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Corrected evor.; Tuesday and Friday
by Suimer 3ro8.
Meat .... ......... 6(a6e.
Shoulders ..... 7c.
Ilatis ....-............................ 10(M124c.
Best Lrrd ............... .......... 74 80- c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 500.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35c.
Corn -.----............................ 65C.
M eal ----..... . . ......... ........... (100.
lay . ..----.---.- . . ! ............... 76c.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.00.
st Patent Flour.................. $5.00.
2nd Best Flou .................... $4.50.
Strait Flour ................... ... $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour ............50Q0).00.
Suga ................. ..... ......... 5 ( c.
R i .ce. ............................... O(-18ic.
Cofce .............................. 0( 20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Iulls, per cwt.............. 30C.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15(a20c.
'ggs,'per dozen ................. loc.
Chickens, each.................... 124(a)20c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 55c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 5u.
Oats, putr bu shel.................. 410(i)50c.
.et potatoes .................... 40(a)50c.
,^yo P S, per lb ......... (ay 8c.
Bma d irer cwt ......... ( c.
15,10ie,u's Arnica alwv.
aW The best Salv4.in the world for Cuts
ruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
b ever 8:)res, Tetter,'h apped Hands
01 liulblains, Corns, and\ all Skin Erup
tlIs, and positively cues Piles, or no
,ay regpired. It is guaranteert to give
parfoct saisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
Nowberry, S. C., January, 1899.
WILL SPL TO THEI HIGH H ST
sealed hidder my entire Stock of
Groceries, oil Monday (saleday), Feb
rua Umlh, 189). Terms cash. Scaled
bids will be received ip to 2 o'clock
same dlay. I reserve the right to reject
any or all bids.
Next dootr to J. 1: West.'s P.urniture
Store, LowerN Main St., Newberry, S. C.
To Unro a Cold i Ono Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsulte. for La
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25
cent,s at all druggists. Guarant.ced to
cure or money refunded. tft6mr
U1. 8. Jurors.
Messrs. A. J. Gibson and C. .\. Bow
man have been drawn as petit jurors
for the United States Court at Charles
ton at the A-pril term.
11mo for em(l.
For fu rt,hr paruieulars call on Mrs.
M. l. Lake. on College street. t&f tf
The sale still continues at the bank
rupt sale of Goodman & May bin. 25
per cent off New York cost is drawing
the Crowds to that great sale. It
Programame of Teachor'l Apoulal ion, Feb
ruary 11, 1891).
The Philosophy of Ntunbers-Prof.
W. K. Sligl.
Geography and History Taug-ht To
gether--Prof. R. M. Monts.
Pestalozzi-President Geo, 13. Crom
Wool, washed and unwashed, with
burrs or without and hides and pay
the highest markot price. Call and
taf tf. SUMM~'ER B3ROS.
Service at St. Luke'sq.
Rev. Mr. Holmes will be at New
berry anul hold service in St.. L4ukes'
Episcopal Chur~ch this afternoon at.
4 o'clock, also on Sunday morning at
11 and afternoon at 4 o'clock. T1he
punblic is invited to these services.
If you want geniuine b)argains you
had bettcr hurry up, and go to the
batnkrupt sale of Goodman & Maybin. It
One of the oldest and
best Guanos on the
market is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hipp. tf
Thme 1lisponnaury lCobbedit.
Tuesday night some one broke into
the dispensary and stole a pint. andl a
half of whiskey and $2.35 in cash. The
entrance was made by breaking through
the front glass and coming out, through
* the sIde door. The thief must. have
been frightened by Policeman Carter,
as so little was missing. All the cash
'was taken that. could he gotten at.
T1he 1)olice hav'e a clue which will
dloublt.less lead t,o the capture of the
Cotton Seed MeaI!
It will pay you to see us before
buying. t-f if Summer Bros.
