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Corrocted every Tuesday and Friday
by Suinmer Bros.
M eat... ,............... . . ....... 7(a:8c
Shoulders ..........-.............. 7c.
am s................... .............
Best Lard ............ ........ 9(a)I0
Best Mlolasses, now erop . 60c
Good Molasses... ........ ....... 26(a 00
Corn ............................. 65..
Meal ......... . ......... ......... 66v
W heat Bran ........... ..... ..... $1.15
let Patent Flour ..... ..... .... 4 75
2nd Best Flour ..... ............ *4 25
StraIt Flour....................... . 4 00
Good Ord inary INiour. ......3 25 a 3 76
Sugar ......... ..... ...... wtic
Rice...... ..... ...................... si
j Coffee...... ..... .......... ........ 11( 1 5c
Cotton seed meal, per sack.. 8.25
Loose [lulls, per ow,.. .......... 30:
Bntter, per lb .............. 15(620.
Eggs, per dozen .............. 12c
Chekens, each............ 16(025u.
Peas, )cr bushel ..... . ....... 85c.
i Corn, per bushel ............. 60c.
Oats, per bushel .. ... ...... 3 a Oo.
Sweet potatoes ................. 00.
Turkeys, per tb ................c.
Fodder, per owt ....... ........81 00.
NEWHECRRY 4011'141N '" %RKETV.
(Corrected twice t woek b% J W. 0try & Co;)
March 22, 1901.
Best ..... ................ 8
You KIow Wh1at You Are Taking
When you iaks Grove's Tasteless Chill
TonIc because the foittu ar is plainly
printed on eve-ry bottle showing that it
Is smply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50a
8 M Union shin %ft-rnoon.
The we# kly mwettig of the primary
and junior Sabtath school Union will
be held in ('eilr,l Mezhodist church
at half-pist four this afternoon. The
mothers and Hudidiy-mchllol teachers
are urgently requos vd to be present
G-ld hear' stick pit, with enumeled
daism In centre, .n a rtt tsofNewherry.
Finder rewarded by loaving at thh
otilce. it, f.
Messrs. J L. and W. F. Guyer are in
Ne ^ herry repr sont,g .,nd Imaing or
ders for John A Youny. propri' tor of
the G"teecu-boro u si-ries of Gre, te
bori, N 0 L't' will spi n.I two or
three we, ks in N wrwrr' a. o sdjoi..ini
counti.t4, and would .e lltas d Li, have
your oirdtis. I he guaran-i.e all fruit
tri-et and o he r Pan'r. to bo jut as r p
resent--d ind will vas i hre- -fourths of
the oes o all t.re- m i hat die f It
To sIl1 a yfil pl,a,6 ., : hargain, ' r
will take in exch,nv.- a- part pat men ,
a flest l rmik esiw A-dresm B x 5,
Gary, S U.. Ne v i-rr, Ci . 1& 2
A ii-ria, I vii*11.t.
As s.veral of tie millinery and dry
goods esta'Ishments of the city wilt
have 'heir a--nua Sin-In openings on
nex. Tiesda, we- heir the ladies, and
especially mt $ r:, 4t take- adva.tae
of this opl)11 t1t11L o viit our et re
anid inspect 4ur la g. a d tolect stock
of bos s' Clothe-, 0.1v
EWA RT-' IFER' 0.
Look out for Purcell
& scott's Prices. No
matter what price you
are quoted you will
always find us lower.
We,rking 24 Hosara a h3ay.
ThereA no rio' f.ir those tire-less little
workers--Dr, Kitg's N- w Li e Pilla.
Millions are ailwayo uin-y. curing i'or
pid Liver, J iundice B. Ilie,usness. Feve
and Agre. They hanuish itck Head
ache, drive out biaiariu. Never grip.
or weaken. Small. tasto nice, worl<
wonders. Try themt 25c at all drug.
One Smi'h & B wrnes Upright Piano,
Style A In fir't c'ass co dition.
COLE L BLEASE,
t&f 2t. A tor'ney.
Those delightful vocalist, tha Schu
bei.t Lady Quareetie of Chicago, wi-i
appear a t theoo e a hiouse on 29th March
under t,he auspic'ie. of the. B ichelor
Maids. Lovers of sweet music singing
should not miss this splend id entertain.
la.)a I-- wae- ".re ure-d.
