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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat...................... . . ......... 6(@6 c.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
fla ............................ 10@12c.
Best Lard ............... ....... 7 @8c.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 50c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35c.
C orn ................................... - 5C.
M eal.....................,........... 60c.
IayI............. ................ 75e.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.00.
1st Patent Flour .................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour .................... $4.50.
Strait F r......................... $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour ........... $3. .00.
Sugar....................... ......... 61 Gio .
R iCO.................................... 61 84c.
Coffee ............................... 10( 20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sak... k1.00.
Bale Hulls, por cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, per lb ............. 15@20c.
fggs, per dozen .............. loc.
Chickens, each............... 121(@200.
Peas, per busll........... . '70c.
Corn, per bushel..................i65.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35@40c.
Sweot potatoe .............4050c.
Turkoys, per lb.............' 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ............ 60a 5C.
Mr. and Mirs. B. Lacklamp, Elston,
Mo., write: "'One Minute Cough Cure
saved the life of our little boy when
nearly dead with croup."1
Bobertson & Gilder.
Hoiie iad Lot For sa e.
IPor terms and part,iculars apply to
f&t tf Dr. James M. Kibler.
The Ladles Aid Society of the Pres
bytorlan church will g'vu a silver otrer
Ing at the residence of Mrs. J. W. M.
Simmons oii the evening of the 25th
instant, beginning at 8.80 o'clock. Sil
vor offering at the door. Refresh
You can't cure dyspepsia by dieting.
Mat good. wholesome food, and plenty
of it,-Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
food without aid from the stomach, and
is made to (xTRtni.
Robertson & Gilder.
Reatly for Distribution.
Tihe annual catalogue of Clenison
College is ready for distribution. A
copy will be sent to any address uooti
application to President, fartzog, ClIm
soil College, S. C. t&f 4t.
Fir at Maybinton.
Last Wednesday night about mid
night the bari of Mr. W. B. Oxnei at,
Maybito.o.t was discovered to be on fire.
The barn and stables, the stalls being
below, were all destroyed. In the barn
was a lot of fodder and straw. Mr.
Oxner suecaeded in getting out his
mules, but his horse was burned up in
the fire. The fire is said to have been
the work of an incendiary. The Gov
ernor will be asked to offer a reward
for the atrtest and conviction of the
11eWitt's Little Early Risers benefit
perinanently. They lend gentle assis
tance to nat,ure, causing no pains or
weakness, permanently curing consti
pation and liver ailments.
R.obertson & Gilder.
To Introduce WV. HI. Baird & Co,'s
Non-Alcoholic Flavoring Powdlers, I
will sell 25c. packages for 15 cents.
2t F. M. IiNDSAYr, Agent.
Mouldidga, Lumber, Laths and
Sh Inglcs. STrUA Wr itoS.
F. ri. LE~S~ii-:, M%anager. t&ftf
1Killed a Wild (oat.
Mr. Wim. M. D)orroh last Tuesdlay
killed a wild goat. The goat had been
seen at different times during the past
t,wo years about In the neighi-orhood,
andl on Tuesday he and a few of his
frIends took his dogs and went in search
of his goatship, and succeeded in find
ing and catching him. Trhey had a
fine dInner as a result.
An Exception to ths Rule.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you wvant it.
ST UA wtr BittoS.
E H. LI.sLIIl:, Manager'. tfttf
On Sunday afternoon .Jesse Edwards,
a young man, was after a biird with a
slingshot in the pines near the Southern
freIght depot when he stumbled up)on
a lot of new pants hidden In the st.raw.
He r'eported the matter to Policeman
Carter who wvent ovCr to the scene and
gat,bered In t,he goods. There were
several pairs of men's p)ants and one or
more boys' suit.s. The plolice authori
ties are working up, the case and we
hope will soon have the guilty parties
In their clutches. The marks on the
good1s show that they caime from Mim
Beware of Olutmenots for- Catairrh that
as mercury will sur'ely destroy the sense of
smell and completely derange the whole sys
tem whein ontering It. throu gih the mucous
surf.ace... Such arthcles shou d never be used
except, on prlescriptins from repuitable p)hy
siclans. as ther damage they will (10 Is ten
fold to the gooid you cani possIbly dlerive from
thom. Ilall's CJat rrhl Cure, manu facturedl by
1". J1. Cheoney & Co., T1oledo, 0., conttains no
mercury, and is taken Internally, acting dl.
reotly upon I lhe blond and mucous surfaces
of the system, in buyinig laut's Catarrh Cure
be surie you get, the geninl. It is taken in
tornallhy, and made in Toledo..Ohio, by F' .
