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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
I t... .................. .. ........ ( 8 c.
Shoulders .......................... c.
ams ...............12 4c.
Best Lard ........ ..........9(a)l0c.
Best Molats.i, new crop. ..... 60c.
Good Moltaise .................. 25(a250c.
Corn1 .................................. 700.
M Cae .......... . . ..................... 70c.
1 Iay ................ . . ................ M0e.
W iheat Bran a........................ $1.15.
Ist Pate-It Floir.................. $5.00.
2nd Best F our................... .50.
Strait F louu........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Llou ............$3.50 4.00.
Su .r.................. ..... ........ 6 G C,
R ICV.................................. si8 c.
C ofc................................. I 1.5e.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.15.
Balo Hulls, per cwt............... 35C.
B1ut ' , perv lb ..................... 15(a20c.
l.ggs, per dozen ..... ........... 1(u IOc.
Chickens, each.................... 15w25c.
Peas, per bush hl....... .......... 75c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 60c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35(q)0o .
Sweet potatoes .................... 60@'75c.
Turkeys, per lb ................ 6(O 8c.
Fodder, por cwt ................ 75(a)0c.
COTTON WVEIGH I R, rear of Cenl
I will 'es glad to servo you to the best
of my knowledgt e and ability. t&f In.
Best Half Patent Flour at
$3.65 at C. J. Purcell & Co's.
Dr. 1res'y at Woing's Creek.
In the absence of 1.ev. J. It. Hood,
Dr. W. L. Pressly, of Due West, will
preach at, King's Croek Church Sab
bath, Sept. 9, 1900, at 11 o'clock a. im.
of course we are oiliy one small atun
dry in a town, but we have tihe same
kind of machinery and other ficilities
for turning out fine work as the lorger
laundries in larger citics. G-, with the
crowd and p'itroniz2 a home institu
tion. Up-to datw -Aeam Latundry.
Superb line Gents :'ants and we can
f1t you. At Wowevt's t.
The patrons of Cut.ral Academy will
hold it meeting on S-:ptlember 11, 1900,
for the purpose of C!, etinfg a teacher.
Saary $30 per- month. Applecational
must, be sent to the tovdersigned at Po
maria S. C.
J. 1) Shealy.
W. S. Soy bt.
W. B. Kibler.
IDM'. forget to save the tickets off of
your packages. Remember when they
amouut to $3.00 we give you free one
bottle of cleaning compound that beats
f&t tf Up-to-date Steam Laundry.
Best Patent Flour on earth
at $4.35 at C. J. Purcell &
All summer goods are being closed
out regardless of cost. At Wooten's
- A Card of ThIanksn.
To the good pecople of Newberry
County generally, and to my old war
com rades esp)ecially, I desire to ex press
my heart felt gratitude for the large
and Iomp)lentary vote given me for
the ollice of State reasurmer in the
primary election of Angust last.
Winnboro S. . H I. JENNINGS.
Winsboo, . G, Spt. 4th, 1900.
A Frightful tilundelr.
WVill often cause :a horrible Burn
Scald, Cut or' Brtuise. I.3ucklen's Arnica
Salve, the8 best in I in worldl, wvill kill
the patin and1 prom p. y heals it. Cure
Old 8ares, Fever 8ures, Ulcers, Ro.ils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Ernptions.
lest Pile cure on earl 5'. Onmly 25 ete. a
box. Cure gun ran ed. Solhi by all
Save the tickets off your Iaundry
packages, and when they nmount to
. three dollatms we will redeem them
S with a 25e. bottle of the finest cleaning
compound in exist ence.
\t if Up-to-d ate Steam Laundry.
the Rleedevilh-~ school. A pply
To teact M. Smit h, Kinardsu, 8. C.
at once t ____
)Iiord for A,sgnat. 190(0.
Mean temt. ntbp. 64; Date 41, 6.
Date 8th. Ml i6$ ;o.o dy
Total precip., 'lQiy12, cloudy 5.
clear 14, partly Praiigvnd
'h. storms 22, 2
"s.oo badly damaged
Dr9 hot month,
by het. ehd 103 and up
The mercury rce s hsbe h
wards on 14 days. ha' bendh
hottest month onre
A Nigt of Terror..
