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or sack... 1.00
,per b ... .......... I 20c.
C s,per dozen .. 160.
okens, each .................... 121 20c.
Peas, per buihe1.................. 45o.
Corn, per bushel.................. 45c.
Oats, per bushel................. 50c.
Sweet potj toes .................. j6f00.
Turkeys, per tb .................. 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ........... 0 75c.
Newberry Cotton Market.
(Corrected Tuesday and Friday by 0. McR.
. Holmes )
Good Uiddling..........,..............5 311
Stiict Middling........... ...........5 18*
I%iddllig-.. ............................5 061
Striot Low Middling.....................4 874
Low Middling.......................... 621
:NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
over R.O.WilliamINs',Main St.,Newberry
I at prepared to make.'Pictures and
t&ftf PRICE, Photographer.
You can always buy reliable Dry
Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Shoes,
and Hats cheaper at A C. Jones' than
at any other house in the ftate. t&ftf
A now lot of TrL-nks, Telescopes and
Hand Satchels just received at
t&ftf A. C. Jones'.
100 Head Cattle Wanted.
Will pay highest market price.
TA3oi H. HILL,
t2t Newberry, S. C.
House and Lot for lale.
House of seven rooms. Lot three
acres. Apply to G. B. Cromer. f&ttf
Mr. Pool Declines.
Thanking my friends for their kind
ness in nominating me for Mayor I beg
T. C. POOL.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All Druggists refund the money
if it falls to cure. 25c. f t6m
Jamieson is selling Clothing cheap
to meet the decline In cotton. Now is
your time to secure a good and ser
viceable Suit cheap.
Dr. Mayor Declines,
I appreciate the kindness of my
friends in asking me to be a candidate
for Mayor but I must most respectfully
decline to be a candidate at this time.
0. B3. MAYE~R.
Merchants and Farmers can buy
goods in our wholesale deplartment by
the piece or case at wholesale prices.
t&ftf A. C. Jones.
The finest line of Gents Fine and
Medium priced Undershirts ever seen
in Newberry at Jamnieson's.
An Early Nomination.
The Piedmont Headlight states that
Attorney General Barber will not run
again for she om1ce he now holds. The
Headlight says I. H
Evans, 9f -
erry, v'll be a winn
'an eis well known thlrough
out f,he State and the Headlight says
hIe will be a sur win nor.
R ESTA URA NT I
My Restaurant is open for
the season and I am prepafred
to serve the public in first
class style with the very best
the market affords. Polite
anld courteous attention to all.
II am prepared to serve cus
tomners at all hours.
S. B3. JONEs,.8
T[he .J. Bl. Stetson Co. latest winter
Blacks4n StifY and Felt Hat atons
NOT LOOKING WELL!
NOT FELING ELL
~ Syrup Sarsaparilla.
This preparation is a combination
of drugs having alterative, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains thre.e drugs which the
medical prof~esion recommend for
skin diseases, Scrofulous affections,
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Rhou
It is carefully prepared from the
\purest drugs and is sold at 75 cents
a bottle at
Robes/son & Gilder's
A first-class Wheeler & Wilson No.,
9 Sewing Machine cheap at
tion for mayor and aldermer
Miss Alice Hornsby has returned
from a visit to Columbia.
The cold wave that was heading this
way somewhat warmed up beforei it
Mr. A. L. Henket of New Market, Va.,
wias in the city yesterday and gave us &
Rev. J. E. Johnston and Mr. I. M.
Smith leave today for Rock [ill to at
tend State Baptist convention.
Mr. W. B. McCaw of the Columbia
Register spent Saturday at Newberry
on a visit to Dr. W. E . Pelham.
Mrs. Donj. Rawls, who has been1
visiting relatives in Newborry, re
turned to her home in Lexington
County last Friday.
Mr. W. I. .ray has scoured a posi
tion in Lako City, Fla., as manager of
a railroad eating eating house and he
and his family have gone there.
Mr. Jos. T. Hutchison requests us to
state that he has withdrawn his p'edge
and will not be a candidate for mayew,
in the primary on Thursday.
