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Cotrected, every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M t................ 4 . . .......... 51 R 06k.
..Of ... &.*c.
Shoulders .4(*. 61o.
Han ,... ..................... 10 12c.
Bet Lard.. ........... 7U8o.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 00.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35o.
Meal................. ........... 55o.
H ay.................................. $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
lst Patent Flour................. $5.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... $5.35.
Strait Flour........................ $5.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.0 .75.
Sugar ................ ... ......... 51(0 .
Coffee................ 1 0c.
Cotton seed, meal, per sack... .00
Hull@, per ton......... ........... $3.50
Butter, per lb ................ 1@20c. -
Eggs, per dozen ...........121 150.
Peas, per bushel................. 45c.
Corn, per bushel................. 450.
Oats, per bushol............3 50c.
Sweet potatoes ............ 50(q)600.
Turkeys, per Ib ............0O 80.
Fodder, per- owt ............ 00(760.
Neimberry Cotton Market.
(Coraceted Tuesday and Friday by 0. Mct.
Good Middling.........................5 18*
Stric .M iddling.... .......................5 06f
M iddling.....................4 93j
Strict Low Middling..................4 75
Low Middling..........................4 50
Receipts for week ending Satur
day last.................................. - .1302
'Receipts since September 1st...... 10,207
To Oure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All Druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. 25c. f&t6m
To rent two rooms, in house with
respectable family. Address P. 0.,
Box 08, Newberry, S. C. tf
Store House for itent.
On Main Street, opposite it. C.
Williams' Furniture Store. Apply to
R. C. Williams. f&ttf
Programme for Teachers' As.:ciation, Jan
1st Topic: What the teacher owes his
pupils.-W. E. Black Pnd Miss Agnes
2nd Topic: Arithmetic in the public
scbools.-Prof. W. K. Sligh and Miss
J. B. Walton has opened a Har
ness Shop on Main Street, next door
to 0. Klettner's. Will mako new
harness and repair old. Twenty-five
years experience. Prices reasonable.
Give him your orders. Satisfaction
Pomaria, Dec. 31.--Mr. Richard Hf.
4BIpp of Pomaria and Miss Mary L.
Hope of Hope Station were married at
the residbnce of the bride's father, Mr.
Jas. C. Hope, Thursday evening, Dec.
30, by the Rev.. Dr. Junius B. Fox of
Newberry.-Special to The State.
It Is easy to catch~ a cold and Just os easy to
get rid of it if you commence early to use one
Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds.
bronochitis. pneumonia anid nil thtroait and
lung troubles It as pleasant to take, safe to
.ise and sure to cure. WV. E. Pelham,.
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
H ighest, market pice paid.
L&f tt. Summer Bros.
wV. of the W.
A. Madole, Consul Commandoer of
Magnolia Camp Woodmnen of the
World, of Spartanburg, is in Newberry
for the purpose of instituting the New
berry Camp. Mr. Madole will spend
-The week here and during this time
-'will give all information desired con
.corning the order- and especially thei
insurance featur~e, which is the cheap
- et assessment p'an in existence.
During the week a public meeting
will be held and Mr. Madoie will ad
dress the public on the workings of
Blucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Uilcers, Sait Rheum,
I"ever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands,
ChilblaIns, Corns, and all Mkin Erup
tions, and posItively cures Piles, or rio
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
-perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 26 cents per box. JNor sale by
Ilobertson & Gilder.
T wo Plesant wt, Hlomes "
Nowborry is noted for making its
visitors enjoy 'themselves and feel at
'home, especially so if the visitors hap
pen to be young ladies. Two beauti
fll and elegant entertainments were
given last week in honor of Miss Ware
of Michigan, and Miss Keller of Mary
land. On Thursday evening Miss
-Mower gave an "At Home" ft.om 7.30
p. mn. to 12 mn., and on Friday evening
Miss Gilder gave an "At Home" from
8 p. mn. to 12 m,. The beautiful and
elegant residences of Senator Mower
and Dr. Jas. K. Oilder wore appr-o
priately decorated with holly and
mistletoe and the scenes presented
were both -char-ming to look upon and
long to be re-me'mbered by all .who
wore so fortunate as to be present.
