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In order to raise the
money we need to buy
new goods, we will sell
our entire stock of
to the highest bidder
during the next ten
At 7 O'clock,
[RAIN OR SHINE.]
Positively there will
be no by-bidding.
,Fverything you buy
at a sacrifice musjt act
as an advertisement for
the next sale. Every
as we represent it.
We have no shoddy
DANIELS & CO.,
la Nowbery Gloilil, Co.'s Stlre,
Corrected by J. W. Gary & Co.
M iddling ................................ 42c.
uincklen'" Arnica Salve.
The best Salve In the world for Cats
Bruises, Bores Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Clilblatius, Corns, and all Skin Elup
timns, and poLitively cures Pil:s, or Yo
,Iy re(ured. It is guaranteed to give
perfoot 4alisfaction or money r funded.
ride 25 cents per box. For sale by
.Robertwon & Gilder and W. E. Pelham.
S -Nol tee.
There will be a convention of the
Democ-atic voters of the town of He)
ena, S. C:, at 8 o'clock, p. m., on Tues
day.night, December 5th, 1&9', in Sum
er's Ball for the purpose of nominat
ing c.ndidates for Mayor and Al.der
men for the no):t year.
luY D. SoOCKLEY, Chn'man.
More than twenty million free sam
ples of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve
havel been distributed by the manufac
turers. What better proo (of their
confidence in it's merits do Sou want?
It cures p)i10s, burns, scalds, sores, in
the shortest space of t,ime. W. E. Pei
To -jlpone Subseribers.
Please add the following new Phones
to your list.:
Daniel, J. W. (IResidence) 121
Salter, J. Z. (Gallery) 126
2t L. W. Floyd.
Th,e P'aoo leeotat.
The Piano Reeital by the music pu
pils of M iss De'le Laud at the onera
house last F'lday niight was a most de
lighitial entert,ain ment and was attend
ed by a huL"e aud'ecoco of the music
lovers of our c.ity. The yvoung ladies
a'l acqitLed themselves adnrfrably and
the diffcult selectio.ms so perfect,)y ren
dered showed thoroagh t af oing and
reflected much eredit on the insteactor.
The tab' eau.c wer.e beautiul and st,rik
ing, and those who were present regret
ted when the cm Lain was rang down
on the last nrmber on the program.
DeWitt's Witch H azel Salve has the
largest sale of any salve in the world.
This fact, and its merit has led dishon
eople to attempt to counterfeit it.
ut for the man who attempts to
uwhen you call for DeWitt's
alve the great 1)1l0 cure.
rella buy It at
coughs. W. FE
to buy a good Milk and Butter
A. C. Jones. t&ftt
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Kentucky hogs are now on the mark
et at 41 cents per pound.
The first primary election for Mayo
and Aldermen will be held on Frida;
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. McLennu, o
Johnston, are visiting their daughte
Mrs. G. A. Wright.
The time for paying town taxes ex
piros tomorrow, Wednesday, 30th. Th
time has not been extended.
We have been reminded very forct
bly for the past few days tiat, wintei
was right upon us. Ice hag been plon
Sergt. W. E. Blats, of Newberry, hat
accepted a position as traveling sales
man (or the Murray Drug Com
pany.-The State, 28th.
The registration books for the town
election wtli remain open until and in
oluding Thursday of this week. A cer
tiflcatc will be required to %ote in the
James A. .Mimnaugh, a prominent
dry goods merchant of Newberry, Is
here on busiess. Mr. Mimnaugh is
well known in Greenville, having been
in bustuess here with his brother,
Frank Mimnaugh.-Greenville News.
R. H1. Welch, Esq., one of Newber
ry's most brilliant lawyers, was in Sa
luda Tuesday on bis way to Edgellold
to represent the plaintiff in the appll
cation for a receivership for the goods
at the Blue Front.-Saluda Advocate,
Canidatte for FridaV's Prinwry.
