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fpadd and A-}m
Corrected every Tuesday and 10riday
by Sumnior Bros.
M oat... .................. . . ......... @ 4.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 8(d110(.
Best Molamses, new crop ...... SOc.
Good olasses..................... 25(a)35c.
Corn ................................... 100 .
M oal .......... . . ......... ........... 65c.
H ay.............. . . . ................ 80c,
W heat ........................ A.00
1st Patent Flour .................. $
2nd Bost Flour .................... $4.50
Strait 1o........................ $4.25
Good Ordinary Flour ............firstname.lastname@example.org
Sugar ................. ..... ......... 6 a?c
tice .................................... O (oloue
Corce ................................. 10(a)20c
Cotton seed meal: p sack... $1.00
Bale Ilulls, por ewt......... 30c,
Butter, per lb ..................... 15()20c.
'ggs, per dozen ..... ....... . 12io.
Chickens, eah............,...... 121(g)20c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 60c.
Corn, per buseel.................. 5c.
Oats, per bushel .................. 350.
Sweet pota toes .................... 50(a40c.
Turkeys, per lb ................. (Vo 8c.
Fodder, per owtt ................. 75(ai90c.
Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
M iddling ....................................4 c.
Sluckloun's Arnics Halve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Hores, Ulcers, Salt Rheutm,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Vhilblalus, Corns, and al Skin Erup
t a)ns, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 26 cents per box. or sale by
RobertRon & 0lder and W. 1. Pelham.
10 live partridges, I roosters and 4
hens, for which I will pay well.
U1 W&. It. II.W ec.
For Itul I
Three rooms up stairs on Malin Stireet.,
next to Elite Photo Studio. For ternis
apply at the Ejlite Photo Studio. t.2t
The Graied schoolm.
The Graded Schools will until further
notice open at 1) o'elock In the morning
and close at 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
This Is a half hour earIler, and parent,s
and children will please take notice
and govern theinselves accordingly.
Truth wears well. l'eople have
learned that DeWitt's Little IIarly
Risers are reliable little pills for regu
lating the bowels, curing constipation
and sick headache. They don't grilie.
'-. E. Pelham.
Newberry always furnishes her full
quota of girls for the different colleges,
and this year she is (ioing it again.
To Winthrop -Misses l3essie (op
pock, B3essie Simmons, Carrie G ibson,
LIlla Johnstone and.Cari-ie Buiford.
To Converse-Misses Mary Thoip
son, Nannie McCaughrin, Lucy Speers
and Nina Lake.
To Columbia-Mlsses Thyra Schum
pert and Douscha Martin.
We have noted the (eparture of
others t i Baltimore and Virgiaiat, and
there m1ay be others to l1uic West and
Whly will you buy bitter nauseating
tonics when Gitovn's TASTPLlass('i Cur
TONIC is as pleasant, as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case where it, tails
to cure. Price, 50 cents.
Blargains in new goods, consist.ing? of
Calicoes, lBleaching, Lonsdale Cambric,
Chevilot,s, &c., at 8. .1. WOOTI ON.
Look! A stitch in Tine
Saves nIne. iHughes' Tonic (new imu
proved, taste pleasant) taken ini early
Spr'ing and Fall p)revent.s Chiills, Den.
gue and Malarial b'evers. Acts on the
liver, tones upi the syst,em. Better than
quinIne. G uaranteed, try it,. A t
druggists. 50c. and $1.00 bott,les. thim
F?ire in, the Counutry.
On last Thursday nightt,he dwelli ng
of 'M r. .lames UI. Aull about live m,iles
from town was destroyed by lire. The
fire originated in the kitchen and was
discovered* about 11 o'clock, lbut, not
until the stove room wvas falling In andi
too late to save anyt,hing. M r. Aull was
in town at the OirM ill.
There was no Insurance and the lost
f ills heavily. Not only the house buti
tthe furniture and wearn g apparel andl
everything was lost,.
