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-l Buehet Balvo.
The beet Salve I world for CufA
Bruise.,. Sores'- U , Salt Rheum
Pever F-rc.:, Tett haped -Hands
Chilblatns, Corns, a, kn Erup
tianis, sad positivel bt-H Plies, or no
Oay requred. It is aAteed to ve
rfeot sasfaction o.oney rdfned.
rio 25 oents per . or Wae by
Robertson & Gilder W. 9. Pelhaw.
*. .Coton et.
-0 oreoted by J. W ry & Co.
Middling ........................ 510.
To Care a Cold no Night
Take Van Lear's Col psules for La
Grippe, Cougbe and ; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists uaranteed to
cure or money refund taf6m
- I?phone-Su bere.
las a the'follo new Phones
to your list:
Bardin, H., C. (Reside 130
Evans, [11eff.JROide 128
McClintook,-E. . ( noe) 15
Dickert, G. Y. (Resid ) 129
Mazyck,N. ly(Reside 124
2t W. Floyd.
A Contravt t t.
ntr Ilijhe le the lowest
aiito b H'isbarn a d a porch to
the partonage of St. 's Lutheran
fl oroh, of Newberry Co y, on Tues
day, January 17, 1899, 10 o'clock.
?peciftations to be giv n that day.
J. D. EALY,
,G. B. LL,
W. a. YDT
J. A. IDLER
T. A. ING,
B ess Corn.
I"d Co. s andJ. Lewis &
Co.s 1ts' Custotn-m box calf
Shoes at $2.50. S Wooten.
- SefWs e-adk and T $5.50 hand
made Shoes, now $3.98.
t&t- tf. At leson's..
We advise all our pe e .to visit
Flynn's immediately an get their
ph arq 9he barg4ins. 1t
-_ To 0acuse .Tobire ture.
We, the citizens of Ne ry County,
desiring to discuss the, isibality of
4i"nWn'g tobaccef r'the osent year,
1hd0by cli ; meeting all persons
&*reto pla4t $oba to meet at
-" ~ C. Sv on Satay the 7th
day of Js -Arf n kt'at 1clock a. m.
- 1. A. C LISLE.
JAMES J ANE.
J. W. 1WE.
JAMES S UMPERT.
- WELOH BUR,
C. E. SU ER.
J. H. CH ELL..
J.PU LL. --
i all-woo Teai-'O19
t&f. t. At J41ieson's.
After the first o Jangary 89.he
ebarges for telephrnes will
Residence phones $1.50 th per
Buitness,pbnes,$2.00 each p month.
1sifenc'6, hon~e -for all oDf t6 wn
co ietions$I. 75 eae per pno h.
ihsess plNones fat all Ot t bwn.
.connections $2.25 each per nio4 .
'e, for hon-subscribet.s ~*each
five hinntee talk for any out town
connection will be 15 cents.
, lsriibers who do not deshi out of
..oC l 'rate will please notify ec. In
the absen'ce of notice will pree the
out of town rate is desired an 41l be
1Tia'e at fthatr9e..
Central Luther League
r held at 13 Pillip's 1 u~h,
Janidery 21, 1899./
Devot1ional exercises by tlp si5
The Luther League as a ~'ternal
B.LPg her, )Bo6s, d.. S. le tien and
'V. K. Sligh.
Recitation by Miss Maggie rre.
- ]he rmisbi.oji of 'the Cent Luther
kiJe*e.-11Bs Marie Bobb,- s. J. J.
Long, J. B. Fox and S. T. H nan.
,Esay-Home Mission Fl 1-Miss
Blargakrffered heretofore o mat
ter at JJa.pers cent redifeti were
merQl tite to what, Is now ing of
fered a*lynn's'Cash Store. is sale
is palying thg other roercha . 1t
SZeigler Bros. F"ine Shoes fo Ladies
in Blacks and Tans both in 13 t. and
t&f. tf. At Jami on's.