Tho following are the announced
candidates for M.yor and Aldernen to
be voted for In the coming election on
Friday of this week. At the hour for
us to go to press the time has not ex
pired for the candidates to sign their
pledge 'with the ebairman of the Ex
ecutive Committee, heice we do not
know whether or not ill will sign,
however, we give the names of all whc
bave been announced:
For Mayo.-Thos . 1-pting, W. D.
Goodman, E. C. Jones, and 0. B.
For Aldernan, Ward 1-Jno. W,
For Alderman, Ward 2-E1. Cabaniss,
L. *V. Jones, and J. J. Lane.
For Aldevtwan, Ward a--W. F. Ewart,
C. N. Summer amid R. C. Williams.
For Alderman, Ward 4--W. [H. Har
ris, J. 0. Mye,-s, .1. A. Senn, J. W.
White and W. A. Young.
For Alderman, Ward 5-T. S. Hud
son and Juo. M. Taylor.
For Conmissioner of Public Works.
-T. C. Pool.
The polls will open at 8 a. in., and
close at 4 1). n.
The rules of the primary require
that in order to participate in the elec
tion one must be a registered voter.
The following i. a list of letters re
nining in this post tifice for week
endiug Nnvember 26, 1898:
J. S. Boozer, Calet Bluford.
H. W. Davis, R. C. Demsey, Lewis
Mittie Gn.bam, (2), Florence Glad
James J. Johnsi'on, A nina Jones, L~
C. Jo,es, (2), Hattie Johnson, Laueit
WN. C. M.ile', Diii MeSween, WN. S.
C. L. Nuolen. Ilow-ard Neely.
Thtos. L. Se'tz!er, Miss Fannie san
Mary WViiimsi, 1. B. Wales, Sars
People calling for these letters will
pier'e say they we e ad(vertise.d.
WN. Y. Fa'a, l'ostauter.
Ne wberry, 8. (C. N ov. 29, 1898.
M A tI BI)C.
Mr. J. R. Ly les, of the city of Com
bia, and Miss Janie Davis, of New.
berry, the poipular daughter of Mr. J.
W. Davis were married in Columbir
during fair weekc. In the wrarriage o1
Miss Davis Newbcrr-y has lost a trul3
roble girl which Mr. Lyles and Colum,
bla should be proud t,o gain. *
A Oievr Tricle.
It cer tainly looks like it, but there hi
really no trick about it. Anybody cat
try it who hias Lamie Back and Wenia
Kidneys, M'daria or nervous troubles
We mean lie catn cure himself i'ighi
away by taking Electrie Bitters. Thu
medieine tonies up the whole system
acts as a stimulant to the Liver ant
Kidneuys, is a ir,tiod purifier anid nervi
tonic. It cures Co,nst ipatlon, Hleadatchte
Faioting Spell, Mleeplessness and Mel
ancholy. it Is pu rely vegetabtle, ai ik
lax-itive, iandi restores the system to iti
natural vigor. Try Electric Bitters ant
be convinced that they are a miracli
_worker. Every btltic guaran teed
Or'iy 50o. a bottle at Robertson & Gil1
er's and Pelhiam's Drug Store.
is the Season
all kinds fol
c. We have
want and we
tee them to be
. We also have or
nd the celebrate<
Call on us.
Robertson & Gilder,
On the corner.
r.A 1310 FIRK ATCHJ1AR-PICLLS.
Mr. A. S. Parke Loses lII@ harn and Stable
and Other Property by Fire.
Mr. A. S. Parks lost his barn and
stables; also, two cribs, one cotton
f house and buggy shed, one fine mule,
600 bushels of corn, three bales of cot
ton and eight or ten thousand pounds
of fodder and hay by fire on Monday.
Lie had only $100 of Insurance on barn.
It is a heavy loss. Mr. Parks has
been in bad health for some tin
and at the time of the fire
was hardly able to get out of
the house. H1is wife discovered
the fire Monday morning about 4
o'clock. She was up giing him his
medicine when she saw the fire come
through the top of t.he barn. This is a
heavy loss. Mr. Parks is a man who
attends to his own business-and he did
not know that he had an enemy in the
world. This is the firsk fire of the kind
that the writer ever knew in this sec
tion, and we hope we will never see
another one. It, is suppoged to have
T HE RE EN VJ 1. L, TIA T N.
