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M iddiling -----*-'''''''"'''"'""""".... ....4.. cl .
asnackes* Arniea Halve.
rite )oat salve in the world for Cuhitm
Brutmes,. Sores, Tleers, Halt Rhetai
Voevor Horen, Totter, C'ha)pped Hand(I
(,hilbltis, Corims, atid all Skiii Erptip
tim i, and positively cures Ililem, or m
,oay required. It is guaraiteed to gIv
perfeolc matisfactlon or nioney refliuted4
Prie 25 cenlts per box. For saito bi
Robortismi & Gilder and W. M . Pelhai
10 live palrtridges. 6 rots ai .
liens, for which I will pay well.
Mly house anid lot onl Cal holil st,reet,
Opposite I 'resby terianLI churlch. Tvrnw
easy. Gm.o. It. Cnom>i.
Ore Domestic S%ving Mochiiie. A p
plly it Herald ar-l News ollice for terins
and prive. t&-f4-1,
Never before in om- u)lsineSS CaLI'eP
in Newberry have we 1bel n able tooll'.er
to the pliblic as mnan1y harlgitinls as we
are lOW showiig at Plyi's Cash Store2t
CoInIasilauolnern of Elect ion.
We published a short tie ago froml)
the Columbia papers the coii iwsionerjs
of electfon for Newherry County. Th1I1er
Seems to hIave beeln a im istake in the
article puiblished. 'I'he coIlm issiolners
as appointed by (1ov. iilerhe as we till
derstand it are:
Peder-al-Ml. Hf. Atill, J. W. 1). .Johni
son, D). A. Thom1las.
State-1. II. 11111it, 1". V. Capers, ("vo.
These gentlemen are reqiuestedil to
ieet at 'T'lie H etald and News office oil
Saturday of this week at II o'ciock.
More t.han tWeltyI million rlce sam
pies of DeWitt's Witch Hlazel Salve
have been distriblt.ied by tile miatnufc
turers. what bettor proof or theii
contidence in it's llerits do yol wait,?
It, eures piles, blllns, scalds, sors, ill
the shortest space of time. \V. K-. 'ci
We advertise to indlie the public lo
tra.le with u1s. If we 04MI1- or deceive
themi, we are decceiving ourselves, for
they level tpadle Witit s at,ain. Ve
have the only strictly one priCe house in
Newberry-with mne price to tl at,
INFliynni's Cash Store. t2t,
Lookl A mt.ick i, ietito
Saves nlinle. I1ughes' Tonic (new lli
proved, taste pI -isant) taken in early
Spring and Pall 1 'wlts CiUills, Doln
gue and Mailarial [evers. Aets on the
liver., tones p1) the syst.el. Better I1hlanl
quillin. (Guaranteed, try it. At,
druggists. 50c. aIId $1.00 bottles. ,6m1
Meting of Counly ComnIalonori.
Tle regular meeting of t.he County
Coimmisslioners was held yesterday. In
addition to the regular rout.inn of ap
proving and paying claills, the clee
tion of a keeper for the count,y ioime
and a plip-4cian to the jaill and col ty
home was had.
There were a number of applieait,s
for keeper of the home, but, NI . .uno. A.
Suber wvas the lucky man.
Dr. P. G. i'lsor wats re-elected ph11y
sician to the home11 and1 jail.
T1he Supervisor waIs Inlstrulcted to
puirchiase a paLir of blood hioun ds.
One Minte Coighi .l-we suripr'ise's
people1 by Its quick cures aLnd ch1ild ren
miay tatke it In large <iutatt,ies without
the least, danger. it has won for itIself
the best repult,at.ioni of any13 preTparat.ion
usedl today for colds, eroup, t.iekling in
the throat 0or obistinate coughs. \V. l'.
W 'e open on October 4t.hi an m imenise
stock of D)ry Goods, includ ing novelties
In II ne Black anld Colored Ih-ress goodts
Outings, Suitings, J"lan nels, red and11
ligs-all (quial ities, (!assimteres, Satins,
Tick<, Ladie ls' and14 Children 's' Uion141
Suits, MIen's t Inder-weari,Shloes,8Ili ppers,
menfl's and1( fl?ys' Cl3ot,hingli. Th'iese goodlts
bei1ng hought,. for cash, at forced sales,
are mne Illelo 1w the r~ egu lar lwrice , at
iFiynn's Cash Store. Lt.t
40 years' success in the Sout,bi, proves
H ughes' Tion ic at great, remledly 'tor
Chills and( all M Nalarial l"evers, etter
than QuinI ine. Guiaant.eed , t,ry it.. At
Druggist,s. 50c. andIl $1.00) bott.les. t.6mol(
(G1rand Ui dted O rder' of Oh.l l'el lows,
color'ed, St.. l,oniis, NI o, Oc)t,oher I-1t.
