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Correoted every Tuesday and. Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meta... .............. .. - 5 ( 0c.
Shoulders ............ 56Nc.
R ams .................................. I a 12c.
Best Lard ............... ........... o.
Best Molasses, new crop..... 0c.
Good Molasses................... 25(350.
Corn ............................... 550.
Meat ............................. 550.
Hay......... ................ $1.00.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
let Patent Flour.................. $5.75.
2nd Best Flour......,............- $5.35.
Strait Flour........................ $5.00.
Go6d Ordinary Flour..........4 5.
Sugar ................. ..... ..... .. 50.
Coffee............................... 10 020 .
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.00
Hulls, per ton.... ............ $3.50
Butter, per lb ................... 20c.
Eggs, per dozen ........... 12 150.
Chickens, each.................... 12Q)20o.
Peas, per bushel....... ......... 45o.
Corn, per bushel.................. 45c.
Oats, per, bushel............... 3(i50c.
Sweet potatoes ................. 6046o.
Turkeys, per 1b ............. R 80.
Fodder, per owt ................. 60@70.
Will moet at Utopia School House
on Saturday 22nd inst., at 3 p. m. Full
J. R. PERUE, Pres.
D. L. HAM, Sec.
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonica when GROVE'S TASTLESS CHILL
TONIc is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case where it fails
to curo. Price, 50 cents.
Scarlet Flannel 124, 15, 20 and 25c.,
at Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t,
Programme for Teachers Associatidn Feb.
1; .,Should the teachers encourage
school exhibitions-Miss Nannie Simp
son, Mr. H. H. Rikard.
2. Spelling in the common schools
Miss Nannie Livingston, Mr. R. A.
J. A. Perkins. of Ant'quity. 0., was for thirty
year3 needlessly tortured by physlelan) for
the cure ot eczemr. He wam quickly cured by
using DeWitt's Witch lHazel Salvo th0
auous nealing salve for piles and skin iis
eftses. -;W. E. Pelham.
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
H ighest market price paid.
t&f tf. Summer Bros.
I am still running my Harness Shop
at old stand by first-class harness
maker. Harness made and repaired.
f4t F. A. SCHUMPERT.
Death of Mrs. Dr. T. J. Hunter.
Mr. Abe Teague received a telegram
yesterday that his sister, Mrs. T. J.
Hunter, died yeaterday at their . ome
in Trenton, S. C. She leaves a husband
and three children. Dr. Hunter is a
native of this county and a graduate of
Newberry College. We extend to him
in his sorrow our heartfelt, sympathies.
Mrs. -M. B. Ford. Rundell'o, Ill.. nllbred for
elfbt years froml dyapo Rla and ahroni con
at ipoton and was finally cured by using De.
W tt's Little Early Risera, the famous little
nill for all Ltom!tnh and liver troubies. W. E.
72 inch Bleached Table Linen 50c.
Doyles and Napkins to match at
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
Store lionse for Reu:.
On Main Street, opposite R. C.
Williams' Furniture Store. A pply to
R. C. Williams. fattf
Auditor Cromer's A ppointmecnts.
Auditor Cromer or an authorized
agent will be at the following places
on the dates named below for' the pur'
pose of taking returns of property for
.At Maybinton January 24th.
At Oiymphville Jan'uary 25th.
At 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 Newberry until February 20th,
after which time the law requires a
penalty of 50 per cent. to ho added.
Mrs Stark, Pleasant R idge, 0., sayP, "A fter
two dootora gave up my boy to die. I saved
himi from eroup by usina' One Minute Cough
Cure," It is the quickeat and most cor tain
remedy for coughs. colds and all throat and
lung troubles. W. EC Peiham.
Clairendale Quilts, 11-4, only 75c., at
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
FRESH VACCINE POINTS!
We announce arrival
of- Fresh Vaccine Virus
at Pelham's Pharmacy
Orders from Towdnand Country
promptly filled; only the purest and
safest Vaccine sold at.
Peiham's Drug Store.
Hood(-Il okma n.
