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Correoted every Tuesday and Frt ay
by Sumipor Bros.
Meat...,,,..... (aN e.
4houlders . 5(4
Hatus...a...................... 10(i 1 2e.
Best Lard ......... 7 Ic.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 10).
Good 'olasses ..... 25(i)35c.
Corn ............... .
I eal. .0 ..6*
M eal .......... . : . . ..,............ I re
Hay..... . ............
W heat Bran ..................... .
Ust Patent Flor .........$
2n4 Best Flour ...........
Strait Flour..... ............ $5.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.00(4.75.
Sugar .......... ......... 0("1.
Rice.................................... . .
Cottot; seed meal, per sack... I 0.
Hulls, per. ton......... ........... $3.00
Butter, por lb ....................I C 20c.
Eggs, per doAen ............... 121@40o.
Chickens, each..... ....... 124(w2oc.
Peas, por bushol........ ..... 0c.
Corn, per bushel ........... 500.
Oats, per bushel....... 35(00.
Sweet potatoes ................... W40o.
Turkeys; per lb .................. 0( 8c.
Fodder, per owt .................. 6Ca75c.
James D. Nance Camp.
There will be a meeting of the Janes
). Nance Camp, U. C. V., held in the
court house at Newberry on Monday,
saleday in February, at 11 o'clook a. i.
All metabers are urged to attend.
C. F. BOYD, Adjutant.
Bucklen's Arniea Salve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
rulses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
'Fever Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skiu Erup.
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Prlc..25 cents per box. For sale by
Itobertson & Gilder.
4-4 Bleaching, good quality, 5C., a
t ynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
bogramme for Teachers Asso0tion Feb.
Should the teacher- encourage
so iool exhibitions-Miss Noandie Simp
a ln, Mr. H. H. Rikard.
Spelling in the common schools
M s Nannie Livingston, Mr. R. A.
PLperlty comes quickest. to: the man
whos liver is in good condition. )N-Witis
Litile Early iiers are fan.ous littin pill, for
.'Muetipation, billousnmss, ludigestilon 11 itl al11
Ston\aoh and liver troubles. W. E. Ile 11 n.
Scarlet Flannel 12j, 15, 20 and 25c.,
at Wynn's Bargain Store. t& f2t
I am still running my Hamness Sho)
at old stand by first-class harness
maker. Harness made and repaired.
f4t F. A. ScHUMPEiRT.
J. 13. Walton has opened a Har
nels Shop on Main Street, next door
to . Klettoer's. Will make now
harmes and repair old. Twenty-live
years7experience. Prices reasonIable.
Give him your orders. Satisfaction
Evanms & Wilbur.
Are in the market for your guano
I. usiness as wvell as for grocerices, hlard
v~ are and all plant ation supplies. We
irect you to their announcxeent in
another column. Tlhey are selling
high grade fertilizers and will make it
to your interest to see them beforo pur
it is easy t.) catchx a cold and Just ns sy to
ge it 1 if you Comunence early to us -One
MiueCough Cure. It cures coughs, cold ,,
bronchItis. pneumonia and all throat,- anr1I
Slung troubles. It is pleasant to take, ,uafo 1to
.iso and sure to ouro. W. E. Pelhbam.
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hidet'.
Bighte. market price paid.
t&f tt. Summer Bros.
72 Inch Bleached Trable Lineni 50c.
Doyles and Napkins to, match at
iWynn's Bargain Store. taf2t
Auditor Cromner's Appointmenitu.
Auditor~ Cromer or an authorized
~agent will be at the following p~lateu
.on the dates named below for the pur
upose of taking returns of propert y for'
At Walton January 26th.
At Pomaria January 27th.
A t Sligh's January 28th.
At Jolly Street January 29th.
At O'Nealls Janunary 31st.
At St. Luke's F"ebruary 1st.
-Ant rosperit Feray 2nd anmd 3d.