Fare for r'oundi L,ip *231.50. Tlicket,s onl
sale October I -4, limit.ed t.lo :lt,..
vdjJmtucky T1rott.inlg Iilorse lir)lers
m"-.n gmitoii Ky. )Odolier
A ssolt N' '' P41 cound t,lrip $14.90. Tielk
A 1s chg'ai (tes f0d5.h11it .41 1.4) 17tb.
ets sold Octobier l-- /,941isi'.an31 'hreli
A nnual Convent,inl G. . *Il iary ( 'on
(DiscIples of Chi st. and( A?. pot '-O)ct-oer
ventlins), Ch~a.t,aniooga, Tent n.,' hor1eU- I 7'
13-21. Tlickets onl saLie O ctob)er
ilmit,ed to 24th.
TIhrough .service has been estaLlhlt'a
over' the 1 'lant, Syst-em het,ween l 'ort.
Tampa, K(ey West, and14 IHvana, Cuba.
The Southern connec04ts with t,h is sysS
Occasion 1l'rotestanlit I')lcpiscopal chiuirch
Con venition, WashIngton, I). (I., Oct-o
ber1 5-28, and14 Woman's AulxiliaryI' of
MissIonaries, Washiingtoni, ( )t-, (1 15
Fai'e for' I'ound1 trip) on1 irst-cla.ss fare
one way. Tickets onl sale Oct,. 3, 4 and1(
5, lmited t.o 30thi.
KnIghts TempilarLl Trienniili Conelave,
I 'it.tshturg, Il'a., ( )t.. II II. O) li al4
for t,he1 round14 tipl. Ticket,s 4)n salie
Oct,. 8, 9) andC 10, 11iite)d t.1 18th.
FCd ward (Cili, t,ht iant echildi of
MIr. and1 MIrs. J1. Thomas NI ayes, aged
one( yealr, died( Onl Sundaiy mornin g atf ter
anl illness of one0 week. Intermnent was
hd in Itosemonit Sunday aft,ernooin it
had.l pas.t, IIvt) o'clOCk.
The young) and( t,hit old diI(. It
bardu to g i ve' u p t.he lit.t,le 1lambs1 bu t, H i
who4 doethi all things wvell knows best
ry.NtEl sEV\'IR \ . 'fTRUS'TWORT'tl
vyt,r4ouI in this HIate It) maggnngl( 41n
-t e g a ,g I e i r "'' a nil( n egi t i y c o u n I lel l
MitI ril." M I a yearj a.ndl ex ne
N.rt,,dy 1 (tra' I ,te n tmor. nAlo)4 ne, fabr
, I ttI , 1 .g'CI44p, itrbert. E ties
VARIOUS ANID ALL. ARO4)UT.
Mr. John Henry ulappull hafts abou.
25 nIce pigs for salo.
Mr. 'd. It. 111pp went to I exingtol
yesterlday to attend court.
M r. II. C. iar-d in l Mr. (, C. 1)avil l
have gole to IIenldersonville, N. C.
See IOti('c of sale of )eOSOLI prorl'
Ly by execeNtors a, I )ead all on l9t.h.
hitr. A. P. Collints hals moved into ,t
house lately vacated by Mrv. J. W. ("op)
ir. \V. 1). Williams says he caughi
at tirt,Ie in) 1ish rive oni Saturl-day that
w(-igelil 21 poids.
The has been anl ailance of h-.
gatbered ,lh is year, hlt, tlhere lmiig It
have b1(wn much10 mlorv.
Mlr. Amos Wells ipened tile Ifelena
Ifigh -whool Mlonday llorning at 8.:10.
Ilie Ilms about.:10 -wholars.
Mr. ld NiIttle and AIi. Iiarry I)omi
niiek left yesterday for thie citael
A (cademiy inl Chaizrletoni.
Ve have II artiele from Capt. ulanks
)nt the (.ill of P'resideit Wilbornle
which we will print Priday.
Ir. II. C. lllitelr will move into ir.
A. '. Jones' house oil tile corner of
(adwell ( an ldHoildary Streets.
'Ie'rTe Were. abOu1t. -100 Hales of cotton
solid at Newbherry on Sat,urday-and not
at Subserib(er 11CeIIlbered the editor.
Col. Geo. Johnstone,' of the firm of
.Jlohnstone & \Velch, went over to Lex
.ingtonl yesterday on professional busi
Allr. It. T. Ilishop, who has aL Situation
with .1. 1'. Ladshaw in the grocery
hjsinless at Coluimbia, came ul) Sunday
onl at 1.ying, visit..
