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Knights of Pythias,
Newherry Lodge No. 75.
VAT1D C0o\VEtNW*T OF
this L-adge will Pe hold the 2ud
anud 4th Tutesday nigh's of each month
at 7.30. Vimidn'g Kotlghts eordially
welcomed. THO E. El' PHNG,
K. of It. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Building.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ........................... 7o.
Best Lard .............. .100.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Mo)asses............ ........ 25@ 50c.
Corn ...................... 650.
Meal ........... ........... 650.
Hay....... ................ 900.
W heat Bran............ ........... $1.15.
1st Patent Flour................. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour.............. $4.25.
Strait Flour....................... $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour,..........3.0 3.75.
Sugar .................,..... ,.,...... to.
Rice................................. 5 8io.
Coffee................................. 1 1 50.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Loose Hulls, per owt............. 30c.
Bntter, per lb ..................... 16 20c.
Eggs, per dozen .............. 12150.
Chickens, each.................. 16(25c.
Peas, per bushel................. 75c.
Corn, per bushel.. .............. 600.
Oats, per bushel.............. 35 Oc.
Sweet potatoes ................. 60600.
Turkeys, per tb .............. 8c.
Fodder, por ewt .......... 7590c.
NEWBEIRRY COT ION MARKET.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Gary & Co;)
February 8, 1901.
B est...... ......,................... 9I
Just received, large shipment Wando
Fertilizer. I can make it to your inter
est, to see me before buying. Can save
you money. I am the sole agent for
Newberry. I am your friend, farmers,
and want to save you money. Call and
so me before buying.
f 3m. J. J. LANE.
Just received Spring line, Zeigler
fine shoes for Ladies.
Just received 100 tons High Grade
Fertilizers, get our prices, we will make
It to your interest.
E. M. EVANS & CO.
We are selling the
best second pat. flour
that is made at $3.85.
Hurry up. Purcell &
Second hand Piano, used some but
always kept, in order. For particulars
apply at this illee X t&f 4t
Three (3) Good Sales
men and Collectors
To work Newherry and Laurens
Counties. Will pay salary and com
mission and give ste.ady employment.
THE SINGER MFo. Co.,
Spartae.hurg, S. C.,
f&t 8L RL. L ENoLAND, Mgr.
A new lob of Zeli' r Bro.'s Shoes just
received. Jamnieson. ftf
We are selling best
corn at 60 cts. per
Mr. Long Accepts a O.'od P'osition In Uall
Mr. J. M. Long, who for the past
eighteen months has been in ittsfield,
Mass., taking a course In the Stanley
Electric Works, arrivedl here yester.
day and will leave today for Anderson
where he will remain until Saturday
with his brotner, Mr. Reuben Long,
when he will leave for Colgate, Cal.,
where he goes to accept a very flatter
ing off'er made him by a corporation of
that city to erect and operate a large
We congratulate Mr.'Long upon his
success, and while we regret to see him
go so far away from his old home we
hope he will find a pleasant place among
Californians. He Is the son of Mr. 0.
F. Long, one of the most prosperous
planters of our county.
A Raging, Roairloig Flood.
Washed down a telegraph line which
Chas. C. Ellis of Lisbon, Ia., had to re
pair. "Standing waist deap In icy
wae, he write s "gave me a terrible
cold and cough. It grew worse daily.
Finally the best doctors in Oakland,
Nob., ioux City and Otraba said I had
Consumption and could not live. Then
I began using Dr. King's New DIe
envery and was wholly cured bysix
bottles." Positively guairontee for
Coughs,Colds and all Throat and Lung
troubles by all druggists. PrIce 50O0.
We are selling best
corn at 60 cts. per
See our hew goods. Very attractive
at WOOTEN'S, tt
We are entitled to
y,our trade. We are
the boys that have put
the knife in high prices.
The Charleston city council has ap
propriated 81,000 fer a freight bureau,
which is conducted in the interest of
the business mnen.
By their fruits en shall kno., the.