Choney & Co TestimonIals free.
Role by Druggists, price 75e. per bottle.
Hall's FamIly l'llis are the best.
Beautiful Negligee Shirts, latest
styles at Wooten's
Dol1 ng a Good WVork.
Last Friiday and Saturday Magistr'ate
(Chappcll sentenced two negroes to the
county chain gang. Wade Mobley
went up thIrty days on a charge of lar
ceny, while George Boyd got thirty
days for breaking contract. Magis
trate Chappell has been in ollice live
months and during that timelt has given
the county 795 days wor'k by punishing
wrong-doors. From the reports thai,
come to us from different sections of the
count,y, SupervIsor H11ll is having some
good work done by the convicts.
VARIOUS AND ALL AOUT,
Next week will be court week.
Mr. George Wilson lost, a valuabl<
mul last week.
Miss Moses, of Sumter, is visiting gi
Watermelous are plentiful now an
aro cheap enough.
Miss Lilla Cromer is visiting friond
in Anderson County.
Mr. John W. Daniels left yesterday
for his home in Saluda.
Mr. T. C. Pool returned on Friday
last, from Glenn Springs.
Mrs. C. L. Bleaso went to Columbia
yesterday on a week's visit.
Miss Irvin Weber, of Washington,
is visiting at Mrs. Worber's.
Sou pension notico by M. A. Carlisle,
chairman County Pension Board.
Mr. J. Waits Thomas, of Columbia,
visited friends in the city last w-ek.
Miss Grace Jones, of Asheville, i6
visiting at Hon. George S. Mow 3r's.
M r. J..11. Ml. Kinard, of the Observer,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Augusta.
See notice of increase oj capital stock
of The Carolina Manufacturing Com
Miss Bessie Hatchett, of Spartan
burg, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. J.
Mr. Jas. A. Bowers is spending a few
days at hoime resting up from his duttes
M iss Ruby Daniels left yesterday to
make her home in Union wit,h her sis
ter, Mrs. 14. '. Williamson.
Many of our :3chool teachers are at
tending the meeting of the State Teach
ers Association at Harris Springs thie
The game of ball between Newberry
and Prosperit,y Friday afternoon re
sulted in a victory for the former in a
score of 27 to 21.
Miss Gertrude Simpson, who has
been visiting relatives in this city, has
returned to her home in Prosperity.
)r,. I. C. Jones was elected a mem
berx of the State Board Dental Bxamin
ers at the meeting of the State Dcn
tWl Association last week.
An account of the killing of Mr. W.
'at lowers, near Little Mountain, on
Saturday, is given by our' Wheeland
correspondent in another column.
Il'. Geo. W. BLIchaInan, of GeCCn
wood, accomipan ied by h is sister, NI s.
Dr. Werl, of itenno, vi'sited Mrs. Glenn
and friends in Newherry last WCACk.
Dr. W. F". 'elham has had an elee
tric fan placed over his handsome foun
tain. Wiile lie dispenses delicious
driaks lie fans and keeps his customers
Mr. lduard Scholtz will move his
family to the country this week, to
spend a couple of months. He will
move into a house neat Spearman's
Mr. Jacob M. Long, who has been
located in Anderson for the past few
years, after spending a few days with
r'elatives here, left on Monday for
Massachusetts to take a full course in
The Chx'ist.ian Union of Head Spring
Chur'ch wvill give an Ice cr'eamn festival
at the residence of Mr'. H. L. Par'r on
F'riday night July 21st fr'om 7 to 10
o'clock. The public is cordially invited
Sunday aftcx'xoon and Monday mor'n
ing the artesian water' pourcd fr'om thme
pipes like soda water'. Thle superin
tendent says it was caused fr'om alr
getting into the pipes from working
the force pump. Trhe watex' was al
A letter came to the Newberry post
oflice last week addrecsscd as follows:
"Post Master' fox'war'd This Letter to
---- --'s mnother'. I think She Lives
on the Widder- --'s place, Col
ored She Is, Newber'ry, S. C." We
have left the names blank.
