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Bueklen's Arnies Balve.
The bet Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rbqun
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chilbleus, Corns, and all Skin Erup
tIans, and positively eures PIles, or no
pay requred. It is guaranteed to give
erfett saltifaction or money refunded.
rice 25 cents per box. F"r sale by
Robertson & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
To Cure a Cold in One Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughl and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
- cure or money refunded. t&f6m
Quarterly meeting and stewards'
meeting for the Newberry Circuit at
Ebenezer next Saturday.
Visit our Remnant Departmen. Big
bargains, but little prices.
26 S. J. Wooten.
House for Rent.
For further paruiculars call on Mrs.
M. i0. Lake. on College street. t&f tf
Wool, washed and unwashed, with
burrs or without and hides and pay
the highest market price. Call and
taf tf. SUMMER BROS.
Please add to your 'Phone list:
Carwile, W. H. (Res.) . . . . 140 r
Watts, J. W. (Store) ..... 13a
. And oblige, -
2t L. W. FLOYD.
To Build In Brooklyn.
Mr. McK. Hutchison has bougnt a
one-fourth acre lot from Mr. 1,. S. Cop
pock on Cornelia street, adjoi aing the
lot of Mr. W. C. Meggett, and will
ereet a residence for himself a,; an ear
Worth Knowing. d
Newberry, S. C., February 6, 1899.- t
At this season many people a ce liable 1
t be troubled with boils, indi ate bad
blood.- Roy SLmmer, of this t( wn, says
his brother had boils for severat months I
and sone ono recommended Hood's 0
Sarsaparilla, wich cured him. He .
began to improve after taking the first
hall bottle, and when he had taken two
bottles the boils had disappeared. lie c
is now in perfect health.
The Lease Signed. t
Thursday morning the lease was
signed. up for the opera house for a t
'term of 43 months. Mr. H. C. Bardin d
withdrew from the applicatioi for the A
lease and Mr. Eduard Scholtz took his
place. The amusement-loving people tj
can feel assured that with the opera a
house in the hands of Messes. Voss &
Scholtz, they will see some first-class
entertainments in the future.
TIAe Best Medicine For.Rheumatism.
- "I think I would go crazy with pain
were it not for Chamberlains's Pain t
Balm," writes Mr. W. H. Stapleton,
Herminie, Pa. "I haye been afflicted
with rheumatism for several years
and have tried remedies without num
* ber, but Pain Balm is the best medicine 0
I have got hold of." One application v
relieyes the pain. For sale by W. E.
Oeof the oldest and
best Guanos on the
market is the Navassald
brand, for sale by
.Edw. R. Hipp, tf c
A Good Company.
Sa,muel W. Glenn apeared at the I
OpeCra house last night with his com
pany in "Rip Van Winkle," showing
to a small but appreciative audience. c
Mr. Glenn, who is 710 years of age, in J1
his delincation of the character of Rip, I
has never bcen equalled on the New- S
berry stage. The company throughout 5
is a good one, and the specialty work s
of the two little Roconey children de
serve special mention. ,We can con
scientiously recommend it as a good,
clean show, deserving of patronage, and
Messrs. Voss & Scholtz come in for i
their share of congratulations for oh
taining this company with which to be
gin their management of the opera ~
house. , Had it been more agreeable l~
weather the house would have been ~
One of the oldest and i
best . Guanos on the
market is the Navassa
brand, for sale by
Edw. R. Hipp. tf
.J.emnaining in the f)ostofllce at New
hrry:., S. C., for wee k ending January
Frianmcis Androws, John Abrams, Hat
John lBart ett, Curtis l3eatty, Emer
line Bradlecy, Alma Boozer, W 13 Boo
zer, Winnie Briown, J B Beorysel.
W. A. Carson.
Marion Davis, Josh Davenport.
Alice Forgerson, Mrs G W Finley,
Mrs Mamie Folk.
Euzilphis Ganntt, Mary Griffin, W M e
Mattlo Harris, Lydia Harp. r
J. I. .Johnson (2), Jane Jones, Carrie C
.Jackson, Louvenia Jones, M innie Jones. g
Loary Kyzer, John 0. Koon, Henry
G. W. Leroy, Loura A. Loick, H. J.
Lee, J. S. Levister.
