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Corrected ovory Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M ent... .................. . . ......... @ 6 .
Shoulders ................. ... 70.
H amls....................,.........:.... 10(()121c.
Best Lard ....---....... ........... 7i(q)8kc.
Best Molasses, new cop...... 50c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@350.
C o i ................................... 65c.
M eal .......... . . ......... ........... 60c.
[1 ly................ . . ................ 75C.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.00.
Ist, Patent F!o r .................. $5.00.
2nd Best loat.................... $4.50.
Strait Flo ........................ $425
Good Ord inary Flour. 5
ug ................. ..... ......... 52(4 .
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.00.
Bale HIulls, pr cwt.............. 30c.
Buttor, por, ib ..................... 15q20c.
Iggs, peri dozen ................. 10c.
Chickens, each.................... 121@20c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 55C.
Coin, per bushol.................. 55c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 40(&350c.
Sweet potatoes .......,............ 40 e50c.
Turkeys, per ib .................. 6(a) 8c.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 50(q77o.
tlucklen'4 Arniea Salvo.
The beit Salve lin the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Stlt Rheiuim
Pover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chilblihs, Coris, and all Skin Erup
.lims, aId posItively cures Ples, or no
C oiy required. It is guaranteed to give
u'rfeot smisfacion or money refunded.
PrIge 25 cents per box. For sale by
H(oUertton & Gider and W. E. Pelham.
To Unero it Cold lin Ono Night
Take Van f,ear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe, Coughs aid Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
cure or money refuied. t&f(,n
The Commercial Bank
Having added a
Savings - Department,
vill paty intoresit on all deposits, at
rato of four per cent. por annum,
under regulations of snid Depart
mont. JNO. M. KINARD, Pros.
Z. F. Winil-r, Cashier.
A New Millin,y EstablihIneht.
Miss llessie Riser has just returned
from the North and will open a full
line of millinery on her own account.
She ill be in the store of the New
horry Clothing Company and will be
glad to have her friends call. She
vill he open next week.
Lot. Lilly lirackett and Ziegler Bros.
titno Spri-ng Shoes-ladies' and gents',
it. At Jamieson's.
The remainder of the stock of goods
that was recently bought by Flynn and
Purcell has been moved from the May
bin & Goomilnan store to the respective
stores of t,e above named gentlemen
anid Mir. l0. I'. ['awvley is having his
stock moved inmtE) the Bowers store on
Ninety Per Cent
Of the peop)le are alilicted wit,h some
form of huminor, and this causes at vari
ty of dilseases. The reason why Hood's
Sarsaparilla Cures when all others fail
is found in the fact that it, elfectually
exp)els the humor. Scrofula, salt rheum,
boils and all erupt,ioins are piermanently
cured by this g rentt medicine.
[loud's [Illis are the ,becst faily13 ca
thar atic and~ I lver~ tonic. Gcitle, irelI
'avon lnoteer (4et Your 'ricket..'
Rev. Samu Il'. JIones, the celebrated
evangelist aind lecture, who has a nat
tional reputat,ion, will lccturte here
about the 27th instant, uinder the au
spices of the ECxelsior Fire Ccmpany.
T1here is going to be a dlemand for
tickets and those who expect and want
to hear hiim ad1( bot,teri engage tickets
in advance as there will only 1)0 a limit
edl number of reserved seat ticket,s.
A Cu, ting Scrap-..
Wtednesday evening Jalem Sims and
Ben Spence, colored1, gut int,o a difi!
cult,y down about Sump Coleman's
place of business, wvhen Spence re
cived a severe cut from a knife on
the head, at, the hands of Sims. The
mnayor~ sett,led wit,h them Thursday
morning to the tune of $1.
How to Sauve Doctor 1iIts.
We have saLved many doctor bills
since we began tusing Chamberlain's
Comch itemedy in our home. We keep
at bittle oiwn all t,he time and when
ever any of my family or myself begini
Luo cat,ch cold we begin to uise t,he Cough
RVemedy, and as a result, we never have
to send away for a doctoir and incur a
large doet.or bill, for Chambetrlai n's
Cough Remedy neveir fails to cure, It
is ceri,aInly a medicine of grcat, merit,
and wortb.- D. S. Mcarkle, Genei at
Miorchant, and Farmer, 'Matt,lo, 13ed
fxrd Coun ty, Pa . F'or sale by W. E.