- An at ewbery until F'ebruar,y 20th,
fter which- time the law requircs a
*ypenalty of 50.per cent, to be added.
IaTAT. 01 Ouro, (hTY Or Tor. D-' 5,
LUCAS COUNTY. sH
SFRANKc J. CHENECY makes oath thatL le is
ti:e senior partner of the firm of K. J1. CIiENEY
& CJo., doin businiess in the City of Tioledo,
ICounty and State aforesaId, and that said
rrmwilj ay the Rum of 0N IIUN Di)
)OLLA Itq for each a.nd overy case o,f CA.
'jAtnRI that cannot bo cured by the use of
htA LL's UATARiRH CUR N
. . FRANK J. CHESNEY.
Sworn to before me anda subscribed in miy
)jrsene;, tisi 8th day of D)ecember, A..i,.
gaaiI A. W. GLEAS~ON.
I } Notary Pu ble.
11ll1s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucou~s sur
f. sos of the system. Rend for testinm- ias
fen. F. J1. CH E~Nx:Y &CO., Toled a, 0.
- 8Wold by- truggists, /no,
Mayor Evans In Columelia.
S Mayor Evans went down to (Colum
bia last week on a business trip and
during hIs stay there was shown the
great hmptrovemnents being carrlcd on
la that city in the way of good streets
and sidewalks. Ho is enthusIastic over
the work of Mayor Sloan in giving Co
rlumbia such excellent sidewalks and
sret.t He Is of the opinion that Co
lumbia has a good.thing In Col. Sloan
--a fact of which there Is no doubt.
Mrs Miary Dird, Unrrisburg, Pa., Rays. "M
chii d is worth mtillons to mns. , et Iwoul
hanve lo-t*iel' by eroup had I not, Inves e
trity- fiveceints in a bottle of One M nu
Cout. Unrse." It cures eoughsk colds anmd ai
throat Sud Jung trouble.. I, oh
VA10JRU AND ALL ABOUT
Don't touch that arm!
Small cottages are always in demand
See notice sale of personal property
on February 10th.
See notico of examination of teachers
for county certificates.
"Our Uncle Josh" and "Our loving
wives" at the opera house tonight.
A "blind tiger" case was beforo the
Mayor Monday morninc. -postponed.
Policeman Bradley is out again after
being confined for a week narsing a pot
The quarantine has been raisee at
thie post house and the suspects rc
Alderman J. J. Lane and. wife arrived
ift the city last night irom Philadel
M. A. Carlisle, Esq. went down to
Columbia yesterday. He is expected
to return to-day.
Prof. B. L. Jones, of the Columbia
city schools, was in the city on Satur
day and Sunday.
Mr. Claud Garrett, representing
Harris' Lithia Springs, was in Now
The ladies of the A. R. P. Church
have some very pretty and fragrant
flowers for sale at S. B. Jones' store.
Mr. J. W. Taylor will leave to-day
for Asheville, N. C., in the interest of
the Carolina Manufacturing Company.
During the absence of the Mayor last
Friday and Saturday, Alderman Ear
hardt acted in his stead.
Mr. E. S. McNeill, of Greenwood,
joined his family here last Saturday,
on a visit to Mrs. McNeil's parents.
Many of our citizens are of the opin
ion that the disease can be but little
worse than the remedy for prevention.
Miss Eloise Watson, bf Thomas, Ga.,
Is visiting at Dr. S. G. Welch's. Miss
Watton is a very entertaining and at
tractive young lady. -
Many of our citizens thought we were
on the verge of a cyclone Saturday
night. It was an angry looking cloud
and tho.wind blew at a rapid rate.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will give an entertainment in the opera
house, on February 4th, the proceeds
to go into the new church fund. -
It is thought that the Governor will
appoint a supervisor of registration for
this county within the next few days.
There are about a dozen caudidates.
Another robbery was reported in the
.city last week as having occurred a
few miles from town in which $180 wns
lost. Particulars could not be obtained.
