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LKAVR TIMiMI AL.ONEc.
It ill tho Oxcaptioll il l ilo Somi b,"
mayn tho Charlotio ()bmtrvor, "whon
o)tton rmill owir" do not. 11v11 Itill
coroly at honrt hu int alirnVt. 1 ami n
firo of thoir onp-." 11, ii :
"Our rominboro corrtHpodoiot .
torday ni.ato< that. Ihm Pi'rxli
innutacturing vo pm.y li sh-ei. 1I
to olihiblmlh anf i( 1111 111 at o.hild
mchool for thm Imfi. of ihm chihdi
of tho I ill olllploywi nkil hil-411 alnla
iwnrdod thm contriti- filr at uimijimmi
A01hoo0 bulildinig (!(Ilni i ltg fim 111<h
torimn muitabls for pilie glutiriiIQI
It il aL hlighly comr1n 1411 1114ab l ds.<h
taking. Th'il Athitrimi collmi rmilk
of thil cil.y havil lind < -Il I aiechool,
iohlool building fli relibiln111 for.
four yonrn or longoi mid it hi bio
tintinfuctory in ovory Wiu ." D..z"o1
of Himnilar initimeen uo ild Im uom
tionmd i moith (Inr-ohilitn m11 t4owvem
Ir loft t.o thoitolvep, iih il b%
domnigog molilonli Itil d'biii.n
tho mnill ownimr1 11114 11111 u%m l, 1,
will work out, lbosir owin !,1h-?ll'lbm
Voxndiouli arn tin l Ihl rt legi ;
lation will do filr mor41.4 barrll 11h11
good.- Cohumbin 1bca .
Wo arE vory inich ichiled to lht
mamto opinion. Arnd wit nriN sure it
in much bott.r to haivo li' A i
of Ilabor Hottlod b,y thim bo, n
tho mliployor than1111 to 1mi-1i i l,o Ill
do it by logiIt(iolnual wti l,g if
loft ailon" tlho nill owl.r , 1,I 4 h'
oporativin will notthi i i1wi, i'. I
w1v 1 sE I.
vo havo bo(41 ill 11w 11h1W 1w ' ,
blmiien i in Now borry -(i t it it I f r
about fiftoon yourti. \\ 11hot,r I
our lot wit h t hwit, pi.1< % irI
it.tlo mon y wit I l 11111 (out III I 1 I
neflil WO Hpitnd her-4. WVI fln, 11,At , ,
no kciek. W o ar1*4 114) 4-mi hll .a
vo havo alwayll \VoIl Is I Ii I 1 1.
intormitt of this towoni i ll th i ..
mniity. It, h alwah -i i, 1.
to ui, how(vir, tlhat ilbo piviph- w b. il,
th mo 11 41m1 papr noi l 811141 r1111111 m11,
morvo faitiaily itro tio iuui.Y i.,,
willing to tUlo h l (f i1t r-an1pl.r
with 11lmt anty hitld of he-fr
advertimiug which hli uity pro-wi
When if thil mamlo mem'lio wow, Ir.
fioit-od by ono of 1.1ll brlim s Il lillivim
thOy would nlot tollch h1un11 wit alllny
hol) or orn-ouragomnoil. Evmry now
And then wo Fmo tho thing c14-n11ol>
ntrated. WIhy iii ilY \\'i enn nily
explain it on tih gromid Ilhat iho
peoplo liko it) im g1l40. hilf 4(
thfj moo pmophl who pay hibi-roill\
for thin nort, of 'ivr 6-ing, nl -PI
th l oc1 nlowl apillh rii.s I g fi Ie,
vortiniig, and when t hy io w - I ,
cha31rgo( thmn11 eyven less1 t1i311 a living~
pr1i00. It. 11nny b1( tha'. Ihn 11( no 4141
w1ithi theoir i1chom1on4l nriii plan1s1 ofI wil.
