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y it ry TuesdsW and Friday
God Molasse Trop
o .... .. . - -----. ..
Meal ........... ... .
Wheat Bran .........'""- $1.00.
lot Patent Fibur. '1-00.
2nd Best Flour .......''" $0.25.
Strait Flou .............. """ $5.75.
(ood Ordinary Flour.....4;0( $5.5.
Sugar ................. ..... .....
Coffee ............ 6)8c0.
Cotton ....... I0(20c.
pper sc k-- ..
, per ton---------. ---........ $3. U0
Butter, per lb .----......... 15@20c.
Egfgs, per dozen -.......... 121(l5c.
Chickons, each ................... 121@20c.
Peas, per bushel------.--..--... 50c.
Corn, per bushel-.............. 500.
Oats, per bushel-................. 35(toc.
Sweet potatoes ......... 5%.0...
Turkeys, per t ............ 8c.
Fodder, per owt ........... 0 475c.
Newberry Cotton Morki't.
(Corrected Tuesday and Fr'day by 0. Molt.
Good Middling...................... . 13-10
Strict M iddling-- ................... 5 1
M idd'i ig ................................... 5 9-16
Receipts for week ending Sati
day last-------------...-..... ........... 600
'Receipts since September 1st...... 2,484
SPOT COTTON MARIKET.
(Atlaita Evening Jouruni, 27h.)
''he following are the ruling pricevof
cotton at the places named:
Atlanta easy at 5j.
Now York easy at 61. --
New Orleans weak '.
Liverpool qui.ts,Ct4 15.16.
A W(#44taTaiy at 0 1-16.
Savannah easy at 51.
The Teachers' Association,
Of Newborry County will mcet in the
Graded school building on Saturday,
October 9th, at 11 a. m. The following
is the programme:
1. Election of officer-s for the year.
2. The Natural Sciences in the Com
mon Schools. Discussion to be opened
by Natnan E. Aull.
3. Grammar. Discuseion to be opened
by Luther Riser.
4. Miscellaneous business.
1,000 yardo Standard 1 Shirting, at
1,000 yards 4-4 Standard Sheeting,
1,000 yards I Standard Drilling, at
Ge, at A. C. Jones'. taftf
DR. B..A. DANIELS.
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and
NEWHERRY, 8. C.
Onleo at residence, next door to Crot
well Hotel. t.tf
House and Lot for Hale.
House of seven rooms. Lot three
cres. Apply toG. B. Cromer. f&ttf
One 40 Horse-Power Engine.
One 20 Horse Power Engine.
One 12 Horse-Power En g In.
One 16 Horse-Power Boilecr.
Lot of Shafting and Pulleys of vari
Apply to Herald and News. f&tif
Jfewish New Year.
The Jewish New Year 5658 began on
Sunday evening at 0 o'clock. The
Israelites in Newberry are observing
two days as holidays and in consequence
the places of business were closed yes5
terday and will be closed again today.
Next Wednesday will -also be oh
served as the day of Atonement which
is a holiday and a fast day.
For Infants and Children.
THE SEST REMEDY!
Don't waste your money and your
Limo experimenting on chuili and
fever remedies. Life is too precious
for that. You got quick and porma
nont relief when you usne PEiL
HAM'S CJERTAIN CHILL AND
AGIUE CURE-50c. bottle.
Wanted a teacher for~ the Burton
school, distict No. 46, 7 or 8 months
school. Saltdry $26 (00 per month. Send
applications to Wv. G. PJipTu~isON,
* / Longshore, S. C.
WE HAVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cure any case of
chill or -fever.
Robertson & Gilder,
*Druggists on the Oorner.
The Carolina Manufactur
ig Coninpany is prepared to
gin your cotton at 20cts. per'
hundred. We invite comn
parison o'f sample and seed.
igh~les mrket price paid for
seedc ieu a tra.t&ftf
VARIOUS AND ALL AIOUT.