NIit. C. W. luford caughtand stopped
a rtnaway teai yesterday just, in time
to p'vent whiat might have been ai
Tlle Conci should have the chatinel
in Stot's creekc openled. It is growing
full of grrass and weeds below the bridge
Itt, the power house.
''he willd o Slilday gave only a
slighti. ilitilliation of the terrible storm
that prevailed oil the coast. SaVanlliall
is again stormit swept.
Mr. .11liall Kilinard left yesterday for
Augusta, where he will accept a posi
tioll inl connection with the telegraph
mr rair I oad busi ness.
NII's. E. C. NieNeil and children, who
have beenl on a vis81it to her paren ts, Mr.
Iatd Nirs. .1. II. M. Hinard, left yester
day for their iome ill Augusta.
YeQsterda.' was saleday in Ctoher
but, it was is (lniet, as an1y other. ordi
iary day. 'Thev we-C no S0aes by the
ollicers of court and veey few people in
I'hle e il,y.
Some iind of insect is sawing otf the
limis of the trees inl Coppock's grove
just the same as you would take your
l'fe and ,-uIt armund and then break
oly the Uinl.
Maj. R0. I. Aull, editor of the New
berry Hlerald and News, is spoken of as
a candidat,e for Clerk of the next House
of lceprseitat,ives. lb.o. Aull is cap
able and ellicient,, and a1 llett,er mn I for
the pIlatce wou331lde harid t.o Iind.-Sum33
NIir. 1b. M. Speers hats opened his
mai~rble y'ard( on the corinir n3ext to3 The
IIeahlt and1( News (3lice and1( is ready t.o
ser've y'ou if y'ou wiant, anynt.hinig in his
1line. lie has e'xper3ince and1( will give
you3 irust-class work an d alt picies that
The vote at, Central was. as0 pulblished
in l"riday3's paper. A t MIatyhint.on I'vans
reQceiv1ed I i vot's and3( iihler nonie. Th is
malikes l'vans' ml0jaority 97 votes, and1(
the I ot.al vott.e in t.e.m t,d pr'imar03y
I1I55', a litt. more'i than one-half' of the
D .n(emoratie 4vol.43.
NIrI. .1. lb. Hey'3war3d, oif A ugulsta, (Ga..
LtaveIlng paIissenlgEn ai geant, of t.he Sout.h
ern Itailwvay, wits in Newberriy last
week atnd gave us a plealsat, cal I. NIra.
1leyward.'( is a nlewi man1 in1 this terrait,ory,
lbut by3 hiis pIlasin and113( court.cous bear'
Iing will soon3 have many313 frienids.
Tlhe Mr'. Sit,hl mienitioned as5 being
Smi i.h. Ills son came14. up5 home Sat,uri
day, but, its (Unpt.. Smilt,h Iivyes on the
I i'oadlI yiea' seet,ion he~ left (3n t he
Spar't.anhaurg t.rain3 for' C~oluimbia at. at,
the time his son ar'rived in1 Newberriy.
Tihe fall I ession1 of the college beganl
ye'sterdah1y. NMonday~ and3( Tuesday wvill
lie (leenp5ied in the examiiination and1(
elassi ienation of old( anda niew student.s.
The op'inag proper wvill take pl!atce toi
morro3'w wh13ena the palstor's ofl 1.h3e ei t.y
3and4 severial ot,her gent,tlemien iyill be in-'
v'it.ed to speak a few wordts to the si.n
dent s. A lready a good mianiy new stu
lent.s ha 3ve aLirrved.
How to Loo~ck 4ioud.
(Good looks ore r'eal ly more thIan skc in
-ep'1, depenwting en311rely 4on a healthy1
(l- Itio 1o,3f alhl the v'italh orgatns. If thei
ri'3 Is iinntti ve, you1 have a billom13
livet if your I t1mneh111 114 disor1dere4d,
'.03k; - e a dyspepie I look; If your kid
you hat '.*Eeteid, you have a1 p)Iinhe
nieys aire e - 3-331 helth, antd you1 wil
lookol. SetenrI' d looks. "'ICleetrle flit
sureoly h-ive go \ lteratiive and1( TIoniec
Act3) s itlylO 3on Ht blo('I eure p(Im 1
kidneys'~'I, puilale s I thI.-eadgie
p3ies, blot chtes and34 hon1 - btie guarOl
1gooduil complxittn.oCvr"u & (GIlder'
DO0 YOU L1KE ROO0 00FFEE?\
If so, buly the "Blano Ribb1o:
bralnd. Th'iis an l oxellet brani
of MNoenand1( IJaIva, and( will go twie
a1s faIr as cheap coffee.
If you will only try this branid yo
wvill quit. using cheafp'andlc poor cofiTo
-' In it. you will 11ind bothi quality ar
.: oconiomy. Sold by
S. B. JONES. Solo Agent.
TI M CONVENTION AT tHENWOOl).
