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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summner Bros.
Meat... .................. . . ......... 61 6( j.
.4bouldcrs ........................... 7e.
H am s.................................. Ile.
Best Lard ............... ........... 7(d8c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Molaslss..................... 25(a35o.
Corn ................................... 60o.
M eal .......... . . ......... ........... 550.
Hay........ . . ................ 80c.
Il W heat Bran ........................ $1.00.
18t Patent Flour.................. $4.50.
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour ...........$3.003.75.
Sugar .................. ..... ......... 5 *(6tc.
R ice .................................... 6 (a8ec.
C olee e................................. 10a)20c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 90c.
Hulls, per cwt................ 15c.
Butter, pori l ..................... 15(@20c.
Eggs, por dozen .................124c.
Chickens, each.................. 12420c.
Peas, per bushel....... ......... .0c.
Corn, per bushel................. 60c.
Oats, per bushel................. 350.
Sweet potatoes .................... 50(40c.
Turkeys, per th ................ 6( 80.
Fodder, per owt .................. 60(0750.
Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
M iddling ................................ 42c.
11uckton's Arnica Balve.
he best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruilses, ores, Ulcers, Salt Rhelum",
F"ver Soies. Tett r, chapped Hinds,
(,iililauis, Corti4, aid all Skin Erup
t.)tj., a,n( positively cures Piles, ce no
Olly required. It is guaranteed to gie
perfect satisfaction or money refur ded.
Price 125 cents per box. For Pah. by
itobertson & L4lder and W. E. Peliham.
To 0,1rol a 011ti int Ono Night
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsules for La
Grippe. Coughs and Colds; 12 doses 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to
curc or money refunded. Um
My house and lot on Calhoun Sirect,
opposite Presbyt,erian church. '1.is
easy. GEO. B. CROM. :R.
Ore Domestic Sewing Machine. Ap
ply at Herald and News ofimec for viems
and price. t f-1
Several finl ed Room Suits fo sile
cheap, to make room for other goo Is.
S. J1. WVooTi:N.
For Sae at Yoting's Drug Store at
121 cents each. Call and see them.t&f2t
store Room to Hent.
100 feet long, plate glass front, most
mi1ain street). Possession given 1-4 of
MIrch, if not sooner. Itareopportunity
to get a firsL-Class store room in New
berry. Apply to Daniels & Co. tf t&f
Please add to your Phone list:
Johnstone, Silas (Hes.).................... 8
Vant, Mrs, F. W. %is................ 90
W ilson,. JJ C. -Store).......... ......... ..102
D ispOnsary -.-..................................101
Suminers, . C. ( es ..................... .5
And oblige, L. W. FLOYD. i&f2,
Childre-%'o ilay Special.
A genuine Cabinet Photograph made
nd given free for sittings of white
ehildren under live years of ag at
SSalter's Photo Gallery on Tuesday. Oc
tober 18th, from 9 a. m, to 3.30 p. u. t
The peop)le know wvhen A. C.
Jones says ho is sacrificing g.>eds
that it is so, as his store filled '.vith~
customers for the paOst two dlays
proves. fsd of
Bargains in tnew goods, consistimer of
Calicoes, Bleaching, Lonsdale Camb1 ric,
Cheviot,s, &e., att S. J1. WOOTE.N.
)hautghsterr of the Confette.racy.
.Wmt. D)rayton Rthtlerford Camp will
hold a meeting in the parlors of the
NKw berry Club next Tuesday after ioon
at 5 o'elock. A full attendance of the
memubers is (desired.
One Minutu Couigh Cutre surp' ises
people by its quick cures andl chil.h-menu
may take it in large quantities wit iout
the least danger. I t has won for i aself
the best rep)utattion of any prepari tion
used today for colds, croup, ticklh g in
the throat or obstinate coughs. VA . E.
F5our (lays more, after today, will
close the great sacrifice sale at A. 0.
Jones'. You wvill make the mistake
of the year if you do not take adihan
tage of this sale. .f&t' r
A Fi re Aa .~nt,
'tesday af ternoon about 20o'c ock
:re was sounded, thu v ork
~la"m ot' 'CTk . ros., in fron. of
of Shiock ley 'Thefiredid very
-jail being oni fir. Que uilshed be
.e danger being extrpog'd he fire
Sit gainedl anty head way.,
,artmientt respondled promp)tly. e
fruth wears well. People 1.ave.
o. ),DW itt's Little Early.
isePs are tellate litt,le pills for r mu
tinug te bowels, cur'ing constipa non
mul sick hetadache. T1hey don't gi ine.