ve,rtiing loow01(',, 134heir bu1ine(2 Inslo-( ~r
am11( know bult.t,(r hosvI to) presentl the4
ad(valht13(Ige of ad(1v44rInf u II hthai'
country (1d1itor. We o v 131 V n (((1414
muchOl of thin1 that11 woY1 enn 't help1 33 .il
tionling it thiough~ it in js not14on o1
nervo order haiinI 414 13,1n iliinof Ihi
waillan the(31 galltery of' tIe op3rn
to ben obnorved by 13h( IiropIer 0(1
thlorit1in at th s.o Uci(4.y 444 cob.ra1 lul
innt Fraiay night. W..o relgrittd(4 to
takoen editorial cha1lrgo It 4(ur l(4c..l
cotemnporary, tho O)hnerve'r. We e
omno him back to Ne'wba r nod
try editor anthe13( open1 liri w Ha
ntoro himii to ihi lIC'(i neu t iia h '
The1( evidonoo4 4'(131 nem t' ll;anIo
Senator McoLa:in ud 111 wblib, h. mul
not have o)rdolred his un1nm4'H I' eu
from the Deocrat io onueunll1 mt, hI
dlines1f to attond the'(lll'I nnen, In.,lo
name11 is not onl the roi ll mI 3 i H lIto
ounited as a D)tmocratie St'iuti'r bi,
his follow membnlersI of thel Set'ittt.
Wel, should liko to s1ot some1step
being taken towards thle bunildinig of
a sewerage system in Newborry, it
is neseded and wel hope another suti
mer will not be permittedi to pass4
withont something being done'. Woe
should begin. We have alre'ady de
layed too long. WVill not thle city
fathers start the ball miovng?
The Oolumbia Record 11ha bee
and is an ardent and earniest sup'
porter of Senator McLaunrini and w
commend it for standing to its fr i'nd,
I6 is a long time yet until thet nlext
campaign and there may be many
changes. It is too soon yet to make
predictions for next year. Even thbe
State newspaper may be an advocate
of MoLaurin by that time.
il Illam1141nt bflroro tho pmoplo an<d to
ho iuII t hat wo mnnki it, tho bent
tO'llfillillil t, ovor l'ldl by tim IIso
CI i I44rl.
1or fo pinit two wool or moref
wf Ilivl hn<d fiornl'thing lilco finl opi.
<o--it! Of grip in tho 11orahld ard
Ni,ws oitit urn for that, rejaom i lio
'htl r 43 p mt. Ji t of lit t, wi-k at
hrlm. I 4 n11 cm weI 111I4 io C"illillbi l
l ter in l t pap r tmb. w - It h1n
IlI I I vhr Ow h . li - v r r#%U 1141ch hII
bir1A wi ll lit work III thl ollive
hit ws Io ill IlivhI h i will moo bill
th1rigavl 11gni4 a I'Il l.b , wl! will bll
1 0 %%tith thll, wilr-k.
TI'liv lb-ral andi Nowti congratu
a it itH y3'()ltg frientl (I [ corrmt
plrin- , ,b(tib Trimpll (Mr. T. E,l
W lo I-r) fil hill illceeii irl milig
chir viio I) i-pre t( Ni-wherry col
lf.jr t li , interi v.,ll4giatlclnis t ill
.110 1 n in lt - b nhi lit Alpril at Choti
.r I I"t t i hm w\ill Iim in gool
I I 1111 c(III14 1111i with tho 111in
I'lh" Sitto% i' tn i - f Ci'ofdortlf
\v .--ir n %%ill lto III-bl inl Co(4n1nhint inl
M 4 T b. rTil roulI havil aill 11n1h
It ie l) imw ruti and)< I|0 fiomi to
hw fl I1s i lion why t iho 'ho l(d not
b4 I vIr % argo crow<l in attoli<llil
i iii iii fli tho railrodi from1 Now
()Ill% 8.-1 el m for lt ro idl
\\', , %o m b 1i 1t % h )o hllvo ilh
1' 91101 t hitl nI Nfw i mrry an
11 1 1 1 p 1 wi ll ta l ttlopH to
4h141r The% city colo
J -.amno- 1). Nnneo eiknmp
d 1 Kilardeip an
Irn l i' i I ,'t 1411 I14, l i fl t cIikp(vr1
(141144 lnt 144 li ntlrirl a pter~Il
th11 ll 11 Il I h ilVIt il(ni lilly
14' w b 1h 4 11111 l i r til 11 o14 t dob
b14 t 1 flio n t Stich g4l thriigm
I 11lo:'sa t fill-r t I who con
t - b-Id \\ 114 144141 C thll S oILIM 41
.\ . t arl h44 hita iniklig ior Inmvilqg
ihe Il 40114 1 N vfir th1e4 r-tond fj.(rIlm
1- i 114i' Io In-1.111m il. 4 rih IIr
l l i ipo i- wh anda N,rfoiik of
vo 1Mw i t li a th1 mid (m nalwr Is
1.'jW 111 1 114c1 1 e mi< -Itio ll. Mir. \\'il
Inu n s}s it. it, itgl nmttr or
IlIN [IIm-HI n 11 111 h it bi1Wt( for
i hm roncd.