Miss S,ena Hisoe Is clerking Ii
Suholtz's jewelry store.
Miss Clara Cook Is clerking at
Wynn's Bargain Store.
Newberr-y College opong the fall
session on Friday of this week.
Council publishes two- Important
Ordinanic s in the paper this morning.
The cotton sead oil mill is now run
ning- and will soon atArt, a night b'r.d
We areOd to noto that Miss Ruby
auel who has been serlouly ill, is
Ov. W. S. Holmes will pireah in St.
Auke's Eplscopal ohurch to-morrow,
Wednesday, at 10 o'clock.
Columbia thought she had a yellow
fever subject heading that way last
week but it turned to be nalaiial
Mr. E. Cabaniti has i u'rhatsed the
Jno. Fair place and will move there
Mr. Jno. P. Aldridge is clerking for
Proetor Todd and will be glad to have
his friends call and see him.
There 'yere eighteen applicant.s for
tealcr's cert-ificates at the examina
t,ion on last Friday: Three whites and
President Geo. B. Cromei addressed
the Luther League of urr.co Church on
Sundty night, and as usual wit,h Presi
denl.tCronier it was a fine address.
Many improvements are being made
in the interior of the National Bank
building. Mr. H1. S. Meyer, the cham
pion painter, is in charge of the work.
The contract for painting St.
Matthew's Lutheran church, Broad
River, has been awarded to Mr. Harry
T. White, of Newberry.
Rev. Jno. Lake and Prof. S. M. Mar
tin have been elected co-superint.en
dents of the Johnston Institute to suc
coed President Hartzog, who goes to
Oue of the employees of the circus
let a 0pole drop on him and broke his
leg on Saturday. Dr. Gilder- eet the
limb and he was carried off on the
Master White Pant, the little son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fant, ran a large
splinter in the ball of his foot at the
depot Saturday, which had to be cut
out by Dr. Gilder.
The city council has done a good
piece of work in widening college street
nine feet. from the old Gauntt home
stead to Scott's creek, without cost to
the city. Lot the good work go on.
Rev. Dr. Leavell, who has been (e
tained in Newberry on account of the
quarantine, preached a very fine sel'
mon in the Baptist church Sunday
morning. If he does not getaway tis
week he will preach in the Presbyteri
an church next Stnday morning, though
he thinks he will be able to get through
to his work In Houston.
From the many endorsem"eits of the
suggestion of 0. L. Schumpert for
Governor thathas poured into this oflico
in the plast fewv days, It Is cetain that
he is popular in this part of the State.
Schutmport is a good, strong. cleat'
headed man who can be of service to
his State and wvill be called to the
front when the people select men
because of their especial worthiness.
lBucklena's Arnten Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Saolt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Tetter, Cha pped H ands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively enres Pies, or no
pay required. It is guarantsed to give
perfect satisfaction or mronecy re fu ted.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder.
All the Cotton Seed in New
berry County. D)on't sell or
exchange your Cotton Seed
until you see
t&ftf EVANS & WILSON.
I have just received a full line of
Fancy Crackers. such as Ging,er Wafers.
Society WVaf. rs, Vanilla Creamns, and a
full line of Snow Plakes at 15 cents per1
poundi(. J. H. Moona. fat2t,
The best School Shoes for chiildr'en
at A. C. Jones'. t&ftf
T1he Southern RtailIway Comnpanty
will sell round tr'ip t,ickets to Columbia
on the occasion of the 29th annual
State Fair, November 8th to 12t h, at
the following rates:
Tickets on sale Novembeor 6th to
11th, 1limited 1.0 15th, at $2.0() fromt
Newberry and *1.75 from Prosperity.
For same occasion, wit.h tickets on saile
November 10th and lithl, at $1.60 from
Newberry andl $1 .40 from Prosperity.
T.Ihe above rates includeo one admission
c'Oioupo to the F'air'.
For~ occasion A nnuatl C'onferenco A.
