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Nov. 18th. We wIll sell
Hulls at 15 CENTS PER
HUNDRED POUNDS any
This Special Offer
will close Nov. 25th.,
and this means cash
when loaded and most
positively we will not
charge any at these
If charged the price
will be 20c per hun
dred, as this is a spe
cial offer for one week
Newberry Oil Mll1,
L. W. FLOYD,
uOT ON MA R KET.
(Corrected Seni-weekly by J. W. (a,y & Co.)
Low Gradeq ..................... .. ... 6
Geo. Noland, Rockland, G., says,
"My wife had piles forty years. De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cured her.
It is the best salve .in America." It
heals everything and cures all skin dis
eases. Robertson & Gilder.
On November 13th, a small gold medal
with the name E. M. Shealy engraved
on the bar. .Finder will be suitably re
warded for return of same to t,his o111ce.
A union Trhanksgiving service will be
held In the Thompson street church on
next Thursday a wceec, 30th instant,
Thanksgiving Day, and t,he sermon
will be p"eached by Rev. W. I. Her
bert., pastor of the First Methodist
church. A special collect,ion will be
lift.ed on that occasion to be distributed
among the dilferent orphanages. A
person can designate to what orp)hanage
he desires his contribut.ion to go by
wriiting it on the envelope before de
positing It in the collection basket..
Dr'. H. H. liaden, Summit, Alabama,
says, "I think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
a splehdld medicine. I prescribe 1i,
and my confidence in It grows with
continued use." It digests what you
eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and in
digestion. Robertson & Gilder.
An ExceptIona to the Rule.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want It.
STUA RT Blnos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ft!
WanteILd at Onice.
Five hundred hands to work on rail
road. Wages: 90 cents and board per
day. J. Hi. Wicker.
Dr. Mtontague at the College.
Dr. A. P. Montague, President of
Furman University, during his visit to
Neowberry went over to the college
yesterday morning and extended to
Presi.ent Cronr3' and the student body
the f-.aternal g.eetings of Furman anti
then gave the students an excellent
talk on literature. He gave them
something to 1,i.akl atout and was
Dr. A. J. S. Thiomas was also present
and conducted the religious exercises at
"I wouldn't be without Do Witts
lae Salve for any considerat,ion,"
wr tGu1ab s. TU. Rhodes, Centerfld,
O. InfalliD~ for piles, cuts, burns and
skin diseases.~ 'Bewaro of counterfeits.
Robertson & Gildt*.
Patterns are sold strictly for cash,
and are not exchangeable.
t. __S. J. Wooten.
High Grade Guano at
Edw, R. Hipp's. f&t tf
.Harness, Wagons, B3uggies,
Stoves and everything in our
line, AS WE WANT Tro RE
.F. A; SOIIUMP.1UT, Agt
VAlRIOUS AND ALI. ABIOUT.
Mr. T. C. Pool was in Columbia yes
Mr. L. 1). Uicker was up yesterday
A. C. Jones changes his ad. in th.
issue. See what he says.
The town was full of stargazers last
week--but don't mention it.
The State Baptist Association will
meet, at gaifney tomorrow a week.
Mr. T. G. Williams took flrst pre
miui at the State Fair on fancy work.
Several communications are crowded
out of this issue, but will appear in our
Mr. J. T. Hfarris, proprietor of the
Harris Lithia Springs, was in the city
Miss Fannie Leavell has returned
from Greenwood, where she has been
visiting her brother.
Friday last was Arbor Day and was
generally observed by the schools
throughout the county.
Misses Marie Worber and Grace
Clark, of Newberry, are visiting the
family of Mr. C. Moses.-Sumter Free
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wilbur left yes
terday for Galfney. where Mr. Wilbur
goes to accept a position in the cotton
Miss Lelia Moses, of Sumter, who
has been visitiug relatives in the city,
ret,urned to her home in Sumter on
The town tax beeks closed yesterday
with about one-third of the taxes paid.
