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Corrected every Tuesday and Frida
by Summner Bros.
M eat ................................. i(< 6 .1
Shoulders .......................... 7
Hams ................................ 12(ailli
Best Lard ............... ...........
Hest Molasses, O w crop...... 50h
Good Moaasses...................., 25(tz35c
Corn ................................... 60c
Meaeal ................................. 55C
W heat Br . .. . --.......... . $1.00
1st Pu tert Flou .................. $4.75
.r.Ar ( Best Flotr .-.---.............. $4.25
Stra.. ----. -... . --......... $1.00
Good O -dnh YF'oer...........$3.00(c3.5
Suga ............ . --.............. 6(ahL6 c
Coff ee............ .. ............. 10()15 (
Cotton seed iIeal, p r sack... v1.00,
Bale Hulls, ier cwt............. 30e
- Country 'roduco
Butte-, por lb .................... 5(a20c.
Eggs, per (tozen ............. 12'e.
Cu ckeus, cach......,............ 124(?20c.
Peas, per bushcl................. 6Oe.
Corn, por bushel .................. 55e.
Oats, per bushet ................. 35((4.0c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 40(a)50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6(& 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. (i1( 5c.
(Corrected Semi-WeeklIy by 0. MeR. IHolmnes.)
Best grade....................... 6 to 6.80
Low grades.......................5 to 52
Chester I[. Ih.own, Kalamazoo, Mich.,
snys: "Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cured Inc
of a severe case of indigestion: can
strongly recommend it to all dyspep
t.s. "Digests what you eat without
aid from the stomach, and cures dys
pcpeia. Robertson & G ilder.
Stop the Files.
Use our Screen Doors an(, Windows.
1;. I. LE.sLIL, Manager. t&ftf
Subscribe to the Delineator throungh
S. J. Wooten. It will cost less. tf.
Froaciing at Head prings.
Two sermons will be preached at
Head Springs clut c'i on next Saturday
by Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick and Rev. E.
P. McClintock, ). D. Two sermons
will also be preached on the following
~bbath In connection with the .Lord's
pper, at which meeting the pastor
o hopes to have assistance.
Kodol Dyspepsia (Cure is a scientific
ompouni having the endorsement of
'nent physicians and the me"dieal
s. It "digests what, you eat" and
tively cures dyspepsia. M. A. IKe
, I3loomingdale, Ten n., says it cut ed
of indigestion of tin years' stand
g. Robertson & Gilder.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUART BI-Os.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
I have just returnel from my summer
trip and am ready to servo all my old
customers and as many new ones as 1
can, but my prices will be somewhat
advanced. Mn1s. J. R. GJSE-:N.
M'lowers and Rakes at Edw. R. Hipp's
Prices reasonable. &t,. tf
The farmers in the v'ielnity of P'ros
perity, and all others interested in to
bacco raising. arc requested to meet atl
Pro'sperity on Friday, the 2)th of Sep
temnber, 1899), at 2 o'clock p. in., for the
purpose of organizing a tobacco club.)
R. T. C. H UN'rI'ER A Ni> O'rH tin.
1There'~s always hope whtilec ther's
One Minute Cough (Cure." An attack
of pneumonia left my lungs in had
shape and I was near t he first, stage!
of consumption. (One NIlinut e Cough
Cure comp)ictely curedl me," write!
Helen McHlenry, IHismark, N. D). G ive1
instant relief. lHohertson & Gilder.
Every successful farmer nteeds
M OWer and H ake. TIhere is none bettei
made tihan the Champlion. i you have
n Idea of buying onie, call at IEdw. R.
es. f&t. if
>d1 as any in the world
of1 wood wante'
erry in Novembher
at this ollIce or a
1Rev. S. T. Hallman,
Prosperity, S. C.
Theo Pubile I,avnted.
On Friday, October 6th, the Count.
Alliance will meet at Hartford schoo
house with the H-artford sub-Alliance
The public is invited to attend thi
meeting and the ladiles ar~e requeCsted1 t.
come and bring wvell filled (b)askets, a
there will be a public picnic.
