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Corrected overy,Tuesday and Frli
by $uwmor Bjros.
.eatte........a....... 54~ Cc
Shoulders ........................ 5(/6c
Haws.................................. - 1 12e
Best Lard ............... ........... Be
Best Molasses, now crop...... 1.0c
Good Molasses .................... 25@35c
Corn ................................. 550
M eal............ ......... ........... 5
H ay ................ . ................. $1.00
W heat Bran........................ $1.00
lot Patent Flour .................. $5.75
-2nd Best Flout .................... $5.35
Strait Flour........................ , $5.00
Good Ordinary Flour...........O$4. a,4.75
Sugar ;......... .... ........ .S2(a'c
Coffee................................. . 10(A Oc
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00
Hulls, per ton.................. $3.51
Butter, per lb ..................... 15( 20c.
Hegs, per dozen ................. 12 15c',
- ickens, each ....... ....... 12: (22.a
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 45c.
Corn, per bushel.............. 45c.
OAts, per bushel............. 345c.
Sweet potatoes ..................5 60(400.
Turkeys, per lb ............. () 8c.
Fodder, per ew t ............... 0(750.
On Wednesday, the 10th instant, al
the residence of Mr. J. T. Mayes, at 1
O'olock a. m.., Mr. M. B. Chalmers
and Miss Mary Mayes are to be mar
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonies when GRovm's TAsTriss CUiju
TONIC is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup,
Your druggist is authorized to refun
the money in every case where it failt
to cure. Price, 50 cente.
There will be a meeting of the Coun.
ty Cotton Growers' Association of New
berry County at Newberry Court House
January 15th, 1898, at 1 o'clock a. m.
I. T. C. AUNTER, Iesideit.
P. S.--Tho Exe6utive Committec
will meet at 10 o'clock a. in.
J. A.Perkins, of Ant'quity, 0., was for thirt,
years needlessly tortured by piysftans foi
Nhe cure of czor to. He was quiely wuredl b
using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo th
stmous nealing salvo for plies and skin dis(
eaes. W. E. Pelhnm.
The ladies of Newberry and vicinitN
are cordially invited to an exhibitior
of art embroidery at the Crotwell lIotel
commencing Saturday, Jan. 10th.
MRs. J. P. CH AsE,
f&t Teacher of Art Needlework.
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
Blighest market price paid.
t&f tf. Summer Bros.
T.t County Alliance.
The County Alliance of Newerry
County will hold its next quarterly
miecting on Friday, January 14th next.
J.NO-- C. WATIUNS,
Sec. 3d District Alliance.
irogramme for Teachers AssocIation Feb,
1. Should the teachers encourage
school exhibition-Miss Nannie Simp
son, Mr. H. H. Rikard.
2. Spelling in the common schools
Miss Nannie Lis ingston, Mr. R. A.
Mrs. 3f. B. Ford Rlundell's, Ill., sun-ered for
eIgh years from dy"s oimsi' and( chronic con-.
stipulon and was tintilly cur ed by uscing De-'
WV t's Little EarlIy Rtisers, theo famous ii.tIe
I f:alltomasch and liver I oubles.W.E.
If you want real live bargains you
can find them at F?lynn's. He is cut
ting the prices of Clothing, Capes, and
Jackets, Dress Goods and B3lankets to
almost no price. Think of a man's
good heavy Cassimere Suit for $ 1.95
nothing like it ever heard of before in
Newberry. Flynn knows what lhe is
doing. Turn the money over is his
I am still running my Harness Shop
at old stand by flest-class barnecss
maker. Harness made and rep)aired,.
f4t F. A. ScirUMPJErr.
P Auditor Cromne,'s Appolinent,s.
Atuditor Cromner or an authoized
agent wvill be at the following p)laces
On the dates named below for the pumr
1)080 of taking returns of l)ropcrty for
At Newberr'y, January 1st to 161.h.
At Utopia January 17th..
At Chappell .Janunary 18th.
At, Longshore's Store .Ja.nuary 19th.
At Jalapa Janunry 20th.
At Whitmires Janrary 21st.
At Maybinton January 24th.
At Olymphiville Januar'y 25th.
A t-Walton .January 26th.
At. Pomaria January 27th.
A t Sligh's January 28th.
