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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Moat. ......... ........... 7( 4.
Shoulders ................. ... 70.
Hams ................................ 12(413o.
Best Lard ......... ....... 9(10c.
Best Molasses, now crop . 60c
Good Molasses............ ........ 26(460c.
Corn .................................. 05.
M eal .......... .. .....................
W heat Bran........... ............ 1.15.
1st Patent Flour................ .4 75.
2nd Best Flour............ ....... $4 25.
Strait Flour......................... 4 00
Good Ordinary Flour. .........$3.0(0ad3 75.
Sugar ......................... 6ilc.
R ico.................................... 5 ) ic.
C6ffee............................... I 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... I.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.. ........... 30c.
Butter, per lb ..................... I 6b20c,
Eggs, per dozen ........ ..... 12A()15c.
Chickens, each.................... 165 a25c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 85c.
Corn, per bushel.. ............... 60c.
Oats, per bushel................. 35@40c.
Sw,ot potatoes .................... 5O( .00
Turkeys, per lb ................. 6(0 8
Fodder, per cwt ................. .1 00
NEWB ERRY TorroN M atKEt
(Corrected twice %, week by J W U try & Co;)
March 1, 1901.
Best...... ...................... Do
Just received 100 tons High Grade
Fertilizers, get our pric, s, we will
make it. to your inters st.
t&ftf E. M o,VANS & CO.
For that tired feeling, dizzinces, etc ,
try Palmetto Liver Medicitie. Price
10c. For sale by Dr. Van Smith's Drug
Please add to your list Ewart-Pifer
Co. No. 90, and oblige
L. W. FLOYD.
The Fred Werber house on College
Street. For terms apply to Miss Marie
I have removed my oflice to the
rooms formorly occupied by Cole L.
Blease over Janiestin'-, store.
Di. J 11 MC ULLOUGH.
Just received, a carlosti.
f 4t SuMMER BROS.
All Liver and Kidney troubles are
quickly relieved and pe manen,ly cu ed
by Nlmetto Liver M -docine Price
10a. 'r eale by Dr. Van Smith's Drug
Stops the Cough and Workm off th Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day- No cure, no pay.
Price 25 cents
At the Ntwborry Koi'ting mill, knit
ters, loopeors and 10Ippers. Fir-i-class
prices paid for expl-rion. ed operar ives.
Address, Theo Newberry Knitting tMill.
Newberry, S C 4t f.
Palnetti Liver M-dicine cures indi
gestion. Price 10c For sale hv
ly Dr. Van SRnth's Drug St.ore.
We are eotitled to
your trade. We are
the boys that have put
the knife in high prices.
Mr. J. K. Odell, of Laurens, is in the
city handling the new census edition
of Crane's Atlas containing the census
of 1900 according to the latest govern
ment returns. f it
The Olde..t Ilouve.
For at least a cenitury an old log
house has st"od in rear of the Scott
building on Friend Street. It was pos
sibly the oldest house in the town. Lut
torly it has been used for a coal house.
For what purpose it was originally
built, we do not know. But it is gone,
Mr. Pat. E. Scott had it torn down this
week and It is no more One by one the
old landmarks of the town are going.
Baves T wo From Death.
Our little daughter had an elmost fa
tal attack of whoopingenugh anid bron-.
chitle." writes Mrs W. K H aviland. of
Armnonk, N. Y.. "but.. when all other
remedies failed, we saved her life wvith
Dr. King's New D)iscovery. Our niece,
who had contumpt.ion in un advaniced
stage, also used this wonderful medi
cine and to-day she is p.-rf'ect ly well.
Desperate throat andl lungd diseased
yelld to Dr. King's New Discovery as
to no other medIcine on earth. Infaill
ble for cong hq and colds. 5SO and $1 00
guaranteed by all drvggists. Trwil bot
Among she Rled lien.
We are always glad to chronicle the
advancement of Nowberry, and it gives
us particular pleasure to note with
what wonderful rapidity Burgoll Tribe
Noi. 24, Improved Order of Red Men are
filling in their ranks. On Thursda'y
evening of last week there were 35 ap
plicants for membership, and last night
there wore more than a dozen o'hers.
