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Bueklle's Arnica Halve.
The best Salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises -Sores, Ulcers, 1alt Rheum
i0ever Aores Tet - r, Cha,pped Hands
Chuilblattsio rns, and" al Skin Erup
tians, and positively cnres Piles, or no
pAy regured. It is guaranteed to give
perfeot tiaifaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
To Oure a Vold in One Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded. t&f6m
Persons desiring to see me on legal
business during my absence will please
call on Lambert W. Jones, Esq., as lie
will attend to all such matters for me.
tit COLE. L. BLCASE.
There will be a regular meeting of
the County Alliance held in the court
house on Friday, January 20th. All
sub-Alliances are requested to send
delegates. R. T. C. H UNTER,
U. F. BOYD, Sec President.
Good. S,1w Mill for sale. Apyly at
this ofilce. t. 4.
A job lot of Geitlomon's hand
made Shoes worth $4 to $5 to be
closed out at $1.95 at Jamioson's.
Why begin paying high prices for
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats and Notions
for the New Year, when you can buy
for less at A. C. Jones'.
Jan. 3d, 1899. t&ftf
I have moved my Grocery and
General Merchandise store to the
store room recently occupied by
W. T. Tarrant, next door to the
National Bank. I will be pleased to
have my friends and customers call
and bear in mind the place. -
fat 2t EDW. R. HIPP.
North Carolinma on Wheels.
This rolling palace-North Carolina
on Wheels-or the North Carolina
Rolling Exposition Car, will exhibit at
Newberry on the I th, 12th and 13th
im-tants. In this car can be seen every
agricultural lroduct found between
the great lakes and the gulf. Don't
fail to suc It.
Mules! Mules! Mu/es!
Three, four and five years old.
Will sell cheap for cash or on time
secured by good paper. Stables in
front of market.
f&t G. J. PURCELL & CO.
Buy your Clothing at Jamieson's
while his cut prico sales is on.
$10.50 Suits at $12.25 at Janiie
Our Boys Pass a Rough Night.
The battalion of the Second South
Carolina regiment, which has been at
Morro Castle, went yesterday to Buena
Vista, about nine miles out., passing
the night in the rain and entirely with
out shelter, because of the lack of p)rep)
rations to receive men at campl.-Hla
bano, special to Thq State.
For best Furnishing Goods Jamio
Ben's is the place to buy.
A Comning Lecture.
Everybody should attend the next
'lecturc, which will he given in the
'Opera House on the 31st by Rev. Dr.
'Thornweil. Subject of the lecture,
-"What a country parson saw in
Europe." The lecture is replete with
beautiful sentiment and imagery, vary
ing with wvit and anecdote that pro
'docs laughter and good feeling. Pop
ular prices will he charged. We con
:sider it. a rare treat for a cultivated
Overcoats cheap at Jamieson' s.
~Mackintosh Coats selling at cosi
The Herald arnd News desires to eon
gratulate the National Union organ iza
Lion in this city on the good selectioi
of Its princip)al olllcials.
With E. Cavenaugh as president, ani
J. A. Blackrwelder and Judge W. W
Hodges as its pnancial oilicers, th<
membe'rship are assured of the propei
disposition of its funds.
The National Union stands atmong
the best as a Fraternal organization
Its plan oif assessment is the true basil
of assessment Insurance.
Mir. BI. A. Collin, the State Deputy
and Organizer has moade- many friendi
. among the people of Nowberry, and we
take pleasure in commending him ti
the people of this State, especially t<
;the people of Chester, fvhcro we leari
he will go from here.
Two Cold Feet.
Are common afflictions, so comn
imon in fact that we have laid in. ai
extra supply of Hot Water Bottlem
for the aid and comfort of all frigo,
ThaI extra supply we mentioe
mneans a good deal. We bought
lot at a low prico, you can buy th
eamno wvay, at
Ri9BERT60ON & G*ILD ER'S.
VARIOUN AN) Allt. AISOU'.
Col. George Johnsiono was In Colum
bla on Monday. .
Mr. C. E. Suitaor went, down to
Coluiabla on business yesterday.
