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Corroted ovory Tueud.ty aid Friday
by Sumlmer Bbr'ot.
M eat... .................. . . ......... 7c.
S h o .......................... 5)(0040.
H .................................. 10(ql12C.
Bost Lad ............... .,......... 7(a'80.
Best Molassos................j... 4((a)t00.
good Moas ...................... 25( 0: .
Cor .................. 600.
Meal ..,...--.. ......... ........... (60c.
W heat Branl -.- ................ $1.00.
1Ht, P at,ont Flom *.................. $6.25.
2nd lust Floute.................... - $5.75.
Strait Flour-----.--........... ... $5.50.
Pood Ord inary Plout ............ 5..
StIga, ....................... 301
ter, po r b . ...................... I. 20c.
Chkn, Seac.. .. 12 .020.
Peals, p ,r bushl............ 5($b70c.
Oats, pot. buho l................... I 5P0c.
Rweet potatoes .................. 5(i60c.
urk yns, ec .................. 1 (<( 8c.
podd rp, p r w)11 1t -....... .. 75(a)85c.
l - i n, g o l d i' h o '. . I. . f N e w -
berry, on 'lu sd .y, . u -: - ' 8
rottirted to this onloe. t
Newlorry cottIo MarI .
(Corrected Tiiitay lii Flrday I y o. Me
Good M iddlin .- -...----.--.-....... .... 1-1
Strict Middling ............
Aliddlint!g .............................. ..... 7-16
M arket, steady.
Houso and Lout for sale.
Houso of sovelt roois. 1't thre
acres. A pply toG. 11. ('roinc. &t,f
Married in% AMhevillp.
He. Ilenry IP. .lolnes at11
We'st, were'i'C uitited 'jt iis Rena
'I..al marriage at the
4_ 090 nrido's parents in Ashc
'ie, N. C., on August, 29th last,, by
Rev. W. W. .lones, of thate .ity.
Mr. Jones Is a Newberry boy now in
Asheville doing well and his fiiends in
Nowberry extend congratulat ions and
Iherc Is moo cAtai,i rin this seci "on of the
Colinlry thn Atll othor diseast's put together,
Sild iuit il ti e l,4t few yors w1 4 81111 4r P(e to
be Incnrablo Fori a grit many years doc
tors pro,ouncedIt it a local dison1se. anMid pro.
8crlbed local teinedies, ittit by )constaiity
fiatilg to euro with 1oeni tr at' Ont pro
tounced it inenrable. Scienco hwi pro"V01n
catarrih to be a coviiniitional it 11'enso an<(t
therefore requires constioitinial lreatnieit.
ith'Ps Catarri Cure, snannfacm u v-t by F .1.
(,hienoy & t(., Toledo, Ohio Is tlt- only coi
mititutional cure on the ntarket,. J is talcen
initerna ly in doses 1ra1n if) drop.s to it tent.
up. ontul. It,c ats directly on the '1ood itnd
11u1ncoUs sut faces of the syseil. 'I hey otilr
one hnndied dollars for tly caso 1, tiliq to
ctire. Sond for circulars aind lervtnonials.
Adldtress, F. .1 CIIHN PY S (O. T.,Cd , 0.
OWASold by Drug4ists, 7ie.
HARRIS L/THA WA TEH!
Carbonated Lithial Wateir,
Sold to the Wholesale and
Retail trade at lowest Pricos by
S. B. JoP vo,
Agent for Now]-erry.
The wrnsiitu'(' of (nitManmy A(utIet.103'
School I )istict No. ., will receive
appl1 tictionis for~ a tenLeherI niil Sepl
tomuber 15th, at 9 o'clock at mi., at,
.which time thec pait"ons of tibe school
will meel, at, thet new schoo4iil hotus to
elcect, a itnher3. SatlarIy. 8.T,.0 por jc
mionth; tlet.mi, I) months.
M1. ii. le ll,s'v
t&ftd Tr.i istees.
F or Iy ant# ml Childr en.
NOT LOOKIlG Y(LL!
NOT liEELING WE L
Syrup SarsapaillI a.
This preparationi is a combination
of drugs having altorat ivo, tonic
stimulant and laxativo action.
