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In'orderto raise thi
money we need to bu3
new goods, we will sel
our entire stock of
to the highest biddex
At 7 O'clock,
[RAIN OR SHINE.]
Positively there will
be no by-bidding.
- Everything you buy
at. a sacrifice must act
as an idverisei*ent' for
the next sale. I.very
as we represent it,
We have no shoddy
DANIELS 8 CO.,
under Crotwell Hotel.
Ladies especially in
vited to attend these
Thursday at 3 o'clock
especially for the ladies
Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
M iddling ....................................56 c.
. Rucklen's Arniea kalve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fover Sores, Tetter, Chappe Hands
Clillblaini, Corns, and all Skin Ertip
ti ane:nd noaltively cures Pit a, or no
pay requred. It Is guaranteed to give
verfeot salsfaotion or money rt funded.
Price 25 cents per box, For Wae by
Robertson & Pilder and W. E. Velham.
To Cure a Cold In One Nig lit
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsule. for La
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 (loses 25
cents at all di uggists. Guara iteed to
cure or money refunded. .t,&f6m
if you want a good Umbrella 'uy it at
A. C. Jones'. t&iff
.. A iso Our Choiee.
9Newberry has a new mayor, in the
person of Dr. 0. B. Mayer. The elec
tion was held last Friday, and the doc
tor- was elected by handsome majority
over three opponents. We congratu
late Newberry in her choice; the dec.
tor is also "our choice."-Chapin News.
One Minute Cough Cure surprises
people by it,a Anick cures and child ron
naay take it, ini large quantities without
the least danger. It has won for itself
the best- reputation of any preparation
usdtdyfor colds, croup, tickcling in
th hotor obstinate coughs. W. E.
First-class family horse and nice bug
gy and harness. Apply to
f&t2t Cole. L. Blease, A tt'y,
A large lot of Hamilton, Brown &
Co.'s New Shoes just received at A. C.
'e l'IJuSbLhy of Fun.
Reoy, Dr-. W. E. Evans, of Columbia,
will deliver his famous lecture on Phil
osophy of Fun, in the opera house at
NTewbertry, on Tihur.sday, December 15,
under the auspices of t,he ladies of the
Episcopal Chu.ch, and for the beneOt
of the church. This is~a very fine le. u
ture, and Dr. Evuns is known here as
'one of the finest platform speakers in
the South, and apart, from the cause for
which he speaks he will draw a large
crowd. Next Thursday is the time, and
a rare treat is in store for the people
T.'it,h wears well. People have
leat-ned that, DeWitt's. Little Early
Riesare relit ble little pills for regu
latin g t,he bawvels, curing constipation
and sick headache. They don't gripe.
W. E. Pelhr,m.
Men's, Women's and Boys' Mackin.
tosh Overcoats at A. 0. Jones'. t&ft,f
Mackintoshes, Overcoats and Cloth.
lng going at 26 to 35 per cent reduction
at S.J. Wooten. 2
Nichols-Amick. At the residence
of the bride's father, Mr. Z. E. Amick,
Dedember 7tI'. 1808, by J. W. Blanton,
Mr. C. 8. Nichols and Miss Fanny
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve has the
largest st'i of any salve i the world,
This fact r nd its merit has led diqbon'
est people to attempt to counterfeit it
L4ook out for the man who attemptse t<
deceive you when you call for DeWitt'i
Witch Harel Salv9 W.e gr'eat pile cure:
VA RIOUS ANiO A 9.0 A BO C.
* Mrs. P. Rdbertson is visiting a
Business has been rather quiet foi
the past two weeks.
Probate Judge advertises some land
for sale in this issue.
The Herald and News exLends its
congratulations to Gae Haw.
Mr. R. H. Welch left yest- rday for
the Supreme Court in Columbia.
Don't forget the lecture by Dr.
Evans in the opera house on Thursday
A valuable tract of land near New
berry is offered for sale. See Mr. J. N.
Mr. F. H. ,Dominick went over to
Ninety-Six yesterday to attend to some
Mr. W. J. Miller, of Company G, 2nd
S. C. regiment, was home last week on
a short furlough.
The treaty of pe%ce has been signed
and our commissioners expect to be
home for Christmas.
Mr. Harry T. White was home on .
short furlough last week. He has join
ed a Texas regiment.
Col. George Jubustono attended court
at Greenville last week as attorney in
a very important case.
Moseley Bros. at Prosperity announce
another big reduction sale which will
last until the first of January.
There are just lots of pretty things
n ' all the stores in Newberry for Christ
IV as and they ale selling cheap.
Mr. S. E. Brown made a short visit
to his old home in Newberry yesterday.
