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y ie ueday F6ad Fi,tcay
BetL . ''""'-. 1 120.
Beet Molasses, ne'' 'rop 48P.
GoodL ""olsse ..........s '" Sic.
O r .,,.. . .. ....'' " * " 25.35..
M ea ...........
Hay............ .. . - 600.
Whea Bran.......','. ' -..00.
let Pateut Flour........... 0
2nd Best I'lour..''''"-.
Strait F -lour............... !.50.
Good Ordinary Flour.. 4.0 a .'
sugar ...................... 4raj0.
Cots ............ ........ 10 .
f .ton......... ..... 3.50
Bilter, per lb .................... 1@20o.
N EZ, E, per dozen ................12 (ai5c.
C ekete, each..................12j@20 .
Peas, per bushel....... ............00.
Corl, per bushel................ 50.c.
4 Oats, per bushel.............. 35(30c.
Swoet potatoes ..................: c 5 0.
Turkeys, per lb ......... 60C.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 0 70,c.
Newberry Cotton larket.
(Corrected Tueaday and Friday by 0. blcl.
Good Middling.........................5 81,
Strict Middling.......................5 08,
M iddling.......................................r) 5oj
Strict Low Middling.....................56 374
Low Middling.............................. 5181
The protracted meeting at Ne e
Chapel clurch will be opened at Ia.
in. on Friday before the 5th Sun4'ay in
D. TILLR-, astor.
D9lV%ie Building Lote
.30~ikTe in eastern portion of town
on very easy terms. Will exchange
them for farm lands.
tafla . - 0. B. MAYER.
Tihe County Alliance
Of Newberry County will hold its
next quarterly meeting on Thursday,
October 21, 1897.
JNO. C.- WATK.INS,
Sec. 3rd Dist. Alliance.
Anderson, S. C., Sept. 28, 1897.
J. H. bloore has bought 2,000 pounds
of cheese which will be sold at 12ic
per pound. t & f 2t.
The Newberry Guards, Capt. W. S.
Langford, were inspected yesterday
afternoon by Adjutant General Jno.
The company made a good showing
considering the time they have been
drilling. All the uniforms have not yet
\come, but the boys made a very good
4,ipearance. They were passed by
Call on Copeland - Bros. and get a
pair of N. Hess & Bros. fine shoes for
men, every pair warranted. tf.
Big Lot Cotton.
Yesterday looked like old times in
Newberry. There was cotton here
from all parts of the county. Wagons
filled the square and the streets lead
ing to the platform were crowded with
loads of cotton waiting for their turn
to be weighed and it was way in the af
ternoon before the las t ones could get
to the platform.
The only bad feature about the day
was the low price and the small amount
of money made it impossible for the
sellers to pay any debts to amount to
anything. If it were only selling for 7
cents we would all be happy and every
..dy could whthe o~wes and make
evei'Pody' else happy. As it is we
mnust do the beat we can and make what
we get go as far as we can.
A pain in the ehest is nature's warn
ing that pneumonia is threatened.
Dam pen a piece of flannel with Chanm
berlain' Pain Balm and bind over the
seat of pain, and another on the back
.between the shoulders, and prompt re
'lief will follow. Sold by W. E. PeI
A new lot of John 13. Stetson Hate in
hthe latest shapes in stiff and softs at
t tf Copeland Bros.
See our 3 for $1.00 unlaundered white
sehirts. You will say they are worth
aniore. S. J. Wooten.
To Locate tu spartanburg.
Hlon. Thos. 8. Sease, Solicitor 7th
--Circuit, wvill move to Spartanburg in
about two weeks and locate for the
p)ractie of bis profossion. We are
sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. S.
Sbase as oltizens of Newberry, but com
mend them to the good people of
Spartanburg and hope he may achieve
fame and wprth in the prIactice of his
Why'$i1 you bu bitter nauseating
tonic ic whenG ROETASTLESS ('HILL
a J~.TN1o is as pleasant~ as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case whore it fails
to earo. Price, 50 cents,.
One million bushel cotton seed want
.ed. I will make it to your interest to
see me before selling. You may pay
your guano bills with seed.
f3mnos J. J. Lane.
WE E[AVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will. cure any case of
chill or fever.
Rlobertson & Gilder,
Druggists on the (Jorner.
VARIOUS ANDV ALL ABOUT.
Court next Monday.
Mr. W. S. Melten is clerking, for
E. H. Leslie & Co.
There was a big lot of cotton in the
city on Wednesday.
