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Corrected every Tuesday and Fritiay
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ....................... 5NO 14.
Ham s.................................. 10 12c.
Best Lard .............. ......7.. S .
Best Molasses, now crop..... 00.
Good Molasses..................... 25(.<95c.
Corn ................................... . . .
Meal .......... ...........
W heat Bran........................ 1 100.
1st Patent Flour.................. $5.75.
2nd Best Flour.................... 5 35.
Stralt Flour........................ $5.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.0044.75.
Sugar ..............,.. ..... ......... ci01C.
tice...,................................ 61 l8t .
Coffee................................. 10 20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 00.
Hulls, per ton..... ........... $3.00
Butter, per lb ................ 15 20c.
Eggs, per dozen .................:121(100.
Chickens, each................. 121020.
Peas, por bushel....... .......... 50C.
Corn, per bushel.................. W0.
Oats, per bushol.................. 3'ie50c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 5iW 40v.
Turkeys, por lb ............ (1 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .............. 00 75c.
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.
Miss Ashley could not meet her class
last night, as was announced in The
Herald and News Tuesday, because she
could not secure the ball. She will
meet them at the Armory to-night, at
8 o'clock. Those desiring to join the
class will please bear this in mind.
Don't. annoy ot lerR i your cotghinir. and
risk your 11 fit by noglectlnm i col. 0ne Min
uto Cough Curo cures coughs, colci., c roup,
grippe tn4t all throat and ung troubleq . W.
Jiist, received. a car load of nails
which will bo sold cheap at Summer
Bros. o '..
('larendalo Quilts, 11-4, only 75c.. at
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
Don't buy your Fertilizers until you
see Evans & Wilbur. taf i f.
A Ca,rd of Thtanks.
MR1i. EDITOR: Please allow us space
in your Mpper to return our sincorc and
heartfelt thanks to the good people of
- Newberry and of Newborry College
for the many favors and act,s of kind
ness shown to us during the last illness
of our son. Words fail to expre'ss our'
ap)preciation of the same. We say, to
one and all, rest assured that your
deeds of kindness and sympathy were
very highly appreciated.
JOHIN W. DOMTINICKC.
NANNIE IC. D)OMINICKC.
W1V omping coutgh is t he most dhst reasintg
innslady; u im itn uatlont ennt be cui,' horn by
ti 0 use otf 0 e M innute Cough, Curo, wichl Ia
ttstLiH a bott UOH huoWn Yuti edy f'or otoup siu till
lung and bro,ncIaIl tra ubles.i W.' E. Ptlhamn.
A lot Standard Prints Ginghams
and Outing to be closed at 34.
f if Jamieson.
A lot of best grade Clay Worstod
Suits mar'ked down to wholesale
cost. Jamieson. f if
You can buy dry goods, notions,
shoes andl hats at A. C. Jones' this
week at wh'olesale prices.
72 inch lelached Trable Linent 50c.
D)oyles and Napkins to match at
Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t
We are still solling quantities of
Saluda Group Oil.
bortson's Compound (Cough
Thse are - ho medicimes for the
season and 1o sortson & Gildor's is
the place to b)uy fft n at.
- A WVord for schsus ort.
It is very difficult to see i here Gov.
Ellerbe's support for reelectu ii 15 go
ing to come from. He is a grc t adlvo
cate of the liquor monop)oly ani 50 is
Watson, wvho has the support o thef
high cockalorumi, and likewise Ste na
tor Archer, who has his own peculi ,"
following. With Nilorbe, Watson and
Archer for the octopus, Geo. Tiliman
contending for local option and Schutn
port llat-.footedly oppsoing the ent,tre
system of debauchecry, paternalism and
rascality, all sides are likely to be ac
comodated in the next campaign. "We
may atll be happy yet, you bot."-Spar
A few imonths ago, Mr. Byron Every,
ofi Woodsteckc, Mich., was badly
t'ilileted with rheumiatism. ils right
Sleg was swollent the full length, catusin&e
in' m great suit'ering. He was adylert d
t'in try (lnam,berlain's Palin Baim. 'The
first bottle of it helpedl him conidter
ablAy and the second bottle effeted a
ecure. Thue '. and 50 cent sizes are foI
sale by W. E. Pelhami.
vIhioUs AN6 ALL ABOUT
Se notico to creditore.
