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Corrected overy Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ..-'--.".-----.-------... 7c.
Best Lard ---------------.---....... 74(48Ac.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 0c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@35c.
Corn -----...- ---. ---... ....... 600.
M eal ................................ 55c.
-lay .............,---................ 7T.
W heat Bran ----............ $1.00.
lst 'atent Flour -------........... $4.75.
aid Best Flour......--.......... $4.25.
Strait Flour---------................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.03 .50.
Sugar ..........-.-........ 61o.
Rico----.... ..... .................. 61( a810.
Coffee........------- ............ 1 15c.
Cotton seed mteal, por sack... .00.
Bale Hulls, por ow............ 30c.
Butter, per lb .................... 15(20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 12?c.
Chickens, each.................... 121@20c.
Peas, per bushel.................. 60e.
Corn, por bushel................. 55c.
Oats, per bushel................. 35(i40c.
Sweet potatoes .................. 40(a)50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6(c 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 6t(a)75c.
COTTON MA RK ET.
(Corrected Scmi-weekly by J. w. Gary & Co.)
Good M iddling...................... 71
Low Grades...----.----............ 54
Wanted at once, twenty-five young
ladies, 18 years old and over. Inquire
at the new store in Summer Bro.'s
Mr. J. Sheer, Sedalla, Mo., saved his f
child's life by One Minute Cough Cure,
Doctors had given her" up to (lie with
croup. It's an infallible cure for
coughs, colds, grippe, pneumonin, bron
chitis and throat and lung troubles.
Relieves at once. Robert,son & Gilder.
A Week of Prayer.
The ladies of the Lutheran Church
a:re observing a week of prayer and will
on Sunday night hold a public meeting i
in the Lutheran Church. An address
will be delivered by Rev. M. G. G. I
Scherer, and a speciul collection will
be taken. The public is invited.
He Fooled the Surgeuns.
All doctors told Renick Hamilton,
of West Jellerson, 0., alter auffering 18
months fromI Rectal Fistula, he would
die unless a costly operation was per- n
formed; but he cured himself with five t
boxes of Buckilen's Arnira Salve, the
surest Pile cure on earth, and the best
Salve in the world. 25 cents a box. 1
bold by all druggists.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. SWuAR' BRos.
E. H. LEsLIE, Manager. t&ftf
Parties owing inc by note, account
or otherwise must settle at once. C
t&f Gt F. A. SCH1U1M1'ER1'T, Agent. c
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich.,
says, "I suffered a long time from dys- e
pepsia; lost liesh and became very
weak. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure com
pletely cured me.'' It digests what
you eat and cures all forms of stomach t
trouble. It never fails to give imme
diate relief In the worst cases. Robert- C
son & Gilder.I
At a regular communication of Am
it,y Ledlge, No. 87, A. F. M., held Mon
day nigh(, D)ecember 4, 189)9, the~ fol
lowing ofiidLbes ~war' eleted to ser've
the ensuing Mvasonic year:
W. M.-H. G. Hoot.
I. W.-P. J. Voss.t
J1. W.--Wm.' . 1 elhamn.
Treaourcr-L. M. Spceers.
Secretary--J. II. M. Kinard.
The ofllcersilli be publicly installed
ton the night of Dec.[27t.h.-Observor. r
' ho Appetite of a Guant[
Ys envied by all poor dyspopties whose (
&tomnach and Liver are out of order. 'J
All scih should knowv that Dr. King's 1
Newv Life Pills, the wontiorful Stomach
:and Liver Remedy gives a splendid
appetite, sound digestion and a regular
bodily habit that insures perfect health
and great, energy. Only 25 cents at all
d rug stores.
If you need any columns, balusters ori
turned work get our prices before you v
buy. We will save you money. Satis
factIon guaranteed. STUART BRos.
E. H. LEscue, Manager. t&f tf.
, Patterns are sold strictly for cash,
. and are not exchangeable.
If. -- S. J. Wooten.
The fleer Dispensary to Close.
' The following Is taken from The State
t of the 5th instant, In relation to tl e
resignatIon of the beer dispenser at
this place, and as to "blind tiger" bust
kness in the county.