Sarah McIntosco, Ben Mdarror, e
.Joeph Morrls, W. B. Mardey, Fannie c
.Morris, Jane H-. Montgomery.
Louise Nickson, Ida B. Noel.
W, .Powell, Mary F. Pressly, Ab- ~
bey Pitts. S
El. J. Rithburn, Carrie Rutherford, a
J. W. Rutherford, Nillie Belhford,
Iyorothy Relford, Tobbe Ruff.
Fanny Sims, A. TI. Summer. C
Sososane Turner, Isaao Tillman. e
H. P. Van.
Frank Wiikson, Pot Wilson , Alice
Wells, Jim Walker, Blessie Williams,
James Wilson, E. B3. Wilson, H.. W. '
Williams, Lewis Williams, Jane Warts. e
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Next Tuesday is St. Valentine's Day.
Wednesday night was the coldest of
Mr. E. H. Leslie spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Columbia.
The continued rains have caused
reshets in the low country.
There will be no services at the Lu
bheran church on next C-unday.
Mr. J. A. Daniels pAid a visit to An
Jorson, his old bome, this week.
Rev. Dr. J. B. Fox returned yester
Jay from a visit to Staunton, Va.
Miss Cornelia Hentz, of Bayne, is
visiting at Mr. W. P. Houseal's.
- Remember that the tiWe for making
our tax returns expires on the 20th
The most numerous thing in town
,heae days ara the drummiers hunting
The County Teachors' Association
vill meet tomorrow at the Graded
The cold wave struck us Tieqday
aight-about midnight-and has put in
rood time ever since.
Mr. J. N. Reeder has been appoint
id postmabter at Old Town, vice Sami
tel R. Keith, resigned.
The plumbers have had some work to
lo the past few days fixing water pipes,
he result of the freeze.
Mr. J. E. Norment, traveling repre
entatIve of the News and Courier, ar
ived in the city yesterday.
Mr. R. C. Perry has returned after a
aonths stay in Philadelphia much im
roved aud benefitted by the trip.
When you come to town don't forget
o call and settle for your paper and
:et a chance at that pretty buggy.
Mr. R. P. Fair, of Laurens, repre
entative of the Standard Oil Company,
ias on a visit to his old home yestor
Congressman Latimer has begun the
istribution of seed among his consti
uCts from the agricultural depart
Rev. W. I. Herbert will preach at
lelena next Sunday afternoon at 4
'clock. Sunday school will be held at
Mrs. Sidney J. Derrick nee Hiller,
f Newberry, visited her aunt, Mrs.
ames E. Hendrix, last week -Lexing
[n Dispatch, 9th.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Myers, of Lexing
an, Ky., will arrive in Newberry to
ay to visit the family of his brother,
Lidermian J. C. Myers.
Dr. Mayer, mayor of the city, went
Greenwood yesterday on profession
I business. Alderman Myers is art.
ig mayor in his absence.
A portion of the Tennessee regiment
iustered out of service in Columbia on
Vednesday passed by Newborry Wed
esday night on a special train over
ae C., N. & L. road.
It is said that the Southern's new
assenger depot when completed here
,il1 be one of the handsombst and
lost convenient in the State. They
'ill begin work on it, in a few days.
The city council has ordered a street
pened in Ward I, to begin opprosite
ir.. J. D. Davenport's residence and
iter'sect, the continuance of Fair street
Thich runs by Dr. Ren wick's resi
The quarterly conferene of the New-.
err'y station will be held in the Meth
dist church tonight at 8 30 p. in.,
rhen the Presiding lder, Rev. G. T.
[armon, wvili preach. ,He will also
reach next Sunday morning and even
Johnston wants a hook and ladder
ompany.-A ugusta le raid. Let our'
ohnston neighbors come over' to New
erry and we will sell them a lirst-class
teamner for fire p)rotect,ion at a rpmwark
bly iLow price-that, will beat a hook
nd ladder comp)any.
The. Joint Debt,te.
The Excelsior and Ph renakosmian
aiterary Societies of Newberry College
rill celebrate their fortieth auniver
t,ry on Friday evening, March 17th,
y a debate and oratorical contest to be
iven in the opera house.
Apersonal invitat,ion will be extendl
d to the public to be present t.o hear
The following Is the subject and those
rho will part,icipate in the debate.
