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J. J LANE.
Han Just.Roeeived a Frosh'Supply of
...ACID and GUANO...
rOs ritASTERI APFOIN rED.
Col W u. Y Fair lecelves the Plum-ie Is
i "Lilly While" Republican and a
Col. Wm.-Y. Fair has been appointed
postmaster at Newbrry. The appoint
tiont was made yesterday and the first
news of it reached New berry this morn
Col. Fair Is a natilve of Newberry and
is about 60 years old and fully compe
tent to discharge the duties of the
olice. H o is a son of the late Col.
Simeon Fair and was a Democrat until
a couplo years ago when he united with
the Republican' party.
A thrill of teror Is (xperienced when a
brassy cougqh of crou tounds through thle
holu e at night. But the terror soon changes
to rellef after One Atinute I ough Cure has
been adinhilstered Sate and harnle:s for
children. W. E. Pelham.
The Common pleas.
The Common Pleas Court convened
at Nowborry yesterday morning but as
several of the lawyers had been busily
engaged up to Saturday night in the
Hessions Court they were not ready to
tako up civil business and the jury was
discharged until this morning when the
jury cases will be called.
There are several oases of importance
to be heard at this term and the
court will probably last all the week.
We are anxious to d1 a little good in thlP'
world and can thii: of no pleasanter or but
ter way to do It that by recommending One
Minuto Cough Cure as a prevontivo of pno.
it onla. consumption and other serious iung
troubles that follow neglected colds. W. u.
Spring Goods of all kinds at
If you want bargains now call on
Lt&f tf. J. S. RUSSEML.
Taffetta and Printed Silks, splendid
assortment and cheap, at Mower's. tf
Our Millinery Dopartment is up to
the usual high standard, and will be
very interesting to the ladies. tf
1000 lbs. of bees wax.
t3t. W. 1H. WHITE.
For the Next 30 Days
From date I will sell at and below
New York cost Rogers Bros.' Spoons,
Knives, Forks, and plated ware;
Watches, Chains. Bracelets, Cuff and
Collar Buttons, Clocks, Biroaches, Sil
ver Novelties, Fancy Goods. Come and
see us, our room is limited and we must
make room for our sptring and summer
go-ds. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
repaired and work guaranteed. Old
gold and silver bought. and exchanged.
tf Next door to Rob_rtson & Gilder.
Good Milk Cows
With young heifer calves, for sale by
Henry.D. Boo%er. t3t
The Herald and News and the Trial.
The Herald and News desires to
thank Judge Bknet and the ofilcers of
the court for their courtesy and atten
tion during the trial last week. With
out their consid oration and kindness in
providing us a desk and desk room it
would have been impossible to p)ublish
the full report of tbe case that we have
The Herald and News is the only
p)aper that, had a rep)resentative p)resent
and that gave a full report of the testi
mony. It was a case in wvhich there
wams great public interest, as was mani
fest from the large crowd present from
t.he calling of the case to the announce
ment of the verdict.
We never~ saw bett.er order in so large
a crowd, especially w'hen we remem
her that the case occupied four full
It was no small matter to take the
t.esti mony and the speeches and p)ut
them in type, but it has been done and
we were as glad when the ease ended
as were the iawyers and t,he court.
We have added a dozen or mere new
subscribers in the last few days, but
there Is room for more. We have
p)rinted a couple hundred extra copies
with the enitire case as rep)orted, In
cituding what was in Friday's paper.
New subscribers can secureo colpies if
they come early. The proceedings of
this1 case woero read wit,h interest
throughout the county.
A fler years of untold ,uffterling fromn 1110s.
II. W. Punrseil, of Knitnersvlille, Pa , was enured
by usIn. a sIngle box of D)eWitt ' WItch Haziel
Halve. kin(11 disenses such as ezema, rash,
p.maples and obstInnte snrea are readily
enrod by this finmous remedy. W. 1.. Polham.