The oleetion on Thursday. We
should have some statements f'om can
dlidates as to their platform. The town
doos not want to move backward.
Our thanks are due and tendered Mr.
Thos. W. Kcitt for a basket of as nico
Irish potatoes, second crop, as we have
over seen. They wore large and ex.
- Mr. G. W. Summer and Mr. C. U.
I)avis declined to be canidates for al
dorinen from thoir wards and thank
their friends for suggesting their
Rev. G. A. Wright, Col. Jno. R.
Leavell and Dr. James McIntosh, Mr.
W. H. Hunt and Mr. M. Werts are
delegates to the Baptist convention
which meet- in Rock Hill tomorrow.
Mr. W. R. Stark, who has for tho
past while been managing the stock and
cotton exchange of W. A. Potterfield,
has opened up in a branch ollice in
Newberry, S. C. It is not fully known
whether Mr. Stark will go to Newber
ry, or not.-Concord, N. C.. Standard,
Please examine the date on the label
opposite your name on your paper and
see if you have the proper credit for
any payment you have mado on your
subscription. We have endeavored to
credit ev'erybody who has paid us but
we do sometimes make mistakes, and
if you will notify us promptly we will
gladly make the correction.
Who Candidates for Thursday's Primary.
Tne following are the names of those
who have signed the pledge and will be
voted for in Thursday's primary:
For Mayor: H1. 11. Evans, G. A.
WVard 1: Jno. WV. [Earhardt, M. A.
War'd 2: Rl. D). Smith, James J1. Lane.
Ward 3: W. F. Ewart, T. 10. Epting.
Ward 4: J. HI. Wicker, J1. WV. Watts,
W. A. Young.
War'd 5: Jno. M. Taylor.
Cheap lRate, to Chareton,.
For the occasion of Gala week in
Charleston the Southern Rail way has
announca1 special low rates, and those
who anticipate a visit to the city lby the
sea will miss one of the greatest leaCs
ures of the trip if they fail to go by
way of the Southern road. 'rickets
e put on sale December 13, 16l,
limited for return passage
17, and 0th Inclusive, for one
fare for the round trip-'5. 75.
For the same occaiion tickets will b(
-odbyti rain tiate 14th ad 1 tc
bor 18th at the foliowinlg rates: Chap:
pols $4.10; Old Town, $3.90; Silyce
Stcet $3.90; Helena, $3.90; Newberry,
$3.70; j)rosperIity, $3.50; P'omaria, $3.50.
J. A. JBURT'ON. Agent.
..singin sku~tlo" IFridmay Nile.
Mister JedeCdiah~ Bobbin wants it,
kcnon thet it haint his falt he haint
teachini the skuic as the operay house
next Friday nito fur the Lut,heran
church fokes, he wanted to mity bad
but Mrs. Bobbin said he haint, an hc
haint. Ted says that he iz jest, as glad
fur a lot or sides sp)lit, in Kulumbiaover'
lallin an tbey skires. him so wvhen they
p)opped thet when ho found the skollers
here waz wvuss at cutin up, thin they
waz thair'. He said Mayeor lvins would
hey the hole okul in the kalaboose. An
so Mrs. B. cud go it on her own hook
an she iz gein to go it, or bust,, and if
she don't hey a croud taint her falL.
The admishum iz only 25 sents in t,he
gallarcy, 35 sonts down stahi's in the
back. Kids 15 sonts. Best sects close
up 50 sonLs whych kan be bot at Mister
ShelLz's Jeolr'y Store az fur ahed azi
Thursday jist after the Rusters cr'o.
The D)iscovery of the Da~y.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist
of Shreveport, La,, says: "Dr. King's
New D)isoovery is the only thing that
cures my cough, and it is the best selier
I have." .1. F. Campbell, merchant of
Maff ord, A riz., writes: "D)r. King's Newi
Discovery is all that, is cilimed for it;
it never fails, andl is a sure cure for
consumptIon, Coughs and Colds.
cannot say enough for its merits." D)r,
King's New Disenvery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds Is not an ex.
perinent. Itii's been tried for-a quar
ter of a century, andI today stands al
the head. It, never disappoints. 1 'rem
trial bottles at, Robersom & Gilder':
You will find a fine d isplay of H oisci.y
Kerchiefs and Neck Ware at
S Attentin Newberry Lodge K. of 1.
