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Correcoted cycry Tuesday find Friday
by Summer Bros.
m eat-- ... .................. . .......... (?0 .
Shoulders --.... ----............... 7c,
l as .............................,,,, * 0(()121o.
Best L ard . .......... ........... 71( 8kc.
Best Molasses, new crop ...... '00.
(ood Molasses..................... 25@(35c.
C orn ................................... 650.
bleal .......... . . ......... .......... (10c.
H ay ................ ................ 75 .
W heat Bran........................ $1.00.
hst Patent Flour.................. $5.00.
2nd Best Floar .................... $4.50.
Strait Flou ........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sugar .................. ..... ......... 52(d6o .
R IC .................................... 61( oc .
Coffee ................................. 1 0 20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 300.
Butter, por b..................... 15@20c.
Eggs,'per dozen ................. loc.
Chickens, each.................... 121@20o.
P eas, per bushol .................. 550.
Corn, per bushol.................. 55c.
Oats, por bubbel ................. 40(050c.
Sweet potatocs ................... 40(c50c.
Turkeys, por lb .................. 6tc 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 75(q90c.
Buckilon's A rnica Baive.
The I-.'st Salve In the world for Cuts
Brulacs. Sores, Ulcers, Salt RLheum
F-evor Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tians, and ositively cures Piles, or no
pay requred. It is guarantef I to give
nrfeot R-Aisfaction or money rofunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
-tobertmon & (l1der and W. E. Pelham.
To Unre a Cold In One Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe,.Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refunded.- t&fM6m
Hereafter patterns will be sold for
cash only and they will not be ex
changed. S. J. Wooten.
Concerning the Guesses.
We have been asked by several per
sons how the'matter would be settled in
ease two persons tied in guessing at the
number of seed in The Herald and News
pumpkins for the Rock Hill Buggy
-nd other premiums. As each guess
is deposited it is dated and numbered
and of cou.se the llrst guess in would
be entitled to tho premium in case of a
tie, so you see It will pay you to guess
early and often.
Visit, our Remnant Departmum. Eig
bargains, but little prices.
2b S. J. WootLen.
House for Hent.
For furt,her paruieulars call on Mrs.
M1. '. Lake. on College street.. t&f Lf
Wool, washed and unwashd, with
burts or without and hides and piy
the highest market price. Call and
taW tf SUMMER BROS.
We see that Hon. Cole Blease, in an
Interview in the Herald ant News,
promised to work for "lower taxes."
Good for Mr. Bilease. We noticed last
week that Hon. D. HI. Magill moved to
lay on the table a motion to cut State
salaries Notwithstanding the lapee,
we are still banking on "Dave" and
lower taxes. -Associate Reformed Pros
Notice to Pens,ion hioarils.
Township Pension Boards who have
made no report t,o t,he County Pension
Board will meet in their T1ownships at
their usual place of meeting, on Satr
day, 1February 11ith, at 1! o'clock a. in.,
and mnak'3 a report, to the County B3oard
by the 13th (lay of F'ebr'uary, 1899
Members 'f the County Board will
meet at Newber'ry, S. C., on the 13th
day of F"ebruary, 1899.
Mv. A. CARLIASLE,
Chairman of County B3oard.
One of the oldest and
best Guanos on the
market is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hipp, tf
On account of the Mardi Gras festivi
t,1es o be held at Newv Orleansa Mobilc
and( Birmringham, February 7thi to 14th,
inclusive, the Seaboard Air Line wvil
sell ticket,s to those points, from all
s,atons, at a rate of one fare for thc
round trip. Tickets to be sold Febru
ary 7t,h to 13th, inclusive, good return.
ing until Februa.ry 28th.
For further information, in regard Li
r'ates, routes, schedule, &c., call on o1
addrei'ss ticket agents.
L, S. ALLEN,
General Passenger Agent.
Stop that Hack I
iBefore it is too late. The time t<
taclo a cold is wvhen it is just begin
ing. A bottle of Robertson's
Compound Cough Syrup if taken a
the right time will save you a seo
illness. It gives instant relief fron
that disagreeable rawniess of th<
throat that comes with a cold
atnd is in no wvay unpleasant to take
It's prie is only 25S cents a bottki
and is manufactured and sold at
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
Romdmnber we can satisfy all you
ether drug store wants.
VAHIOS ANIDALL AHOUT.
See notico of examination for teachen
Monday was a disagreeable day and
crowd in town %%as small.