Yesterday wes a spring day.
Teachers examination today one
Mr. E. Y. Morris, of Augusta, ison a
visit to Newberry.
The Prosperity Advertiser has sus
A great improvement is being made
on Cornelia street in "Brooklyn."
The colored people of Nowbei ry are
talking about ttarting -% newspaper.
Nowberry is a good held.
Mi'..John C. Craps made an assign
ment yesterday to Cole. L. .3ease,
Uj0,, for the benefit of his creditors.
Court convenes on the second Nion
day in March. The lawyers are busy
preparing to defend their clients.
Tihe time for returning propurty for
taxation will expire ont the 20th inst.
After that dato a 50 per cent. penalty
will be added.
There will be a social meeting of the
Luther League at tbe residence of Nlr.
D. ]3. Wheeler this evening at ,7.:0
'1l're will be serv; !cs in St. Luke's
church tonight at 7.30 o'clock, also on
Sunday at 11 a. i. and 4 p. i. by the
Rector, Rev. W. S Holmes.
The County Board of Commii.4oners
will not meet until the first Monday in
April. Wo were misinformed as to the
meeting on Monday next.
The cotton growers of No. 1 and
those interested, whloh includes every
body, are invited to attend the conven
tion in the court house today.
A new name has been mentioned for
Governor. It is Georgo S. Mower, of
Newberry. If ho consents to run, we
believe he will be in the second race.
We are told the price of cotton is ad
vancing. If it goes ip to 7 cents by the
first of May another 10,000,000 bale erop
will be raised to be sold at 4 and 5
cents. Tihe farmers do not seem to
learn wisdom by experience.
Gorton's Ninstrels at t,he opera house
on Wednesday night were greeted by a
large audience and the performance
was good. It is above the average min
strel troupes on the road. It is a good.
clean company and will please any
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon, of the Home
Nutual Fire Protection Association,
left on Wednesday night for Raleigh,
N. C., where he will proeure a State
license to write insurance in North
Carolina, and will at once put agents to
work in that, State. The Association is
growing in favor with the peoplo ard
is doing a good business.
Col. C. J. Purcell and Health Ofllcer
C. W. Bishop returned yesterday from
a visit to the State Farm, where they
had been on invitation of friends who
accompanied the legislative committees
oi their annual visit. These gentle
men were delighted wit,h the trip and
find .words inadequate to express the
plelasiules and describe the sights of the
Indigestion is often takeni for 'onl
suimption. T1he word consump ltion
means wasting away, and dyspepties
often wvaste away as badly as consumip
The reason p)eop)le waste away is lbe
cause either they don't get enough to
cat, or they dlon't dligest, what they do
1If the latter is your trouble, take
Shaker D)igest,ive ( ordial. This will
help you to di est your food and stop)
your loss of itesh.
Shaker Digestive Cordial is nmade
from herbs, barks anud the juices ot
fruit, by the well-k nown Shakers at
Mount Lebanon. It, posseses great
t,onic and digestive powers.
Shaker Digest,ive Cordial has eu red
many supplosedl consumpltives (who were
really dyspepties), by simply hel pi n'
their stomachs to digest their food,
thus giving them nourishment and new
Sold by druggists. riatl bottles 10e.
Rockland Co's $3.00 Men's shoes $2
and $2.50 at S. J1. Wooten's.
Yon can save 2~> per cent. on the dol
lar on all your' dIry goodis, shoes and
hats by buying at A. C. Jones' this
Contracto,r anid lIund,ers.
EstiminaLes furnished oni appl ica
Lion without charge. If you have a
house to build or any inechantical
wvork to be done it will save you
money to seo us before closing con
tracts. A record of 30 years in the
business. References furnished if
deai rod. First-clatss work at, lowest
af. C. CANNON & SONs,
Newberry, S. C.
