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Ouelten'n Arnica sa61e.
The best dalye in the world for Cuts
Mrulse, Sores, Ulcerq, ,EWt Rheum
F#evr $otoo, Tretter, Ubap -ed Hands
Chilblalis, Corns, rAnd -all kin Erup
tl.i)nand positively dures Piles, or no
eyrequred.:- It is guarant-eed to give
pe-vrfecsasfaction or woneN refunded.
Pf'ie 25'oenls per box. Plir sale by
loberwn & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
To Cure a Cold in One Night
Take Van Ledr's Cold Capstiles for La
GOippe, Coug h.and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all dyuggists. Guaranteed to
cure or tuony refunded. t&fom
North1 Carolina on Wh .elf.
Standing at the C., N. & L. depot can
be found the exposition car from North
Carolina, advertising the products of
that State, including inerals, cereals,
woods, etc., ir a very unique manner.
It is worth going to see as the exhibi
tion is an interestng one. Today is
th last day the car will be in New
Why begin paying high plrices for
Dry Goods, Shoce, Hts and NAions
for the New Year, wh'en you can buy
for less at A. C. Jones'.
Jan. 3d, 1899. t&ftf
Mules/ Mules! Muest
Three, four and five years old.
'ill sell choup forcash or on time
secured by good paper. Stables in
front of market.
f&t C. J. PURCELL & CO.
1ro .,1ue, for Teachers' ABsociatioun, Jan
unry 14, 1899.
Ar1thmunet.-!W. -. Wallace.
Geography and History Taught To
gether-R. M. Monts.
Pestalozzi-Prof. G. B. Gromer.
Meeting II o'clock to 1.
R. A. AnRAMS, Sec.
1 he Nottloial Baik.
The stockholders of the Newberry
National Bank held their annual meet
ing on Tuesday, 10th, and i o elected
the directors as follows: J. N. Martin,
Dr. R. U. Carlisle, Dr. M. A. Renwick,
J. F. J. Caldwell, Dr. James McIntosh,
D. H. Wheeler, M. A. Carlile, Wmn.
Langford and W. T. Tarrant.
Immediately after the stockholders'
meeting the directors met and elected
the following ollicers: J. N. Mart-in,
President; T. S. Duncan, Cat-hier; J.
W. M. Simmons, Assistant Cashier;
F. N. Martin, Bookkeeper, and 1-1. T.
rhe affairs of the National Bank are
in good condition and is being managed
most satisfactorily, a semi-at nual d ivi
dend of 4 per cent. having been de
claiad on January 1st, and is now being
paid to the stockholders.
A Clover Trick.
It.ertaity looks like It., but there is
really no trick about it. Anybody can
try it who has Lame Back anl Weak
Kidneys, Mnlaria or nervous troubles.
Weiniean he can cure hlimself rlght
away'by taking Electric h'itters. Thi
medicine tones up the whole system,
acts as a stimulant to the Liver aud
Kidneys, Is a ltood purIfier and~ nerve
t'nio. it cures ConstipatIon, H aadachie,
Fainting S pelt, Sleeplessness and Mel
anch~oly. It Is purelty vegetable, a mild
taratlve, and restores the system to its
nattural vigor. Try Electric Bitters and
be convincedt t hat they are a miracle
worker. Every bott,le guaranteed.
Only 50c. a bottle at Robertson & Gil
der's and Pethiam's Drug Store.
Death, or Mrs. J. ,J. Boozer.
Mr's. Georgie Boozer, wife of Dr'. J.
A. Boozer, of Clinton, died last Sunday
nigt, at her home in that city, at 10
o'ulock aft.ir an illness of some weeks.
M rs. Bloozer was greatly beloved and'
her- husband and children have the
deep symp)athy of a large circle of
friends. Mr's. J. R. Ljittle, of this city,
Mr's. Robert, Thiompso of Summer
vilie, Miss Annie Boozer' and Mr.
George Boozer, of Mississippi, are
among hoir sorrow ing hildren .-Lau
rens Advertiser, 11th.
Dr. Boozer is a brotheir of our towns
man, Mr. S. P. Boozer, and has many
relat,ives and friends in Newberiry who
deeply sympathize with him and his
in this theirg -' arcavement.
Wednesd.y, January 3, 1899, at the
residene of the bride's father, Mr. P.