M. N. Church at Spartanbutrg, S. (.,
November 17th to 22nd, round trip) t.ick
ets on sale November l15th to 20t,h at
$3.75 from Newberry.
One large Tablet and a pencil for' live
cnts at A. (. Jones' taftf
WE HAVE GOT
Rye and Barlev.
and Wood's Ever~
green Grass Seed for
Robertson & Gilder,
Urn'uists on the Cornter.
Rev. Y. V. A. lisep, of Sumter, was
In the elty yesterday.
Mrs. S. .1. MICaughrin retrned
from Anderson last week.
Mr. Iredell Jones, of Columbia, was
in Newbery yesterday.
Prof. A. J. Bowers roturned yester
day fromt Ilaris Springs.
ion. Goo. S. Mower left yestorday
for Union to attend court.
J udge Y. J. Popu and family have ra
turned from ,the mountains.
Mr.. M. B. Colloid, of Columbia, is
visiting Mrs. S. B. Jones.
Miss Susie Chaffin, of Peonottsvillu,
S. C., is visiting Miss Neviiao Pope.
Mr. Isadoro Mann, of Asheville, N.
C., is visiting Mr. Joseph Mann.
Editor It. J. Fuller, of The Saluda
Advocate, was in tho city last Friday.
1n. S. T. Halluan, D. D., ed't r of
the Lutheran Visitor, was In the city
Nir. Jno, V. Daniels loft on Saturday
for GafTney, S. C., where he will spend
a #tew months.
Prof. J. P. r'ook representing the
University Publishing Company was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. and hirs. W. J. Lake will move
soon to Laurens and resido with their
son, Mr. Thos. 1). Lake.
Mrs. R. D. Wright and children re
turned homo on Saturday from a visit
to relatives in Hollins, Va.
Mr. J. Y. MeFall has returned from
Poukeepsio 1usiness College, and is at
his post with U. J. Purcell & Co.
Iajor and Mrs. L. W. C. Blalock, of
Goldvillo, were in the city the past
week on a visit to relatives and friends.
M issea Fmma and Vinnie May Wil
son leave today for Due West College.
Miss Emma will take a post graduate
Miss m.uphiia McClintock loft yes
terday for Columbia to resume her
duties in the Presbytoriai College for
Mi. J. 1). (opeland, of Bamberg,
stopped in Newberry last week and
spent a few days with his uncle, Mr.
Mr. W. E. Sith camte up from Den
mark and spent Sunday with Mrs.
Smith, who is on a visit to her parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bishop.
Col. George Johnstone returned yes
torday from Union where lie had been
to assist in the prosecution of Dr.
Meadows charged with arsoin.
Misses Neville Pope, Mary Nance
Fair and Helen .jlones will leave on
Friday for Norfolk, Va., to attend the
Norfolk Collego for Young L.dies,
taught by Capt. A. 1'. Pifer.
Misses Bernice and Douschka Mar
tin, Linda Welch, Ethel Boozer, Thyra
Sehumpert, and Gertrude Carwile, of
Newberry, and Mliss Ethel Reid of
Chappells leave today for the College
for Women in Columbia.
the Icovary aved II* iro.
M'lr. (.. (Caiilouette, D)ruggist, Beavers
ville, Ill., saya: "To D)r. King's New
Dilscovery I owe uiy life. WVas taken
with La Grippe and tried all the phiy
siclans for miles about, but of no avalil,
anid wasi given up andl told I could not
live. Having D)r. King's New Dilscov
ery in mty store I sent for a bottle and
began its use and from the first dose be
gani to get, better, anid after using th,ree
bntt les was uip andi~ about again. It Is
worth its weight ini gold. We wont
keep store or house without it." (Get a
free trial at Robertson & Gilder's D)rug
Gingr' Snaps5 3t for 5 cents.