W. E. Peihemi.
Goods at A. 0. Jones low mar ked
cash prices,'with 25 per cent. ofif,
reeans 25 per cent. less than any
manlf should( sell themn, and i lo's
than their real miarkot~ value. i&ftf
ii wil, Jck.un Arrested.
~'Dewitt, .Jackson, the negro whose ar'
resct was asked for by the chief of poli1ce
of Nowbemrry Tuesday, wits appre
h~lended by Ollcar Cratmer late Tuesday
~.ight. T1he negro made no0 attemplt to
istguiset his identity. He is wanted
etc on a charge of house-breaking and
A rceny, anud after being tried in Rich
riand county, wvill he turned over to the
\Jackson killed Saml Smalls, colored,
1ast spring by stabbinig him In the for'e
head with a knife.-The State, 13th.
Le insurance ia a good thing but
health insurancee, ',y keeping the blood
rc ~with 11eodI's Sarsapatrilai, is still
VARIIOU8 AND ALL ABHOUIT.
See notice of executors' sale in an
. Rev. 1t. C. Williams has gone to
Dr. W. A. Young is announced for
alderman from Ward 4.
The Master advertises a sale for No
vomber and only one so far.
Seo notice to creditors and of flnal
sottlement in another column.
The election managers and notice of
the election will be printed next week.
The county treasurer will open his
bvoks'on Saturday for the collection of
Mr. W. D. Goodman announces him
self as candidate for Mayor in the
Dr. E. C. Jones -is -announced as at
candidate for Mayor in the approach
ing town primary.
lon. Colo L. Blease has gone to Co
lumbia to attend mecting of State Exe
Mr. Nat Gist has gone to Charlotte
where he has a good posi'tion with the
Mr. Jno. I. Ruff who until recently
lived in Newberry died at his home in
Salu'da on Wednesday night.
There will be preaching at Helena
Suuday evening at 4 o'c'oek and Sun
day school will be held at 3 o'clock.
Rev. [t. A. Subbert, of Summerton,
S. C., will preach in the Pirst Baptist
church next Sunday nmorning amd night.
Mr. Gordon Shockley and Miss Daisy
Shockley went on ia visit to Laurens
County Wednesday and returned Thurs
Mr. L. C. Speers has been honorably
discharged from the volunteer army
and is oi a brief visIt to his parents in
The Central Luther L3aguc will hold
a meeting in the Newberry Lutne'an
church tomorrow. Program has been
published for several issues.
Col. 0. L. Schumpert returned yes
terday from Laurens where he had
been to defend several important crim
inal ca-e. He secured acquittals.
Dr. R W. Sanders Vice-President of
the Home Mission Board will deliver
an add ress in the lirst Baptist church.
on Monday evening the 17th at 7.30
Public invited to attend.
Miss EJ-telle Todd, one of Newberry's
charming and mlost highly accom
plished dituglters, has accepted a posi
tion in the High School at Little
Mountain for this term.--Carolina News.
lion. C. C. Peathei'stone, of Laurens.
is on a brief visit to relatives in New
berry. Mrs. P'eatherstone has been
v:siting at M. F. Z. Wilson's for sev
Mr Wr. 11. Iunter has received an
appointment its Compositor in the Gov
ernment Printing Ollice itt Washing
tonl anid will leave today or tomorrow
for that city. We wish him success.
The Charleston Fall Festival
prom ises to be something grand this
year-and all a iound trip ticket will
cost over the Southern Railwtay', .is
$3.70. Of course you are going over the
We invite your' attention to the ad
vert,isement, of Mlr. J1. A. MIinnaugh
oun the fi ret page of this palper. H-e prio
poses to move his stock if low p)rices
and good goods will (10 it and invites
you to come andl examine his stock.
T1he sub-alliances in and around Little
Mountain iil give a picnic on the 22d
of this month and1( will havi e several
prtoiInen t speaikers. A pleasan)t (day
will be had. ,Full programme and fur
ther' p)articulars w'l Il be pubitlished next
The editor of Tlhe Hecrald andl News
returned yesterday morning .fromi at
brief business visit to A tlainta. En
r'oute we spent, a coup)le hours very
p)leasantly in Abbeville. We r'egret
thiat. we did( not see the editorial breth -
men and sisters of that, city.
