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Corrected every Tuesday ai.' l riday
1y Summor Bros.
M eat ................................. 6(?tiic.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
Il am s.................................. 12(a)l4c.
]ost Lard .......................... 74(te8 e.
Best Molasses, new crop...... (0c;.
Good Mola ases..................... 25(0150c.
Corn ................................... (i0c.
M cal ................................. 55c.
lay ................ ................ 75c.
W heat B1r a..................... $1.00.
1st Paten Wi o-................. $1.75.
2nd B'; t Plour.................... $1.25.
St'dit Flour ........................ $4.00.
Uood Ordinary Flour...........$firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sugar ...................... ......... 5 (&6c.
Colf e ................................. I )0 5c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... '1.15.
3alo iulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15(a20c.
Eggs, per dozen .................. 12.c.
Chickens, each..................,. 121(a)20c.
Peas, per bushel................. '75e.
Corn, per bushel.................. SSc.
Oats, pr bushel.................. 35(a;40c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 40(iu50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. (i(r) 8e.
Fodder, per wt .................. 60(t?r5c.
COTTON MA It K E'.
(Corrected Semi-Weekly by J. w. Gary & Co.)
Good M iddling.i
Good M iddlin ...................... ?
Low Grades ............................ ti
J. It. Clark, Peoria, Ill, says, ''Sur
geons wanted to operate on ine for piles,
but I cured them with DeWitt's Witch
I lazel Salve.'' It is Infallible for pies
tied skin disease:. Beware of counter
felts. Roerbtson & (ii Ider.
Service at St. Luatte.
Rtt. Rev. 'llison Capers Will hold
-vice in the Episcopal Church Thurs
lay afternoon at 4 o'clock. Pubiic in
DeWitt's Little Early Iisers purify the
ilood, clean the liver, invigorate the
cystem. Fatous liltie piils for COtsti)t1
ion and liver troubles. Robertson &
Ladies' and Children's Jackets re
luced to actual New York cost.
f&t2t. C. & O. S. Mower Co.
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. - STUAR' lrnos.
1E. H. LEctManager. t&ftf
I,uportan t Noaicn.
Parties owing me by note, account
r otherwise must settle at once.
t&f 6t F. A. ScuUMPEIer, Agent.
in front of the Lutheran Church in
his city. Owner can getsame by prov
ng property and paying for this ad.
Apply at this ollice. 1t.
Public MissioInary Mecting.
The woman's missionary society of
he Lutheran Church will hold a spe
ial meeting next Sunday night In the
hurch building', Rev. M. G. G. Scherer
ill deliver an address on the subject
f missions and a special collection will
e taken for thecause. Public invited.
Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says,
'Our h)aby was covered with r'unninir
tores. DeWitt's Witch h azel Salve cured
her." A speciflc for.. piles and skim) dis
Pases. B3eware of worthless counterfeits.
I.tobertson & Gilder.
IH you racd any columns, balusters Or
turned wvork get our pirices before you
buy. We willl save you money. Satis
faction gu aran teed. STUA Itr BRos.
E. [H. LESLIE, Manager. t&f tf.
Patterns are sold strictly for cash,
and are nmot exchangeable.
tf. S Jf. Wooten.
Thursday, the 14th, we will have
opened a line of beautiful goods, and
sk you to come and see them, We
'ill keep openf every night until 9
'clock up to Xmas eve.
1t The Jeweler.
A ChiristJma Marriage.
Car'ds are out announcing the marri
ge in Columbus, Gai., on the 25th in
tant, Christmas day, of Mr. Jas. F".
dens, Jrt., and Miss Annie Laurie,
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. HI. ick
rt. Miss Dickert, Is the daughter of
ir'. W. H1. Dickert, a native of this
>unty, who loft here for Atlanta soy
cal years ago. They have many friends
nd r'elatives in Newberry.
"I was nearly dead wilth dlyspepsia,
led doctors, vIsited mineral springs,
id grew worse. 1. used Kodlo D)yspep
Cure. That curedl me." It (digests
hat you cat. Cures Indigestion, sour
omach, heartburn and all forms of
spepsia. Robertson & Gilder.
