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'T'he I riti atnI News rxl't'etIs evt.''
liubs'rtih l' to pay somle, billn-- oil is lIb
SeripIt.inn, if it is not pa id in ad tval:t
itreutly, betweent this tilne and tiht rn't
of the yeart. We do tnot want to bc' is
appoiited. We nceed the noion v. I)
not, wnait for sotne ott to bint you III
atuil lillnt you, but if yon owe for yout
paper, walk troundtti tot ie ttlire anit
show youir itl,l ret'it ion by m:alhin;, payt
tm''nt. tl l i s hIlt ;=utlit'cient Iolicet' tt
i'very tielintln tt.
\Ve spentT a ' k'lllilcs. ivin~. ihay thi:
yea' in It gooti old city of har('t'leston
We were ilai to note the prog"ress ait
t'vidernce of a\"wakenting in, ht' old city
''Ie w hole Stat should feel inltler
in ('iilston and we believe if til
ienoIle of tihe Statet' generat'illV rotilh
tol.,r to know Charleston and her p eto
p e better, they would appreitet then
itiore. We would like to ste C'hares
ton prosper, and the pwople of the ' ity
and the rest of Ilit' State )et in elose1
touch with eaeh other, and tihe bt'st wit
to bring it. itout, is to heconmne iette
'I'he occasion of outr visit the pas
week was the invitation to the (;overtn
oi atII party to lie presentl at the reviev
of thei Charlestoni militia by the (;o\
truor and lstill' and the inn--pettion b;
tte Adljutant Gerntral. TIhe' ;ovetrnor"'
pltly went. to tharle ston on \\'Ine is
dayi via tlie .\t ilntie t 'oat I.ine, ant
thetil t down Ias It very lreasan
''h' II li litia was out in fllt fo rt' aiut
Inittdi a '_oodt appell'uatnier, antd wts ucom
p lint'utt'd by the j.\Ijutant. trnral.
'I'he r'teeptItion giv'rn tile (iov'rno
waIts vey gratifyini to Ilt it andii hi
friendils. lie is a l'hurlestounian h'
b't irt andl thie ('hitrlt'ston I e opler on thii
orra"ioti sp a'td no painl- to 'how a<
c'xplress tht'ir app1 lrt''illtiun of him
'I'h r'ec''lption was such as only tht
t'ha'bston titop le know howv to i te
htarty, whoi-."onlIed1 and gnial.
W\\' Iatte it visit to the Isle of I'aliim
fOr tht' irst Itin sinte this rt'sort hia
heetn oplend. \\'r were delighted am
surprised for ii' had no id'it therte wit
suih a charming rte'.ort in out Stit,
inittd se' easy of tterss. \\'e 'see In t a
son Why this resor't sh1all not heeotn
it- tont lo h atr on th' Athbuit c'o;as
for it is rrrtainly the' Iml. st charmin,
and t het're is no 'eacth alny where t
equal it. .\ll that is nrrrssarv is for i
to beote k now n. The elect rie nott
lieaiimI to it, of courst' after ou rt'eacl
the island b)iy boat, is onr of the best wl
havt evern seen. A ud it is owntnid larger
Chiatrleston nteeds atninthier tdaily trtail
overt te Souttthen't or Coastit ,Inne to thu
utp eoutry' via Newvhetrry. The Southi
tein niowi opie.rates an double ndaily ser'vie
betwieent Char'lestont aind *obiuuhlia atn
it. dots sneemi an easy mtattert to n'o at
ratnge sehetdules thait the' double dali
tiotlt hei putt otn hbetweent Cohtnuiahi an
G reenwtood, fort that. is the only ga
over't which~ thertet is on' lyn' daily ant
tine sam te seheduit'li raet ic'ally that haz
been in foree si nce the road was binlti
Now, that. Charleston is wor'king u
