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erected evory Tuesday and. FrIday
by Sumer 13o.
... ..der . --------..... ......... 5 (a .
B lin lds ... . ' , -.. - . 1
.U38O%ati'd ................... ' gge'
eDost Mol-Asses, new crop....... (6.
(aGood Molass es................ 25@35r.
M ......-- - - -.-.------- ........... - 650
B U y................ .. ,-----...--.. *I .00.
W heat 1ran-.....----.- -. -----.. $1.00.
lot Patent Floui-...,. -..... .... $6.50.
2nd Bost Flour - ...5.0
Strait Flou. .. V. 25.
Good Ordinary Flour. .
Sugar ......-.--.--............S 5 oe
Rug -1................................ ,cc gj -
nc1e .................. ............. I
Cotton seed meal, per a
Hulls, per ton.... .0
ter, per tb ............... 15(20c.
hggs, per doen ............ 124@1c.
chickenf, each............ 12a>20.
t Pos, per bushel.............. '5.
tCorn, per bushel................ 500.
Oats, per bushel........... 35(50.
Turkeys, per tb .................. 6(< 80.
Fodder, per w t ............. ((750o.
Newborry Uotton Mlarki;t.
(Corrected Tuesday and Friday by 0. Atelt.
Good M iddling.............................5 50
Strict Middling.... ...................5 37
Middling................... . . 2.5 -
Strict Low*Middling........ 5 124
Low Middling ..........................
Receipts for week ending Satur- g
day last......................... ji
Receipts inee September Ist..... 0:14
Owing mc for guano cat e0ive from
me the very highest prie or their cot
ton and cotton seed. .Just a little more
than any one JaMwill pay. Lane.
.Jmno. M. Cinard &Campi.
A meeting <f the Jno. M. Kinard
Camp, Song of Confederate Vcteraus,
will be held in the Armory over Mr.
M. L. Spearian & Co's. store, Monday
night, Novembet: Ist., at 8o'clock sharp.
Each member is earnestly requested to
attend as business of imI)ortance is to be
JNO. Al. KINARD, Comm111andalit.
ZL. . Wiuii', Adjutant.
A pain in the chest is nature's warn
ig that pneumonia iH threatened.
Dampen a plece of flannel with Chamu
herlain's Pain 1l-im and bind over the
seal of joaln, and another on the bAck
between the shoulders, and prompl. re
lief will follow. Sold by W. 4. Pel
Wo are still headquarters for Tobac
co, anid keep the following brands on
hand: Palin Tree, 25c. )er pound; A n.
nic 'earl, Red Meat, 'lumb (Cood, Bit
Winston, Lilly May, Hat,tie Ax, Rici
andI Waxy, May Helle, Horse Apple,
Mlahol'Leo, Sweet Mash and Nat.ural
Leaf i. Jos. T. Htitchison's. t&f2t.
Keg Soda, 2o. per pound at .Jos. T.
NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
over R.C. Will lanis', Main St.,Nowberry
1 am prlpared to mitke Pictures and
at living rices.
t&ftf PRCE Photographer.
Th'ie "J1OShuai SlfimpkinuS" CompaniLfy,
carrying their own special scenery, and
c> ar, will prIoduce the great comedy
drama of that name at Newberry Opera
House, Saturday evening, October 30.
The piece deals1 with country life and
~. people, three acts of the play being
aid in one of the many quaint villages
ofVermion t. Theii siecond act (in 3
.scenes p)ort,rays3 Uncle .Josh's tirst. visit
to Wa:hington City. In the third act
a. sensattioiial saw miill elfect is shown,
- M~ rng notlUng inore nor less thani a
'4amilete saw mill in full operation,
cuttsing up genuine timber. The sawv
usedl is a genuine Buzz or Circular Saw
.and cut, through timber at lightning
speed. Il'artade of the 2 Hands at 3 p. m.
