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NE WlEItY MARKET.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer B3ros.
M eat. ............................. t/ i 3c.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
Bost Lard ............... ........... ';j(u81c.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 500.
Good Molasses ..................... 25 35c.
Corn ................................... (i0c.
M eal ................................. 550.
11ty... .......... ................ 75 .
W hert Brait........................ $1.00.
1st Patent Flou u.................. $4.75.
-2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour ........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour ...........$3.00(<3.50.
sugar .................,..... .......... t(a)Gic.
Rico .................................... 6t(!8ic.
Co1Tee ................................. 10 ar)15c.
Cotton seed meal, per suck... $1.00.
Balo Hulls, per ewt,.............. 30e.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15(20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 124c.
Ch ickens, each.................... 12J(a)20e.
Peas, p)r bushel.................. (60c.
Corn, per bushel .................. 5e.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35(i10c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 40("50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6(u 8c.
Fodder, per ewt .................. 60(a7)5c.
(Corrected Semi-Weekly by J. W. Gary & Co.)
Good Mdiddling........................... 7-30
Low Grades ............................ 0
Dr. W. Wixon, Italy 11111, N. Y., says,
"I heartily recommend One Minute
Cough Cure. It gave my wife ininiedi
ate relief in suffocating asthma." Pleas
ant to take. Never fails to quickly
eure all coughs, colds, throat andi tung
troubles. Robertson & Gilder
Those having carpenter work should
consult me. Will work h3 contract or
day. All work guaranteed.
CIIAS. C. HUNNICUTT,
lt. Newberry, N. C.
One first-class milch cow. ('all at
The Herald and News oflice.
licyclem for Salr.
One first-class Rambler, 't99 model,
and one good Hartford, '97 model, for
sale cheap for cash. For particullars
call at this oflice. 2t.
Stop at Win. Johnson's and see a
curiosity. It is a sweet potato in the
shape of an adder. It was grown by
Mr. Charlton CroIer and is a curiosity.
Go and see it.
"I wouldn't be without Do Witt's
Hazel Salve for any consideration,"
writes Thos. 13. Rbodes, Centerliield,
0. Infallible for piles, euts, burns and
skin diseases. Bewarc of counterfeits.
Robertson & Gilder.
The "Bostonian" beats them all. For
sale here. S. J. Wooten.
From 50 cents upward, at Scholtz' Jew
clry Store. 3t
Wautteci at Once.
Five hundred hands to work on rail
road. Wages: 90 cents and board per1
day. J. HI. Wicker.
iIru Near Maybiniton.
On Thursday night of last wveek
there was a small fir'e in No. 3~ towvn
ship which resulted in a consider'able
losa to Mr'. 14. I. Feagie. A small out
house was burned which contained
three bales of cotton and the seed froem
the three bales. The cause of the fire
as far as we could learn was unknown.
Dr. H. HI. IHaden, Summit, Alabama,
says, "I think Kodol D)yspepsia Cure is
a splehdid miedicine. I prescribe 1I,
and my confidence in it, grows with
continued use." It digests what you
eat and quickly cures dyspopsia and In-.
dIgestion. Robertson & Gilder'.
Patterns are sold strictly for cash,
and1 aire not exchangeable.
tf. S. J. Wooten.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUART BROS.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager'. t&ftf
Plantation in high state cultIvat,ion
on good terms. Good six room d well
ing, tenant houses, good stables, barn
and gin house, good water, good orch
ard--churches and school convenient.
Apply to M. M. BUFonnU,
Newberry, S. C.
Nov. 3, 1899. tf.
Someone entered Ch as. Beecheris bar'
ber shop Sunday night and stole from
Lthe show case $10 in cash and tore uip
things considerably in the shop. The
chairs were taken to pieces, the razors
and mugs hid in trash barrels etc. The
pollce were put on to the racket Mon
<day moi'ning and will look up the
19fetrator. Whoever It was entered
~cetion to the Ruil..
A shop where g'01i-can get what you
want and when you want it.
