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Theo Ilacheolor MahdN.
A meeting of the 1lachelor Maids
will be hold in tho ollico of lunt &
1-1ut on Saturday aft,ernoon at 4 o'clock.
A full moeting desired.
"l' etter do it than. wish it. done.'
Bettor cure catarrh by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla than complain because you
sutic' from it.
PLi;EA owing me by note, account
0;.'otherowiso must sett,le at once.
t&f 1k, F. A. ScIIUMIEwR, Agent.
A wook of Player.
Next week will bo observed as the
Week of Prayer by the Woman's Mis
sionary Society of the Lutheran church.
And there will be a special prayer meet
ing every afternoon during tho week
beginning on Monday.
All the members are invited to be
present at thes mecetings.
DeWitt's Little Early liisers purify the
blood, clean the liver, invigorate the
system. Famous little pills for constipa
tion and liver trouble.s. Robertson &
Pinet Wood Wanted.
A lot of good dry pine wood wanted.
For partlculars sco P. J. Voss, Super
Mouldidgs, Lumber, Laths and
Shingles. STUART Buos.
E 11. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
Patterns are sold strictly for cash,
and are not exchangeable.
tf. S. J. Wooten.
Thanksgit tug St tlve.
Thanksgiving Day was more gener
ally observed in this city yesterdfy
than heretofore. Nearly every place
of business was closed and the streets
had a Sunday appearance. The union
service held in the Thompson street
church was largely attended and the
thanksgiving o1lerings amounted to
something over $50. All the pastors
of the city were present and the meet
ing was a most Interesting one.
Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says,
"Our baby was covered with running
sorce. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cured
her." A speclic for piles and skiln (its
eases. Beware of worthless counterfeits.
R:bertson & Gilder.
If you need any columns, bahusters o
turned work get, our prices before you
buy. We will save you money. Satis
faction guaranteed. STUAR HIlos.
E. H-. LEsLI, Manager. t&f tf.
She Returna Thanks.
Miss Annie Maer, of Indiana, the
young lady who wrote Mr. Boyd a few
weeks ago inquiring about her uncles
-John and Jim Hlumpheries-and her
letter published in this paper, has hea: d
from her uncle and through a letter to
Mr. Boyd desires to thank all who in
teicsted themselves in her behalf. She
had almost given up hope of ever hear
ing from hor uncles.
ilsmarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous ener
gy are not fund w( Where Stomach, Liver,
.itidney anid Bowels are out of order.
If you want these quallt)es and the
success they bring, use Dr. KIng's
New Life Pills. Thbey develop every
power of brain and body. Only 25e at
all Drug Stores.
J. B. Clark, Peoria, Ill, says, "Sur
geons wVanited to operate on mue for piles,
but I cured them with DeWitt's WItch
Bluzel Salve." It is infallible for pl'es
and skin dise.9' . Beware of counkr
felts. Roerbt ton & Gilder.
We Are sthIn waiting.
The editor this week reminds us that
he is still waiting on those "double
daily trains" on the Southern road, of
which we wrot,e seime time ago, and
boasted of having some inside Informa
tion concerning the intentions of the
railroad authorities as to putting on
another train. All we have to say Is,
that we are still waiting. We had it
from unquestionable authority that it
was being considered and the decision
had about been reached to put on the
other train, and as it has not been done,
there must have been a reconsidera
tion, or we are to have It yet. The man
wvho gave us onr information was a rail.
road ma'i and knew what lie was talk
ing al mt.
B3ut--we are st,ill waiting.
"I was ne:irly dead with dyspepsiai,
trIed doctors, visIted mineral springe,
and grow worse. I used Kod(1o Dyspep
ala Cure. Thlnt euredl me." It digests
what you eat. Our indigestion, sour
stomach, heartburn and1 all forms of
dyspepsia. Robertson & GlIder.
An Exeption to the Rule.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want it.
E. HI. LEsLIE, Manager. t&ftf
J. T. [lutchison is clerking for t,he
firm of M. BI. Goodman, and would like
for all of his friends to call on him and
get bargains. It.
- 'ine Ohinal Elegant Out Glass!
Beautiful Lamps! at
VAItIOUH AND ALEL ABHOU'T.
This is Dececnber 1st.
Monday will be saleday.
See notice of general election.
Mr. L. M. Speers is ofT on a buslne.s
trip to Athens, Ga.
Ther"e was a general suspe)nsionl of
The cotton mill closed down yester
day for thanksgiving.
Mr. L. 1). Wicker moved his family
to Columbia a few days ago.