Alr. Vetner Monroe,- of Hopewell,
Lautens County, is vibiting relat,ive"
in this city.
The grand and the petit juries for
the coming courts are published in this
The ollice of the Supervisor of Regis
tration was open on Monday, but few
Mrs. S. E. Duncan after a month't
viait to Greenwood has returned to
her home in Newberry.
It will be to your interest to call at
A. C. Jones for bargains. See what he
says in his ad.
Senator Mower and itepreselitati jcs
I,vans and 1lease spent Sunday and a
part of Monday at home.
Hon. Goorge Johnstone and 0. L.
Sehumpert, Esq., went to Laurens
Monday on professional business.
Miss Ethel Boozer returned on Sat
urday from a visit to her sister Mrs.
0. E. Johnson of Summerville, S C.
Misses Neville Pope and Mary Nancu
Fair will leave today or tomorrow for
Columbia to attend the college german.
The Lutheran congregation at a con
grogational meeting on Sunday ae
cepted the resignation of their pastor
Rev. J. B. Fox.
The famous little Pooney children
will appear here in conjunction with
Dobson & Ring's Rip Van Winkle Com
pany, Thursday night.
Supervisor H ill returned from Atlanta
on Saturday with seven flie mules
for the county. They are pronounced in
Atlanta as "cracker jacks."
M iss Eva Hisor, the popular and eill
cient assistant teacher in the Academy,
spent Satuaday witi) friends at, Forres
Edw. It. dipp's store had several
visitors on Monday, to see The Herald
and News premium buggy and the
adimirers caine around and deposited
An effort is being made to have Rev
Sam . Jones (lIver one of hlis famous
lectures here. If you are waited on by
a committee take a few tickets and hear
Dr. E. C. -Jones will leave today or
tomorrow to attend the meeting of
the Southern Dental 'Association in
New Orleans, as a delegate from the
State Dental Association.
Miss Neville Pope, who has been on
a visit to friends in Lancaster and
Chester, has returned home accom
panied by Mliss Eugenia William1s, one
of Lancaster's most accomplished
County Supervisor Hill has refused to
accept the blood hounds bought, by the
cX Supervisor. He says they will not
follow a cold trail. They are here sub
ject to the order of the person of whom
they were pIuIrChased.
Last Friday evening while nr. Irby
D). Shockley was examining some lum
ber in Mr. C. C. D)avis' dry kiln he
step)ped back wards and acclidentally3
fell in one of the holes in the ground
floor and badly sprained his b)ack and
is now in bed.
T1he Tennesse Regimental band o1
Columbia will give a concert here at an
early (late for the benefit, of the E,
celsior F"ire Compa;ny. Thi.s band htas
becen giving concerts threughiout, the
Slate and is highly spoketn of.
A negro woman confi n'd in jail set
tire to the floor oni F'riday thinking shi
would burn a.large enough hole thorugi
which to maike her es'cap)e. The otheI
p)risoners came near sut ltnting fron
thte smoke and( gave the alarm ini timi
for the liro to be exI inguishted withou
Messrs. C. J1. 1Purceli anti E" P. Paw
lcy left, yest erday for i"lorenco ani
D)arlinmgton to ge (t all the in formuati.
p)ossible concerning tobacco cultur<
and to secure the services of a mnat
competent, to take charge of and cul
tivato;the crop for the Newborry tassc
We have been asked by sotme sub~
scribers who had paid in advance fo
their paper hefore the buggy and othe
premniumsa were otfered what would b
rcquirced of them toatllow them) to guess
All they will have tc do Is to call an
pay enough to run thteir subscripltio
to A pril 1st, 19)00, and deposit thei
guess. Simple enough.
Mr. Samuel WV. Glenn, hotrn in Balti
mnore in Ma iy, 1828, commirencedl his pre
fossional career at the flowery Thetat.re
New York, in 1848; in 18~,8 he appetarei
In the famous old1 character of I tip Val
Winkle and made a wonderful succest
in 185(1 he managed his own theater il
Norfolk, Va., and1 in 18(0 he tmanage
Mr. Joseph Jetfersori, th< comned ian wh
has made the play3 fawous in the lat
years. Mr. Satmuel WV. Glenn persoi
ated the character two years prev iou
to Jedffersoni and at, present he is Mi
Jieferoa's only equial, if not his suipm
rior in the q uainit old charact.er. HI
will tppear in the Opera House ne>
I BrA'r8 IC Ottto1. CrT Y ter TOIEth,,
Lia\ I E0UNTY.
