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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Sumer Bros.
M eat.-- .................. .. .........e.
H ams.........,..................... 1 I0(q)l24c.
Best, Lard .7148o.
Best Nlolasses, n0w crop...... 543. t
Good Molasses..................... 25(q)35,. i
C orn .............,..................... 650.
M al .......... . . ......... ........... 60c.
-1ay................ . . ................ 75c.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.00.
I tt Vatent Flou .................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flouu.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00. a
UGood Ordinary Fl(ur ...........$3.26(6)3.75.
Sugar ....................... ......... 5I(al6u c.
R ICO .................................... 61(05 4C.
Colleo................................. I a20c. c
Cotton seed meal, per sack... . .00.
Bale iHulls, per Cwt.............. 300.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15@20c.
E,ggs, per dozen ................. 0c. C
Chickens, each.................... 124(h20c.
Peas, por bushel....... .......... 50c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 60c.
Oats, i>er bushel.................. 40(h50c. f
Sweet potatoes .................... 40(a05e.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6( 8c.
Fodder. per Cw t .................. 75(40c.
Tho best Salve in tihe world for Cuts 1,
Bruises, Sorcs, lIlcers, Sit Rleui
Fever Mores. Tetter, ChaPd Hands *
Ciilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tians, and positively cures Piles, or no t
paly re(pired. It is guaranteed to give
perfect -ai-faction or money refunded. 0
P1rice 25 cents per box. For sale by d
Robertson & (4ilder and W. E. Pelham.
Newberry, S. C., January, 1899.
WILL SELL TO 'T 11IGHEST
sealed bidder my entire Stock of a
GrOCeUIes, on Monday (saleday), F1eh
riary (th, 1899. Terms cash. Sealed o
bids will b received up to 2 o'clock
same day. I reserve the righ t to ro-ject
al1y or1 all bids.
E. L. POLGMEEN.
Next door to J. 11. West's [urniture
Store, Lower Main So., Newb,rry, S. C.
To ;ure i t,o)J lu Olne Niglit
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 (loses 25
conts tt all druggists. Gitaranfteed to
ctire or money i'efunded. t&fM1
Tobacco Growers Attoutl ,n1.
There will be a meeting of those in
terested in tobacco culture held at the 1
council chambers tonight at 7.20 o'clock.
Those who have subscribed to the stock
are c earnestly requested to at t,end this
meet,ing. All others who ar( internst,nd
lin any way are invited to be present.
c. .. PlmtC,iL, Chairman.
Milk cows for sale.
3t t&f. A LAN JOI]NISTONN & CO.
A now line of Art Squares to be t
Bold at coat for cash at
3t t&f Leavell's Furniture Store.
V11sit our Remnant Departmen. Big
bargains, but little prices.
2t, S. J. Wooten.
Prograuime or Teacher'o AssobtIa,on, Feb.
ruary 11, 1899.
The Philosophy of Numbers-Prof.
W. K. Sligh.
Geography and1( History Taught To
gether-Pr'aof. R. AJ. Monts.
Poestaloz,zi-President Geo, II. Cron.
HIer'eafter' patterns wvill be sold1 for
clish only andI they wvill n ot. be ex
changed. S. J[. Wooten.
Opjera~ Houuse Atlachen,
Messes. Voss and I3ardin, 1leasces
and mnagtters of the op)eraL house will
takce charge of the house today, the
new coitract daiting from this (late.
Trhe appointments of at,taches of the
hou-i0 hatve beeni maide ats follows.
Stage Manager-J. WV. Earhardt.
Assistant S3tage Manager' and Propi
erty Man-F. J1. Russell.
Stage Men-IH. lK. Llats and David
Light MIan-J. A. B radley.
Ujshcrs-1. 13. KI(bler, ii. 1. Wnells,
R. L. Tarrant and WV. B. Werts.
Manager Voss has already booked
several at,tractions for the next season
arnd will do(ubtless give us a .fewv more
ere the p)resent season closes.
licanes iSiannuot lu, o Ori
by local appIllintons, a they canntII. reachl
the dl.ae parti oniI' i, or the ear. Th'ere is O ly
on' wny to tcure denfuress, ilad thtat is by con.
sI t uti Ionai retinediew. Dea.fn ess Isis an(1 by
ofihel sachlaIn Tlube. Whe tretIhis tuibe gt
lltuned you hav~e a rumba)ig soundit or im.
per feet hearing1, andl when It, hi entirely
cl(otnd dl.-afnes~s to th IresuAHltI, andit udless the
Itidi lamto e01nn hie taken out anid I his nube
restoredt to lBs normalE condition, hiearing wi-l
h)e dstoy(d fore4 ea; inot casest out, of len
ate caiiHed Iby e,it ar1.l.1 whIch Is inot iin t igi
an lnt imod con-l Ilont or t he mnias sturn
We wIll give One Ilundredt Dorllars for any
coe~ of D)earneess (c tused by caittarrh) that enn
or h. enod b.Iny lIr'l 's (Catarrh Cuet. bcudtt
for carenlars free. 1'. J1 CltENIEY & Co.,
itold by D)rnggists,75e,
flail's F~am'alys Pillls aro the best
A (Card of Thuankls.