Best Cr'eam Cheese for 1224 cents pcir
p)ounld. J1. H. MooRE. f&t2t
An elegant line of Ladies' Jacket,s
and Capes at A. C. .Jones'. t&ftf
A gold stem-winding double-case
watch, on the road bet,ween Loit.sey's
vria: and .Tailapa, 'Thuriisdaiy, 23;d inst.at.
Satisfaction to finder if returned to this
olieo or to the undlersigned.
21, A. A. GuLLIAM.
"The Confeder'ate Soldier in the
Civil W'ar,"' just publishied, contains
500 pages 12 x It6 inches, and over 1,100
inarge I ait ti Scenes, Portrait,s, Maps,
etc. Th'le greatest and largest War'
110ok ever p)ublishied, and1( the only one
t,hat. does justice to the Confederate
soldier' and( t.he cauLlse he fought for.
Complete in one volume. Agents
wanted everywhere to sell this hoo0k on
ouri new anid easy p)lani. Many of the
lady anid gentleman agents who are at
work ar'e muaking from $100) to $200 per~
month. Veterans, Mons and Daughters
of Veterans, and others interested are
request ed to send for a beaut.iful illus
trated dlescr'iptive eircular (free) and
termis to agents. A(ddresi.,Couirier'
.Jomiinal .10oh P rinting Co., Louisville.
NOT FEELING WELL
Syrutip Sar'saparl'l Ia.
Th'lis prep)aration is a combination
of drugs having alterativo, tonic
stimulant and laxativo notion.
It contains three d'tugs which the
med ical profossion rocoinmend for
sk in d iseasos, Serofulous affctions,
D)yspopsia, Liver Complaints, lIhou.
It is carefully prepared from the
purest drugs anid is sold at '75 centa
a bott-le at
Robes/son &~ Gilder's
I Drug S/Ore.
Royal makes the tood pear.,
whotesome and dolklous.i
ROYAL &AXINQ POWDER 00., NEW YORK.
A very pretty home wedding was
celebrated at the residenco of Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. F. Kil.-ore, Takoia Park, 1).
C., Wednesday at 6 p. in., the contract
ing parties being Mr. Herman P. Deal
ham and Miss Villie May Kilgore.
Rev. J. 0. Knott of Npworth M. E.
Church Sonth >rfOrued thecoremni,
Mr. Edward N\yo was begi, man and
Miss Bonnio W-yer Kilgore, youtngest
sister of the bride, stood as bridesmaid.
Mendelssohn's wedding march was
beautifully rendered by Mr. Pau'
Hallamn. The ushers were Mr. talpi
H1 irlan and Mr. Roy Dayton. Imimea -I
iaely following the ceremony the
happy pair left for Old Point Comfort
on a short wedding tour. The house
was beautifully decorated with golden
rod, laurel and flowers, and the couple
stood under a golden rod bell, the
handiwork of a friend, Mrs. Gulick.
Many friends of the bride and groom
were present, and the present's were
useful and beautiful.-'-Washington
All the latest, novelties in Ladies'
Kid Gloves, Dress Trimmings and
Ribbons. just opened, at
t&ftf A. C. Jones'.
Atlantic Coast Line Notes.
The cities of Norfolk, l'ortsmouth
and BerIcley, Va., have quarantined
against all points infected with yellow
fever and also against Atlanta, Ga.
Through freight from any point inl the
South will not be detained and the
transportation companies have been
directed to use their utmost diligent a
to have smne forwarded at once. No
freight from the infected points in the
South destined for eit,her Norfolk,
Portsmouth or Berkeley will be deliv
cred to consignee until the way-bill has
been examined and coun tersig ned by a
quarantine medical offleer of that dis
Savannah, Ga., has establiNhed quar
antino against Mobile, Ala.. New Or
leans and intermediate points, and no
person will be allowed to enter or pass
through Savannah from any point un
less they hold certificates from mayor,
health otlictr or przicticing physician,
showing place of residence and certify
ing that holder' has not been in any
trritory infected by yellow fever with
in ten days.