TPhe following persons have been
selected as delegates to the Sunday
School Convenition, to repr)xesent L4uther
Chapel chur'ch, which meets at St.
Matthews in the county on the 20th
and 21st: M isses G ussicoKibe, Jessic
Summer and Mr'. JTno. C. Goggans.
Evcry sur'vivor' of the Confederate
army and navy is urgent,ly requested
to attend the township meetings fox
the pur'pose of selecting township pen
sion boards, notice of which will be
found elsew her'e. Thlxese mcetinxigs ar'e
in their interecst and they should
We have often heard of (deer huxnting
and Op)ossum hunting by torch light,
but a Newber'rianx has now come to the
fr'ont and frequjient,ly spends eveningi
hunting frogs by tdrdh light. He's an
up-to-dat,e citizen and his catches a'
timnes ar'e large. Who he is, you'll
have to guess.
Mr'. J1. Lawson Goggans, expres
agent between Jacksonville and Savan
nahi, is at home spending a week witi
his par'ents, Mr'. and Mrs. Jno. C. Gog
gans. Hie had thme misfortune to be ir
a raiilroad wreck a few clays ago it
which he received several br'uises
neither of which is serious. We con
gratulato him on his lucky escape.
Col. A. C. Jones, of Nowerrmy, was
on ouxr streets Satur'day. Mr'. JTones 1I
well known tht'oughout the State at
one of the main movers in the prohi
bition c'amplaign last year'. He says he
sees no r'eason why the p)rohibitiox
ticket should not win in the next elec
Lion. If thme party had many such en
thusiastie and bustling supporters a
Mr'. Jones, it would give some one a ho
VITIONS HPLD A 1"IF"SW.]
laybiuon Stlered Up t)ve* tihe ljeoeIt
Fire* In tbat Heation.
On June 30th tho store house of Sims
& Beaty at Maybinton was destroyed
by fire. supposed to be the work of an
incendiary, and again on the 12th the
barn of Mr. W. B. Oxner was burned
in the same neightorhood. The peo
ple wore very much aroused over these
constant fires, and on Saturday last
they held a meeting of the citizens of
that vicinity in order to see if some
thing could not be done. Mr. W. B.
Oxner was made chairman and Mr. J.
L. Epps secretary. The resolutions
hereto apponded were adopted and Mr.
Epps was appointed to take them to
Columbia and ask Gov. McSweeney to
offer a suitable reward. Something
will have to be done tn put a stop to
thele constant acts of incendiarism.
The following are the resolutions:
By the citizeus of Maybinton and vicin
ity in Mass meeting asbeinbled:
Resolved, That whereas the store
house of Sims & Beaty at Maybinton,
Nowberry County, S. C., with its con
tents, was burned on the nigat, of June
30th last, and the barn L-'longinj to
Mr. W. B. Oxner, one-fourth of a mile
from Maybinton, S. C., was burned on
the night of the 12th of the present
month, with fodder, hay, straw, wagon
and a valuable mare, and whereas it is
undoubtedly the work of an incendlary,
Gov. bleSwecuey be petitioned to offer
a suitable reward for the arrest of the
guilty person or persons tbat they may
be dealt with accord ing to law.
Resolved, That His Excellency be
requested t, offer a suitable reward in
A Frightrul Blunder.
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. 11uckleo's Arnica
S ive, the beit in the world, will kill
the pain an( promotly heal it. Cur(3
Old S>res, Fever S r, i, Ulcers, 1:>11P,
Felons, Cori, all Skin Eruptions.
11-t PIll cure on earth. Only '> c1q. a
box. Uire guaranteed. S)aid by all
The surviving o 6oldiers and sailors
who were in tile service of the Confed
erate States are hereby notified to meet
in Cerrspective towns161i1m V1n Sab,ur
day, the 29th day of July, A. 1). 1899,
at 10 o'clock a. im., for the purpose of
electing Towt.ship Exatmining Boards
The following are the places of meet
Township No. 1, Newberry C. H.
"' 2, M t. Bethel sch'lhouse.
"t "6 3, Maybinton.
" 4, Cromers.
" , Longshores.
10, Jolly Street.
" " 11, Wicker's camp gr'nd.
Township Boards will elect one of
their number chairman, who will meet
the other township chairmen in con
vention at the court house on Monday,
August 7th, for the purpose of organiz
ing the County Board.