"I auff.-red suchl pain fromi corns I
couid hardly walk,' wti e-s H Re *-in
son, H-illsh,,r ugh, fils.. "hut Buckleni's
Arnina Nalvs coim.letely curer t hem.t"
Acts like ma igie on s pr ein e, bruiseoi
cuts, aoires. sealds, mrns, bi 11, ui c-re.
P-r feet healer of skin disease~s atnd pile
Cure guaranteedi, by all druggists 25u.
We have a few thou
sand bushels of Corn
we will sell for 62ic.
Purcell & Scott.
A 1' nant. II -us.. liiro..d.
The house of Wm Rt -ddick (nolored),
just back of VI1r E 8 Coppock's, was
- consumed bwy tire on Wednesday toorn
ing about 8 o'clock r'here were two
familIes living in the house. They
wore ahle to save a considerable nium
her of articles.
The house was insured with the P'enn
Sylvania Fire Insurance Co , for $800 of
whichb Mr. Johin Scott is akent The
insurance will about cover ' he total loss
The house was loosted in an out of the
way place and the firoemen bad some
trouble in getting - to it, but tuhey did
excellent work J%ist ab 'ut the t,im'
the tire had been gogten under cointrol
a blaze was noticed on the roof of s
wood house belonging to Mr C 'ppock
about 160 y irds away whore a spark
'bad been carrIed by the wind, but be
fore any dam 'tge coul-i b- do'e the fic -
m~en had it put out
VARIOUs AND ALL aot.
Hon. H H. Evans is in Columbia on
Mr Leighton Cosby went to Colum
bla yesterday on bu"inesc.
Mrs. W. E Smith went to Columbia
on Wednesday to visit relatives.
Messrs C J Purcell and M L. Spear
man went to Columbia last night.
Miss Gract B.denbangh, of Pomaria,
is visiting Miss Eunice Halfaere.
Mr G. G Sale advertise-s the Wheat
hous- and lot in Prosperity for sale in
Mrs. J E. Johnson, of Kirksey,
Greenwood county. is visiting in this
11 W. Fair, of Newberry, is here for
a few days -Greenville daily News,
The Dan Packard Company app-ared
at the opera house Tuesday night before
a large audience.
Mr. S. W. Dominick has gone to New
berry to visit his mother.-Greenwood
Journal, 20 iVstaut.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower returned yester
day from Spartanburg, where he has
been attending court.
Miss Janie Vance, of Clinton, ar
rived in the city yesterday and is visit
ing at Mrs. Mtttie Glenn's.
Mrs Thos B. Wicker went to Nine.
ty-Six on Wednesday to visit her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Cromer.
The Master has quite a lot of nice
building lots for sale in the Langford
estate. See his ad. in this paper.
Mrs J R. 11od, of Matthews, N C.,
arrived here Wednesday aid is visiting
her son, X-v. J B. Hood, of the county.
The college baseball team will go to
Clinton today to play a game of ball
with the Southern Presbyterian College
Miss Mary Martin, of Baltimore, at
rived In the city yesterday and will take
charge of Mimnaugh's Millinery Do
A lady quartette is always a source of
delight to lovers of beautiful music, and
the schubert Lad. Quartet te is one of
Mr H T. McPherson, who has been
in N.-wberry for Pome time buying cot
ton left. Wedneday for his home at
Laurlnburg, N C.
Messrs. A. T Brown, J W Gary,
Nat Gist and F. l. Dominick, Esq.,
v. nt to omi rown on Wednesday on a
Mis Moll*e Robs and her little
nt-lve. Lucile Tur ter, o' Gaffney, who
have been visiting Mr. W. L. J nkins,
have returned home.
We had quite a lot of news it,-m6 and
c)rrespondnce crowded out of Tues
4ta.'s paper for want of spice, some of
which appear in this issue.
The Riser Millinery Company invite
ou in th1% paper to be present on next
'uesda. at the spring openn of their
oretts line tf imported atd domest,o
The Mower Co. invites the ladies to
itwoo-ct the flte:.t and most up-to-date
line of millinery ever shown ini New-:
nerry Tuesday, 26th instant,.