This is one among the best s'ecret or
ders in our' town, and iq the most pro
gressive of them all. We say "may
their tribe ever increase and their
chase never grow cold." The finan
cial condition of the lodge is in a most
Look out for Purcell
& Scott's Prices. No
matter what price you
are quoted you will
always find us lower.
This afgnature is on every box of the genuina
Laxative Bromo-Quinine '1ablet
the remedy that enrm.a eoi4 Pm.. one day
VARIOUS AND ALL ASOU',
This is the first day of March.
The civil court, is in session hero thi
Hon. J F. J. Caldwell, Greenwood
attended court hero this week.
The sessions of the Sunday School
Convention were well attended.
Don't forget to attend the lecture bi
Gon. Molse at the court house tomor
Mrs. W 11 Lockwood, of Detr-1
Michigan, is the guest of Mrs E M,
Mims Natio Poole, of Newberry, vis
ited Miss Mitui Forrester last week.
Greenwood indox, Pob. 29.
Me. Summirs, a prominent merchanl
of Newberry, was In the city Wednes
day -L-,urensville Herald, March 1.
The next regular meeting of thc
county teachers association will be
h-ld at the Boundary Street, Gradtd
School Saturday March 9th.
Mr. R. S. Galloway, of the A R.
Presbyterian ut Due West was a deli
gate to the Sundlay School Convention
and gave us a pleasant call during t
Mr. J Arthur Johnson, Philadelphia
a gentleman both courteous and agree
able ably represented the Sunday
School Ti-mes at the convention. Mrs.
Johnson accompanied him.
The Sunday Senool Convention at.
tract. d many visitors to Newberry this
week, and great interest was manifest
in it by our own people. Large aud
lenees were present at each session.
Mr. J. L. Fellers and family of near
this city have moved to Mountville,
Laurens, county. We regret to see Mr.
Fellers leave Newberry but wish for
him much success and a hearty welcome
in his new home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Wallace, who
for the past year have been in Green
ville, returned to Newberry on Wednes
day and will again reside among us.
They are stopping for a few days with
Mr. and Mrs L. M. Speers.
On Wiednesday morning of this week
Mayor Kletiner had two negroes John
Elchelberger and Mattle Brown before
him for refusing to be vaccinated. Te
former danced to the tune of $20 00 or
thirty days and the latter to $10 00 or
twenty days. We congratulate the
Mayor in carrying out this ordinance.
The only way to slamp out the dreadful
di.-ease of smal pox is to be vaccinated
and it is better to be without, being
made to do so.
Rev. W. S B Ford, of Gaffney, who
will be remembered pleasantly by many
Newberrians as the former pastor of
the West E d B, ptist church was in at
tendance at the Sunday School Cotiven
ti-n, and on Wednesday evening upoti
the earnest soliciation of many of hi
former m. mb--ra conductert a prayer
me- ting at the West E4nd B iptist clhurch
Qaite a large audience greeted him to
drink In the good wholesome spiritual
advice givea by him.
To the good farmers
of Newberry we are
y our friends. Don't
buy until ".ou see us.
The Bachelor-Maids will hold their
regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at
4:30 o'clock at the office of Hunt. Hunt
& H unter. A full at,tendan ce is requs t ed
of the members.
A P'ouliar accident.
Mr. S. K Bouknlght, the blacksmiti
opposite the public square, witneesse
a peculiar accident yesterday morning
in which a horse broke his neck The
anitnal was fondling with another horse
in froat, of him and rearing up fell upori
his back turning an almost complete
sumrmerset in the shafts of a buggy tc
which he was hitched, and was instant
ly killed by falling on his neck. Thu
horse was quite a valuable one and be
longed to Mr. W. P. Pugh.
Hart Cromcer, age 31 years; height
5 ft 51- inches; complexion dark brown:
No. 291L898; scar on forehead. two scarn
back of left hand; scar above forehead
in hair; a scar on or between should,
ers; birth-mark right side of stomach;
vaccination seal on left arm.
J. S. BLAALOCK,
Gold ville, S. CI.
TheA Best P'rscriptlon for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove'i
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply irot
and quinine in a tasteless form. NC
cure, no pay. Price 60c.