VARIOUS AND ALL AUOUr.
Mr. W. H. Carwile went to Columbia
Mrs. S. J. McCaughrin ts visiting
relat,ives In the city.
S!e ad. of piano for sale in another
column of this issue.
Jidge Y. .1. Pope returned from
('oluimbia on Tjesday.
Miss Gertio Pioster is vi;i .ing her
sibter Mrs. J. It. Green.
S'leriff M. M. Buford returned e
terday from a trip toColumbia.
Mr. K. S. Stillwell and family of the
county have moved to Greenwood.
Mr. Thos. F. Harmon had the mis
fortune to loose a flne mule ye torday.
M'as 4ula M %ers, of Lexington, Ky
is the guest of her brother Mr. J. C
BIlds are wan ed for the orec-ion of a
new school building at Utopia. See ad
Dr. P. G. Ellesor has been elected a
member of the Board of Hoalth and
Mr. J. 0. Rivers went to Columbia
yesterday where he expects to make
his future home.
Mr. Clint Duflle who is employed by
the Carolina Mf'g. Co., is visiting his
parents in Saluda.
Mr. John W. Taylor after spending
a few days with his family returned to
Columbia on W..-dnesday.
Mr. I. H. Hunt leaves today for Spar
tanburg on a business trip to the new
firm of Hunt, Hunt and MaCravy.
Messrs. W. L. McCaw, of Charleston,
and F. C. Fraser, of Greenville, are in
the city in the interest of the Charles
Work is progressing nicely on the
Central Methodist church, and when
completed will be one of the handsom
est edifices in the city.
Mrs. Jos. L. Keitt, Mrs. M. E. Cald
well and Mrs. George Jobstone of
Newberry, arrived in the city yester
day afternoon.-The State, Feb. 8th.
Miss Susie Rountree, of Laurens,
who has been visiting at Mr. E. P.
Bradley's, returned home Wednesday
accompanied by her friend, Miss Lula
J. B. Hunter. Esq., of Newberry, was
over last Monday, shaking hands with
his many friends, who are always do
lighted to see him.-Saluda Sentinel,
Miss Sue Coleman, a student of the
Newberry Graded Schools, is spending
a few days with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. R. P. Coleman.-Saluda Sentinel,
There is no county in the State which
can make a finer exhibit at the Char
leston exposition than Newberry
(,ounty. Let us not put off too long
Mrs. Jesse Smith, of Easly, S. ".,
Afier a visit t, her bvother, Dr. Van
Smith, went to Prosperity yesterday
,Yhere she will visit the family of her
"rother, Mr. J. D. Smith.
Mrs. Fletcher M. Boyd, the wife of
our superintendent of electric lights
aind water works, arrived in the city
yesterday. They are making their
bome at Mrs Willie Rluff's.
Mrs. Carrie Nation is giving the Kan
saa saloon what Washington gave the:
c'erry tree. She has very kondly notl
fled Atlanta to Jook out for her as soonf
s she finishes up the saloons out there.
We tremble for the State di'pensary.
Mrs. M. A. Carlisle, of Newberry,
has given the younmg ladies of the Wylie
''ins 25 coples of hooks for the library
they are starting. This gift is appre
eliated and ani others for the same pur
pose from any source will be.--Associate
iteIormed Presbyterian, February 6.
Two ordinances were passed by the
town council at its last meet ing. One
to prevent the plying of bill poster
within the city' limits withou t. a license,
and the other to aid the Board of Hecalth
in carrying out compulsory vaccina
tion. Read these ordinances 10 another
The members of the Senior class 5f
Newberry College will have an op
portunity of displaying their individ
uality to the individuals who will com
pose the committee to examine the es
says in June. The essay subjebct which
has been chosen by the faculty for the
Seniors is Individualism.
Erskine and the Due West Female Col
lege have invited Chauncy D~epew and
Andrew Carnegie to deliver the annual
Orations at their commencoment ex
ercises in June. It they accept Due
West commencement will have many
visitors this ysar. These colleges have
already been the means of bringing
some distinguished speakers to this
part of the state and we congratulate
them on having high ideals when choos
ing their orators.