A speclal meeting of the Lodge will
be held tonight at 7.30 to hear the re
port of the committee on the purchaso
of regalia for conferring the amplified
third, to consider the communication
of Grand Chancellor Heyward and to
confer rapks. It is a very important
meeting and every member is earnestly
urged to be present.
E. H1. AULL, C. C.
T. E. Epting, K. of R. and S.
Rev. Dr. Volgt 1its Resigurd.
Rev. Dr. A. G. Voigt, professor in
the Theological Seminary at Newberry,
has handed his resignation to the Board
of Directors to take effect at the close
of the session in June next. 1- has ac
cepted a call to the pastorate in Wil
mington, N. C.
Dr. Voigt is a scholarly gentleman,
and has nany friends in Newberry who
will regret to have him leave us.
Tho . J. Claytou Dend.
We have reeived information from
Washington, 1). C., of the death of
Thos. J. Clayton in that city on No
venber 23. Clayton will be remember
ed in Newberry in the days prior to
1876 as a prominent negro politician
and candidate for clerk of court. He
has been living in Washington for sev
eral years where he has at various
times hold government Postions.
A Progreamivo Teather.
Mr. J. 13. O'Neall Holloway who was
in to see us last Saturday, is one of the
imlost progressive teachers in the St.ate.
He is principal of Pine Grove Aca
demy in which typewriting and steno
graphy are a part of the regular course.
In addition to this advanced course, he
has arranged for a series' of monthly
lectures before his school, by promi
nent men from different parts of the
Judge Wzlar will lecture next month
and he will he followed by President
Woodward or the South Carelina Col
lege and by Prcsident Cromer of New
The above is from the Orangoburg
Patriot of recent, date. As Prof. Hollo
way is a native of Newberry ai(d lived
among us a good many years wo are
glad to note the success lie isattaining.
Such schools as his ore needed in the
For County Expenses.
A few issues ago we printed the pro
ceedings of the county commissioners
and stated that the, had recommended
a levy of four mills to meet ordinary
expenises and to pay something on) past
indebtedness; one-half mill is to be
used for paying past indebtedness and
will have to be levied for several years.
The secretary of the board, Mr. I. C.
Singley, has sent us the estimate for
expenses as made out by the board and
forwarded to tho Comptroller General.
It is at follows.
Estinate for county expenses of New
berry county for 1Iscal year commenc
ing ist January, 1898, with total taxa
ble Droperty $4,843,227.
County auditor $ 400.00
(County comn. and clerk salary 7(00.00
Supervisor salary '750 00
County treasurer comm anissions
(for county and school only) 550.00
County board of equilizabion '75.00
Juray, wittess and conlstable
Clerk of court. 250.00
Magistrates and cone tables 1500.00
Poor house and poor 800.00
Rep)air on roads and bridges 4250.00
lHooks, stationery and printing 200.00
Contingent expenses 175.00
Public olics 250.00
Post mortem, exam inating luna
tics and conveying same 250.00
Court, house ,100.00
Interest on Lt. R. bonds 1500.00
Phlysician and attorney 175.00
Superintendent, edurcation 700.00
.. M. ScinUMPrn,
A ttest,: Mupervisor.
(lerk of I loard(.
Ilucle,,'s Arnica Salve.
The best Salve ini the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rhieumi,
F'ever Sores. Tetter, ('happed Hands(1,
(Chilbiains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tions, and positively cures Pies, or no
pay required. It.is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refundfed.
Price 25 cents per' box. lPor sale by
Robertson & Glider.
A lot of first-class Pants at one-half
of former prices at JTamieson' s.
Zeigler Brmos. line Shoes for Ladies
and Misses. Latest style.toes and lasts
at JIaiison 's.
Th'ie 0. M. Janieson $3.00 Calf Welt
Shoes for Men has iio eqiual for style
Gloves! Gloves! Of all grades, shades
and priices at Jamieson 's.