More than twenty inil lioni free san
pies of D)eWitt's WItch IHazel Salvt
have been dilstributed by the mianufae
turer~s. Whlat, better proof of t.heim
conil(fidene in it's merit,s dot you wati
it, cures pilles, burns, scaltds, sorei., ir
the shortest space of time. W. 1E. l'el
The Newberry K indiergatritn.
Miss Agness ICrekmnann, the Kintde.
garten teacher, arrived in Ne wberrl
on l'rltday and openedi her school in t,ht
old Luit,hcrani cliuirch yesterday miorni
lng. Miss IErekmnann taught here las
year with marked success anti we hopt
t.he school may he a success this year
Trheire is need in Newherry for such
school and M Iss IKrokmann ia an ellicien
MIss cerckmnann will heO glad to see
any parents havinug children betweei
the ages of three0( anti six years.
year. in hier school will be tof great, hl
tithe child before enitering the G-radei
and Woods Ever
gree Lawn Grass Seet
for sale cheap at
Robertson & Gilder's
VAIOUN AND AL. ABOUT.
H1on. Jno. T.*Duncan, of Columbia, li
in ite city.
Thei-o was a bIg lot of cotton oil Lit
market lat Sattirday.
Col..C. .1. 1Iureoll wet, over to Au
gusta for a day or. two.
The electionl today will wind 1 up the
prilarlos for this year.
I IS liessic Carisle will go today to
ti: West Female College.
MIr. J. A. logcrs left, otn Sat,tu-day to
aceept, a posit.ion in Atlanta.
M r. Clas. 1'. 'elhant will attend the
South Carolin'a Collego at Coliumttblia.
College opens Ilext Moiday. '. -
prospect.s for a full opening are good.
Air. Geo. A. ULangford left last Pi
day for l"ichmi11onld, Va., to sell it lot of
NI Is. ROi,. L. (oll, of Salu lda, Is ont a
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. W.
AMrs. C. C. Davis retuined on Satir
day front a itmonith's stay at Clein
The Mower Co. makes a change in
thut I aInot llucuen' this morning.
Mi. Thos. Ml. Nevl, .r-., hais gone to
Nashville, Tenn.. to attend Vanderbilt
Mrt. M,. P.. 1'awley, of Newberry, is
greet.ing his friends in Plorence today.
The union setvices among the sev
eral churches for Sunday night have
Tihe tine for inecting of ite Lutheran
Sunday school has been changed to
4.30 iin the afterinootn.
Miss MaI'y Ieagill, of Charleston,
dauiglt,e,- or NIi. .i. ii. ieagin, is home
on ia visit to her parent,s.
Nir. W. I. l'elliham, Jr., will attend
the Maryland College of Pharmacy,
Baltimore, the coming session.
Nil.. If. C. I lolloway left On yester
day for. t7olimibiat, to Ctitet the law
depart.ilenit of the Sout.h Carolina Col
Rev. P'. P'. McClintouk leaves today
for Die west, where lie will tomorrow
deliver the opening address at Marskine
Maste-s .1i. K.. and Eh. II. Aull, jr.,
left this morning tot' i week's . isit to
their grandfather, Nir. .1. 1.. Atill, in
Miss lary I,tw McClint,ock leaves oit
Thur1PtIsday for I ,ake City, Fla, , where
she is ptrofessor, of English in the 141otri
(Ia State College.
0. Klettner, the Main street hustler,
is the i man to furnish you bargains it
an1ything you wtit. It will Sive yotu
money to vall at his store.
Mrs. L. C. Boland is clerking at Mi.
A. C. .lones' anud will be glad to have
her' friends call antId see the Many nice
t.intgst the2y ha1ve for t oet .
layor Mvans h ad the town bell tolled
for half horit on 10riday aft,ernoon inl
honor of Miss Winnie Davis who was
that afternoon buried in 1.iclimond, Va.