N. H1. LESLIE, Manager'. t&ftf
Miss Bessie Riser's
collection of Millinery is
her personal selection,
and embraces the very
latest styles, shapes
and colorings. Ex
treme moderation of
prices is a pleasant
feature of her line.
VARIOUS AND ALL AIOUT.
This is fair week.
There was a large crowd in town yes
The city electiou is only about live
We have had three heavy frosts in
The civil court adjourned Saturday
for a recess.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wells and little
one, of Greenwood, are visiting rela
tives in the city.
Mrs. P'. J. Voss was last week called
to the bedside of her mother at her
home in Georgia.
'T'he Newberry Roller M Ills have an
exhibit of their flour at the Fair. The
mill will be closed till Friday.
Mhr. E. H. Aull went to Columbia
yesterday. She will be the guest of
Governor and MIrs. McSwecny.
Mis. Eduard Scholtz left on Sunday
for Now York. She was called there
on account of the illness of her mother.
Mr. James McCaughrin, of New
berry, will visit his friend, Mr. Joseph
Moorman, during our festa-The
Extra trains, good schedules and
cheap rates on both roads to Columbia
for the State fair this week. The
crowd from Newberry will be large.
Mr. Geo. W. Dominick brought a
sample of sugar cane raised by him to
this oflic yesterday. le made 906 gal
lons of molasses and banked 1200 stalks
from one-half acre.
Tuesday, too, is the evening fixed
upon by the Misses O'Newle for an At
Home to their visiting quartette, the
Misses Welch, Pennington, Boykin and
Neville Pope.-The State.
The town tax books will close on the
20th instant. We were mistaken in
our last paper in saying the 27th. Re
member that all taxes mu-t be paid by
the 20th, or the penaIly will be added.
On Friday or S %turdlay last a bunch
of keys was lust sonuwhare around
town. The bunch rontaiued eight or
nine keys of difgerent sizes. Finder
will be rewarded if he will leave keys
at this ollice.
W. D. Hardy, Master, has moved his
oflice into the ofilce next, to the Nation
al Bank building. He has i much more
comfortable place for an oflice now and
is more convenient,ly located for busi
ness with the public.
We started out to publish the dis
pensary revelations by Ouzts, Hazel
den, et al., but they come so thick and
fast that we find ourselves in the pre
dicament of the once prominent politi
clan in Georgia-we don't know ex
actly "where we are at."
Mr. W. Boyd Evans has received a
letter from the auditor of the war de
partnent In Washingtion in regard to
the men's month's extra pay for ser
vice in the late war, in which it is
stated that it will be impossible to
reach their claims for at least six
There is more Catarrl in this section of the
coun3ry thani all other dliseases pult togetiaoer
and until the last few years was supposed t
be incurable. For a groat inany years doctor
pronounned it a local disease, and prescribed
local remedies, and by constantly falling to
cure with local treat ment, prononced It in
calrab)le. Science hais proven eatarrh to be a
constitutional disecase, and therefore requires
constItutional treatment, flail's Catai rh
Cure. manufac~tured by iF. .J. Cheniey & Co.,
Tolceo, Ohio, is the o .ly consiituttonal cure
on the mar'kei.. It is triken interna ly in dos-a
from 10 d'ops to a teaspoonful. it acts direct
ly ou the b ond anud mucous surfaces of tho
system. They of'er one hlundredl dollars for
aniy cats, It faits to eure. Send for clrculars
and testimonials. Ad dreqs,
i'. J CH10NiY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by dri nglais. price 75c.
IailPs FamhlIy Pills are the best.'
A Needed JImprovemeot.
We hear that D)r. Hunter, of Pr'os
peiity, is cont(emplating tear'ing away
the 01(d White house and hrick house
on the corner of H1arringtog and Col
loge streets and building some small
cottages or store houses on the lot.
This would be a great improvcmnent and
we hope Dr. Hunter will car'ry out the
plan, wvhich will greatly improve this
part of the city anid make the property
much more valuable.
High Grade and Standard
FertLilizer's. Also Acid Phos
phlate for small grai n1, at New
berr'y Oil Mill, by
4t L. W. FLOYD, Pres.
Thne 8outhiern's SpecIals.