N. Livingston, Mr. Floyd Tidwecll and
Miss . Bertha Livin.Teton, Rev. W. I.
H erbert, oillciating.
If you have catar'rh, don't dally with
local remedies, bum. purify and enrich
your' blood wvith Flood's SarRapari lla.
Two Cold. Feet.
Are common afflictions, so corp
muon in fact that we have laid in an
extra supply of Hot Water Bottles,
for the aitd and comfort of all friged
That extra supply we mention
means a good deal. We bought a
lot at a low price, you can buy the
same way, at
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
- Drug Store.
Shoulder Braces for
men, women, boys and
girls, all sizes, the best
makes at low prices.
Wear a brace and get
a shapely figure.
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See Mestor's sales for February.
Se6 notice of atuended ordinance.
harlow's celebrated- minstrels will
appear here soon.
Maj. J. L. Copeland is on a visit to
his old home in Bamberg.
The street force dId some good work
yesterday cleaning the ice from the
Supervisor Hill is back in harncss
and takes as naturally to his work as a
duck does to water.
Mr. T. E. Jackson, after spending a
few days with the home folks, returned
a few days ago to his home in Florida.
Mrs. T. H. Gibbes, who has been on
a visit to her mother. Mrs. M. E. Cook,
11.ft Wednesday for her home in At
Fitz & Webster'% "A breezy Time"
has been booked by Manager Goggans
for March 21st. This Is a roaring musi
Mr. J. L. Goggans, who left Now
berry a few months ago for Florida has
secured a good position in an express
ohico in Jacksonville.
Misses Mamie Renwick and Neville
Pope will act as bridesmaids at the
marriage of Miss Rosa Jones in Lan
caster on Wednesday next.
There was no meeting of the county
teachers' association last 8aturday.
The meeting will be hld tomorrow.
See programme elsewhere.
The'Auditor's books aro now open for
taking returns of all kinds of personal
property and improvements jupon real
estale made since last return.
The hardest., most severe, dangerous
and only snow, sleet and freeze of tbe
present winter was on yesterday. Tihe
mud and slush holds full sway today.
Tihe Newberry Kindergarten has
closed for the want of sullicient, patron
age, and the elicient teacher, N iss
Aguess Etrckian. has roturned to her
home in Charleston.
Nr. and N .'s. S. 13. Jones and NI rs.
EHolbrook, will go over to Lancaster
next week to attend th3 marr,iage of
M iss Ltosa .Jones, daughter of A ssociate
Justico Ira 13. Jones."
mr. W. E. Smit.h, for the present., is
located in Newberry and will buy cot
ton). His headquarters is at, Evan8 &
Wilbur's. 1- is welcomed in the busi
ness circles of out city.
Messrs. D. C. "13 nn and C. J. Purcell
have purchased the stock of goods of
Goodman & Nlaybin and are closing
them out chelap Tile sale Is under the
n:niagement of Mr. Flynn.
There is talk among the young iten
of the city of olgalizidg a minstrel
troupe. Newberry has some good
talent, and we shall look forward with
pleasur. for tihe first appearance.
In response to the querry: "Do hogs
pay?" a N issouri editor says: "A great,
many of them do not. They will take
your paper several years and not pay
for it and then send it back marked 'ro
rhe Southern Railroad will sell
round trip tickets to Chlarlotte, N..C.,
January 13th to 20t,h on account of the
Charlotte Poultry and Pet Stock As
sdelation, at one first-class fare for t,he
T1wo blood hounds bought by Super
visor Schumpert arr'ived in Newberry
a few days ago by express addressed to
Mrt. Schumlpert, We have noet seen tile
dogs, but understand that t,hey are fair'
Will Young, the negro who struck
Mr. MIlttle ChIrist.mas eve, was given 30o
days on the chain gang by M agistrate
CUunningham 01' required to pay a line
of $15. HeI is serving the sentence on
the chlain gang.
The Whit.ney Playe rs, not,withstand
ing the rain, sleet, and snow, had fairly
good audiences o'i Tuzesday and
Wednesday nIightIs, and the perform
anes were enIjoyedi. Th'iis is one of the
be ,t pop)ular- I)rice shows that has ever
visited tils city. They expect to re
turn hero in the near' futurec ajrd will
doubtless do a good business.
