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Corrected every Tuesday and t'ridt
by Summer Bros.
M eat ..-................. ......... @ 6
Shoulders ......,................... 7
Hams ..................,.......,..... 12@14
Pest Lard ............... .......... ' 'J( 8
Best Molasses, new crop...... '60
Good Molasses .................... 25@50
Corn ...60.............................. 0
M eal .....................,........... 551
H ay...... ........,. .................. 751
W beatBran........................ $1.0
1st Patent Fiour .................. $4.71
2nd Best Flour.................... $A.21
Strait Flourl.--................... $4.0(
Good Ordinary Flour...........$firstname.lastname@example.org(
Sugar ......... ......... 5 6(
R ice-. ........ ....................... 6 t
Coffee.................... 1 l5c
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.lf
Bale Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c
Bu tter, per lb .................... 15 20c.
Eggs, per dozen .................. 121e.
Chickens, each.................... 1241(20c.
Peas, per bushel.................. 75c.
Corn, per bushel.................. 55c.
Oats, per busbel............. 35(40c.
Sweet potatoes ................... 40(a)50c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 6c 75c.
(Corrected Semi-Weekly by J. W. Gary & Co.
Good Middling................. 71
The modern and most effective cure
for constipation and all liver troubles
the famous little pills known as De
Witt's Little Early Risers. Robertson
The lioundary 8treet School.
The Boundary Street School will not
open until Thursday morning owing
to repairs being made on the heating
apparatus. The other schools opened
this morning according to previous an
Size doesn't indicate quality. Be
ware of counterfeit and woi thless salve
offered for DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
DeWitt's Is the only original. An in
fallible cure for piles and all skin dis
cases. Robertson & Gilder.
A dark red setter dog. No spots.
Three white feet and answers to "Zep.9'
Liberal reward if returned to W. B.
Aull. t it.
Four Itooms for Itent.
Over Counts & Dickee"t's storo.
2t. Mrs. R. L. Payeinger.
On a Pleasant Mission.
Mr. Jno. W. Kibler left yesterday for
Westminster, S. C., where he is to be
married this evening to Miss Fannie
.Sheldon. He was accompanied on his
happy mission by Messrs. Jno. Aldrich
:aud R. B. McCarty.
Mr. Kibler will arrive in Newberry
-with his bride on Wednesday after
G. H. Appleton, Justice of Peace,
'Clarksburg, N. J., says, "DeWitts Lit
:tlo early Risers are the best pills made
'for constipation. We use no others."
'Quickly cure all liver and bowel
,troubles. Robertson & Gilder.
1.eggings and Hunting Ca.:ts at
f&t3t. Win. Johnson's.
An Except ion to the Rlt.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want It.
STUA RT BRos.
E. HI. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
A Good Printer.
~Mr. P. L. R~ikard, wvho has been con
nected with the mechanical depart
ment of this omcco for Reveral years,
left a few days ago to accept a posit,ion
with the Bryan Printing Company, on
The State work. Mr. Rikard is an cx
Pert in the art typographical and will
succeed in whatever he undertakes.
Hie is swift, prompt, accurate and re
:Iiable. We wish him well.
-Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says,
"Kodol Dyspepsia Cure did me more
good than anything I ever 'took." It
'digests what you eat and cannot help
but cure dyspepsia and stomachl
troubles. Robertson & Gilder,
If you need any columns, balusters or
turned work get our prices before you.
buy. We will save you money. Satis
faction guaranteed. STUART BROs.
E. HI. LESLIE, Manager. L&f tf,
County AlHiance Meeting.
The Newberry County Alliance will1
meet In the court house at Newberry on
the first Friday In January, 1900, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon. All Alliances
will send delegates. The subject, to be
discussed is: Should fertilizers be used
.at present prices.
C' F. Boyd, Sec.
:BTATEC O io, CITY OF TOLEDo,
LUCAS (OUNTY ys
FKAIn J. CHENEY makes oath that hie Is the
iseNiot partner or the firm of F. J. Cnv.gsy &
*Co., doing busines in 'hie City or Toh'do.
