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N%WEEv RW ARKC.r,
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summ11er Broil.
Meat--. - . ............... 6@4640,
S ulder ...........................
H UM ....--.-------..------............... 10(o)12 jc,
Best I,ard ------.--.-... ........... 7 W W8k .
Best Molasses, now cro)) ...... 50c.
(1od Molisses..................... 25():Mc.
( orn . ---.. -................... . 65 .
M eal --------- - - ....... ........... 000.
3lly..............,. . . ................ 75c.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
1st, Patont Flour .................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour .................... $4.25.
Strait Flou ........................ $4.00.
Good Ord inary Flour ...........$3.25(03.75.
sulgar .................. ..... ........ 5 6to
R ICO .................................... (4840.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, per w .............. 30c.
Mutter, 1)1 lb ..................... 15@ 20c.
E1ggs, por dozen ................. loc.
Chiljkens, catch .................... 124 20c.
Po s, per bushel....... .......... 500.
Corn, per bushel .................. 00.
Oats, por bushel ............... 40(a50c.
Sweet potatoos .................... 40(50c.
Turkeys, per lb ............... .. 8c.
Fodder, I)or cwt ............... 75(90c.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, U111cers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapptd Hands
Chiltlatus, Corns, and all Skin Erup
ti.ms, anI positively cures Piles, or no
pay requ.red. It is guaranteed to give
perfeet saisfaction or money r-funded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & G1ider and W. E. Pelbam.
To Vure a Oold In One Nhtlt
Take Van Lear's Co1d .Jansules for La
Grippe, Coug1-" and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded. t&f6in
Stewards to Meet.
The board of stewards for Newberry
circuit Ure requested to meet tt circuit
parsonag- Saturday, January, 28th.
1. i. loulwarc, Chitirntn,
Milk cows for sale.
3t t&f. A LAN JOHNSTONE & CO.
A now line of Art Squarei to be
sold at cost for cash at
t&f L,ea1vell's Fruiture Storo.
To Prcl at zion.
We have neen requested to state that,
1Rev. 1). P. 3oyd will preah1 at Zion
chu Irhe on next Sinday at 11 01,ock.
Dr. Thorm well to preaci.
Rev. J. 11. Thornwell 1). 1) , is ex
pected to preach in tile Pre ytian
church next Sunday morning und even
ing. The public is cordially invited to
Wannteci-Cottun Mill Help.
CToulton Bag and Cotton Mills have
decided to start night run Feb. 1,
instead of 20th.
We can use 1 Roller Coverer and
about 50 Card- HLands, 150. Spinning
Hands and 150 Weave Hands. Steady
employment, and good wages for night
work. Plain weaving. Will start
night run about Feb. 20th. No trans
portation furnished. For further in
format,ion apply to.
LULTON BAo & COTTON MILLS,
f&t 4t. Atlanta, Ga.
Every body Oo.
Everybody should hear D)r. Thorn
well's lecture at the opera house5 next
Tuesday evening. Subject: "What a
Country Parson Saw in IEurope."'
Surely there will be much in this lec
ture to enter'ttin, to enliven, and to in
strucet. The chlildrenl can enjoy such
a lecture as Dra. Thornwell wvill deliver,
and be gr'eat,ly prof(ited and edilled, and
their young minds will store away
much that, wvill be valuable to t,hem in
life, giving themi enlarged percep)tionls
of what is true and noble and beauti
The.. News Ulhangeso iilands.
Trhe atnnouncement was made ini tile
ht Issue of the Prosperity News that
t,he management of the paper wouldl be
changed after that issuae. 'rhe Messrs.
Blanton retire and Mrs. L. E. Beard
will publlish the lpper hereafter. We
welcomo Mrs. Beard into the local field
and wish T1he News stuccess undler her
One of the oldest and
be^Guanos on the
mar .set.is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hipp. tf
W.eigh. 40 P'onndls Each.
'The Herald atnd Newvs p,umpkcins on
erxhibit,ion at, Iddw. R.. HUip's store,
weigh '10 p)ound1. each. Several per1
sons are wcighling andi counting seced to
gelt -II idea how many seeds pulmpkin
that size. c~ontatins, so wve state what
they welih so as to give all t,he same
ad vantage. Guesses are begi nning to,
c~om1o in now ight, along and seome one
w ill be surte to) get, a number one buggy.