It contains three drugs whlich the
med ial pr'ofossiont re'ommeiiind for
skcin d iseaises, Seirofuilous aff'ect.ions,
Dyspopsia, Livor ComplaintIs, Rhu
It is carefully prepared from the
purest drugs and is sold at '75 cents
a bot tle at
R&~4'esson & Gilder's
DR. B. A. DANIELS.
Diseases of t.he Eyo, FKar, Throat anid
NEWBER RY, 8. 0.
Olilico at residenco, next, door' to Crot
well Hotel. ,f
,W E H AV E GOT
Rye and Barley,
and Wood's Ever
green Grass Seed for
Robertson & Gilder,
Drnugita 01n the onr.
VAIRIOUS AND A.L A11OUT.
There was a delIgTlhtful moonlight
pienic lat, night-At the resdenco o
Mr. Robt. Siumho t.
Are y6u reading the original story
we a-0 Puniiig- on the110, fourth pag(':
If not you are faissilig a goo(I th lg.
In the absence of Mayor l.Vans yes.
terdiay Alderian R. 1). Smith did the
honovs cr the day it, taudsome style.
If some of our subscribers would call
in and pay we would be delighted. We
need money. It talkes money to run a
Rev. J"+i - iptilng, of Savannah, la.,
wloAt visitlng relatives in Newbor-y,
w9 /Preachl in the Littheiran chureb on
In the list ianded uts for publication
in Tuesdiay's issue of the stags who at
tended the dance In-the at mory on- the
night of the 2nd instatit. the nameof
Mr. Robt. 1). PLi WIAS uin11te)t-ionailly
Th(ere will be no service in the Pres
byterlan cliurch on Suiday as Itev. J.
[*. Williainson Is atetending the Pres
bytery at Pelzer.. )r. YW. 1,. lelhamI
is also a'ton(ling the Pi-esbytory as del
egat,e from the Newbery church.
At a meeting of the bourl of trustees
of the Craded School held., yesterday
aftornoon it was deciddel to add "aiother
teacher, and Miss Kate Lou Nebl was
elected to the )osit,ion. She is the
diaugite iof Mi-. Thos. M. Neel and a
gradi e of Hollins lustitute, Vi-ginia.
oice did not th'nk there- was
onit in tel-est lit the Ipl-111111.5 to)
it in issuing an extra, but boasti
t was the flrst paper to publish in
lumns the returns in tabulatr form.
11 it be kind enough to tell us and it,s
readers where it got the figures with
which to mike up its We.
Dr. W. E. A. We'yman, of Clemson
Collegef was in Newberry yesterday
and gave The H1 erald and News a
ple.asant call. le had been out to ex
amin thil cattle oil Mr. Win. Lang
ford's place neai- Old Town. Several
had (lied and others were sick. Dr.
Weymlan thou'ght it was due to what
they had been eating and the imlpuro
water. He presci-bted for the sick and
thinks th-ere will be no further trouble.
Sev-ra Yearis unio I waA taken with a
severe attak of ilux. I wis sick it
bed about tenl days and Could et 1ioth
ig to relieve me utilii I used Cniuber
bpii's C,)Ic. Cholera an( Diarrhoea
Remedy, which cured file and has been
a hm01),whol remedy with us ever
s1ice. J. C. M il R.ow, Decaturville,
MNO. For Fa:e by3 'W. E0. Pelham, Drug
UOV. Dr. Voigt, has retunel to New
Mrs. W. Wr. Jones, of Laurens, is at
Dr. 0. 13. .Nlayer's.
Mliss Claudia Irby, of L ;ens, is via
iting at Mrs. Glenn's.
Mrs. S. 1. Mcmaughrin is visiting
fiindL inl A nderson, S. C.
Miss Fannie iny Ca-wile has re
tinedl- from iL visit to Andei-son.
'Mis-i Car-ie Lee, of Chappells, is
visitinog at MIr. .1. D . D)avenport's.
