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The two leading
Sold in Newberry,
I will make it to your
interest to see me be
fore bUying. I can save
you big money.
J. J. LANE.
)eath of Mr. Ge1orgo Dominllck.
Mr. George Dominick, a student at
Newborry College and a member of thc
freshman class, after it 'org and puinfil
Illness, died at the residence of Mrs.
Havird. on Sunday, at 11 a. i. Ile
was the'son of Mr. and Mrs. John V.
Dominick, of the St. Luke's section of
this coutnty. and had been troubled
with the disease which ended in death,
for several years. He was just about
eighteen years old and was an excep
tionally bright and good young man.
He was highly spoken of by the faculty
of the College and the nolghbors of his
home, and his untimely death is a sevcre
blow to his parents and a loss to the
college. The remains were interred
at St. Luke's yesterday, members of
his class acting as pall-bearers.
To the bereaved ones rho Herald and
News extends its sincerest sympathies.
Yon can savo 25 per cent. on the dol.
lar on all your dry goods, shoes and
hats by buying at A. C. Jones: this
The committee of arrangements from
the Excelsior Fire Company who had
the entertainment in charge. last night
at the opera house, on behalf of the On
tire company, beg to extend to the la
dies and gentlemon, one and all, who
took part, their sincere thanks for the
benetit in their behalf.
Searlet Flannel 12, 15, 20 and 25e.,
at Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
D ighest market plice paid.
t&f tf. Situmer Bros.
The opera house was crowded both
afternoon and evening Thtrsday to
witness the unusually excellent per
formance of Gorton's Minstrels. The
large audiences were thoroughly de
lighted with every ntuber fromt start
-to finish and mani festedl their approval
by liberal applause.--Lewiston (Mc.)
Programmnue for Teaich,ru AssAoclation Feb.
1. Should the teachers encoutrag~e
school exhibitions-Miss Nannie Simp
son, Mr. Ui. H. R.ikard.
2. Spelling in the common sch,ools
Miss Nannie Livingston, Mr. 11. A.
Ituckleni's Arnica~ Salvo.
'The best Salve in the world for Cts,
IfBruises, os)tC, U lcers, Salt. Rheumi,
Fever Sores, Teitler, ('htapped Iiicl's
ChlilbIal us, Corns, anid all SkhinEu.
tins, antd poIsit ively cure's Piles, or nao
~pay required. I t is guarantteed to give
1terfect satisfactio or ml tonety r'efu nded't.
triice 25 cents lper box. F'or sale by
.tobe tson0 & Gilde'r.
Dress Goods aLnd Trimmtings at great
ily reduced prlices at, Wynn's Hargain
Store. . &f2t
XXX Blood and( IHone Guano.
Dissol ved Hone.
t&f tf Evans & Wilbur.
All persons interested in cotton
growing'and lt,e Cotton Growers Asso
clation are requstedC( to mecet at Pr,os
pterity on Saturday Feb. 12. 1898 at 2.30
0. XW. P. Pugh.
A. Hi. Miller,
W. 'P. Gibson,
- Comn. N(o 9.
County papers, --- a
A thrIll of ter otr is axpto 's throit .;h the
brassy conse (i of rup)i'It 'on Conl ClItnIt
hen se at. nlghtt. But t he torrot It (uru I.n i
to relief after One Ma muo a otn ~rm|tes foi
beamninstredl Saufe anud
childiren. WV. E. Petha,n. ~
J. B. Walton has opened n r
'noss Shop on Main Stree&, next do
to 0. Klottner's. Will make n
htarneOss and repair old. Twentty-five'
yeariis experience. Prices reasdnable.
Glive him your orders. Satisfaction
4-4 Bleaching, good quality, 5c., a
WVynn's Bargain StorO, iL&f2t,
WVe aro still selling qjuantitie's of
Saluda Croup Oil.
Robortson's Compound Cough
Thes5e are the medicines for the
\eiseson and Robertson & Gilder's is
f t ho place to buy thomn at.
D)ok't buy your Fert,ilizers unt.il yet
K: see Evaus & Wilbur. t&f tf.
VAIOU 8 AND ALL ABOUT
The Legislature speaks of adjourning
on the 16th.
Senator Mower spent Sunday and
Monday at home.
Biloyoles are 0.pected to bo returned
for taxation this y ar.
The Board of County Commissioners
will ieet next Montday.
Jab. -Y. Culbreiath, Esq., went to
Col. W. 11. Iu nt went down to Colum1
bla yesterday afternoon.