Croup Quickly Cured.
were sufleri ng with I croup w hen we re
('t-ived a boti he of Chamiberlain's CUugh
Re('inedy. it atfhrdedl aitmost instant
relief.-F. A. Thornton. Thlis cele
birated remedy is for Bale by WV. E.
Pelham. - o11
To call and see our line of Shoes,
Hats, P'ants andl Under'wear before buy.
ing, as we are giving special bargains.
t&f2t Jos. 'T. Hlutchison.
Very pretty and cheap Laie'is Wraps
at WVooten's. t&f2t,
lIestrablo liulidinig i.ois
F'or sale in eastern piort.lon of town
on very easy tcrms. WVill exchange
thenm for ftarmn lands.
t& fli 0 . 13. MAvy.m..
*A small line of Glassware to close out
regardless of cost. J1. TV. lIutcison.21
WhTlen in need& of Groceries don't fail
to c'all oin .os. T. 11 utchison, as we are
headquarters for low priices. t & f2t,
R EST AU RA NT!
My Restauran t is open foi
thle sealson andl( I am1) prepa)3red
to ser've the public inI first
(class style with the~ very b)as1
the) market affords. Politt
and1( cour'teous attention to all
I am prepCIared to serve ('us
tome-s at all hoturs.
S. B. JON VS.
ITueIiou,, aneli .ot, for sale.
oueof soveni r'oms. L4ot, t hre
-acres. Apply to (. 13. Cromer. f& tti
Ladies' Kid Gloves, every patir
ranted, at Wooten's.
VARIOUM AND ALL ADUT.
Monday Is saleday.
"Imogee,". 1t the opora 11011se to.
Only'two weeks until the Fitir. Let
overybody got ready to attend.
Court Monday, but no juryuen will
bq needed until Tuesday morning.
Rev. J, H. Harms, of Chainbersburg,
Pa., will preahl in the Lutheran oh ureb
on Sunday night.
J. J. La Ilays he Wants to buy your
cottol afd cotton seed and will pay a
littj'ab we the top.
'et your registration certitlcates for
t town election. Yot may des-re to
toand It is always best to be roody.
The quilt e miest by the Calvary (col
ored) Presbyterian churoih on We,dnes
day was a success, about $17 being rea
Secur your reserved Hett4 at Scholtz'
Jewelry Store for "Iniogene" at the
opera house tonight. Patronize home
-'The trustees of School district No.
10 In No. 8 tolpniship have dcoded that
Adams is the teachor of tho Hauah
There will be no preaching at the
Presbyterian churich on Sunday as the
pastor is absent in Darlingtou in at
tendance upon Synod.
The meeting of the Excelsiov 10ire
Company called for next Monday night
wIl not be held. The members will
- ease keop this in mind.
Rev. W. A. Betts, of Ninety-Six,
came to Newberry yesterday -and Will
go out this morning to New Chapel to
assist Rev. ). Tiller In a meeting.
C. C. Summor was admitted to bill
on Tuesday by Justice Pope in thesum
of $1500. He gavo bond before Clerk
A. J. Gibson and was released from
Reformation services will be held at
the Lutheran church on Sunday morn
Ing and the sorion appropriate to the
day will be preached by Hey. Dr.
The 75 negroes at Mr. L. W. Jons'
cornshucking last week shucked 700
and not 720 bushols as stated by us. It
was a typograplical error in 'I'le
Herald atid News.
J. J. Lane is building a laundry on
the Phifer lot and it will bo occupied
on tho first of the month by a China
man who is a first-etass workman and
will do flrst-clast work.
",he Sing in Skul," under the
auspices of the Ladies' Aid Society of
the Lut,heran church, will be given
in the opera house Decetnbcr 3d, in
stead of Devember 10th.
Superintendent, F1. XV. Iiggins In a
notice in another column calls on
School Tristees to open the Viyblic
sehoinns by November h3t, o soon
thereafter as practicable.
