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ucklee's Arnica kanvo.
The best Salve in the world for Cut
11rulses, Sores, 1Ulcers, Salt .itheur
- ever Sotcs, Tettir, Chia ld Hand
(hils1, Corns, and all 1-kin Eru
Sims, and plisitively eures 'iles, or n
gy reviured. It is giaranteed to gv
JreA.t stlairantion or money refun ed
Prle 25 centis per box. 14%r sale b,
it,h,:rt,ion & 4 1iler and W. E. Pelham
- Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
To Oure a 0old in One Night
Take Van Lteat's Cold Capsules for L
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 2
cents at all druggists, Guualanteed t
cure or money refunded. t&fom
Programmne for Tencisr' Astoclation,Ja:
Arlthmetio-W. 1. Wallace.
Geog:aphy and History Taught To
gether-I. M.- Monts.
Pestalozzi- Prof. C. B. Cromer.
Meeting II o'clock to 1.
H. A. A brams, Semretary.
A red Cow with liorns has estrayet
from my promises. Information as- t<
her whereabouts wanted.
Mackintoshes, Overcoats and Cloth
g going at 25 to 35 por cent reductior
t S. J. Vooten. 2L
ow Sat,ins in all the pretty evening
ades for party dressing or wedding
.caslons at 35c and 50c at
-t&f tf A. C. Jones.
nter Tourists Rates via South. rn Hall.
The Southern Railway placed' or
eale November 1st round trip tourist
tickets to all important winter resorts
in Geora and Florida. Also to Nas.
son and Cuban points. These tickets
will be on salo until AprIl 30th, final
limit returning May 31st. For furthev
informat.!on apply to any Souther:
Railway agent, Or
J. 13. HExvwAun,
Traveling Passenger Agent.,
New Ties. new Handkerchiefs, now
gems for the Ch ristmas trado at
&f tf A. C. Jones.
Jamieson has a Christmas present
for every customer in cut prlcis. Suilts
$16.50 now $12.25; $11.50 now $8.15. t&itJ
After the first of January, 1899, thC
charges for telephones will be as fol
Residence phones $1.50 each per
3usiness phones $2.00 each per month.
ReSidnlIC0 ph011e3 for all out of town
connections $1.'5 each per month.
Busincss phones for all out of town
connections $2 25 cach per mont,h.
Rate for non-subseibers for each
five minutes talk for any out of town
i'connectiotj 'vill be 15 cents.
Subscrbars:who do not' desiro out of
town rate will pleaso notify me. Ir
the absence of notice will presume thc
out of town rate Is destred and will be
charged at that rate. . . Fioy m
If you want to buy nice substantial
Christmas P resen ts that your fr~ienda
will appreciate go to A. C. Jones' Casf
-Store. t&f tf
Fields andt Ha'ason's MlistrelIs.
Tihe patrons of high-class mInstrls.3
will have an opportunit,y of witnessing
a fine performance at the opera houst
Friday night by the Fields and [Han
son's Celebrated M instrels, a company
thtat is indeed colossal not alone ir
numbers, but in talent as well. Thi:
organization has been known to thu
p)ublic for several years and has novel
lailed to keep good fait,h with the pub
lie as of yore. The~ company has beet
thoroughly recorgani1zed for this season':
'work and inchrdes in its membershit
:artists of well-known reputation, head
-ed by the world's known favorit.es
1"lolds and [Hanson, who staLnd in th<
'highest rank as musieal commodlans
The ncts are new and original with thi
company. Please bear in mind thi
coterie of artists appear here for~ on<
night only. Secure your seats at one'
:and avoid the rush at the door.
Mrs. Lucy C. Longshorc was her:
F~ebruary 10, 18(61 and died at hom
.November 1I, 1898.
Thomas Birown Lelt'zscy, the 4-yeai
old son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Bi. Leitz.sc3
died at their home on Wedn!esdla
evening of this week. "SuTor th
little children to come unto me an
forbid them not, for of such is th
kingdom of heaven.'' The parents hay
our sympathy in this their sad hour<
IHIr last sufferings were intense an
,'were borne wit,h Christian submissiom
Her disconsolate husband andl is
oh ildren are left, on these mortal short
to mourn their loss. F'rom the time<
ha~r yout.h she was a Christian ani
loved her church to the end of her life
S.>me of her~ childre~n preceded her 1
the grave and by their dust she swoo
ly sleeps at Trinity, await,ing the resu
rect,ion morning. A good woman ha:
gone to her recward.