H-ave you seen those exquisite Frencnh
Organdies at Mower's? tf
Big job in White F'renc.h Organdies
at about half regular price at
Poercales, 30-inch, at 7c, wort,h more,
at Miower's tf
Cotton Seed Hulls
F"or sale at 224 cents per hundred
f&t3t T. C. Pool.
Cotton seed for Halo.
Celebrated King Cotton Seed for sale
by TI. C. Pool. f&t2t
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxat,ive Bromoe Quinine Tab
lets. All Driugglsts refutnd the money
if It fails to cure. 25c. fat6m
Agents to work In Nort,h or South
Cairolina for the IIome Mutual Fire
Protect,ion A ssocIation of Sout,h Caro
lina. Liberal commission or salary
given. A pply to
TiIOS. F". IIARIMON, Gen. A gt
t&f4t. . Newberry, S. 6.
It, was a Cough that carried him of?
It, was a coflln they carried him off in.
It. is unnecessarry. WVo have saved
the lives of hundreds and will save
yours for 25 cents. Our Compound
Cough Syrup seldom fails to give imn
mediate and permanent relief. Use
ono bottle, and you will give up the
biack business. Manuf actured and
for sale at Robertson & Gildei's
VARIOUi Ai4D ALL ABOUT
Seo notice of money to lend. -
Mr. J. Brry Richards, of, Union, is
In the city.
Mrs. Jennie Sittnfield of-New York
is on a visit to her stetos Mrs. J. Mlit
The large crowds in the court house
during the trial last week observed ex
Col. Win. Munro and James Munro,
Esq., of Union and Hon. D. E. Hydrick
of Spartanburg are in attendance upon
court this week.
Rev. J. L. Williams of Newberry, S.
0., will preadh at Smyrna Church on
the 3d sabbath, this month, at 11
o'clock A. M. The public cordially in
vited to attend.
The literary societies of Newberry
college will have a publie celebration
in the opera house on Friday night of
this week. The public is invited to at
tend. Program is published else where.
If you find any thing in this issue
about cour$ please remember that it
was the biggest thing in town and
county last week and that we were in
constant attendance from Tuesday un
til Saturday night.
Will Cleland who plead guilty of
housebreaking in Court last week and
was sentenced to the chain gang made
his escape on Saturday morning but
was captured at the Oil Mill on Satur
day evening by Policemen Hunter and
The foreman of the jury in charge of
the Pomaria case for himself and his
associates begs us to return thanks 'to
Judge Benet for his consideration of
their welfare and to Sheriff Buford and
his bailiffs and to Mrs. Huiet for their
kind treatment; and we do so with
0. M. Jamieson has just returned
from the northern mark6ts, where he
purchased one of the most complete
lines of spring Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
and Furnishing goods ever brought to
this market, and at rook bottom prices.
These goods are being marked and
p laced in stock, call and give them an
inspection. Look for an advertisement
A drunken negro on Saturday after
noon was passing by the residence of
Policeman Franklin on College Hill
and some little negroes were playing
on the street. He stopped and remark
ed with an oath that lie believed that
lie would shoot them and as he spoke
drew his pistol and shot one in the
mouth. He also fired one or two shots
in the yard. The -negro's name is Bel
ton Rharq. The little fellow he 0hot
is doing well, but the negro who did
the shooting should be arrested and
made to pay the penalty for his reck
The Sure La Grippe Cure.
There is no use suffering from this
dreadful malady, if you will only get
the right remedy. You are having
pain all through your body, your liver
is out of order, have no appetite, no
life or ambition, have a bad cold, in
fact are conpletely used up. Electrie
Bitters is the only remedy that will
give you prompt and sure relief. They
act directly on your Liver, Stomach
and Kidneys. tone up the whole sys
tem and muake you feel like a new be
Ing. They are guaranteed to cure or
price refunded. For sale at Robertson
& Gilder's Drug btore. onlv h0 cents
A Jolut DelIe.
