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he MmMnu em
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M e at... .................. . . ........ 5 @ .
Shouliers ........................... c.
Best Lard ............... .......... 7 i(8Ac.
BoAt Molasses, new crop...... 50c.
-Itod M lasszp%4 .................... 25(q335c.
Corn ................................... 65c.
M eal .......... . . ......... ........... 600.
Haay................ . . ................ 75c.
W heat Bra a........................ $1.00.
1st Patent Plour.................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour ................... $4.50.
Strait "lou i....................... *4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour ...........$3.50(a4.00.
Sugar .............. ......... Ql 6c,
Mum .................................... 61(a)8ic.
c olyc'e................................. 10(a)20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale [ulls, per cwt.............. 300.
I per 1b ..................... 15(a)20c.
gs, er dozen ................. 100.
Chi cvkien , each.................... 121(g)20c.
Polas, per bushel....... .......... 7Oc.
Corn, per busiel.................. 150.
Oats, pm bush el................. 35( e40c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 40((V50c.
Tur,kes, per lb ......... . 6(a 8c.
Fod'der, por Cwt ........ . 60(075C.
Two i>xes lt'lastic Starch at M. Y.
Morris' for 5 cents. t&f At.
lIt Uglouto Services.
Int,evesting services are being held
twice each day this week in the Asso
ciate Ieformed Presbyterian church
at I I a. i. and 8.30 p. in., with preach
ing by lRuv. .1. G. Dale. Next Sabbath
the services will be at 11 a. m. and 6
P. mll., the latter especially for voung
people. Itey. Mr. Dale is a good
preacher and a young man of splendid
1) 1Witt,'s Little 'arly Itisers benefit
prmnittently. They lend gentle assis
tancl to nature, causing no pains or
weakn vss. peralneln)Mtt t, Clr-injr, collstipa
tiot and liver ailments. I.obertson &.
11 ouipe andl lot For sit e.
F1or1 tersins and particuila's apply to
f&t tI Dr. James ML. Kibler.
An Exceiption to the Itul.
A -hop where you can get what you
want and when you want it.
E, 11. LAesI ainager. t&f tf
We have the best buggy in stock
that we have ever put on the mat ket
for the money. Call and see it.
t&f-86 P. A. ScnmrlUi;ivr, Agt.
i?rnyton Iut Ii-vrrordt Ok.apter.
The regular mneeting of the Drayton
Rutherford Chapter will he held on
Tuesday afternoot, July 4t,h, at six
o'clock, at, the residence of Mrs. J. IN.
Kitiard. A full meeting is requested.
Yolu caul't, cire dyspepsia by dieting,
Mat good, whoh some food. and plenLty
of it,. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digest's
food without aid from the stomach, and
is made to eure. Robertson & Gilder.
Fr Sai .
"ovi,ral nice building lots. Cheap.
P"asy terins. W. ). HAtDY,
Stilp thle File".
Use our Screen Doors and Windows.
STUARtT 1 U)os.
it. TI Ls N-I Manager. tartf
P'lie at )eadfran.
A pienic will h.e given at Deadfall by
the school on Tuesday, .July 4th. The
publ)1ic is cor'djially invited to attendl
andl( bring well filled biaskets.
MJr. and MIrs. 1B. Laekamtp, E:lston,
M\o., writ es: "Onie Milnut,e Cough Cure
savedi the life of our i ttlec boy wvhen
nearly decad wiith eroup "' lTobert.son
I will iiive a first class cue at my
Imu'se Ju11ly 4, 1899), dlinner' for ladies
fThero will he a meeting of St. Paul's
A lliance Saturtday, July 1st-, at 41 o'clock
p. mu. All menmbercs are~ requiested to
att.end, attd we resp)etfully invite all
ot,bers to comeC and join wit,h us.
(-. H. ArmL,,
T Lhotmas I thoads, Centerfileld, 0.,
writes: "'I sutll'ered from p)iIes sevent
or~ ig'h t y'ears. No) remedy gave Ime
reie tf unmtil D)eW itt's Witch Haizel
S,alve, less thatn a box of which perma
ntr tIly cutred me."' Soothing, healing,
perfectly hartmless. B3eware of coun
t,ertelts.. Hlobertson1 & Gilder.
* Ewla~.rry (Cottona Seed Oitl11 Muet For.