Messrs. Johnstone & Welch have se
cured an order' from Jludge i3rawlecy in
tb a case of Arrington Br~os., vs. Gee.
MIerriam, thle now celebr'ated Salnmda
"blue front" casee, referring tile case to
W. F. Stackhouse at Green wood to take
testimony upon0 which a diecision as to
a receiver to take charge of the st,ock of
goods will be mlade.
Everybody is looking forward wit,h
genuine p)leasuro to the forthl-comning
lecture of Rev. Dr. Thornwell in the
opera house, tile evening of January
31st. Dr;. Tihr'ornwell's reputation as a
platform orator' having pre:. Jed him,
we doubt not, but thlat tile opera honse
will be filled to hear- his fine lecture,
"What, a Country Parson Saw in1
Uurope." P'opular plrices will be
char'ged. T1iects Onl sale at SchlOlt's
jewelry store anld at, Pelham's phar
MInIIons (lven Away.
It Is certainly gratifying to the pubh.
lie to know of onle concern ini the 1land(
who are not a fraidl to he gene'rous to L be
nleedy and suffrrhing. TIle proprietors
of Dr. K(lug's New Discovery la Gon
soumptioni, Coughs anid Colds, have
giveni away over ten nill ioni t rial bot
tieks of this gre'at medIcine;and1( have
tile satisfaction of knowing it has ab
solutely c'uredc thotusan,ds of hopeless
eases. Asthmari, J3ronchit Is, 1Ho arse
ness and all dliseaes of tihe Thbrolat,
Chest and h.ungs are snrely eturedi t'y
It. Call on Ro(bertsonI & (iider and W#.
E. Peiham, Druughst, and get a tri al
bottle free. Regular size 60:'. and $1.
Every bjottie yuaranteed, or price re
New Spring line of Mon's H-ats and
Caps, including STETSON'S, just f
ceived at A. C. Jones'.
Ja.n. 3dl, 18An.
The Coamerclal Bank.
Tne stockholders of the Commercial
Bank held their annual meeting or
Wednesday. Mr. M. L Spoarmar
noted ao chairman and Mr. Jno. W.
Reoder was secretary of the meeting.
The President, Mr. John M. Kinard,
reported a successful year, showing
that the tiafairs of the bank were Ir
good shape, not having sustained a
single loss during the year.
Thue old board of directors were re
electo 1, as follows: (. 13. Mayer. Geo.
W.Summer, L. W. Floyd, F. Z. Wilson,
P. C. Smit,h, Geo. S. Mow'r. Z. F
Wright, Jtn. M. Kinard and W. 11.
Tiho directorp itiiintdiately went, intc
an election an'l ro-elected a0l the old
olliu-trs: .no.. M. Kmnar-1. Iesidett;
0. H. M %.r, V(.e1Pesideni; Z. I.
Wright, Casshto; W. H1. Hint, Attor
ney; O. B. Mayor, Geo. W. Suminer
anid L. W. Floyd, Finance Committee.
This batnk had proviously declared a
somi-annual dividend of 2j per cent.
Tlto Auitir'd Iouils.
Auditor Cromer or an authorized
agent will be at the following places
on the days named for the purpose of
taking returns of piersonal property for
the year 1899.
At Newberry, January I to 15.
Utop;a, January 16.
Chalppells, January 17.
Longshore's Store, January 18.
Jalaipa, January 19.
Whitmire, January 20.
Maybinton, January 23.
(1lynphville, January 24
Walton, .Januar y 25.
Poinaria, .1 aniary 26.
Slighs, January 27.
Jolly Strecet, January 28.
O'Neall's, Jainuary :30. -
St. Luke's .Janiiary 31.
Prosperity, lPebriary I and 2. and at
Newberry until February 20, after
which time the law req(idres ia penalt.y
of 50 per cent. to be added.
A1. notes and moneys and mortgages
are taxable, and persons between the
ages of 21 and 60 years ave liable to
)Ol tax, unless exempt by law.
The law provides also for an income
tax on incomes of $2,500.00 and up
tteginn,ing I an Vear
With pure, rich, healthy blood, which
niay be had by taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla, you will not need to fear at
tacks of pneutmonia, bronchitis, fevers.
colds, or the grip. A few bott.les of
this great. tonic and blood purifier,
takt, now, will be your best protect.ion
against spriig humors, ho Is. eentptions,
that tired feeling and serious illness. to
which a weak and debilitated system Is
especially liable in earl y spring.