Mrs. J0s. H. Hunter, of Prosperity,
is slending a few days with Mrs. Peter
Col. Geo. John0ne and Jas. Y. 1u
breath, Eaq., atPnded court at Lauren
this week. ./
The tp books will open tomjorrow
and .easurer Boyd will be glad to see
yo before the rush begins.
r. H-. M. Barger has oponed an
riginal package houso in the store
recently occupied by E. Y. Morris.
Miss Bessie Tarrant has returned
from Atlanta and opened her short
hand and typewriter oile (ol Law
The government reports indicate a
falling off in the cotton crop and the
yield, but the price dropped on its ap
pearanco all the same.
Mrs. Ered L. Wolfe, who has been
visiting the family of Rev. J. L. Wil
liamson, yesterday roturned to her
home at Monroe, N. C.
Mr. E. L. Poilgreen has moved to the
new house on Friend Street near the
depot and is having the front of his
store on Main Street worked over.
My'Entzminger and family -111 ar
riA in Newberry Saturday and spend
l few days with Rev. G. A. Wright.
He and Mr. Wright were class mates
in college and especial friends.
In the annual report'of the Southern
Railway Company for the past year it
is shown that they carried during the
year 4,057,327 passengers, and not a
single one was killed or seriously in
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer, at one time
pastor of the Lutheran church in New
berry but now of Savannah, spent a
day in the city this week shaking hands
with his old friends and former par
Gen. Watts was entertained last
night by Capt. Langford and Mayor
Evans, together with a few inyited
guosts. Ie left this morning for Po
maria, whore lie will inspect the Po
Rev. J. L. Williamson will leave to
morrow for Edgefleld where he will on
Sunday instal Rev. G. G. Mayes as pas
tor. In view of his absence there will
be no preaching in the Presbyterian
church on Sunday.
Miss Erckmann met those interested
in the Kindergarten yesterday after
noon according to appointment and ex
plained the methods and purposes of
the work. The school will open next
Tuesday and promises to start off well.
Superintendent of Education F. W.
Higgins has bought a lot from Ion.
Geo. S. Mower near the Fair Grounds
and will build at onceo and move to
town. We are glad to have him become
a citizen of the city.
Wynn's Bargain Store is a bargain
in reality as well as in name and as a
convincing testimony of this lact you
have only to see the ecrowds who do
their trading at this place and to have
further proof you have only to go there
and see for yourself.
Rev. W. E. Entzminger, who has been
in Pernambuco, Brazil, for the last six
years is now in this country and will
conduct services at the First Baptist
church Sunday morning at 11 o'clock
and Sunday evening at 7.30. 'rho pub
lic is cordially invited to attend.
Mr. C. M. B. Epting, wh1o has been
weighing cotton at Newberr'y for nine
years says he never in that time
weighed as much cotton from wagons
in one day as he did yesterday. There
were over 600 bales here yesterday but
not all of it was sold. Tihe priice ranged
from 5i to 6 cents.
One of the prettiest residences ir 'ho
city is that of Mr,... E. Summer oni
East Main street.' It has been rebuilt
by W. 'T. Davis & Co., and the interior
is finished in hard wood and in such
excellent style as only these well known
contractors are competent to (do. The
interior and the exte.rior both make as
pretty and as convenient dIwelling as
there is in the city. We are glad that
so many of our p)eople are building~ and
furnishing nice houses. J1,
LUTUIRSN OsEN O MET HEREE.
State MIssIon,ary lOocieIy Next Mondaiy ad
'I ueNday-IIItereBtIing serVi0els.
ThoIi Lutheran Womn's Missih. ...uy
Society of South Carolina will meet in
the Lutheran chur'ch next M~onday at
3.30 p. m. Welcome addressees to the
delegates will be delivered biy Rev.
Dr. Fox and Miss Lizzie Dominick,
with response by Mrs. Jas. D. Kinard.
At 8 p. m. several papers wvill be
read, and an add ress delivered by R1ev.
L. K. Probst, of Atlanta, Ga.
Two sessions will be held also oni
Tuesday, at 10 a. mu. and 3.30 p. mu., and
a meeting Tuesday night, when ad
dresses will be delivered by Rev. J. Hi.
Wilson, of Ehrhiardt, S. C., and Rev.
Drm. Voigt, of the Seminar*y.
Theli public is invited to all the ses
stone and services.
Solo agency for Hluyler's
famous Candies has br on secured
by us. Hunyler's are the best.
