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E. It. AULL, EDITOR.
Spain means fight and Minister Wood
ford did not have to ask for his papot
of withdrawal. They wvro given by
It Is settled now that there shall be
war with this country and Spain. IIow
long such a war will last is mere mat
ter of conjecture and much depends on
the result or the first battle.
We had hoped tial, U,bu differellesC
might have been settled without war
but that seems impossible. The Presi
dent has signed the resolutions and an
ult,limatun hats been sent to Spain to
wit,hdraw her troops from Cuba. This
she will not do without a struggle. As
to Ihe filnail result, there can be no doubt
Cuba will le fr-ee. but what we fear, is
that we will have troubi in keeping
lier free from internal strifes.
Wo judge from reading our prohibi
tion exchanges that the prohibitionists
feel that they have put Secretary of
State Tompkins and State Treasurer
Timmerman i in at hole. ve are more
convilneed than ever that the placing
of these gentllemen on t.hie Prolhilb1tion
t,icket wais a game iof polities and
yet we do not, see how it is to help the
ProIhit.ionists. Of course. Messrs.
Tompkins and Timmerman will not
object to receiving prohibition votes
but, at the same time they aro known
its advoentes und friends of the ( dispen
Stiry. Then the question still rema ins
why were they put on the ticket at
all and wiitout their knowledge? It
may all pclear up ats the eainpaign
A petition is being ciriulated inl
Newberry and other towns asking t,le
biard of visitors of .he ('itadel to reiln
state the, eadets who were recently ex
pelled foir insilbordinlatiol. Tle puti
tion is being signed by nearly every
body. It. is at rare Ihing for any one to
refuse to sign at petition. We wold
he very g:1(d to s he t. you i men rel
instated. It seems to is, lowevetr, that
they are going about it in the warong
way. If tihst young mni desire to be
rein statted they shohlid themselves iake
petition il their own helalf, ackinowl
idging tielir w e. and promiHi nig obe
dienee to tlie proper aithoIr-it,its in, tle
futuire. We do not See IOw the board
of visitors coul(i take atlion, onl ally
thing else. For them to do otherwise
WoildI 'e to ac!kiIowledIge they had
made a in istake, whichl we have no idea
they will do. I'ley could not. And
we say ias r'egatrless of C.audt Ca
tey. 'Tlhe youn 1g amaenl whlo were ex pe eI
were in rchellion a-aiist tle at.iho'i
ties of the institutioit, and thii ioar of
visitors cauinot revei.s I heila action on
the pt,it,ion of eitizoins except it he ae
companied by 1wtitioln antd 1pology of
the expelled ctadlt. If the young men
are willing to atckowledge heir error
and promise o)e(1ienOtce in the futureli(,
the boaard of Visitors would then havo
oceasiona foir act.ion and somnethling on
which to at,t.
The Democr'atie cluaibs ar'e cal led to
nmcet tomoi'iow to elect delegates to a
county convtientiona to lbe held ona the
Iiir t, Mounday in iay. Thaere shoulId lbe
a full atttendance at tb 'so cliubI meet
ings. The watr talk shtouldh not, fri glhten
antyhedy or' cause any one to lose inter
est in loeatl aid St ate mnattters. it is
Imp.or'tat, t,t youri I lumecetin g to send
goodl men to the coun ty convent-ion iad
they ini tturni shotuld Senid good men to
the State conivenation. The St.at on -
v'ention has notbing of special impor1
tanace before it, but,t thiere is no l imait, to
it.s p)ow~er. A staite exeettive commit
toe is to be elected, bit tbey atre ahvays
snggested by thlu severali counties.