,Jamieson has somnething to say about
clothing in anotber colunn. Tihis is
going to be ia cold winter unless all
signs fail and1 the place to get good
clothing for the least mioncy Is at,
Jamnieson's. Yon can dlependl on what,
he tells you and as for shoes ho is
NMr. Claude 1 loyd, wh'lo killed the nie
gro Rob. D)orr'oh on Sat.urday niight,
surriendlered to the Sherill'ron Wed nes
day andi wit,h his attorneys Johnstone
iand Welch atppear'ed before Judge
Klutgh at Lanrenis on ai wr'it of habeas
co:'puts and1( made appllicationi for' bail.
It was g ranted in) the sum n of $1 ,500.
The C., N. & L. 11. 1W will sell round
tit'ip ticks on account, of Gala Week to
eheld at Charleston on October 24l-29)
~one fare for round1( tr'ip. T1ickets
eOn sati iIrom 24-29, l imiit.ed to
vicL.~Qtober 31. Alm. l'C. Cavenaugh,
itin' s road, will be p)leasedl to
tgent for tin , no'ain3Oi111
give any fuit nomto o a
Mr'. A. C. iThomias, of . arysvllJe,
T'ex., hats founmd a umore valua 1s di"'
envery than has yet bm.een natde th
KClond Ike IFor years lhe utler'ed n
toldh agonmy fromt consmiaiptionm, ne'om
panhiedl by hemnorrhag. a; and was abi
soltutely ci-ed by D)r. KIng's New Dis
covery for Coainsuptiomn, Coughs anmd
Colds. lHe ducha res t hat gold is of little
valueo in comiparmison wIt h ih marvel -
ens cure; would have It,, even If It ('ost
a humndred dollars a lint tie. Asthmai,
Bronchitla and( all t hrat anid Iun g
affecltioms are 'ositIve'ly ctired tby D)r.
tion. Tirial bottles fre e at Robe"rtsoni
& Gilder's anmd P~elhami's D)rug S'toires.
Itegular soz 50 eta., andi( $1 00. Guar
anteedl to cure or p)rice refunded.
If you want ia good (dinner go t,o l'roc
tor' Todd's and got, a mess of fresh
Saur KCraut,. 12t
A dia Te- hednate;
Tihe OcclIonl of the Fall Festival at
Chl04eston which begins on tho 24th
ilUst , and continues the entire week,
will be a huge affair and those who at
tend will have a grand time, as the
citizens of the old "pity by the sea'
have arranged continuo!" amusoments
during the whole week, suCh as qgrand
Amtriotie pkrado, naval- and military
display, firemon's parade and reel con
tests and Pain's Great, Fireworkg D)is
play of 'The iattile of Manila' and
"The Destr-ution or Cervora's Fleet".
And for this ocoasion the ever ready
and accommodating (old: reliablt)
Southern Railroad l1as arranred special
reduced rates oA one fare for the
round tip, begintnlnt the sale on the.
24th limited to h6 31st. But a still
further reduct,on is offert-d---on the
24th, 25th and 20t,h tickets will be on
sale for the roond tril) for $3.70 from
Newberry and .$3.50 from Prosperity,
limited to the 29th.
This road has also announced special
excursion rato for the State Fair, and
it will only cost you $1.60 for the round
trip to Columbia-Including one ad
toission to the Fair grounds.
The Southern is always kil)-to-date in
the matter of accommodations and its
pattons are always shown every cour
tesy and consideration. For any further
infNrnation consult Agent Jas. A. Bur
ton, who takes a pride in giving out
facts and inducements concerning his
More than twenty million free sam
ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
hiave been distributed by the manufac
turers. What better proof of their
conlidence in it's merits do you want?
It eures piles, burns, scalds, sores, in
the shortest space of time V. E. Pel
A. 0. Jones does not advortiso
auction goods or trash at any prico,
but he has $10,000 worth moro of
the most desirablo goods that tho
manufacturers can make, than he has
room for in store. f&ttf
New crop Turnip
Seed just received
and for sale cheap
at Robertson & Gil
der's Drug Stor.
The Best Place.
