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E. H. AULL, EDTOr.
A UAPPY NEW YEAt.
We extend the greetings of tho sea
son to all our friends and readers
and hope this may be a happy and pros
porous year to them. Thero are rea
sons why we believe this is going to be
a good year for buiness. E,verybody
is at present complaining at the low
prico of cotton and the searcity of
money. Tlis began early in the fall
and a lot of people began economizing
It, will be remembered that when cot
ton in '94 went oven lower thani It did
this year that the following year was t
good business one. The trouble just
now is that wo were looking for good
prices this past fall and in the summer
when the crop was promising as to yield
the promise for a fair )iICO was also
good. - We have not yet rallied from
-Hope springs eternal in the human
breast, the poet tells us, and it is well
that it does, for without it th"Is wotld
be a dreary world. Let us then hopo for
better things, but remember always
that hoping alone will not bring t,hem.
We must go to work to reach the do
The burning at Pomanria of Col. H1ol
loway's gin houso was a very mallelous
deed, and we hopO that the guilty party
Or partios may be apprllhended and
brought to justice. There have been
other ugly and malicious deels perpe
trated in this section of the county and
if )eOpOle will not behavo of their own
account the strong arm of the law
should be brought to play to make ex
amples of offenders.
Col. Holloway has been a light to
this section and should not have an
enemy in this community, for we feel
sure ho has done no one harm.
Our Pomarla correspondent says the
burning was supposed to be d]one "by
somo one for pure meanness." There
should be some way to put a stop to
Our neighbor at Prosperity, the Ad
vertiser, has changed hands. In the
last issue we are told that, Mr. Thorn
well Haynes has bought the material,
good will. etc., and he assumes editorial
cha3rge. Mr. WItherspoon writes his
valedictory. We wish the now editor
the greatest success.
A happy New Year to all.
Our publie schools re-opened this
morning with good at tondance.
Miss Derrick has gone to S1ycamore,
CoIlle !. Cealty. to teach school.
Miss Daisy Whalley paid a Ilying visit
to her sister's Mrs. )r. )unn's last
Misses Floyd and lilanche Aull spent
a few days of last week with their cousin
Miss (!ussIo Werts in Mt. Pilgrim
Mr. D). W. Kinatrd, w~ho had boutght
out Mr'. D). A. Livingston, has sold his
store house anmd lot, (of goods to .10ohn A.
Summe r,.Jr.. formerly one of D). Hfipp's
salesmenCl. "J1ew"' Is ai "huistler'' and
w~'ill push t.l hings along.
Mr. Walter Holloy and familly of
Fairfield Count.y spent a few days last
week wit,h Mi rs. Hi.'s brothers and sister
and friends of both.
A Christmas tree wits given to the
children at Central schlool house on
Christmas eve by parents and friends.
We attended'( on this occaslin 51nd can
praise It as one of as nicely gotten upl
things of the kcind its wo ever saw.
Many ni1co and valuablo gifts wore
given to both scholars and friends.
Essays suitable for thle thne wer~e road1
by some of the pupils, which miarkedl
muilch improvement since our' last visif,.
All praiise to Priof. W. L. Moats. Mtusic
by Mossrs. Aull and Risor' wa dis
pensed to the delight of all plresent.
We hope to 1h0 present, againi next,
Christmas, and hope there will be an
We were very fortunate in being one
of tihe guests at the beaut iful marriage
of Mr. Ludio A. Sheely to Miss Maggie
E. Hipp oni Wednesday, D)ecember 22,
1897. The knot was securely t.ied by
Rey. J. A. Sligh. The bridal c!oule
and attendants walked into the beauti
fully decorated parlor, umnder~ the strain
of a march, p)layedl by Miss Mary Hope)
on tihe organ and by Mr. Mike H-opc on
the guitar. Tho' atteindants wereo as
follows: Mr. E. S. Sheehy and Miss Net
tie Aull. Mr. Clarence Btmndrick and
Miss Kate Swvygert, Mr. WV. C. IHipp
and Miss Anna Aull, Mr. .J. C. Shuler
anid Miss Reblecca Counts, Mr. Albert
F. Riser usher. The dinmner was simu
1p13 "aw ful." WVords are inadequate
to tell you how much and how good It
was. We hope to be invited to another
50oon, not too romote from homo)1.
On last Tuesday night, about 1 o'clock
an utnOoup)ied tenant hlouseon M r. Jo.
B3. Boedenbaugh's Chapman plaee was
burned down. Suuposed to be incen
diary. No Insurance.