Ther'e entn anid ay be am endmalen ts
proposed to the lit ty coinsti, tion, and
then we hatve haear'd it. i ntimatted thaat,
it view of wvatr the coinvenltiotnminght,
decido that it. wats best nott to haave a
camnpaign and a piariy this summer'
and so to cnd thec whole mtatter' the con
vent,iona woul j ust go to wiork aind
zanmate a full Statec ticket tatkiing
some of the catnd idaites of all t lhe fate
Wt.e hartadly thinkl lhat, wvill lbe doiie
thotughi it is wt it hina the rangt of~ p hossi.
bI iity. At. any ratte it is thae dut.y of
members of tha eatcal tlubs to have theidr
eyes open1 atndl statit the hllI rol liltg in
thc r'ight, dir'ectioin. A eonvten tion
wouild ntot be so laud a t hinig, but, it.
wtotuld be a had t.hainig tao take ::uap juidg
meinlt such ats at niominationa lby I this coln
venation would( he.
Whant the Slt' 'Tr ua'u-er Suayus-low' the
['The Statte, 2lst.]
Y esterdity Dru. L'lTiimerman wits atsked
abomut, his ptosi tiont ini r'egardl to the
platcing of hiis lnamlo On thec ticket sug'
gested by the Pr'ohibit.'onlsts. Dri.
Thnamera'n aid he11 t simly wished it
undler'stood tht, lie was not a facetional
catndidate. IIis ofluce wats enatir'ely noen
political In characeter. Ever'ybody pr'et
ty well knew how lie stood, and that,
was alli ther'e was to It. If the Prohal
biltion ista were not going to not Ify those
natmed on the ticket 0oliatlly lie cotuld
s ee no0 occasioat for' delinations.
A leadling Prohibitionist yesterday
sid that Col. Tompkins' atnnotincedl
prefaeence fotr the dIispensariy systlm
moade no0 dhiferCece; If ai prh)iibit,litn
latw was ecited lae felt sure that (ol.
Tompki'- ' or atny other man on the
ticket would use his best endcavoi's to
#eo it enforced. Col. Tomtpkins said
'' at he would certainly do thi8. Thus
THE WAR IS ON
THE CUDAN COAST 'ro IlE BLO'KADED
A FIght is Exproted at Any Moment-sa
leh Officers Ordered to Fight Whole
They Meet U. H. Forces--amp
sou' Fleet Ordered
[Special to lorald and News.1
Columbia, S. C., April 21, 8.35 p. in.
Tle entire army is mobilizing and
Spanish oflicers have been ordered to
fight when they meet the United States
The North Atlantic Squadron has
been ordered to blockado Cuban coast
Aigersa.s Spain's treatiment of Wood
ford is a declaration of war.
Sampson's Ileet has been ordered to
Cuba immediately and a naval battle is
President McKinley notifies the pow
ors that war exists. Today joint reso
lution will be presented in Congres
dee'aring a slate of war to exist and
when the Act is passed the fleet will
move. McCord of the Notional Volun
teer Reserves has issued a call for 30,
000 men of the Reserves to report for
Postmaster General Gary resigned
today because lie did not approve of
the ultimatum. Charles Emory Smith
was appointed his successor.
Mr. R. H1. -lipp went to Kinards
Monday oi business.
Miss Nora Summer is critically ill at
this writing. N- chance of her recov
M iss Carrie Crooks has been visiting
it Nir. Geo. II. Aull's.
Capt. Ilatton had the Imlisfortune to
lose it valuable mulo Tuesday night.
MNiss TILa Glenn, the beautiful and
accomplished young lady, who has sue
cessf ul ly taught. lethel Aeademy sehool
for the past session, will close her
school the 27th Inst, with a big pienicon
Thursday, the 28th Tie public is cor
dially invited to come. Be suro to
bring well illled baskets. Several
speeclles will be mIade by promilnent men
of the county. A pleasant day in store
lor all who attend.
NIIr. David Ilipp enn beat, tile next
manILII Oil It bat, story. lie recently haIL
a bat killing and when the dead ones
were counted the pile numbered 218.
'rhe bats had a den in the boxes of his
dwellit.Ig house. Ilow is that for a bat
story Gen. ''Chips."
Well, I guess I better close and )rC
pare to go to war-with a cotton Illant
lie ihmati Mlls11.
CELY, S. C., A pril 1.4, 1898.--J. W.