There will, we suppose, bave to be a
The other side of the world saw the
show that this side sat up to see. The
Russians and Germans witnessed the
Attend the citizens' meeting this
afternoon at the opera house to consid
er the mode of nomidating candidates
for Mayor and Aldermen.
11On the fourth page of this paper is an
excellent editorial from the Greenville
News on praise which many of our
readers would prolit by reading.
Mr. L. I. Ept.ing has left a fully de
veloped ripe second-growth apple at
this oflice plucked from one of hiS trees
on his plantation in the county. It is a
beautiful red one.
We give up most of our space this
issue to the report of the dedicanion
services of the West End Baptist
church, which will be of interest to
most of our readers.
Rev. Dr. S. T. Hallmau of Prosperity,
has moved into the house on Cline
street that has just been vacated by J.
W. Earhardt. ar. Hallman will b, a
welcomed addition to our citizenship.
Mr. Arthur Davis, who has a situa
tion in Chester, arrived home a few
days ago wih his left hand in a sling.
He had the misfortune to have the
forefinger of his left hand nearly cut olf
in a shaper.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage of Dr. Clarence L. Kibler, of
Alva, V..,t Va., to Miss Estelle Griflfth,
at the home of Capt. D. J. Griffith it
the city of Columbia, o i the 29th Inst.,
at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Br. Kit.
ler is a native of Newberry, and his
many friends here extend congratula
tions in advance of the happy event.
A horse attached to a buggy be
came frightened In froi ' ,f the opera
house yesterday and tut .1 round sud
denly, throwing the Mibses Carwile,
daughters of Mr. W. H. Carwile, and
Miss Helen Jones, out. The young la
dies were considerably frightened and
someowhI at bruised, but, fortunately were
not seriously hurt.
Them-c is more Catarr-h itn this section of te
coungry thtan alt other di..enses put togetne
and until the last few yeats wtas supposett t
be tncurablo. For a great many years doctor
p)ronlonneled it a local disease,, and p)rescribedl
oc ai retm diles, andi by constantly faiingmx to
cure wijth J( ma treat met, pronounaced It in
canrab,le. Scienee htas proven catarrh to be a
cotnst it utilonal dir ease, andm therefor-e requires
contstitutitonat tr.-atmnent. Hlail's Catam r-t
Cute manuttfatcitured by F. J. Cheney & Co,
Tole'.o. Ohto, is the only constitutionat cueo
on the market. It is taken internally in dose-s
fr-om 10 drops to a teaapoonfut. It scts dim-eet
ly on te blood antd mtucous surfaces of the
system. They offer one hunmtdred dollars for
anty case it fat's I , cur-n. Send for circulna
an d testimonials. A ddrecss,
ir. J. CH ENE4Y & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by drut,gsts, Price 7Cc.
Hall's Family Pills ate the best.
If you need columns, balusters or any
turned work, get our prtices before buy
ing. We wvill save you money. Satis
faction guar-an teed.- STUA RT BROS.
E. HI. LiESLIE, Matnager. t&f tf.
Sudden De ath.
Miss Loule Workman, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wor-kman, of
Laurens, but who live neat- the New
beriy line, died very suddenly at WIl
liamston Female College on last Satur
day night about 9:30 o'clock. She had
been indisposed for two or three days
but had not taken her bed and was
not thought serious. Death came sud
denly. She was we believe an only
child and a bright and happy young
girl. Mr. and Mrs. Workman have
many friends In this county who deep
ly symp)athlze with them itn this hour
of their sotrrow. The fit-st news they
trccoived of the dheath of their child was
t,he home coming of the corpse. There
was no way to telegraph.
A Frightful Blunder.
Will ofteni cause a horrible Burn,
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Biuckieni's Arnica
Salve, the best In the world, will kill
the pain and p)rom)ptly heal it. Cures
0O(d Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Rolls,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 eta. a
box. Cure guaraOteed. Sold by all
Pleasant to take and
quick to act. The chil~
dren cry for it. The
grown folks are never
satisfied until they get
it. Only 35c. a bottle
at Robertson & Gilder's
Plantation in high state cultivation
on good terms. Good six room dwell
ing, tenant houses, good stables, barn
and gin house, good water, good orch
ard-churches and school convenient.
