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Corrected ccry Tucsdiay and Friday
by Summer lros.
M eaLt .......... .. . .... .c
Shoulders ........................... 8c.
IILm s- -. --........................... -ic.
Best :Lard .............., ........... 10(a)I1lc.
x Best MoIlasies, ncw cr;...... (0c.
good Molasss ..................... 95(ar0c
C orn ................................... 90c.
M eal ................................ oc.
H ay ---.-- -.-----.. .. ----........... $1.00.
W heat liran ........................ $1.25.
1st 'atont l"lour................ $4.75.
2nd Best Flour................... 4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.25(a.&3.75.
i ee.................................... @
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.23.
Bale hlulls, per bale.............. 40e.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15()20c.
F'ggs, per dozen ........,........ Oc.
Chickens, each .................... 15()25c.
Peas, per bushel.................. !)tle.
Corn, per bushll.................. 70c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 50(Jt0c.
Turkeys, per lb .. ............. 6(c 8e.
Fodder, por cwt .......,.......... 75e.
a ts...... .................,........... 40e.
Dr. Harding, of Columbia, S. C.,
1310 Aain street, the ptailless tooth ex
tractor 1i now at J. H. 1iair's barber
shop, and will remain one week. All
who wish teeth extracted painless can
call on hit. 0111cc open all day. f&t2t
Money to Loan.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on improved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & Iluin
ter, Attorneys at Law. ft&f
For Sale or Rent.
One four horse farimi in first class con
dition. Iighly improved. For par
ticulars apply to. V. Rt. SMrn,
Chappells, S. C.
Take it all the year round-Palmetto
Liver Medicine. 10 cents at Dr. Van
Smnitlh's Drug Store. ly
We offer fc.' rent the store room ad
joining the r, am we occupy. A corner
Store centrall: located. '.'he best stand
we know of that can be had in the city.
An ideal location,
t&f tf Counts and Dickert.
One Aultman, Portable, 0 H. P. En
gine in good running condition. Will
sell for cash or good papers. Apply to
W. C. Sligh, Jalapa, S. C.
July 8th, 1901. (2m
We will furnish a first-class 'cue at
the residence of Capt. W. G. Metts on
Thursday August the 15th. Special ar
rangements made for the enjoyment of
the young folks.
S. R. Metts and J. C. Kinard.
Palmetto Tivrer Mcdicino cured me
of chronic constipation," writes James
Evans, Piedmont, $. C. Sold at Dr.
VanSmith's Drug Store. ly
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tastelass Chill
Tonic because the fonular is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that it
is simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
In, Now Quarters.
Tn my larger and morc central store,
the T. Q. Booz'er stand, I am better
aii than over to serve my customers.
Conic in and see mec andi I'll treat you
right, whether you want cooking
stoves, tinware, China or a gun. A
line of high grade bicycles at low down
. prices. J. WV. White.
For B3illousness, Jaundice, etc., use
Pd,1mietto Liver Medicine. 10 cents at
Dr. Van Smith's Drug Store. 1y
Cheap 1taties on Souonthern.
Beginning Aug. 10 Southern Rail
way Company wvill soll Week end rate
to Charleston and return for $4.50.
Tickets on saic Saturday and Sunday.
Morning trains, final limit of tickets
following Tuesday. Trickets will not
be on sale after Aug. 24.
W. H. TA YLorc, A. G. P. A.
J. A. BUwrT:N, Agent.
Tihe law of health requires that the
b)owels move once each day and one of
th eate for violating tis law Is
taking a dose of Chamlacrialn's Stomach
and Liver tablets when necessary and
you will never have that severe punish
ment, in flicted upon you. P'rice 25 cents.
.For sale b)y W.' E. Pelhamn.
Stops the Uough and Works off the Cold
Laxative Bromno Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No curo, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
Try Palmetto Liver Medicine for in
igestioni. 10 cents at Dr. Van Smith's
E1e~ulnco liroken Into.
me during Tuesday night
rod Mr. 3. W. White's
.the thief on
VAHtIOUS AND ALL An1OU1.