A S,aZement thut It Will 13e I'atn Cir:pt
While it has generally beci accepted
as a Nact that the e:;ra t"a1n from
Greenville would not be put on, the
Grcerwood Index indicates that it, has
information that .t w ill be between now
The paper savs:
' It is probable that the cTorts that
have been .nade by the people living
along the Columba and G -ccnv'e Ial
road to get the rtilro.id o'llcias to ptit
on an early train from Columbia to
GreenvOl.o will be succest til.
"Sine the iet'rg at C -cer wood sev
Oral weeks ago the peoil!e have not
been ile. Another mec,ing was held
in Columbia last, week and a confer
ence was had with the :-ailroad ot
"The railroad men seemed 'to be
afea- the train would not pity. They
say the morning train, which -at ).C
sent runs from Prosperity to Green
ville, does not pay below Greenwood.
'It was represented that the un-coun
try could be give i an early train with
out much additional coat. Tihe South
ern a)eeadv has an early train from Co
lumbia to Unlon. Spartanburg and
Aihville, which uses the Coluinba. and
Greenville t.racks as far as Als on. The
suggest'ou was made that his train
could bring a coach from G.-eaville to
Alston, while the tiain which now
starts from Prosperit." could be extend
ed so as to starl, fPo,n Alston, wnich is
only fifteen npiles fui'ther.
"While Ithe r-aitroad oiciali have
no" definitely promised to make the
improvements requested. it is confi
dently believed that, they wilt do so.
Tle change s looked fo- between now
"The new schcdule w!Ill be a great
convenience to the traveling p-blic
and a source of increased revenue for
Railroad ofials here cla'm to know
nothing about the ingo"at'on of su,ch
a train at that time or' any other. In
fact the" discountenance the Idea al'o
gether. The quest'on was referr-ed to
the ramIroad oticlais at Wash ington,
but so par' es can be lea.'ned no orders
h'ave been issued in refreence to it.
Columb'a Recoi'd, 25th.
MI Unlone Gilven Away.
[t Is certainly gral ifying to the pubs
lie to k now of one0 conrer'n in the land
w ho are't not a fI'raid to be generous to t he
needy aind su flerinhg. Th'le pr'oprie trs
of D)r. K(ing.s New DI)scovery ror C.'n
somnipltin, Coughs and Colds, have
giveni aiway over ten n' IIlion t rial hot
tie's of this great mtedici ne; and have
the sat isfaction of knowing it has ath
so)lute?ly ('tred thoosandes oif hopeht as
cases. Asthma, Bro'nchitis, Hoarse
ness andl all disePtases oft thle T1hroat,
Chest and( I ungs are surely cured by
it. Call on Rtwbrtson & Gilder and W.
E. Pelham, D)ruagist, and get a tril
bottle free. I.-'gular size 50l0. and $1.
Ev'ery bottle guaranteed, or p)rice re
Notice of Primasry ElectIon.
Notice is hereby given that a pr-i
rmary election to nominate candidat.es
for t,he omces of Mayor and five Alder
men, a Commissioner of Public Works
and a member of the Boar-d of Health
for' the 2nd Distirict, for the town of
Newberry, will be held by the Demo
cratic p)arty of the said town, on Fri
(lay, the 2nd (lay of December-, 1898, a
the Council Chamber of said town,
fn'om 8 o'clock a. in. till 4 o'coce p. in.,
to be conducted according to the rules
adopted at thme meet,ing of citizens on
the 22nd day of November, 1898, and
by the following managers to wit: D).
