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Corrected evcry Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Moat. .... .. ----......... 8I(a,9.e
Shouldors ........................... 8c.
Blea t L a rd -----,--- -----. --...... . 2(wil4c.
Beat Molasses, new crop...... 60c.
Good Molasses----------.--........ 25(50c.
Corn.. .. 60.
Ha .. ...... ...... ... $1.00
W heat Bran........................ $1.25.
lst Patent Flour .--------.....,. $4.75.
2nd Best Flour-......-........ $4.25.
Strait Flour.------................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.25 3.75.
Sugar -------..................... 5 (0.
R ICO -----. -........................ b ic.
Co fo -----------... ----............. 1 Ot 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... .15
Butter, per lb ............. 15(a20c.
Eggs, per down ---.............. 2c.
Corn, pr bush l............... .;0c.
;woeot potatoes .................... 50(u,60c.
Ti'urkoys, per lh ............. 6() 8c.
l'eas, pOr bu hol ...........,...,.. 80c.
Oats........... .................. . 60c.
TUE NEWIHErIKY 'orTON MARKET
Corrected semi-weekly by C. J. Purcell
& Co. December 20, 1001.
(;ood M iddling........................-9
Strict M iddling .......................7i
M iddling ..................................7i
We Noot Money.
We hope our subscribers and those
who owe us on other accounts will not
forget to call at. the otlico and settle.
Cotton is coining In and it will take a
very small part of a bale of cotton to
pay your subscriptiou and we beg you
to remeinbqr this mail matter. In
many cases we have been waiting long
and patiently. tf.
Those of our subscribers who desire
to pay in wood will confer a favor by
bringing the wood as early as conve
nient as we are anxious to get in our
supply for the winter. Do not fail to
report to the ofllce when you bring the
wood and get receipt for the amount so
we may keep our accounts straight.
$192 worth of beef;accounts to be sold
th January unless settled.
It A. M. Teague.
Loet E egE.
A bunch of Keys lost Thursday-8
9 keys on the bunch. Finder will
so return to Gilford Snowder.
ith Bros.' Roller Mills, at Kinards,
will grind on Fridays and Satur
of each week. t &f lot.
getto Li"or Medicine cured me
tic constipation " writes James
Piedmont, S. ?. Sold at Dr.
's Drug Store. ly
oysters all the ti me, at R. J.
restaurant. t&f tf.
=wberry Steam Laundry Co. Is
:Y, specialty of cleaning and
'ants. Give them a trial. f tf
Ood, square meal, go to Bob
r staurant, near the post
ante4 jatisfactory repairing of all
(ide. Apply to Melton & Salters.
. tes old stand. faf .r
Try Palmetto Liver Medicine for in
.; g6stion. 10 cents at Dr. Van Smith's
ruig Store. ly
Meals served in good style, the very
eat the market affords at R. J. Mil
r's restaurant, near postofilce. t &f tf.
The Downfall of China.
China has fallen. We have a few
housand fragments of the Empire.
A e will deal these out to our customers
t and below cost. We have a full line
tChristmas goods, in fine crockery
lassware, china etc., et.c. We will eel I
fe stuff close, to get shed of it by Jan
Aleo sec .. benfore bumying your
hWen-ware, stoves and ti n-wvare. We
Il save you money.
Yours to serve
Melten and Salter
V. White's old stand. t & I 4t.
oJimI Where can I get the
ces on stoves.
ATi M EI.ToN & SAI/PIER'S.
Lumber For hale.
ow ready to fill orders for lumi
ort notice. Located within
town. Give me your orders.
Gus. B. Summer.
send with wagon your coats,
pants that you want cleaned
sod. We have experienced
guarantee all work to be first
S'rEAM LAUNDRY CO.
lacksmith Shop and eight rooms for
t. Mus R. L. PAYSINGERt. tf
I am instructed by the District Man
ager of this Company to sell the manu
Lured producte of this mill for etric
herefore I request my customers lo
r this in mind, and if their orders
e no01tillied they will know I am fol
Hull I 20 cents per hundred meal
$1.15 per sack.
BacofNEWBERRtTY OIL MIL,r,
BahofSouthern Cotton 011 Co,
L. WV. Floyd, Manager.
Money to Lean.
Five years tIme at 7 per cent interest
securedby first mortgage on improved
Hupt, Hunt & Hunter, Attorneye.
Dlstries Quarteriy conference.