A granite wall Is being put in on the
west side of Scott's Creek, from Brook
lyn bridge to a short distance below
the power house. Tle wall is to be
four feet high and will be a great im
Mr. B. 1?. Gjriflln has sold his p)lanta
t,ion in No. (I, of about, I,000 ac, to
Mr. P. .1. D)avenport. T1his place has
been 1in the Grnillin family for about
three generationis and is a valuable
tract of land.
See notice of the meecdnig of the Jno..
M. Kinard Camp. A full meeting
of the mnbners is desired as there will
be m)atters of interest and imiiportance
to be discussed. Let every mnembler
make an ell'ort to be presentfl.
Retv. WV. WV. Jones5 of Saluda was in
town this week and will assist Rev. D)
TIiller at New Chapel. He has been in
the Methodist Conf) erencee for fifrty
years anid durng that, tinme has niever'
missed ai meeItinig of thme annual Confer
Tihe town election forf Mayor and
Aldermen comeIs oil in December.
Registiration is necessary to vote and
the books of registr atmin will be open
duiring Novemberi. You bett.er secure
your11 registrat.ion certiflicate. You
Mlr. Michael Werts had in town th)is
mornling the largest sweet potato we
ever saw. It weighs thirteen pound1s.
It eaii be seen at the hardware store of
WVm. .Johnson. This is a great noun
try and we can all livye even if cotton
is (down) to 5 eents11.
Those wvih elieve chronic dilarrhoea
to I.e Iinrable should read what, 1M r.
P. E. G-rishamn, of Gaaurs Mills, Lai., has
to say on I le sul.jet, viz :"I have been
a suflbrer from churuic dlarrhooa ever
sinceO th)e war and have i ed all kinds
of medicInes for It. At last I found a
reedy that eflected a euro and(1 lhat
n as Chmberlain's Co)li', (Cholera andl
D)iarrhoea Remiedly."' Th'is medicIne
cani always he dlepenlded 1:pon1 for colIc,
cholera muorbus, dyenutery and (liar
rhoea. it Is plenaant to take and( nov
fails to eff't a (cure. 25 and( 50
sizes for sale by WV. E. P'eihamn.
.Sardinies 3 boxes for h0c.
MIixt.u re Candy 8fte. StIck C
We Have Just
A largo and hi
Mi,s Matti H Ill of G reenwood Is via
iting at Mr. J. C. Myers'.
Miss Georgia [4owler, of Charleston,
is visiting Mi's. J. W. Chappell.
Mrs. iT. L. Parr, of Fairfield County,
is visiting her fathetr, Treasurer C. F.
Mrs. Rebecca Drown of Norfol', Va.,
is on a visit to relatives and friends in
Mr. T..C. Pool left on Tuesday night
for the Nash ville i'xlposition. 1ie went
as tie guestof his friend Capt. V. E. Mc
Bee of the eaboard Air Line.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. S. Seaso left on
Wednesday for Spartanburg. Tie
Herold and News wishes them abund
ant, succoss and happiiess in their iow
home and commends them to the good
peop'e of Spartanburg. ''
Rev. 11. 1'. McClintock roturned yes.
tur(day from the A. R. P. Synod in 'en
msseee. Senator Mower. will return
this morning. Tiho next session of the
Synod will be held In Chester, S. C.
Why will you buy bitter nauseating
tonic- when Gitovi-s TASTLESS Ci ILL
To.NIc Is as pleasant as Lonion Syrup.
Your druggist is authorized to refund
the money in every case where it fails
to cure. Pricoo5 cents.
I make Friiuits a specialty this season.
W. W. iulmer.
Lost or Mislatil
One ijoto on J. V. Cromer, given
March 29t,h, 1896, for Seventy-Three
Dollars and Fift,y Conts. This is to
warn all persons froin trading for said
note, as applicatioi has been made for
a renewal. 'D. A. Dunct.nr.
Sunshine, S. C., Oct. 25, '97. It
1'resittunt Waliton iesigns.
