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In order to raise the
imoney we need to buy
new goods, we will sell
our entire stock of
to the highes. bidder
during the next ten
At 7 O'clock.
.IRAIN OR SHINE.]
Positively there will
be no by-bidding.
Everything you buy
at a sacrifice must act
the next sale. Every- (
:we- represen ; it. C
We have no shoddy f
DANIELS & CO.,
..Auction every night
this week under fProt-'
:W ll Hotel. Ladies es- -
pecially invited to at
tend these sales. t
Cot on Market.
uCMOi WI by J. W. Gary & Co. r
Bucklen's Arnica eIve.
The heat Salve in the world for Cuts
ritlses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap ped Hands
Pbliba1n, Corns, and all Skin Erup t
tl,-onat and po-tively cures Pil-s, or nb e
I -A requred. . It is guarantee(d to give I
prf;tt is(faction, or montey rfunded.
Price 26 cents per box. Vor 4ale by I
bertsonn&(llder and W. E. Pelham. E
To 0ttre a oki in Ono.NIpjat
Take Van Lear's Cold Capsuleb fI0 La:
Grippe. Coughs and Coldg; 12 dopes- 25
cents at all druggists. Guaranteed to i
cure or money refunded. &f6m
If Vou want a good Tinhbrell buy it at
A. 0. Jones'. t,&ftr C
dIitoroilogleat Rtec.id for NIova .aabor'.
. can temrpetrtt,ure, 48.6; mn e:hurum t
teinperatbure 78, date 6th; mn nimium
tetnperature 20, date 27th; to..al pre
cipit.ation, 41.52 1iches; total b.iOW fall,a
tt'ace; num:ber of days clear, 10: paLrtly
*lourdy, 8; cloudy, 12; dates ' f fr ost:
light, ud, 11th and 12th; kili! ig, 1st,
2ud, 7th, 8thr, 28th and 30th; sic it, 25th
ahd 28th; prevaling wind, no,e' r; 25th,
dI.thit speinkle sleet arnd snow; '28th sleet
aind sprInkle snrow.
W. G. PEERSON.
One Minute Cough Cure surprises '
people by its quick cures and children
may take it in large quantities without
the least danger. It has won'for itself
the beat reputation of any preparation
teesd today for colds, croup, tIcklIng in
~the throat, or obstinate coughs. W. K
A large lot of Hamilton, Br-own & it
Co.'s New Shoes just received at A. C.
Jones'. t&ftf a
Programmne for Teacthers' Assuoelation,
Az'lthmetic--W. -H. Wallace. C
Primary Reading--Miss Lucy Riser,
Miss Olive Blicks.
English Gammar-Prof. E. B. Setz
Query Box..t *
.lIeting from'il o'clockto.
R. A. AIBRAMS, Sec.
Truth weats well. People have
learned that DeWitt's 1Attle- Early
Risers are reliable little pills for regu
lating the howels, curIng consbipation
and sick headache. They don't gripe.
W .. E. P'olham.
Trhe in fant of Prof and Mrs E. 0. Counts
died at their homDe In Wilmington, N.
C., and was burled at Prosperity, S. C.,
This is the Season
.When you want
Spices of all kinds for
putting .up Pickles,
Catsup, &c. We have
wyhat you want and we
guarantee them to be
pure. We also have on
hand the celebrated
Call on us.\
Robertson & Gilder,
On the corner.
VAIOUN AND AL1 ABOUT.
Congress met yest.irday.
Christmas comq ori Sunday this year
'Two good lectues are booked for th I
Ool. J.' W. Verguson,'of Laurens, wat
in the city yesterday.
Mre. A. , Piter arrived in Newberr)
on Friday lst.
This.week starts out clear and bright
and cold-good hogkilling times.
Mr. H. B. Buist, of Rook 1ill, was in
the city yesterday on his way to Green
There will be no occas'on for a third
primary unless the two candidates to
ray should tie.
Cotton has gone up lately. It is al
ways so after the most of it is out of the
bands of the producer.
Rev. J. D. Bowles and family have
noved to Coronaca in Greenwood coun
,y, but he will continue to preach in this
The early morning train on the
3outhern mado Its last trip from Pros
)erity yesterday morning. . We are
orry it is so.
Mr. I. H. Hutit, Col. Jno. R. Leavell
6ud Rev. Geo. A. Wright have returned
rom the Baptist StAte convention at
Revs. C. W. Creighton and J. W.
;peake left yesterday for the Methodist
onference at G.'eenwood. Rev. D.
7iller goes today.
