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* 200 pieces -new black and colored Dress
Goods, 1904 and 1905 styles, worth and sells e
inevery retail store at 35 to 506. the yd., take
your choice for 23c. yd. Another pile of 4
about 250 pcs. bran new styles, width 50-in., j
worth 65, 75 and 85c., take your choice this c
week the yd. 49c. About 65 pes. fine black
goods just rolled in, all the latest creations, I
not a piece in the lot worth less than $125,
and some in the lot up as high as $2.00 yd., 1
Footwear of every
naugh surpasses all ot
io cases ladies' fine
kind, $1.39. io case
* special, 98c. Big lot
For any want in 01
PERUVIAN GUANO. to personally
FARMERS FIND IT VALUABLE The party cc
AND ECONOMICAL. '.. Salley cler
ler, N. N. H~
Big Cargo of Guano Now Unload- J- G. Smith,
ing at the South Carolina Terminal Fair, F. I. Gal
Company's Wharf, Foot of Colum- party from C
bus Street--Pernvian Guano Has party from M
Been Used Before With Satisfac-- mned their 1r
tion an.d Other Big Cargoes Are to the city at ar
Follow the Present Shipload-It is the guano.
Brought From an Island Off the Orangeburg y
Coast of Peru-Farmers lere to were satisfied
Investigate Cargo. artice.ea a
News and Courier, Sept. 29. unload the ca
With forty-two hundred tons of the men belo
Peruvian guano abroad, the British for any great
steamship Condor, Capt. Anderson, count of the p
arrived in port recently and is now dis- monia. In
charging her cargo at the South Car- wind sails are
-olina Terminal wharf at the foot of unable to stay
Columbus street. As fast as the fer- and onily one
tilizer is taken from the hold it is The hot hum'
packed in labelled sacks and made odor of amm4
ready for shipment to the interior tmng.
-and to the agriculturists along the The Condo
coast. The cargo is consigned to Lobos de Tier
order, though it belongs to Morti- miles off the
*mer & Co. guano deposit
This shipment is the first of a rocky islands
series which will be received during vines along ti
the winter, a vessel bearing seventy- have been for
five hundred tons being due here solitudes of a
next month. Other shipments will birds such
be made to Mortimer & Co. as is gannets. albe
deemed necessary to supply the de- gulls, as wel
mand, which has been steadily grow- sea lions. Th:
ing as the farmers become better ac- the guano
-quainted with its virtues as a ferti- living and
lizer. That public attention is be- well as their
ing rapidly awakened to the fact that birds lived and
genuine -Peruvian guano can be lation consists
bought in this city is made' evident ly putrefying
by .the fact that farmers in the in- erable sea fou
terior are asking for information re- as well. Mai
garding the fertilizer~ and yesterday car.casses hayv
a party of representative farmers of . cargo of the
Orangeburg county were in the city petrified eggs
U (his We
ied to bring her
inder this roof.
n we tell you v
vo largest dry
n't have to takt
cd see for yourS
nd low prices.a
as down the m
I with fall and wi
ake your choice 89c yd.' 36-in Taffeta; it's
orth $1.00 yd.; guaranteed to wear, 74c. yd.
ou resist this oprtt buy the
e$. yo d wide Tafeta Silk for 97c. yd.
The word of mouth advertising is bringig
s new business every day.
3hldren's Clothing Half Price.
candidly believe .1 can show you more chil
Iren's and s' suits than all the stores
rom one end of the town to the other
&others can save money in buying boys' suits
rom this big stock. Such values are not
ound elsewhere, 98c., $1.49, $1 98, $3.49.
hape and quality from the chactpest to tl
hers in giving bona fide Shoe Bargaius.
Shoes patent tip, lace, all sizes at 98c. pr.
Men's Sunday Shoes, the $i.50 kind, sp
Children's School Shoes at halt price.
y Goods, Milliney, Clothing and Shoi
b.ie L.eaci3ng Store
examine the cargo and b h ik fd
ives as to its efficacy. hl. Ta h
nsisted of Messrs. G.amesr,oths
of court; T. W. Zeig- cse ol pc
yden T. R. McCants,Iaecmpsto
C. A. Stroman, A. D. Icmae iht
es and L. G. Way. A mr ee~ cu
iesterfield county and a ecea
aion county have sig- A is huh
itention of coming to ta ev an
early date to look atcmuainntth
['he gentlemen fromisrm bedth
esterday said that they o eti eto
that it was the genuine Pr ti edl
; will be. -e.cessary to nsekgofti
rgo of the Condor asjetafmospo
w are unable to laboied Iistedy
length of time on aca hc a emt
enetrating odor of am accmlt nte
spite of the fact thatwerahaego
provided, the men werecassthdesr
-in the hold yesterday rismr rqe
hatchway was utilized'to ese:cl
d weather renders th eas w-itso
mia peculiarly suffoca'staei hc tr
r came direct from sleadcrym
ra, an island about f:fty sdrbeprino
o-ast of Peru. y1bese etacmltos
s are found on theEnlswetrm
and in gullies and ra- te oetrl i
1e coast. They must Terpdt i
a very long time the ceao h e
vast number of seaisamticoci
s penguins, pelicans, o velr nti
tross, shags, petrelsconr,adnes
I as of seals and sret ieoes
me islands, from whichcptnofher
is taken, are theIrAsmlbarnoc
breeding places, asladofthcas
cemeteries, where the br ysiste
I died, and the accumu- adi a huh
,not only of the slow- ueest ii h
excrements of innum- ffyo ude
I, but of their carassescetyavslac
2 of these mummifiedIsadndiws
been found in thethn2.0tosh
Condor and dozens ofthtwnyfvye
ive ben uneathed aTed folwing dh
ek will beli
e this week the
We feel that
te can show yo
3 our or any or
elf. The attract
bbund on ever
>untains and rc
nter goods for .