The Nowberry county board of eon
'trol reported the resignation of Beer
iDispenser Dominick, which, under the
- provisions of a previous resolution of
the Sitate board, peirmanently closes theI
The Newberry board also reported
that an extensive "blind tiger" business
was being carried on in that county, and
that the State constables were making
no effort to suppress the illicit traffic.
IReferred to the governor.
A BURE CI'REI FOR CROUP.
Twenty--five Years' Constant Use Without.a
ThIe first indication of eroup is hoarse,
ness, ant in -a child subject to that
disease It may be taken as a sure sign of
the approach' of an attack. Following
this hoarseness is a peeuliar toughb
cough. If Chamberlains Cough Rem
edy is given as soon as the child be
comes hoam se, or even after the croupy
cough appears, it will prevent the at
tack. It Is used in many thousands of
homes in this broad latid and never
tisapoints the anxiouts mothers. We
have yet to learn of a single instance in
which it has not proved effectual. No
othier preparation can show such a ree
ord-twentyAive years' constant use
witb'out ea failure. For sale by W. E,
VAIuOUs AND ALL An3Ou1r.
The County Teachers' Association
will leot tomorrow.
'i'he Boatd of lHealth hold a meeting
on Tuesday evening.
Mrs. H. L. Baggott has been visiting
relatives in Newberry.-Saluda Senti
'rho collection in the A. R. P. church
on Sabbath will be takeu for the mis
''he Treasurer of the city calls in all
claims against the city. They are
wanted before the 18th inst. So hand
in your accounts.
Mr. G. S. Noland acted as manager of
the primary election in place of Mr.
Jno. W. Coppock, and will also act at
the general election on the 12th.
The Master sold two tracts of land on
Monday and Mr. Blease, acting for
Master Hardy, of Newberry County,
sold two tracts.-Saluda Sentinel.
The Methodist ministers are away
this week attending conference at
Drangeburg. Mr. T. E. Epting is also
!ttending conference as a delegate.
Mr. Guy Daniels and his sister, Mrs.
. . Willanson have bought the jew
31ry stock of Daniels & Co., and will
-ontinue the business at the same
stand under the same name.
Newberry has secured the next meet
.ng of the State Baptist Convention.
Lt will meet here in December of next
rear. Our citizens will be glad to en
ertain the Baptist brethren.
Mr. A. C. Thomas, of the county,
1as purchased a lot from Mr. Carlisle
n Brooklyn and has given Mr. Shockly
,he contract to erect him a residence.
3rooklyn is coining to the front.
Mr. Will C. Reeder, who has ac
:epted a position in the railroad shops
n Columbia, was up on a visit the first
of this week to his parents. He says
se likes his i_-.v work a1.d is pleased
Policeman Franklin h.s succeeded
n capturing the negro that rode Supt.
Vallace's bicycle away from the school
uilding a few weeks ago, also the ne
;ro that made his escape from the city
hain gang a few days ago.
The city council has decided to plant I
,000 shade trees on the residence
treets in the city---200 in each ward.
he trees will be put out right away
,nd the work will be superintended by
he Aldermen of the respective wards. I
)r. J. W. Tribble left on Tuesday for
ugh Shoals, N. C., where he has a
osition as assistant manager in a cot- t
on mill store operated under the D. A.
ompkins Co. We are sorry to lose
)r. as a citizen, and wish him well in V
is new work.
Col. J. Y. Culbreath, of Newberry,
nine over Tuesday to attend court. He
ame by his mine in this county and he
ays he is much encouraged at the pros
ects. He predicts that Saluda will
ventually become a mining country.- s
Rev. R. C. Irvin, presiding elder of
he Newberry District of the A. M. E.
hurch, died at his home in Helena
londay night. He was a well known
olor'ed Methodist minister and was
iked by those who knew. him both
rhite and black.
Mi'.'George Wheeler and a Mr. Alex
3rown, of Newberry, will put their fast
orses in a trotting match in Augusta
n the 15th. Mr. Wheeler's horse is in t
raining now by an expert and the race
s looked forward to with a good deala
f interest.--Saluda Sentinel. -
The town tax books closed on the
0th of November, but the penalty has
ot been added as yet. However, posi
lve notice is given in this paper that a (
enalty of ten per cent. will be added ~
n all unpaid taxes after the 15th inst.
