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Cure,~ lerie, 'ertnt
NE\ f0TpA OALLERY
I at, 1 ivi etures au
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and lItt che1 o lv *,o es' ,
tIi ny othe r hou i h bi a u..~
The ag n Yriqday :\Ig,
Mi, ,0 itd'ediah
SIg *inc, Skuh a - ti hare his
14% .0 a1House opxt
nunplees fOthe o.
anld Wilhard, 01 hrr ve a- etramll
Mill be(ginlel - arv oa
tho Inlo.it mur .iince. Ono of
kheoionally 3.n " tlhings of this phe
1s 5'isful entertainment is
* 'e in which these gentle
t it up and put it on. They
'164,Pken no moro time in any place
than they will take here, and the suc
cess in Columbia and other cities has
been simply wonderful, as it has been
in each instance played to the capacity
of the hali and opera houses. Me.-se.
Bertram and Willard directed the plav
of "Captain Dick" whiich was given
here last winter by the Laurens cast.
How to Cur mijous volte.
I suffered for weeks with colic and
paIns in My stomach caused by bilious
ssi and had to take medicine all the
while until I used Chamberlain'sColie,
Cholera anild Diarrhoe.- Rernedy which
cured tne. I have since recommended
it to at good I ' my people. Mrs. F. But
ler, FairIavti-, Conn. Persons who
are subject to 'illous colic can ward off
the attack by takhog this remedy as
soon as fhe first symptorns appear.
Hold by W. E. Pelhami. dl
A new lot of Trunks, Telescopes and
Hand Satchels just received at
t&ftf A. C. Jones'.
My Restaurant is open for
the season and I am prepared
it. to serve the public in first
class style with the very best
the rarket aflrds. Polite
and( courteous attention to all.
I am p)repared to serve cus
tomiers at all hours.
S. 13. JONES,
WE HAVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cure any case of
Druggists on the Oorner.
RcOepOtioni ini lHonor of Reuv. and Afra. T.
Last Thursday evening Rev. T. W.
S-loan anid ia lovely andi .miable brido
arr-ived on the 3 p. mn. train, and fronm
8 to-> 11 o'clock a r'(eeption was given
them. It wvas given at the hotel. Every
late was utterly packed with old and1(
young cager to meet Mrs. Sloan. The
dCcoraLtios of autumn leaves, chrysan
t,htemumts andi roses were tastily arrang
ed andl( fc t.oons gracefully swung from
wvindowys, &c. At 8 o'cioclk supper) wats
an nouneced. Salads, turkey, cake, ieo
cream and overyt,h i ng that, got-s to make
a good supper wats thiere. We tink I
w'e mistake ntot to say ther'o were near I
30(t in all and such a gathering was
never seen in Trroy. There were manyI
visitors, too mtany tQnamec. All thought<
it a "'sweil affair'' and our mtucht loved
pastor should feei highly complimented
t,hat so miany camne to ogler congratulah
tions and good wishes to him andi his
better half. WVe cannot close until we
say we think heo has ehosenx one of the
most charming iadies, and we fool sure I
she wvill bo quite an acquisition to our
town and community. She was exquis- 1
itely attired in white b)rocadedl satin <
and d iamon, s. May their sojourn't here
he as pies i/t andi briigh: as this balmy
weathe:. id may they always see the
sunshine of God's love through every I
tear that shall be shed. ''NWK."
TPh ye ois takent fronm the Troy
corresponde 0 of the Abbeville Press
rnd Banner, an 1ll be read with in-t
t.orest by the many fr inds of the young
~outple int this coun Ity.
We Have Just Ope
A large and handsome stock
of Lamps, Fancy Crockery
We Will Sell
Th,Iem at very low figures and
you will save mnoney by pur
chasing of us.
It Gives Us
Groat pleasure to show our
.goods, oven if you don't buy.
RODERTsON & GILDER,
Druggists on the Corner.
ta is vis
.111ek welder have.
, ( old 11i plalt%
a.I . t.ommiuity to
- 144. \ hi Vil llel ill
:NWN r-achu-ch tonight and onl
S h I.V1, the eItertIaiII
I 4)4 uder tit'(!irotwell
hog! have Irived'
-j". n of whiebl T. .1. Dyson)
as been elosd on tle order
- i nominate
o-mn will b: held oil
- wxt, Decembelier 2d.