The firet quartorly conference of the
Newberry Circuit, will be hold at Lob
an ~on church onI the 28th and 29th in
Stant, Rey. 17, A.' Childe, P. 1E., pro
sIding. T1ho,pastor, R1ev. D. P. Boyd,
earnestly requests all the members of
Sthe offlelal board to be present, as busi
ness of importance is to be transacted.
VARIOUS AND ALL AHOUT.
Miss'Alma Bishop is visiting friends
Dr. Jas. II McIntosh, of Columbia,
was in the city Sunday.
Miss Mattic Tabb, of Stirling, Ky., is
visiting Miss Gilder.
M r. Johnstone Coppock is visiting
relatives in Anderson.
Miss Janie Vance of Clinton is visit
ing Miss Lizzio Glonn.
Miss Annio Bynum is at home from
Florence for a few days.
Mr. Eugene A. Griflin has returned
from Charlotto, N. C.
Miss Kate Moore, of Columbia, is
visiting Miss Neville Pope.
Miss Glare Vance, of Louisana, is
visiting frienda in Newberry.
Miss Kat'orine D. Ashley, of Trenton,
is visiting friends in the city.
Prof. B. L. Jones, principal of the
Lau rens Graded School, was in the
A iss ,ii' 'air, of Cokesbury. is on a
vi,it to Missos Mary Nance Fair and
Prof. W. C. Bynum, of the Georgc.
town Graded School, is spending the
holidays at home.
Messrs. Bach man and Olin Fulmer, of
Columbia, spent Carlstmas with rela
tives in Newberry.
Mr. Robt. Norris, who has charge of
the school at Monticello, is at home
for the holidays.
Misses Maggie and Florence Werts
of Limcatone College are spending the
holidays with their parents.
Prof. J. S. Derrick is attending the
sessions of the Southern Educational
Association in Colnumbia this week.
Mr. Thaddous Epting, son of Mr, 1L'
I. Epting, of the county, is at home from
his studies at the seminary at Mt.
Capt. W. T. Jackson, who has the
contract with Mr. Fair to macadamize
the streets of Sumter, is at home for
Messrs. E. W. Wilson, Talley Moore,
Thos. T. Moore, and Jerome Moore of
Columdia, are in the city to attend the
Ar. A Schumpert, who has his head.
quarters in Columbia, spent Christmas
at home with his parents, Col. and Mrs
0. L. Schumpert.
Mr. I. B. Nates of Prosperity, who
ha as position with the Farmers' and
Mechanics' Mercantile and Mfg. Co.,
of Columbia, is at home for the holidays (
and was in the city yesterday.
Ar. W. W. Hunter, of Frost, Texas I
is spending awhile in town with his
brother, Chief of Police H. C. Hunter. (
Mr. Hunter has been in Texas for
twenty-four years ard this is his first .J
visit to Newberry. Before returning
to Texas, he will visit the Charleston J
See notice of Meeting of stockholders i
of the Commercial bank.
Installation of omcers of Amity I
Lodge, A. F. M.. tonight at their ball.
The Union Sunday School at Helena
had a Christmas tree Wednesday night.
Rev. C. H. Armstrong will preach In
i,he Church of the Redeemer Sunday
Bergel.. Tribe Improved Order of p
Red Men held their annual election of
ollicers last night.
Who is it that is not now prepared to
say that the firing of cannon crackers ln
on the public streets, Is not a nuisonce.
Tuesday night a cocanut was thrown I
through one of the small side windows
at tihe lostolmes, siding on Friend street. 1u
Rev. W. L. Seabrook, the new pas
tor of the Church of the Redeemer will
irriva in Newberry next Thuirsday.
The time for paying State and
County taxes will expire on the 31st
kstant. It is very likely that the time
.will be prolonged.
Prof. D. D. Wallace, of Wofford Col
loge, Spartanburg, spent Christmas in
Newberry with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Wallace.
Matrriage in Laurena.
M is Louise Meredith and Mr. Dor
roh Peden were married at 3:80 Wed- s
nesday afternoon at the home of the
bride's father, Capt. J. C. Meredith. s
The guests were limited to relativeso
and intimate friends, Rev. W. B. Duln- a
can of the Methodist church officiating,.
A dainty luncheon was served before
the ceremony after which the bride and
groom left for Gray Court. The bride
is a bright and beautiful girl and Mr.