-Cotton Seed Meal!
ft will pay you to see us before
lbu3 ing. t,- f ti Summer B3ros.
Buist's Prize Medal
10c papers for Sc.
Peas and Beans in
bulk, and Red and
White Onion Sets, for
sale cheap at
- ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
- Drug Store
VAR11I1N AND ALL AHOUT.
Yesterday was a deligh tful day.
ir. W. T. Davis, of North Carolina
Mt-s. T. .1. ULIpscom1b, of CoIliiW1i,
is visiting in Nowberry.
Miss Seby McCord, of Chippells, Is
visiting Mrs. A. T. Brown.
miss bucy MeCaughrin left, yester
(iay to spend a few (lays in Spartan
ThO Iower Company i0 still running
their speclial sie. See what they have
Summer Bros. sold 300 bales of cot.
ton to 0. McR. Holmes, the first of the
week at 6 ets.
Mrs. Hollingsworth, of Augusta, Ga,
is on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
MIrs. S. 1. Boozer.
Mr. J. W. Trib'le left it few days
ago for Kentucky where he goes to buy
stock for the spring trade.
The need of a thorough am complete
sewerage system is being felt more and
more every day inl Newberry.
Messrs. T. C. Pool and A. T. Brown
have bot,h returned from Atlanta where
they securedi a choice lot of stock to
put on the market here.
Mr. J. 11.1Wicker has been awarded
the contract to haul the coal from the
station to the power house for the Com1
missioners of Public Works.
The mayor of the city has- been con
lined to his room for the past few dlays
with an attack of the grippe. So has
Sergeant Franklin, of the police force.
Grippe has come very near reaching
the point of an epidemic in his city.
We see from our exchanges that the
same is the case ti-roughout the State.
'ut sulplier in the shoes as a remedy.
Mrs. Wim. M. Grillin, who hits been
oil an extended visit to tiert parents
has returned to her home in (Columi1bia
accompanied by ht- Uto ther, Mrlis. 4,.S
We have several big jobs of printing
on hand, but that does not hinder us
from printing and delivering work as
it is desired. So step around and hand
in your orders for job printing, large
Capt. ). J. Grillith, who has belen
elected Superintendent of the 'enit-en
tiary is a native of Newberry County,
haviig been born near Helena. His
parents moved to Lexington when he
was (uite young.
Now that most, of the cotton is out of
the hands of the producer it, is tafki nf
an upward t,endency in plrce, but that
should not fool the farmers and cause
them to plant a large acreage. To
keep the price up, plant. less.
Gen. Leroy F. Youians, the great
orator and formerly Attorney General
of South Carolina says: "Dr. Thorn
well's lecture was intensely interesting
throughout, replete not only with In
st,ruction, but redolent alike with
pathos and hmor, original and of a
rare order." This praise from a mas
ter mind, a judge of oratory should be
suflicient, to induce everybody to hear
Dr. Thornwell's let,ure: "What a
Country 1l'arson Saw in Iturope."
All forms of scrofula, sores, boils,
pimples andl erupt,ions, are quiick ly and
permanently cured by Hocod's Sarsapa
Thin Moirning's. Fire.
It seemis that one lire alarm is usual
ly soon followed b)y the second, so this
mnorrhig abot, '7.15 o'clock, before tbe
firemen had time to dry the hose from
the lIre the day before, t.he depart,ment,
was called out again. This time the
fire was in Ward I, at t,he residlence of
Mr. Geo. MI.' K inar-d. The bureatu in
the bed room was covered wit.h Ilames
when diiscove'red and atll thle contents
of the drawers w~ere mzore or less da'nt
agedl. 'he bureau was carried out of
ti. e house and nothing else caught/.
The fire was catused by the lamI,
which was on the bi reau, ex plodinug.
The11 l'xcelsior ["ire Company was as
usual ot, on time and had water in a
few seconds alt,bough it, was not needed.
Mr. Kina'd est.imates his loss at
Th' Conlege Y. M. O. A.
The Young Men's Christ,ian Assoicia
tion of Newherry College wats visited
and addressed last, night by Stat.e See
ret,ar*y, Itev. WV. M. Lew is. II is ad -
dress was both instructive and( interest
ing on general Y. M. C. A. work.