H-avinLr sold ouit my stock of D)rugs,
Paints, Oils, Books and Stationery to
Dr.. L. G. Corbet,t, I take this olportu
nit,y to aot,u rn mny thanks t,o the many
kind friends who have given mue their
pat,.'rnago for t.he past, twelve years,
and ask a continuance of the saime t.e
the new nmanagement. Mr. J. A. Simp
son will still be with Dr. Corbett at t.he
.old stand. Respect,fully,
It,. A. Hi. KICON.
Buist's Prize Medal
10c papers for 5c.
Peas and Beans in
bulk, and Red and
White Onion Sets, for
sale cheap at
ROBERTSON & GILDEW'S
VA ltlOtI ANI A., ARMiUT.
Mlonday is aaleday.
Mr. I. S. 13. Kibler is -clerking for
Mr. T. hl. Wells, of PeIzI, Is visit
ing Mr. Wull's family lin Newberry.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright will preach at
Holena Sunday at, 330 o'loik p. m
Miss Enva Gary, of Newberry, is visit
Ing her sister, M es .1. A. Bark-dale, .1I.
See what .. It. 1air lts to say about,
bleyele". H e is off 'inrg bargaills in
Tle Court of Sessions will convene
on Moiday, 20th inst. Judge Gage
Call at I.d w. It. II Ipp's store and see
The [erald and News' handsome pre
mUn0 buggy. It's i h au t.y.
Air. I'. U. Gilliard has moved. into
the house on .Johnisione street recently
vicated by ir. 1'. 1". Pawley.
MIaj. and Mrs. I,. W. C. Blalock, of
Goldville, haxe beeti visiting relat.ives
in t.he city for the past few days.
Mayor MIyer. was outon Wedlnesday,
but, wis not, able to be out yesterday.
Alderman Iwart acted as iayor pro
It is rumored In Columbia that Con
gressman Latimer will be a candidate
for Governor next year. This is only
Mlr. W. Y. Niiller, who has been in
the butcher business in Unii for the
)ast few months, came over to New
Mrs. Hattie Dukes, of Alabama, who
las been on an extended visit to the
,Iisses Bradley, left Wednesday m1orn
ig for lier home.
The tillme for 1111kilg tax returns, ex
iries on the 20th inst. If you have not,
tlrCady maeIC your Ieturni you hiad but
er attend to it at once.
There will be regular survices at the
Lutheran chureh at, the u1sial hour
Sunday morning and ia congregational
neeting iillilediately after services.
Our premium Iiuggy has arrived from
tock Hill and can he seen on exhihi
oll at, EAW. It. Ilipp's store. 1 's a
meulty, and you wanit a chance at, it.
The Board of Fire Masters have rev
mimended to the city,council to have
Ahe Iitr alarm bell rellulng anld to fl
lish oadges for the lienlli, to be worn
it, all timles.
Dr. .1. 11. Thornwell lectured in the
)>)rat house oil Tuesday igligt to at
rItirly gOOd 1111dieIC0. We ar1-e sorry to
lave to state that we were somewhat
lisappoint.ld in thie lecture, but, it is
>ossiblu that our expectations were
Agent -as. A. Burton informs us that
,very preparation is being made to be
rin work on the Sout.hern's lare, colli
nodious and handsome depot for New
jerry. It will be uilt but,ween "riend
in( P'latt street,s, and the South,ern in
'ends to make it an oraililent to the
ity. We shall have more to say of
'his in the future.
A Clover Trick.
It. certainly looks like it., but there is
'eal ly no trick about It. Alny body call
riy it who hlas LamIle lack and 'Weak
Kidneys, M'alaria 01r netrvouls troubles
WVe mean~i he canl eure l iIself right,
1%way hy talking IClectric liitters. ThIs
.IedicineI tne up1S I1 tile whlol system,
iets ats ai811 stimulant to the Liver and
KIineys, 1s a (1lood 11 puriler andii n1erve
ainting Spiell, 8leepllessss and( i Ale
iincholy, It is purely vegetable, a rujildi
taxative, and1 05estre the systeInl to its
LatuIral vigor. Try IElectrie liitt.ers and
L1e convinlced that1 tbey are a IlnIiacle
wo(rker. Cve'ry bt,t I gu~aran(lteed(.