Pel ham, druggist.
The Count,y Board of Pensions will
meet In my ollice at Newberry on Mon
day, March 6th, at 11 a. in. A full at
tendance Is desIred in order to close up
the business. 'M. A. CAnisru,
T1he Township Board of Pensions for
No. 1'ownshlip wIll moet in my oflico
on Saturday 4t.h March, at 10 a. m,.
All1 persons desIrIng to make applica
tion for penion will present theIr
climis oin that day and1( all miembers of
tho boarmd are expected to be on hand
nr'omoltiv'. M. A. CA RLISLI'.
VAI)U ANI) ALL ABOUT.
Monday Is saleday.
C. C. IPCatherstone, I4sq., of Laurens.
is attending coutrt.
There will bo no peaches this year
s0 Say those who ought to knew.
Talk it up. What? The coming
lecture of IRev. Sam 1P. Jone".
Miss Catherinll Asholey, of Trenton.
Is visit,ing the Missses Dominiek.
iatilin's Wizzard Oil Company at
the opera house every night, next week.
The anglers have begun their sport
on Scott's Creek and report an abund
Mr. E. 11. Leslie has begun work on
Mr. V. A. Kinard's residene on John
Attend the meeting of the James 1)
Nance Camp on Monday, veterans.
Don't forget it.
The Newberry Council of National
Union, No. 834, will mect, to-night.
Business of im portance.
Spring is coil.g and the early gar
dener is getting things together so as to
be on time with his work.
The Misses Martin who are attend
ing the Presbyterian Colleg~e in Colum
bia ar- at 1)011 0 for a few days.
Mrs. 0. I1. Mayer and chikren, of
Newberry, are visiting their parents,
Mr. and MIrs. W. W. Jones.-ILaurens
C. P. Sanders, 'sq.. of the Spartan
barg bar, has been in the cit.y for the
pitst few days attending court.
The prisoners convicted last week
and sentenced to the Penitentiary
were carried to Columbia on Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robertson, of
Charleston, are spending a while in
Newberry with his brother Dr. ,Peter
The time for paying takes expired
on tie first, The' Treasurcr now has
lifteen days in which to collect with
Mrs. I1. D. Clark, of New Haven,
Conn., is visit,ing her cousin Mrs.
.1. .1. Lane, ond will spend some time
Julian Mitchell, Esq., of the Char
leston bar, is attending court in New
berry this week. He is the guest of
Hfon. Geo. S. Mower.
Miss Eva Gary, of Newberry, after a
pleasant visit of several weeks to Nrs.
.1. A. Barksdale, jr., and otLher friends
heve, has returned home.-Laurens Ad
Contractor lE. 1-. Leslie has been
awarded the contract to build a land
some residence o1 the old Lutheran
clure'A) lot for N r. C. SI. West.
A little stampede was caused in the
the court rooml) yesterday afternoon by
tile crier callitg 0. L. Sehumpert, Esq
Those inside thought 1)e said "fire."
Mi. Ota I'arketon had three fingers
of his left, hand cut ol near the second
joint by a planing machine in the ma
chine shops at the'cotton mill last Sat
Mr. Wilbur H uiett left on Wed nes
day for 1'oughkeepsie, N. Y. to take a
speCcial cou1rse inl bookkeeping 'and ste
nlograph)y in the Eastm)an) B isiness
A ftor spend ing a few days in tile city
with his plarents the0 first of t,be week
MIr. 1). D). Wvallace r-etUrned to Vandcr
hilt University to com plete h)is special
course of study.
Hion. Cole L,. l3iease was called to
Columbia on Wednesday on business
conn ectedl wi th hiis eilints. the consta
bles i rap]lited1 in tile r'ecent deplorI
able shooting in) thalt, cit,y.
Seronaders were in) "Brooklyn''
Wednesday nigh t, d ispensing the sweet
est of music, whlichl was great.ly en)
joyedl by the citizenis of that, part, of the
city. May their visits be often.
While in -the city don't fail to call
around andI settle for your p)aper and1(
get a chalnce at that, pretty and valua
ble buggy now on exhibit,ion at Edw.
Rt. H-ipp's store. The time is gett,ing
Mr. JIno. H1. WNicker began hauling
dirt yesterday to level up tihe lot on
which the new depot is to be erected.