Every survivor of the Confederate
army and navy should attend these
T1he present chaIrman of the T1own
ship Boards wvill please organize these
boards. M. A. CARL!sLE,
Chair-man County Pension Board.
J uly 15, 1899.'
IIarbecufli Barb sue! I
We, the undersigned, will fur-nish a
strictly fiIrst-elats, uip-to-date barbecue
at Wards wort,h schoolhouse, near- Gold
ville, on Thursday, July 27, 1899. lFif
teen carcasses wi llbe seved by expert
cooks. Music, dancing, speaking and
other~ entertainments and amusements
wilt be had. All sorts of r-efreshmnents
will be served. The p)ublic is cordially
invited, and wIll be given a royal good
t,ime. Remember- the date. Remem
ber the day and the place. Come one,
come all. HAIRSTON & MILLER,
A Streak of LucIk.
One day last, week Mr. Louis N. Rod
gers and his lit,tle son were drivirg
from Union to Newberry. About half
way there is a spring of water. Mr.
Rodgers got out to get a drink, he
pulled off his gloves and quenched his
t,hirst, got back in t,he buggy and drove
on, just before arriving at Newberry
he discovered that, ho had lost a valu
able gold ring. He remembered pull
ing off hIs glove at the sprIng. He
spent one day in Newberry and return
ing about ten o'clock at night he do
cided to get out at the- spriing and
look for the ring, having no idlea of
finding it, as a whole day had inter
venedl. He struck a match andi to his
great, delight found the ring lying ate
his feet. We congratulate him on his
luck in recovering the ring.-Union
A Thonusan,d Ton,gues
Could not express the rapture of An
nie E. 8prInger, of 1125~ Howard at.,
Philadelp Ida, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
suimption had completely cured her of
a hacking cough that for iuy years
had made life a burden. Aother
remedIes and d&,ctors could ,vlve her no
help, but s says of this Royal Cure
a "it sou remov. I the pain ia my
chest andc I can now sleep soundly,
something 1 can &came,ly. remen r
doing bfre. I feel lke sounding its
praises throughout the Uiverse." 80o
w ill every one who tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat Cheat, or Lungs. Price 50o. and
$1,00. Trial bottle free at all Drug
Stores; every bottle guaranteed.
A Wholeate House.
Dr. W.14. Pelham is now conducting
a wholesale as well as a retail drug
- business and has on the road two rep
resentatives in the persons of Messrs.
C. P. Pelham and Mose Huiet. They
- have been sending in ordeis right
- along and will make the wholesale
s feature a perfect success. D)r. Pelham
t. is up-to-date in all his ideas and knows
nothing but succens.
THE NICWHERiV 000 OASE.
Nutwithatndlug the Litigation In tme u-j
preno Court t,he Uase 11oba Up
I Agolu Is ab Hatuda Magle
Saludn. July 14.-The now famous
case of Langford, charged with steal
Ing a do.4, which went u) from Ncw
berry to the Supreme Court and called
forth a decision fiom J ustice Jones that
Is not tly a classic, but makes the
"6yallow 4og" a Subject of larceny,
turned up before Magistrate Mathis of
this place yesterday in the shape of
claim and delivery. The man from
whom it is climled I-angfor'd stole the
log gave bond sometime ago, and had
a Saluda magistrate to take lilim in pos
aession. Langford iiimediately gave
bond and replevited the propert-y. That,
Accounts for its being up in Salud:
All day yesterday was consumed in
the hearing of the case. About twen
Ly men, women and children were cx
mmined. The dog's pedigree Is noth
ing extra. le is a coninioll, long-ear
Ad hound. If he over trailed a fox,
reed a 'possum, vaugh arabbit or kill
Ad a sheep It was not brought out in the
testimony. lie is a very docile look
ing, unassuring (log with white sit, ,,
md appears to be little concerned as to
tlhe determinat,ion of the suit.
While the attorneys yesterday elted
law, quoted poetry, grew pathetic inl
theLir appeals and occasionally electri
lied the Court room with elo(llence,
'"1olly" lay (uietly In a corner, ap
parently "sm, ,Zing, save whenl he
wvould s11111) angrily ever and anon at, a
The argu .nts closed vt 8 o'clock last
lightand J,::;e Mathis after sleeping
>ver the case t -3 morn ijg dceded to
Tive the dog to hib Nuwberry owner,
nd that ir. Langford Iy the costs.