.Cc .nty .and Stt aforesaid a nd t hat, said
11rmwdl pay the sutu of ONE HIUNDRJED
D~OLLA iRs for each and1 every case of Caiar'rh ~
thQtcannot bo cured by the use of I[Aij.'
FRANKC J. CHIENEY.
8 ora to before 100 an<(I au bscribed In my
presOnce, this thl (lay of December~ A. D.I880
EN A. W. GLEASON, *
____ Notary Public.
Hall's Oatarrh Cure is taken internally anid
acts' direct ly on the b'ood and mueons sur- I
faefs, of .he system. Send for teQnmontals,
feco. . CUENEY &CO., Toledo,O. '
hold by Drnggie, 76o,
Uail's Famil ysPilis are the best.
I& ORDER TO CLOSE OUT HER STOCK OF
BEFORE THE SEASON IS OVER,
MISS BSIE RISER I
will for the next 80 days, aell everything
IN H AT8, FEAT HERS, ETC., ~
at GRIDATLY RlEDUCED PRTCES
VARIOUS AND Af.. Al
, Writo it 1900.
Th is is saleday.
Resolve, if you resolve o re
Yesday was a holiday and illi
in the city.
o. The Boundary Street Schoolpen
3. Thursday morning.
' The County Allit%e: will n the
. court house on next Friday.
-" Mr. R. M. Werta, of Picke nty,
is visiting relatives in Now
-. Today being saleday we wi ive
' the sales until our issue on 1
. Yesterday w.-s one of the c ays
- of the winter-and the cold the
Mr. Jesse Coats went to bla
yesterday to join the typ ical
Mrs. Dr. Trible and dat left
yesterday to join the doctor new
home In North Carolina.
Water consumers shoul the
notice of Superintendent pub
lished in another column.
Mr. U. K. liats has gone olu'n
bia to "hold down cases" o State
work, as the printers term
Miss Nettle Matthews, o Ville,
S. C., and Miss Renna Pop Fort
smith, Ark., are visiting M hn W.
It seems to us that it wou some
of our monled men to erect small
cottages in the city to rent. es are
in demand now.
From a special elsewhere is pa
per-it will be seen that t e for
paying county and State ta sbeen
extend"d to February 1st.
The railroads have all d good
business this Christmas, a re has
been considerable complain a lack
of accommodations in the w gre.
The ladies of the Methodistdx Co i
are requested to meet at the r it in
this afternoon at 3 o'clock.. tance
portant business to be attendre
-' r,ivar i
After spending the holid i.,.
at home Messrs. Frank an cardy
Mower left yesterday to r e their
studies at Johns Hopkins versity,
If any one has in his ssion a
stray setter dog answering eserip
tion in the local ad elsewh he will
confer a favor by returnin to Mr.
W. B. Aull.'
We expect to see a no thodist
church built in Newberr s year.
We trust they will lay their dations
deep and broad and secure esponei
ble builder to do the work.
Dr. D. L. Boozer has mo4o New
berry and will hereafter ma is home
here. He has made a sue of den
tistry in Columbia and wil one to
make a success of the rolle ill busi
ness in Columbia.
Dr. Gilder showed us on turday a
few apples, second growth,;en from
a tree on Mr. Fred Kempsoplace in
Saluda. They were fine imens
fully developed and perfec
Messrs. Bertram and r'd have
arrived in the city and hay gun ar
rangmnents to give an in aine t
under the auspices of the ughters
of the Confedercy.
Miss Ittie Lyles, who has n spend
ing a few days in New bee'r eturned
to Columbia yesterday, accoNnied by
her sister-in-law, Mrs. J. R d Lyles
and little one, who will spe a while
A mong the students menti in the
January number of the Colu Busi
ness College Journal as deser g spe
cial memntlon, we find the na of R.
L. Crockrell and Thomas C h, of
Sunday evening late snow an to
fall and Monday morning th round
was nearly covered, but it had eared
off and the sun rose bright a clear
and in a few hours no trace of snow
The big minstrel troup that ap
pear here on the 17th inst., is t big
rest thing of its kind on throad.