PNha'ls 2 Stors
Peiham's Lamp anc
and you will find what you want and a
Lamp Oil, Lamps,
and save money.
NEWIECIttY*" OPPI'IlCTUNI iY.
rho Httt Voltiss er Firviness's %tioseatit 1vio
Walti to 1itt its Ativau-E Votnventlon
and Turonnvnt It Nvwberry.
The Executive Conmitt e of the
'South Caro'ina V..lunteer F.remen'a
Association has decided to hold their
annual convent.ion tnld tourmnm -t, in
thbis city in A pril or Ma , if Nowherr'y
desir.et to entertaii ti, m nd rii,niah
the teco saury amultlof catsh for 'rilz 4
This aSsoIat,it! i. comlip sed of rep
resentaLIVes of the volultt!te' (epat't
ments of tlhe S. ate, and is rertinl hg In
much good it lt, dvp .-rtlm n's 1 h r1 filih
out the commlilonwealth in m It a
nuali and discuteinug tmat.tets tIad mI-.01
ois for le betteriment, of the dvpart
tnents in modes (of , qtipping and fiIot
ing thit d reuded It itins.
Since its orgatizat,ion this at-tioc:at ion
has been ecter-tained itt several vities
In the State, namel.: Greenville andl
Florence, and atI each phice the ocea
slon hits proved 'i suc,-e-s anil events in
I he htisto'.v of these cit,ie-, anid the oip
portunitv is low preseiited to New
berry, tind we feel sure that, the re
spotse will be hearty and liberal and
the occasion prove a red letter d iy for
The association offers as its annual
priz' to the most stect'sful Conpetinlfgr
reel team in the Siate, a hatndsomnely
ctigraved and valaible gold-lin dI fite
men's trumpet, which is nov. in the
hands of the telehrated '4 'olutmbia No.
3" company, holding it as lihe State
champions, having won at the last, an
nual tournament. This trumpet Is to
be competed for each year and the
company that carries it is cotnidered
the champions of the State for ti t
time. Besides the trtumpet, the otLdtr
prizes-cash prizes-whiiich will amouni
to a few hundred dollars, is to tie rais--d
by the citizens of the city in which the
meeting and toninament is held
A few dayb ago .layor KI-ttner re
ceived a letter from Chief Ilaynes, of
Greenville, inl behalf of t,he Executive
Connittee of the A-soclation, stating
that it, was th, desire of thil asso4cit
tion to hold its mneetinig here, aind
whatt would be expected of our..jity,
which he felt sure, beitig the enter
prising people that we are, would
readily and ivillingly be cot plit d with
whatGreenvillei ad F orence and o-her
cities hat done. and whtat, othors are
anxious to do, aiind Newherry wil do it
to',, now see if shot doe!--n't.
A j ,itit metii t,ig w. i.nmierstand fJ
the City Cmuncil and Fire \la-'ers
will be h. ti in a few days and pan- de
cided on boy which to proceed, but, it, ir
safe for us to say here and now that,
some Substantiial itid and encourage
mient will be in-edtd 'rotn the ci ize-n
body of N-wi-erry, a-A csmmin i e
must, no be met w' 'h d.-af .it r. ft is
will not only tiior i iz - :n .t
portu I .% to (t j 'y 4 t' a % -. t , x.
citing atid int-ere-ting c rtes s. (u it
a ill be a advtLa ment for out' city
which % ill prove a lasting help-and in
helping your town you will be hf-Aping
The city of Cgolumbia wt ts this
mne-ting aitd t' urn 'ment,. and willI do
all she cant to get it, w 'iie th-' re can
he no comp)arisont of the atdvanLtge t.O
offer by the two cities. N"wberriy has
the finest water p)resaur'e in the btat.e,
good and smooth tt'acks, plenty of
hotel aind bitarding house acecorunoda
tions, the most hospitable people in
the south, and Is abour as centrally
located as could be desired.
Let every body takhe a hand and it will
be a suce~ ss. It will britg p o'pie here
frt m every p)art, of the S'tatte, as neat'ly
every town and cly will be repr'e
sent,ed by Its fl'e'men.