Rov. J. B. Uood left Newberry this
week feor Natural Bridge, Va., and on
the 2d1 of.Februa.ry he will be united in
malrriage to Miss Eva Hickman. After
tha wedding ho will return to his work
in this county. We shall extend to
them a warm welcome and hope their
life may be full of pleasure and blessed
with many-good works.
iarcas Goods and Trimming's ait great
ly reduced prices at Wynn's Bargain
A most desirable house wIth 6 rooms,
conveniently located in the city of
Helena, 2 acres of good land attached
on which 2 bales of cotton was made in
1897. A pply to
ti kEVANS & WVILB1UR.
AFARtOUs AND At. ABOUT
See notice of final settlement.
Vaccination shielde are the latest fad.
See notice of dissolution in another
See notice concerning town taxes in
Mr. T. C. Pool has just received a
car load of fine mules.
The public vaccinator vaccinated
only one porson yesterday.
The County Board was busy yester
day filling the jury box for '18.
The bicycle track at the old fair
grounds has been graded down.
Mr. W. B. Aull has moved into his
new residenco on Johnstone street.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower came up from
Columbia, and spent Wednesday at
Mr. D. H. Witherspoon, of the Pros
perity Advertiser, was in the city yes
Col. C. J. Purcell is building four
cottages on his lot near "Brooklyn
Dr. J. Ward Pelham, of Clinton,
came down to Newberry Tuesday and
spent the night.
Mr. J. R. Hunter, of Columbia, came
ip Tuesday on a visit to his brother,
Chief H. C. Hunter.
Mr. W. A. Wallace has returned
to Newberry and is assistant agent at
the Southern Express office.
During the illness of Dr. J. M. Kib
ter Dr. Peter Robertson is acting
Chairman of the Board of Health.
The small-pox scare caused cousid
erable excitement throughout the coun
ty, but we think it has about subsided.
A brick sidewalk Is being laid on the
side street leading from McCarty &
Co's. corner on Main street to Friend
Misses Fanny and Lucy McCaughrin
arrived home from Concord, N. C.,
where they had been visiting, on Mon
day last. -
Hon. Geo. Johnstone, Maj. J. F. J.
Caldwell, Jas. Y. Culbreath, Esq., and
W. H. Hunt, Esq , are In Columbia on
Two boys who had run away from
their homes at Polzer were arrested
here on Wednesday and sent back to
We are having changeable weather.
Wednesday it looked as if we would
have sleet and snow and yesterday we
had spring weather.
Dr. J. M. Kibler has been confined
to his bed for the past week, but we are
glad to state is improving and will be
able to be out in a few days.
Improvements are still going on
around the Power House. Superin
tendent Voss will soon have it one of
the prettiest places in town.
At a meeting of the city council last
night the time for paying town taxes
was extended to the 31st instant. After,
that date executions will be ist)ed.
Dr. P. G. Ellesor left yesterday after
noon for New York City where lie will
spend a month or six weeks, taking a
p)ost-graduate course in medicine.
There will be preaching at the Epis
copal Church this evening at 7.30
o'9lock by Rev. Mr. Holmes, also ser
vices Sunday morning and afternoon at
the usual hour.
The city has beeni overrun for the
past few days with commercial travel
ers. Mine Host, B3ardin, is prepared
to entertain all wvho come though, at
Mr. Wmn. Kibler is clerking for Mc
Carty & Co. Mr. McCarty has for the
past three wveeks, and is still, confined
to his bed with a severe attack of in
The Arnold-Welles Players will ap)
pear at the opera house every night
next week. 'rhis is a good company
and should be patronized. The press
speaks highly of the company.
A committee of prominent gentlemen
are out solicting subscription to asefat
the firemen in buying a ball-bearing
iacing reel. Help the boys to gat the
reel and you will never regret it.
The question of widening and straight
ening the street from the public mar
ket.leading to "Brooklyn" is being
considered by the city authorities.
r'his would be a great, improvement
and a lasting one.
Col. 0. L. Schumpert, returned
yester'day afternoon from Spartanburg
where lie had been attending court.