Wet desire to ex)press our heaMrtfelt
t .anks to t,he many friends and rela
tives who so) kindly assisted us during
~the illness andl( death of our wife and
mother. ilow sweet andl comfortinrg
is the sympathy of earthly friends
'while our 'herarts are torn and bleed
Sig,"' but, God ralone can heal the
wonndi(. Oh!I may her death point us
to Christ. whose 1)10od atlono can cleanst
us from all . in, and may she be another
link uinidirng us to heaven and to God
A. 1?. D)OMINICK and F'AMILY.
Cotton Seed Meal
It will pay you to see us bofor
bnying. t.-f tf Summer Bros.
VAltIO3UN ANI AM AHOUT.
The days are growing longer.
A ticket to the lecture tonight mean
, go.d laugh and great enjoyment.
Mrs. S. J. McCaugbrin left yestcrda.
y join Capt. MeCaughrin In Cuba.
A tgreat treat-to hear Dr. Thorn
vell lecture tonight.
The County Commissioners will iee
oday to put names In the jury box foi
L. C. Speers, l-I., of the Greenwoot
ar, spent Sunday in the eit.y with h1 b
The Board of Piremasters will hol
n important leet,ing this aft(rioon Il
Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. T. Kibler will
olobrate their golden wedding on Pob.
Don't, fail to attend the anetion sahle
t Edluard Scholtz's Jewelry SLort
very niight, next week.
Supt. Voss has planted out 18 water
aks on the banks of Scot,'b Creek in
ront'of the power-house.
Col. T. J. illemb ayor, of thc
ity of columbia, spent Sunday in New
erry with IelatiVes and friends.
Mrs. Cole. L. Blease, of Newberry,
3ft yesterday afternoon for a week's
Lay in Charleston.-The State, 27th.
J. D. Davenport tells the farmers in
h is issue that he can save them money
n fertilizers. See the brands lie han
Monday m"orininst the transtigessor
atid ahout $25 into the town treasury.
Vhen they don't pay in cash they work
Will Dourlass, the negro who shot
not,her negro . n the streCts hert
hristias week, was released f oin jail
Dr. 1). L. Boozer, jr., will leave fol
low Orleans next week to attend th.
iouthern Branch of the National Den
Wv publish in another Column at, th
eitest of citizens, the act of the Leu
41ature _(overnilnlg the sale of fresil
iats inl i)COIporItted Cities and
If you desire yoli child's mental im
rovellient, t.hen take himn to tlte op'r-11
ouse tooigt, to hear Dr. Thornwel
eturv.. lHeserved seats 40 ets., gal
a ry 25 (ts.
Mayor Mayer is still confinled to hib
oomn with ani attack of grip. Ahler
Ian Cabainiss is dealing out jitstice and
oldin!r d]own the affairs of the city it,
Miss Heod of Ch appells is visiting the
Jissrs Dlantzler. MisS Iteed is a high
v accomplished young lady and seenA
o he very popular with our young men
Capt. Langford has received $110.70
he Newberry Rifle's share of the ap
iropriation for 1898, from Adjntan
jeneral Watts. It has been turned in
,o the treaniiry of the Company.
It looks from ia recent decision of thl
Attorney General on another point
vh ich involves the powers and (1utie
>f the State B3oard of Control, as if t,h
>eeir pivileges wvill have to gto.
Doni't, mind1( the little rain; put 0
-ubbers and mackintoshes and spend
1leli gh tfulI evening at the opera h ousc
I'he opera hiouse will .be warm an
soziy, andl the lecture -enjoyable.
A good lau'gh , a heairty laugh, guai
inteed to eveirybody who attends th
lecture toniight, "What, a Country Lii
son) Saw in EurIop)e," by D)r. Thornwuuel
Ti71ckets at Schol t.z's and1( Pelhamn's.