Col. T1hos. WN. Holloway lost. his gIn
house, 15 bales of cotton seed and abott
3 or 4 bales of cotton Saturday moring
about 3 o'clock by lIre. 'Tho supposi
tion is that it was (lone by seome ono0 for
The Pomaria Ruleos arec making prep
arations for a shawm battle, to be fought
Saturday evening Januairy 22nd, at tils
plade. The publie is cordially Invited
to see it,. This company is 38 strong,
and with the reserve will make you
think war is going on. No charge for
-admission. Eiverything free,
Jan. 3, 1898. MAY.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE NEWS OF A LIVIC AND PRO.
(Speolal Correspoudenco Ilerald ad Newe I
4-Invo you subsoeibed for Tho Herald
SolicAor Thos. S. Sense and wife: of
Spartanbu;w Ire visit.ig in our towi.
Tio will also .-!t Is parents.
Dr. J. W. Wess'er, of t ho Cork-of
Lexington and tirst, honor -.'pointeo
from the South Ciarolina' kl edical Coi
logo to tbe hospital, was on 4 lying
visit to the llp-country and stopped ove,
hero for a couple hours Priday.
Mr. Jno. Watt Kirkpattick is hoie
froin Eraskinte College for t.he holidays.
A number of the Nowherry College
boys Callo home to Spend Christinus.
They have all gone back this week.
Newberry is fortunato in h1aving 110
small-pox scare to keep her students
away. It is reported that the city of
Greenvillo Is free from it now and Rock
Hill's One Case is well, anI1d thit is tho
end of It now. So mote it be.
Last Th iiday c euving abou t -1 p. iml.
the evy of firo was heard Oi tile streets
and It was learniied that, a i nt 1%ihusm
on Mi. It. f. Stoudemayer's plceo was
burning. Many of our citizens went, at
one to the rescue. Being near Mr.
Stoudemayer's houso he was the
first o1 t,ero, Mr. Capers following
closely. It, was known that Venio
Spence had gone OiT and locked her
two children lin the house, and it, wats
thought that the cry "coie Ilere" was
hourd by some. lr.. Stoliderlillyer
broko li the door with i x, but was
cut off from ilenteriig by the ilames
rushing out. Ie broko open two win
dows but failed to Mind tho childreni,
who had become still by tills tile. Ile
pulled much of the bedding off one
bed, thinking tey had probably gotten
into tile bed. It was found after the
firo that one had crawled under the
bed. They had in all probability suf
focated before ho reaelhed the house.
Tle mother had just returned with
themn from Newberry, and had gono off
a short, distance to a nleigibmor's holls
and locked them in. The oldest was 4
Or- 5 yeaIrs old, the other about, 2. She
was ill the habit of leaving themi in
tills wiay, am several personls have told
in they have seen them lying atL the
eat hole in th1e (oor aild pctqing oult at
passersby. One woml.an1 says once as
shel) was paitn41g by ihe little boy, think
I_ng it was h)is mother, Cnlled her to
come and give the bab)y soiet.hinig to
eat, it was hungry. This is seveni or
eight, personls bitilieIued du111ng tle piast
year or t,wo and nearly all inl the saime
wiy. When will the colored people
learn-l1 not to leave their (hildren olole
locked inl Ci. house with tire. We v1.ri
Iy belielve it is g tol 131 t I.4 1 h n
evil i at lier 1 should he some stat.uti
enaietient, ill regaitrd to it if 0jere is
none. \Vhat a terrible fato for the
poor, helpless Child1en, and whLt re
morse for that, mother. Will others
profilt by 11m1 aW ful experielco.
O.Iur town. was somiowhalt takeni by
sur'pise oni last, Wednesday whien thiie
Advertiser made it.s appearanee w it aI
ne0w name11 at it,s mas11theadl(. Th'le valc
d ic.ory of Mr'. WVit herspoon announ1ned
that, t11 h l'ress Co. had1( sold t he press,
t,yp)e, etc., and he had sold the b,ooke,
subsciptioni list., etc., to IProf. Th'Iorn
well Hlaynes who would edit. It in the
fuituro. Pr'of. H aynes' salutatory was
short, and1( poin1ted. I 10 maide n1o proml
ises, but, would (do hiis best. We shall
1 'rof. 'i'nest M\er'chant and wife, of
WVhi tilir1es, h1ave0 been3 visit,ing thei
mladlami's paren ts at. LItt,le lou ntaain
and friends and1( relat,lvos ini PrIosper
Mr's. JT. 1. L"ellers has beeni visit,ing
tile famllily of our' towsmian, L. S. IHow
Rev. iHobt. Aoul ware eamon upi Wed
ne'sday on1 a visit to Is mlother and11( rel
ativyes, HIe broughit, Airs. I ouliware
withl himi. Old fiend, accept, 01(1 coil
grat.ulat,lons for a long, happy and use
fuil life In the Mfas'ter's work.