Peden, a successful young merchant
and planter, very popular in the section 0
o the country in which he resides. C
Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Robert Wrig ht '
of Newberry, were in the city for the ti
vedding.--Laurens Advertiser, 25th. 0
A Qaiet Home Wedding.t
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Bai
ter, in Helena, on Christmas eve, was
the scene of a beautiful, quiet, home
wedding, when 'Rev. E. C. Witt and
Miss Talula Salter wore united in mar
riage. The ibeautiful ceremony a as
performed by Rev, W. I. Herbert, as
sisted by Rev. W. K. Sligh, in the pres
once of the members of the family and
a few invited guests.
Immediately after the ceremony a
-delightful spread was served after 9
whbich the happy couple took the train
for a bridal trip to Florida, from thence f
they go to Knoxville, Tenn., where i
Mde. Witt is in charge of a mission.
For Biliousness, Jaundice, etc., use
Palmetto Liver Mtedicine, 10 cents at
Dr. Van Smith's Drug Store. ly .
A MO"" l'.IAHAN'1 Ol'3ASION.
'Ihe "At lome" and tiernan Otven by MIS,
'ope ul M1iq Gilder In honor of
One of the most, brilliant social events
ver hold in Newberry was the "at
woe" given by M'so Neville Popo and
dliss Bessic Gilder Wednesday night in
ho Armory in honor of four beautiful
risiting young ladies, Miss Sue Dunlap,
if Lexington, Ky., Miss Mattio Tabb,
if Mt. Sterling, Ky., Miss Claro Vance,
if Louisiana. Miss Janie Vance, of
Jlinton, S. C. More than seventy-fivo
ersons were in attendance.
The german was started early in the
vouing, and was probably one of the
uost Leautiful and thoroughly enjoyed
'ermans ever given here. Beau
tiful ladies in the most lovely of
ball dresses gliding around with gal
lant gentlemen, witb the many colored
lights shedding their soft roscato glow
upon them, presented a picture which
will long be remembered by those who
were so fortunate as to be present.
During the first half of the evening the
german was gracefully led by Mr. J. C.
Wilson, and during the latter half by
Mr. E. W. Wilson, of Columbia. Au ex
cellent supper was served in Dr. J. K.
Taken altogether this "at h"me"
given by Mis Gilder and Miss Pope was
one of the most brilliant and most tho
roughly enjoyed social events in the
history of Nowberry.
The following couples were in attend
ance and were in the german:
Mias Neville Pope with Dr. Ton
Moore, of Columbit.
Miss Mary Nance Fair with Mr. Tal
ley Moore, of Columbia.
Miss Sue F. .Dunlap, of Kentucky, with
Sir. Ed. Wilson, of Columbia.
Miss Anita Davidson with Mr. T. H.
Miss Kate Moore, of Columbia, with
Ar. J. C. Wilson.
Miss Mat'. 3Tabb, of Kentucky, with
Or. J. E. Benwick.
Miss Nannie Pool with Mr. C. D.
Miss Azile Pool with Mar. J. Rt. Ron
Miss Gordon Weeks with Mr. G. F.
Miss Maud Langford with Mr. M. L.
Miss Lilla Johnstone with Mr. W. C.
Miss Maud Fant with 1)r. W. 1C. Pel
Miss Strother, of .Johnston, with Mr.
. P. Pelham.
Miss Sara Pope with Mr. Arthur
Miss Annie Bynum with Mr. Oswald
Miss Julia Paiseley with Mr. T. K.
Miss Bessie Schumpert with Mr. W.
. Jamnieson, Jr.
Miss Janie Vance, of Clinton, with
Ir. W. 8. Langford.
Miss Vinnie Mae Wilson with Mr. J.
Miss Laura Bowman with Dr. D. L.
Miss Lizzie Glenn with Mr. H. T.
Miss Carrie Jones with Mr. W. C.
Miss Thyra Schumpert with Mr. F. 11.
Miss Myrtle Schumpert with Mr. Z.
Miss Genevieve Evans with Mr. Ned
Miss Kate Ashley, of Trenton, with
Miss Maggie Daniel, of Virginia, with
[r. F. L. Bynum.
Miss Clara Vane, of New Orleans,
ith Drm. P. G. Ellcsor-.
Miss Bessic Gilder with Dra. S. L.
Stage. Messrs. C. J1. Moore, J. K.
Lull, E. A. Carlisle, Caldwell Fant,
ohn Mayes, 1 H1. Hunt.
