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NEWBERRY MARIET E.
Correctod every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Br-os.
M eat ...................... . . ..........
Shoulders ..................*........ 6 10.
H am s.................................. 1 12c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 2 .
Best Molasses...................... 4 0 .
Good Molasses..................... e 350.
Corn ................................ . 550.
Meal ............................... 550.
H ay.............. . .. .............. . $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
1st Patent Flour................. .$5.50.
2nd Best Flour.................... $5.00.
Strait Flour....................... - $4.75.
Good Ordinary Flour...........*3. .25.
Sugar ......... .........
Coff ..................... .....
Cotton seed iueal,p&r%eauk.*.. .10
Hulls, p e wt......... ........... 300.
tar, per tb ..................... I & 20.
.ggs, per dozen ............ 8100.
Chickens, each.................. 124 20c.
Peas, per blishol....... .......... 0070o.
Corn, par bushel.................. 500.
Oats, per bushel-............ W"00.
Sweet potatoes .................. 5 0(a .
Turkeys, per tb .................. 06 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ........... 7Q85c.
Fine Jc!ny Bull for Sale.
W. E. Merchant,
f2t Jalapa, S. C.
Dwelling for Rout.
Corner McKibben and O'Neall streets.
Apply to G. 13. Boozer. f&t3t
In our Racket department you will
find stationery, shelf hardware and
buggy whips at 25 per cent. lower than
elsewhere. A. C. Jones.
For Exchange or Salo.
One 15 horse engine will be sold
cheap or exchanged for a 25 hor:po
engine. Apply at Herald (mA-News
office. .-' -tf.
20 pieces H. F. & Co. yard wide per
cales at 10c, worth 121c at A. C. Jones'.
For Dominick school. Apply to
M. Q. Chappell,
J. T. McKittrick,
W. H. Wallace,
f 4 Trustees.
Newberry to Tampa and Return for 80.50.
On account of the Florida excursion
from Columbia via F. C. & P. R. R.
July 20th, the C., N. & L. R. R. will
sell round trip tickets to Columbia
July 20th at $1.50, final limit July 30th.
Only Paper at County Seat.
Proprietor will sell outfit, accounts
and good will of Bamberg Herald for
$1500 cash. Good job outfit included.
t&f. 4t. Bamberg, S. C.
The trustees of School District No. 46
will receive applications for a teacher
of the Burton school until the 20th Inst.
School term will be from 7 to 9 months.
Salary $25 per month. Send applica
tions to W. G. PETERSON.
Longshore, S. C.
July 10, 1897. t&f. 2t
Ice water to drink free and a cool
store to trade in at A. C. Jones'.
Card of Thanks.
Newberry, S. C., July 15, 1897.
Editor Herald and News,
K(ind Sir:- Please extend our many
thanks to the kind people who have re
memnbered us so kindly in this our
darkest hour of bereavement.
Mr's. (Colin Cool. and family.
50 dozen Ladiles' under wear at 5e at
TeacherA. C. Jones'.
For Decad Fall School, Dilstrict No. 9.
A pplications must be handed to one of
the trustees on or before August 2nd.
Applicant will state salary required.
School will op~en about November 1st,
and1 will run seven or eight months.
Patrons of school will meet at the
school house on Monday, August 2nd
at 9 a. mn. 11. L. DOMINICKC,
1). B. WunTs,
T.1 S. BLAIR,
t&f. (it. Trustees.
Silver Street, S. C.
For Infants and Children.
N 1OT FELIG ELL!
Ilobertson 's Com-pou nd
TLhis p)reparation is a combinaitioni
of drugs having altorativo, tonic
sLimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugn which the
medlical profeosion recommend for
skin dliseases0, Scrofulous affections,
Dyspopsia, Liver Complaints, Rhen
It is carefully prepared from the,
Spurest drugs and is so1ld.at 75 cents.
lbes/son & Gilder's
VARIOUN AND ALL ABOUT.