Fresh supply at
PEtrAM's Dnua STonIn.
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and deljci~.
ROYAL BAKING PC NOER CO., NEW YORK.
We give below statement showing I
operations of the Newbe-ry dispensary
for the quarter n(ling September 30th. 'I
It will be seen that, the dispensary is (
still paying expenses atid, a iflee profit I
into the town and coutay treasury de- c
spite the establishment of the original I
package houses. Here ik the state- c
ment of roeeilpt and net profits for en- b
Total due State for Merchandise, LI- f'
conse, Insurance an(1 other Charves, L
end of last(quarter.............. $ 162 00 e
Stock on hand end of last quar
ter (invoice prie)............. 1,154 69 L
Purchases for July, 1st month E
this quarter, (in voice prico).. 2,111 25 y
Purchases for August, 2nd
mont,h this quarter (Invoice
price )................................. 1,952 16 '
Purchases for September, 3d y
1month this quarter (invoice C
price) ........................ ........ 1,403 90
Othe- charges-licensc........... 25 00
. _ C
rotal amount of stock and t<
charges to account for (in
voice price). .................$6,649 00
Shortage allow-id by
State for this quar- v
t..............$ 1 3 p
Breakage charged to
expense accon it this
(Iuarter.................. 3 a
Total sales this quar- r
ter (invoice price)... 6,28 .5 1) h
rotal shortage, break
age and sales for
this quarter............$6,321 17 6,321 17 a
Total stock on hand at tihe end c
of this (iarter (invoice
price)............. .................... 1,358 21
Gross profits Oil satle for this
quarter............................... 1,201 23 G
Expenses for this qu1arter, per L
itemized statement............... 488 82 0
Net profits to 'JowIn and Counl
ty for this quat,r............... 712 41 "
1XPI'NST ACCOUNT, QUARVIER ENDING a
SEiWTE113M1It 30TH, 1897. ii
Dispenser's salary for quarter..$ 199 98
Ulerk's sa l0ry for quarter........ 90 00 C
Lien for quartel r. ........... ...... 41) 50
Drayage for quarter................ 6 05
Stationery and postage for quar
te ..................... ................. 70 h
COUNTY IOAi OF CONTIOT. d
J. A. C. Kibler, days 6, miles 132 $18 60 h
J. J. Mayer, days 6, miles 168..... 20 40 Ih
Jacob Senn, days 6...... ............ 12 00 a
Jacob Senn, opening lituo...... 12 00
13reakage............ .................... 33 97 1
tce ... ........ ................. 10 82 t
Advertisement for Dispenser ]
and Clerk.............................. 1 50
Rent of Safe.....................7 00 ~
License....,.... ................... 25 00
'leaning water- closet.......... 415 0
WVrapping papje................... 85 t
A mount carriedl forward .. .$ 488 82
A pprr "ed:0
J. J1. M A Y u.
J. A. C. KIIn..
For~ the month of Setebe the fig- ni
ures arc as follows: 1
Sailes......,.....................1,801 55 s
Gross protits.....................:1348 86
Expenses ... .................... 16 23.
Net profits...................... 202 63 -l
Tbce net profif.s for the towvn and t,
county tare *202.6i3.V
We notice that in some places, Green-- t
ville Is one we helieve, that the dispen
sary did not make expenses in Septemn- 11
her. It will be secen that, outr disapen- a
sary has done very wvell evetn with five
or six original package houses all int
Croupt Quickty Cured.
Mounmtt,aIn Glen, Ark.--Our chlldreni
were suffering with croump whlenm we re
ceived a bottle of Chmamberlain's Cough I
Remedy. It afforded almrost instant t
relief.--F. A. Thlotnton. Th'lis cele
brated remedy Is for saile by W. E.
The irstt lhow Uuder Eltectric Ligts in
th,e Opera Huso.
On Motmday afternoon and night, net.
October 18th, thme C. W. ir-win Ideal
Canine Exhibitions will be seen in our'
Opemra H ouse in theirt enlarged p)erform
ances, the school of (logs hatving been
increased to nearly fifty, and many now
acts have becen add(ed. ilThis specially
conist.ruceted family3 entertainment sents
to be the '"fad'" of the day, wh ile this
pariticutlar company is well known
amnong ottri people and child(1ren. Th'le
utsuatl special schtool children andl ladies'
Matinee will take place at 3.30 p. mn.,
long after school disrmissals, at which
children will be admllitted for 10 cents
and adults 25 cents to all p)arts of the
hotuse. A fter' the Mat inee ''Snow Bmall,"
the favorite, will hold a reception on
t.he stage, tassisted1 by his canine asso
ciates and the pony, Romeo, to which
the audince will be intviteud.