Mrs. H. B. Wells Is visiting relatives
Aliss 13essio Gilder has returned from
a visit to friends in Clinton.
Miss Kathrino Welles, of Coluwbia,
is visiting Miss Alma Bishop.
Al isses Lcona and Auttic Epting are
visiting relatives at Prosperity.
Misses Lizzie and Cora Dominick are
visiting relatives and friends at l'aks.
Ilon. Arthur Kibler, of Newberry,
spent yesterday in Colubia. State,
Mt isse's I felen Go;rgans and Gortrudo
Reeder are visiting friends in Green
Mi-s. Edw. It. i1ipp and children
have returned home after a visit to rel
atives and friends at Pomaria.
Mr. Charlie Rtoten, who has been
visiting relatives here, returned to his
home in Augusta yesterday.
Miss Moida ilodges, of Columbia, is
visiting the family of her uncle, Judge
W. W. Hodges.
Miss Louise Norris, of Greenwood,
who has bcen visiting relativhs in the
city, returned to her home yestorday.
Misses Marguerite and Cai'olino
Cromer, after a visit to friends and
relatives at Pomnaria, returned home
Mres. 0. L. Schumpert and daughter,
Miss Thyra, left yesterday for Hender
sonville, where they will spend some
It. W. itutchinson, of Newberry, ro
turned home yesterday after spending
several days in the city.-Greenville
A barbecue will be given in Mr.
Frank U'ant's grove on Friday, the 10th
of August, for the benefit of West
O'Noall Street Methodist church.
Miss Grace Bedenbaugh, who has
been visiting relatives and friends in
Lexington and Columbia, returned to
her home at Kibler's Bridge yesterday.
MI iss Mary Ilogrefe, who had been
visiting friends in the city, returned to
her home in Augusta Wednesday. S3he
was accompanied by Miss Lily Belle
Beginning on August 10th the South
ern will sell week end rato tickets to
Charleston and return for $1.50. Tick
ets will be on salo Saturday and Sun
day with final limit following Tuesday.
During the week's vacation at the
Newberry cotton mills, the superinten
dent, Mr. M)akepeace and his overseers,
J. M. Davis, A. A. Freeman, and C. M.
Vest will visit the Pan-American Ex
position at Buffalo.
Mrs. Jno. W. Taylor and family have
returned to Newberry and will make
this their home. Their many friends,
who sympathized with them in their
late deep bereavement, are glad to wel
come them back again.
President Boyce, of Duo West Fe
male College, spent several days in
Newberry County last week. He had
a rich exp)erienace. Ask him about how
It feels when you find "nobody at
home."-A. RC. Presbyterian.
A Montmuorei man hearing that a
company had been formed in Newberry
to raise Belgian hares, has wvritten to
them to say that he is bald-headed and
if they will raise a crop of Belgian or
any kind of hair on his head lie will
pay'themn well for their troubl.-Alken
Journal and Review.
Up to the count last night Misses
Rosa Moore and Mattlo Sloan wvero In
the lead in the voting contest at PcI
hams pharmacy. The prize-a fine
Bavarian set of China--to be given
away to the lady receiving the largest
number of votes, wvill be awarded on
August 16th. A good deal of interest
is being manifested in this contest to
decide who is the most popular lady in
D)eath of Mr. 8. Arthur Hunt,
Mr. S. Arthur Htunt, auditor of Pick
ens County, died on Monday last, aged
about 30 years. In the early part of
last year he married Miss Lillian
Werts, of Newberry County, and she
and one child survive him.
Mr. Hunt was well and most favora
bly known to the people of Pickens
County, and was serving his second
term as auditor.
Mr. E. S. Werts, brother-in-law of
the deceased, weont np to Pickens some
time ago and remained until the end.
A Fig in a Fig.
Mr. Monroe M. Harris brought into
this ofIlce thuis week a freak of nature
in the shape of a fig in a fig. The sec
ond fig had taken root in the centre and
grown out of the first flg, making It
appear that the two figs had been st,uck
together in some way.