A'devotional meeting of the Luthor
League will be held in the Lutheran
church next Friday night, a 7:30
o'clock, conducted by Mr. John J.
Long, of the Seminary. The publip ia
-The County Pension Board met yes
terday and organized and approved
some claims from the different town
ships. Besides this nothing of interest
Mr. R. BI. McCarthy, who has been
confined to his bed for several weeks
with rheumatism, was carried to the
home of his brother in Saluda County
The audience was well pleased with
the performance at the ..opera house
last night. The company is a good one
anid should be greeted throughout the
week with a crowded house.
The Board of County Commissioners
did not have a quorum present last
week and did not fill the jury box,
They only made p)reliminary arrange
meonts, but as this is the last week, they
will get down to work to-day.
Hon. Wmn. A. All, member of the
Legislature- from B3arn well, spent Sun
(lay in Nowberry with the editor of
The Herald and News. He was in
Newborry just after the war and spent
about three weeks in and around Pros
perity. Is grand-father was a brother
of the Rev. Herman Au'l the grand
father of the editor of t,his paper.
The ancient Greeks helieved that the
Penstes were the gods who attended to
the i elfare and prosperity of the fami
ly. They were worshipped as house
hold gods in every home. The house
hold god of tnday is Dr. -Kin's New
D)lseovery. For consumption, coughe,
colds8 and for all affections of Throat,
Chest and Lungs it is invaluable. It
has beeni tried for a quarter of a cen
tury andl Is gurrnnteedi to cure, or
money returned. No household oh'nuld
be without this god angel. It is
pleasant to take and a safe and sure
remedy for old1 anid young. Free trial
h,ottles at Robertson & Gilder's Drug
Store. Regular size O0c. and $1.00.
('larendale Quilts, 11-4, only 75c., at
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
Dross Goods and Trimmings at great
ly reduced pr1ices at Wynn's Bargain
The Episcopnl Conavoca,tion.
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, Hie will make his -Episcopal
visitat,ion to the church that evening
at 7.30 and will p)roh..
On Thursday and Feiday 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 services, as also convocational
sessions. Tlfere will be services the
A GREAT ENTRPRISE.
One of the Most Complete comu atetoles In
the touth-Workmanship Net to
3e Ev*U9ed Aoywhere.
Very few of our citizens realize what
an enterprise Newberry has in the Car
olina Manufacturing Company - the
most complete and perfectly equipped
cofin frotory in thp South and the only
one in the State.
Through the kindness of the superin
tendent, Mr. John W. Taylor, a repro
sentativo of The Herald and News was
shown through this immense establish
ment yesterday. 'hey have a largo
and spacious building,- equipped with
the very latest machinery needed in
their line of work. The building is
heated by @team; fitted up throughout
with elebtric lights, and, each room
and floor has fire proteotion, with a
sufficient water, supply, with hose and
nozzle attached, ready for use.
The machinery department is in
charge of Mr. John Robinson, an ex
pcrt machinist. We shall not attempt
a description of the machinery in this
department, but it is all of the very
latest improved, aud in here all the
work is cut out and shaped up prepara
tory to being sent up to the cabinet
room to be put together.
The cabinet department and paint
room is in charge of Mr. C. A. Loving,
an expert artist with the brush. Mr.
Loving's work shows off to advantage
and we do not believe he has an equal
in his line of business in the South.
The collins this company is turning
out will compart favorably with any
made by Northern or foreign factories,
in point of workmanship and prices. t
In a few days they will begin work
un fine caskets, and hope by the 15th of
February to puta representative on the
road to sol it orders.
This is a home enterprise aud our f
people do not realize the scope and
quality of the work they are doing.
The company gives employment to a I
number of people and keeps a great
deal of money in circulation. We hope
that the undertrking will prove a sue
cess in every particular.
Mr. I. A. Carlitle, the encient book
keeper, is in charge of the business
office and will welcome you at any time.