MI's. TPhyra t"cngle, of Salalda cou nty,
has been inI 0111 townI visltig relatives.
Paul F'engle, an eniteirprisinig young
mlerchiant of D)eans, Saludla counlty, wias
ill town 2a coup)le) days the plast week.
Messi's. 13 U.Luthier & Co. have ini
thoir Cari of fine muItles and are (domi1
eIled In thirl no0w statbles onl Cent,re
Mr. A. G. WVise r'eturnied from St.
Louis oii the 23d, but- is stock was de
layed in Atlanta onl acco(lunt of t he hiol
1(day3s until M ondcay. Tn'iis, together
with his vallciationi, kept,11 Oilo tile
go all the .imo. He is aLlright now and
will p)leaso you ini a trade.
Mr'. J. S. HIairre has gone to bialuda
C. Hi. and( will take care of tIle interest
of the Pr'osper'ity Stock Co. at that
poIut,. Johni is a good hiorse Imn and
pr'ides i mself Oii 11is abilIty to do bus
Mr. A. G. WViso left Saturday for'
Johnsons11 and 10dgeflld C. H in thIn
intorest of Is com11paniy.
M isses Crozia Welceh and ICssio FeI
lors of Newborry are' visiting the famii
lies of Messrs. L,. S. Hiowers and 10. WV.
Pr'of. R. C. Counts, of Saluda, lhas
been1 over' spenidinig the holidays wit,h
is paren1ts anid - -
We note what you say about, a toue
phone11 line and ar'e gladl to see it, but,
we hmave givon upl aill hopo0 of such a
conience 010. We trieitd once to intelr-I
est, our1 peop)le, but, they wouldni't, en
thuiso worthi a cent on the telephonle
suibjee,.. Wo believe thlat a fair' divi
dend could be mlado on aline from hlere
to Newberr'y if some one wouIld build1(
it. Wo would like to speak to a gen
wkrlti?g, but alas! ulackaday. Never
mind, its coming yet.. See if It don't.
Thero will be soveral new warehoiu
es erected In town t,his year on the U.,
N. & L. R. H. Kohn & Co., J. L. & A.
G. Wise, HILawkis 1ros. and perhaps
xythers. They are getting ready for the
INlisses Era D)avis and Blanche John- r
4on and Nit. Nillam Davis, of Laurels
:! -uity, havo been visiting the familles
f -MPsss. I1ayne H(awkhis amd Geo.
Mr. .as. Derrlick iats retulried from
,t visit to th;o parelital roof in i4airliield
IIs. Fraik Sclhm i pert. was in town
liday on her- way to attend.lI the r-ecep
"on to her brother, who lad just lead
t hea;Iutifull bridle to hymeni's altar.
Mliss Niniile flunter. (;f St.. Luke's.
has been visitinlg her sister, Nl-s. 11n111
Le anlI Lanie of oti townt.
'TLe Proq)perity Lodge A. P. and A.
M. hid a idelightful hot supper. on last.
onday which wits 1tinch enjoyed by all
Ily invitation the Corr"spondents of
the Adver.Liser Imlet, at, the holne of Mr.
). iT. Witlelrspooll Oil Saturday to
1-artake of a new yeal, (ine anet. ld tho
grood Cheer to which they sat down will
ong be remnemlberedJ by aIl whose good
lotn1 it wits to b there.
The bells are still ringing,.ding dong,
(ling (1011g. This tlime it was inl the St.
ILukes connmunity. Nir. Irhy I1armon
and Miss Nanne Morris weie married
on the 26th, at the Luthorai par-sonago
by Rev. (.o. S. B3eardel. \Wo extend
congrt,ulati ions to this happy couple.
Old 11anti KIaIy kIIows wltt it iS to get I
Wife ulnder, dilolculties, it any 0one dos,
and he always hits a tender spot for
all thoso who have to go through the
We were itade to smile auld laugh
outright the other day when we read
that tbe grand Old city of Charleston
had appiropriated $1,500 to the Citadel
Acai(lemy oil condition tbat the State
of South Caroliait continueld its appro
priation of $20.000. Now if you lon't
we shout. 'I his puts us in mind of the
fable of the gnat oil the bull's horn.