T Ihe An nual Meeting of the Stock
holders of TLhe Newber~ry Cotton Seedl
Oti llll and l"ertilizer Company will
be( held at.( 'outncil Chamtber's on Wed
nesday, t,he Ii ft day of J1uly, 1 899, t, 3
- t'clocek p. in , for the elect,ion of D)i
rectors~ for the ensting year, and for
tb .Ittrsactiont of other business.
r4. W. Flovn't. Secretary.
Ne. v berry, S. C., Ju tne 22, 1899. 2t,
- ~ieskhan'a Anniversaury Ora.tors.
Ini tbe liist of annivesary oraitors at
ra~ Eck ine College commencements for
- eiach year since 1840, except 1860-68, as
*comflp1ild by Itev. 0. Y. lotnner and
publ1)1ished in the Associate Iteformned
lPresbet erian, we note the following
18-Jud---II(ge J. II. O'Neall.
1815--A. C. (arlington, Esq.
1818-iIon. J1. J1. Cald well.
- 1870-Prof. A. 1P. Pifer..
1874-I. 1". J. Caldwel, l'sq.
A -rdt of Thanks.
I wish ft any', that I feel undi(er last
I eg obb t ions fori w hat Chamb erlai n's
'otgh It R.maedy hans (lone for outtr famdily.
We Itavv utnd It itn so tmanty cas5.s of
6eouglhs, lung t rotubles and whtooing
'Vutgh, anid It hams always gIven the
ni. Mi p,erfect sautisfac Ion, we feel.great
t inditet.t..i to the tau tfacturers of
hi. remedi(y antd wi~sht thema to p)'eas
qeret our11In. heriy t hantks,-I espiect
ully, Mr.t. N. D)oty, D)es Moines, Ioawa.
Nr toale by Y. V. P'olhamu, drugaist.
VARIOUM AND ALL ARIOUT.
Monday will be saleday.
The Sherlff will have a few sales to
make on Monday.
Miss Sallie Jones, of Dyson, is visit
Ing Mrs. F. H. Aull.
Dr. and Mrs. Peter Robertson are
visiting in Charleston.
Col. Goorge .ohnstone is attendiiig
court if Columbia this week.
Sarvices wili bu hold In the Luthran
church next Sunday morning.
The Central Luther League will meet
at St. Paul's church tomorrow.
Mr. Orlando Sheppard, of 14dgelleld,
is visitinig at Mr. B. F'. Grillin's.
Mrs. W. H. Waliace has returned
from a visit to relatives atRidgesprilng.
The Southern's new ot-pot will be
Opened up1) tomorrow. Its a bgaut.y too.
Mrs. F. .1. Russell Is visiting her un
cle, Mr. W. W. Daniel, at Domalds, S.
Mr. William Meredith, of Augusta
visited Mr. C. W. Bishop's family this
Contraetor E. H1. Leslie has beguln
work on Mr. 11. E. Todd's residence in
The seasons uround here for the past
wee-c or ten diays have been all that we
could wish for.
Aliss E. LIlla Kibler left yesterday
for Ilarvard University to take a spe
elal course in Lat,in.
There will be a meeting of tie Bache
lor .\laids ILL Mr. J. C. Wilson's tomor
row atfternoon at (' o'clock.
Rev. M. G. G. Scherer, the pastor
elect of the L,utheran church, will take
charge on August 1st.
Mr. W. A. Fulmer's residenco in
Brooklyn will be completed and ready
for occupancy by July 15th.
Miss Nellie Chapman left yesterday
fOr' Hiarvard University, at Camb1)rid ge,
Mass., to attend the sumnier school.
Mr. P. E. Scott left on Tuesday to
visit relatives in Chicago and Eastern
ill;nois. Ile will be away for about, a
Messrs. C. .1. Purcell, E. 11. 1awley
and J. 11. Wicker will visit Florence
County next week to visit, tile tobacc,
'Tihe interior of Newberiy College is
being painted. MIr 11. T. Whit., an
xpert, art-it with the brush, is in
eblarge of tile work.
N iss Louise ('haipian, who has beenl
att.ending Newherry College, has gone
to little Mountatin where she will
spnlid part of her vacation.
Cole, I.. Blease, Eg., a promintent,
ilember of the Newberry aund Salida
Lars, WIS inl tOwni Sa011trday oi pro*
fussional business.- -exiigton Dis
Wateh out for, M imnaugl's ad in our
next papet. He has stacks of goods
that he is going to land over to the
public at such piwioes thalt ley catn't,
refuse to take them.
