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ucklen's Arnica V'alve.
The best Salve in the worli for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, lers, Stilt R heum
Fevor Horei, Tetter, Chu pp d Hands
Chilliiins, Corns, and all -kin Erup
flains, and positively cures Piles, or no
(ay requred. It is guaranteed to give
porfect saimfactiotn or imjoney re funded.
Prce 25 cents per box. P4-r sale by
iRobertton & 0ihder and W. E. Pelham.
Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
M iddling .................................510.
To Cure a Cold In One Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughs ,(and Colds; 12 dosos 25
Ct,s At 11l1 diruggists. . Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded. t&in
Remomber that Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Tiursday aro thle only
days with 30 per cent off, at .
t&f tf A. C. Jones.
'rogramnme for TOaiera' Association, JIan.
A rlthmetic'-W I. .W1allae".
Geog.-lt >y and History Taught To
getler- *. . Monts.
Iestalozzi- Prof. G. 1. Cromer.
Meting II o'clock to I.
U. A. Abrams, Secretary.
I have onl hand a nice and full line of
Nuts, Candies, Raisins, Apples,
Oranges, llanatnas, in fact, an up-to
date grocery stor-e, and every thing in
my store sold ait as low prices as Possi
blo. W. W. Fulmer. f&t 2t,
Tile greatest, sacrifice sale of the
year. will close onl Tihursday night at
t&f if A. C Jones.
Il tday 1ttem oni tito sout -ra.
1iekets will be sold by the Southern
on accout of the holidays on Deceml
bmr 22, 23, 24, 25, 26; also Dw.mcber 30,
31, January I, 2, good to return until
.1antuary 4. Rates first clas.: 11 first
class st,andard fare one way for round
trip. Rates for second class: .. secoll
class standard fare one way for round
trip. Tickets good to all points.
Now Sat,ins in all the prett., evenin
shades for party dressing or wedding
occasions- ait 350 anId 500 at
t&f tf A. C. Jones.
Plenty of Men's, Women'. Misses'
an(I Chilidren's Rubber Overslhos at
A. C. Jones'. t.&ftf
DEAl~ I S.
MIry Jenkiins, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. .1. (. Jenkins, died at hr home
onl Wednesday, the 7th, and was buried
at Cross 11111, Thursday, the 8.h. Her
funeral was prctelced by Rev. J1ames
Campbell at, the Presbyterlian curch.
lary was loved by all that. knew her.
Her friends and relatives will imliss the
dear little one, but she was gone to
rest beyond the river.
W. W. Fultmer has Toys, Dolls and
other Christmas goods. See him be
fore buying. W. W. Fulmer. fMt 26
New Ties. nevr Handkerchiefs, new
gems for the Christmas trade at
t&f tf A. C. Jones.
.Jamnieson has a Christmas pr'esent1
for every customier in cut pri ces. Suits
$16.50 no w $12.25; $11.50 now $8.-45. t&f tf
A PIe,asaint Ete rtaintmont.
That is, it is to be and will be a
pleasant entertainment and you should
not miss it !or your~ pr~eence will con
tribute to the p)leasure of the occasion.
The etetrtainmetnt is to -be at, the
opera house on the evening of the 28th
instant which Is next Wednesday andl(
will be giveni under the direction of
NIss M argalret, Schenek and for the
benchit of St. Luke's Episcopal churcb.
It will consist of music, pictures andi
songs andl will be given by htome talent.
1.teservedl seats :35 cents and general
admnission 25 cents. Tiukets on sale at
the usual place.
It, is a good cause5 andl you may take
our word for it, you will enjoy it if you
A Clcver Trick.
.It cert'tinly looks like it., but there is
veally no trick ahlont it. Anybody can
try It who has Lame Back and Weak
K-idnieys, Ma laria or' nervous I rou bles
WVe mteanl he catn enure hIinselfC rightI
aw .,y by ta kintg Elect ric Bitters. Th'Iis
me&dcinie tone's up the whlole system,
nets asa musitimuant to the Liver and(
IdIIneys, Is a blood ipuriftier aai nerve
Faluitin g SptellI, Sleep.lessnessC5 antd Mel
.Ancholy. .It Is p)urely veCgetale.C ai mtild
lnx ulive, o nd restores the system to 1ite
nntural vigor. TPry ElectrIc Bitters amnd
-be comnvi nced thatl they are a milrocle
'wvorker. Every bottle guaranteed.