Mrs. Marguerite Clifford died at her
t West End, Wednesday after
o'clock after a lingering
t four weeks, with bill
8years. She was laid
4 o'clock in Rloso
eaves one daugh
Meatlfg ,f Neil,iry Coafrence in Itll
tele, Church on Auguet 23,1.
'1'l Newberry Conference will e' n
vene in l3ethlehem Church, Pomaria,
S. C., on 1"riday, Aug. 23, at 10 a. in.
Tho following is the progran:
Frliday--Rev. Z. V. 1edenbaugh;
Rev. J. 1). Bowles, alternate.
Saturday--Iev. J. J. b,ong: Rev. M.
G. (., Seherer, alternate.
Sunday--ttev. WV. K. 511gh; Itev. S. 'T
lallbnan, 1). I)., alternate.
Sundry School Addresses-1)r. G. 11.
Cromer, N i. John C. Gof gans, and Mr.
A. G. Wive.
l'&ssay iat- I ti . C. 11. Armst"rong,
O' i0 1( S F Rl D I S C U S S I O N .
1. What, is nicant by true body and
blood in A rticle 10 of the Augsburg
Confcssion.--''o he opened by Revs. 11.
J. lathtias, Ml. (. G. Seherer, and S. T.
Hallman, 1). 1).
2. The Ccntury Memorial Endow
mnent.--To be opened by Dr. G. U.
Cromuor, Prof. lK B. Setzler, and Col.
T. W. Holloway.
3. The Sabbath Day.-Revs. J. A.
Sligh, J. 1). llowles, and Z. W. 13eden
4. M inisterial Support.--Capt. 11. 11.
Folk, Mr. It. T. U. 1 Lunter, and Dr. E.
5. The Testimony of Jesus as to His
Mediatorial Character.--Rtevs. W. K.
Sligh, A. J. B )twers, and J. J. Long.
6. The 13.;, Method of Raising the
3.notdical Apportionment. - Messrs.
T. J. Quattlebaum, 1). B. Wheelor, and
J. E. Boland.
7. Baptismal Regeneration. - Revs.
W. I1. Hillcr, S. L. Nease, and 11. P.
8. Family Worship.-By Conference.
tEv. M. G. G. SCiuuut, Pres.
J. I. BElti.Ni;AUG H, Sec'ty.
Sherlff Ruford I;rings In Another Negro.
On Wednerday Sheriff Buford ar
"csted and brought to Newberry and
lodged in jail one John Coachman (ne
fro) charged with breach of trust; with
fraudulent intent. Some time ago this
iegro pawned three pistols belonging
o soee one else to Mr. 11. E. Todd and
skipped with the money. The owner
alle( for the pistols and Mr. Todd lost
The warrant was issued for Coach
nan only last week and he is now safely
odged in the Newberry county jail.
Barbecuo for Benefit of Church.
A first-class barbecue will be given
n Friday, the 16th of August, in Mr.
ir "k Fant's grove for the benefit of
ho West O'Neall Street Methodist
;hurch. Refreshments will be served
3y a committee of ladies.
Governor McSweeney and a number
f other prominent speakers have been
[nvitcd to make addresses on this occa
uion and will probably be present.
Cheap Kates to Norfolk, Va.
On account of the meeting of the
Joncatcnated Order of HIoo 11o0, Nor
'olk, Va., Sept. 9th--13th, 1901, South
wrn Railway will sell i'ound trip) tickets
.o Norfolk, Va., and return at the rate
>f one first class fare for the round trip
reom all stations on its line.
D)ates of sale, September 7th and 8th,
inal limit Sept . 15th, inclusive..
Southern Railway best line to Nor
olk.'through sleeping cars, hotel din
For detailed information as to rates,
tchedules, etc., call on any agent of the
- WV. If. T1AYL~OI,
A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
IReumnion of Company U.