WAA~ or Ouito, CITY Om TOLED,,a,
LUCAS COUNTY. -s
Fan J. CUNaYa anakes natn that he ls
ts e senior prtner of thme firm of F. J. CIIENRY
.& 0J ., do business ini the Cit,y of T'odo
County and State aforesad, and tlint said
firm wil i,a the sum of ONEC HUNDRItD
FUiLLARl or each and every case of CA
T4KHIn that cannot be cured by the use of
kIALL.'s CATAnaH CunES
Sworn to bofore me and subscribed ini may
z, ence, tisi 6th day of December, A. b.
iJail's Oatarrh Cure is taken imntrnaliy and
acts directly on the blood and muojus sur
f,,ces of the syste m. Send for testimloniaii
t,ee. F. J. CH EN1hY &CO.,Toloda, O.
BoAnd by L,rauagia, 7Lo
VAitiwb A AILL Aiio,6T.
Dr. Boozei Is spending aw daya in
Mr. B. B.'Davis, of Little Mountain,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. W. t. Presson, the stone cutter,
is working for, Leavell & Spears.
Dr. 0. B. Mayor attended the County
Medical Society's Dinner at Laurens
last week and responded to a toast.
Mr. Irby D. Shockley made a Aiort
business trip to Laurens the latter part
of last week.
A Superintendent for the Helena
Sunday School will be .elected next
Sunday, the 8th.
Many of the young people of the city
enjoyed a dance at Helena last Friday
See notice of meeting of the Com
mercial Bank in the bank building at
12 o'clock on Wediiesday January 12.
L The schools and the college re
bnmed exercises yesterday. Vacation
is over and the long term begins now.
Mrs. .4. M. Berry who has been visi
ting Mrs. F. A. Schumpoit returns to
her home in Augusta today.
It will not secm natural without Mr.
W. T. Jackson on the street force. He
has been street, overseer here for about
Miss Cathleen Copeland a charming
young lady from Bamberg has been on
a visit to her Uncle Maj. D. L. Cope
land of Newberry.
Mr. Jas. It. Watts and bride spent
Saturday and Sunday with his brother,
Mr. J. W. Watts, in this city. They
left yesterday for Prosperity.
Mr. J. H. Moore, since our last issue,
has made an assignment of his stock of
merchanidise for the benefit of his
creditors to Magistrate S. S. Cunning
Rev. C. P. Boozer will preach at
Bachman Chapel on next Sunday morn
Ing. The bunday School will meet at
10 o'clock and p..eaching will begin at
Mr. D. S Atangum's1 hoL'Z ran away
with hin Moiday morning just as he
was leaving home for the city and tti.ew
him from his buggy, breaking h is leg ;n
A Kentucky Legislature is not in it
compared to the new city council of
Newberry when it-cones to balloting
The Commer-cial Bank of Newberry
has declared a scmi-annual dividend of
21 per cent payable on and after Jan
Col. 0. L. Schumpert goes this week
to Spartanburg. He has been em
ployed to defend Constable W. H. New
bold whose case will come on for trial
Tomorrow A. C. Jones will inaugu
eate a ten days' clearance sale. Dou't
fail to read his ad in another column
and to take advantage of the bargains
lie is offering.
The weather on Saturday, Sunday
and Monday was unusually cold and
many water nipes in the city burst
from the freeze.
TPhe Lutheran Sunday School met in
the now ch urch last Sunday.. The hour
has been changed to 3i.30 p. mu., and the
school wvill meet in the new church al
togethecr hereaf ter.
The young ladies and gentlemen wvho
have beenm at home for the holidays
from the di tferent educational i nsti tu.
tions have been for the past day or two
returning to their studies.