[S FtRA'NK J. CHENEY~ ttn'kesonth that ho is ti
StiNiot |)irtnertt of I he fir,, It Ii'. .J. (t.-.Vt'Y
, Co ,(doing huaties in tithe c it y ol To..-d
Coatney ande Stalo tafortesaiiid nI i ht a
.firmwill payV the nm oIf ONC l~ ii TN i)RE
i)OLi,A1t3 for echi and every .-ne of Calari
t.ht, catn not he( outed by the use0 of I IAI,t
Fit XNK J. ClIIFNEY.
Sworn t.9 beforne tm tandi subtsorthoud i, ir
presence, th ia t hl day of [fl comtabe -A. I). 15
A. W. UjICA 'ON,
lIal'% Ustarth (Ctre is takeni i,nt*:rnalliy at
b. t 'ta eiret'y ont the blood and nmucom, sti
"atces of the sytemtt. Soend for testimonlal
I'ce. ii. J. CitENEIY & CO., Toledo, 0.
toild by Dirnggist't ;60,
' linal'a Vamt iia PillIa arn Ih hnbar
THIE SHIAKl'ARK CLUIS.
Newbuerris 1.1te.i.rvry oisganiz2tion to Celt-'
i-,ma tit F1 ta Annlvermav y.
'T'ho Newherry Shakespare Club. one
of the beest literary and social organiza
tions in the State, will celebrate the
lifth linniversary of its organization at
the reideceo of one of its mombers on
tihe evening of the first ThIiursday in
M111rch1. The elub will sooll ha1ve eol -
brated itst l1t.h1 bir0h day anld h1a.4
been a soureo of muhel benelit and
pleasure to its iemberj itid we Wish
for 1 aL long and a siccet ful eier in
I he anniversairy will be celebrated
by presenting the 4th anid 5th acts of
"Tihe movehant of Venice." in cos
tUm1i1s, memer)VI-s and a few invited
guests bing pren.
The followinlg isie tIst of cliractert
Duke of Venice---Mr. E. B. Wilbur.
Antonio-Mr. W. II. Runt.
Iassanio-M r. I'. N. Martin.
(Gratlino-MNir. I Hi. 1111nt.
Salanio-Dr. 1). L. Booz(-r1.
Shylook--irof. G. n. cromer.
Nerissa-Miss McMaster. -
Clerk-Dr. Petter lobertbon.
Lorenzo--Prof. S. L. Powell.
Stephano-Mr. W. G. Mayes.
Launcelot-Alr. E. A. Carlisle.
A Saturtay Night Fire.
Saturday nigh - hortly af ter 7 o'clock
one of the large lamps in Copeland
Br. vtorc on Main street was acel
dently upset, in handling, which caused
all the oil to spill and ignite. The
bur-ning oil ran undor the counter
where a lot of hats and other goods
were stored and set fire to them dam
aging then considerably. Some by
standers with the assistaneo of the
clerks succeeded in putting out the
lire with blankets. The damage to
goods, -ount,ers, etc., is cstimated at
The Excelsior Pire Company made
tile quickest time on record. and the
colored company wits right behind
tilell although no water was needed.
A negro whose name wits not known
i)y our, iiformer, let up with, another
negro, Marshall Fortune, yesterday
at tile Lewic branch, beyond Bush
river, ar d asked Fortune to carry him
across the branch on his mule, and on
being refused tile negro told Fortune
that he would kill him if lie d idn't carry
himt over and fired at him with his pis
tol and ran. A bout tiat, time Super
visor Hill and Mr. Will Chappell hap
pndaliong and chased thle Hoeeing
i;egro into a eanebrake, but cotild not,
catel him. Fort.une was not hurt, h.
yond the fright.
The negro's name is known by For
tule, andl he shou(l be (auight and
dealt with according to law.
Martl ( orns.
For the occasion of tile Mardi Gras
at, New Orleans. February 7-14, round
tripl tickets viai tile At,lantieO Coast,
Line ait one1 fare for thte r'ound trIp.
L"ave N ewberr~y 8. I0 a. ml., leave Clin
ton 9i 43 a. ml., arr'iveC A t.lant,a 2.05 p.
mn , leave Atlanlta 4.20 p. m1., arrivc ait.
New Orleans 7 410 a. mn. For further
inlfotI*ui ion callI onl 10. Cavenaughl,
agenit for Ihle (C., N. & IL. at Newberry.