S. C. Cason, Esq., of Abbeville, S. C.,
was in the city last w'eeh.
Lewis W. Simkins, Esq., of Laurons.
\Was in the city yestorday.
'''ho streets are as dusty as In sum
mr. Tlhe sprinkler would be a go'd
Capt. J. N. itowles. of Columbia,
spent several diays in Newberry last
week on business..
The Sherift sold the Moornman place,
containing about cigh t, acres, to Mrs.
Addie Simkins for $885.
Rev. lrof. A. J. Bowers will preacih
at,tho Thompson Street church next,
Sabbath morning at 1' o'!lock.
The teachers' examination is on the
18th, and not 13th, as in the advortise
ment. Friday, 18th, is the timo.
C. C. Kallom and C pt. Thos. Smith,
of Mt. Airy, N. C., are on. a visit to
their kinsman, Mr. 41'. \V. Price, in
There was a large crowd in the city
yesterday. The square was cuiwded
with wagons and many of them loaded
)r. Jas. K. Gilder and Mr. Pink
Bauknight leave to-day for Greenwood
county, where they will take a hunt
with Mr1. 1. B. Kinard.
The Master sold only one Lract of
land yesterday. It was in the case of
Hardy, Master, vs. Sanders-219 acres,
to Charles Rlchardson for $2,725.
Rev. W. W. Jones, who is on a visit
to the family of Rev. D. Tiller, preached
an excellent sermon at tihe Pactorvy
Church on Sunday night..
Mrs. F. E. Lee and two children, of
Atlanta, Ga., Miss Hallie and Nellie
England, of St. Louis, Mo., are visiting
Mrs. W. E. IutY and family.
No campaign will he a dull one in
whioh lIIub" Evans is a caindidtiLe.
You may as well get r'eady for a breezy
time in mid August.---The State.
The regular meeting of the Newber
ry Lodge, No. 75, Knights of Pyi hias,
will be held tonight at 8 o'clock. A
full attendance of members is desired.
Rev. aid Mrs. E. P. MeClintock leave
this morning for 1artow, wea., where
Mr. McClintock will supply a church
by appointment of the board of home
Several Newberrians leave this after
noon for ColumbIa to~go On a visit to
the State farms to-morrowy, on invita
tion of Superintendent Neal of the
The regular monthly im-, eting of the
Ladies Aid Society of the I .utheran
Ch urch will be held at the res idence of
Mrs WV. A. Yonng'on l"rilay afternoon
at half past three o'clock.
D)r. WVier, of Latuenis was in the city
yesterday, on a visit to his sister, Al rs.
Alattie Glenn, and shaking hands wvit.h
old army comrades, somne of whom he
had not seen since they stacked arms
Mr'. Charlcs Itiehardson, who bought
t,he Sanders land yesterday, is from
Philadelphia, but, we understand that
he has dcided to locate in Ne wberry
and farm on the land lplturchasd. le
has selected a good pilace.
The City Council has wisely dlecidled
to hold its meetings with open dloors
and to permit 11h4 proceed in gs to be
printedl in the paper. lThe p)eolo can
in this way keep posi.tedi as to the atf
fairs of the town.
The cotton gr'owers of No. 1 are
called to meet at the court house in
Newberry on F'riday of t.his week, at.
10 o'clock in the forenoon. A full
attendance of ali' the cotton grower's
andl all ot hers interested in the husinhess
is earnestly desi redl.
The James D). Nance C'ampi met on
Monday, but, as none of the committ,ees
were ready to repor't the rephor'ts were
deferred to the A pri meinet,ing. C.ol.
D. A. D)ickert madte a verbla.l repiort
that, he was working on hiis hIistory as
fast as he could,and On motion he was to
qjuested1 1to comletc It. Thale work wvill
take himi about one year yet.. it, is
likely the hiistory will he priinted as
soon1 as comnpleted.
Mr'. JT. N. F'owles has opeined a sticet
through his land, which leads intao the
roadl to Prosperit,y, and when comn
pleted1 will bce the mini roadl to P ron
perity, shortening thle dlistance ahonit,
(oile m11il. It is an ext.ension (if the
st.rect that t.urios out, of Main st.ree.t at
residence of Mr.T1. E.L l'pt ing. ;1lust now
we feel the needl of a map of the town,
so ats to speakl of these streets by t.heir
names. This street, is really an ex tenl
sioni of the pub)lic road that starts ut
Anli i's mill. and( 1119 ne aross lieIn d
Thei, U)tsovery of thnI IDay.
ofShreveport, La,., says: " Dr". Kinig's
w iscovery Is Ihen only thing that
cut. s my couhl, andi It s t lhe best sel ler
5j 4)rd, Aliz., wiIteos: "Dr. IIng's Ne w
Do overy is nl lnta is ehli med for It;
it, nlfVver f(iys, amt is a sur e 'iure *for
(con1 ptiton, (Coneh~ls amnd ( o'ils,
('a11n )'t, I4iy en'lotinh for Its mierit s.o D'Ir.