The Sacramnt#, of the Lord's Supper
will bo ,dlisptensed at, HTead Spritng
ce :uri'h next Sabb)at,hi. Itrer. Mr t. Plax
co, of Ibait 'ens, w ill ptreach two sermons
til Sat,urday and two on Sabbath. *
The Hrldt antd News tdoes not no0w
int,tend to issute an -ex i.ra t.otuight, In i'e
gard to the third't pr'imiary. We will
get inI the retur ins if we cant and( be0 in
thle t)illte ltil a litt,le late to ri'LClve.
We regret, very. tuch tht, we cottld
niot, trt, t.o i t.het nt.orit.ain1111 met by the ha
dlie's or K Intg's ( 'ieek chutrch at, (ol.
.1r~owni's last, TJhursi'day' eveti ing. Wec
hope they will have antothier soon) andi
we wvilI1) h prest, evenui if it does look
A n1egrot man NIilott. J1oh nsot, was
accidenltlly shot by' lt'ooks I tobinson,
--tegro btoy abottt 12 yearts old, on last.
b. ,tur'day In No. 9. lI t was shot, in
t,he hantd and itip bit, nt, ser'iouisly.
T1he b)oy wats hainLtlg t.he pist,Ol to .John-i
sont whien it, was tdisc'hariged. .
MIr. .1 as. 1 0. D avidlson leaves New
b.err'y toda' tot' Ch3am4vston where lie
has neceted)tii 10)osition 11s botok keeper'
int t, c he h111 of t.he II. S. NIarshal fotr
Sout.h ( 'aiol ia WVe are sorry to lo"e
Nir. D)avidsoni fro'ni Newherr'~, bt, hope
he may13 growV flat, andit prIosper in tl'e
oit,y bty the seta.
It, is stat,td that NIr. Nlhei'l. [I. AuB.
the popu)tlar' eeitot' of The Newherry
.Hleral aInid News, will be aL candidat.e
fori clertk t)f t,he 11(louse of Repriesenit.a.
t,ives. A better seleet,ioni coulId hatrdly
he imado. Mr i. Autll is coturteouis, andi
aLt.ent,Ii v to butsiness8, andtt aI ~las keepls
hiIs head aboumt him i.- -Chiester' LtanternI.
lHen laindsayL~~ , aL negro( whott lives in
Gravel townt and( aLpp,r'ant,tly enjoy ing
good hieail.h , drtopped dead otn hiis wayd
home ye'sterdtay even inzg. lIe was cotm
plinintg tof beiung sIck, wheni aL dra'ty
manlLt passedCt hi im; and0 hte got, in the dray
>go htomte, hut, had gon~e tonly a shor't,
dIistance who'nu he gave a long brent.h
and1( fell back in the di'ay deatd.
NIri. M. NM. Sm Itht,'t,he enter'prisi ng
hook man11 otf Ita:leight, N. C., t,h r'ough is
Nouthierni Hook Extchange, has estai
lishted a1 mium it, wherebcy out' peole
are entabled to get theirt school and1(
ot,her' books at, half t pub11lsher's
prices0. We 0reommIa iend himit to ott
patLtrons$, anud Itopte 1.t tiet.h' sticcess
matiy crown'. htIis e hfort,s. See ht is ad,1 in
'I Mr. J1. I.. Goggans wvho has hantledot
the exprtess lat, Newberruy for' te p)as
threeo imonthts leaves t,h is week foi
- 'i'lda w heire he( has1 a positIon ai
rout,e gt, fot' t,hte express company
M.Gglats was always politet, coturt
couts and1 obl1igintg andt( at Vtesamefl tiimt
st,iictly businiess. We regret Itis dIe.
pat,uret't hut, aLre glad to nota Is do
ser'ved pr'(fOmtion: Hie Is sucee.ded al
Newhni'ry h,y Mi' oin iIO~.et.
Saturday night about dark two pris
oners at the Newberry jail broke the
locks to the Iron cell and walked out.
