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Bucklen's Arnie HRIve. 0
The best Salve In the world for Cuti
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuum
eever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Handi
Clilblaine, Corns, and all Skin Erut
tians, and positively cures Piles, or n
pay required. It Is guaranlved to gly
perfett satisfaction or woney refunded
Price 25 cents per box. r' sale b
Itobertson & (ilder and W. E. Pelhan
Cards of invitation have been Issue
tj the marriage of Rev. J. J. Long t,
Miss Nannie Julia Livingstone at th,
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Q. Fel
lers, November 10, 1898. The floral
and News extends its congratulation
to the happy young couple and hope
they may have a long and happ:
One Minute Cough Cure surprisel
people by its quick cures and childret
may take it in large quantities withou
the least danger. It has won for itsel
the best reputation of any preparatior
used today for colds, croup, tickling It
the throat or obstinate coughs. W.. 1
To Kent for 1890.
That desirable six-room cottage It
wh ich Dr. Weeks now lives. For terms
etc , apply to 0. L. Schumpert. 4t
House and lot on Calhoun street
turms reasonable. Apply at, this olllce
Five dollar bill at Newberry on Mon
day. November '7th. Linder will be re
warded by notifying
JOIN S. I3E)ENDAUGH,
t tf Prosperity, S. C.
To Cure n Cold In One Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for Li
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 2!
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed tq
cure or money refunded. t&fOm
Any merchant who thinks he can ge
fancy prices for Dry Goods, Notion:
and Shoes while A. C. Jones is in thi
business will have tofool the people t<
-do it, because Jones killed high price
the first (lay he opened. t&f tf
We are opening this morning twenty
seven pieces of imported Worsted Dres
Goods In the latest weaves, the choiCeS
proJuct,ions of foreign looms from i
bursted inoorter in New York. Wi
will sell these line goods for l.ss thai
they cost to Import, at
1&f tr Flynn's Auction [louse.
It will pay you to do your fal
irading with the Newberry Glothinj
Co. They are going out of businesi
January 1st and are certainly cuttinj
prices. Ow tW.
To Stop at Boyd's CrosO!ng.
Mr. J. P. Cook requests us to stati
it hat the special Fair train on the South
-ern Railroad will stop at Boyd's crose
ing on Wednesday and Thursday morn
:ings of Fair week, and that, tickets cai
ibe secured from him or the agent a
Prosperity at Prosperity r'atesP. Fo:
Ifurther information see J. P. Cook.
Truth wears well. People hav<
learned that DeWitt's Lt tle 10arl:
:Rlsers are reliable little pills for regui
lating the howels, curin)g const,ipat.loi
~and sick headache. They don't, gripe
W. E. Pelham.
'Cards of Invitation have been issued t<
the marriage of Rev. J. B. Fox, Ph. D).
pastor of the Lutheran church in New
'berry anfd Mi-.s Nannie Mayes at th
wresidence of her brother, Mr. J. 7I
Mayes, Wecdnesday, N 'vember 10th, n
12 o'clock noon. The Herald and Ne w
hegs to extend in advance its moe
'hearty congratulat,lons and best, wishe
:for~ a long andi useful wedded life.
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has th
'largest sale of any salve In the wvorli
'Thlis fact and its merit has led dishor
.est people to at,tempt to counterfeit ii
jLook out for the man who attempts t
'deceive you when you call for~ DeWitt
Witch Hazel Sailve the great p)1le curt
WX. 1F. Pelham.
Flynn's is the only strictly on.e pric
'house in Newberry. We never do be
ter for one customer than we do fC
~another We guarant,ee ouri pricr
;against any house in the State. W
rnot only sell the best, but we sell th
~cheapest, at Flynn's Cash St,ore. t&f
a stir we made in the Dr'y Goor
ma. n Newhe'rry during the pa
Itnd hows what we can do ar
'tim ~ ue desire to d o so. I alwa:
seli for les tuse I sell for spot cas|
Met on Thursday. Most of tihe juro
heeded the notice in il\e 1-erald ai
:News.and dId not come 'lMt Monda
'Only two Yrhses were dispd5ed .9f .a
t,he jurors will be ordered to coine-bW
.A case of Christian vs. Smith waiik
upl and the,defendants enter'ed a d1omt
rer, but. the Judge overruled it and t
*case will be0 taken eon appeal to the E
promo Court. The p)laintif was rep)I
esented by J. F. .J. Caldwoll and C.
