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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TAT E1) CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will be held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 7.30. Visiting Knightu cordially
welcomed. THOt)S. E. EPTING,
K. of I. and S.
Crotwell hotel Bullding.
NF Ws4e1L"% MAI KIT.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat. ... ...................... 6(@7e.
Shoulders ........................... 7c,
Hams... .......................... 12()1'c.
Bost Lard .......................... 8(90.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 60c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@50c.
Corn .................................. 600.
1 cal ..... .. .... ................. 600.
U ay .... ............................ 75e.
W heat Bra ........................ $1.10.
I st Pate 't Floar.................. $4.75.
2nd Bes, Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait FloUr........................ $4.00.
Good 0 d'eary Flour...........$3.00()3.50.
Sug ar ......................... 5(o'6.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.15.
Bale kiolls, per cwt............ 35u.
Euf ' , per lb .................... 15@ 20c.
Eggs, Ti.3 (10 etn ................. 100.
Ch'c e -i, eacii.................... 124@020c.
Peas, pe - b; hel.............. 85c.
Corn, per b1hl.............. 55c.
Oats, por 'shol............... 35(&40c.
Sweet potatoes .................. 4 '50c.
Turkets, per lb .................. Sc.
Fodder, per cwt .................. 60a)75c.
Look out for Purcell & Co.'s ad
vertisemont. t&fl f.
The JIegInu,ng of Lent.
The lenten season begins this week,
tomorrow, Wednesday, being Ash Wed
nesday, so the social gaieties to some
extent will be abandoned during the
forty days of self-denial.
M. B. Smith, Butternut, Michigan,
says, "DeWitt's Little Early Risers are
the very best pills I ever used for cos
tiveness, Ilver and bowel troubles."
Robertson & Gilder.
If you want Co"n, I'lour, Molasses,
Sugar or Bacon, step into C. J. Pur
cell & Co. and get prices before buying.
We will savo you good money. ft
The entire store is one big bargain
counter at this time. It will pay you
to buy a suit or an overcoat now to lay
aside for next season at Jamiesous. tf
The examination for teachers' cer
tificates was held in the Court House
on Friday. Superintendent Higgins
infos ms us that there were eleven ap
plicants-nilne colo"ed and two whites.
To secure the original witch hazel
salvo, -ask for DeWitt's Which Hazel
Salve, well known as a certain oure for
piles and skin diseases. Beware of
counterfeits. They are dangerous. Rob
ertson & Gilder.
We have about 10,000 bushels best
white and mixed Corn we will sell for
55) ets. per bushel.
C. J, Purcell & Co. tf
List Telephonte Subscribers.
Please add to your list
WV. HI. Lominick (Res.) - - 125
Rleeder's Pharmacy - - 133
1t. L. W. FLOYD.
If you need any columns, balusters or
turned work get our pi'ces before you
buy. We-willI save you money. Satis
fact.ion guaranteed. STUART Bnos.
I'. H. LusLio, Manager. t&f tf.
llee ,n G u,ble. 1.
Four negroes, Ed HIartner, Mack
Jackson, Will Speaemnan and Ed Bod'.e,
were up be'ore Intendant Sboekicy, of
H elena, F '.:day Io.. ga-nbl'ng. Helogave
them $5 or th"Nty davs each. They
paid the floe.
Lewis A ckerman, Goshon, 3nd., says,
"D)eWitt's Little Early Risers always
bring certain relieve cure my headache
and never gripe." They gently cleanse
and invlgoaato the bowels and liver.
Robertson & Gilder.
We will sell y ou best pat. F"our at $-t.20
"" " "' " 2nd pat. " "' *3 85
We will sell you best Standard Gran
ulated Sugar at Ego.
We will sell you Bacon at Oc.
We will sell you Pecan best molasses
at 25c. d. J. Purcell & Co. tf.
Bound Over to Court.