At Jolly Street January 29th.
At O'Nealls .January 31st.
At, St. Luke's February 1st.
At Prosperity February 2nd and 3d.
.And at Newberr.y unt,il Februar y 20th,
after which time the law requires a,
Spenalty of 50 per cent. to be added.
Mrs. Stark, Pleasant, Ridge, 0., ayP, "A fter
t wo doctors gave up my boy to ilio. I saved
bint frrn eroup by using One Minuto Cough
Cure," it is the Qumoiest and most ccc ta
remedly for cou his, colds and all Ibhront and
lung troubles. WV. E Polham,.
* ~ Pension illanklcs.
Columbia, S. C., Jan. 10, 1898.
Dear sir': Will you kindly tell all en
qjuiring pensioners that we have sent
blanks to the chairman of your county,
wit,h the request that, he distribute
them by the 17th inst. to the township
boards, as this wvill save so many calls
for blanks at this ollics.
KA'rE F. MAn ER,
- Pension Clerk.
The few winter goods that are left.
will be closed out at about half the
regular price, to make room for new
goods at Flynn's Cash Storo. f&t2t
To Cure a Void in One D)ay.
Take axative B3romo Quinine Trab
lets. All D)ruggists refund the money
i It fails to cure. 250c. f&t6Om
10VAROUS ANID ALL ABOUT.
o Master and Sheriff's sales in at
Mr. Howard Neely, of Harrisonburg
Va., is in the city.
Miss Cathiloo Copeland, of Bam
berg, is visiting in the city.
Mrs. M. L. Lovelaco has returne4
from a visit to relatives in Abbeville.
R. H. Welch Esq., will orect a dwell
ing at an early date on Johnstone street
Dr. PopO, the public vaccinator, ul
to this writing has vaccinated 1400 per
Alderman .1. J. Lane is expected t4
arrive in Newberry with his bride to
morrow. He will stop at "The Now
Many of our citizens are carryinj
their left armn in a sling--a result of vac
Don't-fall to lake advantage of th
bargains now being offered at Wynn'.
The attention of the ladies of New
berry is called to the notice of Mrs. J
P. Chase in another column.
Mayor Evans was called to Columbit
on Tuesday on business. Aldormar
K,pting is acting Mayor in his absence
Some one through pure devilmen
broke the globe on the are light neat
Mrs. Werber's residence, Wednesday
The skating rink has opened up al
Helena and many of owr young peoplh
will be frequent visitors to our subur
The Merry Mirth Mayers at thi
opera house Next Monday and Tuesda3
nights, January 17th and Mot,. Price
25, 35 and 50 cents.
Mrs. C. A. Loving, who has been or
a visit to relatives at her Old h6m1o ir
Gcorgia, has ret-ned to NAwbrry ac
companed by her sister.
Joe Blacks Ministrels have been cir
culating petitions asking for aid witli
which to buy band instruments. WC
will have noise in the future.
The regular meeting of the Excelsiot
Fire Company will not be held Mon
day night. The date of the next meet
Ing will be announced later.
Mr. E. Rothalz, an expert artist, iE
in the city and has his work on exhibi
tion at Wooten's store, which the pub.
lie is invited to call and inspect..
A break in the line of electric wireE
caused the town to be in darknessabout
three hours Tuesday night, but Capt,
Voss soon had it monded and the lightE
A gr-t deal of complaint is being
made concerning bicycles on sidewalks,
and we have been requested to state
that the ordinance in force will be here.
after more strictly enforced.
Thero was a shooting and cutting
scR.ape among some negroes in town
last night. No one was seriously hurt,
but as a result there will be a general
reconing at the mayor's court thlE
Governor Ellerbe ofTers a reward.of
$100 for the arrest of the person 01
plersons wvho set fire to the barnt andl
stables of WV. W. Spearmian and A. J.
Longshor-e. See p)roclamation in an..
rTe hidies who will cotribute cut
tings of roscs or other pilants to helpi
beautify the patrk around thte Power
[House should telephone or send Super
intendent Voss word and ho will
sendl for them. 'iThey atre needed at
Street Over-seer Wicker is doin~g an
excellent, piece of work in front of the
residences of Messrs. J. C. Wilson, ..
D). Davenport andl Dr. S. G. Welch.