Bvnn Year. In Bed.
"Will wonders ever cease?'' inquire
the friends of Mrs. L.. Pease, of Law
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave der bed in seven years
on account of kidney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration and general de bil
ity;but, "Three bottles o f Electrie Bit
tere enabled mue to walk," she writes
"and in three months I felt like a new
person." Women suffering from Head
ache, Backache. Nervousness, sleep.
lessness, Melancholy, Fainting and
Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless
ble"sing. Try it. Satisfaction is guarark
teed at all druggist., Only 50c.
Look out for Purcell
& Scott's Prices. No
matter what price you!
are quoted you will
always find us lower.'
*I0.80 Sunit. g12.98. .Tamiesons. f 29
INTERESTING LETUu iY I)xt. J. A. It.
Newberry College Y. M. C, A. Holds a Pub
io Meoting at Church of the Redeemer.
The 10. Il. James A. 13 8ehercr.
of Charleston, has been in the cit)
since T,tvsday and is deliveri nog a eries
o! leettre.- before the Yotni Men'.,
Cainristhui al%sociationl of N o%erry
College, the last of which will bu given
Iin the callt-ge chapol this ev.n.i ao
Oi Vediouday eVoling th. ptbic
was given 1.1h pri il''gu of henaring ian
excellent address delivered by him at
the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer.
The ineeting was in charge of the
Y. M. C. A. and was conducted by the
Presideit, Me.'J. 13. )errick, of Missis
sippi. Afler the reading of the Scrip
tarcs and singing "All L.all the power
of Jesuo tame" and a prayer by the
pastor, Rev. M. G. G Scherer, Dr.
Scherer spoke oi the three steps to the
"'Thro,e of manhood tind womanhood."
These three steps he said consisted of
self-reverence, self-knowledge and self
control. He spoke of the true beauty
of the soul and of the body as being the
'"shrine for the shrine of the spirit.)
He closed his remarks by impressing
upon his hearers that there is nothing
in life that Is worth having, that is
worth being that is not religious.
The young men of the college were es
pecially fortunate in securing so ear
nest a Christian worker as Dr. Scherer
to be with them on this occasion and we
deeply regret that our limited space
debars us from publishing his eloquent
address in full.
The music for the occasion was fur
nished by ten young men of the Y. M.
C. A. and added much to the pleasure
of the evening. All who were present
commend the young men very highly
for the way In which they managed
this part of the program. The names
of those composing the choir are: Mr.
John Harms who presided at the organ
and Messrs. John Setzler, J. W. Ballen
tine, J. V. E. Wiles, C. L. Wessinger,
0. P. Wise, Edwin Shealy, W. C. Swit
tenberg, L. A. Black and R. L Shealy.
You Know What You Ara Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
A lot of Zeigler Bro's Shoes $1. 10.
Regular price $3.00. Jamieson. f 2t,
Mr. Holmos Talks of Cotton.
Mr. 0. Mcl. Holmes, one of the load
ing cotton men in South Carolina, Is
in Washington en routc to the city of
New York, where he is going on a
business trip Mr. Holmes IB making his
headquarters while In the city at the
R.4leigh Hotel. le says that the ef
feet of good prices for cotton Is being
felt all over the State, and in his opin
ion, the cotton crop next year will be
larger thau it has been for several
years past.-Washington Cor. Charles
tin Post, February 6.
A Poor Millionaire.
Lately starved In L'ndon because he
c.-uld not dige'st his food. Early use
of Dr. King's Newv Life Pills would have
saved him. They strengthen the
st omach, old digestion, promot e assimi.
lation, implrove appetite. Prie 25o.
Money back if not satisrfied. Sold by all
Court of Common Pleas and General
The spring term of the Common
Pleae and General Sessions Court for
Newberry County will be holden at
Newberry Court H[ouse, beginning on
Monday, the l8th day of Pebruary 1901.