OnMooday Magistrate Chappell
budJohn Eigner, colored, over to
the sessions court on a charge of aqsaumt
and battery with intent to kill, on the
per'son of Mr. D. C.. Flynn. Elgnor
Waived the preliminary and was bound
Over in the sum of $200. Ho gave a
Mr's. Hlarriott Evans, H insdale. 1ll.,
Srites, "I never fall te relieve my chil
4ren from croup at once by usIng On,e
1iinute Cough Cure. I would not feel
t8ewithout it." Quickly cures coughs
Mds, grippo and all throat and lung
sieases. Robertson & Gilder.
The OIli Court.
-The civil court is In session here this
leek. Only one case was entered Into
lesterday and It~ has not yet been fin
hbed. It was the case of LulaHE. Suber
l. .T. Ilerry Richards, ad ministrator.
EChGRS B3ROS, "1847"
?IVE8, FORK8 ? SPOONS
Received: also, some of the Pretty
R.::AN3 :-: 91C:-: US
You~rs for trade,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUr.
Read Purcell & Co.'s locals.
Saturday night was another swinger. f
Cotton is quoted this morning at 81. a
Easter will fall on April 15th this 1
Capt. S. J. McCaughrin left yesterday C
for Augusta. c
We had a slight sprinkle of snow b
Monday morning. t
J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq., of Green
wood, is in the city.
Mr. A. J. Cook spent Sunday and
Monday in Columbia.
C. P. Sanders, Esq., of Spartanburg, a
is here attending court. a
lion. M. F. Ansel, of Greenville, is a
attending court here this week.
L. W. Perrin, Esq., of Abbeville, was
in the city yesterday attending court.
James Monroe, Esq.. of Union, is in (
the city, having business wivh the 1
A gentleman was registered at "The 1
Newberry" yesterday from Habana, i
Hear the Quaker evangelist at the
O'Neall Street Methodist Church to
Mr. Will C. Riieder came up from
Columbia and spent. Sunday with his
At Opera House tomorrow night.
Girl from Chilli in a roaring farce
Purcell's prices are knock-out blows v
and the other merchants are wonder- t
ing how he does it.
Mr. Jno. M. Schumpert announces a
himself in this paper as a candidate for e
M r. E. B. Prather left yesterday for m
Augusta with his family, where they u
will make their future home.
Very few people are attending court
this week. The court house has some
what of a deserted appearance.
Several farmers in from the country
on Monday report that nearly all the a
oats have been killed by the cold.
M iss Lizzie Bates, of Batesburg, ar
rived in Newberry yesterday on a visit
to her sister, Mrs. W. T. Tarrant.
Postmaster W. Y. Fair is off on a
business trip to Cokesbury, Greenville
and Atlanta. He will return tomor
M r. L. D. WickCr. who has a position c
in the railroad shops in Columbia, came
up Saturday and spent Sunday in New
Many a person disregarded the "paint
signs" at the postoflice last week and
slapped their hands on the fresh paint
Mr. BLle Hunter, of Columbia, is
spending a few days in Newberry with
his uncle, Chief H. C. Hunter, and
M e. T. J. Dyson, of Dyson, passed
through the city yesterday on his way
home from a visit to Savannah, Ga.,
aad Columbia, S. C.
Mr. P. F. Baxter is having material F
put on the ground and has begun work b
on hib cottages in Brooklyn on the cor- t
nor lot next to Cline shop.
The township board of assessors will I
meet at the Auditor's office in this city I
on Saturday 10 a. m. to go over the re- 1:
turns of personal property. a
The Prebiding Elder of this district
will preach in the Johnstone Street C
Methodist Church on next Friday eve
ning at the usual hour of service. The
p)ublic is invited.
At the oratorical contest at Clemson
College, to be held on March 2nd, Pres
ident, Gee. B Cromer, of this city, will
act as one of the judges. Gov. Mc
Sweeney and Hon. M. F. Ansel will be
the other two judges.
Jas. A. Mimnaugh, the hustling dry
goods and shoe man, left a few das ago
for New York and other Northern mar
kots to bay his spring stock. He will I
announce the arrival of these goods in
this patper on his return and invite you
to inspect them. Mimnaugh's personal
selections are hard to beat.
