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nights of Pythias,
Newberry L idge No. 75.
T A T E C .C VIINTION8 OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday ights of each month
At 7.30. Visit in :KInights cordially
welcomed. TilS. E. EPTING,
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel .uilding.
NEW11EMR. V MARCKET.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
H am s.................................. 12(014c.
Best Lard ....... ........... kq)l0c.
Best Molas"es, no crop...... 600.
Good Molasses...... .............. 26@50c.
Corn ............................... . 650.
Meal ....... . . .................... 60c.
H ay................ .. .. ............ 90c.
W heat Bran........................ $1.10.
1st Pr-tent Flour.............250:41.50.
2nd Best Flour.....'.............. .25.
Good Ordinary Flo ar...........$3.253.75.
Sugar ............ .........5 6C.
n ice,.................................... 5a) O . 0
............. ...... . 10( c
!seed meal, 1. er sack. 41.15.
llo, per ewl............. 36c.
per lb ....... ........... 15a)20c.
or dozen ................. 12ec.
ie, each................... M5@25c.
o, per bushel....... ......... . 85c.
r, per bushel................. 55c.
ts, per bushel ....... .......... 35@40c.
cot potatoes .............60(75c.
rkeys, per 1b ....-........... 6(a) 8c.
odder, per cwt . .......... '75(a9oe.
Newberry Circlt Conference.
'i he second Quar:erly Conference of
the Newberry Circoit was hold at Trin
ity on Saturday, the 19th instant.
Preaching by Rev. R. A. Child, P. 1L,
Conference in the afternoon. There
was a large attendance of officlal mm
bcr and a satisfactory financial report
Sunday morning I he Presiding Elder
preached a masterl: sermon on the sub
ject of missions to a large congrega
tion, at the close of which the Sacra
ment of the Lord's -upper was admin
After an admission of an hour the
pastor, Rev. ). P. 'Aoyd, preached to a
STATE;F 01110, Crry ot, Tolxr)o'
LUc.As Cu NT v'.
FKANX J. CHENEY ins- kes onth that he Is the
seNio1 partnerof the i 'n1 t.1 F. J. CHFicy &
do.,loligbislies in) the City of Toltdo
Counl HI aII Statlo nfOnISAId. filnld till.t 14af14
firm will pay tlie suin of ONE 1IUNDRIED
DOLLA RS fOr each a It every ea-e of coitarrhi
that can not be cured .v the use of IIAILL'S
lRANK J. Ci1INEY.
Sworn to before iw I- al Aubscribetd inl my
presence, this Uth (lay tc Decinber, A. D. 1886.
A. W. GLIEASON,
Not ary Public.
11all's Catarrh Cure is taken Iiternally -id
acts (lirect.ly on the b cd and inue- .r
faces of the system. -xid for testi' IW
1ee. f. J. CliIE IY & CO., Te
Hold by droggists. 7; .
Hall's Faa fly Pills ar the best
A Welcoine for ie "Old Veth.
A correspondent writes: "I hearfl a
gentleman from fL,!sville, Ky., say
that the reple of at, city are ready
to welcome a great crowd at the re
union of the Confe' 3rate Veterans on
the 29th to June 3d. and the occasion
will certainly be an enjoyable one both
to the people of L uisville and their
Rehr ol Closes ilth a Picnic.
Mt. Pleasant School, taught by Mr.
L. A. RIser, will olo 'e the sprIng term
on Saturday of this week, the 26th, on
which occasion thece hill be basket
pienic and an add resi will be delivered.
The public is cor'di.dly invited, and a
rare treat, is in store for all who come
with well filled bask Ats.
Robbed Ii: i Grave.
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver-of Phidelphia, was te
subject, Is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadfuI condition.
My skin was abuiostysllow,eyessunken,
tongue coated, pain continually in
hack and sides, no napetite--graduially
growing weaker dnv by (lay. Three
physicians he d gi ci n me tup. Fortu
nately, a friend r 0-"l:'d try in g Elec
trio Bitters; anId ta. my great joy and
surprise, the first bottle made a decided
Improvement. I cr-ntinued their use
for three weeks, and am now a well
mnan. I kno w they saved my life, and
robbed tihe grave C another victim."