Ni rs. . A..BI lackwel,der has retuirned
fromla Livisit, to relat,ives ini North Car-o
Mr . .lmes Rltrton and family, of
CJhar-leston, ar-e visiting at 1)r. 1la~ter
Mrts. 0. [E. .lohnsonl 'of Summeriville
is onl IL visit to 1her parlents Mi-. andii
Mrs. S. 1'. lHoozer.
10ditor C. L. Hecard of the Chapin
News was in the cit,y yesteirday and
gave us a shor-t caLll.
MIr. G. M. K\inariId left last. night for
Lani-ensvi lie, G a., to att end court, as a
w itnless in a ril road case.
MIiss Anni c Hynum 0 left ye'sterday~ for
lFlorence, wher-e she has aL positioni as
teacher in the Grladied School.
Mr-. .T. Wilson (Gihs came to New
her-ry yesterday with tile Ciolumiah
tiremleni. We wcrie glad to see himi).
MI iss I lanche Wilson, of Balt.imore,
has1 comec to Newher-y and will take a
p)osition inI the Miill incry deparhltmenit of
D avenpor-t & Ren-twick's.
Miessrs. Jas. W. Dunnning and .Ja-ol:
10arhairdt, of the Columbia 1Heel Team,
No. '3, remained herie On a few days
visit, to thei- br1other-, Mr-. J. W. Ealr
Pr'iof. Huirr ii. Johnstone ciame down
fr-om Newherr-y last, week to make
ready for the opening of the Barn well
GIraded School on NIond ay neCxt,.---Barn
Its Value Re-ogni .e1 by 1'hystelansa.
As Ia i-ule I am oposed'to propi
tar-y medilcinesn. St,ill' I value a good
onelt, es4pecially whcn suchi Is the source
oif relief fr-onm pain. As a topilal (ex
termial) applient ion I have fonnd CIham
herlain's PaIn BaInm the best i-emedy I
have ever- usedi for neura gia of aniy
kind. I have consclintiously recoim
mlended1 It, to manily personis. WVILLIA M
IlORLNE, M. I). Janmesvil, Win. Bohid
by WV. E. Pelhaim, D)rugglaf.
We Are Selling
Puire, W1atr-Whtite, Non
Explosivo BIURNING Oil,
at 11 por)cl gallon.
We savec you mnoney at
PELHIA M'S DR1UJSTORlE
Firo-Pr-oof K(orosonuo Oil only 1]
cents pr gallon at
Rt. Wmn JoTnsn's.
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET,
ALL TUIN NEWS OF A LIVE AND PRO
[Spee'al (01 re'pmldneo Herald ad Newe 1
Cot ton bringing 6 to ol today. How
we wish it was at least 80.
Delegates to the County S. S. Con
vention at Lebanon froi t'ho A. R. P.
S. S : Niss Bessie Dominick and Mr.
Prank Hunter. Wightman Chapel not
elected yet. Grace: Prof. R. C.
Counts, 1r. S. J. Kohn and Miss Olive
We have two happy "alppy " In
t,wnl this week, Messes. E. . luther
and Wallace Br'uee.
M r'..J. W. Douglas, a theological stu
dent,(llled the A.R. P.pulpit last Sunday
morning and night and many are the
)leisant words spoken by those who
Rev. Price filled his usual appoint.
mont, at Wightinan Chapel last Sunday
Dr. Halbman will preach by special
request next Snuday night on the Jac
ahle of the talents.
Luthor Leagues neet promptly Fri
day evening at 7.45 for their monthly
business. All come.
Messrs. C. C. Davis and E. H1. Aull
of your city Were in town for a coul)le
Mr. Konneth Baker left us on Tues
day for Greenwood, which place will be
li;V headquarters for the cotton season.
Heo will buy' cotton for Pacolet Manu
Once more the grim monster death
has invaded our qui--t little town and
laid his destroying hand upon oner of
our fairest young ladies. Miss Lida
Grimes quietly fell asleep on Tuesday
night And was laid to rest in the ceme
tery Wednesday evening, where she
sleeps, awaiting tne sound of last truni)
to come forth and dwell forever with
On Tuesday Mr. J. 1). Stone laid to
rest his little infant, aged about four
weeks. One by one the ties that bind
us here are loosed, and as they are
broken here they are bound up again
Messrs. S. S. Birge and A. H. Haw
kins have returned from their trip to
the eastern market. They rel)ort
crowds in all the trade centres, all
anxious for bargains.
