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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat... .................. . . ......... 7i@8i c.
11houl ders ........................... 7c.
H am114............................... l'2a)14c.
Best, Lard ............... .... . 9( 1oc.
Best Molasses, new crop ...... 60c.
Good Molasses ..................... 25@50c.
Corn ................................... 70oc.
M eal .......... 70c.
HaY................ . y. ............... 900.
W heat Bran ....................... $1.15.
1 st Patent Flour .................. $53.00.
2nd Best Flour .................... $4.50.
Strait Flour ........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flour..........$3.50(a4.00.
Sugar ....................... ......... a6 c.
R ice .................................. 5Ct 8 e.
Coffee................................. I 15c.
Cotton seed meal, por sack... 1.15.
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 35c.
Butter, per lb ....................I 5(a20c.
Eggs, per 0ozen ................. 9(d I0c.
Chickens, each.............. 15C25c.
Peas, per bushel.... ......... 75c.
Corn, per bus'el................... (loc.
Oats, per bashel................. 35(.40c.
Sweet potaLoes ............... 6 75c.
Turkeys, per lb ............ 6< 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 75 90c.
rhe Store next to W. T. Tarrant's.
Also ten rooms up stairs.
f 5t Mis. Rt. L. PAYSINGER.
Turnip Seed! Turnip Seed!! Fresh
and the best at Gilder's Corner Drug
Store. f&t tf
Thousands of dollars worth of goods
to be closed out at Inif price at Mim
The Gane With Trinity.
The game of ball between the picked
nine from Newberry and the Trinity
nine was played on Tuesday and re.
sulted in a tie, the sure standing 6 to6.
Batteries-For Newberry, N. Pitts;
Re,wick and L. C. Pitts; Trinity,
Weeks and Workman.
It will surprise you to experience the
benefit obtained by using the dainty
and famous little pills known as De
Witt's Little Early Risers, at Gilder's.
Don't forget to visit our store Thvrs
day, all odds and emis remnants etc
will b3 placed on counters, Tab.es at A
their regular value, Minnaugh 2t.
I will give a first class barbecue at
W1". Glenn Metts on first day of Septem
W. TI. COUNTs,
C. - 1. MN ETT.s. 11t.
The members of the Excelsior Fire
Company are hereby requested to meet
at their hall this afternoon at 6 o'clock
for the purpose of !esting the horse.
By order of the Chief of the depart
J. W. EARIIARDT, President.
The quicker you stop a cough or cold
the less danger there will be of fatal
lung troubles. One Minute Cough Cure
is the only harmless remedy that gives
immediate results. You will like it, at
Your hard earned dollat-s will do
double duty for the next 10 days at Mim
The First Bale.
Mr. James J. Lane brought in the first
bale of new cot,ton to this market this
season. It was brought in on Wednes-.
day, classed as good middling and
brought 10 cents. Col. C. J. Purcell
was ttie buyer. . Mr. Lane is generally
the first to bring in a bale and this
year has sustained3 his record. It was
a bale of pretty, cde in eotton.
You will never flmd any other pills
so prompt and so lea.sant as DeWitt's
Little Early [Users, at, Gilder's.
Any reasonable p)rice on anything in
my store will be accepted. We need
room for new goods. Mimnaugh's. 2t.
Notice to Voters of West End.
I would like to say all who desire to
vote in the coming primary election
that it will be necessary t,hat your name
.appear on a Democratic club list five
.days before said elect.on. Any one who
ies not already a memb.er of some club
;and you wish to join the West End
IDemocrat club of this city you will have
'the opportunity of doing so by calling
eon or sending your name to the secre
itary, Mr. John A. Senn, at Senn's
store. T. S. HUDSON, President.
The wolf in the fable put on sheep's
ilot,hnag because as he travelled on his
own reputation he couldn't accomplish
his purpose. Counterfeiters of Deo
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve couldn't sell
their worthless salves on their merits,
so they put them in boxes and wrap
pcers like DeWitt's. Look out for them.
Trake only DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
It cures piles and all skin diseases, at
The patrons and trustees of School
DistrIct No. 56, Z.ion school, will meet
Saturday, 25th of Auqrust, at 4 o'clock,
for the purpose of electing a teacher.