Daily 50e. a bottle at [Robertsonl & Gil
ier's and Pelhlam's D)rug Store.
Notice ('to PesionI liosrdsN.
Township 1'enisioni IHoards who have
mlade no0 report to the CounIIty L'ension1
Bloardl willI meet, iln tl,eir T1ownships5 at
heCir usual place of meeting, onl Satur
lay, February l 1th, aIt 1i o'clock a. m1.,
nld malike a rep)ort, 1o the CounIty li oni di
by the 13th day of February, l8 I%
Members of tbe County lloard will
mee~tt iat Newbmrry, S. C., on thle 13th.
lay of February, 189)9.
Chlalrman of CoIunt,y I Ioatrd.
"'I think I wold go crazy with pain
werJie it, not, for ChamlfberIlainsl's Ilaill
Halm," writes Mir. W. H1. Stapleton,
HIerini e, IPai. "'I hav',e3 been a Ill ietedl
with llheumal~tism1 for sever~al years
and( have tried r''eedies I withot, num-111
betr, but iin I almH is the best med ieinie
I have got, hold( of.'' One appl)1ication
relieves the latin. For sale by W. 1:.
The South 1bou1nd train on t.he Column
bha, Newher'ry an1( dIlaurens rail road
rail inlto a wooad trinI fourteen iniles
North of CJolumbia bu, Tluesday, andi was
wree'kedl. Mail algent IKiian111 was
IiCxprs M)' Iesseinger P owell and( i'ni-i
neel' CliI tonl wer,e also0 hur t.. Thle Nor11th
boundt tratin had been delaye b't y acel
dIent, t,o a freig hIt oin tile Coast IAlIte.
Tuesdaiy's "'Itp tralin from111 Columbia 111
did( not ai'rive hlere uintilI seven o'clock
Tuecsday miornIn g.
It's ia I, autmy.
Th'le H-eralld and1( News p)remlinm Rock1
11111 iluggy Is inow on exhiblittin at,
ICdwu. RL. HIipp's store. CaILl and11( see
it and1( you wvill seet a beant.y. Stomie
subhscriber to t,lhi aper' is going to get
this buglgy andt all it, will cost him will
be ai year's sulbsr'i ption to T1het 1IIeraldt
and1( News. Wh len you cllI to see the
buggy ask to see thet har'ness-the see
wlihih y'ou are' guecssinhg the nlumber of
seed t,hey ('ontain, Readtt the olfer of
p)remiulms in anot1her coluImn.
One of the oldest and
best Guanos on the
market is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hinn- tf
Till'. TOBA'CO (AHOWEI1S.
Ai Muttimiatic ee4-tilsir opf i oeiklitoldir,
i itOit I e 4-re iltre s.1* 411 is 1i.
Tuetbiy night, a met li ig of tit suh.
cribersto Lit! - stouk of the Tobac
Gr w owrs' A hsoiaitit ioII (if N ewbe tr
(ounty, t-gether with other citizent
ilatt-All. wais held in the Council
Clilt noi bul-,4.
t w 1 e4. i lu e neetllig and
1a 1 iiiij. ior'u interestin by 1he pres
ence . t I raveling nmn w ho was pres
ent b. ifviita,ioln to atkddrees tle iect
iniv onl tle silbject of tobaccoci cult 11re.
TIh.e cloction of ollicers was gole i lto
amid resu4lted ats foll()%Vs:
P'residentlt-'. .1. urtl-kcl.
SeetaryV Itmd TesrrZ
11Mard of PiVeor-. .l. Pireell,
Johnt 11. vii-ker., (Geo. W. Stumller.