We Have Just Opened
A largo and handsome stock
- of Lamps, Fancy Crockery
We Will Sell
Them at very low figures and1
you will save money by pur
,chasing of us.
It Gives Us
Great pleasure to show our
- goods, oven if you don't buy.
ROBERTSON & GILDEIt,
Drnuists on tihe Corner.
Programmne for Teachers' Association Dec.
. School historlee and how I teach
them-J. S. W oheelor sid Miss Lilian
2. 'rho obligat-ions of a teacher to his
pupils-Mr. W. F%. Black and Miss
3. Query box.
4. Miscellaneous business.
Notice of Frimary Election.
Notice is hereby g iven that a primary
election to nominato candidates for the
oflices of Mayor and live Aldermen, for
the Town of Newberry, will bo hold by
the Democratic party of the said town,
on Thursday, the 2nd day of Docember,
1897, at the Council Chailbor of said
town, from 8 o'clock a. Im. till 4 o'clock
p. in., to be conducted according to
rules adopted at, the meeting of citizens
on the 23d day of November, 1897, and
by the following managers, to wit:
D. W. T. Kibler, R. L. Tarrant and
F. L. 3ynuim.
In ease no candidate for the offico of
Mayor shall receive a majorIty of votes
cast for that oflice, or in case no candi
date for the offico of Alderman at such
election, shall receive a majority of the
votes for that ollice, a second primary
election shall be held to nominate for
such ofilcos on Tuesday, 7th December,
under the conduct of the said mana
gors. J. F. J. CAr,wr..LL,
Chairmaii of EIxecutiveComnittee.
Have You Registeredt.
The Supervisor of Registrat,ion hands
us the following for publication:
Please call attention to the fact that
Monday, Tucsday and Wednesday,
December 6th, 7th and 8th, aRiO the last
days this year on which to register.
The requirements for registration will
be harder ta comply with after this
year. The undcretand!ng clause does
not apply.after 1897. After January,
1898, the applicant for registration will
be required to read and write a section
of the constitution or to own $300 worth
of property in order to become an clec
tor . Furthermore, those who register
in 1896 and 1897 arc registered for life,
while the registrat,ion certiflcates
issued after 1897 will be valid for ten
years only, that is, there will be a gen
eral re-registration every ten years,
reckoning from 1898. Urge upon all
who are qualified to become electors
and have not done so to register during
the registration days in Ducember
become registered for life.
Yours for suffrago,
A. E. P. BMDENHAU0l.
In Mien's fine Hand-mado Shoes.
There is none to surpass Lilly B3racketts
& Co's Shoe at Jamieson's.
The 0. M. Jaiieson School Shoe for
NIlisses and children wears like iron.
Try a pair, they will give satisfaction.
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. H1. L.
Parr died at the home of ira. C. F".
lloyd on Sunday and was buried in
The Mount Lebanon Shakers have re
cently p)erfectcd an ingenious cur'o for
dyspepsia. Their D)igestive Cordial
conlsists of a food alr'eady digested1 and
a dligester' of foods hapj'iI,y combiined,
Thie imnportance of this invention will
be0 appreciated whoa we realiz.e what~ a
prop)ortion of the commaunit,y are vic
tims of some form of stomach i.roublcs.
Thousands of pale, thin pecople have
litt,le inclination to eat, and what t,bey
dO eatt causes t,hem pain and distress.
This Digestive Cordial of the Shakers
corrects any stomach dcrangemnent at
once. It makes thin pieol pluimp,
'I'cry one will be great,ly interested to
read the lit.tle book whichi has beent
placed in the hands of druggist,s for
What is L~AxoL? Nothing buit Caus
t,or' Oil miade as palatable as honey.
Chiildiren hike it.
WE HALVE FOUND IT.
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cure any case of
chill or fever.
Robertson & Gilder,
Drutggists on the Oor'ner'.
STATE OF SOUTH IcARiOIN A,
COUJNTY OF NEWBERRY
IN PROliATE COURT.