Nlii ary Roillison, who ha3 been
fl'iends6 ill COlndl;3, hi:., re
turnelld t) hit"r honliv ill I ie a.
8s Lley Speer:4, of Newberry, is
tle Charming gucst. of Miss Fronde
Kelnedy,. Clinton Gazette, 21th.
Dr. Win. F. Ml-eCA.-r th(y, irl' and
thmmat hpeeialist itrrived inl Newberry
y6sterday arid is at tle Newherry.
Mr. ',iai Atkinmoin of N(!wher'y
County, is visitin, llagitrte W. 51.
MeN illanl iid fainii v (A inl tonl Gta ette.
Mr. John 3. IhAMid went to Charles
ton oin uesday and ietirned yesterday
by way of .\gus'.a binigin.g with him
Thanksgivit] rvices weeO hold in
the RAtiSt IlhUIVI yesterlaY and a
good heNmon % jreaebed b I -. .1
The Exceflsiqr F"ire (omlpany has11 de
eided to liactic.: ip unit n iiing team
und take lart in thW Charleston t0ourn1a
m110n1t. SIuIeezsC.s to Ihe hoi.
'hlanksii ving-p. day was, gener-aliy ob
served in Newhurry yes_'$Itrday by a
mspensioi of business. th" stores.
anhivs and .whool& all beNO closed.
Do not fWrgt to said The I hahl-and
News the list of dv1e2lates elected to
Lte ctton gVvwlt onvmion at N'w
b)erry (ln 3)th 1)lJ':aer. Sand huromp)It
Thle registration buoii- for theo town
Aleotion ll; closf! (n \Votilestlay next
t 3 o'clock p. il. You wil'! t1w. be al
owcd to volt' in th primary if yoiu fail
Mr. T. (.-"ooe. is the only itgenClaf
he o. I>. houseS inl Newlh'ry who has
nidu eturnis for his m uehandiso for
axation unde the law we printed
omle timill aI.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower attended coult
.t Greenwood thi;is week. Tt is the first
ourt in the new county. Solicitor
;enso is the lrt:,coting oflifer. tie
ounty heiig in the -th eireit..
The pl'lliatvovif!ll 1e1 bly the pupils of
liss 1)elle Land will hie gin r at the
peraIU hiouse tonight. beginn ig at L idIf
ist seven. An adission)3 fee of .eni
enits will hie charige:d to def .a e1 x
TPhe Dariell VinItoni C.oliyany lahyed.
Monite. Cr'isto" atL the Opera I House
.'iiesd ay ni gh t anrd ma)lde a (decided24 h it.
h1is 'i3 company is one of thle liest. on the
oad and deser'ves the patronage of the
mtblic where4.ver? they g'. WX'e hiope to
ee them in) Newb)erry' hagaiin.
MIingh gi ves a samiiple of the im
nense bargains hle is olk ering. ina his
din this issue. lHe li kes op O. i t.ion
Sdfies eomnpetition. I ld has tlie goods
tnd is (eNFninedl to turn'i them in to
ash. So if yo'iM'ant to save moneyL'
~al1 on i\I'muaugh:er4hfit't2 --G
The Deoputy' Sheifl' of Newberr'y wast.r
n the city last XVedlnesdayl?i3, andii cait.ed
yack: with him a niegiro whoit haid been
:oieited in that county andi Ci setenced
.0 the P'f pei tetiarly for wvi fe-mur'der',
)t, wh W10subhse enIit.ly escape3 ld and has ) i
een liv in3g ight her uc3 [ini aurens foir
he past e'igh)teeni mon)Iths.- [am-ens)
The thre-year-olid boy) of .J. A. John
on3, of [Lyn C~i entr 111,Il., is subjnt tol.f
tt acks of t.roop. M' ru i. .John) soan as lhe
4 satlitled thaIt the t liiely nse of( Cham-.