Bliss Allie Hughes Norfolk, Va., was filght
fully burned onbthe tio and neck. Pain was
int4an~tl relieved by D)eW itt's Witchlasel t
Salve, w on h(-ated tho injury without leav
Ing a scar. 3 Lis the famous pilo remedy.
WV. E Polhain.E
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.
A must 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. Apply to
t,f EVANS & WILBUR.
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 (10 not suit
our trade. Call for
"A TTA CVA CLUB"
and "BEN BOWS !"
if you wanit Cigar. at a low
M~y Rogtilai' ILil of Oigal's
is up to its usual excellence I
We do our share of supplying
the most fastidious hrmokerd of
the town, therefore, we ca'nnot
aff'ord to keep anything but the
best in our regular line. Than k
ing you for past favors and as
ing a continuance of same, I am
yours to please,
S. B. JONES.
Ill Deserves Taunts.
The general assembly anight have
defeated Chief Justice Mclver for re
election which would have been a fool
ish thing, although Mr. George S.
Mower is a good man, Ill deserving of
taunts. We regret that Judge McIver
had opposition and that Mr. Mower
was a candidate against him, but it is
creditable to the opposition to Judge
McIver that they selected for their
candidate, even as foul-th choice, so
good a man and lawyer as Mr. Mower.
There are Jots of things in
a Jewelry Store that don't
Lots of small artistic articles
suitable for Xmas presents
that you would never think
of unless you saw them.
We have a beautiful line of
small Noveities at extremely
You can come and spend a
p)leasant hour in looking
around at our- stock and buy
when you get ready.
EDUA RD SCHIOLTZ,
- The lawelelr
A good Troupe.
The Anold -Welles Players presented
at the opera house last night to a fairly
large and appreciative audience "Rip
Van Winkle " This is one of the
atrongest theatrical companles that has
ri-ited our city for several seasona.
rhey will remain here the remainder
:f the week, giving an up-to-date per
rormance each night, which it is guar
anteed will please and amuse those who
Every member of the company is an
wirst and plays his part well. During
ast night's performance Mr. Low Slf
rer and Miss Trixie Lewis pleased the
4udience with sonic exceptionally good
specialties, and little Miss Jessie Bus
;on, the little golden-haired actress,
.aptivated the audience with her songs
Lud dances, ahd Miss Wolles, the fa
nous four-voiced vocalist, introduced
ionmething new and wonderful when
he rendered her selections from the
rwhestral part, playing her own ac
,ompaniments. The above mentioned
)erforiers will appear nightly in their
To-night "Our Uncle Josh" and "Our
.oving Wives" will be the attrao.on,
nd if you want to enjoy a hearty laugh
*ou should witness the performance.
Hlgh Grado Blood and hone F*rtilzer
XXX Blood and Bone Guano.
t&f tf Evans & Wilbur.
January 19th, 1898, at the residence
f Mr. J. T. Oxmer's, Mr. Custis L.
.,itzsey to Miss Cora Leo Suber, all of
his county., Rev. W. W. McMorries
Handome From Wheelanid.
We are expecting the anow to begin
ailing any time; it has boon fixing all
f5mall grain in this section seems to
e suffering from some cause that we
annot account for, unless it is for lack
Incendiaries mustbe prowling around
kunting for opportunities. Mr. J. W.
liddle lost his barn and suoply of
'rough food," on the night of the 12th.
Vo learn, also, that an attempt was
nade upon the dwelling of Mr. Mike
)unnovant a few days ago. Fortunately
he flamos were noticed and put out be
ore much damage was done. Both
6re thought to be the work of incendi
6ries. There is no punishment too se
,ore for this kind of criminal.
Connie Etta, the infant daughter of
ir. and Mrs. John Adam Boland, died
)f pneumonia and was buried at Mt.
Pabor church, the 15th. The funeral
vas preached by Dr. 11allman. "The
lower is only plucked from earth to
>loom in eternity."
