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L. 11 A ['L1.. I'DIo
A ~EECIA1 OFI'IUE
P. b.- -1r6 orde'- o' tret aLl of o'ur
sub: 'r U h- who haebe
-* "o a : b
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Gr.- he r:.' far:2 we b li v
- ' 'so o o y o by P insinuation
bid he pbde nd llb-al nts o lth
Goveror orany oher pblic en
are egitrnat su ject for news ape
Our0 Properiiiihrtyciorsonent wil
obseorve that Theii IlorIald and Newas
pulishes4 very llttlie imio anid rarely
any (letail s of crimIfes (con1i ted ini tho
'liige. Wvo haIve spoken) of this sub
ject soveral times1 anid have lnvaiatbly
* midco r''l the 4 prae(tlee. It is pander
1i to) a (icpraved aippet ite and( la done
by mnuy ne wspaper's beClcueI there'( is a
marke'ICt for 13uc1hnews. It i certainly
bianlifu11l I ts luence1(~.
Theii frlinds of Ju idge, J. S. C~othrian
will be paLined to know that~ he 1s c3riLI
cal ly ill In New York w~hereo he went to
consuult a specialist.
NeOwbold hasi giver, upi and1 h1as been
taken to the f4partanbuarg jailI.
E!AflT'y, H. C., NovemberOI*8th, 1897.-.
I suffeored for more thanii a year with
mnuscaluar rhonumatismj and z'ried( sevral
reomm1IltIende Hood's Sai'rapar'Illa anid
I began taking It with favorable results.
I ImprJ)oved ra&' 'y, and as~ I con0tinuhed
its uso, health, strongth and happi)ness
camue back to me. I hlave not,.felt anty
rhoumatic palins sinco atnd am entir ely
oured, Mu. A. M. Poton.
HlooW's ILTs4 are the only pill. to
take with flood's Haroaparilla,
''I .'V. y
A; s westing of thei Cuorm Lmowe
..6oCatiOL iIC IL I. oIUMAi-. .
taetei. o7rni.e a C.o;iy A*Ka.im
oot Wnd 4fanwe. 17 annfmoin, cor
im.lie a cawP rt. w 'n( ?Tarn .neo
lz':' U 1,.()Tnt
w. Y' al 16
Tu ; ri st; ujar
eCut'. G rojweri of No. 5 Town.
p ~ ~ ~ ' nr'fa;ete tomet at *U topia
No. '- T.w*.um
TheCo'tonGroer., o No 9 ow4
abiparereqeete tomee at Proseri
ty o th 27t ofNoveber at o'loc
a (-wjerry on'1 the" first\ Monay inL
December H.T. C. Hj1;TEx
T~ ToWNSHWj~er No. 5
TL* eCottoo, G ro w'2r of No'. A TO.ro
reque ste r:ud to ~eet a Pu' curchpe
p. rSaturdy 27th,rJ~~ of to pu r o
lctn deegt t the co nvenrAo~ tion od
be held at'r Nwur lon thet frty Mon
Tay in eembJr The metig0. l
boe eld at Uo'loc an the Paul'ernoun.
J. N. FEAGLE, C2hairnman.
Item. Fromn Maybinton.
Mr. .1. Ii. Riehards and fatmily and
MIisis JHessie Richards are on a visit at
Mr. W. H. Oxner's.
M r. A be Lyles, of Carlisle, spent last
Sunday at Mrs. S5. M. Oxner's.
M r. S. A. Jeter, of Long Lane, spent
a night at Mr. J. E. Coflold's not long
Some of our folks attended the Wal
lace circus last week. Mr. J. C. Colld
had the misfortinn of having his
pocket picked, but fortunately did no'
los'o very imuch. Wo also hear ol'
soveral darkios who had the!r pockots
Some of our young people expeot to
go ovor to Long Lane to attend a party
at Mr. Calvin Baker's Friday nIght,
20th. We wish them a nico time.