JNO. C GOGGANS,
C. C. P. & G. S.
Newberry, S. C., February 1st, 1001.
On Sunday, the 31st inst., at the resid
ence of the bride's father, Mtr. C. M.
Bouknight, Mr. Alphus Leapord and
Miss Sallie Bouknlght, Rev. W. MI.
Suits at cut prices. Overcoats cut
prices. Extra Pants cut prices. Boys
and Children's Suits cut prices. Every
thing in Clothing at cut prices. Don't
miss this chance to buy clothing cheap
or than ever heard of before.
f 2t Jamieson.
A Deserved Testimonial Fittingly Bestowed.
-The members of the Newberry bar
recognizing the kindiness of Judge
fames F. Izler in granting their re
tiuest to hold a special term of court
gave expression to their appreciation
in the following resolutions which were
presented by Cols. 0. L. Schumpert,
Geo. Johnstone and James Y. Cuibreat h
tm behalf of the bar and were also re
marked upon by W. H. Hunt Cole. L.
Blease and R. Hi. Welch, Esqs., in on
Whereas, The Honorable James F.
[zler has most courteously and oblig
ingly consented to come at our special
request, and perhaps at groat incon
venience to himself, to hold the special
term for us and for our accommodation:
Resolved. 1. Thbat we recognize In this
tct of Hon. James F. Iziar an exhibition
)f the same high patriotism which has
always characterized his actions and
~he same self sacrificing souse of duty
~hat has guided him through life.
2. That our most cordial acknowi
d genments are due him for his able cour
estes and tmpartilal discharge of the
ituties assumed by hinm at our request.
3. TIhat he is entitled to, and does
'eceive, our gratitude for his aquics
lOnce in our roquest to hold thIs court.
A mov ment is on foot to complete
the Catholicecathedral, in Charleston.
It Is an elegant though unfinished
Stoq,e ,he Conah andi Works of? the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no pay.
Pice 25 oente,
est. i-m'. of t i. Joiry.
The jury :ommissioners ml,et yester
day morning and dre-w twelve grand
jurors aind ti'v p.tit juri-v for the fle'st,
woek of the s--ssl'vrs ',urt which will
r, l 11" ( 1 IM thnlt 18t I nst %ith
Jud.o.) J C 1 K119 h1 pr. iding,'. viv vrit , d
urare for t e yar . at- a; ol lows, i I
ll!*,i, -x fromt i6
('MAND JtlORS I-OR TH 1 EA Iat,
l. dee t >- S II z
J- 0. 1)D ,-riol(
Go . J%WI sn
B I. Davis.
.1ino. .1 Hv.niz
WVan. L G dmng
1praN11 Ao \lKi ir.
Wmn I' lili4er.
Jn- A. F- 1 -r.,
11vonvr% J. K mird.
J .1ark Nicho's.
S L. Fl lt-rs.
Wvarre1.n 1 .lonlem.I
I'hios. J. B3ooz.-r.
JURORlS FOR FIIST WMEK.
J. Thompson flunter.
Jno. W. Wise.
Ed w. Rt. flipp.
G. WV. 8wit,t ti-urg.
Geo. A. Minnick.
J. S. Nolarid
T. Tomipstm i'ts.
Walter I Ii..rhert.
John 11. Alart.in.
Jno. W. Hli,udrix
E. Lee I-yes.
Jno. N. Chtry
Jno. Q. M t s
Albert J. G10hsonl
J. F. Richard-on.
J. Lawson Wi-j.
Noah E. Taylor.
Jacob K. 1lei.bugh.
Andrew M. C'ounis.
J. Lawson illt-rs.
Jas. L. Gruh -m
W. Q. Hipp
Eugene 11. Longshore.
W. Ernest Merchaunt.
I. Keller Glassgow.
Garrett L A oore.
W. C. Shealy.
Wm. T. Bford
Geo. A Bun rirk.
Wm. 13. Kinard.
Win. I B mz.r.
W. D. 11alfacre.
I. P. Cannon.
1I. Chapin L,ke.