The city council, has adopted the
chain gang system with convicts.
Mr. J. 13. Walton has ront,d the Foot
house and will move into it today.
ScG ordinance re culating the sale of
fresh meats in the city of Newberry.
Mr. J. W. 8mith of ALLnta, has bo,n
in the city for the past fow days.
Mr. J. Fred Schulpurt left. yusterday
for Columbia to act as doorkeoper to
the Senate Chaubwr.
Mr. R. C. Part y left, yesterday for i
few weeks visit, to Philadephia iail
other Northern points.
Mr. J. W. White left yesterday for
Statesville, N. C., in the interest of the
proposed tobacco asociat.ion for New
The town coinell has doideuA to ad
vertiso for bids to retit )r lets I ihe Op.
era House for a turI of 18 mont,hs or
Mrs. Wm. Arnold, of Kentucky, is
spending a while in Nowborry with
her brother, Dr. J. K. Gilder.
Mr. J. Rt. Davidson, who -Is now In
Charleston, was up on a visit to the
home folks a few days age.
Miss Minni siber and Miss vVillie
Counts of Failrileld are visiting the
hone of Mr. It. B. Lominik in No. :.
)r-. ). L. Boozer, of Newberry- spent,
a few days with his friend Mr. C. P.
Pelham last, week.-The S,LLe.
Hion. GCO. S. Mower, Cole L. 10ase,
11. H. Evans and C. T. Wyche all left
yesterday for Coluimbia to assume theiIr
duttIes aUS legislat.ors.
Don't fail to heatr the musical comi
que.- Denicke and Dale-at the opera
house tonight,. Their itet alone is wt ll
worth the price of admission. .
Sheriff Beuford went over to Saluda
on Lriday last and brought back Elliott,
Vance, who killed John Harris at Old
Town, about 10 days or two weeks ago.
Mr. Thomas 1-1. Smith will leave in a
days for Atlanta to nccept a position in
a railro-d olilee in that city. Mr. Smit h
Is a promising young man and will sne
coed in his lindertakings.
The Whitney Pinyers at the Opera
House is a pleasiog attraction. It, is a
company of specialists. "Tim 1howlry
Waif" will be IUt Oil tonig1 t, and is a
roaring comedy. If you want to laugh
Prof. C. 1". Banks, who Ims b-en
teaching Ia sUcesful11 school at m1oitLi
cello, has be spet)ding a few days in
the city. Hu went, down to Conumiaili
yesterday to look afu,er a clercsihip in
Mr. II. (. Meyer hil the misforiulm
a few days ago t) sUip and fall und
break his left, arm het,ween the elbow
and wrist. The break wiaz, a had ono,
but M.. Ayer is getting alonig very
well under the circumstances. \Ve
hope he will soon recover and that he
will not be inconveniened in the future
by his misfortune.
On the night (of the 31st, Newherry
will enjo y the Ii ne I eettn'e of D)r. Th orn
wvell, "What a country puarson saw in
Iirope." Thiis lecture will be one o1
the hest, of t.heseasoni, tbe di st, innishe.d
speaLker' abounds in wit, and hsu mor. T i
lecture deseribes a totte t,broughi
Euritope, andi wherev'ei it has been s-iven'i
the reqnlest has coille for it.s i'elctit,ion,
Popular i)ritieLs will b e charged.
ihaRfless (16nflfo Ito Cred
byV licl t), ap !entions, ats t la-y en inoat'. I asei:
lu iseaescin pborion ofi the's,a. TI'S' i is oaiy
oun way t o ':11 re demie.:, andit i hat 's b y e:m
st ii uiionasal elanedies. I b a fuit.s s inen us d l
o1 n iflame.l conadi; ion 4f lii he tous it.in
of' ihe' 10iusihtlii 'Tute. w ben t his Iiu'be " .I
perfect tht. I ig. at i wsin'n itin 1, ni 1ret.
closed'm dea'ifnet o 1 h0 Or . i,ulit. anid , dless uni
idInamnmulI141(iln canI be . aken. 0 andti is 'ub
re'stored4 to its oial cond,m lion, hem imn. wU'
hie destroliy' d fiore em; miii' teises I uti ofi 'e
are enused. by3 '.iarrhi. wIlitch is unti hi ng Ib
tan inn! amedS comndi In of,aO hue lImcou bill'
We wvill givoe u It dr 0ied Dot 'ars for a3
case of Denta no-s (e tu-sed h.v en,ti nrh) Iht,t ena a
u.ot he eur'mi by. ia l's Caiiarchi Ciire. ('em
for clrculatrs re. IF. J ti I N l'V & Co.
