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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ......................... 80,.
Best Lard ............... .......... 1O tto.
Best Molasses, new Crop...... 600.
Good Molasses..................... 25@500.
Corn ..... ....................... 75o.
M oal .......... . . ..................... 70c.
Hay........ ................ $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.25.
1st Patent Flour.................. $4.75.
'4nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ 84.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.251,3.75.
Sugar ............. ........ 64.
R icO................................... 5 8 c.
Coyce .......................... .. 1
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25,
Balo Hulls, por cwt............. 350.
Butter, per lb ................. 15@20c.
Eggs, per dozen ............. 12ic.
Chickens, each.................... 15@s25c.
Peas, per bushel............... 85c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 70o.
Oats, per bushel.................. 40c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 50 60c.
Turkeys, per lb ......... 0 8e.
Fodder, per cwt ............. 1.00.
Beautiful ready-inade linen skirts 50c
75(., $1.00 and better at Wooten's
.If you want your dollar to do the
work of $1.50, bring it to Flynn's Cash
Monty to Lend.
Money to lend. to farmers at the
First National Bank, of Batesburg,
S. C. W. II. Timmerman, Pres.
Mr. J. Noland Sligh and Miss
Blanche Johnson were happily married
at the resid,;nce of the brides father Dr.
J. P. Johnson near Jalapa, Rev. Gibson
offlciating. The Ilerald and News wish
for the yoing couple a long, prosper.
ous and happy life.
Hurry up and get your ice tickets
from A. M. Teague at 50 cents per hun
dred. No delivery. traf
Money to Lonn.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & IIun
ter, Attorney at Law. ft&f
Best Straight Flour
on earth $3.50 at Pur
cell & Scott's.
12 sales girls to sell goods in 5c. and
10c. store. No experience. necessary.
Apply Thursday or Friday morning at
store room in Summer Bros. block low
er end of Main street. Store will be
open Saturday, May 11th. '
t it be. and 10. Store
Will Come to NeWberry.
It was stated yesterday evening that
the Columbia, No. 3, and Independent,
No. 1, companies had determined to
send hand reel and hose wagon teams
to the State firemen's tournament soon
to be held at Newberry. If these com
panics enter teams they will no doubt
walk away with some of the most de
sireable priztes.-The State, 4th.
Every piece of Dry Goods, Clothing
and Shoes must go if cutting the price
will sell them. Do not be deceived by
what interested people0 in other stores.
Come see for yourself at Flynn's. It
Best Patent Flour on
earth $4.25 at Purcell
Every member of the Excelsior Fire
Company is requested to meet at the
company's parlors this evening at 8.30
o'clock. Business of importance to be
transacted. J. WV. EARHARDT1,
L. C. PITTS, President.
Best 2nd. Patent
Flour on earth $3.90 at
PurcellI & Scott's.
Cost is considere'I a good fair price
for any goods these hard times. We
will therefore sell anything in stock at
actual cost from th)is date at
it . Flynn's Cash Store.
Children's Day will be observed in the
O'Neall Street Methodist church on
the third Sunday in May. An interest
ing program has been arranged and an
address will be delivered by Prof. Geo.
The crov ds that throng our store
daily is an evider.ce of the superior
quality arEd style, as well as the low
prices asked at Fiynn's Cash Store. it
Decorito fear Touramment.
M. Mitteldorfer .the decorator from
Richmond, Va., was in the city canvas
sing for the decoration of the firemen's
tournament. Among the orders that
have been placed with Mr. Mitteldorf..
er are: The Excelsior Reading Room, 0.
M. Jamieson's store, Summer Bros.
store, The Newberry Hardware Co.
Pelhams Pharmacy, The Newberry
Hotel, and the Herald and News omce.
Mr. Mv'itteldorfer left yesterday for
Charlotte to decorate that city for the
Elks, but will return in plenty of time
to decorate this city for the fireman.
It Dazzets il.e World.