The Excelsior and Phrenakosmian
Literary Societies of Newberry College
will celebrate their thirty-ninth anni
versary on Friday evening 18th instant
by a debate and oratorical contest to be
given in the opera house.
A general Invit,ation is freely extond
ed to the public to be p)resent ait these
The programme will be as follows:
President, L. B. Aull.
First Orator 1B. 13. Hare--subject
Rlesol ved, Thiat heredit,y is agreateir
factor in the formatIon of charact.er
First A ffirmative-E. C. W itt.
First Negative-H. M. Henry.
second Negative--H. C. F'allaw.
Second Orator-J. M. Epting-subject,
Announcement of decision by judges.
The exercises wvill begin at 8 o'clock.
If strength Is wvhat you want you
should study what causes your weakc
It Is practically lack of food.
But you cat three meals a day, and
ll you can cat at a time.
Y es, but (10 you digest it?
Food undigested, is not food. It is
It, doesn't create strength.
To digest your food take Shaker Di
restive Cordial at meals. After a
while you will digest your food without
it. Then you will get, wvell, and strong
Shaker Dilgestive Cordial cures in
ligestion and all Its sympltoms, such as
nausea, headache, eruict,ations, pain in
bhe stomach, giddiness, loss of appe
uite, etc. It makes your food nour-ish
you, and make yon st,rong and fat and
Druggists sell it. Trial bott,le 10
Beautiful line of Madras Cloths at
MONEY TO LOAN
D)n farming lands. Easy payments.
No comnmissions chiarged. Borrower
nays actnal cost of perfecting loan.
[nterest8 per cent.
JOHN B. PALMEit a SON,
t. 3m Columbia, S. C.
A TWO STORY DWELLING
1House, with eight rooms, good
water, gard6n, barn, one-half acre of
land--all enclosed--in the Town of
Prosperity. Anyone wishing to buy
ean write to the undersigned at THayne
P. 0., Newberry Co., S. C., for therms.
t2m. J. D. B3OW L fS.
Niotice to Work Roads,.
T [IE TrOWNSHJIP COMMISSION
e of this County are hereby no
tilled to have the overseers put the
roads in good condition by May 1, 1898.
0N. M.SC HUMPNR,
3t Supervisor N. C.
BRYAN AT UiUMENWOOD.
A Seien aud Ueard by a Newberrian, and
ilis Inpresslons of the Nbraskau.
A number of Nowheririans wont on
the "Bryan special" last, Friday to
see and hear the distinguished Nebras
kan, or I should say, American, lon.
Wiliam . Nryan, who had consented
to speak ifteen minutes at Greenwood.
The special and tbo train from Augus
ta, w hence bir. Bryan catme, rolled
into the station at the samo time, amidst
liecrs from 2,000 to 3,00) people asiem
bled at Greenwood.
itr. Bryan, standing with several
gentlemen on the rear of a privato car,
was easily recognized, with features
true to the photos published of himl, by
those who even had tjob seen him1 be
A stand, decorated with United States
flags and silver shields, had been ereet.
ed on the piublic square, and Mr. Dryan
was quickly conveyed there. I noticed
o0n the stand also Gov. iler-be and Sen
ator McLaurin, and lon. J, Al. John
stone and Mayor M'vans, of Newberry,
wei-e also Invited to seats.