D. TI L L10t.
Your Ht,s Interests
WVill be served by making sure
healt,h. It will be aL loss of time t
money to be stricken with serious I
noes. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla al
purify your blood. In this wa~y all germ
of disease wvill be eIxpelled, sicknc
and suiTering will lbe avoided, and yo
health will he preserved. Isn't this
w ise cou rse ?
HooD's PIfA,s are the only p)i11s
take wit,h Hood 's Sarsapatrilla. P'ri
DIecember 11, 1898, by Royv. M.
lRnkin, at, the residence of the brid
father, Mr. I. Mc. Smith, Mr. Ch
D). Whitman, of Spartanburg, and M
Nettle Leo Smith, of Nowberry Coun
Mr. Jas. N. McCaughrin Is hom1o fu
miss mell Kaniner, or Camdvien,
k expected in the c!t,y to-Iorrow.
Miss Thyra Schmpert arrived how1
from school Wedliesday night.
SRotnembor The flerald and New
w will print but ono Issu next week.
Mrs. W. W. Danle, of ciolumbin,
visitintg her brother Mr E. II Ainl.
SeC notice of electi6n of suhordinat
ofilcers by .he city council in allothe
Mrs. J. B. Goff, of Johnston, is on
visit to her parants, Dr. and Mrs. J. W
MIss luietula lClintock from th,
r108bytian College arrived In th,
Miss Mary Law McClintock frol
11oriday is 1)011ding the Uh8ristima
holid tys at home.
Mlisi Spear-1an, of Whitmires, I
sponding a few lays in the city witi
I'elaLtIVQ'. anld frienlds.
Mrv. It. [I.J llinstonle, w:o is lIteaihn
at 13arnwell, is hlomi1e to spend th0 1hol,
days with his father's family.
Rev. A. J. Bowers will preach in t,h<
Methodiut church next Sunday morn
Ing. The public is invited to atten<
There are just lots of pretty goods it
the stores yet, and still all the mier'
chants tell us they have had a goot
Christmas trado. -
The attention of those who 111Lve no
naid their townl taxes is called to thc
noticeo elsewhore in these columnn
touching on this milatter.
Miss Virginia Aiken, of Cororaco
after- spolnd ing tile nlighL wIth her frient
ad school mate Mt iss Thy rt Sul u r po.
loft for homie yesterday imorllinLy.
.1. A. Richardson's family, of Spring
Hill, boarded the train here ThutsOaS
for Newberry, where they will Iuk.
their future home.-Chapin News.
Tobe Dawkins, for it long tilic a bar
her at, Newherry, suffered a stroke o
paralysis last week from WlhicI h
never recovered and ho died oil Sn1daty
Wo hope all the readters of The Her
ald and News along with all mialnkinl(
mmay enjoy a happy and iL pleasait
C , st,mas and iL inospeirous New Year.
M ISs Bessie Gilder, who has been vis
iig ill Kentucky, hits retunied hom<e
accompanied by Miss Olive Fant,, 01
Flemingshturg, Ky., who will spend a
while inl Newberry.
The college boys are all off to their
homes for the holidays. We hope t,be.y
iay have a pleasalnt Visit, [ld reui'r
to its invigoratted and bring with then
manully niew students.
Theroe will be an entertainment gix 0
at, the residence of Mr. V. C. Wilson
on Friday night., Decemher 30th, foi
the betiefit of Smyrna church. Ad
mission fee 15 cents.
.1. K. Derrick left Tuesday evening
for Lexington, wheire he goes to Ittten
the m1arriage of his uncle, Prof. S. J
Derrick, of Newberry, to Miss Mat y
H iller of Lexington. The happy eveni
takes lace todaiy.-Chapi n News.
Mr..ldward 13. Wilbur', of Newberry
has1 a very'3 lnt.eresting arttice in lasi
week's Manu fact,ur's Record r'elativt
to Sonthern cotton mills and cottot
mnanufacttuing. T1he article dealh
lar'gely wit.h staitistics, embraces con
siderlel literary merit and1( reilect.
much credit on the auther all r'ound -
Dilton Heralud, D)ec. 15.