Henry 0. H enson in his own rightl and
as Admainistrator, etc., Plainiii i,
againast H. HI. Henson et al, Defend
Y OR0R1O T1H E COUlJ OF'01
Proboto for Newberry County, by
an order herein passed November 8th,
1897, I will seil at public outcry at,
Newberry court house ini said State on
Maleaday in Decembter, 1897, the follow
ing lands of .Jeruishia A. IIenson, (de.
ciease, to idc in the paymweut of' debats,
to-wit: That plIantat ion of land ' coni
taining eighit-eigh t (88) acres, more or
less, bou dled bly lamnt of P. L. John.
ston, S. P. Mc('racke-'i John WV. Scott
and others. Also t hat plaainttIon of
land containing one hun ad red and six
ty-two (162) acres, miorr or less, in
Coun ty and State aforesaid, bounded
by C. N. & L~ Raliroad, Estate of J1. J.
Re~eder, J. A. Dotilnick, W. W. Sum,
mersr and ot hers. Tllhis land1( wvil hih
sold in three tracts. Also thant planita
tioun of land lyinig aiad being altunate
in saidi County sand State contasin
lug one hundred (1010) acres, imore or
less, bounded by l'inds of E. F. Rumdd,
Amaeti Brooks Fulmxer, D)r. A. A.
Madden andmit thers, aid kniowni as the
"'Whiite Place."' Plats of saId land are
oan fie iaa thle (iflire of I lie Judge of Pro
bate for Newberry.
Tlermrs: Onae-t hi rd cash, balanca in
one iand two equal annaual installmeiuts
with Interest on eaich inastallmrent from
day of salhe withi leave oif piurchaser to
pay all cash) Credit port ion to lie se
(!ur<d bIly a I.. .nd of the hurchaser anid a
muortgage oft the p)remaises sold(. Pur
chaser to pay for papers.
W. WX. HODG0E8,
J. P'. N. U.
. Nov. 10th, .1897.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TIE NEWd Oke A LIVE AND PRO
[Speol Correspontdonce Ierald and News,
Mr. A. C. Jones, the traveling one
Is in town today.
Tbo Prosperity Stock Co. have re
ceived their stock of hogs for the fal
killing, and puddings and sausages will
be all the go as soon as it gets colh
The cotton growers of No. 9 mot it
the masonic hall horo on Saturday,
Mr. I. T. C. Hunter, uemnty organizer
presided a:d was olected chairman
aind A. II. IKoln Secretary. Mr. Hun
tir stated the object of the meeting
and read a letter from Mr. John T.
Itoddey. The meeting was heartily it
sympatly with the object and aim of
the Association and Mr. Roddoy. Dole.
gates wero elected to attendi a county
meeting at Newberry on sale day ita
December. Delegates: Dr. G. Y,
Hunter, N. B. Wheeler and A. 11.
Rev. 14. H. Kohn and Mr. Ambro.so L.
Henkel, of New Market, Va., are visit
ing Mr. A. 11. Kohin, of our town,
These gentlemen have been in attend
ance- upon the Ttennese Synod at
New Brookland, just across the river
from Columbia. Itev. Kohn has not
been here for four years, and is visit.
ing his mother and brother. It is Mr.
HLenkel's filrst visit.. lie eXI)cCts to vis
it Newberry and see the Collego vd
the new church.
The Dramatic Club1 is getting ready
for an exhibition Christmas tines,
Their play will amuse all.
Tihe ladies of Grace Church and the
M issionary Society observed last, week
as a week of prayer. Thie attendance
was very good, and much interest wias
aroused ii the cause of missions.
Our colored citizens have begun
their usual moving stampede.
Again we have the pleasaut duty to
perform of announcing the happy union
of two of our most popular young peo
ple. On Thanksgiving day Mr. M'dgat
B. Kibler was married to Miss Lucy
Elmore. This was a true thanksgiv
Ing time to them, and we extend the
congratulations of The Herald and
Hawkins Br.os. have branched out
andi are now loing a banking and col
lectiol busilless ii coilnectionl With
their cotton andI general merchandise,
M r. J. L. Wise returned last Thurs
day from Tennessee with a carlord of
hogs. Ie says he tried to got huis av
erage, and all he asks for them is 41c
a pound. A pound of cotton will buy it
pounld of pork, and why shouldn't we he
Mr. 'dItor, what, do you think of ef.
fort to control the product of the South.
oii cottoni planter.