He succeeded in obtaining an acquittal
in the Newbold case. The jury was
out only five hours.
The Newberry Grocer.y Company has
been dissolved by mutual consent.
Messrs. W. D. Goodman and R. C
Maybin have bo.ughit tihe stockc of goods
and will continue the business under
the firm name of Goodman & Maybin.
The n)embers of the Excelsior Fire
Company are requested to attend a
meeting at the Council Chamber this
evening at 7.30 o'clock. This is to take
the pla.ie of the regu?ar meeting which
was to have been held last IMonday
night. A full meeting is desired.
Persons who are troubled with indli
gestion will be inserested in the ex
perience of' Wm . H. Penn, chief clerk
in the railway mail service at Des
Moines, Iowa, who writes: "*It gives
me pleausure to testify to the merits of
Chiam berlaln's Colio, Cholera and Diar
rhre Remedy. For two years I have
suffered from indigestion, and am
atet to frequent severe attacks of
pain in the stomach and bowels. One
or two dloses of this remedy never fails
to glv)i perfect relief." Priee 25 and 50
cents: sold by W. E. P'elhanm.
To Oure a Cold in One DJay.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All Druggists refund the money
if it falls to r. 29m faOn
ki to 1mall-pol and vaeoinatjon.
At this writing it sooms that the
small-pox scare is about over, that is,
as far as Newberry is coucerned. Noi
ther of the.suspects in the detention
house have so far broken out with the
disease, and we have heard of no other
4uspeo' in the county. Vaccination
has about ceased and several sore arms
are all that is left to remind persons of
the recent alarm; howover, it is best
yet to be cautious and on the alert, for
we may not yet be entirely safe.
Dr. S. Pouo, the public vaccinator,
has so far vaccinated 1,997; of this num
ber 629 are whites, leaving 1,308 ne
groes that have been vaccinated. In
addition to the above Dr. Pope has
vaccinated about 50 from the country
and revaccinated 221. The public vac
cinator gets no pay for revaccinating.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is prepared by
experiocced pharmacists who know
precisely the nature and quality of all
The Mirth Makers Disband.
Laugan's Merry Mirth Makers that
appeared at the opera house on Mon
day and Tuesday nights of this week
disbanded after Tuesday night's per
formance and all but two of the perfor
mers left on the train that night for
their respective homes.
The company contained some excel
lent performers, notably the Langans,
in their acrobatic and specialty fea
tures; and Miss Florence Wheeler in
her specialty work, singing and dane-,
Ing, deserves special mention. She is
one of the itost graceful dancers that
have over appeared on the Newberry
stage and is an actress of ability, hav
Ing starred in some of the leading com
panics on the road. She created a
great deal of favorable comment
through the South a fow years ago
while starring in the "Little Nugget"
company, with JoCawthorn,and doubt
less will be remembered in Newborry.
Motho-re whomo ehildren are troub!ed
with bad coldi, cr)up or whooping
cough will (io well tp read what Dr.
R. E. Robey, 4oiuey, M., says on the
subject. He iltes: "For years we
have used Ohnobier!nI,,'s (.Caigh Rem
edy, and always keep li. In the house.
It is regarded in our fatmi'y as a speciflo
for all kinds of colds and coughs. The
25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by W. E.
The Episopal Convocation.
The Greenville Convocation of the
Episcopal Church will convene on Jan
uary 26th next in St. Luke's church,
There will be public services on
Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock with
sermon. On Wednesday morning the
Bishop will conduct a retreat for the
clergy. He will make his Episcopal
visitation to the' church that evening
at 7.30 and will preach.
On Thursday and Friday there will
be services at 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m.
with sermon or addresses at night.
Sessions will be held in the afternoon.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend the servicee, as also convocational
sessions. There will be services the
PROTECT YOUR ARM
That has been vacci
nated by wearing one
of T. & J's, shields only
10 cents at Robertson
& Gilder's Drug Store.
Atthe Opera House.
A t the opera house lanit night the A r
nold-Welles Players presented to a
large audience "The Hidden Hand."