W. T1. Kiblor, S. S. Langford and J. W.
In case no candliate for the ofleo of
Mayor shall receive a majority of votes
cast for that office, or In case no candli
date for the o;llec of Aldc"man or Comn
missioner of Public Wor-ks or member
of the B3oard of Hecalthm for the 2nd D)is
tilt, at such election, shall receive a
majority of thme votes for that otilce, a
second primary election shall be held
to nominate foir such oflices onTus
day, 6th December, under t,he conduct
Sof the said managers.
Charma ofExecutive Committee.
Wh,at It, Was, Onitld.
Fort Lawn, S C., NovL 23, 1898.--J.
IW. Hlndman of this place says he wa,
alilited with a sore on One of his limbi
which was said to be a severe case oi
eczema. A fr'iend urged him to take
Hood's $arsaparilla andl he got a hot.
tie. After taking it ho wvas better, and
wheni he had taken six I ittles he wa.
sound and well. H-1c says Hood's Sa'
sapar'illa is the best blood pumriflee ir
the world, and many others say the sam<
With such conditions con
tained until times improve.
5o Calico at 3o. 61c Perof
6jo Bleaching, 4. 75c Blani
$3.50 Wool Blankets, $2.75. 75c Novel
38 Wool Reetucky Jeans, 24o. be Outing
I 5c Worsted at 9c. 20c Worsl
00 pcs. of Silks, Plushes and Velvets at l0s8 ti
We Have [IoaGM T1
And they must be sacrificed as we are
9O13 I 3 o
$1.25 Men's Sunday Shoes, $1.00. $1.50 Mv
$2.00 Men's ?unday Shoes, $1.45. $350 M(
$2.00 Ladies' fine dress Shoes, $1.25. $1 50 La
Children's, Boys' and Misses' Shoes, all
We have a big liae of Hats, Caps, Trun
We are th
Whore all customers are treated aliko, and
any fault can be found or prices equallod by an
with before we opened-look around amoung y<
not in it when compared with the matchless pri<
The vast and increasing busin(s ntorprisei
sci ve of thousands of experts which must co
the miklis of the young people. They always
and consequently live in luxury and affluouce.
come from t bat class of the young p,plo who
liferary education. The aim of the
is to prepare young ladies end gentemen for
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Connoici
Arithmetic and all Commer
that apply directly to the business affiirs of 1i
No o1(1 time copying methods are recognized ii
and Shorthand courses are the most modern
best bvviacss men. They secure and0hold
start to finish. Our graduates are fully (luali
position and are supplied with places whenei
specialty in securing our graduates good posi.t
done in this matter. The College has no vaca
any time. Board very cheap. If you are in
Shorthand education, send for our f,ce cataloi
W. H. NEWBERRY, M. A., Pres., -
Not a Camthilate.
Editor E. HT. Auul, of Newberry,
passed through the city this afternoon An d r
en route to Savannah, where he goes What
in the interest of the Lutheran PubIli- has ~
cation [louse at Newberry, of which he
is superintendent,. MTr. Aulil has been yOU I
ment,ioned as one of the candidates for settlje
clerk of the House or Representat,ives.