KiingN' New" Diseovem y for Conson ip
tion, (. tigh4 end ('aIds In not ani ex..
per'lime(t If. ft h,as beenl iri' :1 for a quair
ter of a''cntunly,a and t oday Siant ds at
the head' Iti nevert disappo)in ii . l"rei
trial bot tles at Rtobertson1 & (dide's
to (corn a cotq iinc ne y.
Take Laxative liromio Qulinine Tnh
lets. All Drcnggists refund thle mon01ey
if It fails to eum cc 2c f.tiun
THE1 MIDNIOUT FIRE.
Tie Theitrietal Event of Ohe Season oreeted
by at Largo Audience.
"The Midbight, Fire," a comedy
drainla, was presented at tlo oplr
house by local talent on last FrIday
Ight and wits wit.nessed by the largest
audience of the season.
Tihe per lformantce was unider the diree
tion of Mess's. Hertrant & Willard, who
IaV beenl directting plays InI thlis Stato
for tle past Seventeen Iontls to the
satisfaetion aid pleasture of the people
wherever they ha've been.
The Olntertainmenlt Frvidiay night
could not have been a more peirfect
sliccess. r."very detail wats arra"nged
aid the "rformners had their parts
down so i11no that nlimany in the iadilence
forgot that they were wit.nesslig a per
formance by amateurs tand thought
they were plrofessionals. Inl fact. there
hts beeti no-better acting in the New
berry opera house by professional
The opera hoise wats crowded, every
suat being Sold and checked off by 4
o'clock Priday affernootn.
The cast, has already been published
in these columns, and all who took part
did so remarkably.well that it is Iot
necess-4ary to particularizu here.
Tle veceipts atmoutited to $1341, which
go to the building fuil of the new
M ethodist chirch, and the ladies who
had the entertainment In charge are
to be con-'ratulated upon makluing it such
a sucec:i, and tiat tlie same time atiYord
ing the mblic such anii enjoyable even
Every part and feature of the per
formance was as perfect and realistic
as life itself.
Tihe excellent irnsic for th oecasion
was furnis"ed bh Mivs. Peter Robert
son. lrs. S. It. .oIs and Ali:,s Dell
The entertaininent. was repeated last
night for the beneiL or the i-,xcelsior
Fire Company, but was witnessed by at
tmnilI il ai.
Oaturtiril Untiamt he Clirt4
with .0 lOU , AI1I1l.IAIiq)NA, its tihey cana
mt ivn'i ih' a- nt ia the it .-are riarrh Is a
I clare I youil iast lak i in1. il r m1etinj
11atIl's Cat. rIt Curo is 1 aikels Iie nl11111ly. nn14
icts titrecily on tilho btti iti mai teon-a sur
nit- i. ai i Gatairli Cur iIs tnut, at Quack
ictlie it was piterIbi-.:l by oro a' tIle
best phlysicl:ius int isck oa itry fot' yearsi, sani
is at It-gilair prt'etsei i Iml. It is coipost at of
thle us't I'mits kilowli, coll'bilit wit,o the
bh-e "131(til pillIlrs, litilina directly im the
Illei illS Stil fites The pt'IeCO COMbiatioit O
tle t wo ilgrttients is wlaiat paoil.ces staoal
woltlt lill en'llits til Citing Uttairih. ei for
c. I i. \ , mA CO., I'vops., 'Toleao, 0.
SOitI by Il taggist-s, price 76c.
'oui ati buy dry goods, notions,
shoe; and hats at A. C. Jones' this
weck at whlesale prices.
72 inch Bleached Table Linen 60c.