President-U. K. Bloyd.
Excelsior orator-D. J. S. Derrick.
Phrcnakosmnian or'ator- J1. E. Bloland.
Question: "Resolved-Th at scienti fic
ivestigation is detrimental to the
First allirmative--W. A. Rast.
First Negative-D. J. Quattlebaunm.
Second aflirmative-J. 0. Cassady.
Second negative-J. D. Decrrick.
Pollee andi Firemen Praised.
At the meeting of the city council on
'esday night, the Mayor was instruct
d to draft suitable resolutions comn
ending tile police force for their elii
lency and tact, in ferreting out the
uilty parties in t.he recent robberies
erpetrated in this city. This praise
a merited by Newberry's p)olicemen,
r no cit,y can boast of or claim a more
flilcient, prompt, or gentlemanly set of
mcies than Newber'ry.
On mot,ion of Alderman Ewar't the
layor was also asked to dr.aft, suit
ble resolutions commending the fire
epartmen, for t,heir prompt responses
o alarms and good work rendered the
b y. Th is is also praise that, is deserv
dly bestowed a ad will be appreciated
y the fire laddies as they often feel
hat their eervices are not appreciated.
'hose resolut,ions will ?be published as
eon as handedau by hQ kayr..,
THE TOBACCO ONOWELs.
Tihe Coninite Itoturne Es ntqUiA1r-Am
ExperL 1%ccured ond ut)e Kxpert.
tosevet to b Mude.
Messrs. C. J. Purcell and E. P. Paw.
ley, the committee appointed by the
Newberry Tobacco Association to visit
Florence and Darlington to get all the
in formation possible on tobacco culture
and to secure the services of a compe
tent man to make the experiment in
Newberry, returned yesterday enthust
astic on the subject, accompanied by
Mr. W. T. Hikirell, who says from what
he has already seen and heard is satio
fled that our land is equally, If not but
ter, adapted to tobacco culture than
thatt uf Florence and Darlington Coun
'ile comniittee will take Mr. Ilarrell
out to-day and select the land on which
to plant, the crop. The land will be se
lected as near town as possible in order
to give all a chance to visit the tobacco
To give an idea as to what is made by
growing tobacco, we give the following
figures obtained by Messrs. Purcelland
Pawloy from a large planter in F41lor
once, whose name they withhold at the
planter's request, so as not, to increase
his already large correspondence. The
planter had four places last year in to
bacco, on which he realized as follows:
His Stoney Hill place, 20 acres,
made 20,185 )Oun(s, which netted him
His home place, 45 acres, made 44,
720 pounds, sold for $4,100.77, netti,tg
His Guano Hill place, 24 acres, raaJe
21,488 pounds, sold for $1,071.69, Y.1hich
His George place, 24 acres, made
26,787 pounds, sold for $1,864.63, netting
This will give one an idea as to what
can be made by cultivating tobacco.
and the experiment will be watched
with much interest by everybody
throughout the county.
11ac40elor M11lId Enter-tInmenItlII.
The evening of the 22nd proises to
be a most enjoyable one, and the maids
are trying In- every way possible to
make it attractive to all.
The armory will present a charming
picture with the beautifully decorated
booths and the daintily, and quaintly
gowned maids will make the scene
most effective. It is the special re
quest of the maids that "Colonial" cos
tumes be worn, and the hair powdered
by all as it will add greatly to the oc
casion, however, it Is optional.
We hope the maids request will be
complied with, and that their enter
taininent will be well attended.
A happy but surprising event In our
suburban village on Tuesday evening
was the marriaie of Mr'. Welch Wilbur
and Miss Daisy Shockley, daughter of
Mr. J. D. Shockly. Ihe happy epuple,
accompanied by Mr. L. B. Kibler and
Misses Claudia and Eunice Shockley,
sister and cousin of the bride, drove to
the home of Rev. J1. L. Williamson, of
the Presbyterian churich, and wvere
made man and wife about 9 o'clock
Tuesday evening, the affair bai.ng in
known to all except a few friends and
those who accompaniled LI,h'em.. Immec
diately after the ceremony the p)arty
drove to the residence of Mr. E. M.
levans where a bountiful supper was
Mr'. Wilbur is one (If Newberry's
most prominent and prom~iising young
business men, and the bride Is an ac
complIshed and pop)ular younig lady'.