Mr. Bryan was introduced by Sena
tor Waller, and the smile on the No
braskan's face showed thiat, lie appre
clated the splendid welcome by Green
Mr. Bryan has a strong face, and the
play of his features while speaking
gives his whole countenance a beaming
explression that, attracts and holds tile
vision, like a nagnet, of those who itay
be iear to him. His voice Is penetrat
ing, but moilently expressive. His
form is massive-five feet nine, neck
like an ox, and wide, firm-set, mouth,
broad, round ehest, which seems to
complete the circumference of his
t dy. A friend tells me that lie is a
"6round mnan,"head,body,an d with an all
round, evenly-balanced mind, too, I
say. le is a remar-kable man. 1le is
an Anierican. His speech at Green
wood proves this, for he Is grandly sin
cere; for in his closing relialrks at
Greenwood his manner was convincing
when he said, referring to Democratic
failure and)([ Repiblican success In 1896,I
that, if the lepublicans were right,
then lie preferred the success of tbat
which was good, raet.er thall the fail
ure of an experimnent,. To him the
welfare of his couni-y wias more than
the triumph of an idea. and he wanted
that victory which would bring good to
his country and prosperity to tbe peo
ple. M r. '1ryan had not i1110 t) Il-ake
a regular s bech, but whiat lie said took
well with his auldience. 11 i iillustrat
tions Wero felicito,4 i alnd though lc 1
WaS hoarse and must iieiessari ly 111
band his voice, there were occasional
Hashes of peit-ul) (1lulcle liko the
Cletric ifish from a summer cloud
which was just ready to refresh tile
earth with a gentle shower. He said
he would not undertake the discussion
of public questions with anl audience
which had shown by their votes how
well they understood the questions of
the hour, but would give them a few
points which they could elaborate for
themselves. le rould not well afford
to pass Greenwood by after such clo
quent persuasions fromt the coiimittee
sent to Augusta, and althoigh Iis
I',broat- was sore lie would rather hurt it,
thall hurt tiir feelings.
Some of his remarks about Republi
can fallacies were very keen thrusts.
Hle eald the Republic-an pat,ty was
treating the people for an over loaded
stomach when they wer-e really suffer
ing with hunger.
There were cries "Go on, go o1,'' but
Mr. Bryan said his time was up, and le
About livo hundred people shook his
hand as he stood in the door of the
waiting room, among whom were a
large number of ladies and ehildren.
It was a great occasion forGreen
wood. I regret, that I id not o on
to Duie W'est. I returnled with Dri. S.
G. Welch and Mir. J1. C. Wilson.
A imng those wh'io went to D)ue WVest
wer-e Messrs. T. J1. McCrary, J1. M.
JTohnistone, Prof. WV. K. Sligh, F. HT.
Dominick, .Jas. A. Hlowers, IU. i1. ECvans,
RI. H-. Wearn, J . (. Wilson, Jr., F"ranmk
MIower, Hu tg h I oyd, .1 uck Snuni uers,
Mi rs. M. A . Carlisle, MI isses Mlaggie
Jlohnstonel and Miinnaie Todd.
Th'ley all reportl a splendCIid and prollt
able time and a kind rcecptioni at tile
hands of thle hiospitale peole of D)ue
West. \W. I', II.
Th'iankfu woi vrdi wvritteni by Mlrs. Ada
E. H- art, of GArotoin, S I): 'Was t-iken
wIih a bad0 cold wichel settled on miy
lu ngs; coughl set in and Iinailly termi
n ated in C ounupt ion. F~ou r Duectors
gave inie uip to my Sa vior, dietermined4
if I could1( not stay with my113 f'rinds onl
eath , I would( meet liy aibsenit ones
abolvei. My husiband was i'I ad vIsed 1o gel
Dr. 1K1 ng's D)iscovery fo r Consllum1lp1 ionl,
CJoughs andf Colds, I ga ve it a t rial,
t0onk in)i a lgligt hbltties. It halS cured0(
mie, and thank Godi I am saved and
now a well and1( healthby wcimanl. Trial
hotles free at Robertson & Gilder's
Regullar size 50m and( $1.00. Guaran
teed or price refunded.
The Grianti Jury MakIe TheIr P'resen,tmenti
and aI re Discha,rgedi.
Th'le gland jury was kept, busy until
Friday aft,ernoon of last, week, when
theOy mladeC their 6111a1 pr'esentmnent. It
was r'ead anld they were dischamrged.