No one should fall to try them. Only
50 e., guaranteed a;t. all Drug Stores.
Thanks for an Invitation.
Prof. W. E. Black has our thanke
for an invitation to be prese,nt at the
commencement of r(ee Mar College,
Hagerstown Md., Ni 'ty 26-31. Follow.
ing is the program of the occasion:
Sunday, 27th, 11 a. mn., baccalaureatc
sermon by Rev. L. L. Sleber, A. M.
Sunday, 27th, 8 p. im., historical die
course by Pres. C. L. Keedy.
Monday, 28th, 8 p In., session of Lit,
Tuesday, 29th, g p. Im., elocution ro
*Wednesday, 30th, 8 p. m , musical.
Thursday, 31st, 10.30 a. mn., corn
May 27th will b: the seml-centen
Snial of Kee Mar College, and the quar
4to-centefnnial of President Keody.
Ye,August Flower still has the larg
sale of any medicine in the civilize<
Id. Your mothi r's and grandmnoth
never thought of using anything
for indigestion or biliousness. Dec
s wore scarce, andl they seldom heart
~ppendicitis, ner' one prostration o
~ rt failure, etc. t'hey used Angus
ower to clean the system and stop for
Sentation) of undig'eted food, regulat
'>e actionl of the liver, stimiulate th
ervous and organ Ic action of the syt
'em, and that Ise all they took wheo
- feeling dull and bid with headache
and other aches. Y ou only need a fes
doses of Green's August Flower, in 1~
quid form, to make you satisfied ther
.A iething serious the matter with yor
F ~ or sale by W. E. Peiham.
VAHtIOUS AND) ALL AHtOUV'.
lion. Geo. Johnstono went to Green
ville last week.
It is only six days till th 3 total eclipso
of the sun occurs.
Gen. John Gary Watts spent Satur
day in Newberry.
Miss Elliott Duncar is visiting rela
tives in Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. West accompa
nied the firemen to Charlotte.
There was a most enjoyable pieniC
at Spearman's springs Saturday.
Master W. L. I.1 wson of Helena has
gone to Clinton to visit relatives.
Mr. John M. Taylor Is nominated for
the House of Representatives today.
A successful school exhibition was
given at Utopia Friday evening.
There were several scl,jol picnics in
Newberry county last Satui-day.
Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Cannon paid
a visit to relatives in Prosperity Sun
Frank Jones. colored, died suddenly
at his home in "Graveltown" Sunday
During the storm on Friday a barn
oil Mr. J. W. Perkins' place was blown
Hon. C. T. Wyche of Prosperity paid
The Herald and News oillee it pleasant
The outlook is that there will be a
fine crop of wheat grown in this coun
ty this year.
Mr. I.. W. Riser, telegraph operator
at Bartow, Ga., is on a week's visit to
Miss Maggie Williams of Bengard,
N. C., is yisiting her school-mate, Miss
Col. T. W. Holloway of Ponaria wor
shipped at the Newberry Baptist
Mr. It-by 1). Shovkley of 11elena went
down to (olumbia this morning on im
Miss Lizzie Copeland, after a two
weeks' visit to relatives in Clinton, has
returned to Newherry.
Mr. J. I-'. Aalm-, of St,. Louis, general
agent, of the U l',11 : 'aciie It. It , was
in the city Oi 61,.ile46 Saturday.
Heavy rais accompanied hy consid
ci-able wind fell in the Silver Street
and Prosperity sections last rt-iday.
The Baptist, Sunday school will give
an ice cream festival onl the lawn in
front of the church next Friday even
Miss Sallie Pearson of Columbia,
Mrs. Agnes McBeth and Miss Pearson
of St. Louis, are visiting Mrs. Y. J.
Dr. B. N. Kibler and Hon. C. T.