Cotton Seed MeaI!
It wvill pay you1 to see us before
buying. t-f [f Snumer Bros.
Theii Southelirni'a ,poeiilataI.
The Southlern [ilwa w VL~ vill cell round11
trilp ticket,s or~ 1.he o0ccasions oif the
Mardi Gruas Clarnivals at New Orleans,
La., "ebruiary 7--1.; Mobile, Ala., L:ci
Iruary 13-14, and l3irminghiam, l"ebru
ar 1 3-14. Thec fare wili be0 $20.75 for
tile round tri p fromu Newberry. Tickets
0on sale February 7 t,h to 13th inlusIIive,
limlited to 28th
EIieective Moniday, January 30th
Sleeping car line No. 565, New York
-and J1acksonville, train 315 and 36(, wvil1
be extendedc( and operiated1 bet,ween New
PYork and NMiam I, i'la. SouthIIboun d
Sfirst ear leaves New York at 12.015
.ia. ml , .Janfuary 30th; N rt hboiund-tirsi
1 car leaves Xliam11:, "ia., February bit.
T1hese earis will Ibe hlandled southLI of
J acksonvi lie on the tFioridla E'ast Coaist,
t,rainls 35 and 78-i<nownl as the Mi iami
- ElTectivye JIanuary 30th - -Sleeping ear
11110 No. 535, trains 31 and 32, New York
and Al ien, wIll he operatediUi beCtween
New York and11 Autgu1-ta. Eltfective
saed',car line N- , 5~5. New York
and Augu.ta, trains 37 and 38, will be
o peralted1 bat ween New Yor'ak anti Aikcen,
Firist car southbound)11( laves New York
Januiary 30tb. irst cars northbound
leave Aiken andI AuIgulsta Jainiuary 31st,,
SBest high grade stand
ard Fertilizer on the
SAvailatb'. PhIos. A cid, 8 per e
Ammironlia, - 2.b per centV
'Potash, - 2 pocr cent
See guaranteed analy
sis on bags before buy
~'IEVANS & WILBUlR
O,temenl of the Jiry.
The following Persons havo beon
drawn to servo on the grand and petit
jury at the coming session of court,
which will eonvente on the third Mon
day, 20th int,t.
1. 13. Schumport, Ebb M. ('ook, 1.
Kellor Glasgow, lobb L. Crooks, Itobt.
lendrix, Rufus N. Wervis, Jacob 11.
Livingston, C. A. Mathews, 11 T. Fel
lers, N. E. Taylor, John L. Epps, .1. L.
The following members of the grand
jury hold over from last year: J. S.
Ilowers, J. K. Epp, J. Cal Nel, It. M.
(aldwell, Luther Mf. Long. and I. S.
PF.TIT JUICY PORt FIRST WENC',K.
W. V. Lyles, J. 14. Pugh, L. I. 14Cp.
ting, W. C. Swittenberg, P"rank Hipp,
W. Julius C0romrC', J. 'I'. Davis, [,'. A.
lient z, R. L. Feellors, G. W. Suber,.
Andrew lam, James NI. Workman, J.
Samp Nlehols, J. M. Nichols, J. 1'.
Dawkins, B. B. Richardson, Henry it.
Lindsay, .1. William Wilson, H. W.
Watkins, J 1). Stone, Thos WV. G;all
m1an, N1. 1l11I Livingston, 1. I. Bklul
ware, G. T. l'ugh, J. W. Caldwell, 1.r
nest L. Glymph, W. Frank Brown, W.
Heroert Wallice, -Jno. C. DeHart, J.
A. Blackwelder, H. Monroo Wicker,
I-ly S. Pranklin, Jno. A. Graham, Jas.
Hendrix, Helton R.Long, H. H. Rikard.
PETIT JURY FOR SECOND WEEK.
The jury for the second week of court
beginning on Monday 27th inst. was
drawn this morning and Is as follows:
Coth ran Longnhore, Mllias P. Lake,
Henry H. Hendrix, G. Clinton eellows,
J. C. Ciumpton, L. W. Kaininer, M]. L.
Diekert. J. W. I'indler, Lang C. Mer
chant, John 11. Martin, W. S. Seybt,
Robert C. Sligh, J. Simps Boland,
S. '. Kennerly, John G. Miller,
M. 1. Brooks, John N. Feagle.
Jacob 1,. Cromer, Maybin C. Moore,
I). d ipting, lhros. w. Keitt, will
H1 Shannon, 13. T. 'aysInger. R.