JIudge Benet, thlanked t hem for tihe
manner in whichI t,bey~ had dlischarged1
their duty and1( reminded thlem agalin1
that they muhst remnemIber thaut their
duities did not cease with thle terinai
tionl of the courit, but thlat thecy were
the grand inquest of the county, anidI
their term' of service conltinlued th rough
tIhe year and every day in tno year. lIe
also called their aittenltion to the faict,
that the County Supervisor was under
a mllisapprehensiou ats to a1 chlange in
the liiw wichiliP( rqires him1111 to submillit,
is repor to the court t. this time. lieI
had submlit,ted to the judge at t.he last
term, but the law had been1chlamnged
and lie wats to sulbmlit, it at this 1.ime.
Thiey were inlstructed to call h1is at ten
tion t,o tis and hlave tile ep0fort at, the
neOxt reguhli,r1 term.
T1hey were thlen d ischa[rged. Theiri
pmresentmlent is ats follows:
To ills 1101101 WV. C. Jienet, 1l'residinlg
The granld juriy would repec)tf11 113
submit the following replort at tIs teirin
of the cour't:
WVo have carefully considered and
acted upon01 all bIlls of indicetmenit, given
to us by the Solicitomr. 'We havei' examl
mned the books of Magistr'ates S. S.
Cunningham, J1. H. Williams, S. A.
Merchant, S. L. Fellers, J. IH. Crisp,
M. P. Hlarrinigton and . B. Ellesm.
and find them all kept in good order,
the cases properly entered and tho lines
paid over to the County Troasuror.
We have also examined the olicas or
Clurk of Court, Shoril, Probate Judge,
and School Jommissioner, and from the
limited timo at our disposal find then
well kept., the books and papers in their
propor ,places, the bills all propettly
entered and volIc ra's for All Inoneys
paid out. (We will, however, make 4
more thorough -xamination at the July
We have also examined the dispon
8Ary and tied it operated according to
We have also ex mined the County
Home (or Poor House) and find it in
good condition and the inmates well
cared for and well satisfied, but we
have been informed that, some things
bought for the County Home havo been
charged to the chain gang. It has been
reiported to us that soie of the public
roads In the county are in ba(] condl
tion. We therefore recommend that
the SupervisSr see that, they are at
tended to at once.
We have been informed that the per
son in charge of the chain gang allows
t,he prisoners to go without shackles
and that on Saturday nights Io allows
theni to take the mules and go home. We
mubmit that the Supervisor look Into
bhils matter Immediately.
We have examined the jail and find
that one of the chimneys and the roof
Lre in need of repairs, and recommend
Ahat it be attended to at once. We
ccommend that water be furnished
rom the water works of tho town on
3ach floor of the jail and that six clec
ric lights be placed in the jail. We
tiso recommend that the County Su
)crvisor*and the board of healt,h be in
itructed to devise a system of drainage
rom the jail. W.- %so find there are
ionic lights brokcn out of the court,
oom windows which should be re
laced and the roof of the court house
'epaired so that it will not leak and let,
,he water into the Probato Judge's
>ile, which we are informed.
We recome IIilnI that our clerk he
mid thei usual foe.
A. .1. WILINMHIAM,
A Correction of a statemont.
I understand from good authority
,hat the grand jur.v presented a statle
nenit to the court that I had beenI al
owing the negro convICts to ride the
niles belonging to this county ait nlight
Lnd oil Suiindays. I stiate positively
hat no negro has ever r-ode any m11lC
.hat I have had in charge, except for
ie business of the couty.
1. (). E'PTlN(,
There are tIheo it-ts. Igiligs'Whih to more
6york Iltn an. otl.vr hlirve lituo thinpgw itv
tted Ihev nre tle tut, the bec alud Dewitt's
LAttle ES it sers,-oh inst, beiig tie li otis
ittlo,j)[I i ' r st(muclih mnd liver troiblem. w
I-. Ve 1i111i1i.