Ii. T. P'AYSING iCR,
Presidenit Unrtford Alliance.
For wounds, burns, scalds, sores, skil
diseases andl all irritat ing eruption!
nothing so roothing and healing as 1D
Witt's Witch HIazo.l Salve. Mrs. Emmn
Belles, Matron Englowood Nurser:
ChIcago, says of it: "'When all ols
fails in healing our hahias, It wi
cure." Robertson & Gilder.
(Call at Ed w. RI. HIIpp's and1( exain
"'The Champion" Mower and1 fake
the best on the market. f&t. tf
Pleasant. to take an<
quick to act. The chil
dren cry for it. The
grown folks are neve
satisfied until they ge
it. Only 35c. a botti
at Robertson & Gilder'
VARIOUS AND AI,L AltOU'r.
See notice of election.
See nomiinations for Alderman from
yMaj. J. 1". .1. Caldwell, of Greenwood,
was In the city Saturday.
Mr. rV. -1. Pelham, Jr , left yesterd
1for ialiitmore to resume his studies '1
The general election for Alderman
from Ward 4, will be held on Friday,
)on't fail to attend the citizens'
. meeting In the opera house tomorrow
at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Charley I'elham left yesterday
to resume his studiet, in the South Car
Mr. Hugh K. Boyd left yesterday for
Poughkeepsic, New York, to attend
Mrs. P. J. Voss and childi on have
returned from Ceorgia where they
spent i month.
Deputy U. S. Marshall J. R. David
son, of Charleston, is spending a few
days in the city.
Mr. Dave Mittle, who has bcen i.
Beaufort spend ing the summer, return
ed home last week.
Mr. T. P. Johnson will leave the lat
ter part of the week for Atlanta to en
ter business college.
Mr. J. W. White is nominated as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward -1
in the special election.
See ad. of Stietl pianos-the best on
the market for the money. Try one
tbcy sing their own praises.
The lumber has arrived and work
will be begun today on recoverin-, the
cistern on the public square.
We have been requesLed to state that
the Mt. Tahor IIigh School will open
on the first Monday in October.
The game of ball between the West
lEnd and Johnstone nines resulted in
another victory for the West End boys.
Messrs. Frank an Mcllardy Mower
left, yesterday for Baltimore to continue
their studies in Jolt s HIopkins Univer
Magistrate Ch ppell lined G reen wood
Wash ington, colored, *25 or thirty days
Saturday for stealing woo 1. lie paid
Mr. J. D. Hornsby is nominated by
his friends as a candidate for Alderman
Irom Ward 4, In the coming special
C. L. Blease, Esq., came home on
Sunday, but returned to Lexington
Monday to continue his business in the
Brooklyn bridge is being rebuilt by
the city authorities. A rock buttmen'.
will be made on the cast side and the
bridge made narrower.
Mr. John McLain has returned to
Newl 2rry to resume his studies in Ne.. -
berry College, after spending his vaca
tion at his homo In Fairfield county.
An effort is being made to have the
street widened from the market !.uild
ing to Brooklyn bridge. This is need
ed badly and should be don!e at on!ce.
Miss McClintock, lady princip)al of
the Presbyterian College for Women,
returued to the city yesterday from her
Summer vacation! spent at, Newberry and
Alderman .J. C.. Myers having moved
out of th!e Ward (roml wh!ich he had
been! elected as Alderman, has tender
ed h!is resigniation to the city coun!cil
and it has been acepelted.
In a lprivate letter from Prof. J1. L.
Kinard, of Leesville College, we are In
formed th!at th!at institution htas htad a
sp)lend Id opening. Evcery department
bein!g fall to ovecrllowing.
At a m!eetin!g of the Lu!theran cont
gregation on Sunday th!e name of the
Lutheran! church was changed from
-L1uth!er Chapel to th!e Evangelical Lu
thteran! Church of the Redeemer.
ReCv. V. Y. Boozer, formerly of this
county, who hats been In charge of a
ch!urch21 at Burlington!, N. C., has been
.called to Zeb, Rowan County, N. C.