In conversat,ion wit,h mso ho said: Rye
"1 have never announced myself as a
candidato for the p)osition. I was firstBa
ment,ioned by you In your Colunia Red
corresp)ondence as one of the p)rohbbl- Luc
ities. After that announcement wias
made a number of newspapers of thme and
State gave It their endorsement.. andI 1 gree I
also received quite a unumber of letters
from Individuals and friends ini dif- for sa
ferent partLs of the State asking me to Rober
make the race, and otfering to give me
whatever service they couild ini case I
decided to become a candidat.e. I have Js
answerecd these letters thanking thema
for their kindly interest in my behalf. New
I am deeply gr:ateful to these friends N
and cspecially to my newvspaper~
brethren for the kind words tbey said
of me In this connect,ion, and trust that
I deservu them. I am not a candidate
for the posltion and1( do not now intend
t.o he one. I have not bes5i itt,ion ini 91ay
ing that, It, is a position that I would
he very glad to have andi I do not feel
that I would be considered egot,istic if Ex tr
I were to say that I think I could fill 5j lbs Fri
It with satisfaction to the members of Cranbrr
the Legislature. I realize, however, Gliv
that in this day of practical politics
one has to possess some of the qualit,ies
q,f the p)oliticiani to obtatin even a cler
cal posit,ion, I imagine, and I am not a Pr'omn b
politician Sn any sense. As you were18,Wi
the fiest to mention my name in con- vylle and
section with this posit,ion I would be points, w
glad If you would make t,his statement, via Souit,l
for me. I have not, asked any member t
of the Legislature to vote for me, nor Quick
have I canvassed t,he field to see wheth- vice via
er I could be0 elected."-Columnbia cor. Agent of
News and Courier. omto
Plenty of Men's, WVomen's. Misses'
and Chidren's Rubber Overshoes at Elit
A. C. Jones'. t.&t,f
Men's, Women's and 13oys' Mack In- For ter
tosh Overcoats at, A. OI. Jones'. t&ft.f ,'81)8
Programme for Toi'zolhers' Ann'ocsatIonI, 12 "
I)ecem,ber 10ti. Trp e
Arithmetic-W. HI. Wallace. soon fadc
Primary Reading-Miss Lucy Riser, graphdi On
Miss Olive Hlicks. qir(
ngihGram mar-Pro~f. E. Bl. Setz~- Galler
Ior. f t
~gMeing from 11 o'clock to 1. Ao. lar
n. A. AIunaa Sec. Jon.'N
fronting us the idea of sel
Compare the following pri
do at 4c. 30 inch Smt I
tote, 45a. $1 3lailots,
ty Dress Goods, 39c. 20o Wool K
', 3Ne. 7o Outing, 4
;ed at I4e. 25c Worstod
kan half Now York cost. 700 ps. of Lico
an Tnree Times as
determined to sell thon, wo aro vory nine
eom 1 cL
m'1s Sunday Shoes, $1.20. $3.50 MIen's
,tn's hand sewed calf, $1.95. $5.00 Men's
dies' line dress Shoes, 95c. $10 00 Alen'
trades anid pricos.
D Children's Overcoats, 89c. $6 50 Yount
ks, Umbrellas and all goods to be found iv
e Only Strictly One Price I
we guarante our prices against any houso
y botm, in Nowborry. Wo imot expect
>ur old frionds and cousins, thon como and
rN N'S GA S
College ! EXECU
8 0 0 1.h14-.11udgl.
County, we w
1o lato re&Msid
oeased. ill 1d
3 of our country requiro the said doeensed
ustantly be roecruited fr<.m of two vnilies,
ofl ill (If 3 ll(tr,
receivo the largost salaries 11 " f1ho1-o
But these recruits must (red busll-s<(I
Or ts, plit, tv
ha1ve a good bu-sines.s an(d pleminilts, &e,
S COLLECE. t&
just such [ laces as theso.
RLI I MtW, (X01i111W0(01dI
I LN 'I'l I N '
cial Branllces 0 hol. 8r In
tiementill, oi th1
fv, are thoroughly taught. .Iln E. Sctt.
will llplfly to I
i our School. Our Business nl (1 ich.arg
aud are oudors, I by our State.
Lhe students iil rest from
ied for holding any business
,er desired. Wo nake a Stop Bu
ions and will not bo out Atnd pnying
Lions. Students can entor i t .I
Lorosted in a Business or on" Its un1"rit
Cost, as o oil
tuO, mentioning courso (10. ovelreharginlg
if you sel1 all
low cost, take
- COLUMBIA, S. C. i's t' i t
Ift you want
L EASE CA LL and1( aseragce
~ay Wm. Johnson Sui
you owe him. He
een looking for
:o come in and EXtCU'
t3t ()N MALI'
_________we will 1
3 D orroh , d
I ey, tract(s, e'ich h
(10dr \CIes, Il
C lover, SCe'3 03n 1he 3)
em ,stallmn t, s, 10
Wo9ods Ever- morttgage ofn
..awn Grass Seed
le cheap at O*~~.~9
-tson & Gilder's
Drug Store. FRED I
Wv Gitron I N W
New Raisins ! Olnico on La
New D)ates !1011
New Nuts! CA!
