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UO'Tr(ON fitlOWNUs' CONVXNTION,
it will be remombored tbat Nowber
ry Coiuty Alliance at Its regular mect
Ing list woli passod a resolution look
ing to a convonltion of tho cotton grow
ers of the Sout horn Statos. Thc!r plan
was to subinit, tho proposition to the
various sub-alliances and take defluito
ttionl at thelr noxt rogu laro 0n1 veition.
'i'ho matter, howover, has taken dil
titl sapo amid a meting has boon
1alled by J. C. Wilbor-n, prosident of
the Slato Alliano. 'l'ho call was pub
liihel in the dally papord yesterday
lkimd is reproIued here. ThVe'e is very
little tlime in wilhli to got notice to the
far'llro lin all ti0 countios, but nlow Is
thie tie to mAt.
The famiior3 of Onah county, It will he
8e0, are itjestlott to meet iext Mon
iny at I the count.y seat and elect oneu or
41utre delegatos to a m1eetiig to bo hold
in 11tlumhia on vdnedtay night of
Pairl wevk. \VO1 hop thor0 will le a
full mitetiig at. Newberry on -oIday.
The objeet. is a good one aid the faN
-es Will lm1V to 1ue00t 0olntion by
mininng.'They will havu to tako
ciie of t lieuselves or they will soon be
slaves ati tuuants for the combined
weal,lt1i of the country.
The following Is the call in full and
we hope there will be a big meeting,
tld tlit pootd alti sensible and consur
vitive telegates will ho sent to t Coluim
As priltient of thu l'arru1's' State
Alliance orgnl.ation of this StatO, I
hav limeen requestedl by utubors of the
represenitaut ive~ itutub of the or ranl
zation to ti, .ho initiativo In calluig a
litactIlig of t h fulniot's of th.) Southern
States, with a view of suggesting sotuo
at ion ii the (Ut.lure, looking tr 010 rog
ta1ttionl of the aereago of eton, also to
tjiSttuSS the plains and mtbod of Iu
keting the cotton r u so G,lt t-he pro
duces ot t.his great stApl0 shall recoivo
t he iTal V1alue of tho crop, and not bo
forcet to sacrillco the crop by unfair
ctnhinamtins, togoter i with the imlanip
uilations of the gamliblitig cotton ex
clikinges it the country, aided by the
ujtjtist atetituultion of all the 1tuo,01Y of
lit counitr-y at one center at the p iei
il t1.nm of the ye'aL' whet our cotton is
goin~ into inairket. With these objects
in view I desire to request the cottou
grower's of the valious coutities in this
Stat to Imeet on saleday in November
atld ti elect olle t' 1 1110v diulogateli to
'e 11'eset.lt Lhi at, a mheetill to b0 hel0d
inl the city of ('olumbia oln \V kinesday
Inight. of Fair week for tho purposo of
iisem'Asing the mat,tors tioutlonted
atiive. .1. (C. \ivt.aoRN,
S'ivsidFt l'arukOr's Alliative of S. C.
A UAN' WMUS 10 A LUT VVF.
\Yhoi a ltreit pa.Vs sixty conts for
P"ryu's L'ritnary tihog raphy ho may be
assured that his ChItIld will leai'n bolue
Ihing alllough very little about, goog
mIraphy. The child will tiud out hiat
"water ruins down hil." The child
will also flld OUt, something about
twh:g soaup bubbies, how the spider
spomIs its web aid about popping pop
corn iind other juvoillo sports anid re
evrentions. Thoro is also something in
the book about, every little girl laving
a set of dolls.
There Is not,hing abou the relative
plosit,ions of various States and as the
boo)4k is diesi gned for a course of three
Syears a clild inuty st,udy it thorougbly
be well' mi know nothin g or his o wn State
and to wegdt other parts of the
and we should not ew are not used in
find that, instead of threat( this coui itrande
in November, it irosolved to ae of theo bogl&e
velopments for at )oast anothinWj(~ odok of
It can hardly lie forced into war di- Taylor.