Mrs. Augustus Sitton, of Auton, 13 on
visit to her brothers, Messrs. J. H.,
V. B. and S. B. Aull and other rela
ives in the county.
There fs only one student at Clemison
,ollege this year from Newberry, R. S.
,annon, according to a roll publiihed
i the Sunday News.
The regIStration ofice is now kept
pe. on the i-st Monday of each month
Lr he purpose of registering voters
nd renewing and chang ing certificates.
Jutdge Townsend has flIed his orders
u the ease of Brooks vs. Stockttan.
nd Cooper vs. the G. C. & N R. 11., in
rhioh motions for new trials wer,
iade refusing to grant them..
Daniel & Co. will continie their atc
lon sale of jewelrv at the vacant store
oomn under the Crotwell Hotel. Set.
heir advertisement In LLs paper. A
ood opportunity to get some jewelry
County Supervisor Sehumpert gives
otice to all persons .holding claims
gainst the county to present them,
nd for Township Commissioners to
ave their roads worked and put in
ood repair at once.
We notice in .the Greenville Newt:
hat H. P. Aull and W. J. Mfiller have
eon promoted to sergeants and S. .J.
arroi and W. C. H trip to' Corporali
i Capt. McCaughr-iu's Company at
avannah. These are Newberey boys
nd we are glad to noto their promo.
We were glad of the privilege of
earing our friend and forner class
>ate, Rev. liartow 13. Image, proach
i the Episopal churoh in NeWbetrrv
n Sunday. fle preachled a most excel
nt sermon. We wouild he ghud of the
rivilegc of heari.ing him again before
0 returns5 t. his parLishl lu Trexas.
Tlhore will he a Christmas t,ree and
xerciscs at, the helena Sunday-school
n Monday night, t,bu :flkh. Tlhere
rill be soamen taddreOsses mnadc andr
pue.ches will he miadue l.v 501mu of -the
u nday-'school (schoula--s. Anid there
'iil be some Charistmas sonigs sung.
'he programme will be given later.
11i are cordially invited.
An En.ewj.rsinag Druggist
Th)ere are few men more wide
wake and enterprising t.han Roba
retoun & Gider and \Vy. E. Pelham,
who spare 1n0 pains to ,-ecure tile
>et of everything in their line for
heir many customers. They now have
he valuable agency for .Dr. King's
few Discovery for Consutmption,
loughs at d Colds. This is the won.
Lerful remedy that is producing such a
uror all ever the country b~y its many
lartling cures. It absolutely cures
Lathma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and all
fiections of tbe 'Tnroat, Chest and
aanga. Caill at, above drug etere and
et a t,rial bottle free or a regular size
0Ocents and $1. Guaranteed to cure
ir price refunded.
Dr., s. A. ste..le to Lecture.
Rev. J. W. Speake, the pastor of the
dothodist charch of the factory, has
ecured the ser-vicescof Dr. S. A. Steele,
if Nashville, Tenn., to deliver a lecture
n Newberry in the Opera House on
)ecembemr 1'7, for the benefit of the
ullding fund for the new church. The
lubject of the lecture is "Home Life in
)ixie During the War." Dr. Steele is
me of tile finest lecturers in the South,
md those who at tend will not only be
elping a good cause, but will be fully
'epaid in the lecture it.sel'.
As we have before stated, Mr. Speake
ias built ug neat church at the factory,
and the congregation is large and the
ffork encouraging. He needs Bomne
money to help him complete and fur
rish the building, and' the proceeds
rrom the lecture are for that purpose.
Do not forget the date nor the place.
Blow to Look Gloud.
flood looks are really more than skin
ileep, dependting entirely on a heailthy
sondition of allithe vital organus. If the
liver is stact,ive, you have a bilIous
took; if you r stomach is disordered,
you havesa dyspeptic look; if your ild
neys are affected, you have a pinched
look. Secure good health, and you wIlg
surely have good tndits. "inleet,ric Bit.
fers" is a good Alteraitive ned Tonic,
Acete directly on tb iteomach,'ilver anid
kidneys, purIines the blood, cures pim.
ples, blotches and ,boll, and gives a
good comxplex ion.. ' Every bottle guam
anteed. Moldl at' ttobertson & Gildera
anId Pelhlarm's Drug~ Store. 60 con
Men's, Women's and Boys' Mackin
tosh Overenata at A . 0. .ines' tfr
TIPC TOWN PRIMAIRY.
Almost a Full Council en the First Round
Dr. 0. H Rayer Nonl"maed for Mayor
-Wards 1, 2, 3 mood 5 NomnIaatr.
The town primary held ou FrIday
last passed off quietly and peaceably,
but a very full vote was polled. The
full vote cist i the primary was 355.