Not a single feature of poor Rtolly's
Ice changed while judgment was be
ng pronoucteod, nor could one tell
wvhether th . Judge's decision pleased
)r displeased him. -Special to News
Thomas Zhoads, Centerfield. .,
wvriucs: "I u1(1red from piles seven
)r eight years. No remedy gave me
'clief until DeWit,'s Witchl Hazel
3alve, less thani a box of which perla
ently ouredi me." Soot'-ing, healing,
p)erfectly harmless. B3eware of coun
Lerfeits. Hobertson & Gilder.
ilegant Tr,unks and Bags for Tourist
it low prices at. Wooten's.
(B. M. of Womaii's olclc, Richmolid, Va,)
Will OD6811 scho0o1 SO16mbor%81 111 1899,
Music Room in the central
part of the town.
Terms, $2.50 per 8 lessons.
Y. A. naiclus Dilos at ime Orady IunspitaI.
Mi r. J1. A. D)aniels, a jewelry mer'chant
f Newberry, S. C., died last night at
~he Grady HIospltil. Hie was brought
~o Atlant,a yesterday by his son, Drm. B.
~. Daniels, a surgeon on t,he Plant Sys
~em, stationed at Thomasville, to have
noperation p)erformed fort a compilica
~ion of bowel troubles. The operation
was an exceedingly dangerous one and
ac never rallied from the effects, but
rapidly began to sink and died about 12
His remains were sent to his home in
N'ewberry today at 12 o'clock, and will
oe interred there tomorrow.
Mr. Daniels was well known in this
alty, having visited here often. His
nephew, MrI . .J. W. Shields, lives .on
Hlunter' street. He was an old Confed
orate voteran and1( a member of the P'al
metto Sharpshooters, of South Care
lina. He had many friends in hIs na
Live State who wvill 1)e pained to learn'
of his death.-A tant,a Journal, 13th.
Newvberry Count,y Hunny-Sch,ooi Conv.-n
To be held . t, St. Matthew's church
on Thursday :.ued Friday, July 20 and 21z
FIR 11P'. Y, 10.30 A. M.
Welcome Address, by D)r. i'. 0.
Recsponse, bcy Pries. G. ii. Cronmer.
Normal LT~c non--taught by I rev. WA.
I. Hierbert-International 1Lesson for
Topic-Selool Management, by3 10. P'.
Cromner and WV. A. Counts.
Normal Lesson-t,aught.by Rev. A. ..
B3owers-International I .esson J1uly 2.'
Assignment of Delegates.
Devotional ICxercises, conducted bcy
R1ev. M. W. Rankin.
Reports from Schools.
State Work --I)scussed b)y D)r. W. B.
Pe.ihan and R1ev. W. I. Herbert.
Normal Lesson, taught ' y J10. B. Wil
bur2-Internationial Lessot, for .July 30
by Rev. A. G. Kirkpatrick and Rev.
W. HI. Arial.
Class Management-Opened by R1ev.
G. D). BIlackwell and M r. 0. 1H. Cannon.
By the Committee,
C. F! IToyl),a Secearys.
Struck a Poltar Cord.
OurI local last week on the horse hose
wagon struck a popular cord in the
breasts of some of our tax payers-thosc
who live oT sonmc distance froml the
public square-from whom we have
received many words commending iis
for tatkiig i) the question. We ale
only advocat;ng what we think Is
j'tstly duo all the eitizens. Newer.-y
has reached a point in ntimbers of pop
uilition, in enterprise antd pro'gi-ss tid
In wealth thlit, ner citizens" iare elntitled
to full fire protectic-n, and onle citze-n
Is entitled to as much proteetionl as
another. A horse and hose wIagon,
wit,h our' telephonloe .,wtem, ill comie
i Rt ' ear putti Rg all on Ian CaIuaL footinlg
1s is possible. Of course the electric
Mtri systom would be better, but, the
hose wagon and horse could be made to
tanswer for i while at least. Le,t us
hear fromi the eitizns on this quest.ion,
t.hey are all interested.
An Ex-Neweriani Uet a Lteutcnny.
As has b)een published in the papers,
ie assignment of olicial Iositions in
Lie proposed new army, 6ou-4t1th ('-ro
liia wits to receive one captaiiey and
TIhe appoiolt.viets are being ma111de aid
we seo from ie Columbia Iecord t hat.
t lieit,enatneyl has fallen to ai ex-New
)m-rian. The IRecord says:
"('apt.. Thomas MIoornat, of Com
tt ny I, , ceoIndi liimeit., is to r'ec i- .