Or rat,ber they used wires and man
aged to make keys of them and picked
the locks. They were in the iron cell,
but, not, locked in 'the small cells, as
Sherlif luford allows the prisoners the
use of the whole cell during the day,
locking them in the small cells it,
Riley llutChison is one who escape
and lie is charged with breaking in tli,
depot, at Prosperit-y, and it is thou ht
that he was mplicat,d in the brakihag
t-to of Maj. DeWalt's house souotimo
Thn other one who escaped it, It
Shears, tnd he is charged in an I stitti
ia battery case.
Sihu Glenn wns iIn the same cell a-d
could have escaped also. lie 11 the
man who killed his father in town here
sometime ago and afterwards gave him
self up. H o made no effort to escape.
Sheriff Buford rode all Saturday
night in search of the two escapes a- -
has used every means available for
their capture but up to this timp has
heard noth ing of then. lie has offered
a reward of $20 for lutchison and $5
This is the first escupe under Sheriff
Will begin the fall session of 1898 on
Monday next at 9 a. in , and all the pu
pils are earnestly requested to be on
hand promptly at that hour.
President Cromer is very much en
couraged at the :1utlook. From 60 to
75 new stutlents are expected and
among the inuiber will be several
If tIlle old st.idtnts ret,ur-n as they
shoul wit,h t.hI inlinx of new ones the
enrollment I.hIis year will exceed that,
of last year considerably and that was
tbe finest session in point.of numbers in
the history of t.he College.
The interior of the voillege has been
recently whit'v wlalsed aid thoroughly
cleaned up and everyt.hin.g is now in
good shape for the boys.
There is need for more dormitoric 4.
A good scheme would be to build some
four and six room cottages around on
tihe college grounds for the use of stu
dents. It would be better than having
all the students room in the college
building. There will have to be some
thing done very soon. This is a matter
for action by the trustees at their meet
ing in November.
Everything possible should be done
for the comfort and convenience of the
We are delighted that the prospects
are bright and that everything prom
ises a successful session.
A Pliteset ete-e saa n . .
Dear Mr. Editor: Please allow me to
tell you of one of, if not the nicest,
incidents in my experience, and whieb
you unfortunately mised by not !eIng
)reseIt. I refer 1.0 the festival the
ladies of K Iig's Creek gave last Thurs
day, the 22nd, at Col. d.1 C. S Iown's.
D)oubt,less you remember the night was
not, propitious, and many were the anx
ious hopes tha~t yet there might be anm
auspicious change in the weather-that
tihe heavy clouds, threat.ening rain,
would pass away-and that, the queen
of lights would shine* more gloriously,
thereby piersutading some of the more
dlubiouis to vent.ure out.
Nevert.heless, while all these dlesires
and hopes were not grat.ified as to the
beauty and enchantment, of the night,
they were~ more t.han realiz.ed by the
most, sanguine in t,he grandeuir and
richness of the appetlizers in st.ore for
that, occasion, and in its successful ter
liesides the slelndid suipper, with its
tasteful hash and its appropriat,e con -
coit.hants, fojlowed by beaut,iful, ele
gant, and various cakes, with as varied
icedl creama, there was a concourse of
genial andi felicitous people. Delight,
andl leaatry were visible on every
face, each one decterm ined on the plea -
tire of all the rest,. TIhe supper was
served by tbe young ladies, and they at,
once caught the a'dm iration of all with
t,hmeira innocence, p)rompItness, sweet
ness and beauity-e very face radiant,
wit,h smiles andl merriment. These
wero t.he incentives that stImulat,ed the
gallantry of thme young amien to its no
blest putrpoese. They (1id honor to the
occasion and( respect.ful attention t -> the
You, Mr. l'Cditor, were looked for,
iand had you been prIesent, youI would niot
have regrettedi it.
May we have anoiher when cottoa
ad val '. lRespect,fully,
Sueptemaser 26, 1898. W.
A i'in,k To,..
A amost charmiing and delight,ful
"ptimnk tea" was given at the hospit,able
residence of Drm. and Mri s. I 'eter itoh
ert,son last aight, comnpllmentary t(a
their prett,y young neices fmom Charles
t.on, Misses Louise and Alice Rlobert.