1ood's Sarsaparilla eradicates frotn
the blood all scrofula taints, tones and
str,engtbens the stomach, eures dyspep
sia, rheutat.ism, catarrli and "-very
ailment caused or promoted by impure
or depleted blood.
Notice to Towi,,,hip Pension, In,,s.
The Tow nahill Ptrsion Boardstnatned
belv will metel in lheir diferPjat. T4%win
ships on Haturday, t Ih 14th day of Jan.
unry, 1899 at th followintt places:
No 1-M. A.: Carlb4le, ... Cal. Neel,
and S. U. Welch, at Newberry C. H
No. 2-J. C 8. Bro wn, T. B. Leil z
ae.y atnd H. C. WVils'oi, at Mtil. Bethel
No. 3-.J. H. Smilth, WV. B. Oxner,
J. M. Waiker, at Maybintn.
No. 4-It. C. CarlIsle, W. W. Riser
and J. W Cald well, at Cromter's Store.
No 5- J1:m. B. llentgin, WV. H. Eddy
and H~-tr,y ) H-ettnon, a- Jalapa,
N". 6-J T. D)avls. W. G. Peters'on
atnd -I )vidi PItta, at ILongshiore's.
N.'. 7- J KC. Attd r-ws. J. 1R. Ir wIn
at(ld P [1 K, o . at W laia's.
N'' 8- ( F. Long, Thois. Blatr and
D)avid W~ertt. nt UItopia1.
No 9-J. M. Tla',.i..r. A H-. M-l'lr
and Goedfrey IHiarmon, at, Prosp,erty.
No. 10-G. P GrIllin and G. B. A ull,
at Jolly Street.
No ll-D) A D)icke'rt. W. F. Stub-r
and D). WV. Kinard, at Wicker's Camp
Ti'e ol ub t bolds are rt- qjueste'd to atit
aitti 11l1 all vnaancie's In the bard andit
exam ine all nzew applint lotta brotught
bieftore. themt, antd mtake rr port btefore
the contnty beard wh'lich willl contvenue
at Newhr'ry ( . HI., ont Motnduy, the
23di day of .l'unary next. The old
cotutty boui d1 ar,e. rinestaed to st ill coni
tin ue to act ats such thony(.
M. A. CA uaitst .:, ChaIrman.
A Vtontract to Lee.
A contract, will be let to the lowest
bidder to build a barni at and a p)orch to
the parsonage of St. P'aul's butheran
church, of Newberr'y Count.y, on Tutes
day, Jatuary 17, 1899), at, 10 o'clock.
Spcifieat.ions to he giveni on that day.
J. D. SmEALY,
G. H. AULL.
WV. S. SiCY'W',
T.1. A. l'CP'rINO,
A Coinm I.g Lctur,.
ICverybody should attend the next,
lecturec, which will lie given ini the
Opera House on the 31st, by R1ev. D)r.
TVhortnwell. Subject of the lecture,
"What, aL counzitry par.son saw in
Europe." TPhe leett.-o is replet.e wvith
beautiful senthnent andi Imagery, vary
ing wit.h wit and anecdiot,e that pro
duces hlaughter and good feeling. PDop
uilar prices will he charged. We cot..
sider it, a rare treat for a cult,ivated
For High Grade
EVANS &~ WILBUlR
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL TIlE NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
fSprotal CQ:-e ostence florald aud Newv I
There has been another fire in the
Dutch Fork. This time it is the out
house, barn, stables, &o., of Mr. H. D.
Leaphart. He lost, two bales of cotton,
two buggles and all his fodder. Ills
corn was in another building and was
far enough away to be saved, one mule
and cow was very severely scorched.
As the fire was at night it was evident
ly the work of an incendiary.
Death has asain invaded this section.
This tim it, is rather John Adam Be
denhaugh. He hai been for over 50
years an olileer in St. Luke's Luth-ran
church and fov over 30 years was Su
perinteudent of the Sunday school and
only Wave up this work some years ago
on account, of advancing years. lie
was over 82 years of age and went to
his rest with a record that any of us
might, well wish to have when we are
Mr. K. D. Lake, a former resident of
our town and for many years agent of
the C. & G R R., was buried In Pros
peity emetery, Tuc6day, January
10th. Mr. Lake's ieath was very sad.