Havin1g bought the iDaiy milk cows
offer tliem for sale cheap. They are
.hoiee cows. E'. Cabaniss. t tf.
Bhall be our motto this
season. We are in a
position to give both.
Our buyers have just
returned from New
York, the center of
fashion for this coun
try, and are now
ready to talk to you
about the things that
buy in the cheapest
Sbuy ini large quaniti
We therefore command the very
owest prices and will give them to
We want to call your special at tion
ion to thli fact thant we do not sol
rash nor* shoddy goods.
WVe pucdo ourselves in offerinmg ro
inble good1s in overy line, evetn our
boeapest good1s arei of standard qual
WeO propIos to leadit in p)oint of
tyle aind qualility and( to mioot all com.
otition in point of prco
are full of nice, new
spring goods. We want
:o show them to you,
atnd will do as much for
iou as any hous3 can.
Come to See Us.
responds readily to proper fer,
Larger crops, fuller ears and
larger grain are sure to result
fioi a liberal use of fertilizers
containing at least 7% actual
Our books are free to fartners.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
93 NasSau St.. New York.
A LONG TIME AGO
Some on asked:
Mistress lary qifto contrary
How does your gardon grow?
Such a questiov is aigravatting
after the garden is phanted and
there is found to bo soliething
the matter with the Seed,
We don't believe there will be
any troublo if you como to us for
Garden Seed!! Garden Seed!!!
... GARDEN SEED ..
We keep Bruist's Garden
Semd and tHIey never
VA I I U) ( 11.110\V
Wo woli not Koop them)1, IP THEY DID.
Cigar Sale I
i hanve i few oir brindsn of
Cigars that I will soll rvgardless
of cost. Thoso Cigars ir all
Sold by Inild fact iIrers for first.
Class g,roods, but t.y do not Suit
olr trad(.. Call for
and "BEN BO WS!'
if you want Cigars at a low
Relar ic o nars
is 111) to its 11811al excellonlco
Wo do our tihiro of supplying
the most fastidious smokors of
the town, thoirofore, we cannot
alford to koop1 anything b)ut the
betin our regnlar lino(. Thank
ing y'ou for past8 favors'nnd am-k
ing a cont1ihnaneo of ,iamie, I amii
yours to pleaise,
S. B. d1ON1CS.
1y ot her' Houses0 wil] e ver un
dersell or re:chi the level of Ouir
an id lmUdersellI them alli- -
Are( offered goods at 08t or aLt
hlif pirice, comoi to t he B oo ivoy
of ba[rgams and yon1( canl bui lly thle
same goods for a mere son1g.
Our prices are very little
our Comnpetitors neced maigniify -
ing glassos8 to see thom11! We
knock t hem b:linrd!
Hero Are a Few
Ulack Eyes for compijotitors8:
Yours att, only
3 3--1 per yard.
4-4 Shirti ng
Yours at only
Dc per yard.
3c. 1or yardI.
I Cest 41( S tand rd I 'r int,s
YoursI' at only
G.ood 1 'archedl C)olfee
YourIs at, ii nly
Good Green, ( olfeeu
Your,s at, only
9h0 pejund. 1(
Seapj-G(ood Wahing, I Soap
Your111s ait only
18 wor'ib wic asV(81 much ait thle
I eeh iv e of I anrgatin.
The I-'i andt 11 quare112 t)e aler.
J1. IB Walton has1 opened a Hr
no0's Shop oni Main St re('t , next door
to 0. K lOt tioer's. WNil, imakenoew
hiarnessi and repalir1 ohbl. TJwenity-fIi v
years expjerienc.'. P rices reasonabil'e.
(Jive him your orders. Sit isfaction11
A\t onE)1. 10,000~ pulInds of dIry~ hiides.
11 i1ghest markel(t, pie paj~id.
t&f tL Sunmmne n,'.
for Men - -
We Make it Warm!