The Sout.her'n rnilroad company will
run special traIns over its lines ente
ing Columbia for the occasion of the
State Falir, on Wednesday and Thurs
day, November the 8th and 9th. The
following schedule and rates will be ob
ser'ved on and by the special train.
Leave Anderson 5.30 a. m. ..$3.20
" Chappells 8.02 " ...2.00
" Old Trown 8.12 " ...1.80
4 Silver St,roet8.21 " ...1.80
" Helena 8.32 " ....1.60
" Newberry 8.37 " ... 1.60
" Prosperity 8.47 " ....1 40
" Pomnaria 9.05 " ....1.40
The above iates include one admis
sion to the Fair grounds.
The following Is the programme for
the next teacher's' meeting to be hold
November 11th in the graded school
How best to classify an ungraded
school-Mr. J. B. Wheeler, Miss Minnie
The r'eading lesson-Miss Rachei Mc
Master, Mr. H. P. Johnson.
Address-Mr. F. W. Higgins.
Lilla K. Johnstone,
Ber, the Ih dYou have Alwa sBought
A lort Crowd In 'ow e.-'Ih: Salrn 1 1and by
There was it large crowd in towi yes
terday and cverything had a lively ap
pearance. Everybody seemed in a good
humor and while the dispensary did a
good business, all seemed to keep pretty
'1'he Master made the following
Nichols vs. Nichols: Tract, No. I
166 acres to Mrs. M. L. Nichols for $1,
410: tract No. 2-107 acres to .1. M.
Nichols for $625; tract No. 3--1:8 acres
to N. E. Taylor for $1,020: tract No. 1
77 acres to J. S. Nichols for $405; the
Luke Nichols place-99 acres to G. C.
Counts for $925.
Glenn vs. Glenn-11:3 acres to I'osey
Glenn for $310.
Burton vs. Cleland, withdrawn.
Renwick, extor., vs. Scott Glenn
1911 acres to T. C. Pool for $2,200.
Evans & Wilbur vs. Cecelia Sims
interest of Cecelia Sims in 525 acres to
Evans & Wilbur for $50.
Steekman vs. Derrick-72 acres to
J. W. and J. E. Long for $525.
Blest line of Hlosiery in Newberry at
tf. A. C. Jones'.
A good lot of Toilet 5oap at
tf. A. C. Jones'.
Comonnu Pleax Court.
The Common Pleas Court took a re
cess for a few days on Saturday in or
der to allow the Judge to prepare some
orders. The juries were dismissed on
Friday. The only cases disposed of by
the jury besides what was mentioned in
our last paper was the case of .Tas. F.
Todd vs. Southern liail way-com
plaint, disissed. Geo. W. Summer
and Z. F. Wright, vs. Clarence Mat
thews and E. P. Matthews-$215 for
Three thousand dollars New Dry
Goods, Notions and Shoes just received
at A. C. .Jones'.
13o3s' extra heavy black Hose 7c to
10c, 15e to 25c at A. C. Jones'.
rio is an Oldi Newb orrin.
Judge J. M. Crosson, of Ballinger,
the venerable father of Mrs. C. L. Mc
cartney, has been in the city this week
and favored the News with a pleasant
call Tuesday. Though his head is
whitened by the snowsof many winters,
the Judge is as cheerful as a cricket on
the hearth, and is remarkably active
and vigorous. He grows old grace
fully and the News hopes the "sere and
yellow leaf" of his usefu life may be as
calm and peaceful as the moonlight,
on the meadow.-Brownwood, (1-exas)
Go to A. C. Jones' for good winter Un
Hamilton, Brown & Co. $2.50 Shoes,
best on earth for the money, at
tf. A. C. Jones',
A W.hooting Scr ape.
Saturday night Mr. B. H1. Rawvlison
shot a negro, Ab alias Albert, Mingo, Onl
the railroad between Newberry and
Helena-this side of Ciline's shop 0on
the Southern Road, Mr. Clint Sum
mers was with Mr. Rawllson and it is
claimed that the shoot,iid was clone in
self defense. The ball entered and
wvent, through One thigh and into the
other and another struck the negro in
the hand. The negro was not seriously
hurt. B3oth sides tell different tales
and wec will let facts come out else
A spilendid lot of Children's New
Shoes just receivedl at,
tf. A. C. Jones'.