The cities of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Montgomery, Ala., and Brunswick,
Ga., have quarantined againstdistricts
infected with yellow fever, and all par
ties purchasing tickets to or through
any of these cities are advised that un
less they are provided with proper
health certificates they will be subject
The above notices have been issued
by 11. M. Emnerson. general passem
ger agent, and TV. M. ECmerson, traffle
manager, of the Atlantic ('oast Line.
The patrons of Zion Academy, Hlayne,
S. C., will hold a ruecting un Saturday,
October 2a: , for' the purpose of elect
ing a teacher for next, term. Salary
$2u to $35 per month, as in the judg
ment of the patrons the fitness of the
ap)plilcant may justify. A ppliCat,ions
should be made t,o the undersigned eor
M r. M. H1. Folk, H ayno, S. C.
Secretary of B3oard.
I temsm Fraomi Maybinlon,
Mi's. M. 0. Renwiek is attending
court at Union this week.
Success to The Herald and News and
all who are connected with it,.
Miss Elmira Oxner' has been on a
visit to the Misses McCarley in t,he
ONews is as scarece as tattling is plenti
fail in this communit.y, therefore we
can't writ.e much this time.
Messrs. Thomas Chandler' and George
Epp)ls, t,wo of Iliet,h E'den's young men.
have been over here visit.ing.
Miss Carrie King, who has been visit
inaz her aunt. Mrs. Carrie Ron wick, r'e
turned to her' home in Spartanburg last
Sonie of ourm good people took in, the
F'iremnen 's Tlournanment, at Newberry on
the 9fth instant andl enjoy''d it very
Last, week was a very dlisagreeable
one indeed. The aut,umnal equinox
was here in full force. "'It was so cold
that a fire was quit,e comfor'tabie and
t,hose good ladies, who couldI afford
them bad to cr'awi in their 'T illmnan
basqueses.' "' T1ho bad weather ke pt
some of the good people aroutnd here
from attending the Sunday School Con
vention at Lebanon, which was cer'tain
ly a great, d isappointmien t., f'or they are
aware of the fact that they missed seine
thing good. They have att,ended such
thI ings in Newherry Counity before and
always are be.netited by t,hemi. 'New
berr'y peole 'arc the people"
Sept. 25. 189)7.
Bo,mthing to, Know.
It, mamy be worth sonmethinig to know
that the v'ery lwat ued Icinle for m oqtor
ing thle tired out imorvoums systern to a
health y vigor is FEetri lilt I emrs. Th'lis
medIcine is purely vegetable, aets by
givingi. tone to thle nerve centre in.5 i the
stoimach, gently stimuu lates5 the Lidver
and Kineys, tad abis thIese orgalns in
th,row inag ofiii puriieis ini thle blond.
Elect ric litlteris inmp)roves thle aippet It(',
aIds digestion, ad Is pronounci(ed b.y
those wiho have i ed it asm t heo very tiesi
blood purifler' and maerye tom,ic. Try it.
Mol t.'r 60e or $1 00 per bottle at
Riobertsion & Gilder's I)rug Store.
September 28, 180.7, b)y R1ev. J1. 1).
Biowles, at Blethlehemj parsonage, Mr.
Frank Lomninick and NI\a's. Mollie SlI1gh
- bot,h of Newberry ('untty.
Sept,ember 21, 1897, by Re v. M. WV.
Rankin, at, the residence of Mr'. Jesse
Sonn, Mr. J. W. McKittrick.and Milss
Etta Motne All of Newhoi'a'y County.|
Who Wil be the Next Postmaster for New
It is reported hero that at the oxpl
ration of the term of Postmaster Da
vidson a colored man will receive the
appointment of postmaster to serve tho
ensuing four years. It will also be ro
imbered that a dispatch was seat to
the Columbia State by its special cor
respondent at Washington, purporting
to be a slate made by Mr. E. A. Web
stor, who is the head of the Republi
can party in this State (at least the
head of that faction of the Republican
party that is recognized by the present
administration), containing a list of :0
postollees in South Carolina that will
be illed by colored men, including It.