C2apell, of L,h is phaee, huas been a sulferer
from tile very commilonl nid exceeding
ly disagreeable illietion caused by "a
series oif boils. 1 lu hias been~ talkinl
lloodl's Sarsaparilla, andl it has ent,irely
pu rifled his blood anId cured him1, and he0
is now a healthy muan. lie says he has
taken 1 loud's P ~ il for sick headachle,
and they have done him i more goodl
thail any other med icine.
Itemsi from St. Paul,,.
Communion services at. "in church
yesterday, four admlUiss .. to' tile
church by conIi rmation.
Tihle Central Luther' League met, in
St. P-aulIs ch urchi Saturd(lay. It, was
wet reprersenlted by3 tile dihferent Lea
gues ill thle CountIy.
Unceo George ('ouints is very3 low
wvith p)neumnonia. Uncle George is one
of our oldest. citizen ls.
Theu weatheor has1 biecomoi some whIat
warmer. We wvill resume tile planlting
of our crops.
Al rs. ( loddhopper hlad a mess of Eng.
lish peas from 11er garden yester-Ia,
and1 b .hnks she will have beaus b)y the
flrst (of May.
There will be plen 13' of fruit, if it don't
CIhilps, youl thlink the same as I, that
we wVon't, have Lt) go to war. An poor1101
man1 who( iralses a faily3 of children
byV thle use of his mluscie has had war~
meet on the fi rst Sunday min I lay at thie
close of tIle Sunlday schomol.
We have select 0i a good place for a
wattermillon )atichi; If successful we will
rmemelbi r the ed1itor and his5 family.
A pril 18, 1898.
WIly will y'ou buy13 bittOir nauiseating
toticea w hnG Riov''s TA'STLr ss 'Hiii,r
TONiC is as pleasant, 1as LonlOi Syrup.
Your1 druggist is authorized to refund
the mloney inl overy case where it, fails
to cure. Prico 50 conts.
Signas of Iapring.
Convey a wa'rning that certajilnail
mlenlts, genleraul debility, dyspepsin,
skin dliseaIste, liver compIIlaints, etc.,
need attention. There isn't anything
beotteor for a blood purifier than Our
Sarsaparilla Compound. Nothing
secret or mysterious abont it. It is
carefully made of thle best drugs, like
veorything thlat we rnake, and we givo
yo, a biggor bottlo than you usually
get anrd c.hargo but 75c for it.
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
D ruggint, on th cnr. .
Citatel tutlets Ttter Se vices.
[The State, 21st.]
Governor FIllerbo was in receipt 0
sovoral urgent letters and tolegran
duri- Ihe day. ('1hef atono thes
was tle following imlessaoe from Lih
supori ntolndelt, of the South Carolin
HIS Excelleney, Gov. W. ii. Elli0rbo.
Deelatratlon of war with Spain belnj
now ant assurled fact, I am11t atlthoriZed t(
tonder to you the services of tie 0111
cors and of t he .56 eadets who havo re
Inained loyal to (u1ty, for Bilh iiullitalr;
work in 1 ho SLato as the ex IlgelesVR 0
the tilies nuiy ronde' lecessary. Thel
p)leev 5-is have< dono tho sittile it
two wa r'4. ASBUR Y COwAR),
'I'llE (OVI-ItNOt'S 101-'1Y.
Gover-nor E'llerhe replied as follows
Col. Asbutry Cowar', Stlerintenden
Citatd4lI Acadefily, (htileston,. S. C.
Your tlegrain) received. 'l'elder ne
copt.ed. Will call ulponl ollcers iiI
caldets of the South Carolina Iilitar
Atademy if exigency Fhall domai-I
Yotur patriotie and Spirited action ap
pre-iatud. W. 11. CL.n ,
M rs. A. In vet it, ileling at 7201 10nr
St., Altom, Ill., si!Ired ith fielatic
rheanatisnm for over (-ight mmiths.