RIesers. Voss & Scholtz had give
hem a guarantee to get them t some
aere and our people will no hlow
hem to lose by it.
Mr. Robert Hayne Tarrant, 0o ew
erry, has accepted a position w the
south Carolina Oil Company as oe
rrapher and typewriter. Mr. T -ant,
vithout any previous knowlet of
horthand whatever, perfected 1 self
ere in two and one-half months Ihis
a a fair example of what we are ing
a these departments.-Columbi usi
mess College :Journal.
I leave today for Philadlelphi In
my absence Mr. R.- J. Lindsay wi re
main at my store and will repr ent
ne. I have net accepted any ier
iade for my stock and fixture A
omplete inventory of the same ca be
een at the Ptore and if you desir to
urchase stock or rent the store ou
an leave any proposition you hav to
lake with him and he will comm al
ate with me. A. C. JONFE
Newherry, S. C., Jan. 1, 1900.
The Ili1te Photo. Studio is iw
making 6nice little minuette pb os
ir onl 25 cents' 6 nice little card p -
>a for 50cents; nice large photos r
5 cents. These are their holi y
rices and last only through Decemnb r.
all and have your picture made.
'posite R. C. Willilams'. fat4t.
If you need columns, balusters or any
irned work, get our prices before buy.
ig. We will save you money. Batis
tction guaranteed. STUA RT Bnos.
E . ,LERmaTE Manager. t&f tf
A NICGRO WOMAN SHOT.
A Young Whito Manu Naitr Chapp. ii
Mhoots ant Kllte a Negro Woanu With
On last Thursday evening, on tlh<
Lark place, near Chappells, a colored
woman by the name of Mamie Golden
was shot and killed with a shotgun
Maxey Day, white, son of Mr. B. 1,
Day.. The man and woman met in thi
road and had some words which led tr
,. the shooting. The only eye witne,
1o the difficulty that was found by t! t:
Coroner, was the woman's husband.
Coroner Lindsay and his constable,
.;. F. Baxter, went up Friday even
o and held an inquest and the ver
dict rendered by the jury was that the
woman came to her death by a gun
thot wound at the hands of Maxuy
HABEAS CORPUS PROCEElINGS.
Young Mr. Day came down to Nc
berry on Friday and employed counst i
and on Monday morning surrendered
to the Sheriff. Habeas corpus p 1
seedings were immediately taken o .t
be'ore Associate Justice Pope, which
which was hoard yesterday at onc
)'clock, and the defendant granted bail
In the sum of 01,000. At the request of
Solicitor Sease, F. H. Dominick, Esq,
appeared for the State, and C. L.
Clase, Esq., represented the defendant.
Mr. Day immediately gave the re
.uired bond and was released from the
ustody of the Sheriff.
So many people are exposed to rain,
,old and stortrs, that it is necessa
that they should have something
3ounteract the effects. A mixture of
easpoonful of Pain-Killer in water
3weetened, will stimulate the system
4nd ward off any possibility of cold. It
has been used for sixty years all over
the world, and millions testify to its
mterling worth. There is but one Pain
Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and
o a keng 2o. per pound for old rub
the A t,de d shoes.
bl ari H. S. Rtightiire,
ileauft At Newberry Laundry.
The Auitor'e Appotitments.
Auditor Cromer, or an authorized
igent, will start on his rounds of the
,ounty on the 16th of January, for the
purpose of taking returns of personal
property for the year 1900, and from
6he 1st to that time will be prepared to
ake your returns at his ofince in New
berry. The following are the appoint
At. Newberry, January 1st to 16th.
Utopia, " 17th.
Chappells, " 18th.
Longahore's store, " 19th.
Jalapa, "1 20th.
" Whitmires, " 23rd.
Maybinton, " 24th.
Glytiphville, " 25th.
Walton, " 26th.
Pomaria, " 27th.
Jolly Street, " 29th.
Slighs, " 30th.
O'Nealls, " 31st.
St. Lukes, February 1st.