Mr. J. S. Wheeler will weigh cotton
at the new depot this Beason.
Mrs. Addie Hodgas and son Wynn
left our town for Spartanburg last Tues
day, which town they will make their
future hoi. They go to get the edu
cational advantages offered by Spar
tatnburg. We regret to lose them, but
our loss is Spartanburg's gain.
Miss Bessie Monts of Little Moun
tain will leave today for Mont Amoena
Seminary, Mt. Pleasant, N. C.
Misses Helen Hawkins, Ruth and
Maude Graham of Lexington are visit
ing Mrs. J. W. Hunter of the St. Lukes
Mrs. Ellen Buford and Malon Davis
have been visiting Messrs. Hawkins
and Lane in town the past week.
Miss Lucy Elinore has resumed her
l)lace as cashier with Moseley Bros.
Miss Marie Bobb is with Mr. S. S.
Birge again this season and she and
M rs. Kohn will preside over the millin
.1 im Boozer, the negro charged with
attempted assault upon the young lady
mentioned last week, had a prelimiiary
before .1udge Fellers. After hearing till
the evidence the Judge decided it wav
not sufficient to hold him, having failed
to prove-that he was the one, and lie
was accordingly discharged.
A few of our people are attending the
reel races today. We wish your city a
glorious time and a big crowd and may
yout all feel jolly.
Miss lIiza Wyche had the misfor
tune to fall Sunday evening and break
her arm. Dru. W.yche attended to it
promp)tly and shemis now doing nicely.
The little daughter of Mr. J. P.
Wheeler' fell out the steps on Tuesday
and broke her' ar~m. Drc. Hunter at
tend(ed her and she is doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. WV. A. Moseley and
C2har'lie returned from the Northern
mar'kets on Monday.
Cottoni has beca coming in freely for
the past week.
Th'le opening of the school here (the
pr'ide of the town) was one of the best
we e ver' experienced. A p)rogr'ammne
hadL( b,een arranged and the stores all
closed for an hour and the citizens gen
er'ally tur'nedl out and we had a good
time all roundt(. ChaIrman Mosely, of
theQ board of trustees, pr'esidecd, and af
tr r'eading an article on "How to Kill
a Town,'" announced the progratmme
and the wyork begun. The addiress of
welcome in behalf of the board of trus
tees wats dlelivoredl by Mr. A. H. Kohn;
in behalf of the parents by Mr. F. V.
Capers; on behalf of the childt'en by
Mlr. A. G. Wise, in the absence of Rev.
Mr. Kirkpatrick, who was sick; in be
ha'f of the citizens by Dr. C. T. Wyche;
ini behalf of the ministry hy Rev. Dr.
Hlalltman. Rev. E. G. Price opened the
exercises with prayer and closed with
thie benediction. T1here was music be
tween each address. Mr. J. WV. Doug
has, theological student, presided at the
>inno, assisted by Mi's. C. T1. Wyche,
Miss Lucy I'~cimore, Messrs. C. T1.
WVyche, E. B. Kibier, and D. H. With
eispoon. Mr. Witherspoon was in
charge cf the music. After the ad
dIresses of welcome Profe. Aull and
Hlaynes returned their thanks for the
many kind wvords of smnypathy and en
cour cagement, and we tr'ust there wvill
not he a single one of those pm'esent
that morning who will have any desire
to "cut behind." The encolment was
pruoceeded with immiedilately after the
meeting adjour'ned and 74 pupils were
enroled the fi'st day. Several new
oneCs hcave come in since, and we hope
to see tihe school attain the high-wator
mark of last session and, if possible,
rise higher' and higher each year of its
usefulness The attendance upon these
execises show what a deep hold edu
cationi In gener'al and our~ school in par
ticular have uplonl the hearts and m ids
of oui' people, andi may this hold evr
grow stronger and stronger as the
years go by.