Trho cast fully sustained the reputation
of the company and delighted those
who were present with a splendid per
Mr. Arnold's company has been fur
ther strenghtoned by the arrival last
night of several people hitherto en
This company will open a week's en
gagement at the opera house Monday
night, 24th. Price 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Ladies admitted free Monday night if
accomp)anied by a gentleman with one
reserve seat ticket.
~A LONG TIME AGO
Some one asked:
Mistress Mary quite contrary
Hlow does your garden grow?
Such a question is agravating
after the garden is planted and
there is found to be something
the matter with the Meod,
We don't believe there will be1
any trouble if you come to us for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
. . .GARDEN SEED . ..
We keep Bruist's Garon
Seed and they never'
FAIL to GROW
'#0 Wvoul Rot KooD tlorn, IF ThEY DID.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL THE1 NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO.
[Spoolat Correspoutenco Herald and News. I
Mrs. Samuel Brooks has moved from
her home place to her brother's, Capt.
Jas. Moore, in the lower portion of the
county near Fairview.
We regret to learn that Mrs. U. B.
Whites is critically ill with pneuimo
nia, and having been recentIy so very
sick it may go very hard with her.
Dr. McFall, who has been sick for
some mouths, we are told Is no better.
Mrs. Dr. Ridgell, of natesburg, who
has boon on a visit to her father, Dr.
McFall, returned to her home last
The bold burglar is again in our
midst. On Sunday night they made
,n attempt to break into the residence
)f Judge Hair. The Judge was not
it home or he would no doubt havo
inoted out justice to thei in short or
lor. They did not succeed in getting
in. The alarm was given and they loft
in a hurry.
Our Board of Health is talking of
:aking vaccination compulsory. If
ho small pox starts In this county we
lon't want it down here, sure.
Col. E. 11. Aull was in town for a
ihoet while Wednesday on business.
[Te is looking well and is wearing his
ionors caty. He said he wants no of
leo. Even If R. R. Commissioner was
)ITered him he could not take It as his
riond Rev. Mr. Sligh is a candidate.
Say, Mr. Editor, did you over see a
neaner, yes, dirtier sling at any one
han the State gave Senator Mower on
Wednesday. This is a free country
knd Senator Mower is a free mWyi and
io had as much right to allow himself
o be voted for as Chief Justice as any
nan in the State. Simply because he
iaw proper to allow his name used
igainst a pet of the State, it must fly
ip and sting him. This to our mind is
>oor journalism and should not be
sountenanced. All honor to the New
)erry delegation for its vote.
Mrs. J. A. Dominick and her friend
Aiss Speake, of Kinards, are visiting
,Ar. B. L. Dominick.
The alarm of flro was given last Fri
lay and persons wvere seen running
lore and there but no one seemed to
cnow just where the tire was. After
iunting around the fire was found to
De the lumber at the cotton mill. A
passing train threw off some burning
.vood from its tender near the piles
>f lumber, setting the grass on fire
which in turn set the lumber on fire.
It was soon extinguished. Losw about
Mr. A. G. Wise has gone West for
%nother carlood of mules and is ex
pected back this week.
Our town has been overrun thG past
week with drummers. We don't be
lieve that we ever saw as many in so
short a time. Mine host Wise wears
a broad smile and who could blame
him. We are glad to see them.
On and after this date the business
at the Southern Express ofuie will be
::onducted on a strictly cash basis. No
3xception to this rule.
t 10 J. A. Bur'ton, Agt.
Sleth Eden Item.
The work for the new year has comn
tnenced. Every one seems to have
plenty of bands.
There is some excitement concern
ing the small-pox from the numerous
reports now in circulation. Every pro
3aution should be taken to prevent its
spreading, for it would certainly be very
letrimental to the town and county.
Mr. D). L. Clamp will still 0ocupy the
parsonago the present year'.
Mrs. P. Burton who has been quite
11, we are sorry to say is no better at
~his writing. Her daughter, Mrs. Ro
land from Georgia is with her.