Everybody for Little Mountain to
The weather has been very cool for
the past several days.
Work on the stand pipe is going
Rev. Mrs. M. J. Epting and children
of Savannah are here oi a visit.
Mrs. Sophia M. Redus left on Tues
day for a visit to relatives in Maine.
Mrs. E. 13. Wilbur left on Tuesday to
visit her home and friends in the North.
Mr. Henry Robertson of Savannah is
visiting his uno-Dr. P. Robertson in
Levi Kibler will give a first
,Ois barbecue Lt the Antino Buzhardt
place next Wednesday 21st.
The Herald and N6ws will take a day
off to-morrow and the editorand entire
foroe will go to the re-union at Little
Rev. C. L. T. Fisher of Charlotte,
N. C., and professor Ii Elizabeth Col
loge, was in Newberry this week in the
interest of the college.
A. C. Jones has an Important an
nounceient in another column. Go
around and see him. Mr. E. 1. Paw
ley is in charge and will be glad to see
Messrs. A. L. Aull and J. A. (units
will give a first, class barbecue at
Poinaria on Saturday July 31. A good
time and a good dinner for all who
The I.I%d has come and the laying of
water oipes has been resumed. We
hopeit will continue uitil they are
all 0own in order to be rid of the open
Mr. C. C. Langston of the Anderson
Intolligencer and Secretary of the
State Press Association came down to
Newberry yesterday. We are always
glad to see him.
The county Democratic exec.utivc
coImIttee is called to meet at the
court house at Newberry on Saturday,
July 27, at 11 a. i., to arrange for
the senatorial campaign and to attend
to any other business that may be
brought up. Every member is urged
to be present.
S. S. CUNNINUHAM,
f&t 3t County Chairman.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy eures
colds, croup and whooping cough.
It Is pleasant, safe and reliable. For
sale by W. E. Pelham.
Look at our new trunks before buy
ing. A. C. J ones.
Iarbecuo at St. Mattiews.
A barbecue will be given at St. Mat
thews Lutheran church, on Broad river,
on July 30, for the purpose of raising
money to paint and repair- the church.
There will be some speakers on educa
A good dinner vill be served at rea
sonable prices, and by going you not
only get a good di.nncr but you also
help agoodl cause.
J. W. Reeder's Is the p)lace to huy
your hoes. f. :3m.
A first class teacher wantecd to teach
the Helena school comm iencing Oct.
1st running 8 or 9 mont.hs. P lease
state salar'y wanted. Applications
must be handed to one of the trustees
on or before the 14th of August as a
meeting will be held at the school
house to consider the appllicat.ionl.
.JOHN 11. CHIAPPI',
iHnY D). SHtOCKiblY,
1 2 t.'
'Why. will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics wvhen iROVIt's TASTICLICSS (CHI1LL
TONIO is as leasan11t as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is aut,horized to refund
the money in overy case where it (ails
to cure. Price 50 cents. f.1y
Notice, to the Correspjondets of The He4rald
I will say to all who are interested in
the watermelon and lee cream treat to
meet the undersigned at The Herialdl
andl News oflice on Mondlay next, the
19th instant, at 2 p. mn., to elect a com
mittee of arrangements and diecidle the
time and place of meeting.
Every one who can will lelase meet
oni Monday znext.
In tie vicinity of Boquet, WVestmnore
land, Co. Pa., alImost noyone cant tell
you how to cur.e a lame back or stifl'
nmeck. Tfhey dampen a~ piece of flannel
with Chamberlain's Palin Balm and(
bind it on the aff'ected parts and in
one or two (days t,be trouble has disap
peared. Thle same treatmont wvdl
promptly cure a pain in the side or
chest. Mr. E. M. Frye, a p)rominentI
merchant of .Hloquet, ispeaks very
highly of Pauin Balm, and his recomn
mendations have had mnuch to (do with
n.aking it popular there. For sale by
Spool1 cotton at 25c and 315e a yard at
A. C. Jones'.
Big Drop in Prices,
$30, $40, $50 and $75.