aund endtleavorintig to ut iv ate he coun'ii t
trny 'oulslins intlii thip eonitryt', we woul
tie gladt to see hetr busine--s men an
her?t tnewspaper's help u~is to get closert'
them byv detmanding 01r asking then r'ai
roads to give us a double daily servie
btwieen (Chatrleston anid thn uip c'Our
try-b. Nothitig would help) muore to gc
uts closer' togtthenr. A miorni ng trai
leavig Charleston about 3 o'clock ain
runninutg th rough GIreenville wouldi su
us and then otne goig downi earl ieri
t he mor'ning. Or we would be sati:
tied with almost any' aragmet
we had twno trains a dlay, tot' the road
would trun them sutfieiently' far apai
to give uts an oppotun'ttiity to go an
cotme quicker. In this age time
valuable, and a man does not c'are
spoil a week to got only a hundtre
muile's fromt home to attend to busines:
Will not Chatrleston help on this iinc
We hen"d while in the city' and the
we have obser'ved in the newspatper
that Charleston is to have a c'arndidat
for' Congress fr'om tier distr:ect W
have wotnder'ed manty tines why Chai
lesitoni wa.s so gZenrouis as to let l3eali
fort. havne the 'ongret'nssmanit for' so ion
whten she had~ thme votes aind a larg~
prtoport ton nif t lie inte'rest, \\'e hav
no diotubt Col. 10lliott has madec a gou
congr'essmnan, butt ite could ntot have thi
interest in Charliestoni that. OneC of hen
own wotuld have. It is stated t hi
8~tate Sentator' .os WV. B3arnwell is t
enter the race, and if he does, we hav
ito doubt he will bie elected, lie is
ver'y useefuli member of then State Senat
and is a lawyer of ability. If electedt
cngress, lhe w.dl tmanke ai valuatbie men
bor of that body, for he Is able, faithft
to qvery trust, anmd conscientIous an
fearless in the dischar'go of dity an
the advocacy of what he believes to b
rig'ht. We hope he,will be eleo ted.
Alt.ogether' the ti*lp toChiarlestoni wa
a ploeaan pne, There atre few peopi
who kn# i ho to enitortain ast do Lb
The~ Ohar Aento pol shoulid poll
a~e~10 bt)o do. With
end i 'u . \ .Il .\. ('I1.liSI ', M r.
I ) 11 .t t enport'1t ielt? .\; t'. t'. i, v it Iai t eh
11' of rur1' coi tt'Inpoiari s Iitve
Iiontuderest l ti Itile arks n nrtst
litre". \\'e' ti idI not ntitll to t t neil t
:i" ttitI 1 t' lltdorsi li_ tIht l akin g or th1e'
u1 n111 of them , stit. we simly tid if at
nu dec . lttidedi to ntitkt and1 wear 1 t,bemtl it
otld he i t L t'al better to ollc
nIta d sf y Si ii it to attolnl t t1 denlly
iIt. As, 1o t1 he 01 iIoSophy of tho (luus
Itiolt lIII'lt' is not ll o iut' iIIt 1 Iet hllli no
muort'p teI ritil slhntl I atrhedI to
wearing a breastplat than to rlr
Ii a l ri tse t oL( o o ne's person .
"T1hr. lattler is ia at ition of statute law
wthie l'thero is no latwv Igainst the
if i l iof hts it ;:rt 'vt anle ag ainst,
anoth th' Im nanly wvayo is to meet, him
An 'tqua t rils ant hav it, out, like
mn. \\'o t not approve ither the
brtistl late or t.h. te'a(lI Weapon ron
In the ret'snli t status of public oplin
ion in ii.is tititt t m tn ennot outliv
the welarii g of rlit or plat,e whil the
enl.ryinIIg of vonuraledi dlelyl weaptlon5
seheminl to bit ai adee ofonor.