P'romident oi i Shlcltmi W i'llinm
<fame iIh I M No riloird Air Linm
Im h(wo 11 (4bi .1 Bh 414h 1.t. ('many
"le it 1 11 1 1Iin I II14t-H that 11it i m n t, filr
M11l1 if 1 Y Iny In l i ll) Ilric(, 111111, h14
milil II wleilte iilll ow a ItCMn
Irol g ino .i
ito in ih. Mitt s o lt 1 o
The NIrmer , w. nro ,hl nr buy- g~t
'In an unusually largo <Inatity of
14o Atl \prng al th mechnt
m 'qwherryu are1l4 (ol'ling' a44v. gront dall
' it pi'n M i l1 i t' on e l' 141 o l'on .44 a t,.e
l'34' r ' p i'4 for)4 week$1 ou31 tlig PlVI 44ch ,
* 411 44.4ry liaise,t41 l i 141$I i kto .'
I Iu% lt't k 4441, 4. 'l'h1 lio , W491p3 Ill'
ii i"s ..i Cl me \\ m.~ iloit.e ,1 t i
~ t'r fr $2 0 . ''hert ic k . 1,. D i t..
ba,o aNad bouT arngit Tipck'm
914-h ll alla a t t, l
N, J ony l' Io.
1...,. S.lb m ir
(A uNill'A"4 1rut(JitV,
Ite WrItes Again for the Children.
At tie next meetitig of the neighbors t
at ti( store sit the Cross Roads. the corn.
pany didl inot seei altogether as cheerfuli
;a uSual. There were several reasons for 9
Jitsme Cadle's health was very percepti.
bly failing. lie was ia good inan, one
whom everybody liked, it pleasant comi
piin aid always received a warm wel
4c01ne ins every fatily wherever he went I
to work lie was a shoeniker, a worker
inl leather as well as a carpenter. Ile an(d 1
II ugh I)tffy were both workers inl leather
aid worked sometimes together. Jesse I
Carie's health was failing an(] it threw
it buper over the comnpany to know the
fact. A few miore years and bt quietly
passedt away. Mr. Diflie, his partner,
lived for sanmy years after his death. I
Another fact threw a daiper over the
feelings of the neighbors. Mr. Sheppard,
the ierchatit at tle Cross Roads,---whotul
eyerybody liked-was about to guit busi
iess there Itild move out to a place above
'dgefield, whichi he did between the
yetrs 1825 Itd 1830. Ilis partner, Mr.
William Colelianl, did not contintuie busi
ie-s it the old stand Or if he did, it was
for a short time only. lie. too after sonme
years left tle Cross Roads and built him
a good house niearer Iliiggins' Ferry aid
after awhile married and prospered aid
lived happily for sone years whei his
wife died and left him a widower with
several children. Jacob Trotter, who
livel oil the hillside just south of the
CioHs Roads. muoved dowin on the Little
Sititili lie was the father of Dr. Trotter,
whon I used to kio%r.