AmtShei (Orl for It tieirly the whole of
this ime, Isilng varifuls remediei
revond ftl ky frietits, andi waim
treatted by the physiciami, bia receivel
no? relieof. SheC iben undi mieQ and1 a
half twit(les of- Chamberlatin's Padti
3aIII, whicb 4f-ctte<d a compfleze cure.
This 1s published at her re(qtusit., ats she
Wiats thess miillltrly llifftlved to know
what etured her. The 25 mid 50 cent
Hiz-H for mll by W . I.J. 't lhan).
IRaten n t he sou- heren for Sivelat ocnamioti
The Southern Uailway Company will
sell round trip tiectts from Newherry
for the following occasions:
G orand Iodge Knights of HJonor of
South Carolina, lit Colimill, S. C.,
A pril 20-22d, $2.25. Tickets on sale
A pil 119-20,h, final 1111lm t A pril 23d.
ra Lo,r,,dge Inldependent Order Odd
Pellows, Charleston, lay 10-12. Farc
froi Newberry for rotlnd trip, $8.10.
Tickets on sIal : M:y 9, 10, 11, with final
limit, Ilay 16.
C onmmenceement Ciallinl University,
Orangebuirv, A ptil 21-29. Parie from
Newherry foi-lomnd trip. $1.00. 'I'iekets
on sale April 19-25, with final limit
Por occaiol porfor-manlce loston
Festival Orchestra, 'oimbia, S. C.
April 30th, $1 80 for t.he round trip
from Newberry. Tickets on sale A pril
30th, limited to :1ist.
For occasioll C oln veil tioll solthern
Tariff Association, OlN 1'oint Comfort
Va., May -.-it aiti f0th. $I5.;0 for the
ronnd trip from Newherry. Tickets
oin sale ily 2nd anl :h'd, limited to
Annual Meeting J1uior Oder U1ited
A merican Mechanics, at, Clifton, S. C.
April 10-25th, $1 25. Tickets o1 sal
April 17 -19th, final limit, April 2th.
South Carolina State Siity.-seloo
Convention, at Georgetown, S. C., IIaV
17-I19th, $8.30. Tickets on sale ha.
15-17t.h. final limit, ay 21st.
Quad renn ia l Geoneral C on ference Ml
May -1--28ti h. firist.-elass all1 rail ia \Vash
in gton , $17.30; 1i1isi -!htss via Norforn,
and3( (Chesapeake lIlay SteVamerQi, $ii1.1.30
L"or fnrtheI r informl-iation conc-rn in t
t,bese rates42, enll1 oni A\ gent.1 J. A. lb urton
'Thi llev'. V. H-. \Va-ever, p-istor o
thle U. Rt. ("hur ebi, 1illishul g, Pa., re
clgtuze th.'JIle valuen of (3ham berlain1'i
Cough i ii tmedy, and1( does nlot hiesi tilt
Chamb ertin in's (Coungh Uel-emey,"' h<
ltlys, "and1( 1:nd it aniOXC 11 ex lLn medi(
e11ne for coldIs, couIghs aii hI11oarsen ess.'
Si) doe-s3 oiveryone who gives it a triial
Sdid by W. 10JPeihiam.
flU YUU LIKE U00D COFFEE?
If so, buy th "Bl''11oo Rlibbon'
brand. llThis is ant excellout brani
of Moen anud Javn, andtt will go twicl
asfras 01h01ap coffeie.
If you will only t ry thlis brand1( y'ot
wili quit using cheap and 1poor coffee
In it you will find both gnaility an
I cotnm. Sold by
S. 13. JONES, Solo Agent.
'The( Ruoinor of WeddhmmgM
Is in th10 air. Thiose wvho have
bonn so fortunato as to hiava receivet
an invitatjin shtould show their tip
preciation by eding a gift such Il
Cut Glass, Fancy Chilia or a1 H-and
somo1 LiampJ. Eit her of these artti
cles, t hey e:11 bny very~ ch1031 at
1ROBERT1SON & (11LDER'S.