About FIfY Deleofgates, lepresomating thge
Towns FrU4, Columbia to AUderson,
Petithinl for Increasedi railln
Newber-ry sent a good delegation to
the meeting at Greenwood on Friday
night to see what could be done to se
lure the mor-ning train on the South
eri fromil Columbia to Greenville in
stead of fr1omu1 Ps08perity.
Owing to 801110 little misunderstand
Ing as to the call, there were not as
111any delegates present as possibly
would have been. However, we had
about sixty to seventy-five delegates
P'ron Newberry we had 11. H. Evans,
It. 11. Welch, C. L. Blease, I. H. Hunt,
T. 1E. 11pting, 1). L. Copeland, J. E.
Noi wood, M. L. Spearman, E. 11. Aull.
F'ron Chappells, Geo. T. Reid; and
from Prosperity, K. Baker; and from
Ninety-Six, E. M. Lipscomb and J. P.
Philips. We have not a list of the
Our party reached Greenwood at
noon and secured rooms at the elegant
new hotel, "rihe Oregon." We had
the entire afternoon to meet friends in
Greenwood and take in tile town. The
Greenwood people did not know the
meeting was to oe held until the arri
val of the Newberry delegates, but
Col. D. A. P. Jordon, Mayor DuPree,
Maj. Hartzog, Mr. Hayes and several
other gentlemen, prominent among
them, Mr. McGee of the Index, soon
made themselves at home with our
delegates and arrangements were
made for the meeting at the hotel that
Delegates from Anderson, Abbeville
and the other towns above came in on
the night train. I he meeting was held
oil tile arrival of tile trailn.
The following report of the meeting
is taken from the Columbia State:
Greenwood, Ot,. I --A large and on
tiusiast.le mjeeting wvas held here last
iligit, at the Oregon hotel ill regard to
tile takinlg of st.eps toward asking the
raillroadi aut,horities to runlj tile morn
ing train from Columbia rather than
Prosperity to Greenville. About 60
men representing nearly all the towns
along the C. & G. line were here and
were unanimous in their desire to have
the train service extended.
Mr. E. 11. Aill, of Newberry, was
elected e'lailrman and Mr. C. C. Lang
ston secretary of tile assembly.
Resolutions were offered and adopted
to petit,ion the railroad authorities to
extend tile run of tile extra train and
to petition tile postoflce department to
put, on a mail service.
lJpon mnotioi, a committee was ap
poillted to report within ten days to
Chairman Atll, who, if lie thinks best,
will call another conference to meet at
Greenwood and take further steps to
ward at,taining the desired end.
The following committeemen were
E. H1. Aull, chairman; H. H. Evans,
R. 11. Welch, M1. L. Spearman, New
A. G. Wise, Prosperity.
N. G. Gonzales, J. Q. Marshall, 13. A.
J1. T1. Parks, P. iB. Speed, R. It.
H emph iii, Abbevi lie.
I). (I. DuPree, D). A. P. Jordan, E. C.
1t. S. Nickies, Ninety-Six.
G. E. Moore, HIonea~ Pat,h.
C. V. M altin, Donalds.
G. W. Sullivan, P'elzer.
J1. W. W idemnan, Duie West,.
A. S. Powell, Piedmont.
0. HI. Mahionl, Williamst,on.
R. A. Lewis, B3elt.on.
J1. 1). Moore, Hodges.
Geo. T1. Held, Chappells.
A. 11. Coleman, New Market.
J1. IH. Morgan, Greenville.
CJhas. McAliste, (Greenvilie.
C. C. Langston, Anderson.
Th'1is commlIittee is to Inlvestigate mat
ter's and( see what can be done.
ThIe thlanks of tile Newberry dele
gat.es are duec Mr'. Welles of tile South
ern~ for holding the tr'ainl for us at
Greenwood until 10 o'clock, so that we
could1( hold tihe meeting andt come11 on
home tile same night.
We hope) some1 good may come of tile
meeting and tbat tile tr'ain will be
given a tr'ial, and then if it ia found it
dloes Bnot paIy it. canI ble taken off.
Trut.i~h wvears well. i'cople have
iearned thlat, DeWitt's Little Early
Risers are reliable little pills for regu~
lating tile bowvels, eur'ing const,ipation
and1( sick heCadalche(. T1hiey don't, gripe.
WV. 1K. Pelham111.
l.ectu,re onl Istory.
