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NWHE tRY MARKET.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday G
by Suimmor Bros.
Meat-. .................. 6@6o. I
"houlders ....................... 7c.
Best Lard ............... ........... N4 bg o
Best Molasses, new crop...... 50c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35a. 0
Corn . -----.... ..... .............. 65c.,
M eal. .- ... . . ......... ........... 60c.
W heat Bran........................ $1.00,
lt, Patent Flour.................. . $5.00.
2nd Best Flour..................... $4.60. t
Strait Flour....................... . $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.50(a4.00.
Sugar ....................... 61(6c.
Rce.................................... 6G(k 84 c.
Col'ee .----------...................... 10(420c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Batle [ulls, per cwt.............. 40c,
Butter, pel. lb .................... 15(e 0c.
Itggs, per dozen ................ oc. o
Chickens, each.................. 12@20c. t
Peas, por bushel.... ......... 55c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 65c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 40(i)50c. ft
Swot, ptatocs ................... 40()50c.
Turkeys, per tb .................. 6(V 8c. e
Fodder, per cwt ................. 50(77c.
Bicklena's Arnica Salve.
'The b-st Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, tores, iloers, Stilt Rheum
Fever Swres, Tetter, Chapped Hands h
Chilblalins, Corns, and all Skin Erup p
ti.s., anld positively cures P'iles, or no
,my reqi-red. It is guaranteod to give
twfertet ai'sfaotion or money refuinded.
Price 26 cents per box. For sale by al
tobertsou & (4ider and W. E. Pelibai.
To Ure a Until in Ono Night U,
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25 N
(!elts at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refituded. t&f6
Pay Your Taxes
The ti me for paying taxes expires on h
the first of Alareh-without the pena'
ty. If you have not attended to it, you s
had better go at once, for there will be
a rush during th.e last few days.
Not' :o to Whom it MAy concern. w
This is to vertify to my friends and
public generally. That I am no longer
interested in firm of It. B. McCarty & H
Co., but with firm of David Livingston
& C !o., where I will be glad to see my
friends and former patrons. It
T. J. HlAj.s.
To Adidre-ti-4 tho P --sperity Seaiol. St
Rev. J. W. Daniel, o Abbeville, has g
aecepted the invitiation and will deliver
t,ie annual cominmenement, address t)c- ir
fore the Prosperity High School oi 0
.1une 14th, next. Mr. Daniel is a grad- Ii
uate of Newberry College and is a
learned scholar and a good speaker. tl
8rArT V' onto C11 V (Nr TOL,EW), a
1,11cAs ( om NTY. I '.
FKA- K 1. I HUSNEY 111kes onth that le is th'
seNiok p,t1t-irof (1h flIrm f F. .1. CrIFFEY &
4 0 , loilg hus-ness in I he City of Toledo
''o. :1 x ai-d State a1(otesalid vind I Iat. 1,;ilt
f.'in pity lihe im of ONE 1ILNDI)D
iDObb.1.A IWi for each amil every enve of r1ntirh o
i jn& do-nikot. he cu'ed by the use o? IALL'S
CAXTA HIM U U EHE
FRANK J. 0111"NEV. f
Sworn to-herore it nnl suibscribeIt mv my
rresecee, this 6th day of Decomber, A. 1). IS(I.
