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f. if. AUA LETO
'(Atmibia, jaitlary, e.1.
The c'Jections are over and the
legi0l,ure will get down to busti
iess. The session is now far ad
vanced into the third week and not
a great deal has been accomplished,
and yet the cOm1littees have been
organized, tle elections are all over
and everything is inl good shape fo
good work. Some time has been
taken tip in discussing iesolutions
to fi a day for adjournment. Sonie
think that by fixing a day the bus
iness will be gotten through luore
rapidly. There is not inuch inl that.
The thing to do is to go ahead
ind get through with the business
(ind go home. The session vill last
forty days ot very close thereto.
Miss Luev Barron of Clarendon
couity was tle successful candi
date for librarian. She is a very
estimable young woiman and will
imi,Ae a very acceptable ollicial. The
office pays $Soo a yea-:.
In the race for Code Commission
er Mr. Welch of Newberry with
drew after the first hallot and Mr.
W. I-. Townsend was elected. Mir.
Welch entered tle race too late and
then a few days before the election
the report got in circulation that lie
hlad withdrawn. Mr. Townsend is
from Barnwell and is a law par,tner
of Attorney-General Bellinger. Ile
filled the position of circuit s licitor
and made a very eflicient olier.
He is a good lawVer. paintakin.
and areful and thoc wh. know
him bost say lie is pu"irly litei
for the work to whichi he has been
Judge Ernest Gary was :e, e:t2
judge of the lifth circtit w : i
opposition, a deserved t:i"o
faithful and acceptah:e
Judge ). A. Townse n d:~eat l
Senator Hvdrick for judge of the
seventh circuit by thirtY vote. t
vote being 89 for Townsen, and
for Hydrick. There ha been very
little disposition in South Car 'i:n
to change the jullciary exopt in
times of revolution.
Superinitendeit 1). J. Gri-ffith
was reelected superintendent of tle
p)enitentiary without oppIosit ion.
lie has made a good record and the
affairs of the penitentiary are in ex
cellent condition antd b esides t his
Capt. Griffith is universally popui
Mr. T. C. Odell of Pickens was
defeated for reelection on the board
of directors of the p)enitenitiary and(
Hon. J. 0. Mobley of Fairfield was
elected in his place. D)r. O. M.
Rowland of Spartaniburg and Mr.
A. K. Sanders of Sumtes were re
elected memibers of the board.
Mr. August Kohn of Cohnnhit
was elected a trustee of the South
Caroliina college andi Mr. L~. A.
Sease of Newberry a trustee of
Clemnsoii college. Neither oiie hiad
opposition. Each one is an alum
nuis of the college lie is to serve.
Mr. Sease is the first alumnus ol
Clemson to hold a position on th<
board of trustees.
The bill to iipropriate so;,oot
in aid of the Charleston expositiom
has received a favorable report fron:
the committee to which it was ie
ferred amid will most prob)ab)ly pass.
It is proper that it should. South
Carolina has given aid to exp)osi
tions in other States by p)rov'iding
for exhibits andt it would have beer
wrong not to give thme small aimouni
asked by Charleston in aid of at
enterprise in otir own State ani
one which will benefit thme entir<
The doctors and the cotton muil
men have been here in great forc<
this week. The dloctors are 01
* posed to the passage of a bill which
has been introduced to exenmp
graduates of the South Carolinm
muedical College at Charleston froii
standing an examination before the
State board of medical examiner
before they can procure a license t<
practice. A similar bill was pt esentte<
last year and killed. It strikes in
that it is a good bill to kill agaii
this year. We do not want to fil
the State with incompetent doctors
and it is no reflectIon on the medi
cal college to requmIre these gradu
ates to stand an. eiCltuiliation befofe
the State bodad. If they cannot
anvwer the questions that are put
tht.y t ought not be sent. out on tle
Cotmunity to give pl)ysic.