Apply to M. M. BIUFORlD,
I piewberry, S. C.
Nov. 3.,1899. , tf.
The Ultiz.u's Mucting.
''ho meeting of the citizens will b
he1d in the opera house this afternooi
at 4 o'clock to consider the manner u
nominat,ing candidates for Mayor an<
Aldermen. Through mistake we state<
in our last paper that the meetinf
% *ould be held on h'riday. We shouth
have said Tuesday. ILet everybod;
turn out this afternoon so the neetini
will be a full one.
Dr. W. Wixon, It,aly 11111, N. Y., says
'I heartily recommend One Minuti
Cough Cure. It gave my wife immedl
ate relief in sulfoca'ing asthma " Pleas
ant to take. Never fails to quickl,
cure all coughs, colds. throat, and luni
troubles. Robertson & Gilder
if you need any columns, balusters o1
turned work get our prices before yot
buy. We will save you money. Satis
faction ge.i"anteed. S'rAiRe Iuos.
E. [H. LnCSAe, Manager. t&f tf.
Parties owing me by note, accoun
or otherwise must setvle at once.
t&f t F. A. Scut:iat.i'r, Agent.
A ileno,,ary Addes.+,
Miss Belle Bennett, of lichmond
Ky., president, of the wontan's I >ar(
of home missions, South, lectured ii
theo First Methodist, Church Sunda,
morning to a large audience The :d
dress was interesting and the speaker,
enthusiasm inspired the ladies of tha
church with the desire to organize I
home mission society, which they did
Those who heard Miss Bennett wer
pleased with her talk.
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you use(
Dr. King's New Life Pills. I'housand,
of sufIerers have proved t'teir match
less merit for Sick and Nervous Head
aches. They make pure blood tin(
strong nerves and huild up your health
Easy to take. Try them. Only 2
cents. Money back If not cured. tiok
by all Druggists.
A new schedule went Into eflect or
the C., N. & L. road on Sunday. Th<
up p^ 'senger now arrives here mn min
utes later than heretofore-12.30, and
the down train frot Laurens at. the
same time r'"' the old schedule, at 2.40.
The changes on the other trains arc
slight, but the corrected schedule will
be published in our next paper,
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUAwr BRos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
A Good Selection.
Prof. D. D. Wallace, of Wotlord Col
leg , has been appointed a member of
the joint committee from the United
Confederate Veterans, the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy and the
United Sons of Confederate Veteran
to investigate historical text books in
use in South Carolina schools. Prof.
Wallace will make a valuable member
of the committee as he is an able his
torical scholar. The committee will
meet In Columbia in the near future.
Sunday night some young men from
Factoryville. had a carriage and horses
out driving when the horse9 becan
lrightened in some way and ran away.
They started somewhere about the
Graded school building and ran down
Coats street into Main street and a
they turned into Main smashed a part
of the carriage to pieces and threw the
occupants out. The teaml was making
for tee stables but nrssed up the side
walk and ran into Mr. Jack Summers
bicycle standing In front of Bleasem
hotel and smashed It to pieces. The~
ocoupants of the carriage were not
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the rapt ure of An
nie E. Springer, of 1125 HLowardl st.,
Philadelpnla, Pa., when she found that
Dr. King's Newv Discovery for Con
sumaption had completely cured her' of
a hacking cough that for many years
had mode life a bturden. All other
remedIes andl doctors could give her no
heln, but she says of this Royal Ciure
-"ft soon) removedl 'h pain in my
chest and I can now sleep soun)dly,
somethIng 1 can searcely remeumber
doing before. I feel like sounding Its
praises throughout the Universe." So
will every one wvho tries Dr. King's
New Discovery for tany t roub ile of the
Throat Chest, or Lungs. Prnice 50c. and
$1.00. Trial bottles free at all Drug
Stores; every bottle guaranteed.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
Dwelling and Stote house In Helena.