We stated sonic time ago that Dr.
Peter Rtobertson had taken second
prize at the State Pharmaceutical Asso
elation for an essay. That was a
mistake. Hie has just been notified by
the committee that he was awarded
Mr. W. .J. Iledenbaugh, who left
Newberry last year to go into business
in Augusta, has returned to Newberry
and will hereafter be found behind the
counters at his old accustomed place
with that prmince of bargain givers
The firm of Evans & Wilson has been
dissolved. Evans &. Wilbur have
formed a partnership and will run the
business at the same stand. Mr. Wil
son will -also go into.:business on his
own account, for the present p)ossibly
ini the store lately occupied by J. T.
A nnuaal Meteorologleal Sumimary, 1897.
MONTHS. 8 5
January........... 40.8 68.0 10.0 3.26
February........48.5 75.0 24.0 8.37
March ............. 54.5 78.0 28.0 5.11
A pril.............. 61.3 87.0 :38.0 2.98
May..............39.1 93.0w 43.0 2.54i
Junme............... 78.1 97.0k (100 3 89
July ............... 78.6 98.0i 60.() 4.78
August........... 77.0) 90.0 62.0 3.69
September.......73.0 98.0 4i5.0 2.10
October..........5.3 90.0 45.0 '2 38
November ........ 54.4 717.0 30.0 1.78
December......... 46.1 (19.0 26.0 1.98
Average ........ 62.2 85.5 319.2 42.861
RIAINF'ALL TEN YE~ARS.
1888-67.51 Inches. 1894--53.93 inches.
1889-47 00 " 1893 -44.93
J890-45.13 " 1896-53 98 "
1891-60.85 " 1897-412.86 "
1893 -- 0.861 " A v'go 51.824 in c's.
- Voluntary Observer.
Longshore, S. C., Jan. 1, 1898.
NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
over RL.C.Williams', Main St.,New berry
II am prepared to make Pictures and
at living prices.
- klota .f 0O1ee.w.
At the V egular meeting of the New,.
berry Lodge No 75, Knights of Pythias,
held ltvt Tuesday night, the regular
election for- 'oficers for ihe ensuing
year was had and resulted as follows:
W. 1. Hunt, C. C.
P. Robertson, V. (.
A. J. S. Langford, P.
T. J. Mayes, M. at A.
N. Cavenaugh, M. of W.
T. E. 10pting, K. of R. and S.
Edw. 1R. Hipp, M. of N.
WW. Ft Ewart, M. of 1".
Jno. M. Kinard, I. G.
F. A. Schumport, 0. G.
J. L. Wise, Trustee.
Installation will be had at the next
regular convention of the Lodge.
There was a large crowd In the city
yesterday, but not as many as usually
come on-;the first saleday in the year
especially when it was as pretty day as
was yesterday. The master made sov
eral sales and in each case the property
Hardy, master, vs Sanders, 219 acres
bought in by the defendants for $2750.
New England Mortgage Security Co.
vs Ray-340 acres to Gecon and Green,
attorneys for $1600.
Kinard, admrs, ys. Moorman Ex'or
4 acre lot in town to Geo. S. Mower for
$205; also I acre lot in town to the same
Lane et al vs Hayes interest of J.
Henry Hayes in 135 acres to E. L.
Hayes for $280.
Tho New Offleers.
The new council met on Friday after
noon last at 4 o'clock according to pre
vious announcement, for the purpose of
electing subordinate officers for the
year 1898. T'e result-while there are
some changes -is that most of the old
oflicers hold over.
On the election of a Clerk and Treas
urer for the city there was a deadlock,
which necessitated a recess until the
12th instant, at which time the elec
tion will be decided and declared.
Mr. H. C. Hunter, the present efi
cient and popular Health Ofileer, was
elected Chief of Police. Mr. Hunter's
election was a high compliment as he
was not an applicant for the position.