As ' Iie I er t iisti nguisheiti gentle
mal y ti htuie ith d yit tI re aitre t,w'O
thtigs (.he people of t,hia.State.nver
f,irg tt if t.hey do forgiv . O nr'is for at
u'nn to Show the white ftather wvhent
the test i nes Inti tht' other is to vio
ltt' it trust, or t onli el ice. The Ii il
wvho dots either nlyV ais well seek ret
Iirein ent an i'teitavot" to ke h mself
a ltit'th frol t t liblie view i l tossi
hlt' for to do so will had to his pIac of
sout1. T1'he' plt,ting oil of armor plate ad te rnu' o lsl n takt;
your ht'ne'In ' is consit ere t it s evit'lnte,
la.ck of courage illtani Iv vimrd it is not.
far wrong fot' it. is ta kiIi _ ativatntage: of
\our i tlanon-ist alleI 1 b itrvt nitn will
I\'e at v e tseetl vtit' ieills Ilat ll.-S silig
f;e'st-'tl as lossil u ' iatiILes for ( ov
ti ilr next y etr. \\'it hoti, d i tsparaging
the 'liaitis of the wortiy geitiemenl
who aspir to the ollie, this nteIsapietr
t'x11t'tts to supp11ort M\ It. .\IOeiweetn(y
fol' re-elect ionl. South ('arolina I.xvel.
hlad a Iire o( ' linore intleend it. ov
t'ut'tn( . ili is frie'niy to all, but we;rs
li t)n t1'- tollat'. t t dlost't. stop to en
utlire' b hrir lit' ktohe like 1 iaw, or laws,
bunt rt'cti liis to itnf.irt'e' i th iemt a t, witIl
ontt pefr enchi 'e to his own likes r dtlis
lik s--if het' has a y. 'he irinter , ov
'l'oi u, ti to this time', has voome up to
ill ( ith e l Iet it elits, aal the P tress and
ltunnlr will standl byv him in the next.
clecttion..-:\bbheville I'rr,s andl lIanner.
1, R . OI . 11t t.0t1 tig.it)
pt,ttit arI t IFie.
llad llood causess Mtood andrt o Skin
niiases, l'.rualtions, P'imples, erofut -
tl,' Ea.tigI PAes IM er., Cancerit, F,ize
tu t]i's ti(hi htlt'n, 'heumat tsm, t'tarh
i hngutm's,etl oa.,l e a pik ostivs
- ftie . enei (fu.' n 1. 1 . (ower anic
purtir o2l' the agied t has ahlwaysin
eutetv the mnitofst de seated Mer
sis;ent eases, hfernI .toetrnd paltenOt.
medicins enad :-.tlti fie, 1a. u.g.
hadre by drivilng out' of the bofd thet
poisns d humr kownrs which iause hail
trhat ir pemnenii tt ContgIoues lied
w'as ont,o h producing rpion, anwollen
s Fie., eurTe by 1. ev. . Aew druggst,
S ra tidtl. Nhc w~iill bet sen h we
- turn nvel. MedicalI adilwilo Fan. Ad-l
1.attick 'of nd i ldrien'.Ils dackets'irg
wued ' ,f hcta in tenwY rtkt cost,. nta
-~ f t0.. iittt. occ . iS. i spiwrito
eahof Normanolie ~'t tE l.a,
SNorman F.itee Ln was d u bornlJazn
n te'v ur 2n. 1s, joied thek hirc un-r
~dter thearnitry oft ithe Re. it M.n'
herabham when1 g oy iee ywas fully
niwiHe af bee as grealt ouatie~ re havin
Sderee toever koen' ant tldarial mh
r orheawtite. hI' It owthe lt it. aS he
. waon ofm th t submiud ith andmpa
d itin askerhrn if ee knuld trn last
CSatioray tovemboe lied he wauld
werhe wase but yearen1, motand \ndavs
v beth natbhed awa'loc u. le t is bspii
htoke it isifitfon tohie lo1 'ground
of wsorrw,to lve itkh too goolyt bne
0 omnwsawy kinditar.a obigng
detht hati butremared i wn'
e wmr afraidl g to. Hdaneent, fy
awa rie ofhi conditin fall expesld ar
or arer fhomes," and tod spek andh
caer e wthed mhert o wth tom plant
s evyold state Jeuold o with himr,
e bundw aredlad to stae could itrisnt hs
e waihr th fwhicho his repiednity tould
hae w m7oyea, 10xmniel an usdas
ald.I seems grai isa lor tie youn ti
Shumle killissio to oHde ofwho i"to
T'his is aotlher big iitemi. il'rosperity
I ' 1 o1c1 j+a hint! Slowly, I It lieve, or at,
eat I hoper "o.
