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Th%re will bo a -(eeting of the Na
tiotl I j l(. iext, \l(onday evening at
11 (A-lock. .\11 1M iAbers are requested
to be LIeiet.
. CA ANAUUi, Pre't.
NeV York Coton I vehango Firm Fails.
(iic, NlCO,.llic-k & Co., big Now
Y ork cotton l.:E lanige Firm, failed
yestera(1ty. Their 'os8 is estimatcd at
$:1,000,000. The .ilure of the firmi
Cau"Sed ia ttiuble it the market from 10
V) 14 points. Otj' r failures are ex
0amt of Hall.
There will be -match game of ball
between Johnston Collegiate Institute
illllediat,0ly afte the eclipse of the
Still ol Monday m. -ning. Weddington
will pitch for No -berry, and as John
Stonl has a strong 1 am, a good game is
Death of Miss ilary Thompson.
Miss Mary Thoi pson died yesterday
afternoon at the I -me of her brother,
Dr. john R. Tho:%pson, in this city,
an illness of .' few weeks. Her re
will be buril.d thi afternoon at
mont Cemetery at 5 o'clock.
Hohool Trust >es Blected.
7"At a meeting of the Board of Trus
es of the Newl-erry Graded School
held Tuesday ni,ht Messrs. G. W.
Summer and G. M. B. Epting were
elected trustees to fill the vacancies
caused by the rcignation of Messrs.
John C. Goggans and W. F. Ewart.
These gentlemen come under the inhi
bition of holding two ollices.
The Kind ot klustle Wo Like.
Newberry bids fair to hold a good
card as a manufac.uring center. Her
industries are in lustrious. The ma
chinery for the , landle and Shuttle
factory, but receni !y organized,-bas al
ready arrived and will be placed in po
sition and opdrated as soon as possible.
That is right. "Bustle" is the word,
and if everybody wiil get 'a hustle on
Newberry will soon head the list of pro.
gressive 8outhern 'ities.
The gentinmen t ' large observation
and study who aru sent to Newberry
by the Lepartnet at Washington to
take atronomical observations of the
Cclipie will leturt In the opera house
Saturday night. These lectures will
be free to all, given solely for the bene
fit of the people, a.-d everybody should
improve the oppor unity to learn much
about the "whys and wherefores" of
the sun, moon and stars. Let's all at.
tend the lecl ures and become a wiser
and mayhap a bett- r people.
Wili he Total in Newberry.
Town rivalry breaks out in new form
in South Carolina. We may call I1
"eclipse jealousy." For the moment
cotton mills and baseball clubs are 11
the shadow as sub, ets of competitior
and are wholly dl regarded. The obh
.ject of burning am..>ltion is to be in thc
line of totality. N town where a ini
of the sun can be i en on the morning
of May 28 is of any account whatever
and the town, no ni atter how undistin
guished ot,herwise which is to be thc
scat of scientific 01 servation feels t,hai
it has a claim on ti e special admniratiori
of the State.-The -itate.
To-morr*ow there will be a game o1
ball on the college grounds betweet:
the Johnston Col: 'giate Instit,ute and
Newberry C'ollege The Johnston hoyt
will bring over a .trong team, and onc
of the best games of tihe season is ex
pected. The gamie will commence
promp)tly a 4:30. 'l. here will ho another
game between the game teams on Mon.
day at 9:30 imundiately after the
elipse. Don't fa'l to see both gamnes:
there will be son o good ball playing.
Admission 25 and 15 cents. Let every
b)ody turn out, ae these will probably
be the last college tgames this season.
Our (Gradd Schools.
The graded schools of Newberry are
n earlhg the close of the present sessiori
and preparations are being made for
commencement. Boundary St. School
will have its closing exercises in the
opera' house Frid.ty, June 8th, at 8.3C
after tea. The teath grade or gradr
ating class consists of Miss Bert,ha L.
Davidson, Miss El hel V. KCinard, MIst
Caroline Mayes, Master William. M.
Mayes, Miss Susie E. Summer, Mise
Bernice Todd, Miss Pearl West and
Miss El Dora Williamson. These will
furnish the enter'tainment of the
occasion of June 8th, and President
Geo. B. Cromer of Newberry College
will deliver the addrass to the gradu
ating class. This school is a mat,ter' of
-great pride to our people, and a large
audience will witness Its closing exer
Dull for Service.