IM. 1.. Folk, Pomaria.
Trustees. L. B. Eargie,
Teundersigned trustees of Reagan
eshol, District No. 8, will meet at the
. col os on Saturday, August 18th,
- fo th pupos ofelecting a teacher.
.A pplications can be handed to either
..one of the trustees bythat date.
GEO. W. SWITTENBIERGc.
W. I!. LONG.
G. A. ME?Tz.
-The patrons of School District No. 20
-will hold a meeting on Augusb 18th for
ithe purpose of electing a teacher for
,.the ensuing school year. Male teacher
ivanted. Salary $3a per month.
Address J. M. WIOKER, Olerk.
VAHIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
It continuns hot and dry.
Cotton starts otf in this market at 1(
Mrs. L. C. Boland is visiting at Lit
Mr. A. 11. Copeland is clerking at
The Racket Htore has been moved
into Its new quarters.
Miss Azile Pool is at Ilendersonville
for a few weeks.
Mrs. W. G. Houseal and children
have ret,urned from the mountains.
Get your name on a club roll before
the 23d, Friday of next week.
Mr. E. S. McNeill, of Augusta, Is vis
iting relatives in the city.
Mr. 0. M. Jamieson Is visiting his
brother at Riply, Miss.
Miss Mary McCoy, of Columbia, Is
visiting friends in the city.
Dr. W. l. Blats, of Coluibia, is up
for a few days vacation.
Miss Tilla Glenn has been elected to
teach the Poniarla schocl for another
Miss Lella Blackwell, of Clinton,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Ear
The finest cue of the season will be
served at Spearinan's Spring next Tues
day by James Dunbar.
Col. and Mrs. W. If. Hunt and Mrs.
Peoples are spending a while at Paris
Dr. James McIntosh left on Tuesday
to spend a week or two at Glenn
Miss Lilla Martin, of Donalds, is on
i visit to Mrs. F. J. Russell and attend
ing the teachers institute.
Mrs. F. J. Russell and children, after
i visit to the lower part of the State,
liave returned home.
Dr and Mrs Theo. Johnstone went to
Auderson the first of the week to visit
Dr. A. P. Johnstone and family.
Mr. Iferinai Cromer visited relatives
in Newberry la4t wcek.-Clinton Ga
Mrs. Joseph T. Burton and daughter,
M[ary, left today on a visit to relatives
ln Nowbci ry.-Laurens Enterprise, 11th.
Miss Mary Lizzie Buford, of Newber
iy, was up taking in the Carnival, and
was the charming guest of friends.
Rev. R. C. Boulware is recovering
teadily. He Is now with relatives In
Newherry County.-Southern Chris
Miss Nora Wise has returned from
'he up-country, bringing her friend,
Miss Marguerite Hunter of Newberry
with her.-The State.
Magistrate Chappell returned yester
lay from Atlanta where he had gone to
attend the fune~ral of his brother-in
law, Mr. Jesse Prince.
Mrs. Hollingsworth and Mrs. Bowles,
who have been on a visit to their par
3nts in Newberry, returned to their
4ome In Augusta Tuesday.
Miss Hattie Pope, of Greenville, who
hias seen teaching the summer school
it St. George's, S. C., stopped over in
Newberry Wednesday on a visit to
Mrs. Sampson Pope.
Miss Lilla Kibler and Miss Agnes
I'rckman, of Charleston, wont to Cam
pobello Wednesday. Miss Erckman
aame to the city on Tuesday and spent
i day at Mr. W. A. Kinard's.
Rey. M. G. 0. Scherer and family
left yesterday for a two week's visit to
WValhalla. During his absence there
will be no preaching In the Church of
The campaign meeting at Spear
rnan's Spring next Tuesday will be at
Lended by a crowd from Columbia and
some from Georgia. Dunbar's barbecue
will be the feature.
Miss Emmie Wright, of Newberry,
who has been spending the Bummer In
Ghis city, left yesterday foi- her home.