He has asked for a few' days in which
to consider whether or not he will ac
Messrs. H-. H. Franklin, E. P. Brad
loy and S. (. Carter were. elected
policemen. Messrs. Franklin and
Bradley hold over and Mr. Carter is a
At a previous meeting of the council
it was decided to have only ono Street
Overseer and Mr. L. D. Wicker was
the successful applicant for this posi
. Messrs. Hunt & Hunt were elected
Rial Bates, colored, was elected
Lamplighter and Janitor.
There were something over forty ap
plicants for the different positions.
Quarterly Dispensary Report.
The following is the quarterly state
ment showing operations of the New
berry dispensary for the quarter end
ing December 31st, 1897:
Total due State for Merchandise, Li
cense, Insurance and other charges,
end of last quarter.......... 103 70
Stock ont hand end of last quarter (in
voice price)................. 1,358 21
I arichatses for October, 1st
month thin qiuarter (invoice
price)........................ 1,691 60
P'urchmases for November, 2nd
month this quarter (invoice
price)................. 1,692 50
Purchases for D)ecember, 3d
month this quartrr (invoice
p)rice)......................... 3,708 60
Total amount of stock and
other' charges to account for
(invoice price).............. 8,451 81
Shortage allowed by
State for thiequar
te................. 1 25
Breakage c.harged to
e xpense account th is
quar ter............... 20 38
Total sales this quar
ter (invoice pr.ice).. 5,695 91)
Total shortage, break
age and sales for
this quarter.......$ 5,723862
Total stock on hand at the end
of this quarter (invoice
price) ......................... 2,710 35
Gross profits on sale for this
Expenses for this quarter, per
itemized statement........... 444 91
Net profits to Town and Coun
ty for this quarter........... 798 55
EXPE1.NSE ACCOU NT, QUARTRit ENDING
inlcEMBER 31ST, 1897.
Dispenser's salary for quarter.. 199 98
Clerk's salary fOr~ quarter....... 90 00
Rent for quarter................. 49 50
Drayage for quarter............ 8 10
Stationery andl postage fom' quar
ter..................... ........... 70
COUNTY BOARD OF CONTROL.
. A. C. Kibler, days 8, miles 132 $18 60
J. J. Mayer, days six, miles 168 20 40
Jacob Senni, d ays U,........12 00
Jacob Senn, opening whiskey. 12 00
Breakage .................... ..... 26 38
(leaning water closet............ 50
W rapping paper............... ..375
Assistance Christ,ma. week...3 00
Amount carried forward.....$ 444 91
J1. A. 0. KIBLE R.
J. J. MAYER.
Old people who r. quiire medieine to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find the -true remedy in Electric Bit
ters. This medicine does not stimuteiit
andi con tainis no wldlekny tier other in -
toxicant, but acts as a tctnte and altera.
tive. It acts mildly en the stomacb
andl bowels, adding strength and giving
tone to the organse, thereby aiding Na
ture ini the performance of the fune
tions. ElentrIc Blitters Is an excellentI
aopetizer amnd aids digestion. Old Pee-.
ple tind it jnst exactiy what they need.,
Price fifty cents and 81.00 per bottle at
Robertaon & GiMlea Dnu uSr..
The Newberry Savings Bank has de.
'lared a semi-annual dividend of 3 per
cent. ;ree of taxes, payable.on and after
January 1, 1898.
All parties having money in the
savin's department are requested to
bring in their pass books at once so
that the accounts may be straightened
up and the books properly credited.
There will be a meeting of the Coun
ty Cotton Growers' Association of New
berry County at Newberry Court House,
January 15th, 1898, at It o'clock a. m.
R. T. C. HUNTER, President.
P. S.-The Executive Committee
will meet at 10 o'clock a. in.
Alderman Lane to Wed.
Tho following local appeared in the
Philadelphia Times of August 25th
"The engagement is announced of
Miss Florence E. Todd to James Jeffer
son Lane of Newberry, S. C.".