Mr. J. D. S. Livingston, of Newberry,
was in town last, week.-Saluda Sen
Mr. lE. Cavenaugh, agent for the U.,
N. & L., spent tbanksgiving day in
Miss Nannie Pool, of Newberry, is
visiting friends in Abbeville.-Abbe
Everybody that could get a gun went
out hunting yesterday and the city
Mr. Alfy Miller, of Laurens, is spend
ing a few days in the city with Mr. Ito
Mr. 0. H. Duncan, who has been at
Denmark, S. C., this season buying cot
ton, arrived home yesterday.
The fox chasers came in yesterday
afternoon. They caught two foxes yes
terday morning in a short time.
Hon. Geo. S. Mower spent a part of
Tuesday and Wednesday in Columbia
on professional business.
A convict on the city chain gat-.,
made his escape Wednesday afternoon.
He carried the chains with him.
M. A. Carlisle, Esq., l'resident o'
the National bank, went to Charleston
Wednesday and returned today.
Dr. Wn. 1. Pelhan left on Wednes
day for Asheville, N. C., where he will
spend a few days on a business trip.
Mr. J. W. Long, Jr., has gone t)
Silver Street and opened up a merean
tile business. We wish him success.
Miss Fannie Crawford returned last
week from a pleasant visit to relatires
and friends at. Newberry.- -Saluda Sen
Mr. H. F'. Hickman left, with his fvt.c
ily on Wednesday for l'ennsylvan'a,
where they will make their home ii
Rtev. S. T. Hallnan will preach at
the church of The Redeemer next Sun
day morning for the pastor, Rev. M. G.
Col. C.. J. Purcell returned yesterday
from Florence where be had been to sell
his crop of tobacco. 'He realized a nice
price for the crop.
Rev. and Mrs. G. A. Wright, Col.
and Mrs. W. II. Hunt, and Rev. W. S.
B. Ford left Wednesday for Gafiney to
attend the State Baptist Conventioa.
We expect a large crowd in the city
on next Monday as a large amount of
land is advertised for sale. While in
the city drop in to see us at The Herald
Miss Lena Wallace, of Laurens, Miss
Blanche Wilson and Miss Evi6 Little,
of Clinton, and Miss Maggie Barre, of
Prosperity, spent thanksgiving In New
Misses Helen and Mary Hardy, who
have been visiting in Columbia, re
turned home on Wednesday, accom
pained by Miss Nettle Moore, of Co
Mrs. E. B. Wilbur left Wednesday
for Galfney, where she will join her
husband and make her future home.
Our citizens regret the loss of Mr. and
M rs. Wilbur.
There will be a meeting of the joint
council of the new pastorate composed
of Colony, Beth Eden and the Mayer
Memorial churches in this city tomor'
row for the purp)ose of calling a pastor.
Miss Bessie Lindsay and Miss Bessie
Carlisle, two of our prettiest and most
accomplished young ladles the first
from Chester, and the last from New
berry, are spending several days in
Due West to the delight of their
friends.-A. RI. Presby terian.
There will be no preaching in the
First Baptist church Sunday morning
on account of the absence of the pas
tor', Rev. Gee. A. Wright, dho is at
tend ing the Stat3 Baptist Convention;
at Gaffney this week. The Sunday
school will be held in the afternoon as
A SUREI CI'REFOIt UIROUP.
-rwenty--nve Yearws.Constant Use wVitho. t a
The first indication of crou p is lioa, e.
ness, and ini a child subject to t''.d
disease it may be taken a a sure sig. of
the approach of an attack. Followi,wr
this hb. irsen 's is a pecuiliar ton.h
cough. If Chamberlains Cough Ren -ii
edy is giveni aq soon as the child '9
COmeIs hoarse, or eveni af ter the crou p.
cough appears, it will prevent the
t ack. It is used in many thousand. ,,f
homes in this broad land and nev r
dissapoluts the anxious mothers. We
have yet to learn of a single instance .i
which it has not proved effectual. I\,
other preparation can show such a rec
ord-twenty-fLve yeats' constant use
without a failure. For sale by W. E,
Mr. J. W. Cromer, of the Walton sec
tion, died at his home on Tuesday, No
vember 28th, In the 54th year of his age.
His remains wore buried Wednesday
morning at the Graham grave-yard,
R1ev. Aril conducting the funeral ser
Mr. Hlope A. B..izhardt died sudden
ly at his home in the county Wednes
day night. Hie was about sixty years
of age and was a veteran of the Confed
erate war. Hiu remnains were burled
yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
family burying ground near his resi
A ica,tiftul MarriHge.