>etrlin(3 C'ough Remedi'iy, durinamg ai
.evere at tack, 4oaved hi1s little h3oy~ ' lire.
l1$ 3s tih drug3 t buiness)0, at inembeilr
ft the fir ofi ) Job:3]ion3 Biros., of li hat
ilaea; rand.they hande Ia gr eat manyIi
maternt med Icines for t h roaiit.ind 1 oug
iseastesi. HeIt hadil these 4'4 to chaoose.
romn, anid sk illed l)hy3sicians1) readt.4y to
espjond to hIs call, but Ise'lected t his4
emet.dy for n.90 in is 4Io fouinily at, ai
imot. y hen43 lis chlld'H life was lin dan(11
erI, beause134 lhe knoew It i t be0 hupriol
4) anly other, and 01mous3 thn" couna rliy
ver for li~ tinres (If (er(1up. Mr. John
on1 say tqis 1is the11 best .selllig coug,h
nied Ic3ino they hiandlhe, 44141d tat it g ivmes
plend1 id utis.faction i) all cases404. 8old
,y WV. Ii. P'elunm. dth
"oir the occas'ion0 oif the mieetinog of
he South Carolin M11 l. E. ChIiurc'h Con
'ention3 at I eauiifort, S. (., November12i
0th to D)eemberhu 7th, the Chartllton0
nid Westerni Carloluina Railwvay wi'll sell
xeur'sion til.cete from'(t all puoinIts 1o
e0"Temiber' 30th3 3a spec.Ial schiedule ill
)t (pla'tt.ed to H3eainfoiL alfoidinug dle
~atesa$r~heet thrt.uighi schiedue wit hut
my lay.OVyers, and isi positively the
mnly li3e tl4t. cn olfer' such(2 a schedule.
)elegates fan points niorith of A uguistia
cavling viaL ( & WV. C. Railway, reCgu.
Lt, Auguista with trinli for' iHeaufortL.
'or rtes, sebedulet. ori any other inifor'3
naitioni call Upon0 the near13est atgen3t of
ho (1. & WV. C. 14. Rt., or' wrilte W. J.
r'zaig, GenieraIl'Passeniger A gent,
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO..
SpeCIal Correspondence Herald and News.l
Another Thanksgiving is hero and
itill we are not as thankful as we should
be. As we look around and see the
many blessings a kind lleavenly Pathe
has given us and which are denied to so
many of our fellow-beings we should ex
Clai, like the Psalmist of Old: "Bess
the Lord, oh my soul, bless the Lord, oh
my soul, and forget not all his bene
Dr. Hallman held Thanksgiving ser
vices in Grace church on Wednesday
night and at Mt. Tabori on Thursday.
T' . regular Thanksgiving service of
the town will be held today in the A.
R. P. church.
We said last week that we were done
with the school book and history dis
cussion, and only desire to remark that
-harges of bribery have been brought
Igainst the Virginia committee of the
Sons of Veterans, and it is now being
investigated. It is claimed also that
several on the committee are in the
employ of the American Book Co.
Where is the old time Southern hon
Mr. Editor, can't you raise your voice
%gailst the introduction of yellow
lournalism in our State? The details
>f the recent suicide at tile Calhoun
botel were disgusting toall fair-minded
tud decent, peoplo. What had the
public to do with the letter left by the
;elf-murderer to the young lady who
bad the courage to tell a drunkard she
vould not marry him. No, but hyena
like, the morning papers must go into
incred precincts andi as a ghoul pub
Lish this letter to the world, bringing
,onfusion ands6hame to a noble young
6voman. We can find no expression
itronig enough to condenin this kind of
iews gathering. Shame on the nian
vho Would w1rite or publish a word
1iat would bring sorrow to as puire and
Tood a woman as the one published
iere. This young man was a known
1runkard,-.and because he would not
givo i) his cups.this noble young girl
-avo him up. All honor to her!
Would there were more like her.
When our young women learn to say
1o to those who indulge to excess there
will be a great gain to society.
We note the stir that is being made
low by the elort to organize a cotton
r-owers associtfion, and we trust it
6vill succeed. To oir mind thore is
1nother way to 11011) cotton to a good
price, and that is for the farmers to in
iist on buying their fertilizers for cot
LOnl. If they will do this they can rest
issured that the guano dealers are go
ing to see to it that the cotton they get
[or fertilizers shall bring a price that
will pity,them), and of course if it pays
lhen it will pay the farmer. Reduce
the quantity raised, require them to
take cotton in payment., and to our
mind the question of price will be set
Lied to a large extent. ry it.