The Annual Reunion of Company C,
13th Regiment S. C. V., will this year
oc held on Saturday, August 2-4th. All
nem-bers of the company are exp)ected
o attend a business meeting in town at
) a. mf., after wvhich the company will
id journ to Young's Grove, one and one
balf miles south of Prosperit,y,where we
3xpect to have a .sermnon appropriate to
Uhe occasion. After service the comn
piany, with their families and friends
wYill partake of a barbacue dinner, to
be prepared by WV. J. M ills.
Everybody is invited, ns we exp)ect
noof the best 'cues and most enjoyable
ccasions of the season.
J. M. WV :unTs,
P'rosp)erity, S. 0., Aug. 5, 1901.
F"ood ChIan,ged to P'oIAon.
Putrofyling food1 in the intestines prIo
duces effects like thiose~ of arsenic,
but Dr. King's Now Life Pills expels
the poisons fromi clogged bowels, gen tly,
easily bu t surely, curing CJonsti pation,
Biliousness, Sick IHeadache, Fevers, all
Liver, Kidney and Bowel troubles.
Only 25o at all druggists.
Items from Hell's, Colleton County.
Mrs. K. Beatrice Hentz, who has been
spending some time with heri sister,
Mrs W. 1B. CaId woll, Boll, CJolleton
County, S. C., is now at her old home
near Walton, S. C.
Miss Fannie Hentz is also at home
again after spending some montha in
Miss Minnie E. Derrick, of Pomarla,
has returned home after a pleasant
stay among her relatives and friends in
D)on't Lot Them Sufrer.
lten children are tortured with itch
ndl burning eczema and other skiln
es but Bunklen's Arnica Salvo
ho raw sores, expels inflamn
leaves the skin without a scar.
grant, cheap, there's no salvo
good. Try it. Cure guaran
250 at all druggists.
SU~ititl:K M tt;l[ O .
For Newbterry "cou'nIy--V 1t Oirtn li'rc
oin tho 19111 uos.t (',:nt'nuto Ins SeH
,lt t)n(,' Motht.
'T'he Sulntier -chool ft,r tho henelit of
the teachers of this et'tttty will open in
3oundary street school otf A ugust 1th0
and continuo in session for one month,
finishing its work on the 1-Ith of Sop
tember. The school will be taught by
Prof. ii.LI. Johnstonte, stperintendent, of
the Newhcrry graded :.chools, and M i
Sarah (htutil' r, of tte Spar(ltanltrg
graded schools. and l.he text books will
he the satne a; thoso ts i in t he 1 illic
It is exptedLe ttttt fitis stmmelr
school will bt' attended in large nut
bers by teachers throttg hout the coun
ty, and no dotht nuch gotld will reslt,
both from the teaching in the schoot
[Ind from the personal contac+t and ex
change of ideas and met.hod shy por,otns
3ngagEd in the sime profession. l-:aeh
Leacher who atLends will have t,he
bCtalit of the experience of all the
Tueo Attis Saloe.
Mondav, August, 120h, is the day
ixed to auction off the old Wardlaw
1roperty, on (Jauntt street,, said to be
ie highest point in the city. Part of
hle tract is in t.he city limits on the
vestern sido and pm.t julst outside.
['!tere have been sonic rumors of a cot
on mill being built at"i located in this
ect.ion of the City, and if titis is done
he value of the propertey will be greatly
nereased. The terms of sale are one
oitrth cash, and the balance in twelve
nonttly installments with interest. ut
he rate of X per cent. 1.r atnum. 'I'he
)roperty is now owned by Mtssrs. I'ttl'
-cli & Floyd.
Cpworth toteun of O'Nettl Street, Chirei
The committ,ee of the 1l)nworti
eague of the O'Neall ILtreet M ethodist,
.hurct organized recetly held a ncet
ng Wednesday night, Lo devise plans
or carrying on Lho, work. The leagt;e
S divided into three dopart-ments, tite
levotional, the literar and social, and
,ho department of chlarity and help.
1'ho work of the last named department,
vil be to vi'iit the sick and i>oor and
ielpless, and to aid thettm in every way
uossiblc. A flower mission is soon to
>e established and flowers will be sent,
roni this mission to the sick. This
lharity and help department Catn get itt
tomc good atnd noble work, and a de
)artment of this kind has long bcon
iceded. We wish itsucec s in its work.