Wednesday evening at s.:lt o'clock a
the Lutheran clhurclh, Mr. lIeenry H.
Wells and ,11iss Mary "ulrmer, both of
Newberry, were united in ina riago it
the presence of It largo number of
friends and relatives. The pastor o
the church, lter. I. G. G. Schercr
perform cd the cerem oity.
As the beautiful notes pealed forthi
from the organ, at which Dl i's. P'. Rob
ertson performed, the groom entered
the church and marched down the atil
with his brother, MIr. A. S. Wells,
while at the same time the beautiful
bride entered and mtarched down the
other aisle on the arm of Mliss Olive
Miller, of 1Iopes, m 'tid of honor, the
two couples meeting in the altar, when
the simple and beautiful Lutheran
ceremony was performed by theolliciat
The bride is the eledst daughter of
Mr. W. W. Fulmer, of this city, and is
a most estimable young lady. Mr.
Wells Is to be congratulated on win
ning the heart and hand of such a
modest, gentle and worthy young wo
Immediately after the ceremony tho
bride and groom were tendered it re
ception at the homlof the bridegroom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Vells, where
they will reside.
It was a simple but beautiful marri
(tnaing at Wide, Reputation.
As a cure for rheumuatisim Chamter
lalu's Pain lalm is niuiug a wide rep
i lation. D. 3. Johnr , ol' Richrmon.,
1n(1., has been troub,- 1 with the ail
ment, since 1862. In speaking of it he
says: "I never found anything that
would relicve tile untill I tl' d Chat,
t-rlains Pain L'alm. It ic + like magic
with me. My foot was swolen and
pained me very much, but one go( I
applilcaion of PalinBalm reliev I me."
For sale by W. E. Pelham, Druggist.
PRETTY HOME WI)1)ING.
Miss Estelle Grifith Gives her [Haddc1 to )r.
C. L. Kibler.
Yesterday at the hono of Col. a"d
Mrs. D. J. Grifllth on Richland street,
their lovely daughter, Miss Estelle,
was united in the bonds of holy matri
inony with Dr. C. L. Kibler of West
Virginia. A few friends gathered at
the home at 1 o'clock to witness the
sweetly solemn rites and to wish the
happy couple many years of joy and
The cermony was performed by the
Rev. M. M. Kinard, D. D., pastor of
Ebenezer Lutheran church. I)uring the
ceremony Prof. Smithdeal's hushed itc
companiment to a soft, subdued love
song, rendered by Mrs. Smith of 3am
borg, made the occasion doubly ifnpres
Under a floral umbrella, typifying a
shield from harmful elements, the sol
emn vows were taken. The bride was
attended by her sister, Miss Bertha,
and Miss Ola Wilson of Newberry, two
lovely and very lovable young girls.
The groom was attended by Dr. L. O.
Martin and Mr. Lee Davidson, who
came with him from West Virginia.
Little Antoinette Grillit,h, a niece of
the bride, wvas the dainty little flower
girl. The bridal plart,y and the friends
p)resent enjoyed a delightful luncheon,
and at 6 o'clock Dr. and Mrs. Kibler'
left via Charlotte for' their home in
West Virgina. The bride is a daugh
ter-of 0el. D. J. Grifllith, superintend
ent of the penitentiary, and by her
graces and her kindness has en
deared herself to many. The groom
is a Newberr'y boy who is doing well in
his new home at Alvy, WV. Va.-State,
Are grand, but Skin Eruptionis rob
life of joy. Bucklen's Ar'nica Salve,
cures tbemt; also O'd, Rouning andl
Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons,
('orns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains.
Best Pile cure on earth. D)rivts
out Pains andl Ache.s. Only 25 ets. a
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
If you need columns, balusters or any
turnied wor'k, get our prices before buy
ing. We will save you money. Sti~s
faction guaranteed. S,ruAx'i wr Bos.
E. H. LESLIE, Manager. t&f tf.
A Youg Man Diies at (the Th,ornwell Or
(Special to the Stat,e.)
Clinton, Nov. 27.---Senday morning
[obt. Lee Kilgore died at the Trhor~n
well orphanage. Hie was an excellent
young man of 17 years, and an ear'nest
Dbt'istian. He died very suddenly, l'ut
bad been suffering with a compdcation
r)f diseases for seome timr . He is the
I,hlrd boy to die in this institution, and
t,he sixth child in 33 year'e.