Aga i the merry ringing of the mar
'inge bells is heard, and again "'two
souls with but, a single thought and two
hearts are made to heat tas one" b~y the
llev. .1. A. Sligh on Sunday, Nov. 21,
when Mr. B3right Miller and Miss Mat
tie Feagle were united in holy wed
Once upon a time it was 0our misfor'
tunie to have to travel from Shreve
pot t, La., to Fort Worth,! Tex., on a
train known as the "'Cannon Blail.'
Now, It, is natural to suppose that a
canntoni ball trai n would( beat a limited
vestibule, but not so wvith this one, and
sinlce the C., N, & L. road has taken off
its unlimitedl vestibule, I desire to
name the new train the ''Cannon Ball,''
and trust Col. Childs will accept our
new designation of this vecry convenient
and1 useful train on hiis road. Cannon
Ball is a real nice name. D)on't y 0ou
th ink so, kinad reandern?
The burglar still prowlet.h at; night.
On last, Friday night the store of
Schumupert & Lester was burglarizecd.
T1he t.hief hroke out a glass In the rear
door antd enltered( th rough it. Thelmy
got. somec 'oppler', about 135 or 140, to
gether with somle mierchandliso, cigars,
candy, etc. T'hese things are getting
pre'tt,y colmmoni111 aondl here, and1( in
fact too much so. Soiiebody needs to
feel the heavy hand of the lawv for these
v'iolations, and( they cani't feel it any
too) soon for the good of our town.
There came very near being a very
severe firei at the4 l-sper1ity Giinnery
oin Tuesxdayi. Mir. W. E.X ltutherford
was *aving a bale of cotton ginntedi
wheni smoke was5 seen to be issiing
from the pr)tess, anid in at very shor't
timie the house was thretatenecd. Mr.
Dr'ayton Cook and otbers being oni
hland promptly they succeeded1 in put
ting out, the Ih-e before it had1( gained
miuch headway. '.Their loss wvill be
considerable. We haven't heai'd if
there was any lnsui'ance.
The Ci neani Li terai'y Society (of thle
Priosper'ity Gra ided School will give a
thanksgiving literau y entertainment
this evening. The literary menna is
one that 01an he relishedi by alil and( we!
expect, them to have a large audilence.
Too late to give progi'rme.
Mr'. R. l'. llrannen, hast heen) visiting
his sister-in-law. Mis. Andriew Kinard.
Kay had the pleasur'e of being pres
ent at the issionartty seivices att Wight
man Chapel o:i Sundlay aftl'ernioon. I t
was one of those leasnt,I occasions
that i nger' iin the memory long
after the scenie has pa1Lssed away.
R1ev. Priice in hsis usual forceful way
toldi the ebildren what the ob)ject ini
view was anmd how to attain it. lie said
he was only to speak 5 inuri.tes but
it took himti always that long to get
wotund up and then he didn't know how
lng lhe wonul'm enn ''of. I lncs fo1.
THEI PtIMARtY ADOPTED.
A Cltivels' Metling HIeld- Rules o10v1ig
A vitizens' mneeting was held In the
opera house oh Tuesday afternoon to
consider ,plans for nominatin,g..'mayor
and aldermen. Chairtuan E. C. Jones
rad the call and nominated Dr. James
'eIntosh1 for chairman of the meeting
tnd he was olected.
C. A. Bowman was elected secretary.
Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell ofTered and
read the following resolutions:
Iesolved, That the Deuocratio candi
dates for Alayor and Aldermen o! the
town of Newberry for the ensuing year
be nomiinated by primary election, Un
der the folloWir g rules and regulations:
1. A n election within the Democratic
Party shall be hold in the Town of
New erry3 on Thursday, the second day
of December, 1897, to select candidates
for Nla:.or and Aldermen for the said
town: the polls to be opened in the
Council Chamber at 8 o'clock a. Iml.,
and to bo closed at 4 o'clock p. i.