'A wfuml anxiety wias felt for the w OW
of the brave Gener~al Burunham -
Mach las, Me ,when the doctors sal
she could nos live tili morning" writos,
Mrs. S. H1. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night "All thought she
must soon die from Pneumon'a, but she
begged for Dr. King's New Dlscovery,
saying it had more than once saved her'
life, and had cured her of Consump
tion. After three small (loses she slept
easily all night, and Its farther use
completely cured her'." This marvel
0ous medicine Is guaranteed to cure all
Throat, Chest and Lung Dsser-ses.
Only- 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles f ree
at all drug stores.
* Mr. Stevenson is doing some~ excel
lent preaching at Thompson Street
church. The attendiance is increasing
at every service. Services are held at
11 o'clock in the morning and at 8 10
in the evening.
VARIOUS AND ALL AIOUT.
Mr. B. F. Paysingor was In Saluda
J. W. Gary & Co., ere quoting 9-' ets.
for good cotton.
A good show every night next week
at the opera house..
J. F'. J. Caldwell, Emq , of Green
wCod, is In the city.
Mr. 0. Mcl. Holmes and family
have returned from Tennessee.
ar. Wim. C. Sehenck has returned
from his summer trip to North Caro
Mrs. M. J. Scott has returned from
Spartanburg where she has been visit
Mr. David Walton. of Washingtou,
is on a visit to his brother, M1 r. J. B.
)I. C. ). Weeks is now in charge of
the prescription department at Gilder's
Miss Gena Bradburn left today to
visit her unele, Mr. W. 1). 1lalfacre, InI
Mrs. )r. Jas. II. McIntosh and clill
dren, of Columbia, are visiting relatives
Win. Y. Fair, post.masteri at Newber
ry is stopping at the Mansion house.
Arnold's Funl Makers will appear at
the opera house every night next week
-10, 20 and :30 cents.
'Mr. J. W. M. Simmons left, on Wed
nesday for Glenn Springs, where he
will spend a few weeks.
The daily papers report a storim
headed this way. It was on the Flori
Ia coast on Wednesday.
tev. J. L. Williamson and Dr. W. P.
Pelharn have been attending I'resby
tery at Smyrna this week.
Dou't fail to atend the Wheat G row
rs' and Cotton Giowers' Conventions
in the court house tomorrow.
Dr. E. (. Jones and family who havo
been specndivg a few v.e-ks at. Cokes
bury, will arriv! homn today.
Mr. 1P. F. 1ix'er, who is superin
tending the uiret,ion (A an oil mill at
lamber. is tat home for a few days
Miss Vera UIoucal is visiting rela
uives at Rowesville. She is accoi
panied by her cousin, Mls [Uzzie Rives,
Mr. Eduard Scholtz was called to
Hendersonville the first of the week on
tccount of the death of a relattve of
Messrs. P. Z. Wilson, Z. F. Wright,
M. L. Spearman and Herman Wright
have returned from a few days visit to
Miss Margaret Law Johnstone, first
.o-cd. of Newberry College, is visit
ing Mlis Annie Shuler, at Selwood
We were shown a sample of the han
dies made at the Newberry Shttle and
Handle Factory.yesterday, and It does
neat a"d- pretty work.
There will be an extra communica
tion of Amity Lodge held on Friday
night of next wveek at which meeting
the M. M. degree will he conferred.
Rev. J. Md. Henry, of Monroe, La., is
spending a while at his old home. Hie
will preach in the Johnstone Street
Methodist ehurch on Sunday mnoriing.
Messr's. 'T. A. Epting and Jno. L.
Graham have formed a co-part nership
and opened up a general merchandive
business at Pomnaia. We wish the new
Mr.. 0. M. Jamieson has returned
from the Northern markets, where he
bought his fall stock of clothing, etc.,
of which he tells you in another cal
umn of this paper.
Mr. C. F. Boyd has returned from
Atlanta where he was summoned on
account of the illness of his brother,
Mr. M. PItts ]B)yd, We are glad to
state that he loft, him much better.
Rev. J. N. IT. Summierel Is attending
the semi-annual session of the South
Carolina Presbtylery, which convened
this morning at Smyrna church, near
Mrs. Paul Johnstono has -returned
from the Northern markets where she
bought a large and select stock of mil
linery and trImmings for the Riser
Millinery. The new goods wIll be in
in a few days..
The "bull-bats" have been catching
hall Columbia for the past fo w evenings.
One would think that a sham battle
was on If ho dId not know that the boys
were out for sport. The bat,s are said
to be fine birds.