I'li C)ttoIl mill menl nre againlst
the Child labor - bills which have
beeni proposed It is very doibtfll
if the labor bills will pass this legis
atuire. It is argued that ally labor
legislation now vill impede the pro
gress anld development of the State
inl the line of cotton mill building, f
and that the relations now existing
between tL Inills aniid tile eipiloyces
is very pleasant, and it is best to let
the matter stand fI(or tle present.
On tle othler hand there are sone
very strong a(lvocates of the pro
posed child labor bill. The (Iles
tion will very probably evoke som,,
interesting discusion in both braches
of the general assembly.
Senator B. R. Tillman has beenl i
elected to the Ilnited States Senate a
twice d1-ring this seSsionl. The law t
IiNes tle tiI When this elect ion P
sial bI e hld and )I the first one was d
a weck too sooi. There was one
vote Cast against himl), that of Repre- 0
sentittative llolts, of Georgetown, lie
being the oily colored member.
Several Newherrians have beeni
iii the kitv during the week. Mr.
and .l:M C. J,. 1Iea e. C,l. (ivo.
ihn-tone. .\lr. R. I W Welcl. Mr. t
I. I m. i int. SherifY NI . . liford,
C ) . L. Sehtnpert, and possily
oth :,. Ilr. \\ -. lP1elh.in. PIof.
B. 11. oohnltone aIn1d Nr. 1 no NI.
Kmail came t'wi oin Tuesday
Afti:in to) Atend the a.g1ilet )Io
th. alnmi le South aoliila
wA tw , .-C p 1. 1r \\~-er
( . io . vf Ne w
' \' c e ~ :r d.1y or
<;:uranlining. D7 JO : wi e
gu,-ted to) ctynlsnl.t with S . e -
thrugou th t. Thegsa
presetc1t Legilatur witao wacrvs.a
memer te secessi\:taton conv netion,g
Cl.~ Rui A. Thi ns, f iOc tv h( owie,
and11 h))rlle is the vonngest memberiof
thes bos whhe isearse con- b
dtay l)to Mr. Jo.L Ine,woe
father,i Mr.gisatur Calwll was a
aielsoa em of the secess co n- liii
avilen t i e oNiieb e nibe i t
Ther houe vley his ofethe m-embers
oa iiionention no lescin eo
All co unty gos ernmencut matters
have been referred to a special comi
miit tee, and1( it is hoped some of thle
special lcgislatioin so prevalent here
tofore iiay lbe gotten rid of.
H on. II. Ii. F.vans is here attend-1
iiig a meeting of the State board of
The dispenisary has not been
ltuched oin at this session and it
is not p)robabile that there will be
aiiy d ispenusa ry legislaition A n e f
fort is madi(e to rednee the p)rofit to
the State, and thius thle incomie to
the school fnund1 will be cut down.
The counties ini which dispenisaries
arc located will continue to receive
the profits, but those counties ini
which t here are ito d!ispetnsaries aure
the ones receiving the niggest share
of th4e school ftund hieretofore.
We have rain today and the
weather is ini strong contrast to that
of ye.sterdlay. Bust it would not do
to have all sunishine.
Mr. Jno. A. BodIenba)Iugh, of Now
berry, was in the city yesterday. IIe
hald jus~t comol in from attendaneo
uplofn the goldenu wedding of ( oh.
anid Mrs. D. T. Biarre, of Lexington
S I aim glad to see some of theocoun
1try c!orrospondentai of Theli He~rald
anid N"wts are beginning to write
agamn. I uak them 1o keep it up for
1a letter from them is lhke n,ews from
horne and I road th'.s. letters with
much ph-'asuro and I know there are
- others who enjoy thorn alse>.