Apply to HI. C. SUMMERS, Jr.
f & t. t,f.
Remaining In the postofice at New
berry, 5, C., for the week endcing Nov.
C-T. M. Clarke, P'ress Cannon, HeIn
D-C. WV. Douglass, Srarah Dawkine,
Henry Davis, G. W. Davenport,.
H-W. V. H air, J1. T. Harmon.
J-Rosa Jones, Amanda Janop.
K-E. E. Krause.
L-Goter Lee, M. C. Lane.
M-Hannibal Miller, Perditer Mer
O-J. H. Obecker.
P-E. J. Pinglc, Baggar' Pheaster.
R-J. W. Rice, Alice Ross.
--A da Smith, J. F. Stillwell, Sarah~
Shell, D. Frank Sample, Isorine Smith.
'W-Annie West, Jannie Watts.
C-Dillor Et. Cromier, Liller E. Cro
mer, Emma L. Clelland.
G-F. W. Glenn.
Persons callIng for the above will
please say they were advertised.
'W M. Y. FAmR, P. M.
Nov. 13, 1899.
Sunday evening at the Methodist
parsonage In thIs city, by Re,v.~ W. I
Herbert, M r. Ed ward H utehison and
Mits Clara Hutchison were happily
If you have catar'rh, rheumatism, oi
dyspepsia, take Hood's Sarsaparilla and
be cured as thousands of others hav<
f 1.U '~-'
enl ell's and 1oy's Cloth lig and Shoes in t
Nearly ift,y years of experience forewat
oods oi A pril 1. last, fully (10 day
above goods now at 7;5e. ( n the dol
goods at less than ot,hers 111 to pa.
to save muoney trade at the One-L'r
$1.25 and the sant goods to anothe
drol, down 25e. at each offer unti
_ store---all custotmiers buy at the sa
L adies should see our Iilack I)ress (Gonb
Cashineres, Ilenriettas, .ael. ane(
1iemebthet' it. is at pIleasutre and no,,
. -Every enstoter trading with
Stole a ltitle.
I1r. 1. Z. Abrans left his minle
hitehed to a rack I t, wi here for i
few iinute Saturdiy eVening late and
hen he went foi- his 'nule it, was gone
1e o had took the munle and rode it
home. The foreman on Ml r. Win. ILang
ford's p lae, we hear, saw t,he negro who
rode the mnle oil on Saulrday and tried
to get hin to bring the mule back, but
-he refused to do it. iHowever another
y negro hrou~ht the tmtuin to town Mlon
t diy, and Nir. Abratns swore out at will'
r rant for the negro who rodo the inule
oil. It put Mr. Abramts to considera
ble t ouble.
Itobe i tl (b uravi,.
A star"tIing ineident, of whi leI Mr.
John Oliver of Phihlelphiai, was the
i subject, is nirrat(d by ii in as follows:
4 "I was inl a itmost (dreiiuli condition.
My skin was aliost tellow,eye su tiken,
tont'lo coated, patin continuaily in
I back and sides, noii appetite -gradually
growing weaker daily by lay. Three
physiciains had given ie up. l"ortu
I nately, a filond advi.ed trying Elec
tric Bitters; and to rmy great joy 'nd
surprise, tbe first bottle imade a de( led
iniproveient. I continiiu i their use
for threo weeks, and ain now a well
imian. I kn. w they saved lity life, and
robbed tho grave of another victimn."
No one should faill to try thet. Only
50 ets., guaranteed at ill Drug Stores.
Miss Bessie Riser's
collection of Millinery is
i her personal selection,
and embraces the very,
latest styles, shapes
and colorings. Ex
treme moderation of,
prices is a pleasant
feature of her line.
Beautiful and Cheap,
Are our imported line of
Fancy China. Vases of the
latest styles and Lamps of all
I kinds and prices. We can
save you money. Give us a
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
Corner D)rug Store
sTATE OF SOUTH CAMtO LINA
COUNTY OF NEWVB ERRY-I N
John G. Miller, as Ex'or, &c., of Sue
L. Mille1r, deceased, ['lainti If, vs.
Mat.tic E. MJ iller' et al., D)efendan1ts.