J. W. White and N. 1'. 'awley.
Thle committee appointed ILL at pre
vious meeting to solit, Subsulci 'Vions
to the stock met, wi itil.elh success,
something iover fift.y share having been
slbscribed, and it, will he still f[ t,lic i
It was decided that the association
would -o to work at once, secure a man
to t,akt charge of the matter and culti
vate the crop.
Messr. E. P. P1awley and Geo. W.
Summer were appointed ia committee to
visit Plotrence and Darlington and em
ploy at man to make tile experimient for
tbem this year. The voiiittee will
leLVe in a few days oi its IliSSiOln.
The assooiat,ion hias several tracts of
land in view near town on which to
maltIk' the experiment, but no declsIon
will be reCChed until the I1sistILICe of
tle expert is Secu-red.
If there are others who would like to
sub,scri:c to the stock they should make
the fit k InIOwI ILL once to t lhe president
of the association, Mr. G. J. l'ureell.
1illionm uivei Away.
It im verlainly gia-ifyilg to the pub
lip. to kniow of onel vollevrt inl thet land
Will t rt 111t af11r-id lt I gVIeIMut to the
needy and r tifi-riiin. The proprh-tors
of Dr. King's New Diesovery for Coil
s millitim . Coll; hS 1111(1 ('o1l14. lve
given awauy ovt,ie- tetmillion rial bot
t us of I bis great tedicine; and have
t lie sat isfilel lon oif knowing it has 11
0olutely curf-d tholunetilds (if lopeh-ssi
catmes. Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarse
ness and i11 diseases of tle Throut,
Chest ald lungs are surely cured 1-y
It. Call onl Rtibertson & Mider and W.
l4. Pelliana, Druiegis, aid get a 10r41
hotte free. Ilt-gular size 50 and $1.
Every bottle guaranteed, (oi I:, e re
Wasthinigion Tea Pairly.
Thlis most attractive [ aid inique el
turtainment will be given on the 22md
of this month, (the i167th anniversary
of the birth of the "fatther of ls CO111
try",) by the BLlchelor Maids, lit the
Armiory, for the plrpose of raiking funds
for ChILritable work.
An int.eresting fetiturcof the eveningr
will he tie presen.1ce of (eorgre Wash
ington himself and his most charming
Te will be served in a most dainty
manner by the fair Maids thenselves
(claLd ina ye ol den btyle) in boot,h rere
senting the thirteen original4. States.
A "cake walk"' will be one of t,be ait
L,ractionis of the ovening2, -in which the
M aids 1hop1 all will1 participaI4te.
The admission wvill he the small sum
of ten cent,s, and tea will be served( for
a very reasonable 1amou14n t.
We tipe that, t-his noble elfort on the
pawt, of t.he Maids will be encouraged,
andi( that, t,bey wi I he! aiided by the pies
ellee of ev'er(t e inl Lowni. It, is a1 most,
priseorlthy work and4( should meet
with mXuchI succeLss. -
Anr EditIor's4 litf Saive-d by laiuurain,'
D)urinrg the early p)art, of October,
1 81)1, 1 contracted a haLd cold wvhich set -
Lied en my lung and5 h was negleet.ed
un1thil I fearedi t,bat conIsutnt,Iiinl had 1ap
pL'ared iln144 an 1iciint, st,a.n. I was
eonstant,411y coughlin g an rd try~'inrg to ex
14el11 something whIih I co nt. 101 I
becamine ailarmiedl an d aLfte4r gilvinrg the
1local d1octor aL trial bonghlt, a4 bottle of
Chambelin's Cough Itemedy' and the
rest was imm red iate im1.provemienit, and1(
aifter' I had used1 lb,hree bott,ie m1 iy 1114ngs
were4 restored to) iiheiri141. telthy state.
IB. H. Ildwar4ids, 1Publhiishler of The Re
view, Wyant1, Ill. Por sale by W. I10.