It. Alt Democrats who have duly
re-istered for the municipal election of
187 shall be allowed to vote. In case
the right to vote is challengod, the
persont cthallenged shall be required to
Ustablish his right to vote, before the
managers, by the vouching of three
Ill. The candidates receiving the
majority of all the votes cast for the
said ollices of Mayor and Aldermen ro
spectively at said election shall be de
ilared the notmices of t,he Democratic
Party of said town; provided, that on
Lr before 12 o'clock noon, on the 29th
1iay of November, 1897, each of such
aldidate'i shall have left a written
4tatement with .the Chairman of the
P.,xecutive Committee that he is a can
Iidate, and that he will abide the result
if suich election. No vote shall bo
uonnted for any candidato who has not
so pledged iimself. And, providod
further, that it no cand.idate, either for
Lhe oillec of Mlayor, or fori Alderman in a
Ward. shall avo receeived a majority
vote at uchit election, a second election
ror the liolijiIatLion of a Mayor or of an
Alderman. at-, the vase ima[Ly be, shall be
held on Ttie.sdity, the 7th day of Decemt
er, 1897, niler these rules, at which
;ccond elect.ion on l Ii he two cand idatos
vlo recl.-ived the highest, votes at the
,rm-Iller election, for' the respect,1vo of
ices, shall be %oted for.
IV. Whet tie vote shall have been duly
otitited them inamiger.; sh,11 inmediate
y certify the ame to tle Executive
"o'iuittee, whi b ,h tommilitto shall
!onlStitto a board for the purpose of
%an vassing the returns of the managers,
leelaring the result of the election and
jearin'gall contosts and protests that
nay arise, whose action shall be final:
Provided, that no mmhemr of the Exe
tive Committ.ee shall be a candidate
it such ceetion; and, provide(I further,
Abat the said Executive Committee
iall meet in the Mayor t office at 10
)'elock a. i , on Friday, the third day
if Decembier, 1897, and-in the evont
if a second clect,ion-on Wednesday,
io eight.h day of December, 1897, to
lelare the said eletion and to hear
tly colntests or protcsts in regard to
On motion of Mr. Eduaird Scholtz the
.esolutions were adopted as a whole.
0. L. Schutnpert moved that anl exe
mtive coinitittee of two from te town
At large and one from each ward be ap
pointed to conduct the election and the
motion was adopted, The chairman of
he committee to be the first named
[rtom the town at large. The chair
man of the meeting hias given the fol
lowing as the appo0int,m1ent.
TIowtn at latrge - -J. I". J. Ca'mld well;
Jno,. C'. Wilsoit.
Ward l-.\ . A. Carl isle.
War'd 2-T. C. Pool.
Wa'trd 3--Geo. WV. Sttumer.
W\ard 4 -J. 1D. HTorn SIh)
Thle tmeetinig was adjournted without
To Cure a Void in OIne Day.
TIak:e La xatiive Bromo Quinine Ttab
lets. A Ill Druggist.s refund the monecy
if it fails to curie. 25c. fat1m
Fot thte occamsiont of Glala week in
Charlecstont the Southerni Railway' ha-i
ilp2.ai,ed SpecCial low tates, and those
who)( tntticipalte a visit to the city' by the
sea will miss one oif t hte greatest p)leas
nre 1o5(f the tip if 1.hey3 fall to go by
way' of the Suthetrn r'oad. T1ickets
w"ihli e put, on saile Decombohr 13:, 16I,
17, andl IStht it.ud for recturn passage
unit.il December 20th incl usivye, for one
fare for the r oun td trip-$5.75.
["or the same occasion tickets will be
sol by this roadi( ont the 14th and 15tht,
li it i d for~ ret urn'i lassage utili Deecem
h181.h a8tiui the follow ing rates: Chap
p:ellis, mt4.1It; (ld Town, $3.90; Silver
SI reet, *:3.90; HI elena, $3.90; Newberry,
$3. 70: P'rospeii ty, $3.60; Pomaria, $3.50.
.1. A. lUit'ToN. Agent.
tiouse and hI t for Hale.
1Iou01t8 of seven rooms. [.a0t three
acres. A p1ly toG. B. Cromner. f& t'.