Blease and the defendant iby Jiohnstc
..& Welch and 0. L. Schumport.
Trhe only other ease tried was that
PHenrietta D. Brooks vs. J. B. Sto<
ematn -for damages, about one-half at
hand ibeing in dispute. The plalni
'was i'epreisented by.Johnstone & Wel
and 't,he defendant *by Hunt & Hlu
The getry 'etidett'od -ateordict F'ri
mightt about 1W o'clock tor ;$250 in fa'
'of the plaintifi'. 'Phis ease will ai
likel3 go on ap)peal to the Supro
The court will recoovene on Tht1
'in.y morningo isponne of othe car
VAIOUS AND ALL AHOUr.
Mr. J. A. Seniis announced asacan
didato for Alderman from Ward 4.
Mr. J. C. Meyers is announced as a
candidate for alderman from Ward 4.
Mr. C. E. Summer is announced as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward 3.
Mr. Thomas F. Harmon has gone to
4 Yorkville on businos for the Iome
The delegates from Newberry to the
Lutheran Synod in Charleston returned
' The Master advertises several tracts
of land for sale saleday in Decenbtter.
See another column.
In the notice of Supt. VoSS In Our last
) Issuo the word "stock" appeared for
street.. It Is correbted iI this paper.
Tho executors of Mrs. Susan P. Werts
advert,ise the sale of personal property
I at her late residence on the 25th inst.
Ml's. JT. P. classgow of Gainesville,
Texas, is on a visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. 1). BI. % licer(w in Newberry.
Mr. .1. 11. Rellgin has enlisted In the
regular army foir three years. H1e has
joined the 7th cavalry and has gone to
Mr. S. Jeff. Evans of Roanoke, Va.,
was on a visit last week to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Evans, and other
relatives in Newberry.
Most Worshipful Grand Master J. T.
Barrol Was present last, night at the
regular meeting of Amity Lodg_- and
conferred the thi 'd degree.
The Master made but one sale yester
day in the case of Mary Jane Cook vs.
Jerry K. Nelson 20 acres more or less
was bought by the plaintiff for $105.
Rev. E. P. McClintock and Hon.
Geo. S. Mower leave tomorrow for
Chester to attend the annual con ien
Lion of the A. R. P. Synod of the South
which convenees there this week.
Those who desire to vote in the town
primary must register before Mr. C. A.
Bowman before the primary or they
cannot vote. You better secure your
registration ticket at once. The old
registration ticket will not answer.
ltev. 11. C. 13uckholtz, of Chester,
will assist the pastor, Rev. G. A.
Wright, in a meeting at the Baptist
church this week. preaching at, 11 a.
-in. and 7.30 p. i. every day this week.
The public cordially invited to all
We direct your attention to Flynn's
iadvertisemenit in anoteer column. ie
defics competitlon and competitors and
says that all he asks is a comparison of
goods and prices. Read his prices ts
pirinted in his advertlsewnt and call
to see h in.
The executors of Mrs. Sisan 1.
Werts 801d three tracts of land yesteI
day. N; I to Mrs. Maggie T. Blair,
148 acres, for $1010; No. 2 to Arthur P.
Werts, 74 acres, for $655; No. 3 to J. Q.
Whitman, 115 acres, for $900 This
land is in No. 8 township.
Misses Lidle and Martha Cald well of
Memphis, Tenn.. who have been visit
ing relatives here for several weeks,
have gone to Newbei'ry where t,bey aro
guests of Judge Y. J. Pope's family.