Dri. Thornwell's lecture tonighti
the opera house will be high-tone<
instructive and h umorous. 14verybod
should hear' the distinguished speaLk(
tell of the many interesting p)ersor
At a meeting of the Nxcelsior Fli
C2ompanyv last night Miss Mary Fulme
was unanimously chosen as Sponsor fe
the Comnpany. MIIss Ful mer is a pop1
lar youiig laLdy and wilt wVear1 tihe hono
Prof. R. C. Banks, who had suspen
ed his school at Monticello for a ft
weeks on ac(counit, of mleasles, left,
Sttuday to he on hand to open his schc
on Monday, the disease having abati
t,0 some1 extent.
Saturday morning our ce'izens awol
to flind t,he groundl covered with sno
andl( it kept sii ving until 12 o'clo
Sat,urday. All snow is beautiful, h~
this was the most heautiful that h
ever beeni witnessed in Newberry.
D)r. E. C. Jlones has received inoti
from the President of the State lDen
A ssociation that, lhe has been appointi
aL delegate to the meeting of the Soul
ern Branch of t,he National D)ent.al
A p)risoner'i in the Ne wb)erry jail
a letter the other day from some of
relatives. Th e letter w as wrai tten o
pIostaLl card andl( enclosedl ini an en veh
with aL t,wo cenlt staip Poin it. 'I
sender wanted to he s.are that , t reacl
Hlearinig a geood lecture, full of
andl humor111 will draivye away thie bht
andl brigh ten y'our' life. If you eiij<
'good story told by a good lectur e r t.
visit, the opera house toniight,.
Thioirnwell will tell von abhout, thei
ny people aund fuinny t,hings of Euir<
la's. S. M. .lones gave aL "port
party"' last, nighit coml)imelntary
Miss Neville P ope, of Newher'ry: 3
Williams, of Lancaster; and M iss
lian Massey, of Tirzah It was gre
enjoyed by those who attenldd.-C
ter' Lainte rn, 27 th.
It will cost less to heau the igood1
tur'e tonight t.hai teo stay att. hlomlt
Ibrood over ('ares and anix iet ie or0
fortunes. Dr. Tlhie'nwel1l's fine lee
will knock out, your badl feellings,
do youu igood for'1(1 moths to e
0 "'What a Country IParson 8aw in
r'opo." Reserved seats 40 ets., ga
25 cta. Check ofT at. Anhalt't's.
I will haVo an Auction Sile of
Walches, Clecks, Silver Platt d
Ware, Knives, Forks, Jewelry and
Silver Noveltios it My Storo ovory
night ntext wee-k begining Mlonday
FebruIary (Ithl ait 7.30 o'clot-k anId
Clo,ing Saiturday Ft-bruairy 12
Th eJowoler antId Opitii.
'Ti Bent Bs111 Vet.
The best, )III yet presented to the
Legislatuore it joint ope introduined
by Ml. Cole Blese of Newberrty and N1,
mlied of Lexing"t.onl for biennil session,
tind elect.onl of ill olliterm8, both State
anld 'onilty, every fouri year.1.
For years we have been nti ado
cato of suleh It bill. It is isele"!
expense for the i Legislatturve to mecel
every year, ind every one will 11(mitl
that we have olections too often. Ali
olicel. barely gels failiiiar with the
workings of his ollice before he has
pelrchance to tn it over. to his sue
We hop thik hill will aUsS. It will
be a long step forward itn getting down
exCpenses.-Saltuda Sentinel, 25th.
lIt&a's tie Klountk,-.
Mr. A. I. Thmmia,. of Mm)ysville.
Tex., h il)I a Imore- Valliable dis
eovery thanl ha114yet beent n111de InI thle
Klondiko For years he stiilered un
Iold agoly from consutit I ion, atecom
pmtied by ivtmorrhages; and wias ah
mollit ly vu-oled by Ir. Ki!,g's New Dig
-nve'ry ffor ('onsuMp'to, CoIgIh1 tidl
Colds. IIt decl-1s that gold is of lilt Ile
Vluelt ill compaj)ri.14on w%ithI th1i.- murIve l.
o4)11 (Ilr- ; wotil have it, evenl If it cost
a1 hundre1.4d dollarls at botte. Amthmna,
Br-4cII hAlitis aiti all throat attd lung
afleetios atre positively cred by Dr.
King's New Discovery fi.r com.uimp
tiotn Trial b"ttIles free at tl-wtson
& ("ilder's and l'elhn 's liI rtig :;toreti.
It.guIr.I SiZp 50( etq.., and( $,1 0 (1111
anteed to cure or priee refitntled.