Doyles aid Napkins to match att
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
Miss Ashley of Augusta is in New
berry and is stopping at Mr's. Mattie
Glenn's and will teach a datcitng
'.l'he daning school foa' the grown
peopln will begin at the Armory onl
Thurthal ngh1tI at, 8 o'cloCk and Mliss
Ashley very mauch desires that all wi'o
expflect to tet' the cltass mneet heri
thlete on Thursa'~day' eenin g. On Ft ri
d ay, atfLternoon at 8.20 sIhe w ill fortm the
claiss foa the chi ild rn at, t he satme palace
atnd will he glad to haave aill prtesent,
who t eect to terLC.
Lei.t Itose't who ex pect, to take lessons
heedoa the noat ice give herei ii, and1( goJvern
A fler ye:u rs of in hilel s at'lerng frotnt piles,
b'y ai.'ih,g a sine.ta ix (it'l)eW ill'., Withiti II XI
ii. . phi's andi nostin 'to s ar ie r'endi Iy
ciare. by thIs fatouis reni,tatl.. W. r.. l'elam1iat.
Dteath oiaf Mr. '.. Sjtimrksi.
Mti. Z.' Sparks dlied at hais hotme in
H elena, after' a long illntess, On) Stumb(i:y
aftern'tootn at Ii o'clock, aged 70 years.
M'. Spa'ks hadl beena for manly yeats
emptlloy ed by thle r'ailroatd, and at the
timtte of hims last illniess wtas work intg fot'
the Soulthernl. IIe is the fatther' of
Mrts. .J. MI. IHower's of otur town. Th'le
funieral will take lacne at, the hiotme att
I10 o'clock this amor'ning.
Thant is to say~ thait fromH to-maorrtow
to til' 26th A C. Jlones will run a cost
satle of goods in oarder' to keep hiis clerks
buasy, and1( the buyer's who take adivain
tage of thais olpportuniiity w,ill r'eceiv'e
L,he benali t. Read his antnoaunement,
ill ant,hlitte oluamn and dotn't fatil to call
at his store.
Dra. WV. T.1. iAl'all,. one of the oldest
eit,izenCfs antd phi.icianus of Pt'osperit.y,
(lied athlais home ina that towna la-st
'aThursday naight. We shall expect, 0our
Pr'osper'ity co rreaspoandenat, to faurniishi a
skcech rot' lriday's paipet'.
Wila l M.t May I 1.
'T'le tinae for the ta cet illg of the Unmit
0(d Synodl(of thea SutIh (GuAlt,bea)
is iln Newvberry May lIit,b. The (late
hats been recently changed to thec time
slatted iaa order to avoid conflict w'itha
the Grtandt Lodige Knaights of P'ythias
whI ih body will also atsemible) haere in
May. Th'le Untited Syntod compi'ses
dlelegatems frotm all the d iet'ict, synmods
in thla South and1( re'preseants a co0imatun
cant membn ership Po(f ahot t4'5,00)0. The
(enaer'al Synod1 representinhg I lie stame
coanstituen0cy mett here julst twet,y
y'etars ago 'Thea Synod meets onily eve -
t'y two year's. We ar'e gliad thle Synod
will maeat, witha uts this yeara and1( we
know New .orrIy will Itreat, the breth
I am .'tall runntlIing my1 flarnestcs Shop
at ol sand hby irst-olass harneiss~
maker. i lainess tmade and rlaepaired'a.
f4t F.I A. _ cM va.1u1M:>.
A CALL TO TlE COTTON URIOWEIS OF
NO. I 'TOWNSiP.
Tie Executive Colilnitto" Wlantl You to
M,t Next Fritiay to Orgn.ilze-IILed
In Cotmpliance with tit request of
the Cotton (jr-owers' Association of
Newberry Comity, we, Lilt) uidersigned
Comittel,, do hereby Issto the follow
Knowing that cotton is 10 best
11n0110y Crop for- tie Soutthe'ln States,
and that the Nor-th is cotmpelled to
have it, inl some 1O tiltity ait alost anly
price, and that tie Southeln11 Stutes
have a practical movopoiy of tie cot
ton Supply, and that tie price Froum
ovet'-prolduetion or fr-onlk undoer-tol
t3umptiot or froim some othur cause OV*
Causes lias faillen below t lie cost of pro
dcwtion, and that time present condition
is about, to ruiln tie wiolo Southiern1
States, and that oganlization ol time ef
forts of all personls that, are directly or.
indire.ly iuterpAed lin the price of
cot ol is the h i t wt a1)d1 ods tite cure,
no, matter wiiut tie oruuve tmay be, we
therefore request. every whito farmer
of No. I Towniship to-mneet at. Newhelry
Coun houise Otn Friday, February I ith,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
To the white ftivmers of No. I Town
ship wo wisih to say: That, youm time
Would be better spent. it) tryin-'g to im
prove the price of cotton tI it int tryitg
to increase the qun(iatity of your crop.
lior that retsonm you sitoiluIt lie willing
to spend one day out of each Imouth ilt
comting toget.her and keeping up at or
ganizatiolt thatcouId and would coli l-'.
t,ho prieo of cottotm, tiere by gainm1inmg time
prolit for' your other labor.