We will have m're to say Ittetr In
the meatn tim.-, the co)mmittee will call
to see y ou.
You Ktnow Whtat Yon Art, Ta.king
When you take Gr'ove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic t'ecanse the fotmu at' is plainly
prmite'd on every hot tie showing t hat it
is simply Ir'on and qulninie in a taste
less form No Cure, No Pay. 50e
A Tonurist Pn,ets
The following poem appears in a re
cent Issue of the Spartanbturg Herald
and it is said to have been coin pited in
the Herald and News ofilce boy a tourIst
who spent several days In out' city atnd
worked in our ofllce.
Mr. E. M. B'trrett, a tourist printer,
struck me just as I wa-, turning itn my
copy fot' Tihe leraild last nIgh,.iIe
was a typicei tourist, but I soon no'ted
that he was intelligent beyond the
average and soon he said h had wr'it
ten a poem that had no-vet' heen pub
lished. IIis hotme is in Mo tguimery,
Ata., but this pioemt w -s wriitt,en in the
office of the The lIiira d ttndo News at
Newberry, M. C. It is as to Iowa:
The tourist t" inter's ftiutre state is
not easy to tte gu' ssed.
'Tie obvious tnat he will not, be num
hered with t.he be'st;
Wit h srngel ba ndl and tr'uth ful choir1,
I kn"w he'll never mix
For he cano not, b- at old Ch aron's boat
acr'os the river 80- x.
Tlhe ralr'oads rutnning throughoti' the
lan d, he s- .'ts to thinuk he owns,
And lie wou dnr't swap his careless
life for till the king y thrones.
For riding hump"rs, rods and box
utcars, he'mtupu to 'ill the tricks,
boat aer. sa the rivet' St. x.
Whit.-Man rmue.d Y, tnw
Greait c'ontle'rntttion wa t 'efrtIby he~
ftrienda oft M. A II garty o' L.' ingituin.
Ky., who-n they sow hee w s turtiug
ye-lloiw. Ilt skitn ston ly ebisuged cuolor,
tats, his e.s e at'd hi- suth-re d 'errihhl'
Hise iilda wa V. I.'w J tnie Hie
iMas irettedh bsy i}e bet-t dIeiro, hst
withiout bee. fi' TIhen lie w~aa ad(vise(d
to ttry Et ect -i B' tters, lie wonderrul
Stomach aned Ltver remedy', and h-'
wrItes: "Aftr ttakh-g tw n btottles I
was whooel. eur. d' "~ Arianl totv A It5
mteJi(h1554 inet feor at' 8 entt-.' Liver
andt~ K ditty troubitles. O.,l* 25-'. sold
ATTV.ND) TiIM I.HUTURE.
Toatorr4'v at 1th1 Court, louo by Uin
cral Motao in tho Initt-roAt of
To th-- pvople of the good County of
It, had been my purpose to meet you,
or at letist sono of you, on last Satur
day at your court, house, to talk over
lith you it) a friendly way, the 'Xlo
sitionl wiieb it is proposed to hold at
Charle't-11 i(I Deemler next,
I hits pleasure is postponed one week.
but is stit i heldt in phiasant atililpa
tion. 'Thie old adas-e lis t.i once more
aeen illustrated that "Mai i roposes,
but God di-1) 's0s " Th 31e snow storm
Ieot. ome iom .minr io Nowvberry last,
Matu tt rdav. I knew that it would not be
rveonl ble to 'Xpet p ople to turin out
Oil such a day to lvar an addtr-ss, nor
Could i be Supposed t,lat tile falmersof
Newbery county would leave their
homes onl such a day to come to town
for suchA) a uItp)osC.
Newberry owt-s it to L.erslf to vx
hilbit her re-ourees to tlie woild at, the
exposition Il r k-onls and fair daugh
lers can do line work in various ways
wiich sh uld be shown. 'h'ere is now
no t,ite to lose. Doctmber will soon
come. Things which rlie wort,hy of
exhibition cannot. be imide it a day or
in a mon h . The olanter who pro
po-e-; to show wlat hiis hainids call be
imiale to produce. must, h ,ve his plais
pttfected in he next, sixty days. 1is
woi k shoul(l now be under way.