R ev. Geo. S llcarden, of St.. Lukes,
will addr"ess the association tomorrow,
T1he following members of the A sso
cit,tiont have been elected dlelegat.es to
at,tendt the State CJonvenit,ion at, Spiar
t,an burg on iFebruiary 9i-12t,b. J . 1I.
lirimi, G. WV. St,. Clir z, (. D. ICpt,ing,
J1. B. Setzler, W. A. Rast J1. 0. Cassidy
and WV. W. Ithoden.
D)einth of Mtrs'. iFiannie Daniitier.
Mrs. Fannie D)antzler, wife of liev
D). 1). Dant,zler, of the Sout,h Carolina
Conference, dliedl in this city on last
ta'rlday afternoon. Mr's. D an tz'ler was
about tift,y-two yeatrs of age. She was
a lady of charnin zg personaLlity and
had a great niany Ii iendls all over the
Stat,e who will be pained to hear of hier
deat,h. T1he family had hut , recently
taken up) their residlence In this city.
TIhie sympathy of the entire comnmunity
Is extendled to the bereaved famnily.
-Orangebirg Times & Democorat 25th.
One of the oldest and
best Guanos on the
market is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw.n R. Hipp. tf
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
%I.. Ti1 NEIWS OF A IAVM AND PRO
J 33renie1401 I3re 0U3a 4mtrlt m,id Newk p
E's. l. K. Iledenbaugh hats gotle oil
at visit, to her son, in Newherry, and
spt.n1t the Lillie very I,l .asanitly.
Ir. It It. I-ire, of Newnerry Col
Ieae led ti he Iholm. Il-agie Imele ig
in GUa,e uirhell siundauy Iliolt. 11e
111mde a vvry intereting k an(d was
cnj'yed 14hy Al who weve present.
I'rol. L. L. Dint7ler, of the Gtaded
Scho l wats cnlled hoimle Pridaty by
wire to atteid the sad obsequlivs of h is
mother. She was laid to Ist, on Sun
ly. W\,'e k Xtend r0111 sympat,iles.
We have bo enl informed thatt, Rev.
Z. W. 13(denbiaugh, since hi4 fathet's
det,li, will movu into tihe Iold home"
with Is motber.
Iiss Anlkna Pulmer, who has been on
an11 extenled visit, to her brothers. NI r.
J. VV. and 1'. 11. lule11r0' in Jexingon
county, hats retlirled to town. She
wias iccompanitled by her sister, Mrs. S.
Mr. J. Wiml itairt,mlan. of the U. S.
Raillwaty Mitl Service, eucae10 OVer On a
lyinlrg trip1 lt, Weekt accompatied by
Irs. Hartttiman. Mr. Irtmitin retuirnled
Lridaty. Mrs. IIartman will Hpond some0
time with relattives anud friends inl iid
(-'01. W. I. lI norc aecompanied by
Willie anild hils daulighter, Irs. Suber,
spent at diy or ,wo the pist week with
Mrs. P". B. Kibler, of Our town. We
were ghtd to meet, anid shatke the Cap's
han(d 0113 M01'e.
M iss F11nliC Abel, (f Ch1esLer, who
has been on 1 Visit. to Alls LAlut Nlosv
ly returimd to h0r' home Mondiy.
She will stop over at couple (11YS att
Clinton wiLh vellitives. Aliny said
iearts atre in t.own aid we think 1.hat
t.he Prof. is beyond con-lohltion. Never
mind, 'rof., time is a1 grett heatler iud'
while distcllee lends enchanment to
the view, there is inothl.er old sayi ng,
out of sight out of mind. We plredict
t.ut, ill thle sweet by aind by you will
comic out right Side u1p.
Dr. 11all11n1 gave hlis heaers a very
plalictivill stIrmol onl the text: MAtke
ready. 11v told themll Ll1ha, Such mlletas- I
ures is were met,ed out would he meats
ured In ret,urn,'1 to eithv.r eatcb individ
111 or their elh i lducen. It 11ma1de 110 dif
ference ill whit depitieit or wilk ill
life you were t.he rule would apply, If
only we would ,L-) stop aid tixink and pon
der this t,rut,h, how different we would
frcquently at,. Let, i remember such
meaitsures s 3e aietc shall he mniis
tired t,o you agiin shiken down and
A young Russ:.n by natme of Ginvey
Crohnian, who hats been Workinl,g for 3
or 4 months ilh Dr. A. 1. L-mngford
left, a fewv diys at-go for the Klondike.