Metts, Newton R. Lester, Perry Half
acre, J. 1. QMattlebaum, .1no. B3. Long
shore, H1. J. Motes, Win. 1'. Sheppad,
Wim. W Spearmain, .1. Wait Stuck
Man, 13 H1. Miller, . ohn 1ltts, Jas. A.
Monts, W. Ben Counts.
An Erjoyablo Vedlcilng.
On the evening of lFebruary 1st, at
5 O'clock a number of friends assem
bled at the residence of NI r J. B. Clarye,
to witness the marriage of his attraC
tive, acconplished and only daught,er,
Miss Maamie, to the worthy Mr.
Clarence Matthews. The bride was
beautifully attired in a handsome tan
colored broad-clot,h, elaborately
trimmined in damity blue satin and
prett.y lace She was lovely to behold
as she eniered the artistically deco
rated parlor, carrying in her hand a
beant,iful hunch of ferns, leaning on the
arm of t.he gallant groom. Rev. D. J.
Blackwell met the couple as they en.
tered the room and made them man
After congratulations, the bridal
party retired to the dining room where
an clegant sul)pper , w.a served.
The groom is to be congratulated on:
his,ehoice for a life comnpaniion, as MI1st
MIamic has always been an active
worker in her church a comfort to her
many friends and a joy to her devot.ed
Not Iknowinug Mri. MIat,thews person.
ally, but I take the privilege of saying
that the bride is to be congrat.ulated,
as Miss Mamnie always act.s wisely.
The bridu received a numberu of nie
and( valualhe p)resent.s. MIay H eaven '
richest, blessi ngs he upon)f the happy
couple)1 in this li fe.
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 anc
call on us; will save
Newberry Oil Mill,
By L. W. Floyd,
A, E..joynbIle Oceantlon at 1.,i1 t, tMo,atl
The Ladies' Aid Society will give
Valentine party at the A cademy. Set
wec are not afraid to invit.e the p)ubli<
We are not selfish with our pleasurei
Come, enjoy the evening with ut
Bring your friends and one, two c
t,hree Valent,inems-or as many as ye
want-thie committee wIll take charg
of thema and see t.hat your lady-hove (
gentleman, whtichever it, may be, gel
thorn. Come and win a priz.e! It migi
be a heart.
Buist's Prize Medal
lOc papers for 5c.
'Peas and Beans i
bulk, and Red an<
'White Onion Sets, fo
sale cheap at
.ROBERITSON & GILDEW'S
Balestitty a i)atup in. u tii...Ulen y Meanntsy-/
811iti CroWlot in Town.
Monday was salesdy-adark, drizzl
gloomy day it was t oo, mid the. l ieoplh
in tie country act,ed wisely and staye(
at home unless compelled to come t(
town, conseqiuently the crowd in towl
All the sales advert.ised by tih Mlae
ter were mado as follows:
In the ca0 of Hardy vs. Davenport.
711 aces to 1). H..Wholor for $1220.
In the case of 1). A. Itu IT, id, vs
.1. M. Bowers et al., 117 acres to W. L.
Relghly for $825.
Hardy vs. Pallow, house and lot in
town of Newberry, to Thos. M. Neel for
South ('arolilna Loan aind Trust Com.
pany Vs. flil)0i mb, :V) aCreH Ieak
Chappells, to J. W. L. Arthur for *2.
Several head of slo0i vere auctioned
off to the highest blader by stoci
dealers which ended tho sales for t.he
It's a Illauty.
The Herald and News premium Rtock
Hill Buggy Is now on exhibition at
E,dw. It. lipp's store. Call and se
it and you will see a beaut.y. Soe
subsurlbor to this paper is going to get
this buggy and all it will cost 1him1 will
be a year's subscription to The I lerald
and News. When you call to suo the
buggy ask to see the harness-t,be see
ond prteium-and the puimpkins, at
which you are guessing the numober of
seed they contain. lad the offer of
proli' ullis inl allouther colt timl).