Th'ie strecet is being widetted and the
sidewvalk set back and leveledi up. it
is a gr-eat impl lrovemen t.
Alrt. Ed. Van Skaik was in town
this week and made all necessiary air
rangements for the coming of tihe
Merry Mirth Makers Company to) ap
pear hero in tihe oper-a house on next
Monday and Tuesday, JTanuary 17 and
18. HeI ptromiscs the people of New
a good 1augh if they a.tt,etnd the per
fortmancec. Prices 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Whiat Everybody Kinow,
Or ought to know, is that health and
even life itself depends upionl the cond(i
tion) of the blood. Feeding, as it (loes,
all tihe otrgatns of the blody, it, mtust "e
rich andl purec in order to trive p)ropr
tnourishament. Hood 's Sarsapar-illa
makes tihe 1b100( pure, trich and nou
ishinig and1 in this way st.rengthents the
nertves, cr-eates an appietite, tonies tihe
stonmach and1( builds up~ the healt.h.
Hood('s Satrsapat-illIa wards off colds,
pneumnotma antd fevers, which arc pre
valent at, this t,ime.
'ithe M erry Makcers.
The Met-ry Mlir-th Maket-s Company
will appear het-e in the Opct-a House ont
text Mondlay anld Trucsday nIghts, Jan
uary 17th and 18th. This compauny has1
been pronounced b)y p)ress and p)ubli c
as 0one of tihe biest CompanIties of its kind
ever visited the Sout,h. Ever-y muau,
womnan and child should see it. T1hey
p)lay to poputlar- p)rics, 25, 35 and 50
cents. Tickets on sale at the usual
1p1ace.- - ____
Tlheo progressive ladies of Westfild,
fnd., Issuted a '"Woman's Edition"' of
tile WVes'fild News bearing date of
A prIl 3, 189)0 TIhe paper is fIlled with
matter of Interest to women, atnd we
not iee tile followI ing from a corresp~ondl
enit, wvhich tihe edoitors prinlted.rea ltig
that it treats uponl a matter of vital im-.
p)ortantce to their sex: "Thci best rent
edy for eroupi, cols and bronchitis
thlat f hlave bteeni able to fInd is Chamt
berlain's Cough Remedy. For family
use it has nto Cqulal. I gladly recomn
tmend it." 25 anld 50 cenit bottles for
sale0 by \V. E. Peihamn.
store Hlousqe for RiOnt1.
OnMain Street,pos. .O
WVilllamsr' Furnitut-e Store. A pply toi
RI. C. WVillinms f&t
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Commercial Bank was
held on Wednesday in the bank.
Jas. L. Kennedy was elected chair
man of the meeting and A. J. Gibson,
President Kinard made his annual
report., which was satisfaotory, and
showed the business in good condition.
Tho following directors were re
elected for the ensuing year: L. w.
Floyd, W. H1. Hunt, 0. B Mayor, P. C.
Smith, F. Z. Wilson, Z. F. Wr1,ht,
Geo. W. Summer, Geo. S. Mower, Jno.
At a meeting of thelIroctoro held
afterwards the present offlcers were
re-elected, as follows:
Jno. M.Kinard, President.
Z. F. Wright, Cashier.
0. B. Mayer, Vice-President..
W. H. Hunt., Attorney.
Mothers whose children are troub'ed
with had colds, croup or whooptrg-,
cough will do well to read what Dr.
R. E. Robey, of Olney, MO., says on the
subject. lHe writes: "For years we
have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy, and always keep it in tl house.
It is regarded in our fhmily as a peclfle
for all kinds of colds and coughs. The
26 and 50 cent bottles for sale by W. E.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
National Bank was held at the bank on
Tuesday, 11th instant. The condition
of the bank was found good. The
usual semi-annual divided of 4 per
cent. was paid, and tho following direc
tors elected for the ensuing year: J. N.
Martin, R. C. Carlisle, M. A. Carlisle,
J. F. J. Caldwell, Win. Langford, Jas.
McIntosh, M. A. Ilonmick, w. T. Tar
rant, 1). 11. Wheeler.
At a meeting of t.he directors the
present courteous and obliging and
ellicient olicers were re-elected, as fol
J. N. Mart n. President..
T. S. Duncan, Cashier.
.J. W. N\. Simmnus, Assistant,('ahier.