South Catolina comes to the front
now and proposes to invite ent,erprise,
capital, energy, and experience, *o that
her p, ople may reap that, share of the
gueral prosperity to which they are
Will you lend the state your aid avd,
assistaice? Will you do what miiy be
in your power to help the cause and
thus also help yourselves? If such is
your purpose and intention, then meet
me on Saturday, March 2, at your
court, house at one o'clock, and then
and there let us take counsi'l for the
good of the people. Until then I will
not 4ay good bye but, "au revoir."
Sincetely, your obedient humble ser
E. W. MoIS1!,
Com for South Corolija of the S. C. 1.
& W I Exposition
Mo n oIitol of Ir'p'ct..
Wiere:as, We were deeply griev, d
b % b-tiitig of the death of Mr. A V .
P 13 doilaugh, b.t'e a vlerk it] tie
U m- d l4a'.-s C'ensus Ofllce alid a
11tu, eI' 16f Section H. 1 of the Agricul
t.U'al DOart mont; ai(n
Neireas. We, tbe clerks in said sec
t.ion great ly deplore the fact that One
ar Ilfet-'llo vs, wloill %%e had learned to
vj - i 'a and rcsp ct, has fo't.ver, passed
a Ia.; a- d S l''ecitilly 1 gret his IIu
- um dout,h ',le aus- - f his many man
ha qmaliti's afd faithful fortitudo with
Whic h' )a$iMC ily performed his dultiCS
until bo could work no more: and
whereas It vas with feelings of (leep
es' sympnti-y t hat we ude his goodby
as h depairt d for his home, it Is ex
c editg'y i'ad to us wvho w'ire lntimate'y
assoe.:aied with himi to reeiv e in tel'i
g.'nce of thi farewell to the world;
theref-"re he It.
Riem'oived. That we ext.endl our1 henrt
felt "ymfpat hy to his p)areints, reolat,Ives
andI fr'iend., and a1 ssure them t,hat we
sinecir-ly anad kindly applreciated their
son and reilaiv e ats our' fr'iend. L C
Bower's, M -nnesaota. Chief Si atistictan,
Jos ph R. A.nde'rson, Iowa , Jamites S.
Ayres, MIich ,Thtos TI Blacekemore,
Ala , H-nry W. lBut,cir, N C., Osmiand
I'. BI. ro .C Kttuc'k.s .Iar'ey II A pple,
Oho0.. G--o W K '.n, On io.,.S C Cross,
W Va., W. 1) tmn, Va , 'Phis. S.
Iliebbtaum, Pat ,3 J. F'ish r', P. nn1'a1.,
H ughes Jard ,n. 'ennelCsee,a W P Pow
eli, Illi''ois, 13 mn M. Richardson,
Texas, Cheif See Ei. C ?. Lamb,
K--n'ucky, W E. M syer's, Kan., Achtie
C. Marston, WIS., B n Martin, S. 0.,
Wma. A McAtee, N Y Robert,Pelham,
JrI., M lch , E. P Ar'mstr'ong, Ohio.,
as't-Chief Sec. E4 Ernest, P Porter',
New Jersey, Thos Me ryere Rlayson,
So Ca., Job ni Q. Slyc, D). C , R W.
Thomson, I ndi ana, Wmn. Jackson
Turne'r, VaI , 1) ,i B. White, Mich.
We'(dded n1 Ltaur.nis.
The following is taken from tile
Lauretis Advertiser of the 27ah, uilt.
Miss Sallie Jotnes will be married to
Mr. Wooten, at prominent buslnet-s mau
of Newbe'rry, at tilt residence of her
fat,heri, Mri. Wa. WV. Jones, at noon today.
The weduing will be a quiet aff-air andl(
Immediately after the cerem ,n3 Mr'.and
Mr's WVooten will leave for a wediing
trip. ['li bride-to-be, though she has
spen t itch of ha'r lifte with r'elatives in
10ag. fIeld county Is well known here
anid his tilte good wishes of a nutmber of
Mi 8 J Wooten Is one of Our lar'gest
iny tt.~ ia:ndsl tin New"ctrry Mtss Janes
ha fri aqutao ly visited he're and is well
and fatvorabltii known. The Herald and
News wishes for' the t,wainl many years
of h'.ippiness In their journey through
Th'ie lma' riatge ceremony was p)erfortm
ed by Rev. l)r. W. W Damniel of the
Cotumlia aem,aleo 'olleg", huun. J. M.