On the It1t day of January his wife died
and he carried her back to her old
home in Lancaster County, near Van
Wyck, for interment and while on this
sad mission was taken sick and died on
the 9th. Ho vas brought back here
and laid to rest beside h is mother, Rev.
Ariel performing the bueLIal ceremony
and preacit'hd the funlieral Sermon.
Mr. Z. Wi'ight DJennis, who so re
cently took unto himself a helpmate,
hia5 moved into the Bedenbaugh house
on McNeary street adjoining Dr. J. B.
Two of our enterprisling clL,izens,
Mesbr. S. 1, Fellers and J. C. ('ounts,
have sol several thotsanld rods of a
new and very practical wiiVe fence. ('all
and see it,.
On Tue,day of this we.-k we iet an
old lady that is a prodigy. Sho is 82
years old and is as spry as many wo
men at 50. She does not use glasses
and lives all alone half a mile fromt any
one. Mrs. Betsey Set,.'e vis well known
and well preset ved. Mrs. A. I. Mill
er, of Mt.. Pilgrim, Is a daughter
of heris and whom she was vis
iting at ;,he time she was in
town. it will not he long before these
linkH that, bind uts to the distant past,
will be broken and the places now filled
by tbem will be vacant forever. .Just
to think that through these aged ones
we can go back for one and a half cen
turies Iti recollections, and what ad
vances have been made in that time.
Many thanks, Chips, old man, come
mit again and licp us sing. Josh, you
just ought to have seen Chips sing.
You would have thought that he was a
regular singing school master.
Miss [eannie Abel, of Chester, is vis
iting Miss Lula Moseley.
Mrs. Swearin er, sisteu of Mrs. M.
0. Morris, who has been visiting here,
has returned t,o 1he1 home in Columbia.
Mr. .J. W. Powell paid a flying visit,
to our' town last Tuesday.
Mr. S. L. B3irge wvent to Fairfield
rTesday. We fear' Geo. Wmn's, visits
a' gett,ing too frequent, and there Is
imore in these tr'ips than buying andl
Stock taking has been all the go in
town sinc 1C.Januiar'y 1st,and the wvork is
lnt donle yet
WVe had a vety p)leasant call from
Alr. J. Burr Mlills last week and be hcit,
with us a genltie reminder for tihe IH.
and N. Mr'. MIills is one of our' pro
a ressive farmeris.
Messrs. E. 13. and R. L. Lutheri left
Tu'iesdaiy mor'ning to buy mules.
Th'Ie trains (In tIle C., N. & L. R. R.
have made some ver'y imlpotanitt changes
The usual evening train out of Coltum
bita has been taken off and a train no(w
leaves there at 12.30 at night passing
hei'e a 2.20 a. mn. Tr'ain No. 1 lies ovci'
at Prosperity and leaves here at (1.45
a. mn. anud r. t.urns hetre at. 8.30 p. mn. as
No. 2. '. lhe trainl into Columbia in the
muorning still runs. TIhe Southern
took off her' trint anid the C., N. & L.
putLs one on, so we st,ill hatve quick tand
close connections with A tlanta.
Mr'. S J1. Kohn (Caip) hlas gone West,
to look up some stock and will be on the
imarket shotly wit.h mules and horses.
At the regular annual meet.ing of
Grace chlurch council till tile old ofilcers
were re-elected as well as t,he Sundtiy
school. Owing to the tadditional work
t.hat, has bleen und1ert .ken by thle super
intenident, of tihe Sunday 8schoo1 in thle
primarity dlepartment,, Prof. Rufus
Counts was elected as secondl assistant
t.o the superCintenden,t.
Capt-. 11. S. Boozer, who has been con
fined to his room, wo ar'e glaid to note
tht, lie is ab)le to be out again.
Messr's. F'. V. Capers and D. H. Wit,h
er'spoonl have gone to Columbia to wor'k
on tile state printinig.
Uncle Squire Feagle, of tile Kion
dike, was in town last Thtursday and
Mir. L,. W. Floyd of your' cit,y was in
town on business Tuesday.
Col. G*eo. Jiohinstone was in t.own on
rTuesduty in at,tendance upon a trial in
which lhe r'epre'sented the defendants.