The best Suspenders in town at
tf. A. C. Jones'.
lates to ti.e State Fair.
For the occasion of the State Fair at
Columbia, S. C., November 6th, to 10th,
the Columbia, Newberry and Laurens
Railroad Company will sell excursion
rate tickets at the rates mentioned be
low for the round trip), including one
admission to the Fair Grounds:
Class A. Class 1B
Little Mountain...$1.15 $1.50
Prosperity............ 1.40 1.75
New berry............1 60 2.00)
Clinton................ 2.00 2.75
Class A-Tickets to be sold Nov. 7th,
8t,h and 9th, limited to 11th.
Class B---Tickets to be 801(1 Nov. 4th
to 10th inclusive, limited to 13th.
25 Cases New Shoes just received at
ts* A. C. Jones.
An elegant line of Men's Gloves at
25, 5i0, 75 and $1 at A. C. Jones'.
The obrysanth,emumn Show.
The chrysant,hemum show given by
the ladies of the Presbyterian church
last Friday was a success in every de
tail. They realized about, $50.
The prizes were awarded to the fol
For best design---Mr's S. P., Boozer.
For best single specimen-Mrs. T1. J.
For best collection--Mrs. T. .J. Mc
For best pot plant-Mrs. Alan John
For Infants and Ohildren,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Mlen's and Hoy's (othinyg and Shoes in
Nearly lifty yeal:s of exp.ri'ie' I'(raewa
gtioti on A ptit 15 last, fully tit) da
atbove goods now at 7 ii. n the dc
go,ods at, less t han othierS hlatl to p:l
to save inoney tradeu% at the One-I'1
$1.25 and the same goods to anoth
d to p dow n 25e. at, eaci offe r nut
st're -all custolers buy at the si
I adics should see our Bilack Goress God
('asllmltes, I felnrietta', I-t'tkan'
liltemeber it, i a pleasure and not
.- taerI'y euttiler trading Wit
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
AL. TIIE NEWS OF A l.1V1 AN1) 'KO.
<i sm%V1; TroWN.
Ir. J. 1). Cannon has gone to C'olultl
bia to spend the week.
Unclo Johnnie HIe lenbaugh , of Salu
da county, spent 'u'sday in town,%'ith
friends and relatives.
1)r. A. 14. Langford hats returned fron
Bamberg where he spent a month with
his d aug hLtr, Xirs. Saiiic Qu attl ehaumi.
While there the Doctor had a severe
attack of erysipelas. lie reports busi
iiess line in that, section. Bamberg
county ha 1S a goo:l cotton er-op and
present prices wit.h a ,rood crop will
Imlake busii'ss good
Mr. Sam Wheeler, of the Wheeler,
Hlendersonvilie, N. (,.. spent a few days
at home last week.
Rev. E'. I'. 1le(lintock, ). I)., was in
Miessrs. John Watt , and Gary Kirk
patrick came dowii Saturday from )uc
West. to sce their father, lev. Kirk
patrick, who hats been sruriously sick
for the past few days.
Capt. .1. C. 11. l:ouch, of Saluda, spent
Saturday in town.
i\r. .1. d1. iHunter, as dleio:-:te fr'om
the Prosperity A. It. 1'. e:urich, will
leave next \Vednesday to attend the
Associate leformlled I'resbyterian Syn
od wIich convenes in Charlotte.
tir. S. S. 1iuge accompanied by Nas
ter Walter Wise Spent, MonId'a in
Colulbia with his sister, i's. A. I.
Mr. John S. I3arre left Monday for
.1ohuston where he will spend the win
ter in the interest, of the Prosperity
It "as not the inteution of your cot
rer.ponldent to say Prof. Set zler "did
not want" to arralnge the programme
for the (eniral Luther League, but we
intended saying probably Prof. Setzler
did not know it. was his dut.y as vice
president to do so.