Chaperones: Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
chumupert, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Pifer-,
I r. and Mrs. R1. D. Wright, Mr. and
Era. E. Mt. Evans, Dr. and Mrs. J. K.
Tonight, Friday, Rev. R. E. Childs,
'residing Eider, will hold the first
~uaterly Conference of the Central
Iethodist church, this city, and on
aturday night he will hold the first
uaterly meeting with the O'Neall
treet Church. Sunday morning at 11
clock the Presiding Elder will preach
t the Central Methodist ch'urch, and
1 7 o'clock Sunday evening he will
reach at the O'Neall Str'eet church,
Mr. Editor: The members of Smyrna
aurch have been very kind to us. since
>ming here. We received a oordial
elcome upon the day of our arrival at
ac "Manse" on the- 12th inst. Not
aly in the way of cordial greeting s,
ut by many substantial favors also,.
aen and since, they have made us feel
iat our coming in their midst is in
ned wel comed.
May the Master bless them all.
R. C. Ligon.
Neowborry, 8. C. Dec., 19th, 1901.
A Uiremnan's Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, although
very joint ached and every nerve was
aeked with pain," writes U. W. Belia
my, a locomotive firemma, of B3urli ng
xn, Iowa, "I was weak and p ale, with
Ut any appetite and all.run dow n. As
was abont to gie up, I got a bottle of
U.ectrie Bitters, and after taking it, I
att as well as I ever did in rmy life.'
Veak, sickly run down people always
ain new life, strength and vigor from
heir use. Tfy them. Satisfaction
uaranteed by all druggists. Price50e
Lumber for sale. Address 8. B.
Lull. Jalapa, t A f 4t.
Lee, a young son of Mr. George Lath
rop, was nccilently shot by his hrother I
while out hunnting y' sterday mtorning. h
The bovs weCe vuly 'iftrui %ar,ls apart 3
whetn the accident occured. The entire A
:oa I entered the boy's : ight attn and right o
chest. Dr. J. M. Kibler was called to st e t
the young mna and says that while he is u
seriously won nuded it is not necessarily
A Handsomo Prize.
Mr. J. Z. Salter has been awarded is 1
prize of $25 in cash for the beet general a
collection of photos of all kinds of cloud f
formations, offered by Word and Works e
publlFlhed by Rov. Irl Hicks. Samples t
of the photos will be found published in I
,he 1)02 Almanac, and will bo found i
there. 'T'horo were inany competitors i
in this Clntest,and thu papor giving the t
namks of the i,rizo winnera tayF, thero c
were ao many and the work So line, that
it was with much ldir.icuilt;y tha the c-,
colilcl ucpide tt; wilomn the: pri, t: ,,, .1
honors b-longed. Mlr. Saltor is !,,w
photographer and h II, work will com
pare fav.-rably with any of the best I
artists any w ere.
A Saludta undttta,t,.
Senlaior i. L. Caughman of this couinty,
who has served in the general assemnbly
continuously for the past seven years, has
antouncel himself as a caindidate for
raiiroad conilissioner in the next camn
paign. Mr. i ughin an i, the author of
the present separate coach law and his
friends think that the hard work which
he did for this measure should be reward
ed by the people. Mr. Caughtan is
popular where known and doubtless will
make somebody hustle.--Special to
TO TUK PUMLIC.
I desire to thank the people of
Newberry County for their liberal
patronage in the past and want to
assure them through these columns
that it is highly appreciated. In the
future I shall strive to deserve as
liberal patronage and the sane con
sideration which they have always
shown me since I have been in bnai.
For the past iftoon years the peo..
plo among whom I have lived and
labored have al way s been my friends,
and now for their patronago (luring
all these years, which has been stead
ily increasing, especially during the
past year, I thank them. I am always
glad to ne theim aid extond '.o all
a cordial invitation to come in and
see me when they come to town and
to inspect my lines of goods, which a
I believe to be better and fuller than
Come to see me. You are always
welcome whether you want to pur. i
chase anything or not.
0. M. JA MIESON,
The Head to Foot Clothier.
NOTICE OF ELECTION 6
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ~
ithamt, the Town Council will hold '
in election On Tuesday, December 31st, ~
1901, at 7.30 o'clock p. mn., for the fol- ~
Clerk and Tirea.aurer at, a salary of $50 ~
City Attorney at a salary of $100 per
Chief of Police at a salary of $50 per
Three Policemen at $35S per month
One Street Overseer at a salary of
$35 per mron)th.