P1. W1iliais for the Nowborry post.
Speaking for the business interests
of the town of Newberry, we must pro
testi against the appointmont of a col
orel man to the postmaste-sip, he
cause the placing of a colored ian in
such a position would he very distasteful
to the white people of the community,
and it is obliged to be admitted that
the white peoplu furnish 80 to 90 per
cont. of the business that is carried on
through the postoftiec. Observe the
postoillee at any hour through the day
when it iis open, wo can so white I
dies and children there getting their
mall and having matter registered,
transacting money order business, &c.
Besides, the white peo )o own nearly
all the property an constitute the
weit,th and intellect of the community.
Therefore wo insist that the wishes or
the whito people ought to be considered
in the matter of appointing posctuas
turs in all eties and towns.
A iolored num as postmaster in the
city of New York would not be so bad
us a colored manl as postilaster inl a
stma10l place, because a third-elass post
olico. such as Nowhor-ry, whero the al
lowance for clerk hire is baroly suti
cioti to colipenslte one clerk, and
seine'mtes so low that the postvraster
has e pay the clerks ott of his own
saary (as for instance the allow
ance at this ofile is only $10.00 a
1oint1h), 1 makes it, necessary for the
posttnaster to do his share of the work,
thereby throwing him in close coutaut
with te patrons of tho >Alco and the
public grenterally, 1hu1 will be seen
the wisdlom in selceting the most coml
petent its well ts the most agrecable
man for postmaster.
Senator Haeon of (Corgia in a
signed article published in the New
York IIerald a few days ago, Is the
following to say in reference to the ap
point ment, of colored men to oflice in
"T't appointment, of colored men to
ulfice itn the South will certainly lead
Lo race auttgonismls andestrangements
which would otherwise not exist. Such
1ppointments are of sial I benefit to the
few negroes t,bus appointed, and are of
ver great injury to the imlasses of the
negroes in the ill feeling engendered
between theit and the whites, upoln
whose friendship and good will they
re wholly dependent. The personal
telation between the whites and the
itegroes in tbo South is exceedingly
kind. tHarsh treatnent itild violence
lre the comparatively rtare instances.
"The appointment of negroes to oficeo
necessarily militates against this post
Lion and agaiht this pirposo and on
furags and gives opport,lnity for
violence on the part of the lawless ole
ment, which Is not approved by the
great masses of the wh ite people w110
tre law-alhiding and opposed to violeice.
While unalteiably in the mainte.neo
:f their superiority and of their rule, it
is their desire and purposo to effect th is
throughi peaceful means and not
"If the debts (ue by the Republican
p)atrty to the negro politicitn require
Aceir polltieiLl recognition inl appoint
mxents to ofle, such appotintmtsitt
should be natdo to p)ositions itt commtutt
ntities whose pteole (1o not object to thte
posts of authority and cormnmnd amonr
temt being held by negroes. Sitel'
2ommttunities an)d such people are not
foutnd amottg the whtites of the South
To our subscriberi.
itt the niext few days we will mail
statetments to our subscribers. It is
:sut customu to send out statemtent,s once
LI year. We hope you wvill heedI the re
:iuest this time v nei send us something
an your account, if you cannot pay up.
We nteed Floney. Ourt only channeo is
to get, it from those fotr wvhom we have
worked ant who owe its for that, work.
T1he IIeraid atnd News has visitedI you
reg ularly twice a week thtis yetar and
the expense htas beeun greater to us,
Lthough we h)ave not increased the sub
scri ptiont ptrice of the puaper.
T1hte number otf subscribers hais stead
ily gtowtt and conttines t.o grow.