An entertainment will be given at
West End Saturday night for the puri
pose of raising fundsto fur'nish the 0Odd
Follows Hall. Trho public is Invited to
attend. Refreshments will be served
and. an enjoyatble occasion guaranteed
The managers of election will please
send in the result of the election just as
soon as possIble after counting the
&tes, and Chairman lBoyd requests
tha b4e managers please sign t,he re
ports to that he will know they are
otTlolal.>femembero to pleaise get, themn
Few peoj e in Newberry have an
Idea what an eliteprise the city has in
the Carolina M atnufact,uriniig Company.
It, Is a large affair and is t,urning out
some of the prOtt,icst work in caskets
ever put on any market. Go down and
let Supt. Carlisle show you through
and see what Is being done bore at
Best Patent Flour on earth
at $4.35 at C. J. Purcell &
Rev. V. 8. it. ICOrl i1 va mly cirected by
Rev. W. S. B1. Ford, of Newberry,
who has accepted the patorato of tle
S-_conld Iiptist (hiurch at this place,
has Ilioved with his family to Galfney
and is low iitIalled in the house for
imerly occupied by \1r. Nillian jist he
low the Sceold Baptist church. M v.
Ford preached Iis first sermon to a
Galney coligregat,ion StIlunday tioriing,
and lie filled the pulpit againi Sundly
night. A large vrowd turned out to
hear him both in) I lie morinrig and atL
Iight, tnd his liearersi were delighted
Wil i him and Ilis st'rioni.
i\M r. Ford is at mnanl of great personal
magnetifsin ad ilas the knack of at
tractinig towards h imll tlhose with
whom ho colies in contact. Hie is it
man of exalted Cli istian character,
and i; il Very rIesIect a elever, geitlal
and hillitoned gentt- m11an, loved and
adimiired by all Who know him. Ho is
a great, eUre11-ch workIr, thoroughlIly ii
bued wit,h the spirit of his work and
itspired by his high and holy calliig.
and his Influence is stre to be great in
any commiunity where Pe may reside.
The people of Newberry were much
pleased with him t and his work there.
We oxtend to Mr. Ford and his fami
ly i warm and hearty welcome anl
hope that, tleir' stay in our Midst may
be both ILlea,sant an,1d prolItable. M r.
Ford is Comparatively a younrg imIan
but lie hIs gained a reputation as a
minister of marked ability, and lie S
cond laptist church is to be congrat i
lated upon securing his services. Ve
feel guite sutre that he will p!ease hiE,
congregations and that his sermionis
will be full of gospel truths that will
be edifying to al1 who may wear them.
Newherry eommends him to our care
1111d we shalt try to prove faithful to the
trust imposed iuon us.-(alicey Lod
Best Haff Patent Flour at
$3.95 at C. J. Purcell & Co's.
We have the latest make of macIi
icry, we purchase the hest of Starch
and blueiiig, we mamufcture our own
Solp, so we know it to be pure, and we
furnish you just, as good work as any
concern. Up-to-date Steam Laumdry.
A New Eitatbliu,ont.
J. S. Polikolf has opened up a CM
piete stock of dry oois, notions, clot.h
ing, sho S, hats, etC., 1n the sltor r.:
to tcil Mittle corner anId invites the
public thoromgl these colunliiis to call
tld inspect his goods. Ie clainis to ix
a bargain giver. Try him.
Cold Steel Or Delaith.
"There is but one small chance to
save your life and that is through an
operation" was the awful prospect set
before l vs. I. B. II tnt, of Lime RZidge,
Wis., by her doctor ater vainly trying
to cure her of a fright ful case of stom
ach trouble and yellow jaundice. lie
d idn't count on the marvellous power of
llectric Bitters to cure Stomach and
Liver troubles, but. she heard of it,
took seven bottles, was wholly cured,
atvoided surgeotn's knife, now weighs
morie antd feels better thun ever. It's
piositively guaranteed to curei- Stomach,
Liveri anid K idney' troubles and never
disappoints. Price 50tc at, all drug
If our work does not p)lease you in
aniy wny tell us about it. We will aip
preciato it. We are running a laund r
for business and to please our' patr-ons.
f&t t,f Up-to-date St.eam Laundry.
Miss Malrie Goodman, who left here
several weeks ago to v'sit an uncle in
Georgia, near Savainnah, d ied Wed nes
day morning after a short, Illnies. Heri
mother, Mrs. lsll, was called to her
bedsIde about a week ago Hot' re
mains were brought, to Newberry yes
tcr'day morning, caried t.o S rludahi
County, the formenr home of heo father,
the late Walter D).Goodman, for- burial.