1 have a fine service bull. Charges $1.
f&t4t C. W. BIsHOP.
Story of a Slave..
To be bound huu rut and foot for years
by the chains of dIsease Is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mich., tells how such a
, s lavo was made f ree. lie says: "My
wife has been so helplees for five years
that she could niot turn over in bed
alone A fter using t wo 4bottles of Else
trio lItters, she Ie wonderfully im
Prtoved an~d able to do her own work."
eases quol unnrvuns,sep
> less, nmelsehohly, piendache, backache,
faluting and dizzy. spells. T1his mirele
working medicine ms a godsend to weak,
sickly, run down po'ople.s Every hot
tie gg aranteed, uuly 60 cents. sold
VARIOUS AND ALL ABSOUr.
Seasonable rains of late.
'lth for the Excelsiors, anyhow!
Mrs. M. M. Buford is on a visit to
Mr. I. A. McDowell Is visiting his
father in Laurens.
Mr. A. J. Cook of l1endersonvillo is
in the city on business.
Mr. G. W. Hodges of Spartanburg is
in the city on business.
Miss Sallie .)ones of iDyson is on a
visit to Mrs. E. [. Aull.
- Miss Lyl Brown of Cross 11111 is vis
iting the Misses Carwile.
Will we over have a sewer system?
We shall sadly need one this summer.
Miss Alice Mazyck has returned to
the city after a pleasant visit to Co
Rev. G. A. Wright will preach at
Helena Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Maj. J. J. White of McComb City,
Miss., is visiting our city, the guest of
Mr. L A. Griffin.
Miss Daisy Waller of Greenwood is
visiting her school-mate, Miss Moriat
Martin of this city.
Miss Eva Riser, who has been teach
ing in the graded school at Kigstree,
has returned h6me for the summer.
Children's day at Zion church will he
celebr-ated on Saturday before the third
Sunday in June. Full program later.
Mr. Randolph Watkins, a leading
merchant of Richmond, Va., was in
Newberry on business during the week.
Senator Mower, Mr. A. C. Jones and
Rev. J. W. S'peake returned yesterday
from attendance upon the Prohibition
Conference in Columbia.
ir. J. I. Watts, railroad mechanic,
after an ubsence of several weeks in
Columbia has returned home for a few
days on a leave of absence.
Mr. R. C. Williams is having his res
idence, and the Friend street entrance
to his furnit,ure establishment, beauti
fled by a thoough paiativg.
Mrs. E. H. Aull, who accompanied
her husband to tno meeting of the Ulni
ted Synlod in Winston, N. C., has re
turned from th pleasant tour.
Let the board of health do its duty
thoroughly, fully and promptly, and
thus avoid sickness and pirobably death
among our people this summer.
In order to allow the pupils to remain
at home during the eclipse, the graded
schools of the city will open one hour
later than usual oil Ilonday next.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley of Helena hs
been confined to his home wit,h some
thing like grip for a week or more, but
was improving when last heard from.
Pastor W. S. 3. Ford of the West
End Baptist church is conducting a
protracted meeting in GafTney. His
pulpit here is in good hands during his
The estimable wife and daughter of
Rev. J. 0. Werts, of China Grove. N.
C., are visiting relatives in Newberry.
May their stay in our city be pleAsant
in the extreme.
The first Invoice of illustrations for
the forthcoming Greater Edition of Trhe
Herald and Ne ws was received on Wed
nesday. They arc masterpieces of the
Get a piece of glaos and smoke it so
as to be ready to view the eclipse next
Monday morning. You can see it very
nicely through a piece of ordinary glass
smoked on one side.
Base ball at the college to-morrowv
afternoon; Newvberry College vs. John
ston Institute. It will be a great game
as both are strong teams, and in good
condition. Don't fail to see It.
Mr. F. M. Long is having built one
of the handsomest cottages on Main
street that have ever been erected at
Cordeal. Mr. J. M. Welsh has the
con tract.-Journal, Cordeal, F'la.
Renwick is running a new schedule
now, and if purchasers dont want to
get left by the train they had better
consult his new schedule on the first
page of today's Herald and News.