The Carolina Manufacturing Corn
pany shipped a carload of coflD-as to
sumter yesterdlay. This is the largest
order ever received from a house at one
Mrs. Pauline Strother, of Newberry
Count y, is visiting her brother, Mr. R.
C Good lett, 609 West Watshington
street.-Greenville Mountaineer, 20th
The State Fireman's Tournament
will be held in Newberry June 8 h aud
6Oh. The A aderson firemsn must go
dlown and capture a few of the prizes -
Anderson IntIelligencer, 20th instant.
Judge W. W. Hodges has been chosen
to represent Newherry Lodge, No 375,
at the meeting Grand Lodge Knights
of Honor to be held in ('olumbia on 17t h
of April. Mr. J. H. M. KCinard wa*
Will either or both of the reel equads
aend a racing team in the fireman's
tournament in New'berry? The inter
state champions end record breaker.
should be represented-Sumter Daily
Item, 20th instant.
At a ImePting of the Excelsio Fire
Company last night Mr. J. W. Earhardt
w .s elected captain of the reel team to
enter the coming tournament. He will
in a few das s select his team and begin
practice, and expects to put a winner
on the track.
The school at Brookiand is flourish
ing under the managetnsent of Prof J
M. Epting, who is a graduate of New
te-rry College. He is ably assisted by
Miss Lula Oxner, an accomplish,-d
graduate of Leesvtlle.- Lexington Dis
patch, 20 instant.
Lion. George Johnstone, of Newberr
ry, Is in the city for a brief visit. Mr
Johnstone is considered one of the prob
able candidates for the United States
Senate belt year, and be is not denying
the soft impeachment. -- Greenville
M untaineV, 20th instant
There will be a meeting of The Bach
cior Maids, at the residence if Col. 0.
I, Schumpert. Monday afternoon at
half-past four o'clock.
W. .?T. U. to Meet.
The W. (I. T U will meet Frtdasy
aft.ernoon, the 22nud, at '1 o'clock,
promptly, in the MethodIab, oburcb.
All are cordially invited.
By order of President.
S Pss tne cough and Worka of the caseh
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet. cure
',cold in one day. No cure, no pay,.
INTIR-T AT TiWRNMEN T.
. Gnld Lined Trun,p--,soo Gold f4edol anud
Pour Und.et and NInety 111ol ar In
Cash P.tu- to bt Vonteoti.t-d for -
During the pas' week the wheels have
been put in motion, the committees
bave gone to work in ernest asid .h
prospelt is that the Firemens Tourna
ment to bt held here on 'he lt% and Ot
of Juno will be oeo of the grande at
events of the kind ever held in 8 -uth
On Tuesday last, Msor Keitner,
Assistateit choif A I' B own and Presi
dent .1 W Earhardt, wit h President J
R. 11a3 nee and St cretary Fras or,
Ixecutive e,mmitt-ee, met and drafwed
and adopted the following IllIcal gore
gram and flxl d the prizes. Rules were
also adopted governing the contest.
The rules adopted gav-ining the
h-irse ho-e wagon contest are the ofll
clal rules of the Nor.h Carolina Fire.
mono As-lociat Ion.
The rules governing the hand reel
races are :h(s" of t.he South Cur(olina
Firemene Aj-ociation. These ru'es
will be j ublished and ready for di-.
tribution in a few days.
The touramaent was made an inter
state affairt and all cot,tests are open to
the world except Ihe one for 'he gld
lined trumpet which can only ie con.
tested for by membera of the South
Carolina Association. A I white c m
panies will be permitti-d to enter the
contest whether they are members of
the Association or not.
The cash prizes. as wi: he seen are
suflfiiently large to at o ract not, on ly a'l
companies in this state but alue those
of #tther state-, and there 1- every rea
son to believe that the crowd will be a
very larg ' one.
Tie program and p,-zeR are as fol.
J.oim- 5 0 a m -Gem-ral R ception
to Dolegates and v'sitiingr Fire-mln, at
11. a. m. -(ien r-l para-le lit which
must appear with appara us all Cem
paties Intt-ndi g cimpoe f or prizes
12 m -M oting Team 'altaiois at
Cit-y Hall to select Judges
3 p m -Heers ho.e w tgon contiet.
First, prize $150 sq contd p' z $50.