- 'oetly against its will, and it has al- camtohr
ways hitherto retained futll control of wveek beft
foreign affairs. The Americani poo- eity lhe
pIe 1s one of the most patriotic in with Dr.
the world, but It is one thing to fight mnaining
for an acquisition and another to ro- fow daym
pe1 an at%aok upon their own count ry wiorse an
or a menaco to their own intoi'ests." Trenton
So far as our resources and arma- of this
ment are concernedi the Economiat to Colun
puts the case with reasonable fair- hiibition
ness, but when it comes to beating not do
the bush for Spanish alliea it is too that lie is
sucoessful by half. Doubtless the -------
German Emperor (1oes dislike the
United States; there hanvo not boon
wanting ovidencos of his ill will. If
he was willing to interfere with En
glish projects in Afrion he might bo
guilty of the bad policy of assisting
Spain but for two things. The first
republican feeling in Germany.
Though all parties are hopelessly di
vided in his domninions, yet there has
boon a miarvollous increaso in the
Soci'alist vote. That party cast two
million ballots at the last general
election; it is predicted it will cast,"i,
threde million at the next. This groat it becas
body of electors strongly arrayed .gin. bee.
against the Kaiser would meet its op. t .
portunity in a war with Amoerica oaen
The Emperor would find a mighty Discovery
. . . . . . doe met:
foe in his rear in spito of his iron normal f
rule and the great respect of G.er- ,o".n
mans for the monarchy. crte the
And what would the great Repub- keen, lthe~
Hie on the border do? For twenty- Ic .jr
five years France has schemed and ,"Ut
plotted and drilled splendid armies to "
avenged Motz and Sodan. For a **0
generation she hias been ready for any i tne :<
*lliance that would restore her the I Cer'
two provinces raped in 1871. Te o l o
this object she has bent all her ener- Plae's
gies and devoted all her diplomacy. a b4
Thbis was why Paris went mad with cr t
j oy a few weeks ago when, at the I obstinate
oiliolal banquent in St. Pertersburg,eute
The Sportanhurg i1orald to pr-otty
strotig aft r Oun. Norton to rosiit a
Comptroller Gotioral aineo ho has bootn
olooted to Congres. Wo think It would
bo tho docent thing for hir. Nort,on to
resign. Wo Uippoo there ar ot,b0r
met In the State who Uonild fill the
offlco of Comptiollorunral. At ltist
thoro are planty who would ho willing
to givo it a trial. Ther are too many
mon wanting 01CO for on1e 11111A 1to hld
so tencionsly to two good p1aylng jobs.
flosides that, the Constittition lorbids
Otto ma4n holding two ollitlo of trust, or
of prolit. Now, if Mr. Norton wmi'd got
tnothor ofitio thon I-c mtight ov:1do tho
Conat,itttionii iiulotion by holding
throo ollies atd not two,
We holieve that Mr. Norton should
now mtako rootu for so- otte of tho
mtanly spirtItats who wanit Is old job.
We 11dluersttid thitat t young m1en
who w,ont to l'rospotil.y to post, hils
aid work up thie ettalmttut at. tio
opera houso tonight wrtoto a iotivo aid
postod it In a conopitmnons plao t.tt1,
wa Insulting to tho good peoplo o'
l'rodpority. If it woro umnt, aI ful it.
is a very pool' anid silly knil of sport..
in tty ovtit, we rugrot it, otl aecount
f the young mlen, fotr it Io Iot, valot
lated to raiu them inI tite estilntiott of
11th pooplo of 'rodpority, nor will it
holp to draw a crowd from thatt, towi to
)r. 'attotn, a 11tutur of the louso
froin tchiild, says I will bring up
his odist,rieting bill it the nwxt destiou
Lit the .0giHlatu1re, and will pWess it (or
passage, and ItO belieVes tht ou se0
will past it. Soto 0Iango slould be
L1tado in i thO presntt slthoo strinig dis
riots. ''here is ito lolger any reason
Lit ocasion of having ou voutity out
ty Unto two or throu Congressional dis
kiotd, nor of havitg a dlistriot oxtend
frot Fairtiold to trecutvilla. We oIpo
Mr. 'attonl's bill or SOtuto otier bill
will be passed.
ie avo glad to learn frot tho Ad
ver-tiser that tho steel bridge aeIross
aluda will be built at or tieart KemIlp
dolt's fort-y. The britigo is needed and
tie plaeo soleeted Is said to be tho best
onI the Vi1or and is teat-ly Vqui-distat
from Nowberry atd i-osperity. beitng
slightly uoarer th latter plae. Our
Saluda ftiottds when they cross ea
take thoir choice of markets.