There i at story inl connection with
Ils trativels. Ie Iet, his nat,ive town onl
the 134altic sea, and worked Ils way to
Liverlpool, lInglanild. [Ha1ving hlead ill
1Ils fra. awiy home that 11111lost joillS
t,he C'ont,inlent, of Am1eica4, of the
Alaska41n gold fields, he s1.,art,ed 011t to0
go there. lie will nlearly circumnlIavi
gate thle globe. He worked his wai1y to
Savaninah, Gai., and0( landed here w~ithi
three dollars in1 his pocket. Hce set
0out from Savannah 3411 for Alas1.ka 1and( his
funds soon1 gave' 0out, 4and( he1 came11
tramp11ing 1in1o towni and1( fell into. tIhe
hanids of Dri. Lanlgford( whlere 110osta1yedl
for 3 or 4 mon03t.hs. A fter r'ecrul i,inlg
hiIs exchlequer 1am4( gel.t,ing a1 new I suit
of clothles hIe sIitrted (out, again3 for' hiis
Eldorado1( withl ten ($10) dllarls in his
plocket.. lHe say3s lhe is goinlg there for
gold, goldi, gold. A b, pooCr fet low, 1he
l ite kniows of1 1.1he hartdships l~ inl store
for him11. Nol doubt)1 I his bones will
bleachl 03n some ba4.(rren iceerg in1 that11
farl away413 fr'ozeni land( and11 his dear olId
mlot,ber and1( father wVill mIourn'1 a 1last,
5011, ignloranti1 of the fat.e tha1t,. hald be
fallen thlelir boy. ThI' e ll pursu4.1 e)1 i513
some13 "ign.IS fatuus"' 1.1) finld b)itt.er pain13
and1(4at1 the other1 end1(. IIowv often we lose
sight. (If 1.11 leasures I that lie 41.1 ou1r
feet in1 our de3sire( to at,1.ain3 the tempt11) .
lig bubb140 li that goes to) (4!,bers1 in
ouIr grasp. Iht, 'twas5 ever 1,bus and4.3(
everd will be with 1.h1is rushli ng, grasp-l~
inlg, seltlishl woirld, un34ti Ih 1.1 as11t1 tr'um0p
et. 81hal1 sounid and01 we summone111d to t,be
r'oll call up1 yonder 1.
I am41 recquested 1by 1 'rof. IR. (.
Couti I., Pres'ider It oIf the (1Luther1' Leaig
u13 that1 the( prg,a 411 or(3 the D)ime4(
rea 1d ing for '1-'bruary' :h-d., w1'ill be1
render3 1ed julst as8 publlishled in Th'le
HieraIld anid Newi, last wee'k anid that,L
there is (uit a1104 1teat, ini tore3 lor' 4111
who t,ten1d, inl L.he sp4eh or orai1tion to
be( delivere by '.'l13 Priof. !.. H. Set'zler', of
NMl. S. .1. K(ohn I 1has re3turned fr'omi
Atlanta31.4 wit,h1 a1 11in0 lot., 441( mles 4and( is
r'eady13 for 1busim-ss'5.
Nir. A. G. WI'i.s re'ed 'l( Tues3 da1y
with a1 car1 of muh-1Is and1( h1orses.
There hais been a14 very nic10 business
done11 here'3 in mu11les 1.he( past,1 wee3k and1
with.1 1 t,bree dealersC 01ne enn4 1find just,
what411 they want111 a11. 03ne 04' the (o1.13 r
stab1les. If 301oulon't.1)b1lieve it jus?t
com1e1 downV and1( se0, \ . G;., CaIp or Helt,
will ha41ve just, whalt yot, want.
Ever'y once3 4and aw.lhil we see0 some011
not,ieu of old papIIer., coinls, dIeds, etc.,
and11111 wi1(e sitl,ing at.1 mIy desk tonight
I got to1 roualiginlg overI s0111 (old
books and1( paprrs1'. TIhe Irst 01(1 hook
was8 a1 guid(e3 to lie English tongu11( b)y
Mr'. Thos10 Dy3Cho(, of Dean11 St,r'eet, iln
Tettelane, Lor(don, EnglanId, Oct. 27,
1709. TI' s old( boo4k Is qutite 4a cuios
Ity and1( mu(st, be st,ud 4ied Y awile to get,
the idea 1. The1 5 Is malde lIke 1, and)1
seedl Is wVritten3 1 feed and 80ounds1 st.ranlge
to 031e (of toda4y. 1It is somewha114t 01n 1,he
order 1 of the old( 1blue3 bac3k spell ig
booktr .hn. tsedm tro be te nly. tex. h,.