There have been a few cows sick in
>ur community, and we think it is
saused by the continued use of cotton
seed hulls and meal. Will not some
ne kindly give us some information on
Mrs. H. H. Folk has been ill for soe
1,imo. Hopo) she will soon regain her
4-4 Blleachin g, good qualit.y, Sc., at
Wynn's Hiarga in Store. t&f2t
TrJe are lots of things iln
a Jewelry Store that don't
Lots of smnall artistic articles
suitable for Xmas prIesen ts
that you wouldI never think
of unless you saw thorm.
We have a beautiful line of
small Novelties at extremely
You can come and spend a
plIeasant hour in looking
around at our stock und buy
wheLn you get ready.
EDUA RD SOHOLJTZ,
E ARE PREPARED TO SAI
lars per ton on their purchast
iave them One to Two Dollars on the
ash and Cotton Seed Meal. Guaran
with same analysis. We can sell you
to use of each and you do the mixing,
mixed that will analyze 7 per cent. 1)
and 2 por cent. of potash, all for $15.
company to price you a fertilizer that
will find that it will be necessary for ;
more for your cotton to pay the differ
of your crops you can afford to sell th
ducing your average and increasing y
acres to produce what would naturally
saviag of 50 por cent. in makIng your
of production 50 per cent., you can a
proportion. These suggestions are fr
to consider them before buying your f
quanity to sell, nnd if you desir
orders and haul out when it f
to supply the demand of our
years; and if present sales are an
will be entirely sold out in thirty dayE
office over Purcell & Co's store.
The Arnold-Welles Company.
At the opera house last night there
was a One audience, despito other at
t 'actions in the city, to greet the Ar
nold-Welles layors. The reorganized
company presented the beautiful
co:nedy drama, "Our Uncle Joah," in a
most acceptable manner. The audienco
was well pleased.
The specialties of Mr. Silver and Niss
Frixie Lewis were, as on the opening
night, exceptionally good. Little gold
on-haired Jessie also made quite a hit
with her specialties. Miss Welles in
troduced something new when she ten
dored her selections from the orches
tral part, playing her own accompani
ment.-The State, 20th.
Valuable to Farmers.
Elsewhere in these columns will be
found an announcement from M-. L.
W. Floyd, Prosident, Secretary, Treas
urer, and General Manager of the Now
horry Cotton beced Oil Mill and Ferti
lizer Company, which is of espelal in
terest to farmers and planters, as he
states that his company is in position
to Eqve themni money in purchasing for
tilizers. Every farmer in the county
will do well to consult Mr. Floyd be
fore making arrangements to buy his
fertilizers, as he is offering opportuni
ties which if taken advantago of will
prove both proltable and advantag
The residence of Mr. T. J. Mayes on
Wednesday of this week at 11 o'clock,
was the scene of the happy marriago of
Mr. M. B. Chalmers and Mits Mary
Mayes. The marriage was solemnizcd
by Rev. Dr. J. B. Fox in the presence
of relatives of the contracting parties
and a few invited guests. Immediately
after the marriago they left tor' their
futuro home near Pomaria.
The1 Herald and News wishes for the
happy couple a long life of unceasing
pleasuire, happi ness and1 prosper-ity.
Cigar Sale I
I have a few off brands of
Cigars that I will sell regardless
of cost. These Cigars are all
sold by manufacturers for first.
class goods, but they do not suit
our trade. Call for
"A TTACVA CLUB"
and "BEN BOWS !"
if you want Cigars at a low
My Rogular Lilo of Clars
is up to its usual excollence
We do our share of supplying
the most fastidious smokers of
the town, therefore, we cannot
afford to keep anything but the
best in our regular line. Thank.
inig you for past favors and ask
ing a continuance of samo; I am
yours to please,
S. B. JONES.
Cannon & -ys
are agents for the
Mansion House~ Steam
Greenville, S. C.
is always excited by thme immaculate
ly 'at apponranice of the man whose
linen is done up at this laundry.
IThe young ladies of Newborry al
ways say they know when linen ham
been done up here, becauso ouw
patrons "always look as if they hat
come out of a band box." Qivi
us your packagen.
rE THE FARMERIS FIVE DOL.