Now is the time to
F. A. 8GHUMPE~RT.
f. tf. Amant
Several Caital C~alue issoned of --ICvery
tihing Mov1 on Sn1o(ol lly- I'% ent
ment of Uranhd .1ury.
Oir report of the court in Ti. sday's
Ipoe closed with the work up to that
time anld the coirt wIas then engaged
inl the Case of Saml (leim, Ito WIS
found not, guilty and gocs on h1is Way
happy anld rojolcing.
.1oh1n Wiheuler, colored, was put on
trial for assaitult tid battery with intent
to kill. lie had no lawyer and there
Were only two witnesses. 'The jury
found him guilty of assailt aid battery
of a i igh atn( aggravated nature.
John Patyne was tried for murder.
Ile atttended a hot supper on Mr. Geo.
T. Reid's pitace some iimonths tgo and
Ie and another negro traded pistols
and overcoats ato tile pistol was said
to have but one barrel loaded and he
took the bullet out of that barrel and
then began to use the pistol its a play
thing, snapping it inl various diree
tions. Like all unloaded guns it "went
off" and the bullt,L took effect in his
friend with whom lie had just, traded
and with deadly effect. lie was de
fended by Cole. I'. 1 Hiense. The jury
decided it was i accident aid found
him lot guilty, but it is allways hetter
not to fool with an emlipty pistol.
Geo. L. Neel was put on trial for as
stuilt and battery of high and aggra
vated iattre amil with intent to kill.
This grew out of the Johnstone Acad
ely troll.)le. Mr. Neel wtas represent
ed by Johnstone & Welch aid tie so
licitor was assisted by Hunt & Ilunt.
Tle defendait, wts found guilty of as
samilt, and battery of a high and agrgra
Asbury Su;;r, Will Suber and John
Downing were col..victed 1f auIt and
battery with intent to kill and riot.
No bills were retui-ned il the case ot'
EIlliott Iill for assault and battery
with intent to kill; Rhodat Chapman,
Violating dispensary law; and Ilink
Adrms, violating. dispensary law. A
true bill was retirned againist litiluk
Adams in another case for violating
Oi Wednesday afternoon tile grand
jury mlalde their preseltimlent and were
TO I AN(; A UJGUs'r 20.
T.l1ovilley L.N les wits plt on) trial yes
terday Iorling charged with commlit
ting a ratpe on a white wollml at Whit
inire about three ionthls ago. The
Jiudge appoint-ed R. II. Welch to de
fend him, and he iade a Wong plea
for mercy for the defendant, but tihe
jury returned a verdict of guilty ai(d
Lyles was sentenced to be haln gedl on
A ugust 20. It is not often that a lie
gro is allowed a trial in such cases. In
lis catse 11e wits idenilied as the right
mantti by tle wolliall ilid the evidence
was direct and positive.
unk Adals wa's found guilty of Vio
lating tile dispewary law.
The case of the State vs. Carter
Frederick for mu111rder was taken up
yesterday afternio iln. The defendant,
is relresented b.y Johnstonle & Welch
ad tie Solicitor is assisted by 0. 2.
Schumper't. This case grPows ouit of
the killing of anothler negro at Vaughi ns
vi lIe colored chu rchI on Sunday113 duin ig
the early part, of the year. They quar
reled over a gamle (of cards. Th'le case
will take unitil noon(1 today, as the test,i
molly for thle Sta(t,e had1 nolt all heenh
There is only onel Itber cease oni the
docket, that. oIf A nid re w lotIon charged
wit,h murder. It, will take a ful1l day
and( if it is entered e otu't will not ad
journ'l lbe f.-'e tomiorr'ow IIighit, some1
PiWSi'NTA~lI-MNTi O1" il i ANI) ,11'Y.