1Help us to mtake it a better' palpr by
paiyintg whtat yout owe. Let its htave it
by the first of October'. Come attd see
uts whten you come to towni, but do not,
wait to comue to towtn, bt, scnd uts SOm)e
money. We have waiitedI long and pa
iently wvitht a good manty of our sub
scribers. We doe ntt, feel thtat we shtould
watit atty lotnger,
Tif you htavo paid, th is ttotico is ntt
i ended for youi.
WVhy will you buy hi Litternusati ng
Lontle4 when GRouViE'JTAmST1LESS CHImLL
.i'oNi0 is as plIeasantt as Lemoner Syrup.
Your drtugghtit isi authiotized to trefunrd
bhte mtonety int every case whtete it fails
to cute. Ptric, 50i cets.
.I. fully prIepariIed to do atny te
pair' wvork p'omp1tly
Best Buggies and1( Harness for
te montiey aiwatys otn hanid.
The CJompanty makes a specialty
of repaitinmg .Buggies, Wagons,
CJotton (Jints, etc. Also manufac
tures anty style Wagout.
Call and exainelt theo work.
Tniig, Scroll Sawilig, Moilulig,
ate putt up in goo.1 style and at
rnns)Ual rates t. tf
But vomo to see us overy. time. We
cai savo you big monoy on overything
you buy in
This wook we have optenod up 2
ctses of Go. 0. Snow's Shoos. If ySt
want, to sco som beauties and good
vahis, como in nnd see our $1.50, 2.00
and $3.00 lino of Shoes.
A big- drivo in flats-all colors in
stITYandTsoft8. Also In Shirts, Neck
ties, Suspondors, Culi, Collars, &e. In
Dry Goods, Notions,
Hosiery, Ladies', Misses'
and Children's SHOES,
we aro otToiIng sonic -ral va'nes. Como
in and see them% for yoursolf.
In fact, you will find goods sold at
closo on to wholosale pries in our
store it all timos.
IwgCome and s00 us often.
STATEI OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE\WBEl'RIY-1N
By I. W. Hodges, &Iq., ProbiteJoidgo.
W 1EREIAH, Dr. Jamets Melimmsh
[Ihath IitWde vuit t) 1110 to grant
hi Lottero of AdiniNstration of the
Eitate anId eilees of Jno. It. Carwile
Theso are. therefore, to Otto and ad
1nounish 1ll and tltigular the kindred
and creditors oI lh saild .1no. 11. Gir.
wile, deceasaed, t hat I hey be nod ap
Iear before meI(,, Iti thii C,ort of 'ro
>ate, to bo hl( at Newborry (C'lourt
Ilouse, mn the 2nd day of 0ot.., next,
after publicaton hereof, at 11 o'lock
in tho foreiooi, to shiow catse, if any
they lave, why tho Said Administ,ri
tion aloult not I gralite.d.
0iVlelcn th.dr my 111had 11hIs (he IS h
(lay of 19uptembir. Aimo Diiltii 17.
\V. WN. HOD01(11E",
1. 1. N. C.
S *TATE6l _ O L'Il( KibNA,
COUNI'Y 011' NbW"%VCV3WY--IN
P RO ATA' (' C 'U Rt'l.
By WV.\. I (odges, EN( , ProbateJ udgo
Wherenas, Dr. James MVIntoslh 111th
made mult to m to grant himt Letters
of Administration de ionin non -twh
the will anilexed of the estate and
offi-etS (if J 410. S. Cjrw l1e, deceastd:
These are therefore to eito arid ad
monish all arid singular thu kindred
and creditorsor th ie i.aid Jiio. S. Car
wile, (eceased, that they bo and ap.
pe-arI before i, in ti hit Court of Probato,
to be hold at Newherry Court Houso,
on the2nd day of Octotwr next, aifter
VIIoliio hereof, at 11 o'clock in tho
rlr10n!11,to&oW cause, if anly they
have, why the saId Administration
shoild( not h) gratited.
Given undler my hand this the 181.h
day of September, Ano Domini 1897.