Mr. ,Jno. A. Chapman, Newberry's
hlist.orianl, wvill dellver' a lecture' at t,he
opera 11ou15 on Thullrsday nlight Onl
"'Hist.ory and it,s lessons." A n admnis
sbIll fee of 25 cents for' reservedl seats
will be charged. D)res. ucle 15 cen)ts
andi gallery I10 cents. Mr. Chapman
has1 been a life-loBng studenClt of hlistory3
and1 has1 written much himself. Tiher'
should he a large attendance at, the
lect.ur'e. Th'ie peleeC Is only nominal and
Iyou will he Instrulcted and entertained,
lReserved seats Onl sale at, Ed. G3eholtz'S
I Why will you bhitter nlauseat,inj
TONIC is as plleasaInt, as LIfmon Syrup
Your druggist is aulthorizAed to refuni
Sthe money03 ini every3 case where it fall
~ o cuBe. P rice, 50 cen'ts.
and Woods Ever
'gree Lawn Grass See<
Sfor sale cheap at
Robertson & Gilder's
. . . LYNN's
$11,327.50 of Fine Dry
56 Pans, worth 75c to $1.50, datmged by
:l60 )prs of Lafdies' and Children's Kid Wh
245 prs Ladies' and M isses' LysIO thread
825 prs Ladics' and Misses' English Stoe'
5C to 15'; 11er pair. One piir outw
238 1Ine Worstd Dress I'atte -ns, somie ol
the price of good Hoinespuns.
You never sw such ii
and Flannel Suiting; Jeans;
it cost to make up, just receive
3510 pairs Kid Gloves damiaged by V
1860 yards black and colored Silk 1
4000 yards Yard-Wide Sea Island
We guarantee the prices of all got
York cost for these goods an
I. S. -As all our goods are mat
always try to "jew" us down to (1o t"e;r
cannot uford to waste timu, on custo -ners
you have any looking around to (o, pli
h'erry at tho prices they are selling at
To every person who trades $1.00 v
Bachn11n Chapel and Uniton Acueny Uilpm
Mr. Tlhos. W. 1ellers is conltined to
his room with rheumatism.
Messrs. S. A. likard and It. N. Toy
lor spent last Satueday night at New
Mrs. W. -W. Kinard is recovering
from a severe attack of fever.
Master George (allnan will start to
college today. le will enter the pre
paratory class. Ni r. ). A. Quattle
baum also st,arts today. lie will linisl
up his graduating class this session.
Mr. Clinton Kinard has about recov
ered from a at.tack of fever.
Mrs. H. R. Epps visited her sister,
Mrs. Abram Eiulow, of the Stoney Bat.
tery section, last Sunday.
Old man Chips is not in imuch fix forl
writing at this time. Our mitndm is so
stagnated over 4e. cotton unt,il it's IL
hard matter to get it together.
Messrs. E. .'. and I. (. l4ellers have
moved to Newberry and opened uip a
grocery and confectionery store. Thiey
are good, honest, straight.forward boys,
and deserve the patronage of tle jpO
We learn that Mr. M. C. Noore las
had a slight attack of fever, but is now
Thanks to Col. 'I'lios. W. 1Holloway
for sending i's a premniun list of the
State Agricultural and hic-elanical So
ciety which meets in Colulibia from
the 14th to the 18th of November. Sec
retary Holloway spares no time to
make the fair a success. Notwithstand
lig the hard times, the .colle should
go to the fair' and become more~ int.er
ested in the agrIcultural interests of
their State. There you catch up witht
all the latest improveet,is. 1'ossibly
we will have somnething morel' to say~
about, the fair' later.
Young Mr. Noland IIyps accompta
nied his grandma, Mris. Epps, on lher
visit, t,o t,he St,oney [H ills last Sunday.
A man whoi is not, in ter-ested in his
own work is worse than no man at all.
We were very mtucht interested in the
election oIf Hon. HI. H. ICvans, not, sim
ply because it was a piece of our wvork
to nominate him aind persuade h im1 to
become a candidat,e for'the L egisla
ture, but also because we knew Im 1 t.O
be one of Newberry's boys who is as
fuill of "'git up and git., push51 and putll"'
as can be start,ed, andl tle imlprove
ments in the cit,y of Newherr-y sinice
his administration as mayor is plain
evidence of wvhat we say. TIhe peoplle
of Newberry Coulnty will never regret,
the day when they votedI to sendl It r
bert H. ICvans to the Legislaturec, and(
whiethet' or not Chlips has ot, a tigur-e
in this elect,ion mlakes no0 dIi Yerenice.