Ser'vices were held in the Thoenwell
)rph)anage chapel this morning at 10
'clock out of a kindly feeling which
ivas felt for him at the orphanage.
His remains will be carried to Newber
Py this evening at 2 o'clock on the Co
umbia, Newberry and Laui'ens rail
road, where they will be buried.
Rteception to Rev. I. N. Kenned1y and iBrkdo.
The bridal party from N ewber'ry
reached Due West last Thur'sday even
ing. Mi 'es Nina Carlisle, B3essle Car
lisle, B. Lindsay, Nelle Kennedy,
Burnie Kennedy and Alma Kennedy,
and Mr. RIchard Carlisle returned withl
them. A large number of guests were
inv4ted to the reception that took place
that evening. Misses Oate Kennedy,
Bessie Kennedy and L'zzie Link were
present fr'om Troy. The older people
were received in the latter part of the
afternoon, the young people that evee
ing. The recept,ion was much enjoyed.
.-... n Presbyterian, 20nh
Wat a Confedornte 5o'er hi( to SKy.
'1'he Itontns were a it,i-.n of hero
wttolshipers. Iut t he Itollns as at n;;
tion have disappeared and only ti'
erutmli g -"ritins of their ancier.
grealttess and history leIui11n to al
test, the truth that, they ever existed.
W\O11ay not. sIIppose t.h;tt, th is national
ciTacemnent wa1. the tilt imte1)8 outeon,c
of their it.ltry, especiully wheni wt
rcIlet t.hat aill ntions have gonle oI
will go the same way. And Yet We
cllnot presumle that, the punishtnent
was not visited upon them by (;od fot
t.h is siln. I"or ill it (;od's W ord, (
pecially the Old Testame11lnt, we set
Severer pe1nl1ties dIleno(inal'd agaIi nt
t,his trlllsgression than lny otlhers,
severer perhaps Liit igist alI oth:-rs.
ilut Home was not ctveu prufessiota.
iL Christian nation.
Our ovl beloved (olunbia is along
the foremost of Christiaul nations.
Witness her zeal ill pushing her con
duests for civilization and Christianit-t
with Iire and sword into foreign coun
trics. But for all this, it rivals some
in feelsome adulation of its heroes,
itmountin ig 501110 instLances to idolaL
try. lvery Wiar, howe ver insignificant ,
gives us a batch of heroes. Hionor is
due to those who litve the ability r id
patrlotism to ight their eotrutry's hN.
ties when they have jostice and right
with them. Washin,rton staids at the
head of Aieica's heroes. le was
justly honored it the healrtsof his conn
trymlen, and ilthough he soulfered young
girls to strew his patIl with flowers,
yet from what we learn of his eharacter,
he would have utterly condemned such
sycophancy is marked the visit, of
Dewey to our Capitol. Brielly col
parC those two men. What, IL mIlighty
chatst Separates them, both in the
cause for which they contended tn(1
the conscqueuec depending upon t,be
issues of the contlicts. A still greater
contrast between the t,wo men is quite
apparent, in the manners in which they
received the honors heaped upon otm
by ticr conttryfmieI. Washingt:onl
c(.uld have been king at one tim1e, hadl
be so desired. 1"roii app earan ces, i
woUid he the dcath of om' repihiic,
for t,he at,uion to olfer ia crown to Ae
n.i ral Dewey. Washington refuse.
and eould not be prevailed upon to ac
cept the cmoluments offered him by Ii
countrymen. Admiral Dewey take
everything offered and asks for more.
Where does this man appear whet
Compared to our own ice and Jack -
son? Witness what passed betwee
these truly great men after the b.ttil.
of Chancellorsville. The great virtu.
of modesty exists in every truly grer
cillcter, it Is the Savot' thereof.
truly great character could hardl.
have failed to have been moved to dis
gust by the puerile pigeantry whie:.
welcomed Dewey to Washington.
The hero-worship of men, whether
great, or SalL1, does not become a
Christian country. Let us suppose
that, instead of the anticipated arrival
of Dewey In Washington being her
aided over the country, that it had
been published that there was to be a
great gathecring of Chiristians at the
samle pla1ce for the puirpose of doing
honor to tile lowly Nazarine-the cor
ner-stone of Christianity--the stone re
ject,cd by the builders. Would there
have been such aL manifestat,ion of en
th1usiasmh? Who thinks thlere wouild?
WVe read of one triumphal entry of th is
"KCing of Kings, Lord of Lords,"' ir'>
the cap)itol of his own country. No one
has cycr' given a generally accepted
reason for this action of our' Lord.