Hie hopes to have it leveled up in about
two weeks-and thenl for t,be handsome
Thle Columnbia Orchestra, an excel
lent musical organization of tile cai
tal city, will give a concert In tihe
opera houise in this cit,y some1 t,ime in
April. ThIs will be0 a treat for music
The city aulthorities have begun work
laying a brick drain lead ing from Pratt,
street, down) in front of the Crotwell1
hotel. Neat brick arches or lattico
b)ridges will conneet the sidewalk wit,h
tile st.reet, lit, crossings.
Th'ie Newberry Shakespeare Ciub
celebrated its fi ftl~Ih I anniversary last
nighlt at, tile residen0ce of Mr'. J1. N.
Martin. One wiho was p)resenlt, has
promised to have tihe entert,ainment
written upl for our next issue.
.Jno. Coieman, colored, who was at
t,he time sutpposedl to be working out a
fine on) tile streets was atrrestedl On
Thlursday mlorn ing for stealing two
sacks of flour from lt. II. McCarty's
store, iIe is now wearing tile chains.
An effort will be made to hatve an
excnrsion train run upl from P rosp)eri
ty tile night, of tile ieture by R1ev.
Sam P. .Jones in or'der to give the peo
pie of thlat hlustling little city an 0op
plortunit,y to hear the famous leturer'
Last Sunday afternoon THelena had
the honor01 Of hnaving J1udge Oeorge WN.
Gage, tihe presiding judge at, thlis terml
of court In Nowberry, as a visitor at
thfi Helena Sunday school. Hie gave
atn excellent atddress to tile Sunday
Tine Gettlug S1ort.
Thoso who intend to take a cha icoat.
ourl, plemiut buggy had better not ptit,
oly guessing too long, for the timu is
getting short, -)d it ma1y pass unob
stierve beforo yoll know it, and You
will thiink aftr too hate that you would
have won the hanidsomle preiumiIIIII.
Some ono will be sure to get it.
Fir- ht sitoda comilsy.
l r M ike Kemi>sonl aot his v in houlso
with iht I bales of cotton, a thresh
erl, IuOWPer land otter. faruminlt im11"le
ments but-ned uip in his gin house ast
Sunday. The origin of the lire is not,
known, but there is some1 suspicion thiat
it it wts O,b work of anl incenditary.
Sahidit Sentinel, 1,,t.
MIe'-tinug of J1 unenq, I. Naneno, ('nug.
'T'lhere will I) it 'iut.ing of the .Jamul4s
1). Nance Camp, No. :130, on March (th
(saleday) in court house Itt 11 It. i.
The presence of every member of the
canmp is desired. 'Thie annual dties of
15 cents is now due. Please come pre
pared to pity up. C. F. lo'i,
Vanted in Newberry.
Reuben loyd, colored, who has just
finished serving it sentence on the
counLty chaingang, has been loIged in
jail. lo is wanted on a charge of
arson. Sherii 'luford, of thiat, conuty,
will doubtless come ofter Reuben to
Sherily luford will go for Boyd
within the next few days. le is wanted
here oil two or three charges.
To heo Strouight flomne.
Capt. W. S. Langford received a let.
ter yesterday fromi Senator Tillman
atd forwatrded it to Mr. J. .1. Epting,
at Pomaria, conveying tho conforting
information to the family that the body
of his son who died in Havana on the
19th instant,. had been ordered by the
Quart.ermaster'-Generalh t,o be forwarded
hote, and was now on the way- -Ob
Like Iieking up oldt lhmotrm.
Tro begin today its jist. uit:e pikicing
i) gold dollars on tie street to buy
goods It A. C. Jones. I is usual prices
have always heen the lowest, consis
tant with good goods, but the reduction
that, he is now making beats the record.
Read Iis dvertisiment, ii this paper
where he quotes prices andt you will ntot
fail to visit his store.
A LUt-rary undll uisical Treit.
A few friends spent It (eligltful even
ing at the htome of Dr. Jas. K. Gilder
on Monday last. 'The occasion wits the
singing of Mr. H. P. Leftwich, of Rich
M r. Leftwich's voice is riHel and
strong, Itd is u nsurpassingly sweet..
He throws his whole soul into his
sons aml sings wiLII much feeling nd
pat,hos. His talent does not, lie inl i-he
musical world.alone, but lie is also a
remarkabIV Clocutionist. Ills negro
dialect is inimitable, and created much
amusement, and muelt litughter ita1omg
t,hose p)ren et,.