\Ir" -1. I,. Ii)Iuhvaru has pt,t one
wek1s wtorlk on his road this year, and
he celrtainly hits it in apple pie order.
If every roI d oterl"see"r wouIl do as he s
has, it. woubltl lie tore be"nelieial to the
I niB>ot writing these :top>ia lots to
inv'eloite alny in the least, atndl I hope t
tle reer will not untderstald le that,
wt"ay, but there ite some spots of road
in thltis c(ourntry that, is partileutlarly bad, a
tiud e fore wintr is out will be amost
ini1assibhie. Now this year will soon "
bht gone, not only this year. but a celn
try-one hundred years- will s8on ex
p)ie. So don't let at nw ee ntuttry latclh
1)u' roads inl such shape. WVe ought to
take rare of ourl old collntry, and tl is is
at big step towards dolig so.
Air. Walter lerbert, has baled for
hilself severat hulndred hales of hla,y "1
1Ir. It G. IGteagin will make his home
in 1000 at, Att. WVillint , altltla e"onunty .
WeI w ish for' him)I a prosperIouls ebmange.
\' l'he ladies around here elehrat,ed
'I'llanksgiv inrg Iay at the hospitable I
homnes of Nirs. 1. Il. Iloulware, having a t
ml is+ionu-Cy mieceting in the aIftern:+on 1
and giving thank olfering.
Nlts. L,ula1 Longl and .daughter, Miiss
I ec4sie, sp)ent last Tu'iesdlay with Mir. .
uW . I.ong, Jr., of Silver Street. W ill
Ii kes hiis ne.w home at Silver St,reet,
very luchl. lie says the nieighhbors are
good to him.
'1r. O. W. ILong and his si tcr", MisS
Ilessie, were the guest of I1ev. Tiller's
family last Sunday night.. They re
iport at delightful visit,.
MIr. 1\taurice Tiller will come out
Saturday to hunt, with his friend, l).
\V. Long. We wish for him in advance
it )leasfant t.ilce.
Ilmlor says that. there aro eighteen
coul)les to get married ill in the Trini
ity section this fall. ''hati is the place
to find out what love is, I imagine.
\Ir .1 ill loulware an(d Mr..1 in Ellair
have made themlselves a present of -a
MIr. Ar'thur h'oy is u) in Nos. ( and 7 1
Townshl ps this week remodeling stoves.
NIrC. John)1 1'. ILon)g, of Saluda( 1 Co., has
at yard of the finest lumber in this coun
try anywhere, btIng tho heart, of mreeop
Ii conclusion, let inc ask all the dot
writers to come forward with a good
nt'Wsy letter. We all enjoy realing
them A ULtpia lad.
Nov. 7, 1O9..
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once eve three minute-:.
he kidneys are your .
blood purifiers. they fil
ter out the waste or r
- impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
Je' m their work.
_- Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
----a - blood, due to neglected1
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady1
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-wvorking in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
if you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp..Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the tuost distressing cases
and is sold on its m oits
by all druggists in iuity
cent and one-dollar siz- ,1
es. You may have a '
sample bottle by mail nlomo of swamp.noot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilnmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
.FINAL NOTIoN -
ALL4 PE~RSONS-WHIO HAVE NOT
' paid their' Tlown' TaLxes are here
by nlotilled that a penalty of ten pec'
cent, will be positively added after
Friday, the 15th day of December,
By order of Council.