Roanoke College, Salem, Va., will be
represented in the list of those viewing
the eclipse from a Newberry point of
view by President Julius D. Drehor.
Mr. D)reher has many frIends here who
will be glad to see him again.
Newberry is pleased to entertain Rev.
J. T. Millar~d of Sumter County for
the summer. Hie wvill fill the pul pit of
the West, End Baptist church next Sun
day morning and evening. May he
take back to Sumter, if ho ever goes
back, pleasant memories of Newberry
and her people.
Good four-room dwelling house in
town for rent. Stables, garden and
other land. Possession after 1st July.
For particulars apply to Schum pert &
Holloway, attorneys. f&t3t
Fine Cows for Hale.
I have a few fine cows for sale at
I&t4ti C. W. B3iSr.
Does it P'ay to flny Cheap.
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, 'but you want something
that will relieve and euro the more
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and. more regular cli
mate? Yes, if possible for you, then in
either ease take the only remedy that
has b eon introduced In all civilized
countries with success in severe throat
and lung troubles, "Bosebee's German
Syrup." It not only heals and stim
ulIates the. tissues to destroy the germ
disease, but allays inflammation, causes
easy expectoration, gives a good night's
rest, and cures the p)atien'.. Try one
bottle. Recommended many years by
elldrugists in the~ world. Eor sal.e by
W. E. elham
Ai Euterti,,io or La,go 'rop,ortions aenad
(Special to 'ihe State.)
Nowberry, is a manufacturiag town,
is chlelly known to the reading public,
and, I mt1ust, say, to tho travellinrg pub
lie, too, thirough its successful cotton
mill. And this institution was never
more successful than at pr-esent under
the management of M V. T. J. McCrary,
than whom there is no bettet' cotton
mill piresident. He not only has the
ei.tire colifidenlce and support of the
stockholder-S, but, inl aniother sense, he
ptoves himself ia iodel mill president.
Ilis intercourse With the operatives
aind their families is of a beneficial
ciaracter. In his quiet, unlostentious
way he0 mingles with them--isiting
them in sickness and in many ways
beinrg helpful to them. So much so
that he has their affectionate conli
dence una(t esteem.
But it is not"of this enrterpr-ise that I
p'opose to writ especially. On tie
north side of Main street, betwven the
Iailr-oadand the pliblic squlare, ,Lere
stood, a few year-is ago, an nItpreten
tious wooden building used as.a wagon
shop. A stock company ws Ifoirtmd in
1887 undri the name of thi ('arlim.
Manufacturing (Compny for tie put'
pose of enlarging the business of tios
forsaid SShop. At fir'st it, was priopoted
to manufacture wagons and other ve
hices, bit soon began to make coiios
in a small way. As this last, line r-e%
in importance i1 other work was dis
cru'ded until now it is, stietly speak i ng,
a collin factory, though ttill bear-ing
its original name. which, by the wVay',
Is not very significant. A visitor to
their big conceri would give a suipris
Ing revelation even to a large number
of the citizens of the town. Tney oe
copy a frame building about, 80 by 250
feet, part two stories and part, three
stories high. Here you finid in use
about $10,000 worth of the finest, ad
latest imiproved machinery of all sorts
ncccssary to their work. One muacli ne
alone, a polishing machine, cost $1,000
They take poplar and *chestnit limbher,
diess it, Saw it, steara it, bend( it. and
make froni it daily it large number of
walnut, oak and rosewood collins-fron
the plain, ordinary kind to the highest
grade of piano finished or cloth cove rd
wiskets. They use boards of oak, watl
nutand r'osewood to convey these s(.v
eral grains to their work. In the de
paitmeint wherie the cover-cd -ow.ls are
finished off they have a skillel w. ik
man who is a veritable arti.t in his line.
And the samne may be said of theit
other finishers. In fact, they employ
about -10 men, aill intelligent aid skill
ful wor'ktnen. Their whkite enmel
goods are petfect. They keep two
tI'aIVelig men on the road all of the
tihe, Working sever'1l States.
Judge M. A. Car-lisle, president of
the National Bank of Newberry, is the
president of the company, and Mr. E.
A. Carlisle is the manager; and he is a
tianager and no mistake.
I hear that they think of adding an
other departnent to use ip their waste
mtaterial, but that, is still in the futui'e.
tismnarck's 3ront Nerve
WVas thle r'esult of his splendid health.