'his is posit.ive and fInal and the pub
c had better act accordingly. t
Dr. Van Smith, of the count,y, has
urchased the drug department from i
dung & Co., and took charge of same
n Tuesday last. Young & Company
,ill continue business with their other e
mn of goods in one of the stores In
rhlch they have been doing business.
Ve welcome Dr. Smith to the city and
>redict for him a successful business. f
Discoveredi by a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
nadle, and that too, by a lady in thist
oun try. "Disease fastened its clutces
ipon her and for seven years she with
tood its severest tests, but her vital
>rgans were undermined and death
eemed imminent. For three months
hie coughied In' asantly, aid could Dot
leep. She fei'iy discovered a way to
ecovery, by purchasing of us a bottle
f Dr. King's New DIscovery for Con
umption, and was so much relieved
n taking first dose, thati she slept aill
ight; and wIth two bottles has been
beolutely cured. *Her name 18 Mrs.
~uther Lutz. Thus writes W. C. Han
tick & (Co., of Shelby, N. C. TrIal
mottles free at ali Drug Stores.
Regular size 50o and 1.00. Every bot
le guaranteed. -
Wanted at once, twenty-five young
adios, 18 years old and over. Inquire
.t the new store in Summer Bro.'s
N ORDEJNTOOLOSEOUT'HER STOCK OF
B~FORtE TIlE SEASON ys OVER,
MIISS BESSIE RISER
viili for the next 30 days, aell everything
IN H ATS, FEAT HERS, ETC.,
tt GRREA TLY RDUC-EDr PnrCEtS.
WHIEIRE TO THiAUE.
Dti Your Chrlstm na Shoplps,g at, liK,s,
Where There Are Op,n Doot, Iato.
Wlo1 the lteaIors of the Eterald
and Noews are Each
We desire to ment,ion to our readoru
simply the names of the firms which
from week to week have invited you
into their stores to get bargains in their
respective lines. Before making your
Christmas purchases be sure to call on
these firms and you will have the ad
vantages that are to be offered in the
city, for it is always the wide awake
merchant who looks enough to his in
terest to invite you and tell you what
he has to offer through the columns of
his home paper-your fireside compan
ion. All these tirms stand so high in
their different lines that it would be
useless for us to comment further than
tell you who they are and in what. they
0. M. Jamieson-Clothing, Hats,
shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Neckwear.
Miss Bessie Riser-Millinery and
Robertson & Gilder-Drugs and
F. A. Schumpert, A gt.-Hlarness,
Wagons, Buggies, Stoves and Hard
S. J. Wooten-Clothing ; and Gents'
M. A. Renwick-Clothing, Shoes and
3ents' Furnishing goods.
R. C. Williams-The Furniture man.
Eduard Scholtz-Jewelry, Spectacles
Stuart Bros.-Lumber, Laths, Shin
;les and Turning of all kinds.
W. - E. Pelham-Drugs, Wedd ing
L'resents, line China, beautiful Lamps,
C. & G. S. Mon er Co.-Dry Goods,
3ress Goods, Notions, Millinery, Staple
soods, Shoes, Carpeting and Rugs.
Copeland Bros.-Dry Goods, Shoes,
;Iats, Clothing, Furnishing Goods and
Savings Bank-For safe deposits and
rood interest on your money.
New York Racket Store-Everyth ing
o please young and old.
A. C. Jones-Dry Goods, Notions,
shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods.
J. W. White-Tableware, Crockery,
alassware, and Christmas'Goods.
Schumpert & Holloway-The men to
et you out of trouble when you. get
Edw. R Hipp-Rock Hill Buggies.
Jas. A. Mimnaugh-Dry Goods, No
ions, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps,
hoes, Jackets, Clothing, etc.
Young & Co.-Holiday Goods, and
oods suitable for Christmas. Drugs
nd Prescription Department.
J. Z. Salter-Picture Frames, Kodak
ameras, Photographic Chemicals, etc.
Jno. W. Taylor-The City Market
'resh Meats of all kinds.
L. M. Speers-all kinds of Marble
nd Granite Monuments, Railings, Cas
:ets and Cases.
Win. G. Mayes-Books, Pictures,
tolls and Christmas tricks.