I. H. Wvearn, lBookkeeper.
F. N. Martin, Colicetor.
"My daughter, whei reeovering front
an attack of fever, was a great sufferer
from pain in the bauck and hi ps,"
writes Londen Grover, 4,0,4ardis, Ky.
"After using quite a number of rein
edles without any benefit she tried
one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
and it has given entire relief." Cham
berlain'8 Pain Bains nislo a certain
euro for rheumatism. Sold by W. E.
A SudIden Death.
Mrs. Simeon Miller one of the most
estimable elderly ladies of Little Mou
tain died at that place Monday morn
Ing at 4 o'clock a. m. The cause of
het- death w4s pneumonia contracted
very suddenly. - Friday morning she
was well as any one but at twelve
o'clock Friday she was taken with a
chill and yesterday morning at 10
o'clock was buried at Little Mountain.
The funeral services were conducted
by Rev. H. P. Counts. "And they
shall be like ripe fruit falling in bas
kets for- the Master's use." May God
bless and comfort all who mourn for
Persona who are troubled with indi
gestioni will he insieresBted in the ex
perience of Wmn. H. Penn, chief clerk
in 'I he railway tnli service at D)es
Moines, Iowa, wvho~ writes: - It gives
me pleaisure to testify to tihe merils of
Chamsberi In's Colic, Uh'ulera and D)iar
rl'ze Renmi dy. F"er two years I have
auftered from ind igest ionm, 1nod am
at>tject to frequent severe attacks of
pain in thle stoenach ansd hocweis. 0ae
or two diu'.es of thIis remedy never fails
to giv ' perfect, relief." Price 25 and 50
cetnts: sold by W. E. Pelham.
llelp to Beautify.
Superintendent J. P. Voss, of the
water- works and clectr-ic systemns, is
making arrangements to beautify the
surroundings at the Power [House. He'
wvill plant out flowers and shrubbery
around on the grounds and beautify the
place in other respects. lie desires the
ladies of the town to contribute p)lants
of any kind from their yards for this
purpose. Trhis is a commendable en
ter-prise and we hope the plihc will
lend a helping hand.
CHULL & FEVER
rThlere are lots of things ill
a Jewelry Store that don't
Lots of small artistic articles
sulitab)le for Xmas presents
that you would never think
of unless you saw them.
We have a beautiful line of
small Novelties at extremely
LOW P~R IOS.'
You can come and spend a
pleasant hour in looking
ar'ound at our' stock and buy
when you get ready.
EDUA RD SCHIOI,
Itanome from wiltelatild.
If we are permitted to enter the ranks
of your correbpondents we will en
deavor to give you a few "randoms"
from time to time from our comniity.
We read with interest the roporti and
"Chips" from other sections, and prc
sune that a few "scratches" from us
may amuse some one.
We are having a warm welcome from
'98. So far we have had very little real
Some of our neighbors are quite un
easy about their pork. With the
scarcity of "home-raised" hogs this
year they would be the more unfortu
nate to lose any at this season.
With all of the grumbling about the
price of cotton, we have not heard of
any one who failed to arrange with
It is with sadness that we chronicle
the almost sudden Illness and death of
Mrs. Slincon Mill.r of Little Mountain.
She was interred at Holy Trinity
church-yard, the 11, ult. Aged about
71 years. One by one our "land-marks"
pass, but what is our loss is their gain.
Some of our farmers seem) to moan
business. We notice a good many
turn-plows in use. We think this
means better cultivation in future and
consequently better farmers. Possibly
this is the proper solution of the loin
We thought that Mr. Pullman had
about reached the climax In the car
business, but the latest is the "travel
ing nursery." What next?
For the purpose of being vaccinated
we came to town a few days ago, but
learned that you were "laid-up," and
saw it make another man "desperate
pale." So, Mr. Editor, we concluded
to postpone the act till the small-pox
come a little nearer. Let us know how
the preventlon takes, and may he we
January 12, 1898.
Lowndesville, S. C., Dec. 16, 1897.
.'The popularity of hood's Sarsapa
rilla is based upon its Intrinsic merit.
As a blood purifier, nerve tonic and
general regular of the system it has no
equal. "My wife and I have taken
several bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla
with excellent results, and from our
experience we recommend it to every
one suffering with indigestion.