We are not in the habit of cape'rinlg
around and try ig to eu t. tigures as soe
would try to have it saidl. With all due1
regard. to MIr. Kibler and the rest, of
the candidates, we feel proudt to know
that our old fiend HIub rides the gr-ay
Last rTuesday night was t,he windling
upI shower of the pimiesl( for at, least
a while. 'We took tip our- box wit,h t.he
retur'ns, as wve were alnx ions to hearii t.he
result of tho election. Th'Ie nigh t, waIs
a lovely one, thle moon01 shting almost,
as brighIt as day. Th'le telmpier-aturei
was julst, about at the right,pitchl t.) fe-el
As we were wielding ourii way t,hrouIgh
t,own we recei ved several In vi tations to
wit.ness a (lance whlicht was gi ven in t.he
Artmory H-all over M. Ila. SpearmnllL
store. We accepted, and( wit.h ouri
friend Mayot' Ivans and 'ot1.hers 'SwI
made our way t,o the hall. Thle ThomaIill
Symphony Or-chest,ra St.-ing I tand of
(Coilmbia hlad leeen emIIployed by those
who participat.ed in thle dlance to1 fill
n ish thle muItsic. The mu,isie wasto alto
gether- delight.ful. This is a colee
str'ing band and they play to p4erfde
It was niot long before tile 11al1 wal
tilled with the following ladies amn
gentlemen of the eit.y: MIiss-s NIam1
Langford, Mabel C'ash. Louiveia1 tll
er-tson, V'innie Wilsoni, (Grace Clarki
. Lucy McC( anlgbinii, Nannile MIcC auigh
in, Myr-tie Schtumpett, Myr-tle lI rown
I ula Jones, Nev iIle l'oe, MIary Nanle
["alt-, Lou11isa Moses, Fall~Nny Me(tagi
rinI, [Lou1ise itobler tson, Anni0 e Hiarr
soil, ili an MIassey,. Ethyl Fi-agh
i Mami tant lIhl Ilaoi- I"lhwene
r Goods, Clothing and S
wvater, au.5v L.o Fw ech
Wes, duitaged by waevr, at c to 204. a pr.
wil Sni it ( Nio -cvry link., ')I- to lh-a pr.
kingsc, fancy coo- 27e 14) b4.4e goods,18 at.
tre(!%iv pal- IIir, (or Wok black Mtokim.
the finlest. gomis, '. W i litt.le Illwre I11an
1gail 1 ill i s ii ( 11 111,8i )I
Rto<I and Wh IIi te olF 'humIeII, auIIn
( Ifr il b i ri I 'it It. i 1i t-t i reI
atet, re to) 25v a pair, aveording to dang
ane4'e. 'P 1i'oche Ya11.len ienes, 211 an h ii reth4I '4(
the -c g l3lit.y a. ya a y:n d. St unners.
(1S to b lower 1,11ll hlavv vI.I. fve(r b 1 lr
d ennl thert- m-ewe . I-ot lerybody 11n1paral 11
I-ked at. t.hle l41wvtst plissill price wl. val i
Lradi eit, v1sewhtII: we waiall -11 t , trI'alile \1
who wouldn't. Ihi satisti'4 1tb y at 21 h
SO do it lf l c.4 ile III Se, Its, as y u
. L''lynil's friml 11 w tiitil the Ist tof ( h-11he
Irown:Mr .r. a l NI IS. '. A. S411111ipet.t
1)r. and irs 'eli'etson: Nl4ss1'.
11. 1I. N''vals. M1. 1,. Sp11ar-11.1n, Z. V-.
W right, .1. C' \\'ilonl, 11-. . l . H l l
wi c . II .. l4e . .h21 Ii s I IIwik,
EMd. IHuss, I, \\. .lIoe', 14. (;. Spe'u
, \ . ('. ' ' , ) ro . . liu 4 , I .
IIlNor IA . 1liie1, 1,. c'ashI.<>
COpelu li P-'. 11. D I41inli i, Il
Tyes, l f nth o ' % .v.11. 1 I. 1' (kI .
iost, grace-fiul w w1 l as la'tcful s1t1 . s
They wert t ntlly lpcm a fhit-l
t.y, but, real livallt.y itself'. 'T'li 4ir conn
tenanlisvwreliw:itin wil.h1 l41ving"
kind(ness. 'h ir favos wor, ra4lianl,
wit.h Sllevs aund mrriment. 'I'hi-se
Were ther inent ives that. stI.m it.ed e4'
ga ll t.'ry )f till. yo nI l tl its n1))
blest,Ipurpose. 'I'hivy all i liti m ) t
.ie oen io tu111111 reI.spev-t.fillt 111citnt il t4)
the l ivs. (eI
''here was nt) 4114 ti mh wist-ilmiention
( plomlienidinl.g as is uisuially Illa11.i4-441
inl tbw counIItry. 'lh a swi-reI all
rolind (tichin o, whicb marlwd1 1 t.ili.
wit.h1 L.he InII.siv.