Crosst,les arte coming In in lar-ge
quanitities andl will average fully 200 a
day now. No onel ever thought thlat
ther'e co11u l ossibly be as many gotten
out and sold1 here as there has been.
Something over 30,000 reprIiesenting at
least $7,50) p)aid out, for them.
Our' friend JT. T1. Browne (Tammany)
has gone ont a visit to AIbbeville amnd is
Spendinlg the wee'k up there basking in
the sweet smiles of --well we
are not going to tell any tales out, of
school. but. wn e knowli a .. ,.a...cd
with the singing--. Ml.. Jolnl h-owne
is mumpulating thu key while he is
away and holding down the Southern.
The president requests that tall who
can will pleaso attend the bufsiness
'necting of the Luther Leaigil) on noxt
The p oesint of tto missionary so
clety informs mu) that thu Divine Itead
Ing will be givei about the 2nd Fi-idaty
in February. There will Ito some very
line music, songs, recitations and read.
Ings, and all who attend cai spend a
very pleasant hour and help on) a good
Mirs Lou ilunter, of Newberry, has
been oi a visit to her son, Joe. ii. iun
tot, I'Sq., of our town.
Dl'. C. T. VyUho I. ft, fot' (olbia
to at,tund the sessioln of the (nera-1
Tihe fertilizer (Irummert is tbroad In
the land again for the comn.ft season,
but unless all sigas fail there will be
less of the suli sold lhi seasont tba
last and Irom what we hear it, will be
bought, in tany Instances for cotton1.
This in onr ol)inion is t,h stfuost way to
buy it. Others (iffer from its an(I so it
goes. "Many men of tmany minds&o."
Utain, rain for the pasa t,wo or tlr4ee
(ays. - The tain will rettard oat, sowing
for i spritig crop. As we write thm
north wind is blowing und tle trees
and fences are coveretd with its winter
ianitle of ice.
We had the pleasure of shak i tig Clod
hopper's hand on Tuelsity. lIo and I
were schoolilates, 1111( lt-teln(ld tihe
sulno Sundily-school, anId we still 1Hod a
plelsitire il inmeetin'g 1al greetting onte
another andl swaipping experielecs Iial
Wishing eaieh ot-hr.It well. WV'e al- Ii
ways glad to imeet, the penii pusirt-4 or
The Herald and News force. We imust
have our l>icnie this year.
Rev. A. G. R i rk Iatrick 1il led it Is reg
ilair taippointimelt, last Sunday lat tihe
Brick Chiuclh. here will be litch
ing by him) in his Chliuebl in ton% 11 next
Suniy. Rlev Bihtnton hel( Ills uual
services last SutdaY imlorni'ng. I)r.
lililan was away at Tahor. and i tr.
Arial was over at his ciurelbes on
I.eguilai services In the churhees
next Sunday. K A Y.
Stop that Hack!
Bofore it is too hli. Tit( timo to
tackle a cold is when it is jst begin
ning. A bottle or liohmitisot's
Compound Congh Syrup if taike) it
tho right timo will tnavo yoit at sover
illness. It gives instant relief from
that disagrecablo rauniess of the
throat that comes with a cold,
and is in nio way unplotsant to take.
It's prico is only 25 cents a bottle,
and is maniufactured and sold at
ROBElTSON & GILDER'S
Remember we can satisfy all your
other drug store wants.
AN OtDNANCIC TO AMI'CND
Ltil "A~n Ord1i naince r'elta.ing to LI
eenses anld for ot,betr putrp)se.i," raiti lied
onl the I0t aAy of SeptemberL, 189)0.
Be it ordlained by the AIlayttt aund Al
dermen (of thte Townt ori Newbertry, in
couancil assemabledl, and1 by authority oIf
That Section i'Cighit oIf an ord1 Inanle2
entitled "'Ana Ordinane relat. ing Lo
Licenses aund fotr (t,her liurposesI5~," lhe
amendel(ld bIy stikin utt i t,he wvords ''for
the space oIf twelve mon)aths aftetr t.he
same) t-e i ssuiedi,"' 1( andisertingtu. in Ilieu
thereof, the wotrds "unit,i the 3:1st dav
of D)ecember' of the yetatr In whliich the
same arte issued,"' s0 t,hait said section
shllI read as follows, ti wit.: Sect,ion
8. IlTat all L icenses heinaeII prid ed
fora shlalil he of force unttil the 3ist, day
of D)ecembetr, (of the year ini which th'e
samtel are' itsued.