R. L-. Mjoitnow.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head
ache, indigestion, biliousness. All
Ladies interested in Dress Cutting
are invited to call on Prof. Chase in
ventor and teacher of the new Prench
Tailor System. Patterns cut to order
at Chrotwell Hotel. f&t
The Change of Venne Refused.
[News and Courier.]
Spartanburg, S. C., January 10.--In
the Court of General Session this after
noon a motion for a Change of venue
was made by the defendant's counsel in
the ease against State Detective W. H.
Newbold, charged wit,h the murder of
J. H. Fr"ay Turner, in November last,.
The defendant, was repuresented by
W. S. Thomas, Monroe & Monroe,
Schumnpert, Buttler and McGowan and
B. F. Townsend,. Alhidavits were sub
mitted in great numbers both in1 sup
port of and in opposition to the motion
which was argued at length.
Judge Blenet, in rendering his de
cision in the matter, stated that under
t,he new Constitution, as well as that
of 1868, the Court was possessed of dis
cretionary power to detemine at all
times tihe suflcience of a showing make
of a motion for a change of venue and
that, being governed by the weight of
the afldavits submuitt,.ed for and against
the motion, he would refuse to grant
tile motion. The ease will be called
for trial on Thursday or Fridlay next.
Mr-. John W. Humtchirnson died at his
home in Factoryville On Wednesday
night, 12th inst., at the age of about 75
years. His remains were interred1 yes
terday at Enoree buryinmg ground(.
A LONG IMAGO
Some one asked:
Mistress Mar-y q1uite contrary
How does your garden grow?
Such a qjuestion is agravating
a~fter thue garden is p)lantedi and
theore is found to be something
Lhe matter with the 13eed,
We don't believe there will be <
sny trouble if you come to us for
garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
...GARDEN SEED . ..
We keep liruist's Garden
Seed andi they never
FA'JL to GROW 1
#O 'WORlI 1lot KcOD till, IF THEY DID. t
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TUE NEWH OF A LIVE AND PItO
(8pecial Coiresponoteuco Ioraid and News
Prosperity, S. C.. Jan. J3, 1898.
Spring liko weather we aro having
anid yet some people will complain.
Tho wedding bells still ring., 01
last *Sunday Mr. Alexander (Hack
Krelle was married to Miss Mary Tay
lor, of the Pino Ridge community
Also on the same day Mr. Lawrene<
Kempson was married to Miss Jimmin
Miller, daughter of Mr. J. W. Miller
of Mt. P'ilgrim.
The delegates elected by the Luthe
Leage of Graco church to attend the
meeting of the Central Leaguo at Lit
tic Mountainl text Saturday are Misse:
Lillian Luthor, Gertrudo Simpson
Anna F0tihner, Mr. 1. P. Luther am
Prof. N. 1'. Aull.
Mr. A. G. Wise has gono West agaih
to buy more stouk. The stock busines
has grown to wonderful proportions i
our town during the pmist few yelarF
There is no better unile .?arket at1
where than there is here.
Miss Anna Ganeden, of Ninety-Six
has been visiting relatives in town.
Miss Mario Bobb has gone on a visi
to friends and relatives in Saludi
County, and will spend some time ovei
Miss Minnic Lee Bowers is visiting
her uncle's family, Mr. Welch, 0
Alessrs. Kenneth lBaker and W. It
Wise, after spending t.heir vacation a
home, have returned to their respectivc
fields of labor, Greenwood and Ninety
Mr. W. 1". Houseal, of your eity, pait
us a pop call last Saturday. Com
again, Will, always glad to see you.
At the regular annual meeting o
Grace church council last week the
continued all the old oflicors for th<
next year, except treasirer. Mr. D. I
Shcely declined and Mr. T. L. Schun
pert, was elected in his place.
Mrs. Sallie Calmes, of Litt,le Mounm
tain, with her children, have been vis
iting in town the past week, returnin
Mr. J. 1. Watts returned to the pa
rental roof last week and surprise(
them all hy K'inging it bride with him
He was married on the 2nd to Mis:
Lillie Granger, of Piedmont, S. C.