Sold by D)rnggIsts,750,
Hall's Fam Ii 13 s Pills arse t he best
For High Grade
EVANS & WILBUFI
Stop thiat HaoIl(!
Before it is too Iato. The time I
tackle a cold is when it is jwt begin
uing. A bot t!o of Robert son'
Compound Cough Syrup if taken t
- the right time wvill save you a son
1 illness. It gives instant relief froi
I, that disagreeable rawness of tha
I throat that comes with a c)1h
and is in no way unpleasant to taki
a It?'s price is only 25 cents a botti
at and is mannfactured and sold at
0 ROBERIITSON & C ILDElt'$
Rememnbor we cani satisfy aill yeu
lIg lilt I,natt Night In the Ltat-to Wilow
'1 he t10wery Watf Tonight.
We can say without tho allgbtum
hesitailti that, a bet-ter pleased au
dionee hai nover beqn soon in our opera
honiu than ws gathered thoro ast
night. The occasion being the open.
in1- peIforanctle of tIh WiitnOy Play
O1 s. TLhe picvo Cho0sen for their initial
produ,imn wa the 11tosicat comedy in
3 acts ent.it.led "Tho Little Widow,
and is withoit i (oubt, otio of tihe
lans,brightest, anid iluost. amlilsMing
comodics ever seon in Newberry.
There is not it moment thl rougLIhol t, t.I
elnt.io piec when LIM inLLest, lagI
The company is without an exception
t.h best tht, 11:13 bCen Seen eOre i
many mjotntihs. Mlibs Jessio Atkinson,
in tl. title vole, wats at, 111 best, and
ae1110d man11.11Y more to the large numbet
of frie ids and-A ad mirl 'rs she has here.
'Mr. %Idwilj Keough, inl the chlaratcter
-of "Orlando Kimberly," shows hiiwell
to hi a comedian of a high order a
well its an exceptionally clever diancer.
Miss 1 I1rma Wallaee, in the "old maid,
wias simply Iminenllse and hler, every eln
tranicei% was the signal for shoutt of
Ing lter. The balanc of the eastwe
vi-lt, upt ill linle with t he Others iand it
WOUld )( 1har1id to sa' WiliAhih WaLS t.he
best. Olne of the most pleasing fel
tuves wis the imusical act of Donicke
anid Dale. They introduivi somet,lhing
rally ,Oen outsido of tle Iarge cities
anld wal mo).:t t,boroughly enjoyed by
MaInger lG. .s is to bo congratil
hate oil uring such anl excellent, at
traction i his first, olTerinl-g to thle
aniisumiiei t. iAng people of Nowberry
aild evirybodly si,olld "tuil out ua
show their. tppreiatioll of his efforts.
TonIIigh it t.hIiey will present "Thle
lowery Waif" with numerous ebanges
y Wil f" oith tm e 1 )ICeot2 (I.
A Ieetin"g was held in the court
house oin S'atu dav for the purpose of
diqis-tssing the oubject of tobacco cul
turn. The ileeting Was very well at
telled indi sover-al talks of inteest oil
ibe slijete were 1i.1ide.
M. A. f'arlisle, I WaS., was made cbalir
mall of t.he imeetil.- anld was authorized
to appoiint. it comit tee tO fortmilite
plan ai get up suh.--rittions looking
to the form in lio if aI tob a1cCo assoCiatiOn.
The following comlit tee was appoilnt
ed and inst-IcUt'd to report to a meet
ing on1 21st intant: U. J1. Purcell, J. 11
WVicker amd M1. A. arlisle'.