T HIE CR EDITORS O1' TH' E ES
. ta10 of Sue L. Miller, deceased,
are hereby required to render ini and
estaLblish t,he dlemainds against said es
tatte on1 or' beCfore t,he 1st (day of De
cember, 1899, and creditors ar'c hereby
enjoined from prosecuhti ng tbeir de
mnands in ainy other p)roCcdinigs.
WV. WV. IlODG#Ei,
ProbaLte J udge.
STrATE ON SOUTH CAR OLI NA,
-COUNTY OF NEWVBERY-1N
A ugustus 1H. 1E. Scheck, in his owni right,
and ats A dministr'ator of the per'sonlal
estate of Mary A. E. Sheck, deceased,
Plaintif, against Lois S. Scheck and
James Melnitosh, Defendants.
BYORDI FTECUR RM
in ilsell at public1 outcry be
fore the Court IHouse at Newberry, in
said( County andlI State,, duin1g the legal
hours of saLle, on saleday, (MNonday, De
cember 4th, 1899,) in D)ecemnber, 1899,
all that tr'act or plantation of land, sit,
tunte in the County of Newberr'y, in the
State aforecsaid, containing Sixty-,h ree
Acres and Filft.y-six Hulnd red ths of an
A cre, (63 56-100) more or less, bounded 1
by lande of John Y. Thompson, Mrs.
Martha E. Dilckert, wife of M. L. Dick
er't, Mrs1. Eliz'albeth C. Lane, by other
lands belonging to the estate of Mary
A. N. Scheek, deceased, the same being
a par't of a tract of land lately owned
by Mr's. Mary A. E. Scheck, now (de
Ccased, andl is mnore fully d1escribed by
a plat thereof made by Tihomas W.
Ke: ti, Surveyor, now in lile in the
above enItitledI case in my court.
T1er'ms of Sale:-One-third of the
purchase money to be p)aid In cash1, and.
the balance on a credit of one and two
years in equal annual installments,
with inteirest from the day of sale, to
be seured by the bond of the purIIchaser
and a mortgage of the premLises sold,
with leave to the p)urchaser -to antici
)ate payments in whole or ia part.
P'urchaser to pay foi' all pa1pers axti
stamps. W. W. HODOGES,
Nov. 11, 1899. J. P. N. C.
Noico of Filial SettIclent ailll Dlisciaric.
N OTICE IS HIERMIBY GIVE:N
.that I wih make a final settle
mient on the estate of Freddie HI. D)om
inick, a minor, in the Probate Court
for' Newberry County, S. C., on Friday,
the 15th day of Deembor A. D 1899,
and will immediately thi. r'aft.er aLpply
for letters dismissory.
JAMES J. LANE,
Guatrdian of aaid Minor.
A LL PARTIES ARE HEREBY
.1.warnedl not to treCspass on any
of my land. by fishing, hunting or' In
any maenner whatever. Thoso violat,Ing
t this notice will be dealt ilth to the1
full extent of the law.
I'S CASH STORE HAS $
74 IL. T IJEI
tIl the lat.s, styles, .1eans, I-launncls, I)rss G:looll, 't itunling l , I rI mhrui I
1s, Stockin;s, (;loves, t.'orsets, 8111its, ' id(l l hirts.