To IIs IS lonor ( . WV. I uehaniani, presid -
subm111it 11he fol lowl'inlg r'eplort at Ihle prs
eut,I term o,f the courit:
- Weo hiave care'cfully conisidleredi and
aut,(d upon11 all illIIs of inudictmnett
handed to1 u~ 11y tIle Solicitor.
We sinid that there atre sonmc rep)airs
needed01 on ti.e r'oof (of the cout, house15,
wh ich leaks in s'veral places, also0
somie lin s or10 slut teirs to the window011s
(f some1 (of thle 0,lices arle in bad cond i
t,ion, mand ineed toI be attended to at
We have also, b.v~ a commiittee oIf our
body' 11ppoinited at tile last termil of the
eour't, exainled the booleks of I l'robate
Judi(ge, ('clerk of C ourt, ~ ''ri f, \l aster,
Aumditoir, Treasurer aml ,eniserI, and1(
Iinid t,hecm well an neat11~ ly i(ept, and thte
('oun1tedl and(hI papeirs all in their' prop(ler
lIhitce. We 11ind, hlowev'eri, that :]:e
Al1a:ter nleeds a des5k in hIis olliee ini
wh'icho to keep 1i hi pers and1( at least a
half (1ozen~i chIaitrs, wh'Iiich Iwe lecomI
itnend the C (ounIty Sup leri' isor to furniiishm
as ear1ly as plossible.
We h.sve also exainledl tihe books of
t,he followinhg mlagistrates. 8. IA. Ic
lor's, ,1. II. WVillianms, 11. F. I)ay, M. I'.
flamrintg toll, S. A. iehanit,, I'. I .
I'I lesor, 1. II. Cr~iispI an W11X. F. Subher,
and( Iindl( them all kept, ini good order
and all li nes collected by thiem tulrined
over to the C ounty Treasurer.
The granid jury3 WI wold, hlowever,
state thait in their' jud(gmnent the coun Ity
is puit to a v'ery3 greaut, anid, ats we tinik,
unnIlecessary expenlse inl lhe numberhi of
State's wit.nesses broughit in to cour lt in
the eases brouigh, liy the State againlst
violIators5 of latw, who1 when01 broughlt,
before us (1o not kntow anlyt,ing ab)Out
WVe have hearid anld lnow froma ob
servationi that sonme of the r'oadis andl
bidi(ges aire in bad coniiiitionl. We r'eC
ommIlend thait, the Supierv isoir be uriged
to put,1 thleml in good con)lditionl at,
on1c. SpIecial compIllainut has beenl
made(1 abouit thle condolit,i(n (If the road
leading fr'om ii(lne'nn'sinerry noa to
Blair's crossing. WO therefore sug
gest that the Supervisor remuiro this
road to be worked immediately.
Whereas, we have in a former report
recommended two (2) frie ferries be es
tablilished over Saluda river in the
lower part of the county, and no stAps
to our knowledge have been taken to
establish one in the lower part of No. 9
Township, we do again call the atten
tion of the Supervisor to this matter,
an ITCcoImmend that some action be
takeni at once.
Information has been received from
a reliable source that there are two
ladies, viz.: Misses Hester and Nancy
Cromer, living in No. II Township, who
tire in destitute circumstances and are
sutfering want rat.her than go to our
County Home. We therefore recoi
mend that our commissioners make the
same provision for their support that
was madc prior to a decision mado by
the county board not to help only those
In the County Home.
We recommend that the committee
appointed to examine the ollees and
books of the county officers be allowed
extrn compensation for the number of
da3s spent in said examination, and
also that our clerk be allowed the usual
fee for sevviecs rendered in making
this report and also for services ren
dered to the committee.
P. II. SciuMmnEr,
Party ror little Mountain Tomorrow.