At the regular- meeting of the 1 xcel
sior Fire Company held oi Tiesday
night, Mr. J. 13. Walton tendered his
resignation as i'resident.. for the rea
son that he wa1,4 un1able to give it the
attention required, which was accept
od by t.- company with regrets. Mr.
Walton is all old and experlieiced fire
man, and has made the E'xcelsiors a
good president. ()n ti excoptance of
his resignation he wta elected an lhon
orary memibei' of the company.
Mr. J. W. Eamliardt, former Vice
President of the compiy, was pro
moted to the L'residency and Mr. 1. J.
Voss was elected Vice President. Mr.
Voss was also elected CaI)tal of the
P'xcelsior Racing Reel Tcamn, and will
proceed at once to organize and prac
tico for tile tournament which will be
given in Chnrleston about .Decem
A Ilovemeint is oil foot among some
of the bust andl most popular young
men of the city to organizo another
reel team, or ratheir tie city council
will he asked at its next meting to al
low two companies to be formed out of
the E"xcolsior. Company, giving us two
white companies, which will cause a
rivalry and make things lively among
the laldies. The young men that are
to compose the new company will meet.
Monday night to organize. Those who
have checked their names on the list
agrecing to join will meet at tile coun
ci liambercis Moniday night at 7.30
A meeting wvill be held( Inl t,he parilors5
of TJ.he Newborry H-otel Onl next Men
day afternoon at 4.30 o'clock for the
purmpose of organiizi ng a chap)ter of thme
"'Daughters of the Confeder'acy."' All
diaughters ar'e uired to atttend(. Also
following relations of soldiers, who are
eligible, viz,., widows, wives, mothlers,
sister's, nieces, and lineal deIscenidanmts
of those whoe ser'ved honorably in Con
feder'ato army ,- navy, and civil service.
This1j is a nioble, piatr'iotic, work thlat
Cannmot., must not be longer neglected.
Mr's. Mar'y liranl ces Longshiore,
daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Ilijahx Mar'
tin, was born Dec. It6, 18(9, and died
August 12, 1897.
She was married to Mr. L. Cauthen
Longshom'e D)ecembher 18, 1893.
Her' hiusbanid and t,wo small ch ildren,
.vit.h numeroCi'us relatives and a host
I rlinds are left, on these mortal sh1
to mourn t,heir' loss. She was an
lent, Christian woiman nnd ha
ver'y consistet,t memiberc
Methodi1st chiurch ('oer sin
hood, She was greatlyb
amnd her1 deOath cast a
heaveni just befor'
feel fully atssured
et,ernal r est.
Royal makes the tood pure, 4
wholesome and dei*Hou.
ROYAL BAXINO POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
A UHEAT SHOW.
"Joshua St6pkins" Company Plays to a
FullHouse, Notwithstanuding the RIain.
One show has visited Greensboro
th at certainly has no ground of com
plaint, for it -a, a bad, rainy night,
yet tlhere were ew vacant seats in the
Acadomy of Music.
The name really shows what manner
of performance it is-a typical New
England cemedy. While there was a
story running through it, the fun was
the thing aimed at and the house was
kept in an uproar about all the time.
The company carries much scenery
of its own and in putting it in between
acts much time is required, but no one
suffered on this account, for one of the
Ilnest orch3stras ever in Greensboro
1illed up the waits with excellent mu
sic, rendering some elegant selections.
No one expected to see one of Shake
speare's Plays at an entertaLIment of
this kind; on the contrary they went
to laugh and they were not disappoint
ed. It is on the Alvin Joslin order,
except it is better if anything.--Greens
Diseases often lurk in the blood be
fore they openly manifest, themselves.
Therefore keep the blood pure with
Another Fresh Supply of
FINE CANDIES, just arrived. Full
assortment of: Mixed Chocolates,
Bon Bons and Chocolates, Crystal
izod Fruits, Chocolate Creams,
Chocolate Pralines, Fine Marsh
miallows, Mixed Nougats, Jordan
PELH1AM's Druo S'roRE.
