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r'at"ui C lumbia f:tn Wed1t sa y,'rJl and
t227uppose0 that -th politcalf ba il
thentipenlfr ! .h" n::ason. itf,t wilti u,ot
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and. mll:",a thapeer tn w il ol ine fl
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thed Starto kouse Cornrni fon -afi' m<el.
tios and an ar itl illber inl ctd
ond th work o othing. Stat
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thon fo thsue esn pra wil wot
topl iay to l him st n llowkir,d n til that
1.h:State 4 y enin 1.-es n h1ey "01
51rroaa i1ll el picket fr the uoIen'Vion
ath 'oefarfor theJ round fip 1. It will)-1 o
be1 a great event,, and noting of t he tv )51 1
kind ha)Iis eve been seen beforeu 14 outh1. of
New. Yor. OItI, is ano1ther vidence54 of11,4
th facrst to Clumb(1ia is ge'ttdig ta be0
Uponl1404 th eotnenda JJ)tin of te Nwl
appointed111 Jfor.5( W. 'i1p1 as Wailt in01
No.t 7, in~ phice of01 Mr4. . 11 eni rs ine
Also upon.1l the a-sae reonil'ebiin hel
Aout ens days orcji~1 twol week ago L4(j
wurlot.u torConreS)Ismanht,imter Itht
thlue t,ar rout from omaria tI.sOGymph- th
viflle rant a25 lchedue thtmaeal.ai
fro N1.ewbe 4.rryia day ild befohr- itlas .
c1arrior' left1 Coi4, Poara bot an h.or h- I
foe dthe)1 arrivak of te ow tran hnd We
als tits was daIy~' 1 ro t. 'I uld beIa
lhang. Th wreolyn letter exain o
with what11. fromp*t,n ss Mrsd. Lat,1.mer a
gave i,hs I quesont atte~1.s ndon: te
51.100 2nd1- Aosst5 51 u - . P. M Geera ilc
he a reat ConItrcti Divisi ugo, o.1
kDr aSir Ivs haven t4L )he honor to ac-s s
kodethe farec1o.1 Cllpsa if a ett r ad-' i
dresstPolin you y Mr14. I t (II. AuOlI of
requestng ronthalfi of the es -
Newrry Ce~tount a,i' 1cango in te
No.hedulo 1 of u . NJ.20.302ns ('Pmia ted
tos Olymphyllito, 8V. 11., Or as tosginnectet
wihothts mailyi o,r fromWC Newboy t
andts to fr ooueht a ordLser- thatg
tis day1. beeissdto fnu 'ssIsla( ( lyss
s: d A - si Potr ite Ge red. to
1Hor.. A. C. LFati:.cr. Hou.e of Jc1prc
wat.t t4, t:ar: a r'. Lat;mr:r for li v
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th+-i r E.h(-, c't e tr ha- Cur(d Mirs.
ir'wt( r +f r ft. w ieb h ad caue-fd
h(r gr at - i !"' r N Fasa . Jet:r" C
-r' A d' t Fk r"uit L+ra her h-ad bnd
i . hnd ti b ' - r could gi e" no
' ; ut },k CU' - (''i1 1r ;-te bud her
1a t 1-I 1 T is bowt' wl'at
It ar har. viad'- t v - that D I(-trie
Ii t'- - - t ",." . ' ." purifi.r 1:rm wn.
- e 11eey .r *--ada
u . - - .t,u t 'er. kid
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- .~i -ar)2d I'or.JP
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v a' appp;:'I:y hir-da' norn
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1 ' r. i' t.} af rr1oon at the
fa v bn:.ni-' u';td Msr' Nr .ai
brkwa- ab)). I ' 'xai r of ag. lie
had ro rt - t' i:- in thi- r I' trc. 'Ther'
w;. - a :;rr ,': ait--r.'lata ** f the 1 4 citi-/ 'r],
S-2 far a pa --t or . ha- beien t I ca l to
i-.hwr I v , an iiti:re' tir;1 Sunda -
schoo)iluher: wieb mu reets every Sundayv
att 4 oC'clok in the afternoon. * *:
rId r .4i . f tthe, Su crge-on iz.
ar doto ,ator ld 1iiIik llamdilton
-f W st .I% i,r5 ii, a )., a tier, st 1i e ring 1
monulthss uronlua 14141 I' it', lit wo(uldI
ieo no l ctly p4 ratin wa e:y Suer
forantd; ut o cured h'oi.olf with fven
boxe cllori toltrick lit's, rnlthe,
uiest Pibe (ire oi cart b, tntd the beFit
Salve in the world. :.5 ' cta a box.
hold by all druggists.