Mr. Lumus 1lalock bought about
twelve thousand bushels of seed while
in town last week instead of "twelve
Caleb Hair and Jim Dawkins, both
colored, became involved in a dilliculty
Saturday night at a dance on Capt..
.John llunter's plantation, which teri'n
nted iui Caleb Halir receiving Ia blow
on the head wit,h a club, 'endering hinm
unconscious. Drs. Wheeler and Hun
tel' were' called to at.tentd hi an Ild say
his condition is very cri tical.
Don't forget, the business mneeting of
G race Lut,ber' League niex t, Friday
SheriffTlBuford came down last night
and arrested Tom D)eWalt, I'1lisha D)aw
kinus, Will is lloo'zer, Leafer Sheely and
Julius Davis, all colored. Caleb [fair's
condlition being so serious tihe ollicers
of the law thought best to larrest all
parties imphieated. Jim D)awkins, who
it is supJposed struck the blow, was
not ar:ested as he could not b)e found.
Six thlousanld d1ollars~ of Dr1 y Goods,
Notions and Shoes to he closetd onut by
January 1st. A. C. JIones.
A Iily Pnlimr for Gauffacy.
On account, of the State Baptist Con
vention wvhich mecet,s at the Cntcrpris
ing city of Giall'ney Oin the 20th inst.,
Manager Ed. HI. DcCamnp has1 determ-*
ined to issue a daily edition of the Led
gcr during tile convention. These dai
ly editions wvill contain a completo
stcnogr'aphiceal resume of tile preceding
days doings in the convention, sketches
of prominent workers in the Baptist,
Church of South Carolina, pen draw
i ngs aind penl picturo's of llapt,ist church
bu Ildi ng.s andO IHaptist institut,ions, as
well as aL complett resume of mission
ary and educational wvork being donc) by
the Baptists of this State, to say noth
ing of the local and State aLnd natiional
news that wvill be published. Manager
D)eCamp haus.had conI'ider'able experi
ence In the danily newspaper field and is
as wvell qualified to get out a daily as
he is a weekly, and those who wiill take
tihe daily edition of the Ledger' for this
one week may rest assured t,hat, they
will get, full value for their money.
The price for the wce.k wili be only 15c.
and every Baptist in the State should
have his or' hecr namo enrolled for the
week's output. Send silver or twvo
cent stamps to the Ledger, Gaffney, S. C.
JOE' WIiE1CELER UO)MING HACK.
WVill ho In lia liace In Congress for thec Next
sp)ecIal from Nashville say3s: '"Judge W.
J. Hood, of lirence, Ala., has a letter'
from General Wheeler saying he wlli
resume Is seat in Congr'ess when that
body meets. Hie does not say when hie
will ret,urn from the Phlillppines.
High Grade Guano at
Edw- R. Hinn's. f&t tf
I'S T CAS STO qC -." II
ill the late t, t.yles. Jeans, I"lannels, I)
s, St ock tings, t;loves, . 'or 't s. Shirlt,
rned is Ilt, al tdvant'e ill t,rit't's wais
S b),fore Lt,h rgoodsl wert' unllt'. W\e ar'e.
liar of wh,L the same ,roods woubl co:
y for them th:t, have recent;y ha u:ht. t
ico Store, wIere there is no .le"ving, eo
'1' (!custiiter at 1.50. We will not atk 1
1 we enme down to E1.5 a ius others do.
s, the Silk lohair ('r,pons. Ih-illianli-i
,t sntitin- and I.:i:",t \'. ;v, ar' i
a labror lt .how. roods. A\ 1.ule w.t nu' c
its will re ('cive a nicO present -F.
Anl 1-:nj,ty1 >lo O Hoonn.
)n last. l.'riday evening the 1T(ei1t0
( ,rade of Newberry Graded Schoo
gave a party at. the residencc of Mr.
C. I. Summer.
The crowd assembled was one of thi
jolliest and most pleasa:nalt we have evet
had the jIleasure of being with, aid
the evenlinlt was spent In linany inter
est i ug gaes.