8:311 P. i -Coiivnion Sout,I (arn
lit,a Volutiteer F- em, n- Atseci aIiotn a'
Juie 6, 10 a. m -R-la-d R-el c .iiteoq
ln!er-stat- Firs priz-. $150 S-cond
priz *50 Silver g-eld liin d trumpet.
tou'h C,irodlna Associat.ton team* only
ca conti a for trumpet.
Grab races, immediately foll,owing
hand r el c-ntest First p iz $50.
"lecond priz $20
"ho -fl. " rac.- team first prize $20.
Individual race vold medal.
The governing committee of the
Newberr.N tournament has adopted the
rules of the S.utb Carolitia Ass-icak ion
with he exeptio- of aein ii9 wriki- g
4put drop o a nail -nd sub,1tittia a gt,
of a pistol.
Tuesday, March 26.
You are cordially in
vited to attend
C. & 0. S. Mower Co.
R. ducedi It.tes vie t'. * W. 43. Hl,way
The f'harleston and W.-stern C tro
lina Railw ay beg to announce reduced
rates from their stat,ions on occariouse
Baptist y 'ung peoples unIon, Char
les on S C.-Rlouned trIp tickets for
this occassion will be sold April 2-4,
final limit, April 0. 1901.
Meeting 8 C. Medical A.ssociation,
Florence S. C -R unad trip tickets for
this ocasion will tee sold April 15-17,
final return limi' A prie 20 1901.
Grand Lodcce Kn-uhu,, ion r, a o urm
hia 8 C. -Round 'rip t.Ickets for this
"ceasion will b' on atale A pril 16, 17-18,
final return limI A pril 22
Grand Lodge I 0 P Gree'vml e8S C.
-Round trIp ticke's will be sold to
Greenville for ' his occasion from all
stations April 23-24 final returui limi:,
April 27, 1901
8 'J. F.-deration Wo,mns C be,
Greenville $ 4'.-Tick"saon sale trn. m
all stations *o Gr-. en1vi'il for this - c
casion will be sold A pril 22 28. n~a 24
final return limit April 29 1901.
Gra' d Council inmpr .v -d Order Rled
Men-R und ri) ticke.s w lI be told
all stations to Sear anhurg for this
occasion. April 8. 9, anti 10, final retaurn
limit, 15, 1901.
W 3 ('RAlG
General Passenger Agent.
NIgth' was Her Tetrov
"I would cough nearly all night
l.-tg " writes Mar Chsa.A .p.le'gate. of
Alemardria, laid "and could hardl3
get ainy sleep. I hadl cn..ugm iean He
badl that if I w elked a bal ok I won d
coub frigcha fully and spit bIlood, but
when all othie' meinega (ailed, three
$1.00 bottle s of Dr King's 'iew Discov.
ery wheolly cured tute and I gained~r 1>8
poundat " It 'e abaelute ly gu,rred teedl
toeanreCongha,st olda Li' rijpe Bm.
chttia atid all r'hroat atud Lueng I'r u
ble'.. Prkce. 50o and ' I rial hott 1. a
free at all druggl-ts.
We are selling the
best patent Flour on
earth for $4 40.
Purcell & Scott.
- All Liver and Kwdney troubles are
quaickly relieved and permanently eta ed
by Palmet to Liver M -dtcine Price
10t. For sale by Dr. Van Smi' h'a Drug
Mackintosh Cape 4 oas, Men'a 98c.,
B3oas' 88o., at Wo,o.on's, t.
Mr. 110mintak Ksp osefs be vbatika
At a M-1eing of the Excelsior Fire
C mp ny Mondav night, of this w.ek.
Hon. F I. Dominick, who was some.
limo ago elected Attorney for the comt
pany was present for the first time
since his election, h,aviug beon away
in Columbi repres.nting the people of
Newborry county in the Legisituro
in the foil wing well chos- n words ho
expressed hs th-inks to the m.-nhers
of t1e compan) for too honor conferred
I am sorry tha I have tiot been able
to be with you, gotlemen, ant thank
ou for my clect-loti, and I am gla I to
be With 3sou on this o.casiont and Lthank
3ou in person for the honor that ha
been citiferred upon me. In i let,ter
I gav- vent to as many words '.s I cou'd
to expre sat my h nks it this cotispal y.