Mlany thanks for your kild wordH
against the Calhoun hotel suicide
Keelp your columns clean and the miloth
ers into whose families your journa
goes will thank you for it, and-'ou wil
have the consciousness of knowing tha
in the biattle of iife you ever aided al
that was good and r'aisedl your vo0ic(
against the evii. Continue to do st
and yours wvili be the reward.
l( A Y.
We on'er One Itundredl l)ollars rewn'-d to
an.13 case of (lnt .t1rihu hatannot be enedb
111al's 1al 01:1h Cure. -cib
1". J1. Cil ISY & Co . Toledo, 0.
Wie. the underh.1igned .havwe kniownt F. J1
('heney for the last.1i5 yCeni , nndto 'l e' tve jbin,
pierf'cly hionorabie in aill hutstneiss, tranisac
101 ITon ad initliy nli to carry out, amI
obligations made b.v Itc'lr fim.
Wra't. & Trunx, Wh'lolesale lirnggists,
's oledo, 0.
WValdin1g, KIn nati & Marvin.
I hall's (atathn C'ure is takeniIi hutnly, net
ing dir etly upont tihe b ond anduc mulconI. 1ur
fatces of ihe sys4temIl. Text imii s .5ent1 free
l'rice 75c. per botle. lbold by ail ldrugglsts.
Dry Goods, Ctothing,
t ,~ and Shoes
IT know thiat wvh ile the price o
VTcott,on is low it1 i more imp iort
anit t,hanti ever for* yon t,o buy the
goods thaIt you iieed for the Fali
antd Winier at, tight pri'ces. Wi
have l.akenii 1. conis'deration th<
low prico of cottotin i marig 01
goods, and1( itsk you when ini ncC
of nv ih ing in the nu ove lintes, t(
enl on us,i and~ 111we wVill satve yoi
from J0 to 25 Per cenit,. SatisIac
tion guIaranlt.eed or' money) re
3HOIC'S*-We have a well sclecte<
k. stok ofiin's, Ladies', MI isses
anld Children's Shoes, andl eaI
very safely apply the savinrg of li
to 25 pCer cent. on all purlchases0 hi
the Shoe linle. Stock all Ifresh anc
new from tihe factory.
[NLLTII NG--- In Mens', Boy's an<1
UChildreni's Ciot,iing, we ihave
niIce hinet, and1( we' canl prove to yoi
thait 011r pi'ces ate lower that
1 IC Y GOOD1S Our line of Drz"
Goods, Notions, ilosiely. Glove
and "urnlisin rg G00(ds is full and
alttrat,ive, and1( best of all - V I.it'3
TTAT S-- - Ask to see outr $1 stitl' anm
A A. soft Hatts. They are beauties..
Standar~d Prints, 4 and 5c01e yd
A tndrloscogan Hieach, (Ic; .1-4 Sheet
ing, 4e.; extra heavy grade. 5c.
a big lot, of Outings, 4e., 5e., 8k an'
I0e. 1per yardl. Best, chiecke<
TNDICtl W I'Alk--In Underwear fo
...the winter we have Ia comnplete
stock for Ladles and Gentlemeli
- and1 will sell it ver'y cheap.
IR/Come and see us often.
4Jonecs & Copoland's old stand, tnoN
dootr to Savings Bank, Newberry, S. (
T 0 LI,VY A SP1CIAL TAX OF
two and one-half mille, in accord
anco with an Act of tho Genoral As
ieibly of tho Stato of South Carolina.
entitled "An Act to authorizo all cities
and towns to build, eqilp and operato
a fystem of Water Works and Belctrio
Lights and to issuo bonds to moot tho
cost, of same," approveii the 2nd day of
SECCTION 1. 11o it ordained by the
SMayor and Aldermen of the Town of
Newberry, 8. U., In couioll assembled
and by tho authority of t,ho same, Thakt
ia speelial tax of two Iud on1-half mills
oil tho dollar of ua property (excopt.
the property of c1urces an institu
tions of leaning) within the corporvate
11hnlts of tho Town of Newherry bu anI
tho samllo is hereby lovied tnd or-dored
and re<Jired to be aid into1 th1. e tr1eVlt
m.,%y of the sawl towin, to provid the
mtatis wherewit.h to papi ad discharge
the interest and Olne-fortileth of the
prilcipall of tho inds issued for the
purp)oso of hilding and equipping a
system of Wit.er Works and N'lctric
L ights for said town.