Wyche, of Prosperity, were visitors at
the meeting of Amity Lodge A. F. M.
wife of Rev. D. P. Boyd, who
.s been on a two weeks' visit to her
,ou in Unton, is expected to return
Prof. Luther Riser, principal of Mt.
Pleasant school, spent Saturday and
Sunday in Newberiy with his mot.hetr,
Mrs. S. A. Riser.
lMr. B. E. Koon t-eturned home Sat
ut-day from a week's visit to iends
and relatives at Vaughanville. IIe
says that Crops5 in that section at-c look
Communion ser-vices will be held at
Cannon's Cteek Chut-ch on next Sab
bath, with ptrepariatory services Sattur
day. Trhe ser-vice Saitrday and twvo
on Lot-d's day.
Mr. D. A. Quattlebaum has returned
home fi-om Saluda Count,y, wvhere he
had chat-ge of a lar-ge school, lie will
resume the exercises of his school this
Chaplain Wright intended to preach
a ser-mon to the firemen Sunday even
ing, but it was postponed to some fu
t,ure date at the request of some of the
Mr-. C. P. Pelham, who has been at
tending the South Carolina College.
has i-eturned home to assist his father
in the man.agement of his magnificent
Miss Hughes, principal of Utopia
school, having closed the' session, r-c
turned yesterday to her homle at York
villo, greatly to the regret of her nu
Pr-esident Gee. B. Cr-omner and Mr.
Wmn. P. Houseal have r-eturned from
the meeting of the Evangelical Luth
eran Synod held In Wilnstout, N. C.
The Nowberry College baseball team
returned home yesterday, having failed
to get a game wIth Orangeburg. Thc
game with Chat-leston College on lasi
Saturday is hot- last game this season,
Mr. W. M. Edwat-ds handed in hh
resignation with the Cartolina Manu
factur-ing Company yester-day. Heo w il
acOcpt position as collector with a lar-g
publishing htouse of Philadelphia.
The oflce force of The Her-ald ani
News will enjoy a short rest, as theil
two "devils" have gone with the Fmni
department to Charlotte. May the goo
Lord have mercy on Charlotte.
Mr. E, B. Wilbur, fotrmer siuperti
Itendent of the Newberry cotton mills
now holding a similar position with the
Gaffney mills, paid our town a pleasan
Ivisit Monday. He was accompanied b;
his wife, who will remain over sevet-a
Sdays with friends.
SPastor G. A. Wright preached
Splain but forceful ser-mon at his churcl
.Sunday morning on Sabbath obsers
sance. He presented his argument i
rsueh a plain and shr.ple manner that I
was compelled to carry weight and cor
vietion. The pity is that the whoho c
Nowbharry did not har. thn ermon.
TilE CIAIMr W ITIl CAtOINA.
Tho l'rettlct (111,no of tho Sealsolt-I Ike i%
sillt Tiot-Two to Iwo.
Thite surprise of te beasoil wits the
way in which Carolina handled New
berry this afternoon in the game wili1h
Wats postponed from yestei day. The
teatit for (al%rollina Was to have been a
scrbi) temil, With Dr. MaeJalles in thle
box, but, 1)r. Mite.James was inlable to
stay in the eily today. As it was Coich
lIiley an11d )diorne were the only le' n
besides the regular. com1posttio of
Carolina's teanm 'Te gati lk!Ws called
ott ReCOU11t, of Oat kless at tho end of
the eighth initn, v ith the score 2 to 2.