Misse Wright is very popular in Green
ville and has mnany friends here who
r~egret to have her leave.-Grecnville
Rl. C. Workman and family, Preston
Bloozer and family, Mrs. Dr. Sean and
Dalvin Satterwhite are in Greenville
:n their way to their homes in Newber
i'y County, after a trip to the. moun
bains by private conveyance.-Green
yille News, 14 th.
Mr. Arthur H1. Kohn, manager for F.
* M. Co., has returned to1the city from
liis plantation in Newberr'y County,
where he has been spending the past
week on vacation. HIe brings with him
a niece, M iss Lillian Wilse of Prospori
Gy, who will be the guest of Miss Erin
KCohn at the reridence on Senate street.
J. J. Epting, of Newberry County,
ba.s been in the city visiting his bro
ther, Dr. R. B. Epting. Mr. Epting is
both the son of an armny veteran and
the father of a veteran. He was too
young to take part in the civ il war, but
furnished a son in the war with Spain.
Hie is probably the only man In the
State that enjoys this distinction. One
of his sons belonged to the 2ud South
Carolina regiment and contracted fever
in Cuba and died t,here.-Greenwood
Cor. News and Courier.
Rev. S. T. Hlallman, D. D., editor of
the Luthern Visitor, of Ne wherry, S. C.,
who Is making a canvass of the terri
tory of the United Synod In the inter
est of his paper, IIe left this afternoon
for Mt. Jackson where ho will spend a
day or two, and will go thence to Wood
stock, where he will fill an appointment
for preaching next Sunday. Dr. Hall
man paid us a pleasant call Wednesday,
and seems well pleased with his cordial
reception throughout our famous Val
ley.-Shenandoah Valley, New Market,
Tho Rouilon of Compaly 0.
'lie Annual reunion of Company C
1:th Rtegilient South Caroli.na Volun
teers will be held at Young's Grove,
near Prosperity Saturday, August 25th
The regular aniversary is Aug. 26th,
but its that will be Sunday this year,
the Reunion will be held onl Saturday
25th iistant.. TIhcre will be the usuali
Berlimol by tho chaiplain Rlev. J. G.
Counts, after which a hbarbecuo dinner
will be served by W. J. Mills. All
friends of the Old Soldiers are cordially
invited to attuld tis Reunion.
The Company will hold their regular
business meeting at, 'rosperity, at 9 a.
l., and all members are earnestly re
questCd to be present.
L S. Bowers Sec.
Millions will be spent in politics this
year. We can't keep the campaign go
ing without money any more than we
can keep the body vigorous without
food. Dyspeptics used to sttirve them
selves. Now Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
digest- what you cut and allows you to
eat all the good food you want. It, rad
ically cures stomach troubles, at Gil
IIurnedl WthI Tar.
Drayton Rutherford, a colored man
of this place, was severely burned with
boiling tar on Tuesday of this week at
Clinton. He was painting a roof and a
)iece of scantling fell and knocked a
bucket of boiling tar over on his left
arm scalding it from the elbow to the
wrist. ills face was als considerably
burned. le came to Newberry and Dr.
J. W. Nance dressed his wounds and
he will soon recover.
Chinese are dangerous enemies, for
they are treacherous. That's why all
counterfeiters of DeWitt's Witch Ilazel
Salve are dangerous. They look like
DeWitt's, but instead of the all-healing
witch hazel they all contain iogredienti
liable to irritate the skin and cause
blood poisoning. For piles, injuries
and skin diseases use the original and
genuine DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve,
Our trade demanding a more central
location, we will move our stock in the
store formerly occupied by W. W. Ful
merI, near Mimnaugh's, before Sept.
Ist. We will increase our line of
Racket Goods, and invite your inspec.
tion of goods and prices.
When you don't know where to get
wiiat you want, come to The Racket
You assume no risk when you buy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy. W. E. Pelham, Drug
gist will refund your money if you are
not satisfied after using it. It Is every
where admitted to be the most success
ful remedy in use for bowel con plaints
and the only one that never fails. It
is pleasant safe and reliable.
One cent per mile for Military Com
panies in uniform; twenty or more on
one ticket, to the unveiling of the Vance
Statue at Raleigh, August 22nd., by the
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
Low rates to the unveiling of the
Vance Monument at Raleigh, August
22nd., by the Scaboarl Air Line Rail
Notice to Voters.