Indom Itable will arid treimendous erner
gy rie riot. fotund wt'here Stomach. Liver,
1 idlney and( Bowels aire out of order.
If you want these quralities aind the
success they brinr, use D)r. Kings'
New Life Pills. They dev'elop every
powert of birain arid hodly. 0Only3 25e at
all Dr'ug Stores.
I"resh .Candies at Gilder's Corner
Dr'ug Store. t&f tf
Six t)'clock Clouinrg.
The cler'ks in the cit.y ar'e r'ejoiced at
the early closing t.o be inaugurated oni
Mondlay next, as it will alord 1klai'ge
number of faithful employes an oppor01
tutnity for an hour or two's "'outing'' at
the close of the dlay. This will be
pleasant, antd we plead for t,be faithful
"celipp1er' of saumples"' and hope that
every nmer'chant will sign the list of
early closetrs here given:
"'We, the tunder'signed, mer'chants of
Newber'ry, het'eby agree to close dur
places of business at, six o'clock p. mn.,
Sat,urdaty's excepted, beginning May 28,
and continuing until September .i,1900:.
M1. L. Spernarma & Co.
C. J. P'ur'cell & Co.
E. M1. Evans & Co.
Nowborry HIardware Company.
W. G. Mlayes.
C. & G. S. Mower Co.
S. J. Wooten.
D). C. Flyun.
W. A. Kinard & Co.
M. A. Renwick.
Riser Millinery Co.
Wilson & Co.
iR. Y. Leavell.
0. M. Jamleson.
We hope to see the names of rall busi
nes houses in the city on this list in the
very near future.
An, Article of Merit.
Reuben, S. C., May 22, 1900.--Mrs.
Elliott (Crormer of this place Is among
thoso who are praising tihe weoll known
medicIne. Hlood's Sarsaparlilla. She
says manny bottles of it have been taken
in her family and that ib lsean excellent
medicine for old people. Hier husband
18 now traking it for his blood. It 18
pleasant to note the words of praise
that are bestowed on an article of
Are grand, .buit Skln Eruiptionis rob
lifa of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve
curea them; also Old,~ RunmnIng an1(
J"ever Sores, U lcers, Holls, Feldons,
Corns, Warts, Cuila, lirtllses, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, ChilblaIns.
Best PIle cure ott earth. Drives
out Palas and Aches. Only 25 ot8. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
'12 2'EXO%;"10i(,;i HE~ t t
THEl- FACIA,01( .l rT WCN.
tinavoibi l Avehl til. 1'revetit tlt(im (Ijeturkeo
of tim, 'rizm- lin :iarlof tc--A iecill
tl ho Proutit of- -Chatriot to
a4 11litiling C'sly.
Tihe Exvvlsior. tev Tlineant ret,iried
yesterday ftoml) the great fireitn'll; tot
InmIent in Ciatrlotte, delighted V47i0
the Ltip and car'ied away with th1e huls
tlinlg IIad hust li ng city of Cliltl-lotte, tnld
het kind and hospitable citizenmis and
While omi' lire laddies Ve so utnfor
tunalite a 10t, to sukckceed ill caping
the priz.. l'onvy on the ramcos, they have
no canse to be asiotnted of \% hat they
did, for t h0.I have set t rCcoId whi(b
no tim i tih' Sout h has veIt su e0VdCd
in lokching, that, of m1akinlg the rab
r-eel IIce in 1, secoids -titie r-ecor-ded
by the judges antmd water shown at thw
nozzle. ( )Ver cot: fidenoue at th crvitwai
Ul,me it the maeew the veilos of lo ilng
thie iloney, however. As water vt'l'
11r1oghl the h10e .11 ap llarLd at, Ih,'
nozzle the coupling ait the hydranIIt blUW
ol, which threw tlIQ Nxvelsios ow.u of
01,he I-ate. It wats tho mno.t howa11tiful
I'Itee of tit tourIait, Inmi th1e- syli
pathy antId plwaise of the t hou-1 Ids ps
ent wee'o with tilie bs. 'I'wo turn-lis
ltore at the hy-s-dianlt wouhli h(ave wonl
dhe rafce andl set a i'recor'd fot' th worbi.