Jotnstonne, and D)r. 0 13. Mayor, of
No woaotry, at,endled i hc mnatrrage.
Mr and Mt's. Wooten will be at home
to) their' friends at Newberry after
Jhu) 4)Uldn't tavet taaod It
If ha 'd I ichuing Pitt's. Mhey're ta'r
ribtly Iannoying; btut Bo. kien's Arnica
Saalve' ilt cnre t he worst case of pailes
-ma eser It. It has1 eu redi tousands. F. .r
It.juirt s, iPal . it or B(di3 EruLptionsi It's
ii. h '--.et palveyi' It a ,'tta'ld Pric.- 250
a e'n x Care guaraisteed. 8,i:d a y all
Storiem for ilso Children-Nuhtber Three.
When l awI'ke Satirdiay morning and
looked oil' of the window and found tihe
whole surface of the ai t II covered wit h
snow and the sinow still falling quite
rapidly, I Wa4s solewhliat surprised and
tlle scene brouht to Imlind wIne of those
od Saludla slol ies thatt I listd to hear so
oftili when I w s a boy. You childien
know 1-t-amly tIm I wIas born ando
raisetd not, filr frotin Sal udia Rx i vur
just, tbove I CaIt reek, 1A region , f
co ilry which ntist, iliiwys remalIn
ialunted grinid toi me, for it was there
Iha1 I heat tll these stoie8,1V thit I am
now wri ifiv for yol, and s'im1e that I
calinot write, beiq i such as it woul:d
not be proper to put into print. I used
to h IIr mlbe drealdful "'orieL about I ti
snake', known as the Coach-whip fron
its resem blance to a w hip used by
coachmen. It was said to b- a ve
(agerouls snake, not Oil Itcolilt, I f lis
hit,. being poisonlouis or lih aidly, butt. h),
cauilse, it wouli (c'il itsilf 'around ii man
01 roun1d hislel and I whip him to death.
It is said taILt one at Onte ,ilmIC W1pI)I-d
itself around the lev, of a hrse that a
man was ri.ding and bean whippinig
tile horse firiously so t.h1t, the hoise
wIas ptrfecly maIuddemi d aIid soon be
caime enilirely uicontrollable. , it was
the ni1atu1C of the sIak0e no to stop lIsh -
ilg ui it lIe imiial was dead Iin this
e"se theli tid. r wi-s hielphs aid was
Vflentely aL a loss what 10 do. lPHortu
litely for him i aiid for his forse aIfter
ritchg furl-iously for about an hour. tihe
horse lia,pp)en1led to comlie down with all
hi, Inmighit, upoln tle reptile and it was
crushed to death. It is all a story
0boit the Colel-whip whippilig Imeln
anIld animals to deatl. It, is true, how
ever, that it beloigs to the family if
Constrictors aind kills its prey by chok.
ing or squeeziig themn to death and
thus swallowing them whole. In this
count ry tIere are none large enough to
swallow a horse. The largest I ever
saw was abot eigh t feet. long, and he
was aL ilonster.
But I siartl I out lo t,.11 i story ab1ollt,
ia 1-no10w i,ar1 a11nItd blrAnclied olY about
Alr. Cadle and 111his friends met, a
1sual, one S,itiiidaty aft1l-r-noon att the
tat.verin at, the cro-s ronds, ald lifter i a
few drinks round sonie of them heeinie
somewhat mellow ald jolly and h,gan
to teI-e J esse for a story, knowing that
he ItI %vL.Ns had at pretty good Supply of
3II'ls 0 1 hand.