In order to vote in the coming pri
mary election it is necessary that your
name appear on a Democratic club list
five days previous to said election. If
you have not already become a member
of somue club, and you wish to join the
Young Men's Democratic Club, of this
city, you will have an opportunity of
doing so by calling or sending your
name to the ofmce of The Herald and
News or handing it to the undersigned
on the streets.
JNO. W. EARHIARDT,
Sec. Young Men's Dem. Club.
Does it P'ay to hey Choap.
A eheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure t,he mot-e
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and more regular cli
mate? Yes, if possible for you, then in
either case take the only remned y that
has b een introduced in all civilized
countries with success in severe throat
and lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Syruup." It not only heals and stim
utlates the tissues to destroy the germ
disease, but allays inflammation, causes
easy ex pectoration, gives a good night,'s
rest, and cures the patient. Try one
bottle. Recommended many years by
all drugIsts in the world. Eor sale by
W. E. Peiham.
In India, the land of famine, thou
sands die because they cannot obtain
food. in America, the land of plenty
many suffer and die because they can
not digest the food they eat. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digesta what you oat.
It instantly relieves and radically cures
all stomach troubles, at Gilder's.
August 7, 1000, by Rev. Geo. S.
Blearden, at St. Luke's parsonage, Mr.
Ivey Gibson and Miss Gertrude Mer
chant-both of Newberry County.
A F'rlghtful Blunder.
Will often cause a horrible Bjurr'
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's a rniica
Salve, the best In the world, wei\l kill
the pain atnd promptly heals It. Cure
Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Rolls,
Felons, Corns, all SkIn Eruptions.
Best Pile cure on earth. Only 25 eta. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
The Trrustees of Dominick school,
No. 0 Township, will receive applica
tions for a teacher for said schcal untIl
September 1st. Applicants will file
their applications with either of the
undersigned 15y that date.
M. Q.Chappell, Newberry.
Jno. T. McKlttrick, Independence.
H. J. Moatos, Independence.
ISee your Agent for low rates to the
unveiling of the Vance Monument at
Raleigh, August 22nd., by the Seaboard
Abr Tine Railway.
Procreun at ouItuIlIe.
. . Wells iIs superintending tl
brick work for .1. S.Blalock's cottor
mill, forty tenant houses and a twenty.
five-room hotel, which Mr. Ilalock will
have erceted in the neighborhood ol
his cot.ton seed oil tvill already In op
cration, on his large estate at Goldville.
A deep Artesian well is being bored
on the place. At last accounte the well
was over 280 feet deep, but M r. Blalock
will not, be satisfied until water flows,
so lie will continue boring. M r. Blalock
is the only man in this seet,ion who user
the round bale in the cotton business.
ie had over 1,500 such bales last, year.
With a cotton mill, oil mill, Artesian
well, hotel and a largo number of
houses on his estate MI r. Blalock will
have a thriving village o' tils own. lie
will turn his big crop into the inanu
facturing industries at his own doors.
-Newborry Cor. News and Courier.
Barbecue by Dunbar.
I will furnish a first-class barbecue
dinner at Spearman's Mineral Spring
on Tucsday, August. 21st, County cam
paign day. Those who have caten at
my cues heretofore kurw what to ex
pect; those who havu not are guaran
teed one of the best barbecue dinners
they have ever eaten. Jas. Dunbar.
Money to loan on real estate. Alpply
to Mower & Bynum, Attorneys. f it
Entered t he "Rest of Paradise," 9.30
p. in., August 7th. 1900, Mrs. Mary
M'lizabeth Glillam Hinson, only child
of Eusebie Blackburn and Robert,Clenn
Gilliam. She was the last of the fam
ily. "There is no death to those who
know of life"-only a "translation from
the Church Militant to the Church Trl
"I am the resurrection and the life,"
saith the Lord. '"He that bolleveth in
me, though he were dead, yet shall be
live, and whosoever liveth and believ
oth In te shall never die."