A CALL TO DEM4OCRATS TO OR(ANIZE
r [iHl D)EMOCTRATI'C CLUJl3S 01
.LNewberry County are hereby noti
fled to mleet ont fourth Saturday o
A pril, 23d diay, at, Lhle repctv
places of ireeling for t-he puripose of or
ganizing and1( elect-lug delegates to tis
C ouniity ConiventLion, whitichi is hereb:
called to meet oin first Mionday in Ma'
next-- S. S. I UNN INGHIA M.
MONEY TO LOAN
Ont farming lanuds. Easiy paiymenhft
No cominnssionls charged. Borrowe'
pays actual11 cost of per-fecting .oian
interest 8 pe-r cent.
JOHN B. PA LMEli & SON,
t. 8nm Columbllia, S. 0.
J HB -ARINESS SHOP.
J. . altont hats Opened a Hart
nloss Shop on MainI Street, next doo
to 0. Klottner's. WVill mako not
barness and1 repair otld. Twoty.fliv
yealrs experience. P'ricos rensonjabh'
- (ive him your ordors. Satisfactio
Allers Hanging' 'Round.
If Maino hadn't, trudged with me tl
f weary Way to school,
4 When wo were children, imebbe now
Wouldn't act t.ih1 fool,
. An' keep u thinkin' how 'twould beI
t settle down In life,
W Ith job'a little farm to till, an' Main
as my wife!
Hut, twe1n' how sie ust to let ino carr
fall her books,
An' even nlow she smiles ut, ino wit
- )igh t-y icanin' looks,
As if to say: "'Why don't you speak?"
I'd do it, I'll be bound!
If Mtinie's little brothtr wasn't alloi
Shc's Squire Taylor's daughter, an' t:
(JulIro' folks, you know,
Hov knowed out- fan'ly, kith an' kit
for forty yeal- or so.
A score of Brownm (that's m1y nait
have in in m tlionia! yoken
Boen hIiteled in) generations back wit
some of Taylor's folks.
A n' so it socins a providonce thet nevc
Had calkerlatd )er1 an' in 1 should liv
in wedded bliss,
An' feelin' thus I'd sure proposo, al
bravely stan' my ground,
If Mamilo's little brother wasn't aller
A sitin' in the p1arlor, On a Sabbat
An' Mamie lookin' at m0 in a hall
I brace tn. 3elf to tell her all tho littl
When Tommy peeps in On ius so mit
chlevous like an' bold!
An' then my tongue goes limpin' 'Ilon
the lai uv Idle speech
An' ev'rything I ineant, to say git
clear beyond my reach.
The words might be remembered, c
some other words be found,
If Mamie's little brother wasn't allei
-Roy Farrell LC'icpnc in New Yor
Americans ire tho must inventiv
peopl oti earth. To them have bee
issted ierly 0600 000 patents, or mor
111ha1 onle-Ilhild 4f1all the patent(s Issuif
in the world. No discov.-ry of nimlen
yvir has been of greater benellt 1
mankind thani Chamberlain's Colic
Chohra and Diarrhoea Rtemedy. or hn
doie mre I o relieve pain and mutferiti
J W. Vtlium, of Oaktonl, ICy , smys: 1
have ied Chtemberlaiti's Colle, Choler
and Di-irrhtcu RIemedy in my famil
for several years, ntid int(d It to be th'i
be.t med 10 ne I over used for cram mps i
tIhe snAcih and bowels. For sale b:
WV. II. P'elham.
Si'OT CASH WILL SAVE
YOU BIG MONEY AT
Pelhan's Drug 5tore
Any 25c bottle medicine for 20-ts.
Any 50c " " " 40cts.
Any $1.00 " " " 85cts.
How does that strike you? No
I oo(S cha"rged at thCSC l)VCeS.