[n the raItce Lo teal itis were inteted,
tmong which were the oldest, and most.,
oxper'ientced inl the Caolinaits, aInd only
one, the Pialmettos of Cohl Ilnbb -,t, heat
thle 1-xcelilrliunnin to thle hlyrat,111
aidlt they Only beat. thei two-liftlis of a
second, Ot- tim1ie to tile hy wits
13 2-5 see ids -the otliers ranged fiom
1-4 to 11.scvonlds.
Inl 1ih10 st-Raiglit -RaeC an22 12n1 fo't una1(te
Icident, whielh ould I ot, h e it-lped lost
the race for' the NewbCTry boys. A 3
the Signal was giveni to start o of the
mlentl o the ton?gle of the 'Cel slipped
atid fell, delayi the reel at least two
anld a half setnds a2nd only tht'ee mien
continuing in the itaco atte' the faill,
tmtking the iee in 22 3-5 seconds, only
One second behind tihe time of tile team
that, aitcl ) red the first pr1-iZ-.
'I hle boys iiade such a 1intie record that,
they did not hiave the l ppeaukrane aft.er.
wards of a defeatedvii evowd. They tma.1do
tile liineSt,a ipear e in 2 i 1 t agnifi
eent paride of anly cotipaly oi tile
grounds. The reel was ba111tifully dec
or'ated in gay co!ors, aid the applause
they 'vecived wis conlutillouls Ilong tile
line of ma'RCh, Which was as I(ot.C11-linaly
acknowledged by tile boys lifting tht-ir
They did iot winl tile monvy, but
they certaitily won the good will of the
people of CharItvtte, the esteemii of 1l1
the firemient who Wire preenIlt, an2d the
,;miles and be!St, wisheS of the ladies.
No better behlved set of youn,g men
ever' left i city, and tile eitizons of New
belvy alive Our' world for. it, that they
will never have CLUSe to be ashamed of
her reptresentatives in Charlotte oil th is
- Of COLI's, the boys saw "ROscO--who
CIts them alive,", they also 'saw
Geot'ge"-antId soiie few saw "llenson,"
while others took in the sights oi 1 id
waty, in ail ate prod of th Irip and
had ai huge time.
Chai'lott.e is an2 enlttrpriing, huts
tling, mnufactur'ing city. 1letr bnisi
neOss men0 are atwake. to her1 interoiests,
and2( in a few years iheri poplationI will
rechti the 50,000 tmark. TIhey knowv
how to advettise thiir city and trleat,
t,hieir1 gueosts 121 a hosplitable antd pleas2i
an21.t2!mannerO wh'ileo they are' thet'e.
The Excelsiors have nlamIed thir
beauti ful racing teel "'1Tne Otto,'' in
110210r of t.heir2 noble cle f, whoi( conitrih-s
utted S sotmuch to th.e pleasureI'l of their~
tr2i p itn (11artlotte, and1( are an xioutsl'
awatin g [lie next 20)th of Mlay cel'ba
Lion in Charlotte to r'ob some2 of thet
witn)nig teamlis (If t,he champ Iionshi 1p
of t,hie Sou1th. Weo are layinig for' them.
Mi'p. Michael Cur'ttain. Plain fiell, Ill.,
2ma2kes the tattteent. that sihe cauight
col, whieb settIled ont her'1( lags; she
was traeated for' a 2month1 by her failly
phiclian,2 bt grew worse5. l.1i told
hte' she wias a hopeless victim oIf con.
suimptioni and(1 tiat tto mitcine ctnld
emte her. Iler drutggist suiggeted 1[).
Kitng's New D)isctvery for' Con
su m"t Ion; she bought.a bottle itntd
to her dl'ight foundt( he(rselft heelfitled
from the firsit dtse. Shie con
tinued0( its use0 and( aifter' ta kIng six bot
tles, foun ld hler"elf sountd Itnd well; nowv
does her ownI houseHwork, and is as well
as2 she ever' was. Free t rin a los oft
thi' Great Discovet'y ait nIl 1)rutg
Stores. OnIly 50t cenits and $1.00, evety
bIottle guaran teedl.