A. W. UlhASON
Ilail'. u itarrhl (,ore 19 taken imernaliy an<d ti
u(Sts filrecI y, tin I he blood aindti klu.o-,14 Stir
faces of sy8 ten. 80nd1 for test1 01%i h 4,1 b
Genmtie-e Al tendting Court
ThIs week, who have anything to
buy13 for t,hemnselves or a memorandum
to ll for the folks at, homie for Dry
Goods, Draess Goods, Notions, Shoes,
Hat,s, Sh) irts, Untderwcar, UJmbrellas,
Suspender's. etc., can get them for' less "
at A. C. JTones' than elsewhete. Give c<
ti s your* att,ention, gentlemen of the ni
jury. l *'Ilty
'The H-erald and News premium Rock
. 11 i urgy is nlow on exhibition at
Edw. 1. H-ipp's store. Call and1( see C
it anid you will see a beat,y. Some
siubsciber)0 to L,is paperl)3l is going to get
this buggy' and1 all it will cost, him will i
be a year's subscript,ion Lo The Herclald p
anld News. W,heit you call Lo see t,he b
buggy ask to see te harncss-t.he see
01n( priemliiumi- and the pump)ki ns, at,
witich you are' nuessing the nutmber* of 0
seed thiey coniitatt. Read the oifer .of ce
prem11iumtfs in a nother' columin.,
*A new line of rail1road is being agi- t
tated by the people of Newberr'y, Salu- ~
dal iadd l'Cdge1ield1. The effort is to build S
a roadL1 to run via Newberry, Sal uda and)( 3
Edgefield to Augusta. It is t houight a
that, the Seaboard p)eople will L,ake hold(
of the r'oad andl there are good pros8
pets for it,s est ablish ment,. Th e H10on.
Gieorge .Johnstone and C'ol. J1. Y. Cul
breat,h, of Newberry, have t,he matt,eri
especially' in charge, andl are doing I
good work towards bringing the line to I
a real izatlion.-Edgeflld special to r
Stop that Hack !
Before it is too late. The time to ~
tackle a cold is when it is just bogin a
ning. A bottle of Robertson's
Compound Cough Syrup if taken nt
the right time will save you a sever
illness. It gives instant relief from
that disagroeablo rawness of tho
throat thalt Colmes with a cold,
and1( is in no way unpleasant to take.
It's prc ist only 25 cents a bottle,
.and is mnufactured and sold at
ROBERTSON & GILDER'S
Remember we cant satisfy all your
.other drug storo-wants.j
VARIOUH AND ALL AHOUT.
See notice of application for appoint
[lent of guardian.
The trains have not yet gotten back
n their schedules.
Tomorrow is a legal holiday--George
Don't forget tie Washington Tea
'arty at the Armory to-morrow night.
Work on the new depot for the South
rn Rallway will be begun at an early
Two pretty days and the rain follow
d the snow. When and where will
bie mud go?
Monday was a lovely day but the
rowd in town was hardly up to the
sual court week crowd.
Rev. Dr. J. B. Fox preached one of
Ittbest sermons at the Presbyterian
burc.h on Sunday morning.
Eugene Blease, Esq., Superintendent
r Education of Saluda County, is at
mding court here this week.
'I he jury and witness tiukets alone
>r, the courts of last year cost the
)unty $4,127.80. No small item.
The postollice will be closed tomor
)w except between the hours of 12 :0
Ad 3.30 p. n., It being a legal holiday.
No meeting of the city council was
old last night on account of the indis
Asition of two or three of the alder
Our merchants are now going North
Wd some beautiful selections of spring
)ods may be expected in the near fu
Miss Bessie Riser left today for the
ort.horn markets to select a spring
ock for the firm of Davenport & Ren
Miss Gordon Weeks has returned to
3r home in.Newberry after a visit of
veral weeks to dilferent parts of the
While attending Court don't fail to
'op in at Edw. It. H ipp's store and
!e ourt premium buggy. You may
Mr. .1. W. Chappell and Mrs. Sophin
edus will leave today for the North
'n markets to select goods for the
James A. Mimniaugh is now at the
orthern markets selecting his sprin
oek and our readors can expect bar
xins on his return.
Alagistrate Jno. H. Chappell will
lVe into his olIi(e tomiorrow. His
lice will be in the old trial justice of
u,e over Evains & Wilbur's store.
Policeman Franklin hIuled in two of
10 negro loafers yesterday, and the
ayor will deal with them this morn
ig aecorhhg to law. Let tile good
ork go on.
Postinmaster, Pair Is contemplating
laking somle i llprovemtilents inl the post
[liee building. Postmaster Fair is a
ustler as he is always on the lookout
The Excelsior Fire Company will
Ter the public a treat in a few (lays in
le shape of a leeture from the cele
rated evangelist, Sam P. Jones. Have
a)u subscribed for a ticket?