A large party will go from Boyd's
Crossing to Little Mountain Saturday,
17th inst. J. P. Cook has made arrange
ments with Mr. Childs, president of
the C. N. & L. R. R., to go at reduced
rates. Colony Sabbath-school may be
expected in full force. All who want
to go will notify Mr. Cook at once.
Well tilled baskets are going too.
To .1t tle MlountatIn Maundon.
Tomorrow is the big day at Little
Mountain. College reunion and barbe
cule and pienie and tlirce thoisaid pec.
The early morning freight oil the C.,
N. & L. will not leave Newterry ttil
7.30 and if as many as 50 persons go the
fare will be 50 cents for adults and
children 25 cents for the round trip.
The same arrangement, was made last
year and there is little doubt t hat there
will be as many as 50 from Newberry.
It makes a pleasant outing for the peo
ple and a great many always take ad
vantage of it. We should all go down.
The progratue is )ub1)lisled inl anlothi
The place to buy voiur. Molasses at.
20, 25, 35, 40 and 50 ets. is at, J. W.
IReeder's. L. :3m1.
OUR TURNIP SEEDS
Ale Irosh. They are
They are true to
RlutlionsH of imnllkH.
At. a mieeting~ of the delegat-es of
.1 nmes D). Nance Camp, No. 33ti, U1. (1.
V., and their friends on board of train
near Atlanta, Ga., .1 une 25, 1897, ie
turn i ng from the Seventh A nnual He
union01 of U. (C. V. at N\ ashville, Ten n.,
the following p)reamnbhe and resolutions
were uinaninmoushy ad1opt,ed:
Whiereas, Misses Mary IPope, .Janie
Martin, .\amuie Renwick, O1la Wilson,
Mamie Wright,, Lucy Wright, Belle
and D)aisy Cannon gave us valuable as
'istance inI tihe deeoraitioni of oura spe
Vial coneh, and by vi rt,ue of such help
our1 earI wasH acknowledlged by all the
(camplIs to be the prettiest and hand
somewst coach onl t,he t,rain; therefore,
liesolv~ed, TIhat, our thaniks are (due
and areL herchy t.enidered t,o tihe young
ladies above niamied.
2. That wve applreciate their kindly
and1( willing oflices, and that we have
nieer cailledl on them for any assistance
that was not cheerfully granted.
31. That th is preamble and1( these reso
lutionS lbe puibl ish ed in the coun t.y
pa:pers oif Newberry Coiunty.
D)one b)y order of the dhehegates of
Jamnes D). Nanice Camp.
C. 1'. lkoYD', Adjutant.
I da't summiirer 0one. of' 0ou. graLndl chil
dIreni was ick with a severe bowel troua
ble, Our docteor's remedhies h)ad failed,
then we t ried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aind D)iarrhoea Remedy,
whieb gave very speedy relief. We
re'gard' it as5 the best mted icino ever p-ut
onl the ( mnarke t for bowel com pli-s.
Mrs. ]E, (. (Gregory, Fr< decrickstowni,
Mo. Thbis cerrainly is the best medi
e31ine ever puit onl the mis rket for dlylenl
ter'y, sLummer~I compn )11 t, colic and1(
(311chfer inifaitnm in ch ildiren. It. never
fails to give prompt relief when uIsed in1
reasonabtlo t imem antd the pla11in prin ted
dliroetions are fol lowedl. Maniy miothi
r's hiavem exp.ressedo their sincere grau I
tude1 for the cures it hass e'ffcCted. F"or
HIARIS/ LI THIA WA TEHl!
Carbonated Lithiat Water,
SAold to the Wholesale and
Retail tr'ado att lowest Pr1ices b)y
S. B. Jonos,
*Agnnt. for Nowbnory
Celebrated for its great leavening
t4trolgth and healthfulness. Assures
the food against alum and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,NEW YORK
No Truth in It.