Y'ou will regrot it if you do not sce
our Stock (if Clothing bh fore buying
your Spiiug Suit.
tL S. .1. Wooten.
Ziegler 3iroh'. 1,adies and sal i-.. fine
Shoes at' OXfords just reeceived at
;rownif to sich Ii 'rnporiitions4 as to lier-cui re
creast ion, of Niew J)ivislins.
WVah li n~ton, A pi i8.--The runrali free
lsel ivery ersternu of the pos,tollce depart
ncnt Inrt, j.riown to iucfh p'ropiortions
h iat it late hb-ee n ond neies1ary3 to
re'ate two d1i vi.ions to p)roper ily handle~ I
t. An orderci, effectiv I lay 13 1, signed
>y the p~o.tmasitter ge:ner all today estah
ihes four' divisions: the eastern di
riiion, with Piead]qumartersi at New York;
nisddle I di viion, headqua(jtlrters4 at In
l ianatpolis, c!ornpriising 4 )hio atrnd all J
,tatts west to the t1lissiou ri atnd southern
1tateV4dow tu nincu d ing zIuisina
v-ith 1'. 1. il in ihiarge; the weste:n
l iv1ii, headquaiiirters att D)enver, anid
ho sotithern dIivision, i nclud ing 11
outheirn State-, headq uaters-'i at, Wash
ngton, with ii. Coniquiest, Clartge in
hitit w rt lo
Theis ri-ndesrs fr tiN IIiper5 wn[ heI iiiE'i'ts
na Iin there Ia t iesti oneii drendedt-s 'i.
'it4e 5 lit sl c as beeni' ii bl to14 e4 nres)1 i i
ntsintge',, is nl t hat l iis (" ss-ng. I (nh.s (;i4larsh
ute i-i 414h 4 ony iffiliv c54it knowns uto lsthe
llei o t st arn it Catrrh eis 8ng n nt
4ranly, ne4-lingdfir 4'ely ~ ' tip (n th1e 8 b tc l and
nieCfifN lii -in 4 ft or id ,, L igyg 1i'rl.fsr
Ii l uK Ig ihn f--t: lifiti n ofii 4 he d14- 14a- 4', ifndf
lving this patienst. si-s- gilh by) buildfIir4 i lpIhes
on i,i Iisn anil Rixti nghi na5tur i nss oin4) g 114s
48Iil'en it.v powersii'V4 , i hut they flYIri- OnieI ini- ti
redi t)io114lias for i 4an -i 144414en It ins to c44 ne
*'..s. lilt'18 ( Ni<.Y)45 & o, 4141 rf . ~ 7
MIohl by dr 'iugiss8, ye'i.
IltalP8 Fa 4.11y Pl'x1 arthe 1 b44lest Li
The NtIinal (Oi nm. it
Tihio base ball sealsoni at the College
his year promises to beO very interest
rig, 4and( tbo people of Newber-ry will
(1 givetn ant opplortunity to seeC some
oodl ball. Games here huave alr'ead G
eenI ichedlodCf wvithi (lemsion1 Colier e 1
outh Catrolina College, the Citadej,
nd the college of Chiarleston; and
amois wit,h the Priesbyter'iant College,
f South Carolina, I'sakine, Furman
lnd Wofl'ordt areI under' consideraition.
The Association has issued season
ckets, which can be had upon appli
1,t,on to tbo manager-. The prico Ia
rily $2 50O, and at least ten gamces are
ularanteod. Let every lover of the th
lort Oncouirage tbe good cause by er
urchasing a seatson tIcket at, once. It be
Ill Insuro more and botter games for Ut
Scoroe rds will b)o pri'nted for the , l
ime \Vednesday, and wvill be on sale a
1 the gr-otuids. Do not fall to got one;
iy will contain the namteI, posItions,
O., of all the layers, and will be in. So
resLing soverair, of the "greatest"
amo of baso ball No wbor'ry has over
'I HE (' 410M lutlOs lOW.
I,ir al Ag ., e r1t. lfus Cotcluetd 11I
i irtmlIatlorn ani Mint ile 1teloort
(News and Courier, 8th.)