9 of Aimuoniated Fortilizers. Can
r purchases on Acid Phosphate, Pot.
teoing our grades against any others
the material and toll you proportions
that will give you a Fortilizor when
hos. Acid, 4 por cont. of Aniuoia
00 por ton. Ask any guano dealer or
will analyze as the above, and you
,ou to realize two cents per pound
once in price. By reducing the cost
em cheaper.; this can be done by ro.
)ur fortilizers, thereby causing 100
requiro 150 acros to produco---a not
crop-and if you decroase the cost
iord to sell your proceeds in sano
:m practical experionce, and ask you
artilizors. We have only a limited
a to got the advantago pltco your
uits, as we hav0 not boOn ab o
Fertilizers in the past seven
index of this yoar's business, we
l. Call and soo ino boforo buying,
NEWBERRY OIL MILL,
By L. W. Fi,oyi,
Pros., Treas., Sec'y and Managor.
STATE OF SOUTH CA1OLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBEiY--IN
W. 1). Iardy, Master, P'laintil'. ngainst
J. V. and T. It. Sanders, I>fend
Y ORtDER OF THE COURT
'hereln, I will hell b fowe tho (5our1t
house at Newberry, during the litgal
hours of sale, on tire First Monday im
February, 1898, at putlic outcry to the
highest bidder, the following describ)ed
property, to wit:
Al t hat t raet of laind, betig a poriton
of the real estate of tho hito Anrew J.
Longshore, lit tie contly ani State
aforemald, contaiing Two Iluidred
and Nineteen (*19) Acres, more or lesFs,
dind boiuded ty lands of i-st ate of A n
drew J. I,nmgshore, Dr. J. K. Gilder,
Mro. Dr. Thonipson and others.
TRImis: One-third of the purelase
money to bo paid in cash, balklane Ip
able li two c(pal auail instaliwits
wJth interest Iroi ( ay of sae, credit
portion to be sectired by a ioid of the
purchaser aend a nortgage of the prem
t8es sold. Purihamer to Iay for I)Irs.
XV. D IAlDY. MArstter.
Miaster's Oll1ce, .hian. 1l, 1898.
Sheriff 8 Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAlOLINA,
COUNTY 01F NEWBELiY.
Silas Johnstone, Master, against Thros.
S. Moor iim is 1x,'or., of A\laric W.
I1ormian and Addle V. Aloorman111.
. Y VIRTUE 0P AN EXI-'CUTION
-) to ine direct.ed herein, I will sell
beform the 'ourt, Houso art Nowberry,
S. C., on Saleday in February, (70h)
1898, the following described ireal es
tate, levied otras the property. of Ad
dic V. Moorman, to wit.: All that pI
co of land sit,1ate alIOut U I les 1north
of the Town of Newber.ry, . I., in said
County andit Stte , conitain ting l'ighlt,
Acres, mtore or less, anid b ourtned by
lands of Mlrs. E'~lla I. lnoyd., I,. W,
Floyd arid Pubrlic lI oad lead ing ferm
Newerry to Union. N. C.
TE'R1Ms di" Sa rl: (Cash. Purichtlaser
t,o pay for paptjers.
Sheriff of Newbrry County, S. ('
Shreriff's Ollice, .1 ani. 10. 1898.
STATIC OF~ Sot;TlI CA l01iN A
COUNTY O1F NEIW l E t. Y--IN
PRHOBATE COL T.
By WV. WV. Hodges, Em . P'robai to Judinge.
W H ERE AS, A. J. a itson, C. < '. C.
P.rath inarde s'it Ito mn ie to girt
hIm Let,ters of Admntristration (if the
Estrate an(1defreets of Ni ra, Neille
'1Thesoeare', therefore, to ellte anrd aid.
mnonish all andn sinigultar thle kindredjin
andi crediltors or the saliM hir. Neille
Jones, dieceasedt, that the bt'te and1( at)
p ear before met, in tire C irI. of P'ro
bate, to be hreit at New borry (out
H-ouse, f'n the 22nd daiy of J1air., neOx ,
after publlition11' hereof, ait ii i 'eiOtk
in tihe forenioon, to show cituse, if aniy
they have, why thre said Adonirstira
tioni should not be grartnt.