NOT LOOKING MVLL!
NOT FEELINt WELL
Syriu p Sarsap)arilla.
Thiis pltIreartionl is at comina1.ifftion
of drugs having "iterative, tonic
sti mulant andt( laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
m1(1 eti profession recommend for
shin diseatses, Scrofulous aff'ections,
D)ysp(psia, Liver Complaints, Rhcu
It is carefully prepared from the
purest dIrugs nnd is sold at 75 cents
a bottle at
/beslson & Gilder's
M etchantts and1( Farmolrs cantt buy
goodis in (lilt wholesale department by
th~e piece or case at whclesale prices.
t.&frf A. C .1
lowed in his Usual pleasant and in
teresting way and lead the children by
apt Illustration along the way showing
them how their little mites given now
would be like the All that fed the
brook, 'that fed the stream, that
watered the plain. No one could listen
to these aldresses and not feel i
stroliger desiro to do their part in the
great work of sending or being sent
forth whitheruo0ve.r the Master might
call or- lead. The services were in
terspersed with songs. Aliss Aiken
sang a solo at the concilsion which was
enjoyed by all. 1he singing through.
out was excellent. We did not leartn
the am11oun1it Coltiibited.
Alaeried last Thursday, November 18,
by Ik:v. J. W. Blanton, Mr. Jas Dick
crt, and Mrs. M'ary Long, all of No. It.
We extent congratulat ions to both
couples and trust their voyage through
life may be a pleasaut one.
This week's issue .of the Advertiset
is known as the King's Daughters edi
dion gotten out, by the King's Diaughters
of the Prosperity Associate Reformed
church. It is a very creditable issue
and shows what pluck and work will
do. There is a general write up of tht
town of Pr4osp)e1ity from its first settle
ment to tihe present. Each business
house is mentioned and t he good ladie.s
have something nice to say about thei
all. The wonder is that they could
find so many nice things to say and not
repeat. We trust that the issue will be
a paying one. Anyone wishing to gee
a Copy may procure one at the oilev.
Of course the ladies expect you to
leave a dime when you get. the10 paper.
C.all and get a copy.
"Tio worst cold I ever ind in my
li'e wais cired (y (CIhambiiherlatin's (loughi
Remedy," writes W. It. Norton, ol
Sutter Creek. Cal. "This cold Ieft me
with at cough and I was expeetoraliting
all thle tie. The Reiedy cured ilf.,
and I want all ol' my friends wheni
trovbled with a cough or vold to use it,
for it will do them good." Sold by W
IE. P'ehhaui. d(i
Bachlmnu clitpl nd Ut11on A43adouly ('aip.
Old Chips is slowly improving from it
severe cate of blues.
Our friend, H. C. M., tells us A1t. it
is ettinlg timtie for us to inktroduce ourl,
old tine loom systemu againt. Well my
friend,.we would have already done so
had it not beenl tha. old Mrs. Chips l has
been so lenicit with us. She hasn't
said cloth tie whole rall.
Mlr. W. L. Strauus4 wenit downi te
Or-mgeburg last week to col heeIi his
Next year is campaigni year and tle
people are Iegiillng to talk polit,ies.
Get a liimp on you boys, yott who in
tend to cottie before the people asking
This community sent only onu dcle
gate to tihe State Fair.
Neveri ask a fellow whieti youl mce
hii where he's beei or where lie's go
ing itmi what he's going after, if ht
wint3s you to know his business he it
mighty apt to tell you. Never boter
yourself so imuch about the finiaicial
ci rcuimstanices of otherts and what t hat1
other' fellow owcs. Always try and at
rantge to meet your owni little dlemtand(s
Priend s, read Alark Twaini, andil in
wardly digest thme above piaragraph,
antd the Lord ats well as yoiiu eiglhbor,
will take a better likinug to youm.
Prof. (G. A. \l ills opeed. hiis School
at Union Academy on t.he 15th.
It's a blessed good thing for sonti
folks that i nconsistency is not a dhis
case. If so. it would have pro~ved fatal
in several inustancees we kntow.