Wedditgton, Nowbert v's greatt pitch
ur, did not, prove the cyelone thit Wis
Ox peeted, sivrikin)g ouit only.% G alm N *,old
ing hits. MAldonle pitched at line glme,
cotisidering tie heavy hitters that lie
was up igailnst. mii mms iste d
dohle play was one vi the ber-t feat
tites of the gaie. Biliett. wls con
Spieuous oil acecou it of htis i ae batse rl I)
ling atid good balltuilg. Wiles ma111ce a
pecuiliar eatch lit third by,V joi.1glintg the
bll for a while ubefore getti, g i, -etl,-led
inl his tit . Both teats did !!ood tichi
ing. Da .is and Wiaddil w re s
Cilly good to-day. 11 C patine was a
most, exciting onle andil th 11ve ecl ."'a
Wis VOrY ent.h111silstic, 11Ot,w ihlsliaiding
the (11111)MSs both Of th1e w4at it- an'l11d
of thte gran111d Stanld SCLtS. PoPOV it,-,, is
the official score:
SCOF I?KIY INNIN(-.r
Carolina "...--.".0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0- -2
Newberry '".".0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-- 2
Stolen Bases-Newberry 1, C urc
Th ree-blso 1I its-- -litnet-L 1, Beu11se 1.
Double 'lays--C.rolii,a 2, I)avi. to
Riley, Rilley lunassistedl.
Itnse on Balls-Off Weddinton 2: oil
lit by Pitched Balls- 13We dVC(-dinl,_
ton 1; Malone 2.
Passed Balls-B.y leus!c 1.
Wild l'itches-lalone I
Struck Out, -- by Malone (i, Wed6ill"2
Uimpire-fl. N. Et.dnmns.
bores-Moses anld Setz'ler.-N' 's
THE- G.AME IN CPLEl.-ST0N
From Columbi the Newihet rv Col
lege team w.ent, to Cllarlesto ain(]
played a gamte u% ith Chllarilstol Colitpe.
'ie gamt resulted in i score of o to 2
int favor of Charleston Colc.,!o
Batteries Charleston Coile.-- C.
c"Olough anld Slai,tery. Newberry Col
lege-Weddington and Beusse.
Weddington struck out 12 non and
allowed 8 hits.
Cocolough struck out 0 men tid l
lowed 6 hits.
Moeting County Extentllvo Committee.
There will be a tmecting of the Coun
ty Democrutic Executive Committee In
the Court House on Saturday, Junc 2d,
1900, at If r'clock it. mn. Business of
inpo-tance will be transacted, and
every mnciber is urged to be present or
Send at proxy.
A. E. P. BI:uu.NntacuIi,
Prosperity, S. (C., May 19, 19)00.
Ton OitIzents of Echool istriet No. 21..
T1here will be a meeting of t.ho e'ti
zens of Schtool District No. 21 on Fri
daly, May 26t,h, at 4 o'clock p. in., for
tihe purp~iose3 of conlsidering the advisat
bility of levyinig a1 one-muil tax on tile
taxable pr'opbery (of said d istrlect for
free public schtools of the dlistrict.
JT. D). SIHEE.LY,
Chm. lId. Trustees District No. 21.
May 14th, 19)00.
Mt's. Frances Elizabeth Cr'omer died
at the home bf her son-in-law, Batch
tman Cromer, A pil 12th, 19)00. She
was born lar'ch I 7h, 183l1. Heir fune
rl w.~as held att C'olotny Church. She
wats at conlsistet memberiC of the Luth
Ctrani churiich, iand died In i-lho falih (of
thte blessed Redeemer. None knew
her' but to love her.
A Thtouisand Tonigues
Could ntot express the rapi nre of An
tile E. Springer', of .1125 HIoward( si.,
P'thladelphiia, P~a., whent site found that
Dr. King's Newv Discovery for Con
sumptlin had conmpietely cured her oIf
a hacking cotugh that for many yeais
had made life a burden. All other
remtedies and doctors could give ther nto
bell), but she lays of this Rloyal Cutre
-"It soon1 remXoved the pain1 ir miy
chest and( 1 can now steep) soundt(ly,
somfetthing I can Martcely remnember'
doinIg before. I feel like ..ountdin' lia
praises throughout the Untivet'se." So
will every one whto tries Dr. King's
Newv Discovery for any trouble of thu
Throat Chtest, oIrLunp~,. Price 60ce. andt
$1 00. Trial bottles free at all Drug
Stores; every bottle guaratei.ed.
We attended the school entertain
ment at Johnstone academy abotut twvo
and a half miles east of Newberry.