Wool, washed and( unwashelld, with
biui'rs Or withoit aid hit's and pay
tho highest market prieo. Call an(
t'f tf. SUMME1l-:1 111iOs.
A Cnri of Thaiekm.
NI r. Editor: - )ut Ly p'oml)pts mne to
ask space in your valuable paper to
publicly return my heart-felt, thanks
- and gratitude to n4. ighhors and friends
t for their thoughtful kndiness atid assis
- .ance r1endctred mle dlr-ing the last Ill
iessit nd d(vath of imly hulsband. Oh!
how thankful I am to the'n at, this
timl3e of sorr-ow anIld deep troible. May
thir hearts niever' be muade to bleed as
inte Nl Rs. MIATI"i1t COOK.
One of the oldest and
best Guanos on the
market is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hipp. tf
N w Ho'.' foi' 'r it.e, (ir- onvtl.
Alr. H.I C. Hartd in, of New berriy,
tr'avelinz mian well known in this eit,y'
is hain erce itn Heundersonivi lle
N. C., a larige, miodernt 1001 room hot.el
rIt, will he co:npleted by .Junie 1st, an;
s will be pr'incipally run as a summer r'e
sort. NI r. IHarid in, when t.he hoteli
i nished, will leave the road and assuiti
aagemtetnt of th.is hotel .-Spar'tan
burg HIerald, 28thi.
.s (f.f hiu it on I ag a nd Cot,tonl Nl ills hav
dided'lI' to s1trt ni ghlt. run F"eb. I
I insteadt oif 20th.
I- \VW aue ~li iS' IIollher Cover ant'i'
w~ abhout 50 ('ard H antds, 1511 Spiintnn
mt IH anids and1( 150t Weatve 11lands1. Stead
01 empiloymet, and1( good wages for nigh
(1wor'k. l'lin weainili. WVill stam
n ighlt. runt abhout t.eb~. 20lth. No tr'am
por'tationi furnitiishe2d. "or' fitnethet' it
- ormat.ion apply to.
e "UliTON IHA( & ((O)TTON NliumLS,
a" Buist's Prize Medal
ce Garden Seeds
~d 10c papers for 5c.
S Peas and Beansi
bulk, and Red an
SWhite Onion Sets, fc
ni sale cheap at
h'h ROBlTlSON & tILDER'S
~2 For High Grad
SAm oniated Fer
ty tilize r, Acid
""11( CALL ON
'I i E MEAT LAW.
An Act t- Atueudti te Charters of Citaesnd I.,
Towns In Reigard to) the 1*e of Meate.
Section 1. B'e It enacted by the Gen
eral Assembly of the State of South
Carolina, That fron and after ,the ttp- W
proval of this Act no city or to 1Il coun- I'
cil shall charge any citizen or citizens at
or this State license fees for the right ct
to sll o orffer for sale fresh beet, poi k, tI
m1utton, 1ish, poultry or veal, prodkUced Im
or grown by the vender, excepting reg It
ular butchers, who shall keep a regt- \
Iar butcher's stall er market, house is
inside the incorporate limits of aiy St
city or town in which license may be I,
requirdt?. ' p(
6ection 2. uch1 license shall not C
give the holder thereof a monopoly of al
the sale of the art,ieles enumerated th
above, but. any farmer or stock raiser t.1
may sell ori offer for sale, at an time til
beef, mutt-an, pork or veal in cities and en
Lowns griatiting suchi license without ca
beintr reiired to pay any fee for the fr
right so to do. at
Sect.ion 3. All actsv or pts oif nets bi
inonisntwithi t,his avu, he, anId the Is
same are hereby, repcaled. III
Approved Cie 7th day of Pebruary, kIt
One of the oldest and "
best Guanos on the ij
market is the Navassa el
brand, for ?ale by I
Edw. R. Hipp, tf I<
Atii,ance. Metl ing.
There will be a mieeting of the Utopila s
Aliance on Wednesday, Feb. 2In(, at :1 i
1'. M. A full attendance is desired. fo
,1. . 1, I'lEiliW. er
Walkiag Canie Foutid.
Foun d oi the Ash ford Perry road, di
near the .1. C. Lane plave, someti in Il t
Decem ier, a wtlkingi t,tile with t,he
iitinals of the ownelr an] the personi W
who presentml it to him. The owner e
Cll ..ave s1111e by calling at this olice, 1
ilentifying pwopelrty and payintg for tI
this notice. at
The local repor.t.ej. of this paper is
dute "the prot-ty girls" of Newberry all
apology. We didn't Ileal it, didn't
say it, and Won't endorse it. That little
clipping jtl;t slipped In and--well we M
bile the piInte. aid proof-readeir for
not striking it. out. We won't tell what
it was, becaUse we don't. )I)Ose to call
the att,ention of those who didn't see it.
to it, and those who did will take the
State Dispeisary Inspector Hill visit
ed the Newherry dispensary yesterday,
took stock and examined the books
carefully and reports everything In q
good shape. He says that the New
berry dispensary is one of the best
managed In the State and says that the C
books arc neatly and cori'ectly kept.