He is now located in Greenville.
Thcre has been some sleet and snow
at Savannah and the boys no doubt
have been suffering from the cold.
Don't forget the lecture by Dr. Steele
on Saturday night for the benefitof the
new Methodist church at the factory.
Eduard Scholtz, the jeweler, has
lots of pretty things for Christmas
,e3ents. You should call at his store.
Daniels & Co. will start their auction
sale again on Wednesday night and
' hey will have a special auction on
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock for the
benefit of the ladies.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Ladies Aid Society of the Lutheran
church will be helq on Friday. after
noon at 3.30 at the residence of Mrs.
The Southern railway will sell
tickets to college students from the
16th to the 25th inclusive for one and
one third regular fare for one way for
the round trip good to return January 4
Messrs. Jno. U. Aull, J. J. Hentz and
J. F. Miller have bought out D. Hipp
at Pomaria and will continue the busi
ness at the old stand. They gre all
active y6ung men and we wisl then,
An important meeting of the Now
berry Lodge Knights of Pyl las will
be held tonight. Several ranks will be
conferred and the election of officers
will take place. Every m.Inber is
urged to be present.
Mr. H. C. Bardin has not given un
the Newberry Hotel as has been stated
in some of the papers. HIe is t'aveling
for an Augusta firm, but is still doing
business at " rhe Newberry" and ex
pects to be for some time yet.
Mower Co. say they have some very
nice things that are buitable for Christ
mas presents and they have. You
would then give something useful as
well as orn-mrental if you bought your
presents from them. Call and exam
Council has passed an ordinance
against loaling on the grounds of the
public schools or the street,s around
the grounds. It would be a good idea
to stop loafing all around town if it
could he done, especially by those who
make loaang a business.
Col. Geo. Johnstone has offered his
services free of charge to defend the
men arrested on account, of the Phoe
nix trouble and taken before the
United States Court. It would be
hard for them to find a better or more
able counsel to defend them.
Mrs. Ethel Thomas, who contributed
a number of very interesting art,icles
to The Herald and News and has for
several years lived at the Newberry
*Cotton Mill has returned to her former
home at Norwood, N. C. The Herald
and News wishes her well anid will be
-'lad to have her send some contribu
tions from her North Carolipa home.
Those of our subscribers who live out
of the county would make the editor
happy by sending us at least one year's
subscription. If each one of you will
* o this as soon as you read this you
will make mainy hearts happy. How
many will (10 $bhis? If you owe more
than one year,' we will not confine you
to one year's subscription. These in
the county could also make us happy
by calling at the offee. We want to
make a clean balance sheet at the end
of the year and the only way we have
of doing it is by our subscribers com
ing up and. ,presenting their "compli
ments." It would be a very small mat
ter for you, but in the aggregate a big
thing for us.
We ofrar One Hundred Dollars Rteward for
en a e tf r ai .bat eocn net, be cured by
F. J. CHuIKNJEY A CO., Pror s, Toledo, 0.
We the nudersgn~ed have known V. J. Chr'
n.y for the last 16 years ann b .hove him
per feetly honio.abee in all buasiness t,-ansac
iiond and financhlly able n.o cu,ry out auy
obligations mnato )v thieft fl. m.
WarA TRUA~ x Wioles-3leO1 ungt .Toledo 0.
nWAsITSledoK Ch o. MAn:vitt, Wholesale
HIall'sCAtar, Ih Cure is tAken int ernally, act
ing direotly upon the blood and mucous mue.
fsees of the ssem. Prioe '7oe. per bottle.
Sold by7 all Druiiglais. T'estimonials r-e.
Hall'. Family PI lIs are the best.
Oneo g094 milk~ cow aind calf for sale.
ObR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TIME NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
on A81vE TOWN.
fSPeoIaI C repondenoe Herald and News
Mrs. Juo. Mayer of lower No 9, ac
companied by Miss Mattie Dean, visit
ed Mrs. E. B. Kibler, sister of Mrs.
Mayer, and attended services at the
Baptist churc.i Sunday.
Rev. A. G. Kirkoatrick filled his
regular appointment at the brick
church on Sunday and is expected home
The weather indications are for snow
and young America is jubilant.
Willie Moseley spent Saturday an.'
1iunday at home and returned to New
berry College Monday.