T1he victor'ics of Hood's
Sarsaparilla over all
Forms of disease
That It is an utnequtalled
Blood purifier. It conqvers
The demon, Scrofula,
Relieves the itching and burning os
salt rheum, cures running sores, ulcer's,
boils, pimp)les, and every other form 01
humor or disease originating in imnpur'e
blood, Th'e cures by Hood's Sarsapa
r'Illa ai'e cures absolute, permanent
per'fect cures. T1hey ar'e based up~o
its gr'eat power' to putrify andl enr'iel
y ictiding Lots.
I have a few dlesir'able and wvel
located building lots -for sale on Mah
and Hunt streets. Easy payments ant
long tume if desired.
f&tlm GEO. . Mc wr a.
Ryt makod fe ood par,
wbsoksome .a4 dolcIou.
ROYAL 1RAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
St. Paul's Items
Cool and cloudy today with winds
from the iE4ast.
N1l. HaUYne Wedaman spont, Thurs
lay night with Mr. Thaddous IEpting.
Miss Sue Sumner, of your city, is
visiting in this community tt Mir.
The Misses M iller, daughter of Mr.
John Miller, of the Mt. Pilgrim coin
inunity, visited the family of Mr.
Julius I pting last week.
The highest price paid for cotton at
our market, Pomaria, during the past
week was 7 cents. Our Inarket is as
good as any in the country.
The dry weather that we have bech
having, with the Winds, is causing the
cotton to open rapidly. At the present,
rate we will have little to pick after
Mrs. Clodhopper, daughter and son
attonded two school exhibitions the
past week. One at Excelsior and the
other at Little Mountain. They were
both enjoyable occasions.
On last Friday at 11 o'clock we
hitched our team. to a bodyless wagon,
put ourself on the rear hounds of the
wagon, at the middle of the coupling
pole and with lines in hand wended our
way southward for about 16 miles. Our
object was white oak with which to
make baskets and seed oats. Our first
stol) was. excepting to open 15 gates,
at Uncle Daniel Sheely's, it having
beenl nearly twelve years sinec we were
there. We found both Uncle Daniel
and Aunt Sallie enjoying good health
and in the cotton patch. 'hey are not
compel'd to 'work, but, when well they
feel tie force of God's command, "thou
shalt eat bread by the sweat of thy
brow." They enjoy thd blesnin4gs of
God and are two happy souls. May
they yet live many years. Our next
stolp was at Mr. Drayton Epting's,
whero we expected to get oak. We
found Mr. Ipting in bed, but his fine
son, Mike, a student of Newberry Col
lege,-Rathered an axe and wont with us
In the woods to got thq oak., -Our next
point wai Mr. Jacob Ballentino's, where
we arrived about dark. Mr. Ballentine
is a good farmer. Heo raised forty
bushels of oats to the acre. HIe has
several hundred bushels for sale. We
spent a pleasant night and left next
morning with a quantity of fine oats for
our own sowing. We passed through
ab)out as many gates on our way home
as wve did going although we wecnt dif
ferent roads. I know Lexington Cun
ty has more gates than any other coun
ty in the State. CLODHIOPPERl.
Sept 6, 1897.
In a recent tetter to the manufactur
ers Mr. W. F. Benjamin, editor of the
Spectator, Ruzsh ford, N. Y. says: "'II,
may be a pleasure to you to know the
high esteem in wvhich Chomberlain's
medicines are held by the people of
y our own state, where they mtust be
bestk know n. Ana aunt of mitne, who
residtes at Dexter, Iowa, was about to
visit men a few years since, and beofore
leaving homae wroto me, asking If they
were sold here, stat lng if they were tnot
she would bring a quantity with her,
nas ahe (lid not.like to be without I hem."
Th'ie miedicines referre'd to are Chamn
herlain's Cough Rlemedy, famuous for
its cures of (iolds1 aind croup: Chamber..
lain's Pain B ilm for rhieumnatismn, lame
back, painus in the aide and chest, and
Chamberlain's C~olle, Cholera, and Di
arrhoea Remedy for howel comtpintts.
These medicines have been in constant
use in Iowa for almost a quairter o,f a
cent ury. The people have learned that
they are articles of great worth and
merit andl unequaled by aniy other.
They are for sale here by W. E. Pel
One 40 Horse-Power IEngi ne.