'Thei I.o,t Opjportunity.
T1hie lectuire tonlighit by Dru. Thorn
wvell will likely b)e the last opp)ortuinity'
to heari a goodi lecture th is seaisoni. The
public is to he coingratuilatedl that, this
distinguishedl son of South Carolina is
to lectur'e before a Newherry audience
liarg'uIn na . Jewlry.4
Eduar'd Scholtz w"lIillinutionl oif
wat ches, clocks and1 jewelr'y oif Ceery de
.siptionl: silver' novellitie's. silverwaire,
,etc ,tat his store every~ nlighi t next wveek.
,Attend these sales or you will miss
-t,he hargalins totr which you have beeni
3 r. Fox to I.ave~' Newbetrry.
- 'onisidein g the maltter 11as dlecidedo not4
to wvithidriaw his rets inat.ion ias pastor
of t.he Newher'ry Lu theran chlurchl, atnd
wvill ac'epit a call which will take him
The congregation will likely consid
er t he resignation con next Sunday
-TeExcelsior' Fire ('ompatny b,eis to
a'ickno0wledgeJ t,he r'eceip1), of the follow
ing gifts, which help materially in
Ii ttinug up thei r tead ing rcoom, tor' which
they feel gr'ateful:
Chief diiai'd Scholt zi has contributed
a handsome clock.
Mr. T. JT. Miary, severial yards ot
cloth with which to make part,ition.
Mr'. F. II. Leslie, severail rolls of wall
Tlhc hall is niow atboult c'omllleted , anid
thio"e wVho haive' priomisedl ori initeind con
ri tributin g any th~inlg ini th c hape of
ritead in g matte or' ! p)ictuires wvill please
let somle oif the membhers kcnow anid they
r will rall or' scnd for them.
Wer pulish on the lit'st, pagte of tils
-1 pper thle niew couniity' govti ienmet law
which goes inito ''lfet tomor0irow. Feb
ritariy 1sHi. The oni tily matrtiad change
e - in the number11 I of coinm~issioner's.
TJhe sub-*romisioner11 (ls hiatve nott y'et
been apinittedl by thle~ Goverinort, whiichi
will lbe ontheil( recommiiinendationi of t,he
de (legait.ion, we suppihose within -the
ni'xt, (lily o1' two.
Ca,rd ofi 'Thiankst.
d We take gr'eat, leasurHi e inl e~xtendli ng
d io Oil, neighbhot'sa.d many fr'iem.d .om~
mo1(st 'catty thankls for' t.he mtany kind
t nesr s shown ns oii the morning of th'
b,urin o i~(f (ourt t-esidlence, andl - we be1
to aissulre eu and al of (oilt most, pro~
foun gra'ndeforsuch service.
R \VWit.h mnch respect.
Mu. & Afun. h .1. Wvs'N& F, IuY v
A otl) sti4mm sTrio!N.
Dt the Prople Fp-mk 0at st i t1.7t to Wt rk
for This New Itcntd
I'tIeredge, Saluda County, S. C.
Mit'. Editor: I sed out this .aticle
it,h your perisitotn to inform the
6t1iad mnen of tue special nlecds anlld
Ivanitilges of at road thl'ouglh this
muntry. So falI as I know, the dotble
aik road that is behig talked of so
Itch at this timei from Ottio to Port
oyal, Should in my Imlind, be0 built by
'hitmire, S. C., to Newberry, which
one of the backbone cities of the
ate, then straight throughl the St.
alke's section, willch is tie Itmost iI
rtant pait, of Newberry Couity,
Ossing the B ig Satuda aboutone mlile
love tie tmouth11 of litt,le Salida river,
ence across the it,tle Saluda otn
roulglh it Iew and thriving ittlt see
n of wet1-to-do farme.", soinetimties
tied Jamestown. I,ere everything
.i be laised in, tie .way or prtoiice.
uits and vecgetables of atl killtis t.ht
ty people Iay wVaIt., if at tailroad was
ilt ti'ough this comintry. Buti-. as it,
, I',here is no road ineatrer. th.1 t w(Avv
les; therefore tiie people have been
tt back to some ext,ent..