.1. WA. White wa--z requosed to looh
afto,. t,be. mattert. in North Carolinall.
i -111ninl.1 (il i ost ll (o fol.Il(
P -M\ary 11rvley, lIey ,Iilor
eik-l! 131-o\vIn, W ditv 1r1hlk-ly, 1.1 i.AltI
-lrowni, Jan, l1owes, Andrew Bur
toil, rHerton, Hihinl Booz.
C - -. .. chamIs. . \W illil Coied
Thlleodore Cromler. J W. Canfield.
S.1. W. Duciet.
G-.I hne tnt. mv, L Jy Gallmlan
J-. ID.X Jo4s Cizi Jones, M Ca. Joe
K ti . . ( . Kn-liait, illi b Kr .inar
S. C. Ko,i
No -.m 1-o. J. 1 .\'.:ClId.l
N -i nd ard.XX N iib:i., t. t. t.u
No.'- h- 1~ Cr,l.1. Cih-l,'. XVei
W( -.1. MVC.1. W il il. .hnmes Watr
11.(J. W iiV I)Jhitt i Jtia
ala lmy th1 :i at \dv*oets'.
N.e 8-(~ I\\ JJ).e Yh. l:d, a.nM
N)vice Wats t T.whip o'inson:3.ta
To h-e T'nXi. l'nit' n,A i.d nmut
shipsu onhi Saturlay, athe 14 ais day~ haf Jn
uary,i 1 9 all~It un-ti iiiowilit hines:iln
N i'lilO - l M AIL . i a l e,'I .01. C ratNel
am.'i ' . Whelch at1( NI' bk rry 1) . Hifa
atar Nevl.tr C. WI-Io, 'a Mt.div athe
Schooli Ooe.Jni vix. aoo
Noaeatv. 'i-J . . m', . e . t Oxnt er .1
J. 1.. Wake,~ it Maymnton.~Iai,man
ani J. Wiade el at romerii 's Sliore
Noei t. .Iegi,W.H 0d
andi D . ii Pitte Lng ishIorae's.
N o* . 7-lJ h.Amr-sJ..Iwi
No 8-G.iI 1(1I\. is L ing,Thos Blir an<
David ert s, of Utoia. o i'lfut
Noeau. - Mi1. M'Tt I ro, Hi. Mill
Iaii ' .1 1- 1 *" ,ran . '1.''r1 -u erity.
Nili. 10iho. ilaadG .A
at Quey b'ox.
Nei'd u-t A 1 Joer'.W.1.ub
andbU d W 1891). tWilets a
A Chango of sobedule.
The C., N. & L has mado a change
of schedule on its freight trains which
will give us better connections at Clin,
ton with the Seaboard Air Line if it
will only run on the schedule It, pro
poses to inaugurate.
The morning freight from Laureust
Columbia will run the samo schedule
as at present, but will be run as a
through freight and do no local work
from Laurons to Prosperity. Fror
Prosperity to Columbia it will do loca
work. Returning it will leave Colum
bia at half past twelve o'clock at night
and reach Newberry at 2.40 a. m., do
Ing no local work at all. The local
freight will be run only between Lau
runs and Prosperity a) will leave
Prosperity at 6 45 a. in. and reach Ulin
ton in time to make connection with
the seaboard going to Atlanta. Re
turning it. will leave Laurons in the af.
tei'nloon and IiCae connection with th
Seaboard traiu from Atlanta going
This will make a much better sched
ule for Nowbery than we have had in
it long, time and we hope it will be kept
up and that the trains will be run oil
A 'MOGUL ENUINE.
The Columbia, Newberry and Lau
runs itdlroad Coinpany has bought a
"6mlogul ongine" and on Saturday went
over tle road on its initial trip. It is
a No. 5, 10 wheel Pittsburg engine,
with all modern improvements. On
the initial trip Etigineer Land was at
the throttle and- President Childs was
aboard. This is a great addition to
the rolling stock of the company.
The Columbia, Newberry and Lau
runs recei ved yesterdiay a handsome
engine. Number 5. to be used in haul
ing heavy freights. The locomotive
wos built by the Buldwin shops, and is
a powerful "eight-dlver."1
When passing through Little Moun
tain, M iss K.stelle Todd of Newberry
chr ist.ened the mogul "The M ountain."