The full registeired vote of the town is
There were four catididates for Mayor
and a conte8t in every ward except the
first. The vote stood for Mayor as fol
0. 1. M ayer.. ... ..... .. .............236
T. E. Epting.......--------.................... 29
W . 1) Goodman............................ 29
E. C. Jones.......... ............... 01
Mayer's majority ovoe all opponente
J. W . Earhardt................................72 1
J. J. Lane. .......................... . ........20
C. E. Summer........................ ........22
W . F. Ewart.................................... 41
R. C. W illiams.............................. 17
W. F. Ewart's majority over both
W . A . Y oung......... .........................17
J. C. Myers........... .................27
WY. H . H arris......... ................. .. 4
J. W . W hit(.............. ......................14
T otal ....... ............................. ...62
Neither oie receiving a majority,
there will be i second race between
J. C. Myers and W. A. Young.
T . S. H udson.. ....................... .........51
J. M . Tayl . ............................... 29
For Coii missione of I POiO Wot ks
M r. T. C. Plool wits noiniated without
For member of 3oard of iealth fr-on
2nd districit, it, was decided that this
ofilee wits filled by ippointment, of
Council, and therefore no election was
held. That Is all right, for the election
but the citizens had a right to suggest
to Council whom to appoint, and as the
citizens' meeting ordered the election c
it should havo been held.
We present todiay the pictures of all y
those elected on the Council except Mr.
DR. 0. B. MAYER,
who is nominated for Mayor, and which a
of course means elect,ion, is a native ofa
Newborry and has pract,iced medicine ~
for the past 20 odd years. Hie should
feel very hIghly complimented at the
handsome vote he received, for he hada
good men as opponents and .anen whot
would have made good ofllcerr. He l.as
never before asked for or held public ~
ofile, except, memnber' of council several
years ago. He is a good business man and
conducted as president a building ande
investment, company to a successfui h
termination, and is now Vice-President
of the C~ommercial Bank. He wiligiveg
the town a good business administra
J. W EARARDT
Mr. no, . Eahart frm Wad 1
la anatie ofLexngto buthas ive
cosit Jt. He Aisthe oly oe o
thea nativ Cofuncintatha bena loi
nitna in in evidncethttismfIca
With such conditic
tained until times imp
5c Calico at 3c.
.3e Bloaching, 4o.
3.50 Wool Blankots, $2.75.
33c Wool Kentucky Jeans, 24o.
15c Worsted it 9c.
)00 pcs. of Silks, Plushes and Volvo
W Havo JU
And they must bo sacrificoi
1.25 Men's Sunday Shoes, $1.00.
-.00I Men's %unday Shoes, $1.45.
2.00 Ladies' line dress Shoes, $1.25.
Children's, Boys' and Misses'
We bavo a b'g line of Hats,
Whoro all customers are treated
ny fault can be found or prices equ
Fith hoforo wo opened-look around
ot m it when comparod with the ma
In Ward 2 Mr. E. Cabaniss Is the suc
,ssful Colitestant. lie is a native of
orth Carolina but has lived many
oars in Newberry. He has before
en a member of the city council and
Is official duties will come easy and
atural to him.
In Ward 3 Mr. W. Li. Ewart is
locted. HeI is a native of Newberry
nd has spent, nearly his entire life
mong us, Hie too has served before
o the city council and will not be a
ow band at the business.
In Ward 41 there was 'o election and
second race is being run t.oday be
seen M r.' W. A. Young, a present
iember of council, and Mr. J. C.
in Ward 5.Mr. T. S. Hudson defeats
I r. J. M. Taylor, a p)resent member of
muncil. Mr. LHurison has been in New
er ry.,for several ;years and is employed
the Newberry Cotton Mill. We re
ret that we have no out, of him.
We wvish the now adiniistriation well
nd wvill give it, whatever support, and
ncou ragement, may be in our~ power to
el p push the town atlong and keep it
the forefront of progress.
Itjr commiiissioneri of P'ublie Works
[r. TP. C. P'ool 1-s elected wi tho it, o ppo
un. Mr. Pooel is a good busins
mn anld ill make a good membi er of
DeuWit's Witchl az,'el Saive has. t.he
wriest, saile (f any salve in 1 .e wrd
his fact, andI its mierit, hats h-di( dishton
itpeo ple to attemli pt to cou n terfe t, it,.