The Mother's Favorite.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
mother's favorite. It is pleasant and
safe for children to take and always
cures. 1t is intended especially for
coughs, colds, oroup and- whooping
cough, and is the best medicine made
for these diseases. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
for it contains no opium or other in
jurious drug and may be given as con
fldently to a babe as to an adult. For
sale by W. E0. Pelham, Druggist.
We want your trade; we will save
t,&tf. 0. 3. Purcell & Co.
I am paying 2e. per pound for old rub
ber boots and shoes.
H. 8. Rlightmire,
t&ftf. At Newberry Laundry.
To Our subsceb'er..
Those of you who desire to settle for
your paper in wood will please bring it 1
in at once and call at this office for a
receip)t for same. Those who have
brought us wood and have not received
c, edit for it will please call and get a re- 1
ceipt-so we can straighten accounts.
We have contracted
for a large amount of
Fertilizer which we are
offering at reasonable'
p rices. Call and see us
before you make your
A Quaker Evangelist.
David Tatum, a Quaker Evangelist
rom Denver, Colorado, will deliver an
structive address on "Intemperance
nd the Liquor Traffic, the Home and
aloon, and How to Save the Boys," in
its city tonight at 7.30 o'clock in the
1'Neall street Methodist church. He
omes highly endorsed and is said to
e a devoted laborer in the cause of
h1e Appetite of a Goat
Is euvied by all poor dyspeptics whose
Itomach and Liver ate out of order.
AIl such should know that Dr. King's
Tew Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach
nd Liver Remedy gives a splendid
ppetite, sound digestion and a regular
odily habit that insures perfect health
nd great energy. Only 26 cente at all
County Teaches.' Asscolation.
Owing to the inclement weather the
,ounty Teachers' Association did not
old a meeting at the regular time,
'eb:uary 10th. It will meet March
0th, and the programme for last meet
ng will be the programme for the
larch meeting, as follows:
1. A Study of Comenius-Presideut.
;co. B. Cromer.
2. How Often and what Way Should
3xam'nations be Held in the Common
1chools-Mr. H. M. Henry, Miss Mary
3. Qaery box.
Cure Your Co'd Whi'e You Can.
Is It not better to cure your cold
rhile you can, in its incipiency, rather
han take the chances of its resulting
n pneumouia, catarrh or consumption,
11 of which diseases begin with a cold
nd may be prevented by curing every
old at the start? Chamt :rlain's Cough
temedy is famous for its cures of bad
olds over a large part of the civilized
rorld and ean always be depended
pon. It is pleasant and safe to take
Do. For sale by W. E. Pelham, Drug
At The Opera Roase Tomo:- pw N -ht.
"The Girl From Ch'!i," Fitz and
Vebste -s delightful farce comedy, will
,ppear at the Ope;a House tomorrow
ight, Febr'a- y 28. Our people w.il
emember vith mt'ch pleasure "Bree-.v
L'imes," widch was produced on ot'e
Lage sometime ago, and as both pro
uctions are under the same marage
aent i beat -e goe' s can expect a good
y amount of the fun gIving features.
t is to be hoped that they w'll have a
acked house, and make a brtiant sue
ess, as io other cities.
If you care to exchange $12.98 worth
t Legal Tender for $17 (3 worth of
vercoat you can have the chance to
0 60 at , Jamieson's. tf
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
hingles. STUART BROS.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
Tribute of Respect.
Died February 17th instant, at the
iome of Misses Rosa and Janie Spence,
Mr. J. L. Banks, in the 23d year of his
ige. He was buried at Colony church
lunday, Rev. W. W. McMorries and
.ev Armstrong conducting services.
le was an industriors, upright and
onorable young man, loved most by
bose who knew him best. A bloom
as fallen and withered to earth, but
re hope will bloom again in heaven.
is death was an awful shock, hence
rought great sorry w to the community,
rid to those with whom he lived.
The ways of God are most mysteri
us. "What I do -thou knowest not
ow, but thou shalt know hereafter."