Our C~oluamlbia letter fa4iled( to reh
S for this issue so we publish a review
ndl foreccast, from tile News and Con
oer of the work of the General As
3mnbly for the past week.
Tile Wizzard Oil Company will ap
ear' here' in tihe operia house for' 0ne
ecek, beg] innin t hi arch 6th. T1L:is
>mp)any hasi been here before and is
oted for' its igh class inltertainments.
liepr'esett,ives C. L. Blease and
[. II. E'vansr, accompaiedit( by I'Cditor'
uill, camfe uip Suinday on Superintetnd
rt, ieBlee's -prtivatLe cart anid spont, a
sw bout's at home11. They~ returtied to
It wouldni't be ta had laiw, or if there
such a law to en for'ce it., to cotmpelb
er'sonsu who 1ha1ve busins tSItn court to
eon bi and prompltly at tbe opening of
)utt. Thliis idea of having to call for
no or two houtrs every tmornintg of
autt, is a tnuisanlce.
Several g utsses were recorded yes
)rday at tihe numlbor' of seedl in Tile
[omrald and1( News pumpflkins. Tbe
mie is gett.ing shiot,t tnow, tand if you
'ant, a chanceiO at t,haLt beuitiful buggy,
oni had bet.ter dtrop ill tand sub)scribe or
3ttle upf a yerP's slubscrip)t,ion amnd take
Mrt. A. ('. Tlhomasiti, of NIaryille 114,
'ex., buts found at mrore vatluable dlis
rlver'y t,bant has yet, bee.ntmade ini thle
Lon 1(11k o. Fo. r yearis Ibe sulltered un t
tanled b)y hemtior'rhaig.; and( was aub
')ltely (on-ed( by Dri. K( ig's New iv )
VOvery for ('om.sumriptio n, Co ughus andi(
o)1ld. HeO dleclare fltIhat go)ld IS of ilit t1
alue ini com11partisoni withI tihis marvele
uts cuire ; would( hav e it, 'een If It c'ost
h'unmd redl dollars a bot~ t le. Asth. ma,
fleet 10114 aire push *Ively cured by D)r.
Uing's N'ew Distove ry fotr(Oit ion p
oni Tlria,il bttlers free tat U(obert.-on
,Gilder'n atid P'elham'a l)n ug Stores.
te'gular' size 50 ets., andc $1.00. GJuar
niteedl to cure or price reftlanded.
Buist's Prize Medal
l_c_papers for 5c.
Peas and Beans in
>ulk, and Red and
Nlhite Onion Sets, for
;ale cheap at
ROBERTSON & (GILDER'S
Asitiv1patet the Verdict.
So1net,hing happened In tie court
here ye'sterday that we have never
heard of before. Dock 1WuI, alias
lichard Ht, colored, was oil trial for
assault and battery with intent to kill.
ie had been and was under bond to ap
pear at this term of the court for trial,
Mr. Ligon )obbilns being his bonds
man. )uring the trial and after all
the evidence had been taken, uIT left
the (lock unobsorved, and when the
jury brought In the verdict ho was not
to be found.
Ills 11onor instructed the Sheriff to
notify the bondsman that he would be
held respIonIsible til judgment, was
pronounced on t.he prisoner, as during
the trial the accused was not in the
custody of the Sherillf. So n1o blame
can be attached to the Sheriff for
Tihe verdict was not read or an
nounced, however it was "guilty".
RtuIt e.glu f Jhetiia 1). Nataco Oailin.
''here will be a 'neeting of the,ItInes
I). Nance Camp, No. 336, on Marcli 60th
(saleday) in court, house at 11 a. in.
The IreVseCIIe of every member of the
camlp is deAired. The annual dues of
15 conts is now dite. I'lease comne pre
lpatred to pay u11p. C. 14'. 3(VmI),
Rev. )r. J. It. Fox has nceepted a
call to Staunton, Va., atid will leave to
morrow to make his home there. New
IeIry's loss is Stauinton's I-ain in this
Case, and the depart.ure of DIr. Pox
from Newhierry causes (eep regret,
throughouit the entire town, for
he was liked byI all who knew hi Ii,among
all classes and denioilinatio:.s. I'he
best wishes of the citizcinship of New
herry aecompany him wherever he
goes in his libors and may his visits to
Newnrry be Irequent aid extendeI.