ned us that, an lalce in pri cs was incvitable, a,l we coit ractedi for thesi
c, b;fore the goods wer'e mladu. We'r are, ther"efurc, in a p osition to utfer t he abouvc
lar of whutt O,e samle goods wo 111 cost toIday1, a1nd we ctn sell you the abhov
y for tlten that have recentlyv buht tlleir .oods in Nev York: So If you wan
ice Store, where tnerc is no Jlewin_t. 114 s('llin;Y to one cuMtomer"1 at $1.10, anothel
r eustomr at rt. $ c.0. We will nlot ask $:t.0) for Ia bo 's suit. of clothes and thei
I we coi e down to $t.0 ts others do. \\"We ll i nut allow any skinl ,:atle in o1
.t Silk \Iulir e'repon". Iirilliantines, :icilianl lIouclays, Hroetd}es, Alpaleas
n Sutt.ill and I.:aI:n1 \' ,-tvo , ate th + lat.est, lrutletiuon of I"oreitn luons
a labor tO) show ~omn(l. A rule we I,inver dIeviate fron is polit.e attention to) all, al
'S CASHi7 STORE.
uts will reeiVt'a itCo pet' S nt Ev.
Will be Thanksgiving Day, and
it is time you were pre
paring for it.
We wisl to ca.ll your attention to OIlr tiwx v'lle<d linle o(
Seasonable (;ood dSj1st receive<.
NEW RAISINS, APPLES,
NEW CURRANTS, , GRAPES,
NE W FIGS, ORANGES,
NAW DATES, BANANAS,
CRANBERRIES and CELERY.
We can supply you with Fruit Cakes, ready
made, of best quality at 25 cts. per lb.
SPICES of all kinds--Ground or Whole.
EXTRACTS of all kinds--best quality.
BElIt ES IN MIND lIOlR
We will be here and ready to serve you with
a full and'complete stock.
Remember, we are headquarters for goods
in our line.
"Best Goods at Lowest Possible Prices" is
sTATJE OF" SOUJTIl CAllOLINA,
COUNTY OF" NJEWRIC H ItY-1.N
COMMON .PLEAS. L
). HI. Con nts & Co , l'lainti ffs, vs. Sarah VALJ lI I'4AN''PNI Y
Kennedy ett aLl, Detfenidants. A ing1))hsdeofheCrnvi
)N ove mber 4thi, 1899), 1 will sell t.o Lil(t II)IIeotiIing18)ti'
be0 highest bidder before the Court,ltPeht11 e ce i iis LlIse
Iouse ILL Newberry, S. C., on saledaLy (i o ad. elaatd( h
n D)ecembiter next, all that, lot of land IOttolIt'mtdagasl'nui)Oet
n the towni of Newherry. con tai ninug ILilft tfL' rte ' rI t~
)ne-!Figh th of atn Acre, moret' or les- t's, s elsie orsoktliio
mnd bounded by lanids of (' A. NILanc ite,
state of Gilbert Coleman, ,1 oh n AdiLnanthms
roml Mr Is. Whitiret''s by Ia street. .A.'Il W ,
Terms or Sale:-Cash. IPuirchaseir to Sltm .C
liLy for papLlers iandu stamptls. o l.I'''lS
W. 1). HIAlIDY, Master. t ~ iviSu i.
Master's O0licc, Nov. 11, 1899.SIITON N TIE
3TATIC 01" SOUTII CAllOLI,NA,N P 5IEHH ; E
COUNTY 01" NEII lHllY-l N ta h ok fiehrtlnf
lonora 10. Wert,s in her1 own) righit and 9i,iilitt )11Sgie L t )1
as Admni nistratr'ix of the estate (I of fI~'it'tlt o adtwt
W. W. Waldroll, dleceased(, I 'laitig,I il10)11111 o pneey(iy
against Sal lie lI cid et al, De)fentdattLs. ut(I.sxcte)fonSi.It.UtiI
Bin,1I will sell iLt publ)1ic outtcryv beC- o )e e'89
'oro the Court, I louse att New~ berry, . O .CC S
3. C., durilng the legal hours of saLle oinSillvsro elt'tln
W1ooday', (saLledaLy) the 4th daiy (of D e- Spene'1,10
somern)t, 1899, all t,bat t.iract or' planflt-............. .