Done lad rauti hied under theI)C cor'porat.e
seal (of the Town oif Newherry,
]r. S.] S. C., this the 9th day orf. Janar,
0. II. MA YEC: May~or.
J1. C. COUOANS,
C. & 'T. TI C. N.
"NOTICIC IS HiilHlCHVY CIVIC~N,
L that, appIlleintion! wil Ibe madae to
the h onorable Geor(Ige W. Gaige, .1 udge',
pro'sad i ng in the Sevent.h Juadiclal Ciir
cit, onf the 'Lith (day (If Januarity, 18199,
for t.he appiol it,t, (if W. W'. I(i(hdes,
P-rob)ate Judi(ge. tus general Gu aard Ian
for D)aisy C'arawihe (otherwise knolwnt as
Maragaret, Car wilec) a lutnautie. The es
tate (If the salid lit.itie consist,S (If an
iInterest In the es51tate (If John)1 H. Car
wile, decCeased, of abhoutt thte valute oIf
eight htundtred dollars, antd alife intter
est In t,bu estate (If Joh1)1 n. Car'wile,
dheCeed,) wh etiihsts (of at house and1
1ot, In) the town (if Ne wberry, S. C., tad
perot5nality oif tabouit the v.iate (of two
thousand (101larts. TPhat, no suitable
pers5onl, other than the I 'roba1 te .1 udge',
canl he fou)nd who is illin rg to actt as
Guar dian fot staid luinatie
WuM H. ('A IIWI l.
.Jantary 1I, 189.
JIN' COM'ITA NCIC~ WITIh A LA W
passed at the sitt.ing oIf t,he last Gen
eral Asasembly, I htave puruchaised the
necessar'y books for the use (If te
schools of thte coun t,y, Tlhey wji lie
fouand at (31lder''s 1Bo0k Stor'e, anda wIll
11e placed1 In the handls of the chiildrten
at atuual cost oif delvery.
Termis: Strictly Cash.
F. W. IIIGG INS,
Co. Suipt. of ICducation of N. C.
*hteete/s Eng1si6 DiasseUd irie
OArigi ad ontlyte GOen Uie
Secret of Beauty
is health. The-secret of health
the power to digest and assin
ilate a proper quanity of foo
This can never be done wh<
the liver does not act it's pai
Tutt's Liver Pills are an abs<
lute cure for sick headache, (y
pepsia, sour stomach, malari
constipation, torpid liver, pilc
jaundice, bilious fever, biliou
ness and kindred diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pill
FOR THE LI
Come and exarnine
Great bargains in Mer
$10.00, worth much
cost you $3.00. Bet
Men's, Boys' and C
that everyone can al
We have something it
wonderful for the pr
Well, as to Carpets, I
strictly all-wool Car
beat in the world.
Greets His Friends it
And asks a COn
He will be glad ti
show yo Ul his good
and to sell to you.
CA ilL TO -wo SE ali
Y VlltT Oil'' AN ()I)I
t.h l'ob t iE tfor Ntew'hii
C' lu'., I ill sel, on Thursda3 ti
It.h ehny of .Januaiiry, IM'J!, at Ne'her)i
(Court, I litus. at 111) p tul o tery, 1(1 la
111 ~lon ito t,het estalo-l) of iM ek (lar
itty, le I will sell a t puii e sale
the lat i resieice oif saith leClllr('t
publhic littery ho thw highes? bhide
all' t ih ohr puiersn I proery oI
-m i H E & - .
T.Y A.LENS' FOOT-EASI
A power to b hiken iito
shoesPi. At this~ seasoniI your feot. ft
hatve stinitit jg foetf. or t ig(
waliking olay. Cures(' swoilienua
swent inJg foot,iIi blit te andti c llo)
spo)ts . i1oie'ves corn andiitl 01 b hno
of at ll1 ai and1( is aL ('erftain eo i
.tday. 8ol by3 ill drni1%gist s ini
Ahon storl for 25c. Trial packa
nitum. Add ress, A Ille S. Oh nsti
Lolloy, N. Y.