used in the rulral districts. It Is a
diversIty of topies, social, political, ro
ligious and poet.ieal. We pored over it
for soie tne and our mind wandered
back to the time when the book was
new. And just, sat atnid wondered, and
W61ndered, antd LI,ben took upl miy pen'I
atid wrote t,his. While poring over
Ihese old papers we ran across several
old deedo of different dato One old
deed Is dated Nov. 15th, 1762, and Is
from Matthew Rineheart to .1no. Koon.
Another is a grant by Georgo tho 11.
to .lno. Mit-hiael Gadsitiger, or (tat
singer, or lotzinger as It, is sometimeIMS
written. I find that this name is
spelled in difforent ways, the German
being Botzinger or Botzinzer. A tmong
somlie of the nallies appearing in t,be'e
old deeds, grants, etc., I note such.
Itinelheart, Reynlard, Wii.ts, Coiner,
Shires, Botzinger, Catsinger, Getsing
Or, CrI. GIbson, Reison and some
others too Dutehy for this Dlutchian
to m1ake oit.. Of all the names that ap
pear on O.heso old papers there is only
o0ne that, is with Ins to lay as far ai mny
knowledge goes and that, is Gibson.
Later onl new nam111it1i come onl the stage
of actiOn and re now lost so far as we
know. The,,u names are . the Frys,
stet-rleys, WVallerns, Guliselhmas, Lakc
ntr, (iii sewhIlt cmen, (Glaze, Glass and
otbers that now escape us. If there
are any dt-seendants of the above
bearing any of these names they have
left this section and coutLy and we
know nothing of them. Memory in
its wanderings goes back to these primi
Lives, and tries to conjure tilp ilen and
things as t.y existed 100 to 150 years
ago. Aid iten we enjoy setting down
and reading some of (G'ilmore Sins bor
dler tales atndi t,ry?itg to pi"t.ire to our
selves how . itd what mcen',s were enavt
ed right Itere in our now . quict Coin
Innity. Well do we remember the
walniut tree -eside ite road just be
ymid tihe old Wallern graveyard on
wiich a mtan was Itiung for a trille. Ve
can't 10ecali jist what. blt it Was
either the stealing of a horse or whip
pinlg of at noe ro. I also rec! the fact
that, the old cultrse followed it, that it
would begin i tnig it the top whiebt it
did and has now gone the way of all
the earth. \e ultlst ClVse ou1r nemtilnis
ceoces for it, carries its hack to the
good old da s t hat aIre gone and gonte
forev>r, anu as Josh Billings would
say: Come 1111 sit with mte under the
trees and let us think of the good old
days that, cOtla t noi re.
Ve have bkm the recipient of a
copy of "Th. I n.pire of the South," a
handsome voltume gottent out by the
bouthern Railway Company, illustrat
ing the conIltry through which its road
paSSes. It is full of iInfformation and is
handsomely illustrated with cuts of
Cotton Mills, Cotton Seed Oil Mills
and Ialny ather manufacturing plants
to be found i I the South. It rellects In
a forcefu1l manner the vast and grow
ing interests of the Great, Etmpire of
the Sout,b that tite Sout,hern traverses.
"Tho effort has been to show that with
the allmnst prodigal natural and ma
terial advantages possessed by the
South that, section offers a promising
f.;ld for settlementt, Investment antd
d evelopmnt,l11 .
hr'p',ell avnlge noomedi.
So much toisery antd so matny deaths
have been cauised by the Grip, that,
every one shlouild know whatit a wonider
fuli rl nedy for this mtalady is found in
Dr. King's New Discover'y. Thait dis
t,rinitg stnbb)orni cough, that i ltines
yourn L,broat,, 101b you of sleepl, weakens
youlir systemi anfd patves the way for CJon
siump itiont is qu ick ly si1))tope by this
maittchless eure.. If you halve chills antd
fever, plainI in thec back( of the head,
soreness itt hones and mulscle*s, 50ore
thioat and that coinigh thatt gri ps your
L,hroat like a vic.e, you net d IDr. K<ing's
New Discovery to cure yourt Gip, aind
pIrevenit PnteumitoniIa or Consumpi ition.
