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N f1W HERTY MARNE.
Corrected every Tuesday and Fridd
by Summer Brois.
Shoulders .....................sj543 Io,
H ams.................................. 1 12c.
Best Lard ............. ........... (@8.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 500.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35e.
Corn .................................. 650.
Hay......... .................. 900.
W heat.Bran........................ $1.00.
lst Patent Flour............... .$5.75.
2nd Best Flour,................... $5.35.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.o4.75.
Sugar ..................... .o.6 .
Rice.................................... 6t 81o.
colfee................................. 1 0 300.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 900.
Hulls, per ton.................... $3.00
Butter, per lb ................. 1@20c.
Eggs, per dozen ............ 124 10c.
Chickens, each.................... 12J4 20c.
Peas, per budhel....... ......... 600.
Corn, per bushel................. 500.
Oats, per bushel........... 35600.
Sweet potatoes .................. 5 400.
Turkeys, per lb ..................OR 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 60@75c.
James D. Nance Camp.
There will be a meeting of the James
D. Nance Camp, U. C. V., hold in the
court house at Ne':berry on Monday,
saleday in February, at 11 o'clock a. m.
All members are urged to attend.
C. F. BOYD, Adjutant.
We nro nnxlous to do a little good in this
world and can think otno pleasanter or bot
ter way do (10it thtn by recommending One
Minute Cough Cure as a proventive )f pneu.
n onia. cosumwit ton and other serious lung
troubles that follow neglected colds. W. E.
Copeland & " tlbble have just received
a fresh carload of the finest and cheap
est mules over offered on this market.
Don't buy your Fertilizers until you
see Evans & Wilbur. t&f tf.
Dress Goods and Trimmings at great
ly reduced prices at Wynn's Bargain
Slroyod or Stolen.
On 13th January, 1898, one deep red
milch cow, with black spot on right
shoulder, keen, nmall horns, strayed
from my home oi Mr. T. 0. Pool's
Tribble place, or was stolen. Any in
formation to the whereabouts of this
cow will be appreciated
J. B. Walton has opened a Har
ness Shop on Main Street, next door
to 0. Klottner's. Will mako new
harness and repair old. Twonty-five
years experienco. Prices reasonable.
Give him your orders. Satisfaction
Auditor Cromer's Appointments.
Auditor Cruimer or an authorized
WgAt will be at th following places
on the dates named below for the pur
pose of taking returns of property for
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 be added.
There are three little tihings which do more
pork than any other three little thinga cre.
aited -. they are the aut, the bee and DecWitt?au
LittCle E rly Risors,-the last being the famous
little ,1ula lr stomach and liver troubles. W
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
Highest market price paid.
t&f Uf. Suimmer Bros.
Miorom hion4. for Rent.
On Main Street, opposite R. C.
WVilliamns' Furniture Store. A pply to
R.. C. Williams. f&ttf
P'rogrammuin for Teacheors Associa,tionm Feb.
1. Should the teachers encourage
school cxhibiitions-Miss Nannic Simp
son, Mr. E1. H. Rikard.
2. Spelling in the conmmoni schools
Miss Nannie Livingston, Mr. R. A.
A thrilli of ter' or is experienced when a
brassy congh4l of croup~ i.ounds through the
- hmon-e it.,utpht. iut, t he terror soon ehianges
i' to relief after Oneo Mi ito (oumgh Cu,re lhas
lbe,n administered Safe and harmnless for
children. WV. E. Pelhamn.
Scarlet F'lannel 12i, 15, 20 and 25c.,
at Wynn's Ilargaini Store. t&f2t.
I am still running my Harness Shop
at 0o(d stand by first-class harness
mae.Harness mado and r'epai red.
f4t F. A. SCHUMPERT.
I would like a few pupils on the vio
lin. For terms antd other information,
~~pply to HIUUO OCKERMAN,
P rather House,
Newberry, S. C.
~ 0,~'' in~ ~ood quality, 5ie., a
4.u4 1 " e: * St,ore. t&f2t
(all and Me&A P. Church
T~'1he ladies of the A. ' utton hole
are selling~ cut flowers, ower seed
bouquots, potted plants, and 0 soe
at S. 1B. Jones' store. The ha o sc
pretty'plants and will be glad lg
you and will take pleasure in w
on you. Call and see them.