A utumber of the daily antd weel.-y
papor-s of the State have receiVed the
atnounicoement of our new agricultial
paper with favor and have given notice
of it. To theSO we deire to return o0r
thanks. WO ie not, see whV tn.v papers
should decline to publish a notoce as %e
rtquested, for it does not come in com
petition with auy paper now pIbished
lu thlI State.
A few weeks ago the editor was takeu
%ltb a very ,evere cold tbat caused
biW to be i0 a nio. wiserable condi
tion. It was undoubtvdiy a bad ase
of Ia grippe and recogniziUl( it as dan
gerous he took immediate sIeps to bring
about a speedy cure. From the adver
tisementt of ('itamberin' s ('ough
ltemedy aned the many good recomt
mtentulatiotns included therelit, we cotn
oluded to make a fIrst trial of the mewdi
olne. To say that, It was satist'aetory
in its reunite, Is puttIng it very mildly,
Indeed. it acted like tnagic and the
eult was a speedy tatd permttin~it
mure. We have not liestno' I)~. e
uOdlif4hitedenit Blab- thus, tL.
tho asylum, and Dr. Bi. W. his olosi
Senator Tillman, when hto gavo hi'
o, was a very sick mnt. A p)ublicati
>ro his seccond return to the thait hi.
had come over to consult it is 001
Babcock, but instoad of ro- gratified.
wvent back to Trenton. A manifagici
I after his return he became logg, ciI
i D)r. Babcock , ont over to night e
to sue him. On the advice assistant
hysician, the Senator cam night ci
bia onoo more. The pro. .11 Cht
of his doctors that ho must itorial a
mny wvork for a month show. u
still far from well. Mr. I
There i. a poplar msise.
ception to the, ee tha of cerm
corpulet1pebople ate healthy New W o
agoef of ses this 6s a ie mitted
10 e0er00 hetn I11. anywore
niaje a mch ofhi
and semnetitee i
moere than tki. assorted
people. hi1ke thin
e le ens.$350,00(
and4 er er making
by lad twotee oca
and torpL*yof In 1848,
Ther. I. a sure iterrup
anda seey ef* through
eceriptiont. It is first me
this msedla. ha.e ileid take tweeni t
of its weuld-wide rep,sen so a Ther
'er aid ?eek-bwler. iy in
tano it has oeoetabll sePuta- tion yost
didi apthe Ieok ad stregh
saa pd ta twill make Dn'
people saere eor utest. Th!e inani
tepti... The " iuden Media anf
" blOe 4 heahlthy she bat to kntow
raise the weih above a atral
gare. Unik eod liver en # were.
sesoft, Babby Book. It baLlde
thy Book but teare down and en. Convors.
weak, half-dead tisoueo that eO3' th
iulemoy. It mahee the atppetite onte0
dJotion perket, the liver active *'[ he
ur adtenerves steady, I
blod and aadisease.. A. Dana ai
aler wf1lot oeraw wotlesosib
the sae ofeasra proIt. like to
taae. i rin
Dr. Plesne's (adahia4 )~ e 'r. t
ts ta iSo as o4mo*k t et makei
w 'rai a*n,"* "j; the sole
r, exoQh taseratioas aoelve..theo
always. Or1i - never. Dootorth co
Poieant al roootpation would 1
une145.M- I eMtt is the cause not knc
.and two a ad2toatha.ro, In them r<
Cas"feO UO te death,
Ia0hisU 01Iap0laild Unsin Acasdomy Chips
vo uiro glad to noto that, Mrs. W. M.
HObb 10 -.OIl&dOl'Ilbly lki lrOVOd.
Nird. .1. K. 'Iyppa li cotfinoll to h1r
room) with fovur.