Believest thou this? * * *
"Through the months of June and
July our taby was teething and took a
running off of the bowels and sickness
of the stoiach" says 0. P. M. Holli
day, of einng, Ind. "His bowels
would move from five to eight times a
day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy in
the house and gave him four drops In a
tcaspoonf il of water nd he got better
at once." Sold by W. E. Pelham,
New lot of Now England Watches
just in. Come in and see us.
t tf Daniels & Co.
25,000 people are expected to be in
Raleigh at the unveiling of the Statue
of Vance, August 22nd., by the Sea.
board Air Line Rallway.
Unveiling of the Statue of Vance,
"The Tar-Heel Tribune of the People,"
at Raleigh, August 22nd. Take the
Seaboard Air Line Railway.
Rev. J. 1. Hood has gone to Virginia
to preach and to recuperate among the
mountains. Hence there will be no
service at King's Creek until the sec
ond Sabbath of September. On that
day D)r. W. L. Pressly, President of
Erskine Theological Seminary will oc
cupy the plpIlit.
One fare for the round trip by the
Seaboard Air Line Rallway, to the un
veiling of the Statue of Vance, at
Raleigh, August 22nd.
Tickets on sale August 21st-22nd,
goodl until August 25th, incltusive, to
the unveiling of the Statue of Vance
at Raleigh, August 22nd.
A Colored Convention.
August 10, 1900, the fourth annual
sessIon of the Y. M. S. L. S. convention
was held wit,h the Bethlehem Baptists
in the city of Newberry Friday at 10
a. mn. The convention wa's called to
order by President M. C. Scurry. Af
ter prayer the enrolling of delegates,
then the welcome address by B. Neely
and response by the president. Then
came the election of officers which was
as follows: M. 0. Scurry, grand p)resi
dent; Rev. ira Lewis, vice president;
J. H. Stephens, secretary; G. W'. Pies
ter, treasurer. A sermon by Rev.
The annual sermon was preached by
Rev, B. J. Ramsey.
The county campaign lson its rounds
this week. Wednesday it held forth
at Utopia, Thursday at William's store
and to-day at Longshore's. Next week
will wind up the fun.
Our Special tCdttor.
The Newberry Herald and News has
issued a very creditable "Greater New
berry" edition of 28 pages, fully illus
trated and containing a number of spe
cial articles of value desciptive of the
city and its neighbors. Everyone in
terested in Newberry ought to get, a
copy and see how broadly t.he founda
tIons of its future progre. have been
Olandesra in Newberry.
Y esterday Mr. E. A. Fellers of New
berry county report.d to the governor
the existence of glanders a mongstock
in Newberry county. The report has
been forwarded to President Hiartzog
of Clemson college with the request
that he send a veteranarian to look
into the matter' and jtake the proper
steps to prevent a spread of the disease.
-The State 17.
Bears the loKind You Have Aiway Bought
san Wa .he y Eawi,
~~cured at home wik..
out pain Book of -a
oiulara sent Pm'E
0 . Is. s. M ot
TO OUlon at l'o,trit Augntt il, anid Clone
nt Newberry August 25th-tuuit
dittes Mutit File Pledge by
Tbe following is the schedulo of the
countity Campaign as arranged at the
recent, ineetting of the Exceutive Coim
Col'NTY CANMIPARN SCi EDUlE.
No. 5-Spearan's Spring, Tuesday,
No. 4 -Whit,iiire's, Wednesday, A l
No. 3-Mt. I'leasant, '1hursday, Au
No. 2-T. W. Keitt's, Friday, A ug. 2-1.
No. I-Nowherrv. Saturday, Aug. 25.
No. I-West Elid, Saturday night,
A Miuister's Cood Work.
"I had a severo attack of bilious
coliC, got. Ia bottlo of Camberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diiarrhooa Remedy,
took two doses and was entirely cured,"
says Rev. A. A. Power, of Enporia,
Kan. "Ay neighbor across the street
was siek for over a week, had two or
three bottles of mcdicino from the doc
tor. 110 used thenm for three or four
days without relief, so discharged him.