Af for yuea of untold sutreriuf from pile
B. W. Pursa'li, of Knritneraviin a wats cure(
by using a single box of DoeWi t's Witch Ihial
8atve. Skin diseases such as eczema, realm,
p.nples andu obstinate sores are readily
euredi by this famtous remedy. W. E. Poiham.
Salesmen to sell our Olin and Greases
to the manufacturers in Newberry and
vicinity. Permanent position for right
man. Trhe Can fld Oil Ce.,
f&t2t Cleveland, Ohio.
'12 inch Bleached Table Linen 50c.
Doyles and Napkins to mnatch at
Wynn's Bargain Storo. t&f2t
' Igh Graide Ilood and Bone Fertilvzer.
XXX Blood and Bone Guano.
Dissolved Bone. .&Wlbr
t&f tf Evans&Wibr
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Miss Keith, of Walhalla, is visitinj
friends in the city.
Gordon's Mistrels are booked to af
pear here on the 9th instant.
Yesterday the weather cleared o:
and the wiad blew like March. -
Mr. Welch Wilbur and mother, c
Helena, moved yesterday to Newberr
Mr. E. It. Kibler has been appointe
Supervisor of Registration for Ne
Rev. George A. Wright left yestei
day for Chester to attend a Bible soc
"The Midnight Fire" at the oper
house Friday night will be amusin
Mr. Jacob Diokert has - moved t
Helena and will occupy the house vt
cated by Mr. Welch Wilbur. -
There was a slight snow in Newberr.
on Sunday. For a while the whit
flakes fell thick and fast but melted a
fast as they fell.
Hereafter you'll have to got you
shave on Saturday. Sunday busince
at barber shops has been ordere
stopued by the city council.
Mr. Tom Connon held the luck
number that drow the $10 gold piece v
the opera house Saturday night, give
by the Arnold-Welles Players.
Davenport & Renwick are offerin
some special cash bargains which I
would pay the ladies to examine an
take advantage of. Now is the time.
"The Midnight Fire" at the oper
house on Friday nig lit promises to be
very amusing and entertaining entei
tainment. Then it is for a good caus(
The small-pox scare has cost th
town something over $600, but abou
half of our population has been we
vaccinated. That is money well spoi
We will feel more secure in the futur<
Col. W. B. Ward, of Spartanburf
who is on a visit to relatives in Ne%
berry, has written a sketch of his lif
from December 6th, 1860, to March 2.
1865. It is a complete record of his wa
Mr. James A. Mimnaugh, Newberry
hustling dry groods muan, was called t
Columbia Saturday on account of th
serious illness of his niece. le rc
turned on Monday, as she was impro,,
We would like to see more of our pc(
plo using electric lights and water froi
the artesian' well, and now that th
prices have been reduced, we have n
doubt that. more will use these moder
Mr. ). A. Russell, a son of our town
man, M r. J. 6. Russell, who has bee
in the railway postal service for severi
years, has received several promotior
and again a few days ago was promote
His promotions have been made on th
ground of elliciency and faithful sei
vice. We are glad Lu note these pri
motions of our former citizens.
The Building and Investment C4
has closed up its business and on Thur
day will pay off the stockholders an
burn up the certificates. Trho compan
has been wvell managed and much cr<
dit is due the p)resident, Dr. 0. I
Mayer, who has worked hard for th
company. It has been a good thing fc
the stockholders and has wound ui
WVe would likec to see another starte
here anid as sooni as possible. They am
good things for a town. The mlone(
make a strong home one.
Cata,rrh Cann.ot bo Curedi
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they ca1
not reachi thu seait of the dilsease Crirrh 1s
blood.or comslltntlional d lsase, anl in, ordt
to euro t. you mnust, Iake int ,- rnl Ie medic
11all's CutorrhI Curt, Is taken interonnly, at
acts directly onth blhoo atnd ,in ,ucous 8su
faces. Hall's Cntarurh Cure is tenot a Qumat
meodicittle. It wats pre.hcri bed by ono t.1 L
best.jphyslianis ini t,hils countl ry (or years, ar
is a regular pretscrIiptIon. it is comuposi ,4
the bestM t'nites kno11wnI, conl bi 'ed with t.i
bost blood ipurlilors, acting directly on ti
iXnucotus surfaces The porfet comiInation
the two inagredients is wht prlod aces sue
wiondeurful resu,lts in curing Uatarrha. cautI r<
. .J CilICNEiY & CI)., Props., TPoledo, 0.