Prnice 50 et,s. and $1.00. Money back
If not, euiredl. A trial bot.tle face at, the
Druig Stone of I t)bertsoni & Gilder andi
W. 1'. P'elhamr.
b)urrs or without and htides and pay
th h tightest ma irket prico. Call and
t&i tf. SUMME R DiROS.
Remei,dies for Colds.
Remedies for Coughs.
Homed ios for Soro iIThroat.
Remnodies for Croup.
RIemedies for Brontchitis.
Remedios for Consumption.
E'verything for the sick at close
PELIIA M'S ['HARM ~ACY.
A now. line of Art Squares to bo
sold( at cost for cash at
3t. t&f Leavoeb's Fu'rnituro Store.
Stop that Hack(!
Before it ts too late. T[he time to
tatcklo a cold is when it is just begin
nling. A b)ottle of Robertson's
Compound Cough Syrup if taken at
the right time will save y'ou a sever
illness. It gives instant relief from
that disagroenble ratwness of t he
throaett tht comtes with a cold,
andl is in no way unpleaisant to take.
It's price is only 25 conis a b)ottle,
and( is mnatnufactured anid sold at
ROBELRSON & GILDER'S
IRemombler we can sittisfy all youir
I oher elene, toro wants.
Toti o nloHlvc of Mr. W. .1 Vyin' vit i
All litd 4011t4nt1 Ink Amli,t-- %\it c.; ly
The reiddenlve of Mr. It. J. Wyil lin
Lilt eastcrn part, of ti city w%as burned
to the ground yest-erday iloriiig about
Tho fire wat, discovored abouit 3:15
o'Clock ald blad gatinled So mtiuih I vad
wily that, tie tlily heiarttely hadl thil
to eSVJapeAL. TI Ottly at.MiVls Saved from1
tIC fire wore t.hribe Iriltks, a wicker
Chair, a piistol aud a rilie.
The fio laddiles of ti l'xelsior Pir-e
Company responded piomply atdl had
something like at milli's %,unl to roavih
the ite. And ritg, h tt here we woulId like
to Say to those W h re 11.1C a-lyS SO q(Iutick
iaud ready tooril--se ' ithe firemen, that to
ruin IL mile, puilling a heavy reel loa led
with hose-200 pounds t the Illatti-is
no easy tmlat,tetr tind there is but little
filn inl it., But those who vritive,v so
qllitMly and severly scl ki lend a tellp
ing hand-evenl at it timlie like that..
The ire is sul)posed to have eaight
in tIhe roof of the front iart of i he house
from iL defective lew, as tihe roof was
fatllintg int whe dit iiscovere'd.
The muilding wits ia tivint vottage of
live roolmsI anld valted Lt, $800. i t was
insied fill $500 it t.he New York Iln
derwritevs, ill t-h ligooy of i'. A. Svot.t
and Nephew. Phe ftriituire and weav
Ilig aippILrel for $j)01j inl tie (len alhtl,
(N. Y.) Co., W. T. ''arrttant's agency
Mrs. Wynil Itavilg $300 oi her fil-ni
ture, and All's. Scot,t her Iother, $600
oil hel' finit ire.
Am1Ilong,r tie tjiings )urn-'ledl w.re IL
licec upright pianllo and a111 orgall. .\Ir.
Wynn was nlot lit hoite iltvillg gol e oil at
visit to the lower part of Iti Stta ,c.
A i1ONEW-M.IA LRI N(m (IO'.
A% ('wiiln ),n to Ito Foarim c1 t,p K-4perinmst
lin theo vtitro of reImeharo
A 11111er of citizons of Newherry
IMet y'esterdayl. after-noonl in1 .1. 1).
DaveniportCs o*.ie to take Int.oconsider
Ition Lit i qestioll of illtidcing the
vullure of tolbacco into iNewbervy
Mr. C. .. 1'11rcell actod at chaiman
anild Idutard Sebloltz wits Secretatry of
Mr. .1. W. Wiite ilide at statellelit.
o. 11C lt, of investigation of tbaico
cult,iu'e in North Carolina tiurin,g his
recent, visit there. lie 1.h1olgllt it
would he It profitable crop for this se
tion. i i Is Very elithulsiastic oil this
Mr. Elmore, of Greensboro, N. C.