A grand opportunity continued.
We have concluded to continue our
grand Slanighter Sale unt ii March 1st.
f 2t. P'rosperity, S. C.
Frei,h arrival today of iluyler's Fine
1' .ler's l3on lHons!
N I arshmetallow ts!
" .)Ros Dalitics!
"Creami Pepiermi nts!
"' Burnt, Ahnomnds!
Treat your Sweetheart to IIuyler and
make her happy.
THE UAND OF HOP1t1.
The Annual Treat-A Nciol Work For The
'he autnual treat of the Band of Hope,
a tenperitnce or-anization Inaugurated
soveral years ago by Mrs. C. Mower,
and tilnce her death carried on through
t'io labors and generosity of Ml rs Sophia
Reed'.Is and I-ion Geo. S. Mower, Was
held in Temperanec hall on Ttuesday
afternoon. when the prizes were dis
tributed to the happy children.
'i he Band of Hope is doing a noble
work in educatilng the children in the
cause of teuperance, and Its elorts
will be visible in the years to come.
The organization now has 130 mem
bers, 75 of whom made an average at
tendance of from 75 to 1K0 per cent.
during tl,e past year: 108 made an av
crage of 50 per ceit. and over.
The following 20 rceeived capital
prizes for bAng preset)i every Tues
GenevievIe l."vans, FL Goggans,
Atlice Goggans, Iunice Italfacre, MIin
nie IlHavird, Clara Langford, Juanita
Langford, Ernestine Manit, Gerl-trude
Mann, Dai-sy Mittle, Carrie Mayes,
DeWitt Salter, Irnest Sun,.nor, Annie
Laurie Tarranti, 'arl Vest. Alice
West, Carri('. 1tell West, Leva Wards
worth, Pearl Langford, lelen Hunter.
Each one of the above claso received
There were thirteen second prizes
(piecc:s of jewelry to the girls and knives
to the boys) given to those who missed
only once during the year:
lertha Davidson, Verner Lane. Jen
tile Alann, Sarah Pope, George SIm
mner, Emma Shackleford, Thomas Tar
rant, William Lani , James (oggais,
Mlattle E.ptint-. (hilite Johnlsonl, Ber
Iice Todd, Fraink ih-dhurn.
108 books were given o a basis of at
tendance, no one receivirg a book who
had not made an averag04 attenldance of
50 )el' ceit. (111 the year.
A Gond 1.vtti-r F1 " h 1it- CI.-rk of the Cir
Fvrna, d V1 i. ,h F bo. 28 M89.
M r. .1. Ut-wt- - r tijriz mt, Cit(3:
Dt-ar Oeopg-: P -.,- s s i !I Is'stilts f
Ch niberli',i Cou 11-ioedy. I
Would - (it fef I ('a1V it I k(Ie w I here wasg
poine of this vallable lt.owdy III I h"
houe I have giveti it a (i&jr test aud
c.msidor it. one of thi, very hest r- me
dif-i for crouka t hat. I have ever found.
One dose hIa% al wayg been s f1lelent, Il
thiuih0 I use it freely. Any cold my
children contract. vield very readily (.o
this mrtedlcline. I van consfolentiously
I'(1clomnieDd it fr) eroup and coldn in
children. Yours respielft'ly.
G Eo. 1r. Wom".E.
Sold by W. E. elihtin.
Vine v'ssimiltcrs for pants 42 (ents,
wot1h t50 cents at Vootell's.
Buy your furnishing goods froni
Janieson. Ho cirris tlIO latoSt styles
and first-class goods; n1o job lot,
Buy your shoes from Jainieson
and you will got tho best goods. fitf
Southern Maiload i(tte-.