Soltd by D)rugglsts, p,rlco The.
Clarondale Quilts; 11-4, only 75e.,
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
C sinpume-uL ,o Ir. HIallmarn.
Rev. S. Tr. Hallman, D). D., pastor
Grace Lutheran Ch urch, Prosperit;
has been invited to deliver the bacca
aureate sermon before the gradunatir
class of the Mont Amnoena Seminal
and the North Carolhna College, Mour
Pleasant, N. C., at their annual cot
mencoment May 29th, 1898. The Dol
tor has gracefully accepted the )pro
fered invitartion, and we feel sure thi
the sermon wvili contain an ocean<
thought and he of rare attainment.
Free of Charge to Sufferers
Cuit this out and( take it to your drui
gist andi get a samphle bottle free of Di
King's New Discovery, for Constum]
tion, Coughs and Colds. Thiey do na
asck you to buly before tryirg. Th~l
wvill show you the great n'ierits of th
truly wonderful remedy, and show ye
what can be aiccomtplishedl by the regt
1lar size bott. lThis Is no ex perimien
and wotuld 1)e disastrous to the pr<
pritlors, did t hey nott kntowV it woul
Invariably cute. Many of the be;
phmysichlais nre no0w uing it in thei
p)ratice with great results, andl are, r,
lying onl it I u nmost severe caises. It
gulantIOe. Trial botttltes free at Iiober
Lson andt (Older's D)rug Store. Rleguh
ie50 cenlti and $1.00.
FOR SUP T. OF ED)UoATION.
jHe resenitatives KIhler andI 'jonle Spoker
A' is stated that Representative K(1
ier w Il be a candidate for sup)eri
tende~ t of education. Mr. Kibler' h
alwayt taken mnuch interest in cdue
tional ffairs and always looks Out I
the wel .are of the school in the leg is]
It is stn,ted that another member
the house is thinkinug of standing i
the same otlice. This 1u Mr. Troolo
Mr. Chris. Robinson of Pickens, w
ran last year, will certainly be in t
In Aid of the Methodist Church.
Friday night next at the opera house
will be an occasion upon w4ich one of
. the best amateur entertainments ever
seen in Newberry will be presented.
The ladies of the Methodist Church are
sponsors for it, which carries a guaran
tee of quality and an Qssuranco of the
elimination of any features which could
' possibly be objectionable to any one.
d Then Messrs. Bertram and Willard, the
authors, under whose direction the en
tertainment is given, are not strangers,
and their work has received the endors
ment of the different churches in every
important town und city in the State.
a "The Midnight Fire" is said to be
one of the best of their many dramatic
writings. It is one of the realistic, ex
0 citing kind, and when the audience is
not being held in spell-bound, cympa
thetic emotion through the tender heart
interest, it is being convulsed with
j .laughter. The triumph of right over
0 wrong was never more vividly por
a trayed than in the story told in the
"Midnilit Fire. "Bobby," the mis
r chievous hoy, "Mrs. Jeremiah Potts,"
s "Fritz Poppenheimer," "Pat McPhin,
a the Irish Policeman," the two'negrocs,
vie wilh each other as to who will create
y the most fun. The fireman is shown
,t both at home and at work, portraying
n in realistic mannor the thrilling rescue
of the heroine from her burning home.
g Tho fire department will appear witli
t reels, hose, ladders, and all parapharna
d lia, giving a perfect exhibition of their
work at a fire. The Rube Road Whang
a doodlers will di-course music, and
a catchy specialties will be features at
the fireman's picnic in the second act.