Only 50le, a bot Ilhe ait Robertson & Gil
<der's amid Peilhamli's D)rug Store.
If you want to buty nico suibstantial
Ch ri-ts Presents that your friends
w ill ap~prci at.e go to A. C. .iones' Cash
Store. t&f I
See t,hose Black and '"tn $5 50 hand
mtade Shoes, now $3.98.
t&f. If. At JTamieson's.
iBest heavy 'J-ozt, all-wool Jeans 10e
* t&f. tf. At Jamnieson's.
FI,-Ida andu limanson's Minsttrels.
The pattr'ons of high-class minstrelsy
will have ant opplortimit,y of wit.nessin)g
a tine p)erfornmancc at the op)erat house
Fr'iidauy nigh)t by thte Fields andl H-an
son's Celebtrated Minstrels, a company
thtat is Indleed colossal not alone in
numbers, btut in) talent as well. T1his
-organization has been known to the
publ ic for several years and~ has never
failed to keep good faith n ;th the pub11
lie as of yoro. The comp)any h)as beet'
thoroughly reorganized for this season't
work and Includes in its membershil:
artists of well-known reput,ation, head
ed bty the world's known favotrit.cs
Filds andl Hanson, who stand in thc
htighiest, rank< as inisical commuedians.
The acts are' ntow and original wIth thtis
cornpatny. P lease bear in indm th it
coterie of art,ist s appear here for om1
night only. Secure your seats at once
and atvoid the rush at the door.
Next, Sunday is Christmas.
Rev. J. W. Humbert left yesterday
for Hartsville where ho Is stationed
Mrs. Dr. Jas. McIntosh returned on
Saturday from a visit to relatives In
' Calvin S. Brice, senator from Ohio,
died last, week in New York after a
brief illness of pneumonia.
The college will Wo'o on Thursday
for this week, and will not resume ex
ercises until after the holidays.
A bill has bewi introduced in Con
gross to give the widow of Col. Jos. K.
Alston a pension of $50 a 'month.
Rev. C. W. Creighton and family
will leavo Newberry this week for his
now field of labor in lennet.tsville.
JaMiCSOn has seome serviCeable at -
tioles that would nate nico Christmlas
presents. bee his ad. lHe is selling
Mrs. 0. \V. Ltltoy left on Stindiy
for hor home at I-lltawvillo after a visit,
to her flters, the Misses Coppok(, in
Tihe merchants all had%(] a good trale
oil Saturday. A good quantity of cot
ton wis put oi the market oil Friday
A. C. Jones has nOW Onl a1, 30 )er centt
discount sale which Will last for only
four days from esterday. See h is no
tice inl another cohlin.
Dr. Steel is a very pleasant gentle
tman socially as Well as a good lecturrC
anld an eloquent preacher. We hope
lie may come to Newberay again soon.
Count,y Suplrvisor Jim. M. Schum
pert will bo in his o nleo On Friday of
this week instead of Saturday. If you
have business with him bar this in
'11he Herald and News woold bm glad
to have those who are going to pay in
wood to brinig the Wjod as soon s11 Cotn
vOnient and for those who have already
hauled wood to call at the olliee and
get c'dit for it.
lion. T. N. Wilsoit, of Arkansar, is
oi a visit to relatives in NewberIry. lie
has recntly t'been elect.ed to the StatO
Senate of Arkansas from his county
anI is looking well and wear-itng h1 is
honlors with becoing i ign ity.
Treaurer C. F. Boyd wili oose Ii is
ollieu onl Tuesday 27th in order to get
o00 holiday. So those who have bui
news wiIt, the countyt.y tretitre' or w ho
wanlt to pay their taxes will bear in
inld t,hat his olli,w will be closed ont
nex. Tuesdiy 27th.