BY SELLING THEM CLOTHING AND
Yi Uncderwear that fits snug, holds its shape
,nd keeps out tho bitter cold north winds I
P Run all along from 25 cents to
P i1.b peo gannent in. Undem-ai
suits Froin $2 to $7.50 and up.
I Y SELECT TI1 LOWEST PRICED
that ean ht had.
Take the highest piriced, we know that
IOU ar-e geUilln a' good -' tho -o0e0
tin buy anywherC
S. %T. WOOTEN,
NEWBERRY S. C.
To call in and examine my line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of strictly high
grade Charnber Suits in Walnut
and Oak. A full line of rnedium
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
R. C. LLIAMS.
t. ly INlnin Streut, Nonwburry, S. C.
WlsaeIB PIlBs Cannon & Mayes,
3E'C)i M ? - are agents for the
..rtall TralM... Mansion House Steam
A [ Greenville, S. C.
AIt CJONESl O
pe'ople of Nowhberry t he pii
buynio thosad dll
'of1Q prilig Goods I,
D)ress Goods, Dry Goods, No. [lhe Prober Domes/ic Finish
tions, H osiory, Gen';ts' Hantidkcerchoefx a I ut (on all linturedou
Sirtso, Hats, Unbtirol las, T1runtks, anal un(C y.I j onn and(liIOi
Meni't, Boy's,WVomen's aind (Jhilren,'s o ii ins ain t igItt
Shoes at little ini ad(vaniCo of whole. tenis used the mi ini ttla
stilo prices, durmng t ho monthi of whiitenoess is btegolof mfethlods
March. 'Thei fact, is you could ntot tha wiiI,ill niot rot the goodsa.
b)uy ai singlo ati clet at whtolesaile, A ity colIan', cuff or siirtdonto
lower t han you com buy your goodis uip horo is suire to gi vo 1per
this Spring at tny store. feetltalileat 'on. To'( please
My oneeio wthmyPhla Iur trn is1 0151 our imIY-andl(
d Mlhi Hotus ena le me oseur O never fail to do0 it.
aidvatattges thatt not othier hioui in
Nowherry enjoys. I1 amn lib eral Oth r I ng
enough to give t hetj)) peol the ben ii bsie
of it. D)on't buy oin a credit anid
koop your. I tusbandL ptolsor, bulIt h-ei him S PE CTA CL ES
go to t he banttks land get.I th mIoney
c'hatses. You1 ma11v flIcOtiter1 yousles
tha yoar not paying lthis differ GlAAe
oncie buit, it i<4 tiibore atll the same1. 'H et aelt 01 t i tg ill
'('bis week we wdli contiuii to ii .1welriy St.'re that don1)'t
sell aill of otur beSt. printts rit -l, onr ( ttI j~V 1
noEw 12 1 2e pere'I s a in.. lin hu Ail sneudl uirtist ic ar'ticles
iuig Cambnej Is best1 <iitty at -le, sn it abbi ' Xias pro (ents
Coats Spool (oe a~ 0)1it ine iaI deO" tht you wold( never think
AndI tall of out (Cassimiers, Jeanis tand ~it eSyu te
l'laitnnels a t actualii cost. A Ilarg'o' \,ltv ),tt0l. i eo
line of now Patis at 50 to $2.0 aI smalitul Nov(elties att (extremtely
pair Ju st recei ved . Comto tand sPo - VI~ S
oft Sri. \You cant comoi an s11pend( a
. ,inrul at our1 stock and( buy
A. C. JONES ~when : oni ge'tPready.lokn
Tho People's Store. 1E I) JU A l11I) SCI I OI1TZ,
Noewborr'y, 8. ( ., Maiirch I, 1898I. lThe eowe er.
Pill LII )LPIl1l1A OFFICi';: iw.;AJ. ttilyt
lithI and Market St root. :fw o s cmn in W,ally at