S pices ! I'
acets, &c ! Mansion H
iit Cake(, ini tii box, $1.35. 0o' U
'ies 10 Cents por~ <Iiart.
us a call,
S. II. JONES. NE B
lovembher' st niil A pril 3tI,,
ter' TIoutrisi, tickIet,s to prinell
O'Irn Resor)t5, 1includ(1inJI A she
HIot, Spr ing, N. C.. anid "lor'lida
Ill be on sale at, special rates /
lern ItalilIway. Tlckets allo0w
>) dlays stopl-(over. anid are good
until M ay 31i, 1899.\ ,.,~
5che0dules and excellent 503r
ouitherni IlallwaLy. Call on anly "
the Comp.aty for dletailed in
11as to scheCdules, rates, etc.
S. IH. HIAn(IwicK,
mi Pass. Agent, Atlanta, Ga L
;o Photo Studios'
days, commencing Decomber N H
Photographs for '0 tenits' ning ur t
" "' 75 '' teris, or
areC not trashy pIetures that the finest f
.A neat1, well-mted)t( Photo- hars, cuffs<
pretty miantillo cards, a niico b)0 launru(0r
o.bangeo with friends Pay ro- hiomo mo~Lh<
huen sittings areO madne. 4 de
y over Schoit,z.' Jewel-y Store. "tnhl
olot of flamilton, Brown &
w Shoes8 just received at A. C. IB
ling goods at a profit
ces with the prices asi
Man(, 30. Nowborry
(W. $2.50 W'o
ttucky Jeis, 13o. 2io5 Wool
o. .10 Enli
at I Sic.
in ovory concoivable color, Style, wid
[rfanu ogsI[ as V
h in nood of m1oney , 1id n0cossity C
Suits, s .5. - - - ..
Suits, $2 50. - - - - .
Suits, $,5.00 . . - .
$12.50 MIen's Suits. $6
Men's Overcoats, $2.95.
it first-claus storo much b,>w pri
-louse in Newberry.
North or South. (loods takon bi
to sell yOu good-; if w co1111110t. 1111
st1 us and you will readily soo I
Next Door to Pelim's
14', OP A N ()*l' OVEI 0'
of 'rohnte, of N wherry y
Il sell at. pubtlli o tery lit
IleV Of Sallie Werts. dt.
le por!mnal properly of
on 'rkhuy, :the o t ]-),,s (
vol8, co ist i nhlimstlY
Iwo hval (if vill '. I welve lIbillit
twel ve headl of sheep, onI
elk of vorn,1 hr. him- I losior
ot ton st'i. d ffblov whet, ;"
Vo wagolls. fariminl4 im-' G
Terms of SOl- enshl. Bo ys
l1. 11 WV '1 !'S '
.1. 11. W 's, Chik,
viltors of said dh't-nscd.
IRS41 DAY ()Ihi'" '
I will mik ailimtl setI
4 estates" of WVilliaml and
dvvo.as.d. aifivir whiolh I
he P'rohnUtt! '0m-4 for a
1 ats t;x4.Vuto- lif oech
.1 N(. \W . S<( I )'r,
EI-viutor. Comv tit
Hil l-u hefol.
Uing on Credit fim
other peoplo's dbsGo
'r14t 11111 buly fow vash ,
I tilld vvery3 art- iile - oldi U
Nothinlt- sold at or. buk)w
vall live 41. tht, withuit nAders or
o)u for somlinIill r 1h - l
thinu hungtr out It, or be
thL hait, and lt, th 11is Sil lt
i) not. walit, to get eilg It, T
hait, for slickers.
to buly Vod(S aL t snrall TO
1lth's Store. - '
(41 an1 loti
r DR'S SA LE.'se
DIAYN I N I'C ic N 1H i IOtt
all ILL Newherriy, S. C.. lt, t. - 1(1 . m
41mtninIing lI'wo( (:00) 1114n- No vemheII
1)r4 (41- i( ss4. 1 'hat s canI h 13 0 : liy
n' tl '. < al nn a i
he p4 ulchaserI. A ti ~I
,J D.F I' WTS. ,I. 1
sI)x c tors. j'Ai'i
198. t :n.