Vaccination is bring attended to
wround here too. Dr. Sease has pro
-u red some "points" and is prepared to
urnish a "typical tako."
We attended the meeting of the
'ounty Luther League, at Little Moun
ain, last Saturda'y, and 6njoycd the
liscussions. Some of the debates were
mut short, by the absence of the ap
lointed debaters, but altogether It was
i profitablo meeting. There is a good
york for this organization to (10, and
ye think it should be er couraged.
Don't buy your Fertilizers until you
iee livans & Wilbur. taf tf.
cannon & Manes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
a always exoitod by the immaculate
y neat appearance of the man whose
inen is done up at this laundry.
Phe young ladi.s of Nowborry al
rays say they kneow when linen lias
een done up here, because our
patrons "always look as if they hnJI
some out of a b)and box." Give
LIs your packages.
FRESH VACCINE POINTS!
We announce arrival
of Fresh Vaccine Virus
at Pelham's Pharmacy
Orders frm Town and Country
promnptly filled; only the p)urest andl
safest Vaccine sold at
Peiham's Drug Store.
Mrs. M. Ti lord RtuudeII',, 141.. 'uf1Tsred ii
eigh lt yeara from udya epsia ain< chronie con.
stipration and was finally eoureo by ustig D)e
Wit', Little Farly RIsers, the famnousII lh
Iills f<r all utomach and liver troubles. W. Ei
Col. J. D. Nance's Iteport ot the Battle of
CAMP ON OPEQUON CtEEI,
September 22, 1802. f
Sit: Early on the morning of the 17th
instant my regiment was placed in its
position in line of battle, near Sharps
burg, Md., and to the east of the turn
pike running from Shepherdstown, W.
Va., to that place. 'Tio position was
nearly parallel to a line of woods in
which the enemy was posted-sout.h
cast of the stone church in the vicinity
of Sharpsbarg. After holding Lhis pu
sitlon for a few minutes, my command
was put into action by Genoral Kor
shaw, immediately after a regiment of
General Barksdalo's brigade. rho con
mand advanced titeadily with spirit,
under a heavy tire drawn by. the troops
in front, until we passed through the
woods and to the farther skirt, where,
for the ir8t time we were sulliently
increased to open flire. Iln advancing
through the woods, I found it advis
abio to change my direction slightly to
the left, and It was In this direction
that my line ran when I engaged the
onemy at a halt on the outskirt of the
wood. I now closed the line to greatur
compactness, and pushed clear of the
woods and out in thoopen lfeld beyond,
where the enemy gave way with con
siderablo disorder. His line to ily
right, supported by strong batteries,
was more steadfast, and I found after
advancing some distance in the open
ield, that I was leaving his forces on
my right to my rear, which, together
with the fire then open on mnc from his
batteries on their right, and which en
filaded my line, rendered my position
hazardous. No enemy was then visible
to me in my front.; so I oflected a
change of front on my first company,
which threw my line in a slight hollow
that afforded me protection from artil
lery fire then raging, and left me in a
position to co-operate oil tile enemy's
[lank and in any movement against his
force in that direction. I directed my
men to lie down under cover of the
hill in front, while I kept a strict
watch for any demonstration of out
forces in front. It was not long before
our line advanced most beautifully
through the woods up tho open slope
beyond. The enemy's line broke, and
immediately I advanced ill) the hill
across a small road, climibed a fence,
and pansed to the sunminit of a hill in a
freshly ploughed field, where I opened
fire upon the enemy. Soon he was re
enforced, and, under the heavy fire of
artillery anl the press of fresh troops,
our line on , right, that just before
advanced in ach admirable style, fell
back so far that I retired to the road I
had just crossed. Thero I halted and
fired for a time, until a fartter reti-c
ment required me to fall back to the
hollow in which r had before changed
my front. There I remained until the
movements of tile enemy and the ab
sence of proper suipports determined
me to retire to tile woods. I sent oill
ecrs out to ascertain the position of the
forces. They could find no forces, and
I retired into the open fleld near where
our line was fist, formed. There Lieut.