Given under my hand tis thre 9t,h
day of Decemnber, Anino D)omnil 181)7.
J. 1". N. (.
TO Sv,TRT TiS SEASON, WiE
AIF OFIERING SO)Ml'
VERY LOW PRWCES!
I case 4-4 Hienichinrg, it0
1 earse Outing, at 5e.
I case Indigo Blure P~'rits, 5.
II case Oil Rled Pirits, 5c.
1 case 10.4 Blaunkets, 50n.
2 hale8 4-4 Shieeting,-Go.
2 bales 27-in. Plaids, Se.
10) pc. 8-oz. Jearts, wool flilling, I.c.
20 pc.8I6-in. Henr'lottau, wool fill inrg,so.
O pe44-n. " " " 25r*.
Inl our Pstock of Binlck Dress Goods w
have a complete line in faar anid pilin
from 20c to $l.50 per yard. 'in our Cil
(redt Dress Goods our1 stock was never
better in this linri; y'ou will findI st.ylIe
aind prices to suit. In our Silk Stock
youwil iIal thre new ii thing t hat
aire out ini Fanirey Stri pe, l'labul aneil
Figured. Also fancy V,tlvets ini all
shiadle. We want, your to see our line
of Damatisk, Napkirns rind D)oyles - 50-iin.
Ited Damask aut 25t'. htleaching at till
prices. fIr NiapkIins we can givec you ar
good one for r50e pier do.
You must, seo ouir line of I"lanneris.
Uurndeirwear and Iirlnets, princes ton
suit all. Ini our
we raro showing thn best, linet of Sailtors
ever shown. Our ne0w shaide,s and( farn
cy H-ats aii' wort,h youi attenrtionr. in
Rlibbons we cart show your all of tihe
new shade1s anud colorinrg. (Cime tarnd
seo what we harve ntnw ini fatney VeilIinrg.
tiWe are1sur we cani pleaise you if
your will give urs ai look.
Davenport & Renwick,
NEWBERRY OPERA HOUS.
C. A. BOWMAN, MANAGER.
MIanMu. M9g4tt, Jan. 24.
I lRcE, 10, 20 and 30 CENTS.
RIeserve seuls now onl sale at Isullu
'NDK,Rt INSTRtUCTION O11 THE
Town Council not.ico Is hereby
iven that execut-ions will bo issued for
alI dolinintit taxes aftor Jnnuary 31st.
This Is linal.
Ily order of Couneil.
C. A. BOWMAN,
C. & T. T. C. N.
III[-" AN10W"13.RRtY GROC14"RY
- Company has this day boon dis
.olved by 1m11utual conment, W. 1). Good
in and It. C. May bin having bought
the slock of goods. The flirm will hero
afte. h rin uidel- the lIrIn nan of
('ooia' and Mavbin. Tuanking t,he
public for. the Ilibunal pationage be
sto%e(l oin the old firIn and soliciting a
conltiitiance wviLi tie low firm..
W. 1). (OODMAN.
f. 21- It. ItN AYIN.
Nolico o Filial Sctt!cMent anl Dischorge.
NOTICE' IS HEREtiBY UIVE-N
that. I will il.iko a final settle
flt0110 oil the utstato of Mrs. Fann1ie 8.
Andrewm, deven"ed, oul the 18th day of
Fbruary, 1898, at 11 o'clock, iI the
( flle 4if the Judge of Probate for New
l'irry Counlily, in the Slate of Houthl
Carolina, alnl will linl Iedlately there.
arter tiplly for a final dishirge, as
Adinlinisirator of t.h- haid eNtate.
All pivr-ons holding clitlim against
the mald cst.ull will renlder the Samlie
tly attettted, and aill persons indebted
to Ithe said cstawe will please pay thle
une10 oil or before that tite, to tie un
W. A. AN D11,WS,
January 15, 1898. f. 4t.