Hie moved to his new field last week.
ShecriY Long, of Union, was tried last,
Iweek for~ murder, h!aving killed his
,dep)uty several weeks ago, an!d was ac
- q iittedl. Col. 0. L. Schumpert, of thils
city, was otne of the attorneys for the
The theatrical season opened last
g L"riday night with the Barlow minstrels
I at the oper'a htouse. The p)erformanice
was htardly up1 to th!e average, only on!e
s or~ two features being worthy of special
n menitioni. Th!ey were greeted by a
s pr'etty fair auidience.
Drz. D). L. IBoozer Is in the city for a
few days attending to some of his spe
ciatl patienits and making arrangements
for potting in a spur of railroad to con
I) ncct his mill, the Newber'ry roller mill,
wit,h the Colum!bia, Newberry and Lau
irCns railroaid.-The State, 2-4th.
.Jeff Gallmtan, the neogro whod attempllt
Ced to escape from Mr. M ittle's store
with stolen goods last week and fired1
at Mr. 10d Mittle In making his escape,
was sent to the chain gan!g by Magir
trae happell for' thirty days for steal
ing. Hie will be tried at ,ho next, terir
of th!e sessions court for' assault an(
battery with in!tent to kill. His sen
tence on the chain gang will expir<
just one day before theC sessions cour'
The Newber'ry Clothier, Mr. 0. I
Jamieson, this week gives to the pub11
B lie some ridliculously low prices i
rready mado Clothling, Shoe, Hants an'
Caps an!d Gent,s' F'urnish!ing Goods 1I
general. Ifyoul wan!t Bargains go) t
Jamcso's nd ivehim a trial. Il
e clerks are all courteous aind accomtd
dating and( willl lbe leu .ed to have yo
S give them a call and let them show yo
th!eir goods and t,he prices they ea
Tllt. 8CIIOif. O'CN IN(l.
The (rated Schools, Ithe I'ide of the City,
111a at Flattcring Opeiag--Ar-ign
tuent of Teachnes--Exerclce
Vacation is over and work and
study has begun for another session.
Yesterday morning the Graded
Schools--the public schools of the city
-reopened, and from early in the morn
ing to t) o'clock the streets were lined
with happy children with beaming
Count.enances, loaded with books, mak
ing their way to s:hool.
The parent.s of the children can do
much In making the session just berunlt
one of the most successful in the his
tory of the schools, by lending their
every assistance possib!e in that direc
,ion. Let teacher, parents and chil
dren fully understand each other, and
the best interests of all anti a success
ful termination will be the natural re
sults of their elforts.
Prof. Wallace was busy on Saturday
enrolling and classifying new pupils.
The assignment of teachers to the
different grades as follows:
F'ifth-M iss Daniel.
Ninth-Misses 1)om2nick and Welch.
The enrollment yc't.rday nmmhbered
'110, but it will of course be much larger,
as the number is always l.rger after
the first day of opening.
M s Laura Blease has charge of t he
West End school.
That Thrubbing Iltotalr che.
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. ''housntds
of suilerers have proved their umalch
less merit for Sick and Nervous IHead
aehes. They make pyre blood 1n,d
strong nerves and build ip your health.
Easy to take. Try I hem. Only 27
ecenIs. Money back If not eured. S >hl
by all Druggists.
Call at Edw. H. Hipp's
for High Grade Guano.
A Valuab o OtT r.
We have made arrangam ant,s to club
Tbe IIer"ald and News with The Ameri
can Agriculturist, one of the best agri
cultural journals published in this
country-along with which is given
the American Agriculturist Year Book
nd Almauac, which contains all the
information a person would be.likely to
want on any subject. 'I'his journal and
almanac will be given along with The
Herald and News for ;1.85. This, of
course, means for new subscribers and
those paying their past indebtedness
and for a year in advance. No other
premium will be offered by us. This is
the beat oler we have over made and
no farmer should fail to take advantage
of it. Further notice later.