There had been a light fiAll of 110W Ia
few datNs before ant)d this fuet incit,:d
Airl Clidle to tell hiis snow story, on
which was new to Inost. of the party
preselt, "This story is not, part of my
owl vXperiivee," silid the narItor,
"but it wats lold to mie by at mani Inl
w1h-so trulth I had hll and coiplete
colif'oil ce. 1ded, r'Y conlidl tiec. in
himP is t- gie-41 Iit at, I don't, belitve le
over told a lie in his life. [He was
from Nort,h Carolina or Virginia or
some of those snowy regions north of
us, and where the cliailIte iss change
ableI as a woman's temiler, and you all
knoiiw what a1 womanll'5 temlper' is, for~
you1 are all miari'ie.d meni. Well, one
dlay this man, whose namile was l'eter'
Wilkins oir Jlames Gulliues, I forgot
Iwh ieh , t,bough I kcnew h.,b.'m bot,h, said
died his horse and took his gun, anid
afteir telling his wife I hat he thought
he could k.ill a wild t urkey and bring
home for hier to cook for Sunoday diii
ner', TPho wveather'l wIas not1 unpleasant,
a lii tic cool, but no indicat ion, as9 ho
thought,, of t he heav'y srowslor'm I hat
was soon 1o fail. TIher'e was a little
bliness' 05 in tlio west ano that was alil,
isot,hing to make 'ne unei(asy. Hie ro le
offinato 8011e woods not? far oIl' where lie
knew somle ilid turkeys could he
found. But, lie had1( not, been gone long
before a geal change camne over thle
sky. Tlhe wind biegan to blow somie,
but not heavily. T1hie clouds grew thiIck
atnd heavy and the day dark and(
gloomy13. S On it. hegan I,) sInow, and
such a sno4w HIe had seen it, snow
mnany~ t,imfle, he said, buit neOver aL sinow
like Ihat, before. Well, it, fell so ihilck
a4nd faIst lie cold not see L,cu steps
ahead of him, and after wandering
aroiund foi' two or thri houC1111rs tryin g to
find( I he w ayv home lie !ave'4 It, nyi and
e ,neludeI4d he'd stop1 where h)i0le was all
nhght. H-e had nio mieans oif mai4kling a4
fire' 1as he couild galhe no'11 wood Hut
as the weather was not, very cold, hav
lng hitched huis horse to a4 limh of a low
t,ree, as he I hought4, lhe w.rappled himn
self well upi In Ils blanke't and lay
d-awn to s1l) lie slept, soundlly al1l
nIght,, never' had a better sleep in his
life he sid(, anid whe'n he waked In the
miori'iing t here was not a clotud to lie
seen, t.ht, sky was clear as a whIiist,lc
and0( the sno0w waIs all gone-not, ia parti
eIe any where lie fouiind himself in
tbick woiods surr'Iounded1(' by mallny Hmll
trees. Buot where wIas his horse?i Hie
had4.4 tied himi sncurel,~ as he hiough t,
to) the lIImb of a sma1ll1 tree. lie could
see him nowVhere. A flr lookinlg care
iully 1al1l around he happeoned t,o look up
and sa1w hilm ha4nging to a imb) abiout
fif,een feet from the ground,l just where
lie had hItched him.
It, had torned warm in the night, and
Ims fiend slept so sound that ho was
not aware of anly change untIl he wvoke
in the morninog with the sun shInIng In
his face. He managecd to get his horse
daiwn some way, and after looking
round "are'fiully lie know where hie was
m(otad1 and went home, wherd ho ar
rlvedl in tIme for breakfast. But, lie
did nut, have hIs wIld turikey that ho
had pro(m ised his wIfe
I Ioys, let's lIquor, "'agreed," 8said ev
ory one, anid after llquorilng all went
home happy as wood sawyers.
('ar 10o4-1 Trunks. Bavat' anid Stit cases0
iunt recnived at wonin. tf
The Sweetest, ti
YOU ever a
Sing their own praise."
For fift-y-ninle yvars, thu StiVIf P'ilnos
have givenl the great"St, sat isfactionl in
LouAn)8ds of bolts In North and South
Year in altd 5 car out, We miake no
Uhinig but H it ifl 'iantos. I'raticut. akittles
perfect in everI'ytlh Ig, aid years of
priactice, joined t,o conscicntious skill
Inld honesty, ilatke the Stit-t I he salis
ritmory instruenttt it, is.