Whten we reached tihe school house
which is a well constructed two-room
building, the exhibition was well uindler
way and coan tied three solid hours
longer. Trho sontgs, recitations and1(
dialogues were good and shtowedI clearly
that some splendld school work had
been doht'q in thIs community. Thue
teachers, Professor D). A. Kleckley and
MIss HattIe Leitzsey, have juist reason
to be proud of theIr pupIls who acquit
ted themselves so admnirabl,y well.
The stage was prettily decorated with
roses, cedar and rIbbon grass.
We are especially Indebted to Mr.
J .. C. Noel for' courtesIca extended to us.
- After the entertainmnent was over,
SCounty School Sutporintendent Hliggint
made a short and appiropriate address,
A inuntiful dinner was then spread fox
the four hundred or more people -wh<
- were present. N, 0. PYuacs,
I :enpso m ti,t rit(Iomm,in. -
I'rof. Iigelow wr-ites that. tihe pirty
of observers from \\'ahing- ton will ar
rive next Priay. There will Ibe in the
party P'rofe..or anld irs. '. I. Bige
low, of the Weather Ilureau: AIr. and
Mirs. Itoberdeni nuehann, of the Nau
tical Alinae ullice, who, has for many
yea'S coinlpt,ed the eClipe data of the
Weat,ber l31realu: and Il'rof. 1o.', Mh
teorologist of tie I'nlitcd Statis Ilydro
g iteiC olli l . 1)1. I i;,koW XI i '' .A
to select a site anld et up li i llru
ment.s riay afNt-noon. btrlavnla
Iig lit, two fre l c.t us v ill be deik -
ered in the opi . (On Ih) l'roi.
Abbe on "The \\'catier Bourea, its
paht, prewen" d fuwuro,"Maml theother
by Prof. Iligelow onl "ObClevations of
Utim uit lveuit'ell ( of llw Al1i'il Ft i iilile
We are indebAt d to Rtev. I Ind"rwon
N, Alilli', 'resident. for an ilnvitatiw
to Ile presont, at the- comm! nxtAmentl t x
MrVises of Niont A\1m,-na Felmice S i
nary. i\lay 2ith, 2-th and 2th. Th1h
t'radutine lL class" coisiL oif cig: ht yonin:
ladivs, and 111non-r thi-4 numb1er v:e nlote
the nunt of m iss mary inche 8et z
Iet'r. of 'otol-il, S k.
it t 'I fo rt.bbi i o g e ri e.
Wouhi liekly hleave1 you, ify-mo used
D)I. iing'. Nt,w% I,ilo P'ills. Thons-tudk
llof mlerr have pro.t. O wl th I in:teh.
lems mieri t for M-ik antd Nrivoism HiIa
nehrs.1 They Inl-:-ko purt blood 11114
iirong Ifr - bm i uild up yt;tr heall h
Easy to hi, Try them. Onky 2-5
cf11 t i I\ l ' iitte t i tt' l it t cIlr I
by all Dings-i-s.
FIre. Near "1131binltonl.
The barn alld 4olAvltfi e n 11. &
Kohn of I'ro.perit.y, on t h ir M ii'
place, near iyh!iton. w:ns burnoti on
ItHO night of ,h Wth. I1,kh VstimateCO
at about U1L. IL iNsuranc . ( i gi
ofixre unknotwn It occurred at alNt
So'clock at night.
Li v Ixureti.
'The lect,nres in 0.ni. opera laouse Sa
mIday nig h' hy lt of Mi. do i 1.
Abbo will oe intrtie antl in dcruit.
van d i of t ai v we ir t K ie o :ikm
pl:q'e oll M ord-ly, Illov oilt-71, l ( .
W ill ofteni ofau1ho :I hri ill, 1lhi
Sel , 'u oraBriles. . nes-n was ica
t h I e es t ilw ho wol](hi wvil kI
Ilie 11:6i a ironotly W ! it. (!tr 1-f
h l) I So ls, Fever m 'cs, ' N- , 6t s,
I h ,I mIns. C r,, u lt i o r upti1ol.