Tie Glenn tract, of land adVetis(d
by the master for sale in January is in
tie iot h1 l;den section and udjoin s lands
of Dr. R. C. Carlisle and Dr. M. A.
Renwick. Part of the. sanue land was
sold some tile ago at private sale for
$9 per acre. It is a good tract of lad.
In tle list- of young lawyers admitted
to the practice of law by the sulpremle
court last, week is ll.. S. C. Merchal.t
of this county, Mr. 14. S. Blease of Sa
luda, a Newberry boy, and Mv. T. J.
Harmon of SparLanburg, also a former
Newberrian. We wish the young men31
I)r. SteePs Sermoni.
A large audience 11illed thle opera
htouse oni Sunday tnighit to hetar Dr.
Steel p)reachl. Those w ho heard hime
were charmied wi1th htis lecture andtt the
opera house was crowdled like unto
cotmmetncemnt occasion. Th'le ltu-ch -
(Jro the town id not, have~' anyi3 servih e
but, joined int a union serv ice at, ihe
Dra. Steel spoke of the cruceili xion of
Christ, andl hiis beatiti fituadi t,hillimr
decscriptio)n of the events of that, memit
orablo anid far' reaithin g occasioni were
grntd and realIist.ie. As he pa inited the
iictur1e int eloquen lt wiords you could hisee
t,h e crowds as ii.hey matlrche d out, from
Je rusalemn to Cavalry andh C'hrist, bear
ing the cross tand heart the jeers aind
taunts of the r'abble. There were the
sold ier's and the guard and the sen ti
nel walk ing his bewat, till befor e your1
eyes. Youi col see5 the dairkntess as it
g.tbotred. it, was a splenidid dIescr'ii
L,ion andi( for ani hoti- and11( a quarttetr thte
eloquent divine hel :is lge contgre
gation in s ilen t att,etion. It was a
rThe Nationgat Utnioin Nerin g Orgnn. ti.n
5..metin mg of 11itih8sinry.
T1he Nat,ional Unio isl aSt frat ernal|
assocition wh ich levies its atssessmtenits
Oin thte step raite or' liatural premiumn i
plant. Its g reatest, oSt, t,t age of 25 hits
been $5.00 per1 itanum, age 30, $61 00;
aige 315, $7.00; age 410, $8.00; age 415, $10.00:
age 50, *12.00). 1 y its strict medietal
exain ations, its pro11hiited occu pa
tions, and( better still, by its prohtib,it.ed
terr'itory it, shiows a lower deat.h tate
than tany orgtaniizationt doing btisintess
in this coiuntrty. 'Thle step i .te phin is
thte (only priopert platn for insu ranicc, as
by thtis waty you pay for the age you1 lire.
Th'le mior'tali1ty ha to1. be palid for itn
samte way as you gr'ow older. lIn the
usual way of aissessmenttt compan~I1ics, by
tan icreasing numbtlier of assessmeniClts.
In old 1linte companIltieits by req(iuirin g you1
not only to pay t,he miortalit.y actcounit,,
but a vety large expenise aiccouint, and1(
then ai larger amount than either as5 a
reserve iln or'der to keep 3011' premiiutm
level. Ini the lautter case, which is the
hott,er, to keep your own mioney to livye
ont Or invest,, or' to let ani linsuranLce
compatny invest it for yeu? This comi
pany commenced business ini 1881 ; hats
never hatd more thtan teni alssessmenClts.
This year, (1898) hats had butt nine.
Zoigler Bros. l"ine Shoes for Ladies
in Bilackst and 'JTani both in ButLt,. andh
Jia8., $3.50, now $26
It&t. tf. At J.amivn'n.
To Advertilster sanud Oilra.
WO aI)ppreeiato very mu1LIch tihl) liberl
pat,ronavo givlen The Herald and News
by the t>lelehitlis of Newberry and
other plates in tbe Shape of advei te
innt's aid job work. \Vu hupc they
have found The 1lerald and News a
gobd modium through which to reachl
the IbliC, IId tlt they IIvIV fouild
that it paid to advert,is. That is what
a,hey adverise for. It 1.i not at matter
of sentiment or to help this one or the
otlher,I one, but to sell the wares advei -
tised. We know that. Thu I lerald anid
News raches the people of this county
andi advertiseinents pIel in Is col
umns aro bound to reach the peoplo.