The I lvil Coturt
'Te court of comnmon pleas has beent
In sesston si nce Monday anid butt one
case hais been tried, that of Coleitani
iflicks, colored. against t.lte Sou thern
flaiilroad for $5,000t damitge s for the
loss of a foot in 1895. .1 ohnistonte &
Welch represenit th Ie 1)plint.i lf andt
Messs. D). k. lDuncanti and C. I'. Stun..
d ers, of Spat anhmyi ~ 'P. L'. Cothr n,
of Grieenv'ille, anid () L.. Schumpers.t, of
Newberry, represenCit t.he riir oad comt
pany. A rgumtent wais conclnded yes
t.erday atnd ithe case given, to t.he jury,
wit icht brioughtt in at seatledl verdict at 2
o'clock last night. Verdict: $2,300 for
the platitti If.
A i'uuctictl R4esp ine.
One of our stubseribers in renewintg
his subscrIption get,s oiit.e p)oeticali atnd
writ,es the following accompanying
letter to thte edlitor:
F'ebruairy 28, 1899.
Mr. 10 H. Anll, Newberry, S C.
You saty ttty timte is out,
Bt,t priay do itot pout1,
Rene w at ontce wti i t,a sit out,
Amtd keep Tlhe Heraid anid News a
going all atbot.
* * *
in resp)onse to the ablove yotu will finld
herewith enclosed P ostollice O rder for
$1.50 in paymet,t for Th'le Heraild atnd
New's uip to 1st Marchel, 1899.
Wisiing you g reat success in your
wvork, Ion g life and haiitiiness, believe
me, Sincerely yours,
A (niu Shouw-Onue solu WVek.
lIiamtlin,'s Wizitid ()il Company (vill
alhppear ini thet. Newbherry Operai I louse
every night ntext, week. The comntJiy
has lately atppeatredl in Walihadlit. Thec
Keowee (Courier sitys:
"HIamr.lin's Wizar'd Oil Company's ad
vertising sI ows at, PIt.ch ford's HallI
this week. The show is unzder the di
rections italnd anagemeint of Il'rof.
[Hackney, one of thte best "enitriloqtuists
we hatve ever listened t,o. Every member
of this organizit,ion is an artist amid
t.he perfojrmainces are clean aind refined.
'Thle 1)1prpos of this shtow is toaidvertise
Hlamlin's Wizard Oil, a well known atnd
ireliable mediicine that, has heen on the
market for years. Fifteen years atgo a
compa)lny simtilar~ to this one wits in
Walhtalla. Thten they travelled in a
wagon, giving thielr entcrtaiinment ini
the street. The company having been
very stuccessftul, have keep abreast of
the times anid ntow give t.hir shows in
op)erai houses or ballIs, carryinmg w itht
thema a large amtount, of hiandsomte stage
sett.ings and enst.nmnce,"
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET $
AMT. IlM NIEW 00.' A LVIC ANI) I'M)- A
Ipeeal Col renslitienct 114atild aid News I
Again detihl 1as6 visited oiir town.
This visit wis inaude to the homlie of
Iirs. 'iart; - Cressonl and lihe daughter'
Miss Illen was called. Miz-5s KIlen had i
Ie a pt I Ii t SIItieter r O lths an id nC
wits I esigned. She was an estilitble
young lady and she will be missed from
her circle of acquakintallees ind hI- r
(hrIIh of which SIe Wts a I deVOtW(ed
Ieinlle. ir tle years (11tht are gonle of
we )a(I the )leak,srl-, of iing her Suni1- kI
dty Schoo! teacher tid it is with
pleastire that we houar testimloniy to her. b
Clr-istiali 1fe. She leavt's a Iotlier
anid brothlkr and miany velativets and
frienlds to murom-n her loss. She has tit
otNly gonle (' befoie, thte to await, the
comin"g of I i loved ones left lthind.
Our sym II I ,iby goes to tle ImlothIer
ats Niiss Kilen wt, her mlost cons'ant
collipailionl anitd will he doubly lisa
inl let- loneliness. She was laid to vest. W
ill the l'iozpe.'ity cietery ThuIl'day se
NIv. Jas. N. Norris wits in town yes
tmrdaty and ble informned uis that he had
rell'ed t. h 10 Davis plac lle in 1air :l1id
couiity, lnld would move there early W
next, week. This is said to be one of he
the best, plantations in the county and '1
We trust Mr. Norris will do well.