A report got in circulation hero yos
terday afternoon that Senator Tilhnan
had been killed in Wiashingtou on an
electi-ie ear. How it started no one
seems toknow, though we understand
It Was prevalent In diflerent parts of
The lIerald and N6ws did not give
credence to it, but at once sent, a t,tle
graiml to the State at Columbia to en
quire into the correettiess of the report,
lld received the followilig reply:
Columbia, S. C., July 15, 1897, 5 p. i.
10 11. Aull:
No truth in report.
A. E. Gonzales.
It may have originated in the fact
thitt the ditipeinsatry bill was killed and
somebody 11113 have said lTillman's
dispensary bill is ki0led," and the next
to report it may iiave left out "dispen.
sary bill," though it this writing we
do not know the fit,e of tle dispensary
bill, but It was stated thatt, it would
coie uip yesterlay.
At, any rate the report scems to be
It will be good news to his friends in
the State that no such calamity has
I nstead of Senator Tillman's bill hav
ing been killed we learn from the At
11anta .1ournal this morning that the
Senate yesterday adopted his motion
in regard to the dispensary bill.
The Southern will sell special rate
tickets for the followiir occasions:
(Columbia District, Conference M. Ill
Church, South, at. Ridgeway, .1t1ly
21-25. Fave from Newberry and re
turn, $3.45; lrosperity, $3.25. Tickets
on sale 20, 21, 22 and 23, with final
limit July 26th.
)istri',t GraIid Lodge United Order
0dd Fellows (colored), Collbita, S. C.,
August 2-7. Fare from Newberry and
ret.urn, $2.25; l'vosperit.y, $2.00. 'Tickets
on sale Aigust, 1, 2, :. 1, 5, with finial
limit, Atugust 9th.
The round trip from Newhery to
Tampa, la., amd ret-urn is *1i.50, about
Lte cheap)est excursion that has beeni
.)tfered here ini a long tIhne.
WHAT IS NICER
Thani a (dish of. good .sweet
Lurnips fir dlinner? Nothing.
And it is very easy to get if
Mian buy checaper' than ever1 at
Robertson & Gilder's
Chea;sp 1.~I4Ius,n, Iiates.
The A t,inutic Coast I ie is olferi ng
nid ueents 1.o allI those wh'lo wish to
aLke summerhP I tips.
Tickets to (Glennl Springs from New
11rry *$4.45, Il'rospIerit,y $4.45, Clinton
Ticket,s to State Con ventioni, IUited
states Con federate Camips, Greenville,
S. C., will be on sale Au1g. 241, 25, 2(6,
wit,h final lImit Aug. 30o. Round trip)
Liekets one centt perP mlile each way.
Throughi tickets front Charlest.on
11-.85, Clinton, 950:, Darhlington $3.90
Newberry, $1.40, Il'rosperity, $1.50,
I totund t.ri p tickets t,o thte [Internaitionl
Conven t.Lion Iht.i st-sYounig I'Coplt inlin
will bie ont sale .huly 13, 14, and 15, with
li nal liit, .11uly 21 at thte rate of onte fIrst
class fare. An extenision of the lintal
l imit, to Atug. I1ean beC had1 by3 deptosi
Lit,ig Ihe re:tlnn port,ion of ticket wilthl
a~gets of the terina ul linies at Chtatta
ntooga prior to .1luly 19.
J1. \V. lHeeder will sell you Soda tent
p)ounds for 25 ets. f. 3m.
J. H. WEST
Offers for sale his entire stock of
Such as Safe, Soda IFount-ain,
Show Cases, Lamiips, &c.
My ob)ject is to dlisposeC of my
G3r'cer'y busBinessI in order to give
my entire attention and1( time to
the Furnitmoe business.
Any one wishing to buy apply
at once. fThis is a good1 oplif'
t.unity for some one, as my staLnd
is an excellent one. f. tf.
Hall thtread, 7 b)alls for 5e at
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET.