Mr. J1. WV. I'sarhlardt, has beeni re
eleted A ldermaan of N ewber'ry fron,
his Ward without oppor)it,ion. The bal1
ance of the AIdermeon had str'ong 01pp)
slt,ion, and it was ai hand:(some it'oa ni
tioni of Mr'. Eiarhar'dt,'s ability that ha
should ho elect ed withoumt opplosit,ion
Uo is aL nlat,ive of th is plaice, and1 New
berry In honoring him l hs~ hionior'e
L JexinIgton.--lexington D)ispatch, Dre
Mlanager iHowmanl has seenradd Are
old's Fun Mfaker's ats the Chrtistinits at
tra&ction at,. the op)era house. Th is ex
collout clompaniy will openlf a thrIe
n tighits' engageme it next Monday ever
ing pre'scntintg the laughalble Yanke
-comedy, "'O: Jnt.a inJOhIIIt Cuba.'" L::
dies will be ad mitt.ed fr'ee on Monda
night If ac(compan11 ied by~ aL perIson wit,
a palid 301 cents ticket,. I 'rice's 10. 2
U anid :30 cent s. Ma it.ine11 Wed nesdlay 2.:
1 o'clock. Reserved1 seeas now on saLl
eiat, Scholtzi's jelr1y store. Sech:r
ethem early and avoidl the ruish.
f o,Good Pint,.un; Chen p
ThereC1 iO no ned tor' anyb3'ody to se'n
d printing away fronm Newberry to hiaLr
it (lone. The Herldl( and1( News is pri
pared to do Iirist. class work as cheap
e any' 1 priting house. llriefs, mn inutIe
s orn anly clauss oif comimercial pineting r
f ood. paiper' as5 (lcap ats antyono \\
del ciiver promp) tly Eind at figures tha
Iknoc(k comnpetition squareu itn the hivat
The faict, is-verIy fewV p.eole sendt aiwi
0 fromi home to got, thieir pr int.lnir f
t,bey haIve learned that The 11erald it
News <,ifiece is prepa red] to do it just.
cheap atnd more promptly than they ca
s have it dotnc elsew here.
W'e are0 just, fin'shIng uip our t.hird s
of innt.cils sin)ce,0 he imidd le of Novei
her. The min t.es of thel AsasociaLte it
20.0 copies were piInted Iln just ti
Iweeks. in two weeks more weh
id. fInished t.he iniutes of the Lutiher
l Synod of 8out,h Cairol inaI conttalining
adIi pages and1( 2(000 opies. This week
as have print,cd0( the minutes of the Lut
sa t,heran S4ynodl of Georgia. In addit.i
ar to this we hatve pit.eCd s'veiral bi<
a durIng this tiimo and two( issues of t
Styluz. antd just, thouisandis of envelop
bill head1s, dodgers and ro on. We
to now readyg for t,he next, job of miniul
cor a hook or any thinig else.
The facet is the people of Newbei
hatve been very kInd to us In the way
keepIng our job ofilce busy hut then
.pinit It so) (ch11ap is to their iinterest
3's ido It, and we try to be couIrteous a
SIpolite to eveirybody.
'Whenever you want any job prInt.
198 done constult Tile Herald and News
's. fore yon award your contract.
Tito New Conutiol 'I ak.e the 0, tit tf 4)lce
asiel i tile*inwm to Work-i'x.bloyor
S EvOnp V' i 41 by t.tll Police Force.
Sp# eIeaIIC1 i Hel ; ',g,"tutito0ns.
Tle recent'y elected city council
took the oath of olice yesterday morn
linlg at 10 'clock at. tihe council chaim
hers. and the mayor and aldermen have
s assiumed t.heir respect.ive duties.
'I'lhe retiring counlil met and received
the members of the now council and
r remlilnilled in eelt during t,be inaugura
tion. The oaths were administered by
Clerk of Court A. J. Gibson.