I t pa, s to trade at Pelhai 's
Drug Store, beoauso you can
buy at retail nearly at Whole
sal p )r ices. The inmn-y
Counts. btores mliay cOlie and
0g() but the Pellami's Pharma
cy rolls on and has rolled on
to thle peoples satisfactiotn for
25 years. Prices ie lowest
at P)E LLA M'.
The Newborry Clothing Co. are
having a closing out u-ale. They are
going out businoss January 1st and
want to turn their large stock into
cash. (1w t&f
The elect,ion for ollicers of He.lena
to fill out the uncxpired terms of two
aldermen and Mlayor were held at
Helena Tuesday. Mr. Trby D). Shockley
was elected Mlayor to till out, t1,h uncx
pi red term of Mlr. Please. Mr . .J. ZA.
Salter was elected fromi Ward 3 to till
Out the uneOxpired term of Mr . W ilburI,
andl Mr. .J. J1. Watts was elet,ed fromt
Ward 41 to liii out the unex i>ired term
of Mr. Shuockley. A r. (Cole T. Blease
was elect,ed at,tor'ney for the town. The
other aldermen are NIr. I . E. Julien
from Ward I, and M r'. J. P. Glenn from
On Easy Terms.
Why not own your
own horne when you
can buy one as easily
as you pay rent?
For particulars apply
to M. L. Spear man.
Z. F. Wright.
Pleasant~ to Take !
Quick to Act !
Cheap to Buy!I
It gives you an ap)petite,
streungthens you, anid regulates
your Iilo. Onl1y 35c. pe
jpttle. Manufactured and for
sal-5 at Robe)rtsoni &. Gilder's
FR H. DOMINICK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBER RY, S. C..
Ollice Ont Law Ranige over 0. Meli
Holmos' Cotton Of1imo
M10etlig of Nt wimo. ry Vonference.
Newberry Conference will convene
at 10.30 a. .m., October, 28, 1898, in
Macedonia church, LIev. ti. P. Counts,
Sermons: Oponing sermon by Rev.
J. J. Long, altolnate Rev. J. A. S91gh.
Sattrday'l 8ermoii by Rev. S. T. 1la1
man, D. D., alternate Rev. 11. 1'.
Counts. Lord's Day sermon by Rev.
Z. W. Bedenbaugh, alternate Rev. J.
13. Fox, Ph.D.
Questions for discussion: 1. The
proper observance of the Sabbath, by
lIev. Geo. S. Bearden and Mr. A. 11.
Kohn. 2 What need Is there in em-t
phasizing the second cominmtindinent,
by Mr. A. .1-. P. Bedenbanghi aind Rev.
.J. A. Sligh. 3. What. is meant by
true body and blood in Art. 10, Aug
Conf., by PIresident Cromer anItid Rev.
S. T. lallinan, 1). 1). 4. 'Phe neces
sity and obligation of confessions of
faith, by liev. A. J 11wers and Mr.
11. 11l. 14olk1.
Essay: The Lutherant View of Di
Vine Worship, by Rev. J. H. I"OX, 1h1.
1). We trust, that ther ? inay be a full
meet,ing at ,is convention of confer
IR. M. MONTs, See'y.
RF:v. J1. D). 1howI,i*, Pres.
To raise supplies for
Town purposes for
the fiscal year ending
December 31st, 1898.
] iT ORDAINED BY T H E
. Mayor and Aldermen of the Town
of Newbel-ry, S. C., in Council as
semlbled, and by the aut,bo.-ity of th
SAC'roN 1. That a tax of Sixty cents
,)n each o0 hun1dred dollars worth of
real ant -er-solt propert.y, (except the
propertvY of chulhelles and institutions
of learo;ng), is haeleby levied and shall
be paid ino the tieasiry of said Town.
Sio. 2. TI I, the taxes herelin levied
shall he aid to the Clerk and Tretts
urer of sait Town, in lawful nioney of
the United States, from 15th day of
Octuber to the ;uth day of November.
Levy for General l'rposes .....6 mills
01era Ho se Bonds........... ..... I mills
Wiaterworks and Electrie Lts...24 mills
Total levy..........................9j m ills
Done and ratilled under the corporate
seal of said Town this. the 2nd
[sEAt] killy of September, 1898.
H. H-. EVANS,
C A. HOWMAN, C. & T. T. C. N.
GOOD FARMING LANDS FOR SALE
ACRES IN NO. 6 TOWN
1- ship wit,h good buildings.