"It is a surprising fact," says Prof.
louton, "that in my travels in all parts
if the world, for the last ten years, I
save met more people that have used
3reen's August Flower than any other
emedy, for dyspepsla, deranged liver
bud stomach, and for constipation. I
Ind for tourists and salesmen, or for
iceons filling office positions, where
ueadaches and general bad feelings
rem Irregular habits exist, that
steen's August Flower is a grand
'emedy. It does not injure the system
>y frequent use, and is excellent for
our stomachs and indigestion." Sample
motles free at W. E. Pelham's.
Sold by dealers in all civilIzed coun
A friend in r.eed is a friend indeed.
is a suggestion-a warm overcoat for
he cold weather, at Jainueson's. tf
An E:Iceptlon to the Rule.
A sihop where you can get what you
rant and when you want it.
E. H. LESLIF, Manager. t&ftf
A Needed Kero as,
Governor McSweeney has inaugur
ted a reforal In the executive ofieo
rhich will meet with general app"-oval.
)ne man k'led another In Hampton
younty, and the infortration was sent
> the Governor im mediate'y, asking
rhat reward would be pa'd for' the cap
ure of the man who dtd the k'lling?
M~e Gove.'nor repl'ed by directing the
heriff at Hampton to go at once to the
eighborhood and arrest the murderer
,t all hazards. This was the correct
oswer beyond question, and it w11
mavo the effect of checking a practice
very much in vogue these days of let
1ng men escape the clutches of the law
intil a reward is offer'ed for their ap-.
>rehension. Sher' i&s and constables
are chosen for the purpose of arresting
aw-breakers, and not to extract money
rem the public treasury.--Greenville
CA LL ON
E. M. Evans &Co
Mr. Arthur W. Davis, formerly o
Newberry, and Miss Ellen B. Walker
formerly of Fort Lawn, were narrie
by Rev. J. S. Moffatt, Wednesday ove
ning, Feb. 21, 1900, at the residence o
Mr. J. W. Crenshaw. A pleasant littl
party of friends wore present. Th<
groom was look'ng his best, and thi
pretty bride was dressed with style ant
taste, looking lovely, as belitted the oc
casion. The hoat and bostess provido
a spiendid supper, and the affair wa
happy all around. This couple w'1
continue to make Chester their home
-Chester Lantern, 24d.
James A. Dllunaugh
Off for Baltimore, Philadelphia an
Now York to buy the biggest and fines
stock of goods over brought to thi
market. Dry Goode, Notions, Mili
nery, Clothing and Shoos. Look ou
for the biggest bargains ever otTeret
on Mimnaugh's return.
The leading Dry Goods House o
Newberry, S. C. 1
The F.rst Quarterly Conferenco o
Newberry Ci'cuit for the cureanu yea
wilt be hold at Lebanon Church o1
Saturday, the 3rd, 11 a. in. Preachini
also at Ii a. m. Sunday by ,he now Pre
siding Elder, Rev. R. A. Child. Put
lic cordially ir vited to attend.
D. P. Bovo, P. C.
Old goods don't suit our customer
or make new ones. That's why we pu
"a good-by price" on all goods befor
the season closes at Jamieson's. tf
Purcell has made about ton thou
sand dollars on cotton. He wants t,
give the good people of Nowberr;
the benefit of some of it. t&ftf.
The Second Lecture.
The second lecture under the aut
peces of the Newberry Lecture Cours
was delivered at the opera house o
last Friday night by Dr. B. E. Tru(
blood, and was listened to by a fairl
large audience. The subject of th
lecture was the armies and navies <
the different countries.
Mrs. Mabel Malinda Smith nee Sen
of the Vaughanville section died on th
22 inst. and was buried on the followin
day at Trinity Methodist church.
About four years ago she was happil
married to Mr. Dwight Smith who su
vives her. She was a consistent men
ber of Cross Roads Baptist Churc
We extend our sympathy to the sorel
bereaved busband and family and con
mend them to the God of all grace.
W. S. B. Fono, Pastor.
Now is the opportunity to cloti
both legs for the price you'd general;
pay for one leg in pants at
The Beet Of All.