Other clianges were portenditg which
tie company felt, as colling events at
ways east their shadows before. They
passed it pleasaint though not ' very jolly
afternoon. Jesse tried to be as gay and
full of fun as ever lie told some few
minnsing storit a which made hiis comrades
litigh; but their laughter grew to be
rithtier sad when they looked at hin and
saw Iis hollow cl,eeks, and noted his
hicklistre eyes, and his once stout body
1 surely wasting away. After awhile lie
died The husiness sit the Cross Roads
was discoitiiued, and the pleasant meet.
iigs of the neighbors it that place were
sit in endl forever. The level ground near
the creek -PhuI lirn-anch--was converted
in after years into a brick , ard, where
1111 'tousanis of good brick were inade
fir the use of the people airound. No
hoitse, tr vestiLe of ia Iuse stands there
now. A few large oaks ire still standing
Jist below the Cross Roads, and still pro
teet anl slide the spring of elettr, cool.
fresh waiter, which the people who once
lived there used,tind which were used by
Iesse and his friends, and which is stillt
usil by the workers in the fields arouid.
Only a few years ago I passed along
that road a solitary tralnp, and drawn by
the spring, the cool shade, and the
iincmories that einstered aro,nd and
ahist tile place. to go dowin to it, to rest
awhile in tihe shade antid take ia drilik of
the clear cool water The spring was
wlre it ever used to be and in good
order; hut the en ti had filled in around
is so deep that I could not kineel down to
it stndc drinuk fro:n it I had no driniking
vessel, hut pulled sonie osak leaves from
a bush niear by, reauchied downu and was
able to bring up enough to show thi s it
was as good as ever. After resting awhile
in the shade of the trees and looking
around nponi the old faniiiliar scentes, I
resiiiied siny solitary line of tuarch to
wards l'ie Pleasaint. This too was a road
s well kniowun to useC as the Main street'
of Newherry is now. I .vent on as far a
lEdgehield, but did not walk all the way,
nuot iiuore in fact thani twenty-five tuiles.
Returned by wa of I,eeaville, froiin I,ees
ville to Newherry, bsy Prosperity, b)ehind
a good horse in a good buggy with a care
ful driver to take care of nie.
I )e,mr children, this is the last titine,
perhaps that I shall ever write to you
thtronghi The I Kerald anud News. lunt
whether or not it is the last time, It Is
inot probable that I can tell to you aniy
iniore Cadle stories. There are somne
others that snight amuse yon ini the tell
ing, but I feel thast you hasve had enough
liefore I elose, however, in justice to my.
self I ninst say to y'ou that Graindpa did
no11timake ntor invent a shuigle one of the
stouies lie has written for you. TI'ey are,
every oiie of themi, atoiics that thme boys
anid chiidrein used to udelighut in huearing
sand In telling to eaeh other as Mr Cadhe's
stories, how imany years ago I need nuot
Now, before I leave you, let ine ay a
fewv words to a-somuebody's granidsonu,
not muine I amh thuankmn1 to say-who, ini
The Iterald and News of Mardi :5th,
tells a story of. anke giving birth to
manny timue keeping liati usmts-stem,ni
winingt: watches, etc , floum havinug
swallowed a fomur dollar clock The I
Gransdpa whose Grandlsonu tells that story
on hims was never a uesmber of that comu
tuninity hn the neighborhood of the Crosst
Roads lie wvas, doubtless, that "'snuarty"
fromi the conrt house, who offended the
company so mueh onse afternoon,, and
who u'ever retiurnied. It Is a pity that his
Granudme should show so little respect
for hhnmu. ihnt there Is an old sayinig amid
I think a tine one, that like produces
like. No wonder the compiany left In
disgnst after hearing lisa story.