We offeir OIne lundred D)ollars fleward for
any case of Catara h thant. cant not be cured by
Hail's Catarrh Cure.
F. J1. ClIENEY & CO., Props, Toledo, O.
We the undersigned, have known K. J1. (lC
ney for the last 15 years, aind b)elietve him
perfectly hionorni be0 In aill husi ness trna s
ti ons and financiatly ablet IS) (arry out iany
obi)h,ation&a imade byv their tim.
WEi>r& TaUlA x WVholesaiilnrigle' NToledo 0.
WVAIuINo, IRINNAN & AIvtIN, Whole.salo
D)rmtgista, T1oledto, Cho.
Hltl's Ca taralh Cuire Is tatken in ternalily, aet -
tng directy upon thle blood anid inucouis suar
fatces of the system. Prni.u 150 per bottleo.
SodM b l Dugs.Testimoniatls frte
Ant Exceptiun to theo Rl(to.
A shop where you can ge3t wvhat you
want and when you want it..
STrUA 'T BRos.
E.I H. LSI I, Matnager. t&ftf
High Grade Guano at
Edw, R. Hipp's. f&t tf
Meotinag oif Counaty Alllinnee.
Tihe third quarterly meetinrg of the
Newberry County Alliance will b)e held
wit,h the [-artford Alliance on Friday,
October 6th, 1899.
The quest ions to be discussed are as
1st. The hest pllans of diversifying
farming to make money--to be opened
by Dr. W. R. Lake.
2. The cultivation of wheat- -to be
op)ened by Hlon. Jno. F. Hanks.
Thue editor and the pubtllic are invited
to attend. R. T.1. C. II UNTlEIR, P'res.
C. F. BOYi,, Sec'y.
.A F'rlghtful iluinder.
WViIl often cause a horrible 1Iurln,
Scald, Cut or Brtulse. Buckleti's A rnicea
Salve, the best In the world, il ill41
thie paini and promtnly he:tl It. C~ures
Old Sores, Fever S->es, Ulcers, Rolls,
Felons, Corns, all Sk in Erup)tions.
Best Pile cture on earth. Only 25 ets. a
box. Cuire guarantceed. Sold by all
is and honest persons to represeni
uasManagers nthsandl close b1
counties. Salary $900) a year' and c'i
penses. Straight, hoena-llde, no more
no less salary. l'osition pertmanent
-Our refinees, any bank in any town
Tt is mainly oflle work conidueted fa
home. Refecrence. U ne'ose self-adI
dressed stamp)ed envelope. 'iTtH l)DC
MINIOM (OM13AMV, Dept. , Chicago.
The only strictly One
or Colored cutstunlllers are trea
sufliciently c(lucate(l and acc
in WVa!lington. Look for t,
this fall at Bargail Prices at
AMes. Nancy Moon, wife of 1)r. Peter
Moon, died at the ies:dence of Judge
\'. .1. Pope last night at 10 o'clork.
She was about St years of age. ller
remnains will he buried Wednesday
morninug at 10 o'clock.
Gold and Silver lIrie(nhip Hearts
just received thiiS a. i. 1"n;.raving
Irce.. ll'v I)AN1M S
r% i (l igt,, I Ii:ut)a('+s.
Mr11. J. 'f, WVest, hla; purchased the
stock of furniture, etc., from Alr. I:. C.
Williams and rented his store and will
move andt conduct his' buiness in Alr.
villiiams' store. MIr. Williams will
mlovee his ock of pi.inos and organs
aCrtO5 the str(eet intlO Ils vatant store,
where he wiil run a small business.
Te change goes into efleet at onlcc, Si)
we ate inlforme.
l'Iiiuno for atle.
1 oi he" Sqlaire. full ze. Alahogany
case: elearl. even tone. [",ar terl, &.
apply to :111. 1B. ). 1)) N'.\N.