T1h Big Sala i vet, natr1 tiis
ace, Is Crowied with fact.ory sites and
tter power, the falli being so grvat..
uId ft'rom .11tiamestown this road will ruil
tret. tilwtougti a section of country genl
ally known its Smut,h0ville, andt a
-ettier place fotr a town is lio wttere to
found. Tis place is situated otn the
-ginnling of a hi"gh lat ridige that rn Os
'yond ,eesville, which, in my opin
It is the prettiest. little town in the
ate. And if the dotible tlack road is
lilt,, Leesville will become a city he
F: nttoiy y 'ar-, as thie-k will he a
0sn111g of the double track and C., C.
Blut before we come to ILovsville, ol i
reet line, t.eee is a growing litt-le
WnI of D0,1mna', suiirtroItIded by a t.t iCk
popimated fartiing country, well il
ith the times in the way of chirtiches,
hools and busineoss of all kinds. From
-'esville this road will run diret1
roug h a rieb couitry ont to 11laekvilhe
kd Bluford's brid-oe to Port, Ioyi.
Th'e knowldige that. we have is that
le aini of the builders of the doulile
ack road is to follow at, or near. tI
ne above io men,iaonei, leatmirg from
Au1mibus, Ohio, t I'oPrt Royal. S. C.
L% the people atlonlLr this lin speak
it and show to the mlei of .tneans that
wre is the place for it.
News Feromst . v'ilepr.
diLor llet:ald and News:
It siows! It snows! Th is port,ion of
d Terra firina is robed in a mantle of
'hite this m1or1ning. Won't, the chil
eln have a jolly tite?
This Is our first, year in this berg.
'o use a'western phrase, we pulled ip
tal:es tst November aid Ctossed the
tubiCon--etter known as Cannon's
reek, and we ire now pleasant.ly lo
t.ted neat' St, l'bili p's. ii, madte uts
tl saId to leave ouri old hotme andit pat.
richI such friends atnd neighbot's its
t li, tKempson , the MIllters, Me t.tses,
Iheetys, Ilowers atid a host, of otbers,
itt whetn we found ouisetlves ina tbe
1 idst of sucht open m-he arted, kind, so
lable and hiospitLablei tpeoplte ats the
cys, K(oons, Si ighis, Subters, D icket,s,
.3trumiptons, L omttinticks andit othet's, wev
v'ore soo nimdtol . feetlL t, home. We
:an i.i'oty say tthat, we at'e located amottg
Our school is tmovIig talontg smtoothily
with a slendaid at.tendance.
'This c:ommuntiiity can btoast oif mtitL
:hildre in itt a smiallI area t hatn anty othert
secLto oif counatry in te cotun ty . St
I'tiipts school tiasOt enilled sixtLy-sii
Lbh is 5tess1itn, tand not, a chihld lives as Ia,
ais one atnd one-thalf ttiles frotm tttt
school~ thoutse. tlasnt't, sitch a ount,ry
sptletid priospecwt fot' the fitntre' T[h<t
ehithi'ein are kitnd, soial anid bigh
tonedt, show inig t,ht, t,heyi havteti hieei
pr'oprtYlyitn-og hit up.I A tnoing thei. st.ti
denttts we hatve somtie whot aire sure' t.
tmak e theirt ives subtdline, tand leav'
theli' footprinit.s otn the sanid of .i me.
MI r. J as. Ii. I f at facte lost a good imil
11y Lthe~ way3 thet'e ISis a new tow
spinig up nearti Mtli tr. W. D. i alfaere
which bids faitr to rival (lilt cout
capi Itat in the neat' futurtet. Mr . ID. A
of y'ourt townt is the hi rit to have a stot
house cr'etetd Mr . I Iat ftare atnd NM
The st udenttts Itave cht rist, 'ned the towtu
Sleepy Hollow, and if t.te I ..gislat ttt"t
dhens iat onceO, andti tret. Ottrtselve 'inl shtai
for electrie Ii gh1ts, wateri works op'
hotuse andt stret cars. Mi r M.I
Wickeor lhas ntatted a numbtitet' of tl
as the ttw n grtows wve will let Th le lii
id andti Ntews heart f'rom its.
WVe took in Si'veranl turtkty innet
Chrbtistm , one-' atOit Walt et I ihufs, a
otne at C ol. HulIls. 'To loork t thte .pre
tatbtts it tdidt ntot er semblde tharid tit's
5i eenit cotton. Wt hby call t htit mt,'rk
dinnerts wtien the tittles 'onitaa
abhout ev'et'yth ing the aplpeti to cot
wisht? it is us''ltss for uis LI) say
spent,t lea'isan.t dat ys, for anty onme v,
knows t.hatt t,b ey al ways nmake it pie
ant for thiir hosts.