SI-i. 2. That the said specil tax
heroin loyied shall be collected itt the
Huameo tillm the gono-ali taxes of the said
Town of Newblrry atre Collectud.
S 3e(. T. That. the Clerk anld Tretsircr.
of said town shaltl enter each and every
amillount of molley r-eceived under the
levy of the speelial tax hercin provided,
In his books of acount,, under a separ
ato accouiit., anid ie 111oney so rectived
shall 110 applied to aIny other purl-pose
than LI1C payLe10nt of the llinterest, an1d
principla of said bonds.
Smu. 41. That the said CIerk and
Troiasuror shall include In his itiual
staitemen101t, aid sh1al 1li bliSh thIereWith,
each yeu- at selmat.o statement of the
mIilount retli.ed by the special tax
herciln levied, anild( of its applicat.ion.
slex. 5. hat, tlis Ordinance shall bo
atn( cont.inic, of froro every year ur
11ng forty years niext sutceveding tho
ih,4 i da,y of .january, \ 1). one toiiou
sand ight. hundr-ed andl'.1 nilety-scy'l,
unlescts sooner repeal(W.
Donlel and raitilled 11uttele the vo-poIat.t
S!Itl1 of Lho Town of Newhurr,
ISA i Sout.h Crtol iina, on) th is the :.lh
(ay of Septemibr iWj.
A'r' ie-r: 11. LI. ICVA N'.S, ! or
C. A. BOWMAN, C. & T. T. C. N.
0 NO RAIS[. Sil 11'Li NS 10Ot To\.rWN
. pur-poseis for u.1e lisca l yeart enaiig
Deeember 31s., 1897.
130 it ordanlled )y t.he Nlayor anifud
Aldenmti of the Town of Newherry,
S. C., in conncil assembled and by I.e
ati.lority of the stme.
SIC'ON 1. ''hat, a Lax of Sixt.y Cents
on eatch Ono hiud l-cid elollars worth ol
real and porsionl pwopertiy (except. IIe
prohpr, of chjjI-chec" andl(I isliStiulltionl.s
of leat'lirnn ) Is her-eby levio( d a tshu
be paid into t.hm 'I'Ieasur1 Of smid Town.
Nw,. 2. 'T'hat, ihe ita s h rvin levied
sh1111 bo paid to lhe (elork m 11 T1easu-r
of said Town, in) lawhul mIlonleY of thit
IJlited States, froi the Ist ,d .'Y (of No
vembiie to tham ist, (aty of 6ecember,
Done and rai.ilied 1111de. th1e corpor11v
s l1 If stid 'I'own this t.he 2710.
|I'iA1.] (d ' (if Sop,.1111l r, 1897.
C. A. 110W.\ AN, C. & '. ''. C. N.
MV. Ferst's Sons Co.,
T. Q. BOOZER, Agi,,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Will sell you Whis
key, Rye and Corn,
at 50 per cent. re
duction- Pure whis
key at reduced
prices. Now is your
time to buy. Only
the pur'est stock to
be sold at such re
M. Ferst's Sons Co.,
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
I hav 11 ~cured110( a1 first,-elass8 w~orkmanlili
In p)lumb111ing and1( electric wouk. I will
be ready3 to d1o any)3 kind1( of work in
abIove 00ranches8 wh1en t,he ,im 31 omesi10.
1I hall stive' to please8311 in every~ waly,
and ever'y job) mulst give satisfat,ion.
WVIIl be please8d to muatke est.imates0 free
gratis. 1 am11 fully equipp1edJ((l to do
ECam1el intg, Iri ng.I3J, 'Vulcan.)1iig,
Tur'llning and0( all other I h)ilyel 13work.
keepl a finll suppl o~'Y(f bicycle s13undries.