L liteatenanaiWy. lie is i son of mr. T. S.
loorman, lib-raria of .lhte ulplremle
!otrt, who reecived it t.elegr"'taml) this
nornin'.- from Washingtjon, ainnioune-'
ng t hat Captait 'MooImlan had bteen de
ided onl fo'. one of the lieutenants
flaves. Ile is t-onsidered to be at liic
mOldier an1d wa, very Jpopular wit h his
nola in tlie regatnent. Ile is a young
Ilan, but well dosolrves the I il or.
A spevial 1-u11n on sh:oes is beinlg latadi i'
it ilimlalloh's. Hie is selling out
Aueap to muatke roon for Iis inunense
ew stok and rather than carry over
ie is giving his culstonmers the benefit.
-f a fi-st-Class Shoe It, cost aid less.
Whike in selectinlg your shoes ie will
have Iluinidreds of other bargtinls to
-how you that it will be to yot,r int.er
ist to investigatte before ntakiing your
purchilses. Ile is a wido twake tIer
haant and ha. tealized that, short profits
inid (ItiCic tMIUSa pay. When inl town
2a1ll at Iis sore. lie ('haujrges you noth
zig to look, and you amake no enemtMie-s
f you do not buy. IfI lita the goas
tild atsks it comparison of plices of the
;amle (1ualit.y of goods ulsowhere.
A Gonod Selctioto.
The followhig notice is taken from
Ale St.. George's, I)orelester Counlly,
1"orrespondent to the News and ('outiet
of the 14th, ist:
"Mar. H. H. DomiiAck, A. M., of New
Lrry i htis beut ciected principal of the
it. Geo-ge'S High School. Nliss 1,1ey
Minus first, assistant. No se,.-ond assis
,uant has yet been chosen."
Ve congt'atk)atItte the pieopVle of St.
;eorge's on the select,iot of Mr. I oii
iiek, wvho wvill suacceedi in buildinug uip
u Iiine school at, that plaice. lie is a
popualar' young geant,lemana, a gradutato
>f Newberrty College, and ta woirt.hy
sitizen of this counaty. We untderstaind
.htt M ri. Doamianiek will acce pt the piosi
uioni and aigaina r'epeat, that, the scho(ol
has been fort,untate.
I 'ecarl IHuzhiardt, the in fanit clild1( of
Mr.a' and Mrts. Anattie 13uzhtard t, diied tt
their home ini the county yester'day
mor'n inzg. Thze r'eains were bur'ied ait
3et h l'deni this maor'ni ng at, II ('clock.
MIr. II. K. T. lI nds (died ait Ihis home
ntar Shady Grtove, [tnur'enis Counit,y, oni
T1 hiirsdaty, I31,hh, aifter' a long andii patn
fual illniess, in the 70L,h year of hiis age.
H-e herec his triatl bravely anad gaive as
suarance of v'iet.or'y over the laist enteamy.
Heu had beent a consistent memcaiber 0o
Shaidy Gro'(ve, anzd wais elder' for' the
patst 4(0 year's. lie letaves a wife, seven
gr'ow n child1reni and(t a ia'ge conicourase
of frIinds and reltives t0 mourn'a t.heI r
loss. MIay ther I,ordI's richIest bIlessinzg
rest uplont tand abidiae with the b)eeaveCd
A $4. O(l iclE'1 Given1 A wny i)any.
Th'le pliIishi as of Tat a: N a-:w~ V Yisi
STr.A n, the h amnui,on,. sly illutst-ated SHun
day~ niewspapiiher, are giving ai II lut
i( I )i' Di( lY('a.f ach da oty for' t.he Ilaug
zust list, of words maide by us inig thie let.
t,er': conttainedl mi
tio) more timates in atntzy oneo wor'd thi~an it
is founid ini Thle New Y'ork Star'. Web,
steri's I )ictioarya' to lbe cotis idered its
tauthot'ity. Tw'~o( Goi> WV A'tu T a i:s (Iirast.
eltass timte-keeperis) will lie gi veni dauily
forn seconandtiaz t*ard best lists, antd maniy
ot.hera vatluabile t ewar'ds, intclud(intg I)iai
ni(ea Sets, Te'Oa Se ts, ChIt a, Steral in g SilI
ver'warie, etc., ' te., in oralera of mieri t.