TIe members of the policU force were
lesent, and just before tbe oat,hs were
adiini'istered Hon. U. L. Blease arose
ani in a Very cimpillieil-Y Ilimiey ier.
presented Ih vae retiring ma1yor, on tic
part of thel pol icemen01, at halndsomle and
vaiuale walkinlg cane. Mi. Mleuse
spoke Very flatteringly of Mayor l'vans'
past career and administration as the
chlef executive of the city of Newberry,
stating that the many permanent il
provellients In tihe eity would Stand its
i ljiil Ig mlontuiment, to i his wise anld
Mr. Evans responded .i a happy
manner, and in exteni ng his thaiks to
the ollicers for the handsome token of
their esteem, paid a glowing tribute to
the police force of Newberry, whom he
said had no sipetriors in all the broad
Ci'ef Hunter thanked the mayor for
the many kindnesses shown him and
his men dring the past three years.
nild asbilred Iim that their relations
had ever been pleasant.
I11mmledliately after the inauguration
lex-Mayor l'vans arose andi(I a(ldressing
Mayor Alayer, siid that it was a plels
ure for him to turn the afairs of the
city of Newberry over to his sic,essor
and couill-it body of monii whom le
knew would pwoteet every interest and
welfare of the city. Ile stated that, he
tiirniled tile city over in good condition
--the strecets the best in the history (if
th-2 town, and while it was true that
money had bee: spent, it had been
Spent as he an(1 iis council thought,
best-on last,)ig aId permanent im
Alderman EIpting arose and in a few
well chosen words cinilorsed all that
te mayoir had !%aid concerning tile elli
clency of the police force, and extended
his congratil ations to the new council.
Mayor Mayer thanked tile retiring
imayvor and aldermen for their kind
words and conlgratulatios ald an
nounced that, the new coneil was
ready for ililless, and Went iilicdi
at.ely int.o session.
According to notice elsewhere, tile
eleetiol for sub-ordinlate officers will
be held oil AMondaiy, January 2nd.
Good for 10 days, cuding Decom
ber 31st, 1898, at. the Elite Photo
I dozoil nico Photographs for 50c.
, dozoi nice Photographs for 30c.
Gallery over Scholtz' Jewelry Sto e.
The wveat her co(nt,iniues cold1.
Our school full and muovinug on nicely
Prof. R. C. Coun ti i attende1d thie
tttch.-rs' micetinig lit (d ini Newberiy
Uncle Gieorge Whelieler, of Pr~ioi
. perit.y, visit,ed Prof. .1 . S. Whieelci's
,famiily here last week.
-Miss .N &VIa Le leiri'e, of I l'rOSper ' y,
visited tile Misses Nates of thlis sect.on
-chaplel chutrchi last, Sunidaiy and1( hleard
- an interesing seemon delivtered by
Rev. C. P. Boozer'.
Misses Sallie Cook anld Alma TUart
man1 ~pentl Pmriday nighit, with Miss
- iessie Counts.
M lr. McCorley wife and1( child, (If
Salud:t county, visited Mrin. D). H.
Cook's family last, we ek.
Our peopijle iarei alil enjoyineg puidd(inmg
We wish T1he HeIrald anld News typOs
i anmd reiaders ai pleasaniit Christ,mas andi a
0 hiapoS rew year.
(Glad we had tile pileasuire of meeting
e our i'end( Cladhopper ai few days ago.
Our 1pool Ic are ahitifi t,br'oughl with
their work no-. and getting ill shaipe to
(1 oiji>y tile Chiss r~.'ii easbon.
e WeV. sp)ent, Sattiurday niigh t wIth Mrin.
T.l,. WXicker's kind family. Mrin.
Wicker and1( brot,ber showed uis Lv)
n of the liac~st h ogs of t.heir own ra 'isintg
Stbat, w e hav IIeenCI thiis season0.
1..Rev. S T1. Hlallman, 1). 1)., of Prios
y~ perity, visite I amlongst hmis mieimbeirs in
u tils setlin last, week.
IS Mr I. JI. A Kinard is building at d well
ni tng house for Mr. II. 1I. Miller of Mt,.
illgrim Is ect,ioni.