If thllu peoplo k0up oil goling to mill
as thely havu ltar-cod, Ilioy will loonl Ill
olt Lih flotir -.rnt.
Pirom thlt appoarancwo of tho wouther
t, t,hid Writiig at %let, spil)(1 Will tloonI '40t
Mr. H. .1. K111d111 reprowlntled 1111h111
man11 Chaplel congrogat,tiolita tho S. ( ,.
Synlod, whielh voniviltid at, Mlaoodolila
W hait (it youl knlow? iH it vory vronlionl
thinlg f,,I' popIeUl)( to Ihk o11011 OI'ow 11OW
adalityli. Wel wiat do youl kiow? W
aill knlow thatt, vol tonl IN "' anid 114 volntl
1111 1piond, 11111u, It dlooH 111 good to pn1110
ovor M.his lilly lonigmr. Illit wihi t, (11t
1do youl knlow? Wit kilow thait, peoplo
atru going to cat.., It dio't mako
an3y ditlkilco If vottoll voinles down to
one volit putr polunld, anld Wo futilor
know Ilha. W. W. lttulniitt oponled
1p a ih lWl-s ititi-il-a t InI thlt) back
3-nl of his ore, whero wo will astloluro
youl that, yolk will go"t-I.h host, valtio for
yo31' Illonloy. 1Ivur3-thilig in clean awll'[
dovent. 'Tho cookcing Is miundr till
pot-visionl of AIrs. Fulmler, wilohl is
ak gi. ranuteo t.hat th1mcooking l8lntapplo
ordler. lit) eatu ti tho linIII1I food that
ho givou his cuistoilork.
1x-Suptirvisor W. A. Ifill was Iin otir
1min.111tity ast id . llt t 1t, b'ought
the said DOWt; to MrV. atld MrS. J1. K.
IVypp of tho d11thil of Mr. anid Ml. iolh
tird M\iatinl's little 4ovenl-year-ol% Aon.
We ire pained to lnil of thei '.a he
Ra411uent. Theyheoudoet n
path ie's We hav%\.l tasted of tho s1111e
bitter viup, and wo know how Sad It is
to hav oulr loving littlo lnos suatulhed
fonl 31s m) sudlenly. 1.ut wo 1111ut bow
inl humiblo Suibiulissionk to tOo will of ur
k ind hkeavently P'athor, who doothl aill
thiligs right. Christ said sitfor. thoso
littlo oies to vot1 to u , ad1113 forlbi
them'11 110t. SO dt'a' lhea't brokn pa
Vk'llt-t pu.3t you' tU1s4t, ill It11u, for 11O
alonle can vollufort you1 Lroublod soills.
14 lift rVth liViig t.ho11 tlll tu% IftVI'
Whe little Oneos wo loVed haVo gonio
Wihe4 tii' VOicO IS huSd110nd thil'
eyvzi arve elosed,
Is 'ife wor1h livinig after. aill?