E. If. A
FULLY 'ASHES AW in.
bi W/edteotlaky #Ito l'atrmlytto Mtirohs- 0imat
Vlhich lonedI tin Ltit,t. Chatir or 111er
M ,ot ivontrtll TAfe -liotly E1niba ttd
aiati tv im'roimw-y Ito Takt to
WiVitior on Pttdiy,
( owes, Isle of WIg hLt. Jan. '22. -Queen
ictorit is dead and J.-d ward Vii reigns
hegreate-st, event, Iin the memviry (if
his generation, the most stupendous
hmange in existing conditions that eould
oSi)bly be(! itiaginle(, has taken pjlaeo
ob-dly, alnost gently upon lthe ali
ersary of the death of Queen Victoria's
athler, the Dulke of Kent.
The end of this career, never equal'
ii by any womanlit inl the World's his
0r', Catme itn a himIpIlly ftillSh ed0 roomt
it Osborne house. Tils iost respected
i all women, living or dead, lay in ia
reat four-postvd bed and mado a
iruniken aLom whose aged jaco and
gitire wet -a itertil mockery of the fair
ird who inl 1837 bvgan to rutile over En
Aroun(td her were gathered athnost ov
ry descendant of her line. Well wit h
j view of her dying eyes there hung
portrait of tle I 'ince VOnsort,. It
as he who desilned the roou atnd ev
ry part of the ast le. Itn soarcely aul
ile Words the whilt-lhiirvild bishop of
Vinelteister prayet beside her as he had
ftetn prayed with Iis soveteign for ie
tas helr chailain at Winl-dor. With
owed iatds the imptrious ruler of the
;ei man etp1 re and t ie mitan who now
< king of Enland, the woman who now
um0ceded to the Litle of uieen, the
rinics mad prineeees and Lthose of less
hanl rt-y"I dc.i iLLttiotn, listetned to tho
Six o'clovk passed. thc bi--hop cotn
i -ted his inter.essiot One of tite
tungr' chimiren ask I a (utstion in
brill, childi:hi treble and wits illmte
lately "lil-feced. Tih wtn. of this
oyal fVAm lilv s 01 bed fanti ly ayd the
I. t sh1i 1 -I unousily.
\11 I x 8') Sir Jitas i.id held
p his hatnd, tid I he people in the room
nwI tZl aitla.Ind ia! lost her queen.
pronouneed the benedie
P.\SSE.D .\W.\Y P'E.\t'F1,T(A.Y.
The q.wen iasWed away quite peacc
lly[V. Shte silfered Ito pain. Those
vt.o were now mourters went to their
om,1S A few minules later the in
v'ab elle el *me? of tIaterialislm step.
rn.,t ithe tipter of inter
na hi-ory. for the cour: ! dvs
- -ic or: I was v 11m
meI an WI pr. nba:y e taken to
Vitho- Saittufdav. Tihe eodlli! arrivvi
At I ncidient acistic of idthe
's soIcii utde for tot 'Other t o tcrred
wo) da.ys nI( whtent itt otne of the inter
alS of contciotusntes,, sheo summltOt ed
trenth~i to sutggest tt hter d r ssers.
vbo hadut bieen actg as nurtses, to take
hte opportunity 'of getting sotme frt sh
.\iondtay aftrnoont rhe astked t hat her
Ltt e Il'omtet rin spaniel he broughtt to
it wv us feared that t he queen was
y inmg abut.i ttitt the tmtornt.ng and eatr
ing~.e. wet e sent lto Osborne cottage and
he trectory to btrin g aull the tprinces andl
>incttesses and the bishtop of Winches
er to hteir ttedside. it seemed then very
tear thet entd, lbut when ulahings looked
Ite wotrsI, t,I:e qureent had( otne of the
alie s du te to hter wtondeCrfuil cotrstitu
hie Prtincte of Waleuis atnd F,mpteror W :1
iatt. She ausked to see one oft her
nith ful servats, ai memba er of the
tou-sehtold l ie itistetned to the room but
aufoie lie Lrot, t here the queenzf had1
m,se)int a ltoiu slee p.
lFotur i'clock mtarkedl the beginoaning of
lhe endi Again thle fatmily wire sum
notted aid this tme the reIapsae w as
tot follotwed by recovery.