The sp)acious and beauti ful lawns I r
froant of the aesidence were lightet
with Chinese haanterns of every variety
of color andl made a secuaie of lovel iness
TJhue hallways and parlors were beaut,i
fully draped in piank, whit.e and bIu
and were most, eanchant,iaag. it, was al
together a most eaajoyable aand pleasan
entertainmnent,, and the houms .spe
rap)Idly away aand the timne to depar
eaame all too sooa foa the happy younn
WA NTED.1-. lWV aitA La 'TiTWoIITil
tisal'orAons in this aW to I a mnannMs oai
bui :Ii, thmeir ownat amuf nearby couantie
It sanamainly oftco work conducted at nloma
salary straigt a$ *' a year and exponse.v.
definite, boafide, no moreo, no less saarj
Momb lly $76. Itoferenesu. ICuehorn half-aum
diressted stamapedt envelop, Itorbert i,. IIes
i'est, nnt. M. Chtcono.
S. . FLYPP
$11,327.50 of Fine Dr
56 Fans, worth 75c to *1.50, damagld bi
:110 prS of [,ad iesN' and Ch, !Id ren's Kid (a
215 prs Ladies' and Ml isses' Ly lo Ltren
'325 prs Ladies' nid Misses' 1inglisi Stc
6e to 15e pe'r paI. 01ne pail Ot(,t
2:3 lin Worsted Daeas latterns, some
the plice of good II oimespuiIs.
You ver a suh111 11
K bd Flannw Suiting; Jetans;
it cost to mako up, just 'e-viv
350 pairs Kid Gloves 0t''u,age ' by
!800 yards black and ,ored Silk
10k) yards YaId-\Wide Seal, ISlIld
We guarant,ee tile prices of all g(
York cost, for these goods it
P. 5. s H all o'r goodis I o III
always try to "Je.v" us dowin to it) eli
cannot afford to waste thne o.i custo 'e
you have any looking aro md to do. pl
berry att,hMO prices they are selling at,
To every person who trades *1.00
FOR AN EXTRA TRAIN.
EWiltor Ault Pishluig for One on C. & (I
Itoand-Voiry Muc-h jN-t-do-d.
lo'ditor M,. It. AuI, of the Newherry
IHerald and News, who was in the eity
last Iight., seems di . dermined to se.-me
an ext.ra, trainl on the Columbia and
reenville railroad. The passenger
traie oni this oaIld SeCIIIS aLple to Wa4til
rant the venture, especially if E.dit.or
Aull succeeds iII his efforts t.o have the
postollice department, put. on a mail
route agellt, thereby SStiting t,hC rail
road by mitigating tie expense.
To a reporter o f The State MI r. Ait 1i
said tha it wits inltn.ded to aSk t.he (i
operation of ill towns a0'evted by t;
arrangement. IAael town will be I.
(uiested to elect delegates to a meetii.,
at Greenwood, the matter being fully
considered there and propersteps takei
to ensure success to t,he enterprise.
At, I.he Greenwood meejting a JIeti
t,ionl, properly drawn u) and signed,
will be forwarded to the post.nmisii
general of the United nt.ates, praying
the appointiment of a route agent, fo
the extra train. Should the town
along the rout3 cordially pull toget,her,
there I oIIOf success. IIn fact, in such
a contingency, 10ditAr Atill does not
hesitate .o, say he helievcs the schemu
will go, U rough.
Decisive action Is ex)cted, theme
fore, fr61 all these toWIns, tInd it, is rea1
sonable to suppose they will not, nieg
lect nor delay a matter of such impor
tance inasiuch as there hat been fol
several yarSI a general (ICIand for the
It will be remembered that The Stat.t
has rep)eatedlby gi ven space to aL lwiessH
ing puLblic decmnud for this train to he
pt, On, and( the pu blic longs to see
move mnade in that direction.