They will visit, Mrs. Wilie JTones in ('o
lumbia during the State F'ai.-Stat,e,
A mnan by the name of LRamsay a
fait,h doctor hailing fr'om Texas chlims
to have been r'obbedl about the steel
bridge in No. 8 township one (lay last
week. iHe came on and spent t,he
night wit,h Mri. D)avid Werts' and still
had a little changr. II ' was making
his way to Columbia.
The white teachers of the county will
meet in the Graded School building at,
,Newberr'y on Sat.ur iday of this week for
.he purpose of reorigamnizing the county
tt,eachers' institute. ECvery teaeheir in
the county is expected to be on hand
iand take an active part In the teachers'
meetings during the coming school
8100 Itewaird 810)0.
The readers of this paper wi;l bie pi-ased to)
-learii that, there as at.I iist oine -tre'.diedi dIs
I) case I hatL sctieen inxiis ble ii to enare in an
Its stages, and that is t'atlarr.i llall's Ciitaurrh
Cure le t,he only postilve cure k nown to the
hmnedical fraternity. Unlb.rrhi beling a cos.t
tutionia lIsinese. reqilre< ai e.insti tlonal
treatmrent. it aiPs Cat.arrth Cur" Is tan In,.
Lernally, actling dir. et ly upon 1 hie blo).5odad
Smucous surf'aces of t ha seyst.-ni, itey tie.
str(oying the f--undtat ion of line dieaa.e, and
- giving the patient. sire gih by buildin1 g up I lie
ri con1 tituil.ioni uad as.sisting ntureil in tiotimr It
Swork. T1he propiriotora haive so inmo ut fai in
its curstive powers, thait they 4in'r One fluni
0 dred Do11h4rs for ian' 41ase heaL it fatils to) e1tre.
C SCnl 10or lIst (f iestinionintis. .' ddaress
11al' Faa ly 'lisare"the best
t The Uhrysantiiemnmi Show.
y On Friiday night last the ladies of tihe
SPresbyterian church gave the public
a rare treat in the shape of a chrysan
themnum show. What a sweet thought
It is that, t,he ch rysanthe mum or Ch rist's
flower' should be the nmeans of raising
ra money for~ hiis blessed cause
id The artistically decorat,ed hall was a
v. Scene of beant,y The centre table con
tainled speclimenis of fifty varieties,
which took the premiumir for the best
- collection. TPhese wvere culltivated by
3n Mirs. TV. J1 McCrairy. Oni the left, side
were shown the hnuge single specimens,
viz l,.Gladys13, VanderbIlt, Snunstonc, Ruts
t iqule, jdhar'les Davis, King of Clhrysan
u- thNmi(ms, and Gold Standard.
0- '.6i' judges wer'e uinale to decide' he
L. twoon'v..ady,Vander'bil t and Sunston'.
These we' ronby Mirs. M. A. Hen
wick Thoeg rIz,e oifer'ed for tihe finest
pot. p)lanit was given to the owner- of
of 0. W. Childs. The dainty carriage
k- made by M is .izzie D)ominlick r'eceived
re the premium for the best, design.Ai
J ohnstone' and Mi's. PeCoples received
ch worthy admir'ation.
ut. In the back (of t,he hall, cut,off b)y lact
dra;'re wer th tables where thle
ayino an was refreshed.
O'O As President Gleo. B. Cromer said
lso "'Suh entertainments are elevatinit
me andl shlold he indlulged1 in frequently.
Wordsworth, the nature poet., saiys
r-"In the meanlest flower that growa,
rT 'her'e lie thoughts too deep for utter
NOw Triad Granted.