Ciirenu, good bye! the enrtahii falls
and the play Is done.
fOR AN 3PA,
A (Go at Vouigh M. dietne for Chiudrens.j
"I havo no hesItanov in r'eomtme'nd
ing (Chamnberain's Cough Itemeudy,"ii
taa a P" I M..ran, a well kna e n~ andI
ptopular' baker, ofn P'etsrsburnr, Va. "Wo0
('ave gIven it, to our obtidrehn when
troubled with bad ounghs, also whosp.
lng cough, and It has always given par.
feet sattssotion, It was reconmmndedl
to mn" ha a druggist am, the best ough
mfttdolno for children as it obtained ro
ou4um oc other' harmful drug." Sold
he W. Et P.amam.
The school at this place is still in
rogrpes with Miss L. L. Luther as
M r. L. 1). Morris has about completed
ils new (lining roim, which adds a
rear. ldeml to the convenince of his
FIrmers are plowing right along.
Po't expeet t- plant, a large cotti n
rop tbt- yea-.
The' early cabbaige plants were all
:11iled by the recent vold snap.
All of M e Wiley Siockman's failly
iavo Iwen sick wit h grip
Mr. J Pat Marlin's family have also
een sick with grip.
Iho to called smallpox, has died out
t omeio oxtent III thI community.
The little three year old daughter - f
4r 1. D M.rris, who had her arm
roket s-me week ago, is getting along
No services were held at B-he
lhurch last -und%y oto account. of Ih
isenve of t,h pastor. Rtev. Pittman.
The heaviest wind of the sear-o.
'sit-e(t utj on the 4'h of March.
Very few of the peach trees have
>lotwomed ai4 yet.
B-st wishes to the Herald and New",
6nd I-a readers. 'INE nURR.
Headache often results fron a dismr
ered condition of the stomach ano
ons' iyation of t lie how IH. A dosie (it
Wo of 'hiambtlaill's St,oniuch anUd
,Iver rahitts will correct these disor
leri and ctirt- tho headache Sold t3
N. E. Pelham.
Again death has invaded our churce
6t rrinity and removed another land
nark-B o AIij.h Martii, who (ied a
its home near Longshore's in this coun
,y on the 10 h, march, I a in. in tie -
4'ightieth (80) year of his age. lit
caves a widow and several child ren ano
Crand children and a host of frientla
iho loved and respected him greati .
Its end was Peace May the God of
nercy comfort, the bereaved.
D. P. Boyd.
March 18, 1901.
Itaiumek ble Curk. tif Ithaunttsan.
Perom the Vindicator, Rutherfordiot,
The editor of ths- Vindicator bas hit
>ccasion to telt the eillcacy of 'hamte
alln's Pain B m twice with the m. t
'imairk.t'doh resul ts ini each case. ie
Nitti rh- uminatism in t,io thoulde fron
vhich lie stftfred excruciating pa,
fir ton dais, which was relieved wit
wo appllen. -no oj Pal m thn, rubteli
he par's 1flillets d and re"lizing instr.
ietn II' a- d entire relief in it very tho
Ime e-cooid, in rheutmiatem iII 'ti
11.-t, anio-t prostr-ving him wit
evere pain. which uam roileved by
wo applications. rubiing With t
ho liniment on ro'iring at night, tn
retting up fr o from paln. For salt t
N E Polhaim.
Sunday afternoon at flve o'elock M
i'. Oswald Stowart, of this city and ll-p
I'uleice Shockley ' lFlet a were quile ly
narried tit 'he Afet hod t-t parson- e.
h. It v W I 1Ierbertoffilatting. bo
oing coupv e with a me of their fri. nd
lre'v to Hlelena wl.r.re they spent the
veinig most. pleasantly with the
.mily of the bride and are now at. homne
it, the residence of Mr. E. II. Leslie.
W.* wish for the mi a long life ful' f
)rosperity and happiniess.
S .' that you get, the original D)eWitt'
Wi'tch 11 zal $alve when you ask fo
it, l'he G"-nuine is a certain cure fo
L iles, sores ".nd skini diseases ilIde' 's
'orner Drug 8tore.
Stoekhs.idera' Mie..ttngr of ,b.. F. MW. F I. A.
sUo9ttu.3n of N..wbe.rry U'n.
The Htockholders oh the F. M. F. I.