The Herald and News ext.ends congrat
ulations andl wish's nothing but happi
ness and pleasure for the young couple.
A Dat,nty Tea.
One of the most enjoyable affai's of
the past, week was the "at home"given
on Tuesday afternoon, from live until
seven, by Mr's. Robert Der'rill Smith,
complimentary to her sister, Mr's.
James H. Hollingsworth, of Augusta.
The house was beaut,ifully decorated In
pot plants and graceful effect.s of hot
house blossoms, and 'the twinkling
waxen taper's added much to the al
ready lovely scene.
The daintily set tables and the ex
quisite taste with which the delicious
tea was served, went to prove what, a
charming hostess is Mrs. Smith.
Small clusters of violet,s, with deli
cate sprayw of smilax, were the favors
of the afternoon.
The invited guests were: Mesdames
.James H. H1illing'swor'th, Owen McRae
Holmes. Walter~ H. Hunt. P'ierre C.
Galllar'd. .James II. M cIntosh, .John
Martin Kinard, L. Washington Floyd,
William Eller'be Pelham, J1. Newtori
Martin, 0. B3enedict Mayer, Everett M.
In Cape of a Tic.
At the suggestion of several who
have already guessed at the number of
seed in 'rho Herald and News' pump
kins for the premIum Hook Hill buggy,
we have decided that, instead of num
bering the guesses andl In case of a tie
allowing the first p)erson who gtuessed
to have the pr'emium, to give tihe bugg3
to tile two per'sons who guess the num
bei', in case of a tie; that is, if two peo
pie vhould guess the same number that
would entitle them to the buggy they
will be given the buggy je ntly. We
do this at the suggestion of some of the
gucessers, and think It, a fairer plan,
however, there is not likely to be a tie.
Guesses are coming in, and the con
test is going to be Interesting, as the
premiums ar'e worth contending for.
Cotton Seed Meal!
It will pay you to see us before
buying. t.f if Rnmmer Bro.
KAPTIST habi N1 %TKR9 TO MET.
Au interepting Bible Institute to be giet
In Newbervy N. xt Week.
The Baptist Ministers' Bible Insti
tuto will be held with the First Bap
tist church of Newoerry beginninj
on Monday night of next week, aw
will close on Thursday night followtl
with an add ress by Dr. Montague, Pros
ident of Furman University. Thert
will be a morning afternoon and even
ing session to which the public geu
orally is cordially invited.
An interotating programme as will b
soon has been arraged; to this shouk
be added, "How the sermon got orlp
pled and couldn't go," by Mr. C. C
Brown, Wednesday evening.
Sermon by Rev. W. T. Derieux.
10 a. m., 13ook of Acts: Author, Pur
pose, Scope, Characters-O. L. Martin
11. R. Moseley.
10 45 a. in., Early Christians at Joru
salum, Actu 1-:181-D. M. Ramsey,
L. M. Rice.
11:30 a. m.: First Gentile Church al
Antioch, Act 11:19-12:15-Rufus Ford
J. D. Huggins.
12.15 p. in.: Sermons address of th(
Acts-J. A. Brown, J. W. Perry.
I p. in.: Pastoral Authority-W. T
T.t -, G. P. White.
3.20 p. "m., Matt. 6:13-19, Exegesis
Expository Plan. Special rtfearnce tc
vs. 17 -19-Wi. Ilaynesworth, G. U,
7 30 p ir.: Pentecost-A. C. Wilkins
H. C. Buchholz.
10 a. in.: Paul's Ideal for the Minis
ter--F. 0. S. Curtis. J. 0. Gough.
10.45 a. n.: Missionary Labors ol
Paul, Acts 13:1-21:16-J. H-. l3oldridge,
J. It. ParOtt.
11.30 a. in : The Last Days uf Paul,
Acts 21:17-28:31--L. T. Porrell, It J.
12.15 p. n.: Ordination, New Testa
ment, Authority and Precedents-A,
J. S. Thomas, F. M. Matterwhite.
I p. in.: Baptist Imperialistic Tend
encies-B. P. Robertson, V. I. Masters.
3.30 p. in.: Exegesis and ExpositorS
Plan of James, 5:14-20-20-E. J. For
rester, J. E Covington.