It wis stated last week that Cole. L.
la31,10e, I-N(q , rePresenting the defense
in 1he case of the State vs. J. J. Ilipp
and his wife, Quinta Ilipp, had made a
iotion for a new trial. They Were con
victed of assault and battery of a high
and aggravated nat.uro,but sentence had
not beun paURzed owing to the pendenoy
of motion for a new trial. The order
for the new trial has not yet been passed
but will be. There were three grounds
upon which the now trial was asked. I
Ona was the Irregularity of the 1erdict,
and one tbo 'ullug of the judge on cor.
tain testimony, and the otheri the In
c(onpetency of one of the jurors who
wits not a qualified elevtor. It wats on
this lat,ter grotind that the 111W t'lial
The constititiolt Vo (lIres that a tu
ror muet be a qtalified elector in order
to be competent to sit on a jury, and it
has been decided in two or three cases
and a new trial granted on this very
It turns out that Mr. J. W. Switten
herg, one of th, juror-, had not, seed
% registration ticket under the colsti
ution of 1895, and is thereforie not a
rjualifled elector under that, constit u
ion, though he had a registration
ticket under the old law and did not
think it necessary to get a new one.
This disquallles him for serving as a
juror, and hence the new trial will be
granted as it is necessary for all twelve
af the jurors to be qualified electors.
The jury commissioners should exercise
great eare in placing names in the jury
box. Of course Mr Swittenberg is just
as good juror without his registration
certilicate as he would be with it. It is
the business of the lawyer to take ad
vantage of every point that lie can, and
in making a Iotion on this ground
nothing is said or nicant detrimental to
Mr. Swittenberg. In fact Mr. Switten
berg makes statement that he is not a
qualified elector under the constitution.
This case will therefore come up for
another trial at the March term of
More than twenty million free sam
ples of DeWitt's Witch -lazel Salve
have been d istribu ted by the manufac
turers. What, better proof of their
confidence in it's Iierits do you want?
It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
the shortest space of time. W. I". Pel
And pay Wm. Johnson
what you owe him. He
has been looking for
you to come in and
A Pit aNat Sorprome.
,13ak on the Parm" surprised people
last night. Many had ligured on it being
a feeble prototype of "-The Old Home
stead" but not so. The play is built
along the linesof the "Old Homestead,"
but has individual merit on which to
stand. It was well received last night
Daniel Darleigh as "Si Stebbins," was
the character of the play, but thei'e
were others. Mr. Dar'leig h is a clever
actor. He prioved this last night, in his
liIne characterizat,ion of a farmer. The
sp)ecialtics between acts were good, also
tbe war views.- Charlotte Observer.
This companyii3 will pre'sent, "Back on
the "ai'm'' at the Newber'ry oper'a
Bullet,nes of the result.of the elect.ion
in North Carolina today will be re
eived and anniounlced froin the btage
tonight, as fast, as re'ceivedl.
North and, South Camiolina .J,.in Hand.i~
Mari'ied onl October 5th, 1898, Mr'.
George 'T. Reid, of Chiappelh-, S. C'., to
Miss J1eninie F'aucette, of Nort,h Caroli
na. Our most heart,y congi'atulations
are extended to tbe happy1) couple. Mr'.
I leid is an Oconee mxan and hiis many
friends bhere will be pleaLsed to hear of
his good1 fortune.- Keowee Courier.
The Heriald and N ews addls its~ coin
gratiulationis andl best, wishes. Mr'. i teid
Is one of the substantial cit,izens of this
Ten per cent. off of each article
you1 purilchase at A. C. .1 ones for the
next, It) days;mfealns tenl prr cent,. less
tban you can buy the same class of
goods anywhere in Newberry. t,&f tt
Nov. 3, 1895, by Rev. .1. W. Blanton,
at thle residence of Lthe. bride's fathier,
Mr. Walker Willinghaim, Mr. W. ID.
Hoozer and Miss Carrie Witllinghami.
2,000 PRIRS OF SHOES,
$2300a WORTH CLOTBINR
We are determined to
Shoe and Clothe the
people, and offer the
above at 25 cents on the
dollar off. This sale
positively ends Dec. 1st.