Thiei iiar, hi'lor M' la i , I h r t l.iqit ae t.
We 11op' he wi mhole townv will I1
out i n full forve to-ImiorIow evein i _ 11d
aid the B achelor Maids in their first
There is a mit',aken idea that. piople
are collpelled to appealr in Coloial
dress-and whilo it would add greatly
to tne evening it, is not necessary. 130
sure to be on hatild.
The ladies who have so kindly con
sented to contribut,e refreshments for
the Iu'vlor "4a1iis enierlini.lineilb will
please send thililr doiat.ions to the
armory as soon after 2 o'clock Wed nes
d1ay aLft,IIIooI Its pOSSible.
Mrs. Mary F. Dbmnitz1, r.
Mrs. Nlary F. Dantzler, daughter of
David Goggans, of Newberry, S. C.
was born Oetoher, 21, 18-11, and died inl
Orangeburg, S. C., January 20, 1899.
She joined the Iethodist church when
a girl and was a devoted Christian
from childhood. She was Inarried to
Rev. 1). 1). 1Lnt zler of the South Caro
linit Conference, October 1-1, 1871. To
himii she wats a trueii aind 'ait,hfiul help'
meat, cheering and inspiring him in
his work, antd never complaining be
cause of any of the hardxh ipis aLttendant.
upon an it,ine rant,'s life. Shie was ani
earnest woriker' in Lbhe Woma n's l"or
eign NI issioinar'y Society ando was pire'
senited wi th cerili entes or lire imcllembr
ship from t.wo au xiliIaries. A modeulst
aind retiring wonin, she shone brigh t..
est in lier' hioim. Shie was (devotedl toc
the temiiporal and spirtital i nterecsts ol
hei' childrieni, andu, in t,he abisece of
husband, hel family worship.
For mniy years Sister D)antztler's
heat.h had been frail, hut when, a fewt
weeks ago, we wel coined h er, with her
husbland aund family, to a home in our
midIst., it was hioped th at, shIe was r<
gaiing healthb and stre ngthi andl vonuld
long bie wit h us5 t.) bles 1d5ourI C i omiII
ty. Sear'ce had the words of welcoime
died from ouri lips whIien a severe at
tack of gri ppe pro'(strait ed her and ini a
few days the aingels welcomed hecr to
the home on hi i. lIerm h usbandl,b hre
sonls an td one d aughlteri sur vive* hier.
Th'le home on eart.h, miad a brighlt, ard'
happy by her life, is sad aind drea', but
the Chr iistian 's hope1 of a sweet, ra
union ini the home above is the anebior
of their souls.
lI. ( . WV 'rs(os.
- Sotuerni C'histian A\d ioente, l0t,
.Jamies NI ath ias, four m'ilonthLs old1 son
of Ai'. and Mmrs. J1. W.. (Grub i, died ati
thmei' hlomle in factoryvill e on Janiuary
i)Ipartedl this life i"ebruarLty 10, 1899,;
at, the age of 0il yelaris, 2 iior ih and11
' l days, Mrts. AIl~i.ioui C. I )errick,
daughte Ir of (CapIt. Geio. l'-iLling anda
wvife, I-'lizabet,bi. Shen was iimrriied ir
D ecembi er, I'169, to ,Iliius Il'. )em'rick,
y'earis. l"rom t his uin four01 i sons were
gi ven t hem. Th'lese, wvith a devoted
huisband(, r'elIati vex and frienid s are l eft
to moiiurin their boxs, but whlat, is loss tI
us5 we bliev t.o bedL ani ii (eterna1l gain itL
her. TJh e djeceased(( was ai imembi er ol
llody Tr'ii ty clihurch, ,tl e Ailota Iin.