The short prico of vottonl has parta
ly /.d the buiniless calpaity of tho whole
counitry v. E\very thing Seenms to bo on a
drag. You maY go ill the towns ol ill
the counilt: 3. alutiost every fac1 that
you Iteet Seemtis to ho CIeLoudd with aL
"hadow of glou. It is t1u good peo
p1le thAt eve'Vthilng iooks dark and
dreary, but if we we want to muako lifo
worth 'iilg We InUst1not, allow r0
I1iudsi to be tive. taxed and weighed
dowl Wit thlil.11i WO ?11,1't help. }PlOWS
Ur 1and1"i hapilnes is t- wholo desir of
life aier all. Wit ion't suppose that
hel.r is a singl. so'l who doest,st,vive
!ohi. end. Now 111Y deal. readers let,
meO U you 01 best pthln to 1equiu
eahapnn))MeSSan1Id p1!lasureVOu mustIIk,SLtI'y
andl 11 0mt to make othortil hap
py. Mr. .d itor, while wo are-0 ut pon this
1)j.sujet our1 tr.ind is dr1'awn hack to one0
. O t1 our edtoriaIs, which a31ppeared.'1 inl
your3.. issu1e of t he 19 th inst, under101 tho head
lines: Len3'3d a handIl. 1 mu(st, say this
(was3 one of13 the soundet,and3. full of t,rut,th,
good3( sen1se. and3. adviceV (03,hat I o.ver'3 sa3w
fall fr'ouu your13 penI. It speaIkS what, I
like to saty so mne3.h better,1 than l IcouIld
Ipres it m1 uyself, I hIope you1 will par11
ri prL11e for1 borriowinig a1 3ent.1nce 01'
-turo~' seem1s to be to kick
son should susao who 11s down,i
IainI that 13is wish alrea0(dy willing
Mr. Lord will roma,. r10t nieed
; editor; Daniel Fisk Kel- 'j.taken~
y editor; M[r. Van Anda, the 'a'
er is b
itor; Georg;e Barry Mallon, fort si
city editor; S. (.. Clark,
ty editor, arLd Messrs Miteh-Me
rch and HateltIne, chief ed'
riterrs. Fn Timsosa
)ana ha what was unfques-drad
the most valuablo collection boding
ics and objectsi d' art in the experu<
r'ld, and it wasn genorally ad- Its use
hat it had but one superior of both
It was on's of the pasin a foun
it, ii b .a pasosconfine
fe, nd ad osthim, so h10 Childb:
a fowv years ago, betwoon so ma'
and $400,000. He began persual
thsextensive collootion on
ion of his first visit to Paris,IVU
and pursued his hobby uin
eodly thereafter. It was *
this love of eramics that hi o n wi
William M. LafTan and Ireni thu
a strong bond of union be- tles of
be editor and the publisher. blessihg
was considlerab3le specula- JIan
orday in art circles as to Mr.
probable disposition of this of Ireg
lInt colleetion. No one seemed a ae
oxactly what his intentions *
beoral years ago he had a
tion with an intimate friend 2I
ye often thought," said Mr. >
that time, "that I would
bequenth my art treasures to 01a7
titut ion of art; and should I AM .
to do so I think I would yo s
es New York Muneum of Art alt
'bnefilciary in order to keep E t
Letion intact. Whether I lIa~ I
>equeath thorn outright I do 100 8
w, but I think that, should 2
1 survive me, I would have $g
vert to an institution at her 51 0
ws she taken groat pride in a ro'
TO THE 'TUNE
Iriid htimoowlOrs howl no more -
Whoti they roach 0. Klottuor's storo.
With.1ico1s low.r than their "Ifflo,''
A frown Is changed Into a smu le.
IT'S A FACT
Pooplo conoui hro mi plank down
old ti mo pricos but are greatly pleas.
od when they bar the clink of retur
No wondor oui competitor-s
endeavor to coml)oto- with us.
Wo, howevol, compt with
nono but excel thorn all by
saving money to every one
that trades with us.
IIHI AI(M A F'nw OP'
OUiR Itlli T11110Sf,mis.
1,0() hoX0s bluoing, lift-top, por box, Ie.
I,000 boxes blacking, por box, IC.
1,600 l b. Arm H. Sod a (ke:; per lb. 2c.
300 water buckets (wood) each,- 7(.
1,500 susponders, por pallr, 90.
Noto. Ouir windows illustrate the
immense arib tickling bargains that.
await all wi*o buy their goods from
The 4air and Squ eualro.
IF YOU WANT
Call on us boforo buying.
We now have the prettiest
carload of' Buggies and Sm
ries that we have ever had.
We expect a carload of'
"Old llickory" aons
next week. There is no
Wagon on our maiket better,
and 0111' prices are as low as
can be made fr' the same
grade of Work.
Ed. R. HIPP.
TO STAR'L.' THIS SKCASON, WE
ARIE O1"ll.tING SOMIC
VERY LOW PRICES!
I case 41-4 u3leaching, at Sc.
I ease Outing, at Se.
1 caso iudigo nlue Prints, 5c.
I case Oi el 1 ed Prnts, 50.
I case 10-4 Blankets, 50c.
2 ba'es 4-4 Sheeting, 5c.
2 bale.s 27-ln. Plaids, 50.