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Cierk anId reasurIer'.
L.L PE'SONS HOLD41NG
ela.ciiims against, the Town of New
Berry areC hereby notified to pr'esent the
51amei on or before Mlonday, the 18th
clay of D)ecembe r, 1899.
By order of Council.
J1NO. C. GOGGANS,
Clerk and TIreasurer.
W ILL SELL4 ON FRIDAY ~
tthe 22nd(day of D)ecember, 1899,
at tihe latte residence of Thomas MI.
Hltntz., deeased, near' Walton), New
heirry County, S. C , the personal prop.
erit belonlging to the estate of the said,
deceasied. consisting of Muies, Cows,
Hogs, Farmingi Implements, One Wag
on, Two Biuggies, C'or'. Fodder, Hay
aind Hlous.hold and Kitchen Furniture.
TIermls of Sale: Cash.
NEL''TlE E HIENTZ, Admix.
and CLAl.EN(CE L. I11'NTZ, Adme.
December' (, 1899
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
NTOTICE IS HIEREIIY GIVEN
itha t an Election will be held on(
Tuesday, the 12th day of D)ecembe,,
1899, In the Council Chamber, in the I
Town of Newberry, 8. C., for Mayor 1
and Aldermen of the said Town, to a
servo for one year.
The pol1s will be opened at 8 o'clock a
a. m1., and close at 6 o'clock p. mn. e
Tihe followiug named persons will I
serve as Ma agers of Election, to-wit: I
1). W. T. K ~ber, 8. 8. Langford and I
G. S. Nolan d. t
Bly order of the Town CouncIl.
0. B. MAYER, Mayor. a
JNO. C. GOGANS,
e- & er Tr. n. N.
.1. Gihon aL4 A('ln of NeI!ic .ones,
il t(11 ill',
Ja:. li. Chiary et aI., Iefendlant+.
, O()I) It ( )l' (C)UOT; I \\'IlI.2
sell to the highe,st, hhllder), before
le court honlse ;it,\Newtber"I-y, S. C., on
dleday in Jlanuna-y next,,
All that tr"act.or r-rel of land situ
to in the count.y of Newberry and State
f South Catolina, eontaininlg two hunl
red and t wentycr a .-es. Ir 'or less, and
otlnth-ed by II. I.'. Iiouzer, tleeca
lendrix, .John It. Sp earmnm .nd Wber.
Ids of Jas. It. C lary.
Tersn of Sale: ()ne-third cnsh, hal
neu on a ere(it, of one and two years,
'1th interest, fromn day of csale, to he se
tred by bond of piurChaser and ,not
a)ge of IIrem1ises sold.
I'i'rchas . to pay for papers and'it
tae 1 s.
W. 1). IHARD)Y. Ali l' aster.
Altaster's Olliee, Dee. 5, I8!J9.
(liliford Snowdell ,t al., Plaintifi's,
"11- Al- Johnston(', E;x., et., at., D)efend
[ JI1)14It OF ('O1lt' 11EII1IN
1 will +ell to the thigh(nt bidder, be
ro the court house at Newberry, S.
-., oin saleday in .January next,
All that 10' of htand in the town of
ewberry, South Ca"olina, contning
wt'enty-MIx oue-hundtred(tihs of an acre, (
nol3re or 1e88, fronting on Philip Street
11d1 otherwise bounded by lands of
Wil .lonesuantd 1). 1I. WheWel(r.
Tern of Sale: One-half casah, bal- I C
neek, payable In one year, with interest
Iomt day of sale, to bt. secured by bond
f pu irchaser and mllorigago of p1retnlises Q
'1rchaser to pay for papers and
W. ). Ii A RD1)Y, Master.
Alaster's 01llec, D>ee. 5, 9i9g.
le Scot tish-A merican Mort gage Com1
1 any. limitel, Plaintifl, F
\. J. Olbson, A(dili., &r., Lula I. Lng "
et al., Defi'ndants.