One 20 Horse IPower linnginte.
One 12 Hlorse-Piowcr ICngine.
One 16 Horse-Power Holler.
Lot of Shafting and P'ulleys of vari
Apply to Herciald a\no Nows. f&tti
WE HAVE FOUND IT,
A chill cure that is
pleasant to take and
will cure any case of
chill or fever.
Robertson & Gilder,
Druggists on1 the Corner,
N EWBERRY COLLEGE
Three Courses Leading to Degrees.
NEW. SCIENCE IIALLT WITHI WORIKIN(
Efficient Preparatory Department.
Tuition In Collegiate dlepartmrent*$40
in Preparatory department $20 to $30
Entire expenses per session (exclusivi
Qf books, fuel and clothing) for student
rooming in college and boarding in th
Boarding HIal:--Colegiato departmen
to 90.75. Next session begins Octobe
1st. For catalogue address
10EORGE B. OROMER, President.
NWJwmmnv S. C.
Us upliille News.
Cotton pit-kinl"! is tho ordur of the
day In our commiiunlity. I I
i Iss M 111111 Lyles, of Newberiy, Is
visitinf Miss ('rrie 0rooks.
%liss Annit (lymph hiats been visIt.
Ing MissesM 11inni Iat Iiary Lan .
'rotrat,ted moting will comnil'ee
at, New lope church t( 9t.11h of this
ht s. George Dicke-t. of Coltimblia,
has been vistlig her fattler, Mr. 1). A.
\ rs. .1. S. .1. qub0'r spenVIt sOVeral days
i Unilon l1at wovek.
AIr. .1m Kelilevy is visiting 'Nilr. Lobt
lluphy's frimy. .
MiSS CArrio \Illingham, Of Pr'OsR0
it.y it; Vsitin- holr un (Av, MrI. A. .1.
C. N. W.
Like billousness, dyspepsia, headcelie, consti.
ptlon, sour steviach, ihigestion tire promptly
fured by Ilood's Pills. They do their work
easily and ithoroighly.
Best after diier pills.
26 cents. All (rtiggts.
Prepared by C. 1. Itood & ,o.. i.owell. mass.
'ho onlly PIll to takte with Llood's Sarsaparilla.
I CAN BE FO1UND
At my old stand
ertson & Gilder's
with a fine line
elry and Silver
Also a line of fine Specta
cles and Eyeglasses in (Gold,
Silver and Steel Fraines.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Annual School Election.
N OTIC1I 1SI8 KHl PAlINY GI N
thattanl election will he hIeld fit
the Court llotus in Newherry. S. C..
onl ["riday, Suptelilwi I-, 1897, from 10
ia. In. to . ml., 1pol the (losliol of
the lsessimlent anild levy of the two-mill
tax for the pur-poses of the Newberry
Graded Schook. for the eisuilng year.
Those who favor t.h( tax will vote "Por
Two-Mill Tax." Thmse who oppose
will vote "Against. Two-Mill Tlax.",
Mlanagers of saihL election: ). W. T.
Kiblur, S. S. IIkl gford, .1no. C. lialf
11,01T. A lLA N II NS'I.'O N K,
. ha Iirn11 .
F. N. M A N IN, Secrotary. f2t,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Session begings September 22dl.
C~ourses lead (ing1 tom all maenmie de(gre(es.
Pre'paratory departnemnt in chargve of
exlperiened1 tenehers. ( ost redn ueed to)
miliiinu by~ mess 5 system'I. lloard( inl
priv~ate families moder1 ate. For ('atn -
Jogu anCUId othier in format.ion. apply to
clhair'mani 0r to I lN IX. Gii TMi,
AN INSTITUTE FOR UOLORED)TEAJCHER8
W (olored1 graded schlool butildi ur
at Newvherry from Sepht lebr (it hi to
All patrt.ies explecting1 to hteh ini ihe
colored schools of Newherrisy co nni v
will be expe)(cted to at,lenid.
F. W. Ii i(I NS,
(Chlairmani Hoardl'( Ex. Ne wherry t'o.