A"sotiistion of Newherrs CI sunty wal
meet in aninnu-e session at Newbe'rr,
DI. H , on S 'turday. M trch 231 at, li
s'clock a. in., for the aelet ion of ot1icer,
LO serve t,he ensuing year, and for lb
t,ransacetion of other important business
All l1ashi0 holde s ar.' ra quested to at
tendi. J1. L. KrITTr, Presid'i,
S. S (CUNNINouipA M. A g't,. t It
To sell a geood Piano at, a bargain, or
will take in exchasngo a.- part pavmien-,
a hirsi tilass tuic k cow Address B ,x 5.
1ary, S. C , Newberry Co. t& 2t
Just recol v.-d a lot of Stceson's Spring
styles stilY hats at Jamieon'se.
Lights Must Keep Burning.
A traveller once visiting the light
iouse at Canlais said to the keeper,
"liut what if one of your lights
should go ont at night ?'' ''Never!i
lipossibe 1" he cried "Sir, yon.
Lder are elhips sailing to all parts of
the world. If tonight one of my
burners were out, in six months I
should hear from America, or In
diai, saying that on stuch a night
the lights of Calais lighthouse gave
ao'warning, and some vessel had
boon wrecked." If all Christians
relt as deeply the responsibility
hat rests upon thorn as lights in
the world, what a transformnation
night be expected,
NIotico of Final Sottlemnt anm ischarge,
that I will make a final seI,Iiement
'a t to E,tat.' of Mary Ruff, de ceased,
n ihnl Proba'o Court for Newborry
eiunty, .s. C., on Thursdaiy the 4 hi day
if April A D) 19111 at. li o'el'ck in the
Forentooni anid wil' imme'diatl.i there
tfter applyv for Lctsereq Duamlaesry as
Oiliitaeuir of lute said ICetate.
All reous holding claims againt
hesi lsate will present tie same
tuly attested, and all those Indebted to
hn said estate will pay lhe samte on or
infore that date.4
Mafah 2nd 101.AinL.'sr
To pro(luce the best results
n fruit, vegetable or graii, the
Irtilizer used must contain
-nough Potash. For partic
flars see our panplhlets. Wq
end them free.
GERMAN KALI WORKS,
93 NNssau St., Iew York.
"Sing their own praise."
'le word hamis been
o much B abused
hat we of ton hes.
Iate to URO it. It so happens though
hat thero is no other word that.
vill ndtiquately describe the STIE FF
It is as near perfection as human
kill has been able to reach.
It combines the high ~ qualities of
he otber instruments and has many
Inique additions of its own.
Chas. M. Stieff,
4. and S. Carolina Branch Wareroom,
213 N. Tryon St.,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Every man, lady and
)oy should have agood
:ime piece. Come and
>uy it of us as we have
i large selection.
If your watch, clock
r jewelry needs repair
ring it to us and we
Nill put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
ST'ATE OF? SOUTrH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 0OF NEWB1ERRY.
W W. Ilodge.s. Judget of Probate.
muba nmadet suit to Inc to grant,
tim ttors of administ,ra ion of the
*a of and e4Tects of Precious Ellen
Tihes-- are therefore to cito and ad
n .nish all and singular the kindred and
3reditors of the said Precious E len
t'homas deceased, that they be and ap
xear before me in the ('ourt, ofProba'n.
[0 b.- held at N. wherry I 'ourt Blouse S
,on th.* 19 h day of Mar next, after
ublication thereof, at 11 o'clock in the
renoon. to show cause, if any they
ha8ve, why the sid Administration
thnuld not, he granted.
iven indo my han1 this the 4th
W W*. HIODGES,
J. P N. C.
Come In out of the
And we will make you
comfortable, not only
while in our store, but
on your way home, and
after you get there.
Just ThImk of II!
all these comfortable
goods going for a mere
M--n'e M e'klstosh (Cape (Ioa 98o.;
los,s' 88e ; \1-n's $o 00 overcoat,s.03 45,
omt finer - nos att a little more than
iia f .rie' V.try hos all-wool B'ankets
0-4 at. 32 90, 1 1-4 at 37
Well, as toGCap s and
Jackets, if we charged
my less we would be
SIng them away.