Dent it of Mr. .ba sIn IUvtton.
i\lr. James -1. l)at,on, a well-known
1)rinler of this city died su(dlenly la.t
C'eniin abul t i) O'clock, at bi.' homt1e tin
Soui, b rcvar"d street. I ;, was in his
usOal health when he quit work at the
.* "n ('ity 1'rintinig Company, where
b11 was employed. Ile died a few Imin
tes after reaching home.
\lr. l)eaton wias aIl natiye of Concord
and was a son of the late r'inckney
ealt on. 11is brother, \lr. P'res. I)ea
ton, is editor of The looresville lReeord
and his brother, Mr. .1ulian I)eaton, is
with the Birlinghain Age-Herald.
lIik hody will he sent to Concor-d for
1 ("I-Wi1u4,1 S111) ze't O,l'14
Pler"-v add Iatoui m-'ro-1perity list:
W ise 1lot,!--1.
2t. J.. W. F'1.ov.
Not!co to Alliance Warehouso St cklroldIers
To the Stockholders of the Newberr3
Alliance WVarehouse Comn ainy:
On Friday last, at our stockholders
meeting at Prlosperit,y, S. (C., 1 sLtated
that I would place copies of ani agree
ment to sell the stu. in thc Warehoust
Company at, ditferet, p)oi.nts in the
COunty. You, who dlesirie to soll yourt
stocks, will find such COp)ies as follows
At Newberry, with D. A. Livingstor
& Co.; at Prosperity, with Morris &
Schumpert,; at Pomaria, with Aul
IIentz & Co., and atL Little Mountain
with A. N. Iloland. I will also keel:
copies at, miy house.
All individual stockholders, whiethec
their sub-Alliances are ali ve or deaLd,
must, either sign agreement, or authtlor
ize in writng, some one to sign foi
them , thle written aulthority to b)e kep
with t,he agreemient.
All1suh-Alliances owning stock shoult
meet and authorize tL representative t<
sign for theml, the action a uthorizin;
such representation should be recordedi
As many11 ex-mnembiers as possible o
defunict sub-Alliances owning stoei
should get, together and authorize some
one of theiri numiber to act for them,
record of such actions to) be reCordled
T.h is bosi ness should b)e at tentded t
as sio,m as p)ossible, antd mut,~ be don
w ithbin forty daysv from the stockholid
eris' meeti ng at, P ro:speri t.y on thle 22m1
F'riends of stock holders resid i ng he
yond th'e limits of the county or State
will please send them IL copy of this ne
'To show Lbhat I aim not after tak in
any atdvanitage of the stock holders, hu
that I am working for thecir interest, a
well1 as my own, I hereby agree to re
lease all stock holtderis wh li) ni thi
aigreemient, to sell theiri stock to mie a
t,0 per1 cen)t. from any tandt every ob)li
gation to (10 so, pirovidled that withi
thirty danys from date a souindl antd vali
bid for elash is made for the priopt;
exceeding my own b)id not less than
Sept,. 25, 18R19.
,A Chance to
vold Your Cottoi
TheIi Nowberry Hondedl V Wrohou
wvill be ready by Septermbor 6)th I
storo cotton a111nd mko realsonalf)
advanices on1 82am1. Interest a
money at low rat e. For fturt.ht
information apply to
- h Nowborry WVnre I Ioiuse Co.,
- C. 1E. SUMMEfl, Stre.
-Price Store in Newborry, wli
ted as honest,ly tand are sold g(
nlmpl)lislhed to grace the brillian
lo Biggest Bargains and Large
'eatber m1Ure leSiat.
The regular seic''iee nexI, Sundiay
afternoon as usual.
Sorry to state Mies. Joo Lovelace is
confined to her room quite sick.
We are reqfuested to state om- scloo
will reopen oil second1 Monday in Oe
toher, tith, with Prof. .1. S. Wheelei
Our comtunlllllity is ei joyiniig vet rc
good health, I am glad to state.
Mr is. J1. 8. Wheeler and ch ild ret
Mhhave been on a visit to her father t
Mr. S. L. Shealy and children re
quests us; to rettrrn thanks to iheil
uiany friends for their ki:ilneSs showt
themi during the illniess anid dleathi 0
his pre cIus wife.