Mr. I.bt,. Crawford atd Miss Fan- I
ie, his sister, took in Newberry com
mecemrlent . NIliss Pannmie will remain
in Newberry I,ili the fourth of .1 uly. -
TPhe E.<eelsior~ Fire Comnpany will
parie'de at (i.30 t.his af terinooni in thieir
ne6w tiIformls. immendiately after the
parade the reel team will give an exhii
bit,iont run in their new tiniformis.
One ice uera chiurn andi t.hrPee wh11it.o
plait,es left. at, t lhe recepJt.ion at, the col
Ilege oin Wednuesdaiy niighlt of comitmence
mienlt. Owners eann secure samefl by
catllinrg at NI rs. .16n0. A. Summer's.
Misses I izie 0 .vdom anid Al ice
Witt-, two of Sah ida's sweet girls, r'e
tunzed last "r'iday after a very pleasanitl
stay amtong relaht ivis at, Newbe,rry, at
tetmt itg connnontirremnt.-Sa~ila Ad
The Baptists (if Facitoyvilla will
give an ice cami fest.i vii at the resi
idince of Snuper itendent, E. P . WVilbur16
on Satturday evening next WVe
greitly app)reiate ani inv itat,ion 1o be
Hlon. .1. A. MlcCul lough will deli ver
an addcresis aot the "ou rtli of J1uly3 Cele
bration at, Gialiney. Among the (lt,ber
speaker(~ts wi' .ire Gn M. ( '. Iutler and11
We 111blIish anl art,iele on the first
page of t,h is paper whichel we hlope all
our elt,izenst will read. 11, is of esplecial
inLtrest to Newhlerriantis right at thiis
time. Th'le tit,le of the art,iele to whlich
we allude is: "Newhberry InIterested--I
Cotton Mills as Adjuncts to Banks "
The Southern Railway will sell tick
ets bet,weeni promninent-po(ints oin it s line
to aill po01inLs Mo st of tile MIississi pi and(
Southi of t,h e Ohio arnd IPotomiae riv erjs
att rate of ( ) m and On :e- Ihli rdl l"irst,
Class . Fares fo r t,he rounrd trilp on
aLccounit 4th .1inly exeu rsions. TPicket,s
to lie sold ,ittly 2, ,1 , linial limit, .1 ily 'i,
The mleetinlg in prog ress at Thmomip.
50on St. Chuiirebi is growlig inii ntirest,.
Rev. Mr i. Dale is anl earniest, arid fuIlly
coinsecrated man10 and( his preaCichlIntg is
Oil a hlighI planie. lie wvill preachi this
mornin g and6 Lonlight . to-mitorrow morn
ing and( Sabbath miornling and nIght,.
WVe aie glad to see the heart,y eo-opera
t,iOn oif the ot hemr pastors and thleir
Are grand, bunt Skinl Erupt ions rob
lIfe of J ry. Buickh-ii's Arn ica Salve,
cures tine ; also Old, Runnring and1(
Fever Hores, U lcers, Hl;~'s, Iyelons,
('orirs, Warts, tt, Bruises, lBurns,
Realds, Chiappied fIand-r, Chilb'anms.
IHeat P'ile eniire on irthI. I),iv'es
crut P'ains anid Achca. Only 25i els, a.
box. Ciire gti.tranlteed.( l bll
i)ruggists. .Sl i l
OU t 10BLACCO FAtAS.
Newspmper M:1 Visit tile Faruis l are,
Anaiet at the Nlecean With Vilet
tho ICxporlmautern mre be,l
ieg- CUopst Look W.li
*ut Atep,ult Vill
Through tho kindness of Mr. E. 1.
Pawley, E'ditor HousUal, of the Ob
server, and this writer were yesterday
Imloril ig IrIlvei to Lit) tobacco farm"s
Itear town. Our citizens have, nto idelt
to what extent, tile weed is being culti
vated right, at our. door., and wilh what
sUcCess those who h111Ve 111idertaken the
ex perlieit, are meeting.
The lirst place visited was the faim
of the Newherry Tobacco Association,
ntear the brick yard. Th is is a field of
20 acrvs, uider the mnNagerent of ir.