We are in receilpt of a ce py of the
fi rst Issue of the Southern' Farmner ant
Horticulturist, which is edited by Pt-of
J1. S. Newman, of Clemson College, anit
published by Editoir F. H. Auill, of 'The
Herald and News. TIhe Southern iiaI
Home Office, Newark,
Assets July 1, 188'7,
All Poliic C'olntain the
P~rmise~ to) Py (lajims L\!
Also Provide for CASI I VA I
iner anld 1ortilculturist is a broad
giage jour1nal, Plun full of good ltera
turo lspecially devoted to the tiller of
the soil. Upon its pages you will find
Inanly Subjects of Ituch itportainlce.
E'very farmner should not only be a sub
seributr to this journal, but we should
all feel proud that slel a manifesta
tion of Interest has beon brough t about
inl Our mlidst in the way of enouragiI
land benefIting the faltuer.
We are glad to state that, there Is
more than a usual tmount of grainl be
ing sown. This meians less cotton and
better tilines for the couintry.
(Ih, what a th ine just now Ih the
countiry: not, inuch inoney, but you
ought to be down here, Mr. Editor.
We have killed a hog, o)e11ed a keg of
sour kraut, been to inill and are going
to nake a keg of 'simmon beer and
ciurn. Come down und help us enjoy
the fat of the land.
The crops are about all gatIhered.
The potato erop Is just splendid.
Our socials have started again. There
was a rid oid tikuni at th r esikdence
of Mr. .1. W. Wert.s, :nong- the young
people, last, Wednesday niglt. Not
inuch singing aro-ounld the rosemlerry
hush. 1'1ut mostly proinenading and
turniiig partners. Don't tell old broth
e-Kiy. 11 have sotnetl hing to stay
ablz Old Grand t'l"p going to parties
will have solmethinig to say aiout
the lien law in our next letter.
Nov. 18, P4,17.
Sutpetrb MLarsh u nallow,s!
l0iresh it. Huevr's Agencye,
PE LIIAM'S DRUG STORE.
SALt OF COTTON MILL STOCK AND
1- EH N N-W\ lI I AtR I Z ' 1Il 1,I)i NG
IT Invest ment ('omtiaay will sell
on saletlay ir leetiber if not sold he
fore at. mprivi.o Sal Six veii ( 1) Shares
Newhrly.3 ct mt MIill Stovk, atml ()ne
l dildlin-o nt mi Mitill8Sr't hetween
S. S. lingforld anti .1. W. ('luippoll,
Con1tiil! (Mne-l1ltf (J) of an Avei.
1 "TATE' Ol 80I'TII \ lC)AIN,,
') U N'TY ( 1V N IE,W IlEldlINIY
I N l')()lAT T C()U IIT.
Hten ry 0. 11lmit i il Ilis ow in I ight ItIld
its AdiniiisIrnti, ev.P, PIlaili *ll,
1gainst 11. It I nson1 et al, )feinid
- lioite for Newvherry c'oilty. iy
anl "Irder hercini irts,ed Novemnbwr Silh,
1897, I Mill sill it plilic olitt'ry at
Nvewherry courit hous li i saId itt (in
Male sday in )>e'n mber, 189t7, I lhe fol low
ing hunts of.lt A. lieinn, de.
end,to ah1imhepylieuit (of de01,ts
o-i:Tlit1011(11, p'(ifin flnd cleo
tiling eight vight (S) irvs. m11ore orl
It s-, hou did lbIy litils of 11. L,. ,1hn
clan, 8. P. iNl 'r.'l-, .lohn W. scltt
aid ct lere. Also ihat, plintation of
lald coitblining olne 1ihundred anild six
ty-two (t62) neres, morv or less, In
Cmunty 11nd4 81tt 1fores-lid, bonld
bys ( '. N. & I, hiailroad, l'uite' iof .1. .1.
l~leer, .1. .\ . I )iimiiniek, WV. \V. Munm
merCs andil(I whers. Tlhiis landi will be
sohul in lihree I r:.e'ts. A Iso that ihanita
tion) if' land lying aml blinlg situnate
In said County acht Stole cuontain
inmg one huiiinde (1(10) acei's, morie or
less, biotinded by3 landls of' E~ I. ~it1dd,
Amelio Itlrookst' luhnmert, D)r. A. A.