Being assuredl of haint'tg a mail route
agent on the train, the rail road minet
might feel justi tlcd in undertaking tih
veinture. in fact, for the gieat.er parl1
of the year a dlaily passenger tralin ha:
run over this road4 from l-'rosperit,y li
Greenville an.id it, wouldI require only:
an hour's extra itun t.o ex t,ndl the ser
vice to Columbia, thereby greatly ini
creasing the trailie andi at the saum
ti me conferring an incalculable bless
ing on the traveling public.
Surely if such a trai n paid expenses
when run without, a mail agent. ame
carrying on through travel, it ought, t,<
be very protitab)le wit,h both these feat
The towns along t,he rot.te now hav'
someth ing deliiite to work on, and if t.n
opportunity Is ut;iized and pressed( thi
extra train might be secured. Tiu
benellt,s are so numerwous amndi valunabb
that, It merits an earnest, trial anyi~ way
and l'd itor Autll is doi ng good scmrvie.
in trying 1,) prlomlote it,asuccess.
A prointent travel irg man Haid yes
terdaiy t,hiat all coil' nieial traLveler
had appreciat ed tiho tratn run11 fronm
P*rosperity. it had been a great, coni
v'enience to t,hemn. and they woulId st.ii
miore appreciat.e a service Ihat wooub
cover' the en t, ro roadl. 1'This senot,
ment wasL echoed b)y a aumbier
"K1nights of the (Grip,"' now in thee*il.)
-The State, 2Ith.
At 85c per Bale fo
Bales weighing ove
425 lbs. Bales of les:
weight at rate 20 cent:
per hundred pounds a
NEWBERRY OIL MILl
by L. W. Floyd, Prea
G rand U ni ted O rder of Odd Ild Ilow
ScoloredO, St. IALorIs, Mo . Ocetoerm I I
I"areo for rorndl t,rij, *2:.50. TJickIets
sale O ctobe - 4, limit,ed to 13:,.
[Kenttieky Tlrott,inlg I horse I h'eedec
Association, Lexington, K(y., Oc-toh
4 I1I. - l"are for round trip $14.910. ie
eta sold October i--5 limited to i?tb.
A nntua Con vent,lon Ch rist,ian Ch in
(Di)sciples of Clhrist, and A uxiliary Cc
h13- 21. Ticket,s on Hale Octobmer 10 (
SIhnited to 24th.
Through secrvice has heen) estt,l ish
-over the I 'lant System between I "
-Tampa, Key West and flavana, ( iah
, Tihe Southern connects with this s;
y Goods, Clothing and
? wator, at,.5e It) 1.' -eneh.
loves, d itiItged by n ite r, it t, to 2t - a it r.
lit(] and v.lk %lo e lw Y line 5o..-t to Ilot apr
Ofk'igs fancy o81 '04 l:-W, i t 014 gol ils al t
41rg1i 1s ill 8 :1 I IIll( 111 II )111i 1.
I Ito I aI1< \\Vt . I )( :I
(Od froill :a b:llikli1l. 11m ilu1l1|;w(t)
Wat.-01, 5_w hi 21w at pair, at-vm-dinig to dahun
1,aevs, 'V'Ore I'lit i t a 1 41 hn11dr
4 (' lln tlity 14. :4- ai yaurd. stirs11114.
)(WsI T. helower tOIhave c-r bN Wl''
I] o n ca herwe-ftw l it) vvi-rybody 1np1ar.
ark T, the low. M possile priae W , :1
-Wira -inc : wt wal all c tn trad
-s whO wouldn't, hll !al'slivid t) Imly at "ibd
alt*dcl.i b al n)e bov se s, as
ato.u.Nnd's froiln unt deil te Is of (4-1
GIN NING !
The caroia w'rg Comnpany,
Will gin all cotton a-t
85c.per bale above 4215
Pounds, and-IC under thie L
amount at 2Octs., per
hundred. We cha
lenge comparison I
sample with that of ar
other ginnery in th.
county. Clean sek.'
and a good turno i
M. A. Carlisle, Pru.
Jno. W. Taylor, Supt.
DO YOU LIKE GOOD Carf IE?