Toml linerel I, u gent leml"an who has imd
several years ex perience in the t,i va
tion of tobacco. 'I'he plants are at:omti,
three feet high, and the broad green
leaves arc beautiful to look ip:on. \ I
Harrell informed us t.hat in all of Iis
experience he had never had tihe
tioublo and ill-luck thatt had befallen
him this year in the cultivation of to
bacco. The recent rain was the first,
that lie has had oin his crop since tle
plants were put, out, having to uil
water to put them out with and keep
them alive. It is interesting to hear
these men talk of the iode of gather
Iig and the procebs of curing o- dr-y ing
the tobacco, and to have themn ex1plain
the workinligs of tithe dr-yilng houses or
barlis. ir. iarrell is prold of his
erop and has a right to be, for with al!
his bad luck his crop promises satisfac
tory results, and taken altogethier will
collpal-0 With any we have seen.
We next visited Col. C. .J. Purcell's
tobacco plantation, out, at the Lake
place beyond Hlelena. Mlr. Purcell hait',
an expert tobacco grower with him in
tihe( person of Ir. Johil Harrell, of
14orcnice County. Nilr. larrell says
that lie has 18 acres planted for Col.
Purcell, 12 of which will yield iiin I,
500 pouinds to the acre ,otne of which
will bring as much as 30 and -0 cents
per pound. lie is now erecting several
drying barns, one of which will have
two 1iles, it buing larger than the rest.
Mr. Llarrell's crop looks well. Ie too
has had iio rain unt,il the past few days
and yesterday moriing Iut out ils last.
ir larrell says he has been in the
tobacco business I1 year-, and t,ie poor
est, crop he ever made was S,()I to the
acre, and that lie has made as m1,1uch ao
$1-Ni to the aere. ie says we have just
plent,y of land souitable for tobacco ell'
ture here, and pr.--dicts that, in a few
years all our farmieurs will he culuivat
ing toh Ico.
Mr. l'awley next catrri !d us to his
plantation over at the "dary farm,"
where he lias live acres planted. Ar.
Pawley has the advantage of t.he others
in tle uniforiit,y of growth and the
rouidlness of leaves, which isimOtless
dutle to at little better q1uality of land,
his being comparatively a new grou(1.
However, they all have good crlopF,
and neitet has th e ad vant,age of the
Th'ie horn and haid wormas hatve been
giving thieni no end of t.rouble, but by
paingit litt,le negroes 1t0 centIs per* huni
cired ior t,he w~tormis, t,beC pintIs iare kep ht
ci.la and( the litt,le negroes busy.
'The farmer C s of theC coutn ty shIioulId
maiike it their buisi ness to v i 'it, t,b ese
l.obaiuco farms &ad see for thliemselvyes
for intO ou oiion10 it is only it quhest,ioni
of a few years lbe fore tob. -co will take
t.he lace of catton int this part or tnc
Sttt, on intnd sutitalble to) its cuiltuire.
We ihpe t.o publ ish in oute next, papie.
a otter from :\lr. IIlarrellI to i1 his homi
papier in l"Iorenee, which will give you
some idea its to h)iis op)inibon of tobacet
etilture in thiis seet,ioni.
To show whtat, is being donte in the
lower part of the State, we publish the
following from onie of our daily patpere
of a few days ago, from Tim monasvilie,
There are to be' seen going u p th ree
larige tobacco sale warehouses 81 by
2201, 801 by 2(') and 105 by 1(10 feet, re
spiectively. There were to be noted
al so ini coulrse of erect,ion three lar-ge
steamt pliant,s, one 50t by 200 feet, by tbu
A merientn TPobacco ('om pa ny, ianroth -e
50 by I 20 aind Iihe third 60 by 200 feet.
lie also not.ed four hau-ge priz/e houses,
all but one t hree stories hiigh, each
about, 50 by i00 feet,. D)wellings are
going upj in p)rot)ortiort, about 15 or 2(0.
large itndo small.
L ast year t,h is town's imatrket sold1
tw'.o antd one-hadlf iIll ipuinds oif to
h:aeco, ileadlin g t e Stiate, thle recei pt+s
for It oatcco last, year b,einog nearly $ 250.
(000. Th le tot atco crop thlis ,'ear i lhas
been incwreaused at least, 75 per'ecent.
Thliis year 800t sets of hines for tobatcoa
barns hiave beetn debv'ere.d
NI r. .Jlihn MieSwcern iast, year had I18
aceres of t obacteo on one of 1his plin tat,
L,ions t,biut nett.ed him i-50 50Id-t per acre.
Wvouni Naot sff r so, Agiain, for Fifty 'I liit
I mn l'raen.