361 atres in No. 7 Township with
For paiti,i eulars apply to
tf E. M. EVANS.
N OTICE IS HER E B Y GIVEN
that the Books of Registration for
the Town of Newberry, S. C., are now
open, and the undersitined its SuperCi
visor of Registration for said1 town.
wvill keep said hooks opun every (liy,
(Sundays except,ed), from 9) a im., until
3 p mn., unt,il and including the 1st, day
of December, 1898.
C. A. BOW MA N,
Su pervisor of Reg istration.
Septemnber ist, 1898.
WE W1LL~ EL'iL ON W EDNlES
Ydu,y. 19th of Octobe,. at, 11 L. n. m
at, the residence of D). C. Li vingstone,
at, Dead F'allI, the following personal
p)ropaerty of the late ,J . MIp.liingst.on:
One mil1k cowV and yeuar i ng. lot of
she,one horse, buggy andl t,wo hoa :e
wagon Shop tools, lot, wheja+ andl oats.
fami ng implements and houbThold and
P I. S.LVINST ,
D). G;. LIVINGSTON,
It is a
When Candy lov
ers. get their
that the verdict
is going to be in
They are .famous
wherever there ex
ists an appetite for
pure, delicious can
Is porinet, in fhavor and quality, de
licious anId haealthflan. Made in
staLnt.ly with boiling wat,cr.
FOlR SALIE AT THE-LF
J. K. GILDER
J,..r.. for *'ecosa,<t week'l.
The jtiors for tb Recond week of
court, which colivenes on the 31t were
drawn on Wediesday ninoling an,I are
J. lien Cook, C. It. Iargle, IT. C
ltirdill, A 11. ohlm, Geo. G. Cook.
T. It. Sanders, T. It. Ilawkinls. 1). 11.
Widsworth, J. Ci. Cook, N. Y. D)vn
uu1s, ). 1. Aletts, J. S. bleCtarley. L.
A. Long, Wtater P. Aletwine, 1. Z.
Abrmas, P. Clark Suith, L. 11. Den
nis, W. P. ludenbauli, .1no. I. AteiI
sol, .1. NI. Werts, .1. 1). Hoozer, W. F.
Hullf, 1). NI. Latigford, Thos. L. Iar
Ilon, 1'. L. IlendIix, J. II. llpp. Pracnk
Shealy, Jas. 13. ('lary, A II. Iliawkins,
L. 1). Shealy, J. M. Kelly, J 14. Dennis,
Tobe Cr-oueh, '. I,. Sense, ). h . Ster'
ling, Ligon Dobbins.
You invit3 diSIappin)l1tineut, WlhII yoU
experiment )exVitt's LAtt.le IIarly
lIisers are pleasant., easy, thoroughil
little pills. They Cliue constipation Ind
sick heaCdaIche just, aS sure as yol take
them. W I", Pelham.
ANNOUNCE MYSIAh .CANDI
dat- fo layotr-subject, to Demo
E' C JONES.
III-AIEBY ANNOUNCE NJYSlI,Ii
as It Candidate for .\layer andi pledg
myI.self to Li(le e re Silt. Of the D)emo
cratic priat., 3'.
W. ). GOOD)MAN.
~ HEAI'IlY ANNOUNCE MVSI-hI,
a ndidatte for ayor and pledge
myself to abide the result, of the D1emo
cratic prim.ry. ,
Itil()S. E. EPITING.
W MC UIPAIiE1Y TAKE? G I INAT
pleuasuro in Iann1lonilivilng Dr. 0. 1".
Ma11yer its a sit siltablo cadidiat. inl the
Com1inlg toWI election, nowin l that, he
will give unliversail sat.isfact-ion.
J NO. W. EIATARY' IS l.lEIA3Y
announced s11 a cattId idatt for Alder
1lan fron WartI 1. anitd is plett!ed to
abide the result of 010 thaprotChiig
town priutary cleetion.
CABANISI3 IS HKAIti-l' AN
-1 noun11edsat anIttlditte for A Ider
man from War'd 2- -stilbjet. to ti-e I)imo
criatic prituanry elect-ionl. CIrI ZI:NS.
LAMllct v. .1ONl'S IS Ill-'.,H
by nominated for Aldernan fromll
Ward 2, subject to t he Demovrat- it- pri
mary. C ITI ZINs.