" Prosperity, 2nd and 3rd,
and at Newberry until February 20th,
after which time the law recuires a
penalty of 60 per cent. to be added. All
nites and mortgages and moneys are
taxable, and persons bet,ween the agc:
sf 21 and 60 years are liable to poil tax
unless exempt by law. The awpro
r"des also for an income tax, on incomes
of $2,500 and upwards.
Mouldidge, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUART BROis.
E H. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
Fire at Solicitor Scane's House.
Last night there was a small fire al
the residence of Solicitor TI. S Sease on
South Church street. Mr. Se'ase and
family were p)reparing to retire and r
tpark poped from the fireplace ont'
the carpet, and spread immediately.
Solicitor Sease fought the fire man full3
without giving the alarm. Before thlu
flames were extinguished several chairn
and other articles of furniture wer<
bnrned.-Spartanburg Herald, Dec. 30.
Carrying the Maths.
LAKE, S. C., Dee. 22, 1899.--S. M,
Grier, who for the past year has bect
engaged in carrying the mall betweea
thbis place and Winnsboro, is a livin
illustration of the currative power o
Heed's Sarsaparilla. He had a sk~
disease and after a while scro,fu.1'
mores broke out. Hearing of a case u,
scrofular cures by Hood's he begai
taking it and the first few :doses did
him good. Hie is now a well man.
The Central Luther League
Will meet in Grace church, Prosperi.
ty, S. C., Saturday, Jan. 20, 1900..
Devotional exercises by vice presi
Topic-The local Luther Leagut
something of which to be proud-Prof
S. J. Derrick, A. G. Wise, Geo. F
Hunter, Julius Epting and Rev. Geo. S
Recitation-Miss Maggie Barre.
Essay-Miss Mary Swygert.
Topic-Luther League benefit to the
church. Prof. W. A. Counts, A. E. P
Bedenbaugh,' Messrs. P. D. Simpson, .1
J. Kibler and Rev. J. J. Long.
Essay-Miss Jessie Summer.
Recitation-Miss Gertrude Simpson
RI. C. Counts.
J. J. Long.
Visitor please copy.
Married, Dec. 26, 1899, at St. Luke
parsonage, Mr. Luke M. Nichols ati
Miss Ola Schum pert, by Rev. Geo. t
Dec. 31, 1899, 'y Rev. Gee. S. Bea,
den, Mr. Gary T. Hawkins and M:
Sula Taylor, in St. Lukes church.
=- a h KindoVIa MsaAwajo Dann
A lIold-Over of ill ise old oilleres for A
The city council held a special meet
ing on last Friday night for the pur
pose of electing sub-ordinate ofllcers M
for the city for next year. of
There were comparatively few appli- O
cations for the different positions and th
no changes were made. N
The following is a list of the positions or
and those who fill them: al
Clerk and Treasurer-Jno. C. Go,- to
Chief of I'olice-H1. C. Ilunter.
Street Ovorseor-W. T. Jackson. el'
P'olicemen- 3. G. Carter, 14 '. lirad- ri
ley, and II. H. Frankhn. ea
City Attorneys-Hunt & 11unt.
City Enginer-P. J. Voss. pc
Lamplighter and Janitor---Rial IBates. G
- .- -._ - St
A Uolorcd Ehildt found Dead. pi
At Prosperity on last Friday night a an
I"'e colored child, the 11-months old til
child of Mary Jackson, was found dead t
in bed by Its mother. Coroner Lind- th
say went down and after a thorough in- a
vostigation pronounced the death from a
natural causes. ci
A lg Miu trel Com ing. be
A big, bright, crisp, wholesome miin
strel show will be the attraction at the W
)pera House, Wednesday, January of
17th, one night only. The Wright's 13
Original Nashville Students combined
with Gideon's big ministrel carnival isti
pronounced by press and public the a
best of the kind In it4 line of entertain-A
moent. 45 talented entertainers are in
cluded in Its program, 2 big military
bands, a symphony orchestra, 10 un- e
equaled soloists, and the program em- N
bodies a string of otroug vaudeville
and minstrel acts of the mnost meritorious
kind, stamped with originality and
sure to please. A big pageantic street,
parade is among its out-door offerings m
and a big free concert at 7.15 in front
of opera house.