\Ve think we cln see the llotive hack
of this iippiropriation. If '. E. Hat
linon a11nid ott hers kop up their Campaign
of edulntiong it will take ia deal more
thai $1.500 to keep the Citadel and
".mch like' going -wate h.
Thm treat, given by the A. 1.. 1. con
gregation to tile J11venliles in theirstin
day sohool was Very much enjoyed by
all Ipr 11t al we know t.he lO 1 i1ttl eO fo)li(s
There are rumtors of several changes
in oir. town for the nlew year. ()ne is
t hat M11. I. S. Bilrgo will he slieeedi
!in tihte general mce-rchamlisu biLsiness
by Mir. A. I1. Koh1n. ir. 13. 11. Sehumli
port, has resi-gied his position wit.h
NIo'eley lh's. A nd t.here is talk of
lino)thel!r busi s hjotl)0, 1eig ojpenedI
111) very sooin. Of this, more liter.
WN'I! hir much- of the comiing toWln
of Salhda, and if she once trets a rail
road it will ill ouri. milinds he onle of the
eoinllg towns h1) miIdle Carolilia.
W\'itli the new year let t.he Orglnizer
of the Cotton Giowers Convention go
aictively to work and1( organizo every
townislipi, and1( voti ng pre~ci net, in the
State and0 'ounity and1( much goodl will
come fr'omi thei r efor't s.
Oii Saturdany NIrI. Geo. I'. C'onelly, who
hats julst, imoved to Brown and1( Aloseley's
I ooz.er phlieedL bIrought,I in) andi gave to
mue a lot (If papersO of J1. I I loff. His .s
I w(o so11. onI rttwn1in g fromh a v'isi t to
their alunlt's MIrs. SaIlter' at Helena, Dc.
7t.hi, foundto them near Rlocky branch.
His boys gave thiem to him1 and1( he
b)roughut them out anid gave them to) me1
for tihe parlt.y to whom111 t,be m3 iighlt be
long. Tihe palpers (onis1t of 'OC rcipt.
of ditferent, k ind11. A regi sLOtrato eer
ti lente, talx receipt, r'ecei pted hill s, &c.
Hie taukes it for' grated that these5 pat
peris bielong to NIlv. lI ifl wVho was robbed(
at or nea11 thiis same1 branchi01 (on Cri st
nos11 OY. T'he boys who'L founhd tile 1pa
per11s are0 alged( 1 and 17 respectIvely.
I haLve forwarded the paperPs to Mr'. J[.
II. 1.u i I, Newberry, and1( trust he maiiy
be allhe to ferret out, tihe guilty part.ies
anId bir g 11.hom to justLico at aln earoly
day. Such 1.h1 ings as highl way( rebbory
andL inlcondLirism musLt be stopped and1(
stampnied (1ut, for oince and1( for ail.
N!rs 1. 1'. WVise, (If Orangchurg (Co.,
whlo hais been 01n1a vIsit to Messrs. J. G.
1and. A. G. WVise's familils retuerned to
11e1 home1 last i.ridayt~.
VaccInat,ion has1 been on1 tihe go, anId
many113 a soro armtf is to bei founid in our
'.i'ho school resumeid wYork MondalIy
morn11in g and1 the1 younog 1(dea Is againi
Calpt,. 11. II. lmusseli is impulrovinIg and
wo trutst will be his former self agauin
M,iss MaggIo itussell will roturn to
Greenville tils week to resumno heCr
studlies at, tihe (reenville F'emale (Col
T1here lhas beets far less moving so far
thlis yeari than) usual. WXithl 5-ce'nt cot
tonl and) the loin law a bono of coniten
t.ioni anld priobalbly reeled every one
shotuldl bend1( ' il1 thir energies to ge
r'eadiy for it, should( it bo repeaIled by
hav1'inog eoough to run11 their faIrmls ani
Noticeof Filial Sctlocmcnt and l)ischarge.I
1N%TON IS II NB iY GIV'NN
that we wIll make1( aI linal settle
iment on the estalto of II. II. MaLngum,
deC (eased, in P'rot aite Courit for Now
berry Count.y on Monday, 2d (day3 of
l"ebruallry, 1898, anld immiledilately thiere
after apply for letters dismnissory as ex
eetrs oft said( estalte. All parWtiOs
ihvig cIilam gaitist sabi estate will
Ipeent same1( on or' beforo said( (late,
11md( those indebted to said estato wIll
make1( paymenilOLt by said( dalte.