Qid U Cbau a Chi istmas jresent
stor every customer in cut price . Sits
:016.50 now $12.25; $11.50 now $8. '. taf if
Twg Cold Fee .
inoi* in fact that we have laid in
extra su y of Hot Water Bottles
f, tb tand mq~fpr6 of all frige
That extra supply we mentier
means a good deal. We bought
lot atu low4 price,. you .can buy,4
slimrf way, At
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
--. Drug Store
Zoigler Bros. Fine Shoes 'for Muise
,in t2als, and Butt. $2.25 now $1.75.
t&l, t. At Jamieson's.
''Nifotunat'ely for Flynn, but fortumr
sately for the peo pie of N wherry, on
of the wealthiest in the Flynn comnbid
has diedl. which throws the entire stoc
on the market regardless of cost. Flyn
is much distressed at the sale comin
-this time of theayear, as. he says th
-*goodsnnust be alost given away'
get rid of them. But get rid of thel
he says he will no matter what the col
sequences may be. Now is the gold4
opp)ortunity for all lovrers of ba.-gains
secure what they may require for yel
'fitt;e mnoney at Flynon's Cash Store. 1t
VARIOUS AIND ALL AB0t.
The college. and e9hools all open thl
Mr. W. H.'Carwile is now with Sun
Yesterday was a legal holiday I
place of Sunday.
Mr. S. S. Langford will clerk for Mi
A. C. Jones this year.
.drs. J. W. HuWibbrt left yesterda
for her home in Harteville.
Miss Janie Vance, of Olinton, ha
been visiting friends in Newberry.
, The Newberry Savings Bank-has d<
cl4red a seini-annual dividend of 3 pej
Mr. Frank Mayes, of Anderson, ha
been in tho city for a few days visitin
Mr. R. J. Lindsay, of Rock Hill is I
thbe city and will travel this year wit
Mr. A. C. Jqnes.
The Holy.Conmunion will be admit
istered at the Lutheran church nox
Miss Willie Counts, of Fairfield, I
spending. Christmas with relative an
friends near Newberry.
Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. Hardy, of Cc
luthbia, wereon a visit to his fathe
Mr. W. D. Harday last week.
The old mile stone has been replace
on the public square in front of th
court house by the city council.
Miss Lawrence Glenn', of Newberry
is visiting Miss Claudia Irby, and othe
friends in the city.-Laurens Herald.
Misses-Floride and Willie Calhout
of AbbeiiIle have been visiting rela
tives and friends in Newberry the pas
Mr. Jno W. Mathews, who has beel
spending the holidays at home, rE
turned to the Charleston Medical Co
Among the students on the hono
roll at the South Carolina College w
note the name of C. P. Pelham as prc
ficient in history.
Mr. Harry Kaminer and sister, MiS
Melle, of Gadsden, after a few day
visit to friends in the city returned t
their home on Friday last.
Mrs. C. J. Purcell enterAained
party of young folks on Saturday ever
ing in handsome and elegant styl(
They watched the old y6ar go otit an
the new year come in.
M isqes Nannie McCaughritx and Mar
Thompson and Nina Luke have r(
turded to Converse College aqd MiS
i0loise Wel,h'to her work (d Te 'Grai
ed school in Spartanburg.
Prof. W. H. Wallace, of- the Nev
berry Graded school, at the conventio
of Bulerintendents in CQAmnbia lat
week was elected- President of the cot
vention. A good selection.
Mr. Thos. Harmon, son of M r G6i
frey Harmon of this county, who hF
recently been adbitted to the bar hi
.4eoded to lo(iai, at Spartanburg f<
th6 practice o'rhis profession.