Stoves by the (ear 1. atl, lrices.
I hav recei0001ved many.13 ind1( favors
from the people1 of Newberr-y in the
past.8, for whichb 1 a1.n Lru ly gratteful.
1 askC for 11 Lila ini thts net w1 . 11. In-a e
of my1 busuiines
N OT1 CIC l' 1 IlillI-lY Cl VI-N
I.ha t,hL 113Ilooksouf I tegIstrat,ipnri
the Tlowni of Newhleurry, S. C., are now
open1, and1( theu un ider.slgnd as(1 Super1 )0
vis8or of 1 egist-ration) fori sil Town,
will keep ad ok open 3eery (1ay
>f. m). unt).il and1( includinig the 1st day 0o
Supervisor (If 1Lcogstrationi.
Septmbe i , 1897,
My store is run in the interest Qf
all the people who givo me a share
4f their business, and my idea is
not, how much I can make out of
them, but how little I can chargo
thom and yet realize a small profit
out of my sales. In this sense it is
,Tho 'eoples' Store, where they
can come fooling that they will rc
velvo th lt most, iberal treatment at
my hands. I believe they have
appreciated what I havo alrady
(oio fort thoti his fall and will tako
a1vautage of the low priees thit I
will offer m1y litook for the alaie
of 1897. My store and annex Is
crowded wit.h desirable goods that
I havo bought for the Decemler
tirade, mid herie you will Mid
$10,000 Worth of
Boots and Shoes
ait, viose onl to whiolesatle prices.
The Niereliant. t,h Iarimer, tho
mel'thaiit, lt) Factory People:
EvOerybody-ll i til ad poor. receive
tlie samile trelltiile t, at, ily store,
ieanse it, is nit t.ie storo of one
chiss, blt, Ih 'eople's plamn to
hluV. I fix the price and tihe whole
t.ownl trios f'oimeot it: hevause t,hey
1(11(x W whnIl a prieo is Im1ado by mile
It ih- le lowest.
We have vevy desirable things for
Ties and Scarfs,
In order to he ahead of the boyp,
we have comiing for the Christiilas
trid. rl.ci or tutsos's latest,
I198 Springi Styles in stit and soft,
haec aid cilored 1ats for our
ty store ik fast.bocomlting it )epart
ill, Store. Youl can ni Iiow buy Il
mloSI, any1t hing, youl Wanlt, 1.r,11ut,
Hido of Igroveries, anId I hopo to
have t,bo stook rIeduied enough by
.lainI)IIIIy Ist. to4 reil it, a ittonee with
i inmuenilinioiln (if S41ring (Goos(.
I have seenrid the exlusive sa1l
of TheStainad 'itiateriis, aid thinik
Of piut,tig it I M llinery. If You
have not joined the0 IuIIIer who
ar savit) 10 toH2O per ent. on all
1,11-1-elv l ch es, it will paly youl 14
A. C. JONES,
Newherry, S. (I., Nov. 30, 1897.
Thee -01ot of thIinIgs in)
a1 Jewelry1 IV toreI that doun't
Lo0ts ofI smlf I art istic a rticles
su)ital)e for' XmaIIs pre'Lsents
ofn uless you saw them11.
We hnvo at beau1 i tiulI line of
sinal I N ovelties at e~xtrecmely
You can1l comie anld spend( a
pleasant111 1hour inI looking
aIround1 at our) stock( alid buty
EDIUA RD) SCILOLTZ,
- - :TO : -
CH AR LESTON!
ONE CENT A MILE.
AND LA8TS ONE WEEK.
Theii isplady or Firowvorks bly Pain
wmi be theu lin1est' e itoon ini the
ucninrg att Watgoner's P1ark, Stato H ose
ItooIl Conitest, T.1rades Display, A
.FatatHic Patradol, Firemnr's P a
Batt,le oni Coulouuial Latke, Concerts.
Diliy, Aimusomenits. 1vory where.
A WVAItM WIE1LCOME TO ALL.
boheae,da Enatish Diamtond lran&.
g Aehe*.caegRgis D e.'