10 pe. 8-oz. Jeans, wool tiilling, 15..
20) pc.36-in. Hetnrietta, wool till ing,20c.
21) pe.44-in. *' '' '' 5
in our stock of ulack Dress Goods we
have a complete line in fancy and plain
fr*om 20e to $1.54)01o yard. In our Col
ored D.ress Goods our stock was ne ver
better' in this line; you willl fInd style
and prices to suit. 'In our Silk Stock
you will lind all the new things that
are out in Fancy Stripe, Plaids and
?igutred. Also fancy Velvet'j in all
shades. \ve want you to see our line
of D)amask, Napkins and D.oylies-56-in.
Red D)amnask at 25c. Bleaching at all
prices. In Napkins we can give you a
good 0one for 50c per do'z.
You must see our line of Llannels,
Uunderwear and Blankets, prices to
suit atll. In our1
MILLINERY DE PAR TM ENT
we are showing the best line of Sailors
ever' shown. Our now shades and fan
cy Hats arn wvorth your at,tention. Tn
Ribbons wo can show you all of the
'tew shades and coloring. Come and
Y"" what, we have new in fancy Veiling.
ml silWe atre sure we can pilease you if
LU' addAHJ givo us,a look.
sBUeeo-c * our's trnl,
'nort & Renwick.
- $3.00 SHOE$
r'eceived1. Th11is is the I
Shoe0 made0 for $3.00,
arry them in all styles C
also carry this make illn
grade in calf and vici
alf--lined. 'Call for the ^r"'" ~i
JA MIESON SilO0ES, co;cgtt
you will get the best 0.0'"X2
10en you neeod anthin If .M.
>S1OE LINE, 1
A few of our inlimate fi'ioads
know of our advantages; that
wo are eonneoted with Hood,
Foulkrod & Co., of Philaidol
phia, the largest Importers
anild WhoJ1salo Dry Goods
pooplo that sell the mor
(hantil of this iountry; that
Jul Wanamaker, who has
the largest lotail Dry Goods
Mtores in Phliladolphia a"d
Now York, is' spooial part
noer of flooJ, Foulkrod & Co.,
and thatf all the advantages
in buying and getting Goods,
inl a largo way are enjoyed by
us through them, adthat
from the day we oponed our
storo, we have kept faith with
tho.poople, by selling goods
it just ONI--HALF the roit
ehargod by our COM EI1Mrons,
anild in view of the fact that
on- firmnors are being forced
in may instances to soll
their cottoii at 5J cents whonl
they oxpeotod to got 7 and 7A
couts, we have decided to fur.
nii h them goods at our storo
onl a basis of TEN PER
UE NT PROFITS, from iiow
until January 1st.
From Philadelphia on Wod.
.Aoday, and whilo thoro re
nwe( my contract with Hood,
Foulkrod & Co., for throo
yours, and I propose to use
my store at Newborry to
give the peoplo
Dress Goods and
at a lower prico than they
have over bought. I will be
satislied with a profit just a
little above the cost of Clerk
hire and store rent, and we
give FAIR NOTICE now to
our COMPETITORS that
this wil bo the policy of our
store for the next throo years,
and wo have got SEVERAL
MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
of money backing us to enable
us to do what wo say. So,
unless you want to throw
away your money, you will
see the advantago you will
gain by buying your
Our Rlonx !
1 have oponed1 an annex to
our store in thme old Billiard
L,. oomm, where we keep Heavy
oula Jeans, Cassinmos, Shoes,
h -ons Pants, [Hats, &c., to
6 8'ndl heWholosale trade
the k?ein they buy by
OA([ bled to loo.
war d with os.
suffering or gloomy fore- L
u, to the hour when she iy e
nices the joy of Mtherheed. trial;p'
insures safety to the lives
Mother and Child, and she will tel
di stronger after than before beauttifi
ment-In short, it "makes *,ad y,)
rth natural and easy,"- as ,
sy have said. D o n't be ~_
led to use anything but
rite euffeted more in ten min- 1 y
hi either of her other two obil, U I
n she did altogether with hez
ving previously used four bot.
to any one expeotlag to~ be
MOTHBR ," says. a eustomner.