I'm the Price Maker.
100 pes. best standard Calicoes, the 5c. kind,
to go at 4C. yd
50 pcs. yard wide Flannelette, the 15c. kind,
to go at 10c.
50 pes. Flannelette, the 10c. kind, to go at 71.
50 pes. Red Twilled Flannel, the 20c. kind,
to go at 12tc.
25 pds. Table Oil Cloth, 45 in. wide, the 25c.
kind, to go at 12jc.
100 Ladies' ready made Skirts, worth $1.50,
!ale this v
2e best. Your knowledge of values will
Notice the price for good shoes.
10 cases ladies' fine shoes patent tip, lacc
,cial 98c. 3oo pairs Men's Brogan Sbc
s visit Newbrrys Biggest and Mist
orNxewberry, s. C.
e laborers in the Iformation of guano, wri
~uano consists, in who has passed a consid
decomposed car- at the deposits, may not
r from the aver- Iesting:
F good guano as ":The deposits of Lobo
e composition of having remained unwork
nulatiohn of pure years and the birds has
reassured, they returned
ne might imagine jhaunts. I paid my first 1
>uld wash the ac- islanids during March of
sea but when it pelicans were then asseni
rain never falls er at a deposit already pa
of the coast of e d, and on the surface of
seen that the ex- hatching arnd rearing tI
turbed by nature. 'The nectst, consisting od
phase of the sub- sea weed and odds an<
essor has observ- peared to have been consi
iess of the climate with the view of indicati
ed the guano to of each pelican's propert:
e coasts. When venting the eggs from r
which from local into the sea, than of fo
e heavier, and the fortable receptacles fori
.the accumula- ed chicks. They were
vater dissolves at by side, close to each oth
the guano in the so, in fact that when an:
aches us. A sin- parent birds moved iron
rain would dis- posture it w~as sure to
o the sea a con- one of other neighbors.
one of the larg- eggs were hatched, and thi
a single year of! cern of the pelican motl
y cause many of thers, morn and noon,,
appear." vide their offsprings witi
h which the ex- sary nourishment--fish, C
owls accumulates At first. the little on<
able to the minds weak to get out of wvhy
section of the charmed circles, and thi
agle example may mained eating and deposit
me adequate con- long day. As they gained
id accumulation.I however, they began to:
:y isle, Smith's Is- but limited their peregr
of Peru, was laid the deposit on which th<
ty-five years ago, hatched, unconsciously
that it would be in this manner, the work
isle again until ing companies. The yot
rears elapsed. Re- approached while forgina
hored off Smith's what their enormous bei
found that more tarily contain. One j
d accumulated in which would not fly, voi
rs. my presence five large:
scription of the left the islnds in April -n
we speak con- "
u more goods
in town com
ie else's word
ions in variety, g
y hand. Every
lis through the.
linugh's Big Store...
to go at $1.19 each.
100 large Bed Spreads, worth 85c., to go
at 59c. each.
100 large Bleached Towels worth 10c, to go
at Sc. each.
1 case Poe Mill Bleaching, 36 in. wide,
worth 8c., to go at 5c. yd.
1 case Madras Gingham, short lengths,
worth 8c., to go at 5c. yd.
Search far and near and you'll never fmd.
prices so low.
tell you that Mim
b, all sizes, the $r.75
es, the $1.25 kind,
tten by one in June of the same year I stilf found
erable time the young birds parading about and
be uninter- concluded from thise that the breed
ing season extends over some two
s de Afuera months."
ed for some' "When one takes into account' the
'ing become foregoging facts-the size of -the
to their old birds, their habits of gorging them
isit to these selves all day long with highly ni
1879. The trogenous food, and their confining
bled togeth- themselves to limited areas, it is noet
rtially form- difficult to conceive that where
it they were thousands and tens of thousands *f
ieir young. them are concerned, considerable de
a circle of posits must accumulate after the lapse
ends, ap- of years."
ructed more A shipment of this Peruvian guanie
ng the limit was received last year and the faam
r, or of pre- ers who tried it were much plea.sed
oIling down with the results and from the pres
rming com- ent outlook the shipment will be sold
lewly-hatch- in a short time. E. M6rtimer & C@
ituated side are the sole importers of the guano
er: so much for this country. . t.
one of the This Peruvian guano is sold1 by the
1 its sitting Newberry Hardware Co., whlo ar
incommode sole agents at Newberry.
Mose of the . .
e great con
ters and fa- NOTICE.
vas to pro- Notice is hereby given that the un
the neces- dersigned, composing the Board of
f course. Jury Commissioners for Newberry
s were too County, State of South Carolina, will
t appeared on the 13th of October, inst., at isse
re- they re- o'clock a. ni., in the office of the
ing the live- Clerk of Court for said county, open
'in strength. ly and publicly draw thirty-six~ juers
rnove about, to serve as Petit Jurymen., at the .e
mnations to tober'term of Court of General See
y had been sions for Newberry, beginning *o
faciltatig, tober 31st, 1904. and continuinig See
ng ird ifone week.
ng birs, if October 1st, 1904.
i, throw. upi Jno. L. Epp
Lks momen- County Treasre.
oung bird, 'Wmn. W. Cromer,
nited up in County Auditor.
1errmngs. I IJno. -C. .Gsaos,