I t,ssure 3ou whet, I tried to th .nk ou
that words failed me, and especially
when the honor was colferred as it
was I was away from homtio attend
Iig to other duties, ir) i.g to look out
f r your i,.terests, a- well as the in
ter, s's of my other fri. nds and f-llojw
cit,iz-ns, in the legislative h ,Als of
Smuth Carolina. I as-uro vou that it,
was quito an h-nor and one that will
be I%eng reminbered on mny p rt, to he
thought of by lh, m.-mher- of the Ex
celsior ire Compali% and o be elected
a their attorney, and without any
soicitation ian 'my p-irl. without any
no ice b. forehan- ; and as I have said
beforo, it, is an . veiit in my life that.
will be long rememberpd, and more si,
oft account of the fact that though
abs,n, I still had friends, and air glad
to c ill tbe friende. I anm glad to be
elected a me-mler of your company i
that manner or It. any o her matin.r,
and I take Is t,o be an hlior to be a
tember ald an advisor of a body of
men who while they 1deep yat it tte
saIMe time alwa3s have one eye optn,
anti are ready to protec out lives anid
proper . Awd now on this occaslon,
when you are about to in -tiLgur ite a
affair, which I have no doubt of its ttc
cres I a it glad !o b her-- and with
%ou God stpeed, ad not - nly with my
wishes, but with anything that, is in
my power t he'p %ou to bring the
' urnament w ich you -r n w ab-u to
inatgurate t.o succet4s I Will be glad
t,i he!p on ac-ording to ii m ans .nd
pisw- r, aniv j iNILing fr m the pa-t I
know that m.. wishes will iot, he ill
t-p-nt, hit tha the% will come to a su.
a sfu frnit.ion I k ow th it O.his one
will b-- as sticeesfu' as the sit hers tha
jou have m nag d and giv- n in the
Gont-lement, on th*8 ocamion I.eing
with 3ou, the -.nly thing I c .n add to
what I 1) ive said is that I thatik you,
and I hope hat'you will b as succ sas
ful in the future as you have been in
th- past, - I h,it.k %ou.
h top ittes -in 4,suti h-rin.
'" adsolnt; of ,hd bei641, speOfied oc
casi ts, the- 8 u-hirn RaOw y will soil
rou d trip -.i- t #-:
M tille Rap0ts YoNtlie Peopht.'t
U ion of S u I Ciiilina. Char es sn,
8 ' . A. i14-7 , r --i N vih. rv% $7.30.
Oik+h otu saw Agtr'tl 2-4, l..ail itmit.
Apr'i , 9) h
Annual Mee ing Soth Car'olina
Medlcal Associaticas, Ili renc.', S. (' ,
A priI 17--18, 1901. f:om Ne w terr.1 *i6 30
I'tckets on h,a ae 15 17. 1i al limit A prtl
Mee'tingof -outn Carohina Federatilon
of Wi.mana's Clubs, Greenville, S C ,
A pril 23-27. 1901,' from Ne' wherry $3 75.
Tt1 ket,s oem sale A prit 22-24, finial limit.
'29th . .
Annual MeetinigJunior Ordet Uait ed
Ame?rican Mechaniea. S'ate Council,
Sumter, S C., April 16-18, from New
berry *4 45 Tickets on sale 15 -16, fi
nal limit 20 h.
Great 4 ouncil of Sot,h. Carolina 1m
proved Order~ of R. d: M-ta, 8, arta nhur'g,
8. 41., A pril 9--13, 1901, from N -wbe.rry
*3.73. Tickets on sale Apri 8 10. fatal
limit April 16th.
Grand L')dge \feting 1. 0 0 F' of
%outh Cairolina, Green "ille', 8 ( .. A pr'il
24--26. 1901. from N'w h. r ry $3 75. I Ick
t- on sale A pril 23- 24 final limit. A pril
United ('on'-derare V,-t..rans RI un
10, . M.'mphimi, Tenn . Ma 28 30. 1001,
rate on. Cent mile. 'Tickets on sale
Mlay 251 27. li mit Jin, 4. with i.x tensi -n
final litil Juano 19 ny depositing licke'tr.
w t,b Joint Ageiit, and paying fei of ft.
ents at tinae 'f depoii. Trhey w11.i a!s
arrange as to, permit a atop-over ei h.
i,n the going or retLusn trip of o- e dlas
al Chattanoioga. to en ible the 8 mnsh
t'arolina V'eterans tc visit, Chickamau
May~or K vseC E- t.a * P'rm...