A Hot Tlimo Ahead.
A. C. Jones, the originator of now
styles and leader of low prices, comes
to the front this week in a bran new,
full column, of red hot bargain an
nouncemcnts to the public. He shows
the p)ublic the advantages lhe has OVOr
his comp)etit,ors and where they would
profit by examining hIs goods and
p)rices before buying. iIe is selling his
entire stock of D)ry Goods, Dress Goods,
Notione, Hosiery, Underwear, I lankets,
Slices, et c., on a basis of ten per cenit.
profit. He has. also op)ened an annex to
his store and cani supplly you in quanti
ties at wvholesaile p)rices. Mr. Jones is
a wie-awake up-to-date mierchan t, and
lie has several polite and attentive
salesmen and salesladies at his store,
who will be p)leased to show goods and
give prices to prospective buyers.
For next week he has inaugurated
special sale, when his entire stoc
Fall and Winter Wool D)ress
Silks will be offered at flrst
ladies of the town ande
net fail to visit this
Read his ad. on
OUR PROSPERITY BUDGET
ALL T11E NEW8 OF A LIVE AND PRO
(Spootal Corresponlonce Heraild and News ]
Rev. Z. W. Bedenbaugh will fill Re
Kirkpatriik's pulpit next SmIjulay mlovtru
There will be tho usual services in
Grace churcti next Sundays morning
Thero will be a called meeting Pri
day night of the Luthor Leaguo of
Grace church to discuss the League
course of reading and adopt, reject, or
ane-nd. A full atteldaIce rC(uired.
Our town wis awakened from its us
ual quiet, by the ruior that there was
to be a marriage Tuesday, no one seem
ed to know just who. But about one
o'clock the question was answored. Mr.
Benjamin Rawl, of Rocky Well, Lex
ington county, was married to Mrs.
Mary Rawls, of Georgia, at the hole of
Mr. J. A. Simpson, Mrs. Sihpson being
a niece of Mrs. Rawls, who was a Barre.
Thus again two lives are linked, and
may they work together in bhi s le hr
muony until the end.
The Misses KCempson, of Saluda, were
in town Wednesday.
Rev. Dr. Holland came up from Sy
nod Sunday and gave the League of
Grace church a specially prepared ser
mon on the active young lan, using
David as he went forth with righteous
indignation to meet, the blasphemous
giant of the Philistines for his deliance
of the army of the living God. It was
one of Dr. Holland's best sermons and
a large audience was present to hear
him. Mrs. Holland came down from
Newberry and joined him here.
Our town was full of ministers on
Monday. There were ten here on their
way from Synod.
Mr. G. P. Summer and wife, of )oil
alds, have been on a visit to 'apt. Gil
ston and family. They returned home
Rev. J. A. Sligh had the misfortune
to lose a bale of cotton last Sat,urday
morning before day. lie traced it to
Newbevry. One West has been arrest
ed as the supposed or actual thief.
Oi Tuesday Mrs. Marion Dominick
placed her infant, some o or 7 months
old, in the cradle anld left it asleep and
went to see after some household dutles
and returning to the cradle in about
half an hour found the child dead. It.
must, have been quite sudden, as the
child was not thought, to have been
As you have already given an outline
of the South Carolina Synod's meeting,
I will not, say aniything about that..
But the good people of Macedonia have
made very many improvemnents in their
church, with carpets dow, t,he aisles
and in the pulpit and chancel, new puul
pit furniture entire, and a neat new
reading desk and pulpit,. They have
just finished painting the church also.
Large crows Were in attenldanc at all
tle sessions, and the symposium on ed
ucation will do good and we verily be
lieve the Lutherans will have t.o en
lar'ge their accomodat,ions to accommlo
date all the boys who wvill knock at
thec doors of Newberry College.
Rev. M. M. Kinard, Ph D., a former
Prosperity boy but now an eminent, di
vine of the city of Columbia, was gr'eet
ing his old friends the past, few dlays.