7:30 p. n.: Lack of Missionary Zeal
at Jerusalem-R. W. Sanders.
Historical Sketch of Missions froir
Apostolic Times to E ighteenth Centur)
-E. E. Bomar.
Survey of Modern Missions-T. M,
10 a. in.: Peter and Paul Contrasted
and Compared-C.* C. Brown, R. N,
10.45 a. in.: Charitcterization o
Churches Pounded by Paul-C. S. ear.
donor, W. J. Dowell.
11!30 a. m.: Tho Rejeotion of Churcl
Menibers-T. H. Plonmons, M. A. Con
12.15 a. m., Expository Plan and Ex.
egesis of Rom. 5:1-11-J. D. Robertson,
W. S. Dorset.
1 p. in : Exegesis and Plan of I Potor
1:3-12-E. S. Reaves, C. L. D)owell.
3 30 p. in.: Study of T Peter 1:13-25
J. D. Winchester, C. 'T. Scsif.
71.30 p. in.: Our Educational Institu
tions-A. P. Montague.
Ho0w to Look OGod.
Good looks are really miore thaan skin
dee p, depoera ai ng entirely oa a healthy
cotadition of all the vital organs. if the
Ii ver isI aint.ivye, yonu have a biiliIou
!'uik; if your et -naach is disordered,
yonia have a dyspep1tic look; if your kid.
ne'ys are ath-tted, you haave a pincOhed
lo~ok. Seeure y~ad hecaltia, and youa wvIll
surely have good looks. "Electric Bit
aers" is a good Alterstive and Tonic,
Acts directl!y on tlh stomiach, a iver tad
kidne'ss, purities thes blood, curtes pimi
pit's, blotches and holl, and gives ii
good cornpl.xion. Every bottle guar
anteed. Mold at Robrrtston & GIilder4
amnd Pelham's D)rug Store. 50 cent
U. & W. 0 MIleage hooks.
The Charleston and Wester'n Caro.
lina Railway beg to announce that all
One Thousand M ile Books of theiu
issue sold after Februar-y 8t.h, 1899, will
be honored for passage over the Co
lumbia, New ber-ry and Laurens and
A.lantic Coast Li no Rail ways. The at
tention of the travelling men is espe
cially called to this arrangement.
Guaranteed Analysis I
Best high grade stand
ard Fertilizer on the
Available PhIos. A cid, 8 per c,
Ammronia, - -24 per' cent,
Potas8h, - 2 per' cet,
See guaranteed anay
ison bags before buy
EVANS & WII.BUl
Buist's Prize Medal
lOc papers f9r 5c.
Peas and Beans ir
bulk, and Red anc
White Onion Sets, for
sale cheap at
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
$75 GIVEN AWAY
A ROCK JIKUL IUMY At1-OLUTUA
V11F. TO 01119811111t9MOMSUINi't
THMEE 1 1E11Kt 1RtiZVS.
The Herald and. News has alwayi
been averse to combinat.ion offers
In fact we have never done it and d(
not intend to.
We have, however, made an ar.
rangemont. with the Rook Hill Bugg)
Company by which we can offer ovi
of their $55 buggies to our subscrib
era absolutely free.
We want every sub4cribor on om
books and every now subscriber tc
have an opportunity to gain this capi
The buggy will be on exhibition
at the store of Mr. Edw. Rt. Iipp
as soon as it arrives from I'ock Hill.
The conditions on which this buggy
will be given are: We propose tu
secure two large pumpkins and every
person who pays one year's subscrip
tion to The Herald and News be
tween now and the first day of April
will be given one guess at the num.
ber of seed in the two pumpkins.
The one who comes nearest to the
number of seeds in the two pump.
kins will be given the buggy. Each
guess to be written in ink on the
back of an envelope and the nanmo
of the person written on a slip of
pa)or and pit in the envelope, the
envelope sealed and deposited in a
ballot box, which is to be locked and
kept locked until the award is made.