Of the many pretty calendars for 1OC
the "Little Sweethearts" art calend;
Is the best for the home. Its six so
tions of bright, pretty children's fac
will cheer and gladden any housebol<
There are six beautiful,, groups, i
water-color designs, by Francea Brium
dage, the famous painter of childrem
each group in 12 colors and size 10:15
inches, on fine Whatman paper; boun
together at top with silk ribbon, makin
the prettiest and most artistic colle<
tion of water-color productions ever ii
sued. Each of the six sheets contal
two month's dates, being a complet
calendar of the year 1000. This caler
dar is sent free to all subscribers t
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly, th
giant of the one dollar magazines, tc
get,ber with the November and Decem
ber numbers, 1809, or the January an
February issues, 1900. Frank Lesli
Publishing House, 141-143 Fifth Aye.
Price our Cor-n, Bacon, Flour, To
bacco, Molass 's, before purchasin1
elsewhere. We will save you money
tat. C. J. Purcell & Co.
The State Fair.
[Col. Special to News and Courler, 26th.
Col. Holloway, secretary of the Stati
Agricultural and Mechanical Associa
tion, is ah-esdy at work on the 8tx.
Fair, and is very anxious to have tL
art department make a better showinj
than usual. He says: "It is proposea
to make the State Fair of 1900 even i
greater success than the last one."
The "South Carolina Federation o
Women's Clubs in the State proposei
to have a mammoth flower show at th4
coming Fair. This feature will engaga
the attention of the committee in thi
oiler of premniums commensurate witi
the increa,sed number of exhibits fron
all parts of the State.
The art depart,ment heretofore ha!
not been up to the standard in num
bers, but the ladies of Columbia comn
posing the Art League, are enthusias
tic in an effort to make the show sur
pass by far anything ever seen in th<
gallery of the Society.
It is proposed to invite and urge thi
various schools and colleges in the
State to become large exhibitors in art
giving prominence to native talent
The management are aware that in thn
city of Charleston art is taught morm
generally than in most any section o
State. It Is hoped, therefore, that ar
tists in that city will become large ex
By Rev. D. P. Boyd, February 21
1900, Mr. J. A . Force, of Saluda Coun
ty, to Miss Lena Kelly, of Newberry.
By Rev. D. P. Boyd, Februar y 21
19C9, Mr. Ross D Young to Miiss Lillt
Ray, daughter of Roland Ray, E!sq. Al
of Laurens County.
Have you seen those Ladies' Ties a
urnaten's9 Prettiest In the city. if
WUAT A WOMAN CAN DO.
The Story of the Life of Miss Knignt, a
South. Carolina Woman.
Here is a brief sketch of the life of
Aliss Sallie Knight, a noted vocalist,
who has been heard in several cities
in the State recently, taken from the
Galiney Ledger, and it will be of int r
est to many of our readers:
"Miss Sallie Knight, the lady who
sang in the opera house here on the 16.
Inst., has rather a remarkable history,
which ought to be related for the bone
fit of the girls, and boys too, who com
plain of lack of opportunity and content
themselves with mediocority, or even
failure, because they have not been
favored by fortune with wealth, station
a"d noble birth.
"She was born and raised on a farm
in Laurens county of this State, and
had only such early educational advan
tages as the country schools afforded.
About 1883 or 1881 her father moved
his family to Limestone and occupied
one of the old 'match houses' which
then stood on the college campus, on
tering Sallie in the Cooper-Limestone
institute, as it was then called, and
sending his little boys to the schools in
GaiTney. At the expiration of one year
Mr. Knight moved back to his farm,
carrying his boys with him but leaving
Sallie in the institute. She remained
untill she had completed the literary
s course then prescribed for graduation.
t She also studied music along with her
literary under Mrs. Murray and soon
exhitlted a decided fondness for vocal
> "She left college with her ambition
, thoroughly aroused, and determined to
improve to the utmost the talent which
her studies had revealed. She could
not longer expect help from others, and
she resolved to help herself. She se
s cured a school in the country, which
she taught vary successfully, then an
other and' another, until she had laid
y by suilicient means to enable her to go
e to New York and pursue her studies in
f vocal music under the best teachers
that could be found. Next we hear of
her in Lollius Institute, Virginia,
where she remained one year as a stu
dent and afterwards returned and re
e mained one year as a teacher in that
institution. We h-ve been told that
for her yea.''s work as a teacher she re
ceived asalary of $12CO and the board and
tuition of her sister whom she had car
ried with her. In the meantimeshe had
h taught one year in the Greenville Fe
y male College, but at what salary we
have not been informed.