W A. YOUNG IS H,1tIIY
* aoun110 ed Its at citldidate for
Alderman from \vard -1, s-.bjj,ect to tie
Democratic Primary. C iiIz E NS.
JNO IN. TAYLOL IS TIEIIIy
anouc11011ed as at tldidalIt fOr Al
dea'nan from WVared 5 and pleadged to
abiade the re*sulIt of the Democaratic pri
W E A H , AUIlIOltIZlED TO( A N
notnc T1C '1 . I1ndson as a earndI
date for A Idermaan fr'oma WVard 5- stub
jeet to the IDemaocraic pari mary rIee.
Anly one 811 suleig wVi th had
eyesight shouh c( (omeI anal(
have them exarIin( 111' .t.weeni
the hours of 10( and( 1230'clock
T my stock of' Watchdes,
(locks, .Jeweb-y an<l( ~Silve~r-.
ware, I have :ahded a niice
linie t f' litationermy, antd will he
andi' the publlie at large.
Watch, Clock and
Jewelry repairing a
Jeweler and Optician.
BY VIlITUIC O1F T'll KPOWiX it
. '(vstedI in us bty the will ouf Siarah
Werts, deceasted, we will seil att pub'ie
Ointery, at Newherr~'iy ( 'ou rt ilonse. S.
1)n t.h ir Pa'st,N lotmhty inL Novt'mbear', I1808,
in Lbhree stub-d Iv ideri tract,s, all the r'ol
estato of .-aid d et'atsed , situlated itn
Newberary ('o'91n ly, in said State, to wit.:
Ther Ilomte Tru'tatt, conIItaining, (he
Hund1(1red atn'd I"orty - iight. ( I-I8 8!55 anid
ECight I undred andr Ninert.l"ive' 'lTou
sand ih Aeires, miore to' Iless, baonad ed lby
lands of Luct' ida P ills, l"r,-der-iekI I.og !
I'. S. Ste vens1, .1 ott ii Wtoison ami
T1rat.t No. 2, conaatiniung Seventy-lonr
tad Tlwent,y- Nine Hn t lundet.hts (7 1 2(n)
A er'es, more or less, bon ded by ladits
raf the saId HIome(ste'ad, .1 ohn I~o oison
ID. II. WentsI ad taothervs.
Tract No. 3, contlaining One lInen
:Ired and F'ift,.een andit Sixty.I"jve 1111(.
I redthbs (115. (5) Aen'es, mnore tor (es,
bonaded lay liatds of .1ohtilt obuin son.
Johmn I .ong, I). Ii Wents anad saidt 'ITratt
T'i',:Ms or N Sa: One- thir I o'I(f ithe
iur'chaHe4t tinofle to lbe laitI In catsh, th
aalatnce, on a craedit, of one anad two
y'ears, (n egntal an nual insta lubnents,
wit,hi intLer'est fromr dlay tof 81ale, to bst
tecured by baonds of t he parachasers antI
ior'tgagets of the t racets sold r'espect ive'
.y, withi leatve tto the purtchatser to piay
~he cred it portion In caash In w hole or
nl par't. IPlats of thte abotve traets w Yill
e exhiited day~ of sale.
I A VID) I. WVKitTlS,
.1 A COlI L. WIitT'l,
Causes fully half the s1ckiess in the world. It
retains the digested food too long in the bowels
atnd produces blltouisness, torpid liver, Indl.
ges-tionl, bad l aske, coatedl
tongue, siek leaat o in
6onu1a, etc. flood's P'ills
cure constipatioti %lst ; 11 its
results, ensty a nhorughily. 15e. All iruggists.
'repared 1.) C. 1. I lomd & CO.. L.owell, Mass.
The only 1'ills to takc with lld'.i sarsaparilla.
A Grout lit(] Importanlt oppor-.
iity i4 biuiro yoo. Our oi.
Ilifi'k;lt 861ck 1'fr
FALL and WINTER CLOTHING
is thII,lhrges,t flntl Ilost compluto
thal. Wo havo ovoer placod bforl
tiho poopl hIIoI wai t,t (t 8a1O
Money on Clothing
I Ilichlsts. B lit he r is onlo
thing inl %%hlichl it, is biloid of Iiny
Not w 1 haVi k-V r luinll,o iii t.h'
Clothing Line aild this 0.il
itmll is tho
Exlicly Low Priccs
ukod for the(.st% s1lonfdid go 1Si.