W. D). Far-ley, aide-dc-camp, ineformued
mec that I was withlout proper suppor-t,,
anId atdvised (from his kniowledge of
t,he condition of our for-ces) ine to take
up my position there behind a rail
fence, running about parallel to the
woods. I then acqusanted both Briga
dier' General Kershaw and Major Gen
eral McL~aws with miy plosition and re
qjuested orders. I was dlirected to re
main in my position, and at my reqeust,
General McLaws assisted in replenish
ing my cartridge-boxes. I remained
here for ever an hour, whuen the cross
artiller-y fire of the enemy became so
sever-e thlat Brmigadier General Ker
shaw moved that part, of his brigade at
that place farther to the left, and in a
southerily direction, and about a quar
ter of a mile from the first position oc
cupied by us that day. Tileline then
formed was where the woods join~ed a
corn-field, and its dir-ectioni made an
obtuse angle wit,h the direction of the
first line. My command r-emin)ed onl
this line until we began our retrograde
nmovement on tile nighlt of the 18th.
* * * .* * * *
Very respectfully yours, etc.,
.JAMICS D). NANCFe,
Colonel, commanding 3d S. C. Rteg.
CAPT. C. R. h OLMleS,
Assistant Adjutant General.
TO tile sur-vivor-s of tile 3d S. o. Rleg
imlent who werec in tile battle of
Above you see the report of Colonel
Nance of the battle of Shiarpsburg.
The Antietam B3attlefield Board are
trying to locate the position occupiedi
by our recgimecnt in that battle While
Col. Nance's report, is a fair sttatemnen',
of what we did at, Sharpsburg, I am
compelled to bielieve hIe was mtistaiken
in our position. Southeast of the stonie,
or Dunker chur-ch, would p)lace us on
the Hlagerstown pike and entirely in
Open ground. My underst.anding of
tIhe matter is that we passed to the
niorthwesit of the I)unker chapel and
the open field, andu tihe strotng batteries
spoken of by Col. Nance wer-c in a field
of grass, anid not, plowed land. The
only plowed landu was northeast of the.
cliurchl, across the Hlager-stown pike,
and nio woods aroulnd it. If any mnem
beor of our- regiment ean give me any
infotrmation en the sub)ject it will be
gladlly teceived. I wias with the recgi
mnent thro,,gh the whole fight, andl my
r'eollectionls arc that we passed to the
left, of the Dunker chapel in thle woods,
crossed the small roadl leading fr-om the
chiurchl towards H auser's house, and
climbed a fence (where Capt, iParley
first camie to us), advanced t,hrouigh
the wood diagonally towards tile open
field, passed down tile edge of the field
and changed front to the right ai
vanced against the batteries i the
open field, and were very successful
until deserted by the troops on our
right. Then we foll back to the hollow
and finally passed diagontly across
Lhe woods to the rear in an open field,
when Capt Farley came to ut; again
and then we retirod to a fence, which
position we held until moved to the left.
near a spring in the woods, which po
31tion we held the next day, and re
tired the nignt of the 18th of Septem
W. *. PETERSON.
To the Cotton Growers of No. 6.
In accor0lance with a. resolution
passed at the convention of the cotton
zrowers at Newberry, S. C., oin the
15th inst., the uindersigned were in
itructed to call a meeting of the cotton
grrowers of No. 6 Township to organize
)ne or more sib-associations in our
-ownship. We ask all th cotton grow
nrs of No. 6 to como out to Longshore,
3. C., on the 28th of January inst., at 2
)'clock 1). n., to enroll and organize
)ne or more associations in our town
ihip. Wo ask each one who sees this
totico to cono and bring his neighbor
vith hit. No. 0) has always done her
luty, and now a crisis has arrived in
>lr tolpor-al affairs and we asic all of
.o. 6 to put thir shoulders to t he
,vhcol and help put our farming inter
sts on a paying basis.