If you need columns, balusters or any
ncd work, get our prices before buy
g. We will save you money. Satis
ctlon guaranteed. STU A r flios.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&f tf.
Alittle over-stoeked on Jackets,
erefore you can buy any Jacket in
r~ store at exactly whan we paid for It.
fA t,2. Mower Co.
Plantation in high stato cultivation
good terms. Good six room d well
stenant houses, good stables, barn
d gin house, good water', good orch
i-churches and school conven'ient
Apply to M. M. BUFoinD,
Newborry, B. C.
Nov. 3, 1899. tf
Hlarness, Wagons, B3uggies
oves and every thing in omi
ne, AS WE WANT TO RI
VAIoUS AND ALL Alnc Ur.
hre auditor's notice.
Yesterd+ay was a gloomy day.
Christmas is only two wceks off.
The Leo Stock Company at the opera
Augusta had. a $500,000 fire Sunday
Mr. E. 11. 1'awley is at A. C. Jones'
until after the holidays.
I'ostmaster F1air spent a day or two
in Orange'burg the past week.
The rain started Sunday, and con
cluded with a downpour last night.
M r. l.duard Scholtz has received and
put In position in his store a handsome
Mrs. Dr. E. C. Jones was called to
Cokesbury last week on account of the
Illness of her father.
Miss Addle and little Miss Anna
Hulett, of Greenwood, are visiting rel
atives at Mr. C. F. lloyd's.
lion. Colo. L. Bliase went to Char
leston yesterday to attend a meeting
of the Board of Visitors of the Citadel
Mr. W. R. )enning, of Benson, N.
C., who has been on a visit at Mr. E.
Cavanaugh's, will leave for his home
The Rt. Rev. Ellison Capers, Bishop
of the Dloicese of South Carolina, will
visit Newberry on Thursday, 14th inst.,
and hold service at St. L.uke's (colored)
Mission at night.
Mr. N. It Lester, of Julia, reports to
us, which is consider an excellent
yield, 1:37 gallons of syrup and 2,100
stalks banked, from 2,360 yards planted
in sugar cane.
M r. 1". W. Smith, of Columbia, was in
the city yesterday. He came up to col
lect rents and make contracts for an
other year, being a large land owner
the land lying on Saluda siver.
Treasurer Boyd requests us to state
that he has only three more weeks in
which to collect taxes, and that not
one main out of twenty has paid. Be in
time and avoid the rush at the last.
Mr. A. C. ''homason, of the county,
has a portion of the lumber on the
ground to build his residence in Brook
lyn. He has come to the city and will
open a confectionery and fruit business
next to N. Y. Morris on Law Range.
We have been requested to state that
Messrs. Bertram & Willard will appear
here in January under the auspices
of the Daughters of the Confederacy.
Their entertainmelits need no com
nents on our part. They have been here
before and the people know what to
expect from this announcement.
On the Liquor Question.
Senator Appelt, of Manning, has pre
pared a bill to introduce in the next
Senate providing for local option on
the liquor question. It provides for
the submitting at the general election
the questions of prohibition, dispensary
and license to the qualified electors of
On account of Christmas Holidays
the C., N. & L. R. R. Company will
sell round trip tickets to any point,
where regular tickets are on sale East
of the Mississippi and South of the
Potomac andl Ohio rivers, including
Washington, at rate of one and one
third regular fare for the round trip).
Tickets on sale, December 22, 23, 24,
25 and 26, also 30, 31 and Janaury 1st
and 2nd with final limit January 4th
1900. For further information call on
E. Cavenaughi, Agt., C., N. & L. Rail
road Company Newberry, S. C.
Iiolidaiy Btta Viam. routit-rn I1tilway.
The Southern Railway has announced
rates of one and one-third fare for the
round trip from all of the stations in
the South eastern Passengerm Asesocla
tion. Tickets on sale December 22nd,
23rd, 24th, 25th and 30th, 31st, January
1st, limited to return January 4th,
To students of schools and colleges,
upon presentation of certificates signed
by the Superintendents, Principals, or
Pr'esidents, tickets will be sold Decem
ber 15th to 21st Inclusive, with final
limIt Jan. 4th, 1900.