The following ladies and gentlemen
constitute the cast:
e Jack Clark...................Lawson Kibler
Harold Malcolm ....Eugene Bvrtram
George Baker............Smith Langford
Major Blunt...............Bassett Willard
Jun Merrili.................Fred Dominick
Fritz Poppenheimer......, Zack Wright
Pat McPhin..................Julian Kinard
0 The Stranger...............Fred Dominick
i Abe............ .....................W . E. Blats
r Bobby Potts .........Ed ward Houseal
Helen Merrill..............Miss Iula Jones
Jessie Clark............M iss Sara Wheeler
e Roxey.... .............. Miss Lois Fant
Mrs. Jeremiah Potts....Miss Ella Riser
Dinah ................................... Ed. R uss
Admission, 35 cents; gallery, 25 cents;
P- children, 15 cents. No extra charge
n for r"served seats. Plan opens at
0 Scholtz's Thursday morning.
n The Board of Stewards for Newberry
Circuit are requested to. 't at Circuit
- Parsonage, Saturday, Feb, ary 5th, at
n att 11 o'clock.
1. II. BOULWARE, Chainrman.
. The Newberry Pontoffico.
e The time is drawing near when the
term of the present postmaster will ex
' pire. There are several applicants for
the position. Who will be selected,
. of course, we do not know. There is
3- one negro who is an applicant for the
d position and who, we are told, has been
y promised something by "Boss" Web
3- ster. Tfhe Heralil and News is not
I. fighting the cause of any of the appli
e cants, though, of course, personally the
>r ed itor h as h is choice.
. What we want to say is that the ap
d pointment of a negro as postmaster at
e Newberry would meet a very wt.rm
*y protest from the citizens who are pa
d tr-ons of the ofi1ce, and we hope for- the
sake of peace and good feeling a'iong
all classes in the town and among the
,. pa1trons of the otlice that no such ap
a p)ointmn~t will be made. It would be a
er very great mistake in the appointing
p lower and also on the pairt of the eol
k ored appllicant for him to accept the
Postmaster General Ga-ry should stick
w to his resolution, formerly p)ublished,
a not to appoint negro p)ostmaisters in the
~South. The Southern white people
will treat the negro all right so long as
he behaves himself and remains in his
t position. Hie will be protected in
his rights of person and property,
and wvill be encouraged to do what he
can to better his condition, but he
is not wanted as postmaster in towns
the size of Newberry, nor even in small
or or larger towns.
g As a friend and wvell wisher of the
ycolored man who is said to be an
- applicant, we hop" ho will not accept
the office if it is tendered him, but in
the first p)lace Mr. Webster would make
a mistake to recomnmendl his appoint
Progressling anid EuntorprIsing.
~- One of the most progressive and en
r- terprising merchants in the city is Mr.
SA. C. Jones. lHe is up to date in the
a stock ho keeps and not only so but in
Is the managemecnt and arrangement of
u his store.
' Hie ha- just put in a new cash.systcm
.and gret.' wrappled and( cash kept and
d change made at one pla1ce so that there
at is little liability of a mistake being
m!kade. Hius store has the appearance
isof a city store on' the interior and by
t- selling for cash only he can sell at
ir small p)roflL.
Theo Coing Womn,
who goes to the club while her husband
tends thLi b,a well as the goodi od1
fashmiouned woman who looks after her
hiome, will both at times get run dlow n
b- in health. They will be troubled with
n- loss of appetite, headaches, sleepless
as ness, fainting or(dizz/y spells. The moiEst
a- wonderfnl renmedy for these women is
or Electric Bit te. Th'lousands of suffer
a- era from Lame Back and Weak Kid
neys rise up and call it blessed. It is
of the medicine for women. Female com
or plaints and Nervous troubles of all
of kinds are soon relieved by the use of
Electric Bitters. DelIcate women
ho should keep this remedly on hand te
he build up the system. Only 50o per bot
tle, at o bhertson Ar Gilder
Tito Uounty Doard of Health,Quarantine
Against the Colored Colleges
The County Board of Health had ap
plication from some of the students at
the State Colored College, at Orango
burg, to be permitted to come to their
homes, but since a now case of small
pox has broken out there, and one more
virulent than any heretofore, and inas
much as the city of Orangeburg has
raised the quarantine against the Col
loge, the Board of Health has ostab
lished quarantine against both the col
ored collegos, andjany one coming in
the county from 'either college will be
immediately arrested and put in the
Ioqt house for the requirad time.
This is a wise proecaution.
We are still selling quantities of
Saluda Croup Oil.
Robertson's Compound Cough
These are the medicines for the
season and Robertson & Gilder's is
the place to buy them at.
