het ter', at'
.Jaison20f's. f I f
seconid hantId clothinilg b)olught by
Tw~~o l4ounds4 .\ rhtuiklo's I loihst 1Coioo
for only3 25 eents a it M o8ley Bros., I >ros
porlty. i*t.t 21,
FoIr firty Ci n314.
1It)on Foot1 I 'low- ocks1(-at the New
XVe hiavc reduced2 isii our05Il 11 hulgj.y
and14 waIgon repa41ir ilhop. It will he to
y'our wvork djone elsewhere 1'4.
Oneo and1 two-hos wagonsI'h~~l for sale1,
Imade(1 by us8.
WeV aro hteadquarters01 for t.he IHuck
Gilve u1s a call.
'It f. The1 Ciarolina M fg. Co.
Ask to soo those0 Children's 8.0(0
Suits thaft wo ario selling att $L.37,
at 'Jaiesoni's. f tr
Band CjontestQ, Prizo Drills [Pa
rad(e5, Shamin Batitles. Ta'iko the chil.
(dron anid granldchlildren to 1tho 20th
of M~ay Colobrationi at Charlotte, N.
0., by3 the Seiaboatrd Air Line, May
Closo calculation 11as put t he num..
bor of Veterans at the Confederate
Rotunion at Louisville, May 30th
June 3rd, at 40,001), and the nlum)
bor of visitors at lO00,000. The bulk
of them wvill truavel part1- of tho way
by3 tho- SEAROA tD Al R LiNE
RAILWAY, because it carries them
through tho battleolds 8t
TI11) City Cmilwit to) 111.41'evt i Fe I re )'.
r:mr( maenw i ,ts ., filrter im at F-ivo
Thllis aft.vtrnoonl is t he timlit set for1 t he
annual i nispectionl of Ite city fir eI
)a rtmIIenIt by the .ity council.
''he parade will he fornled inl fron t
of the ERx-elsior's rool at the hoirl
IIatIed ahove, ItInl the Imarllch will be
froinl ther te o) tithe volon mi ill, and into
O'Neal I st.ree, thene to .N,Khlen anId
into Hwoumbu'y, fromlliHoumdary into
.\dans Itnd down Adtaim, into Mainl,
ad tiow i ini ll to the publie t(Illlre,'
where tic reels will bie :-tationctd and
the departiuent inspect.ed bly the vity
Tie i of - 1-utreh Will be f(rmdLI a3
Monbati dI 1'ol ice.
Wost. Vl-:d lrs lMl .
Chicl' anti -'irst A,.,is!ltIl.
Sevodn .\ssistat hie anld the ix
The E-xecelsiol. Comlpanly.
The (A'Ittn Mill Comtipany.
l::tle Ieel Team.
Aetna Iweel Tvailn.
Vouing .\mlericall Truck ('ol.panly.
Iunttiv iatly ater thLe inswetionl
soille eixc iting t'e l l'ves wvi! h r1111 olIl
An <>lir Irovi ti i i t V t 1% U ers.
Is yoour Iood I 'It.? A ro \oit stire
of it' I)o euts and heaattis in-a slow
ly? DosyuHknitho un ave
youl pimIplv:-? Ex-:pution? A\chinl.
Blles or icek? (-e.nr )>Id -ore-?
I ;oildi? Svi-oftlay? Itheimlatill? Fl-'ul
IIreath? Catarrh? Are ou paey If
So poitify y' 3mltt Mo.l vt one, with
1l'. K Itl. (lIotanlit. ! , h Wn . I t.
Iakes t.he blod ure n1d1 od hivils
V'Iery or an'0 d IIed s a1 i eaCt, sm11o It,
healthy sk i n. Doep-seate< cad ik
Il ec crs, 11v( I r ietI. e s I -t I o ki ulrII
swelins, iod pois,1n atre (11ickly
enreed by Hi. I,. It., lotdo espoviall *y fo r
all obslillate Wiood and skinl Ixtrnhles.
It. It. 11. is (lifferent, f roml t ho e e t:
dies, hIN-uISO 11. It. It. r I W 1he 1poi01n
:2 h I(IIuor) I - ou1t of t Ie blood a1 l 1111 r
systei so the simptolits calliot rt I'rn .