Very few of Alderman Lane's friends
in Newberry knew anything of the ap
He left on Saturday for Philadelphia
and when he returns he will be accom
panied by Mrs. Lane.
Mr. Lane's numerous friends in New
berry will extend a hearty welcome to
Mrs. Lane. The Herald and News ex
tends congratulations and best wishes.
The Emancipation ProotamatIon.elebra
The emancipation celebration by the
colored people of our city was hold in
the court, house on Saturday last. There
was a large number of colored citizens
in attendance. The exercises consisted
of singing, prayer by Rev. Kinard, and
the Emancipation Proclamation was
read by Rev. Wright, of the Presbyte
Rev. E. .11. Colt, pastor of Millor
Chapel A. M. E. Church, assigned to
this church after the death of Rev.
Washington, was-:introduced as-orator
of the day. He took -for his subject,
"Our citizenship and its responsibili
ties." His address was replete with
timely advice to the colored population
-stating that lawlessness must cease
among them as a race; that the- taking
of human life was too common; economy
must be practiced, and property must
be accumulated, and there must be
more respect for womanhood in order
to maintain the standard of citizenship
desired. His closing remarks were con
corning the State College at Orange
burg-an institution for which his race
Silver Street Dots.
A fire at W. W. Spearman's about
5 o'clock this morning. The buggy
house was found in a blaze*beyond con
trol, and Dr. Longshore had his stables
attached to buggy house and lost his
fine mare And the other one badly
burned on one side. Mr. Spearman
lost his fine carriage, carriage harness,
buggy and harness, about $50 worth of
wagon harness. The fire was a torch
we suppose by an enemy unknown. A
reward will be offered for him.
A party every night around Silver
Street. The young people are having
a fine Christ,mas.
The farmers are already turning
stubble making ready for the next 5
Let every one raise some nice hogs
this yeair and live cheaper.
December 31, 1897.
A Pretty Wedding at:Johanston2Yeterday
(The State, 80th.)
Yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at the Methodist church at Jobnston
Miss Willie, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Cassels, was married3to
Mr. Thomas West Gary of Barto,
Fla. The young couple came to
Columbia after the wedding, remain
ing here till 1 :50 o'clock this morn
ing, when they left via the Florida
Central and Peninsular - for their
future bomne in the land of flowers.
rho bride is a beautiful and accom
plishied young lady. The groom,
though a young man, is a professor
in the South Florida Institute at
Barto. He is related to the well
known Gary family of this State.
Adjutant General Watts acted us
best man at the wedding yesterday.
Consuaaspdon P'ositively Cured.
Mr. Rt. Bt. Greeve, merchant, of Chii
bowie Vai , cr 1tih. that lhe had con
mumption, was giveni up to) die, sought
sit medical treat,anant that money
could procure, tried il cough reumedios,
lbe could hoar of, but got no relief;
ipent miany nights sit ting up in a chair;
wasR 1 ineued to try D)r.' King's New
Discovery, and was cured by use of two
bottle.. For past three years has beeni
attendiing to business, and says D)r.
King's New Discovery is the grandest
remedy ever mrade, as it has done so
much for bim and nise for others in his
uoimmunity. Dr. King's New Discov
rry Ila uaranteedl for Colds, C->ughse
snd Consumptionm It do,n't fail. TirI 1L
bottles free at Rtobertson & Gjilder's
If you wish to make your father,
brother, pastor, or editor a nico Christ
rnas present, present them with a pair
af Lilly Blracket.ts' ilne Shoes at Jamie
men's, they only cost $3.68.
Full Standard Prints 4c., which is
loss than wvholesal > cost, at Jamieson'a.