Mr. S. S. Birge is again in the t.
business and the way the ties are com
ing in is wonderful to behold. It is an
opportunity to work off lots of timber
that would be burned in the new
grounds and clearings. He has a con
tract with the Southern railway for
12,000, and has already received about
Standing by a bicycle one day the
past week a little pIckainy about 4
years old walked up to me and throw
ing himself back demanded to know
"whose boxackle dot," and to see the
grin that overspread the face of the by
standers when the discomilture of old
man Kay was apparent. We could not
take in boxackle and that seemed to
amuse the crowd. d
M r. A. P. Dominick having just re
plenished h.s larder and was congratu
lating himself on the way he was going 11
to Oat sausage, fpa&re ri's, &C., as he
retired one night last week, but while
he was sweetly sleeping the rogue that
prowleth at night scented the good t
tbings in this larder and straightway b
made his way for them, and not caring
for bolts and bat-s proceeded to enter
some other way. Mr. D. now mourns
the loss of backbone, spare ribs, pud- 1
dingq, sausage, &c. He has not, been
able to locate the theives.
Mrs. Green Mitchell has been on a I
visit !o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. t
Dominick, and will return home in a
few weeks, accompanied by her son,
who will make his lirst visit to his fu
ture home at that time.
Miss Estelle Todd, assistant teacher
of the Litbb Mountain Graded school, d
spent from Friday till Sunday with
Mrs. C. F. Lathan, of our city. Sho
was accompanied by Misses Roberta!
and Marie Lathan.
Rev. R. C. Boulware passed through
our town last Monday on his way to
conferehee at Greenwood. Mrs. B. is
spending the time with Mrs. Mayer of
our town, till Mr. B's return.
As we journey through life we meet r
with many Very aimusing incidents as I(
well as those teh,at are pathetic. On
Thanksgiving morning old man Kay
w.as talking to tbe little Kays about
Thanksgiving and asked them if they
knew what thanksgiving meant, when
little Nell, 4 years old, said: "1.1 know it
means turkey.". We thought how
many grown folks' ideas of the day
never j;et higher than turkey on all
the vital questions of life. They do not
seem to realize the true idea of life,I
and now as we appeach the Christmas
time let, us realiz~e the true meaning
and the good that has come down to uis]
from it. Let us get above the turkey
idua and in the return of thIs happy
festival let its as men spendl it, in a be-(
coming matnnetr and1 not get even lower
than the turkey idea as we have seen
In times past.
The dime reading last Friday night
was very well attended and it was en
joyed by all who attended, rho male
quartet,te btrought down the house.
Another one will be given some time
In January and we will give programmel
of the same later.
TIhe programme for Old Folks Day3
in Grace church on Christmas day,
December 25th, at 3 o'clock in the af
ternoon, promises to be a very pleasant1
occasion. And, I am requested to spe
cily invite all the older folks of the
surrounding community and the pubice
generally to attend these exercises. c
We believe that you will enjoy this
hour spent in singing and hearing sung
those old hymns that were familiar to
all of us when we were child ren. The
programme follows. Read it and then
make an efl'ort to be present. You are
PROGRAMME FOR OLD FOLKS~ DAY.
To be held in Grace church, Chtmst
mas Day, December 25th, at, 3 o'clock
in the afternoon.
Volunt.ary--Nearer My God to Thee.
Opening hymn-lerry Christmas
Bells by in fant and intermediate classes.1
The lesson for the day--Read re
sponsively by school.
Prayer by Pastor Hallmian.
Hymn--All Hail the Power of Jesus'
Paper-Old time Sunday-schools.
Quartettec-Watch man tell us o h
10 Minutes talk by Rev. A. G. Kirk
patrick. Hlymn-Rlock of Ages.
10 Minutes talk by Rev. J. W. Blan
Hymn -A m I a Soldier of the Cross.
10 Minutes talk by Pastor Hailman.
Hymn--Jesus Lover of My Soul.
Hym:i-leost be the Tie that Binds.
December 12, 1808.
More than twenty million free sam
p los of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
have been distributed by 'the manufac
turers. What bettor proof of their4
confidence in it's merits do youwa?
It cures piles, burns, scalds, sores in
the shortest space of time. W. E. [el
We are prepare
Vases of all
A handsome Line
We would inforr
Going to Columblia.
We take the following from the
ipartanburg correspondence of the
,olumbla State. Miss Chapman Is a
aughter of Mr. Juno. A. Chapman, of'
lewherry, and is one of the bebt teach
ra In the State. We congratulate her
pon her deserved pronotion and the
olumbi)ba Female College upon secur
ng the services of so elliclent teacher.
"Miss Nell Chapman, one of the
eachers in the Graded schools, has
cen elected to fill the vacancy caused
y the death of Prof W. J. H1ehues in
he Columbia omiale college, and will
nter upon the discharge of her duties
,t once. Miss Chapman's culture and
plendid womanhood peculiarly quallfj
tcr for this place. Her host of friends
n Spartanhug will regret her depr
ure. She was for a nunber of years a
cacher in the Lctville Female col
-rho Surn T.a orippe Care.