The ceremony was completed by the
breaking of a hot,tie of cologne.
President Childs says that that shall
be its name, and he keeps the remains
of the cologne bottle as a souvenir.
The following meteorological record
is furnished by Mr. W. G. Peterson
iqor December, 1898: Mean tempera
ture, 45.1; maximum tom., 71, dat,e 21st
minimnum tem., 17, date 15th. Total
precipitation, 1 95 inches. Clear, 9
partly cloudy, 8; cloudy, 14. Datcs o
frost, light, 1, 2, 4 and 29; killing, 5, 8
12, 26 and 27. Sleet, 9th. Thunder
storms. 20,h, 22 id and 31st. A uroras
9trh. Prevailing wind, south.
FOR HE Y'EAR.
minlinum 15, mean 47.4; rainfall 2.5
Pebruary --tem) perature: Max;muny
72, minimum 11, mean 42.1; rainfall .8
March - teimplerattree: Maximutm 85
minimum 26, mean 57.0; rainfall 4.9
A April-temperature: Maximum 82
m;nIimum~ 2:1, mean 58.8; rainfall 4.8
Maty--temnperataie: NMaximnum 101
minimum 40, mean; rainfa 1 .50 inchet
, Jnnei)-tempej)ratuire: Max,mum 96
nminum 58, manr 78 9; r'ainfall 3.6
Ju11ly-tempilerat,ure: MIax imumn 9i
mni iimum i56, mean 78 1; ralin fall 9:9
A ugust- Luemperature: ( Maximur
broken), mi nimumn 66, mean broker
I rain fall (6i.51 inches.
Septceme-templer.atuire: (Max imum
broken), iminimum 52, meani broker
rainfall 2.57 inches.
, October-temperature: MaxImum 81
minimum 29, mean 60 2; rainfall 2.4
Novea ber-temper.ature: Maximum
78, minimum 20, mean 48 6; rainfal
4 52 inches.
D ecem ber-temnperatu re: MaxIimm
S71, minimum 17, mean 415.1; rainfall1l.(
A verage--templeraturiie: Maximmi
185) 0, mi nimum 35.1, mean 58 6; rainfa
45 :30 inches.
RtAINI.ALI,L.FOR ELEVEN YEARS.
r 1888--67.56 inches.
S 1890-45.13 inches.
~. 1391-60.85 inches.
p 1892-51.141 inches.
1893- 50.861 inches.
S 1891--53.93 inches.
e 1890-531.98 inches.
,e 1897-42.86 inches.
ei 189)3---45S.30 inches.
Total, 563.54 inhe.
A verage for 11 years, 51.23 inches.
Decllency for 1898, 5.93 inches.
A Conitract to Lot.
~. A contract, will be let to the lowe
bidder to build a barn at and a p)orch
~the p)araonage of St. Paul's Lutherm
church, of Newerr~y Count,y, oni Tut(
(Iday, .Januasry 17, 1891), at 10 o'cloe
Specifications to 1be given on that dai
I. .J. D). Su A LY,
r G. B. A UL,r4
-. V. S. SEYWP',
as.J. A. C. KIirER,
'r. A. EPTrING,
iThe cmut price sale on (ilothil
Ii-dtill conitinume at Jaumiesuon's.
e- tocklanid Co.'s and J. 11. Lewis
|Co.s Genis' Custom-made, box e
Shoe at $2.50. S. J. Wooten
It. 'aul" 1it1P.
A happy Now Year to all.
There has buen a great .deal of m1o%
Ing to now homes or making exchangt
MI. V. J. Epting and wife spent tih
day Friday with the family of Mr. L. I
Mlisses Mamie and Cleo Aull spot
Friday with Miss Erie Epting.
Mrs. Malfott, Misses Eunle Halfacr
and Bello Epting, of Newborry, got o
the talit at, Kiblor's bridge Wendot
day. Mir. Natrett, un Miss Halfacr
to MWrs. ' Bedeubaugi, and Miss Bell
Epting to Mi. L. 1. 1tpting's.