Cong ressman ILati mier has filed La pe
Li t,hon at the 1)ost.ollice IL depatrt,et ini
Washin11 gtoi for 1.h1e establl ishmrient, oif
Pa'Iysinrger pIostoll Ie, four44 miles loulth
of Newberry with Mrs. 10mma4 liuzhiardt,
as. p)ostmaLslt.r. If 1.h1e Illien h4e estah-l)
lished it, will have a dily 3 mail on t.he
Uti 44 rouite.
A pet itLionl11. has alsobeenu 4 mad e for L,he
re3-estahllishment oIf Sunishine pos4to1ice,
wit,h Jioh n I ~. Crooks as~ pos4tmt,er5L.
"'I have been a constanrt sutfocrer from
hieadnehrs and4( w'eak eves I l,hought,
mIy trouble was du le to 1atarr and111.1( I re
sorted1 to Ilood's Sasaparillar. I was
soon imriovl'inig, andif I have had.4 noI se'
v(er .attaeCs since I bleganu talking this
medC(icine I raninot, 52ay too4 muchili in it,s
praise84."' INDIA N A 1. 1111, Suni ny Side,
Ii COUS Pi [-1 cu4re a4.1 liver ills.
I'dasy to I aLke, easy to oi crate: i eliable,
For High Grade
EVANS & WILBUR,
I will havo an Auction Sale of
Watches, Clocks, Silvor Plated
Ware, Kuives, Forks, Jewelry and
Silver Novelties at My Storo overy
hight next week bogining Monday
February Oth at 7.30 o'clock and
Closi tg Saturday February 12
'Tie Jewoler and Optician.
Asmcimation fr latuttoe A ward.
A numh tuber of ladies of the cit-y of ('o
11um11bia Imet, in that city i few days ago
and orgallized Ali a-solcitatin of u'atri
otio A ward. it s present objuet blIng the
)rocu1ring of I suitable testimonial for
Lieut. Victotr Blue, which was decided
would be a handsomoe medal. Tie sec
retary was instructed to write to a lady
in each town and village inl this State
informing her of lier appointment as
collector for t,ie association, and re
Ietaig her to gather funids for the
test,ilionlial tlLid. Miss Susan Ma
zyck wis choseni as collector fotr New
Wlant Malgitrnte- Electtd by liMe PrImary.
N r .ditor: We ee in yourl Friday's
issue that there is probability of redue
ing the niumber of inagistrat.cs in New
herry Couity to five. It sceeis ats if the
WeIVel-he2adLel Mowe', the genial "Ilulb"
Ivats, atild the wit,el dog Blease have
been tacen in with the idea, ats well as
the wide-awake editon' of The Herald
The idea I. il itilolts --Iritnr all the
petty la%% -.-;llits to tkwn! Why not have
AL counllty court. with a ju(Ige versed ir
\Ve bee tio reason why it should he
done. If one (if the county oilcers has
had his salary reduced, is that any rea
sou why the country peopleshould ride
froml t,en to twen t-y miiles to town to at
tend pett,y law-seityY llrah fot
NyCh'Ie ! Stand for home rule, Wycl e.
If the meihers of the I egislature
wish to do the right thi.ig, let them
have the imiagistrttes ule(t.ed by the
pritiLtry, und thenhe he 1 "DLtch oitto'"
will not, have aiy cause to Say that, the
magistrates are cost,ing toot much
monley. W iATv N i-,xTi.
For the ittolti
There is to hetter medicine for the
habies than iham i berlaiti n's Cough iltem
edy. I ts pleasatnt taste ainl prompt, nt
iflietUal etures nike it, at favorito with
motbers and smil ihiildr'ein. It ofiekly
cileur their Cou1hs aItnd colds, prevent
ing pneumonia or other serious conse
quenceu. I t, also cures eroup and ias
been used in tens of thousands of cases
without a single fajilur'e 50 farl' as we
have been able to learn. It not, only
curies er'otip, but when giv"en as soon as
the cr'oup~y cough tappear's, will prevent
the attack. In eases of whooping cough
it liquefie s the totigh mucous, making
it easier' to expector'ate, tandu lessens the
severity antd frequiency of the p)ar'ox
ysmsi of coughing, thus udepri vi ng that
disease of all thitnger'ous conlsequtences.