Diss1toin of Pal't11o'ship.
T f11 l' [iRM OP VANS & WILSON
havitig dlissolved by inut,ual coil
selt they will t". thank their frienlids
an(I forier customerH for the liberal
p1tr,olngt. inl the pist.
The new III-Im of I"vtas & WIlbur will
coitinue businless at tho o1l st,and, andt
Solicit. tlbZ pula,ollage of their frilendit
Itlcl forer custornlen This nlew firml
will carry-3 a fil l 111e of Gr1-ocer-los, Dry
(I....dI::, Buutti and Shous an:1 Plantation
Gu1>1es. (iv'O themll ia call.
I-'ANS & WILBUR.
rip1 l : A Tl; m, sou-l'ii CA RO.
COllI iti' F COM MON PL IHAH.
Joh1n Mt. Schmi lert111 as1 Suervi1sor1 forl
Newherry1I3' Courliy, StateI of Southl
(aroi llina, Pla3inItil taigalI si. AalronI
par Itner1s((111i delnst1buiie I niider t he
8i InI1111 'i mem e of. (thenha' &l 1"ied
Iiud tiol for1 i*elle f.h Cleina-t (2iled,
for New ia-.rry Ciounlty, and to serve a
ati Newhe r'ry (Cotart. Ho1us1. South (Coroi
ina, witin1 twety days3- aler the ser
vIle hereof; e'xI'lusive oIf the( day of
Hill' se rrv (ice; ainid If you fall toI ans8wer
sidi, the( phduIlt Ill' in thi1s aet-oni wIll
I11UN I' & H IUN'r,
)Dted D)ecembekr 21, A. I. 1897.
To thle Deofendmaia. Aarioni Ilinthen
thal1*1 ini Monriou Ilickart:
' ('I ake 110not ita thei. comlplaba, la
dhav of Dcemer111, 189)7, Ifild in the
(1illee of t hu Clerk of' the Court of Com1
mon11 Phas 11 for Newberry (Coun1ty, ii
the State (If S uth CIarollia.
If (NTf & H UNT!,
'IaIn tifI's A ttorneyn,
S 'l'E 01<' SOUTH (CAROLINA
COUNTY 01"' N1EWhEiity..--li
('OM MON P'LE AS.
J ohn Mi~ . Seh 1pert au 111 SIipJervisor fori
NewheIlrr'y (County, Mouth Carolina,
P laiintifI, ag~le*1t Mi. N. I(jJienhal
al (C. 11. Risetl, .partnier0 d'inlg
biuins11 urider thei fi, un name of if
HunmIlIonIs for itelief. (Complaint FlJeld.
" ~OU AItE' IEItEfIy SUJM
tho complaint11 inII 111i8 aclti wichO IC
1led in thilee of,i t,fIhe Clferk oIf (ourt,
for Newhe'rry County, and to servo a
copyI ofI your11 answe Wo the said811( coin
ai. Ne Owherry (Couirt Husie, 8).1r hi Caro
fina V withIin twent. 1 ay ( aftOIer tile Melr
vi' here14' 'l i; excofn-.ive of' the day of
4111h ('iIlIjvlee;lWfli andifyo fll1( t olswe
811id, the hInitif n11 iis11 actio 1)1will
a1pplfy to the0 Cou 1rt for 1110 rele Id le
:nande in101 1 tho 48111n111ain1t.
II UN I' & H- UNT!,
I)ated D)'eembe'r 21, A. D). 189)7.
Toi t he Defenidants , M. S. HOosenthll
TIak 1(0 ll.-e, thalt thle com11pI&fn t In
11 the abIo s1tat.ed aoltion wats. on the 21st
dayl3 of Deoni m er, I 1'7, fli ed in t he offlee
oif t hoe 'lerk of 1the Couart, (f Comm~rion
PlIeas for Newherruy County, in1 tihe
Sta (f 8outh Ca mrolinail.
HUNT & UUNT,
J. Y. CULBRIIEATH,