No discovery in medicine has ever
created one quarter of the excitement
that has been caused by Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption. It's
severest tests have been on hopeless
Svictims of Consumption, Pneumonia,
* Hemorrage, Pleurisy and Bronchlitis,
* thousands of whom it has restored to
perfect bealth. For Coughs, Colds,
Asthma, Croup, Hay Fever, Hoarseness
and Whooping Cough it..is the quick
est, surest cure in the world. It is sold
by all druggists who guarantee satisfac
tin or refund money. Large bottles
50o, and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
VAItIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mr. E. B. Wilbur of Gaffnoy is in
the city on business.
Mr. A. M. Teague will open his 1ce
house Friday of this week.
The children of the Central Metho
dist Sun-day School arc preparing for
Hon. J. B. O'N Holloway, of Belwood,
is in the city visiting relatives and
State Superintendent of Education
John J. McMahan was in the city
The young i)eol)lo of I[elena are pic
nicing to day at Langfords Mill on
Mr. 1. 11. Hunt leaves today for Spar
tanburg to be present at the sessions
court this week.
Rev. A. J. Bowers preached an ex
cellent sermon at the Union church in
Mr. W. B. Werts of the Greenville
News was In the city for a few days the
latter part of the past week.
Mrs. Bernice Martin was called to
Arkansas Saturday morning on account
of the serious illness of her sister.
Dr. J. R. Thompson and his daughter
Miss Mary returned home Sunday from
the Spartanburg musical festival.
Miss LeoJohnson, of Ashville, N. 0.,
arrived in the city Sunday and is the
guest of her former classmate Miss
Mimunaugh sounds the bugle blast in
this issue that proclaims the fact
to the buyers of Newberry that he is
the underseller of all.
The committees from the James D.
Nance Camp and tha John M. Kinard
Camp have fixed next Tuesday as the
date for memorial day.
Those who attended the picnic of the
Helena school at Spearman's spring on I
Friday of last week report an excellent I
time. This a deligh.ful place for such I
Messrm. R. II. Greneker and 0. McR.
Holmes are delegates from St. Luke's
Episcopal church to the Diocesan which I
meets in Greenville today. They left
yesterday to be present at the opening 8
Rev. Walter I. Herbert will preach
a special sermon next Sunday morning I
at Il o'clock in Central Methodist i
Church taking for his subject what he t
saw and heard at the Missionary Con- F
ference in New Orleans.
Jamieson speaks out in no uncertain
tones that his goods are the best qual
ity at the very lowest prices. Read the
prices that he quotes today and when
you are in need of anything in his live
go in and inspect his goods. His cour
teout and accomodating corpse of clerks
will take pleasure in showing you the
NEWIIERRY COITON MILL.
Stockholders Annual Meeting-Election of I
Hoard of Directors and Officers.
The stockholders the Newberry 1
Cotton Mill at their annual meeting (
elected a board of directors as fol. a
James McIntosh, Geo. S. Mower, D.r
TH. Wheeler, Mi. A. Rlenwick, W. F. e
Tarrant, T1. J. McCrary, 0. B. Maye, ]
R. 0. Carlisle, F. Z. Wilson, Z. F.
Wright, Jno M. Kinard.
The following offeers were re-elected I
by the board of directors:
T. J. McCra1'y president and treas
urer; Geo. S. Mower, Secretary; Mr.
MIcGrary's report for the year ending
191 rch 31st showed that Newberry Cot
toA Mill stock is a profitable invest
mel\t for the stockholders.
WVho Will Entertain?
The committee on hotels and board
ing houses desire all who can enter- I
tain the firemen and guests at the pri
vate residences or p)rivate board'ng
houses to please notify Dr. E. C. Jones,
of'the committee, how many they can
entertain and on what terms, they will
take them. This information is desired
at once, so that information can be fur
nished those who make inquiry for I
Extra Train for Coinmbia.
The Southern Railway company ever
watchful for the accommodation and
convenience of the public in general t
and their patrons in particular, has put
on a special train for Columbia tomor- t
row and next day, in order to give
every one a chance to go down and be
with the heroes who wore the grey.