I awok de iast niight wit h sev ere palmii
in may stomaitch. I never felt si bad ly
In all by life. When I camie down 1(1
work this mrorn ing I felit so weuak I
coublI hardly woruk. I went I) in Aill
& M'i rdly's dIrug stu'' land lhey
('holera n nd D ia r:hi(t'n Itemi edv. It
worked like miagic and one do. 'e'fi xed
tie all righnt. I0 certniiihy is he finest
tinig I ever tis d for stom'laclb t roule t
I shall not beO wit hoot it in rmy h'.,-mt
helreiafte-r, for I itl not enre t-. 'ilturl
thie suffer.in gs oif Istii liigt. niga in Cot
fifty time; s is price.-( . 1I Wilson,
ILi veriym ti , lHuirge-t 1t tOwn, WVashiri
lonl C. P.I'a. Thi'Is r.tedy is for statie iy
W. F. Peilhainit, D)rugglst.
AL a mreetinrg of the IBoatrd of 'Trus.
tees of the I 'rosperity Graded School
held Thuiiirsd.aty afternoon, .\lr. .1 . C
D)an iel, of Al lendale was elected P ri n
clpal and AlIIss Lille A Iken muasic
teacher for thte next seidon. Th'Ii
other two teachers wvillI be electet
Itev. Milita vuoue OIIne.rvto Our Imprroye
Rlev. Sam 1'. .oies, who loctiled
hlere several days ago, inl a lutter to the
Atlanta Jour'nal, hIts tho following to
say of Newberry and Latirons:
"I broke up farmiig four days last,
wevi anid went- or I to South Carolini,
lecturing tt, itllens arnd Newberry.
Those are splendid towns and improv
Ing rapidly. I was astonishied at tle
growth of Laurens and 'Newberry Sic
I was there years ago. Sity what you
will about cot-tol 111118 and ianufac
t.UriIg iIdUIstries, but Ht ait 10l It mani
of sense noed do is to visit arounld
aiong .he manufacturing towns anid
Cities arid 1o amliong the towns welure
thoe aro Ito imanifactories. A blind
man eati see the diffeverece.."
H111 w tit Ctirii it spirain,
I ist fall I spriined my h4-1t hip while
ba2tidling Hillme Ilwalvy hw<v.4. Tho dloc
lor 1 I e I it d o( wI-4 ld it firm it. wa'Its a
slitzhit Straii -u11 wolld Soonl he well,
b111t il gl-w wevtI-&O. 1nd tLe doc(or lthen
maii I iad riht-1imiai ill. I r v tii tiled
Il gr-4w woi-e am itd I coutil hardly get
aronlid to work. I went to a drug store
1,1ni1 the drOnist. iecomiended mue it
to) lrv ( ',1il itl ' haiit 11i01di. I
I riei it td wii-lhalf of it 5) (eiit hot tie
cured mie vi.lll-lv. I n)ow reconmmend
It.I t ill my Iriv"idt.- -I. A. Mt brook,
1ErI, lt. I' ik for sale by W. E. Pel
lit in, d ing g1.
Mlouididgr;, Illilnbvir, Lathls and
Shn n lt;. S ' I A I Vl'ti Is I .
I' 1-1. 1 -:sLi.:, M atnagoer. ta ftf
The .to!-1dholdels of the Carolina
Maufi et. ag C,ompany held It si -
cial Ieet,inl yesterday afterioonl and
d2cided to iilervase the it,ilal stock to
'Thie books of subser'ption will be
Opened aIs Sooll as the required au111th1or
ity can be obt-uled from the Secretary
Contractor Shockley is ait woik
buildilng al extensiVe addit,jonl to the
mairn building of tIle company's plant..
The dimensions of the addition are 25
feet wide arid 117 feet long. 'Tle buid
ing forn erly isil as a cottori gili4nery
has bwen tulrned at-ound and will le
ut,ilized also in the enhluIjt enr t of the
The cimpany is Ilakinig i sUCCIess of
manrufactir'ing collins, and has built
uip) at large and growing 1trade through
out, South Calolinlat aid adjoiring
Thie tihre-e-imuiths-old chil of mr.
and Mres. N. 11. Lake died at t,heir
home inl the couity yesterday, 29th.
Phe reniainls of tle lit.lo onie will le
laid to rest, at, Silly lia cl 'eb th is af
Ltr'looll at .3 O'clock.