I. DOMINICK, "
INEY AT LAW, of admIli
~ER RY S. C. ae
wV Ullngo over O . McRi (rd &)I~(,
(o be1 beh
N & MAYES,2
(G1 NT FORI ) 'I'illC shoM
ouso Stoam Laundry, day3 Of N
.RRY, S. C.. AT T
N un r
I~ N unr
idry mhI-hods. W~e us;e Il and4(
aubric. Your' shirlsh, col.
>r' anyth1 ig snIt. heoro to
>de, and1( wo dot not. fery '- -
Syouri linen,Cor brea)IUk the~ ness Shi
3I, but.1 80end it home41 in it to O.
rs wantedU in (very town yurs o
cannot be enter
Mills Shirting, 21o.
A Blavlkts, $1.75.
Kontneky Jeans, 17c.
sli Oting, 7,.
th & qIility t 25c on tho$1.
ompo s us to soll.
$t.50 Men's Suits, $2.20.
- $7.50 Men's Suits, $3.75.
$12 Men's Suits, $5.85.
teck ail moy rofuinidod if
1rsell 1 ho liosmH you tradtd
hat yomr friends of o1d aro
3oods Coming Iq
ICV E liY
Is, Cunton lainels,
y, U <r ar
ion's Clot hing,
, Extra lants,
Arm. ald Cufl's
d1.w'! oul. Goods and Prices
o bu its we know We Can
y for you.
)line of Shes, for 0,h Iotey
tHiin, in Newber'. Don't,
(',bemI before buying.
I atid sce. 11S often.
Low I 1iaM\\ olibo fl'O o9 ----
ot - - Nowborry, S. (J.
OE OF ELECTION
N OF HELENA, S. C.
cc imbeir, I 18, an elec4tionl will
the( TPOWn (If Hielena11, S. ( .,
ndent, and four WVardens (If
. J. I). Shiockley, .J. II.
I .C. S. Whale' are0 appIonted
*is oft 34aid electilon. I 'oils
m,ed a. the' regulari1! voting
nt said day at, 8 a. Il. anld close
f lI egistrioEn will be0 openied
ist,rait ion of votIers at,~ t,hn
f D'ecember, 181)8, andO I . C.
jr., Is hlerebly appo)(itedc Su
'I eg Iistrat,ion fot said elec
Id by orpder'of Conne(i(i.
I. D. SHO(iKiY,.
1 ,1' N, ( 'lerk.
D)P S(O)UTIii CA ltOLINA,
TJY OF NEWABtitY.
(134ralion ofl(I the i'stato and
Loauiti ('re de, dIeeed.
re' terefore'o c Vi and1 ad(
I 11d singublir thle' kIndr'ed(
itoris (f th iI aidI ILuis
'I' Ine', iIn ihe ( 'nurt of l'robalte1,
I day~ ( (f I)ee iuhr ne(xI, after
mi hereof', nii ii I 'eIlock in thle
t,' show1~, en IIa., if anly they
iy thel sid Adiniistraitioni
II he gr'anted(.
IInnb-r' myI hand1( tis the( 21st
J1. P. N. C.
ally's Bon Bons,
, 00'. anid 81. 2) paickaIgos.
ally's (Glu000hdo) Mint,
In .0o. p)acka1ges.
ally's Almlolid Br'iWli, ific,
ally's Poallilt Btittle, 1Ob,
ally's 0l1O00Iato (ro31ni,10O0,
e3x presed to uts thte (day they
l.OW It A AIN MTIOI:ET.
WValton hats opened a Har
>p On Min Street, next door
lottnter's. WVill make new
anud rep)air old1. Twenty-fivo
perjince. Prices reasonable.
n your orders. Satisfat'ton