Of tila CIcrk 811tl T7a08811'6i of 11
Towi of Nowborry, B. C., for 11
[ir'st Wiir tor, Eii111 31 31s1, 189
Jan. 1. To balance for
w ard ..... $5,268 i
D)ispensary ....$399 27
Colored Cemetery 5 00
Fines1 May or's c't. 98 20
General Ilicense... 11 50
Rent: Auditor and
Tireas. Olies... 75 00
Rent: Opera liouse 2(09 90
Street duty .... ... 71 00
6-MNill Tax, '97.. 6 78
1-5111 " .... $10 29 i
Genecral Expenses.$ :34 20
Operat ho0uso "... 52 (65
*Mayor's Salary.... ...661 (1
Clerk's Salary ..... ...80 00
Adver'g andu P'rint'g. 40 50
StaLtionary, EnIvel'Ps 2 07
1Land( purllchased near
power' house......... 300 00
Inlterlest Onl Opera
Hlouse bonds1......1,100 00-$i,676 I
POLICE D)EPARTM ENT.
Regulatr salarles....$ 297 68
Si ecial Police.......10 91- 314
Standard Oil Co.... 8 75
Lapltljlighter's$ salary' 45 010- 53
MaterIal and1( re(palirs 35 83
Lumber, brick and(1
r'ock.................. 124 69
Gr'avel and Hauling 90
Laborers Wages...467 60~
Su pt,. L. D). W icker. 70 00
1"eed Accounlt......... 93 20-- 792
IIOARD) OF- HIEAIL1
EIcpese account ...260 (67
Secuetary's salary... 20 00
Publi1c Vaiccinto.. 277 .39
Health Ollcer'......... 90 00- 6484
Regular anld specIal.. 10 00-- 10
COMMISSIONERIS PUITI1C WORIKS.
1Ex p ses 30.................48 98
Sinking F~und......... 1,075 00-$2,023
City Attorneys .....104
113 batlan ...........707
I - $6,236
C. A. BIOW MAN,
(lerkI and 'Treasurer.
CHiLL & FEVEJ
P ERSONS H AVING SPRINK L IRS
In front of their premnise aro here
by warnet that they are not allowed to
use water from sprinklers for other
l'. J. VOSS,
:NOW is tile TIME
When you can
Sget goods ...
10 per cent Below
10-4 Sheeting, 10c.
10-4 Sheeting, 122c.
10-4 Sheeting (best), 18:c
Marseiles Quilts, Price $4, at $2.50.
Marseilles-Quilts, Price $2.25 at $1.40.
White Quilt'j, large size, 65c.
Nice line of Huck and
Damask Towels cheap.
r Table linenbelow cost
2Opcs yard wide
lOc, 12 1-2c & 5c.
H of goods
in our store
BAW RAT STOR.
c ATLANTIC COAST LINE !
Ut FAST LINE
Between Oharleston anid Columbia,
aUpper South Carolina, North Caro
lina, Athens and Atlanta.
P~assimosa~ 1,EPARIT. fENT,
8 WIL.)llNOToN, N C0, Nov 27th, 1897.
G1OiNo WFST: In Eileet D)ec. 20. GoINO EAIT.
*N o. f2 1837 No. 53.
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14i's ,a a ......Coin m h-l.....Lv 1.00 p mn
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12 .0 pim A r....... Nao, e y....L v 2657 pmn
12 51 p in)ar....C ,ton......Lv 2 10 pm
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830 p Ar.Charlotto. N. C .... L i 5am
6Oj's p A r..llenderstonvil 1e, N. C..Lv9 18 am
~)7 (0 p.m Ar.... A hwv ill..... Lv 8 2)am
Not-. .2 anl 53.9Solid .ns betweeni Charles
ton' and (In-un blin,
11. MI E MEtRSON, Gen. Passen or A gent.
J. R1. 1(ENa,Y, T. M1. EM NROMN
Gena's Mianager. Traffio Mlanager.
Florida CentralI& eninsular
Timo Table tn E~lfeet Jan 1.
I.enve Ne wberr.v--........................2 25 pm
A rri ve Columbia -.......................8.0 pm
No. 37. No. 85.