Mr. JolUi Aull and family have move
from Nowberry to Ponaria, where It
will ongage in the m1ercantile busl
ness. M r. Aull, ir. John IIlentz, an
Mr. James Miller having bought Mi
1). Hpp's stock of goods, will carry o
a1gencral mertchandiso business. 'it
part,icrs in th is new ir-n are all enel
gotle young men, and we predict fo
thon a itprosporous future. Mr . Aul
has bec clerking foi Summor IloF
for nearly a year and a half. We wel
come Mr. Aull and family back in ou
Mi. L. I. Epting is a candidate ro,
sub supervisor for Nuwberry County
Our school will openl to day. W4
hope both teacher and pupils have en
joyed themselves during tho Clirist,ma
The church oilleers of St. Paul's wil
lot to the lowest bidder on January 1'1
at 1 o'clock, a contract, to build a bai
and repair portico.
Thio St. Paul's gravoyard associatioi
will meet, on the third Sunday at,
o'clock to elect otliceis f.r the year
January 2nd, 1399.
Winter Tou,i.ts Mltes via Soutiterin all
The Southern Railway placed ol
sale November 1st round trip touris
tickets to all important winter resort
in Georgia and Florida. Also to Nat
son and Cuban points Tlhese ticket
will be on sale until April 30th, Iinn
limit returning May 31st. [or furtlhe
information apply to any SoutherI
Railway agent, or
J. 13. H4'EYWARD,
Traveling 'assenger Agent,
HP,11.1,'AS, THE, PEICDDLINC
W hjawking or oftering for' saL
fresh meats, on t,be street,s of the Tow
of Newberry, is a iisance,
And whereas, it is necessary to th
preservation of the public hiealth, thu
all fresh meats offered for sale in th
said Tow n be submited to t.he inspect,i
of the health oileer of said Town,
Now, therefore, be it ordained by ti
Mayor and Aldermen of the Town
Newberry, S. C.. in Council asscible
and by authol it-y of the sam:
Section 1. That, from and after thj
adoption of this ordlinance, it, shall
unlawful to hawk, peddle or olyci' ft
,sale, on the public streets of the Tow
2 of Newberry, fresh beef, pork, mnutto
See 2 That, it, shall be unlawful1
Soffer for' sale, fresh tmeat,s, in the Tow
(iof Newberr'y, at, any plae other tin
the public imarke't of said T1own.
Sec. 3. Thai, a stall in the said pu
'lie imar'ket shbalIlibe teser'ved, freo
-rent,, for' the use of perisons otfer'ing f<
,sale frecsh beef, por'k, imut-t,on or veni
produted( or growni by t,hec person
p)esons oll'cring the samte for' sal
sutch frecsh meats, shall sutbmiit, the san
2 to the i nspetion of the Hfealth Ollici
of the said Town, and shall file wii
the said 1Iealth Ollicer tin allidavi t,,
the effect that such fresh ment.s wei
,pi'oduced or grown hy the person<
persons ollferling the same tor' sale.
Sec. 4. TIhat atny p)er'son ,en v ietu
of violatting any of the prsovisions
'this or'diinance shall be fi nded not mu
t,hant twenty-Ilive dollars, or' impr)iistie
, rnot more than thirty (lays
I) Done aind mat ified undert the corploraI
[sEAl seal of the Town of Newberr
19.S. C., this he 9th day of .Januatt
- 0. 1B. M A Y11,
JNO. C. GOGGA NS,
5 C. & TV. 'T. C. N.
Opera House to Ron'
N' OTICI IS Il'lCI0Y V
. t,hat, the Townt Council will
cive sealed bids at New bei'ry, S C..
.Januatry 23d, 18991, for' t,he lease of t.
Opera iHouse, in the fotllowing mnnt
One bid for t,be Opera 1lotuse fra~
date of contract, tuntil Sept,enmber I:
One hid for' Opera House fromn di
of cont'act, t.o Septt'tembe 1st, 19)02.
The right, to reject. any and all b)1
is t'eset'ved, also the use of saidl Ope
House tor' edtucational and town p1
p)oses, accordinirg to existing law.