Oo u,for th) inan wvho .Ltt,emt.4 to
~eeivo you when you call f,w D)eWit1's
iitch HIazel S dyve the g rat pile (cure.
and Woods Ever
gree Lawn Grass Seed
for sale cheap at
Robertson & Gilder's
J. B. WValton bas opened a liar
nesshop on Main Street, next d'.o
to 0. Klottnor's. Will make nos
harness and repair old. T1wenty-fiv
years ox perienice. P rices reasontabi<
Give him your ordlers. Satisfactio
>ns confronting us the ii
rove. Compare the folk<
0.1c Percale at 4,
75c Blankets, 45c.
75c Novelty Dress Goods, 30c.
50 Outing, 310.
20c Worsted at 14c.
ts at loss than half Now York cost. 70C
ire TAaR ThreP, Tiff
I as we are determined to sell them, we
1 ces I
$1.60 Men's Sunday Shoes, f t.20.
$3 60 Men's hand sewed calf, $1.95.
$1 50 Ladles' fine dress Shoes, 95e.
Shoes, all grades and prices.
$1.50 Childrun's Overcoats, 89c.
Caps, Trunks, Umbrellas and all goods
3 are the Only Strictly On
alike, and we guarantee our pricos agai
illed by any houso in Nowborry. Wo
amuoung your old friends and cousins, t
tcbless prices at.
Yesterday was saleday. There were
several tracks of land sold by the Nas
ter. We give the sales below. There
was a 1.retty good crowd in town but
not, ss large as In formier days when
there was as mueb land ou the block.
The people were uherIful, but there
WILS InI OViden1t. scretity of esIh for t,is
a -atson of the year Iks you could readily
observe from lithe lack of business.
'I he laud inl 1.out CM.s sold very
There were some ntules sold after the
regilar wiles were over.
These are ihe sales by t.he %h6 ste:
Zohie "s. Garland, house and lot,in
town of ielena, to C. .1. Z4,ble for. $10).
Puckhabur vs. Wesley, lot inl town of
Newberry containing 40 feet front on
Caidwell street, to Brooks Mayes for
Ferguson vs. Burton, 740 acres to
J. A. Burton for $2,100.
Hodges vs. Floyd, wit,hdrawn.
Savings Bank vs Leit,sey, :44 30 100
acres to J. J. Lane for $2,700.
Cromer vs. Cloy, 50 acres to It. M.
Wicker for $275.
Boozer vb. Booer, 2 acres In town of
ProsperIty, to Moseley Bros. for $725.
,lHardy. Mast er, vs. Piallaw, house and
lot,, 45-100 acres, in town of Newburry,
to 0'. L. Blease-for $2.250.
[loyd vs. Floyd. wit,hdrawn.
Hatton vs. Boyd. wit.hdrawn.
Loan and Tru-ist co , vs Lipscomb,
3 '11 tes to J. WN. L. Arthmr for $2,I)5.
IROIY vs IIowers, 128 acres to J. M.
RulT vs Hlowers, Tract No. 2. con
t.amning 117 acres, to M\iss Ii. 0. flowers
ILewis vs. P'ennr., house aand lot, in
town of Newhe,rry, ( -Gravel Town''), to
B3rooks 'l.,sces fo,r $220.
Wo be~ Oted i i ae. n L',own . .J. (:h
pe .' Iv ,nn aoie,-l1 in al t)It.os e4L il asa Xac -
-on ad deacia~~illy ale ,,0 <-a.- om 01 LV
WV s & ' tua_a Whiolec.,Iei) ..'e-Its Tloled,o 0.
Wva,tII e , 1, 'NAN & M A I:vi . WhVio'esalt
theI:'s (:;ata iu Cut-e is inken : ei er an,sily, act
10,< ci, Oe.c 1.\ ft,sn Ia bl Sod andc muIlc,o ,u -1
i:.te-, orI ihe ,.y'idOii. P ,ci -;.,~ e IoL o
-oi,l'iv nt'i Iiu->.is S.is..'noonsals fr o '
f ll ~Ia F i'- i.19 , ,i e t)',O'il. *
Rev. Dr. W. N. Evans, of Columbia,
will deliver his famous lecture on Phil
osophy of Fun, in the opera house at
Newberry, on T1uesday, D)ecemiber I3,
under the auspices of the lad los of t,be
10pIscopal Church, and for the beneflt
of the church. This Is a very fine lec
tore, and Dr'. Evans Is known her.e as
one of the finest platform speakers in
the Sout,h, and apart from the cause for
which he speaks he will draw a large
crowd. Next,'iLuesuday is tbe time, and
a rare treat is In store for the people
New (Curr't s!
New I 'Iir n !
New~ lI )tes
5 lbs Fruit Gale, in tin box, $1.35.