He was visiting hmis mot her and
ers. Tie and Rev. Geo. 8. Ii
sisted in thme services S
E asy to Take,
asy to Operate
Aro features peculiar to Ilood's Pills. 81nal In
size, tasteless, effloent, thorougli. 'A. one Iian
said: " You nevr know j411
have takena pill till It. i 1 a
over." 20. 0. 1. llon(l & Co. ..
Proprietorg, LOWell. ass.
Tihe only pills to tako wit llooi's Miaraijlu-ila.
Notics to School Trustees,
T RUSTEJE'S 0O0 THE,I,, PUiIC
1. Schools a0re hey notifled to o)eIl
tho saino oin Novombei Ist, 18917, oi
as early thereaft.r as piaeticablo.
FRA NkIS 1W. IIG INS,
chalrian Co. Boar-d I'xaitile'.
AMITY LODE NO. 87, A. Yi M.
A RlICOJULA 1tCOMMNI)NICATIONIlbhl 1Vjil i
o' Ankity Lodgei, No. 87, A. 1. M
will bo hold niext Aminday evelinlg t
700 o'0lock,lin Mat N1Isonlic H all. \'1.4f!llng
brethren cordialiv weleotied.
h. o. nooe, WN. MT.
J. H. M. KINARD, Seelta'y.
PRIVATE PULLMAN PALWAE CAR.
NEWBERRY OPERA HOUSE,
Saturday, Oct. 30.
Most all Fun I
The.v Great ,Pastoral Coiedy
Spocia1 sceill'y 811ld Mchallical Effects.
Thrilling aw Mill 8cene.
11' t--1- ,II U6nr;i M t -a 1i IAr
I. Iainousi OrehsestrasI.
21-2 HoIIr of 8fid Amommint.
Vat,eh for the Great Iarad 111, at,1'. M.
2 BANDS 2
One H1andsoiloly 11n1ifm-i -.d, followed
by the FItlly learmier. Hnild.
IWResevvedl I.-Iats onl ,al at Schloltz'
STATIC OP SOUT AltOLINA
OUNTY NIW IitiaV --IN
W. 1). H ardy, as Miaster for Newherry
Count,y, Plitiill', Itgtilnst Geo. 'i.
Held, E. W. Hill, iid M. S. Iiley
Itnd W. .1. l1ailey parters doing blii
eS 11der the fiIIm nmle of M. 8.
13atiley & SOIn, Defendantis. t
.13 helrein, datted. July lith, 1897, 1
will sell before tho (ou-t -jouso at,
Newhterry, S. C., hetween the legal
hiours oS(f stile, oH slIeda:y inH N ovembIer,
t,he hIighest, b)idderC ther'efor', the follow
IngII descrhibed r'eal estate to wit.:
All thatt tract4t of 1land( ly1ig in the
County of Newbrry' and1 St,ate of South
CJarolina11, cotiing 1j F'our inn1114It dr
At Nashville, Tenn.
May Ist to Oct. 31st.
The Buildings of the Tennessee Centennial,
In numbers and architectural beauty, sur
pats Atlanta's and nearly equal Chicago's.
iho exhibits are all ready, and are inter
esting and instructive. The live stock
display excels any exhibition of the kind
ever made. The Midway Is great.
The Western & Atlantic Railroad.
and the Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis Railway run solid vestibule
trains with Pullman's finest sleeping
cars, from Atlanta to Nashville.
For Sleeping Car Berths, or any
information about rates, Hotel or
Boarding House accommodations in
Nashville, call upon or write to
C. E. HARMAN,
General Pass. Agent,
Special Notice:2. oasvi e
then staying at 6aes
Fitted to tite
And Prescriptions filled en
Biuildl'8 of N821'i alln Vicinitby
WI LJ L
0. 11rnu|IL 1111' i)it'a t b y wijLiy to (lao
STAN DARD MANUPACTURING CO.,
of AlUSTA QEORGIA,