Mr. Jno. W. Long and Miss Fanni
M4son were imarried at Salida o
Christmas day and tieyhave moved I
:ijtopia and will make thfat theii'horn
l'he Herald and News egt,end(congra
M r. Edw. R. Hipp will move his gr<
cery store to the building fqem~Irly o
cupied by Mr. W. T. Tarrant. M
Tarrant moves down Main street to tl
building next to J. W. Rleeder's. -M
Tarrant has been on the corner ne:
to the bank longer than any merchal
Mr. J. D. Davenport has opened b~
fertilizer office on law ranige and
ready. to se,e add to serve his. frieni
and the farmers generally. He is ha
dling some of the best brands of feri
lizers on the market and that have t1
recommendation and endorsement
some of our most progressive and
liable farmers who have tried thel
Mr. Davenport is clever and reliat
and will treat you right if you de
Deafness Cannot he Cured
by local app)ltcaitions, as they cannot res
t,he diseas,ed pr.on of the ear. Thla Is oi
ono way to cnure dearness, and that is by e
stat utional remnedles. Deafnes is causrd
on Itufafned condlition of t he mucous )tol
of the Euistachuiani Tube. WhIen this tube'
Inflamed you have a :umbiing sound or
pet feet hearing, anad when It In enlire
olomi deafness to the result, and udcess
idtlammet loni can be takeon out and this t i
restored to ig normal condiion, hoaring K
be destroyed foar er; nine e wes out of
are cans I by catarrh, which is nothhlugi
an inflamod condioi of the mucous a
We'will give Onte Hundred Dollars for
catie of Deat nose (o-iused by catarrh) that c
not bo curnd by Hall's Caiarrh Caure. He
for otreuilars frece. F. J UHIEN IN' & Co.,
Aold by Drug IsI9, 75c,
Hall's Familty Pills are the best.
New S pring line of Men's Hats
Caps, in-eluding STETSON'S, just
ceived at A. C. Jones'.
Jan. 3d, 1899.
There was a large crowd in town3
terday. It wasJunuary Saleday. T
always bringsthe crowd. There w
very few sales by the master and n
by the sheriff. The master sold in
Pool vs. Marcus, 14 acres in N
Township; to-T. C. Pool for 8100.
Hardy, Master, vs. Fallaw, house
lot in tqwrg to H. C. F!aliaw for 82,
s ThePloltids-were not sold.
The Probiate Judlgo sold in the
lowing eases: .
One house and lot in town' of liel<
.Emma E. Halfacre place, to M. A. Il
e lisle, Attorney, 8220.
0 The Walter Smith place, contali
n45 acres, to J. W. 'ald well for 8300
e Call for the 85.75 all wool suit
o 83.75 at Jamieson's. t&f.
~Why begin paying high prices
n Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Nol
to1 for the New Year, when you can
'y for less at A. C. Jones'.
ii Jan. 3d, 1899. . a
All the Old Officers Retsola-Mr. Juo. 0,
0ogm"a Eleated Clerk and 'reasturr.
According to previous aniouncement
R the city council held a meeting last
night for the purpose of electing for
the year 1899 sub-ordinate officers. The
sull council was present at the meeting,
and applications for the various posi
tions were numerous, except for chief
of Police-the present chiet, Mr. H. C.
' Hunter, having no opposition.
Before an election was gone into the
bond of the Clerk and Treasurer of the
city was fixed at $5,000 by vote of the
s The election wag then gone into
g which resulted in the election of the
a Clerk and Treasurer- Juo. C. Gog
Chief of Police-H. C. Hunter.
Policemen-H. H. Franklin, S. G.
Carter and E. P. Bradley.
Street Superintendent-L. D. Wick
Lampt ig h ter and Janiter-Rial Bates.
City Attorneys-Hunt & Hunt.
By vote of council the ofilce of Fore
man of the street force was decided on
r at a salary of $30 per month and Mr.
W. T, Jackson was appointed Foreman.
I This ended the elections and appoint
a ments and other business was taken up
'and discussed which is not yet-in shape
to be of public interest.
r It was decided that the license for
pool or billard tables run in the city
for profit or gain shall be $25 per year
for the first table and $10 for each addi
Auctioneer's license was also.'placed
at $25 per year.
r Dr. James McIntosh, chairman of
the Board of Commissioners of Public
Works, appeared before the council on
the part of the commissioners and
r stated that they had decided on a rate
e of $80 per are light for the city for the
present year-this being much lower
than other cities have to pay for same
s -and that they now had In operation
a 47 lights in the city.