As an ince 't,iv" to the peopli of
N wherty to have the town well dbero.
r t-d o t,hae days mof th- firemens' touir
n ment,. Maym'r Kitettnor offers to that
merchant whot makes t,he prettiest die
p ,,v a trip o plato silver teat set worth
*7500I ThIs is only oneo of the m.'ny
acta of liberalist w' ich are chara.itea
1,tic of Mas or Kiettner. He wi I spar e
n itler memanst nor energy 'o make the.
This will mike 'hjmjs lively an'ong'
the m- rchante, a-id ao n- t.hiag artistlc
an the way of deciorattiir.s mas he e.x.
p'ct d Not on y wIll brig',t butntin a
s"1rve to enlivetn 'hi' t'own. 'ut they wial
a 'd much to 'the I ea sty f t'ie s o . m
and bha a good ad vertisa.ent for s he
me rob ants.
* Fdir. a .n1',' Utane Calt
'-[ ituck to, my tetnge, all hmigh
every jollct netted a,te every nervae was.
rackedl 'ih pain." Write.' (. W Rells
mv.t a locomottitive fireimian, of? Burlinsg
totn Ioawa. * It was ek and peale, with-t
taUt anly appetltAtuandtall jun dow i. A.'
I was aborut to give uIp. I got ia bottle of
Electric Bi'ter.., atnd after tiakinig it, I
fel' t s ell a I .'ver d id in my lire'
Wa'ak. aiekIt ran do'wn peoplea i'mC
grain new life.a tra's.g- h andr eigar tr,
athdr lSta' 'T"y thensut - ati-f.c,it.
guaranuteed he~ a.l denwalutn Prv.. r,O.
At Ihm (Ip-r.i 111si Tn.or,,sw Nigit
The Cleritg-. ilitan & lleaglf-r
BI( \1tist'r.-k, 25 trit-ts murician4. co
m-ians aid sirifer. will appear at tho
01) ra 1louse, Saiurday night, March,
The ii-I Minstrea contRina many
fea'!ure-t new to tho peol-le of 'hie city.
Such as ihe vrieat vlecirisal flrot part.
gr m(d chorii of trat..ed voives. suporb)
-r0'sesttra finl1s e. m11, dhfils. t; wiet, 1inst
ero A plae. to ttk, your wife and
w witr- -x.
In 1853 S -p) 3.-d M - JLcib G. Wolf
of Sini tun -f L'xie1ton, w-o Mear
ried 'o h s A mind M Fox M in- Sal
lie I,,. -ilniois wroto the following on
"A -I. ll't. Fox with it lr. t.t3 b'a'k eye,
Att-racti-d a Wlf that was then pass
Oe.C gli1to ws eu011gh,
And her brigh- conning face
So,et t, mp dI 'his Wo f o begin a Fox
0're hill and o'ri vailey he wind, d his
N w futlly determlieO to mAko hor his
The il c wall soon rui,
V'hv v c or, won.
Aiid 'lit s13- little Fox a Wolf has ho
0 I ma.i tht - be hapmy thriugh many
a . ear,
Ami t lie Wolf niever roam from his own
Cstile for neer It wV-n 1 na Mr Butter.
Y. ars ago ur ieers, and especially
brtedvr. of e 1)i, h I'd from tlt larger
treed, and in co h- qua-nce the but-f va
rietLes could 1.e had in grieat nubirero
throulghoul t lie e uitry and d ivers to
market.. Nt t ti , n -w.
A-4 I Lys m-litl thih g if a choice beef
is ,a.t d it is i3uppw ll from Kaseas
CIt ints e I of heille pret10 tdVi at, Ime.
Prsi - no-e Li t, ei 3 . v-ir old het-ves can
c ralsed by our 'aoarmerd In prop riion
Lt, tilh. paisture! lanid.