To time merchants we wish to say:
That unless you take some steps to
wards the improvement, of the price of,
cotitto you will fimd that prices will
even grow lower than they are now.
that tho farimmers will be unab1ile to pay
their ionest debts, have no money to
spend and will be compelled to live
uponl What t,hely can get , around their
hoites, and When they find oit they can
do tihis, a large pmroporltion of time busi
iess of time towns will stop.
To the professionr' ten we wish to
say: That if the minotey crop is sihit ol'
(anid that will be the result, un11less time
price of Cotton is kWpt frmt fiur-ther 'v
duction) there will ito need of only one
tenthi as tmantiny professinal mmicni as at,
present, atu yo) will bo coImpmlliled to
neeept sommetlinlg else lIp:'sih s, 1-1meoney
for your fees.
To the hanks and other atmied insti
.U1tions we wish to sa.N: That there
mnever, was ia Movement started no.
ever. will start, in this contry that.
carries With it its mu11hil importCU to
the bankinq in.t.tut.ions its this one
does, for the banks annot, rise above
time Coluil nit.y inl which they re do
inl!g business. If time people break timn
time banmks must do ibusiness with brokolu
mment or do O businleSS at ai1. If IpoIe
tre driven to livin-, h I mm1e amill 10ar't
in,g at tihe sitime h.outse, thure will be no
need of horrlowing m' omoey.
To the stoekiolders alld managers of
time cotton imills we wis to say: That
tihis is nmot a slin1g aga icst ymourt itnIt.eest1
on time e.'tnt Iemi-y we mm ill ex po't mtote o tf
yom thuti anmybodtuy els'. We'm wi to
m'emindnm you that you enni imanke ats imuch'
miuoney b)y for'cinig time pr'imc' of cot toim
upj mis yoit cani by forcing Lime prmiceofl
Nowi tim alil whii te menc of Not. I 'i'.Iowam
sipi: WX'e eo-nosi ly r'equemst yout to sotI
aside tihe str ommd l-'rida miof F'iem- tIo
matten md time ('ottonmm( me troers' Conven t ionIl
andm imamke it. suchi ant otaiz,:tont mis
wiil he ielci imn its cieif object--inm
time advan'ilcemient, oif Lm thepioc. of cettton.
R-memberm we hare ma monopolity e.r the
cotton crop), ainid lime wmorlde. is contmmmelled
Lt ive cmttonmim at any i 'e0. Soi comeii
ro''war d as you dlidi in 1871 anmd she.w tim
th~e wordi timamt thle 8mutimer m pefoplie
can t't lhe insiv'ed.l Youi hav minortmtme at
stake novm timu you hadie in 1iS10 whenct
youm tinit, tall bumsiness antd begmanm a cernel
wa' to aventge a reaml orin simiipo sedl
wrmontg, iand time cham mnces of siucce'iS arte
ce't iim itn th is inmstance andmt wver'e iunceot
t.a in t.hent. N ow reinm berm1)1 we marme ex
pect,inig youi to come anud bring yourim
mneighbo h w'm'ithi youl. We wmiii omedevor
to entetin youm hy' getitiing sevm'eal
nted~c men to adde's youi ecn that dmty.
Them aictiomn timhit wmi l e tantkent mmill be
left, enmti'ely to youm.
I1. iH. lo.., (Ch'mm.
JN O. C. Nt:t;,.
8. 1'". ( uc in 'rT\Vy!:t,,.
Whacct Ic Mene.'c..