U Dr. McIntosh was informed that the
council would act in the matter in a
a few days.
The council adjourned to meet on
next Monday night.
Welcome to Newhorry.
It is a beautiful custom and We are
glad to see it.- When a new peeacher
comes to town all -the pastors of the
other congregations close their
churches and with their congregations
j in in a union service to give the new
n ,ieacher a.hearty welcome. And it is
nIo perfunctory welcome, but a genuine
old time Newberry welcome. There
aure many good things you can always
. y for Newberry, but we believe she
excels almost any place we kn.ow in
Is denoy inat49nal fripndpj,. .JAeypre
'8 io deniomifntional jealousles and i'val
ir ries here that you find in so many
places and yet we have nearly ill the
. 'Ohristian denom-ination's represeat6d
i here by. strong congregations. It is
o nice for brethern to dwell together in
3. pMace and love and we are glad tO 1.be"
t-o it. They are all laboring for ond pu
pose, or should be and there is no sense
,. in tearing at each others throats as is
y too often the ease.
r. In accordance with this custom on
ce Sunday night all the churches except
r. the Methodist were closed ard all the
it pastors joined in a union service at the
at Methodist church to bid the new
*pastor, Rev. W. I. Herbert, welcome.
isThey were all there, Rev. E. P. Me
isClintock, Rev. G. A. Wright, Rev. J1. 13.
lFox, and Rev. J1. L. Williamson, and
n- all '.took some p)art in the service
~though thel sermon was preached by
se the pastor, Rev. W. 1. Herbert. There
ofWas also a large econgregation p)resent.
--Mr. Herbert stated that he appreciated
.this greeting of the brethern and hoped
,le to have their sympathy in-his efforts tc
tal perform his duties here as a pastor and
Mr. Herbert is really a Newberr3
man and has only come home. He hi
oh a son of the Rev. T. G. Herbert whc
2. was at one time on the circuit her<
lvand is a grand son of Mr. Isaac Her
ebert who lived and died in the Utopih
A"y section of this county. The subject o
tehis sermon on Sunday night was 1ov,
~s' from the text "For God so love'd the
Sworld that he gave his only bogottoi
ur- son, that whosoever believet,h on hirr
ny might not perish but have cverlastinj
d life." It was a good subject for thi
new year and also for the new preacher
We believe that, too many preachera
make a mistake in preaching too muel
~nd condemnat.ion and not, enough love
re- That they d well too much on the terror
and punishments and not enough o
love. The bible tells us that God i
love and we believe more good would b
ls- done by preaching this love, just as th
hat preacher did on Suinday night than b
ere d welling on the punishments whic
[me follow sin, and the terrors of hell.
the Mr. Herbert is a very pleasar
speaker, he uses good language and a
o. 1 times is eloquent His sermon Su'nds
night was far above the average an
and had much meat in it. He gave yt
100. ..mething to take away home with y<
e d to think about after you got.ther
fol. The Herald and News extendui M
Herbert and his family a heart,y we
mna, come to Newberry and is willing
Jar- help) him in any way it can.
uing Deceber1' IRRIED).
Deemer27th, 1808, by Rev. M
Childs at the home of the bride
now Greenwood, S. C., Mr. Eugene Smi
bf. and Miss Lula Girk. They will ma
their home in Newberry.
for December 28, 1898, by Rev. John
buy Long, Mr. Herbert Hlughey and M
Dalelia Stondemayer, b)oth of Pei
ftf Levington aCounty.
a partner comr
:k in the Flynn's
the dead partner,
no money refund
roof put on his barn and stables.
The little children are quietly wait
ing for old S-inta Claus tu come. While
times are very hard and money scarce
we hope the little ones will not be forgot
ten. This year Christmas is a very
eventful day. It only comes now and
then on Sunday. it has been an old
custom to celebrate Christmas day in a
Jollyflcation way of shooting guns,
hunting, driuking dram, dancing and
many other sinful ways which is all
very unbecoming in celebrating the
birth of our blessed Saviour. Now we
trust. as those two holy days combine
this year the minds of every -living
soul will be concentrated to God in
thanksgiving and praise. Not only
for the Sabbath, but especially for the
gift of a Saviour who was born into
this sinful world asa Redeeming Power
for all our sins and shame if we will re
pent and believe on Him. Now we
trust that every soul who reads those
words will direct their thoughts ae
cordingly and let this be a Christmas
of prayer instead of sport and vices.