The special will leave the depot at this '
place tomorow and Thursday mornings I
at 8:15 to'clock, and land you in the
"CIty on the Congaree" before 10 t
o'clock. Many Newberrians are going. C
Remaining in the postohieo at New
berry, S. C., fo.r week ending Apt'. 13,
A--Mary Andrus, Mrs D G Auld, I
HI-Minor P Harrington, Margie I
3-Miss Mary Johnson.
L-M P Lindley, Mrs LeRoy Lee,
M-Sallie Miller, J A Montgomery.
P-Miss Mattie Bell Perry, Mrs.
Quinoy Proctor, John Powell.
R-Mrs. Caroline Russell, T. M. Roe- I
S-Mamie Seaw, Mrs. Claudia Suber,
Mrs. Jane Suber, RI. 0. Sligb, (2)
T-Joe Turboville, (2)
W-Miss Low Williams.
WM. Y. FAIR, P. M.
April 20, 1001,
NEwIEICIty FILICS CLAIM
For S1,500 r xpendedl In Stamplg Out
Florence, May 3.-A very interesting
-jucstion was raised before Dr. James
Kevans, secretary of the State board of
acalth, last night, as to whether or not
,ho State board is responsible for ex
C>eSes incurred inl staMIpiL I out small
[)ox in cities, as well as rural dietricts.
kttorney General Bellinger is said to
bave decided that towns are as much
ntitled to the use of $15,000 appropria
pon for such purroses as are the coun
A delegation from Newberry, consist
,ng of Mr. E. UI. Aull, privato secre
,ary to Gov. MSweency; Dr. E. C.
Fones and Mayor 0. Klottner were
loseted with D)r. James Evans for scv
ral hours. They presented claims for
1,500, which was used in stamping out
imallpox in the city of Newberry.
While he recognized the equity of the
,laim, Dr. Evans told the delegation
hat he could not refund the money, as
he Stato board did not have the money
,o pay, and as I hey interpreted the law,
vere not res)onsible. It is likely that
he matter will be brought before the
Dr.. Evans says the rural districts
vill use the $15,000 appropriation. Co
umbia his (xpended about $7,000 on
mallpox troubles; Sumter $3.500; Flor
mce about the same amount, and other
-ities in proportion. If Newberry's
:laims are valid,, why not possible
,lains from other towns.-The State.
Itockholdors The Carolina Manufacturing
Comipany-Directors and Officers
At the annual meeting of the Stock
iolders of the Carolina Manufacturing
Jompany M. A. Carlisle, Geo. S. Mower,
1. H. Folk, J. J. Lane, R. C. Carlisle,
xeo. W. Summer and ). It. Wheeler
Yere elected directors.
The ofilcers were re-elected as fol
ows: M. A. Carlisle, president; D. H.
Vheeler, vice president; E. A. Carlisle,
ecretary and treasurer and general
The Carolina Manufacturing Coi
any has been turning out soen very
[no work during the past year, in fact
he work done by this company sur
'asses any turned out by similar con
erns in the South.
JAMES D. NANCE CAMP
let Yesterday at Court House and Tram
acted Business of Importance-south
ern Railway Adopted as Official
Itoute for Reunion at
At the regular meeting of the James
. Nance Camp held yesterday at the
,ourt House, Lt.- Commander R. C.
,arlisle presided in the absence of Com
aander J. W. Gary.
The minutes of last toceting were
ead and sustained. Four new mem
oers were enrolled as follows: J. H. P.
3romer, W. E. . Ruthorford, Alex C.
Velch and J. W. L. Arthur.
There was no member of the comn
nittee which was appointed to draft
ultable resolutions on the death of Col.
munt present. They were requested to
eport at the next meeting.
A committee consisting of the follow
ng gentlemen was ap)pointed to ascer
aln how many members of the camp
ad died and not been reported, and to
Iraft suitable resolutions on the same.
Col. Schumpert, chairman of the
nemorial committee, stated that all
,rrangements had been made and the
irogram for Memoria Day, which was
lxed for May 14th instead of the 10th,
ruany of the 01(d soldiers being absent
na that day attending the tste reunion
It was moved and carried that the
southern Railway be the ofieial route
o convey the veterans to Columbia.