I. Paris Green kills the
Potato Bug. We have
the Paris Green at
II. A good time to
plant Red Valentine
Beans. We have fresh
and reliable Beans at
Ill. Tanglefoot sticky
Fly Paper catches and
gets rid of flies--pestif
erous flies. We have
the paperthatwill catch
IV. When ne ed in g
medicines get the best.
We prepare the best
by graduates in Phar
Is Needed to
SjSq, c call theim odds
,I[([ cids--a (.1do cxpressionl
--one t hat. Incalls soin sizes
of variol.s filles. We canlot,
fit everyb'hody, but, those that.
we canl fit call hY s 11its 1
ning f'roni m to ,,-,.t.50 at a
discou lt. of over,5 ) per cen t.
Just think of tlat, it Ineans a
6l5.00 suit for ;'7.50, and a
$I0.00 suit Cor S5. 00, etc.
Tiese suits cost us nmore, but
We are boild to s.'e1 to provi(lu
rooil1 for new oods. You get
We Overloaded with Chil-1
drenl'sSuits and these iteins
tell the story:
Neat, Suits for flie little fil
lows at G5 ceit. and on up t he
line by easy stages, $l.:18,
(-j 68, $2.28, $2.98 and 81.)8,
a reduction of about. 4t0 per
cent. ThTese ooods will never.
in terest careless olks--- fact, is,
there is sinall ad valn tage inl
selling to careless folks, but, if'
you are p>art icular, and wanlt
lo to JamiA'sonk's for Clothinlg.
$3.00 Oxfords 82.25, at J1 am1ivsonl's.
$2.25 Oxfords- 6, at, J fmiesoln's.
$1.65 Oxfords li 20, at Jamiesor.'s.
Mrisses' anld Chilidrn's Oxfords at
W1ho1osal cost, at J1amiesonl's. f tIf
A big lot of Ladies' oxfords in
Black Iland Tan, 75 et. to 1.2) to
h)o closed out at 00 ets., at J am ic
son's. ft f
Go to .Jamie'sont and heo willI always
soll you good1s chieap. f t f
Don't miiss the1 oppIoatun1ity to buiy
at pair of the Tan Shioes thait Jaio
son is solh nrg for less I haut cost. f t f
8'o.00) Vii Tani Shoes $3.0, ia
Jaie son's. f tf
$1f.50 T1an Shoes883.25, thbe shoes
are as good as can bo made of
leatiher, at Jamoonoi's. f tf
A big lot of misses anid childronts
xfo rds & sandalils to h)o closed out ro
gatrdless of cost. .Jamnieson.
,Just r'eceiv'ed a nowV lot of Lilly
Brackett's fine shoo formen.
Gontlomon oxford ties just ro
3eived att Jaieson~~is.
A lot of silk bosom shirts S0c. &
31.00) just roc'd att Jaiesons'011.
S4.50) T1an Shoes $3.25, at Jamnie
1on'8. ft f
Bay y'our goods from Jam ioson and
v0on wdli got lirst class goods and at
right prices. f tf
Buy your goodls from Jaiesi~on
and you will find thomn to ho just, as
reprosenited. f Uf
Nowv is thet timto to buy a St raw,
wo havo a largo st.ock in latest st.ylos,
It Jamniesoni's. 1 t f
Just receivedi, a lot of Boy's Knee
snits, 65 ctis. to $2.50), at Jamniesont's.
Ladies' Oxfords, 75 cts. to $! .25,
now O0cts. at Jamieson's. I tf
Missos and Child ren's Oxfords anidt
Banidals at loss than cost, at Jamio
soun's. f tf
A big lot Cottontados that woro
bought beforo advance, that wo are
solI ing cheap, at Jaito son,s. f tf
Go to Jamieson's iand buy a patir
of Lilly Brackett's T[an Vici Cloth
1'op $5.00 Shoo.1, 33.01. I tIf
A big lot of Suits marked diown to
about half prico, at Jamnioson's. ? tf
A big lot Negligeo Shirts at 38 eta.
at Jamioeson's. I If
Jamiosoun's is the place that sells
tho Clothing, goods well bought are
no tronble to snll. I Lt
lu0l S on[
/ED IS MO]
tell uou abot
4in l tig thlat, \ill make tIo
1i)(' l p lr o li an l)l' u r olld ()I'
A, tilese Suits, it will be a fi
lialll'iail gaill I 111 Ine'llll sat-.