What most people want is someth ing
nild and gent,le, when in need of a
Ahysle. Chamberlain' St.omach and
[iver Tablets fill t,he bill to a dot,
t'hey are easy to take and pleasant in
ff1ect. For sale by W. E. Pelham.
Advertimit let teit s
Remaining in ',he postotliec at New
berry, S. C., for week ettding August 31,
A--Lucy Auld, Samuel Anderson,
Press Allen, Earle Adams.
lB-Nantnic lerry, O!a Banks, Usley
Brasmion, Will Bishop, Mr'. Browly, C.
Mil. Bloue-, S. P. D3oozer. TIhotmas liur
C-RlachcllI Chtalmer's, i'l attic Catn
non, Sarah ColTfman,F'red Cromet', G. S.
D-WV. Doles, Preston D)ominick, Jino,
W. Dickert, (2), WV. G. I)alby, Neil
Davis Lucia Dare, Litdsay D)omnick.
G-Tomt Graham, Mitnnie Garret,t, J.
W. Grutber, Ellen Glasgow, .John Gar'
r'OW, Carrie Green, Maic E. Gettioro,
Mlittle Grim, Julia Grillitn.
H1-Marion H-owe, Wmn. Hawkins, WV.
ii. IHutse, S. H athaway, Ellen I lair,
Etosa Uart, S-alie J. Hlood, J1. M. H fart
tnat.. Lilla Hill, Wmt. Holly, Arthutr
J1-Callic Jackson, Laura Jones. WV.
A. Johtnson, Lucy Jones.
K-Nancy Kinard, B. Kislie, Caro
MI-WV. P. Maycs, Poter M antor,
Bim Malone, Golloy Al ichel, J1. D).
Motoks, Arthtur McGowan (2).
N--T. WV. Noble, D). 1.t. Nance (2),
['riscilla Nelson, Carrie L. Notrris.
G-J. H1. Oidell, Lutla Ouzts.
1'--E. 11. P'rlco, Ilulah P owell, Tlay
lotr Roberts (3).
it-Peter Rolf', G1. W. Rhoden, Mrs.
Al amnic Iulf, J1. W. Ruttherford.
S-P cruollis San ford. I i. E. Sumimetr,
Chr'istenoer Smith, V. Hf. SterretG, lIes
sic Straincer, Forest Stillwell. F'onela
Snltow, Tomi Sindson, Mrts. F. Summers,
W. P. Sumnmer's.
T-Nortman Torrence, J esic E. TJodd,
SaillIe Thtompson, P'issore rITcker.
W-CharIli Wallace, H entry Walker,
Sainoro Waites, L. C. A. Wicker,
Ocor'go Whituey, Loar Wilson, Martha
Williams, Monroe Wilkes, B. Wood.
Persons calling for these letters will
p)leaise say they were advert,ised.
WV. Y. FA i, P. M.
A Minister's (inort WVork.
"II had a severe attack of lilous colic,
got a bottle 'of Chtamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and D)iarrhw-a Retnedy, took
two doses and was ctttit'ely cured," says
Rtev. A. A. Power, of ICmpor'ia, Kan.
"'My neiglhbor across the street was
sick for over a week, had two or three
bottles of medicine frtom the doctot'.
Hie used them for three or fourn (days
without relief, then called in another
doctor who treated himit for sorte dayt
and gave him no relief, so discharged
him. I went over to seo him the next
mornintg. lie saidl his bowels were in
a terrible fix, that that they had beer
running oil' so long thtat it, was almost
bloody flux. I asked htim If he had
triedl Chamber'lainu's Colie, Choler'a andt
D)iarrhoa Remedy anid Ito sat'J, 'No.
I went home and brought htim my bot,
tie and gave hint one (dose, told him tc
take another dose In fifteen or twentd
minutes if he did not find r'ellef, but h<
took no more antd was entirely cured.'