The jurors for the second week of the
court will be drawn next, I'hursday.
steepe'd Isto Ltv Coals.
"W isheia child I buroed my f-t111
frighif ily," writes W H. Eads, (if
Jonesville, V i.." w h ich c iusid horriblit
leg morem f6r 30 .p-ars, but Bucklei's
Arnica &.1ve wholly o, red me tif er
everything olse fsiledl. I-1falDalble for
Burns. Healds, Cutiot, Sores Bruises and
Piles. Sld by all druggimis. 25c.
Can save the farm
ers $1!.00 to $2.00 per
ton on their purchase
To those of our for
mer customers who
expect to buy of us I
would appreciate their
informing me of their
needs, I can then re
serve for them their
requirements. Bu t
don't wait, you need
not haul until it suits
you. There is quite a
large demand and we
are taking orders rap
idly, and if you delay
we may not have what
you want later.
Newberry Oil Mill,
By L. W. Floyd,
bt Pres't, &c.
For~ lap robes going at $1 25 at
-wi'v -r "treor nots,
Ye.'terdai s -.s i rain' day.
Mr. J. WV. Long has mottved to Green
wood. Mr D,4vid Ws. rts now occupies
the stolte ftu'-mnrly ocit pied by J. WV.
Long. Mr. Wrrts e,rries a line of
W. S. Spearman was in town yester
Mt. Zilon has no p)ast.or now. Rev.
Rankin la no .v serving the church at
D)r. b:m Mlayer was In town today.
The doctor would make a good presi
dent for the new cot'on mili.
The luntber for our new depot and
waiting roomn has arrived(
Some of our farm-e s are shIpping a
car of peas to Greenwood.
The guano is rolling in by the car
WV. WV. Spearman has been In hed
several days with grippe.
The farmers will not get to plow any
for several days. P'uck.
Feb. 4th, 1901.
T[his signature Ia on overy box of tho genuine
Laxative Bromio-Qninine Tahlet.
the remedy ha am. an.. ao.d Jaoa d.a. Ie
Of W. . Sample who died at New
berry, S. C., Dec. 23 1900.
Oh brother thy gent voie ihb,
Ty wari triue he:v I
And ()n Ilhy palo and1 Po Wt fh1 fae .
Is rIsting deati's c, ch li
Thy hands are el - I,.
W e have kissed th,
And ill oti aching
We have nto brothler ,
One precious to our1 r .' -
The voice we loved i til
The place made vaca:3 in uil ,il
Can never more be li lod.
Our Father in it Is w doml )
The boon his lovo ha giv- v.
And though in eart) -he I o
Tihe Soul Is Saf inll v IIC .
Through all pain ait titm..,
A smile of heavenly birtih,
And wheni the anigle. calh d I i. ,
Ile smilled farewell to earth.
Heaveni retalieth Iow our in r 1su
Earth the lonely casket k ,
And the sunbeams long to hii-irt
Where our darling brother sites,
Asleep in Jesus, blesstid sleep,
Prom which none ever wake- to w eel.,
A calm aid undisturbed rel o;e,
Unbroken by the last of foes,
Asleep in Jesus! far from thee
Thy kindred and their graves may be.
iut thine is still a blessed slee).
From which none ever wakes to
Penceful be thy silent slumber,
Peacuefl in thy grave so low;
Thou no more will join our number
Tlhou no more our sorrows ktnbw.
Y"t, again we hope to meet thee
When the day of life is lied,
And in heaven with joy to greet thee
Where no farewell tears are shed.
Farewell, brother! farewell, brother
'-c.ceful be thy silent, rest!
Slumber sweetly! (;o(d knew best
VIhen to call thee home to rest
Farewell brother! farewell brother!
We must say our last farewell
Till we meet beyond the river,
Ilappy there with thee to dwell.
Columbia, S. C., Jan. :30, 1901.
1oth Edn 10Itms.