Ilowever, this is nob wilt, wo started
out to say. We want to express our
Iaipreciatiolln of tbe hiil a:l liberal
Pattrlionage givel us mnd1 to sollcit ai
e.ontinuince ofi the samo 1411. anothel.
year. We shall give ;io the best and
mIost courteous Servic ll 0111 power.
In addition to this we wallt to saV
t,hat the I)nterIsI8 aItnd workm1<eI wI ho
tre >ai. * or Tie IIeraiil and News c
Ualblishim1ent have be)n promi.;ed and
ihall have holidahy (In Sat,lla, v of I
wveelk anid ol tbe Monday next. rliow
ig Sunlday, so t.htt, there will he I1o
wot k donec In the office on thtese two
1ays. However, the editor1 will bec ol
iand and will bo I gltd to have you call
>n Saturday and present your compli
nents for Ciiistmas %rI' even on mon
fity It, will not be to. IILt.
Next. week we will prilnt only one
iss of The Ilerld and News and that
will b printed onl WYeditusday. The
Aitor CXp!ect's to spend the lattcr part,
)f the week witl ihe ohd fo'ks att, hm1(*I.
.phosu who have ademsmn . r
>ther business with I hw papwr o wth
i0h !tm1Ute110t will C01,11' a favor on
by palyinwr attetimn to theustat e:1nVnt.;
We II all 0111' 1erIchIts 1111, lIVe
t POOd rtns traLdO at!ld bO hI)I) *
tind that all t,b. roader- of Thle I ievldti
tind N",wNS may en 1y a pleNInt 1m)I
Good for 10 daly, on<din-g Decem.
b)er 314s, 1898, it the E'lito Photo
Jra I I 'v
I dozon nico Photographm for -)0(.
, dzoll nico Photograihlls for 30c
allory over Scholtz' Jeelry Store.
ARNI'O1IVS PUtN MAKERS '1(.
11411 k . 11 N11t l ..' a E:1L11.: 4'111V!A 11.
"8 :andling imOny.'
ILast nial Arliold's Ikun lMakers
1)pe.nIed tieiri week'I n4 ae nt atI tII
jwra ) 1woe. Thol-ugh ladics wve tlld
miLed free the hiouse was so Ihu-re as to
brelik ill previotIs Icecords here fol re
per-toirle companies. The ".S. It. 0."
;igrn Ws necessa-ily out, a -iort Lt.e
difter the or(10OS Were oeled.
Niv. Arlnold's coml"panly, whit-h has
been Very relicetly eL!oIganjti)jZ,!dl, pIte
siented the sueessfuil IEnIgisi comnedy
in five acts, "The Schooliliaster's Pit
pil, or. "The Littic Duchss." The
1t.1ud4irCe seemed well pleaised wVithi the
per'Iformanc.11e. The~I i banjo pialt11.1ieCs of
Joe Vanet werei excehlent and1( mer iited
severazl (encorI'4i' Thel4. 51une thi ng is
LIrue oIf t,hC elever' splciai.ty' act, (If HLiea
.1nd( Wat.ers, introducl ted( between t.he
1.h1iird and1 fourth acts. TIhey 1are a4
EVIIIS as thle Lilttle i)ueel, Aliss
Kathilei'n Ih:ow.aas tile l):zebes, of Arch
Snd I * !r l I . .I,s l h i s
4.t thec 01)e11 houls'. in[ NewbIerr1y m.xt.I
Al onday, 'JTe'ciay and1( Wedne(1itIIday
ni ig 11ts, t,h e 21,th, 2ath and11 28th.
an4.lize.d onI Salturday114~'I afternoo la)stI14..