A nice Suit at Jamiosons fr- $2.2i
9,090 Whites and 84 Blacks Rlegistered
We are indebted to Supervisor De
denbaugh for the following figu'res in
regard to the registration of voters ii
this county. The negroes have no-.
regi itered very nuoh as will be seet,
frotr the figures given:
TI e understanding clause of the nev
cons,Atution and the now registratiou
law ixpired Saturday, January 1, 1896,
at 3p. in. Henceforth the educational
and >roperty requirements will be in
foreo. Nearly every white man in Now
berr1 County who has been a resident
of'.the State two years and the county
one year is now rogistered. As under
the ew registration act every elector
is required to register for a voting
plaev in the township in which he lives;
the N.hite voting strength of eaeh town
ship is known. Th'lis could not be as
cert: Ined by registration under the old
rogi tration laws or by the vote in t,
prin1 ty election, as some residing Ii
one - uwnship voted in anothor. As th,
figui 3s showing the white votinf,
stre: gth of each township may be o*
inte .38t, herewith is given the number
of pt -isons registered by townsh)ips:
White. Colored. Total.
Nun ber I......... 614 37 651
Nun er 2..... ... 104 6 110
Nun.er 3......... 51 5 50
Nui ber 4......... 89 16 105
Nuzt. 'er 5......... 90 3 99
Nut'>er 0......... 144 2 146
Number 7......... 7) 1 80
Number 8......... 8: 1 84
Num'.er 0......... 452 8 460
Num >er 10........ 217 : 220
Num.>or 11....... 161) 171
Totals....... 2098 84 2182
A. E. P. B1D18NAUGIH.
Elght persons were registered Satur.
day, January 1, 1898-7 whites, I col
ored. The understanding clauo ex
pired that afternoon at 3 p. in. Mr. W.
P. Williams was the last man in New
berry County, and perhaps the last one
in the Slate, to become an elector under
the understanding clause, registering a
few minutes before 3 o'clock Saturday
The term of the present Supervisors
of Rogistrotion doesn't expire until
February first, but the law provides
that they shall not register electors af
ter January 1, 1898. So there is no reg
istration on the fIrstIMonday in Janu
ary and on Tuesday and Wednesday fol
lowing. There is an incongruity on the
first Monday in-January and on Tues
day and Wednesday following. Thers
is an incongruity in the Registration
Act, it requiring registration those
three days in every month.
A iappy new year.
Ch -istmas passed off quietly in this
seeth n and% we have heard of no aeol
Mr 1. J. S. Wheeler and children
visited hoer father's family during the
Mr. Willie Kinard, of Columbia,
spent Christmas at home.
On'- school opens again this morning
after enjoying the' holidays.
A good atendanee at, the serviee Sun
Mi . Thomas Fspps and children of
Bach nian Chapel seotion visited her'
ielt, Mrs. J. D). Stone last week.
Mr' and Mrs. M. L. Long, of Gar
many section pai'd us a very p)leasant
visit last week. Glad to learn flonm
Mrs. [Long that her school at G;armany
Acad smy was full and moving on
Mi s Grace Blodonbaugh of St. Paul's
seetic a and now a studont of the Co
lumbia Female College while home to
speno Christmas visit,ed the Misses
Nates of this seection.
Mibses Alberta Cook and Sarah
Cook visited relatives in Abbeville
County during the holidays.
Mrr. J. M. Wheeler visited her son
Prof. J. S. Wheeler and family of this
section last week.
Sot' y to learn of the sad death ol
Mrs. [Leander Long, who died at her
home in Bethlehem section on D)ee.
25th. Mrs. Long and family lived inl
this section a number of years and she
wasa good Christian woman and a kind
neighbor. We extend our sympathy
to the bereaved family, relatives and
Miss Biettie N3cl, of Newberry, vis
ited relatives in this section last week.
Misses Victoria Crosson andl Mamnie
Wise, of Leesville, visitedl in this sec
tion last, week.
We spent Monday in Newberry. A
large crowd was in the city and every
body seemed to lbe in a good humor'.
No mystery about, it. When the
Shakers offered sonic time ago to give
away a bottle of their Digestive Cor'
dial to any one who might call at their
New York ofilee, there was a great
rush and a great many people0 thought
they were crazy.