"Afterwards of her own motion, and
on her own resources, she crossed the
Atlantic and spent two years in the
' city of London under the instruction of
masters and in close association with
the best musical talent of the world.
"Such, in brief, outlines the story of
this remarkable young woman. She is
0, now well on the road to fortune and '
rt fame. With a splendid personality, in
c' domitable energy, and towering ambi
e tion, she promises to climb to the high
ht round in the ladder of success. She
? has a voice of marvelous compass and
power and at the same time of inex
'jpressible softness and sweetness, and Jt
has been so cultivated as to be at a'1
d times under perfect control. No in
strument,Iunder the most skillful man
nipulation, could have equalled her
voiceo in the last pilece she sang in Gaff
ney, in its harmonious swells and softly
0 dying cadences.
- "Trho story of her life should teach a
lesson of encouragement to the faint
hearted and bring a blush of shamne to
the cheeks of boys and girls who are
-spending the golden period of youth in
frivolity and indolence and whining
and complaining for the lack of help
The Well Known Oautlst.
- Dr. Arthur Eecker, the well known
i oculist, of Jacksonville, Fla., is
-making a profesional visit to Pros
pe. ty. The doctor is an expert in
his line, moving cataracts by absorp.
'ion without use of the knife. If
] yo 2r eyes are anyway afflicted or you
have glasses that don't fit yon, you
- be'to: call on him at t Wise's Hotel,
whore he will be until March 88.
Rlemaining in Pest Omlie at Neow
'.erry, S. C., for week ending Feb. 26,
B-J. A. Bonds, Nellie Bowers, Lar
C-Wassie Cald well, Essie Counts,
E. A. Cooper, R. McCummings.
F-Francis Flanklin, Nelson Floyd,
G-H. S. Berry Gary, Freddie Gil
bert, Julia Golson.
H-M. J. Harrington, Thomas H1am
lin, Will Hunter.
J-Wilson Jackson, Sarah Jackson,
Hlanie Jackson, !onac Johnson, Vina
Johnson, Jackson Jones.
K-W. J. Kenan, Lirzie King.
L-Mi nie Long, Arthura Let,zs.8
Allen Miller, J. C. Mickles,
P-Jas. Pitte, Andrew Porter.
A-Mary 0. Smith, Emmorline Suber,
T-Sutten Tow, Mary Thomas, Car
W-Texanna Watson, C. E. Wall, A.
W. Watts, Lillian Wattern, Rlachel
Wallace, G. E. Williams, Winnie WI)
lhams, Gucenius Williams, Lizzie Wil
ii'amo, Mourow Wartley.
,Persons calling for the above letters
- will please say t ie y were advertised.
February 16, 1000.
Bigoand lt.e oy are aulyfte
Ito "pants" to the ion g trousered yu
Ion the ragged edge of manhood, every
tjthing from hate to shoes.
(leanings Around Timothy Ureok.
No sickness in our neighborhood at
Mr. liamp Cousin and wife have been
sick, but are now well again. They
spent last Friday night with her sister,
Mrs. Ida Cousin.
Mrs. Susie Willingham, of Green
wood, visited her daughter, Mrs. Buz
hardt, last week. She left there to spend
a few days with her daughter Mrs.
Carrie Boozer, after which she will re
Mrs. John Boozor visited the family
of her son John last week. She called
on Brihlgot also.
Mrs. John Cr>mor visited over this
side of the creek last week. How glad
we were to have her call on us. Come
again Mrs. Cromer.
Mr. Berley Cromer has put a fish
basket in the river. We will report
the result later.
If you need columns, balusters or any
turned work, get our prices before buy
ing. We will save you nioney. Satis
faction guaranteed. STUA RT Binos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&f tf.