Arthur Kibler-Life Insurance.
Scott & Carlson-Merchant Tailors.
D. C. Flynn-Clothing, Dry Goods,
hoes, Hats, Notions, etc.
S' 13 Jones-fleadquart~eris fom?Cirist
as shoppers and Santa Claus' stopiing
J no. C. Goggans-Tow n T1axes.
Any and all of the above firms will
reat you right and please you in your
urchases. They all have polite and
ttentive clerks that will take p)leasure
n serving you.
"Experionce in its hoist Tencher."'
We must be willing to learn from the
xperience of other peole. Every
estimonilal in favor of Hood'~s Sarsa
arilla is the voice of experience to
ou, and It is your duty, if your blood
i impure and your health failing, to
ake this medicine. You have every
eason to expect that it will do for you
ihat it has done for others. It is the
est medicine money can buy.
Hood's Pills are non-irritating, mild,
If you need columns, balusters or any
urned work, get our prices before buy
ng. We will save you money. Satis
action guaranteed. STU A RT Bnos8.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&f tf.
It takes but a minute to overcome
Ickling in the throet and to stop) a
ough by the use of One Minute Cough
lure. 'l'his remedy quickly cures all
wrms of throat and lung troubles.
larmless and pleasant to take. It prne
ents consumption. A famous specific
or grippe and its after effects. Rob
rtson & Gilder.
WE DDINC PR ESENTS!
Fine China! E'legant Cut Glass!
Beautiful Lamps! at
Harness, Wagons Buggies,
stoves and every thuing in our
ine, AS WE WANT TO RE
'. A.80CHUMPERT, Agt
AT Till' OPECRA 110USIC.
Ono or the Strongest Coime ()pera Com
ptaiit Trayelltg to - Ap,osr
Newberry is to have its first rea
operatic treat In the appeliaine it, thl
opera house tonight of the celebrate(
])an 'ackard Opera Company ati
orebestra in "Said Pasha," the bright
est and merriest, comic opera evel
written. Tomorrow afternoon at i
special performance for ladies and chl.
dlren "livett'," ln opera of the imes1
elevating morals, will be presented and
at night "The Mascot-," considered onte
of the funniest operas sung by the or
In the cast. will be found \1r. Gilbert
Clayton, formerly of the Bostonians,
Miss Carlotteo Giiman, a handsome iwo
man and at charming Singer; Frank
liidsdale, until recently baratone soloist
with the Grtn (ratnd Opera Company;
Monte Walker, the merriest jester
upon Lthe operatic stage; Gharles N.
Holmes, it dramatic tenor of consider
a)le reputation atndi a decided favorit e
In "Said Pasha;" Miss Josephene Kirk
wood, a dainty little woman wit,h a win
some chic and ia splendid contralto
voice, liss Jessie a1-1igI lnds, of "''The
Belle of New York" company, 11arr"y
Lea Velle, Carrie G;odfrey and others.
The Asheville (,zttte recently gave
the company the followlig praise-wor
"Seldom is an A sheville a.idience its
well pleased as that, which listened to
the "Mascot," given last, evening at
the opera house by tihe Dan l'aekard
Opera company. The costumes were
handsome and every role was handled
with skill. From begi nn ing to en d the
audience was ill good humor and show
ed their approval of almost everything
by prolonged applause. The singinlg
was excellent. In fact the opera wis
one of ihe most satisfactory per"formnl
ances of the kind that has ever been
This company has never in its exist
ence been given an adverse eriticism,
a rrcord that is envied by many other
compalnics. Seats are now on sale ut
Schohiz's jewelry store. l'rices 75, 50
anal 25 cents.
Special Bargain Matinee tomorrow
Comes from Dr. D. It. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four hot
ties of Electric Bittets halts eunred 'Mrs.
Brewe-r of serofuln, which hiI caused
her great suffering for yealrs. ''er iile
sores would 'break out on her henad atd
fie, an(] the best doctors could give ne
help; but her cure Is complete and her
healt.h is excellent.'' This shows whlat
thousands have proved--that El ectric
Bitters Is the best blood puriller known.