,on of land belonging to the estiLte ofI"N.IttnIn1Isonrhtadit
NT. W. Waldro:>. dlecensed1 lying and Az'.&. 1a tiI'
)ecing situate in' the County and1( State
ttoresaid, contai ning Sevent,y-two (72)
Acres, m[or'e or1 less, and hounded byI.I.N nt t11
.tid(a fotrmierly oIf the estaLte of MIrs.1)V0l)IL0"(TI ')AP)
>'idget H. Waldrop, by3 the Island ..)Nveue ol,19,IwlIsl
."ord road( and b.y laLnds of the SoutherntohehihtbddrbfeteCut
.tiroad Co., on the following terms t,o IlueILNwor,S . nsld
Terms:-One half of thte purIichase ln otiiit i rytue tis
noney to ho paid cash, aund the baltace ioo0'ls,kona lo'1ayr
m1 a cred it, of (1no year1t, wit,h itterest Tat yn atywttI idprl
romn daty (If sale, with pr'ivilege to the totttt rlrItlIisoth
)urchavr"t to anticipatte tilbe paLymfent of tl~n(fN~bryndlmddb
,hc credit portion. T1he credit pltor tion (f.. 1 .Ic,Ilejtc La,i
,0 o eeored lby tbe 'Ilind (If the pttr- Sre 'tnn umNwer olg
baser atnd a mnortgatge of tihe pr'emise's, t licje ~id 'uso,c'fim
he putrchaIser' to paly for all stamps and ~.'yo,..M iiXli Lt tes
)apers. W. W. I 1OIX; ES, 'r.iiO' T0: netrdcst
November 13, 1891). J. P'. N. C. baLnei010LiltO CL',iL)i
Call at E dw. R. Hipp'
for High Grado Guano. ft meo1)1siils atr
f& tingason othles ov. 1the 18ren9ill
Of the COllii(oi Tof The Ncwhorry Saviig
Bal1K of Ncwhcrry, S. C., at the Close
Of Blsilcss Scpltellir 30, 1899. Fil
11 I1cl i1 Coiiforliity with all Act of the
Biills receivable................ $111,717 C7
1'1rn1iture and I ixtuil " .res .. ,300 00
Due frot otl e - Bank-......... :13,.30 33
('ulertion nero.nlt ------------- 101 75
OV 'drafts secu red il un
arcd ....................... (iE07 8:3
(ash on hand.................... :3,)36 97
bl . I I 1T11 11:.:s
('atl ita --........ ............ $50,10O 00
I'oiS less exi rnses paid.. 11,104 :1.1
I i V Idends unnpaid------.---...- -.18:3 00
('ashirr"':c thee!- out,
r tandin............$ 28 5 i:
11a:nk dl(' ositti...... :35,l00 ,s I
it ................... 8 :::, 2 1- $121,i25 18
13i I t ll c . le------............. :3O, I53 '3:
,Plersonally allpetarled before mle, ,1. J.
No-wood. ('atsIi i' of abtove muied
Ihink. who being 111113' sworn, says the
auove (t'innt', is correct, to the best
of his khowle'dge anld helief.
J1. I. N(lk,\VOO), ('ashier.
Sworn to betfore me tIiis third day of
() tohcr, 1899.
\V. C. Ty'1'It.:I", b1. S.1j
Attest: N. I'. I"'OIt S. C.
.I N1 ' 1s \'I' * I i 1.
(. Nit"I:. IltoI .:s.
A. C. R i.\TT i i I.
( I i'istmas is not, tar oil, and
we retiniid (the public that
is ,edl(ig Tos ail IHolilay
Pre'('selts to the
We will get inl a shipment
C\'eryV week until near Ohrist
ma,s. C'oinie adi(l select early
and tvoid1 the rush.
Now York hckt Stoe1
200 Pretty New
i alvo just received andu adde(ld to
our atlread(y largo andit vatried stock of
frarue's I w() hiundred mtore lprett.y now
sils of pielure( frames. WVhen in
neebtd of at fr-amoi call at. our gallory.
used'u by Amtaltour Phiot.ograuphors.
iniii Streot, Nowborry, S. C.
LETS AND HEARTS.
JEWEIEIi & PTICIA
eL .t na. . andus-a sDsI r.eamn.are.