Mrs. Ml. 1.. Kohn (aunt-Lizzie) has .
gone on a visit to her sister Irs. J.
N Ilrsll Sheely vt Irm.
Honk. J. [I. Counts it former New- bi
berviani now livin)g near Irmo lost his of
barn, stables and olit. houses last, Sati I
day niight by fie I the work of an in- -l
%Ir. Kenney llaker made his usutal h
home tril last SAtidaly, iet,u-ning to k
Greenwood on Mlondty. E
Nir. A. . \ise is expected to return
today fromli .Jlhnston whero he arrived
a Coiple days ago with at car of mules, V.
Ir. 'eter Rtober.tson wits visiting in
town t,he yast, week. ha
Rtev It. Kirkpat.rick retturnekd from p
his North Carolina and lairfield trip yc
Mr. Kirkpatrick is goilng to exper
ment with seeds this yeat' Id see what y
tlhiere is in onion raisitng. Ir. lirge il
is gting to try ih potittoes againi, y]
and old man Kity will try sweet, potatoes
and tomatoes with sweet, corn. What
farmllers these mortals he. i
Mr. Allen Crosson, of Saluda, was tli
called hlotne by the (ealt of his sister -SP
Aliiss 1"llen, and lie is now with his ou
W. W. W heeler,"Iluncey"l hits moved ku
into the Prospiuttty hotel building wit,h
his father Mr. J1. A). Wheeler. NIP's."
W hee.er will try hottse keeplng, and 801
we ko1w tiat Miss Lenia will be eqial
to t,he occtsiionl f
Our lit.tle friend H ates NIaffett had
the misfor.t 'i while riding his ileycle f
to ifall ff tili hrelk his it-I . \Ir. t
Multett tells me his son isdoitng as well lo
its could be . X peLed, but t hat lie hits Col
sidetrable fever. We hope the itt le
man wvill stoon be up itgaini and aible to'
play in htis uaual brighlt, wa'y.
.\liss NIatt' Ni nard ha ,s moved her ai
I'Posperity holtel builIding to the liar- If
mon butild(1in0, on NIini sta .!t. lit
We were veriy inuichi ineiid to hIactr th
that I iele lik e lKemiipsei had losthis cs
gin house and cotntenits biy lire last,
Situr day ighlt. Amnong t he Iloss was 20
ort 25i haIles of cottoni in t,be seedi, besides
'I'heie is toot much (If thiis thing go)ing si,
(ln andi( we cerPtinly L-ink that it is al
inceniiairty is too( readly with his toric.i
In t,his vaiin Ileet. inug world wheriei1 alit"
is bustle and hu tstle, the g oldeni rlI is it
tlo ofte for(tigoitten2, andit in order to gin g
It lit,t,it tetuporar'lty ad(1vaitage or uiitke p
a sale, a~ good ( ?) man will i nsinu tate
whant, he knows to lbe tilltrtue, and whIien
h le illches Li,he other pairt.y out of is "
good naime antd the t,ranIsaet,ion lie simiiles '
in his sleeve atnd sitys, whait,t at smarlt, en
mantl I amit. Y es, bt, t for everly such thj
tansation yoult lust giv tan itactcout' t.
and1( y'ou iiay sirh y ci our i neigh boir's
namaniid bildt youirself til at his ex
pense, biut those whlo do these t.hinogs, b
her21 thatt " veng1eian(e ismn,I will ie
paty sait,h the I 'l.d" I sotimines sit. anid
woindetr if all the training atnd ai1Lii te
prayert'is of g od iy.fathiers andil motheirs are
go)inlgto he lt,ont)l the priesenit,guenrationi.
W hIi see 18 mleni enijoyinug those L,inigs
Li,bat bin ig r'epr'oach on iihe miemiory, of
the sain1Ltd dleadi, atnd los ig no0 opp)ior-'
tiity to pull diown at neighibor er' ini
si iuate soiiethin g in it binesis way
Lthat. the y kno11w to be util iue, I itsk
mliif. What is the maitltter'y What, is
wrionlg? When,t I see men~I prIofessing
ask miysel f whaI tt lifs beit~)Icm tof the
Lt.eingsl~ oif thle fathrs. Ilow short,
ts LiIhis life an id the evil we do. and how
long Is eternit.y wher'e tiher'e is not til
TIhe great values in our kinntt S
Depatment, arle goling fast.