For sale by W. E. Pelhsim.
Y PJO -AIL ' . -) . .Afif.
Char)ttt i':th 1(11in); IiIr ISaI,y.
T mI h'.av al, th1' :;utn-r 1 dep'ot I.ulla
SlI:1'vell wv:1 Lrre-;ta r;. the I'h:ugt of
killing (the ab)' found near ti,he t., N.
R I,. Cro--inl' i' t.hltpp! part, Of tht,
city oil the ''ti of Ia,t month. 'ie wo'.
natn had bou iht at ticket to 'ilmington
a:ntd intender' to take tle! I2: :). Southern
p ass-eng;er tr ai nl for that place. She
wa'tt lodlgedrt in ()te iuardt hlouse and
tutrnlc<t ovor to Al:qj,Ilate ('happell
Th Io Ir"'ilminary, wa4 bl!t in1 Maiis
.rat."l lI!atelli' "ourt \cnIIeSday af
ternoon. SemIiitlc'rti. :nld Iolloway
rep)rtest"ntedi i thitdfendnt. A numbecr
oft wit-"n :\e"w"t' e"::III ed't andlt te
e\id-'lCe bein< tle'd " diiieneit, she
wast etunm11ittci fr trial t. the next
t'rmi1 of ( ' (if GCl" tra Sr::ionls for
I" roI the evilenc given by a) wi
m" i Illt' aite !iIr l inav it t1pp11ars that
the chi Id wa" brIn (In Sunrtday oI'ning,
tihe l1;t, of .1u,y, and chokt:dh to (1dat
within half an ltourt after it. birth.
I.t1la latuvell, the alleged muotber of
the chih!, al the1 Voman arrested and
e. :;lmit(tld for trial, runl; at rteStaurantt
for ntegrVoe- in the rea' of ti' Newberry
The a)bthy, it will he r'mtiuiertWed,w
found by I)ai Mcredith i(colored) w lilo
he was cartryin;, tra-h out if town on
'Ihuirtlay afternoon, tie 2.,lh of July.
At thet cort)ncr- iniut':t andl at, tho p)re
liminary, I)I>. I'l1i:or tc tificli that tih
infant. h:t t b1 :..thtt after birtl. Ilie
VOldl! no', tel. wl ether it w\a a white or
i ulatto cid hi Lit wa:; sure it was either
whitt! ' or a brigh0t mu11ilaLttI.
\\Iiin foniiid there vas It Iaii adaige
:tI -1nd1 it- mlomhl nndl notcsii slivie'ntly
i t , t) have a'irl :;trangulation.
i're veri ict o' tire rt)toner', jury was
"li at the sa trl I: fanut. '1ml1 to her death
hY -tranguili iov inllietd( at. the andtil' of
':;- 'y or partitt " tn1known to ti.' jiry.
to the best of tleir Iioledge and ie
Somelt Strong ".videnco was brought
out uaite.t the womnan at trt: Irelimti
nat,ry, hut it i; -aid there i:i ail:to some
ioodlt't eidetnte int hetr favor.
A\ slight attatc of eramps may bring
on )iar1r'-a, whieb1 is, inl mlainy casCr,
followed by inlluumtlationt of the
stoma:chl and other dlangecrouS coml
p)laints. .\il -uch li-oader ae a g i"ier
ou: and should in their infancy be
I ieattd with tl,:e best Linown rctemly.
'.I'hc elcrils of I'ain-iiltler are known)
andl it, i0 recognited as the standard
l;pecilite fom ' i::uni ., dliarrhtl", tcl.
A void! sit)i1titute;, there is hut, onte I'ain
l'illt_r, l'erry D)avis;'. I'rictt 2.5o. and
MCCtlmi olr 'ill Farm1lcis milla1 Fire Ill
siraci ASocialioll Of NCwCrrly Cuiuty,
C COI l N(; T( ) A ItI'SOi.ITION
)a". pa:;t! 1re the direrctor.- of the
atov. A ,-t;t'iat ini at tie ii' annIl meel.
in,g in Alarb h..t., the 'toclkoihlers of
said( A=ssociation ar'e rtiiestetd to mecct
at Newberry truir"t houlso on Monday
Aitgust 12th, at I i o'clock iL. i., fri the
Iurl po.e of li,nencdling the Conlstitit ion
and for the tran: etion of any other busi
All poliy hou'(ler., are carnestly re
qiuestc(d to Ittid.