It's the suprrme remedy flr eezema,
teller. s"itt rhelui, iileers, boIls aid
runttinm sores. It stimunfat. -liver, kid
neys and bowels, expely poisop, helps
digest ion, build111 up .hlie st rength. Only
50 ecr ts. Sold by all druggists. U uar
A little over-stocked on Jackets,
therefore you can buy any Jacket in
our store at exactly whan we paid for It.
fA t2t. Mower Co.
Home Fino Turnips.
Mr. WV. ii. Folk, of the Walton comn
munity, br'ought to this oflco yesterday
a half dozen of the finest turnIps we
have seen for' several years. They
were0 large, smooth, prett.y anid solId.
lie Informed its that from one-sixth of
an acro he had hauled six 2-hor'se wagon
loads andl had some1 left. HeI found a
ready sale for what he raised. lHe is a
successful far'mer and knows his busi
ness-esp)ecially when it comes to ris
Son of an Ohio nr.rchant. Oured of Charoicu
My son has peen troubled f'or years
witht chronIo ditarre ?fa. SometIme ago
I persuade(id Shim to take 80ome of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. After using two
bottles of the 25-cent sIze he was cured.
I give t his testImonial, hoping somue
one siilarily afflictedl maty read it andi
he benefitted.-TPhomas C.. Jowers,
Glencoe, 0. For sale by W. E. Pelham,
"One Minute Cough Cure is the beBt,
remedy I evem' use-] for' coilg hs and
colds. It Is uncequalled for wyhooping
cough. Childr'en all lIke It, "wvrites
H-. N. WIllIams, Gentr'yville, Tnd.
Never falls. It Is the only har'mlcss
remedy that gives immedIate results.
Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup,
pneumonia, bronchitls and all thi'oat
and lung tr'oubles. Its early use p)re
vents consumption. Robertson & GIl
Our loss, your gain. All our Jankets
to go at aetual first cost without reser ve.
f&t2t. Mower Co.
An Excution, to the Ittle.
A shop where you ean get what you
want and when you want It.
E. H-. LEsI,ii, Manager. t&ftt
In order to give
benefit of our
Sale we will con
tinue it until
ait the h losp1italo home of the lridcl's
parents, M v. anti rs. .111 o. S. Itu1t', A1i'.
.Ias. F. Ste"'hens .ind liss Carrie Iuil
Were tunited in the honds of holy matri
mnony in the presence of a barge i num
her of friends and relat ives. Nlev. .1. It.
i lood performed I he eer4 1ony. AL t.30
o'elock the bridal party marchedl into
t.he beautifully de'eoratedl parlor and
at"u,rr ed Iheiselves in h i n 1o1 (if at
senicircle. The following was the
order of mnarie:
MIr. 1i. (). l.0mg, with M i"s Miattie
1I1'. E0. C. V'olk, willh ,li', Clara
NiIr. I. II. Alegraw, With Miiss Kate
Alr. 0. 13. Cannon, wit h Aliss Maary
NItr. II. 11. Sitephen)$, with \Iis Janic
And tien came the beautiful, blutsh
ing bride on the ai of tle handsome
groom. 'I'hey were then confronted by
iev. .1. L Hood, who, in ia beautiful
cerem'nony delivered in his ebar"aeteris
tie. easy st.3 le, pronounc'ed thel lihus
baind and wife. After receiving the
mlany heat'y congratuilations and best
wisles from their ially friends they
repaired to the dining roomll, followed
by the attendants, and partook of a
sumnptuous slipper that was awaiting
thein. ''he supper wits so exclelint
and so well prepared that we wi!l not,
risk otu' power of description inl report
ing it. Suflice it to say b that it was 'ne
of those sutpl1is that. only the best. Of
cooks know how to priepare.
The house wa s artistically decorated
with holly,, roses and ech rysanlthemum11Ils.
The bride ilts many friends in Liis
coulnmunity, atnd L,boy (certainlly rememl
bered her on this occasionl, for three
tables were filled with heautiful and
costly presents which, space will not
permit, us to entmerate.
The bridal part,y left on tIle following
dity, Thanksgiving day, for the home
of the groom's father, Mr. I'. .1. Ste
p,hens, near Silver Street, where they
were given ia grand reception.
We wish for this young couple iL
wedded lifo mar'ked by its liapliness
and longevit"y. C.