Somet.hing about smallpox its the
common greeting here at present. We
hope this terrible malady will soo,i
be stamped out. Let precaution be the
Mr. L. A. Hawkins returned home
yesterday from the O'Neall sect ion
where he went to open up some orgalts.
The heaviest rain of the winter fell
here last Sunday afternoon, washing
tbe lands considerably.
Mir. Edwin Wallace captured one0 of
Beti Eden's belles lust Satur(it.. eve
iing in the person of M is lia i.ron.
We wish theni a lo'. - and prosperou
life. Who will be I-ext?--time will t oll.
Mr. L. A. Hawkins will give- a Zomo
phone entertainment, at Joinst(onle
Academy next, - Friday night the 8th.
All who fail to attend vli mism a treat.
Chain gang is i.eeded on our ): (I
To the good farmers
of Newberry we are
your friends. Don't
buy until you see us.
A hot $5.00 Shoes selling a' $1.90
f 2t- Jami. sn
Capt. Ui. B. Whiite's, one of our old
clti'zens who removed to Atlamnia, Ga..
about six years ago is visiting in t.own.
We are glad to see him agaii.
We ar'e sorry to learn of the Illness
of Mrs. G. G. DeWalt.
M r. W. P. Yatrborough, of D)enny, S.
C., lectured in the school house last
Tuesday night on temperance.
Mrs. Williami Kimnard, of Atlanta,
Ga., is visiting her father-In-law, Mr.
Mr. Coke Arlail Is visiting friends in
town. The boys are giatd to see him and
one girl is mnado happy by his appear
ance. Coke, old boy, are you going to
buy a ring with a "Ruby" in it?
The young people enjoyed a socIal at
Mr. L, S. Bower's last Friday night,.
Two gent,lemen from Now Jersey are
stopping at Wyse's Hotel. They have
brought thoir bird dogs and are ex
p)ecting to emijoy themselves hunting
D)r. F. Y. Pressly, President of ICr
skine College, preached last Sunday in
t,he A. R. P. church.
Mr. James Mehtumpert spent a few
day s with hIs sister and brtoI her, Mrs.
W. A. Moseley and Mr. F. N. Schum
Tihest ei It as 01 beconsdor:,ble stealing
going on in thIs town in the p'ast, week.
Some one b)roke in Moseley Hros.' store
last Friday night and on Sunday nlrht
they broke In the chewing gum box at,
the Southern depot. I stuppose tbey
thotight, they could get, some money
and they went into Mr. Bedenbaugh's
shop and in the roller mill. One negro
has been arrested and we hope the rest
will be arrested.
WVe are glad to learn that "the lost
has been found." A young man from
this town, attending Newb,-rry College,
went to call on a young lady list, Fri
day night and got lost,. Earl- t,he niext
mrornling his little cousIns w' re out
looking for him. Trhey wore sucesssful
detectIves and found him. How is that
We are selling the
best patent flour on
earth at $4.30.. Come
$7.50 8nits $5.90 .ramimso. r 2
Slight Skn1t ,riat5om nre a wnrVaaa
A ho nly afe ay ,t too biledr tiko
be S4il 1 uCjtI IIP rf l
* Naiture, ini her egoes1, I 4 e,t-jeet,
careless livilt:, orli m;ay be frin anlet,
oth ri uIlk perfect ions (m I he hi ?I Zi s a w
haps tutmors, canivers, I'sipcl., or pulil
youl n1qglect, to heei the wari i:a ec
. Many I lin;fp'C-rilng, pa1finfl di.;enac a
simply becaluse ibese 114otes of W;-iM114
pure by a riirlt use of ,1)I NS''ON'S S
Miss Abbie J. Rlade, of Mhushall,
" I wa"s cunred of at b:ad Imnor afte
doctors and Illy frivmits Naid it was salt
d1141 cars, andi thln (In Ily w\.h4ie bdbmy.
ff tered duigthose five yvars, is not ut
1 dtid. I fried evver y Imledi'ineo that 1*.
vlmough to blIy a hlm,w. I heard (
'rqi.d. I tried a bottlo of it. I )b';:L4
li.aished thle third bottle I was coll,lete
siev. I iever rot.I lany thin"g' to do n-lil' t
SAlRSAPARMl,I.A\. I wid ot h,artivly ad
or skill usease oi any Iaind to try it at o
troublv, IinId was rull dowl and 11liscrab
1aado ille a1ll right."