The Southern Ratilroad Comilpany
will sell rouod t.ip t.iekets for the oc
('aSilon of the M lardt iGra'Is Jl1 Cri vals, t
H irmi ngham. Al a., Feobruary 22nd, at
one1 Ilho-t-t'hi s lim ited faire for the
round (Ipl. 'I icket s on satle t'ebruary
1(th to 21st. wvith tinal limit Altu-ehi 5,
Roya~'tl A icli MlasonIs. Charleston, S. C.,
l"ebrintry 15th. at, $.'~10 from NeOwberry',
an td $7 .85 from Il'rospterit.y for the) roundIl
trip. 'l'iekets n 00sale l'cbru-y 1.1th
A\h:o for' occatsion ('hm-rleston I)ti vinog
Associtiont NIeet, Charleston, 8. C..,
Feibruary' 15t.h to 10tth , at $t;.50 Iirom~
Newvberriy anid $0i.30 from Prosperity
for the roundlt ri p. Tick ets on stile
L"ebruary I-I l.h, I 5th anid Ithi, limnited
to February 19th.
Fo furt-her intfor'tna tioni concerning
these r'ates, accomm todation1s, con voni
dnces and advanitages (t hat, I h is groat
lin hasIt to olTeri, conti,I A gen)t .1 . A.
Ch'ihtirni aid iitun.i- toirtred by burns,
it, 'iS -ive It is io grea1t P1ilo iremedy
For' two wootks loniger wo will sol
lhe illy lBraikeltt $C.~>0 Shoen for
8.68 for catsh. Jamiiosont. f If
Until the fi rst day of' March Zeig
lor Br3s $3.00 and 83 50 Shoes $2.
38 for cash. ~Jtiniesoni. f tf
Driess G;oods and1( Tininhhigs at great-.
13y reduIicedl prices ait, Wyn'tn's I artenin
'1(1 Curo'e a (old ini (ne 1)ay,
TJake Laixativ V rom1ioii Quininoe T.ah
lets. A1 DIiruggist,s refundit theii mioney'
If it falls to cure. 25w,. f&tAim
1 am)1 still runin g mIy I Harness Shop
at 01l1 stand by Ii rst-class htarness
inaker. IHariiess made(1 anid repai red.
fi't I". A. S.,HUrMPu'r,
4-41 Ileachinig, goodi gotality, 5o., a
Wynn's Ilar'gaini Store. t &f2t.
Hy R,' ev. 1). 'iilIer, D ec. 1. 1897, at thec
ie.sidlence of .\lri. D)achi l'i tts, Mir. P a1
mer01 Davenport, 110 anI Aiss 11et,ha Long.
shore, bot,h (of Newbierry, S. ('.
Bly R1ev. D). Tiller, Dehc. I. 1897, at the
resideince of the bride's partiils. Alr'.
lee Neel and Al iss L uct'etiat Longshore,
both of Newbeirry Coutnty, S. C.
Bly 1Rev. I). 'Tilletr, Dec. 28, 1897, at
the residence of thle parents oIf the
bitdet(1, NIi'. J1essee Ad ams antd AIliss
buey3 A dams, boith of Newber'ry County,
S hoes just recoivo I from Zeigler
I'Bros. Jamnionton. f If
A Itaiale Act.
As the members of the ENxcelaor tire
cOUpaniy had assembled for t recent
Imeetlig, just before the members woro
called to order, oneo of the numbor
played "Dixic" oi his harmonica.
NeI by sat an old Confederate veteran.
who, at thue conclusion of the plece,
aroso and asked th attention of the
young men for a few seconds. He said
h enly wunted to state to the young
menl that the author of that inspiring
piece of music, Dan Emmett. was in a
ielploss and destitute eclditW!' -lnd
that anl appeal had been maltdo in) his
behalf inl at recent issue of The Coifed
erate Veteran, and that lie would ask
the young men each to contriblit,e at
iall Imtilount. inl his behllllf.
The young men responded and the
presidenlt of the company wts appointed
a committve to forward the money, and
received the followingi acknowledg
NAs 'iil1., TENN . Feb. 5, 1898.
A it. J No. W. IIIAttiARUT,
Newberry, S. C.
Dear Sir: I have received vour lvttor
of the .'d enclosing coliti.butioll of
$- fo "Ulnele' Dan Em'lumett, from
im1em1bers of yont. fire colimly. I thitilk
you for this, and am sure it. will bi ap
preciated by t ie reeiplent. llave asked
hlill tO malike persoinal acknowledtgment,
of contribution if able.