Let that be what it mua3, it surely
serves as a sublime and scathling bur
lesqute back and forth through all eter
i ty on1 thlis custom of maln-worsh ip.
Be it understood thlat 1 dlo nlot enivy
tis great solder the honors which
have been "thrust upon1 I him."~ Oh,
no0, thle writer is entirely too hiumnble
for thIis. IHe is practicing tile occuipa
Lion comfmandled by the hlighl-born and1(
hionorable Yates (?) to his more hlumble
accuser, Outz--drawving a hntc between
the hatmes of a harnessed mule. Envy
atL Its Lutmost, swoops could neCver spanf
T1he writer Is sat,isfied that all this
para'kde about Dewey produces a sort of
quaLlmishness in every true hearted cx
Confederate soldier, exclusion of plum
An honest confession isialwaiys whloic
some and the undersigned -here con
fesses, LIh at in all, save thatL he0 believes
that It was and is the will of God1 that
slavery should cease, Is still a thlorough -
hy uinreconstructed rebel. Honortable
or dishonorable he expects to fill an uin.
reconstructed rebel grave. We cantnot
thoroughly and unreservedlly affiliata
with aL people( who denounced tile 8:
cred compact that Ield our country to
gethler inl IL prosperous condition
seventy years, as a "Leagu~e with the
Devil and aL Covenant with Hell." T r
such an Instrument is so liaIble that .
may be tr'ampled under foot and to
into shreds at tile will of aL fanatic"
mlllttitutde, and that without resistance,
what is to be hoped for In the istture of
constl,iutiontal liberty? Whoever sin
tile praise of Federal force and pow
in our struggle for constitutional lit.
erty must putL John Brown at the het '1
of their list of heroes, a brute fresuh
fr.m the bush in Kansas, with is hands
imbiuted in tihe blood of his countrymen
--a:murderer. Trhis man Is the ;hi
martyr to the glorious cause of p'acing
a bloemish on constitutional liberey.
These are some) of tile reasons why
can never be Lihoreoughly reconstructed,
arid this5 may, to some1 extent, prejudie0
my mind, against Federal heroes, at
well as the!ir con federate coadj utors
Dewey refused to becomie the Rtepub
lican nominee in the next presidentia
canvass. Did those who ogfered it L<
him expect him to accede to thoiu
wlishesY Would ot the refusal ot ti
doubtful honor t hi lette f t'
saneposition ait AeKinleyhas
his seeond tern Dewey may fitly I t
comparedl with . "hrnhinalstt
ability. lie is .dler (: tute, at ii
there lii:' ,eel vorale east at il
oulr n- %1)IVl -iy ro h sin('ld tliamv
away tl! e heai.i1, I-s(it t.h past., mal
try to of'etn and 1 cal its woinnls. I low
mulch have the I"'edct'als done in this
i orectie it?
It is I rue th a! at, a few ret u :.-(: IIio ,s:
hr ve 11en lrese-t who ec. rX l''-sed a
willin;gn,'ss to honor ihe ('olift"I ra.
(lead. lit they hav'e only- I onorn..
their L':avery. Ilono--in;g ww'E,e ti.y
could not, withhold honor, withou,t
derogat.ilg frotu their own. Where
the history I'.ihey hi ve ever writ,te Eit.
does fell jestive to the ('onfederOt :
cau11se or to ('onfelerate artts? 'TI'le-7
histories arELl- begilnil g to )eart fruit.
Altrea(dy there is begilning to aplpear
diVergecle in the sentliment of or )ro.
people with regari'd to this wIltr betVe( t
the States. Tihe getieration comi,"
after the war does not view it in t
samte light Eas the old Confederate.
In remnole g enerations, if somtetlhi
is nlot done to prevnlt, it our own E
pl Inay dEnolih the 11111Ine:
cIectedl to the tmelory of ou r' de'.
A. ort,1hern mn is not expected 1 -
give the world an impartial history
the stun ggle etweeetI the States. Nc: -
er do I believe it Sothern man coul1 g
us sucht a hIistory. Perhaps a 1 conm -
sion of completent, menI, ats nearly i
biased ats poshihlt -an eplal num1
fr"omn eac'Ii seet' ,: --eol(1 give us a b -
tory which would b fair to hot-lh No
anl South, and wh ich could be adop
nItl ac teitt'ed as a text hook Nort,h :
Mouth. 'This wodd 1gio futhet tr tow:
a real reeoncil iat'nt than anytl ilg (
and the result w. 1d be asting1.