8. t;. C''NN IN(IllAMA,
CO)UNTY Oh' NEW.111 lrtitY
I N PR~OI?ATEi COl'I'.
Geco. A. lAangfordi anid ll. t. Reetuse as
Admiinistr'atoi u, with the will an1
neixed, of thei es,tate of IbIirrell MI.
liaines', deceal: (d1.
. hierein, anid by v.irtue of the
po0wr Iconlferred (on usi by theu ill of te
said deceased,r we will sell at pubili
outcry before the Court, I fOise( iat New
ber'iry, 8. C., oni 'aleday, the 2nid day of
S;ept,emberi, 11)01. 1Ifous~e anid Ilot be
longing to thie said d eceasird , 3y ig and1
be ig si.ae inaI i the To'iwni of Newherry',
iniLi ,h couty and1'11( Stat,O I aforesid, conD
tinin ig Oneir-1 l f A cre, more or lo-s,
andi bouindil b ly Ilnds of thiie A. M. E.
thh aiindl MI r'. I -abiellaII liedten bauigh,
M ary' J1ones anid Calwiiell street.
TIermsl of Harile --All cashi. 1'iirelmser
to p ay for Ipaper(s: and titampnsu.
Adinuistrator. wvith (,ho WVill an
niex ed of thie ettate of I Iurrell I 1.
-.eiati onDu of l'ontia will mecet on
A oig. I6,b arthILI 'uunaria, S. . aLL 9 :10 al.
mi. toi tlect IL lIt tin weigher for ihe en
Jf. WV. SI NI M HIt, Pres.
W~Il'i'lAS, A l'HTITION llAS
beeni filed biy IL mDjority of the
freeoldes o Ihetow of Newheirry
w'ithI the TIowni Cor( rygfra
election1 oil thii q 'rtIion of isui ng
b)ondsI LtI the amilounti of I went-y-fivie
ih ouan dol11(hIlarar for the rlii' purose of
ot,rt,ini i. andi put1tinrg in IL sewerago
sy'stem in said towni; an.d, whereas,
sauid petitLion is ini accordance w it.h anti
meets the recouremnents~ of the tatuit,o
law and constjiut ion ol the Stte.
Now be It or'daineid by the MayLor' anld
AlIdermnen of the town of Newberry,
S. C., in cotinne! assemibled atnd b)y iau
Lhoity of th e iamte: ThatL, ,he quiestioni
of issin g b)oiids in thet sumf of twenity
live tousanu d ollars for constructinrg
andt puttling in aL sewerage. .system for
thie towni oif Newber'ry, S. C., be sub
mit, edi to thet quaililled eiClcors of the
t.owni at an elj cin wich is hierchiy
order'ed LI) het held on Lh o 20th day of
August, 11)01, anrd to lie conduted In
thie manne rel'( cribe b)'Ily i lw for spe
cial eutlectins, w.'ith Ji.. WV. Gary, Alex.
Singlehon andiu WV. A. MIcF'all ast mnai
gers, who aire herebiy reuIired to certify
the resuilts thereof to the TVow n Counnil
oif the 'own of Newhierry, S. C1. Thosie
votIng in favor' of issuing saId bondri
shall .aLt ab baIlh>t ith the word "tYes"
written or printed1 tliheon, andl those
opposed to issin rg biinds shall cast a
b)allotL with thie word ''No'' printed
11)ne and1( ratifiedl under the corporate
seal1 oif the townVr of Newbuirry,
[s:EA L] South Carolina, this 16th daty
of July. A. 1). 1901.