Mslen am1( i t hers, and kno wn na lhe
"\hite Plac."' Plats of iuhl land jure
omi tIle In the- (llire of mthe .1 mdge of Pro
baie for' Ne n tierry.
Tea s: Onme-t birdc enshi, blodnceg in
wtl i interiest onchi nlmlstallimnt froii
dlay ofi saili withi leave oft pii'urchaser tI
pa aIl rush. Credit potrtion to be' s.
mior'tgage of tl.he i'premistes sold. Pur'.
haetopay' for' ii paperS.
WV. WV. IIODO(EM,
J P'. N. 0.
- OF AMERICA.
N. J. JOHN
INmNTI A RLRog 't
"Much in Little
Is espocally true ot I Tood's Pills, tor no moil
aine over contalued 80 groat curative power lu
so small spaico. They are a wh, medicine
H oo d's
chest, alwayi ready, al
ways offlelent, always Hat
Isfactory; prevetit coltiS
or fever, curo all liver Ills,
sick headache, jaundlee, constpntluon, etc. 250.
The only PiIs to taka with Ilood's Sarsaparilla.
T11. C. P0OL.
For Alderuat em.
Ward ! -1. MN. SPEl4.'R3
\Vit rd 2- -J. .1. LA N I'.
Ward 3--G -(,E. SU INI ELt.
Vard1 I -C. C. DAVIS.
Ward;-5 -,A NO. 8!E'NN.
F or Maruyor:
\VAiml 2: --
\VAm) 3: T I. ElATING.
WAm -: .1. W. WAT IS.
WARD 1>5: .1.M.TYO.
Y HMUES O PRIElNDS AND
vote' I hereN'y Iailiino tslfIr a
('andidate for NIayor, HlbjCL 10 the
Demilocratie l rim1ary.
GE,O. A. LANGFORUD.
0 B. MAYEAt 18 IiT'MY AN
e1) n toed as at cand)(idato for hinyor
of t-ho City of Newlrry in tho ap
proa,chinig pritmiry eleet,on.
1 . EANS IS H-I 1 NOM I
- 0 n ut ed at i fa v Ad Idate fo r M ayor
of thle ( ity of Newberry Inl the ap
poteili itlltproachingp ry vle-tionl.
el byl. nomimnitt for Alderman front
Wardl I inl thle aipproachling 'imailry
(til VVrS O I RS. .
. nom11inato ior Alderman, M. A.
IS. LANE, IS NO\If
11a0Md as. at (am11iitO for Aldei -
man fr-om \Vard 2. CI'tZEKN S.
I "- SMIlTHI 111,"i-AWY NOMI1
1.. Inted ats a (andidat,o inl tho ap
Pr,0a4,hing- primary olvet.ionl fromi
For AdIrian-.-Wa rd 3.
W M. F. E, W%A"UT IS YlIR1,1y
noittted a1t IL cndidtE for al
dermIatI froml \Vardt 3.
For'0 Ala ant--Aar <4.
JNo. 11. WICKIR 18 11EIRBY
nomlinated its '1ndidatie for Aldor
11111n fronm Ward 'I, in the coming prl
t. \V. A \. Y*O17N(, , H1?NY
nonlmiId for A llerian front
I-or IiIermantii-ward nit.
I'ACT<>U tY V0 I'IMItS.
SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
A'.TI T1; 1l'LA NTAT ION IN THE1Iu
L.:hIong LaneL i'conunnitit y , near the
Dr. Ketnerly pilace, Iecet.ly sold by
me,' on Wednesay. December 15, 18.37,
at. II o'clock, I will sell the following
per'sonahl propeIhrty, coni,st ing of Farm
intg Iitmplemettnts of allt kinds, including
Seed, ItodderC, Blactksith 1Tb'ools, 7
MIub-is, 2 Iilorses, Hogs)~, (GoaLts, amd
other persona~ttul prope)rt,y.
Novmbr 21,189.I. (A BANISS.
F. DRYDEN, President.
New Business Writ
- F'ORFE ITFA P> L E featur'es anid
f Satisf4act ory Pro~cfs of' .Death.
COLUMBIA, 8 Cn