There is noi use suileriig fiom this
treadful manidy. if you will only get
lie right renedy. Ynu are htving
Pain all I hr 'u: h your body, you liver
4 out of order, have no appetite, no
INe or anibition, have a bad eold, in
act are coipletely used up. Electrio
littera is the only remedy that will
jve you prompt and sure relief. They
ct directly on your Liver, Stomuch
"d Kidneys, tone up tl e whole sya
Pemi and make you feel like a new be
g. They ar guaranteed to cure or
rino re unded. For sale at Robertson
011h-r's and Pelham's Drug Storv;;
Illy 50 cents per bottle.
25 cents off of every
l ollar until 1st January,
899, on the following
)ry Goods, Tlrunks,
~hoes, Ilatsb, Caps,
ugs, Etc. Etc.
)n all goods in store
Jo. I and up stairs.
)ur stock has been re
>Ienished since our big
sale in October. This
s really a better offer
han we have ever.
nade. Spot cash. No
Leader of Low Prices.
Prosperity, S. C.
We are receiving new
roods almost every
iay, and offer them at
-easonably low price..
Jewelry, Silver and
Silver-plated w re,
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
)pposite_IR. O, Williarns'.
LAND FOR SALE.
O OD TRACT 01" LAND CON
tain g one hundred acres, with
ood buildings, three and a half miles
rem Newh- ry. Easy terms. F'or
urther nari-iulara apnlv in
: to offer for ver
of Boxes, Neck
Kinds - g
of Christmas Cards and Calon
n our friends tU
eES IN PA'
k GILDER, Dr
T13E HTATE' 01 SOUTH (IA RO.
LINA-NEW B tRY COUNTY.
Charles J. Purcell, as Administrator,
of (lie pvrsoial estate or Waller
Himith, deceased, Pliitif1, Against
Hester 8iitl, and othert, Defold
B Y ORDER 1O TIH E COUR 1',
herein, I will me11 to tho highest
bidder before the Ci urt House at New
bhrry, M. (., ou t0he First. Mondeay,
(sle day) in Jaitnutry, 1899, all tlizt
tract of land situatedt in maid County
and State, coniltl.ai ig (-.') fort -five
mcres, umore or letss, .. tid bound1 tided by
lands of Dr. R. V. Carlisle, Willio
Cadd well, Caroline C(ald well ( andothers.
Terms of 8ale-One-half cash, the
baltne plivaalo one year from the daty
of sad. Credit portion to be seeu e-l
by bond of the purelinse-r and mort-.
age of the prelises sold with leave
:0 the purchaser to anticipate pay
ment in whole or in part. If purchais
r fails to comply with terms of ime
land will tie res ild on Malesday sicceed
tag lhst sale at risk of former purchas
Purchaser to pay for papers and
W. W. HODGES,
J. 11. N. C.
Deci,mber 10th, 1898.
I.lc~ Of GIlUl Scillomolit mit" Dncharge.
N oICE18 IS MAE1l4ltY GIVEN
that we will make a settleient on
-e estate of Mrs. Sallie Werts, de
eased, in the Probate Court for New
Irry County, S. C . on [0riday the
:t.h Jan uary, A. ). 1899, at. 11 o'clock
the forenoon, and will immediately
1ereafter apply for 13t.ters dism8issory
i Executor of said estate.
All persons holding claims against
he said estate will present the same
-uly attested, and those indebted to
ie sikd estate will mako payment on
-r before that (late.
JACOB L. WEI1TH,
DAVIO 13. WeMATS,
Dec. 13th, 1898. Executors.
BY ORDER~ OF THIC COUr
-iherein, I will soil to the highest
bidder, before the Court Hlouse at New
berry, South Carolina, on the first Mon
lay (saleday) in Janutary, 189)9, in t,he
mase of T1oec1 C. Pool, Plaintilf', vs.
Neel Marcus, Defendant.
All that lot,, pice and1 tract, of laind
contailning fourteen (141) aicres, more
)tr less, situate in said( county andl(
State about three miles from Newber
ry court, house aind tben hounded by
lands of M. W. and A. V. Moorman,
l"anntile Johnstone and the Black J ackc
TERMS. OF SALlE: One-half cash, bal
inee on a credlit of twelve months, with
mnterest on credit plortion from day of
ale. T1he credlit p)ortion to be secured
by bond of puritchaser anid mortgage of
Ghie plremises, wit,h leave to pay all
~ashi. Purchaser to pay for papers and
WV. D. H ARDYV, Master.