Success to he I et'atld andt News.
.Jan. 28, 1819. (. N
A netw line or Art S<inares to
sold1 at cost for casht at
8 a t.& T.avnolsFirj a...e .,..o
$75 GIVEN AWAY,
A IOIC HLL0, iMiJIY Ati(LU% wrrn
FREle TO OUR 8"1'UIitIEtts
THRKEC 011'1It PRIZVO8.
The Ifraid aid Nows lis always
beon averso to combiition offors.
In fact wo havo never donlo it and do
not intomtl to.
vo liavo, lowovoer, ililtdo al fi -
ralgolnt. with the lv ock Ili11 Bogo
Compainy by which wo can offer oneo
of thiir S) bluggios to our subscril
eri at tsolixtoly frvo.
Wo wanit ovory sill-icribor on II'
books and Ovory now siubsvribor to
h1avo inl opportulity to g:iil tihis capi
Tho buggy will bo oin uxhibitiot
at, tho storo of Mlr. Eldw. R. llipp
Its son Its it ar ivos from oiock Ilill.
Thelcon lit ions on whlicl ihsll imgg
will be41 given1 art: Wo proposo to
stclrt t wo largo ipltimpils il ovoer%
porson who plys onlo yor I' . suibm ip
tion to Thm Illrild and News ho
twoonl now anid tho first, day of Apri
will bo givoln onev guilss it lot n1ur1
ber of setl in t tw o ptiipkiis. *
Tho Ono who coit's ntarest, to Oie
numbolr of st-ods inl tho two uI) mpIIII
k;iS will be givi'en the huggv IcaI
p1loss to be writ.tvin inl inlk onI Ilhe
batek of anll onvel10e id tho 1a1n11t
of ite p-ersonl writ , toln on it slip of
patpor and pimt, inl tho PlnvOlopo, the
OlnvOlopo smalvd fuld dopositted inl Ii
billot box, which is to bm lockO filnd
kept. lockold itil itho itward is iltUdl.
I'Vory personl who payIN as muchVII as
10, onii yoar's sulbscription, to b
outitiloi to ono guess. Thoso wli
ar11 inl arr1-ars and paty ba1ck d:114s 1.
havv onm guess for each 1. t b
pay. If yoll canilot, play back dIutiv
y'ol cinl givo is your loto for b ack
tili tlit have oloi g1less for 1this
Vtar which youl pay, all back dils
mu11sI. h arranlgt(t in order tot 1tith
yol to i gless. 'hIoso who hinet
palid inl advance cinl hav1I a gutss b h
pil ilig for anlothor yoiar for which I
Lthoy will bu g-ivenl crodit. WVo ha1vo
enrt puliipkins bocallst it will givt
our onut of tht coiity sibscribl-rs anll
Opport ntiity to guess for t vy will
know as inu1ch about tho litiilhO,r of
seod in tho puimpkills ats Ohose who
Wo will also givo as a second pIizP a
set of buggy uirnes valued at $12.50
and a ti)ird pizo of a barrel of flt i v oi,
Il1 i1 fourth prizo of Ono year's sub.
scription t.o Tho Horald and Nowt.
If ono allail lilts Illoro ill a n gii u - gi
iltougi Iisli guesses werie Ill rtest til
pu1t onl exhibitionl at Edlw. 1. }I ipp'i
niot often have to steenret at nice5
hulggy ittit at.fll htIame tIimo got ai
g~oodl new~spapemtr at Ite re'gulair
Callf a t thle ohlied andic pay3 youmr
subscrip t.ionl and11 rtegiter your3 vl otet.
their1 giesses tiia we( will ston thant
thoy ario vtd(.
A fte'r the guetssv's are1 cilosedt a1 com
s .\1 I. WV. .1. flakt t, tti t<l "n liay last,,
y '.i1.h inla.. iat. i i 'bOne oft bis .-oni, ii r'.