Every person who Iays as much as
$1.50, ono year's subscription, to be
outitled to one guess. Those who
are in arrears and pIy back dues to
have one guess for each $1.50 they
pity. If you cannot, pay back dues
you can give us your noto for back
dues and have one guess for this
year which you pIay, all Hack dues
must be arranged in order to ontitle
you to a guess. Those who have
paid in advanem can have a guess by
pay ing for another year for which
they will be given credit. Vo have
secured pumpkins beeav i it will give
our out of the county subscribers an
opportunity to guess for thoy will
know as much about the number of
se&l in the pumpkins as those who
Each, guess is to be numbered and
dated before it is .deposited in the
box and in case of two or more per
sons giving the same number and
winning the promium the first guess
deposited will be entitled to the
Those who have recently settled
for their paper by calling again and
paying enough to run thleir subscrip)
tion to April lst, 1900, wvill be al
lowved to guess also.
We wvill also give as a second( prize a
set of buggy harness valued at $12.50
and a third prize of a barrel of flour,
and a fourth prize of one year's sub.
scription to The Herald and News.
If one man has more than one guess
he can only secure one prize even
though his guesses wvere nearest the
correct number of seed in the twc
The buggy and the harness will be
put on exhibition at Edw. R. Htipp's.
store ad the pumpkins will be there
also if you desire to see them.
Tis is an opportunity you will
not often have to secnre a nico
buggy and at the same time get a
goodl newspaper at the regular
Call at tihe office and pay13 your
sub)scri ption andl rngister your vote.
T1hose who find it inconvenient to
call can send the subscHription anid
thleir guesses atnd we will see that
they are voted.
After the guess3s are closed a comn.
mitten of disinlterestedI personts wvil
be appomntedl and asked to open tile
pumpkins and count the 500(d anid
award tile p)rizes.
'rhA Houtherna sp5ecI,,I
T1he Southern Hall1way will sell round
trip tickets for the occasio,ns of the
Mardi Gras Carnivals at New Orleans,
La., February 7-14; Mobile, Ala., "eb
ruary J.l-14, and( fliringham, Febru
ary 13-14. The fare will be $20.75 for
t,bc roundi trip) from Newhlerry. T1iekets
on sale February 7th to 13th inclusive,
luim ited to 28th
lMffective Monday, JTanuiary 30th
Sleepng~ ear lIne N~o. 565, New York
and Jacksonville, trina 35~ and 36, w il
be ext,ended and operated bet,weeni New
York and Milamai, Fia. Souathblound(l
first car leaves New York at 12(1
a. mu., JIanuary 30tb; Nort.hbound-tfirs
car loaves IMimi, Fla., Febrmuary 1let
These cars will be handled south o
Jfackrsonvilce on the Florida Mast Coast
trains 35 and 78-known as the M iami
Etfectivye .January 30th--Sleping cai
line No. 535, traIns 3! and 32, New Yorn
and Alken, will be operated betweel
Now York and Auguista. Elfeet,iv
same (late, car line No. 575. New Yorl
and Augusta, traIns 37 and 38, will bi
operated between New York and Alken
F'irst car southbhound) leaves New Yor
January 30th. First cars northboun
leave Aikon and Aungusta January. -1s.
For the occasion of the Mardi Gri
at New Orleans.**Pobruary 7-14, round
ti) tickets via the Atlantic Consi
Line at one fare for tho round trip
Leavo Newberry 8.10a . im., leave !!lin
ton 9 45 a. in., arrive Atlanta 2.05 y
in , leavo Atlanta 4.20 p. in., arrive ai
New Orleans 7 40 a. In. Por furthi
inforiat lon call on I",. Cavenaugh11,
agent for the U., N. & L. at Nowberry.
>f N%iIll wejl
Tells the story. When your head
aehes, and you feel bilious, con-ti
pated, and out of tune, with your
4toiach sour and noli appetite, just
buy a package of
And take a dove, fron 1 to 4 p11l.
You will he surprised at how esitly
they will (o their work, cure your
headache and billousiess, rouse thel
liver and manke you fee] happy again,
50 PER CENT
Yes, that is whal
many lines of gc
All wool Dress Goods w
Now going at
Same worth 65c.. now
Same worth 75c., now
Same worth 85c., now
Same worth $1.00 now
goods at half price.
On Capes and Jackets
more than half off.
Many other goods too r
goods at I
STATE OF 8OUTH1 CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBEHUY.