shot in the Leg. fr
Saturday afternoon about five o'clock I1e
Policeman Franklin had to shoot a ne- N
gro in order to arrest him. Three ne
groes were leaving town and one was
using very offensive language, which 01
was reported to Mr. Franklin, who
went in pursuit to make the arrest and
on arriving on the scene where the ne
groes were, near the residence of Mr. e
T. E. Espting, the one that he had to
shoot interferred and refused to allow
the policeman to arrest the one making
the disturbance. Mr. Franklin then
attempted to arrest the one who inter
ferred and they e maged in a scufle
the negro succeeded in getting Mir. to
F'ranklin's club id was In the act of ci
striking him when he shot the negro at
in the leg. While the policeman and
the negro were scuffling the other two G
made their escape. M
Dr. Ellisor is attending the negro
and he is getting along very well-not 29
being seriously hurt. to
Berlr-.n and Willard are flere. G
Messrs. Bertram and Willard who tb
are so well remembered th'rough the
several fine entertainme.t,s they have sa
favored Newberry with, are back for L
the purpose of getting up another.
This time It will be for the benefit of ~
the Daughters of the Confederacy, and yd
the play will lie a brand new one en
titled "An American Wife." Though c
but a short time comp)leted, the play ~
has been suflciently played to find that
it pleased the people of the towns in
which it has been presented just as
well as their other p)roductions, in fact
being of such a different nature, it has
In several instances pleased better.
The cast which has been selected with
great care embraces the same members
who have so successfully appeared in
all of Bertram and Willard's other
plays augmented by the addition of
some new clever ladies and gentlemen.
'ome twenty five or thirty p)eople are
to be seen, and the play contins a nuim
ber of very piretty stage pictures andS
some clever and startling scenic effects.
The date for the entertainment will be
Friday night January 1I. This will be
the farewell appearance of these gen
tlemen for a long period as they shortly
leave to fill dates in the North and si
A Now Year F
Is rapidly approaching, and again it N
Is my privilege and very great pleasure
to express to all omcers and employcs,
personal thanks, and acknowledgments
for the fai th ful, intelligent and efmcient
service rendered during the year about w
to close, services which have produced
results, making the year, ending Dc- .2
comber, 31st, 1899, the most successfuli
in the entire history of the Seaboard
The outlook is encouraging. The
"Seaboard" is unquestionably to become
in the very near ,futlure, a system of r
vast importance. Its mileage will be I
largely increased. The princi pal citiesn
of the South will be reached by it, and i
upon the basis of a shorter mileage e
than at present exists by other routes.
That our renewed efforts In behalf of
the greater interests to be served may a
prove even more successsul, if possible r
in the future, than in the p)ast, Is my C
most sincere wish. Let us strive for ~
Permit me again to express, (oni be- I
half of our President, as well as my
self,) the hope that the New Year may ~
-prove most prosperous to all, including(
"those dear to you, in tne myriad homes '
made glad by your smiles, and digni- ~
fled by your toil.
With every good wish,
E. ST. JOIIN,
Vine-Prensdont and ennnral Monr
To,talt I"e111,ee of It 8su,t In 1115y Ne wv - 1
eIy S101,tald IaV43 aSit O ,uVV..' y
Ma. ;1)I'ron: On the 28th day of
ay, 1900, there will be a total ecli)se
the sun. Th-is phonolena will not,
cur here again In eight een years, and
o center line of totality maly not cross
tlwberry county again In a generation
two. The strip of totality will be
out 55 ittle.s antd t.he center line of
tality is jtust below the corporate Im-11
of Ne wherry.