It is well to say that there has beent
more grain sown this fall and winter
than we have known for the past. 15
years, espccially wheat, without saying
a word about cotton growers associa
tion. This evidently moans less cot
ton in 1899. We can solve the pro,
lems of raising less cotton in .a few
words. The whole secret is to raise
more to eat, and make less debts. The
farmers need no further advice along
this line; they are fully educated up to
the fact and will put the whole thing
into practice another year.
The young folks ofthis and surround
ing section enjoyed a dance at Mr.
Thos. F')ps' recently.
These warm, rainy days are very fa
vor'able to the graiin crop, :but- we feat
it will result in some spoilt meat.
In conclusion we extend our besi
wishes t; one and all as a ChismttaE
gift aud may peace, love and prosperity
redound upon each one's head is the
sincere desire of your humble servan1
How sad it is to think that this wvii
be the last time for Chips tQ write foi
the publie in 1898. F'arewell blessec
old year and good-bye dear friends hop
ing that we may all be spared to me
the new year with renewedl energy ani
blessed hopes for a iprosperous 1899).
December 22, 1898. CH Ws.
SImproved Order Red Men,of Newberr;
held an election last Thursday nigh
for ollicers for the ensuing year, whici
resulted as follows:
eSachem-P. J. Voss.
Senior Sagimore-J. M. Taylor.
aJunior Sagimore-S. G. C'artor.
Chief of Records-W. A. Young
a J. M. (Iuii nn-Collector of Wamnpumi
J. HI. ar- eprof Wampum.
a Shooting scrape.
On Saturday night a shooting scrap
took place bet,ween Jesse Gilliamn an
n Will D)ouglass on Main street. C
rather we should say that, Jesse G illina
was shot three times in the head an
n neck by D)ouglas. We do not kno
about what, the qluarrel began. D)ou
:las was arrested and is now in the Joel
.- up. Gilliamn was att,ended by D)r. Ja
HI. McIntosh and is st,ill lIng.
TrI1E WORLD) F'AM iiD
n Bee-Hive of Bargain
as MTANDS AI[HMAD OiF A LL
G. U~1R IM ME'NSE P'URCH AS'S Ei
' aFnbles us8 to offer. indutcemennts 1
iyond tibe reach of all possible compe
ie No offers of competition can stem t
ed tide of customrs~ drifting from t
to upper to the lower end of Main strx
where the Bee riive of Bargains 1
0 furls its banner and challenges
or and all to
SME~ET 0111R LOW FillIH
ie 1,000 Bargains ar
in within the reach
Lso of all.
e a Living, Walking Advertisers
"n( Our Talking.
ast Remember it's
to the nort. storo that, Soils 'good
,,S. cheap as we do.
who So (10 your trading with
""- O. K LE T T NER,
The Fair and Square DeaF
)els the immediat
Cash Store AT 0
ed during this salE
The vz.- and incron ing business ntoi
601vicO of thousands of exports which n
the ranks of the young peopl . Tiey i
and consequently live in luxury and a
come from that class of the young poopl
litorary edue ition. The iim of the
is to prepare young ladios and gontloiut
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Com
Arithmetic and all Coi
that apply directly to the businoeue affai
No old tino co)ying methods aro recogi
and Shorthand courses are the most nj
best businesm men. They securo and
istart to finish. Our graduates ire full)
, position and are sulpplied with places
specialty in securing our graduates goo
done in this matter. The College has r
any time. Board very cheap. If you
Shorthand education, send for our free
W H. NEWBERRY, M. A., Pre
irof. S. J Y)4.rrick Weiin.