M. AIt It i1C).
On Sumity Rtev. S. A. Ntties, of
l'a1oL, arid M iss leailli. Litt,lejolin, of
Ashury post, ofliCo, were married. The
Iridn and grimi wern in tho city Yes
rday. -Sitl'tanbli ig IitaId, .i no 27.
At the First Mutlilt chirch
Next Su nday miorn ing and niliight lIe~v.
WV. W. D)ani.h D D)., will prieeh at, the
l'irst Methaisti am'clb. At the morn
ig servic he3 a will lal k or "Th T'a0 weni
tioth Conttiry i'v 1ducat,i ' nal I'ii(dow
ment.'" Th'e pulile is coradiatly invited
t,o both1 serv 4eer.
We hatve .m oiai desk in vi t,ationa
from Mi rIa. A. t'rnk I xer'1 tttendai the
28t.h~ A rniumaal I ('ommnnnt, o f tli h ,atw
D)epaiariet tof ,he Geo(.i'gat.own' Uivelr
sity', which oaccuried(a I Jun. Ih-dI. Thei
degiree (If ,i4'hlori a of l,aw wvas 'ain
ferred tipi' maut friend, Mr i. 1Irver',
wiebC ginv s uis a fe'elingia of pide.
i'li tlo --Ma 4tti44.
A r'egular meeOtinig or t,be lIaclhl
MIatid s will lie hi -I at thie reidei nce oft
MI r. J1. C. W ilsimn, SatanId ay~ a ft,e'irno
at. (6 o'clock. Al r1mmbnrs atroe( euest,
edi to he presenrt foar elect ion oaf ollier
for the ne xt, i iniont. Th'e r'eguhliri
miont,bIIly dues w ill lbe colleet'-Ld foir MIay
M] msa' MlCLA rt,, I'res ideni .,
Tiherie w1 ii l be two ver i' nti .0 rest,ing
gamnes oIf hall on the ('ollege girunds
on t,he atfternioon (at th 4t and.1 mo(rnoii
ing (of t.he 5th oi(f Jul y. The home Lys
wVill c r'oss hats w ith b01~ti0 the iuen baoys.
Thease)' gamaes atre goaing 1.) 110 initerest
inlg, pride(d the visitor'a can1 Interest
last and1( the people should come1 (out, anid
see the boys~ "'wieldl the willow.'' The
home(1( baoys atr'e prait.ic ig 'ver'y after
noon1( atnd n14 nPIlw in goodi sha ipe. Th'ere1
wtill be a smazli atdmiksion fuo of 10 and
I a 5 (i cet,s ( carred to lhelp def ray ox -
pense o15(f the visitors1. Th'Iie Iadies ahre
cordi ially invited -f trio.
i'p444'rai 1(1ate Over the4 U. N. & I. I(iatlruinii
runs5 iailli'(adt( 15 o(aeikinmg a r 'gpg aptts
for' spec'ial ocasionis meintionecd below.
Oo'e'sion In terna ational C onivenltion
hItia Ist,'t Yonng I 'eopleos' Unriion of A mriir
ita, Itichmondlai, Vat., Ju lly 1:3 16. One
fare foirLi the1 o trip. Thei A tIaant,ic
C2oatst, Lin ruI'n s LlIbrou gh l'iilmvan bulTIet,
*sleepjinrg car1s to dI(es ttati. ikets
0o1 satle .1umly I I to I3: Ih.
IOccasion U.n Ited( Society of Chirist ianr
Irndeatvor', Detloat,. MIichligani, Ju lly ) 1t)
10. One fatre for r'ound tripa viat A. O.Xa
T'ickets sold1 .July :3 to ' Iiclusi ve.
iFor' further inmformnatiori see the agent,
10. Catveang h.
Bears th ~110 Killd V0t Have Always BougIlt
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
AMt, TI1EC NE.WK OF A 1.AVE ANID PICO
IZ v. AI. .1. I vlive, of Stvaita,. is
visiting his sicier Irs. Niillur A v.
I rs. I,. G. ('orbett has rLI iet'nd hoImm
fromI CrL-envilIe whore she has been
visiting her relatives and friends.
mrs. .1. f. i,tangfori, of Swansa,
visited Dr. A. 1". l,angford's falilly last.
Miss Lizzie )reber, of Irmo, is visit
In her frieids Misbes (lertrude Ilob"
and 1)ella l3owers.