W. W. HODURS, J. 1. N. v.
f. J d
- - - FALL ANI
I have jusIt receive td from1)
& Co. somne of thefir latest prod
SIA CHIOCKLETTE, OX B
F"RENO HI CA LF, in bals ai
Iasts3. Zteigler Bros3. ILine of'
Ladies' Misses' and 0]
Fine SHOES for;:
have arrived. These Goods h
anid W~ea. We guarantee ev(
WeT car.ry a great variety<
WIDITIHS, PATTERNS AND)
TIOES A RE PARIS, 1
BOST1O N, COMMON-S]
Weare selling thu best Laldies'
that, is mairde to fit. Hout herni fe.. Call a
OF THE UNI']
Assets . . . .
Reserve Fund 1
(4 per cent. MtudNrd;
and all other
Liabilities . .1
Sur plus, 4 pr cenut..
The Society hals paidl $253),956,351
now holds $2163,773,9)47 of Assets
maikinig a total of $470,730O,298. Tlhi
t han 38 years from its organizantion, i
other compaiiniy haes paid anid accumuitli
of its history. The Equitale writos
Torm, any other forms of policies.
Call and1( 5(o) m1e beforo assuIlrinlg yoi
T1ho IEqutitabilo1 ti abslutoly safo, i
findi it to their interesit to examuino itb
IThe Equitable issues policies on beU
Sa O. A RT H
TO THE TUNE
Hard time howlers howl no more
When they reach 0. Klottnor's store.
Withi prices lower than their "pile,"
A frown is changed into a smile.
IT'S A FACT
Peoplo comoi hro and plank down
old timo prices but aro greatly pleas
od when they hoar the clink of retur
No vondor our competitos
endeavor to compete vith us.
We, however, compete with
none but excel them all by
saving money to every one
that trades With us.
WHEUE ARE A FEV OP
OUR 111 TICKLE.S-f
1.000 boxes blulleing, sift-top, por box, 1C.
1,0 boxes blacking, per ox, Ie.
1,600 lbe. A rm 1-1. Soda (keg) pr lb. 24e.
100 watter buckets (wood) each, Te.
1,500 suspl)ders, por pair, 90.
Note. Ourl windows illustrate the
iiime)so arib tickling bargains that
await all who buy their goods from
The Fair and Square Dolaler.
The price of Wat,ehes has advaned,
3wing to the ttriff; but we aro Demo
Lrats ild business moi, and are going
to sell thOm at the same low figuros
that characterize all our deals with our
1ustomlers. We 'ought in time and
)ur l ino is large and elegant. We
would like to thow you ours before you
biy--our fall lino of
It, will ho a pleasure to us to show
them to you, just to stm you smile. Ask
y-ourv n3iglibov if DANIELS over failed
10 t.reat, hhn11 right, and come to sco us.
Newberry, S. C.
1'. S. - Af you need Glasses or SpCct.L
eles now is your chano. We can lit
Ily eye thmit is not blind.
I WINTER. - - -
the factory of Lilly B3rackett
uets 10ior11 ne's wear in RUS..
LOUD, ( OlUDOVAN, AND)
.1 conIg, onl the latest toes land
illdren's Medium and
P'all and Winter
ad1( the miariket for St,yle, Fit
TIO ES. 'Til E LIST OF N EW
A~NSE, LONDON AND)
NG H EE LS.
d.00 Shoe made. 'b his is the only3 line
mi let us show youm our' stock.
Tlhe Shioe Dealer.
'ED STA TES.
r 1, 1897.
. . $216,773,947
. . .$43,277,179
ceC. . $915.102 070
to its p)olicy. holders, anud mi addition
(of which $13,277,179 is SurphmB),
Srecord covering a period of less
over $212,793,000 muore than any
itedi within the correspond(ing period
aniy form of' policy the aFsured may
snidowmnon t, G uaraniteed Cash Value,
ur lives *lsowhere.
dI ersons wishintg insurance would
plans before taking out a policy
thi male anid female lives.
JR KTRDT.1B, Agent.