Orange Hlall on last Sunday afternoon,
when Mrs. M. (2. Ronwick and Mr. lIen
S. Uardy were united1 ini the holy bonds
of wedlock, R1ev. D. A. Phillips ofilci
ating. The newly married couple at
tended Rogora church that aft.ornoon,
but as no one had heard of their nuptial
until they had dIriven off, no congratu
lations were olfered. We offer now
our best wishes. lHen has been fortunm
ate in securing such a helpmeet, and
"many are the hearts that are weary
tonight", because he Is no longer on
the list of beaux. Those girls that are
left have nothing to do but "watch the
leaves grow." FAIRY BEILLEI.
Nov. 24, 18U7.
Mr. N. N. Osburn, well known at
WVoodstock, ich., was troubledl wIth
a lame bac0k. HIe was persuaded to use
Chamuberain's PaIn JIalm. It gave
hhnii rebef iin o nIght. Thilus ren.edy
la also famous for Its oures of rhmeuma
tismi. For male by wV Id Pe.nmm al
ataE'ne4 .S r
Those. . :: - ad -a r. r. ..V
mr. Vitedprayl :taplc
heere. uds. ut,der hihlie
Ev t-em, Stwudi a- fe oth
ger' eraor in' the ope baroo. s
'el whiskey~ . would Vhav o oa
Vbratr. and.woul bealogthr r
the wefr of.~'.. thstate and of the peo-.:
peThir only oercta woul be~ ato1'
mae money, uand te d1mrsitutioal.
restrction would ba e disregaed
sue. Itr isha fight bee athce oa
ellment-Cof oupl hande liqor
Doarou r, and odke aightr on
th wrlpore to gobeforaead the peo-o
mrecor an, i nhecessary,b od
makne mot. n he polcyjus otled.ionm
ofe my eis havesatdbetmightte mre
elecotdbca of thpe anwriten lawqto
unde:youo tha o mkee akeept outn
ofthes rar hsacon,ad ol
n ot ae to go aefre mter pofl one
mc enrd. any fti necesarrato ad
Ifat th poliot reust tlhed omes
ofhmrgesetiet have saien mide agains
e,cand canoe so thuntenolew ta
i hve boenotwoan ftrfully wtrit.
dochrg the eson thieut andce I udoi
not hare itoa erelet.t Somf pe
pclCma ink etors (lidr fnot ~vt nt
If governobt rthere artherumerogs
me,alnd cannotighow,tonthbefeoele thatd
s arfie m.ey anlesstoruany ricipto
(isworld te efeateda oftheousand, dio.
notilae tolike to-pleed. IShad paer
nI a thicnkIscaery ofin hing o
my govenor th ther appae tfe thg
Mr.ul Thaeuseft apth,ousf Ntiberr
Whlege, likento plaurday ad Sundar
under the paruiena ofhvngdn
Wheaut towangs the aprduer of t.ho
day now. oreben sow r anuual
Glart The it. n,ofNober
Colegr, wscn auaay lant Thusday.
Mnlr. TA.ptierntl rorsnwa
while on the way from the sale at air.
Subor's place. The horse got fright
ened at something near- MrI. Simps
Long's. Trho buggy was considerably
dlamaged and the harness ruinedl. The
driver escapeod unhurt. Hand Mr. Epting
been in tho buggy himself he could
have mnatngedl the horse.
We aire in the same condition our
friendl Kay is. .We (ddn't get a copy
of the agricultural paper. We guess
its alright though.
We wero glad to seo Miss Glean and
Mr. Moats, teachers at Pomaria and
Central Academy, at our chmurch yes
terday. Come often.
Mr. Editor. we would like to know
what has become of Josh Trumpl1. Wo
would suggest that a committoe be ap
pointed to look him up. Perhaps Chips
aan give some information. Wvhen last C
ieon by u., (hips and .Josh were to
Nov. 22, 1807.
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FRO E.' ..V
I hv opnda*anxt
osr in h olrBllar
Prices-w, hyby b
It ha ee sueted byiaDe o
haou ld aftord thod reiirro
t Retai, Buse ss and ive may
sutrepimly the Wholesaled
woud onl aft myhometal
Ircswhen cotinyug by
stor o ca ivee pomn t
uit for belnuges2t,00 byworth
the Reai ownino f oos andm
gnie tiemaes o the Wholeale
wowblrr ounh benefit oti
lorer ic han ve eoplon tof
any couy ind Satolanjoy.
us itefor to elp $h20many wrathr
ha myv ownlie f procod.an
Unetirr cotyn bevn-to
lorces anve pieopeo
ycnt linted to jy
Decemfer 1,l th897,rahe
Iha will thllow prtetds
centl con advau
ches aboe fiv
rigint of Tyesnd per
Newberry, S. C., (Xt. 28, 1807.