. I'tre:-t ILakO. ini .\Ilat: uni,ah of Iiliht.'
g w' t ai ma Ve c.t 1. etllity. ma!l was if
n year1s, Ife wai,s at membetIr of Ilhe .11as
it, I Nan c ('amnp, tI. ('. \'., andt hat
r- 'l'hie IILflI hlitm NOws oetens itIs symi
mi patb toh'I the faily.1
Stop tt1at Hack !
rl Hefore it is hoo latto. The t imo I'
" aktek ia col is whien it is just betgin
"l nng. A holtt ofr thoto
ey Cornpoundo C1oughl Syrupif if taklen1 a
orj lie righ~t tim1e3 will ave you a13 31sti/
il illne.,s. It giv't i, inistat relief froi
""l that. diu~.iitageebl rawness' of fth
fio throa1lIt that comest with a coht
a. it is in not waly unlpleasanlt to tak
It's prIliois only 2o cet'is a bott I
H lmItTS'ION & G; I bi)iI's
b)o Drnia St
Reimember weI can Hatisfy all yo1
'- othnr treng utoro wvinne.
-igh Grade and Stand
ard Acid Phosphate,
with or without Pot
1ilot Boy Fertilizer.
3old Dust Guano.
.otton Seed Meal.
(ainit and Muriate Pot
.et others' prices and
call on us; will save
Newbeiry Oil Mill,
Jy L. W . Floyd,
AUl Of the1! h-aMling" 11OWSpaperS andl
in nzin at. tilhe hwust. 1at11, s. Six
erami voinhinuiomn .\ 0a/.n ers for
N,. - -.\ItClll-o's ani Scribnel 's for
No. 2. - A uslots and Sribinrs, $3 50.
No. 3 -- -\slevs aid jNlaltru's; $1.65.
No. I N110' h111-i's. (' 0 inop MolitLn t
Il linst"y'S, *2.857.
No I A it .-', Nl4Clro's and C*O
No. ti. I Itioe .otit lo rl, Yolith's
'minpanil 111 Nhilsoy's, uni.5i0.
I offerl allNy of Ile abovv (mibinlattions
it il I'chl trny 1, IS99, )IN.
-i1-A.;k for Iig. circular.
. M I l\ it, A-Ient,.
Nowhvrry, S. (.
au as Uou Go
ll io, tif \Ot, who - holight, your
01tis Il. Ily Itoro last yo. know
oW Itich elli'a)r you bollgilt illuu,
hanl youl di wNV4 yoll bought. t heml
rom othoer plaves atIld had theill
IIgei, this proves that tih best.
a nd th e saf way is pity a1s you
o. TerI art )e CrtItii I hiIg ill
ry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Dress
"oods, and Notions you havo
i buy) ovory Illoltih inl Iho yilr tnl
'onl wtnlt t 4 saVII all youl cl onl viach
uIreII sLO Itt tl rtt iS it) (111u itiOnk
>lilt, what,I yoli call biy t.holin chollpx r
r,1m Ituo thalin nilero elso. I
-arry it voll solected stuck of tho
)wst tilugs the inanufact.ueori iunluk
kid soll theli for loss thanll anily mnll
Ai tOVIL. ('o1e at SMt 118 o4.,11
AT COPELAND Bros'
You0((I will ttn I te P1lest
I'OU 11 ot ilTl })lht(es,
lihe best is alwsi he~I t ('hel.t-e2
htap1 as2 we. 14ll Il. WO keepI a1 gOotll
orI )i' ; ,its, ( Ilt hing, 81hoes, Hatuuh
ti1l1, N it touts, ()Vteeonl lI'tiot"i'.\,
I1,a4(4, Ithbbons,(C iovus, liltandikercieufn
'itt, iit nra, AIlackintosh (' t ,
WE S1ELL THEM TIS WAY:
('e i ill (' ii I2o 14, : 11es .(' ie ,- .
4G o I )>ri'Iin~g, I.le
:,i I ci Ih linvy I)iIns, 5tC.
( ;.o a li' Soils .1 at.ttt up.
Nlent's $5 8Snins ('It: iwts for .250,.
NI in's j1 :II nis fIr I7.50
I tentvy lIrtoganst fr(in i'.a, to1 $ 25.
:;I itch Wouol hi litig I)ress. ['nods 10 -
S "t "t "t I" 20e,
.1i I i1--b Ilik h'ngu red N .\iLa. r I>) e 4
( loodis, 25c.
.1.4 I tt i l he'~'(I h 1 iie li.s not, .'i . I .
$2 00t " " "' $1.65.
t:nt i '2n' " ' $2.75,
1 $1 l.i II.
Ni sini . it, N tvwherry, S. (7.
(A Ac if, i0p JOlt8 iiRiANNUM.
K I I.~ bh are..A t fi e i Pric'e,
A%C A t1211t flit kti,.t5S .. thin hea in Sib
e ii. .i' i y flr.t eli,e deleri only. if nAo Afn salt
s i R OCK 11.1. BUGGY CO., Rock Hill1, S.C.