AlEl O)1(l 1Rely.
on or an ottiu :[e (innt Curet(it ' ct
ly son has t~en troubl.'d for ye
ut ith IhOnlic ii:n-rota. Suonetimue I
I persuadedtim 111 o (4 ake somle
('hamnhrlain's I'41ie, (lholerar:
D)iarrh< 'i% 1,1-m1 I (y. After using i,
bottles of the 25-1 lt si e lie waS i it
I give this to I . onial, hopit' so:
one similarly all a'- ed niay read it a
lie benefittll.- ".o111's C. Ilowe;
(leue ', 0. Fr - le by W. E. 'elhat
'1i't: ' E) 1.:ASi.
M.tle b.y Jotnl C : -t1 1 i-) r" 11(1 In3t" Ni
liv(u<lre(l '. ( r l Y't to II.I
Newberry hits leasehold, il co -
mn1.1 with some . le citizens, on e1 -
tain real estate - which a clailmal"
bobs up) ontce in hile.
One of these , . a ants was in the
city yesterday to ':ing up the matt.er,
and in his clse, as in all wevious i -
vestigations of the leasehold, he went
away satisfied with the way the matte.'
The leasehold embraces the two
acres which comprise the public sq -at.
The lease was made by John Coate to
Phlilemionl Watters and)1 other oflicers of
the county courtt, the inist,'rment, bearI
ing date of t,he 8th of September'. I1'8::,
having been made for nine bunldr. d
and nlinety-ninle year's. Tis1 lot ,to
hLnd, which is nlow t,he p)ublic squar'e,
was given foi' the purilpose of bttldiing a
court.houlse, jail, and for other pl)!ic
Iuses, by John11 Coate.
TPhe Sulpr'eme Cour t hats decCided the
validity of the lenschold in a cert,..inE
ease bErought to reover dlower ini t e
prlopeCrt,y, but som11 of the CJoate fall y
no0w and thCen hciar albout the old Ie: -,
and not knowing tile Ilngth of its ter--'
come to Newber'ry and make an inv -
tigationi and1( all wtit,h the samte r'esult,
wals tile case yester'day.
The miembiers~ of tihe Coate family
not alone in thinking t,hat thei Ile - -
waVis madei totr IL hund1(red year~s, En ')
is not, generally known that It, has in
centuries yet to rnn . it would al aL
man11 to reachl the ntiZt ot Mlethuslah to
catch upi with it.-Observer'.
No Itighat 13) UIgIEEOica.
Thle womiani who is lovely Ii nice,
formn aind totepe will allwy hat8 11ve
fieinds, but onte whlo woulId tmn allra:r
tive tuist k-eep heir health. IfC she i
weak, i'ickly atitui al ruin dtown, . lhe
w ~ill be i'ervo ,s and Irriitable. I (sI -e
ha~s constlpation or1101 kIdneiy trotible, lI -t
Iimpmetl blood wilI (cause plimi.4 l
bkuothes, skin erit pdionts and( aI wrote! '
comp1 Ilex 1on1. Electric 1iljers 1s the
besIt medliino ini thle world to r'egub!
stomacih, liver and1( kineys and( to pIi:
fy t he bic )d, I t give I strontg nlerve 9,
brIght eyes, 51moo'thl, velvi'y skin, I-li
01)mp lexilon. It will miito a ge -
13ookilg, chaiitrningt womanIE of a rni:
dIowny invaulid. On)Ely 50t c2'ets at.'
M t IIIIIt1).
MaLrried on S -liay last, by I hev.
S. 13. F'ord a' ihe h:ome ot Mr'.
P'arket,on inl \s - st IEndl, Mr t. HI.
Clamnp, of ClinEtIa , andi 'aliss A unie .
Sims, of Newvbe- -y Counity.
i. oi 11( O lit AD 10000,
Baatl Blood 3:?i-es IBlo and1( HM:1
DIseases, Eru. -, s, Pimple1s, Ser-' :i
Ia, EtinEg Sor-", (Jleers, Cain'er, Ecu
mali, S'kini Mcalb-' Erut ills and1 le s
on CIhlldren, It e umtitsmi, ( 'atarrh,1
Itchling Humiyoi. tcIC., a positive Sper
ciftic cure Is touo' in11 B. B. B. ( notaniue
Blood B aim,) thte moost wonderfuil blood
pi'fier' of t he age. It hans alwvy
culredl even the mlost, deep neatedl, pe(r
slstenit eases, after dlotrs 111n3 patIEnt,
meidicinies had all filed. Ih. B. a
cures by d1rivin-t outl of tIle lilood I he
p)oIins andl htumiors wh Ich car-o all1
these troubl)es, and1( a cutre Is thbus melIi
Ithat Is permn u'. -t. Conitaba, as llood
P~oison, prod0it-Icing F'ru tltin' MHwoll'en
-G(lanlds, Uilcerato'd Tjoroil and3( Monthi,
Etc., cur'ed by H. B. H. At drue'rgists,
$1* pe-r largI) bot) thl; six lairge botlt les
(full treatmlent) $5. Wriuto for Frtee
T'rial Bottle, which will be selnt by r'e
turn mail. Medical advice Farm.~n Ad.