W lro olflriig it bost Vali.S
in Clotling it thl, lowest living"
price.s. Our sto'k mbs al(
gradt's of Clothing, Iml vhichNi we
aro croating bargnins daily. Wo
11avo got. ti h St il'--ood rI till',
too -and we ar htonbund to sell it..
C001C to Us For Clolhiuli| Opportulljos!
Clot hinl- ()I)Ior.L,IiivS for ,\il!
(' lothing O) pportilluit,ies for Boys.
Wo 11t k. oppor-tuitiesiitn (thn
to suit, ever-yho(lyin.rs d n Cl .h
r'1 hing ha~~ 141s a lit net s fi nd hty1
of eltrn t,cl. aIhout. it. wl i l makes it,
t.eInost. de,sivable to be fouind ay
wher. \V2 will sav(t vonl monety ()n
CONTRACTS TO LET.
.. Dk)itriet, No. 21 will leit at . 'i
t,ral AcndvimY01 onn'xt. Saturdhay, 1:5th.
at.2 o'clock for ihle piurp11s(. of 1,ltin
to1 t he lowest. hidder~, some14 r'emodelin to' A
oe oo ol le atboven1411le1v: mld alo
illthosame 4i4mio 1'l tiey will let11 to tho
le t , hidd r the h11iiil2' of 1 lit-gr-41
st-hool holnso in) ..aid district. splovili
enitionls will be' given at tIn I , i o
letLting. .. 1) S11ll1:I',
W. 8 N-'Irl'.
A. L. All,1,
Oct. I), 1898.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOLKHOLD)ETS.
rIN1, A4NNUAi 1 , N.\ ETI NNT1 N(' (4 )
tiht! stockhioldorS of TheIl umbIIlinI,
Nowhora n d ulI ,:I,n .ens I,;ib.om:L( o
pnny w..ill lbe hel in the ' eidn
ollio,. on Oct'.uiher' 18ch. at. 12 4'lok
Come in and see our
Also H ats trim med to
suit you. Our
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We are headquarters
for this class of Good
Shoes. We have a
splendid line of the
Lily Brackett Shoes
in all the latest
shades, styles and
shapes in tan, also in
Our stock is mUch
larger, more desir
able and varied than
ever, and you cannot
afford to go else
Lily Brackett's line
of Shoes has proven
to give general satis
faction, and quality
and style has b-en
Wear them and you
will buy no other.
A rrivinrg dil~. O ur stock of
D ress ( ro.ods anTrim iiig isi
nowl (clromltt. Inl our
You will lind. overy thing up-to.
tLE'. In~ ri
Y(ou wil fin Od 'II Ivr thing ait t he
ttowet ri Ocd thaOt the can be! ht
WeI.~ hu a11 nicelin of c'heap
Shoes~t~ at. pricts Ighat dlefv com1
lI verybody(1 to catll andg~ look~ aIt
guarnEE CLI pltlEit a t trei to .a.
SYST' EM t he'r)efor w~e can giv
Ytours~ to phl'ase~t,
Davenport & Renwick
THE LIE LA W MUSrT COi
LG'v PUICY r0l'iON WILL FOLLOW!
Sl'l'N1) \fl k ('.\sl AT'
SM ITH'S STOR E
Youii w'il l C )>nr lirnirgl (-e 11C (
Ct Dollarii. I srL i t g MICver C )lo t ro
(tlCgrE girl t i y' Ine on 'g i l ct ; rIIri crgtau in
Ael'. A\. Sithli will bre ghIil to sEE
hetE ,Erg , frrls aii r liuniiob il
l.I, I'- M(NS AlIU-: lil.:u;igy
git any mannCue r on , ur ihul . All Viothru
tErs~ wifl be Itrowerttil Co the furll ex
If. TI. l' llM (
ta.f lf (:. V. S1>A i \IA N.
fl0 YOU LIK8 G000 C0FFB?
If so,) buy' thoe ' "flloo jitibbon"
bran~gd. TbI; is anl E'xcellort brand
of MIoiica ndJa, andit wCill goI I tw'iceQ
asN far asN cheap) (o110o.
If you will onuly t ry thisa brand you
wvill epiit iICiig clioap aridthpoor coffee.
Ini it, you will findt broth <uinality and(
'conlomry. Soldi by
S. B. JONES., Soln Agn.