Tio Foinere IloneMutual Fire Insurance
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon, the general
ageut of this company, tells us that he
has written more insurance during the
month of January of this year than
during any month aince the company
was organized. And not only so but
the company has met promptly and
settled satisfactorily every loss that
has been sustained. The point has
been reached when people hunt it up
for insurance. There is no reason why
we Phould not build up a home com
pany and keep our money here.
This company is well officered and it
is a safe and cheap. plan of insurance
and the money paid for premiums Is
not away*from home to enrich other
sections but is kept right here in our
midst. Then why not give it business.
I have a few off brands of
Cigars that I will Hollregardless
of cost. These Cigars are all
sold by manufacturers for first.
class goods, but they do not suit
our trade. Call for
and "BEN BOWS !"
if you want Cigars at a low
My Rogular Line of iars
is Up to its usual excel!ence I
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. Than -
ing you for past favors and ask.
ing a continuance of same, I am
yours to please,
S. 13. JONES.
Cotton is at a stand still, 5 1-4.
Small grain is looking well.
Very little plowing done yet.
Mr. L. A. Sheely will move into his
new home this week.
Mr.. G. M. Dickert has moved from
Newberry to Mr. D). 10. Wessinger's
Mrs. Carrie Balletine has moved
from Mrs. Minnie L. Koon's to Mr. J.
Mises Sallie M ay Aull is spend ing this
week with her charmning cousin Miss
Gussie Werts of M.. Pilgr'im.
Mr. Andrews, of Wallceville, a cat
tle buyer, was in our town yesterday
hunting "beef," but sorry to say we
were just out.
A United States P'ost0Ollice Detective
was in our city one day this week look
Ing after our oflice. Glad to say hie
found it 0. K. There could be an im
provement still, but guess we had bet
ter keel) still. Don't pay to tell too
Mr. (I. H. Co1unts, who sold his stock
of goods and exp)ected to "travel," has
bought out Measm's. Kibler & Fellers
and wvill open uip a first-class grocery
store. We have a change every few
weeks. Who will be next:.
The "small-pox scare" is about over
with us but our "vaccinated arm" is in
the sling yet. 'Tis strange how scared
some folks can get any way, and from
almost nothing. We acknowledged we
were sold but we have plenty of com
Jatnuar'y 27, 1898.
SPECT ACLE S
There are lots of things in
a Jewelry Store that don't
Lots of small artistic articles
suitable for Xmas presents
that you would nover' think
o)f unless you sawv them.
We have a beautiful line of
small Novelties at extremely
You can come and spend a
pleasant hour in looking
around at our stock and buy
when you get ready.
The usual servicos will be held in the
school building next Sunday afternoon
%t 3 o'clock.
Our school has a full attendance of
pupils and moving on nicely.
The grain crops now look nice and
promise fcr a fair yield.
No small-pox in this section and very
row of our people have been vaccinated.
Mrs. Enos Counts and little child
have returned home after spending sov
3ral days with her mother's family.
What has become of our friend Josh
rrump? Would like to hear from him
Mrs. D. B. Cook and children visited
relatives in Prosperity last week.
Congressman A. U. Latimer has our
fhanks for a package of garden seeds.
Miss Olive Shealey is visiting hot'
sister, Mrs. James Livingston in No. 9
Out' pastor, Rev. S. T Hallwau, D.
D., paid us a pleasant visit last week.
We think the Logislators mado a
great mistake in extending the time
for the payment of taxes. Extonding
the time will only cause the people to
be more careless as to paying their
taxes and then possibly place them in
worso circumstances. No extension of
timo should have been mado.
Miss Gussio Kibler is visiting her
sister, Mrs. A. A. Singley.
Rev. Jas. D. Kinard and wife of Lees
ville have been spending a few days
with his mother's family in this sec
Mr. Editor your editorial last weck
on hard thnos and grumbling about It
was interesting and true. Notwith
standing the low price of cotton if the
people will just try they can make the
times better and they can do it with
out grumbling and complaining too.