Cur section has lost, another one o
her good citizens. Mr. J. A. R1ikard
and family have moved up to the Long
Lane section. Mr. Itikard purchaseI
a plantation up there some years ago
but d id not move. He has been an ae
t.ive business man, having been a men)
I)er' of the firmis of SObum)pert,& Rikar
and Kinard & Rikard. Preferrini
farm life to the close conlfiinent a
the store, lie sold out his intcrests am
moved on his farm. Our loss is thel
Miss Lilly Aiken has returned fron
her vacation, which was spent at he
home in Atlanta.
Messrs. Washburn & Poag have beet
here hoh-nobbing wit,h our C'otton~ Mil
peop)le. WVe t,rust something ilI com<
Mr. W. W. Wheeler having puria
chased an lntei'est, in Mr. (1. A. Maf
fett's business, has become a mem
her of the firm, and it, will be G. A
Maffett & Co.
Ander'soni Singley, coloredc, tellIs ma
lie has a variety of cotton that, yield:
remarkably wvell. lie took 1100) pound:
seed cotton to the gin and got a bahi
weighing 474i p)ounds. A t another tim<i
1300) and got 5617 p)ound(s. This Is
good kind to plant. He tells mue lie has
nto seed for sale this year.
H-on. C. TI. Wyche, a member' of th<
lower house, left Monday to attend th<
sessions of the Legislature. lHe wil
'wrestle"' with the lien law and othet
imfpor'tant items alfectinig thei peCop)
Capt. JIno. 1". TBanks was on om
streets Mondlay on his wvay to t,he Leg
slature. H is position on the lien law~
seems to he a good one, but we ar'e nol
ible to decide which is best. What dc
'on say, Ch ips?
Bly the way, Chips, you tare pick ing~
it me again about the politiciatns get.
itng into or rather getting onto. t,he
Ottoni growers' associat,ion. Now see
em'e, Chips, old boy, you know the
rood Master said let, the wheat and
ares grow together un til1 the har' vest,
est in pulling up the tares you would
ilso 1)ul1 up somue wheat, andu then, too,
'ou know you've got to have somlebodly
o do the talking, and if you1 don1't let
he p)oliticlians talk they'll just simply
mave an~ awful desire to (do so. Never
nin)d, when the time comesC the cotton
rmowers-wil iicommandfIt t,bemi to get he
mitnd, and if they don't, take thle hint
hey wvill ble boun td and)( cast into- well
ut of oflice. Comec, old boy, join its,
md)( when the victory is won you cenn
~xclaim: "'.Just see what Betsy and I
id.'' D)on't, Iind fault, with what has
ecen done, but join its and( help u~is get
lhe very best ideas andt( lanIs to ad(
'ance the purposes5C of the aissociation
Our' young folks had quaite ani enjoy
ble tiie at, Drz. Wyche's ont last i"m'i
ay night, as well as the lit,tle folks ati,
Vaccinat,ion still goes on it our town
ndo " ouch, lookotut, and be car'efiul!"'
inuy be heard on every hand.
TIhec wart'ehouses on the C., N. & L.
I R1. are nearing cormletion), anid the
artilIizer seasont will soon) openi.
Stock taking has hc 'n the orderCt of
he day and( goes mterrtily on with,Oura
' crcha tnts.
We have seen) onte of the new return'a
lanks for mer'chants, and it, is a wont
cer. We canm't see why such discimi
ation should be made, but then we
body to get proporty returned for taxa
tion. Let the good work go on and ex
tend to everything, lands, stock, credits
-ilad tliue equalizo tho burden alike to
( oil. John11 lratton Deat,
[Special to tL Stato.]
Winnsboro, .Jan. 12.-Gen. John Brat
ton (1ied at hlis home in Winnsboro at
9.31) tonight fromi a severo attack of
heart trokible. 1l was recovering from
a si'nilar attack which had troubled
him a few ditys previols. ind hIs faili
ly hoped lie would not have at return.
Ills son, the lRev. T. 1). Bratton, of
Spartanburg, wr . With him.
Tho funeral will take plateo at Whins
boro on Priday at It) W'lock i n the fore
FRESH VACCINE POINTS!
of Fresh Vaccine Virus
at Pelham's Pharmacy
Orders from Town find Coluntry
promptly illod; only tih purest and
safost Vaccine sold at
Pelham's Drug Store.