I 'rof. I). A. Mattheiws, of Jahrtia. ant1
.1. I,. N inard, of I ee ville, visited 'lrof
I:. ('. ('ounts last week
l'rof. U. C. Counts ai brot her, Id
die, left here on last Ntinday for Nash
vIlle, Tenn. I'rof. Co'unts Will takce ii
post-graduiate ('ourse in lig I, ati]
and G,ermnan inl Vanderbilt Illniversit.y
L[is brother, I"-ddi: will enter I)rang
horn I;usiness ('ollege. We wish hotli
ot' yuiig frieids mui.ch sucress.
Alarried on 'Iiursdiay evenin;; Selp
teiher 18'199 at the hotme of the h'ide'
miother' in West ind. AIr. T. S. lut,
son aud \l iss MIoll iu 'T'lbert. Tht
g;rooim is the pop ula r aldernii of tli
fifth wvard and the brile is one of ou
mi1ost, aec'nin,lished young ladis. The
have the hest, wishes, of their ilarg
eircle of friends. I'tstor" Ford of \Ves
Ind Baptist chureh olleiiated at ti
A .Jolly '('o9tn Song.''
I'art, Il l, of the New York World'
Alhum of Songs is entitled "''her
Ain't. No Use to Keep on iitoalgin;
'Iion(l." it is lright. and 'atelly; b.
Irvin;; Jones, aut.hor of the popular hII
"Get Youlr Mloney's Worth." Tlher
are ten songs in the albuim, which wi
he mailed in Connection With ten 1nu11n
bor's of the great Stluitday Vorld, for 5
eents in stams. Write i postal for 1
andi deseripition of songs. Address PhI
World, New York. It.
16ver'y famnily in Newhr'y to try
25 lb. sack of 'Newhe'rry llolir M13' ill's
best, llourt. I 'hone 1161 andt have thei
to deliver' you ia sack, 60 ets. It
risinog qu tal i('ie ennot, he surpaIILssed l
anyl on (I the maruttket.1. Tihose w ho al
using it, say it is t,he best.. It, is a,
knowledged by all that, it is the be:
mill, and1( makties at supernior' 1101u- to ani:
if you) wvish somiethinlg good andit wholi
somen t,'y Grh i'i our 1011, made(i1 fr'omi x
Seet, iv heat.. Save tall tlihe old saeks an)
barrels, they pay (cash for' themi. Ci
t'un wheat, gr'oundi Onl Fidauy anid cou
011 Sturliday. I, tf
Chartigeti, as (3ou:Ri ables, \V loh IC litlotg V
S i. Jlohnsoni, Neaiir lhal. Mlburg
Ilotona fnr New, Tii.
(Spteial to tbe Stat (.)
I 2cx ingtoni, September 2:L.Veste
.i day' mlorin g NIlessrs. IH2i'ry 1(uul WiI
tIe wereC ar'raignied for' t,he killing of Mi
\V. II. Johnson,11i at, I atcsbur g, sever
3 mionthis ago, an1 acn'oiit of which wv:
IUprin t.ed ini t he St,ate at t, 11 1,i mei. 'T2
.treguilar' pane3 (If jur'oi s was ex<hat.'ei
3 nearill 1 'c1lock before 1.he( examllinait,it
-(of witiesses. wats commlI(eced. In ord<1
lto hiave t,he case35( conlu ded tis weel
the judge hlcd cout, uniti liinarly:
- o'clock last nlighit. This ul:orintg Li
it1Xhl exa ition oIf 11he ~ wit,ni(3ses for LI
-defenise wa's1 finishled and the arlgumllen
wer'e made(( t.hiis afternoon. Th le ea:
? waLs giveni to) t,he jury'3 by dark.
t TIhei. jur ly at i:1.3 toni ght Lreturn 'fed
5 ver'ldet, of gilIty (If malau t 11ghter3. A
- j oi'ne(ys for' the( de fense5' galve not1.ied ol
3 mot)1ion for' a new~ tial.