.. Mr. '. H1. \Vicker Is gett,ing at lot of
-cor, i uood on his place near Slighs for
it tile C., N. & f4. Raiii(l.
d( Tlhe pepilIs of our1 schlool w':ho haive
nl attainled an alverage of 90D for the see
01nd mon01th hamve been pllaedl on the
honor001 ioll as follows:
a l A rthurim C~ou nt, I vani Seatse, Ed mi
*fs S-ease, Mamnie (Counits, Alma F'ellcrs
hie I Lola Kibller', P'ct D)ominick, Fr'anla
,re' War'd SchumporIClt, WVIllIcio)ominiek
es R->l Holand, Lucy Whleeler', Rlosalti
Wheeler, (Chamrli1o Schumnpert, Omuerb
ry Singicy, P'earil WVat,s, Omieric Loi'ickc
of. Cyril 19ense, L"urmndu Dominick, MIag
tn gie St.one, (Olivye Counts, D)aisy F'eller'e
,nd1 Keister Wheeilcer, Lecon[ard( Sease, R~a3
mond1 )01 Doinick, Ju iliat1011 Sc hert
")g 10oline WVheeler, IHeniie It(,aind, 1'0ssi
Wort.s. Clairedco Worts. SIGMA.
We are preparei
Vases of all
A handsomne Lini
We would infori
AtNOLD'S FUN MAKElRS.
1110 U;opaintiy Opoesn Itst Hnitagemot to
"Hall(Iiung Ioo:n only."
itst, night Arnold't, Ful lakers
opened their week's engagement at. the
opera house. Though ladies were ud
mit-ted free the house wits So litige its to
br-eak all previous records here for I
per-toir-e compalies. 'T1he 'S. It. 0.''
sigii wits necessarily out, it short time
after the doors wer.e. opelned.
MIv. Arnllold's coniitiny, wich i has
been very -ecently oi-gitatlized1, pre
Senlted the suiceessfil Elnglish coimedy
in live itts. "The Schoohnitstvir's ti'l
pil,' or. "The itle Duchess " The
auldie.C seemlued well pletsud wit,h t.he
per-form11anile.e. The halljo specialties of
.Joe Vane were exe.llent ilnd meriited
several menos. Tht same tionlg is
true of the elever specialty itet of iltCia
tid \Valters, inlrodlut'd between the
thiird and fon-ith acts. They are a
goodi ta. T1he Wot " of NlIiss Ithlel
I.,vanls its tihe Lit i )Duchez's, M iss
Kathleen Dows its tle DI(ivchess of A relh
aand nti it r '' . I. Io'e its .1ohn Ai ns
worth was h1ighIly comitended.--The
This excelleit. company will appear
at, t,m opeit house in Nwberry nexi,
Monlday, '.l'lleday and Wed nesday
lirlts, the 26th, 27th antid 28th.
mscoveret 3by a "onim.
Another great is-overy has been
11110o, iald I hat too, by a lady in th ll'
cotn:ry. '"Disea'se faisenled itsv itelth I
ti it it her t fill for t'evefl Yea,l sitiv witl -
st-otl itj steveremt. t- tI, but. her vital
orgnits w e un,triderniled and de-11t
so- ndt- 1itille 11111-1. For tihn!e 111olithm
ste etughed inlesoittly, and oild nalit
sleep. She linilly dIsoivered a way to
r ooverv, boy nur (i'g of uie it lintle
of Dr. King's New ) stavery fiir C, i.
81s1ptioln, ilnd w%%s o m111-ehl r-elitvi-t
ot n atig i rat d. e, that,ish e slept. al
ntilb ; and1( with t wo botLlies hsa' it
absoltIely onured. I ler' namte is Mr s
ILthetr [Lutz. Thus writ's WV. (. Hlian
naick & ('o., of SI'elby, N. C. TIalt
bot lIes tree' at. I Roa ertn & (lIders'
lland P1ethamt's D)rug Slorte.
Iteguira size 50)e attd 1 (11. 1very hot -
Z/Aier' Brios. I1'ine Sh tes ftot Ladiels
in llieks andi TVaas both in luLt,0. iandt
Hi als., *3.50, no0w $2.(i5
t&f. tf. A t Jlamiesoni's.
N4OTICE OF ELECTION.
J.. tat the Town CJounilt illt holdi
ano election ont Mnday1123 Jlt1auar 2nd,
18139, iit 7 o'clock p. ma., for thte follow -
Cleark and T1reasurier at, ai sahar'y of
Cief ofdh llice at, a staary of $50 per3
'T'hree l'elicemni at1 *35 petr amonth
One St reet Overseer at, at satlary of
Lamlt"ighter' anti Janitor at a salar'y
(If *2) per103 mont.