.1. 1'. MANGUM?
'ID. S. M ANGUJM
Iim,tor8 RI 1t. ManIgton, Anonoad
I will bogin the New Year by inaugu
lanuary 5 and ondiig
;aturday, January 16,
Of all winter goods, at Actual 1rt
cot.. This includes
M. xx v X',0-..; XX XX XX.XXXx X
Jolored wool Dress
-oods, colored Silks,
.olored cotton Dress
3oods, Jeans, Cas
Wool Hosiery, Fancy
Dark Prints, Ladies'
,apes and Jackets,
Men's Pants, Hats,
And everything connected with the
winter stock. These prices are un
heard of before In Newberry, and
many of the goods cannot now be
bought at the prices they will be
offered at during this sale. It is
my intention to close out each sea
bon before-the season closes and
whilo the people need thern all the
surplus stock of each season, so r.,
Nice, New, Fresh Stock
to offer the trade at the lowest, cash
1wicv.s all thle time, and you can do.
iend oio it that tie people who trade
with le in 1898 w'lltget just
its mlall or Ualittl More
for their money thanu they got ainy.
where else ill Newbery.
NO GOODS NT OUT ON
durIng l tis sale. And every sale
IusL be a positive sale before it
leaves the store.
A. C. Jones,
Newberry, S. C.
ON t-THIRD OFF
We have decided @~1
not to Take Stock @
until Febuary Ist. @
...And we... @
OUR ENTIRis @
(EX[0EPT BLACK WORSTEI)S) @
At 33 1-3 per cent @
If you need any- @
Sthing in the Cloth- @
ing line, this is @
All Goods marked in
This sale means Spot
Cash to every one.
No Goods sent out on
0. M. JAMIESON,
TIhe Leader of' Low Prices,
responds readily to proper fer.
Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
from a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least 7% actual
Our books are free to farmers.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
os Nasau St.. New York.
By other Houses will evor un
dorsoll or roach-tho level of Our
and Undersell them all
Are offered goods at cost or at
half price, come to the Boo Hiyo
of bargains and you can buy tho
same goods for a more song.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors need magnify
ing glasses to see them! We
knock them blind !
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitora:
Yours at only
3 3-4c. per yard.
4-4 Shirting 5 p
Yours at only
5c per yard.
Yours at only
8Go. per yard.
Best Standard Pritas
Yours at only
Good Parched Coffee 40. per poud.
Yours at only
90c per pound.
Spood Green WsnSoffee
Yours at only
3c per pound.
Soap-Good Washing Soap
Yotirs at only
3e. per pound.
All other Goods at correspondingly low
Is wvorth twice as much at the
Behivo of Bargains.
The Fair and Squarm Dealer.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
COURT COMMON PLEAS.
R. ). Cole Manufacturing Company,
Plaintiff, against Howard Neely,
Summons for Rlief-Comnplaint Filed.
Tro the Defendant, Hloward Neoly:
YOU ARE HIERET3Y SUMMONED
adrequired to answer the comn
phlaint in this action which is fIled in
thc ollice of Clcrk of Court of Common
Pleas of County andl State aforesaid,
and to serve a copy of your answer to
the said complait on the subscriber at
and State within twenty days after the
service hereof; exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fall to answer
the comp)laint within the time afore
said, the plaintiff in this action will
apply to the Court for the rolief de
manded in the complaint.
Dated Nov. 27, A. D. 1897.
[SEAL) A. JT. GInSON. C. C. C. P.
L~AMBERT W. JONES,
Filed 29th Nov., 1897.
A. J. GInSON, CI. C. C P.
To the D)efendant, Howard Neely:
Take notice that the complaint In
the abovn stated action. together~ with
the sumumons, was, on the 29th day of
Novetuber, A. D. 1897, filed in the of
fice of the Clerk of the Court of Com-.
mon Pleas for 'Newberry County, lr
the State of South Caoolina.
LAMnER WV. JONES,
Newberry, S. C., Diec. 28, 1897.
STATE 0OF MOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWVBERRY-$
COMMON PLE AS.
Prosperity Cotton M ills, Plaint,
against Southern Water Supy
Summons' for Reolie f.
To t.he Defendant above namied:
YJOU ARE HEREBY SUMMOISD
.Land required to answer the en
plaint in this action of which a coj is
herewith served upon you, and to ge
a copy of your answer to the said >m
p)lalnt on the subscribers at their Alce
at Newberry, In said State, whini
twenty daiys after~ the service ly.cof;
exclusive of the day of such sevice;
and if yo~u fall to answer the corplaint
within the time aforesaid, t.he p ntiff
in this action will apply to thejour't
for the Relief domianded in t comn
Dated D)ecember 3, 1897.