Sulisequent events proved it to have
been i very clever advertising transac
tion, for although they gave away
thous-md of bott,les, it was in the end
profit ible; nearly every one that took
a free bottle camne hack for more andi
paid for it, with pleasure, saying they
h ad d iIved b-tt ir results from Its use
than reom any o:,ber medicine they had
The re is nothing so uniformly su3c
eessfui in the treatment of st,omach
troubles as the Shaker Digestive Cor'
dial, and what is better than all, it re
lieves at once.
LAXOI4, the new form of Castor Oil
is so palatable that the ebildr'en lick
the un eon clean.
WILL 11E RUN?
Iutmored That the Itev. J. A. 811gh "as
Dieen Urged to Do Ho.
It has been freely rumored In the
last few Lays that efforts were being
made by it number of old line Reform
ers to got Ihe Rev. J. A. Sligh to make
the rao fo- Governor against Governor
Ellerbe at d any other candidate that
appears in the field.
What se cess those efforts have met
with rei ns to be seen. Hereabouts
nothing dt finite seems to be known
about the rumored candidacy of Mr.
The Right rlae!
Aft.-r looking all around
tow i Santa Claus has
disc >vered the right
plat o, and knows where
he < an procure his sup
Christ' nas Presents
for Lhoso who are ex
pee- ing something extra
this year. You will
agri with him when
you have looked over our
stoc C of
Out Gl Iss,
Cups a ad Saucers,
and lots of little Novel
CA LENDA RS,
J E WlE L BOX ES,
BUTTON BOX ES,
and other Novelties--too
many goods and too
many prices to mention
themi here. You will
have to visit us. You
Robertson & Gilder,
is at ill at our old place.
We anvo an endless variety of
all Ilids of
Doll CE rriages,
and everything to pliease the
Remn ember we are headquar
tors for all kinds of
Etc., E :c.
WVo have just opened our
stoe c and ask all to call and
oxa: line same beforo making
Our prices are low, and qua.
ity of Goods high.
fat4t S.i 13 JONES.
There are lots of things in
a Jewelry Store that dlon't
Lots of small artistic articles
suitable for Xmas p)resents
that you wvould never thinkt
of unless ., cu saw them.
We have a beautiful line of
small Novelties ait extremely
You can come and spenid a
p)leasant hou r in looking
around ai 01ur stock and b)uy
wheni yol get rcadly.
EDLA LU) SCHIOLTZ,
NOTICE S'i OCKHOLDES' MEEN.
F HMi ANNUJAL MEEI'! NG OF
A.the S to :khtolder's of the Comnm'r
cial Bank of Newbor'ry, K. C., will b)o
held at the oillee of I lhe Bank on
Wednesday. Jarnuar'y 12, 1898, at 12
J 90O. MT. KINAlITD. P res.
M. Ferst's Sons. Co
T. Q. BOOZER, Agt.,
NEWBERRY, S. ?.
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 purest stock to
be sold at such re
M. Ferst's Sons Co.,
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
I have sellred ia lIIst-vlass vorkin uM
In pill1hing and electric work. I will
be ready to (1t itny kind of work in
abovo trilells". whe the 1m11 colli s.
I sHall strive to pleae inl ever'y wAY,
anld ecry job 111(st give sat-isftetl( n.
Will be pleased to 1k11(o est,lluttes fr, 'i
galtIs. I am fully equipped LO 10
Finiueling, lh'azin, Vulcanizing,
Turning aind atll other h.yt!e work. I
keop Ia full supply of ieyelt S111(1rIes.
Stoves 1)by tho elar. it, all prices.
I have received many kind favors
from the people of Newberry in the
past, for which I am t u ly grateful.
I ask for a ,iial in these hew bain)1hes
of my busiess.
J. W. W HITE.
T Olt AN AUTiIOIZI-) AG CN
w will e at it. 0 following platt- M Nna
the days nlmled, for the purpose of t ak
Ing rettirins of real. allo persmwal proinl)O _
ty for the yeir. 1898:
AL Niwhorry, Jnilluary Ist, to I6t.h.