[)Y OlIDER 0OF(' COUllT I WVL fL "
1 sell to the hi,;hrst bidder, lefoue
he vourt house at Newberry, 8. C!., on r
alleday3 in .13anuary3 nextI,
All that Irat or phrntation of land
ituate in Newberry County and State )
foresalid, containliog one hundred and
lfty-seven and one-h1lIf acres, mour; or
,, and bounded by 11nds1 of the IM
.!te of ltabellat Blair, Dr. D. A. Can- d
1on, Fr1an k Ring and (eo. M. I ong.
'erms of Sale: OL'e-third ensh, bat
111(O III one and I wo years, wit h1 inter
-t from day of sale, to bie -et'tnred( by
)ond, of prchasoer and mortgalgo of
>rijmseH so:d, with leave to atici
itte p1atymneit ill wlole or1 inl pat t.
Purehaser to paly for papers and
WV. 1). H!AltIDY. MIast('r.
Masltter'l Olilce, Dec. 7 I: !1)1.
Javid A. liuft in his own rivrht an4d as l
Ad n., &e., Plaintill, e
se11ct,rv ('aldiwell et al., I)efentdants. i1.
YOtI)EhI OF COUR1T"' I WILL
3sotl ito the his-best t i(dder before
hle court house at Newberry, 8. C., ( n
ateday in .binnarttly nlext,
All t1hat3 t r-:ct of land sinat e in New
crry Cour' ' and State of South (aro
inn1, eolm.aiing twenty- tive neres,
10re or less, and bounded by launds uof
h estate of 'P. S. I oin^st, Mrs. .1. B.
.outa and the ' home place."
Also, all that tract of land situate in
lhe county13 and3 S ate aforesaid, known'1 (
is the "hlomie plce,"' cont1 Jining t wo)
11und1redl acres, more or 1c's, and3( bound-4
:4d by lands1 oIf T. V. Wicker, Dra31 ton
Kinaird, the sa:id I wenty-flive ac341re t1
11d( by the CoIubi rohZI3. dI. di
Also, tall that3 traIct situate inthe er'C
'011unt nd SItate afor aid, conta'ning
lIrty acr , more or 1 s, and3( bounded13
33y innkds of (A. (A. I)eWalt, D). T1. Liv- $1
nlgsto) 1 and1( 1land1s beloiginig to the w1
hIildrI3en oIf 01lenn Metta".
Also, ali that1 other tract of land sit- ft
3ate in coun1ty3 and3( State a for4-aid, con)1- (4
..inling two 131undr .33nd sixty taer ', 11
more or I: a, and bounded12: by ias1 of $:
130 estate of 0. A. CounIts, C. (3. D -. 2:
Walt and1 olthers. This tract ni'ay~ be 3
10old 1in 1 wo or mor0e lot , if so0, p31a' -of p1
01ame wvill be 0on exhibition on day13 of LV
T1erms of Sale: Onie-l hird enioh, bal
1ince on a credit of onie and14 two y'e -r8 b4
r'ith inIter 1 from (13ay of sale; credit.
portioni to be seeni .bIy bonid of 1p13- g
3h113er a11n ortgage of p)remIises sold(.
Purchaser to 1pay3 for papers3F and11
W. D. IHARDY.' Master. L
M a' .;e, Dec. 5, 1899.N
[1u13a 1 u tn, Tfhos. M1 Briggs et al., d
Nanie L. Cromier, Defenldant.