You a,slutlw nlo risk whitlever. ill buy
ilya Si f l'iio, and the saving of
Ale deatler's big proli '. will go i long
waty towards pitying hr Muilesesolls
ror your dalighter.
The Stielf is the only world renowim d
l'iano Sold in this Section direct frotu
MAIIuf(aCU1re1' 10 Customer10'.
Vrito for a entalogue and Factory
(11 AS. M. I EIVP,
'ianoo N1111ufatirer, ialtimiorv, Mld.
Nort.h and --outh Ci arol in I Brttich
WIreroom , 213 N. Tr'yon S, , (ltarlotte.
and hundreds of
selling at a very low
We must clean out
all this stock for a new
line. Give us a call at
The Book Store.
W. 6. MAYES.
Int &4 iot NOV. 25thI, 1900.
(Intern SLtabrO1 'Tun.
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10 ta ,it' (ens' 5 21
11 16a ' b.-i in 4 18
12 2tp A b,IeviI 41 : l5
i2 4bp ("e"n'o i 2 48
I a5p At' Clintono LV 2 09
(C &w C.j
10 O0t IA I,v ln m' intgs Ar 4 0)
it 4inu a pa- nnttrtu 3 10
1-2 I Ip) (lr.-n' to 3 01
12 52p W terlon 2 011
Ifl' 4 r I,nu -e ns((t)tt'r) L,v 1 ;38
IDt'' Fri. ly Ft'
Ed Mlun. Ex :sunI.
A 't. A.M. PM. A.uI
.7 1) 1 351 Lv iaurone Ar 135 530
7 4) I 41 4 Parks Ar I 27 6 21
1; 00 1 6-1 .Ctlintonl.. I it; t 00
0 40 '222 ..K inard., 12 1 2 3 31
951 2 17 .(iary ... 12 e8 3 15
lI 01) 2 22 .,Jaulapa.. 12 13 3 0)i
i050 237 19owborry 22240 237
II 20 2.>)2 Prospe0rity 1217 110
t13 'i 3142 ....8l1ghs ... 12117 12 :5
12 15 306 Ia, Mfountaino 12 0:3 1225
00 32) ..Chapin... Il10)1 l 49
26. 3 25 hilton 21 43 II li
I 80 3 -9 W hite 11ock 11 40 tO 58
2 IN) 3 i ilallen Lteo i in 10 10
2 45 8 13 -....rmto..... I I7 10n15
31 0 3 19) ..Ilaphatrt.. 11 I. 9 I10
4.5 405 Ar(oniumbltaIv1 Ii ' 9."
4 26 I,vColut bla (A 0 1,.)Ar' it t
5' 25 Putr' 9 .3)
8 20 A r Cit_'rilston Lv 7 0)
For Ittes'irr,o Tsables, or further iforma
ilo-t calI n ae.y Agent., or w1rito is
I' msient. T1 9flie I tnutger.
J. F. i.IVIN') TON. 1I. MI.: At
Colum bIa, 8. C. Wi1a intg ton, N. C.
Of meOdicinm pot. up1) into prl.sscript ions
1illed inl this Ftoro lmust bo pilr'o. WVo
ar11 Vely enrefull (0 liso Only th best.
W Varry at nico lino of Toilet
Sollps, L rnps, \Viloy't Caldies, Vol.
vet Candy, Tobace(o an1d Cigars, andl(
aiil lino of Druggiss' Sundries.
Discouit Chcks given. Pillresh
Garidenl fund Fiold Soods.
Corset , Gloes
The&best,er n ostr of .
Thebst, Glo'es,ioto hm
Corl no and Irioo us. gli
Toe It.I[n kouhif 11 ot ofth
comfes. ote, ( nxot o nly
whilie i our store but
ome you out hofe,n
Wfe o ethere
goods going for a mere
Men.'s M ck itosh Cape CJoats 98c.:
IHoys' 8.: M en's $5 00) overcoaits $3 -15,
atnd Iine ho n 'es at a little moero than
ha'Lf girico Very best allI-wool131anakets
10-1 at $L.2 90, I -A at $3.75.
Well, as to Capes and
Jackete, if we charged
any less we would be
giving them away.
Men s Underwear and
many, other goods at
Yours for business,
IS. .1. Wooteq