Mr. h'los. L. Wicker died at his
home in No. 2 township on Stinday, 5th
instantl after a few days illness, at the
age of 44 years. H1e leaves a wife and
inany relatives and friends to mourn
A %'termit oitt lim ,
Mr. Samuel W. Glun is at present
the oldest actor in this count ry and is
as yonng in a Ions a a hild, can run1,
dance and sing like a cham pionl, and
every morning before breakfast takes t
four or five mile walk. lie will appear
here lu ittrsday night surrounded y 1
strong company and the famous ltoone.y
children, danghters of the late conic
I will have an Auction Sale o:
Watches, Clocks, Silver Plate
Wiare, Knives, Forks, Jowlry ani
Silver Novelties at My Storo over
night next week hogining Moida:
February Oth at 7.30 o'clocl ant
Closing Saturday February I
The Jeweler and Opt ician.
L.omntIng ai Help;n~g Iaind.
T1he Excelsior Fire Cuompany Is inr
debted to Master J. it,. Fair for a y,ear'
subscri ptionm to Mumnsey's M agazi no,
Mr. G. M. Kinard for F'rankc Lesliec
Magazine, to Mrt. WV. B. Werts for Lw<
handsome iIctuires, and( LI) MJ r. 1'. 1
llikard for a valumable and prett.y ph1
tore frame. all for the 1'0xcelsior lRein
ing Room ando Anmusteent P'arlor.1
any conLributions have not, beCen at
knowledged It has been an overslgh
and are none the le ss appirit,d. *
Notice of Final Settlemen
N~ OICICIS HIIlilW GlVl0
N t.ht,twe will mke a lina Isettl<
men11t on1 the lCsitt of .1 aeobd l'0pti n
dececnsed , in irecordanttce wit h t he h
strutins of his Will, in the l'rebat
C2ourt for Newbetry County. S. C , o
Wedn iiesday, the 16th dI ay of l"ebruar:
A. D). 189)9, at, il o'clock in the~ fori
noon, and wvill inned iately Lhere'afte
app)ly for Letters I)ismnissory as iCxce
tots of said l'0stat-.
L 1. litCN I US l101'TI NG.
.Janulary 14thm, 1899.) t4t
- 1899 -
The '99 Model fa
t surpasses any Bicyci
Stanidard Eqiimentsa on all tl
Ladiesi' Mo<lel iitted withi lar
spriocke~ts andi A lumaiinumn Cha
Guard, makes tho easie.4 runnir
wheel on the market.
Yale WVhools fitted wvithm Duinl
r & Palmer Tires,
J. N. FAIR, Agt.
INewborry, M. C.
$75 GIVEN AWAY,
A ROCK 1i11A nU('TY AtSO IMI.Y
Fn11C4') OURt bUlISCRtI11Es
Tit IC 1 0)118 t'itit I' s.
'Ilo Ilerald and News has always
l'on tvrso to comlibinat-ion offers.
In fact wo havo never dono it and do
nlot inltoend to.
WO ha1v.., howover, madte fil fur.
rangement, with tie lock Htill Buggy
coupanly by which wo canl offer oneo
of their $55 buggies to our subscrib.
ers ablsolutoly free.
Wo wait overy subscribor (it our
books mld every ntow stibscribur to
havo ilt opportunity to gailn tihis capi
Trim buggy will be (n exibiiit ion
it the storm of Mr. Edw. It. Iipp
41s soon as it. arrives from Rtock Uill.
The condlitins o which t his buggy
will be givel tre: Wo proposo to
secure two largo puimpkins and overy
person who pays ono year's Hibscrip
tion to Tho Ilerald and News bo
tween now and the first. day of April
will be given oni guess at ti mi
ber of feied inl tho two pimpkins.
Tho ono who comes tearest, to tho
number of seids in tho two pump
kius will bo given tho buggy. Eaich
guess to bo Written inl inlk onl tlte
blck of anlt envIelope and tIle iaio
of tho perston written on t slip of
pI-Or Atd I)1t, int te eIvelop , the
envolopo solted anti deposited inl a
ballot, box, which is to be locked and
kept locked unttil tho aWard is 11110.
Every personi who pays ns iouch its
$1.50. Ono yoar's Hiubsoripli ion, tols
outitledi to ono gioss. Thosit who
alro inl arrears fil(] pty back -ies to
have no gness for (ach $1. thoy
pfly. If you canntot. p)ty back dlles
you can give is your noto frotr baick
dues tand htav% onk0 guess for thiis
yoar which you piay, all bick dulles
must. bo IrtIrIgOd inl order to oititile
yotn to at guess. I'lose who havo
pid ill tlvatte C1 ca tiv a gtless by
pa) ing for anotlr your for which
tHwy will bo given cre(it. \\' havo
see1rOd pumpkins hwluso it, will givo
oi ouut of the comitv subscri(ers ft
opportunit.y to gilvss for i hey wi!l
kiow a 11muh1 itoutt it ttnmt1ber of
seOd int the pimpkin,s as thll()So who
soo t hett.