WILS P1rsct. lie is fatiliri' wit,h tLh
cultivit,ionl of tobacco and( tie Inethods
employed lin preparing it for market,.
His statument, wis it,erestiig ant(] )r'e
set,ed Slomle el.outragil.g fact.s.
It wias agreed to tiak e anl elfort, to
organize a vi.ock companiny with a cap
it,al of $400 ill order ,o makem I fair ex
perimnt, for the introdluctionl of toba
A committee, consisting of Messrs.
Ej. P'. 'awimey, .1. W. W hit.o and S. 1'.
C'otwCll, WaIS LIppOintI -to solicit, sh
scrtip)tionls to the capiiital stoek. Shares'O
werei p)Ilced aLL *10 eachl, and1 the com1
mlliLtt htopes Ll.hat forIt,y' personsIl wAill
be speedlily founid to takce 1al1 the
VTe mtovemenoft is Ia goodi one, anid as5
0113 farmero'ts musitt ive~rsify'' thel (i'crop,
thtey sihul tr'y tobaccio( as8 Ia money13
iAnotber met3Cing will he hteid Mon
lice, whtetn thte comm11 t,ee hopeCsLi to akce
aL good reporti'.
'The comit, tete began atI canvas ~'this
morn31inlg for sutbscr'i pttion.
It, will r'e<lnirLe abIout $10) Ito make1C
the exp)erimtt , and1( all whoIL Ll,ak stock
wvill miost prtobabIly get teir moneyiIIQ
back in d]ividlends even1 int t,he ex peri
ment,LL stage of tbe molLvementII -(bser'
Th'ei Nure I.n (lu'ippe (Cur.
'Ithere is no4 use* sultog fioni this
I 3e right. ri'e(ey. You)t are hao'ing
11ail1 all throughl youi holly, youri ljyet'
life or amilt ti, halve ai bad1 ('oh131 In
(ne ar om piletIiely used14 uap. El.' ci rioe
Hllter's is t he only reitiedy tat wil
unot dire'ctlly oni y'ouar Ili r', Srtoch
and1( K ineM,tonie up; the0 whole~-',s
t('in andi n1arke1 youi foeI Iie a'-new le'
&V( Gilder's and1 ''1i Plaml's IDrug Sores
only3 510 centls per1 bottle.
A Fi ianni,. Trasnpii~.
1Forl Lthe paist, few daysV 1 here 1has been(3
a female tramIIp ginlg fromi hiouse 1.)o
house ini this cii.y', begginig, pre4l.t.lintg
to 1be1111L hu tg for work. Y'estet'd ay she i
was5 (taght 31 thte act (of tkLintg a (lot (If
Thoi(s. Tarrantl13 andul did( 513en (1 in steLcuI
In 3a1 carv'iin1g knife and11 for'k am33 aL
por)Ited t,o tbe police0 an31d tbey' 1-iCuceded
in reaoveinIg lthe itolen~ ar ticles', (or
mtost of t,bemit. WhaI t dIisposit,ion is to
decidled, but it is like'ly she( will be or-"
d1eret'd very posit i vely' t.o '"mtove on."'
For High Grade
EVANS & WILBRIR.
tti Its lIke it...
TPhie Newbrr111y Olot. in Coma
'nnonn111("04 thi; week that, they ItI
still i thel riniz With.hargatills for theil
('1 iotle's iln t.h line of t-rooll clothing"
They will 'oonl opn) tip at lew spriII
stock attil invito nspewliot n if thei
stock la p before Inaki puI
Is oftei a warili that the liver Is
torpid or intactive. Moro merlotis
trouble-4 inlaty follow. F'or at protpt,
olielient ure of lieaditnho ant' till
liver troubles, tke
While they rouse the liver, restoro
full, regular action of the bowet-:4l,
they do not gript, or patin, (io not
irritate or Infitlaiie iot ri t l orgai,
but have at positIve totie effect. 25c.
at all druggists or by intill of
C. I.Moud & Cuo., owell, Mass.
50 PER CENI
Yes, that is wha
many lines of gc
All wool Dress Goods v
Now going at
Sarm,-- worth 65c.. now
Same worth 75c., now
SAme worth 85c., now
Dame worth $1.00 now
goods at half price.
On Capes and Jackets
more than half off.