I3 Y ORDER OF THEr CJRCITl 14
001cour1 I ll sell to the0 highest b)1d- C
Ier, before the court house atl Newber
y', 8. (.., Onl saI4ley ini Jan uary nex I,
All that planltaition of 11and4 8 111a1e in -
hie counIty of Newberry and3( State oif,
0outh1 Caolina11, con3ta1in ig Iwo hun31
Ired and3( u,ixty aicre , moro14 or a 4,31and
ale of John and WVilliami Duckeit, am1l 1
ithers and1( 1by Enoree43 rivr.'~
TPermis of sale: Onle-third cash1, bal
nee4 1in 4one anid tWO wo yers, wIth iter
81 from (lay of sale, secured by Ithnd of
murchiaser and)1 mo30 tgage of premlils
Purchaser to pay for papers anld
W. D). H AflDY, Master.
Master's Oflice, Dec. 7, 1899.
bhe National11 Bank of Newhberry, So uthi
lIexan1der Sligleton ando Ellen M. La Y'
F"ar, D)efendants. a11
D Y ORDER OF COURT, D)ATED) (<
November 4, 189)9, 1 wIllisell to the0 tu
tighiest ildder, before (lie court hou3se ('x
t New berry, S. C., on saleday' in Jan- all
tary next, / wi
All that 11 1. of landi In the tow1n of 113
fewberry, Stat of South.1 Carolina, f'i
ontaining one-half acre. more or less, pl1
(3d bounded by3 Pratt street, St.
43uke's EpIscopal church lot, the Pres. 23
myterian church lot and MicMorris
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bal
nee in 03ne and two years, with inter- To
stfrom day ofsBale, to be secured by
>1o(1 of purchaser and mortgage of
'remlses sold, The buIldings oti prom
3es to be Insured and policy assigned a b),
3 Master, oil
Purchaser to pay for pape 's and flu
tamps, J n1
W. D. HARDY, idastere 18f
Master's oOn, nDee. 8in8no
o EM BEHU
if 111 N
nd all kinds of
See our special Plush
apes, $2.50 to $5.00.
See our line of Jackets
3.00 to $10.00.
See our marked down
)ress Goods for bar
ains among them for
See ouir 428 Black
ibbed Hose, extra
eavy extra value.
See our line Lalics' Unler
Special heavy . n ion Suit.
Special Iieavy Fleece Liined
See our 8e. Outing, splen
dc vailue for1 the price.
See our line Damasks with
apkins to Match.
We aire anxious to show you
I1ro1;h o r1 stock. Every de
E1iieImnt is 111p to the usual
\ promiso you polito attention,
liable goods lit prices as low as can
miide. \o do no. sell shoddy
>ods. Wo do sell good clean mer
1a'dise, and ask you to look in on
whilo doing your D)ocomber shop
ng. Yours truly,
DADE AT -
V IIAVl' 13 EEN Ol'ENING ANI)
m iarking New Goods for the past
ur1 weeks, and1( the consequneC is, our
Or'e is packed and jammead with New
dii Goods, aInd we are hecre to Lell you
at we never al low ouirselvyes to be'nn-i
wlsoldl by anyonec, q uaiity3 of goods
CLOTHINC AND HATS.
M\en's suits of Clothes for *4100, worth
.00: Men's anuits of Ciothecs for $5.00,
irthi $7.50: M en's suitLs of C)lthes for
.00, wm thLi $10.00:Hioys' suits of Clothes
r $.00, worth $1.50: Hoys' suits of
othecs for $i. 23 and( $1 .50, worth $2.00:
Dy0 101(1o Clothes for $2 00(, wort,h
50an 3.001: I3oys' K nee Il'ants at
e., -100. andi 50c. a1 pa1ir. B3ig lot, of
en's IExtra I Xnts, all1 sizes. at half the
-(ce you1 pay3 for them at other places.
en11 sHats4, all kinds and latest, styles.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Wec have them of all kinds and the
A big~ lot. Ladies' Jackets at from
.50 to $7.00. A hig lot Ladies' Capes
from 500, to $7.50--Plushu, Cloth andl
We can sho(w 0one of the Best and
urgest, Stocks of New D)ress Goods in
ewbb'ri ", andl at jnst Half the Price
mn pay fo -t,hem at other stores. You
Ill only 'ose money for yourself if you
',see us on Dress Goods this season.