I.Etfich guess is to bo 1uobered amld
(1ted befouro it is dveposited itt the
box and in cais of two ofr more per
sons giving the samno tinber andl(
Wiintilig th IOrittill um tIt first guess
doposited will bo ont.illed to the
T1hose whlo ha4vo recently3 settled(
for t,hou'irppr by callIing algaiin andi
payin tg enou1gh to rutn thei r subiscrip.
tioni to A pril 1st, 190)0, will be tl
Ilow~ed to guess also.
- We will talso give as5 a secondt( prtizet at
s set of 1 uggy bart ttess valuted a t $ 12. r()
anItd a I thin prize11'/ of a barrel of flour,
atid a1 foit rtIt prize of otto yettr's sob
scr ipt.i ottn Uto he HeralId iad Neows.
If Oloaf n ha11 Is mtore~ tha otnet0 gues5
- hie can1 only3 secuolt Otto prizo) (ven
Sthtongh his guost-ses were nteatrest. t.
correct numberl' (of seed in te twc
- VT batggyv andu tho httttness will ba.
pu o xhaibition ait Edw. RL. ilipp
(Ir althe Itpipints will bae thten
also tf yout (J(5irto to so4n t hori.
Th''lis tit an oppoat rtuity you wviI
niot oftotn ltive to seenre 'a nic<te
buIJ.ggy andtf at thei s:ttto tiints got I
Sgood ntews pper at tho regula
SsttbscrtipIt,iont an d re'giter yourtt vote
l'hose5 whotc fittd it. inconiventiet t<
caill can1 s''ndc Ith' subre:1ption alt4<1
teir' ;gues atm.d we will aen thatt
-t hey are vote..
After thte giE'sw.s lnro (losed a con11
be0 lj)Iapoted( and1( a5ked to openi th
p )inntpkin5 and1( counit tlte seed au
lIv, \V. \V. I lodg4es, E':-g., I 'robatt e.1 udge
IIEilCAS. . I li.\lMI"
~jX~ Ihat.h inti snit to 1.0 1
grant himi lettlis f A\dmainistralio
of t,h e i:st.t atad i't1i'i*tt s o .Joh nt .\liyo
J'These ar~e, I titrefore't. toa eitean ad1( 10
and1( cedit.ors of lte su id Johni M\iave
K Iinardl, dle eatsed, that they biea
aippear bieftt'orom, int t.he (.out, of 1l't
hate., to, bae beid at Newher't'v Cot
lionasi. (an t.h) ba. h <h.y of Iealiia
nexC, aCllitlE pub!ien,.ont~ .Ild h reo, t, I
if --ythe ' a., wV: V:y h a.dI admait
isf l1.V o h h!ot b- :iant e.
G (ive' under mya handl his(la t,he -It,
\VLYo \Vaatat .IIOif; Id )mA iiiN
nattiona oft ual icnts totr tenetth 'r
cerjIlien(~tes he ld ait NewhX' erry on l'X
r'uary I8thI. betweena the hottrs of 1
mt , andir 5 p. tm.
F. Wi. HIIGC1NS,
Co. Sut,. Iand. Newheeev (ji.
Special Sale of
Is moving along
well, and we are
gratified at the
way in which the
have gone out
during the last
To make the
sale still more
have added 25
to sell at lOc.
WS eee the Under
wear display in our
window. Every gar
ment good and the
price right on each.
We are receiving new
goods almost every
clay, and offer them at
reasonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
Notice of Application for
STATJIC 01l1 S.0lI Tl C Alt0LINA- -
O i i*~TI It,IS Ilitx Cl Gj(' I V IoN
. I M lt,b t IuOla L. iii i Son hast iled (inO
myi ri llee an11 ' aplet .ion11 to1 avey ai'
h r i l an chi ie in t,he I'c4 andsfa ndor
Wi jA . . H Ap. I Y, Ml a sjoaf oL te r.
. -"la ary p . o49 I.tai F , l. t
A 1A A Plc0 NI II S HOP-taI .g ht haal
l. 10 . i d . .al h ~ ias ne a Har
t o O Klothr'ils . it.rnk o
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