S. ( . VVo bel ieve shle ied' tru'lstinig b
the Loi d1, and( t.hat, it is now well with
heri soul. To ai s orrow-str'icken, ( de
voted1 hu sband , loving sons, aitt ent,ivt
hiroilt's 1and( sisters, wea doi (i notin ii
mor'e noir better' than point,L you to the
I i amib of God whiichi taketh away~ thb
Sinhs of the world. I I. I '. ( 't'N'r'S.
Wool, wa'ished iand nntiwashedi, wit I
burr'a or' withlout ar11d hides andio pa:
t ho hiighest miarkot price. Call an
taf Iif. SUMMElU Bl(OS.
THE SESION COURT.
Jndgn 41. W. (ingo' Vim1t V161t to Now
b- rry-1a h( jjsje4t ,jury )r'tiszett mvid
the Court Settlett I)owa to Ituoturem
Th. court of General Sessions con
vened on) Monday mnin g at, 10 o'clock,
Judge G. \V. Gtge, of Chester, pre
siding. Solivitot' Sense aid Stenot-ra
pher. Campbell at their desks.
The ilost of the. morning session was
talen I) In) o-raniz'11g the girand jury
and the Judge's charge and the banding
out o~f bills
At the opening of the cou't, a Very
notable feeture of thet usual courts
was absent, and that wits the usual
lar-ge crowd of negroes. but its t.he day
grew older the crowd increased until it
leached it, usutal size.
Mr. .1. K. 1.11" was chosoln forelm1a
of the grand jury. Alesses. G. S.
Bowrs and W. S. Swit.enburg, were
excused from jury dtty on account of
The Solicitor handed out a batch of
bills, none of which are of more than
ordinary interest to the public.
Judge Gage made a short charge to
the crund jury as to their diuties and
speefications of each bill handel out.
He explained how prosecctitions began
and the process required to get thei
into court, and ilmlrcssed on the minds
of the jury that, they were the parties
who made the indictment, stating that,
the Solicitor made out the papers or
got them in proper form, which had no
power until the grand jury had written
across 'it "trie bil!," and warned them
to be careful and make close investiga
tions and see that a case had merit, in
it before they found a "'true bill," as
all trivial cases should be sent back to
the Magistrate for trial as it was too
expilesive to briog every little light
into this court. You represent the
people-herc its the people thei.
selves -You have no masters. Do your
duty well its you see it and your country
will say, well done. Find "no bill" ni
til all the witnesses have been heard,
but if yott have sulicent evidmene to
convince you it is not, necessary to heart
all the witnesses to find a "true bill."
e also charged that in cases of assault
and battery vith intent to kill unless
the jury was satisfied that the intent,
was to kill, ot1 an aggrtviated ease, it
shouid be. sent bit 1b te iagist,rate.
The jury then ret.ired.
The followving bills were handed thle
Alf Long itd Abe Kennedy--dis
posing of pjroper'ty tider lien.
Alf fLotg and Ai),: Kennedy-remov
ing property after beilng levied on
George I4dwards and Julius Wood
larceny from the persol).
J. J. H ipp and Quinter Hiltip-assault,
and batter-y with iit-mnt to kill.
Dora Ilayes-lareceny and receiving
Lewis Johnson-disposing of prop
crt,y under lien.
Will Douglas-housebreaking and
.Joe Quait.tlebaiu m--assaul t,and battery
with intent, to kill.
Geor'ge Mlills, S. P. Mills and1( Ind.
Paul -riot, and assitult anrd bat,t.cry' of
ligh and attlggr'avat.ed nature.
R ~ich ard Owens- Ltape.
I len ben A utst,ina-- ai'son.
3u tler hi'iarmn -hioutsebrteakinrg and
A be Thloimpson-atssitult andi hatr
wiith initet. to kill
D ock 1 iutT al ias iilhard Hitlf-at-i tt
and battery wit,h intent to kill au'l
car'ying concealed weaplonis.
George Langf(ord-buraglar'y and lar
The firist, prtisoner! ar'raigned wits
lIiley il utch ison in the fol lowing cases:
I UIcey Hutch ison-houtsebr'eiaking and
hitr'eny andi( recei ving stolen goods.
ltilIey Huitc'hisoni---burltglany andi lari
eeny. P lead guilty.