dresn BLr,nn BLM . Co. Atla nt, (Jl
And all kinds of
See our special Plush
Capes, $2.50 to $5.00.
See our line of Jackets
$3.00 'o $10.00.
See our marked down
Dress Goods for bar
gains among them for
See our 428 Black
Ribbed Hose, extra
heavy extra value.
See our IinW 1 ail ' Iler..
Sp ecia.l he-avy Peee iinei
, 0 'r Se. ( Ot(il g, si lc'l.,
<'isl Va'1 d O c r thle iric .
see ol li' lle Illlasks with
%.Jpkills to mlatch.
We .ll'(: 811XitOs to SIOW y O11
l'Oliglu 0111' St,0e(l:. I'vcry (le
l'tnilellt, i lip to Ile 1isi;.l1
\Vo promnisro you polito att(ention,
elitblo g0oos att pr1ices as low ts cnu
Jo ma10('. \\o (1o not soll shlo<1(1y
,0(18. W\'o (10 sell good clean mer
chauldisr, and ask you to look in on
us1 whtilo doing your I)eemontber shop
1ng- Yours tuly,
TATE l01" SOUThI CAlOLINA
COUNTY OF NICV1 itifiY---1N
Sarah U1. Mallet t, 11at t1 .1. Sloan and
.lohn iC. Iliiatfaere, P'lin ils1h, agin isi
1izbh.11. Norri1s, 1'enry13 A rchi i
Soa .ohn Ci (i Sloa .' AlIbert E
Sloan i, Benijamiiin Ih. Sloan, haute
A. S1l' n, Bart~ M\. Sloani, Emmaiiz H
Walson.j Annie WVilsoni, F"rank) WVilsor
Sunions for lIlief.
Tlo Ithe 1Defendanits aibove namled:
Y Ol01 A I M I'11l'l1\Cl SUJi'
thel co1iplitii ini Ihis action)1 of which
at copy is here withl ser'v((I upor
you, and to serve a copy of you
ansIwGl t - the ;. id Cinl)int on [|M
C oUI urt1i.is, South Cariolinma, wtithii
twenty dia'is aftOr theo 4er.vice her -of
exeliIve oif the d (ay of such ser vice
ini this action will apply tV o lhe Courl
for the relief diemantlded inI11 C,h cin
Da.ted Newberr'y, H. C., INovenibhc
I II1UNT' & IIVJNTl,
Tlo 1110 1 -fend .0ts, IIenriy A rehhii
S'oun,, ThIorr.:is WVilsoni, Annieo WVi
40-1, Franik WVils.on and1 Alice \VIIson
Take n( 111ut ic Iht the001 coplabiat ini the
aibove entitle aO ct OWion was 1 iledin till
WVTeo of ti'e0 Clerk of the( Cour t of Com1
mon01 l'-rs for Newblerrv C ount3
on the Ti1rd (day of Noveniber, A. I)
.809. Il [JNTI & 11 UNT!,
W M IIAVI I1I',N O1L i'NG ANI
IOl rntrking Nw Gv(oods, for t',pa
tore is Hpa'ck(ed and1( jananliledl with New
I''all GCoods, and1( wO ar*0e er to tell 301
Ihat we neUver alilow ouirselvyes to be un1
iersohl)Ii by any~jone, qua1i Ity of gooth
CLOTHINC AND HATS.
Alen's suit. of Clothes *or $1., ort)Vl
1.0! Men's4 .sits1: of (lot hies for $5.00)
v'orth $5 50- AlcI's4 sits or ('lIothsc: foi
(.00 . wor t.h $10.00; I loys' sitsif' of ( lIothe(
or' $1.00, wort,h $1.0; lI u0 su its 0
(othe Us for $1.2 andt 1 $1.50, w oth $2. 00
p y' suits: (of ('lothe s forp $2' 00. worth.
c.X, -100. and1( 500. IL pair. lIig lot (0j
MenI's Extra l'at , all s izeS, att hllf t,i
prlieO you1 pay3 fo.- thern0 at ither la Uces
M\en's I Ii ts, alil kinids and1( latest, styles
SHOES! SH OES! SHOES!