At Utopia January 17th.
A t Chappells .lAnuar11Y l8th.
A t Lo0)ngSlore's SLo1*0 .J111nuary I' .
At .hlipa Jiuary 20th.
At Whitmires .1iuiary 21st.
At Maybintoti Jitiuitry 2-1t1.
At, Glymphiville January 25th.
At Walton January 26th.
At IPomaria .wan ry 27th.
AX L Sligli's .1tlltanury 28th.
At Jolly Si,xect .1:anuary 214h.
At O'Neialls .1antary :list..
A t. St. Luke's ''itiary Ist.
At I Prosperit.y' lhi<'enary 2nd( and1( 3d.
And at Newberry uniit.il I'ebruar,v 20th,
aftor whl o ich 1 t,ime t, aw II ruireIs a
pena111t.y of 50 per0 cent. to)IU beI~ adel
AllI not.es and1( miort.gages and1( mone.i10
are t.ax aile, andm persons het.we'en tI 0
ages of 21 and( (t 0'years art libl 11()1
poll1 t,ax unilessi exeimpt, by law. TIhle hi w
prIov'ides also0 for an ino0me tadx, iin in
comesc~ of $2500t.00t atnd u)pwardls. Spec4i il
lanksll wyill be' furinishedl for nitkhii.
11ncrehainlts ret11rnhs. No) staltemnt, If
property sen11t ini will be0 received roie Ic
parLlt,y imak intg dtunel.
A. N. C.
The Place to go
WVhen ini neod of antiniig to weatr
H EAD WE AR!
8DY'W E AR!
We considor that no one has ainy
advantage over uis whxen it tomesl t )
anythiung in our l tin of goods. i r
they3 thin1k so, we can11 very qu icidy
knock it out, by3 giv ing you 1) piceH.
\Vo wviill uke better picsihan 111 wI
haIvo over done1(. Roadl caxrefutllv:
*2.00 Shlols, Meni's and1( 11i4! i', for $l.00i
$1.75 " " " " .5
*1.50 " " " $11.15
*1.25 "' " " " $1.00I
$1.00 " " " " ' 5
$1.00 Chihl(1ren's S hoes fo...... ..Te
75e Chi ild retn's Shtoes fo.............I 60'
Iliaby Sho~es for 25, 40,1 .50, anid 75 cenits.
2,000 yds. goodi Calico it.............Ide
2,000 yardsl 4-4 Whlite 0 birtingi at.. -le
2,000 yards best P liahi 11omespun... 5.
I .000 yardsI belst, I)tril i ng at .....S
25 doz,. Men's H-feavy (InderIoshirtiis.. e
25 dloz. L adies ' HI (invyV iidershiiirts.25
I 0o Out ings for............... ......81
8.40 Outings fo.........,................. 5
Becst Jecans fo.................... 0
Good Jeans11 for....... ....................12)0
NO BilllS i:ineo11 (ft('oi..A,Aus.( 'ux;
1' WES'1'T & N I( W 10 A tt
In N"JewbIerry -for you( to select from
att the l 1)tost prhices.
Heavy (Gloves for wtor'k, and1( nier
drese and50( 111ndre11 ssed 114 Kb Gloves ftr
d re0ss pur poses0.
COMEl' AND) SEE L'S OFTEN!
Wae ar.ie str'ictly bujsinressx Wu' men11(1
(every word we say3, anid will J)'n)e
It. to you0t if youi will come11 in
Main Street - - Ne ' orrv'. 8. ('.
Wx A t 1'im*-Tit rWORTuI Y A N I) AC 1
Rposibl le, i'tis 1ta lhd hou1se in Hou th C I .
l [i. ?tonl hly *10-u0 11111 ex pen14So. Vestit II
ittea ly. fieforece I'iclose IelIf-a . + ridi 'I
eil1a po lOttV(1e. 'The Doin on01 Comipung,