$weet Peas, pure
stock, in papers 'and
This delightful and E
very popular flower
may be successfully
grown if the seed are
I rehas Pha...a...
75 GIVEN AWAY,
1"tI1. 11111, Oultia ro Iti i i
The .Iorald andi News has always
(1 IverSe to oithi atiio oll'ors.
faet wo havo never dono it and do a
It iitoild to.
We have, however, inado ai l ir
ngoment with tho litock Hill Buggy
m1pany by which wi (ill ofter on
thieirl. buggies to ollr. hibscrib
S itisolutoly free. I
Wo witt ovory subscribor oil our
oks and overy iow subscribor to
VO an11 Opportunity to gain this capi.
The bmuggy will bo oil exhibit(ion
the storl or Mr. j-hv. R . lipp
Roon ats itu rrive:i fron Htock lill.
The contdit ions onl which this hnggy r
11 bo givon are: We proposo to
1110 tWo lkrgO IuMp111kinls Mid Overy
irson who paym ono year's sbscrip
ni to The Herald and News bo
en now 1ind the first, day of April
11 bo given one guess it he inmi- A
r of iseod in the two pumpkins.
JO 0110 who Coies lierest to the
inber of seods in the two pump- S
!s will bo given the buggy. 14111eal
wss to bo writtvin inl ink onl tho S
ek of nll onvolope and the no S
the personl writtoln Oil a slip of S
por and plt, inl tho onvolopo, the
velopo solod and deposited in ia E
Jlot box, which is to he locked and
pt. locked until the award is mtdo.
very person who pays asti much is
.01, o yeir's silbscript-ion, to bo
titlod to on guess. Those who
o ill arrours aitid pay back d-les to
vN 0110 guess for eachi $1.50 they F
,y. If you cannot pay back du1es
a can give us your noto for back
LS and htvO 0110 gness for this
ar which you paly, mall back dusii
ast bi aIrrangod in order to mititlo
u to i guess. Thoso who havo @
id inl advallco can havo at guess by
ying for anotherm. y0ar for whiclh
py will be given credit. Wo have
MurOd puimpkins hocaulsv it will givo
r out of tho county subscribers nil
portunity to guess for they will 9
ow ats much atboit the minmr of d
-id in, the pmllipkislim 1 those who n
.) them. v
Th'loso who havo recontly smettled
r their paper by calling agin aid
.y ig enoulgh to rnn 'thIeir subscri p
)m to April Ist, 100, will be al' S
wed to guess also.
We will also give ats at second prize a
I of 'uiggy hamrniess valuedi ait. $2.5
d a thiord pruize of a1 barrel of thou r,
d a fourthI prize of 011o year's Hiub)
ripitionl to TIhe Illormald and1 News.
one0 manli has1 iioro t.han one gues's n
ouglh hiis guesses we're neareist theo
rrect numbeiitr oif seedt. in thle Iw
TIhie biuggy'11( an ihe hiarniess wi llt'
it on exhibit ion ait Edw. 11. II ipp's
>re aid thle pumipkinis will be there
ito if yon)I deirei to stIl th1em1.
Thlis is an! oppotuity you wyill
>t ofteni have to seen rea 1 i..
iggy andit ait the samei( timo got a
ood neOwspaper at the regulair
(Call ait the o)llico antd pay13 your (
bscripjt.ioni anid register your vote. I
lose who Iin iit it. con11Venlienit toiI
II cani Htend' thel( Hitbscri ption an< tI
('ir guessets anid we will s(o( t.hat,
A fttr t.he guesse.s aire clotsedl ai com.
it.too o)f dliiiterested personis will at
ulappoinrted and aisked to open11 thlie
un pkin 11and(101 cout th s1( d and11 iuu
va1rd the prizies.. .
Wool, wiashied antd unwashed, with
irrs or wvithiout and( hi dtes and1 paya
e hiighest mailrket prico. (Call and1(
t&f ti. SUMMlCit BItOS.
Buist's Prize Medal
lOc_papers for 5c.
Peas and Beans in i
ulk, and Red and
Vhite Onion Sets, for
ale cheap at '
ROBElRTSON & (JILDElt's
.Drug Store. TI
One of the oldest and A
est Guanos on the
-arket is the Navassa
rand, for sale by
:dw. R. Hipp, tf
~otton Seed Meal!1
hying. t-f tif Summer Brna.