For full Information and Pullman
reservation,'call on dany agent of this
R. W. H UN'r, T. P. A.
Our loss, your gain. All our Jankets
to go atactualnfist cost without reserve.
f&t2t. Mower Co.
In order to give
benefit of our
Sale we will con
tinue it until
Dtluta at OrruareUu,g Iasat NIght.
Special to Herald and News.
The herald and News received ti
following special from Orangeburg th
morning announeing the appointmen
Orangeburg, S. C., Dec. 12.- Newbel
berry Station--Itev. W. I. Iferbert.
Factory --1tev. "J. W. Speake.
Newberry Cirenit---tv. ). H1. Boyt
Prosperity-Rev. V. It. Ariail.
Presiding EIlder-Rev. R. A. Chili
W. W. DANILI:,.
iCEPOlRT TO ATrOtNI'CY GENERiAI.
Soliitor Seaue Mies Ilia ieport or ti
Crlminal Cuases Dispoed Of.
Solicitor T. S. Sease, of this circuil
has completed his annual report, wh Ic
was yesterday forwarded to I ho Attoi
ney General at Columbia. This repot
covers all of the criiniual eases di
posed of during the year in the Sevent
This report shows the following it
ter.ting facts. For the whole circuil
181 per cent. of the cases consideret
resulted in a verdict of guilty. H3u
this report does not include the larg
number of cases nol prossed before tru
bills were rendered by the grand jur,
In the report, cases with more than on
defendant are counted only as one cast
Where there are several couits in a
indic'ment only the most serious ar.
counted. It does not include appeal
from Magistrates nor cases thrown ou
before true bills were f:und,
The record by counties is as followt
Spartanburg-Nol prossed 22: no
guilty 11; guilty 76.
Union County-Nol prossed 26; no
guilty 7; guilty 29.
Newberry County-Nol prossed 6; n
guilty 3; guilty 26.
Greenwood County-Nol prossed -1
not guilty 3; guilty 21.
Laurens County-Nol prossed 19: no
guilty 8; guilty 26.
Grand total-Nol prossed 77; nc
guilty :12; guilty 178.-Spartanbur;
Please add to your list:
Pifer Residence, 28.
Coleman Exchange, 136.
M. M. Buford, SheritT's 0111ce, 153.
Mrs. H. 1H. Franklin, Residence, 11
t&f2t. L. W. FLov'.
At the Opera IIouse.
The Lee Stock Company holds th
boards at the opera house this weel
Their engagement began Monda
night and will end Wednesday night
"The Heart of Cuba" was presented b
the company last night to a small at
dience. The musical turn by Denick
& Holt, the Georgia Crackers, and th
dancing and singing by the little girl
deserve special mention.
WeT desire in this public way to em
press our app)recietion of and sincer
thanks for the many kindnesses and al
tentions of our friends in the last illnes
of our brother, Jas. WV. Cromer. Whil
feeling very grateful to all, we wvat
especially to thank our physician an
miniister~ for their untiring elforts.
Words can but feebly express th
warm grat,itude of our hearts, whic
gocB out t.o all our friends.
Mr. and Mrs. RI P. Cromer.
Mr. W. D. Goodman died at his homi
in this city yesterday mornin
after an Illness of several weeks wit
Bright's Disease. He was 412 years
age. He came to Newberry froi
Saluda County about 12 years ago an
has been clerking and doing a mercar
tile business almost continuously sine<
unt,il his recent Illness. His rca-ain
were carried to Saluda today for' burla
W ANTrED, SEVERAL PELSON
for D)istrict 0O1cc mranagers I
this State to represent me in their ow
and surrounding counties. Willing t
pay yearly $600, p)ayable weekly. De
sirable employment with unusual oi
portunities. References exchange<
Enclose self addressed stamped enve
ope S. A. Park, 321 Caxton B3uildini
Chicago. t. l16t.