TIhe prices at night will be 25 and 35
cents, gallery 15 cent,s. 'Scats can be
secured in advance at Eduard Seholtz'
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
LL THE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO- re
OUESSIVR TOWN. i
peolial Corre4pondence Herald and News. R
Prosperity, S. C., Oct. 13--iev. R. no
Holland, D. D., of Charleston, S. C.,
ill address the Luther League of rC
race church on the fourth Su ay f
ight. The Doctor will come up ga t
enod. The publiq is invited to at.
Mr. H. C. Fleming, who has boon b
ere buying cotton for Sanders, Orr &
'o., left Wednesday for Covington, a
ia., to buy the flecoy staple at that bu
oint. He says the market is too high b
)> him here.
Our cotton market has boen crowded
,ith cotton all the week, and prices Pa
avo hold up well notwithstanding 0f
he decline in Liverpool and England. t
rice today 6c.
Three of our young ladies left us si
uuesday, bound for Elizabeth College, H
!harlotto, N. C. Miss Maugorite h
Funter will take a post-graduate gh
ourse. Misses Gertrude Bobb and R
wolla Bowers will enter the college la
lasses. They were joined at V?omaria e
y Miss Ruby Holloway. di
Our cotton market has been rein
>rced by a new cotton buyer for the
nion Cotton Mill. The force of buy. C
iro here now are: Messrs. Betsell, of in,
nion, J. L. and A. G. Wise, Boozer& -
owers, Hawkins Bros., and Mosoloy
ros. These buyers are ready to take
)ur cotton, so come right along.
Mr. Mel. Chalmers was in town
uesday, the first timo since he met
ith his accident. He still goes on
Col. E. 1H. Aull, accompanied by Mr. YC
C. Davis, made a flying visit to our E
Mr. A. H. Washburn, of the Char
tte Machine Co., was in town last
eck in conference with the Mill peo
The work on the well goes on night
id day now and it will be pushed
ght along. Mr. J. T. Wilson, who wl
as been in chargo for the past six va
onths, left last week for Wilmington, an
C., where he has a contract to drIll
well. Mr, McMillan is now in
'large here, with Mr. Swalley as
wcond in command. 0
The board of trustees of Prosperity
raded School have elected Miss Lilly
. Aiken, of Atlanta, Ga., as teacher
I music for the school. She will enter
pon her work next week. She will w
lso have charge of the vocal exercises in
i the school. tl
Jeff., the oldest son of Mr. Adain at
corge, of the Sligh community, went
unting yesterday and after being ab
,nt all day, they began search for
in, and when found he was cold in
eath, with a gun shot wound in the tj
cart. He was the main dependence of
is father, as he is an invalid and not
ble to work. I am not able to get
articulars at this writing. May got
-iet later. It Is a sad loss to his fam
y. When will parents learn to pro
ibit the use of Bire arms to boys? How
iany promising lives have been put
ut by the careless use of shotguns in
ie hands of boys. Let parents take
'arning. Keep guns out of the hands
f your boys, and it may save you a
reat sorrow by and by.
The social held at the Wise Hotel by P
rie Luther League on last Fri day
ight was a very enjoyable affair. The
rmncipal feature of the social was the
ipper given, and the abundance of the 0
3ast was remarked by all and was en- (
>yed by all present. The thanks of 11
tiose present are due to the committee
rho had the matter in charge, and also
Mrs. Wise who so kindly took
harge of it. Such occasions tend to
take us more as we should be, for we
re all more or less selfish, and these at
atherings help one to get out of +he r
hd shell of selfishness end be our
There have been several very sud
en deaths among some of the old pee
lein the Pincy Woods recently. A mong
he numnber we note: Mrs. Rhoda
~aick, who was sick but a couple
aours; amnd A unt Polly Rish, after put
ing on the vegetables for dinner, sud
enly gave out, and falling over, was
ead almost instantly. Both of these
rood women were up in 60.
We note you are to have the "Sing
ni Skule" with you in December. Now
vre've all gone to "sing in skulo," and
know all who have will enjoy it.
The Sunday-school of Grace church
vi)l have their Children's Day exer
lses on next Sunday. A sermon to
he children will be preached by the
>astor, Dr. Hallman, in the morning.