Tihe renter will he requtit'ed to man
payment.s monthly, andI to e lve an
All bids to be hand ad in by Januai
Hly ord(er of Council.
JNO C. GOGGANS,
C. & TI. T. C. N
N ewlbe rry, S. ('., Jlan. 1) ,181)".
" EXOUTURS MOTIE OF 8Al
k. ' 1A W~LLA SI'lalb ATi TH'I' LA
re '~sidencue of he wis Onettkett,.
'ceased, on Wednesday the 24th day
J1anunary, 1899, all the per sonal proplel
betlongt.ing to the estat.e of tbe si
deceased, const,ting of nine head
Mtules, one Horse, 'or'n, ["odder, Cota
Seed, eight head of Sheep three to
horse agens, 'we Mo wer's, one Ra
two Buggies, Mitchiner'y, Shop Tot
one Steel Pump, one Molasses Mill
IEvaporator and Agricult,ural ImI
-r TERMs OF NAT,LE-(ash.
& a J. LIC~W IS D)UI TT"I,
tl f i 1xecutors
J nna nu nth, 1809
- MONDAY, k
"Tho OLittl Widow
Ladies free Monday
night under usual
Prices: 30 Cents d1owi tilitirs; 20
conts gallory. N> roservod- seats.
- ~I'eket.s Oil sale at Scholt Z' Jewelry
Notice of Filial SCC111611t amild Dischargc.
.T1 )T E,IC S1 I i10 ElWI (G I VEN
that 1i will make i al settle
aent on the est-Ilto of stvalh I C. Wal
him i 1111 o , III it) PrIl'rbite CoIllt, for
Newhewbry Count,y. S. (C., on Tuesday
the 24th day of .latmairy A. D. I89 til, ami
will iimeiditely theeaft,er apply for
G-1MIEG L,. NI-1111,
01mu-dian for sai mi1111nor.
Domber 2:1, 1894.
Nlioice of 111181cillplit oil anDischIarao,
N~ lu-' T I A I IEMI IIY G IV EN
that we will mak10(o I settlemieint.on
tho est4late of AINs. Sallio Weits, .
e11S(ld, In the 1rI'olba1te Cou1rt for New
hvrry Coity, S. C . oil Mondaly the
160.h .itantiary, A. 1). ISIM, atl. I I o'clovck
in the foronoon, ind will immledlitely
I,theIeaftVIr a))ly for lett .ts d ismiissory
119 I as x icutor of said estat.e.
A Al per-solit holding cli is agailnst
t.he said estatte will prvent, the samle
duely akttes8lP.d,tand th1080 indebOIed to
the samid t!stit) will m1ake pityllnii, on
r h befoe rt'e that date.
. JACO011 L. W ERTS,
D)AVIDI)t1. Wb IRiT8,
DeC. it,h, 1898. Kxcutors.
Nolice to Water aml Light C0om1,i1rs.
ON A ND AFTE1111. JANUJAMY Is,
t8il, U,he Commissionlers' vlulet;
ovI'lling tile payment of watel anild
lilit riits, which reIulirt, that, all wn
,er anld light, 1-ents mlustl hi' paid l
t,weet.h u 1o st anid 101;l of 1-ach monlth,
ot.h ww iso wIlter!l. ori li !hts will I. mut,
olf wit,houtfilr-t,bor r n ice will he strict,
i.y eiorce(i. All pa!-ons will govern
tiletselv e I.CC il( n rdin ly.
U IBy oirdulr of hoard of (0111mt isMoile IS
.t of Public Works.
k tI. .1. Voss,
n.1anuary 6. 1891.. -up1r1tenldvnt,.
d STATE O1" SOUTH CARMNLIN\,
d COLINTY O NIAVBEi?lY--1N
1ha le ,I u. ureelI as A (I ml'rv. & .,of thIe
Il estate of Walmter mi, d4e1ns.il,
nI I11( Pani fl, 1aainsL, liester Sm1i t.h, atii
n Ot,hersi, D)efenld ants.
rF i E (Ci Ei)hLT(OlS O1)1 WVA LT11;l
Sm 811ith, dIreeased, are heret(l''by r.
clims n orl bi 1Iefoiri tile ili, day~ oif
W. W. HlODG E,
Li 1})Y YIIITLIE O)f' AN Oli)Eit 01'
'' A t.he I *robat1e I'ourit fori New herry
I' It n ly, I I 1(11ll s' Isell , ltn h rd y he'
S.,mging 11,o4 tile estate (If Mlack Clar1k.