If I 111v. failv 14 IlIlliol anypill-'s
1w111) wIhmo %ws prcSt'lli. Iunong Il- h vily |
visit.mrs. it, is 11)1. bly anly m1ea1ll,s 414114 ill
If til 81at.0 We4e 1 hie4h1! a 4-01litst.
for t.he bt-st, ing adies Newthiery,ldv
wol] ctertainly will th pri/.v \e e'll
jolyed W.h (weasion very tmceh, muid we
itsp)cillY 11i lik mir frivinds (of New
herr' or .he courtesy Ithey Iw.aIyS
Show lis w1h in wo :n-, ill their Illidt..
to Greenv44. ille aga4lin. 'Ill 's.
Octoe (4 C'3, 1898M.
Anai. '')II4 h. I )upi ing Druggis4
rt. I -t d o r , are "few ! (i2()1t e 11 I dlan
erilkt1n.11!1 &Chil'r vn d W. 1i . 1 'eLlam.
who14 1.par1 e n1o pa1 Ins to 1'eenre '4 the
b4est,1 ofi every1'.t.inlg illn the'ir lt' for1
t heir' many1' 2121 entomers. 'ThI ow ha)..'12ve'
the44 valuab11)1leagenc14y f(or Dr'.e.KinI g's
N'ew I)isceov.ery forl (Conllntup43tion1,
C~onghs2 and4 ('141ds. 'I'h1is is4 Ih 10w4on
detrfutl remled(y t hat is4 prlodneinuIg sneh'I aI
Ifuror'11 1.1I all 4'over I the Inn lry' by i1ts Inlaly
HItartlini g enre1s2. It absolu11te113 l enres
AHthmall, Ilonchitis2, Illar.eness8 atu4 ll.
fl!!eeit 21ns of1 I he '!'b oat ''sI. and
11,1ng2. (CallI at1 abo14ve cdrug store4 and14
get I I Ir11al ho).1t( e're 41r 21 reg'ular14 4ize
5Il04ents and1( $1. (Guar'anteedc to enre'4
or price r'eftitu444ed.
At 85c per Bale for
Bales weighing over
425 lbs. Bales of less
weight at rate 20 cents
per hundred pounds at
NE WBERRY OIL MILL
by L. W. Floyd, Pi es.
(NA t, (41,
HULLS AND MEAL
15 cents per hundred
for Hulls. 90 cents per
hund red for meal.
Newberry Oil Mill,
by L. W, Floyd, Pres.
1.)2 I1, Ii I' e'4'.l t 4'4 1 . lie (ll441 :l1
Registmunratonr Not..\l ihe
Vi.n of' ) i e ' 2 h at 111 w. ~ie 14
ec.f'I'. I''l.:o,1.I''.. I S
I' i .f(I. \'. kc4''l-1\l .\ \N.
(ejT l1i1'l I8 x l., Iil i ; \ l:
RUPT AND FIR
hoes at prices heretofoi
1:10 111 of M en's, Jiaulieh' and ChIlIdron's
:111 yards of ine black and fancy Silks f
ming-1, II)v goods, at, prices 0e to
27.5 . ards of black, white, colored and fh
quiality at -It and the 2..ec quality at
1.500 yarIds v. h Rte atid Colorel I1mlbroiderl
ah.)... '5w oil the dIollar.
iIt adti Wt.inq.; Black and CI
(l lothing foT Menl, Myoys and I
Ir, all t.houslnds of ot.hor G1oo
of other mcakes, at, less than half pitle.
315 reimnants black Silk Lace I
i in South ( 'arolinait, at anly sale. We pai(
,-l.(l bariga'cins aid it the sitie time mako
.11 them Itt., we most, res4peet fillly, btt, r
I' enn honestIy and honorably get, but, w
lhu- for 35v. (They woild want, You to ti
might. its well try to get an elephant. to (l
r will be iven one ILalies' Gartlen Hant I
strictly One Price Cash t
Fo raise supplies for
Town purposes for
the fiscal year ending
December 31st, 1898.
V~)-, IT ( MDA INI) VD V T[I E.
M\ayw Ituld Aldlei'iien of the Town
>f N who ryiY, S. i'., in ('o nil it s
4.in1blel, 1n111 hy the auitilovit,y of the.
Sl- 'TION I. ThtI. %ax of Sixty cents
i each ontemIl tloll-ars wvort.h of
'0l anid i-esonlal propI.e.t.y, (excIpt the
Ioport.y of - hurilchivs and instittitions
>f learnig , is hereby 1evied and shall
it' paid itIII.o. t.re asuliry f said Town.
Si-:c. 2.Thati. t.he taxes herein levied
111111 h ' kid to the Cleric Intl Trefas
we11r of said Towi, in law fil Imloney of
h1lin 11ited Sltes, from 15th IdIay of
)mOh- to [liv :10th hity of November,
Iv for (I'neral Il'111poses .....i mills
)motra B1)use Ionds........... ..... I mills
vaterworks a dllet eet-riv LAs...2 mills
Vot l levy..........................t i n m ills
)one14 and t atifind inder tie( (or'porIte
Sa1111 Of said Town ils, the 2nd
81:\. hyof Se tm e,18113.