A gllessitng contest was first on the
pro"!ranume and the two priz's we
award. l by .lIesrs. (G. A. Ilope and
P"red. W. I' odleton, as follow.:
l"irst prize for being the most, sne.
eessful in the contest to M r. Fred W,
'-eond priz, 'or being I he least site
ecssful, to Miss Biernice Snith.
A fter the contest was decided re
fr'eshmtenlts were served, and tile wreitet
will say that It( his not, during his
pa t attendance to parties, been seited
to a! ie del ightful table than t,he one
he hadl tie pleasure of sharinlg on this
A fler suipper ihe crowd Irepl)ar"ed for
a cake-waik, which was very amusing
and sceeed to be enjoyed by all who
were in it., and e-pecially by those who
had never seen or been inl a cake-walk.
The young holies in tile Tenth Gade
deserve munlnch credit for givintg such t
pleasant, party, and tle writer will ex
press thanks for those who are not 1)n
pils of the G raded School for their in
vitations. * cC.xsio\AI.
The (:hristian Tempem rance worker.,;
of Sotnh Carolina, will hold their an
tutal meeting in Columbia, beginnin.;
on Thursday night, and csimng on Fri
day iiight. Business meeting i riday
morning and afternoon. An interest
ing pIrogratm is exlectted. "peeches by
pronlinent temllrtance advocates and
ministers of diterent, denominations,
All who are int,'rtsted in the cause of
tciIeranee anu the b,tterment and
uplift.ing of ml tn.nnity and syt1 pathbise
in this noh!e work of trying to save
from the evil of drinIk our loved ones
are cordially invited to attend. The
mectings on Tiursday night and on
"riday will be held in the Sunday
school ci:apel of Washington street
chlrch, and on Friday utight at tl.s
Tatbernacle, coiner of Assembly3 and
Xix Prlsoners Itaiggol.
Slheri ff [Inford received at telephount
message Sunday n ighit about dark Ia
come to Prosperity as the negroes wert
hiavi ng a small riot among then:selvYes
below there on Saluda Iti ver. Thic
Sheriftf left immned iately for I 'rospuiit3
and wit hi the aid of Messrs. 11. IH. Ilanir
and Gus lilcase went to near McNecry'i
ferry aLnd rrested 'Tom IDeWalt, 101!
Dav~'is, andf Leathi Sheely. Jim D)aw.
kins, the inug leader, imadue hiis escape.
Thbe negroes hiad hiad aL hot, supper)01 andI
got inito a diiulty .3 and are charged
wi t,h hing h i eaten Wm. IIlairi, colored,
inito insensibility. It is thought I fai
will not recover
Te Sheri 1f roile all niigh t and hadu
his prisoners in jail by 9) o'clock Mon
I iems froim I.ong Lane.
Mr . "uen'" WVilson 1and( wife and Mis5
Miagg ie Haker' sl>'nt t.he diry at Mir. J,
A. lU ii'd's recently3. We umnd erstand
t.hat. MrIin. Wilson will returen to thec
ne iglihbrood next year and live at, thec
MIr. Jim Alewine was at Mr'. WV. F.
Pr'ownM last Sab bat,h.
Mr. lI chiard( Cald well aLnd NIiss AIla
mile CJaldwell visited at Nil. .1. W. Cld
wvell's the other' day.
Mrt. and Mrs. .I . I. Coliel d have beemn
at Mr i. S. A. JTeter's for s'eveiral days.
Wec have had sevei al (lrear'y, dismal
Oays, the wind blewver severe51'i' here
Itumnor says t,bat, Mr. D)rayton ltamnn
age has bought what is k nown 1as thc
C.,abaniss place and wvill move there.
We are glad Lto see the ne i ghb lorh ood
fill inrg up) with pioguestivye whiiite imen.
If every whit,e man1. coubil own iris owni
little home, we tbhisk the couniti'y wouhld
be g ratly Iimplroved.