.at,llur the 'eatchers' Ausoviation dik
t met. Fulb. 1111h. The prol"Irtiutm
r that iletinl ic Is continut41e to ilt
'xt tegulair Ilectin)'- f arch il 1i,. a
lit1h uime We hopw for. at fulli latend,
veI aInd in 111torest,bl.g t-c'sionl.
S. .1. Dl)tunicl'President.
If yout liver is mit of order, causing
Bililsounvss, "ick 1lei<aee, 1Heart
burn, or Conlstipatioii, take ia dose of
On retillig, anld totiorrow your di
gestivo orgals will he regulated and
y Ou will bm bright, active anld reads
for aNy kind of work. This hin
bween the experivinve of otherls; il
will he yours. I HlO)'S PILL"), art
sold by all Imedicinie dealers. 25 cts.
i0 PER CENT
es, that is wha1
nany lines of gc
AI wool Dress Goods v
Now going at
ame worth 65c.. now
ame worth 75c., now
ame worth 85c., now
ame worth $1.00 now
goods at half price.
n Capes and Jackets
more than half off.
lany other goods too
We are receiving new&
oods almost every
ay, and offer them at
.asonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass and
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
Stop Uit Hack !
Bifore it Ps too1 late. Th ime111( t<
eklO aL00( col ~is whe it is julst begin
nig. A biott le oIf Iloobertsoni't
bmtualil Co(Xughz 8y rup if Itaken ni
lo right t.imn wilI satve you it siove
iness,14 II givoes ~insta elje , if fron
it dIisaigroelo ll rawnt ess of cli
ront t hat, (0o1nes with ai cold
at is in TIo wayt unpia1niit to take
's p rico is (only3 2> corit it a bo1ttle
1( id ili is anfactuared anid soldI at,
1lOllCJTSON &\~ G I LI)ltit'S
It~ememb ler iwe ennu s-i tisfy all yon
her drung store wants.
otice to Towisip Assessors
comiissioneras wthio are bi virTu
their forna-I Illice, L.owiai'l >ihartd
a1sssors, t.hieir5 successors not. ''
,ving been:i appioied, are1 hireb
at.ilied ai r*eiquire<ld to iiie!. inT th
hle of t.he Audit.ot at, Nilwherry (1
olomhty bt.h i ariehb, I M!I', at. 10 o'cloel
'aoper.ty for' ,hieir i.-pecti ve towna.hip.
No. I- II. II. I'olk, (Gu. 11. Sununm~ii
No. 2 1II. 1". (Cannion, Thosl. W. Keitt
No. :t--J. MIonrloa WXicker, I). A
hh,ima, T hos. A\dhuins.
No. -I 8. I'. Mel( irakien, T. \V
bramis, WV I,. I1)uelmai..
Nas.1 'I. uii' ahws Wl.fr
No. 7 -\l. ll. I roni , (; I . I h
. . hsioo.
No. 8 lI. I. Icmniaiek, G o. WV
w itt.Pnu rgLIt4, I. II. I hiulwarei.t.
No;. 10 -T. .J. \Vilon, W. S. Seyht,,
. .', engtle.
&r-t. . Au.dWickr.
OLOR and flavor of fruits,
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.
GUR1AN KALI WORKS,
ga Nassau St., New York.
we are offering
- - - 25c.
going at - 32-c.
going at - 37 c.
going at - 42-c.
going at - 50.c
)f and all heavy woolen
we will give you a little
uMrnerous to mention.
give you good
----ENVOY AND FLEETWINC MODELSS.,
1899 PRICE $40
The '99 model far sur
passes any bicy cle ever
QUA LIT Y:
Better than ever !
STYLE and FINISH
Tr'1lllffl B1ll~ St Bioyolfs
BETTER than EVER!
Price: $40 to $75.
J. R. FAIR, Agt.
Newherry, 8. C
Guaranteed Analysis !
Best high grade stand
ard Fertilizer on the
A vaIilh!I l'hio. A ebi, S per e.
Po(tashI, - 2 p.er (cnt,
See guaranteed analy
sis on bags before buiy
EVANS & WIL.BVU
ROCK A ILL 1l(GG CO, o
Edw. R. Hipp. Agent,
iNewberry,. .. 0.n