For t%evural . cars our po ople have
beeii r 0i- hu ier cattle to the exclu
biOlm 'If be fi un10imaIs. It, OCe-1,1rs 10 MC
our frIIe's Cu d . l a larLye ailount
of h - he f eonueimd in the State if a
Ciher g-V' e1e1ia 'u b-i t'l ng m1talet of the
I rg. r tweede-, al w ith such ieicrosies
he, f ca . r v aitd to s1ppi %I ancertaill
ux lit I lie lital ld f(.-r hee
I -.u-e' St, h.! H - retod, Durham,
Pot. -td A iaijsit a. i) r it -t the bes for
theill pupob- idict (a d as best for the
The A:.tshires its d D.v us m4ke fine
beef ji r- goo milk-r, no1 excel
ling the lat t, r ast xe,i. Tht,se two lat
ter bri 4-f. are prolitrly regarded as a
I hope to sve at de cded cbange In uI -
inumaie a of -he- lrgelr breeds toproduce
fine 1) @-f, milk a' d butter
I tit' not word to :a against bit.
'f-I U111m ir.. "kit 1-uchl br1011 t4houldj ntt
'e- il i- -dalmo-i IX 1usiv-l1: to the neg.
I e of i. f ea.s-, i.
Iii. am uh'i ' e (one f thie mri ns to
furthe1 r' d V r'- Ci.-athan *..n thait line at
lease. TIi0H WN iIJLLOWAY.
int. rr' e St. i'-nulpe4
[ w il II '-t1men( ion1 one of the, whole
8sale~ mr'chantsi tl'rltini t) build up our
little own. Kat uiaht. It is useleas to
try to -t''p a mt .n1 fioma s--lling when he
han the roodsi arnd our merchants have,
anid there.fore they canm se-llI their goods
for more than ot hr nr. Why doni't you
try to down the slst,-r' toWn-1? Prosper
lt-y1 and( P mlaria, I c * n l ell *3 eu why, be
cauIsP yolu keow it, ist no use.
Lie'. Sindar' remin ed us of summe-r.
We had 'us fcrt. thunder sho)wer. A
veny severet itto m fallewed. It was get-.
ti-- ver3 dr y Il in .it sect-.I.
Scome of the f.mrmIe a have alreeady be
gunf to planit, co-a' M v idea it that I he'y
arle teoo soon0 Fe- I b lieve t.hat there
will b t' '.-me 1--vert cold0 weathe'r yet.
TPh 'r* wait qutilt. a~ large crmi-'a ' at
II u I It If - lic.t 'u edat . Two eef the
3 ou -g hi o-.i hi w. r. pr.' i-enlt, happItI. n
ed wei.h q ire~ a ud aIccden , theyv wont
ouit, it) he , iard toi gt i'omli flowers,
1.n11 on 'hied. r. Iua n '0 L,he b use, ehe
'Th Sr Philip Lii. iare H "iet.s met
lat Saturay nIL'- 1. 'Th. S l j -et which
he. (deb1at.-dt wast. ''W1 ic is ad mired,
h.'aut,a or i 1-dam "I The negativ e side
,!aine'd the VII tory3.
TPh.' iera'n esop ' lookaitng very sorr1yI
a, 'hit. t. c VaW. hcop- I hat it will
nme ouit, '- we wanit,1 t'ah,e our oewn
Mr's \Mar' Kinard died lat-' Sunday,
sthe wa" beld IIo re'i' in r"t, P.aul's, grave
v'ard A z", -ixt-y i e yt'ar-, oin' nebont,h
eand tlit. n d a it sFiathe-rtop.
THE MUSICAL EVENT.
.RID-', Y,MARCH 28
Otne' Nighee tnly.
Aes t -' b I iwI~ 1-'ao u- ' 1 n ertisiner
Oljd the ' t''ob" ted Yotun inA nei LI V 0 icn
ina lei 'Il'I. H. Lidy
in deig'tfs rotraml "ntI-"'-y f-n from
du inmess. at cl comlt ng of
lAd.h Q+irtattes, Vio'in ated Vocal
8.alos. Mi ecidelinl and GeitIr Club,
(I.mic and Sarnio,is Readings,
IC c , KIct. Et,o
L MUSI"I I, tlItin'-ant, thaet i.e e j - a'
b 0 .aik to the musicl n and he msss.