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ble fafotaUato fer all 1*4*, fr~T
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GLANCE AT THESE PRI
Then come in and see tho Goods for you
self. These are a few out of maiy'Low Pricesi
A complete line Jeans Pants, well made, '50C. to $1 00
Mon's Suits, good value, $8 00
Mon's All-wool Cheviot, Worsted and Cassimero Sits..0. .. . $5 04
Mon's Fine All.:wool Clay Worstod Suits, . .$7 50
The largest and imast. winplote line of Suits ever seen, at . . . $10, 00
Good line Boys' Knee uits 81i6, . . . . . . . . . 75. to $1 00
Big line Women's ButtbA%jnd Laco Shoes, 76.0..... .. 750
Men's High-cut Brogans, bi4argain . . . . . . ... $1 00
innense line Men's Dress S jh, solid leather, . . . $1.25 and $1 -50
Nobbiost line Mon's Shoes i'nl allstyles, Black and Tan, over $8 00
shown In Newborry, every 'ir guarar' fed,
Mon's Nobby Tourist Hats, good tw.,,. . . . . . . 75c. and .$1 00
Men's and Boys' White Unlaundered, K . . ....... . 20a
Tho Best Linen Biosoni White Shirt over sold o . . 87jo
Mon's Half-wool UndorshirL,... ........ 45o
Men's Medium Weight Ribbed Undershirts, ....... . 1. o
Mon's Heavy Cotton Undershirts . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 %
Men's Colored Shirts, good quality, . . . -25c
Big Line Men's and Boy's Caps, . ......... 25o
Good Strong Umbrollas, .bo.. ... . . . . . 50.
We only ask you to give us a look, and if you are not satisfled that we
have the CHEAPEST and BEST line of CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS
and FURNISHING GOODS in the city, we do not ask you to buy from us.
We Have Everything that We Advertise !
CALL AND SEE US.
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY.
I am showing as pretty line of Dress Fab
rics as can be found anywhere. Not only are
we exhibiting attractive and desirable Pat
terns, but we are selling at
- - - LOWER PRICES- - -
than similar things are sold elsewhere; we
want a share of your business.
We have a few patterns from
last season that we are closing
out at half price.
Yours for business,
S. wT. WOOTEN,
t&f. Iy. NEWBERRY, 6. C.
54-in. Ladies' Cloth, 50 and 75c. 40-in. Dress Flannels, 30 and 50c.
30--n. Dr ess Flannels, 25e. 36-in. Navy Blue Seve, 25o.
Silk and Wool Mixtures, 50( and 7i5c. Fancy Silks, 25c. 50c, 75c. $1.00.
Soutacho Braid in all colors. Gimp and Dress Sets. Capes of
all description-----Plain Cloth Capes, Plush Capes. Line of Ladies'
and Misses' Hats, Sailors, Alpines and D)ress Hats.
We are running off a line of 25c Undervests at 1.5e for the n t
WHAT 5c CAN BUY.
4--4 Bleach Cloth (no starch), 5e.
Helcavy Canton Flannel, 5c. .. ~ -
4-4 SeaL hIland (heavy), 50.
Pr,etty Patternsi in Dark I Calico, Plaid D)ross G3oods.
WHAT 4c CAN BUY. - _
4-4 Sea Island.
Apr on G.inghams.
Calico, darik and light c.olors.
10-4 U3lankects, 50c.
12-4 Woolen J1lankets, $2.75.
12-4 WVoolen iBlan,kets, *3.50.
F"ull line of SHOES on1 hiand at pr ices to suit one and all, at
WYNN'S BARGAIN STORE. 4
C. E. SUMMER. J. H. SUMMER. G. W. SUMMER.
4'i Leaders of --Dealers In
W Pnae8 " Flirt-Class8Qoa[s,
usRA s, Hardware, Harness, Dry Goods
DRfTH, Sol. Agent.
4 ust received. Car load Carriages and Buggies
INYR'0YAbny until you see our goods and get our
"g ' -Four: Obelisk, Favorite, Blue IBlird,
~ 'our sold for the nioney in the