II. TI. I'VANS,
\'itI - .' M'\ ityov.
A(' . 1itAN, t. & T.T. ('. N.
Li. tO s. -
TIo my st.oek of' Watcels,
(locks, JIewelrty andit Silver'
wart, I hav=9 atled a ice
li ln e(' U S ltiery, and will be
[iyeseil to se'vu my fI e ,s
iad te pub ml)ic at large.
Watch, Cloc < and
Jewelry repairing a
Jeweier and Optician.
r/,. jtore. oppotile It. ( . Wi'illihams'.
It is a
When Candy lov
ers get their
that the verdict
is going to be in
They are famous
wherever there ex
ists an appetite for
pure, delicious can
Wlhitnn' ll st11 lt8111o00s Ch000ol108
18 pe.r''el ins flauvor' tul <ual1it.y', do.
licio us auuml hoatthfutl. Mudlo ini
slatiitly wvlith blngI wator.
J. K. GILDER
i' rlia,tone 1ed4)0 m it fO'0.1' or sak.
ES LE ...
-e unknown in So. Ca.
Sioes at from 150 to 65c.
or shirwitists, dresses til dress trim
ney Iuces of every fleseription-- lh 150
Miad ill over-t11um1 ii at il c to 74c, or
Alorvd Cassinleres; IHenriettla
AlhiIren at aboIat, half what
Is just, opelled 1up at. less thafin
timost, givenl away;
I Mnly 1.5c on thtl dollar of aitttal Now
it fair. proilt.
mlyr, I-viet, of ths few (s'11tois w ho
it-h tle very silil profit, we inkis %%(3
kke 25e for it.. "as times iro hard.") if
imb a steeple as to fittd goods inl New%
s a ipresent.
-louse in Newberry.
Now Goods Coming In
EV E R~ Y
E>1L c"t MWXIT-XWMP I
Dress Good<s, silk s,
.1nilnels, ( 'annl I'inek.,
I losiery, Uiderwear,
Shoes :U Not ions,
( ild renl's Clotlh ing,
Hats, Extra Pants,
Boys' Knet- Pants,
Collars an(d Cufl.s
l'or everybody ill
Com~ and see our- ( ;(t am l'an riv.s
lre bi-fore btying, its we Itow Ve (nl)
alVV llonvy for you.
The best, line of Shovs, for. e iomy
we asic for t.hem, in Newhvri-y. Iont.
Itil to see I.lilm le love buyinlg.
%(4 m 110 ainl .s Its Oft,0n1.
Leaudern or Low Prices anil Reliable Goods.
MinSti 4root - - Nowborry, S. (1.
Beautiful and Eleetant in all
That Goes to Please in
youI 1to see Lt,his line wic iclutisi~
l'ancsies amii '.( lur (twn" I 'lains Ser-ge in
All1 i.hi ni-wesst anmi sylish things ini
thitigs in thils linie inlit liym'iere's,
IlkengalI ies, ( rsponis, I i'rntieloit',hs, es..,
besaut-ifutl to bhhsl amiil Ia ptlsureit to
Silks w.i limerit, ispestion, praiise, ap
Full Line of Trimmings
itti int atid lookl at,t lbse~ Ne w ( oouds
wes will he piteassI to shosw yo u t
larges~(Sts l5ee tt,in i nth ei i t,1 P ee i in
modera it,ioni 11nd( uniclls edsltt iinisuait.y.
"Mower Sells the Best"
i D)ress ( 00<si itsI ini every
C. & G. S. Mower Co.
THE LIE d LAW MUST COt
LOW PRICE C0'ITON WILL FOLLOW!
SMIT H'S STORE
Y'ou will ge-t, (tilne i stiltred ( ints on5
thes I)oilar-. I st-li al.a vs-t-yshot, profit,.
NIlis. I''. A. SithI will be gladi to seec
hesrt fristmisamitl .\lr. I ,awsson flobbl will
J. T. SMITH.
BOOKS AT HALF PRICE!
WIC liS, .l1 ANI) l-CX
ihng ll kinds otf llosks, furi
inishing nlew booisks at, puibilier's
pites whteni we htav-en'. I he second
handis at., 1.1. Pil 'I. I'asht ;ids for
all I kinds. Schoo0 tld I ,awi rttlos it
pilite' stocsk oif btoks int thle Sothl.
I 'rompitttaIt,tt- losn g!V Iiv all otrdetrs.
He-tid list.s of thiose 4)t1 have to spitt 0
Sat.isfascito guaratitttsesd or n10 pady.
Wr-ite at once~5 to
Ni. NI. ShIilil,