Miss Kate Smith is visit.ig Miss Toy
Lathanl at. I,itt:0 Molutain
Misses tI ail I, y I 'l'ellers spent
last. week with. friends in Newberry.
NI r. lI skel l' i'eagle leaves t.o-nun-rrow
it) take charg- of t.het, sI e depart'nlli'lit,
of flalliwall.,% r's store in ('olimlbia
We wish Nir. I"cagle inuel suicces4.
Niv Waltr lUk,er, of G10alf1ey, visited
Iis brol.lie. M r. K. Iat.ker la week.
M rs. S. T. Illinan and children
havE returned from Norh CaoI lila
WhrV 1e has beeI Visiting her former.
MIiss Annie 161li Wise is visitin re
latives lit k.ittle Mlountain.
NIr. 1). T. Kilard of Ninety Six visil
ed Mr. Nlaxcs 1latnill last week.
Mr. ,Inlo. W. Kirkpat,rickc Is homle
froi I'',skinle College.
Iiss (Geirtrude Simpson is visit.in- rc
latives in Newherry.
NIrs. Nettie Kilard and little daughl1
ter of At.lalit are visiting Air. An
MIr. W illie Aull visited relatives ill
this city last, week.
Miss Ellt Waller, of Concord, N. ('.
is visiting Iiss I)ella Ilowers.
The Luther Leagtie served an ice
cretim festival ot the thuIrelb grounds
last Friday evening. It was great.ly
enljoyed by ill.
NIrs. (alvin I)ouglas of I issel vill,
Ark., is visiting her parents Itev. and
Mrs. A. G. Kirk patriek.
Rtev. Mr. Orr spentt Stimlay in I'os
perity antId peci ed in tile A. It. 1.
Chitl-ch inl tie morning, he wits solicit
ing Subscriptions, for. his chitrrb
Mrs. .111lia AnnII Moore, of St'. Illike's,
is visitillg at INIr. .Ino l'elleis.
NIiss NIatic lAbb returned to Colmn
hia last, week.
Mi. S. .1. Kohn spent it few days of
th is wevek at, the K ltlondke.
Quite at 11arge numlber. of P'rozpvvit v
people went up to ID1t West, last %."
to iha Itev. NMr. Talnage.
'rof. N. H, A till is viiting his par
ents ivar I)ysons.
A\ num11ber. of our. young pvople t,hinki
of att,endiig tle (0i1ntral I h,11.er i atoie
which mecets a' St.. I 'atl's on Saturday
of this week.
Nir. Walter litit, of Newherry, gcave
the IlAlther I'vagle it splendid talk Oi
0)IIportnlity," t last, StuIday evetiillg.
NIes. Christine Kitird of Nihnwty Six,
is visit,ing NI . r. . l)otnini,k's Fam
M iss Arene lit.tle, of Colmblilil visit
ed NIliss .1 essie NIoseley last week.
MJ rs. Micel' Ctin,i l'I..initeld, I1I.,
llntkes the nii,o t~ hatv .'r' Ih Icaugt
Kins Nrrtd )ive for a(inhb e faniily
phystiro, u' i isw wor1st. Se toldim
les te tw ioilsebu itk 11u-. sg s t edI)r
SuIn i'. ; in . I t' ;t'i a bol~ 1 te ai.1
to i her t ' elgh t rolund herself bel.t ie it
fIn ) oitiea first dise . y tlt She tei.I
ticne itt. s n fe a igsxh
is a o ii i'er (If und ,adtii wy ll; now''. I
Ios her' ownt!i houtse wo, an its els
IM ls he I veagii t .j il .- ie i o tl's tl
Shi-.' (lrsti liea e v at al.)u
Itores. t()insy cNIt's. and gl() Sivery~
Mait N sse ti I ltttrlbiuth Ii.ng .
TJlie. ('ieti'al ti sI ithe ( if a gl iit wil
I ne at, 4t Pal's I Curebc ,1lyi', I . .
IDevtlina eecs bytepei
A'Nsta-I lre NI wssioneb "ir.d T. NIIs.