Thke Prince of Wasles was 'vr much
iltednl when Lt doctors at last, In
orme.d him that hi-t tmother had
>ret atl her la-st. Iurmperor Wilhiam
imulta.lf de-eply all ected, did hIs best, to
tinibtet t. itfort to hIs sorrow-stricken
,tel~e, whose new dignIty ho was tbe
rst to ac2ktnowledge.
From tall pat tu of the world there are
itill pourIng Into (owes messages of
~ondolnce. 'They chamte fromt crowned
tI-ads, millionaires, tratdesmnen aitl pau-.
peLrs, and arc variously addressed to
heo P rince of Whales and the Kintg of
ltti)oeror WVilliam's arrangetmenta are
at,t st,tled,(l. is ytcth wiii arrive theo
aiday ( Wednesday ,), but it, Is believed
~hat he will not, depart nutil after Lho
uneral. Sever'al other troyal person
IgeS are8 likely to nut pretsent at, the
unttion, w hicht Itr Obably wIll beoacore.
nony ttevei to ibe equalled in t,his coen
I,ART ISA Yf' 0F Itt'RJLI(N.
Th'e record of the last, days of t,he
reign of Victoria is not, easy to tell.
rihe correspondent of the Associated
Pecss was the only corresponident .
mitted to Osbor-i o ousO, and his inter
view with Sir Arthur .iohnz lUgge, pri
vate secretary ,o~ the late ilueean, was
t,he only oilial st,at emetnt t,hat had boon
g iven) out,. i)r severial weeks t,he queen
has been tailing. On Monday week she
iu-nmonod Lord Roberts and asked him
some very stalching quleations regard
ing the war in South Africa. O: ft ute,
day she Welit.fori a d'lve, but was visi
bly iliected. On Wednesday she suf
fered a parnlytic stroke, accompanied
by intenso physical weaknesF. It w. a
her irst illness in alliher 8 years, an
she would not adinit it. Then he r con
dition I-Trew so serious that, against. hel
wishes, the fNnily were summoned.
When t.h1y arrived her reasonl had
)ract,ically snccumbed to paralysis ants
weakness. Thle evenis r.f the last few%
d;ys are well known.
AI the lodge gates tihe Watchers walted
nervously. SuddPinly along the drivt
frmn the houso came a horRemani, who
eried, "Tho queen Is deati !" as he dah
ed through the crowds.
Then iver the hillsido rushed ai
myriad of messengers. Soon the suir
rounding country knew that a kit
ruled over Groat Britain. The local in
habitants walk-d as if in a cireta,
thrmugh the streets of Cowes, bNt tb-%
did not hesitate to stop and drink the
health of tiie new monarch.
T1111 WVATCHMIMS OUTSID1.
Osborne House Gate.', 1s.le of Wight,
Jan. 22, 7.05 p. in -When the 4 p. m.
bulletin announced that the queen wau
sinking all the wateners at the gates o.
Osborne houst- made up their minds to
remain to the end. The cold was Intenso
and a few favored ones sought, shelter
in the royal lodge, just inside, whert.
they waited in absolute silence. The
telephone bell rang it 7.01 p. m., bti
before a royal servant had time to take
Ihe lessaue the chief of the queen's t)
leo emerged from the darknesm and.
with bare he td, said:
"Gonttlenen, the queen passed away
All preseut reverentay uneovered anl
then shrill whistl i;and the i inging ov
the b-lls of i ba bicycles in watiting were
the signals for messengers to race to
Cwes with the news. In a few mo
ments the pitce wits deserted. Simtulta
neously mmiunted ueseners, on whit..
I .sos, datshed from Osboine.
On their arrvail at Cowes the corre
spondenis found the news known both
a' l t and West Cowes fifteen minute.
bfo'e it had been anounced to tho-e
in waitiag at the gates of OsLxorne
house. The streets were already lilled
with sorrowful crowds discussing her
(.)-berne. Januay-Y 22. 6. 45 p. m.-The
fol'win,g -ig' ed by -ne royal pbsi
eian,, i .h)e -of
Ii atn . enm
J . E0ps. of UnIon, ha b en
,n a is t to the D uglas family for the
pitst fetw days
Mr. J. P. Ri .h ed his been i i..