Yours t ruly,
S. A. CUNNINUIHAM,
Ptublishee Confederate Veteria.
T'11INK ABOUT VOUC Ht, IlALi.
This Itt fit) Tine io iv Altrentoiin to Your
The warmer weatier which will come
wit,h the al pl'oteIiing spring injontlhs
Shoild finid you strolg antI in robust,
healh h, your blood p dre an1d your atppe
tite good. Otherwise you will be in
danger of serious illneSs. Puiify lid
enlrich 3oill blood with llood's Sarsa
par-iluit and thus "prepare for spring."
This medicine omakes rich, red blood
antid gives vigor anlud vittlit.y.
A big lot Colored Shirts just ro
coived, 500 and '75C.
A lot now stiff and soft hats, latost
styles, just receivod.
They WN1t.1 se-nttor Mower.
The Coluinbia correspondent of the
News and Courier, ill his weekly ae
view from the Legishiture, generally
tinads some, political news and gossip inl
and about Columbia these tiies. lIe
says in Alonday's paper that there is
talk of the friends of Senator Mower
urring h ill to 1111 for Goverior, uld
"There is some talk about the hotels
of trying to get Senator George S.
Mower to make th rat'C. It, is not
known whether lie will consent, or
evel that lie knows alything about It'e
tove. It appears that this llove and
talk coies from members who voted
for him for Chief Justice, aid t,hey say
they want to show that their voting for
him was because they thought imn On
tirely worthy of 1he honor, and.a prop
ei man to be Chief Justice. and that by
suppolitrtinhg Senator NI ower ti bey show
t,1 hy 11r iot 'renetiolist5.' aS they ii have
been ealled. This feeling may (ie tIt,
bu(t it, is an1 inlterestin g situaZtion. Ar.
Mowl'er wias not votedi for by manuiy of
t hose in thle General Asstembly , who
titlice, bWecause' his :3candi idacy was5 ( ,gainlst.
thatl of in;er .-istice Mlver*, t, inl a
free-for-atll race for Gotvernor there
wouiltd lie a mallteria( liange', it is c!oi..
te nded . Shloula MI r. MIowe.r he Iiduced
to maiike the race, it, would wake a mia
trili change ill the situatlin.
'.lhere is 110 doubt that, Senator Mow
er would( malzke It stronig and possibly a
winninrg light if lie were to eiter. And
if lie were elect,ed lie would mlake Southl
Carolina t'ne if the best Governors sile
ever luud. lo w~ouldt give hier a busi
Tile staitemenits of those who have
beeni i uredl by TIood1's Sar.lapihill' a
prove t.he rt~ mL ieri t of thiis imed icinie.
jet, oly Hlood's.
Call for the Sussex Shioo for boys.
Tho host mediumi pico shioes maide.
ft C J aitih Pou.
Oiur last letter was side-t racked anid
d dh not reach) thle edi tori on timte
Mad (logs are still at, large. We
hear' that. 1ne (of Mr. Lindiosay iHowers'
chiild ren was bitten last week, thlough
we hope it was nott true.
'The " Frtady, Slight (if llandio Show''
wasI b)ill for thle Acadenmy a few
niights ago, but, Onl acounlt (If severe
c(iod (1did not s how. Several dIimles
Re v. I )eaton , the sotlieitor for Lenoir
(N. ( '.) College visited St. P'eter's (1'.
WV.) congregation last Suniday. After
at good miissionaiury'5 ermioni, he rai sedI
a(bout $150 cash for the college.
A certaini youni g manLI hoasilts of sell
ing IL num1ber, of' part rid gos, thle resuilt
of trat>p ig. Mi. ,d it or. is it not un i
lawfu (i to e veni oifer thieml for saleu?
The favorable weutheri hals cus-ed
quiitc a numliber of "niew groundts"' to
be openeid utp thiis w initer. A 1111st 11ny3
evening onie hmiy nottice thie smoitke.