M r. C. A. Maratec, special agent of
treasurv depart ment, concluded his in
atior y-tr',day into the condluct
flair- at the (.ustorn , )low;('. 1 I is
't will rabcl, the hands of the See
r.ar of t e Treasury Monday mor
1n. lbt whet action will he taken is
rot kn,own. Mr. Mae(atee has made a
t;,orought inve-tigation, which lasted
xactly one week. When he first ar
rived be was inclined to give little cre
ee_ that licuor was stored in t,heCus
,otn House. Reports were strong
"nougn to lead him to believe that it
;ac becn -..ored there. but he was not
iucd to belit-ve th,at he would find
i:y there. Last Sunday morning,
when the empty kel' were found, in
*est .ation be'gan aright.
( 'ra'rs corfesi:on was not accept
., IL t_e face of the denial of the col
* Ty colector, janitor and
lEatrj. T:his circumstance led e%ery
mie to /belicve that the investigating
orm'a tee wa- in hold of evidence of a
r -tron;, nature. The main point of
lte barrel of rum. Mr.
tenderi e:ain= it to have been his
'ereotaa: property. but Mr. Macatee, it
s:ad, l4. rea-ont doabt this. Th
nnac rever.Je delartment can trace
,very galion of ligaor that rnakes a Ie
tma:e -tart from the distilerv. Tbis
,arti( J.ar ke---or. rather. barrel-of
'.irty.or.e galion- of rum Las pa-sed
trough the rEcruired regulations of
e c:parttr ent. except the storing of
t in the (utom luuse. Evidenc. of a
traver nature has been found against
:ertain partie- in the Custom House.
>ut for rea-ons it is withheld.
The last witness clred up was a man
au,ed Scott, a former employee about
he building. Ili- evidence or te ti
unony was use%, to corroborate certain
r,formation gained r,ostly by Mr. Mac
tee on the outside. On Friday Mr.
\lacatee devoted a great deal of his
.ine to out->ide work and secured valut
blfe evidence in the case.
It cannot be stated authoritatively
rhat his reconrmendation is, but it Is
-umored a very lively shaking up of
he coUcetor. oflice.
I)Icovered by a Wom-'n.
Another great discovery has been
nade -rd that too, by a lady in this
ountr',. "Disease fastened its clutches
Ipnn her and for seven years she with
,tood its severest tests, but her vital
rgans were undermined and death
iemcnl Inmuinent. For three months
ie coughed inlcessantly, and coulId not
leep. She finally discovered a wa.y to
ecovery, by purchasing of us a' bottle
>f Dr. King's New Discovery for Con.
mlllption, and was so much relie.vcl
mn taking first dose, that she slept all
light; and with two bottles has been
lbsolutely cured. 11er name is Mrs.
buther Lutz. Thus writes W. C. Han
lick & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial
ottles free at all Drug Stores.
Regular size 50e and 1.00. Every bot
Remaining in postoffice at Newberry
or week cnding April 2, 19)00:
A-Pres Allen, (col.)
B-Fannie Blakley, Maria Beatey,
Jarcy Bridget, Ellen lloyd, G. W.
C-J. 1). Chapman, Maggie Carter,
D)--Dan Dominick, Eliza Dominick,
E-Mary A. Ehram.
G-Lou Griffin, \Vill Griffen.
J-Marie Johnson, W. A. Jones.
L-F. K(. Leggs (2), Mike Long, H.
N-George Martin, David MIllIer, b.
.Moore, F. I. McCullough, D. Martin,
. H. MlcEachern, Beonnie McMorris.
N---S. J. Nortlk, C. 11. Norcum.
O-J. C. O'D)eil.
P'-Abbie Pitts, Ada Paysinger, J.
Rt-l. 13. Rtikard, Isaac Reed, Jonnie
tutf, D)avis RCushto>n.
S-Emma F. 8enn, G. M. Sheely, Ned
tephens, Molly Sims, Jim Simes.
W-Seott Waltes, Janie WrIght (2),
nira Wiillon, Henry Werts, J. L.
Verts, Alice Ward.
P'arties, calling for the above letters
ill please say that they were adver
Sed. WM. V. FMRL[, P. M.
A pril 2, 1900.
FIremen,'. Tournament at (Jharlotle.
The firemen of Newberry have re
tivedi an invitat,ion to tal:e part, In
50 big fir-emen's tournament to be
31d in Ch arlotte, N. C. on May 23rd.
ho prize0 list, is quite attractive and
als and the good time the firemen are
aured will be theirs in Charlotte may
Iduce them to accept the invitation.