ALA liHE. NE,',WS OFV A LIVE ANI PRO
iSpa'l1 Cott1espondence I1rald ad News.]
l'rosperity, S C., .1tly 15, 1897.
Our town is alive with delegates and
visitors this week.
Miss I"llian Welel is visiting the
Misses Bo vis and attenditig the con
The i ndleat ions ire tihat. it large dele
gationl will "o dowi to the college r.e
1 unin att, li ftie Mollutain Satirlday.
Mr. .1. A. Simpson has gone onl at va
cationl. lie will spend it with friends
and relatives in Spartanburbg Coty.
He is now witl an aunt Itt or near
GlenI Springs. Ceo. villiai says he
will give hinm till Saturday to get
tiack home, as going off Is so unusual
A'mtumi llItwkins went, with Mr. 0.
G. Lane to Clenn's.
There are about sixty delegates in
attendanee upon the young people's
convention of the Scold 'resbytery of
the A. It. 1'. clurch. Sessions began
on Wednesday night, aid will eontilue
'rof. C. L '. I'ishelr, of E'lizabeth
College, is in town in the .-terest of
htis "istitutionl, which is located at
Charlotte, N. C. lie is very hopmful of
a big opelning.
Rtev. l3edenbaugh i:; improving me1'1
ly, and it Is hoped he Will be Oit. int a
Our' friend 'ress 11awkills is happy
in the visit of a little stanger.
Al'. .1. C. Wilson ha. been shaking
lliands with iis mnany friends hre for
the past, (ay o' two. MrV. Wilsoa was
at one tihe a resident of our. hirg.
V. P. .M3anton ias received a anew
wheel, having sold his old Columbia to
Mr. Lifshez. The number grows.
Manos Hartman, of Atlaitta, Ga., is oat
at visit to his par'enIts antd Mi'. L. S,
Miss Sims, of Whitlirk''s, and Miss
Bynum, of Colunbia. tre visi -ing Mrs.
IIodges this week.
A'r. .1. It. L,at.han, of L.ttie Mouni
tiln, is lit town attending t-hi conven
Mi'. Sidiey Cook, who ias been sick
with typhoid fevea', died 'I'uvsday and
was bur'ied ati At. l'ilgrili nt Wetlaes
diay. 1le was about 20 yeatrs: old, and
was It soil of .1. Caleb Cook.
Mrs. Nettie Kinard and littIh (huigh
tor Martita, of Ath1an it, arlor spoit-ndiitg
four weeks with reiatives, 11-vo Ie
tt'ied to t,lheir homlie.
Our1. city fathers were :a lotn;. imae
gettini)g Iaov Ot .1, u1t u h11jan
they did Ch,ey certain tiade iap for.
lost tiime. The w(iorIk las bevi doe and
t,he house neiatly painlted atind ll
grounld raised. AMr. Ed'litor, you js,
might to see out well . thoose now. Cana't
you tilt down and look at, it and see
hlow niely we are fixed. 'apt. .io.
1 ellers bossed Ihio job, ably secoded
by Mr. A. iT. Hawkins.
W-Vork oin thte liew\ well ilas 1be!glna
antId evea'yt hinig poinlt.s to good progrl s
it putt,ing it down. They will 11u1sh it
fr'om siat,t t,o Iinisht.
WeTc hatve at happIly puppyI3' it town
this mor'nintg. Mr i. N. A. 1utiera as
reei ving 'ontgr~t'atthin oi n aittll sideis.
TPhe little giral and mtthier' are adoig
Mluch in Little
Ii espeially trute of liInod's P'ills, 1for nao miia
ie over coantainted so greatt cutrative power it
30 small spacee. Thtey atte a whtole medislclao
chest, always ready,~ at
ways efllclenat, :alw:ay s ~at-D .
isfctry;praet,a ehi ~ l
or fevaer, cure tall liver ial,
sick haeaachaee, jaundttlea. ('onis9 ~tiim to. etc. 2ijc.