IIl,npt,ing.s I oa N 'r.
t'* t,e Lu ft.e leatewrt h o,titsI eis-r
ilr yiwlits J. A.'s S11ti.'h anI G.14.
tleias t l14agueitnc helted' thI hr.urtch:
l rf. S .l . rik a H d nb u h
Frseshizl sociik and (Lrrud
jusctatioceived,s All tihgey
populrarrieis i eso ago aut,r
Leagulaesrs pices Caller, t
Pethar,mies Pharmutsacy . T
I am now to be found
in the storeroom for
merly occupied by the
Newberry Clothing Co.
and have my store nice
ly fixed up and will be
oleased to see my old
customers and as many
more new ones, and
show them my well se
lected stock of Watch
es, Jewelry, Clocks,
Spectacles and Silver
ware which I sell cheap
Wa ch and Clock re
pairing a specialty.
Jowoler and Optician.
TIi, Boo)E,k Store!
I liivo bonght t hio 11okd Stort froin
Dr. J. K. G nidler, an1 ill ho ploas<lo
to ha1vo tho public aI l ink t 1iNv
t inlo ud ins tI y I( stI wk. \\iil
fiako g,roat plolasurin sI>Awing" yon
wV1111 Iha .
I 1111vo at lico Hit tIf StAitio ry.
Pietiros, /aIWl Ariebs, Alh ils,
I IlsiIO I list I11 o tsld , 1lbn li I "ooks
(if Ill dolelriptionls, from L digimrs and11
Jourll-IS to P'ockot. Alto rnidulml,
EAt,tnluln K(thik and SuIpplies of aill
kinds, Wate 'sI l o naS l'oliil I t)[,
guI'III-111(ved to givo st isfact ioll.
Com lilnd look over oilr low lot, of
books, sonio of which I mnontion ).
Th'll \\'orkolr, Iy \'altor. A. \\ ye
Tittlo "I'lilos Of ClIpid, by PIl
Tho SorrlOws of 811ain, by IN;lri.
The4% l111(tle (If the Strong, by Gil.
Cyrno dit, Borg rl, by 11. ''.
choliios, by lIossoin, Jr.
Choir Invisiblo, ilIlIst -l I n
W. G. MAYES.
Sell Them Cheap!"
401-c Whiie II at, 5w. t yar I ,d
.10 11111\ W te iwi at 10o, a yd.
w wrl h 12.1,4-.
1 l I l l i li',s II 5e. it yd. wilrthl t..
it 6. Itl 1) * It ydl. wfirth 12ho..
1 "1 at1 12'.. it \ d. w-it1hb I5.
50 Fies li ri1 e 11 I,1w ils III
rw. it yd. w%-11IhI .N :tuI III(.
15 i 1 1 I l 4ig r a 1 11'41 4 1, ( rga l
241i4 al' 1 . t li '.a d. the s i .
kiin an4' alI ' (lu Iit a1s ot1 r ask you1iI
We'I'. hav l a enlif' , li ne 2414 f~ \i e Or11'
S'uli s 0-, 1'.a 1 , SII' .' .u ->hI'0
:I5* - an) . 0,-. 1 a4 , d'. Von sinl' i. i
1 h1( t o pprIi < intei Ii bor4'1nt iI. (1'
1Ditly 41. 11 lits Eli iride i 1414 Mlb4
l ' , A| V. t Ii . weill very chea p41'l
OUR S'HOE DEPATMENTP
oa npl inblr ie. No nti25'
apet rto equai'g' Il: ('i s.e
iNoth' lu ingin lke rut. lItn
makeer s thep r kiny tl,ikje.
5worthe $1Ue wixth eveo w ry 1o
5boxse ofdis (tree cake ao t 8
I 5 ents. ird 20 ot 25
BTbeOiN-f & ALIIER'a DhlijSys,
Are sent us by our New
York agent, and we are
adding what our trade
If you need anything
bear in mind you get it
at New York Racket
Prices, which means a
great saving to you.
The sidewalks to this
busy part of town are
good, you will be \ait
ed on politely, prices
will suit you, these are
inducements, so give
us a call.
The Now York
I A M NO T
* * * pa With i t ichievenionts, but
ahlays striving to outdo ny formor
(ql'orts. You will find lily sloro
bright, with imw goods inl tho linko of
I will 11aniok it proitablo to you if
youi call akild exalli' O ilny Stock ho
foro buying. Tho goods ar inarlma d
to suilt thm tilm's.
J. W. WHITE,
Aliin Strotit, Nowborry, S. C.
ASSUME iio socioty!
NEWBERRY S. c,
MARCH 23, 1899.
Su rplus, 1>ee.:, 18 9 S.8
I Insure both
At same Rates!
day of J uiy lIext,. ($ FX. A. I.()NG,