For Sale at
SA LT ER'I
12 Pictures in1l2Secornd
The largest assortmer
of Picture Frames
flearu the lh idYou Have Atwa 80U
M11en's and Boy's Clothing and Shoes in a
e Nearly Iifty yearis of experience forewar
Is oois on A pril 15 last., fully 60 day
above zoods now at -7e. on the do
i goois at les t1Ian othe-S had to pa.
to save Imot:cy t .ado at t,l One-i'r
$1.25 and the same goods to anothe
drop down 2.e. at each oifer lut.i
stnre---all custoneis buy at the sa
Ladies should seo our Black 1)ress Good
(ash1eres, llenriettas, iatcka!I
Re( "'mem,ber it. is it pleasure and (lot.
.---very custOlier t.ritdinlg with
T111: 1).%N 'A'CA RI) OPIEIA ('Oil'ANY.
Uitioubtilly the liest Cthnpanly That tina
EAaur Appetre d on the Now.
1 ar, y hltiagi.
The first real treat to the Newberry.
t theatre goers was the a ppearance at
the opera house last t"riday and Sat or
Ii dany nights of the eel :brted I)un l'aek
aIdrl Opera ('om pany a'1d orehestra.
Friday night the company appeared
t in the niewest merry conmie opera, "Said
l Pasha," and delighld the audience.
whiel' wits coimlpost-d of some of our
e hest citizens and moste ompetent erities
e of operatic music.
Saturday after"noon "Olivette" was
U pr"esented as the mitinee bill, and it
Wits witnessed by one of the largest, a nd
1 most refined audienets of ladies and
e children ever secun in t1h opera house
s and hey were so well pleased that they
t. returined at, nighit, to see t he pret.t y lit
tie opera, '"Mascot.''
Seldom is ia Newherry auditne.. as
t well pleased as at. this perforlanlce.
At all three perfortuances the an
t dience was simply catrrie( away
with the mnagniicent production of
t each hill. The whole company was
composed of art.ists, buit a notice would
b incomplete wit,hout special mention
of \lmnte Walker, who kept, his audi
t ce in a roar of lau;glter ovel' his
originatl fun that lie so contintiou sly
t served out to them, especially in Mas
cot as "Prince i'orenzo,' and Gilbo-t,
Clayton as HoCco. Miss Chariot ta (il
man, who had the role of "Hettina, the
Mascot," was decidedly the favorite
with the audience, and her every 11num
bet' was repeatedly encored. Not oiy
in voice was she perfct, but her act,ing
of the part was most pleasing, and her
good looks and pleasing personalty at
once captivated the entire crowd. Rliss
Kirkwood, as Fianetta," had only a
small patt, but it was delightfully aet
c ed and was well sung. Charles Holmes'
sweet tenor and easy mtanners had wide
Y scope in the role of -"P'ippo," which
part he played perfectly.
Tbce chorus was large, of good voice,
. capable and well handled in the bright
e clean and handsome costumncs that were
e a pleasing feature of tile Centrtainment,
s presenting a pretty picture.
It is a first-class company of compe
tent artists and will please wherever
t,hey go. Mtr. Paickardi prIomised to
.play a return date here inl the spr'ing,
andl whlen hIe does will be received by
C lar'ge audiences.
e DIISASFRLOUS FiltE SWEESCPS AUGU81TA.
At Early itlour Ti Morning-l.osa la
SiJ5oo,(Ioo-A rltugton ilotel Abla,za
-PIauic JiIteiged in tho Ar
C liungitn Ilotei whteun
FiI"re Wasi Ils
Augusta, GIa., D)ecembeir 10, 3:12 a. im.
-The large wholesale aind r'etail st,olre
of J1. B. White is in Ilames ad will be0
entir'ely destroyed. The whole block,
e including tile Arilinlgtonl hotel, seems
g doomied atpre'sent,.
hi The lire is not under' contirol yet. It,
Ifstarted ait twenty miiiutes of 3 o'clock
n1 in the r'ear' of the secondi story of J1. 11.
dWhite's wholesale storc andli r'anges a
whlole block on l'111s str'eet. On Br'oad
~'str'eet it, takes in six stores anld prlob
sably the Arlinlgton hotel. 10stimat.es
n.tow, while tihe lire is bturning, is $500,
S On Biroad strecet it,ranges ftrom Dor'"s
nl to the ArlIngt.on hotel, Including Schad
n ar'ess's fr'uit, atnd confectionery stor'e, J.