1Liiveo i t a tIr ia. 1 teuI]reC. who- al1 elseI(+zo
iils. 'I'hlorwoulgh1y. tested f"lr th yi
yetrI -s. 80ld at. 61i11g stores aI. $1 per
hair-e h t te, ti hu-r hit,tleI (full tretl
11 eIt) $5. %-) sui'tivrs llay test, it,
t rial uotile given away absolittey free.
Write for it.. Addi ss 1 Hl.00 i .\
C(l., A1tlant,a, ('a. W rite today. D)e
S121rib trouble aid free Imledical Idvice
I. Paris Green kills the
Potato Bug. We have
the Paris Go-een at
11. A good time to
plant Red Valentine
Beans. We have fresh
and reliable Beans at
111. Tanglefoot sticky
Fly Paper catches and
gets rid of flies-pestif
erous flies. We have
the paper thatwill catch
IV. When nee d in g
medicines get the best.
We prepare the best
by graduates in Phar
How Are Your Eyes?
Only Orn oeks MeLro in Whui (o
Halvo Th'lomx E~xainediQ( and
Fitted wvith Glasses.
0011 'SSth 0111d 1111y
this itchMnc to Oitted aliomoy i
ofc him,n his pricare reasnabo, hto
makes notharg foril eanlations.t'
Oandc hIjours 1f ormy9 a. m. untilt -
dom. nxcot aturda and3'li5tI M oda
oa f mhi pice ar, Crowoell o o
NoesC cmattrhow fobl (XtheIldot
frans thomrsfo wilb9l a. n nd
overy9 p atnin wl gvno h
SEAB0AltD Allt LlNE RAIL
WAY to the ConIfederat'itO lRonnfion at.
Loisavillo, May 30th-J une 3rd. 31-.
Among the dlistingulishedl visitors
at the Confederato lleunion Admiral
and Mrs., Dowovy are (xp)ected and(
will bo given a grand1 ovation by.the
GIrand Balls and public addlressos.
Open air conucert s all the time. Thons-5
ands will ho in Charlotto, N. (..,
during the 20th of May Gala Wocok,
May 22 21-2425th. Tfake the Sea.
board Air Line.
We are selling the best 2nd Iatent
floiur ()n eal-1.h for $3 1,0. C. J. Puritcell.
INCI's highi eu t brogans at 0. at
f t . N. A. Itenwick's
The biggesCt cost salo that ever, hap
pened in Nwherry is going On at
f tf M. .. lenwick's.
I"'Onwick has a few m1or0 of thos
Serge Suits left that you cav buy at
cost. f tf
Ilig line of Crash Suits, Serge Coats,
Alpaca Coats nild Vests, etc., It cost
this week at I"onwick's. f tf
Why is M. A. Itenwick selling so
llany good.i ? lecaluse Ie is selling
Clothinlg, Shot s and Hlats at cost. ftf
Dirop in at M . A. lIenwivk's this week
antId iy a suit, hat and pair. of Shoes It,
Cost for. Cash. f tf
All Clothing, Shoes and I[ats at, cost
for cash at NI. A. iLenwick's. f tf
We are seling the best Ist patent
flou' Iado for $l.15. (.J. l'ureell.
LadiVs', M1isses' and Children's Ox
fovd Ties at cost, for two weeks at.I M. A.
lienwick'. i tf
A big cost sale is going on at 31. A.
ienwick's. f tf
I'mbrellas ateost at M. A. Renwick'p.
Straw IIats in pr-oftisien at cost for
cash at Itenwick's,. f tf
New lot of Summter Neckwear, at,
if I ien wick's.
ii linite of Suniit V nderwemr at
Stf M. .\. lienwick',.
i eiser's and crosset t's Shoes rot men
at cost at 31. A. ltinwick's, f tf
Biig line of Negligee Shirts at . A.
Rumwick'S. f tf
len's Suits, lioys' Suits and Chil
dren's Suits at cost, at M. A. I Zen wick's.
Clothinlg, Shoes and lats of at kiids
Itt vo;t at N. A. I Znow ivk's. f tf
Negligee Shirts in profusion at NI.