Do not forget the time and plave, and
)o sure and como and bring your broth
.I. farmor with yoi.
W. (. PErESON.
P. C. S-mrrml.
W. A. HILL.
FOR SALE, BY
EVANS & WILBUR.
Don't buy until you
get our prices.
Dry Goods and
STATE OF& SOUT CA"OINA,
COUNTY 01" NEWH'ElitHY
COURT CO MMON PLE4IAS.
R. D). CJol Alanufatin g (Company,
PlainItilt, against IIliar Neely,
Summons for Relie f -- Comn pla int, i-i led.
To0 the Defendant, HLoward( Neely:
Y OUJ AlCHE IitIHY SUJMMONI:iD
..and requliredl to an1swer' the( comn
plaii . in this action which is Ii led in
the olhiee of Clerk of Court of CJontinon
Pleas of County an td State aforesaid,
and to servo a cop)y of your' ansHwer to
the saidl comp1laint, 0on the subiber'htI at
his oflico in Newberry in saLid County
and State within twenty days a.fLtr the
service hereof; exclusive of t.he day of
such Bervice; and if you fail to answer'
the comuplainit within the tume afor'e
Bald, the pliintiff' in this iactioni wvill
app)ly to the Courit for' the relief de
miandecd in the comaplalint.
D)ated Nov. 27, A. 1). 189)7.
[snleA A. Jl. GIISON. C. C. C. P'.
Filed 29th Nov., 1897.
A. J. GliSON, (3. C. ( 1',
rTe the Deofendant, Hlowaird Neely:
Tfake notice that the 'comp)laint in
the abIovO staltedi act.ion. together~a wit,h
the summnions, was, on the '29th day of
Novemnber', A. D). 1897, fi ledl in the or
liee of the Clerik of the Courat of (onm
mon Pleas for' Newberr'y Count.y, in
the Stato of South Caoolina.
Newberry, S. C., Dec. 28, 189)7.
STATE OF MO[UTH- CAlROLINA
COUNTY OF? NEC\HEiICitY*-IN
Prosperity Cotton Mills, ['haitit,
against Southern Waiter' Nupply
Summo,ns for Reolief.
T.Io the Defendant above namued:
Y OU ARIE.U'tlHY SU MMONI)
and r'eqiried to answer tihe (e'om
p)laiin in th is acetion of wieb ia copy is
herewith ser'vedl upon1 y~Oti, antd to ser've
a copy of your answer to the said comn
p)laint, on the subiscribhers aIt theira ollice
alt Newherr'y. in said State, wvit,tin
t,wenty (lays after the ser'vice hiereof;
exclusive of theo (lay of such ser'vice;
and if yout fil to anlswer the comiplainit.
with in the timRie ffore(iiaid, the I 'liniff
in this action will aIpply (o thei Cout
for the Rtelief (demianded in thle (com-1
Dated D)ecemiber' 3, 189J7.
Newber'ry, S. C.
MOWIit & H3YNIDl.
Pl1aintailf's A ttorneys.
Tio the D)efendant, Sout.hern Water
Ta'ikO Notice that the Comnplai nt in
the above staited action, toget her with
the Summons wias, on the 2:3rd day of
Decembner, A. D). 189)7, filed1 in theO olili'te
of the Clerk of Courit, of C.ommtuoni PleIs
for' Newhorr'y Coun ty, ini the1 Stat.e oif
MOWICit & IIYN UM,
Newhmrny,v. C , Don. *2, 1<)7.
A FTEM THIS DATEITHE OFFICE
of County Superintendent of Edu
Cation will bo open only on Faturday
and *aleday, ats will bo off on mly
rounds vist'Ing the public school-.
F. W. HIGGINS, S. E. N. C.
Newberry, S. c., Jan. 17, 1898.