Shoes worth $l,25 goes
for 95c. This whole
line through in propor
Prosimrily, S. (J.
and Woods Ever
gree Lawn Grass Seed
for sale cheap at
9Robertson & Gilder's
With such conditions corift
tained until times improve. C
5o Calico at 80. 6jo Percale
to Bleaching, 4o. 75o Blankel
$8.50 Wool Blankets, $2.75. 70o Novelty
8o Wool Kentucky Jeans, 24o. 5o Outing, i
Do Worsted at 9o. 20o Worste
00 pcs. of Silks, Plushes and 7elvets at less that
We Have IflOre T41
And they must be sacrificed as we aro d
3S X O<>O-4 a 1 931xoe
1.25 Men's Sunday Shoes, $1.00. $1.50 Men
2.00 Men's .unday Shoes, $1.45. $3 50 Men
2 00 Ladies' line t 08; Shoes, $1.25. $1 50 Ladi
(lildren's, 11oys' and l isses' Shoes, all rt1i
We have a big lino of Hats, Caps, TrunkF
We are the
here all customers are treated alike, and w
ny I uit can ho found or prices equallod by any
ith hoforo we opened-look around amoung you
oc in it wh(n compared with the matchloss price
The vast and increasing business nterprises<
servi(e of thousands of experts which must. cons
ih) ranks of the young peoplo. They always r
andI(l consequn tl y live in luxury and afluouco.
come from that class of the young people who h1
literary education. Tho aim of the
is to preparo yonng ladies and gont emon for jt
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, ConunerciA
-A rithmetic and all Con merc
I hat apply (irectly to the business taffairs of life
No old tilno copying methods are recognized in <
and Shorthand courses are the most modern a
best business men. They secure and hold 11:
tart to finish. Our graduates are fully qualifie
position and are supplied with places wheneve
specialty in scouring our graduates good positic
done in this matter. The College has no vacati,
any time. Board very cheap. If you are iutf
Shorthand education, send for our free catalogt
W. H. NEWBERRY, M. A., Pros., -
For Alderman: ..
Il l4CLIrNG; TIE NICC OEl) COO Ti) III*1j Piti
1. husiness meon on the city conneil
ve heg to annotunce for. Aidermani from OOO
Natrd 3 theL name of Mr. (. 10. Summter
mnd ask him st.and fotr electiotn and 1jVEIol\
ledge him to abide the result of the D- late.
)temocratic pr'imtat'y. (''TIZEANS. Vesbt
-____ _____---- --- w tis. A
For Alcierman: at~u1
,cyAE '4. t he G rassv
W1 E1 liQUlESTICD TO) A N- atCShy a
Vnounc J1. 0. Me yers as a cand1 - Scholts J
ite for Alderman fromn Wardl 4 in thetSCtlz~ J
Ll,pproach ing electioni, and he is p)ledge d
0 abidel the result of t he Democr athi EXEC
W IC AltE AUTH'LolUZE1D TO AN- N SA
flounce the name of Mt. J1 A. we wvil
Bennt as a candid(ate for Alderman fromt ptubli c Ott
Ward 4, and1 pledge him to abide the D)o rrth, deV
re-ult of the D)emocrtatic primatry. tracI(ts, encI
If yout want clotii:ug, first. look arottr d seen Ott th<
t,ben come tand see outr stock. If you tos
know tnythtintg abtout, valu tes we will ste aits
sell you. WNe are (leteirmined to sell
nurt c~lothi ng at ta sacrifice, at.,tOtgg
t&f tf Ielynn's Cash Store.
Teachrs' Antnociationt. O O
T[he teachers' associat.ion of Ne(w
berry ('ount,y wviil meet, at the Gr aded
School butildinug November i12th.I
Subjects for d1iscussion:TO
l'relmary Arithmnetic--Mr. Wmn. H.
Wallace. ON 11
Gtrtded County Schtools--Mr t. . he iedn
PI tmatry IReading-Miss L ucy liset.r. iOItt
Quest ion Pox. ad''w
Ollicers for thte ensutintg year' wil Il* be (ote tan<
lected at this meceting. as ttnanattn
All teach ers wIll lbe ex pected, and wil bte o1)
no elforts will be sptared( to make this a prec(int, 0
red letter in association wvork. at l.ks
I". W. TI(l(1INS4, frtt
Ch'm'n 10x. om. rt~tt ofr
. . Novembler
This is the Season iots day
When you want vn'rVienOr
Spices of all kinds for
putting up Pickles, a1.. .