- of C--ter, 8 !., on a busins i p.
.r W. V. Lyles and famil, naive
moived to Spanrtan burg where le wal
len-! his d sugh ter, Miss Sallie, to -
Mr'. WV M Na -ce has mnoved in tI.e
3.vir hiouie sat ly owned bay Mr. K. 1E.
Otir popullar friend an dloctor, D,
W. L. Sims, has been in the communrmy
)irlcitIlat.ing among his friend?. The
I)r'. is nowv locatted at Whitmire, vbere
lhe is 0. j''ying a iar'g- practice in medl
Dr,. S M Camr'on, lately of Call
1orni and e.t,b'r Western States, was
in the county last wiek. T1he Dr. is
located att il rbert, and shelton, s. 0.,
wher'e he is pr'actlsing his profession.
Good luck to you, old boy.
M iss Mar'yColield Is teaching sebool
now at the old Rlenwick p)lacei where
tbero ba-i been a sebool established by
theo school trustees.
Tiher'e has been some imaprovements
madec on the school building at May.
blrnton, which will add to the comfort
of ihe pupils.
Mr. W. 15. WhItney Is- at work now
on tbe e-sttages for the WVhitilre CO.
This will be the beat thing for a
territory of '20 square miles around
Wi,tmaire that. couald have nrappened.
TIhe p>opulation had gcottGn very thin
and the lands were beIng washed away
from negie-ct of theIr cawners, by rend
lng them out tee negroes and moving teo
t,own. lily b)uilding a mlil In that terri
tor'y will open a maarket, for aill surplus
the people don't, consumo, which will
amount, to quite a.sum In the couree of
One of the finesAj plaes to build a
mill now is a' L~y1es' Ford at the 8 U.
& C UC. Rt. Tihe depot Is not, over 100
yards from the shoals. The water
power is equal to that. of Lookhart
shoatls on Braoad River.
Mr. H. M. McCarliey, of Spart,anburg
County, was down some trime since te
see his father who has been confined te
hIs bed for two months at his datugh
ter's, Mrs. IS.8 Hardy..
Mr. J. Q. Hail, usi Newberry, hat
moved back teo tlis community aud will
farm on theIr place near the Oxerc
Mr. Newt. Darixy has moved to Mr.
J. M. Hlendeson's place from New
W. D. May bin and Miss Eren Conoeld
were married: at the home of the bride's
parents on the 16th near Gosheen Hill,
Union Oounty,.. 0., among a large
concourse of friends and relatives.
Mr. J. Ei. Cofield and, s<n, J. 0., are
attending court this week at Unon.
C. FE. Eilson has gone to live ilth Mr.
Tom Eleon. near WhItm re-,
Miss F'annie Epps Is on an extended
visit, to relatives in Union. 8. 0. ii.
Utdte}Man Turn d tello*.
(jr!at consternotIon was left by the
fricds of M. A. I ltgarty of L,9xington,
Ky., whein they saw he was turniug
yellow. IIlH sin slowly changed color,
lso Is eyes, and he suthred terribly.
iIls mahluiv was Yellow Jonundice. lie
was treated btv the best. dyctors, but
without, belf fit. 'Ilen hto was advised
to try I-leir li, Itters, lie wonderful
Stomach wnd Liver remjedy, and hi'
writes: "Afier taking two bottles I
was whooly cured." A trial proves Its
.na11tchless merit for all Stoineh, Liver
,niid Kidney troubles. Only 25c. 8old
ny all druggists.4
If 1, in harvest flelds
Where strong ones reap.
May bild one golden sleaf
For love to keep.
'May speak one quiet word
When all is still,
IHelping some fainting heart'
To bear thv will.
Or ing one high clear song,.
on which may soar
Son,- glad soul heavenward,.