Theli priz.es are as follows:
and hose reel race, firet prize...200
and hose reel race, second prize... 75
rab race, first prize................150
rab, race, second prize....,....... 7
orse hook and ladder race, first
prize.-----------. --.............. 17
orse hook and ladder race, second
urse hose wagon race, first prize.. 175
orse hose wagon race, second
prIze....... ...,.-............. 7
Frparammne Teatisere' Assoclation.
Thle following is the programme for
e next meeting of the County Treach
r' Aisociation, to be held at New.
rry, in GIraded school building, Mat
day, A pril 18, hO0.3, at ii a. mn.
Are there too many studies required
the common schools, and if so, what
the remedy?-Prof, W. K. Bligh,
as Lillian Luther.
Jature Study.-MIss (Jertrude Simp
i, hi La -- Hfughes,
dndres,-IIon, John J. MceMahan,
L.(LLA K. JOIHN8TONE,
ONE Or (FIO4E1E.'H Millitl)ltIt'8 I I..N
I Imipilcatcs ''Govornor" 'I ylo,r ino th 1
(,an iraey---ixtLi)n Ilunircit I)oIlan i ih,n
Li lHVillt, A ,rili . Yolti y iH
reported to have coilfessi(l that lit
paid Jilm Iloward to kill (loobel.
lie says the plot was hatched in the
office of 'Powers and int sixtoon
hundred dollars waS paid over. Tay
for was to pardon l oward.
Frankfort, April II. Youthwy's
statolx)eet im1plictteHi Taylor. lio
asserts that he was one of the eight
men who knew of the conspiracy as
carried out in Powers' olice.
The men implicated are: Taylor,
Powers, John L. Powers, Charles
Finley, W. H1. Culton, Jimn Howard,
probably henry Howard and one
other man and Youtsey himself.
Youtsey went out of the room and
got the $1,600 and turned it over to
the proper persn.%
IHECKI;AM 18 tOVEINOIt.
supreme Court of Kenlucky )eclIdos in
Frankfort, Ky., April 6.-The Court
of Appeals today handed down a deci
sion in the Governorship case in favor
of the Democrats.
Ex-Governor Taylor. tonight author
ized the statement that an appeal on
behalf of Governor Taglor and Lieu
tenant Governor Marshall will be car
ried to the Supreme Court of the
Mr. Bradley and Judge W. II. Yost,
counsel for the Republican Sta,te ofll
cers, were in consultation with Gov
ernor Taylor for several hours this
afternoon and the above statement was
made at the close of .tha conf-erence.
It is said. that Col. W. C. P. Breckin
ridge and the Republcan leaders from
different parts of the St'ate will meet
Governor Taylor in confuregce here.to
Ex-Governor Bradley said: "We
will: not take ad vantage of any techni
calities to delay the progress of the
case. The decision of the Court of Ap
peals is not disheartening to us.. We.
will ask for a writ of.error to the SiI
preme Court at once and these contosts
will now be at an end in a very short
The Court 'of Appeals today handed
down its decis'on In We.G.ubornatorial.
contest In favor 'of fleckhitm,..iJudge
Durolld dissentibi. The other twolRe
publican' Judgd ''Burtrain and . Oufy,
handed dowu" a separate opinion,
whlcb. di.l'ered in its reasons tp the
Qpini:>n of the Democr.atic Judges, but
agreed with them in its conelusioni.
CAPT. H. H. MATTHEWS DEAI,
ie was the Last Laurdo. Su,vivor of.-the
Palmetto RtegIn'cnt of the Mxilcan War.
Lauren8, A pril 7.-News rejgeed
Lauriens today of .the- death of Gapt,.
Blen j. A. Matthe ws, at h is home, Island
ford, on the Saluda river, In this coun
ty. Heo was. the I-ast, Lauruns survivor
of the .Palimetto regiment, Mexican
war. .He sdrved In a Newberi-y com
pany, and, held the medal from the
tate for gallant services.
Newberr'y, April 7.--13enjamin Mat-.
thews, veter~an of the Mexican war,
survived by only one member of the
company from liewberry, died this
afternoon, at his home, near Chappell's,
aged 73 years. lHe volunteered in Jan
uary, 1847, at the age of 19.-Special to
News and Courier. .
YELLOW PINE GE03N 80WoSARCE.
Sawmills in Carolinas. (Georgia and Florida
Curtail Their Output.