It is indeed interesting and plrofit
able to relld and to study the lives of
noblo 111011 anld womlienl, anIld parents
cannot Esponld money more wisely
than1 in supplying thoili Children with
good biographies of great. anld good
men who stand out. promitiontly in
tho worl's history, not only a1 wiso
loaders but. huilblo Christians. It
is 1118o interosting 1.0 noto how those
oxcellont, traits of ciaracter deleld
from siro to son through imny genll
orations. IRecelit ly wo reeived from
the Royal 'ublisling Company,
Iieliiond, Vall., at low book entitled
"Robert Edward Lee, Sol lier, Citi
Zonl and Christian P'altriot." Ono
great ldvatltalgo in convnection wvith
this book is that it givos in a brief
but charminig ma1nner tho history of
the Leofamily for soveral hundred
years, showing that Htichard H1lenry
Loo, Iobert E. Leo mttil other matrr
minds sprang fromt a1 noblo family
whose history is an4 prolitablo ats it. is
interest-ing. Besides an excollent
biography of (en. Lee aid account
of his groati military clmpalllignR it
I tolls how he Won th hoarts of his
f soldiers and will retain throungh all
ages t.he affection of frianiis anl Coo4.
The work alsio containiii 1a largo nui
&--d1, -Omw?im -ftoilt1it d(orff
mo0INts giving the orga'nizat.ioll of th
Various armievs, together With brief
biographical skOtcheS of such men 11
Glen. JosephI K .Johns1toni, (hen. Al
bort SidneI(y Johntston, ( hen. (1. T.
Soimmies, (1en. Jiohnt i. ( lord4on, (Gen.
tongatn. Th is is thie on ly biography
of (Got. Loo0 over publllishedc onl thlin
scale. The14 pub1) lihrs advert iso
through ourP 20 clnmus11 for tact iv
agents, as it is so)hl onily by stubscrip
tion. Thiose whoit (dist ribultoeh a011
wvork a1s I his wil be1) exe'rtin ta1 lsse5d
nfluentco onl thle risintg generaltiotn
besides re)ap~ing a rchan 1111r)ofitablea
The Place to go
WVhen iln neled of anything to weuar
Geontlemuan or aday!
DO0DY WEA R!
Wo considler thiad. no one0 has tany
aldvantage over us whenCl it comes10 to
anrythiung ini our Ilinn of goods. If
they think so, wo call very gnIickly
knock it out, by givinag you p)ries.
We' will nanke better plrices thanIl wO
havie overi (1one. [I1ea caeftully:
$2.01) Shaoes, Aletn's ad I ,1aie', for $1 .50
*l.7i, "' $i.
$200) Cydn i'ad ihos afo...... ..... 75
2,0010 yards 4-4 White Shirt.ing alt .. 4
2,0100 yards best I'laidlI Homiespun ... 5
1,000) yartdsx best, I)r illitag alt...........5
25 doz). Alen's Heav (1lIiindersirtils... 2.e
25 d1oz. 1 ad le(s''aldervests at....12 A,
25 doz5/. L tad 1es' Hi envy I iaiesha irts.. 25a.
I0Oo nlai ngs for....................... e
8Ae On 1intgs fo..........................5
112 est as fo.......................20tr
G4ood .Jeans fo....................... i:e
NICICST ~I IAS il (S
ON IlS E-' li Ine of C:oJ.L. as,Ct Itys
i'WESil' & N I(CK \VICA [
in Newivberry-ior yon to selert from a
alt the low4est pices.
HeavLiy (Gloves for workl-, and( nice
dre'ssedl antd m.t a sse Kid5C( 1(11 oves41 for4
COMEJ' AND SiEE US Oli"TEN !
We are stily bu~'I sineass5 \VeY4 meanII
every word we say, andit wvill prove'4
it to yon1 if yout will comeIl ini
Main Street ..~ Newbnry . C.
'Much in Little
Is especially true of Ilood's kills, ior no medi.
aine ever contained so great curative power In
so small space. They are a whole medlalne
clest, always realy, al
ways emeltent, always sat
Isfactory; prevent a cold
or fever, cure all liver 1lls,I
sick headache. Jaundice, constIpation, etc. 250.
Tho wily Filis to tako with llood's Sarsaparilla.