T1he grandit jury hits r'etturned the
State vs. D)ock lutifi alias Hi chartd
tull'--assault andi bittter'y wit,h i nitent,
to kill. Trtue bill.
St-tte vs. Jacot'ib Ilipp) and (QmI iter
HIiIpp--assau tlt, and h at terys wit.h in tent
to kill. "'True hill,'' us to chtarge oif
assatult and bat.tery of a hiighI attd aggrma
State vs. Joe1 QuatsIlebnm11--- assault
cattyrying concea'iled wen'i 1pons1. No bill.
State v's. IElliot,t, V'arne muriidt r atnd
Statte vs. Al te LITho.. lson.l -assautlt,
atnil hattery with intent, to k)Iill. No
St ate vs. Jirm Hoht i.sont-apptIeal fronm
Sitte vs. D)ock I tu:f al ias I l liharid
1 l1'-assazul tiii andbtter'y wit.h intent
to kill. Guilty.
State vs. AlIf L ong antd A b'e Kenntedy
-dIis~posintg of pro peartyi und er Ii .n.
JudIllge G age maik es at good presidinog
Judilge andil keeps the butsi ness of tIhe
cbuurt, moving alor g. Tttis Is biis lirst,
ollial visit, t,a Newbary and1( he is
itmking a good iatmpressiottn ong otir
The southeoru'a .-u nouncoem,.nts.
TLh e South ern 1ItailIroad mauk es tIhe
follolwing anniiounfcetimts for the beite
lit. of its pitttrtns:
Thlie Miard i G ras at Iirmtin rghamn,
Ala., has beeni postponed uintiI lim
itile in tIhe fut,ture, to be set by the ICx
"ICTect Ii.e li>th i nstant, the North
eiaste'rn HItallroad of Georgia will dlis
con t,irate theai r tralits 37 and '18, nowi
operaitedl bet,ween Luda atnd A thie'ns
Ga., whliich itne conniectioins fot' ot
tr'ainus 37 atnd 38.''
''Owing to conidit ion of ice in tha
Cheseapetake flay, the samle of ticket:
will be dliseon tinut(ed for tl' he preent, yh
Hlalt,imor'e, Chies eapleake atnd [ichmiont
St,eamboat (oin p>any uintl Iftuirther' ad
Itemember the Vaslilgtoli Teti oil
Wednesday next. There i a treia, inl
Itore for all who Itteld.
G1,eOr-ge anld Alill-thit WathlIngton will
be represented by Mr. Idwin A. Car
lisle and Mirs. W. 11. Ilunt. They will
be the honored guests of the ietinjig.
and all who are pireseit will receive a
personal iItrodtCtuctin to the n1oted
couple. GOieeral anld Mi.s. Wiashingtonl
will be assisted in receiving by Miss
LuCy MClCaughrin and several of GV1n
eral Weshington'seontemporari s. The
Thirteen original States will b"I charm
ingly repr-esented In the following niti
nler, by the 3achelor. Mtaid6:
Virginlia-Miss )elle I,and.
New York- Mliss I-Ahel IlIoozer.
Miassacl, -et-Is NIiss Uzzie 1)oIIinIk.
New I lansh Ire -M iss Ilessi ( ilder.
Connecticut. -M iss Nina Carli-le.
ihodo Island -Miss ,1alla MartiI .
)elaware-M iss Cota Doinituick.
Nort.h Catroliina-Misses MI. Rtenwick
anid Mary Nance Fair.
New .ersey-liss ltina \V ilson.
South Carolina-M iss NelIlt- Mc'all.
'ennsylvania-M Nisses M. Martin and
(Georgia- M isses .lmni anld Carwi Iv.
The "eake walk" will be inl charge
Miss Neville l'ope.
The Geo. \WashiIgtonl of the town,
o the man i that. nevi.r. told a lie will be
vot(d for. which will prove a hot, (onl
We-b no doubt,.
The doorke epers in caltige of the
hll are Misses FLannic McCitaughrin
anld llizaibet.hi I,and.