We have no faith in the Cotton Grow
ers' Convention while we hope it will
result in some good to tile fariers yet
we have more faith in the far'mor's who
will plant less cotton and raise their
supplies at home and lot, 5 cents cotton
We are told that some person or per
sons carried a nice shoat froml Mr. John
F. Wheelor's I)a4ture a few nights ago
and nothing hr.s been learned as to tho
thief. Only about two weeks ago some
one lifted a nice fattening hog from
Mr.J. H. Dlominick's pen near the house
and nothing was learned who the guilty
party or par-ties were. If something
cant be done to catch t,hose rogues
many more of tile hogs in this section
will be found missing.
Sunday was at cold day. A light fail
of 8110w in this section almost during
the entire day. January went out
The Heiald and News was right in
what it had to say as to the Columbia
State ald 1ion. Geo. S. Mower. Mr.
Mower is a solid, sensi)l( Lan and
Newberry has a right to feel proiud of
him. The State can only sce one side
Who shall ii-s Governor.
Taling about the coming caimpaign
one of the most remarkablo modes of
beginning such a cOntest is that adopt
ed by Senator Archer, of Spart,anburg.
He is nov an avowed candidate, and
they say he is not a quitter. Ho lets
it be known that he is a candidato and
expects the record he is making as Sen
ator to be one of his campvaign arg
ments. Now thlere are a great many
peCople who look on Sonator' Archer's
candidacy as a pOlitical joke. Th is is
a great mistake. It is a seirious mat
ter. Mr. Archer is not a p)olitical
humorist. Hie is not a Whitman, or a
Moon, oi' a Pope, but he means to run,
and( he moans business, lie is not a
light-weight either', andl he who t,inmks
so makes a serious mistake. Uoe is a
good debater, not easily p)ut down, and
full of sarcasm and viciousness in reply
-somewhat Tillmanesque. The p)lat
foi'm is announced to be one of economy,
but thamt will not, ho the recal and( vital
issue in the app)lroaching campaign.
Of cour~se Gover'nor Ellerbo will be a
candidate for re-election, and is to be
so regardled. His friends cont.end thlat,
the wave of antagonism to him will
soon pass away, and if anlything result
from tile fight Otn him it wvill he a r'c
act.ion inl his favor.
Not,hing much has been heard during
the Logislative session regarding tile
candlidacy of Col. R1. B. Wat,son, but ho
is looked u.,ion as being peormanently
in the ramce.
Ex-Solicitor Schumrport, of Ncwberr'y,
is spoken of as a ceritain candidate, and
somne of his polit,ical friends say thlat
ho has given them assurances of Is
intention to make the race. Should ho
decide to enter it, will give a dlecided
flavor to tihe contest.
Col. Geo. D. Tillmnan is also regard
0(d as a very probable canidalte.- -Col
umbia Cot'. Tews and Courier, 31st.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
is always excited by the inmmaculato
ly neat appearance of the man whlose
linen is done up at this laundry.
The young ladies of Newborry al
ways say they kn. v when linen has
been done up here, because our
patrons "always look as if they had
come out of a h)and box." (Give
us your packnaes
Dr. 0. W. Holland.'
Mr. E. Ratholtz has just completed a
p)ainting of the lato Dr. 0. W. Holland,
lormer president of Newberry College,
whbh is a very fine like nos of Dr. Hol
land. He will present it to the lbrary
f the College.
His prices for this class of work aro
very reasonable and he will remain
1cro for sometimo and will be glad to
3onfeoi with anyone having photo
?raphs they would like to have en
The picture ho has of Dr. Holland is
% very line piece of work.
A LONG TIME AGO
Some one asked:
Mistress Mary quite contrary
How does your garden grow?
Such a question is agravating
%fter the garden is planted and
there is found to be something
the matter with the seed,
We don't believe there will be
any trouble if you como to us for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
. . GARDEN SEED ..
We keep Bruist's Garden
Seed and they never
FAIL to GROW
We would not Keep Momll1, IF TIEY DI).
S,TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OUNTY OF NEWBERRY
COURT COMMON PLEAS.
R. D. Cole Manufacturing Company,
Plintily, against Howard Neely,
Summons for Relief--Coml plaint Filed.
To the )efendant, Howard Neely:
Y OU AIl1EUEBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the coi
plaint in this aetionl which is filed in
the ofice of Clerk of Court of Common
Pleas of Count,y and Stato aforesaid,
and to serve a copy of your answer to
the said complaint on the subseriher at
his offico in Newberry in said Couoty
and State within twenty days after the
service hereof; exclusive of the day of
such service; and if you fail to answer
the comjlaint within the timo afore
said, the plaint-iff in t,his action will
apply to the Court for the relief de
mllanlded !.n the complaint.