Men s Underwear and
nany.other goods at
Yours for business,
S. 1. Wooteg
AH A PPY
Wo unfurled our banier isinetteLi p-trs ngo, ncd I1rongh ali ii ell e 1 % irt
We have rt-tained the pat-rotnage o- a grout matn. of our first cuiistiineril, Rl
though many efforts weti miade to inudicea hem to trado IieMiwhere. In
some istances the miraculous offers of compotilors draw thin from us
only to return to im to trade and to remainll with i Mlia eistHtotnterm are
added daily. To each and all we% extteid our tha, hi f,r tiif mitiy favors
and pstronage that has bee, given us.
Our First Consideration is Our Trade,
by giving t em value for what they pay. Fjoi ile vvr. beo g 1 or
im, has been to f-llow none, but, to ieat th.-in ill, ai wv%ask othiig mjoro
than a comparison of vur goods and prices with th --o (if all) oti lhr houlhe
in this town, and we feel confident that to trade with tim mean- a saving of
CENTS, DIMES AND DOLLARS.
We propose to make it even lore profitable to you to -rnie with ii us during
this year than we-ever did before, and expenriace his taught. )ou that
Our Word is Our Bond. More Goods for Less
Money. A Fair and Square Deal to All.
That's our promise during the entire year of 1901. Every train brings in
new goods. We start the new cot,tury with a vim, and aR always, we intend
The Fair and Square Dealer.
AWThis offer stands for 30 days only. Si&*
4 Fnll QHarts of Pflre Rye Whiskey,
a to Shipped~ to
V n, Years Address
U 0oTJ 1 SAX Ear0Xai.
ONE QT W 11. Mcp RA Y ER. Guarantet d Strict13 Pure H a (I-maikiels. II M sh.
ONE Q '. GIBSON XXXX ' P - tlat thien Itl ho 11r.ootit D! gr.
ONE QT. GUCK ENi El UN E?, Ju1t1. iuel v itd for It, M dieinal Value.
ONE Q ' OLD ( ROW WHISKEl'.Y, 'I he Oto ReiiH.t.h Faj% I Ite.
We ship this assis ituveit, or .-+orted tiny % a. you il e 1 t i m. in at pain pack
ag-- for $2 05 express prepaid nly to the liniis of a he Sati hero Express 1 o.
W it- for our new illustrated price list, just out Sed in 3 our orders.
",Give us a trial ,n out $1.50 and $2 00 Pure R3e at d uorn
REFF,RENcE-: Third National Bark.
GLENDALE SPRINGS DISTILLING 00s,
iWi CIiE.L STREET, ATLANTA. GA.
Newberry, Tuesday, March 27.
Two Performances, rain or shine, at 2,30
and 8p. m.
150 -~Wonderfully Educated Dogs - 1 50
60 - - Pretty Performing Ponies - -60
25 - - Comical Monkey Comedians - - 25
A Herd of Tiny Baby Elephants.
@ This Year Twice Larger than Before. @
Don't miss the Big Street Parade at 10O a. m.
Price, your door, -$12 50
Guaranteed and for sale by
Natioeal B8k of NQwbemr, S The Riser Millinery
(38STABLIGHED 11.) 1 . o pn
Capital - --$150,000.00 av eertig ra
SuPplus and Profits - 96,865188 aG Veyhn a
.........edranged in their new
General banking businese rnsce store, so that the ca
oleettons.' Correspondence slcedserve their Customers.
Savings Department. They are selling their
oDlepos.its allowed,interest at the rate entijrg stoc tadb
of4 e cent per annum frt date of .aa O
de os.L lateresi payable January 1st low COst in order to
ana July 1st of each year'. kePOm O h e
Mt. A. OARLIsLs, Preat. maero-o h e
T. DUNCAN, l'ahe - Spring Goods before
& . w. BMN. Aa . th seasonn opns.