Utho only 1'ills tot tako wilth II ond1's 'arsaparaih.
Thtose of otur friends who knaow outr
dispoeition to Hell themn thte best
dry goods, dress goods,
white goods, notions,
umbrellas, trunks, la
dies', misses' and oh ii
thtat mtoney can butyat a piric'e close ont to
i ill appreciato mrore thian over' ouir
effort to please them, if they will catli
and see what bargains we are of1oerhn'e
since we got into ouar ne0w store. ThelIra
ist onaly otto elass of peoptle wo donit ex.
p eot to roach by our low prices andi
bargalIns, and( thtey are those w ho pre
ter to pay for the privie'ge of hbuyinag
fromt those who get mioro for their
goods. We undersell ouar comapetitora',
because we sell for' cash aand are sat is
fled with the amallest maargin of ptrofit.
We are offeorinag specital bairgainis thais
week all through t he store attod amoing
thema are somae now TR U.NK.
UJMIit1'CLLA snamed PAR..
ASL just opetted upf. Ouir prices
are always the lowest, andh to pirev'eat
peolie of ulnquiestionted credit froim
asking uts to make meoiroandoa, we ali
iow thtema 5 per cent, for SP*j
C, STT Showing thoem the
v'aluie of their cash. Coms tand see us
A. C. JONES,
Origina.tor of New St tiles & Low Prices.
Newberryv . ., ly 15. 18i7.
Spring is coming on
is on hand, ready with the nob
biest and nicest and neatest line
of Clothing and Gonts' Furnish
ings over exhibited in this market.
No old stock to be run off at and
below cost, but our goods are new
and fresh and are marked closo,
and our motto is short profits and
quick sales. Our
SIOK AND IAT LINH
is superb, and can scarcbe be e
colled. The latest in overything
and strictly i) to date. No
trouble to show you what we have.
Call and examino for your own
satisfaction, and if our goods and
prices dou't convinceo you tit wo
are the peolo to sell,you
and overything in our lino, why
then you don't know a good thing
when you see it.
Yours to plonso,
tl clthH c og
Time iAmited Until
Best full life-size Pas
tal and Crayon Por
traits made--not en
larged and then fin
ished by hand--but en
larged by hand and fin
ished in the latest style,
most durable and per
manent manner at less
than half usual price.
Call and see sample
SALER Art 8tdlio,
Newberry, S. C.
I ha lve seem-ed a Iirst~-class workmnan
in phimin g andf electrie work. T will
lbe readly 14) do any3 klind of work in
aboive Iwancheles whten thec tlhne comos.
I I I Ishall siie "to pleas 1 n15 oI very waIy,
and1( (every jobl mu ist gi';ve satLisfation.
WVill bie pleatsedlt mak) stima~ tes1L fr~ee
gratis. I amn fully eq uippedl to (do
ki melinug, lI invtg, Vutlcan izingl,
Turinig andio aLll otherO bicycle wvork. I
keep a full supply13 of bicycle siudries.
St oves by th111'ecar at all piciies.
I have ree'ive'd manyI~ kind( faLvors
fromi the p eopIle of Newberry ini the
pt,fo.r whlichl I amn truily grateful.
I askI for a trial hai these new branzches'
(If myl* buin~ess.
i. W. W HITE.
SOUTH CAROLINA COLLECE
(COLUMIHTA, 8. C.
Session begins Sep)tembe)r 28th. Clans
HicaLI, IAiterary, Secienti lIe, Normattl and1(
I,aw Courses. with Diplomas. Special
Conirses, wit.h Certificates. Hobard, $8 a
mon11th. Total necessary expensesO for
the year (exch Isive of 1,ravell ny, cloth
ng aund books), fromii $1 13 to $153. Wo
mten adm i it.ted to al1 (Classes.
For fu rther ci'nformation, add ress the
1 'uCli.Onit 1. C. WOOnw AUim