Cranbilerrios 10) cen~ts per qjuart
(Jive us a cnll,
S. B. JON ES.
Stop Buying on Credit
And paying other pieOple's dlebts. Go
to Smith's store andl buy for cash,
where you will find every artie sold
on its merit. Nothing sold at, or below
cost., as no one can live at that without
overcharging you for something else.
If you see anything hung out at or be
- low cost take the bait and let this sort
r alone if you (do not, want to get caught,
i oir it is butt a b)ait for suckers.
If you want to buy goods at a small
y and average P'rofit, rer umber
lea of selling goods at a pi
>wing prices with the price
30 iich Sia Island, Bc. Nm1
$1 lankotfi, 60. $2.1
20(3 Wool Kentucky Juans, 13c. 25<
7c Outing, 4ic. 10<
25o Wormtod at 1e.
pe8. of Litco in ovory concoivablo color, sty
i8s as MHanj Googs a
aro very much in neod of mionoy and noce
<1cot313iig n-t Goe
.3.50 Min's Suilts, $1.75. - - -
$5.00 Men's Stilts, $2.50. -
$10.00 Men's Stilts, -5.00 - - -
$12.50 Ion's st
$0.50 Young Mon's Overcoat,s, $2.95.
to bo found in a first-class storo much boh
e Price House in Newberr,
nst any ih< uio North or South. Goods ta,
ntitnot oxpoct to sil you goo1d1 if WO CLns1H
hon comtio and see 118 und yoN0 will roadily
Next Door to Pelh
From the Highest Grade
.,..,To the Clie
Prompt Attention Given t
FIrnitue aiil HO1301
...Marleand Granite M
Leayll &e Spaar:
'HE STANDARD WHEEl
ICquipp I withI U. & J. CII chber Ti es. lIl
RWENo w Parts for Ropairs for sale also.
The ~~ v' I i;'r'u'ng bisne uteri
ore of~ 0 1I tousma lts of exper wliich ruut
the dIks of thei youniIg peopOl). They~ al
and co"Ignietly li vo in lumxuiry a1n l alin
011cm o- tat chiss of the( y'ounig peopIlo
litex .ty e Julcat:o,. Tho aba~ ofth
..COLUMB3IA tCU SIN
llook~ k (CjIping, Sh1ortha mi d, C on i
* Arimetic and( all Comn
that apply direct.ly to t ho buineiQss atffairs
No ol timo) copy inig mtod cs arei rec(ogi
and1( ShoirthandI( cour4(eI are I ithmost mlod,
best8 buiness 'Omen(01. They senc anII" td I.
start to fiiih. Our graduates anro fully<
.posit.ion anid aro suppied111( with plaices w
speci al y in tecu ring onii g r:auates good
dono in thuis matter. The( CJollegO haui' no
any time. BSoard1 very clwacp. If youa
Shorthand eduicationi, sendI( for our free e
red0(. A ddress,
W. H. NEWBERIIY. M. A.. Pros
-of it cannot be enter.
3 asked elsewhere:
vborry Mills Shirtiiig, 2jo.
W0 Wool Blikots, $1.75.
i Wool Kountucky Joans, 17c.
English Outing, 7c.
lo, width & quality at 25c on tho$1.
6 WB N[I,
sity Coupols us to Hell.
O3n- tla $1.0 0.
- -- $1.50 Men's Sults, $2.1).
$.40 Men's Suilts, $3.75.
s $ $12 Mci'o Suits, $5.85.
>w priems asked olsowhoro.
cn back and money refunded if
t uidiirsell the houss you traded
soo that your frintids of old are
Im's Drug Store.
apest Wood Coffin!
o all Orders'
Z-AT ALL H OURSI
io ld Funisliings!
s' Old Stand,
- - S. C.
.OF THE WORLD!
(if Ie w feat res. (all andi see thoem.
ss College !
i, S. C.
risos of our unIitIf rj Inird tho
st conistaniitly be0 roertiited( fromT
vays recoive I ho largest satlaries
'lice. Unt t hesoi recruits must
whlo haive ai good b)usjiness and1
ESS CO LL EGE..
(or j ulsl. sulch J'ineis as) t hose.
I-reinI I iawv, ('ommler'ciaLI
of li fe, aire t horoughly taiught.
.edl inl our School. Our Iuinoss~~
orn andu aire eno1IrsedI by our
old flhe st udents interest fromt
lut 'ified for hioldhing any business
hienover desired. WVo make a
positions andi will not b)o out
vacations. Students can enter
ro initerOsted( ini al Business0 or
ataloguo, mntioning Course do
,. - COLUMBIA, . .'