A ppliient,ins musIt,t he0 it hanLd writintg
(If atpplicatnt , except thait Of LamligLhit,
er3 and11 .11anitor1, and hane itotll3 the Clerk
o3f th tac owtn (ouncil beforet the houra of
metetinug. "'ar any furi'ther itnformiatioat
appiily toI '!erk anid''a istter.
C. A. HOW\AlIAN,
C & T1. T. C. N.
Dee. 22. 18918.
TOWN TAX NOTICE.
*NOTICE IS It tl RUY (lIEN
. thtt on and after Janu1 tary l0th,
I 19, oxecut,tions wVill hel issued1( against
dol iinent taxpIayers~ for. towna taxes.
lI y order of T1owni Coilneil.
C A. lIowMAN,
Deceher22.189. <. & 'r' '3'. C. N
Noti00 of I ill8180tt10111O11t ail(d D1)h50!18
N OTlICI' I4 II IRMiY GlV iE
. tt we will make aC settlemrien tt)n
t e st att or MIrs. Sa io Werits, d!e
totcated, int thtt Il'roh to Cour it for' Ne'w
herryt~ Couta,y L, S. IC , oni Mo nd ay tie
1 lith.11 January, A. D). I1899, at, 1i o'cloe'
in the foretn(ooni, anti will imnmedate9
ti.htireafter apply)11 fotr iet,terls d1ismeisstut ,
as I'xettdor' of sil? estIat.e.
All persons htoldin g clins atgainus
dulyv attested, an rd thosle 1indlebted ti
t,be'said e4tale wvill miake paymentt 03
or before thtat diate.
Notice to Ureditor.
or demrandi' itgainast the~ estat,e
.I ,otiis Cr'ede, deren 'd, i -e not1 iedt
iender In sameTi 1 tie-oath on or befo03
t' .h 31st day oif ) ce nhot, 189)8. to t.'
- unditer'signted orI is 35 >rney10, I Lamble
At i Dra lUIAItD SCIIOI.TZ,
AdminotisItrt'aorn (If tbejpersontal1 esta
i to offer for ver
ef Boxes, Neck
) Of Chlristias (.'ards and( (;f"0el
-n our friends ti
ES IN PA
k GILDER, Dn
Ad ve r. lawd 1.et t4 rs.
List of letters rem inintg in tills
ollice for week enlding J)eeeiiher 17,
13--Selda irown. Mrs. A ggie Boly.
C--Josephine Olson, .11aeoh ClAtrik,
Anna nnm e.
)- Lucindi i)aLwnel, ( 41) iCkert..
G-James 1. G1rah1am.
I1I-- Biessie Illamptonl, .1. C. I lollifichl,
Wtaiuts IlenI, Jaky lorton, 1annie
J-Asie .loh nson, Nora .Jonws.
U'--vie Mlart.in, J1 G. Mllithanl,
N-G. S. Noland.
() -l'. 11. Odell.
IR-Mlary L. Nickard.
S--'. (. Soreloe, Cornilns Sims,
.1. (. Siulivan. Sadie Swuzthel, Salle
T lajor Towell.
W--T. C. & G. \V illiams. Miss lue
W illiamlis, 1-Alie W ilson, Mlary C. W il
liamns, Genire Witker, SaImIIel Wil
l li s.
l'ersonls vallinlig for. t host. tllvtis will
pleakso Say I hoy wero advel-l-i-1.
W. V. V\I, I'o-iater,
CO111cli1iul Mondlay liffit, Dec. 26!
Matinee Wed'day 2.30
Change of P'lay ian1d Specialties at,
Arnoll's Fu falers
Optenitng in tlb reat Y'ankee Comedy,
Our Jonathan in Cuba.
The stronigest and best C'ompany on
the road playing at
10, 20 and 30c.
IHelIinted, 'Iciasi ng and U p-to-date
i\Ionday nighIt whIeiintaccompanie.d by
a personi' wih ai pali(ldOe. t,iket if pni -
ebiased before p. mi.
1&gitIeie :td se.at s sale ope1ns at
Sebtolt z/'s .1 t'welriy Store Saturdaty mtorai
ing iat 1d0 o'clock.
Newberry Opera House
Only OnQ. Poeiformiance!