Catsu p, &c. We have FREE
what you want and we
guarantee them to be AT
pur'e. We also have on NEM
hand the celebrated ~o
Monogram Vinegar. 11
Call on us.
Robertson & Gilder, liaving ii
On the corner. est
onting us the idea of selling good
ompare the following prices with i
at 4a. 80 nob Sell Island, 30.
s, 45o. $1 Blaukets, 000.
Dress Goods, 89. 20 Wool 1(putuoky ivull,
lic. 7o Oting, 41.
at 14e. 26o Wortd tt 10c.
k half Now York cost. 700 poel. or Inton ii, overy conceiv
ia TUo Times as fllanu [
3tormintied to sell thoin, we aro very much it nood of im
SSundiy Shoes, *1.20. $3.50 Mln's suits, *1.75.
,; hand tiewed calf, $1.'*. $5.00 Ml 'm Stlitts, $2 5o.
is' I! ti dress Shovs, 95v. $10 00 Ml en's Stits, *5.00
dV 11an1d W prices.
h1idren's Overcoats, 89c. Ot 5oIt ou n' Overeon
Umbrellas and all goods to be found in a fit-t.-ClIaSS at
Only Strictly One Price House in '
i guarantee our prices against any houso Nort I or Solt
house in Newborry. Wo cannot expvr' to sell yon goo,
r old friends tld cousitm, thou coin itid Holl us" and %(oI
"N 'S CASH S'
College !I AiN ORDIN1.0
. C, To raise supplie
I ~Town pUrposel
>f our country require the the fiscal year e
S rcruited f December 31st
leivo tho r1-gost salries I td l
of Newbf-ev, -,. C ., ill Coi
But. theso recruits m8ust selibied, 111111 by thehit ihol-I
livo 1 good bisinevss an11d "
S -'IO~ N 1 . Thit a tax fi i
lval& lld~ terole i d prt -11y (1,lti
;COLLECE. 'olwrty of iil-cical ill
ofIv rilli.). i-; Ilvi.vhY levited
.St. Such plaevs 1s1 th )e. ti illti) 01(t0 -li si ll..N.1 o it
Sxx% 2. CIL erc anXItI
aha l he pianto he 'lek sl
al1~n cith le llit-ed Shts froill I.)l
0.4ohr tot It! 30 h dt f N
are thoroighly talghf. I'v for 1,1I1-posc
mur School. Ottr Busia Os VL 10S 3h'. I .
id tiro endorsed by our Total ......
o students inti erest, from I)ollc lll(I Ili d 111)(101. Ol
d for holding any businem s s .:..\ 111 ' of 'il t 16' .
r deiiired. We ainke it 1I. IL
US) ltd wvill not bo otit. BA. NI AN, C. & T. TI.
ti.4. StudentH i eu (lter
rested in aB 1usiness or RICE! RICE! RIC)
ie, mentioning course do. ON1SGNA1INN I'S 11
To rae s uPoii
aldtuon pros ie(
tihe ftisld yarearcet
12BIAn I. O.lNe to IMen
COLUMBIAo wbrr, S. c.Hg tuidia', i (
semb11.led, nittl by(1 the authorfin
S.e'rloN (.Tit 1t tax ofsI
en~, Sato Bune donh'
relt. and p oi a I l prpety,' 21.
t~l~e ~ PF propert,y of'li. ch jures and in
-0~.t 2.1042( hat,th taxes h1.erLi
l1~thelOlnited St.a. s,'f1ten21fol
000O.tober totthe2:),t;h)day of21
laev foc(1nera l'rpoes.
otie dtie uner thr
r3', Ilt) 210( of Ii \'Vuir otify Liill.er II. Ig \,
Iois andirt, wti no be1)lo- tOe o f .I>. A N, .i & 'lT T.