We haivo themil of alhl ind and] til th<
A big lot Ladies' JackCts iat frorr
$2.50 to $7.00). A hig lot Ladles' CJapet
at fromi 50c, to $7 50-l'luish, Clot,h and(
We can show on0 (of the 0 esCt anfl
Largest Stocks (If New Deicss Goods ir
Newhery, and ait just Ilalif the Prie<
you1 paty for t,hem aLt other stores. Yot
will only ho -e money for yourself if yoi
dlon't, see us (on Dr~ess Cowds this seasHon
New I ,os Ti'ir elngs, Velvets, Silks
Kimbrlobleny, Lice and (Lli b tbons.
Comui to) see us5 often. No trouble fo
1u1 to s' ow g(ods.
CO].3 'lnri c1. Ti33r05E.
Mini S 1,cct, Nc w berry 3, S. C.
ONI O.v onST+rOwu
Of ille Collliioll of The Ncwllcrry Saviiigs
BN of NcwliuTy, 8, C., at the Close
of Bilsilluss S8lllt1lllcr 30, 1899. Plll
1lilcl ill Colifoliiity with all Act of I o
Ucilcr al Assc1ul,ly,
lii s recei ablc .- .. --.... -. $11 ,7.17 57
I c)nls.8.........."2'2 .10
'urnitui 'e aid i 'ixtin' .. 1,3001 00
I)ue froin other ;a s........ ::130:; :3
('Olleeti in aC Oult ....... 101 75
()('rdra":fts ::e(nre<I andi uni
Cash on hand.................... .:,23; 97
Ial BI 11,'1T i :s.
Capital...---------................. $i0,000 00
I'rulits IhS. cxl cnses p aid... 11,101 :(
)iv"idenIs nn ah(............... :183 00
Cash ier's check out
Iifnk depl,osits...... :35,S06 s1
Its . ......... . .. ,5 :; 21 --r121 ,625 18
1 ill: 1ay%able............... ;;0,1: :3 . 3
I eironally al,pFard.(1 before i, .1. .
j orwoodt(. l'a hir (if ahm'\" inmd
anL wbin;; dily sworn. says the
ahll(~ u-lnetL is orrtI, Ito the best
of his kInowdI''(gc ant(l helief.
.1. I-. NOI)\WOO)D, ('ashier.
Swoiirn toi heforc tue this t.hird day of
( )ctoher. I89.
W . C. TIn.,:, Ifr,. S.
A \t('.: N. I'. FOR S. (.
. 11N 1 i~ u .I >I i.- i
I;. C. 1d\lrruI:ws .
I:'u-y Indi:u Baskets inl
a11 (Io:igIhS at the
Chit i s Tree(' liniskets.
Clot hes 1>ask eI.
(':1Ily (and lruit li,skcts.
(llice li' 5skesI.
A ny kind and any price.
We have Dolls_ from 1c. up
See out' Toy \vin(ow display.
We arv r'ceiVing and open..
ing up ewt goo Is (very (lay,
Elveiyt hintg Sol clheap.
SixTholaiid Ell !
Hix. ' Thousalnd D ollars of D)ryGod
I N (tion1s iatl Shioes, thalt. zunust be
cloised1 cut iefore D)ecenber 31st.
- hi\o i'.ui otic'e-lhl hals been1 rc
cei v<:1 fr'om the lllIl1 mana.u1re"s an td
jlobbers wihthill the last 30() day3s. The
fact. i', thet et - ra st ock is new und
enolulghi ahmi) e f1irst cost. to) wny the
Ox dense04 of' ,; lrekeing. 'I lie ques..8
(ion Is, wheier y'o.l will pay 25 to
50 per' centi. profit to ) theris or buy
hereo 11 chnr. Th'Io stock( conlsists oIf
a. grea many11513 tin gs you want11 and(
bou(il I hasiteni t.o takeo ad(valnge of
Dress Goods, Silks,
Satins, Bleached Shoot
ings, Tickings, Cotton
Flannels, Wool Flan
Collars, (Jtffs, Suspen
ders, Umbrellas and
COME dl SEE MS OFTElf
Newher'ry. S;. C., Novetmber 31, 18t9.
MY LINE OF
All aro inlvited1 to comino and~ ox
amfinlo myl stoelt.
Main stroot, Newberry, S.' C.