Fields & Ha18on1s
Trllo) 'O B
Ac00io1110i (iFh1'8il WIiooI of Morl'loll
38 "HOT MF.MBERS" 38
Ol1\ N) D(CONCI'iIt ' N D
81I'4 ihCll 0('0n i0it6lL,
I'i(~lIl t' h e ti e ly hite , "Tes.in1
DO NOTCItySS1 ."dt
Hbow'er't "et o shit.
he dazlin dril.ew l dply t, "Thie Gri
y low prices, a h(
AND CUT G]
Tie Cases, Drec
lnI Rolliet of
I u';! A B:g LinoeW0of4.1
iat we are prep(
Iggists, on ill
Tlie bost. and h-gest. Stock of
in the eitv.
I o't 1.mlake youi( 'bristm a.s
)urv'(* 1111tinil ,yvoll hinve ex..
.111inedl (m l' sto .k.
We iave the good1s :111d
lit 111st. he Soldl,
GIVE US A CALL!
I JI I'I(LBIJC i)
Dee-Hive of Bargains
STANIDS AI11A<>) 0' A1,1,
M P~'IT I O Ril
)ilt IMME.KNSX, PUl'tWlAsl-'S I-N
ables s to in s he
yo Id t. h n t reach of all possile compt.
No offlers of oi pet itio en it he
t.ide, of enItn-rydift.inl, frvomn i.he
furIV 01its I bane ff h llngeon
Living,0 aikin Ad(risrs<.
Our iT l i 11 111)I)el&
chfe as e do.t Ilus Ll (~he
(f do y \tiar i rad*ing w it i g
T hei.. f 'ar and 1 Sipure ~l h ler
STATE ()l'' St>l Til . (\I) lNA,
Jil 01)I 1V I'' 1-':\V i u V.
ILoiil .lI,ht. i ('to.,l i v. : ho .l . Tar-01
~ I I rlnte .ian(1..
3 toinedirct.d rei, I will s.
indsome line of
'1hc Ijaitest stykeS...
IIlold N oveltes is
ired to meet all
25 cents off of every
dollar until st January,
1899, on the following
Dr (y Go,)ds, Trun s,
H ugs -; )E4 . I -"t (e-.
On all goods in store
No. I and Lip stairs.
Our stock has been re
plenished s;nce our big
sale in October. This
is really a )etter offer
than we have ever
made. Spot cash. No
Leader of Low Prices.
Prosperity, S. C.
C HOCO LAT ES
in beautiful packages
from one to five
.\ls) in) pre'tIy l'rechliaskol(ts!
These goods are put
Lp especially for the
Young's Drug Store.
AT COPELAND Bros'
(GoodIs sohlI at lower lprices
110ilu iferior goodIs arO sold1
for at0 other places.
Th est is i 5l~ a s 1II3 'Ihtpet-es
per3illy ii you VSIn boy th iso iest, as
hea3 p sx we'1 :il II. ~ W-- ) kep L goo(1
stock,l *'rissyI )'eh-eted, ofr I>ry (Goods,
1I re' S 'sod's, ( 'losiig, Shsu , IlalO,
l';sa lI , .N 'st nH, () eei's.tk I';55hroirler y1,
Ii?n3'5s, litsbon,(no1ves, Iland(ke'rciefsr,
I loI ery'I5 , Ihnbuiisux, ?tIac'kinitosh ('oatss,
W2f SELL THEM THIS WAY:
(:i Ia (isis 3S * li s Calco,-ic
-15 i nchl Ii b-avy Shirt(ing, 5c.
5)I 51 4il po , 1e.
Ii 30b I Iea5vy .Dilb-. 'ic.
Hood03 '. z a oI l i5*eotnsi, Isige.
, i iv'.- 8)uits Ii and upI.
I nvy' Broganis frosl ?65. to $1 25.
i Idrs' 'n '* She om 501lc. to *; 150 pr.
1I ls Wool Ii lig I >rtess tI Ios10.
I "51 "Is "is "0 3Id. r ie
( )is'ahx ' ''i nor h .a$.5
S.: 51 00 " " I " " $I.C5.
- I 50 " " " " $1.15.
"i: to al0.5*5
I' ad(1v intet his , . r ni c andC lf(
si eha I'trom $1 .00o t. $5 00), accordinsg to
(IoIC no Sh adwywl.roeay