Mrs. Carrie St,one and adlopted dlaugh.
ter are visiting their reclativyes In our
TPhe rehool unrder L,he aulspices 1
Miiss . Jauie K(ilgore, aL very3 estimnal
y'oung L tdy, has been In tisssi iaboui
two weeks. AlIi the pupils are fall irn
In line. Wec wIsh for the new teaceher,
the prenits itnd the child irn, a pleas
ant and suiccessfuil ycai'. If cech o1
these three will do hiis or her (dut-y al
will be well.
Th4e serivics incidenlt to the com
mnunion were heldi at Ki(ng's Creek lasi
Fu iday, Saturday and Sitbbath. Tihc(
meet,ing wals well attended arid much
enjoyed. Mir. Lindsairy gave us~ some
very fine aerirons. Manny visitors at
tendedC( on Sabbat.h.
Nov. 1, 1R1tn
E H AS $1000
ire di'ootts, '' A
II iig , I' cc :n hr i
i t'tit;iee , ;tn ti w, ceai[.t f '
Ilterlefort, i'I a 1'(sit iont to olfer t.he' ahe \
t 1,layt", altel wo van tell olull tiht' ahm
tier liisue i in N,'w Y'ork: so if Vont wt
ielling to one cu:tonc- at $1.0, anoth(
i.o fo' it oty's stit, oft clothe's a t the '
W e will not. allow ita s ii ;l +;an1r' in t
'. icilian l Iocnlays, li( e1t .;, Ait l:a'a
hie ht.e 'rttoilittit of I'orei'n looi .
r dleViate from is ))olito' attent ionl to all,:
t t'IItIe IX .Uill re N e'e.
New:, is rral scar.'e.
Hlealth of ("nl unity is lirt-e lass it
the t irnc of y"et-.
t ur farltirs,at e 1Y.;1 httgv nofi ttl
picking the tol 'ip of cotton andt Son
l111 oalt s,
I 'l e fart'llt',s V.III i e) . t t t oha: so'ti
wheat., arde, we think, there will be
I ittl' (''o1t so i iv I iltihi; \'ct ..
f itinbr of uIt witiels a'e comin
u to the viltt t t )lIe te o dlo shoppeii;
ad to be on hand for ral(Jy.I'
N-'v-.-1. I). Ihowlcs tilled his apploinl
nient t it . O liv ,-t on tit dayr. 'TI hl
uMt.. Olivet, 'eole have bo "il t, tlin
he1 ie e will bi ehibtrI'i ': day i t itI
ei ont ,aturdvy before (th! foulrth1 Sull
day inl Novenehr. Tei d progttarefm
will at art t' lllie' itr. The hIethi
cow", i '-aiteion lis turchati Ie thi nIe
real niee organ for their elre.(h.
\W'tell, I,colt hota h en Itot;rento t l
to Ih(1 Synod a!n:I to Nowherry anel
Itunnhtr of other )alees since his las
con n ti n icatio teot a- it is an old thinl
WI (.;utess a l acco tnt, of his t ip woul
not inter.t, ymli- readIers very tu t
t,herefore we will dettst from ehltit
the n r t Iv l, .Say tluat (;r.cenwoo
IN at ht'st lline lowll till that. shte ha:, -( In
line busincs:; nienl there wvith 1lenty <.
hitnluney that, is Sur"e tushint her to th
front, and wathil what we ay, she i
s5on going to be the key to weste
A number of our citir n' at't l11'al
in., of nu ving to the faeutory atndI qui
ing lit farin, but old boy It coi LI
lieves hie will stick to the farnm, ats it i
the batkbon' of our country, if it is
We'cll, we were real 11ladI to hear fot
"'old anl 1o11 K tty" 1aitit. \Ve hope h1
will write oft.ner' and Inake up for ti
sunall ;unup here.i
A ntlnibt:r of our eitizYents sp eak: of It
tendlin;; the State fair, at Columbia thi
wiek, but ,eonat will have to stay
T.1o stand on t,he streets of a live tow
like Newberry and watch the citizel
f'm this and other count,ics for a nun
her of iiiiles there tra ding, recnlinds ol
wh, bniness mnn enn d10 for at Io~ I
We knew a town not, 610 niles distaI
one day walis the superior of any 1ow
litdie~ i tid.h ....at,.,.w.h.ieve fo
bsi:ness, nd ha 2n85 binesm
I an dli ir usiness0 8ta1 nyto
four~ lthile.......arge ..i, tw tod
ILlf o r s 'iterit th us inestts i i of th:
tow hs killeher. iut \\ei ebet
dtoin th er fhare iof spor .iii, ad (lil
Apet: uwlo br .h for severa u.