B. White & Co.'s dtry goods, Ar'lington
-annex, F"rank Meycr's's cigar store, J.
-. Millet' Walker, gonts' furnishing;
-Stulh's noda fountain aind r'estaurliant, a
barber shop and saloon and pr'obably
the Ar'lington hlotel. Chi ef ILtoulet,t
says the whole of J. B. White's utpp~er
story was butrned out when the depart
The gulests of the Arlington were0
awakened as soon as the flrce was dis
cover'ed, but, pandemonium reignedo and
much of thle drumlnmer's goods set for
show will lhe lost.
Chief Rloulett, has telegrapi~hed t.o Ma
con and Savannah for help.
Rtobbed the Oiravo.
A startling Incident, of which Mr.
Johni OlIver of' Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated bly himti as followvs:
S"I was in a most dlreadlful condition.
1 My skin was ailmostycliow,eyes sunken,
tonlg uo coatcd, paini contInually In
S back and sies, no appetIte-gradually
growIng weaker day by dlay. Three
phiyslclans had given mei up). Fortu
natel y, a friend advised trying Elec
trio Bitters; and1( to my great joy alnd
surprise, the first bottle mlade a decIded
improvement. I contInued theIr tuso
for three weeks, and uam now a well
man. I kno w they saved my lif'e, and
robbed the grava of' another-vlctlim."
INo one should fall to try them. Only
50 oe., guaranteed at all Drug Stores.
I An Exception to the Rlute.
t A shop wher'e you can got what you
want and when you want it.
f LETSTIr., Manage. t.&ftf
PS CASH STORE HAS $'JO
%r o W-L wI 110,03
tLI the latest st.yles tas, nn iels, I)ress Goods, T'Inim tuning.;, lialle I.'brtloid.
Is, SLoi'klings, (Iove" s, Cotr0 e't5. Shirtts, I tIndIorslhitt .
-nl'd us t,hat. anl lttl%anc il n p il'1" wasl int italeIt, andl we tontrattedl fo,r tlw'
bfort+ tlhe goods were lutoe. W' arte, Ihrlefort, in a losition to ofet'r the labov
iarl of wh1:t the saine gooIs wo.lI cost today, anId we et sell you the abov(
y for them that, have recently boullt t,ir ci roolls in New Vork: so if you watt
ice Store, where t hetre is nto .lwitn , no selling to otne tu"+toinellr at, $1.00, anolthe
r custo:mter at $1l.5). We will not ash :1.0H) for a boy's suit, of clothes aund tlheu
l we eutme down to $1.,tl as othe's do. We will not. allow any i sltn gamt ie in oul
,t.hn' Silk \lohair l e o s il"illianltinl(S, hit'ilian litmt"lays, Brit tlmes, A\lparas,
It S'tiitg! atl I .a 'l'l \\t eaves are th t iat.t" l)1ro"0dletions of I.'oei t'n' t h>oms.
a l tt to showt g ,..t 1d" , ule we n t I ttia tm it plit e tttit,i to all, t
S 1,CASHS.TO RE
1s w'i ' i ia nice ires''ent I'n It
SOUTIERN S110 RTH A N I) AND B 1 I N ?58 UNIVELI9'Y
PUPILS 12E:CEIVED AT ANY TI.lE.
POl~ (lttOitteil reaitll' :llIt'1 takiCtlr al tIo "I'
POSI ION I'm e " ":;'( "adSIO:
IIAN I) in this old a d r'liable itlstitnt'(n. ((ver S,t(It Graduates. Send fot
large catalogue. G;ratl winter olpeninr .lan. I to 1.
Atr. r .AtA, (a'.
A . ' Ilil;l:-; ,l I'r(',. I.. \W . .\I;N1,I.1 \'.['acs,
IS ....SS .~? Dl~
To all who make their purchases from our
well selected stock of
Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Candy,
In fact everything that goes to make Christmas
for young and old.
Fire Crackers and Fa orks
JUST RE OEIVED FROM FACTORY.
We have no old stock from jobbers. Give us e
call. Yours, &c ,
BRIDGE TO LET.