L. special train will leave Newberry at
.15 Wednesday morning. The vet
rans will go on this train.
The commander was requested to ap
>oint a sponsor and two maids of honor
o represent the camp at the Mengphis
'eunion. He was given f, few days in
vhich to make his appointments.
The Adjutant was given the power
o appoint four delegates and four al
ernates to the Memphis reunion.
As there was no further business to
ransact the camp adjourned.
Blown to Atoms.
The old -idea that the body sometimes
ceds a powerful, drastic, purgative
ill has been exploded; for Dr. King's
oew Life Pills, which are p)erfectly
armless, gently stimulate liiver andl
owels to expel poisonous matter,
leanse the system and absolutely euro
ionstipation and Sick Headache. Only
2c. at all druggists.
Mimnaugh on the fourth page of this
aper quotes some very interesting
gures. In millinery, dress goods and
ilks, embroideries, shoes, oxfords and
lothing. He says that there has never
eon such a slashing and eut,ting of
'rices, and when you are in need of
nything in his line it will pay you to
nspect his goods.
Strikes ai Rloh Find.
"I was troubled for several years with
bronic ind igestion and nervous debill
y," writes .1'. J. Green, of Lancaster,
I. H., "No remedy helped fle until I
egan using Electric Bitters, which
.1d me more good than all the medi
ines I ever used. They have also kept
ny wife in excellent health for years.
ihe says Electric Bitters are just
plendid for female troubles; that they
,rc a grand tonic and ir.vigorator for
reak, run down women. No other mod
eino can take its place in our family."
Dry them. Only 50c. Satisfaction guar
tenedr by all dreugints.
Will Ilo Obnervedl TiteNday, 14th MAy 'Th,
Year With Fitisig Exereoies-In.
Memorial day this year has been
post,poned from the 10th of May until
next Tuesday, the 1It,h, as the fornier
dato conflieted with the State reunion
of Confederate veterans in Columbia
and the desire to have as many of the
old soldiers present as possible caused
There is an act of the legislature set
ting a day npart on which to honor the
Confederate dead, but this is not neces
sary as the nemory of those who
fought so bravely for a cause jIust,
though lost, will ever be sacredly lion
ored by every true man.
The committees appointed from the
James 1). Nance Camp, U. C. V., and
the John M. Kinard Camp, Sons of
Veterans to select a speaker and ap
point committees to decorate opera
house, monument and cemeteries for
memorial day have completed their
Judge Y. J. Pope was invited to de
liver the address and has accepted I nv I
The following is the program as ar
ranged by the committees:
Chief marshal of the day-0. L.
Assistant marshals-C. 1:. loyd, A.
T. .11o n and M. L. Spearman.
Tie formation of line of march will
be at the corner of Caldwell and
Boundary streets. Til line will move
promptly at 4:301) p. m. in the following
1. West End Brass Band.
2. James D. Nance Camp, U. C. V.
3. Other Confederate Veterans.
-1 Drayton Rutherford Chapter Daugh
tees of Confederacy.
5. Jno M. Kinard 'amp, Sons of
6. Newberry College students.
7. Boundary Street, Graded Behool.
8 West End Graded School.
0. Ilelena High School.
10. Excelsior Fire Company No. 1,
Jno. W. Earhardt Captain.
11. Excelsior Fire Company No. 2,
C. M. West Captain.
16. Carriage occupied by Judge V.
J. Pope, J. W. Gary commander James
D. Nance Camp U. C. V., J1o. M.
Kinard commander Jno. M. Kinard
Camp sons of Veterans. Mrs. R, ).
Wright President Drayton Ruther
ford Chapter Daughters of the Confed
14. Carriage occupied by Rev. E. 11.
McClintock Chaplain James D. Nance
Camp, Rev. George A. Wright Chap
lain Jno, M. Kinard Camp, Hon. Otto
Klettner Mayor, Dr. James McIntosh
chairman CommissionersPublic Works.
T'ie exercise will begin promptly at
five o'clock at the opera house.
PROGRAM AT OPERA HOUSE.