A. llellwick's. f tf
A11 k I inds of Hats at l Ienlwick 'v this
wi' i d l n N % wc lk it (i(t.
Vivi K id Shoes for. menl inl Tall and
lla,k at. vost for t.wo Weeks at, l. A.
iten wick's. r tf
lueceived at var. load of feed] 01ts.
Eit'ly A mer Cane Seed, t00. peck, at
G. tIle's Corner I)rug Store. ti fU
We wilt sell 3oll corn & havon cheap
1r t ian atn y ILIoe in io 0w) see us befor
)it. i ng. C. .1 -i reell.
II'ratt,'s lorse atid (Jattle P,owdets,
best on the market, only at GildeC's
Corner Drug Store. t&f tf
llungarian Millet, its good as any,
$1.00 I per bushel at (1idCIer's Corner
1)rg Stoie. taW ti
New lot of New England Watches
just in. Come in and sU us.
t Lf .Daniels & Co.
You will regret it, if you (o not sec
otr Stock of Clothing before buying
your Spring Suilt.
tf S. J. Wooten.
Gemnan Millet Seed $1.75 per bushel
at Gi lIdet's Co!.; I I )tug Store. t& ftf
Ladies' ready-made skirts 5 cents
eatch, and better ones at all pr'ices, at
We lit the hiardt t.O fit corrt'et cloth ing
at right. Prices at WooLen's.
Catr load Tennessee Watgons just. re
ceived, Newberray lIirdwar'e Co. .t&f-tf
I f yotu needl any columins, halutster's or
L,urn'ed wor'k get 0our pritces bef(ore you
buy.'. We wVill save you mioniey. Satis
fact,ion gtuarianteedl. Srtii' I 1os,
One far'e for' the round-trip) by the
Seaboardt A ir' Liie to the 20th of May
tGala Week at Charlotte.
Vireshi Chocolates and Iobonts at
Gilder's Corner' Dru'g Stoie. t&f tf
Nort,h CaroltinaL's Naval Iliero, Lieut.
Anderson, who cut the ciablo at Santi
ago, has accep)ted ian intvitation to be
I)resent during the 2t,hI of May Gatla
W~eek at Charliotte, N. C., May 22-23-24
25th. lie wvill go to Charlotte by tho
Seatboaird Air [Lin
The G;ala Week att Charlotte, N. C.
May 22-2:)-24-25t,h, will be a Spring
)poetacle of sp)Cleor. TJake the Sea
boitrd Alt' Line.
Wttch for dates of special tr'ains by
the Seatboard Air L' ine to the clebra
Lion of the MIeck len bur'g Declaration
tof Ind(ep)endene att C2harlot,t.e, N. C.,
Tiheire will be $1,000.00 in ptrizes for
l"iremnen's contests at, the 20th of May
Gala Week In Chatilotto. Take the
Seabotard A itr ILine.
Gre~atly r'eduticed rates by thie Sea
boardt Alt ir Ln e to ( 'harliotte, N. C.,
durlintg the 2t,th of MIay Gailta Week,
M ay 22-2:i-21-25th.
Our sceen dooris itie guairatnteed to
stOp.llies-atnd givie sattisfat,tin in every
pat,icuhlr. Stewarit br'os.
l'. I1. Leslie, M an,
We canf stop thiem---the II1!es. Uso
our scr'een door01 and windows.
N. TH. Leslie, Man.
An, Enwcitlt, toithmt 2Huir.
A shop whereo you can get what you
want and when you want it,.
E'. II. LE'sixF, Mttnager. t&ftf
Energetic men and women to reprei'sent
us5 in eccry locality-3l to 5 dollar's prt
day easily earned. For p)articuliars ad
dress, J1. H. Got.jen, 220 KIng St.,
Charleston, S. C. t&f 21,.
A seven room Cottage in town of
HIeelna--good garden and water-for
rent, at five doliar's per~ month.
Nigh teen p)oundIs of granulated sugar
for $l.( I, at, Mosley Bros., Ptrosperity.
Two two-horse wagons, a mower and
rake and one good mnule fotr sale on
easy terms. A pply to
M. B3. OA LDWELLA.A
Prosperity, S. 0. 's.