Lamplighter and Janitor at a salary
of $20 per mionth.
Application must be in' handwriting
of applicant, except that of t,he Lamp
lighter and Janitor, and handed to the
Clerk of the Town Council by 7~ o'clock
the evening of the meeting. A pplica
tions will be considered from each ap
plicant for one position only. For any
further information apply to the Clerk
W. S. L A NG[ORD,
December 23, .1901..&T..C.N
In 5trong Old Foreign and Ameri- (
Cash Assets. Aggregate $341,643,297.
In Pacific Mutual, the most eco-l
nomical and liberal Company in the
In Travelers and Maryland
Casulty. Mishaps are frequent.
Over Post Omlco
IC. of P'M.
A speclal convention of the Nowberry
,odge Knights of I'ythias, No. 75, will
a h'd 'n M ndaS nllg II, )ec'llber
Itht, for the 1 mr)oseo of eleeting; ollicurt
special dispensation has bon grant
by Crantl Chancelloui I;ihaml f;;t
:ts imeoting. All the membors are
rgod to attend.
C. A. BOWMAN, U. C.
T. E. l'P"INU, K. of It.
A iairriag, in the 11olicu (uotttt loom.
A couple drove into town yesterday
fternoon about .1 o'clock and iniluiied
>r the Mayor of the city. lie was forth
oiling and was inforned that the couple
esired to be made nuat and wife. Mayor
lettntcr, without lit-sitation, provided
imself with a Book of Worship contain
ig the hutheran marringe service, and
lie Police Court root w:s turned for
nce frot t scec of gloon illand doubt
lt' I ntitrri;tet :-:"tl.,. vol " Itlt:
d: I:,V :1 tc.v se&' l i 1 t it tlai: ig l~U.
Wo on'e .id 'hev 1-vn kneiv v'y to all ap1
1:aran tce" a ht'ppy. 1,tdr.
Thle "..ouptle tha.t wa"s marru-iedi wr~ Mr.
Vi,he Mars And 1iss M.ary l1eiber , of
he loIl1ohn 'ection, in No. 1 towntship
tattr K'ettter t:a ' expect hieret'.er
t get his :.hat"c of the business in that
ioe, for Ie ertaintly an atdept in the
,ll..yt r iv-. ,rail t.hrAintt Sh T,tt"
l'1t-1t V v t .v Y It :t 11',.. ". i }'tl11C
rill, Wt.,' :.tit'. 'T . , wihe of 0.e
church h.i ;ta t'.t-.nn 1. lIlrulltilul t'lbrnst
mas trc. .t; d')ith t and p;Ita ait iittle
ones o' tie S- tlay eihil,'l. whicht was
very pi mi! ly du' ratted 'nd burdened
an addries to ho chIldretn ahid the re
maini t), of tno progran tnsibtel (if
recUtations attd rendinf? by the chiild
rev. Taken altoget.iur it was a ve.
pleasant and en joyle otcciatio, ai
no that the t lldren will long reenmsn
OUG118 AND UOLD- IN CHILDREN O
Rocoruniotrdation of a Well Knowvn hlengo
I use and preo.cribe Ohamberlain'a
Jough Remedy for almost all obstinato,
:onstrictetd coughs, with direct, results.
prescrlbe it to children of all ages.
\tn glad to reco>r,ret,d it to all in lned
tnd seocing rol iul frolmeolde a-d coughs
tud bronchial ofllictionH. It. 18 non
iarcotle and ttafe in tho hands of the
nost unprofessiona. A universal pan
cea for all mankind.--Jrs. Mary I.
tfolendy, M . .)., I'l. I)., ('hicago. ll
'his remedy is for sale by \\. h. 1'eI
am & Son.
Deceiiber 26, i ", iy . }. 1'. lt
lintock, at the residence of Mr. J. Cal
4eel, Mr. J. W. Mimts and Miss liettie
eel- all of this county.
December 25, 19or, by Rev. D. I'.
loyd, at the residence of Mr. Henry H.
Ienrix, Mr. Win. A. Pitts and Aliss Kat
Ilevirix, .it of Trinuit" ;ec(i:), New
erry counl y.
December 25, 1901, by Rev. 1). P.
oyd, atfthe residence of Mr. J. Z.. Adams,
fr. Warren A. Watt.s, of Helena. and(
liss Viola IC. Adams.