I ask uo more !
-Julia C. R. Dorr.
The man who knows nothing and
W tnts nothing ought to be compara
Somo fools put on more airs than
a wise head could grind out of a
Nobody knows all about it;
and nothing, now known, will
always cure it.
Doctors try Scott's Emul
sion of Cod Liver Oil, when
they think it is caused by im
perfect digestion of food.
You can cio the same.
It may or may not be caused
fa,"".'re of stomach and
C their work. If
cure it; if not,
T . -.:.v, : cure a disease
opits caulse, andc helIP
.e body get back to its habit
When Scott's Emulsion of
..od Liver Oil does that, it
cures; when it don't, it don't
cure. It never does harm.
'The genuine has
this picture on it, take
If you have not
tried it, send for free
sample, its agreeable
taste will surprise
,SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Soc, and. $z,oo ; all druggists.
Old Seed Birlia
We have burned our
papers of odseed at'
and don't you forget it.
We have only fresh
seed to sell, each paper
dated 1901, and Ia
belied D. Landreth &
Sons, and don't you
If you wish to have
a good garden, then
buy the best Garden
Seed, at Peiham's.
All Peas, Beans, On'
ion. Sets, &c., at lowest
P21iai'S 2 St0re8.
Special Term of the Court of
I NOBEDIENCE TO THEL ORDERCl
of is Honor, ltienry McIlver, (ChieI
Justice of tho Supreme Court of Sous I
Carolina, dated the 4Oh day of Januar' .
A. D 1001, a Spect I Term of the Cour.
oft otinmon Pleas for Newborry Cou,nta
is hereby call.'d t.o be holden at Now
herry Court HIouse, huginning~ ont Mon
day, the 28th day of Januiry. t90l,
JN6. V. GOGGANR,
0 c.P Ao (I
Newberry, 8 C., Jlanuary 0, 19)01
Noico of Final Sottlemeont and DIscblargo
NOTIC IS IIHRCJ%V IflVA
, tha~thIwl make final a"U.loumen'
n the "state ofI L,ambert 3 Jonrn and4
Mary E. Jones. deceased i. the Pro
ha te Court for Newhewrry County, S 0
%)n WPdfnesday, .t,b 20t.h day of01 r
arv, 101, a' 11 .solc in t,ba fornoon,
a.nd will immedIately thereafter apply
for Ie-tIers ditiss'ry a. adminIstrator
ofsadsL AMBERlT W. JONES~, .
)n Winter Suits, Over
We have just inaugurated our Clearanc
jig lot of Mten's and Bioys' Suits to be clo
2it purchased a Winter Suit now is yo,
,his sale as a cobt sale, for we now sell a
Less than Cost, and all
to be closed out with
The Shoe Hous
The last season puts us further li the I
sold more Shoes during the past season
time. This fact alone attests the inert(a
We have a large stock of Shoes now on
member that JAMIENON'S is the placo
In Hats, Caps, and all kinds of Gents'
AT THE 0
and hundreds of
selling at a very lo%v
We must clean out
all this stock for a new
line. Give us a call at
The Book store,
W. G. MAYES.
30 TO SMITfI'S FOR
in great variety, in fancy packages anm
in hulk, for which we' elaim superi:irita
in delicacy, permanerie atud flower)
In Justice t o Yourself
we ask that you visit. Our store and b
convinced that we r,ro better prepare'
'0 supply your wants thaa man
Iaterest paid on udeposits in t ne Savini
D)epartment at, the rate of 4 pe cr
ser anburm from dato of Cepr s 4at
The Conercial Ban
CAPITAL - * $60,( )SO ri
Wo transset a tener'aj inkl o a ihiti
'fts and solicit the( n.~~eout' H g un
viduals, firms Sand co"rporIat tone ,
I o. H. MowiM R, l' 7 lH iEfw
JINO, M,KfINAItIJ, P' ide era,
V, i MAYeliqJt, (,I', y tilit
Notice of F4inal elet tb
, -btIwilli makeea fl,a s eti~
iuteaiand, ine the offiee of the Pr sih
n'Dgo for Nowheorry County, on ti ad
iMy of fe'ebruary, 1901, at 11 a. m I i
mitelEJOy thareafter apply I ,o
nnu) di.schrg as Administrator < ,
NAfHANTEL GISS ',
A dministrator of the personal o is
of Mattle MoO. Gist, docessed,
-coats, Woolen Under
i Sat e t f all 1oavy Winter Goods. A
sed at lit nit half price. If you have
ir opl ortnit,. W- () not adverth,e
gre(at. m1any SaIti for
Woolen Underwear is
out regard to Cost.