Many other goods too
Pau as you 6
Thios or you, who biugiit, yon
good . iat ny itoro lat year liiow
how nitich chnoe r ,ol bought thotn
(tan youldid when-I yoll boulghtl tholn
rrot otior piatis andt had then
(111rged, this proves 0t at1141 hos
pian an( th safe wny is Iy a1s yo,
go. Thoor Io e111rt1ai i
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Drest
Goods, and Notion> yo hv
((o buly (4very' ionthI ini the yeart ant
piurchtnso iandl t here i8 nto <CIt1 io1
but wh~Iat. you enn buay t.hoan cheape
front 11e t hant anaywher'o else.~
cary wll s~ t'Iatelted stock oIf te
best thiliga 11.he laianufneitultroink
andu st'll then'iiifor le.ssI ihat anyt mtut
in town,i. (bnte tut i l 118 us .fle,
Newuher. y, 8. ('., .1 anI. 17, 1898i
All oIaf l Ith latng ne a pers1i: j aI
N.'~, .-- us\ e a nd at i uers4 , $:1 5.
No. I ---Ie''ture's, (4to4tmopo4ltan arl
N.~ 5. -I l's, Nle( lure's andt4 ( 'ui
No. . I,adiis Iih,i'i..144urnal. 'oth
( 'on44p:4 i 4n :ttt1 .\1o e ,h44 6:t.n
no,T-il Febuar I,ii l i.i (,.\'
High Grade and Stand
ard Acid Phosphate
with or without Pot
Pilot Boy Fertilizer.
Gold Dust Guano.
Cotton Seed Meal.
Kainit and Muriate Pol
Get others' prices an<
call on us; will savy
Newberry Oil Mill,
By L. W. Floy d,
hagain ( but. keliat, leIattl tpict.
OTTON is and will con
tinue to be the money
crop of the South. The
planter who gets the most cot
ton from a given area at the
- least cost, is the one who makes
. the most money. Good culti
vation, suitable rotation, and
liberal use of fertilizers con
taining at least 3% actual
will insure the largest yield.
We will send Free, upon application,
pamphlets that will interest every cottoft
planter in the South.
OF.RIAN KALI WORKS,
ga Nassau St., Now York.
t we are offering
- - - 25c.
going at - 321c.
going at - 37.c.
going at - 42c.
going at - 50.c
>f and all heavy woolen
we will give YOU a little
nUmerous to mention.
give you good
,AT COPELAND Bros'
(u vill fiPid tle Ikest,
(oIs sol a OWer ])le( .
han inif'rior gools are s(ld
fo at 01ler ld'-wes.
'The h19 I't al waym t ho eaeft-es.
pitvially il yoi .ll ,1 b the I IPe t 114
vhe 1s114 w" Hll It. W" keIp II god
I I e rek fuly sh'll-ettd, (of 1)1ry G.o1odR -
D1hS )(04, Clothing, Shoes, Hitle,
l'is1m, N->1imi , ()vercoalm. s1 1.1ibr ery,
I ,1144"4, i)hbokM. (XI0ve, Ilfundkorehieft4,
H-11)iely, UibrII-vllam, Mavkhlmo8h (' ouast
WE SELL THEM THIS WAY:
11 Iluch S.-a 11slantd, :1:,
in I nIPh I lueavy' Shir log, 5ie.
U i I )rillin,, a.
A~ go p , z aIl w ool ,Jea,itn,,
I '. yli's Suiti$, nd utilp,
rI i-'s jT, Sii ( 'Iii huei for $25ho
NI --'s +'.50 Suills for 4-l 50.)
Al NI 'M '141 :i' fir $.5~P0.
I Iiivy Iirog-u' f:o'ni i65i. toi $1 25,
0 i i Wooil hUling D)ress (:iolds 10
I ih Iflnek I'igiired NIlobah D r
-1 InePu all' w "o ll *ita 50 .T
cheapi (rom ; $.ou bo $5 00(, acceordin:g to
( m'i t u a d eIilIpov ay
t .Ii we a e jl '. ~'l uie lly
NI ini Stree, Niewhierry, S. (,
Greets His Friends in
And asks a con
He will be glad to
.show you his goods
and to sell to you.
l ire ifter hat terns will be soMi (or
(IL,h olyl and 1.-hey will t. he ex
chamred. u. .1 w-oe