Newherry Co Nov 2i, 18997.
Baled. cilchr 8 . tix0
lt tihc (i 0fritAtyi.h ll Act i!
Atl t(i llar cial e...ii ........... $1 .L v 4 ,i
Aurit-ure andixt.tures.....v ,:IIp.
Dn fon otheAN liaI8N.... :1t3.rtt:nt; ;
At An1er.,w L titlii . i(iwt Ros. I 1(
200 Pretty New
Iav juCt sii t rceivedt ian<l tdclodec to
oJilr ilritievy lirgo and varied h's)ck of
fritIll(s I,wo 1utntrcc1 more protty now
n styles of 1 icturo frame ts. When in
Snecd of a fralno call at our gallery.
,\\ also fs 1'
Kodak Caime"ra ,
uLs( I by Aludeitur I'hotogrlplors.
iStreet, NSw berry't, S. C
Park's Dry Roast
Is scientifically tested
Hand blended to obtain
that uniformity in taste
so much c'esired by all
who appreciate first
i class coffee.
We have them in
three grades, none of
which can be sur
passed in quality.
,2 l)! TillS Java-Maclha, Bct, 75 cis
3 lli Tiiis Java-Moclo1, Bcst, $1.00
111) Pks No 6, 25 cts Packag.
We also have full line
of Park's unmatchable
ground Spices. Give
them a trial.
PsB N _
1 ais '70 Se b'Iool T'abllets t.ltey
will,el el at. e., :3c, and rc.
s l'1CCe are good(c '.l'ah1 lets for thelc
price. \'e ;11o carry, a linc
of hel Ier gnade-. \e cnl S1)
.lply the chlib 1rn with Leadl
ones, Sponiges, Erasers, Bonk
T'lo those (out of school who
I'have' tim toC rea 1(lwe offer a
Slot of' nice Books, paiper' cov-.
e er 1 :u1 5C. , clo)th Cover 20c.
bysonleC of I le biest writers.
We can intlerest thiem ini
hIousehoh0ll goods( inl Tini and
Ag~ate WVare, a lot of useful
articles for the kit ohe nI.
Our prices will sit, fi we
bod(y. We originatedl this
pIls" I i.Newherry aido find it
~IdJe[nses, bCcaulse it trea[ts every5
-\ & Col umia 11 tCailroad be2t ween Old T[owno
'J andi ChapIJpells conltainling )80) acrex
T hre Hundredlll*( Aeros8 in first and1 sec
ond1( low' lan0ds--well aLdapJt.ed to the
LgrowthI of buirmu~d a irass. lnoughI oper,
landtit for a farm of twelv or 11 Iitfeeni
0 hlorsesC. We I suitedl fore stock ra isingi.
l"ne ( wa'ter'. G ood dwiellIinig and( [ten
Naluda, S. C.
II f.Silver Street, S. C
:8:0SfmmpBrt & Hollaway,
Al ftorwein u< Co( unsellors at Law,
Il'raeticte ini all Stakte and( UJ. S. Courts.
IUM~~:ti IS 11lNU'EIY GJVSN
. that.tei ok of([ 1Coitra1tion for'
ho To'(wn oif Newberr'y, S. C., are now
open'l, andt the1 undersi gned as Surer-~
visoIr of ftegistr'atlon for' said town,
will keep said biooks JIoen every day,
(Sundays excepted), fr'om 9) d. mn. until
- 3 p). mf., unil Iandh includ ing tho4~th day
-. of ID~eemnberi, 189)9.
JNO. C. GO(GOANS,
Supervisor of eglstration.
. O. . AY1'R IS HiEREBY
nomJinallIted( as a canididato for ro
Sccet.'on as Nayor of Nowborry.
M ANv Vrvrona