e of Newberry.
ead in this line than ever Wit have
than we hlve ever sold In a shnilaIr
of our 8hoes
hand. S, when you need Shoes re
to buy them1.
Lurishings we are headquarters.
EVERY ONE IS
To come and see the
Goods, consisting of
Jewelry, Silver and
Novelties of every de
scription, and prices
Will keep open until
Xmas every evening
until 9 p. m.
TJ' XI'LANA lION
of our etucess in Shoe selling ties in the
fact, thaat, we ph.ase5 nut'r atrons Our
Men's Shoes are of the fin. st, and best.
Laeather', t,horough. tunne-d and sea
Famed. The Soles tare s tough that
t,b-ey will out wenar I w( or'dintary paths.
T1het uppers, while soft and pliable, will
last as long as the sols
Trhe "liosionian" is a wonder in that
it. 'ombaineOset yles durahiit,. for' so lit
tIe maney. You may payv $5.00 hut,
thev' wl-l not he any bettor that. the
'-Bastonitan." Try themt once and be
We haave an immense st-ck of
Ladies' Misses' and
m tat are a way up in qualit y but quite
Io w in prio.
-Try us on shoes
S. J. WOOTEN.
Notice- of Final Settle
N that I will make a final settle.
mentt of t.he estate of Mark Clark, do.
ceased, in the cilice of the Probate
Judge for N ewberry County, on the 6th
md ay of lechraaary, .1901, al 11 a. mn.; and
Junmediately thereafter apply for a
(linal dischar go as Administrator of t,he
estate of the said d'ce'ase(d.
J. Y. M'FALL,
Adinnistrattor of the p)ersoal estate
of Mlark Clark, deceased.
sNotice to the Public.
Hlaving boon with the Singer Manue
Sfact uring Company for thte past four
years, and ha, ing been transfee red from
Nort.h CIarolinaa territory to Newberry,
I d' tiro t) ttnnounogl tj) t,he puici that
my eaduarerswill be with Mr.
Tod, heUnmsslon M.rchant, where
0J w.l.Ll,carry a large stock oft the cole.
hUlt(l singer Machints, Oil and Ne
dilet. 'iI'o anyone In the city or county
i-. of Nowhetrry, who has an otld maohinen,
Ii- Iad s thinkling of exchtanging fotr M
now ctte, I desIro to say if you will let,
me show you a Minger, you will find my
'a prIce rIght, and it, is the world's verdict.
that the Ringer leads, atnd all othere
.follow. We have the round bobbin,.
tihe improvement over the Osel'later
what we call the C. BI M-inhitne, and
we also hiave the Vibrator. I will give
r,as much in exobantge for an old ma
c- h ino as any mana, at d I willl guarantee
*mv ptrices are all right.
Re~member, it costs nothing to have
anew Singer pitaced in your house on
__ VMe trial If you find the machine as
dW -rop-resented. I will be glad to deal with
hi- you. They03 arc sold strictly on their
ate 'Revmembher, we sell on the easiest
3h -terms in the world Don't, forget, If
ind , on-can not find me, anay ilermatioo
a l eft.with Mr. Jas. F~. Todd will always
the recM4vo-myn prompnlt attention.
uiWe' take ini oxrhange~ old machines
cad ay frotn *5.00 to *25.00 for them~