Whlenm mwe aidvyertie~ tha weu will
gturantmee D)r. K(ing's Newm lDiscove'ry,
E I('ee tte 1 Hillerst, Bitckitei's' ArtienIO
Salve, ori Drt. K(Ing's New ifi(t l'iils, it
tmits itat we tteeauitthorized icy tihe
propiettors to~ sell thiese retmiedite ot at
posi11 tiv gtrattitnt ce, thatit if Iturchammser is
ntot tified( wniith r'esut, we mwiii re
ftu mi time pmurebasce pri'e' The se nmil -
e'ines hav.ine bie.en oeldt min tisc gn0c aantie
for mttnmy yeamrs andmi thr cmmonmIid bie no
tinre tcntciusivc e'vidc'te ofl Iheir' greatm
tme'tit. A'sk aboucLt thcrnt tti g'ie ihmc
a trial. Mccid aet lloetocnm & I idler's
('mit inc( a'row en ccr N..*t
T1he 0eOt t0on grcowmerms of No. 4 ace tr'
(iuested to nce a1mt, Mt. Ta'mbor' cihurmeb
e.nc Sait,'mia, 12 th. at, 2 p. tm. fet- the
i)itrpOsc of pertfec'tinv tin organmiz:cticcn
lim the townmsm~hip. A rfull aitit'ndan,ce is
.1. 8. Me.t'( d tiJv
. A ,it t,1:,
WenT are min l\oit lto c nc litt -' 1gornc i i is
wm'mXtI :e.imc cccn thcick ccl nc pttie iante- cor hit
tc'ei w Iy iin ii I th'me byv Ic c'ommmic mgc, one(1
.Alinntt citgCon (c-c irec as tcprovc'cive' crpo,
Ic ecin encicMunpio mci ther h,i-tn
t ro etIcs I iti l!ew. necglc'cta cjbi. V. ti ,
('iairen'dale Qu)miit'c, 1I-4, onily 'Tae., mt
1AIVnm's lit'eimi Minote. ta f.t
Uniiftom ltaling 1U0x.
The following - was received from
Alex Sprunt & Co., of Williington, N.
C., anild is published for tl-e inforimation
of the fatrinors:
We wroto you recently about the de
oIrability of a utniformi or standaud
plantation binl Img box or tle d Iietsions
5 feet, '1 Inches long by 2 feet 0 11icles
wide, and we are m1o1t aixious that
you uso every means of getting your
giners to adopt theso dimscuions, for
the following reasons:
A northerit trust comro>any clea'ly in
hmical to t lie pilaniters inteCeA hus, it is
saiti, a controing interest In the new
fangle ylindt riCal cottol balling pro
Cess, which they r1110 trying to force
uponj the cotton spinners as a remedy
for the preseilt, irregl".11:ar baling on the
plantjttiOtIs. I tlert ptresent irreg
iilar mulethod the long bales are brokeln
by the vessel's S1 .edores to lit in the
Car1g4 spiees with shorter onies. and if
we had a uniform bale this dilllel'ty
would lie overeoie. Moeovve., the
uniform bale weigh ing W0 to 5:23 lbs.
would be jut, ias easily hatiIled and Ut.
the Stme eXlp(ISO as I halo Of -50 liss.,
t.h10reb1y saving elarges to Ilt plaittIr
atId to us.
Six yards to seven y'a-il or new hag
ig andt(I siX ir-Ol ties is. S,u.11 iient. eov
vvill"r. Alwyhing" moro vallses dilll
ty. Sugear sacks anti side st rips alre us
weially ohjeeted to. I n order to show
our woillingnes t( help the planter to
luieet tne nevessary cost of alterations,
WO will allow niext, sealsonl a slifivieit,
royity omi tle first. hundred bilales for
whielm the balancU ineig box was ellianlgel,
sullcient. to cover. the cost not excee
ig . ridCd we are givetn tile Ie
fusal of tit, proiluet, of the gin iit equal
prices wit b cotti tiors, aull proviled
also that th 1atles shall he coverel in
aeordanoe wit h1 the requiret iI e i ts
stat ed. We are infortned by otur agents
abroad and by inill ownie's at honie,
that If there is not a radical change in
the ailneu of balinlg at. the plantations
nIext seasonl, the receiversof cotton gei
lrally may be compelled eto allopt. the
roni haltl am(i to refust the square
bale altogether. The loss to t lie plant
er in this case wll be very severely
felt and all the benlit. go to the ipovk
ets of ait igant .i . t ru tc m t.y
W e sigg st 1th11 y1m Seilre t i( co- It
operitiol of %mour iewspallers for the
II'-tilo sed stai;haril hox, anil 1iitt you
stMinl it. the atlress of tll your ginnerolls
inl orider' that we laly commullnicate
with them 11s. p
U111,'41 elf ThIm6IC4<.