I"or sale by W. 1l. IPelham. I)rutggist.
- 1899 -
- MODELS -
The '99 Model far
surpasses any Bicycle
Stanidatrd Equ(itmutstO on 0 a1ll the
spr)tockets andl Aluniminm Chain
Gtuar'd, muakes the eaisio-t r'unning
wvhool ont the mariket.
& Palmer Tires,
J. R. FAIR, Agt.
Newborry, S. C
AMITY LOflEHO, 8'7, A. F. M
A ICOUI.AltCOM\IUN ICATlION
of ity landge', Ni. 87, A. 1'. M.
will ben bei rI et Pt IMundahy eve ninng at
'l (it o'clock, Inn Masonie HI tall. Vlsiting
brerbrn elIcord'l ially wenlcomedn'u.
A. C..JON i'8, \V. M.
.J. H1. Ai INAn, S'ecretry,.
STATE OF SOUT111(A ROL IN A,
COUNTY OF NEWBEItRtY.
WV. \V. Hodges, Esq., Proba te .Jutdge.
WVhere'as, J1. A. DaLni. Is bath matde
stilt to mie to grtant hIinn Let ters
of Ad min Istration or thle estate tend
ef'ets of MIin. H.arih A. Damnlelv, dee.'d.
'These are Ithe'ref.re to e stid adl
mninsh -.ell nun slingiultar ine klindredi
andi( credli tor4 oft lie si Mr ns. Harath AX.
Daiiniels, dlecensed , t hst. they lie a nd inp
pear before nme, In the Couirt of P'robat e,
to he hold( at Newhberry Couirt Ho(iuse,
oin the I17thI day of Ii''ebruariy niext , a'ter
p)iulcatio,n herenif, nat II o'clIock In the
fornt'i'i, to hown e'nnise. it any theuy
hinve, whmy thle sallid Admnninisletration
shouiid niot bei graintedl.
(Iivei'n un'der my hianid t hiIs the 2nd(
usiy of 14eb:'uniry. A\nno i)omnin 1891)
WV. W. HTOI)GI'5,
.J P. N. C.
$75 GIVEN AWAY,
A HOCK 1Il.. IlUotiV Antoi.tiTF
PtVI.11' flult .3 aa
'Tll It 1.1p 0 tlCt Pat 1.,0-.
Th I4erald n'nd N.-ws has aways
beeI aver- to coinittion offers.
Ilk fict we hanvo never dlone it aitn do
not intold to.
Wo ha11VI-, however, ma111do anll ar.
ratgoiont, with the l' ek liiil Bgligy
Company by which we can offor one
of their bm>,> buggivs to onr suibscrib
ers absolitely free.
We wanit. (Vilry ,ubscribor (,n mur
books and every now smbsvriber 4)
havo an opportunity to g.lhi IIi vpi
The buggy will bm ,n exhibition
at the stor. of Mr. Edw. R. Ilipp
as oon as it airrivos from iock I lill.
The conditiolns oil which Ilis buggy
will bm givon are: Wo proposo to
secure two large pumpkins and evey
porson who pays one year's t.-ubscrip
tion to The Herald ind News bo
tween now and the first day of April
will be given one gnls; at. the 11111
ber of seed in the two pumpkins.
Tie ono wlio comes nearest. to the
number of seeds in tho two uminp
kins will be given th() buggy. Each
guess to b written in ink on the
back of al onvelope lld the name
of tho portion written oil it slip of
paper and plit in the vivelopo, the
envelope seiled anld dh-posited in it
ballot box, which is to bm locked and111
keopt locked unitil the award is made.