PtIl Eai - - '45 Sd0 sent 75 t'ente
6.u Ouc Pra'ream., jt Ouasa lo.. JLsoIf
$Priqg is HerE
And with it comes th(
Now SpI iR[ Uooa k
This thought hac
been with us mans
During the long win
ter days we were no
idle, but constantly or
the alert, watching for
new, as well as cheap
Dry Goods, constantly
adding to our stock,
here and there, some
article of snecial value,
or perchance some
thing just out, until to
day, we have perhaps
the best all round stock
that we have ever
the three vital points
of a good stock:
Value! Style! Variety!
Am to valuei, we gulranteo pric--s
an 1- 'w a any hlo0)H C1 9l Vk Oi
Fam1e qiality of miierchandiso.
As to mt l, wo aro th levaders.
Am to variety, wo will cono nearer
rnimithing ove'ry'hbing in Dry Grods,
Millbory atuid Sh.v thai any houe
ml this H"ctionl, both chl-ap anld fillo.
Our Millinery Department
is il) to its utiual high titandard.
Diar trimmer from Now York is a
goit in the right plitco.
Our Fhoe Store,
ilho only excinsive 8hoo Store it
Newherry, cont aii Shwfis for till:
Mien'H Shoos, LadiPH' Shoo-, Bo' H
Sh1os07, Girlm' Sh-ws, Sho-Em for the
Balby, Sunday Shosm. Working Shoem.
When youil arlr slicpping plesml il'.
4p.Ct our stock. Wii ofor you i
4t ro-g c inait intt , go(dt Horvivos,
honost, d.-aling, l,1w pricvs and as fiiw
itovk to Helect from.
Next wi-ek we will toll you about
3one of our spocialtie.
C &GS.MOVOT COB
Spring TJoos h, Spike, D)ino, T'orron
and Umback Hanrrows, W'se(ders amit
1Hrr. w Teeth. Coro, Cotton andi
Pea Plantern, Fort ilizer D)rills8, Cot
ton H. I0, etc., et c., aill of t he htigh..st
gratde andi ch)eapesQt prics to be had
Give us ai enll and( let us provse
what we ad(vertiseo.
Newberry Hardware Co.
The Riser Millinery
Cordially invite you to
be present at their
Spring Opening and
Display of Imported
and Domestic Millinery
Tuesday, March 26tn.
Valentine Beans !
We have them and
the best kind at
We offer also all other
varieties from Lan
dreth & Sons, such as
Striniglesse Greein P'od Boeans.
Black Wax Beans.
Go,lden Wax Boans.
First in Market Beains.
Mississippi P'old Beans.
Creaseback Cornfield Beans.
##'We are headquar
ters for all Garden and
Field Seeds at
Is the place to got your Baso Ball
tpililes. Wo have a full lino of
Balls, Bats, Cloves
and Catcher Mitts.
Have, just reevived a new lot of
aid will he glad to have you call and
examlaio them boforo bu) inig.
If you witit it
buy tihe Wativrmi-n Evry Pon is
guaritmd to givo sittif.ction or
o carry at full lino of
Books and Stationery.
W. G. MAYES.
Come In out of the
And we will make you
comfortable, not only
while in our store, but
on your way home, and
after you get there.
Just Think of I!
all these comfortable
goods going for a mere
Mn't M ck ito'h Cape Coats 98c.;
M).%s' 884 ; M n ', $5 00 overcoat $3 45,
mnd liner -os at a iti Ile more than
'a r1 rico Ver.y hes' all-wvool 13'ankete
10-4 at $2 11), II- 1 a. $3.75.
Well, as to Cap-rs and
Jacket-, if we charged
any less we would be
giving them away.
Men's Underwear and
many other goods at
Yours for business,
S. J. Wooteq
"Sing their own praise."
Thle word BEhas boen
so mST ahsed
lIhat tI' o is1 no ot he'r wvord t hat
will ads .lmat1l1 descrioo the ST'IIEIFF
It is as near p. rrectio asl 1 human
4kil huas boon1 able to reach.
It combiinos thei high gnailitiOs of
lhe othler ins' run i s n<l h18I!'I as many
nignIto aLdditionst of its OWn,.
Chas. M. Stieff,
N. and S. Carolina B3ranch'l Wareroom,
213 N. Tryoni St.
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Wearr a iole of Tle
4.p,Ems ieysCnis l
DiconvCecky Drop Fes