Thais ednet,ionalemii conttest, is Ibeinzg g iveni
to aid vertise atnd initrodlnaea thiis success
fail weekly inito new hos tuand till
pl)tizes will be awardled prlomp Itly w ith.
out tplartt,ial it.y. TJwelvye 2 cceant st,ampiIs
anutst be i nclosedl for' t,h irteeni weeks tr'ial
subsciipt,iona wit.ht fult IIPitrt,iatlairs and
list, of ovear300 valuable r'eward'(s. Coni
test opens andt awairds commtatence Moan
daiy, .Jaaae 26ith, aund closes Monday, Aim
gast, 21st., 18199. Y'oumr list, cain r'each us
iany (lay bet,weent these dattes, and wvill
i'ceive tihe awvard to wvhichi It, miay lie
entLItlcd for that, day, aind your nalame
will be prtinted inm the following issue of
iat' Niew Yoig 'STan. O nlhy one list
carn be enttea'ed by the stane per'son.
Prizes are on exhibit,ion at Ta Ii: STu' a's
business olilces. I ersonis secuain g bi
eycles may havo choice of Ladies', Gen-ai
tlemnen'st or .Juveniles' 18139 model, color
or sIze decsir'ed. Call oi' addaress lIept.
"'lC," THisNitw Y'ouz STAr, i,236W.3:9t,h
Street, New Y'ork City. f&t 6t
Thier'e will lie a lirst, elass-batrbecaue
given att P rospeity ont Sturday, J1uly
22nd. Coame one, coame till. No palins
will be spaared to make the p)ubllic spend
the day pleasanztly. l'Cvoryl: dy come
anid enjoy themselves.
t. 3t. W. J. MJ,rAS.
Stop the Filea.
Use our Screen Doors and Windows.
I,'. U1. LECSLIN., Afnatger,. t&ftf
The trustees of the IHelena schools
(Distriet No. 28,) will inet at school
house, August 15th, to elect teachers
for whil, id colored schools. Appll
L'atlits vatl Ie 'it t.o vither of the III)
Liersigild. Please stath. salary walit.ed.
I alhY I). Slicx' i,i.:Y.
Id. .1. T. l):NN IS.
The atrois of Triwood school,
I)ist.rit, No. .17.) will hold a nieetin
III Pridity afterf Oin at, ;') o'clock, Au.
rust II th, for t he purpose of electinlg a
eachr for tho public teri. The sal
t-y is *25 per niiont,h for firkt grado
Achet'. Hourd vai bo had at $8 perl
ionth, and probably cheaper. A ppli
!tions eln be, hanided to any of hhe
Ider"ined ti'ustees by that date.
I). W. IIAItI, Nowherry. S. C.
.1. W . PI 1'iN , .
d. J. It. I%4 -: N, Ileleiat,
There will be a inecting at, -inlyrnat
ehoolhouso on Satu rdaiy. July 29th,
or the 1ur1pose of elevtintg a teacheli
or. 1hie next session. Salary $25 per
nioit h. A pplivnt ions Iust, be handed
ho 111idersitgned Iw-fore t hat datte.
1*. K..: .
Th piattrons of (;11rmntily school,
DistriUet No. 27) avo reluest el to uect
a the said school house on Salt1urday,
I uly t he :2nd. 1899, at. 9 a. inl.. for thw
)III-osI)SO Of VIVetiIg I teac'r for the
iext, school term. All applicitts must,
iTild in their applivat.iis by the ial o%v
iamed dtte, to vit ver one of the I rus
ees. 'T. K. I,i.Tzsi:v,
.Ii)lIN (. AD.\S,
( I). Ir'Z moA l" T
TI' fIt, tustees.
- - AT - -
It, 'der to com. out. my stovIk at, re
ail, I lind it iicce ssty to old inew
roods, of Iti'tiVIes we htve out.. itId
have just opened ive ease; of Iry
Pin~Ilts8, Sh eet ings
1-n.1it of dll Loomn '11d
NI doseo. gil (Itlach ,E -
Sroid erI.ies, L I d ies' Undr
ve.,4s, LIni.' Bal
shilti, aln< Notions.
uld 300 dozen11 Spools of Cot.es Cotton
Ill at WholVsale0 'IC0s.