Foi sonie t.imne past w e have noeticed
aL mlyst.eioust5 i lit, spot ini aL north
wve5I,trn dliret.ion, especially tin favocr
abl n)0 ights. It hias bleen suggtest"id
thait it is Newh,eriry's electrie lighlts -
d istaunce 15 miles! Wh'lo ennt heat,I ihat.
The) iiieeu t lino of Shirts for S0e
on the miuirhol. just ricei veid at
f tf JamIiOio'.
A lot of odd P~anits left over' fromu
suits, that we aro stlliuig for lo.ss than
cost. .Janueou r tfr
City Counell Proceedluge.
The city council held a meeting last
night. The full council was present.
City Attorney Hunt apuared beforo
the council and gave information con
corning the present, chiartr of the
town and the advisability and necessi
ty of a new one. Ac.ion on this -is
postponed until next Tuesday night.
A petition was presented from a
number of young men asking to be al
lowed to form a new f1ro company or
reel team and fowr half the apparatus of
the Excelsior Fire Coipany. Action
on this wits deferred. awaiting a recomi
mendation from tlie Board of Fire
The contract for hauling gravel was
awarded to %Ie. W. Y. Iair, his bid
being the lowest-24 cents per ton.
The vext meetin-, will be held next
The weathet is improvinug.
Small-pox has played out.
Cols and coughs are ali the go these
Farmn work ha11s comnimeuced and "hlaw"
and "gee" is all around.
St. l-auill's cliircl clgregat.ion are
ereeaig a diiiing room al their po- on
age., doing the work thilselves.
A lit:0 nlegro on I). Ilipp's plave fell
in a tub of hot water list Saturday and
wats so badly seAlded that it died in
about 10 hours.
Ir. Hosiou1 I. Shely is relievirg
NI r. Jur.-s 11. Sheely in the depot for a
Some one. entered ). lTip/s store Sit
Saturday r ghit and relied him of about
one hiundred dollars worth of goods.
No moiy was missinig. Wo need to
have our town ilcorlporated and pill, o
a night polic Or two. We donl't, need
oie inl day time.
"( OI IHon" of the Observer savs ho
learns somlelthing every day. 1- has
now learned to multiply 2 by 10 and
got the right answer. 11u1t, "donl't, say
nothing," a young lady told hilm how,
Or ie iever could have done ,o.
Ve ae sIteorry to so thalt, the R.egis
lature has extended I lie time for pay
ing taxes, and Lben, too, thIie Govornori
signed it. We were forced to pav ours
by Doeembern 31.-it. by liing hLIreatenled
with double taxes, anid sinve paying
them the tilme is extetled about sevenl
weeks. Why. we voul have done like
the rich man, and he is the only oisv
that,'s ben'efited by the extension, aid
u1s e 1d oui monley and doibled il. until
no0W. Wherc atro otir htw-makrcols Itold
high officers dm1 ft ing and carrying us
to? 'I'ley have d(one onie gr0oo(1 thiig,
if no more, refused to give t,be Stalto
Falir. anl appr-opriation or loanl. That.'s
right. Thanks. Now, if tey % ill add
that ioney to the amnoulit, t.hlat's givenl
to the lililitill t,mt lidded s1) muh to 110
[air's 1in11ancial vondit.ionl last, fall, and
who have to work 12 (ays ill every
yea' for0 t3 he nefit of thie peoIle of
South Carolina, t,len te.i'y will bo do
ing a good thiniig. We throw out, these
thouht, ils it rand1(oim so they can ho cit
MT A v.
Felb, It0. I183i.
tonl'S w~hien G;iu>vi;s Tlawri'LIss I 'un.i
TION IC is ats p)lasat, a s 14'1mon Syruip.
Your(1 druggist is auithoized Xto( Lrefund14.
the mloneOy ini evr 'V c ''se)5 where it fails
to cure('. P-rice, 510 (cnts.