.)ated Nov. 27, A. 1). 1897.
[sU'Ai,] A. .1. GIuSON. C. C. C. 1'.
LAMi,TVT W. JONES,
Filed 29th Nov., 1897.
A. J. GIBsoN, c. c. c 1.
T1.o the D)efendant, Howard Nely:
Take notice that the complaint in:
the above stated action, together- with
the summons, wvas, on the 29th day of
November, A. D). 1897, filled in the of
flee of the Clerk of t,he Court of Comn
mon01 Pleas for Newborry County, in:
the State of South Caoolina.
LAMmIEIIr W. .JONESi,
New berry, S. C., Dec. 28, 1897.
STATE OF MOUTH CA ROLIN A
((OUNTlY 01? NEWHEltiY-1IN
P'rosperity Cotton Mills, Plainti f,
agaffist, Southern Water Supply~
Snunnnons for Relief.
To the cDe)fendant, above mianed:
YUAltE HI1itlEHY SUM MON EC
nnd req(ju ired t,o answer tihe com
plaint in t,his act,ion of whlichl a copy ie
hlerewithl served uponI you, and to ser-ve
a copy of your- answer to the said com
plaint, on the subscribers at their olice
at, Newberry, in said Stateo, within
twenty days after- the service hereof;
exclusive of the day of such ser-vice;
and if you fail to answer' t,he compllaint
with in tihe timue aforesaid, the 1Plainti C
in this action will apply to t,he Court
for t,he Relief demnandced in tile com-i
Dated D)ecemberm 3, 1897.
Newberry, S. C.
MOWERl & IIYNUM,
To the D)efendant, Southern Watr
Supply Comp Iany:
T1ako Not,ice that, the Complaint in
the above stated actioun, toget,her- with
the Summons was, onu tihe 23rd (lay of
December, A. D). 1897, filed in the oiec
of the Clerik of Court of Common Plea
for Newherry County, in the Stateo 0
MOW10R & BY NUM,
P laintiff's Att,orneys.
Newberr-y, H. C., Decc. 23, 1897.
I have secured a fir-st-class wvorkmnan
in lumbnling and electric work. I will
be ready to do any kind of work in
above branches when the time comes,
I shall strive to please in every way,
andl every job) must give satisfaction.
Will 1)0 pleased1 to make est,imates frec
gratis. I am fully equlipped1 to dc
Enameling, Brazing, V ulcanizing
'Turning and all other bicycle work.
keel) a full supply of b)icycle sundries
Stoves b)y the car at all pr1ices.
I have receivedl many kind favori
from tile people of Newberry in th(
past, for which I am truly grateful.
I ask for a trial in these new b)ranchel
of my business.
the dread of the cotton grower,
can be prevented. Trials at
Experiment Stations and the
experience of leading growers
prove positively that '
is the only remedy.
We will be glad to send, free of charge,
Interesting and useful pamphlets which treat
of the matter in detail.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
9g Nassau St., New York.
By other Houses will ever un
dorsell or roach the level of Our
and Undersell thom all
Are offered goods at oat or at
half pie, come to the Bee Hive
of bargains and you can buy the
samo goo'ds for a more song.
Our prices are very little
our Competitors need magnify
ing glasses to 300 thoM! We
knock thon blind I
Here Are a Few
Black Eyes for competitors:
YourB at Only
3 3-4c. per yard.
Yours at only
c per yard.
Yours at only
Goondarhd Cof <Ac. por yard.
Yours at only
4c. pot, yard.
Good Palr-ed Coleo 1
Yours at only
Sod Greeod Case 10o por pouind.
Yours at only
9c peOr p)ound.
soap-Goo 00wa~\ushi ng Soap)
Yoni's at only
3c. per pound.
All other Goods at corrospondiugly low
Is worth twice as mnuch at the
Boohivo of Bargains.
The Pair and Square Dealer.
M. Ferst's Sons Co.,
T. Q. BOOZER, Agi.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
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,
EVANS & WIL.BUR.
Don't buy until you
get our prices.
Dry Goods and