Are prepared from Na.
ture's mild laxatives, and
while gentle are reliable
and efficient. They
Rouse the Liver
Cure Sick Headache, Bil.
iousness, Sour Stomach
and Constipation. Soid
cvery? here, 25C. per box.
Preparedby 0.I.Hood & Co.,Lowel,Mass.
For County Treasurer.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
as a candidate for the office of
County Treasuror of Newberry County,
and pledge myself to abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
W. W. Mc1ORHIES.
M. SCHUM PERT IS HEREBY
11. nominated for Treasurer of Now
berry County, and will abide the result
of the Democratic primary election.
DANIEL B. WHEELER IS HERE
by nominated as a Candidate for
Treasurer of Newborr:" County and
is pledged to abide the result of the
Democratic primary Election.
For County Supervisor.
I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSEf,F
a candidate for the ofllce of Coun,y
Supervisor and pledge myself to abide
the result of the Democratic primary.
JNO. M. SCHUMPERT.
STATE OF SOUTH CAIROLINA,
COUNTY OI NEWbERRY -
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
By W. W. Rodges,Esq., Probate Judge.
W HPREAS W. L. REiGHLEY
made suit to me to grant him
Letter of Administration of the Estate
and e ects of M. Reighlny.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said M. Relghley,
decased,-that they be and appear be
fore me in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Newborry Court House on the
13th day of March next, aftor p)ub'ica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fo -
noon. to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should not
Given under my hand, this the 24th
day of February, Anne Dom'ni, 1900.
W. W. HODGES,
J. P. N. C.
Notice of Final Settlement and Call
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that on Friday, March 2nd, 1000, I
will make a final settlement of the es
Late of Nellie Jones, deceased, in the
Probate Court for New berry County, in
the State of South Carolina, and will
immediately thereafter apply for a dis
uharge as A dministrator of the estate
of said deceased.
All parties holding claims agairet the
etate of said Nellie Joces, dcceased,
r.re hereb notified to present the e'ime
to me, duly attested, en or before rni.id
clate; and, all parties indebted to said
estate will plcai e make payment to me
an or before said date.
Adm'r, &c., of Nellie Jones, deceased.
OUR GARDEN SEED
AND WE SELL 2 PAPERS FOR 6c
AND TOILET ARTICLES
We are now ready to serve you with
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1. FRESH-mears no old stoek.
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S. CLEAN- rq. . cleanliness.
4. ACTIVE-~ ':un contains the medi
Is in the hands of Mr. Hawkins. He
has the experience. The most of hIs
time was spent in Savannah Ga , with
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in Georgia. He was also with .Jacob,'
Pharmacy, of Atlanta. The city ex
perience is what makes a competent up
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can be raised without
Fertilizers containing at least
8 to Io% of Potash will give
best results on all fruits. Write
for our pamphlets, which ought
to be in every farmer's library.
They are sent free.
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93 Nassau St., New York.
We desire to call your
special attention to our
Which embraces every
.hing in BLACK, from
1 5c. Worsted to the fin
est Silk. In this depart
ment may be found
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all wool 50 cts.
Our special 44 in. Black 1-onriotta,
all wool 75 ets.
Black Cropons, Black Cheviot. ,
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We are closing all last season's
Printed Organdies and Muslins at
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original price. An opportunity to
anticipate on Musilins and savo money.
Iam still closing out
at he Lowest Cash
prices, all of my Dry
Goods, Dress Goods,
Shoes and Notions, all
Winter Dress Goods,
Gloves, Capes and
Jackets at and below
Whitemire Shoe Polish, 8 ets, a
ackage or two for 15 cts.
8 N Spool Cotton and Alexander
King Spool Cotton, 2 for 5 eta.
The best lmne of Men's Working
Shirts in town. Worth 50 and 40o.
Come and see us often.
A. C. JONES.
Newberry, s. C., February 6, 1900.
0. L.80HIUMPERUT. H. 0. HOLLOWAY.
Saolmplert & Holloaat
Attorneys and CJounsellors at 14w,
I j'anatlna in all 8tata andl UTT. Cots,n