1. Music by band.
2. Prayer by Rev. E. P. McClintock,
chaplain of James 1). Nance Camp.
5. Address by Judge Y. J. Pope.
6. Music by band.
0. Benediction by Rev. Geo.A. Wright
chaplain Jno. M. Kinard Camp.
The following committees have been
MONUMENT AND OPERA ItOUSE: COM
Mesdames S Pope, 0 L Schumnpert,
Gee Johnstone, J W M Simmons, RID
Smith, 0 B Mayer, WY G Houseal, L BI
Aull, S B Jones, Edw R Hlipp, N B
Mazyck, L M Spcers, J C Wilson, J Y
Culbreath, M A Carlisle, D) B Wheeler,
J N Martin, R D Wright, W E Peclham,
and W G Mayes, D C Flynn, M. L. By
Misses Kittic Mazyck, Ola Wilson,
Sarah Pope, Lucy Speers, Th yra Sch um
poert, Nina Carlisle, Lizzie Glenn, Ma
mie Renwick, Neville Pope, lBessie Gil
der, Fannie McCaughrin, Maggie John
stone, Gordon Weeks, Helen Mower,
Edith Henderson, Margarette Cromer,
Mary N Fair, Morlat Martin, Maud
Langford, Anita Davidson.
Messrs I HI hunt, .J N McCaughrin,
J Y McFall, M L Spoar'man, John B
Mayes, F H Dominick, F L Bynum, E
A Carlisle, Tom Pope,Irvin Renwick, If
C HIollowa3, Frank Wearn, Fair Pifer,
Hugh Boyd, Clarence Summer, Z 1"
Wright, Dr D L Boozer, W S Lang ford
Wistar Gary, John Eddy, Leighion
Cozby, I H Hunt, P G Ellisor.
ROSEMONTr CEMETERY COM M T.TTEI.
Mesdames James McIntosh, S P
Boozer, C F Boyd, T C Pool, G S Mow
er, Alien Johnstone, Y J Pope, Geo W
Summer, J W Chapman,J A Burt,on, R
P Hollra.d, John HI Wicker, F" A
Schumpea, E M Evans, A T Brown, J
K Gilder, R Y Leavell, J Dlfornsby,
Wmn. Johnson, W A Kinard, C J Pur'
cell, L W Floyd, 0 Mc R H[olmues, W
HI Wallace, J W Earhardt, W C Mag
Misses Nina Latke, Helen Jones
Margarette Schumnpert,, Lizzie Domi
nick, Nellie McFall, Fanny M Carwile,
Marie Werber, Laura Blease, Lucy Mc
Caughrin, Ethel Boozer, Lula Bradley,
VILLAGE GRAVEYARD COMMITTEE.
Mesdamnes A P Pifer, M IB Wright,
W T Tarrant, E P McClintock, T J Me
Crary, L P Ewart, Geo McWhirter, E
H Aull, C A Bowman, W Y Fair, A C
Jones, J L WillIamson, M G G Sehorer
W H Carwile, W A Jamioson, T.T .'lay
es, Walter Herbert.
Misses Fannie Ramage, Blanch Da
vidson, Eugenia Summer, M ary Burton
Lizzie Orila, A mmie Tarrant, Hattie
Leaveli, Ida Langford, Jessie ,Summer,
Musical D)iretress: Mrs. 8 B Jonnes.
Wit,hout further notice the respec
tive committee will please assume the
dischna of li enpetve dunie.
Has returned from the
North with full line of
selected in person, also
spending some time in
the trimming depart
XK Come and seethe
Every man, lady and
boy should have a good
time piece. Come and
buy it of us as we have
a large selection.
If your watch, clock
or jewelry needs repair
bring it to us and we
will put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
A Dandu Line of
The prettiest you ever
A New Assortment of
(IEs'rAmn.Isrn IN 187 i.)
Capital -- -- ---$150,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General banki ng businless transaeted
with promptness. Special attention to
colgctions. Corresponidene .solicited.