r troube may follow. Fo apomt
dei(let.(i uro of leadach and11 lal l
WhIiIe thiy rIOuise the liver, re store
fin!I, regulaIi.r actioni of thle howels,
they do niot gripeu or pain, do notL
? rrlitate or Iinfla mie 11( heinternal organts,
buit have aI posiftive't toic effect. 25e.
at all ilrnlggists or biy imauil of
C. 1. 1lootl & Co., Lo~well, insa.
SFor Alderman- -Ward
tr date fo ' Ahllei,nan fr'.m \Vardl 1 in I
approach0in31lg lI pelal eletioni.
~~. WilTI IS IlI2ldh\'i N0.\
1111nate a1s a e md irhtte fi' A\ Ih
spIecial election to1 till t ie vacan1
cau(1sed by the1 resignat,ioni of Mr i. J.
ere the most ill i terato whitc
)O(S as ceoap as if they were
L alls of the VIti ht IIous'
4 Stock that is to be olf'ore(
DEiATH il Mt. P(,lA ULa MA-l to.
A Y io t t 311nm i l 'isy 1ti3-Al-i ti of Groat
(hester, Sept. 23.-Dr. I'iaul Mtaton
dild t his homne near lCehbur% lait
night. at. :'0 o'cloek. Hie hadl been it
ver' ill ian for the past, week, l"ivt'
weekes atgO he was strieken down with
typhoid fever tud after the twenty-i-st.
day he ite~n to re cover, bit a relapse
gave tht lever a strongeir hol tioIl
wvhich ie ne'vt recoveredt'd. IIe was a
v'ery priom!i1SIng! younI" 1tan and h1atd
many warm friends in t.his city its well
as in the counLyt and t I.,ancastr.
lie g'aduated with honors in Alareb
'9' froml the College of 1'hyscians and
t':urteons in New York eity, having
p)utsrt l at sptecial- eoll'se leadling up to
I the study of his pIrofes4ion in the Sout,h
('u'uliu u tlI ege. lie has lIracet.ieed
edlicine o nly" tl lmt. ono, yea' ailt Ils
t)rofspi'(ts for a rreat tut"eess w\ere very
lit! wa"s happIily' 111.arried to Miss NOSa1
.1ones. 1htugliter of .;idge Ira It. .ots.
hi":t, I''eb)ruary. It is Saol indl,i"d to)
chu-onicle the th-achti ormnew i e life
gave l)romise of so mluch Ilst'fulnrs amd
Mucee- .lie leaves a mlother ald fat h'r.
aI w\idlow ruid brothlr, H-on. .1. II.
Mlarion, and It holt. of fIrientds to monI
his nlit imely dlemise. lIis rematins
were init erred itn thie 1'tio t' n iirch
emletery th: I I a':ftetn ioon e -r lii h
hIIur r. -'t'he Sta te.
('11.11It,M S N Ml111I: A C INT
Attion ii Cnit of eir. tulat auet Sett it
iott-' lr. Mi s titt Ver. N-lrt ' Sits
p lo tll the l'otttmi sitote tr Al++o.
- T hern Arn litie.I tr's Alietsi.
('1.'he State,:'1. )
hie a.nn11t1ollllte-i e t yestrty of ti
stispensionl of lII,ot: eep er I). A. (;.
ti Its at, the itate disp)ensaey byV
L CIaitrmnan AI i s of the StaitIe toardt of
Control and the intimat-ion froinl the
comm'.ittee ca'red1 w\ithl the extanine L
lion of the a!1fitirs of the contrahald
roo mtto that inlformaitoittn heuen ohi
is ti that, might, taleet oi hers besides
i1r. () izte cite t ted rat tir in ofli
Itrin the hy kith e Spee ial eonnliLut
1) Lee conltinued: its work, but 11nad(e no
announllllcementsI as to what, was itacom
it lr. ioyIin, one of the membert of
e t.he botd, was in the city yestertity.