Newherry, S. C.
M%OWERI & B3YNUI,
P-laintiffs A ttor -eys.
Tro the Defendant, South 4n Water
T1ake Notice that the Corm in t in
the above stated action, toget Iiwith
the Summons was, on the 23rd ry of
D)ecember, A. D). 1897, filed In tl offIce
of the Clerk of Court of CJommo Pleas
for Newbeurry County, in the thte of
MOW ER &iBL M,
Plaintilf's Att 'neys.
Newberry, S. C , Dec.'-23, 1 ?7.
D)o you wish a nice Suit f -Christ
mans? If so dirop In ait JamI' on's and
buy a $11.50 suit for $8.75.
An extra all-wvool Suit gun ranteed to'
vesatisfaction. at Jan on's for
A INV ITE0i
To c in and examine my.. lin
of goo I have a nice and w0
select stock of strictly hig
grade Ramber Suits in Walnu
and O A. full line of medium
and rp Furniture. Will sel
very d e/for cash.
t. ly Main Street, Newberry, S. C.
A Or Scheme!
Wh71 t make your dollars out of rubber? That's a
grea hene. Then they'll stretch, It's a pretty
hart tter to make a Five Dollar Bill stretch over a,
Ten lar purchase, and we don't promise to do that
for but, until rubber dollars are made, we'll
co'earer to it than any store you know of.
We'll SJich a. Dollar
s It itwill cover an all wool knee pants
Sqworth fifty cents more. We'll stretch four dol
] and seventy-five cents of your common silver
i ay so it will cover a splendid all wool suit to
f' >ung meil up to 19 y ears old, worth $7--tho suit
. the young man. We'll stretch $6.75 over a fancy
~ssimere Suit that ought to cost $8, and would
Ihis store wasn't here. Want to stretch your
ney ? Bring it here, and you'll think its rubber.
t&f. NEWBERRY, S. C.
'iTrs Lithia Carbonate
TOILIEVE ANY CASE0O1INDIESTIOIN IN ONE MINUTI'S
I ~TIME ORl MONEY REPUNDED,
? takeni after each Meal will Care the Worst case of Idligestion.
ead what the eminent Dr. Devaga, of Cheater, S. C., has to say of the
. have used Harris Lithia Water with the most excellentg~euIts where
lave been able to get my patrons to drink a sufficient quantity daily.
'e carbonated has no equal in gastric disturbances. It is an excellent
ale water. It is a pleasant laxative and is a sure cure for F"latulent
yspepsia. S. M. DEVAGA, M. D.
This water is for sale in Newberry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
ones' and WV. E. Pelham'sa.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be open a*, the beginning of the season.
For rates and other information write
Harris Lithia Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. C.
Fine Whiskeys, Wines and Beer
FOR FAMILY USE.
L11 Grades Chearer than at 0. P. Houses ! You
Save Money and Get the Best by Buying of UEi!
Send in Your Order.
Particular Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
D1STlLLERt AND IWIlOLESALE DEALER.
NO. 2 PEACHTREE STREET,
E1RSONS WITfH LA NIDS FOR W. W. Hodges. E,sq., Probate Judge.j
Lsale are requested to put them in Whereas, Robert C. P erry hath~
ai hands for sale. I am in constant re. made suit to me to grant him., LettersU
ibout lan~ frein orther and West- eetdmst Jrawford Perry, deceased:
~rn parties, that I may be able to effect These are therefore to cite and ad
ales for those who will give me accu- monish all and singular- the- kindred
'ate detailed descripions of what they and creditors of the said J. .Crawford
ave. No charge will be made unless Perry, deceased, that they be and op
atisfactory salcs are made. Descrip- pear before me, in the Cohrt of Probate,
on must be such as can be guaran- to he held at Newh'erry Court, House,
~ecd and must give: Number of aereo, on the 6th day of January next, after
ocation, character of land, proxim- publication hereof, a6 11 o1elock in the
tto railroads, postomlccs, schools, >ore noon, to shovy cause, If any, they
nhe.hs and towns, kind of Implrove. have why the said Administration
rdent.al when so desired. Giiclyco- nh den br my hnd this the22nd
JA MES G. GIBlBES, day of December. Anno Domini 18971.
Coumi, . .State Land Agent. W. W. NoDGE .