Every person who pays its i ich is
S1.50, 11 year's subscriptioln, to be
ontilled to one guess. Those who
tre it arrutirs tid pay baick (ies to
have onl( guess for iech $1.50 othe
pay. If yoi euicannot. pay back (lutes
you Caln givo u1s youlr nloto for back
dies and have onlo guess for tis
year which you pay, ill back dues
must bo arraiged ii, order to (ntitlo
you to a guess. Those who lavo
paid in advatneo can ham i a guess by
paying for another year for which
they \1l be given credit. We havo
seC11r0d puml) pkins becauso it. will give
our out of the county stbscribirs ani
opp-ortunlit'y to guess for they will
know ats much about tho nu.nber of
sOd in the ptCpkins as thosO Who
We will also give as it second prize a
set, of 1.uggy harness valdtivi at $12.50
aind a third prizo of a barrol of flour,
and a fourt It prize of one year's sub.
scription to The Herald and News.
If on 1111111 has m1.oro thian ono guess
he cani Only securoe pr0 )ize oveni
though his guessos woro~( ntarest the
correct number of seed1 ini thu two
The11 buggy anid the htarne(ss wvill bo
put 0n oxhib)ition iat Et'dw. Rt. H-ipp's
store and1( the pumpt1kin5 wvill be1 thtere
ailso if you desiro0 to 500 them).
This is ati op)portunity you will
nlot oftent have to secure a nici
b)uggy and at tho samoe timoi get a
good newspapur at the regulair
Call ait thle olico anud paty youra
subscripjtion atnd register youtr vote.
Those who find( it inconvint 141to 4
call can11 send( the subscription anid
their guesses iandi wo( wVil soo(4 thait.
After thu gue~ssets atr( closed ai comt
mtittoo of dlisinterestedl persoins willI
bo aippotd and01 11 alsked( to open the
pumpk)10in and count the seed( anrd
Itemiedios for Colds.
1uRomodios~ for Coughs.
1t14mod4(ios for Soro Throat.
RIoitdies for Croup.
Itemtted ios for Bronchiltis.
Ited iis for Consumptti ont.
Everything for thte sick at close
High Grade and Stand
ard Acid Phosphate,
with or without Pot
Pilot Boy Fertilizer.
Gold Dust Guano.
Cotton Seed Meal.
Kainit and Muriate Pot
Get others' prices and
call on us; will save
Newberry Oil Mill,
By L. W. Floyd,
t I'e I L t I it I N 11 t (I I III ('atst gels.
We Iotice in IIr I Monitlly for .1atnw
il-y, 1amon4g the contriniulors to the
Thornwell ti'phaa i. of ('linitol, 1 h4
11 sI of the fo llowi r Newhieri.insi:
\1r. aI t al M r.S. \\ It. Ihm!11t, Nir. 1-'. A.
: t , Allr. .1 '. TodlN. I. .1 . \\ iIp
i tli, an r i I ialII s I I Ii r11i.0i h1 . .. (
1,h1i, is a Iobll'. inlst-iit-m It-in ald wor l hy
-.f 1 11 11, ifts bet'.wIP .d
Are prepared fror,m Na
ture's mild laxatives, and
while gentle are reliable
and eflicient. They
Rouse tre Liver,
Cure Sick I leadache, Bil
iousness, Sour Stomach,
and Constipation. Sold
everywhere, 2,c, per box.
l'reparodbyC.I. lood& Co.,Lowell,Mass.
50 PER CENT
Yes, that is what
many lines of goc
All wool Dress Goods wc
Now going at
Same worth 65c.. now g
Same worth 75c., now g
Same worth 85c., now g
Same worth $1.00 now p
goods at half price.
On Capes and Jackets w
more than half off.
Many other goods too nt
goods at Ic
Stop that Hack!