Trirton, Ga , April -8.--The. Georgia
Saw. Mill Association, representing
some 300 yellow pine mill plants in
Georgia, South Carolina and Florida,
at a meeting held here yesterday do
cided by a pract,ically unanimous vote
that on and after May 10 all.mills be
longing to the members of the associa
tion will be run on two-thirds t,ime.
This will affet housands of op)eratives,
and decrease the output of yellow p)ine
in this State- nearly one-third. It is
understood that, the limited supply of
yellow pine timber in sight Is largely
the cause of this action, as tho associa
tion doubtless thinks, prices should rule
higher in view of the small supply. It
is by no means a secret ihat many of
the larger mills .only havo enough
standing timber in sight to last three or
four years, while even the most for
tunate onVy report sumtcient in sight to
run sfenei and eight, years,
Central Luther League.
Programme for meeting of the Cen.
tral Luther League, to be hold at St.
Luke'sg church, Newberry County, I -I
urday, May 5th, 1900:
1. Devotional, Exercises, conducted
by Mr. J. B. Derrick.
2. St. Matthew 22:80-Rev. M. Q .
Scherer, Prof. W. K. Sligh, Mr. A. E.
P. Iiedenbaugh. Mryile
.Essay--Miss Grace iledenbaugh.
5. What usefui work ean the Central
[eague accomiplishi?-Rtev. 0. S. Beard
51n, Rev. &.-L. Ne-ase, Prof. lE B. Selz
oer, Mr. A. Ga WVise...
6. .Addres-Rev. C. H. Ariustrong.
cPurad Wat .hoe w aits
'' a 1(1 '1;!):eSS to
all fruit';. No ,ood fruit
can be raised without i
F'ertilier,; co(ntatining at leatstI
8 to I( ) Of Potash will give
best results on all fruits. Write
for our pamphlets, which ought
to be in every f.armer's library.
They are sent free.
GERMAN KALI wORKS,
93 Nassau St.. New York.
How Are Your Eyes?
Only Two 1'eeks MeIro in Which to
Have T 1hm Exmine(1 and
Fitted with alasses.
DOl't Miss tile Olplorlllnity.
Get a pair of Becker's Glasses, he
makes them in all the latest styles
and shapes. If your eyes are imper
fect, or your glasses that you have
now do not fit you, avail yourself of
this chance to be fitted at home. His
customers speak in the highest terms
of him, his prices are reasonable, he
makes no charge for examinations.
Office hours from 9 a. m. until 5
p. m., except Saturday anid Monday
until 9 p. m.
ARTHUR BECKER, A. D., D. 0.,
t&f tf Room 1, Crotwell Hotel.
The Newberry Hardware Company
would call - attention of the public
to.the f act that they have bought
out. V. A.. Schumpert, Agt.., and
atR the3 will conduct the business
pf, -the qld staud, and will always
.b.ve on hand at the lowest prices,
Agricultural Implements of all
Plows, Plow Steols, Trace (,haius, Hales,
lifi''Ps, Harrows, PUltiyators,
forts, Shovels aiil Silad.es
And everything needed on the farm.
Harness Made to Order.
Renairing neatly and promptly done.
WVe also carry a large line of
SADDLERY and HARNESS,
- PADS, and in fact, everything
found in a well assorted Stock.
*F. A. Schumpert,
.A Few Things
Lacking in your Ollice may retard the
In our Stock of
Are numerous article which are great
helps, though inexpensive. Designed
-to facilitate the work of the Book
keeper, Cashier, Typewriter, etc.
We make specIal prices on these goode.
Just received a new line of the Latest
Books, suich as to have and to hold
Rled Poettaiee, Jon ice Meredith and
Also a nice like of Wedding Presents,
oe, which I will be gladtoso
Win. G. Mauges.
). L. SCflUMPERT. Hf. C. HOLLOWAY,
3ofllipart & 1101!owau,
ltorneys and CJouusellora at Law,
MN HERRI~Y, s. C.
'ractico in all State an~d U. S. Courts,
6ears th ' Ihe KinJ',U Have Alwy Bough
S. . J4
In1Ilalf, One, Two and Five I'uud Packt
lates and lI1on Ions in ;ame ir.e pat :a; es
It is no us: to dwell upon the
others at higher price<. We refer you to
hand at all tines. Give us a call if you N
Our buyers are back
from New York. Our
lines are all complete.