.The blood is YmIur l ifad if yolu 1,el
Eist diseasv or favv emntag"'Im ftarlessi y.
fails. It is for slie by aall dr-1uggis.s, in' f
W. EC. P'iAham, Newbi-rry, t' C.
Smi Ith's Drug Store, Newh --eY S C.
The'lleedtivrs I'harma11lcy , Nt-whI.reI S. ('.
D i . (. ('orbett l'rosperity . '
25c. OFF OF
Wo aro tirough (1tag tl tck and
1it1d wo iavo 1i1Or 1iall-,Vs aRicd boots,
hatti and cap-4, elothing, overcoavts
inld MIVnttoshe1s, JORanS aL(I CaSsH -
1n1r14, itblankots, caPi and ic lets,
colorod d(ress goods, rugs aml art.
squaroH, carpots, colore la ii'orol
shirts, lad(lis' haa, 11adies' ait n ;ots'
undoerwoar, Fb1111nels, oultillyLan
oidor dlowns thain \N w,%alit. U) cArry1
Thetso aric good valuos, eloan, frosh
goids, and you will savw mony by
calling promptly and making your
se0leCtiOls. This 111l0 C1oss t( 12 il.
February 28, 1901, the wo will oflor
a leaultiful linl of Spring ( I0 1d.
For corti and flour st us beforo
parting with i our moloy. Tllie
prioes call for ill( vamli ail in> appro
1' ROSP ' I ITY S. C
STATE O1F SOUTHl (.\0l,1rNA,
CMUNTY OV1 Nl-VI''.I1kY - IN
Andrew J. S I, iiglort, i I-. owi
righ,, a, a I .x-c tor,aa MlionA.
cAtu- i t s K''x etmor. of Ihv h1k,i will
I I ( II - :I I' A I I, t)I., '.ord ,
pu .. 4ut,-r'y .4.. N a a r . r
Wulluam Lal..gfortl, OILl'1eIe e, s.a'l d.11(
in1 thu (Co1un14 a4 ( S a.4 l4,o( e,-.id, and1(
inl tIhe to' por ilte11 5n: ol the towna of
New1trry, to w -l",'a-t, I Ihe Stir'
l.lou"ie lot, no4w toccupSid by) C. .1I l'oa
(44een~ &(J., frotina, well 4 inne1t fee, in
La'nl h feet to1 SlIlt.I \1b-3, bo1114 -ed 1og
1o4 niloin21g Li .o lhe e?1sat o4f ,l(suph
llrown a ol by' 4 otiira-rly144 bielt g.in1g
to the estate V ofI 14 .)l O Ca-, Thi 101 ah111
lea&se of tI. .1. Puree'oll & <'o., wI)hilh ex
p)ires on1 the4 Iir-st (bay of S II l!mbert
neOxI, but, the pilanela'er w1i lO 01)e
Litlecd to thle rt Ils 'lihat. wilI aoccruc
fromn day of saIle--Slcond4l. TIhe ll ouse
Place0 ' wheton Ot 14 th I d4)1)ased lvted aIt
the time of his dethI, conIttAiaig two
alcres2, 11101 or I--s, in Iloiund(1ary4. Street
bounded by othier lands of the0 de
Te'~rms (of Sale- One hlIf (If Ihea pur
chnso1 mtoney013 to~ be paid( In cash1, the bhal
anfle on a1 credit1? of ane year wir h inter1
ests fromi day of x'i1It, the credl it p4otion
to be secured1 1by bonds1( o f .ho0 Jil 4 balsera
am)1 imora'1ges 4f tIhe pr emis - -withI
ca11h, or (111y pIl.orlt of the cred ii pur
ChaIse. Pulrchas(rs to0 paly for papers
and reCvenuo081111 tapS. Thef')111 ihascraI'
wvill bo requitred to4 Ins01t're the1 houses
on the lot.s for at. least t.wo-thbirds of
liI'nrance to t,he Master aus at further
W4.. D). IIA R IW, Master.