A ndl oil lr'iday, the 20t1 daly of .11anu.
M" ariy, 1899., I wvill sell lat, pubhlic sale ati
Y, t,be hate retsidlence (If sa id d teeasedl al
Y, pulic 1on(lltery' I to te igh14est, hhdder,
(estaite, Ctom- ist,ig o(f flarminig 11iple
TLermls (of sile Cashl.
M II ik Clai'k, dei-eased.
i R.C.WILLA MS
rGreets His Friends ir
And asks a conb
idHe will be glad t<
01show you his good:
- and to sell to you.
- 1899 -
THE NEW YEAR!
I desire to thank till of my friends
for I ho pat roniage they bav6 so kindly
bostowed upon no for the year 1898,
and to ask thomu to give me more of
their business for tho Now Year 1899.
I fool confident tlint, no merchant in
this State has furnished his outtomere
th s111o clas1s of gods alt 1as
simall i protit, as I have and I could
not have dono so had I not usd my
storo in Nowbirry a.s a distibuting
point for the largo Wholosalki House
in Philadelphia I repr nt in South
Carolina. Atd the further fact, that
I soll sclusively for C'ash. My cotu
potitors are fast realizing that they
will be forced to adopt the Cash
System in order to bo ablo to meet
my prices. I hope to increase my
businii.s ten I homiandI dollars in 1899,
nild this Illealis that I propose to do
moro than over, to get the Cash
trado. Always keop in mind, that it
does not, mako any difloreno what
prico-s are mado to yon' that
"Jones Sells for Les"
For the next two weCks I will seoll
all Colored Wool Fall and Wintcr
Dress GoodIs, Lad(ieW' ( apes, and
Jackets, Mten's \Vomau1n's nkd Child..
dron's Iubber Overshoes. Mons'
1n(d Womn'4 Melutosh Coats, Men's
Paiits, Mens' Womion's nuid Children's
Woolen Uiitlerwear at, our low Cash
prices-lesq, 25 pvr cent. discount
and everything in the storo at close
oi to wholsilo price in ordor to re
iico stock an( iako room for Now
Sprimig Goods, come and see me
The Peoples Store.
New heri y, H. C., Dee. 27, 1898.
Sonsible and Serviceable
Welison" ia akhg a display of the ser
viceable, as9 well as b1 eauiIful things for
C~hrIims gifLs. TheBe aro goods f( 1
l)ersonli wearL and1( adorn men t.
We shiow the neowest and1( be4st, cira
1101ns in Neck wear, S;ilk Hanud keichilefs,
Gold anid Steil1 ing MonteLd Sus4penders
for gent,lemen. We have everyth1inzg
alppropiat*Le for the holiday Lrade.
We takeC thiis occasionr to ext.end one
ChIiristmais greeti ng to out- many eus
L,omers, and1( wish theO)m as well I h. ip Ipy
anid proseoslI11i New Yeai.
i. D. DAVENPORT,
(o1l1ce un der la w (1lice of Ml. A. Carlisle)
I will hlefl(1 111 hi~s0so the
Gr~ ado IFortili z(r, manulI)11factur -
(Md by theO C)lhnubia Phlos
phlate Coilnany of Columbia,
S, C. I f you wvan t good ci ops
Columbia Diss. Bone,
Will kcp af ilsupply of all
these on1 hi:md, and will soll
them on most lhheral toims.
Call :iid ;ee me1 l'oforo you
J. D. Davenport.
I rI-U10 ANNUAl MEE'rICING OF TrH1
S.Hock holders of1 t he Corn lnerefail
B~anok of Newben y, S. (., will be hold
at the Banozk oii Wedob day, January
ii,. t19 40 . t, 12 o'clc ,in.