Th is or'ganiza1i.tion is a4 11) mostlcommend(1
ile as5 well ais ai1 uni qu 1 ne and 1.14 it, is
htoped t,hat,1 the maids w'ill be up3
h eld and1( encoura14ged inl their goodI(
is ' S-weet (3htu'it-y " Hi~t ef to the (1is
treed( and14 suffering p1oor o211'(f th to1(wn
11os1 t, needed is the ai and11 amb11 1it ~in of
The folh>winlg (114ices wVere elected1:
S'reCsident, 1 Mi issE I'lizabeth Land.1 m; Vic
I'r'e.sidenIt, Al1iss Lall11. a i irt: NIecre
tar.Iy, Al1iss Nell Ale M all; Treatsurer01,
MI iss FannIIic 3leCaughin .
and1( b,uey' Al1e('ii up b in, .\bu-yI N'ance
Fauir, Neville IPope4, lIlln dones41. Pan-'
nie Mlay ('arowilo. ILois I"an1t, ILi'/zie and1(
The41 next, meeitin w1' l be behii 1 at, 4. the
re(sidlence of .\iis WV. ii. ( t1 arile, Jau
ary13 7, 18t1, at1. 4 lok.
''11onai1 .r l it n i I1..i* Ilnring 4 le wari,.'
Th1is wa's( t.h0 silubject oIf IDr S. A.
Steel's leet.ur a4lt the (1peral4 house1 on (I
1told uIs in ll i and1 14. impe1)4. yet, grapIJhie
languaige oIf sceneI1s and11 incidenuts inI to
s(o 1real and11 so t,ruie to facts 14. they ex
IStedl thtent, thamt thost who V11 i were (obl
eniOnighI to4 reQinebe hvt10'Iied ove 01 1 ia.in
not,. were'( able t(o realize fr'om his word(
pa1.1ittinlg) soineltin g of t.hose t,roublouis
''There was Ia good tadience priesentI.
anld the lecture' waVIs gr'ea4ty enjoyed,
anId thtose prl esent noem- t,ired(.
We will he 'l1ad 14) have IDri. Steel in
Newhcarry aIgt(int. lie is at pleasan4.lt and1(
RocIkiland Co).'s 1and( J. B Lewis &
Co.s Genlt' Cust.om-made, box call
Shoes at $2.50. F3 J. Wontnn.
We are prepare
.J. fl dsome Lamps,
Vases of al
Inwhop%l.--A handsomoe Jill
We would infori
25 cents off of every
dollar until st January,
1899, on the following
( l ()t h Ii II!" . 14,III- II i tu ,
Jewv Iry, ( a rpets,
-ugsF, te. Ete
On all goods in store,
No. I and up stairs.
Our stock has Leen re
plenished since our big
sale in October. This
is really a better of-erj
than we have everl
made. Spot cash. No'
Leader ot Low Prices.
Prosperity, S. C.
We are receiving new
goods almost every
day, and offer them at
reasonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
-Stop Buying on Credit
An ld pay .in lI .he eagl4'Plt) s debts. Go(
t,o Smith 's store amIll buy1 for' cash.
whe1.re yout will finrd e.vry article sold
onl its mierit.. Noithaing. 'oldi at.Or belowi
~ost,* as not one1 (can li cL at, thalt. wit.hout
over hr.i ngI'lIt you for somet01hin. else.
If you stee un. t.hing~ hung out al Or hie
low cost tlt the ba01)1it an Rd let, tis sort
alon11e if you) doI not,~'I wan t get cauIghlt*.
for it is but aL bait for snekes.
rf you wat, to buy goods at, a small
No1100 of Fiil tlol01101101t 811(l D)l8r118110.
T(Yll, Ii IS Ilie i Yrt ' (' G IVIuN
.ilt' ha Ii cli ill J naiiit- A 1 lal .I s iu;
i I 'cliock inl I he forn 111.1, and4 L will
ih. r''.le r a paply for h t,'I..A d ~iisry
iNolice to Pi llt Wlims.
Al l iSO NS II()0i -I NG
1.kclaim s atgatinst, thle (:ountr~y a1re
hereby) nlot.ilied aLirti1iired t.o lpre4nt
themi duily at test e1td (1n0 or fIi be foaualf,
SLALND FOR SALE.