Come and See us often.
A C JONES,
New erry S.C., ,iuly -I, 18991.
madugainlst..l*. .es N. Matini,
IOe('asedtI, or his estate, atre he reby
woti Iied to prei'sent, t,h sIam ie (on oath t,o
,hc undeirsigiied, his ahdmiinist.rtor, t,
Necwhierry, S. (C., atnd all personis ini
lebt,edIi to it idi ( deceaisedh ait nOot.i Iied
,o) malke paymit,Vl.' to thie unditersignmed
l"(STl'it N. MIA lITIN.
A dministrator of t,he kstatte of .1. N.
Notice of' Final Settle
ment and Discharge.
k. thatt I will niiake it linai set tih
nient 'ii thei <tate of Jiacobl ( lhianid,
lec;ased, onl Wednesda(liy, (lie :ind (lay
.he foreno (in(ti the I' robt) Courtiiii fior
N"ewbe(-lrry Couniity, S. C., 11 and wil ini
ii liately thiiaft Ur applyv for hete rs
Disini aot'y as A dinist rat or of smdit es.
ate. A ll personsx hi av a ig elalims agatinlst
leid (15 .stt 0wll irendIer lii tte aile
atily attes edl; andsi thi< a' itdebted to
bei satid is. .tie will pauy thie saiiie oni or
Ju tly 'hi; 1599h.
Special Prices in
We solicit the( padtronage( of
all, and will doC ouir uitmoist to
Notify uts if you wish wag
ons to stop) at your' (1oor.
S. B. JONES
There are Schemes
to get your money, but
listen to our scheme,
We protect you by hav
ing our goods marked
in plain figures, then
you know that you get
goods as cheap as the
other person, no pri
vate marks to keep you
guessing whether you
paid too much for your
purchase. You pay for
schemes, as everything
cost something and
somebody has to pay
for them. Try our plan
see our prices, pay
cash, save money, on
what you buy, that's
our premium we offer
you, we protect you,
we are talking
Our businloss deollds not uiponl
filso Sclomes, 1ior s8nsor0, nor
ellmaevs, n1either upon hard timewm
nor good iimos, upni friendb nor
0n0mies, religion nor politicos, but
u1ponl getting rightly at the busiless4,
u1ponl tho baIs of Inerit, tho host
vatios ihat. mllonley will comn1ld Why
do So ma1111Ny peoplo go to tho Rackot
Sto-ro to biy, they kniowi a ScIhomo
I iemsolves, they a1re Haying miLO1oy
on thoro purchase, that's their )rOTmI
ilin. Vall inl lino, you will bo pro
The New York
Has Come at Last,
And Now is Your Time
To Buy Something to
Keep You Cool.
I wish to callI sIpecial at tontion to
thle following Jlnes
ii baro you'l find11 a b)ig line of
and al nl kinds of whito goodls.
Dr ess pat(nu readlI f'ICIy to mahke) upJ,
wvithI t rinuinigs, et. , to maitch.
l'i an of alil kUiils, C'orsets, light
w~eight Undterves'ts, I lioin, LaJces,
Ed( ginrgs, etc.
Oxford IIi's I inl abundanie, all sizes,
colorIhs andit prices. Ini fact every
thilng tihat, goes to) mauiko upj a tirst
class5 hiadies' depatmenuoit.
If you wvil as8k to see hot weatheir
gCods9 you will beS shhownh an0 immenso18
Ii no bought1 especially) for lIho hot
Sergo CoaIts and11 Vtst in Saiquo
andi Itoind Cut, Alpaca and1( Mohiair
Coants anid Vsts- in black and colors.
Wh'ite Duc1k Patst, Fancy Vesats,
St raw, Craslh, Crushed, Still' and(
Alpinmo IHats ini feather wveight.
V 31~ici i Soes, lalckc and tatn,
both ini Shoes aund )xford(s; Nogligoc
Shirts in profumsioni, all COlors, plamir
and fancy. Iil)la Oplcd a special
line of Neglhgoe Shirts on counters
to hI closod50 at cost.
All kinds of light weight Under.
wear, Hlf (Hose, (,te.
H avo just4 opened 1a big line of
wasthablo ties from l5c. per doz. up.
You will find( e~rythiing at Rook
Bottom Prices. Como in and give
us a look. Yours respoctfully,
II. A. RElYWICK.