1314orV it Is too lattv. Tho tilme toI
tiklo it cold is wlii it is just begilk
Iling. A hottlo of lIWohb o 'S"
Comlipoumil igh Syrll if tloI at
11ho right timilo will Savo a011 It s0V4i
iIn Iess. It gives instit r-lief froml,
Iihqt disitgreeatblle rneiil'ss iof th.
throat iitih t er los With it coil,
IIl is in Io wiy ulsaluisnilit. to taklsv.
it'si prico is only 2,'l c nits it bottlo,
and is ofman1factulr-ed I Sohl t i r
o,o drugtt ii) st ore want s i
how muchet chseapjer you 1boughst them
from oth eres andu hwse m
cha rgesd, thiis paroves tha it, t.he loest
pana itnd the sitfe way is pa'y ias you
go). 'Ther15 are( certin tinigs ini
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Dress
Goods, and Notions yo hv
y'ou watit to siave iall 301 out can oneach
purichsosiii Irn isho is ino (iuost ion
but whatyo c'an buy )1 theim ebaipsir
from meo tanit anyh' r W o10 lsti. I
(arry it well sslseteud stock( of the
best thuings the nsaoumifactutrer's makeis.
and1( soll them3) fsori less Ihnae e it.y'~ mn
im townvr. Com alhas : iii t's ust 5 Ia'i,
CAPAC TV,O (a 1 0,00 . lO is ANNUM.
ROCK 'lillt.aa. BUGGY . CO , Roka ,S .C
Edw. R. Hipp, Ag&m,
Newberry, - 8. ('.
VIsit, ourii ite at, l>epart~ amis. Iu
barins, ut, 1 1 1,1,1 rie s'*
P LANT LIFM, to be vig.
orous and healthy, must
Phosphoric Acid and Nitrogen.
These essential elements are
to 1.lants, what bread, meat and
water are to man.
Crops flourish on soils well
supplied with Potash.
Our painphlits tell how to buy and apply
rertilizers, nd are fL -3 to all.
GURnAN KALE WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
R EDUCT ION !
we are offering
- - - 25c.
oing at - 32-c.
oing at - 371c.
oing at - 42.c.
oing at - 50.c
and all heavy woolen
e will give you a little
irnerous to mention.
give you good
AT COPELAND Brus'
Ymu will fl)nd the -Best
A00(s nd t lower pr1ies
ill'rior g is ire -sold
,ra oth01Ier ples
'l'he best k III wayl th elhape(t-eF
'eially it you VII buy the leSt a14
h1-1 ak' we . I. WI k 'e at good
tOwk, (-nrc4,l6y stoh'etuii, of D)ry (ioode,
)Irq!4' (; IfI4 , C lotII g, Shoes, 1-1a0H,
'atuIts, Not imi,4, overoitts. I I IIs.l )I oIerv,
nuelvs, l0hh1ous,(1'Ive(-, I 11andkerchiefv,I
Iil-jry, Un111b-tlla11, Mavl d ltomh (> at ,
WE SELL THEM THIS WAY:
("flod Calit.o, :c . Biest, CaIlico, -le.
-1. in h I leavy Shilring, .
t, U ' I )rilI intg~, to.
t7 onh |Ienvy l)il ls, 5o.
A\ gooda 9 4.z. allI wool .1 eansi, ine
M len 'M FS Snit Ci~lot hesH for' 2 M50.
Ileanv v lirIoansH froina 85,. to $1 25.
I' i II i re i's Shoesl fro)1n 50'. t o $; II0 pr.
:a I o.th Wool ilting l)r,NH go211d Itt,.
*lo ds 'I e.
I- l.un a.ll wo'ol Illeuitta, n.'I
32 2:5 ,laa ies' I"i ne I)ress Shioes $1.7P.
$2 unt " " "' " $l.65.
$1 ''O "'" " $1.15.
$3 So .\ e ' " " *275.
Wehve thoeln a41ti an y rice iron2 501
1 in. II 3.
( Xine. to us anid we will proveo any1
.\l sin St riet, Ni'wh -ry, S. (,
Greets His Friends in
And asks a con
He will be glad to
show you his goods
and to sell to you.
UALL TI) 8EE llI
II 'ri'aftr *i lat terns will he siold foir
changed. 5. J1 woot...