Miss Marie was about 17 year-s of age
and was a younrg ladp~ of k intd andi sweet
disposition. Hcr friends wvill miss her.
Up-to-date Steam Lau ndryv.
f&t tf Telephone 24.
On account of the annual session
sovereign grand lodge 1. 0 0. F.,
Richmond, Va., Sept. 17-22, 1000, the
Southern Railway Co. will sell rounld
trip) tickets for one first-class fare.
TPickets on sale Sept. 15, 16 annd 17 with
final limnit Sept. 25th.
When you want a pleasant physic try
the now remedy, Chambcrlaln's Stom
ach and Liver T1ablots. They are easy
to take and pheasant In elTect. Price
25 cents. Samples frcoe at Peolhami'a
dlruig store. f irm.
H awks' Famous Crys
EY E-GLA SSES
scriptions filled accu
('OTO11N ISE(-:I 1.
thv jNmkoa)-r ivr mOvt" ICt'vele a%t New -
barry th4oe t 1 ha M%kssy VelIr-.
The cotton receipts at Newberry for
tho year ending S.'ptolmber 1st, aggre.
gate 21,875 halos. This is the largest
numbei of bales received here in one
selsonII Withinl the pamst fifteen yer,
and exceeds the recipts last your 067
bales, when the receipts were 21,20>8
hales. The r,ceipts for 3otu recent
1897 98.................. 21,005 bales.
18996 -97 .... .... .............. ..... 17,61 i 6 a
1895 -9 ..............................18, 59
18111 95 .............................18,001
Ten ye-ars precedin"g tihe above sea
sonls, the rec ipt -, rago : Ilong betweenl
17,000 aid 19.000 hales.
ThO large IPeeipts (or 1899 I1 1)e x.
ceeds the. epectations amil thii prvdic
tions of mume permons who tluluht, lams,
fall Uhit the Ieceilpt"s would uot. .go to
l',000 On a lcouit of tile s-ihort. vroll. If
Newberry had to dpil then on hir
own territory for inl increalse in i her
cottol receiptS, they wouhl eliae failen
nich below 2..tx, il th1! good price
for cotton whih wIaI %vns susmaed he-re Al;
during the an of mt 1im attract
ed it large uinM i, oti n here whicb
us tlily went. .o) other llrik-lets. I t. i,
to be hoped that. -imih.r conditions will
previIil ti is N ur-, an111d 01r (itsiness m1ev
should see to it thut Newberry givc
the toll lWiVe for C011. Oh. Or-ve'.
The earlIi i our.s blut. wo do not wint
it. All we it-.( is youl- s;oil eIi in n.
f&t tf U:p-to-dtto Seamn I,tainlry.
Attc-lm ion 1 t tees (row- i-, A ssue let .
The Cotto, (;ower->', A iociio 'i
Newberry County i.- liereby (lld I
meet at thv (,olri I Iouse on,i Sat irdi i
Septeibt. Sul. hn uie,a"tte! tft.11 -
adjournnment. A- t.he wim, Growi-n,
AssoCiattion. A full at tIId-1nce is v
quetst,ed, as bim:hn,s of i mrtanve ig
be brought, 1wfim te t ha assvuOatimn.
lo'it .r roiui l'ri,'jpr t i t.
Thv twO lino'.t illl"rusting sermilonls I
have heardil in a lm"n, 1:mW were0 tlhose
preached by I[. .v. W.;1. 1il0er in e race
chireh ye-terlduy mlloriling ind lIev.
W. II. Ariall in the lithodist church
yesterdly aftkrnI-oon1, the lopic4 b(ing
"li,ove, I twem1e'," and "I'repiare to
Alect thy Uod," re-,elvely. TIhe
silbjiCts atre Wld, but v\cv new, aind
these muen of Iod iWused vvw Lthoughly
and11 ideas i the th<orime. Im-ge au
dirnues wovr! 1e(-ent wi thtso ocea
i m- and I hey weo re el ti o.
Ilic serviat in tithe- l'i church
yesterday t1monn wr .he irst of a
se Ies. T.- Soavh s a d % w,I be h1ld
t.hrotlghIoct I':e m11-tOing. It ik hopled
suils will he Ivot and ot Ctheri builded
up in a1 loitLier ah
The family of Ni'. F. V. Capers will
leLve t,his weoc for Wa.hingtom, 1). C.,
their futi- home. AIr. C;pers is
plteased with his s!tution there May
theirs be a hiIppy lot.