The ischevous litt.le fellow, the
God bf Love, has been busy during the
i'ecent pat, in playlinlg havoc wit,h the
heaIn of young people. lie wounds,
however, only to heal at, Hymen's
P1rof. Sidney J. Derrick and Miss
Mary V. Hiller were quietly married
at tie liome of th bride's uncle, Mr
Jam es 11 Hendrix, on Wednesday
afternoon, December 21, 1898, by the
Rev. J. G. G raichen. T1he happy coule
ileft, the same' aft.ernoon on a tour t.o
.several cities. They :will mnake New
berry their home. T1he best wlihes ot
the Dispatch i's extended to them for
-their pro<per'ity' and happiness thirough
life's journey.-Lex ingt on D)ispattch.
1'rof. andu Mrs. D)errick have arrived
in Newberry. The 1IIrald and News
extends comLra'tuiatIion)s, atnd wishes
t,hem at hiappy journ13iey rh life.
A fNNUAL MEFTING.
rpL1' ANNUAL MI'CI'TING 01''
A.the st)iIohlers of theO NaJt,ioniL
Banttk of Newberry, Sout,h Cariolina,. will
he bh in t,i. bank onl 'IiCITuday Janut
atry 10, 1899, at ii ('clock a ms.
Tr. s. D)UNCAN,
1 (lCash ir.
'hD '~1#T1013 SRB U' IN
O N TIllE li'T' MOND)AY IN
Fe'bruary, 1899, 1 will sell before
t,be coturt, house att NewYher5ry, all that,
e tract of land consuaiing 10ighity-Se ven
d Acres, mnore or le'ss, atnd hound1ed by
' lanuds of D. H. Wheeler, Beonet Connel
n ly, .lamses 1'ulmer and ,Jamsi W Vaita.
d TIy.aMs: Cash. I 'uschaser to pay for
wpapers sand sitam ps.
MitS. L, MI. COUINTS,
~Administratr, x of the estate of J1. L.
i. D. DAVENPORT,
S (O111cc underlasw ohliccof M. A. Carlisle)
I will hlanle tIl hsOesonl ti .e
various b)ranll ''s of tai(<hu d
e Grado Fertiizr mauftr
Sphate Company of Columbia,
SS, (I. I f' you want~ good ci op&
a High Grade
Columbia Diss. Bone,
Will.keep a suppIly ofa
t,hese on hand, and will sol
, them n m iost liberal terms
Call and see me before0 yo
. ID. Davenport
of the entire sto4
up the estate of
Asachana Chapel and Union Academy hipG
As was stated in our recent letter
Union Academy school observed Arbor
Day on Friday last. When we made
this statement we didn't know that
there would be anything farther than
-the setting out of trees and flowers and
a general improvement of the school
yard. Still we notice a few days pre
vIous to this that our little Chips were
learning speeches, but as Friday is
generally speech day at school we
never took the least thought of an ex
hibition to take place. Our teacher is
so full of work that she intends to sur
prise us in every respect in the way of
expanding the minds of our children.
We went to the school house about
1 p. in., and when we got there we
found a good number of the patrons
had already come and together with
the larger scholars they were all busily
at work setting out trees. They all
seemed to be very much interested in
what they were doing. The work went
on until there were twenty trees and
a number of flowers transplanted and
the rocks and the trash removed which
made quite an improvement on the
school yard. After the work was all
over the bell rang which called us all
in the house. Then came t.be surprise.
The scholars were' all seated on- the
front seats near the rostrum and Mise
Bessie 'ose and asked the patrons tc
please excuse any mistakes that mighl
occur in the exercises as she had on!,
taken about four days for practice.
Then the following programme wi
taken up and carried out to an utter
surprise of all present:
Song by sdhool.
Welcome address-Thurston Gall
Concert., recitation- dolly - Ltsa4
Beard, Lula, Maggie, Beulah and Ma
mie Bobb, Lillie Belle Epps, Blanc
Gallman, Etta Franklin, Lula Long
Julia and Lillie May Moore, Essie Wil
son and Lula Kinard.