>ns.PC O Stden hts an enter oi2i i ii eIii L'~ 1 t
-F CO%LUMBIA,S. C. ' tih . 1 'I
lI O' HEENA S\O..\ C:\naly'sCho
](IL)'IN N8ICW AND1 t,C2,l .ill -
New(lt. Son1( , ihi V.2rne s andi 1 i. 2('2g
eeni (213 acts 8.. long,12( tediis un ly'
fon l'tio shMarshmallow.
i. .r Olur own bras ha N un lys lalt
, non l'riches' "51) , 50)4 and C
tobyotdti'(i C'OulciI. YUic Noiie & POmN
tA~'~cheapestJI and Kest ftoOk (a
markeMNIK,I t, sley at 120ow liuri
~ORNEY AT LAYI (if iIc.T l'O2( Ni T1.'i fl 1,'
~ B ER Y , S. . s.a ha Coharle
Law i ittgo oer 0 Mc A ndi II(ayLing he pol a
10011nith's St o lad by
closng rt le.''otst,r a * no on N liS Seat t
busnes .Jiriiir 1s. itiovel''a Ic '~i oIed f l ogn t
tlnIhmrIaglsokiow 0 coshet p,1Iinke e 0 fat, and let
(l f yo8at.1.u good
s at a profit cannot be 'enter-m
he prices asked elsewhere:
Newborry Mills Shirting, 2je.
$2.50 Wool Blankets, $1.75.'
8c. 25o Wool Kentucky Jeana, 17o,
100 English Outing, 7o,
abC) Color, sf.)'kl, widihV qualit)y at 2tte on Hi-l
foods as W Need,
M(IN- 11,11d 11e(l sHity CoIpIl us18 to 8111,
CL 30t :,-x ]- )I4, , 31ItI js:L.00.
M".'Ile 's Suits,eg
- - so LNI 4. it's I t'.4, $3t. 4.,
. - $12 0e'0 8 uis, $.7k
oro m11h11 below priv%s asks'd (lt,%whoro.
1. (Goods., 01ake1 biek and mo1umy romi io r
ht i f wo. varilot. tiiJ.'ll I OIil- 111 S -.4 'Ou tri E(
will readily s11 o io y 3),. , -of old aro
or to Pelhim's Drug Store.
iUM1 j\!ew Goods Coming I
s for 11:-11
3 for D ro AIc-XrM I
1898. )iress (m&-, :.ii.s,
V,11'f, ( I Iti
Il iiery, U Ju Iv r wen I-P
of III%,' tuI 13 O)
1 hoes aml Notions,
Xly ve t.
\313 shal ;t- I r; Idlt
It - B bj
.. it ll 41f t)tI . -
.311m111d Neck wear.
NewbeIry (o ii
...9A mill. , 'om Itl w o 'l a d P ie
vopItlh e Id v e m lot! its we know ve Canl
8 Thl. bost, li4 'f shos, for the Iline
A NS. w itsk for Ilhv , in Ne "wberry. D)oni
-a v . fai to -(!( themil b30fo buyI.ing.
' . id SLe, oS W,II.
ting Leaders of Low Prices and Reliahle Goodsi
a for Main Stroot -- Nowborry, S. 0.
II hen(iCandy lv
1112et er's get th e ir
'u;;7 2: heads together
t (1I.that the verdict
tL a sman is going to be in
"I.favor of -
('II tAl .ConfeCtionsg
........-They are famous
wherever there ex
ists an appetite for
B on s, Whlinil~'s Irlstaili liaciis chlIooates
Jiates , lic1)1.iousa I hell t hIful. Muuo in.
neka()ges. 5(Iantlly wit i 3 o11g waiter.
brlelc J. K. GILDER
r1ime,'lOc. BOOK STORE.
[iall Weddc.ing Presents
Of all descriptions in
and Cut Glass. Also
on11 ltrn and Jew~.elry,.
i go tice Novelties
1 Iranuti) which will be sold ac
J3oor (om.o. cording to 4 cent cotton
Ihilalut ad Come and examine
he3r iod. ||9Jeweler,
woo-m. .--oreu oposito U. C. wIU'mw-.