We invite your inspec
tion. We promise good
values, polite attention,
fair dealing. Splendid
assortment in all de
partments. See our
Dress Goods, Trimmings,
White Goods, Wash Goods, Liuens,
Linen Damask with Napkins to
match, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery,
Underwear, Small Notions,
America's Leading W. B. Corsets,
Percales, Ginghams, Calicoes, I
Ducks, Crashes, Domestics,
all at lowest prices and of - standard
Men's Shoes, Boss' Shoes,
Ladies' and Children's Shoes,
and Oxfords. All solid1.
All guaianteed. No shoddy.
We wish to direct .your special
attention to our
Never before have we been so well
equipped to serve you wvell as now.
WVe have an ex pert trimmer, an)d your
Hast or Bonnet made by her will
surely be "a thing of beauty."
We want to show you through our
stock. Give us the opportunity and
we are confident of pleasing you.
* Notions, Sewing Reqisites
f1l1 every part of the
NOTION DEPA RTME;IT.
The thousand and one things hero
are necessities. Every woman has use
for all of them at seome time or other.
And the best of each kind are 801(d at
IT T LE P RICE S
that a large number can be bought with
Dut touching the dollar mark. ManyI
Di these goods were never before sold l
at less than double the money, and our
ready-made waists and skirts are the
liandsomest and best for the price that
vou can find. Big stock of pretty Belts,
Pios, &c. Comoe and Bee them at
WOOT EN'S. '
y at , t-. p'" ou:d. Aot
at a'n' pr:c.
(j'1a 'Y (Vf .c1',:' I;u10 Ot
the ;!o'.dJ. A 1r of IUo,
ant va ue for yoar lon, h, thee
s. B. eTOlr_',
Aoe A nt f:r Necwberr.<
bNn 12il;.;ht ("a01, Pho,
FHE MODERN PHARMACl'
wVIiut,F-.11.-: .\M : ;t:r.tl
ranF U G.- soonC~EI
A <ii 'ar's ~."wr i for ev.ry hun
eut= Spen'. w itlh u!, is our n.oto.
W ith eV rv . . puich1a-e we
wt'rth wcith u' wea- l i uon
pml.. w"gi ve" y u I.". V ribi i
thllit y,il war;t.
Now is the time
prepare for such pes'
as BED BUGS.
We are now selling
preparation that t
guarantee to do ti
work by thoroughlya;
plying. It has nevt
Bed Bug Poison.
25 and 50c. per bottk
STATE OF SOUTH CAI0LIN
COUNTY OF NEWB:lElY-,
Emneline Moates, as Adm,inistratrix
Deonnis Mo'ites, deceased, and in1
own0 righit , Pli nti IT,
Archie Moates, John D). Moates. )'
Copy Summnions for Hief.
'To t,he D)efendant, Joh n ID. Montes:
aL,nd reqirei'd to a'iswer' theeC0
plain t in this act ion, of wichj a1 cop
her'ewitnh served uponl you, and tio se'
aL copy of your' answer to the Naid CC
p)Ilint on the suibscriberis at t heir oil
at, Newherry, S. C., within tweuntyd
after the service hereof, ueluisiveC
the day of such service; and if 3011
to answer' the comphlInt, wit hint
time aforesaid, tine pilaintiff in this
l ion will applyk to the Court for thei
lie f d emanded in the comnphlint.
Datedi March 20th, 19040.
SCur U LM:PE.RT & IIOILOWAY,
TLo the Decfendaint, JTohn D). Monates:
Take notice I hatt C he coimplainmt in Q
iiiove entitled action was filud int
ullice of the Juidge' of I 'robatte for Ne
berry ( 'onnty on the 1st day of Feb1~
8CIH'M16\'im & IHOLL.OWAY',
P laint,i ra Attorney
line Wat,ches, LRings, Hlroaibes, Stn
Sleevo and LInk B3uttons,) Silver
Noveltiles, Silver T1able Ware,
Cut Glawo, Gold aind Sil
ver1 S-pectneles and
, * --A 'FEl'5V7.
Wh itch no will closo out, as we
discontinuo keeping thorn.
JEWELERn AND OPTO0A
G HOIS MA DE AND) RI PAlS
In tho best. style of wor;kinanlh
tHaddlesi and Hartness repairiIni
iently and cheaiply. ;C
All my wvork guaranteed,bl
121ce and quality. Give me a tial
ou will bo pleased.
JAMES McI L,OUJR
Pr'osp;erit y, S.f.
OA X?Oi. CA..
Bars the 'ATho Kind Youi lave Al
ant i4 r