Pie season-i hee of lite cotton open
ing rapidly and being Inmlketed as fast
'The sick uare all aan1valescent algainl.
Chlamiber'lainI's Pin lBiAm ai lied to
it cut, brisel 1, barn'i, scabi orI1 like ij ury
witllSianitly ai1ay the itini anti will
heal' the parts ill less tim than any13
otter troatmilent. UJnlesI the injulry is
veysevere it wvili not leatve a sceurI.
Pan Balmi atlso curents rheoumatism,
.veljin cgs aInd latmenetss. For' sale by3
W. I'. P'elham. f Li.m
We haive been1 hiavinii. some nice
si' owers, but, they eiim11 too late to dot
Cirops ini thiS Seet,ion are ver'iy sorry3,
hut, better t han on ca ex poeted : tihe cornO
c2:'op a somfewhlat beitter' .hani the cot)
ton erop. I think the p)ea Crop)l will be
almost, a fai lureo fromn the prospect, now.
The roller .aill Iarte still gr'indnlg
day and nighit. 'We hav'e heard some1
comlitl, f,-omn some1 (If ourl people who
hatiled 801m1 of their wheat, to the roll
er's. They03 say3 thoy don't, get a fol
The school att F'.irview hats 1been sus5
pende(ld fori a fewl month1 s. M(1iss Liie
Luther wll I eaich the nex t sOssionl of
school0 at !Fa:rview.
NIir. J. A. Hlake' has about, coimpleted
his d wellng.
Mrd . L. D). Morris anud wvife 1made1 a1
1f3ying visit to Chatpins hist,Sundilay.
Mr. L. D). Morris has stold his Garr'et
laCe, near1 HloIly's Ferr'y, t.o GeCorge
The Mormon elders are0 still in this
Mr'. M. Y. M orris and family have
1)een visiting his mot,her, Mrs. J. C2.
Moore, the past, week.
Therei' wa';s singing att Mr.. W X. Wes
singer's last Sunday evening.
The reason1 wvhy 1900 is (lot a leatp
yealr, ait,houigh It, is dhivisible by fotur,
is, according to Itho G regorian sys-.
t,em n wh lichti 411 ourea'entdar Is based0(,
t,he closing year of at centuriiy, anid is
never a lenap yeari unless it Is exactly
d ivislble by' -100. TJhie niext leap year
wviil be 19(1, ihe lust having been 1890.
I" eru since Ir,010 till blea yer1s att the
cnd of a1 century3 have bleen sepatrated
by a gap of (eight,L years, bitt the year'
2000 lwill interr'upt the ser'ies.
Mtuch suiccess to The-Heirald and its
readers. J. M. Mi.
September 5, 1900.
Have you a sense oIf ftullness in the
region o)f your xtoimach aifter cat,ing?
If so you will be benefi ted by using
Chamnberlai n's Stomach anud Liver' Tab
lots. TIhey aliso core belching and sour
stomach. Trhey r'egulate the bowels
too. Price 25 cents. Sold by W. E.
Pelham. f um
A Word of ritriviti to ur lrleislI ist Ilv
it is iti'alige to stty, htt n cvi-t-t,bi-,ts
true, tHaIt therek hits 111 watyuk IeeI a
loppiI,g (lf1 of %iot.1s inI t.ie .jccnt d pri
frvoin ,hev causi. of ovelcou'ldenee oI, for.
the Iack of iitterest wo ai le tolib t
aY. Iut frvields t his is w we a M o
,fteN heattel. Nov I wait, to ur1-ge upon
youI the importalnce of turling Out, at
tilt' hiVot box mwxt 'lid and keep
illg up thc fight unti, tHw lini.sh. W ek
all have ourv p-rfetcetit ii I I the tion
of mll County hiller, but, tho e ateL
dlanger lies in the ectimn of (;ov. Mt
The victor-y w"ich w%., ha.ve alrealdy
wonl multhe lin'Lh b d on nt, Ail Tut ii v
t.he HO)h. Wt: lim-Lt,rv:nwimbIwe at
daiigei lurik- in oIve -ivoithln'Ice. So
lgail lc t.I:t"O u1111j.0 you to turt'n Al1u t
luxl't uesday andlot for- your chtov
ni n tho :oI, ilidatcs for eoun tyi lie
and es le . t -s Ir )iAl till aN (. vr
whohin l i :jority fll (;ov. Mih weeney
our (Irle fr-ictill uf tho ip n uy
Sept.. 7, l900. 'h i p,.