I went over to sco him the next morn
ing. Ho said his bowels wore in a ter
rible fix, that they had been running
off so long that it was almost, bloody
flux. I asked him if he had tried Chai
berlain's Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea
Remedy antd ho said, 'No,' I went
home and brought him my bottle and
gave him one (lose; told hm to take
another dose in fifteen or twenty minu
utes if he did not find relief, but lie
took no mnore and was entirely cured."
For sale by W. E. Pelhain, Druguist.
Ni,W,vnjRiuy COUTNTY, DR.
1898. To M. M. BUFoRD.
To trip to Clinton and return
R ailroad ............................... 5o
To trip to Columbia and return
Railroad......-- .. ............ 2 6()
To boara and lodging in Colum
bia........................................ I ou
To trip to Trenton and return
Railroad......-----.................... 5 t;
To board and lodging on trip to
Trenton.......----- ............. 2 50
To hire of horse at Trenton...... 7:
To Railroad fare to Columbia
when to Georgia .... ............... 1 0
To Railroad fare from Columbia
to Augusta-.................. 2 55
To breakfast and dinner in Au
To two Railroad fares from Au
gusta to N illet, at 1.05........... 2 30
To crossing Savannah liver,
going ..... ........................... 50
To hire horse and buggy in
G eorgia................................. I r,
To crossing Savannah back for
three...... ..... .................... 75
To hire of wagon for three from
river to M illett...................... 7 5
To Railroad fare three from ii
lett to A ugusta..................... 3 .15
To hotel oil return in Augusta... 1 50
To cash paid Detective H1. A.
D uncan . ............................... 20 00
To Railroad fare from Augusta
to Laurens $2.90..................... 5 80
To Railroad fare from Laurens
to Newberry........................... 1 90
To 1,038 miles at 6 cents,
$62.28, no chargo..........$62 28 f-It.
M. M. Buford, Esq., Sheriff:
Dear Sir: You ask iy opinion as to
compensation of Sheriffs for covneying
prisoners. This is regulated by the
Statute which fixes such comnpensationi
in the following words: "Conveying
prisoner from one p)lace to another, for
every mile going and returning, besides
all necessar-y expecnses, six cents."
This language has been construed and
defined by the Supreme Court in the
ease of Carson vs. Sumter County, 32
South Carolina Reports, page 121. The
Court there held that this was an al
lowance for the services of the Sheriff
and not to cover his expenses, but that
he was entitled to his necessar-y ex
penses in addition thereto. In the
ease referred to the Court allowed r-all
road fare in addit,ion to the six cents
You submit the Riley Hlutohison ac
count for my opinion in regard1 to this
item of six cents per mile. I think you
could have charged six cents per mile
for every mile going anid returning In
conveying th is prisoner as allowed by
the Statute besides your necessary ox
pens es. Yours truly,
GE~o. S. Mowuin,
Attorney at law.
Newberiry, 8. 0., August 15, 1930. f it
ECZEMA ITOHING HUMO11I6 FIMPLES
CDRJED) fY 11. B. 13.
Bottle Free to Bufrerera.
Does your Skin Itch and Burn? Dis
tressing Eruptions on thec Skin so you
feel ashamed to be seen in company?
Do scabs andl Scales form oa the Skin,
Hlair or Scalp? Have you Ecema?
Skin Sore and Cracked? Rash form on
the Skin? Prickling Pain in the Skin?
lil s? Pi mpl.as? Blon( Pains? Swollen
Joints? Falling 1-air? All Run Down?
Skin Pale? Old Sores? Ulcers? All
these are symp-o ns of For.cma anid Im
pur-itics and Poisons in the Blood. TIo
cure to st,ay curied take B3. B. 13. (Bo
tanic Blood Balm) which makes the
blood pure and rich. B. B. H. will
cause the sores to hoil, itch ing of ec
zema to stop forever, the skin to be
come clear and the breath sweet. B.
B. B. is just the remedy you have been
looking for. Thoroughly tested for 30
years. Our readers are adlvised to try
B. B3. B. For sale by druggists at $i
per large bottle; six large bott,les (full
treatment) $5. Complete directions
with each bottle. So sufferers may test
it, a tial bottle given awvay. Write for
it. Address BLfOOD BALM CO., At
lanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and
Frece personal medical advice given.