['li missionary exercises will be held
L,t 3.30 p. m. Besides the regular ox
sriss there will be two addressee,
mna by Prof. Hlaynes anid the other by
rnof. W. K. Sligh, of Newberry Col
eo. The public is cordially invited.
[t is expected that Prof. Sligh will
wreach at night.
D)on't forget the communion services
n the A. 1I. P. chureh next Sunday
ilucklen's Arnica Salve.
Jie best Salve in the world for Cuts,
bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rtheumi,
I"ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hanids,
Dilblainse, Corns, and all Akin Erup
Lione, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay3 requIred. It Is guaranteed to give
perf'ect satisfaction or mnoney, refunded&.
Price 25 cents per box. F~or sale by
Itobertson & Gilder.
HULLS AND MEAL
At Newberry Oil Mill. Hula
1'll cents per hundred pounds.
Meal $1.00 per hundred pounds.
Strictly cash. L. W. Floyd,
Robert, the six-year-old son of Mr.
d Mrs. S. P. Crotwoll died at their
sidence on the morning of the 13th
stant. The romaine were interred at
)semont Cemetery yesterday after
on at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. W. H. Eddy, Jr., dietl at her
sidence li this city on the afternoon
Tuesday, the 12th inutant, after at
nose of a few months with consump
)n. She was a good, Christian wo
r-a consistent member of the
ethodist church. She leaves a hus
nd and two little ohildren with ,a
rgo circle of relatives and friends to
Durn their loss. Her remains were
tried at NRostmont Cemetery on
'ednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
The bereaved families have the sym
thy of The Herald and News.
Little Alma Leonora Hlam, daughter
M\lr. and Mrs. D. L. Ham, died at
eir home near Utopia, S. C., July 24,
91. She was a good child, and a eon.
stont member of Now Chapel church.
et illness was short and she informed
)I loved ones that she was ready and
Illing to go if called away. Again
0e said: "I'll be the first one to inet
a-mond," a little brother who died
Bt year. Raymond was about three
are of age, while Alma was about
evo. Jesus said "suffer little chil
ei to come unto Md."
13(o the line of Boys' and Childrens
othing at Copoland Bros. before buy
g. t tf
1(N'T GO - --
B1 t come to soo us every time. We
n Have you big money oil ovorything
u buy in
Tise week we have opened up 2)
seii of Geo. G. Snow's 2oes. Ii you
mi to see some beauties and goor
lulls, como in and see our $1.50, $2.00
id 43.00 line of Shoes.
A big drive in Hate-all colors in
ff :lnd softs. A 10 in Shir-ts, Neck
)s, Suspendors, Cuffs, Collars, &.c. In
ry Goods, Notions,
Hoslory, Ladies', Misses'
and Children's SHOES,
3 are offering some real values. Come
and see them for yourself.
In fact, you will find goods sold at
oso on to wholosale prices in oir
Dre at all times.
IWCone and see us oftep.
Iii fully prepared to do any re
air work promp)tly
Best Buggies and Harness for
e money always on h,. A.
The Company makes a specialty
lrepairing l3uggios, Wagons,
otton Giris, etc. Also mianufac
ires any style Wagon.
Call and examine the work.
re put up in good style and at
saslonable rates. t. tf.
-lome Office, Newark,
\ssets July 1, 1887,
All Policies Con tain the
[>romiseo to) Pay Olaims. IM]
Also Provido for CASH VA I
'Much in Little
Is especially trito of 0food's 'Ills, for no inedlI.
eine ever contained so great curative power In
so small 8pac. They aro a whole mediolue
chest, always ready, ni
Ways eflicient, always sat
Isfactory; prevent a coltd
or fever, cure all liver 111,,
sick headache, JauniEce, consiptlion, etc. 250.
The only Pills to take wiith) loi'nls "larsapiarilla.
Cotton .. . .
If you Woro gottitng seven o
eight uent.s for your cotton It would
not iitko so imtch difreence where
you (11.1 your tradinlg, as You could
thon afford to pay high prices
without, feeling it, but att the pwes
ont low prices, It is Vory iliportItlit
that you find the right. plte.
I holievc I have advantages that
are not on g)yed by any other nr
ehant In Newherry. My store is
really a diit-ributing lpoint for one
of the largest wholosale holses inl
thIN Count y, atid ts I (o not dte
peld Onl Rniy storo for Imly living e.-|
penses, :ila li proilt. sitislies mle.