ND CTMMiEli 21"ST, 1890, A TO H O E S
eleven o'cl o . I will let to
the lowest reHItspnsle biddler the
Werts brtidge across Litt,le r'i verl at te
M~ike Wer't c. ligt reservedl to i
reject anLadull i s . A 1k,
j. tny PIL .gt AT.He L
Trespass Notice. plyo
W , Til UND)MitSICNMD, iD ) ONVI
bc tb forb(1 any and~t aLll patites I1
fromi huntng ori otherwIse trespassing t ut
up any lands(1 In our charge by person il v fora rcs oe
or .,tock. tOsOke. o'tIt rid.
WN. C. Brown. J1. C. S. Brown. tiottllo,ovnfyo(lI'hu
J1. J. H1. Brown. H.* C. Wilsont. y ()('ilritILPOsiotoso
(4. JT. WNilsont. A. C. Tlhomaoson.
-NOTIOE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. o d0h' t ltt IVryibi
. htIwill makeIC Ia final seLthmntl
nthesaeof Matt,ie Oxnnr, a inor'. C ritna C rd
in thte Probate Court for Newb)erriy
Count,y, 8. C., oin Monday, the 1st dany
of .January, A. D). 19100, and will immne
diately thereafter apply fot' Letter'sC ln asfr1 0
THfOMAS L4. JOHNSON,
GuarId Ian for satid mninotr.
December I, 1899.t..
IN ORDtERi TOCrLOSE OUT ifi'at STOc R O'
wil fr hcex .0 lns,301 veytin C(omo? anl e ou aism i
at GREA|rI1Y RI'8lNUCE[lil'ICES
W hich o of.o at ' p it to sutit ver
Is n5a ait ha. nuld. I lavo youstiolct.
od your gifts for tho littlo o118 and
Sriend Couo to tho
We will 111) yol and it won't. Cot
m tuch oither. W o list t;omeo of tho
thin+;s no( have opond up:
at plctiy, in fact wo lotght too many,
ma 1l will i lt tlemt go cho)p.
IDoll I I)'ad1,
I)oll Shows anl S oclings,
I), ll SwIings, D)oll Fur"niturc,
I..atstors, Piano0s, Toa svis,
I )vcorat (1 Tini, I'owir and
('htnt SI'tts, D oll Tro"u ks,
Toy Ist/)oH, B1alls, arb-Is,
W\ hipsH, Tinl '.l'by,
Iron 'l'oys, liat.tlers, Watces,
('hilhrn's Pic(tnIur l:i,
A. I '. C. Iihoc k, I l I lamm mrs,
I llt , ('orn P te st 1 10,
Amncl wo swll -oil frosh P(p) (urn (-,
1-'ney I;,Islot:t for I'rnits m111 Cati.
\W'ork I.tHkc't, \a:cs,
:.1)p", hatncc'rS and p latles,
I'ockot I\niVI'S ttd S isso1s,
Sa1d I runS, 'I' y Lamps,
Soaups, ('olognies, .1r1ooches,
1 1 1In iti ;, Pi , l CuSIou1S,
\V i'"t ,'ots, 1olt unckles,
I'otmpoltlour mad )rossing Combs,
.irrors, iltaclkerchil'fs, andtc1 other
A frosh supply of (:lanldies for tho
Wo'1 havo not 81paco to mnontiont
t'vorything, so in vilo you to comto and
a1 ko ia look.
We Give Premium Dis
co _-., Checks!
I detsirto to caitl 3l yonrtat 0.ontion to a
lar1go lin o of La4td ies' Kull (Glove01,
in Drtess Gioods,Silksanltd I tF la lad
lamitltont, rtown &i Co (1G ood Shioes,
house81 inl till city for goods of thle.
of D)olls fot thll lit IIle folks. Combs1),
l3besItI, TJoilet Soap1)s, IPerfumriiy,
\Vhittomani Black andt Tan11 Po0ls, 8e.
COME TO SEE BE
Newberry, S. C, I)deember 5, l89P.
['ine \Va1tches0, Ritn, I iroaches, St,uds,
SIeeve and11 Link l itn, iver'
Novelt.Ies, Sil1 ver Tale Warte,
Cut,. Glass, Gold and S11
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