Ga111in itsg WIdo e clilt autlom.
As i cure for rhiltilatnisih) ('hlauIther
lain's Paini Itauli is gaiing it wide rep.
utattion. D. 11..Johntston of Itichtnondl,
Ind., hllas been troub'.ed with the al.
Inent since ltii.. In speaking of It he
says: "1 never founI anything that
would relieve Ilue nulill I used ('haml
I 'rlains I Pain lialml. I tr acts lilke magie
with le. Iy foot WI'S swolen and
pained mti1 very much, but one good
anpilention of Pain RRain ridleved mtte."
For sale by W. E. PeIham, Druggist.
Opera House, Friday Night,
Dec. 15, 8.30 O'Clock
Shakespeare ad l'opular Selections
MISS MANRGARET KLEIN,
TillC NOTED EEOCUJTI ON ST.
Under aus p ices of the
Base Ball Association
of Newberry College.
*, OmeOO ut and1( enIjoy a plean'4t, andc
pi)itableoV) veingl, and1( at the same1
ti,1n1 encouirage and( hel1p the( liase I allI
Miss5 K leini cmes hiigh)ly~ reconnnllIiend.
(d ats an1 clocuinist, and( her' interpret
attioni of Shiakespear'e is especially line.
She has the highest t,est,imon0))ials from
noted scholars and1( edca Ct.ors inI the
State-men ini whosc ( judgment the plo
pie of New berry haive the ultmlost, con
fidenc00euc as Dri. Carliisle, oif Wof
ford College, Dr'.. oynecs, of Sou th Car'o
I lia College, Dr). EGvans, of Coilmbia,
Lct ovei y lover' of our1 National
Game, andl who deOsires to see Good
Base Ball in Newberry next spring
1'rice, 15 anld 25 cents. Scurc good1
seats by reserv ing them at Schli,s
TO THE LOVERS OF
Oomuo and soe our hiaundsomoe dis
W hich we offer at prices to suit ovory
one's pookot. Don't be afraid to
como and1 look, Ovon if you don't buy13.
WVo consider it a pleasturo io show
our goods. You won't know what
we havo unless yon comUo arid look.
Wo also have on hand a very artistic
Calendars for 1900.
Don't Forget the Place.
DR. . H. GRE' 80118 1wD Y. tlanta fr e
E NGAGEMVE NT
.....N EX T.....
-: FIAY AD SATRAY
DECEMBER 8T HAND 9TH
T : ut,ro It Orga ii/t iIn of its
I\indl in1 ;\ I-"ric,t.
Supr ('aI . ' Splendid-- -rus, \lagl nili
ien) ('L)-tunne+, l)wesen t ing
N.\I'1' IY -I) - - - A l I\I\
SA1T'I Z I)A Y N l(;I1' - 'Ti1 N A;LA \ I'
In>N ' OIn; 1 '
1a 2111 Iuf lballl'e Sattllay.
....DANIELS & 0.O..
WE HAVE BOUGHT THE
Watches, Gloccs, Jcwclry Eyc
ol'sscs, S1icclaclcs, Sliycnai'C, Etc.
Former"1ly bl)tIngingr to I )(nieIs & Co.,
and1L will continuttc lth butSinezn
undeI(r theo samiUn namnn att
ltho Hatnt stand.
ic ohthmp id an 411-hcap
W' Iav1O just. ree ived ia lo. of (hrist -
111S (oods, tUl will continuto to
1ec(1ivo Nev (loods overy wek Un
til C'hristauiis. W iI LIveIt Ii; lrt,
of EIonny mal tilver Novelties
abl)oUt 1lho Ilt or 1'21ht of I)eemn
We Solicit a Share of Your
J. GUY DANIELS,
E. G. WILLIAMSON,
DANIELS & CO.
S. what shall I
PRES E NTS?"
and1( he . 11L will 'ive you aO fw ideas1, viz:
1\ I1 I U( lIkS, in Gobl, Sil ver an d
Wrouigh, Iron linishi.
CA N1):r A BIILA, in Gol, Wi-ought
Ir fin(i sh111 and in l".'i ine.
SM10K I NG NiTS, ink SItands, P aper
weight,1 s, St at.ionery', I> 'tuLes VC\ases
andc Luoving Cuips.