I am wiInIIiu for. ainy vomillunity
in this cointy to appolint, at cominiit
teo to investigate the li(les at
which reliable goods are sold, and
I am .tt0Istled tlit. they would tind
that ily good i are builght, a i little
closer anild sold closer5 than any
house n the State, for Ihe saimie
class o goods.
So if you really want to buy goods
that, are sl,riutly rel iale att ielo'c oil
to wholesale prices, you will coniv
to my storc. We keop Dross (Goods,
Silks, Volvets, Staple Dry Cood-4,
Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery, Co-sut.s,
Ribbons, suiable for everyhody,
and tle .,ame1 treatient is av
corded to all.
If youi imake alny puihase that
you atro not slat.;fied wit h the good
will be taken back ai inev,%* ro
ftinded. Comne tIld sve us oftnIi.
A; C. JONES,
Newberry, S. C., Oct. I, ISi'.
TO START TIIIS Sl-'AS0N, \'
Al1U. OFFEAUNC '8(..\1l
VERY LOW PRWG!H
1 ease 4-4 Bleaching. at
I ese Outing, at. 5e.
I ease Indigo Blue i'rintA, ic.
I ultso Oil Red 'rints. .
I easC 10-4 hIlankets, 50.
2 hales 4-4 Sheeting, 5c.
2 bales 2--in. Plaids, .5.
10 pc. 8-oz. Jeans, wool tillhIing, 15.'Iv
20 pc.3t6-in.1enriotta, wool filling,20e.
20 pc.'4-in. "' " :'5c.
In our stock of 1h1vik Dress Goods we
have a complete lino in fancy and plain
from 20c to $1.50 per yard. I n ur (ol
ored Dress ;oods our st.ock was never
better in this line: Yon will find styl e
and prtices to suit. In our Silk Stuckt
you wvill liad all the new thinlg t hat,
alto out ini tancy Strti pe, I 'Iaids1 aind
F"igured . Al so fancy V'el vets in all
shades. We w-ant, you lo see our linte
of Damask, Napkins and D)oylies-51-iin.
Red Damaskc at :'5. fh-atlhing at all
pices. In Naipk ins wei (enn gi vc you a
gootd onie ftc 50le lper doz.
Uutndlerwear and Illankets, pie toi
sit all. 1 lout
weare sho ving the best, line of Sat ios
cyor shiowr . Our newu shades and fani
cy Hats are worth youi at.tetion. in
Ribbons wVi enni show y'ou all oif the
new shade * and1( coloring. (Come andt
see wvhat wi have new ini fanicy Veilinug.
IWWe(are sure we canii lease5 you itf
you will gi e us a look.
Davomport & Renwick.
- OF AMERICA.
N. J. JON/
INCONTESTABLE and NON
d1ED)IA TE~iLY uiponl Receipt of
,UJES, LOANS, PAl 1ID U and
At Nashville, Tenn.
May Ist to Oct. 31st.
The Buildings of the Tennessoe Centennial,
n numbers and architectural beauty, sur
pass Atlanta's and nearly equal Chicappo's.
The exhibits are all ready, and are inter
esting and instructive. The live stock
display excels any exhibition of the kind
ever made. The Midway is great.
The Western & Atlantic Railroad,
and the Nashville, Chattanoogo & St.
Louis Railway run solid vestibule
trains with Pullman's finest sleeping
cars, from Atlanta to Nashville.
For Sleeping Car Berths, or any
information about rates, Hotel or
Hoarding House accommodations in
Nnshville, call upon or write to
C. [. HMRMAN,
6eneral Pass. Agent,
Special Notice:,,".hi g
lan staying at homar
Fi1ed to the
And Prescriptions filled on
Watchmaker and Opticiani
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTIOII.
give noie 4I) . ut, tht 1le lfmrtneral:lip
hert4oore e.xitingj betwee44 *n te at,
1') i. 111) . (4.. und r t hi.tt (ih-m4) 2 nam o
M). Ilp 'n.. is thlirI<ht dlved >y Iua
4d\4t1patie4s111 indebted to aa t1lhe aid
wille hakexleayInt'to )Ia. ippa o
a t.st, th frm wilprse t,'h m
statigtowhen i , to 10lr.', (Vt l i)p. )
glrL'La)tto, inl~ reiingfomt.im
paR Y E Nrtof re sd ndt.
al.o h e tend 1896l . ip
Income 197 1896 ,