We doesirk, to vxpress olr. gratitude
for the sympat.ly at c. assistance our
kind relativ4-, neigihbors and friends
far'. and ni(Zar have show n us dlring the
serious illness of our family for the Past,
foutr io itis. m ay cimicest, b(Issin-s p
rest, upon all who lent. a hIelping haili,
may fien il'isinp litoaill ihcili in every
titiic of need. May (Od Who dloetl all
StuIngs we'll abuindility reward Ihem.
And too Illi. ('. '. \velie, thle skillful
amll oicllint, physivianl, wec excond
OneV mo.t ii'ere thanks for. his faith
fullatnin Maty Go,who hathl inl
his w\isdloml s'miowedI himt i wih t,he
knowlede to all1ev iate thle illneiss of
ouri fami ly, bless: him i withI a lon~g andl
thanks, I.e l)r'. Wer',tz, whit wa':s withI us5.
A LONG TIME AGO
Somei one? asked:
llow dos' y'our' gardeni gr'ow .r
Such it <itest ion is agravatinig
after thie gardeni is plated~t and1(
ther'e is found)( to be0 some?fting
thle matte'r with the11 seed,
We dotn't 1believeO therte will be
any trouble if you comie to uts for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
. . GARDEN SEED..
WVe kee t'.j ru3 'list's Garideni
Via WOllI(l ii0t Koal l ilili, If THEY D)ID
Cigar Sale !
I hiavit a few oil' br'ands of
Cigarus I iha' 1 will sell regardle.s
of1 cost. Thes (Cigiars art' alI
i-ohl by inanuifacturer'ms for' hirst.
einss5 goods. but t.hey do1 niot suit
otulr trad(el. CallI for
"SA NTA Ib\ NA,"
"AA TTAC\'A C1 LUb'
ma "'lIlAN BO\\S !"'
if' yo wan~'Iut. C igaris at. alw
fIy I?09u81' Lil of Cig83
Iillu to its uisuait exce'll nce!
lie mtost faist.idlious smiok'r's oif
the' town, thler'efore, we comioii
mug you1 fori palOt favors and mask -
yoturs to pleaseSl,
. B. .JONI'5
FOR SAL HY
EVANS & WILBUR.
Don't buy Until you
ret our prices.
Dry Goods and
Evans ' Wilbur
Pome to See Us!
.Wlhmn in),need of lnlyth;ig ill thM
r, Good4, Dross (Xood.1, WV :ite
00ds, Notions, Em1broIvidery, 1,acoq,
ibbons, 1hand1wrelit,.fs, (Iloves,
MrS(Ats, &(. , and al1so when youl wanlt.
lyting ini Shoes, I 1ats, Clothinig,
oys' and Chilrons' Kneo 81its,
xtrai Kieo Piants, Shirts, Collirs
id Culfs, losiery, N(vhV. wearad
ew Spring Goods!
Wo 11 offt'ri'g t his woek it nmw
4. Pvreldes, Shirting Priits. Ell
Pi /e Lot:
I case Sea I htu - I'reales. pritt y
Iw tvlh's. we will ,.I I at 'A vo ib 11
111 12 :
1 va'I! S"aiard Shirting 'rints at
All ,inenl Towels at 10, 1 anid 2:w.
T.aldv 1),un ,k at 25 t.-1n and :nMt.
Tabhi-Oil ('Ill at I15 . p.ryl. Y1-1
1)YS ak.241d ( iIr4'Id . Suits ('h> lliv
S75t.l . t . -' 4 21 a,Iit . Y n en 1111 p -
int(. tht-11 if \Pn sv- tiil.
M oys 1',Nll'a K11c 'ats at 2.i), It),
lto 75-I. per pair.
A ni,e 114 of .\iv l's -.x ; :I I Its 11
, $1 7). '2. to ':14. lt lit a yi v n m .
we will Savo. vm lt leat in to 2 :
ev enlt. 44n4 al 1t'ehae' mnii wit b
s fronm what y(In whld Iy myw Im sa me
nod1s ait. i l itrplac-s.
We 1ncaln vevything- we*( -ay. ( 'mll
i s -, (Ifivin. No tronb2le( 144 hI.
lain 81xree. Nwerry, S. C.
H a1lay$ E'X('lied' by'~ 1l4 itituuiietiabe
y tneat, appearan'I1lce of theo n14an whoII4s
inen4 is (1one4 npj at t.his I4laundry
I'hot yountg 12ad ies of N owhlr 442') 4
pa1t.rons5''L "always. look as if they) 1ha1
00o4n1 ont4 (of a4 band1 bo4x." ( iv
Thiere are' lots of thin tig 1
L~ots of smatli a rt i.st e a ttieb
sui table for \110 jia pr4eIent
that, you- w'ol ne ve t11( in
pleasonitl1 houri inl bI ok lit
aroun<Olt our stock am' b
I Examinatiol for Teachers' Certifleatos.