December 25, 1901, by' Rev. D). P.
hoyd, at the Methodist CircuitPairsonage
i1r. Lamnbert 0. Sligh, of the county,
ud Miss Carrie E. Reighley, of WVest
SYou run no risk in having your
roolen clothes cleaned and pr'essed at
ho Newberry Steam Laundry, for we
uaranteo thoem not to shrink. t tf
Night, was Hier Tetror.
''r"Iwouild eoughi niear!y iall night
)ng."' writes Mi!rr. (Jhaa. Apjpleguato, of
dexandria, 1Ind. , "anud coubId hardly
et any sleep. 1 1)1u1 01con it>ln ic oI
ad t hat iflI walked a block I would
otugh frightfully and( spit blood, but
hon all o'ther medinmes failed three
1.00 bottles, of Dr. King's New i)iscov
ry wholly cuIredl me and I gained 58
mounds." It'c absJolutel y guaradtee~d
r>cure Coughs, Colds, LaG~rip, B ron
hitis aind all Tlhroat and( JLng Tr'ou-.
les. Pride 50c and $1. Trial bottles
ree at all dlruggistq,
If you have not
>ought any of our
Thina for your Christ
nas gift be sure to buy
or New Year.
GOING AT COST.
V. E. Pe1haN & Soil,
MAKES THE BREAD'
'ThAT MAKES ' THEMA
TO 0Coun, So l,U :3ur1
beiswithl th(is, adl.
.12nd, I1()2. Sc;nd and
packages. Thy> wi
cunlniittee of dlisi ntor
Will go ringin down
the agess the day
when every woman
and child in Newberry
went to the Book Store
to see Mayes' grand,
Come ladies and chil
dren, come one and all.
The spielers will be tied
arcd ga ,ged, and1 you'
wiheasight to omake
theL hair curl
@EAll that we ask is
that you inspect our
stock before buying.
piern,u cromdae one det all
prc gamgedrcinl you
ne A ll1 thatn e as:kin is
vi ul fin al coror Thwion s.
O.BMAY ES ' i
gooderes nt or your Svig
Darni te line o 4St anr
Fullahin o e of Drugsi and
C al and sej.'Lte u~~.'m,eo
Go.W SUI R sIil Wily' [and o .
0. . M . EY, . ., Atlanta,O
With anot her
to ho giVon to
th iittilo girl
undor 1-4 yorH
out Ithe groat.
E MARK "et nltor Of
E 4TH AD.
LIld got it. Uontest
mud closes February
s. in Ineatly wrapped
I he counted by a.
ested j)uoS11 .
Wil roll up1 I a few daya. Are you
prepared? Havo you aoleotod your
presents. Wc have thn hoat stock to
pick from in the city. Lin addition to
our regular linu we have a cas, of
which we will :toll for less than actual
eost,. No two alike. PrecK from $4 to
$41. Como at once if you want a bar
R. J. MILLER
Hias just recolvnd th . I.t', },,tI , fresh
eat, nuwest and most select stock of
Wan cy Groceries to be foi.n d in i,be city.
1'or the Christmias lII)iidays you
want a Fruit Cake. Trhen go to I. ,.
M lle~r and got. the very fre'heet of
(Jnirrants, Malaga (Grapu., .
IU ait.ins, J?ollodl Oatr,
Lewis' Tea Flakes.
Assorted SWEE OV'RACKEFlIS.
HAR? DINES, aned all thaer
CANN, 1:1 (G)O)li,
111GH GRADEF MOCflA AND)
R. J. Miller,
Thc Storo that sodlls the Beat and
Wreshest. R(ttfaut near Post Oflke.
Fine Graca~ries a Specialty.
(as-rani INr 1 :87ry.)
Capital---- -- -$15,000.00
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
General baning b.uiness 4.ransact-.d
with promnptneoss. Speclial attention to
colleetions. Correspondcnco solicited.
Deposits allowed interest at tbe raute
of. 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposit. Interoet payable January let
and July 1st of each yoar.
M. A. OARLISLE~ Prest.
T,' 5. DUNOAN, 6ashler.
J. W. M. SIMMONS, Ast. C'r
For Factories and Mills.
Corlies, Automatio, Plain Side
Heaters, and Pumps.
From small plantation mill, to the
heaviest mills in the market.
All kinds of wood working machinery
Flour and corn mIlling machinery.
Complete g inning sy stems, Lummus,
Vant Winkl10 and Thoumas. Engines,
Boilers, Saws, Gins in stock for quick
1826 Main t... Coba,M. C.r