STATE O1 SOUTH CAlOIANA,
Vxi-x,u-riv*ia, CIIAM11,3. t
W HERtEAS INFORtMATION HAS
beeOnll receved at th is departiment
that on the 31st day of Deceiber A. I).
1897, the Stables and Carriage House
of W. V. Spearnian an( A. L. Long
shorl, in the Couity of Newberry was
burte,1, and there being ielsoll to
believe that the burning was an act
of inceend ill 1arism.
Now, therefore, I, W. 11. Elerbe,
Goverior of the State of Stae Carolina,
i o'der that justice may be done anld the
na.eit,y of the law vinlaicated, do here
by oler a reward of one hundred (101.
lars for the appreliensioii and convic
t.itn of the persoi Or pw:sons who comi
litted said lict of inenliditarism.
In (estiiony wher(fore, I have hre
1111to set lly hanild a caused tko Great,
Seal of the State to 1IKixC(l, at (ol
1 m1ailt, (ih is t.wel f th diy of .) i, oarv A. 1).
ISM98an' h-! tho onle hundred Indl twelt.N
reol'1 , - of the i tticL on, . c (if t1
U ited States of A nllerien.
CAW. EI. E,r2Ijll-.
I y the (Governor.
1). 11. TOMIS,
SeC'' of Stitt.
STATE 01i SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
W. 1). iardy, Master, I"Inintiff, ng,thist
.1. W. and T. It. Hatiders, Defend
Y ORDIC It OF THFIE COURTI
hervill, I will Sell b) fore the court.
house it Newwrry, dIrin)g the legal
hours of salf., ()n the lIrt Monday lin
February, 1,1498, at public outcry to the
highe4 blidvr, ihe fol lowinig described
iriperty, to wit:
All thut t rit of land, beling a portn14111
of tho real estate of the late Andrew J.
'oiigshore, in the eunty aund Stato
atforosi&J, coitaililig Two 11tildred
and Ninets!vi ("19) Acres, iore or !ccs,
I Ind bounaided bs kands of estate of A n
drw .1. 1,,ingmhore, TYr. J. K. Gl.e
Mrs. 'lhinsonl anlld others.
TIais?Thg-thbird of the purchase
moley to be pnihdn h, balaIICe pay
able in I wo 4 (Ial iii'fu.(instalments
with IinIierrst I rom e ny of *iaes, credit
port ion to be eeured by a bond '19( the
pu rchaser and( I a mort1gnge of I hie is.ii
11s 8old, Pu nlhgspy to pay for luipPrs. .
W. .1 IA ItDY. Maste.r.
Matert's Ofllce, .1 an. Ii, 18918.
STlAT'F OF" SO UTIH CARlOLINA,
COUtNTY OF NEWBEi fRY.
Silas .Illhnstoneil. .\laster', against T1hos.
S. NIloorman~ I as~ l.\ or.. vs. Maie WV.
Moornia in an1id\ Athl I . Mo,Nlormnan.
.)V Vilui':<WO A N EXEC(.UTION
.fio e dilrectedI hereiin, I will sell
S. ( '., on Saledhay in l"ebruary', 6ith'
I :s, t,be following dlescibed realt es
tutle. leviedl on ias t.( hepoperit-y of A d
dlie V. Moor'manl, to wit.: All that par
ccl of lhmd sit. ate ab~out, IIi iles north
of the Town o Newheriy, S. C2., in said
i unt-y and( state, conittiig Eigl.I,
A tits, morte ori less, an<l( bounde h1131b
lands of Mr's. IElla I. lloyd, L. W.
Floyd and(1 l'uhl)ic I road len'ding from
New herr.y t.o t iion, S. (.
Tl'ms o0'' SA~ Ii: Cashi. Puriichaiser
to) 11ay for paes
NI. MI. IIIUPORD,
ShIieriff of Newhlerry Cou n ty, S. (.
Shierilf's ( llice, ,ian. 10. 18918.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
is aliways excited by theo inulnaculat 0
ly nieit appfOileaace of the manlt whose
line isr don (1 u0 1p att t.his laundry.
Thel young 13mlie1s of Newberry ail
ways say they know when linen has
paltronts "aliways look as if they03 hadl
comofl out of a hand box." Oivo
us your packages.