Ifr so, buy'N the( "I"lio Blition
brand. This i-; fin '-ex ellt.1 )14t,
of M luaad iJava, find will go t%wie
as4 farl aN (1b0oap co011*41.
If you will only t ry this brand yoi
will quit, uisinig chivip 11n14lltoor' C(IIf'v
tit it you will 11h1. h11t h 'uliliy nIm
Onomy113. Sol byf
S. B. JONIS, Solo Agent.
HULLS AND MEAL
15 cents per hundrec
for Hulls. 90 cents pel
hundred for meal.
Newberry Oil Mill,
by L. W, Floyd, Pros
On Ea.sy Terms
Why not own you
own home when yot
can buy one as easily
as you pay rent?
For particulars appl:
to M. L. Spearman.
Z. F. Wright.
Beautiful and Eleeant in al
r That Goes to Please in
r EVERY RESPECT.
3 you4i toi seP t i line wh0ichi intlein
AllI t.he niewie. and)4 sty lih t ing
I lin I a li s, I 'retpon:)., I h-i -l t.hs, t
Full Line of Trimming
iome itami look~ at It ese Ni w ( un
-h wol w ill lbt lpla t o show you ii .,v ItII
"Mower Sells the Besi"
Id in I)ress (oitw1 as in every
C.&.hn lS. Mowteir Cn
(RUPTI1 AND Fl
Shoes at prices heretof
10 pl."of Mln's. 'adlivs',tall ('hild(flet
pi yrils of filnehblack aild fittiy silh
Illings, 1111t. goois, at, prives I(
:4i.l .uu-ils of blavk. Wh ite, volovedl at
tlpntil\ at. Io imil 1-ho :?71v tinality
j15100 yardis white ai voloved 'llbroidl
abhoit, 2. oil t.he olOih -.
vui4ll and (.illtilil; BIl'k aild
ml ( ( IOi i l l 018' ( *1,, (oys :1c.
,Is of otler makes, at. less 1.haln hlf priv
:1) ri lnants blatek Silk I,m
revil inl -outh ('arolina att aniy saiv. \Ve I
:ll1eleil balr aill s a111il att 1.1 sainle tiit. m11
I soll liteml .1, we Iluosl. respl.t11ully, bu1t,
0W' ( a honestly Inl iololibly ae, hll
dollar fw.5. (They wooild want, you 11
mi 110idhl. as Well Ixy to qgvt. an oh-phittL 1,(
her will hie livn In!e la a i ,' ;a rh1 n 11lI
Strictly One Price Cash
BOOKS AT HALF PRICE!
VI' N l 17Y, SE-'IM, AN 1) I''N
vinli ll It kitl s of Biooks. fin'
Inishing-o new ' books aIII puiblishi'r
privos wholn we havoen't. I-hel set-old
11141 1 u \.1. 'iMi1. (ash pi I foi,
all kimis. Seihil O I -, I 1aw i -k :
Spe4-ially. The1 ar4 s anll mosI, c0IIm
itIt.e st<o-k of books inl Itho I t South
l'romp atten . ..1voen all ordol's.
Send lisls (if Ihosv you havy' 11 bipal
an11 (1 .-evtI ou ll ) a 1 4l - s.
,-aI .is faitIin guar .! a t I -c.. or nlo pakY
W rilto :11 ollvv to
MN. \M. SAlIIII .
i h- h,N. ('.
To raise supplies fo
Town purposes fov
the fiscal year ending
December 31st, 1898
B -I' IT (MMilAINI-Al) 11Y 'TIlIl1
IN itav1r 11114 .\hhe- wn-1 (if thiv Towl
(of Ndwherry, S. '., in ('onneIl it
so1IlIlr . :11141 hI Iil. ano1 lbuiwit.Y of tb
St:"iN 1. Th 1. takX of "1iXI-y VVInt
onl ea1h eh14 h111141ie dollar., wort'l. o
reaiIll-I-SimI propert.y. (1,xviept. 1,1h
(ri-r- f Cll-Cweh4S ILu11 inlStit.nlt-ionl
-a larnin1gi 1 is 1h l 1-etby veviel an<Ild s aIitI
III p l n11 to 1 the rI'vealsilry of -a idi 'ow)\
Sr-:.-. 2. TInl lthe taxvs lh vin Ilelvi
I I, utlu- I inteil 'lork andl Tr,
M1411 of "aidi Town), ini ILawfll Iionevy (I
11h1 lnie stales, froml 151.h diay I.