Notice of Glav'dian1sipJ of birdnat
w rillt. --I
N TICE, 18 11ilElU,Ei IY GIVEGN
. that, I will apply tt) theh lIon. ( ;vo.
\V. (jge, pr-1esiding Jii dge, on tie (;tIh
(if MaeIl, 18M, for an mderl appointin-r
WV. W. odges as 'bliv Guarildian for
I na Wrigiht, minor', whose estalte
von,siss of an ititt,rest inl Ilds Of Niaey
ald MIarItli W r'i t., vallied at *:300.
the10TVbh ing!_ n0 flt 1-0mpeJR-1-11 and re
spolsible person that. cold be fuand
wh(j is willing tjj at,,un sn h 1 uart
ianisip. I,A%%IE W"AMMl 1',
MIOthe.l r of l utn WVright,1.
.Ne wh urvy, S. C , Wt'ebruary :20, 18111
Best high grade stand
ard Fertilizer on the
Availh!e l'hos. Acid, 8 per c
A11mion1ia, - 2.1 per celt.
Potash, - 2 per cent,
See guaranteed analy
sis on bags before buy
EVANS & WILBUlI.
...ENVOY AND FLEENTVINC MODELLII
1899 PRICE $40
The '99 model far sur
passes any bicy cle ever
Better than ever !
STYLE and FINISH
Quality, weight and
price is a revelation to
the trade. Surpasses
our best efforts Stan
dard equipment on all
models. Ask to see
them before buying
Write for catalogue.
Trilll Bill8 Stwd BioyclIl
BETTER than EVER!
Price: $40 to $75.
J. R. FAIR, Agt.
N werryi', S. C
We are receiving new
goods almost every
day, and.offer them at
reasonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys o1
Come and examinc
Oposinite ~ (. Wlanm,
$75 GIVEN AWA
A iOCK 1,1.1s 1l1i1Y AusmtTi
Fi4t4.'j4 T*( ()Ujj SUJjSjUtljjFC,4_.
T111110,1C OV111,C l'RIZECS.
Tho llorald and Nowti lii alw
boen averso to combinaitiou off
Inl fact we havo evor dono it and
not ilt(olld to.
Weo ha1v, howo,vr, 11111do aln
rangement with tho Rock I till Btq
Company by which Nwe (-tanl offer,
of their '.555 buggies to our subsci
er absolitoly freo.
Wo wilit ovory Hub)cwribor oil
bOOks anld ovory now suibscribel
11vo inl opportunity to gailn this cI
Ti buggy will bo oil exhibit
at, the storo of Mr. Ejdw. 1. 11
18 80011 ats it arrivos frot Iock 11
Te,ondit ionlmonl whichi t his buq
will bo given atre: Wo proposo
serNo two 1111-0 1111 Il1611Mi)d OV
person who pays olno year's suibsel
tion to Tho lorahl and News
twemn now mnd the first, (1day, of Al
will he given Olin glesm at hl ill
ber of stod inl tho two pliiipki
The onm vlho coeivs Itelr'est to
nIuilber of soeds inl tho two pil
kins will bo given the biggy. 11
giess to ho writtein inl ink on
bitck of anll Oelm-ove and ho till n
of tho persol i'.i'm on ai slil
papeor and litt. inl tho vvlope,
PlnvOlopo Hvallid anail deposited it,
ballot, box, which is to he lockod I
kept, lovked unIIil the It-vard is 11111
Every pmrsonl who pipys Ils 11i1ch
1. )O, 0110' year's MIlhscript ion, to
enititled to one gliess. Tloso y
IrO ill arrours 114ti l ity back d-w.'
have mne guiess for mach C1. 0 t
pay. If yoU emlot, piy back 1
you Canl givo uts your Into for b
diles Itind havo ollo giless for I
year Which yol pay, ill biack d
must b arranlged ill 0r1der t4) put
you1 to t gueVSH. ThOSO wIo I
J)aid inl advanelt- Cnn b11Iv'l at 11IVW
pa. ilig for mtIl>ther yvar for wl
they.) will bo givoen creil. Wo h1
S11ur1d pumpkins ocahuso it. will p
olur out of tho volunty sllIscribhvr.
oppoitunity to giless for tivy
know ats n11o1ch Itoliut the wllhel
sed ill e ptimpkilns 11 t11411o
Thos who ha1v recetliy St
for- the1ir papor by Calling agaIinl
paying enloughd to run1 tihvirsubm.
tiot to April Ist, 11000, will be
lowed to givss allso.