Ti Hi R.GULAR EXAMINATION
.A for Tetchrts' County Cortifleates
Will bo held on vFriday, February 18,
18i8, att the Court 11ouse. Applicantis
will bring their owit pens and ink aiid
intlwr. I'. W. HIGGINS,
I t4 County Sup't of Educatio.n.
\VAN l'I IItl' -TWTl'\ IIly AND ACr
lve get tiviiett or iatet to t avel for r
SpolIKble, 4sitbllil-4el h1onlsi III boutih Caro
11n11k. .tMoillit h . ' i tit o l 111 expelets. Pqfiltloll
4U14 'y. li Otrtv1iw4,4 Eleloso self-addh essed
S1-'ied emti-0me. The io lo inion Compiny,
De 1) .t, .thlilngo.
11JI!UD UJ fI 'L11E4'LMLEMENT.
NOTI('l; 18 HkiIni lY Gl V ' N T HAT
nWeII dlesday, tho :d day of Nlarch,
1898, t. I o'e ock A. Mi., I will make a
fillid seLtlemlert, (if the v.tato of .John
(P) 'eoples. develsed. in the Probitle
Ciout for Newbeerry Coumity, anld litumo
diately theldafter apply to tlie Probalto
.Judge for 4-eter's of d ischatr4e.
.N\ARV .1. ('Al0WLl-,
xeCIItt'ix (Of th1e ILst will and tUta
1nent, of .1ohn 0. Peoples, dee'd.
STATE 01' SOUTIH CARlOLINA,
C U; NTY Ow' NlCWiEImY
EN PROBATE COUR"'T.
Z. W ri'lit Menn1is. as Adiinitrat1or,
& , 'laint Ii, a,aP 1isf.lf. luir )ennis
-TNDv-:l,' A\N 0)",D]."t 0P, TIll"
l'rolate ('ounr, dated the 31st,
dlay of .1a1u1ary. 8iM. tho ereditors of
NI -lla I)1,1nlis, floellsed. Ire lueby
no0till"d til k-stalblish tHeOir ClatimlS in) th_
Itove enithIlil li'd r edin, on or before
I'l m.wday, 1t. d 'hd<ay of Mlivebl, 1898,
an t he iy atro enljoinled fvonll prosectt
ing tl.h i.r deiinulns in any other pro
veed i n1g. W. W . 1101) 11.-3,
.1. 1'. N. (.
.111an1trry 3Ws, N
} lS w 1m, Ill.: liC.V 101 N,
1) 1hoC(ily ('olilil 11nd considered
n.xt l'iciav night, for. haliniill"yg gravel
fromii Iihe "I.a vel twd, it inlile and a half
friml ti vit.,. to anly inrt, of the city.
l''or fiitlw1. ilnfor tillion call on Ihe
'ity ('I. . 'he right to v!eeet, Iatiy
and all bidls rk-somrved.
I!Y order. of C omnwil.
'. A. l1()W\VNAN,
- '. C. N.
WEDNE-SDAY NIGH'T FEB. 9th.
'' Cu lw(ok .\ervimnent."
FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS
iadored, l' 11id. lu i\Apphtilded
Thr . \t*it nwrit-n1.
T il l-" ('I .AM ( )V' N, ll' N :A N'I
)ld-[ inw .lit isist rels ini all its Spivnlor.
C'it-vol \' -alist. lhiniors\1. Nlisicianils
"A Rcgular Whirlwind of Fun"
lllik in iU i nd II. C. Yorkey
I N i' I r itup i t !v il vy particilar,
Ilb.I (;vorons rat. ( ;()hl Hand.
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
dluction. Pure whis
key at reduced
prices. Now is your
time to buy. Only
thie purest stock to
be sold at such re
M. Ferst's Sons Co.,
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
I lhi e w'oed t'l 1a iri.-ela-.s wvorkitnati
be ready: to doi anyI I kil' of work in
uahow' uii rahelI when .tve wrn orn.
kIi at ll r it lb nw ( i n ij v ery way,l's
a i1very job run, 11ive1 Itatis facion.
ill tbe ph'ale tol nk est)(ntes Iirre
ra is.i na f ur4t ll y tesne d tow Iili(doi
ll au lng i -zi1 V le n zi g