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.L v Fn i, fiax.......,............207 m 8 m
'9 L v C aiva m .......................i 441pm 6 14nm
A r lir. maW Iek.----............. 8 00I)pm 7 -inam
A r.Jacksonvy ie1..~.............9 0pm1 1) Oam
,,.Leku 1.............9 .upa m 9 15n,m
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IA a W tio .....d ............12 In m 1i 0am
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. BlandI 1ingAreet Station. Nos. 3. nndl 361'aassiloa~l'~ i o. -n) atr
iPuullman PlEepIug cars~ he0 WO0en New i ork and
--iacksonv1lle; a so betwn WOII(inctnnau and
.lnek.onville., V In .' si,eville, connectIng l'hi
tI ma parlor e ns betwee.n JnekennylIit,
aund Tampn land11 rot) solid tran.-o Ch 01 (lar
lot to to J1.~alonvIill
.Non 37 ant d 8 carr y Pn t1:i n!. rn wIng room
-sloel ti Omar het W0 n Tampa nin1( New Yerkl
cnin ing at (Chartt. withi Southwerstern
F'or imt ther litformaiit inl4'anp)y to
Li. NI. F'LEICtlNO. Dl. 15. A.,
N. 8. PENNT N, 3 o
W. ISUTI EliJi T .g
31.1 B EAY, U.T. A.
Col'umnbi, S. C.
A . ). NIACDONT' L. (, . P. A..
TAKE A LOOK
and Lace Shoes and
Oxford Ties. They are
the peer of any foot
gear in this or any
other market I _ _ _ _
They fit and wear well I
One guarantee goes
with every pair!
You take no risk I
Drop in 'tis no trouble
to show these elegant
foot trimmings ti
NEWBERRY-- -S. C.
- BIG STOCK OF GOODS -
TO BE SOLD AT
REDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES!
The season is getting late and we still have a
big stock of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS and FURNISHING GOODS
THAT WE WILL SELL REGARDLESS OF PROFIT I
We want to turn the Goods into money, and if
a big cut in the prices will do it, we will
certainly accomplish our object I
We have a ver, nobby line of
Suits, Shoes,. Hats, :Scarfs, ilk Handkerchiefs, Etc.,
That would make elegant Christmas presents
Come in and we can show you
better than we can tell yOu.
We mean strictly business !
THE NEWBERRY CLOTHING COMPANY,
APIOU[V he Lowest
SHE PEOPLE HAVE psto ogv oh
learned, Orbyr aejs
that it makes but little reundfo Nw
difference, how the Yokthceerf
merchants quote Low fahofrtisou.
Prices, in their adver- ty n r o
tisements. That you rayt akt o
can always get theabuthtinsht
same quality of goodsgo
"A LIT TLE LESS,"buintehapt
at A. C. JONES' Cash ty
Dry Goocs Store. Winltqat
coma ecesit inNewerpo s ietieore commived bth.er
merhatswh carg aytin, out ricuers hailgve jtht
have t add ~ldYoork, tofetcoecoerryof
thelose crtintocoe n beor- efa n o l r sph ial atoun
dit businesy, and toewopycs tinothf ac e donosl
ar gttngt're o pyig hee ranrsdy otl odyou
abls m tnBel thm labgoouti tevr thine, ethatu
Dry Goods, Dross Goods,in th cheapestgodarofsnadqu
Umbellacs, V ass to, ras Lite-I pr pos oa d inash. o
Loe tan tnesiy can Nbuya n tery Astl and qualityr cmand teal cory
Mattinand ah largot ano hng oe' s t O rsad ilgv hmt
Nice Pto a aditonl profss thanve you.
yoh e a scything to como in thDr We wn ocllyuspcilatn
areds geNogtido pynthstrhnor Shehoddy Pin goods.Wewn
abyeStore an e o uhLS to show them egodon vr yie vnou,
iDcrtnyGouods, Dreen Goods, chads wilgood aofstadr muchl.o
omens ndee Shs, Oftntyou as1hos7-n
Atr. C O I Ciloe hswe 7Pttomei pitof Seeice.
NieaThe ateoLile'es toren you anm
Goodsr, tionsror Sho9, 1898 iti gOods.WeIIwant
my Stor an ohwmchLs toso .he. oyu