Ma[ster's OlIe, 1"eb. '7, I901
EVERY ONE IS
To corne 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.
bF dur ri m SJam o'z.ac
s8a11. . I ot
Vi CURED BY
N IN T1111
nir Nonei,'ing ;iror,' 10u11" to Comole,
stk s uhich itnIikto ha .1111-fro
~Vm~u. I Ma . tt IfIi~ 4 )'ir4 1q.l( SI i ll
st lrs I, sho l 'o olt p h p , bl01Ie t
44rnir" th:4t to4re 54er ;4 - tro0id>l4'1 ( i
n1otrY di-e at : e ::i' to fol;ov if
rr*ecvt thek m ,1: ,
IwI1 l". :ll v.[ r I . ,:a h ha;Is beenI a vo(ideIdc
r -d . t hlle blood kept
1%ji. WS .AI 1
suff r' iil wi'hl it. for' livv years. l,to
heu..'iii. it, (cano 44m4 ,44 my iswd ti
I n is perfe rtay ra % with it. \Vill I
se t('ljj(ng . lbdSl , ab i4n:441l ere1V 4444 if
ad\-vti:vd to(r1u ii o t e
>4 4 I N'i' s t' AI '4l:ll-l I b l44444
toi r lillove ri"'lt h'll. wlwn i i h l
ly reivd. I 1a n1V r had a tIm-h ow i
Ie l frs Jod till I 1 tid .1011 N, o n'
vise 11 Who are ,r from hunnrs;
100. 1 had alm I g , ."I dhal of sI I'4MI .h
ll, 1mt d0NSTON's A1MsAP1: l..A
4 it pur"e and4 sI ian von44 '':nn post iv'lv re -
JOlI NNTO]N'sSA AhA I\ 'Au I.I,A rever
bll ut bot 1ls a1 on l e ( d llr '-c.
H* 3 ilLCX'' MXCLf'
Notions, s, ing Requisles
CI&GISIP m6or Uoo
llilkiilgs 11(d I'iIIIjingI..
Tho best, Ilosiery and m1ost of it!
iho bst. tllidewhiefs and 111ot of
The bst Corsetis 1111d Im'>t of them!
Thel 'Ic-st loves and 1110st of t hom
Como 1111 stit uI.
0 --R - C g
of mteulicinoe put' up~ into) p4r'4erlitin
lililedin his s11toire muis be4 puro.~ \'b
aro ver*y enireful to use only' thel hot.
We~ caurry a1 nIli lineo of Toile1t
Soaps Lamp s, \\'ilIey's Cand( Lis, Vol.
vet Candy, Toba)fcco and4( Cigars, and1(
aL full lino of D)rulggists' Suhdries.
(Gardon and1( ield SeeidH.
FOR SALE AT
Send us your orders.
When in need of new
crop Fresh GARDEN
SEED send or call for
Each paper dated
1901. For sale at
Notico of Fuil8 Sctiiimwll ail Dischiarge,
N OT(YIICIC IS liliiiYx GiVi'N
- ha,Iwill not4k i i z finlO ettment?
on t,he esHtate of La44 m bt,. . .JoniiH a((
bi Ae Cout f otr NE' v b. rry) Coi uy, 8 (1.,
on4 WEdnesda1(i4y, Lih :N-' Iay of eb.
an 1901, n1' I I 4'Clock 4n 114- fe ooni4I
an 1 wlillimm444 iar~ :. hi r e 44 'iy
of . i 4 etat.
4\\ .' I . J " 41 1',
A lot ntico color 4a;e :Gr,,.
11a1' pico. 50 t.o 75Oi JLI nO .b . t 2..