('1 OO) TI'tAC'.l' OFI I A NDI C)N
UT tin lling 0ne hundr11 ed aIcres, witLI
in It hn01 una'tcionina nlo int
d to offer'for ver
ef Boxes,. Neck
11 oi, CII' ritmas Chla'(sand t( C''oll,
'n our friends th
EfS IN PA'
TllF KPMATE OMe SOU11'11 C('.
1,1 NA-NEW IUtI.' IY (0UN IY.
ChaI'IIr I Its .. P'I l, 1-4 A I I I I i.t r.
o' h ti i I 1-mi III I stat. of W aIt I tet r
SeI Ih, d ve w t . I, ' Phti I I i , A sn It I 1I,
i' rI 1 8 m111 iI t, 1 I llai , 1) rv'Id.
1}Y~~~ ()i () E'i.lL (' i; ,
. - der i I lil - ilr, I. 1 h- h.N
, r . '. I' .s 8 I . . ,
(sl)e a , ) thIn .1(iu-rI, (I)1I .i. ll )-,
tae of I-mil :At1. let I i i I tid %ite I-I Y
1111d St(:11 ', 1 11 o . 11!i ( 1g . r II u I y 11 v
It 61nS, II 1 )I vo bS;. I le . I, by,. I
hito or )r. ! ' sl-ab, \V i
( ' i ( ', '1 ; L4 - ('il %kiI aI :11"I (ith Ol r1 .
I 'r:11. I a l -- ' Ceuf I :i--4, i6 n,
of t'-1 I-a il p.riS11 to h ei 11-.
by b :1 1 of h (un-1'+ I and i. re -
gago of the pnl- Ivi.e l .c-4 illh !(,:\ i
to t Iw( purf.b.-s.r tv I' .In il 'i.at pav-1
IIwll in % iloi o i n i n. 1 1 11. IiI IuOiln (S .
f r f'il- to (<u Ill y ih r II 11c-w Of lit
ainl wiiI tIl. res.1 1 n -S.I; N.;t -i o n rl II
ilI: fi i - 6!Salo Ill v sk (it 1- - pre1111
626r. 11 ''utha8'2r to '1 .I'Ly o pa r find
(lw., it I 1 1.ty 1%. 1I I0I0 I'i',i If
(\\1 W . II 1 1. 1. 1
I)' nuier lth,t 1io':l 1p '1,e1:
or aster's Safles.
}Y i0111'v? .' T ile (')(. ;
. i er- in, I will 11 l to I 1- higho-1 ,
hiddor, (Ibe-fo l e th e Co tll't, I w-.wat. LNew\\
he(1rrY, Solith 01'aOHIna, ()n (II0 i N 10Ao -
hily ll d .haui:u-y, II, -ic.
n : .e PfT n h .lonl, P'laintilf, .
Nvul Dtar -f,l)iedailt..
A IlI .hIat lot, pivce a 1 .ravi, o f ha'Il
eontaininit fo ' vvin ( 1-) avi-c-4, mowi.
or. lvs, " Sittitt. inl -.auid c oun IIty Itld
Stau., about, ihie muilcs fromn Ne \-we
ry coult, houIs and then I'mlt-d by
hnsiIS of M. WV. and A. Y. MloOrm'Iii,
tinic Jolhnstone and th IhItwk .lack
TI-:?N, lv SA'J.:: n1-lu1a if cn-1, hal
ita 11 111 itI I t h1wev%, mt hs,) w i hIS tI
saod. W WThecrditpotin ob secured
y low prices, a ha
AND GT G1
Tie Cases, Dresr
at WO are pi'epa
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Promrpt Attentioni Givoln
Lea."v (' p I
1 a ank of e i a
A''~; rih .t o H (
dono a t .is - -r. o-.- - .i s a
i ~lucIi v iliI'l LI ii :l -'tr 0
I II 1d. (( 'I !I.' 11 I,
W H. NEWBERc!cV. M.t ..P
M i M
ndsome line of
')ing Cases ......
he Lattest 81tyleIS...I
loid N()ve I e I --i
red to meet all
juposI Wood Coffiql
to all Orders
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