Oxford Ties.--We have
01110 V'.N('IIlIt cl'Itioll.-; ill
Ladltics' I 'N\ot'lar, all1d Some
nlot so (egait, but goot and<
CIViceable. Prices, well just,
is low as tiley caln I' iii1ido,
In( in fact a little Iower.
Men's Tan Shoes.-'The
'st, buyel' smlll '(s over
llyS. Well, we did it il \leii's
l'ill Shoes:, anld wIlIil we
)mu lt, 1ivill away down, by
1yig t Ia -ge lot. we li:ive
11irye tha i we c.I|II all'ord h),
it 2.G5, a . .0 it. ,..5), 3 a
'5,00 at $8,(5 , Tis is oul.
wny o, tllloidillg; it has two
Id vil tnges-- vou get the best,
40M IS at, tho li (''c of ill ril)
IS, and< we gret thec room aind
yot,r good will, which is,lalter
Whll you wait to hlay it suit t hat
is 1ANylish and n.to.date, Jmo'
is (hm lat'ce. f If
- - . " 4mp
('40 to J1tlnieso,'i a111( got your
(xford Ties h'furo thoe sijzps itio
brujim); ivy r0 solling for less (haln
Cost to manu111fJactirlo today. f If
You can buy a 1").00 Suit for
S8.)0 at. Jaiesoll's, and goods
n111ran1tod to bo aill ilgt. r If
('hihldren's Suits bo ets. ai t amie
(Con's. f if
W~io haivo the lartgest. stock of sum
ner, wetighit ClothIinig we ha~vo over
'arris'l; Coats td0 et H. to $3.'7>. A
.ig Ilio Serge Coats and Vests in all
prades, at Jai on's. f t f
WVo hiave fthis daly ma rked downi all
mir Mlen's'.Iari Shoes -3 .51) Shooe niow
8u2. 50; 1 .51) now i3. 25; 85.00 nt low
M, I-. 'lhese aure Iailly I8nelt0st'
'est goods, there arlo 1no1e better', at
Jamieson's. f Ug
Ani E'xc atitIo,a in tho itulo.
A shop whIere0 you cani getv, whait you
vant, andIC whenOl you wanltI, It,.
8'TUAT 10 los.
E. HI. ILIsil Manager. t&ftt
We can top tbem- t,bc lies. UJse
mri screenf door1 andl windows.
1'. 11. L4eslle, M%an.
I '!ease add1( to your' list:
". ( . Dut(nan, resienc................,.
0E. Wdiiams, resHidenc..............:.
)r'. J1. W. Nance, ollce..............13
Jeo. W. Summeri, residecnce........100)
26L. WV. F'rovn.
'or' 1Hrushes, Comb l, MoapJ and Pe'r
umeri'iy, the betst, for leatst money, go to
IJlder's Cor'ne''r.Drg Stor. ' If
IFor first class Drugs and Mded ici nes
tt lowest mar'ket, prices call att (1ider's
~orner' Drug 8Store, t&[ f
I'or Fity (Ienln.
Ir'on F"oot I 'low~stocks--at the New
ici'ry IIil ware Co. 's, f&It 'It.
A mber (Cane Seed, -It0e. peri pleck, at
ilder"5 's Corner IDrug Store. t&ft tf
MtIeeI.In touunty Exti co mm otitte.
TJhiere will be ao umeting of th. (bou,n
y Democoratic J'xcutivo ('omuatee In
*he Court House on Sat,urdaty, .Jumne 2d,
000, att ii o'clock at. mf. luisinecss of
mplortatnce will be u'ransacted, andt
ivery member' is iurgcd to be present 0or
end a proxy.
A. i'. 1P. BJ4DI)INnAL'un,
Prtosper'ity, S. (C., MaIy Il9, 1900i.
IFor' a giuiaanteedl fever' tl;oermomneter
to to G iders C'orner D)rug St ore. t&f tf
l"r'sh 'l'anglefoot ly Paper01 at
Tillder's Corner' D)ru; Storeo. t&f Uf
Hedl Raven Is still the bost, laxative
Mineral Wateri, I5c. bottle at Gilder's
L'or'ner D)rug Store. t&f Uf
Hlome'st(ad Ammonia, for the bat,h
and household uses, 5ic. a bottle at
Gilder's Corner D)rug Store. t&f tf
it Our Store.
all, at h et ter' niensure' ol' suceOss
III thle dollars we Imlake.