Blest cu9 tre onl corth. O'ily 2,7) v1s. -I
wbx. ('ume GuaratcrOl. i Ili by nt
The lInen,111t 1 s ti41val,
The festival givi by the Idies labt
briday for the benlit of the vliemni
was a mlost enljoyable alyair.. New\Vbt,r -
ry has one among the blest fire dpr.
ments of the State, and merit the kid
considortioi, of the citizen,; who di
everything thoy eould to muake, the ft,e,
tival ai succesr. A neat sem was ral
ized. Alich crodit, i especially dul
tht ladles whoie good muanagemit.
made the 11ar a SlcVe.s.
The presnt,l isctsulsion of the w
Neberry irded SchIool isk drawing toi
larle i ,opeahos(oheeenn
ThJue 8th.mc Shore addr)lesse i'
mae Cb.y members for the tenth woradey
ad thoe ocin e pacadfrwhneaby
ne. Cofmer ofrewelsarIfr thleige'b
lc cordir apla c h invit,icd.
theopa whre yunihedn het, whato
wan and.we o ati,
Eu. WL EisaL yo mana e. 1,&ftf
f Iti nsecton tef Firemen.1105
TeAna Sinpetion of thei New
day1 aft,eifo and spwitesed byla
thie fto Coni foa good wo iirka they
nas mosf texc eesnt to,heir geneL ,
raeorderl happaa.Te mus lrlell i)C of
teday was fdurndbyshe bye th Wtst,
IyoneAny coluImns, balster. o
Larne Thr gyete of prce negoe yoi
thucont W-win angyo moey.ue nSai
fackion guar,nteed. SITAwT hip. i
clIEd to LSLIN Mikantagwa, sent t .
N AieofFIH Nucetsfua T u:tletter, 8
Pr-~oT1cIs IJ. B. O:.ellY Cilwy of
Bellwood,I vil c malp a Ipnt Saturday
n thecit. fDai I.wdtin
minr,fso Inte. iobtlwa 'ost p riia o
himey Ct,e agood diilnarin 22i
ay mot exceent A.e) c h. That o'Loi
ae,sevnebythe fact,m,an wl thridat hr
AnEuapeda Cofnvit. o
ayt 1Thrda 1000. heneres
the cuntychai gan escape neat
We are sellilg t1e best '21id patent,
floutr onl cal, for $3 Vu. C. J. , 'ti'rclI.
t&f t f.
We arc selling tho best Ist patent
flour inado for 1.15. C. J.. 'urcell.
Fresh Chocolates and Honbons at
Gi ldtr's. (orn' ) jug Stor, t& tf
()r -cret'llen i oors arte pi1taranteed to
stop i-- and Ive satisfacOtio inl every
partienliar. ste.V:llrt Ir
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l.:-tHly A minb i, Cam-. 1)e , -p k, i
(ildcr's Cot'lret' )rtl SLt e. to I If
Wt. will !-oll youl coln & haeoti 4-ehou
0.r. lin1 ally ollo ill tow.' Se.(, us b-fol
buying. C. .J. 'urckll.
1I-at.t's 1lorse atd Catile I'm b.do
biest oil tim m:trket, o l ' (ia
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lttig r llr ;1 M\lPlet , ats oti :t a nn)
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H. New lot, of Now Imghtw! 'A:tcho
ju4i L inl. Cornio inl and IwO us.
t tf Daliek & Co.
it Youl will regret it if you do not sco
oill. Stk )(Ic of Clothing before buying
>yourt splng Suit.
v t. S. .1. Wooten.
Gerinl-atl Mil!ct, Seed $1.75 per bushel
it Cilde-'s Corner I)rug Store. t& ftf
Ladies' readity-mlado Skirts 35 cenlt.,
each, and bettoer ones it all I'loori, at
W I litihard to fit cor'rect, clothing
ait rlh -rice-, at W ootol's.
Car toati Tennessee Wagons just r
Ceived, Nc vberry Hardware Co. tcf.tf