Notice Board of Health
IN IIE30ARD>O[ HEALTH FO,
the Town of Nowborry having
been appointed by the Stato Board of
I-lealth a Board of Health for the
County of Newherry with power to
(quarantine tiny part of the county, re.
(Iuests and urges all citizens of the
County to be vaecinated WiLhout delay.
C. A. BOWMAN,
Secretiry loard of Health.
Notice of Fililr natSttom1it and Dischargie.
OTI( CEN IS H REMEY GIVEN
- that, wo will make a final settlo
ment on t le estate of ti. 1t. Mangum,
(e eased, iI l'rot-atO (ourt for Now
herry County on Monday, 2d day of
Vebrluary. I1898, and imumed iat,ely there
uifter apply for letters disimissory as ex
evltors of ?Id estatte. All parties
having cim1ns against, Said estat. will
present, saile oil or beforo said date,
aL thosO indebted to said estat0 will
nmake payment by)- said diato.
.1. 1'. MANGUM,
1). S. MANGUM,
'xecItors 13. H. Malangum, deceased.
NI. Ferst's Sols Co.,
T. Q. BOOZER, A9t.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Will soll 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 haitcue fir,st-elats-i workmn
in I)IIIlIImig n( d eletrie WOrk. I will
be ready to do ainY kind of work in
bove InrIIInhes when the time comos.
I shl11,l rl!" Itt Ilease inl LVeIy way,
and( every', jobm mu)3st giv sa ltisfactlin.
gratM. I amn fully ettuippead to dot
Tuing amiii~~Ll all Iot.hert iiyle wvorkc. I
keepi a full su pply of 1hi(yele stnndrtiius.
Stoves 1by the ear~ at, all prnices.
I have roeei ved1 nmny k id favore
fromi the' ple)l. of Newherr).'Iy in the
pmst, for w hich Ii mn t.iufy grateful.
I ask for a I ial in thecse tnew brancuhes
of myI~ bune'IIss.
The Place to go
Whenw ini neod of anytinrg to wear
(Gontileman or Lady !
H EAD WEAR!
80 DYWEA R!
Weo consider t hat nto one hus any
aidvant ago over ius whten it cones to
uanythlingI. inl Our! lint of goods. If
they thlinik so, we can very gnickly
knock it out, by giving you prices.
WNo will matke better pricos thanu we
have ever done. Hea c311(1farflly:
*2.00) Sh oes, AlnJ 's antd I,ad ie's, for$*1.50
$1.75 " ' " " $1.25
$1.25 " " " " *1.00
$1.00 " " " .85c
*1.003 Chi ild een's Shoies fo...... ....75c
75m Ch~ it biren's .Shoes for............00c
I aby Sh1 oes for 2.5, -10, 50(, and 75 cent s.
2,000 yd s. good Calino at'............. 4c
2.001 yardtIs -I-I WVhitet ir 1tig at, .. 4c
2,10(0 yards be$ )si, I 'hll H omespun)t ... Se
1.000) yards he't, 1)rillitng at......... 5
25 dloz. Alen's lieavy Uindershirgts... 25e
25. d1oz. 1,a .itt' ineetstt0t it.. ..1 24c
''5 doz.. I ,adins' IIeav y I iideirshirt,s.. 2C.c
I0 (In, i Li gs for ........................ ... ic
'Ie ou.i iigs fo ........................ 5
I es. t'eans for.......................20c
Goodl .Jans fo........................2c
)I H I V.ST1 line of I'f i.,A 1as,Cryggl
in N whI r -' -fryutislc r m
at the Iowe'st pr.ices.
Ilvr G((..'(loves for work, arid nilce
dressed'(l(( and indesse Kid50( 1((G0loves for
COIMl' AND) SiE~ US OFTEN I
We are' stictly business. We mcan
eve' ~ vword we say, and will prove
it, to 301u If .301 will como in
to see us.
Main Stroot . -Nnwbnery . (1