Home Office, Newark,
Assets July 1, 1887,
All Policies ConitajIn the I
Promise to~ Pay (IlaimIrs I MM~
Also Provide for CASH V AJ
in order to enuble our customere to
buy their Fall (oods at th. lowe8t
p riceH beforo Iihe tariff efrecti; Otel. we0
have placed our ordert uarly, - ttil we
nre now -veiiig up momew very desira
ble goous for Fall. We would call
your itteithl to soito .4peeil values.
Amtuig thenm are the followitz:
10 piee(8 30 ich all wool Sergo at
25e worth 35
10 plee'1 30 inch aill Wool Dreim Flan1
nel at 25j wort,h 35.
1o pieces 540 Inch all wool Dresm FIlap
1ne at 39e wilrth 810.
10 pIeem 50 inch Broylclot It tVe
50 pieces it Iley PI int14 at 60.i
20 pieces I nuported Outing 1Flatiels
Shces! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
As nl rtiIition to- our .moe ,t.,.
pirl ieit, we ol'er thlsuvek 10 coi,a
Mell'" ati Womenl'a Shows, msannfait
I ntred to m-Il at $1,50.and:$1.76 for $1.26
sPot eil. We also live 16 eaem of
H1 nillon, Browi & co.'s, Sies. rrom
$1.25 to $4.00, whif-h we:regard IOh best
values linwil II ti,i eountry for the.
Iimony. We introl this line for New.
berry, aind it will pay you to wear Ohlmv
goods. WhIenl You wanlt anlything inl
Dry (oods, )remm Goodt:, Notins or
81hotes our store im the placo to comke.
Nothing but the best goods for the
priee k it, and everytlhing elose on to
wholt-male priets. Come an.d hee us
'A. C, JONES,
Newherry, S. C., iN ugust I1I, 1897,.
I 1ave secur-ed ai first-class woricinlan
In p'llinhing" anId electric wVork. I will
lie ready to do any kind of work In
above niimlichs wlien thei tie comes.
I sh11111 strive to plase in Cvcry waty,
alI every jol) ust give satisfactioln.
Will be plealsed to mak111ce estlittes free
gra,is. I um fully equipped to do
IN1nam11ellng, lratzing, Vuleaniziug,
Turnling and aill otherl bicycle work. I
keep a full[ suipply of lieyele' sundlries.
Stmves by the ear at, all prices,
I have receivedl many kind favors
from the people of- Newbery in the
past, for vlilh I fl t.ruly rteful.
I ask for a t.rial iII these new braicheii
of mlly bluilliess.
J.W. W HIT E.
Liberal Trial Quantity
i he famous F-ilver P oli'h
wAill lie sent. t,o anuy wvOnmnU
'I ' i wel known article hast hean suac
COessful ly used by housekeepers every
wv lhe e for yeLtra and1( it,s iniak e is hope t.o
makc e a perilanent, euittoier of yoti. It,
1.hinig fori kee p1ing bicycles bri ght1.
Shniiply send your addre'(ss 2an aI postal
t,o Sl.CON, :0 (ClIff St., New York.
We imake speelal1 offers to) hiousekeeper4.
EI A Ti E' LY uon eceito
IES, LANS, PA I 1)-U P iand
Spring is coming on
Is on hand, ready *ith the nob
biost and nicest and neatest line
of Clothing and aents' Furnish
ings over exhibited in this market.
No old stock to b3 run off at and
below cost, but our goods are new
and fresh and are inarked close,
and our motto is short rofits and
quick sales. Our
S110 AND HAT LINE
is superb, and can scarce be ex
celled. The latest in everything
and strictly up to date. No
trouble to show you what we have.
Call and examnine for your own
satisfaction, and if our goods and
prices don't convince you that we
a1re the peopl) to sell you
and everything in our line, why
then you don't know a gooq tbqg
when yvu see it.
Yours to plOeeo,
c1ot IDiu cot
tly ce [ e
(:)re - aedig to i theiegree ot ,.
monsl H.8 .in ep ~" e o tne,d
tiIro bildking heated by hot water
tY Wite for Catalogue to
wi . Pu. na,
New Business Writ
lO RF EITPA BLE featurces anid
Satisfactory Proofs of Death.