''he total eclipso begins on the I'a
lie Ocean just west of Mexico at sun- r
se, and will be visible at stations lo- r
ted within a narrow hand, about 55
les wide, that Ftretehes fron that
it eastward over Mexico and the
alf of Mexico and enters the United
ates near New Orleans, whence it
sses north-et tward toward Norfork
d Cape llenry and crosses the Atlan- r
(.Ocean, I'ortugal and Alzeries and -
rninates near the northern end of
e Red Sea at sun set. There will be C
great many visiting Astronotners, (i
d as Newberry is so near the center e
the line, would it not be well for the
thorities and business men of New- p
try to correspond with Prof. F'. II. p
gelaw and Prof. 1). 1'. Todd, of
ashington, D. C., and try to get 010
the observations located at Newber
I Suppose Prof. I:igelaw's last hulle
I can be secured by addressing him
Washington, ). C. G,eorgia and
abamna had the larger average of
-a- sky in the last th-re years and
>th Carolina next. Then the eclipse
tmes earlier in the first named states,
iich is in South Carolina's favor.
:wberry's railroads areconvenient to
ing In the heavy baggage and New
rry hotels could take care of the As
anomers. 1 am willing to do all in
y power to get the Astronomers in
rested InI Newberry. What do t,he
oil people of Newberry say about the
ttter. I kept, the state of the sky
mi the 15th of May to the 15th of 1
ne for three years, and as I think my C
port puts us on the iligible list I hope
swberry will try and get the Astron
iers to come to Newberry. I
What says The ferald and News, c
)server and Voice of the People.
I also wish to state that the forecast
rds will 1e issued again in a few days
d sent out as usual. The supply of
rds run out before a supply could be
rnisled. W. G. I'1TPrIiSON. -
Longshore, S. C., Dec. 28, 1819.
Itotms From St. Luken.
The writer had the pleasuro of at
nding the Christmas tree at Zion on J
llritmas day. Many nice presents 1
d glad hearts was the result. I
Married December 26, 189, by Rev.
S. Bearden, Mr. Luke Nichols to
iss lola Sehumnpert.
Mr. Aut.her Nichols leaves Friday -
th, for Macon, Ga.. where he will
ice a special course in book-keeping.
Mr. Bates Hawkins and Mr. Gary
bson, of Saluda, spent a few days In
is section recently.
Mr. S. C. Amlck has commenced
wing at the same old stand, St.
Mi-s. Roda Hawkins and Miss Bello
enter, of Prosper-Ity, came out on a
sIt Sunday to their mother's.
It has been repor-ted tbat Mr. WV. B
omcr from below P'rosper-ity will
oive in this setion soon1.
D)ec. 28, 1899). PLrow Boy.
Remaining in Postolliec at Newborry,
C., for week endilng D)ec. 25, 1899.
B-Junie Boozer, Jolen Blair.
C-DaIsy Cannon, J. T. Cullumn, An
e Cornwell, .Jolen Curren, B. B.
tse, Jas. Clar-k.
F'-W. EA. Folker.
H-Jas. D). Hunt, WV. G. Holloway
J-Fuller Jenkins, Graco Johnson,
isle Johnson, Eller Jeter, Fannie
K-J. B. Kinard.
M-Matt,ic McLar-kin, Jolancy Mc
[entany, H. W. McCracken, Ella Mar
all, Eleming Makrey, J. M. Mardis.
P--Abbio Pltts, Carrie Proctor.
Rl-Warren Rtussel, C. A. Rtuff, Mrs.
C. Robertson, Benson Re.nwieck,
S-E. L,. Shealy, Audrew Haws.
Paties calling for- the above letters
Ill please say they were advertised.
WM. Y. F'ArIt, Postmaster.
II. 1t. IH. FORL EtA) D 1500).
Bottle Sent, Fru,e.
B3ad Blood causes Blood and Skin
'iseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofui.
, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ec
an, Skini Scabs. Eruptions and Sorest
n Children, P heumatlsm, Catarrh,
tchting Humors, etc., a positive spo
tIe cure is found in B. B. B. (Botanic
ilood Balm,) tile most wondlerful blood
urifler of the ago. It has jtways
tured even the mlost deep seated, per
iatent cases, after doctors andI patent
iedicines had all failed. 13. B. B.
tires by driving out of tIhe blood the
olsons and humors whIch cause all
bleso troubles, and( a cure Is thus mnde
bat Is permanent. Contagious Blood
'olson, producing Eruptions, MHwollen
hlands, Ulcerated Throat and( Mouth,
ite., cured by B. B. B. At dIruggists,
1 peor large bottle; six large bottles
uI [treatment) $5. Write for- Frea
'rial Bottle, which Will be sent b)y rc
urn mail. Medical advice Fiiss. Ad
ress BLOOD BA LM Co., Atlanta, Ga.Iy
Dear.he YouHav Aia Bought
iliious and Internittcnt Fevers
vhich prevail in miaslatic (s
ricts are Invariably accompan -
_d by (lerangenlents of the
)tolach Liver and Bowels. 1
The Secret of Health.
he liver is the great "driving;
iheel'' in the m1echanism of 0
an, and whc ti it is out ofor(er, C
le whole sy Stemn becomeCs df.
nge(d and disease is the result. w
Futt's Liver Pills
Cure all Liver Troubles.
It Il A IN I I 1 11' All.l 'I'1N( O[ 6 i""I'.I
Stockholers of the National Bank
Newberry, S. ('., will he held at the
lcee or the I'reIident at. Newherry, S.
, at 11 o'clioCk a. im., 'T'uesdiay, the 9th
ty of .iau:ry, 19;.:), for the purposeof
ecting directors ad ii for t.he tran ae
onl of :ueh other bI)lsinless i al may come
fore the mneeting;. Stockholders will
Case attend or ha represeited by
'oxy. T. S. )ITNCAN,
('as Icei .
December 'Sth , 1891).
For Sale at
CAMERAS and P
IllI;1E OVI I )IIIE
2 Pictures in 12Seconds 1
'he largest assortment .
of Picture Framn es
AND in this old and reliable instit"ut oI
rge eatalogue. Grand winter ope1ing .1
AT .A N TA
A. C. lIIS.1 ", P'res.
To all who make their
veil selected stock of
pples, Oranges, Baui
In fact everything that
or young and old.
Fire Crackers a
We have no old stock i
all. Yours, &c.
UD THE LOVERS OF
Comlo andi neo our handrlotno dis..
\' iclh o oilor at prices to suit overy
Ino 's pockot. Don't bo afraid to
mo at d tlook, even if you (on't buy.
\'o co'.l'der it ia pleasuro to show
ur goods You won't know what
o hItaov uiiless yo,l comllo and look.
Vo also have on hand i very artistic
alendars for 1900.
Don't Forget the Place.
01iNI)I DIU _STORE.
La.S('Ilt'Mt'lIJITI. i. ('.1lLi1.01WAY.
otlumpert & Hollowaj,
Itlrnes u md C'otnsellors al L(u',
N 1[ llW IEllmY,t S. U.
ractice in all State and U. S. Coutrts.
wcif1C 1m11t1a1l Lif 1111u0e Colllplllly.
11AV1: RElTURtNED To HOUIl
. Crarolinl, and shall work for" tho
Iove naIedt Cotnpany. It was orlltn
ttd in NS",6, is one of the strongest Inl
eo I nit.cd States, and writes the most
r"al cont,ract, now Sold.
I shtll he glad: to shvw any one the
lv"antages of its policies A few
ents( wanted. A. I'. P111. .1to ;n rl A I t
1,. 1 to. General Agent.
for I)istiet, Olllee \1anagers In
is State to represent, ie in their own
i(1 surroundlin;g counties. Willing to
tvy yearly .;t),0 payable weekly. D1)
rahl,' 4 nilt y 1men nt With l nalllustl op
,-tunit.it"s I:effe'ences cxchanged.
nclusc se1f-auh1lrese1d st.am)e(1 eivel
we. .. A. Park, :0:'o Caxton lunilding,
hi cago. t. 161,.
AT ANY TIME.
dtaine rcad r ilv after taklig at, courso
>f 1O)ON-KEEIPING and SHIO1lT
1. t )ver 8,000 rad lates. Send for
Itn. I to 1:.
L.. WV. A HNOI.I), V-l'acs.
mas, Grapes, Candy,
goes to make Chris;tma s
nd Fire Works
rom jobbers. Give us a