(' Ae t ri.oti1 iih.orh Afiti 'I sr
ct.urt o .iu 0@ it,%um Ae
"I -u'frYed fo.r 11hirtY Yvat , wvith din1
IhlI an Ithoat I wa1O0tIL v a; t being
11ur1ed," ;ay. John I . lo!lowa.\, of
l'r1ch-1 Cin , i I haiad -11Clent c iO
1b t h ile a t. lolney amd i l r 1o
ithl t,lhat I luttl till IL I he of
I ecover.y. I \WS ml, Ole le from theL
r Y II 1 i L t' oI th 101iaIhI: . tat,1Vk I kuld Ido
no Himt of labor, could ot, vV0n IT Ve1,
but by accithelt I was perm'u tetld t) 11,(lim
'A htle tOf th 111111cl-lag il. C.i'l-iO,~ ( "I
Itbottle of 'hamblet'.rbt,i'i' ie, I'ho
,ra and lld uu cho-ait IZiLmAlledy, ante afil
1l!JIn,_. everal bottle 1.; aml intirely
- I - d f tha I nMnI blI e.II I amil SO Ileal1'L
11 a the I u t tha 1t i :.1l0 JxiXOuS that.
i in're ach of 11 ehoally who u it.; lI
' l%e-r- aho by W. E. P'elhami. f limt
A 4..oc il,ie (or wo,0 it,
I- . I ,'ignI, w I r is a blact
.it' holl al t l'omt via, exhibited a4
pit-co of his workc aI" I h i ,.lie yester-day
111hat sh1OWed 1.ta 11 he II a1mWCh11n1iC U'f 1no
an aility. It, wa Daiase
,nill n , S by .~ inlht I t w, a per
rLeCL maliChilino, 11MQ inlllckmt
.;hol) with mrdiinary3 black: mlith tools
Uld when VOnnCWt 11h1)Wl stauM ri
ilih , It wa,; in tu tho wor-k of at
A teacher for 'theeford ACMaeMy
cho.l. Se, i mthe chate SC al1 II.
Ml1 (1,4afIher p rierrId Stio a d i
eat ions t o thIe u d I signed S.ret:u'y of
lIoard of Trc-oer. of al s
T1111(S. W . KlIATrT.
The snthins a o rtalin s roea-tics
4f this r-4n1edy, its pleaI-Iant taStW a11d
rotntianm perlmanen, ec 4 have e
it, a igeat tvovite wich ptople wvey
wess. Itid espocially pield hy aoth
,-vm of "lmall c1lhi l Nrtn f o dbs, cl-01up
nd whooping byh,pa itn rich1.,buy af
folIs quick lifo f, anld - it contain t n
0Iitiutm . 0r 01the harmnfill dru , Illmay
lieOrnou itius idi t1thy liero
I adctR nl. rSulT ating aue
toras fo the stat n t
munsite c raC"Dtritc mal-.
|| statsti sho thato lnerveUu deaths
nIhi.umerc' one-furlth of all d,eath'ys.
I rcordved oted raibingN hc'' manin
Ladthes gand eii fortsgea
cx strig to thei s oe ie.st ofthek
fi ahtood and,LI pur boiod to theLO
torn-ou lt tkitues, rg the ie
givnou'ctivt anl reulay allte
organso Sof t et O't the body.c
coirnette Yh aous Hit' Hver pls. 5c
W31. S'.hm NPwbery, FF C
Queon of Southeri
3AL X0S .L.a
There is but one Glent
Equal on the Contineni
Kidneys, Bowels and B
HOTEL OPEN JUNE
Cuisine and service u
resort in the South.
For Board appli
One car load of Bug
gies just received;
Buggies of all kinds
and of the very best
make. Also one car of
the well-known White
and see our Buggies
and Wagons and get
our prices Ebefore'buy
ing. We pay cash, dis
count bills, and, can
give you the very low
Uelery Stitlds, B'utter Di es,
Caho Pltes, Syru p Pitcher,
('rall itchl r, Fruit Stands,
\ilitors, Knlives, Forks,
TVIL anId'ITablo Spokons,1
Suigarl Spoollm, Buitterlnies
('ravy Ladle;, Sollp Ladles, &C.,
madI(h inl quadrupIll at 10 110ONL.v. \VO
also iavo it now lot. of Storling Silver
Teal Spoonl. anIl at f(,Nw 'It'h i ints
(locks left which Mus-r go.