A boy's complaint about butter
Our flowers-Dosia and Edwin Epps
Nolan and Lawson Long, Ella Kinar4
and Bernice Moore.
Jolly M iller-Lawes Gallman.
Tableau-Too hot, by Freddie Gall
Essay-Trees, plants and flowers b,
What I love to see-3ernice Moor<
Tableau-A basting thread, by Ell
Kinard and Holland Wilson.
The blue and the gray-George Gal
Children's. wohk-Carrol and Col
Wicker, Freddie and Lawes Gallmnai
George Holland, Jamnes Long,-Hollan
Wilson, Alonzo Kinard, Olin Plestei
Willie Beard, Wilber Epps and Curt
Why do people smoke-Eddie Enlos
Tableru-The little Cook, by Juli
Cold water-Nolen Eppa.
Dialogue: The key-George Gallme
and Eddie Enlow.
Jimmie Butler and the owl-Nol<
Song by the school.
This ended the exercises on the pr
grammne. Trhe patrons had selecti
the following names which trees we
dedicated in honor to thenm: The Ho
T 'hos. W. Keitt, the founder of tl
school district; School Sup,erintende
of Education F. W. Higgins; Gee.
SCromer, President of Newberry C
,loge; the Hon. Arthur Kibler; a
s then one to each teacher who h
ri taught since the foundation of t
5 s6hooi: Miss Lilian Glenn, Miss Enu
e Scott,-Messrs. John C. Turner and
e A Mills and the last one to our prest
y efllcient teacher, Miss Bessie Doi
h nick. The school was formed in.cir<
around each tree and Miss Blessie act
t as dedicator of all except the one
t herself which she called upon Chips
y act. This ended the work of Arn
d Day at Union Academy and all wi
u home seemingly p)roud of what
u done. May each tree and plant 11
. and grc w andl as the trees grow in s
. may the children grow tenfold mnore
- knowledge and the cords of union b
o the teacher, patrons and dhildren al
closely together that they may all 1:
school of union by the ties of love
affection as well as by name is the p:
r' ing words of Chips -during the
in school week of 1898. .
th Miss Mary Sligh returned home
We are glad to note that Mrs. G
J. Livingstone and Mr. W. M. Bobb,
ss were quite sick last week, are at
e Closing Out
NCE to settle
lss College !
, s. C.
-prisos of our country require the
ust constantly be recruited from
LIways receive the largest salaries
nouco. But these recruits must
3 who havo a good business and
in for just such pAacos as these.
inercial Law, Commercial
rs of life, are thoroughly taught.
iized in our Sohool. Our Business
)dorn and are endorsed by our
hold the studooet interest from
quaitlied for holding any buainess
whenover desired. We make a
d positions and will not be out
o vacations. Students can enter
are interested in a Business or
catalogue, mentioning course de.
.,- COLUMBIA, . G.
Sensible and Serviceable
h&ioson's is th k to Buy Thor.
We are ILmakihg a display of the set -
dcable, as well as beautiful t,hings for
Thrist.mas gifts. These are goods for
>crsona il wear and adlornmtent.
We show the newest and best crea
blons in Neck wear, .11k IIandkorchiefs,
Goldi( and St,erlag Mounted Susisendet s
for gent,lemen. We havo cyerythir g
appropf)riat.o for the holidaiy trado.
\Ve take this occasion to extend e'ir
Christmas greet,ing to our many cus*
t,omers9, and1 wish them as well a happy
anld prosp~erouis New Year.
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
Opposite 11. (, Williams'.
Slop tliat Hack I
Before it ms too late. The time to
tackle a coild is whien it is just begin
ning. A bottle of Rlobertson's
Comnpound Congh Syrup if taken at
ihe right time will save you a sever
illniess. It gives instant relief from
that disagrooale rawvness of the
Sthroat that comes' with a cold,
and is in no way unrpleasant~ to take.
It's price is only 25i cents a bottle,
and is manufactured and sold at
RiiO BERT'ISON & GI1LDER'S
Rtemembher we cant satisfy all your
-o ther drug store walnts.