Wo will Iso give ats it second pri
ilet (If 1'ulggy harness('8 vailuted at S I
and11 a fouth pri ize (If 0ono yeair's I
scripition) toi Tho lorahd lad N<
If one0 n11an 1has mlore thi one g3
(hough is tuelse wer( nirostl
c11orcti nobe of1( seed int or)ho1
putl oni ehbiio t Edw. 1)5i11. 0111
stor and the'81' pmopkin w( ill hot(l
ailso utf yotdsr. oso hm
This1 JiL an81111 1 oppotunity you41
nO nfen ofv teolest a
mark etse te Nheva
sbsrnd,o for rgsleyu
Edw. Ra.sn thipubcrpto
their guesses and, wo~~' ill Asoo3
hRapOCnt andL aUked Cto openS
NN,We hive made a elo:' stu<ly
of the :cience of o 1( Retail
i I 1 I h l-tvo reached te10
r11111 poinlt. whero wo ( f(l inl truthl
to wj't ." 111- p'oficient ill tIho
vi'at. Wo. kin>w
j)H ow to buy
When to buy
m. Where to buy ,
,l -ANU MORE IMPORTANT STILL
...We Always Buy...
bm That are good,
>ir That are solid,
aSIIO8 That are worthy
OF US AND OF YOU.
t ell per-ist-.ei t.ly avoid
zilc 0111 :1-c'. e shmidy,
We will not Iell Sloes to
ol ' -l t it have Imot. first,
Aw eilisted ur eil mlidence.
It, i u r lonstant ai l to
do i.!lVe ev er.v eust.o11wr his
Amb lmlo?.'. *s- W mr-t 1.a11d t o d1(o
I' So iiust I1 Oilly good
4 Let he who will sell
shoddy shoes, but
tcl The Mower Corn
Ih pany-- NEVER!
11. Let us add your
RV narneto our already
b\ long list of Shoe
0h CUSLOmers. Y Ou
will not regret it.
GA C G.S MOWER GOO
AT COPELAND Bros'
Ymi will find the ]est
(1)oods 8Sold at lower prices
iall iliferor good1s ae0 Sh(l
Io at, Otler plaems,
IIlhe be.A. Is always thw ebleapeWt-ea
W-vidly it' yo can b,y tho Iesl, as
~. A% chealp as8 we 8.l1 It. \Ve k<lpl at good
Drless t b 'aand, C'lot htitng, SbIns, I l atH,
uii b ' Pai u t, Nail ions1, (Ove' rcoa 18. Il',m brobldery,
. liers. 1?ibb onls,( I a H~ ai- i dkeriefs,
1n .,s etc.
vonr WE SELL THIEM''jHUS WAY :
two( Il0 Inchli lllavy Shirtinug, 5e.
1. aol I )rilling, le.
:;7 Iinch i leavy D)rills, 5i'.
I bae A good '. az atll wool .111ans, 1l6!4I.
, (o0aI, Bo'v' 811111. $l.1 l' pl.
I alln' $I5 811's Clat ihe fair $2 50.
we '110 :7.at) 81uit for H- 5.)I
Mlti's $11) 81its far $7.50i.
I Iaenvy lIrogelIns fron;I., to $1 2,
t3it j " a" "2" 15
-12 InIallh ibtk la'iguredt Malhnir J)re-8
.i 1 I tech all wo~vol Illenr!iena, 'be.
I, tta $1 a," " " $g j5.
n111l 3 0 a' ", a, "i 2.50).
1 in St rieat, Nawh,'rry1, 8. (,
~sa --T HE
'Greets His Friends in
And asks a con
He will be glad to
show you his goods
and to sell to you.