Deposits allowedl interest at the rateo
of 4 per cent per an)um from date of
adoit. Inotors aya le .J anuary 1st
M. A. (CAnt is'C1>os.
'P. S. D)UNCAN, (Cashier.
J. WV. M'. SIMMONS, Asst. C'r'
"Sing their own praise."
For the benefit of those who wish
to purchase a piano from the present
time to the first of September, we
have decided to offer the Stieff Piano
on very convenient terms. You will
not have to pay very much cash down.
We can arrange thamt to suit your
own convenience. Then a payment
can bo0 made in the fall to suit, and
the balance, if any, can be arranged
in a satisfactory manner.
Remember chats. M. Stieff mnanu
factures his own pianos and will not
burden you with an unnecessary
profit, for wvo are selling to you direct
instead of to a retail (oaler to resell.
Our pianos will only have to be
seen in comYparison with the bost to
convince you that it will 1b0 to your
interest to buy the Stieff, and all we
ask is that you try our piano, give it
a critical examination, and if we do
not show you more value for the
money than you can possibly get in
any other make, then buy from any
one you may choose, b)ut don't take
our envious competitor's word and
buy from him before trying the Stieft.
CHIAS. M. STIEF"F,
Piano Manu factuirer, B3altimore,
Md. North and South Carolina Fac
tory Branch Wareroom, 213 N. Tryon
StL Charlnor,. V.a
BA1T1i1MORE, Mk +r.---"A company to bo known as the American
Straw liat Manu.facturing Comlpany cofprisig all the loading Straw Hat
imakors of tho count ry and capitaliztd at $12,0000,0() has boon organizod
bore. Tho, now cornpany Nwill control (ho Straw Itat businos of the United
States, and Io in it position to dictato prices to tho trado."
Wearers of Straw Hats
This news item is indeed astraw
that plainly shows that the prices
of STRAW HATS are bound to
advance. But happily we are not
at the mnercy of the hat combine
this season having bought largely
early in the season.
A Good Straw Hat for 50 cts.
A better one for $1.00.
A still better one for $1.50.
And the very best Straw Hat
It would be good economy to buy now not
alone the hats You need now but some for the
future as it will be many a long day before you
can buy them at our present prices.
Head to Foot Clothier.
&iThis offer stands for 30 days only.eziy
. From For'
S5even $ 2. 65
I) (~ ~ ~ * ~ to Ep11pedI to
~ r~t~.- ,~ ~Years FAhddicss
ON l QT. WV. 11. M ulBRA Y MFt, Guarantcod Strictly I 'ure 1 land-maLdo Sour MI ash
ON l' QTi. G1llSON X.XX.X .Y, Il'alatable in t,ho 1Highest D)egree.
ON 1M QT. G UJCK LsN II I NI MlM i, Just,ly ( Clecbrat ad for its MI ed icinal Value.
ONE QT11. OLD (CItOW WVHISKJEY, The Old Iteliable lFavorite.
We shp tffh is assortmnent,, or assorted any way you like them, ian a plai n pack
ago for $2.05, ex press p'epaid only to thne limonits of the Southiern I'x press (Co.
Writ.e for our now il lustraLtedI price list, just out. Hend ian your orders.
/ (mGive us a trial on our $1.50 and $.0 ti)I'ure Rye and Corn.
.iEl I -:I- N I.: Third Nat,ional lIank.
GLENDALIE SPRINGS DiSTILLING CO.,
IVIITCIKELLa STflIEET; ATLANTA. GA.
We SELL 8 & 6 CORSETS.
Ever y woman knows what
the R& GOCorset is. It is the
only Corset that will not,
cannot, and does not stretch.
If you buy an R & G Corset
that does stretch, or proves
unsatisfactory in any way,
bring, it back to us and we
will give you a new one.
We have in stock the fain
. ous No. 397, moderately
straight front, which is pop
~, ~i .ular with most women who
do not demand an extreme
t~.L'~ ~,straight front. Those who
do will find it in the new
v straight front shown in our
We sell No. 397 for $; 1.00
Our Corset stock is large and well selected.
Full stock Butterick Fashion Books and pat
S. J. Wooten.