It was tLouht t hat he had cone h11're
bipout when tenhe estaptd jt,bat he had
Li sl tin cinbe coptii }mrhe tt llet 1itt1a
Li Stat titpnsr tito payu hie;s espects te
but,. t h t w si a t't.Iit/x isio
CO lll'aiilan~ Li Aliswt itoi. hits boifne at
ini IIt Simr'our yiteda moiig in ted
. init totLt rt.tiol 1 itoorr o. \t, mthe ti n
he avhe ea'i.I folloig i'dsteet toi
- ieirena ive of. te Evenl tin Ite h old:
'-'I diion'ocr to haiu vciL tis mttert ex
W lited c in .i 1be to s a r jutitIV ist, t,t t s
~ tim e ti on crit teI :inve t stia t
The nrhn buesines nu<s e
god clhtes f ear ol. ngeizst ci
aend,Iand r good aunetharty
bet had cee stin forod
litior sieth isthabst mediof-h
ine chares c,an bon,ah a useo
was cbegsh whe did ot,- appear o
P-ioo,. HaTh boadped;Io a re:dohi
P.tinat, psch lt<uorsoldtak ntis,h
d byian employael htodc' anLidy,nssa
L.~o Appebirm. Use persayapnforre
g l.'d Ostscyh and u, ca, ok bah atio
) da,h cat ear tly ad iolate 'well Is look
n intrbcut,s, it ncled n him h.ad askedo,
Icouht h'v strdt, was. al rihJ. Gfs
Mo"i dikd nkom ni hsionn
Sttip Coiss romIer i)k ii outttti,ta ben
Soinyg cithi am t,ing,ct elseu I wouhl ham
\Vhy pay sO lullch for \ our
Writing Material when wo
('au supply you c cheap?
We have all grades, but can
-Qll yo good Noto Paper,
2-1 Sheets for 2o, 25 good En
velopos, large or small, for :c.
Legal Cap Paper,
Box Paper, Tablets,
Slate and Lead Pencils,
Inks, Mucilage, Glue.
On these aund other thiiugs
we will save you m11oney. AS
our interests are looked after
f'roml thmt, grea;tt trado, centr,ie
Now \ork. We tnunlerhuy,
the(refo)re we und1(ersell.
I n anly qfuantity and1c atany
Special Prices in
We solieit th e patronago of'
all, and will (1( our utmost to
Notify us .-you wish wag
ols to stop at your door.
Has Come at Last,
And Now:is Your Time
To Buy Something to
Keep You Coil.
I wish to call sp'ciatl iattention to
theo followving lines:
Hloro y'ou'll 1( find abig 1lin0 of
oiiul atli kinids of whIito goodls.
D)ress paittornis read(y to make1( up,
wvithI trauizunings, ot e., to mautch.
Fans11 of aill kindls, C orsets, light
Ox ford1I 0 ties 1) in abundane, all sizios,
color and1111 prices. In fac, oery
th ingi that. goO's to maiko upj a fir'it,
NIeslaifs' epartn eut
If you will aisk to s(oo hot weattheri
good s you1 will be0 shown a immenso 11015
lini bo1)(ught,~~1)' especially for t ho hot
Sorgo~ Coa1ts ar11( V'ests in Stn
Coaits iand '.ists in black'1 and1( colr.
WNhito Duc1k Pats , IFan1cy Vosts,
SI.iraw, (Crash, Crus1hed(, Stiff1 and
Alpinio Htts ini featther weight
Viuci Kid Shoes, black an<l tan,
bothI in Shioes to an )x fords; Nogligoo
Shirts ini profInsionall,h colo)rs, plamir
and1( fatncy. IHaivo placed0( a special1
linio of Noegh goo Shirts Hon countters
to ho0 closed att cost.
All kinds of light woeiht Under
woarl, Hafl H oso, etc.
HaIIvo just ponod0( ia big linio of
waishaible ties from .15Sc. per d1oz. uip.
Youi will Ifind orything att Rock
B~ottoml 1Priices. Cjomfo in aind give
Un it look. Xoans rwoetfully,