W. W. Hodgvs, Esq , Probale.ludge.
Wheream, .1. A. D.Mnil1. ha101 hMad0
11 It to1 41e to granlit. him ,1e-tte
of Adinivisirailni Of the etIAL (V Hd
effi-eig of Nrm. Hurah A. )aniele, deeel.
'I hese are therefore to Ile aid nd
m1n1i-h -ill and sigular lie klindred
antid erediltorm if the'ttid MNre. 8itrah A.
Danlielm, (eceased, tihat they be 1id lep
pear befi Ire me, In ithe C ill rt (if Probal o,
to he h14eld at Newlerry Conir, 1iouse,
onl ihe 17th lay of leeireary next, a'er
puit ) 1en( tiein hiereof, it 11 'eloic inl the
forelnoon, to shiw eause, i r ay they
have, why the said Alimiidstration
should lia lie graited.
(ivenii mnetr my hand this fthe 2nd
(day of February, A mno [Domnii 1891.
.J. P. N. C.
- 1899 -
- $40 -
The '99 Model far
surpasses any Bicycle
Ladies' M[otIel fit le'd wvithI largo
sprockets and1( Aluinumiiii Chin
uardlV, mallkes (i telonsioSt, run nini
whleel onl the mar1ket.
Yalo WVheels fitted wvithi Dunlop
& Patlimr Tires,
J. R. FAIR, Agt.
*. M X LC ,C CO., 1,..
Edw.R. B pp, ge/
hEws and r pp l. Aent i
years. experin ris reasonabIithi,
Glivo biri our ordeOrs. Saltisfatctio
C OLOR and flavor of frults,
size, quality and ap.
pearance of vegetables,
weight and plumpness of grain,
are all produced by Potash.
properly combined with Phos,
phoric Acid and Nitrogen, and
liberally applied, will improve
every soil and increase yield
and quality of any crop.
Write and get Free our pamphlets, which
tell how to buy and use fertilizers with
greatest economy and profit.
GlQRr1AN KALI WORKS,
93 Nassau St., New York.
we are offering
- - - 25c.
going at - 321c.
going at - 37Ac.
going at - 42Ac.
going at - 50.c
f and all heavy woolen
we will give you a little
Imerous to mention.
give you good
AT COPELAND Bros'
You will fild tho Best
(oo<ds sold at lower rices
thman illf,1'Or1 goods are so](
For at, thbn places.
''he be"t IN alwAs.Y iia cheapest-em.
ppeclilly if youj1 11 ca Inty tho Rest as
ellea) asm We Hll it. WNF keep a good
stoek, en1ofuilly S04-ted, of I)ry (oods,
D)r0S4 (1")1<d, Clothin1g, s-loe8 UHas,
l'mils, Not lotim, ()vercojjtN. 1,l11inbroidel -A.
liace, Libbon,ovem, Handkerchiefs,
Holivry, Umbrellam, MAkinItoslh C ia,
WE SELL THEM THIS WAY:
!.1ood Calico, 3c. lest Calico, 4c.
360 11uch S- kIsland0, 3..
40i inlh Hearovy Shi rting, 5c.
37 1 tch I leavy Dri lls, 5c.
A good 9 .z. all wool Jeans8, 1010(.
NIIen'H $5 5iiis ihe fo)1)0 r $250I.
AMa 's' $7.50 Hu i ( for $1 50,
Mma's $10 Siis fir $7.50.
Ii g'ivy rogan fro ( 50 1. to1 $1 25.
(1 .hi dren's Shioes from 500, in $~ t0 p,.
311 uch Woo lillinig Dress (Go.od-i 10(.
38 " " " " 5
.1 iiE Inc lick Fliured( Mohir D'Iress
415 Il(.ih all wiooIliHenrietta,50Oc.
*2 25 ilkndies' IFine I)ress4 Shloe $i.e5.
I$1 (5. " " " ..5
Rteady madinIe shirts , very nie1, atirl1
eheanp fromt H1.0(0 ,o $5 00, accord ing to
Come1k 1.o us' and1 we' will pkr >Ve anly
Ma inl Street , Newberry, S. (.
R. C. WIL LIA MS
Greets His Friends in
And asks a con
He will be glad to
show you his goods
and to sell to you.
y - --.
l* lrCafter'l i'at ternls will be' sIehl for
cas (~141onlly ando t hey will noi, h be x
jchamredi. S. j. Wooen.