By ,4ter 14snWVA VW Ag U
an" UyndeMal teW. 4
A-M tfwfrva .gawas wt rued ur
-hill mr 2nl A -the 3vmlv
Davenpod~ & enawisk,
Call a See
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN .a
COUNTY 01? NEWBERY-J
James J. Lane as administrator
Alfred Cald well, detCeased, PIlintlff
Emeline CaldwellI anid others, Defend
Complaint to sell land1s to pay (dbts.
IN PURSUANCE OF TH Ep OR DF
of the said Court, I will sell, at pu
lte outcry, at N ew berry, County amn
State aforesaid, to tbe highesut bidder
on Monday, the 6th day of Decemb er
1897, during legal hours of sale, all thi
real estate of the said Alfred (Cald we-ll
d1ecea'sed, lying ln the Bald Co)unty
about 12 milee north-east of the town ur
Newberry, consisting of one tractL o
larnd containing two h'mdred atu
twenty-three and1 sevent.) 3Ight one
h undred ths (223 78-100) aIcrf, muoro (i
less, and bJound(ed by '. 'ds 0
Mrs. M. C. Calidwell, bMads~ o
T. A. Cairmes, (O. 0. Salo and others
and fronting on the road to Brarzziemar:
TIerms,: Onec-thlrd of the purchas<
mroney to he paid In ecash, the balane
of the purcharse to be paid ini equal i.a
stallmenits In one and t wo years fron
the day of sale, with' lnterest 0r
cabh instalment from day of tale
the eredliL portion of the >ur
chase money to tbe secu red by bond o
the purchaser and a muortgafge of tin
preu'es, wIth leave to purchaer to paa
the whole purchase money in cash, o:
to anticipate any pauymnent. Pu rchas
W. t W.HDOS . r. N. c.
Nov. 10th, 1897.
Moe Af. wri Ui~2reva, W
' i A ll j l'l.
um hm( Xi 1
h t I met in l 'N IN 1, -
tIlki" tha11t WO
o k mOi to buy from us.
- S' Y\ W Advertise !
h, it aprotty
Bill s(retch OVor at
t proiniso to do that
* .. are iade, we'llI
u' knlow of.
all wool knee pants
:k'l tretch four dol
v -loor conmmon silver
l( ~all wool suit to
s ol, wmrth -7--tho suil
revi -'c 75 over a fancy
- -IvIulht o cost. - k, and Would
If-. :1nd you1'1l think its ru1bber.
Nf W 1 K ?Y, S. .
-I h )ross Flannels, 30 and 50P.
- ii. Navy Blu So ~orgci, 25c.
4 .' mI. I Ms~c ilw~ '.5c. 50Oc, 75c, $1.00.
- ' ~ j~i r >:j nado I)rjos Mots. CJapes of
- , 11P n u ' h C ~IIiapes53. Lineo of Ladies'
4-A ' \,r .' vi )rIeHi H at.
U-e( oA Ioulrvts aIt 15e for the rvi
WHA~T 5c CAN BUY.
WHAT 4CcCAN BUYU
lul iu- fSHIOF,8 on hnd aprcsto suit one anid all], at
- - S MR~. J. H. SUMMER. G. W. SUMMER.
Tho Leaders of (Doalers In
Low Pnc088}AIi 8Frs-- jaasQogt
Groceries, Hardwaro,4arness,Dry Goods
... Shoes and CIothing....
toarv nafw ugda c s. ;.:> ;'ived Ca load Carriages a d B gges
w unidyu e orgoods adgetou
Pne.We enn~ saive you\nf'v
l)oi'tfoget ot,'I'ani Figur Oblik F~avorite, Blue IBird,
Vt ~tolo, O d h ck ry. 'Pu est Flour sold for the money in the