A LONG TIME AGO
Some one( ask1ed:
H-ow~ does yotur gard4.en grow y
Such a1 quetIstion is agr'avatting
after the garden4 l is planfted and
thore is fonud to ho0 sonmthing
the malter with the seed,
We dlonl't belieOvo there' will be
any troubl)e if you como to us0 for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
. .GARDEN SEED..
WVe keep Bruis't's Garden
Semd and thei Iy neverCl
Wo WolIlti 1101 Koop ll thl, IF THEY D'l
Cigar Sale !
I havo a fow oIl' brambti(. of
C iguars iha! [ will sell r'ogard'lhess
of 'ost . These)) Cigar s ar all11
teoldhl) byitIiuanufa ic'r's for lirst.
(class good b(5 ut t hey (1o not stuit
Oiur tradei(. (i C for
"SA NT1A BA NA,"
"A TT"ACVA ('LI B''
andtr "'BEN BOWS !''
if you wa~nt Cigaris at at low
1 Ve (0018' 0111'h 'Of (fhlj 11(i
the most fatsidious smliokers oif
t boe towni, there'lffore4, we( (eniu ot
afford to herp an.ythuing but tho
host. ini ou.r regu lr line. T i n.
Sig you for paj is t fvorsi and ats -
inig ai(01 contiace oif 111me4, 1 ami
yours to please,
M'3 B. -JOW'I
<1G U A
0E ARE PREPARED TO SA
lars por ton on their purchas
sav them One to Two Dollars on th(
ash and Cotton Seed Meal. Guaram
with same a1,1lysis. Wo can Boll yol
to use of each and you do the mixing
mixed that will anialyzo 7 por cent.
and 2 por cont. of potash, all "or $15
company to pricqyou a fertilizer tha
will find that it will bo necessary for
moro for your cotton to pay the diffo
of your crops you can afford to soll t
ducing your acreage anid incroasing y
acres to produceo what would naturall
siavi:.1g of ZA0 por cent. in making you
of production 50 por cent., You can 1
proportion. These suggestions aire f
to consider thein beforo buvinfr your
quanity to sll, and if you dosi
ordors and haul out whon it
to supply tho deland of ou
years; and if presont sales are i
will bo entirely sold out in thirty da)
o1ico over Purcoll & Co's store.
FOR SALE BY
EVANS & WILBUR.
Don't buy until you
get our prices.
Dry Goods and
Evans & Wilbur
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
is alwy eVIY xci ted 1y thio immaIlhctilaIto
ly Tnat aippeairanlce of then man wvhosi
linen is dlone up at this lalund(ry
TLhe young ladies of Newborry aul
ways ay they know when li nen h
beeni do)no up her', becWauseH On
p)atronis ''adways look as if they hia<
come ont of, a b)and box."' Giv,
us your p)makages.
T here are lots of thIings i
a .Jewe'lry Store tlint (dol'
I .Ots of sinmal aI:rt istic a rt. iC;e
sui11table for X Inas prTheent
uf t1Jle(s. you saw 11hem).
We~' hiave( aL beCautifuli line o
siall Noveti(es at, exteerneil'
LOW\' PB IUES.
Yrou canl (cornei and s i ed
pIeasat hIour inl h ok(i n
arulun at, our stock and1( hu'
whi y~oul get, readIy.
EDUA RI) SCHOL()i'Z,
TIho Jewell r.
li ih 1rad o rul and1 11one IFert ili/.er.
X X\ X I l1o)d anid HoneP Guano.
iisl ed litne,
t.&f i i Inunisu & XVili.
VE THE FARMERS FIVE DOL.
Es of Ammoniatod Fortilizero. Can
oir purchases on Acid Phosphato, Poti.
toeing our grades against any others
tho material and toll you proportions
that will give you a Fertilizer when
."hos. Acid, 4 per cent. of Ammonia
.00 por ton. Ask any guano dealer or
will analyze as the above, and you
you to realize two cents por pound
rionco in prico. By reducing the cost
om1 cheapor; this can be dono by ro
our fortilizors, thoroby causing 100
y retliiro 150 acres to produco-a not
e crop-and if you decrease the cost
L'ord to sell your proceeds in sano
ot1 practienl exporioncO, an111 ask you
rortilizor.i. Wo havo only a limited
r'o to get the advantago placo your
suits, as we lao not boon ab o
r FOrtilizer il the iast soVen
indox of this your's business, wo
Call and soo mo jPoforo buying,
NEWBIiRRY OIL MILL,
By 1. W. li.orl,
Pros., Troas., Sec'v and M1anager.