Mabter.'s Oilice, DcC. 5th1, 1898.
YORDERCII OF THE COURT
herein, 1 wIll soil to the highest
bidder, before the Court, [House lit.,New
berry, S. (C., on the Iirst, Monday (Sale.
Jaiy) in .January, 199, In the case of
Mlatte S. Glenn, Plaintlir, vs. Julia A.
3lenn et ail, D)efendants.
I. All that tract. of land in said county
11d( State containing Si xty-Ieive ((65)
Acres, more or less. ,umndedl by lands
or'mearly of W. O. Mayes and the hands
erei nafter described.
11 All that, tract o. land situate in
maId County and( St,ate containing One
Hund1(1red and Tbhii teen Acres. miore or
less, called the Meains tract, and
Joanlded1 by lands of or formerly of
-Slih, George W. Glenn, T1rus
cc, and1( others.
TERMs o1. SALE : One-third cnsh,
>alanice in one and twoI year's, wit,h in
(rest. 00 (red it, port,ioni from day oIf
ale ; credit, p~oti t,o be Hectre h''( l
e(Ind of purchbaser aind mortgage of
he premises sold1 wit,h leave t,o ant,lef
eat,e paymenlt In whole or in part. if
orchaser- fails toI comply with terms
>f sale, land will he resold on saleday
-acceed ing first sale at risk of for
.ier purchaser. Pur-chaser to pay for
eaper-s and st,amps.
W. 1). HARD)Y, Master.
Master's Office. D)ec. 5th, 189)8.
Rotuce to Towdship COmmllissiOllcrs.
.Larel hereby notified and required
to have the public1 roads of their to
ipect,ve townshIps worked, and p)ut, in
|food repair at once.
JNO. M. SCHUM PERT,
Notice to PB SCIIt 6Ilims.
A LL P ERSONS 1HOLD)ING
~-claims agaInst the County arc
hereby niotifled and required to p)resent
them duly attested on or before Januairy,
JNO. M. SCHlUMPrE'RT,
_____ _____ Supervisor.
Roekland Co.'s and J. ii. Lewis &
CIo.s Gonts' Custom-made, box calf
Shoes at *2.50. 8. . Wnonom.
y low prices, a ha
AND GT GI
Tie Cases, Dres,
ald Bouquet, of t
dar A Big Lino of (llu
iat we are prepa
Iggists, O thi
From the Highest Grad(
...,..To the Ql
Prompt Attention Given
Funitre aRd HOISI
....Marble and Granite
Leavell & Sps
THE STANDARD Wi
ECquii psd a ih ( . &. J . Clinchler Tilres, 1i
NATHAN E. I
ZIWI"Now Pasii- for iIopair1 for salo als<i
Eot v'ien of I tIhands of exports whih n i
the ranks of tho young peCopIo. Tlhey
and con~jsepintly livoe in luixury anid afi
comPo (om iat clss of the young peopi
'tcarry edutst ion. Thre atim of tho
is to p) op.o t'0young~11( ladiad g(entomi
Blookkeeping, Shortinul, Coir
Aithmetic and1( all C
that apply directly to t he buinessAti affai
No oldl t simo copying met hodos are recog
and( Sh1 >rthtad cou1rs4o: sre thIe ne>'ht n1
best bIinM0As mfen. Thlev hlo-ure andic
silart to finishb. Ouir graduaties nro fall2
position and1( aro suiejid wvithi places
speciailty ini s-ecurinig our! graduaistes8 go(
donoe in this~ matter. T1he College~ han :
any time. Board very cheap. If you
Shorthand edcacstion, s0end for our free
sired. A ddress,
W. H. NEWBERRY. M. A.. Pre
ndsome line of
he Latest Styles...
loi<d Novelties IM
red to meet all
leapest Wood Coffin I
to all Orders'
*AT ALL HOURS I
rs' Old Stand,
- - s. o.
~LOF THE WORLD !
iss College !
i prso oour count ry re'(juiro theo
)Iust contatilIy be0 roerniited from
ilwarysi recivo) t he Jargo:t salaries
trouco. Bunt these8 recruit~s must
o wvho hauve a good b)usinflss aind
lESS COLLEGE .
m~ for jutl? such f 1la(os asl thoso.
rs of l ife, arc I boroughuly taught.
nized/'( in our School. Our Busjiess
:>domu rnrad are en odorsed by our
hold then students jiterest froro
qualified for holding any business,
whienover sired. We manko a
d positions and wvill not be out
1o vacations. Students can enter
are interested in a BisineOss or
catalogue, montioning courso de
*. - COLUMBIA. 8. 0t