t)ih'Iiohrth.I30th day of Novembei
I y for( n ra l' - se ..6 i il
I n- Ihm e 1 lolst am11141s ...............I milI
\\'at.erworkls :1144 k1h-e.ri14 I8...: 01il
I io m1444 alled1 undlier t' eilIorporat
sea:l of ,'aid4 Tmyon 41t8 hi,l 2.h 44
I1. III. I-I 44N 4
( \ A lttIV.\IN, (' T. T. (. N.
TR ESPARS NOTIGE.
ft.t' Il'Ist)NSI 1 A l4 l-: 1 11 '1+4'4'8-:11
.t48~ l fo hh hn hit, l ish8''41 1 44 14 i or i.r sp :
441t. (of li.he law.
N'4T)'l'I IS llii VI~IV (IlV
4111 hat. i Ih l4i4oks of I t4)gist I'at )in (4
1,11thTown4 of N"ewherry'I. 8. ( '.,:1'' 4re4n
visor olf liegist -ation1 f(4.- sid 144w
will kIep'aid books1 1 op41( i'~~ 4every 4da
('. \. I1< >\VNAAN,
J N (!<> MI' ,1 A N( 'l' \V lITl IA I,.\
I passed~ 1at lihe 8litting~. of 4the las4. ( s
necessar:1Iy hool<is for' ie uIs' of1 II
i i nmil at. 14ible' I i iik Store414, a1t11l wt
* THE LIE J LAW MUST CC
LOW PIl UOWON WILL FOLLOY%
SM ITH'S STOR]
VIn ' 1will i :le 'It. )e imI r d 'ent
e ll u. I sel t.a ver shor. pr
I oe id 1.ry8 m( on a~ii ( n )le4 rb
1 1 . I''1'. A 4. ith4' w illb a tIi'4 1t , o :'
-. e fruiem4iaI ll v. I4aw11on4 li'bb It
UI J. T111 .1K)boITH.
ore unknown in So. Ca.
's Shoe Iat from0111 15C to 65C.
M for shit-ti.w ist's, dressi"s and dress trim
I fanwy I'aes of every desvvip Itionl--the 1.5ic
- at. 7e'.
cry tt1l a over-t,rimmninI litt le to 7 .c, or
Colored Cass-ineres; Henrietta
1 ChilMren at abolut. hailf w t
)ods J,1. qt)mel1ul ilat les,, than
-v a1lmost, givmll away
aid omy rwd onl ohw ioliti or ottimI New.
ko at fair prolit.
lirmly] , r pI-cIIISI. o" t.ho row clnstomei-1s W1 o
w i th the vv'ry -stlml! profth, \%V %%0h \
Itake 25(- frt' it. "its it ws aL ime'i d.") If
( IL sth-pt.le its to li.' II ,, ds Inl Nm% -
I.as a presel..
House in Newberry.
LLg J r-: E =
w oo o nI
L~AJ 2 cri 0 PI P
WC n-i''',Ili t''Ct1
C2 cO 0 g
c:110 LM 1i\it1(18
tfm -'- M
OD C2( -
Now God C
Lil.,l h-- i ii
( 414111 itl ii',V uil t i
l)uitris oods, Ni l u'ks, ~ . (
At'lSnnel 'ntzo ''hn.
thes :u( i' o i):1ns, 2O'Ie
('olr and COptiian
( uO IN(i ANDkw Onr SL
~ ~ Ysiijr everyl w4I(ulyt hilt,rs
weit ask; for' them rin Newberry.It p lit