Our Ncw Line of
C CalicoeS and
SWe have jutorcile a1 Cabo of
) I IPorcales, fust, colors, which
We will4"All yo ait
7 1-2 cents,
fuimer priies 1 ani)md 1> ents.
You Must See
()tie v line Shirt Waist at
'10o., woril th5.
Pomeltig ilew in elsis'
Wo will sell youl it good
D1n1sk111c, rold ald white, at
2, ts. per v-ardj.
A\ bini iii Winter Goods
w1 will SEll you lhea)p.
8 Conio and iispect, our goods
anid p>ries, Whlich alro
Davenport & Renwick.
(OliNT OF01 NICWI1IRity'..-fN
.1(ohn1 M. Hehiuipeist a s 8,perJvisor for
Newlwirry) (Coiunty, Siutli ( 'arolin,
buisiiin is ininh-r thle 11'n atu 11f4 HI.
Poseur lia & iSolis, IJiefetidasi,.
Siino fhti or ielb.f. ( oinl it Filed.'
To'theii I)tefeni,usbtlE boveo stried:
.i.ieionett andl iitred to a nswer'
thew eitaiplainit Iii this tietltin 'wllhi is
ill1(1ld inhe ollieel f lie Clerk of ( 'eurt
for' Newhirly Countiy, andi t( serve a
copy of your' ilSQ an e to the said cent
plaiunt oni thei sub,enhlers at the llielIe
at N ewhierry ( 'ourt [louse, Soui h Care-.
hina, withIin t wenty day3s af ter Ithe ser
v lee he reof; excliv of %i 0 the daly of1
itch servilee; tua iiIf you fall to a nswer
iaid, ihe p!aLiuitill in t his actiIona will
app1ly'ii io i (theiort for' the relief de.
HI UN l' &~ hi U NT,
D ated D)eeianber 21, A. I). 1.97.
-X To ihe I)Deendat, M . 8. Ueosenthatl
the abhove iit- Led act ioin wa s, on thie 21 st
(1h1y of I)ee, ii tber, I1897, fi l itn ihe oflce
I'Ileas for .Newhe rry ou.n ty3, Iin the
Mt.te of Siout h Carontii.
iIIUNT & |I UNTI,
Phdnilul'n A Ltor'neya.
Willie Swindler', coloared. lie is unldet'
agj.e andti nti, att liberity to tinike ci)lt.ratcts.
i lis i'ather'i.
0110 Offilgl 8010]) 11 10.( aicl,
mint31 on ihe estate of .1 rs. l"annie 5.
A inirewis1 diieiiimed, iin thei 18th daiy of
I'.'bi uary, 1.898, ait Ii (Ie'clu, iii tho
I 1110 dO . thle .J eige of ProblateI for Ni w..
hetirry Contnty, in the M'!aite oif Mota
afteor apply' . fo r a Iin dii schaiiiIrge, as
a-t Uiitratori of t i. h ie .'ai rtat.
All per- onzs hih.liIleailus Maust8
iinly at ttesctid, anid iali persiins Inudebted
iit o lt ai estae ilil Pleae tiay the
sa in on ori i' ni: fore hait datiie, toa the una
WV. A. A >m S
- I (itiitataor.
..i ntiar y I.i, 189?8. 1.. 4c
Fxamiilaiol for Toaol1101' Cortiflatos,
IlrHf l'A;V11G \ L i CN \MJN A TION
- for Tachiri Conty Certilfleates
wnaa he hieldl on Frithiay, Fbruiiatry 18,
I1~88 at the .. Cout, i ousie. ApIpllicant s
will binig thiri own'i pei andut inik anmd
teltr Country Sunj't or l uthwtn.