DA;NU!.;L%S & CO.
I Hard \Vood of al! kinds:
D( A\l )D, PEHX81MMON,
AS , r()N(; \ViLTE OAK anild
For pricos and otier information
call or address
NEWYBERRIY RhANDLE &9-1U7V1jET0,
2 m 4 f
(hfers .\ . 1t., Ii. S , Noral, I:xpires
M E,A T, MuA M,lHsiesCUrse
uIde'r ex per'. -i \*-.eac-. in . ideal
col I'g ' r r ' y, ti al 1 sei morat
:and rel igioas , '" a e,I,. ThoIirouagh
nessM, homei (oif.':;n and I re Ihits , inI
high religious3 tonet LI nr sirolg polits.
Most hecaL,hiful loention. Tublula;r well
wvater, absitelyQI purie.
lrty-sec5o(lm L . ''; Inin open jiI p' temt
Land aiid Security Co.
Wil,a U'Y AN) S1-11,,
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds aind
0. B. MA.YEIt, Presidenlt.
J1No. M. K isNano, ScC. anid Treas.
We Sell Furniture,
Organs, Sewing Ma
chines, Mttinigs, ear
peting, Ru s toves,
&c. fo ash, or on In
R.C. Williams' Old Stand.
t"reshi'i Tun ip Seed at (I lder's CornerCI
D)rug Store- f&t (f.
A good Ta'hlcumI I owder' for 5ic. and3(
l00. ai bocx at G,uder's Corner D)rug
StoreC. f&t t,f
MaIuson's F'ruit Jars anud Itubbers, low
cst cash) priices, at, Gilder's Corner D)rug
Store- t&f t8
Bulst's Tuniiip Seed at Gilder's Cor
ner i)ruig Store. fat I.f
Fruit Jars and R~ubbers at lowest cash
prIices at Gilder's C ornier Drua'g Store. t.f
We keep none but the best and t he
freshest D)rugs at Gilder's Corner D)rug
Store. f&t, L,f.
I"or good Cigars and Tobacco go to
Grldor's Carnor I)aug maoro ta er
i Summer Resorts.
L- C T X3 .F :
I Springs, and it has No
for the Stomach, Liver,
1, TO OCTOBER. I.
nexcelled. The gayest
pson & Simpson.
I N1VItRlY 00OI1EU1 .
(i'AI'I F,irI13 IN 1850.
l'n:r-olment last, session 17-4.
Courso for degrees with lectives.
Science 1.0ll with working labora
Libraries of :0,00(1 volulmes.
Eflicient 1'reparatory I)epartmllent.
Tuitioon in ('ollegiate department $10.
IlI ''n earattory department $20 to$30.
I ioard $0. to $12.ij50.
Next 1S0ion1 begins ()0tober .
P'or. atlge, address
GEO. B, CROMER, Pres.,
Newberry, S. C.
We buy second-hand
Clothing and pay for
same in any Goods in
H. C. Williams' Old Stand.
lini W atc4he l,I ings, I iroachies, Stuids
Sloeve and Link luttons, Silver
Novelt ies, Si l veu r Tab'e Wire,
Cut Glass, Gold ~and Sit-F
Ve' S)ectacles ",and
TUA"Y S &R D0 LL S
Which wo will closo ui01, as wo will
PARHKE RBYE T
AS'K FORt IT
At all Dispensaries.g|
WVOMI'CN'S WEA R
T1he pr'etticst creat,urces in the line of
are here now. We desir'e to adjust
stock and have marked p)rices (dOWn to
very low liures.
T1hese wrapper's are mnade of flno
qIuait, ty Pcre'al 0 i)n assorted patterns.
Trui mmned ith braid to match. Sepa
rate waist lining. Value for almost
twvice these p)ricesi-70)c , 900e., $1.20 and
$1.45. A nd beauti ful line Lad(11cs' Waists
in wh ite aind colored( Lawns and Per
o:ales and colored and black silks at
prices~ that~ will please and surpriso you.
Many p)retty ready-made garments
for ladle', in White MuIlslins; Corset
(Covers, ( ownfs, Skirts, &c.
WVill be pleas l to show you.
S. J. WOOTEN.