We the undersigned trustees of
School D)isirlct, No. 8, will receive ap
plications for a teacher of the Harp
colored school until 18 of August 1900.
J. W. Swittenberg,
Nowberry, S. C.
W. HI. Long,
'I be Stockholders of the "Newberry
Alli.nce Warehouse Company" will
meet at Prosperity on Friday, August
31st, 1900, at 11 o'clock a. mn., to elect
directors, and transact any other busi
ness that may come before them.
Ri. T. C. HUNwan Pos,
Malia'ers of Priml'ary 11ctio0i,
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i. a farofoninnt symptonl of vitiated
blood. IffCovored with 1mples. tho
avidenco 16,complote. t' 111turo's
yoyof warning you ofyourconditou.
never fu1$ tq rectlfo aW disorders jot
tho blood, al.1ght, or sovero of long
tntnding or rocent originh. it hrti
geors record guarnritees Its effcacy.
Sold eVer.vwhere. Prico 81.00 per ull
quart bottle. Proparod only by
MICHIGAN 11CUC COMPANYO
W.. l'ethami, NewherryV, S C.
Smit h's Dru1g Store, Nowhorry S. C.
The Riecders 1,'harmatcy, Nf!wher-ry ,S. C.
)r L. G. Co'butt, I 'rosperity. S.
Fresh11 Turn if) Seed at (itkler's Corner
Drug Store. r t, i f.
A good Talim Il'owder for 5 i, at:d
10c. a box at Gildee' ('orner i)rtig
Sto -. f.-t t
\10son's I"I'lit Jars aid i u1bberS. l)w%
est ca'sh prices, at, Gilder's Corner Dliug
Store. t& ft S
luist's TurIii Seed at Gilder's Cor
nor -Drug Store. f I, t,t.
Fruit .,ars and Iutber's itt lowet ensh
prices at, Giler'S Corner I )-ug Store. t
We keep none bO Ilte bit; atmld the
freshest )rugs at Giider'.s Corier Dirug
Store- f& t, U.
Por good Cigars antid 'Tobacci go to
Giilt'er's Corner D)rug '-tOre! vI.f t, tf
Greenville, S. C.
The next, session (pen -z mi Ow "6t-h (if
September, 11900. 0ull and h :1thoulh)
inst.-rtction. leading it) thte c , o-4 of
B. A., and M. .A , is d0'erid. i atding
in private amili--s noi'rate: it met-S
hatll excullent faro umay bw had at less
expense. Ct repuene S;,Icited.
Appl*intions for pices in th' mer's
Shotld not he dt ferred. Por furI1ther
particuhrs apply to I he l'residl-t.t.
NoWcc of filial SNtilit al f1ctlmic.
N OTICE 11 iiVIlI-1Y (;I ViN
1,t t I will malwe ai na 111 ,tl0
ient, oi the .te of Nicy Il, de
cellsed, i I the 'rlbite Cmi t' I".1 \ .tw
berry CouiLy, S. C., on .\lot!ty he
101,h day of Septembtr, A. 1 , '. 10 at,
11 o'clock inl the iolreloonl, nd w%ill im
neditki.ly thVe1(Clfter al)l)ly for h,'I Lts
DISmDissory ats ."Necuitor, ofsaid c,Jtate.
All pe!,sons ho!1Inag - laims ainst
Lthe said estate v il! pr: ent, t.he siale
duly attested. A td ill those indelAed
to the said estate will pay the sitii oil
or before that dtht
TJiENCII ('. l'>t >)L,.
A\ ugust 9t,h 1000It. l':x eto'a r.
Tate Epsom Spr-ing
Water for sale at
Everybody is pleased
with this health-afford
ing Mineral Water.
Harris Lithia and
All on Draught,
Glenn Springs Water
Cool and bythecaseat
Peliaffiut 2n Sofies
No n -,i ci ori n te ih
One ao rdos ofme mies can suchimi
ait- as orsbeo tound.rt In't,iOS m
plote, and contains cycrythin g neces
sary for tbc oflcc.
Our prices or cqualIty catnnot, be dup
W. 0. MAYES'