ITT KLETTVN It,
W. f-. Lr.nunmOn~,u auna 'r '' C. N
to the inost popular l
give 20 votes to each i
tickets for our
Cold Soda A
The lady receivingth
tember 15th will get th
Fuller particulars at
i n 511t r ippl P.ill
Oh'iIina and1 ( N' ernitiv, v it "itelabl'
aI aii fl,'. I ,adh I l a ll - ' 1 for I )r.
:u :us (:0t,0n ) R oot, a lltl \' tm roy alt t V'
malt. Pills. Ihey! ( nlve'r fail and nt;ver
injur('. A11ailed to ( :uI1y addnlt'-. on rc'
'i)t(of $I .(I 1 by (;l (1ih r':i Coir n r I) ru
Slorc solt\ t nts,, Newh )etrry.
1A:i,l\ti,V, t,'liII,V AND I::i:.\NfT,V
is thl wilt a " r;tt. ti r a te i".to ur'
In5Omlnia. litC , 1 )i;. ne. IVt . )x,
N(''VO I )thIl ility, ,ost, \'ilality' :; tnl
ntl h , i liai1ie ML emory- t,the rreult
of over workt, wor-ry, (ii '.s rrorll Of
youth or oVe'r-indtul,rencc. I'r"ic: .;I:
I oixes $5. y H yaiaill plain a:I'late
to a y adSIlhc5. onl reet ipt o f rico. Sold
only by G;iltl('i'h , (uer'or r Iru; tr e ?a t"
owl et', Newheray.
o n Ew and toml eh-_at m' t. F rnll.
tHist i; Of :ilI;oiiti oie , ('i -S e of
Oitnll t. and I wo box, of (inltlent.
A n \eI' r failing, cnro for 1'tl.- for (f\very;
nla!(ur' and det*1r'te. I i mal:kt::m ralltt t
lion with the + -nif', wshi h i: painful,
and ftenI result, in datlb, unir r s :ssa'
Why C ndr I thist mrillo iscae \iW
pack o wlilten g atranie it.il each *1
box. No curt', no pay. to. and $1 at bx,
We for $. Sent oy wmil. touple fre.
w 1NT1eNT, e aas u t t5.
CNSToIIIN Ced, h'i veVnte
en, o J conn Liver t lthIt,e real
mveand Htonrh s;ulatoc r on 1lood
l'urilier. 811m111 mild t.:1l plea)t:ant ((
take: caspecially" adaplt('d A0' h (Iih(lren'4
Se. 5 dosses si5. fidr'; Cornr )r1;
Wer ' Panthis
ora Fatoiean "iak.
Frola busttninies , proohi
T ikno oow wkingir3
Anou acorualin mar cr
Comte tonin syes un n
NTice to veaer
ni Set Chlina,
ady in1- N Cbwerry. We
)erson buying- $ 1.00 in
e hi;hest' vote by Sop
Sold direct From the
f a ctory. Comparison
s peaks louder than tes
timNon ials. Stieff pi
anos "sing their own
praises.") Order one
on trial or for comlparl
son" and YOU will buy
Old in st r um en ts
taken in exchange.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
Baltimlore, M d. Nor. &
So. Carolina B r a n c h
Warer~oomn, 213 N.
Tryon St., Charlotte,
I n tWil ou f cnpa
t. S.,Nomlef ufpr.in .r
Oltd uin tr('ur.mnd tspei
taen ece in canelc. lg
Co -nni. M. h eFullct,
ik uar wll M wuat abseri,
frornn St.io harorttid
-'' r illuarte~d entalogi'Iue aress
Re.Jmes Boyce, Pres't,
I i0 \rt,, .\ bhe v il lo (1X.,S. (',
L.axative Bromio=Qanine Tm
\,ho romeidy that cuiresp a coldl in oneo dlay
cd the season Gf the year
he prices on our Spring
Straw Hats and Low Cut
cu so to offer-We simply
alance of this season's
'eady for FALL AND WIN
w prices will certainly
'the house and into the
id to appear sensational
'We want to impress
truthful statement of a
tion-which is it
to cut regular prices,
wn without a privious
good business to do it.