W '- s'r M A IN s'r i.:i.:'r.
A , Ia t inig ma,kes it 'tik. TIha.t Is
w.hy we keep('0 Ivelst ingly atL it, aLbout
WVe won't, Jlt its good q 11ili,cs 1 e
overl1ooked. T1he bes, line) or I looks
antd staLt,ionery3 in t COuntrLy 1- is .1 ti
here in this store, and the leb-ite chI
artLICle iis sold4 atL shlld compel)0 yOn to
bCcomIC a~ lifelong iustomeri of 01urs.
Planitat,lon Ii high~ state I eniivation
ont good termis. Good sIx roomt dI well
ing, tenant houses8, good1 stables, barin
andII gin hom,e, good waLter', good1 orch
arId -cch he andCIC. 1 chool c(1OJ01 onenint
A pply to Ml. M1. IIlm.'ono,
Nov. 3.,1899. New ery .
Of tllc Collitioil of The NeWbci'y Savigigs
Ci11K of Nowlry, S. C., at the losg
of Bllsiiicss Sulltcibc' 30,1899. Fllb
lislicul ill Coiforily Willi ai Act of the
I''uriiitu r,' and I'ixt.ures . 1.300 00
Iue fronm othc Iini ..k.. ;i:Ul :3:3
(ollel-ion aceoilt-.............. . 104 75
AV4 rl'tfIS Me tIre to un) u n.
sttt1 l ....................... 667 8:3
('alital'.-.--.-.--.... $-)('0,00 0o
I'rolit. I8 less txl e1 , laidl... 11,104 :14
lvi nd1 unJItiii............... -1.I3 00
('a; i.r's cht'ck out,
slandlin, ;........... :8' 1:3
Itnk l >i) its...... 13,0t; 81
I nilividual depos..
it....... ........ " :; 21 -$12,625 18
1hili., payable-. -............ .10,153 iI
I 'erusoIn 1 ItPPaIl redI bel ffor' ie, ,. 1'.
No rool, I'ashi'r of above naued
Iaink, who be'in~ )luly sworn, says the
above st.1int'tllint is correct, to the best
of his Ln wevId g(I at4Ind helicf.
.1. I. N ItW )I), (ashier.
Sworn to before mIn this t-hir(1 (11dy of
\V . C . T)'in.:i , i. s.
0. I )' . I.I I. I: .
BASKE T S.
Flancy Idiau Baiskets in
all n higns at. the
(hlristnas Iree I iskets.
(:111dly an<l 1"ruii t. Basket.s.
( )Ili(e 1 Sk('tS.
Any kilnd anl a>ny' pric'e.
WNI' hav.e D?Ollsf'romi 1e. up
See ouIr' y window lisl)ay.
We a1e 1'eceiig and open
ing l) n('w g oO(ds every (ay.
Every tlihing sol chcap.
I desire to)(11 call 1 yoriatt oti to ai
largoI line of .(Ldi(e' Ki al loves,
lon's8 Aistri kani A lia anid Casiliinoe
G loves, 1'lon,'s an<dl Laiesj' Han~dkor
a.lon's aind I Ladies' Un rdervosts ; also0,
Su'ECIA L VA LUES
in D)ress Gioods,Silks aind F"lanlsl and
Hamiiiltoni, Browni & CJo. G4ood Shoes,
all now~ and1( deseralo andl theo thing
y'our fiendsol will appijrecinto as11
Aly. pr1ICes arlo lower thanit any
houso8 ini the city( for goods of thre
Hamlo valueo. I also hrave ai nice lino
of D1olls for tho little folks. Combs,
Brushes, T1oi lot Soaps, P orfuimery,
Whittomani Black anid Tanw Polish, 8c.
COME TO SEE BE
A. C. JONES.
Necwberry, S. C., Decemuber' 5, 189.
["ine Watiches, JHIings, Buroaches, Studs,
Slectve andl in k Huittons, Silver
Novel tics;Nil ve~r Table WVare,
(uL GJ1ls, Gold aind Sil
ver1 SpLctclesCn aind
T OY S & DO LLS
WVhich we wvill close out, as we will
discon11 tio kooping them.
JEWELERt AND OPTICIAN*