Straw Hats. There is a
freshiness about our line of
StIwN I ats Vlich nearly ap
proaes diniNness. We have
a I Iat at 25 cent, not miuch
ol'a hat, grante(l, but not inucl
olf i pricv. Yott can go on up
to 2.00: ind find)(1 some betweenl
the.-4o, prices that are boundl to
Neckwear Changes. Ties
bought in March or April are
as Iluchout of place now as
winter suits in June; for in no
domin d hs fashion reigi
more 5upreio than in neck
wear, We prile ourselves in
keeiingup'with his fick]. ehigh
Ies., filashion even in Neck Vear,
thwy alre the "riglt thing"
no suspicioll of "cheap work"
al ut them, and if they could
i ik they'(1 sa,y "the lassics
t ha L made us are as, bright and
Iialippy als .li0 m 1en whlo buy us
11110 1111111y am]( talst,y
lcn's high cut b-ogans at 90c. at
f 11 NI. A. lienwick's
The birgest cost Sale that, ever hap
pvned in Newhelrry is going on at
f itf . A. Wnwick's.
lRenwi icl has a few mllore of those
Serge 8uits left that you can buy at
co-t. f tf
lig line of Crash Suilts, Serge Coats,
Alpiell, Coats and Vestu, etc., at cost
t.his week at 1 on,wick's. f tf
Whly is NI. A. Itenwick soiling so
many goods ? liecause he Is soiling
( lothing, Shoes antd llats at cost. ftf
Ih-up In at NI. A. llenuwick's this wcok
andl buy a suit, hiat andl pair of Shoes at
cost, for cash. f t,f
All Cloth ing, Shioes anid IIats at cost
for eaish at NI. A. llenwick's. f tf
L ad ies', Mlisses' and Chil dren's Ox
for'd'Ties at cost for two weeks at M. A.
Ilenwick'. I tf
A hig cost sale Is going on at M. A.
Itenwick's. f t
Umnbrellas aLt cost at, M. A. Roniwick's.
Strtaw iv11ats in pr1ofusieni at cost for
cash at Renwvick's. f o
New lot of Summer Neckwvear, at
f tif Renw ick's.
Big line of Summer Underwear at
f i NI . A. Ren wick's.
Heciser's and (Crosset,t's Shoes for mon
at cost at, M. A. ilenwvick's. f tif
liig line of Negligee Shirt,s at M. A.
Renwick 's. fitf
Alen's Suits, Rloys' Suits and Chil
(ren's Suits at, cost at, M. A. Ronwickc's.
Clothing, Shoes and fHats of all kinds
at cost at M. A. Rienwick's, I t.f
Negligee Shirts inl prlofusion at M.
A. lIen wick's. ft!
All kinds of Hats at, Renwick's this
week and next week at cost.
Viei Kid shoes for men In Tan and
Black at, cost for t,wo weeks at M. A.
lIenwick's, I if
New lot, of New England Watches
just in. Comio in and1 s0 us8.
t tf D)aniols & Co.
You will regr'et It, if you do not see
our St.oek of Clothing before buying
your Spring Suit.
ti S. J1. Wooten.
Ladies' ready-made sk['ts 35 cents
each, and bettor 0one8 at all prices, at
WVe fit the hard to fit correct clothing
at right, prlices at Wooten's.
Car' load Trennessee Wagons just r<
ceived, Nowberry Har'dwaro Co. t&f-tt
We are selling the bes,. 2nd patent
flour on cart,h for $3.90Q. C. J. Purcoll.
We are selling the best 1st patent
flour made for $1.1'5. C. J. Punrell.
Our screen doors arc guaranteed to
stop flies-and give satisfact,ioni in every
p)art,ieular. St,ewart Bro's.
E. IH. Leslie, Man.
Just received a car load of feed oats.
f, 4tI. SUIMMER BROS.
We wvill Boll you corn & bacon cheap
er t,ban any one in town see us before
buying. . J. Purcell.
IJf you need any columns, balusters or
buy. We will save you money. Satis
fact,ion guaranteed. STUART Bnos.
1.. H. LESLm, Manager. fb&f tI,