SHAK~E 1NTO V0UR1 SHOE
the feet. I t cures, paitn fual, SWOIle
riartinig, ilervons~ fee.t anud instaant
takes t he sI ig ont ol orns mt
bun ions. .1 t's the I greti c omi ,
dliscovery of thew i'g. Allen'i5 Po'
Easo maiktes tigh.t or new shoes' ft
('asy. It isl a erthaini enre. for (Ch
blins111, sweain g, callonis, t ired, achlt
feet. TFry it I tday. Soltd by
d ruggi-ts anid s hou stor0es, 2o e2
Tlrial 1ekiago F lIit Addro
Alloen S. Ohninti LauRoy N. v
i-LANT LIE, to be vig
3 orous and healthy, must
Phosphoric Acid and Nitrogen.
These essential elements are
to plants, what bread, meat and
water are to man.
Crops flourish on soils well
, supplied with Potash.
Our pamphlets tell how to buy and apply
fertilizers, and are free to all.
GURIAN KAU WORKS,
93 Nassau St.. New York.
them and you will be
1's Overcoats, at $3.50 to
s for $1.50 that usually
ter ones for a little more
ildren's Suits at prices
ford to have a new suit.
i Blankets that is simply
ices asked for them.
hey are away down. A
pet for 50c. Can't be
vou 800:1 tods A t. a low prieo
'T'!N X %V ZI,A) PA ;IM
Bee-Hive of Bargains
HTANI)DS AI lI'A1) OF' ArTrf
0 Ult I 'iNSINN l'UltCllASX,S 1
atbles us W ofter imtomen 1
vol he reaich of aill po8sible conipal..
No offers of comtitionl ciln steij thjo
ilo of mistomers (1-irftin- fro tho
11pper to t.hm lowel en of Alin Htrec
where the Hee r[Ive of Iargins n
fItr*ls its; ba'nner. anIt l hal)leeges oiio
aniul all to
1,000 Bargains are
within the reach
iing, WalkIing A<1vertisora <10o
3 iRemornboI,r it.'s
to~ t bo' next. store that Solis18'gooris 118
ebeiisiis wo8 <e10.
Io ~1OI( your t riulinig withI
O . KLETTNER,
'AT COPELAND Bros'
I'( 0) iSol< a( t Ilower pric(os1
he hie l snwy h enaet-s
tI '(ially 1 you,~g enn a y hej1 fur les8t
r, :I6l ha W s"'il ii. WVi Ik-ep a1 goO
fsso.k , ''nrefullyI~ s'eh-ted,'i of I )ry (GonaH
I).iros 4 U nris, (Clot hii ng, Rhont., Hatfb
Pl66IlH, Not in11s, (>'6renf, ilm66IiII.ide
.'sIPE , I onI I 646 v (I. s6, Hafnsik herehietfs,
Ho. 'lry, UrnbreI4lh, las 6l\lnkintoslt C i.*a
WE SELL THEM THIS WAY:
1(6(od Calien, al. 11,4. (.IIn j i c.
16 i Ic le -a Isl 1 nd, (13:1g.
Gloodl I)rillinig, le.I h,Se
' 7 :; r chi IILeavy 1)illIs, 5o,
ri A nitil1)4 a ll woLL'6 .Jeansi~, 1l)(.
M.u4 ;t Hlls $1,a' ami $2I')
~bI 16 a $5 ts C6lot. h461 fo 50.
- ~ M i n $10 sujitf' ,r 97.51.
IPH II ('6avy fI rogni8 4(s f ~ro 65 . 0. $1 25.
ud i bi d re's Sha froml 50. o $: 0 pr.
18 raR'(o I i II lreH8 (1111 Ids 10
o1 410 ' ' '' ' 2
it .12 ilIeh Hin t i IIguare<l M'61bair I)ee
6(G(oor ts. 25.
-15 111h allf w4noI Ileuriietto, 50)0.
S2 25 laiesu' lIm lIl)rress 81bo6 s $1.75.
16, t,o 8101.1 II.
iv ItI61d V 16116h' 2411 t. V vy nie am6i
di <'eap froini$ l.110 to $5 01, ineoling to)
(1 m 66-6 to n64 and6 we will pro've anly
t- t ing we nel VrI 1se1.
6' Il in Street , Newberry, S. 0.
1,Co.s (Gents' Cu6stomI-ade1, box caIf
Sh,oes at, *2.50. 8. .J. wQo9m,