Newv Lot '1 rimmings, Velvets, Silks,
n broidery, Laces and( Ri bbonus.
Comec to see us often. No trouble for
to show goods.
Main St,reet., Newberry, S. C.
ONLY Ost-*: S'roni:.
l'ATE 0OF SOUTH' I CAR~OLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERY--IN
rahi U. Maiflet , Mat t ie.J Sloan and
Johnit C Ha21lfaere, Plainti 114, against
Elizabeth H. Norris, Hernry A rchie
Bloaun, Johno Calvin Sloan. Albert E.
Sloan, Benijaiun B. Sloan, Snamuel
A. Sloani, Burt M. Slonn, Em ma S8
Norris, John E. Huzhardt, Thomas
Wilson, Annie Wilson, Frank Wilson
anid Alice WVilsoni, D).fendants.
Summons for Relief.
(lihe Defendants abov'e named:
70OU AREi HIER~BY SM
Lnmoned and1( re< uliredI to anlswer
e comnpilint In t his actIon of which
cop)y 1 is erewith Iserved upon)1
ui, and to serve a euPy (If your
swer1 to the sait01 comhliiit on,. lie
hseribers alt their oflle at Newberry
t H ouise, Soth Carolina, within
enly dlays aifter' thle service. hereof;
elusIve of thle day' of sucnh service;
d if you' fail (i toiswe.r the compi llaint
thi hIbe tim e Iaforesaid, the lpla inlt iffs
this action will apply to I ile Court
(ihe relief demandt i(ld in the com-.
D)ated 'NIwherry, l8. (j., Novemibe~r
I, A. D). 1899.
IIUN T & IHUNT,
PlaIin tf's Attorneys.
.the Defendants. Henr.y Archie
iloani, Trhoma s Wilson, A nniei Wi I.
on, Frank WVilon and Alice Wilson: C
akle notico thant thle comnplau it I theo
i'e1 entItle art ilon was illed -in the
oo of theO Clerico th(le (C-ort of ('om
ii Pleas for 'Newberry County:
the 23rd daiy oif November, A. D.* I
9. IUNr & HUN,,' .
It will bo felt in the pocket book.
tho Lowest. Percb.
Just step this waty into tho
...Clothing and Gent's I
and you will bie surprised at thl
our aill wool suit for men at only $<)
Now look ait our $8.'75 suit that ovot
Yes, we havo liner ones that are go<
at beautiful lItno of hatndsomeo Cnston
'We that you hacvo bveln paying; One
Departmtnt. and look at thet famous
Wishing all a happy th ankcsy
I hae sod ot niy enltire
Notions, and will hereafter e,,
in my Clothing Dopartonont you
styles in Suits, Panits and Overcoat:
MY SHOE LIN
with all kinds of Shoes for Mon,
latest styles in Soft and Stiff Hats,
My line of FURNISHIIN(r GO()
Hosiery, Susponders, Collars, Cu's,
o wear-new and fresh.
Prices the Lowest! Sr.
the Best. Everything
aC0'lk'3] I3h ,.
T hui inei nown.t tha tre g
fu lili l in of aeststylo of adios
$2.0 to u O3.i50. IeumPY IOi
In meiade we cary a full
Buton and a.is lis the bestC
~vitI ll ind o Shoe fonsci,
Mytinuance UNIIN o
Priesthe irw st r
He wist. begladito
YrsE T TmI'
Seasonable and Beautifiii.
Goods iro shown on every counter.
Every thing which coies under the
general head or'
That is vorthy Of the 11no has
found a plac( in our storo. Our
cuotors will lin(d i reality about
ing Season Here.,.
Quality rises highi, but prices aro on
vallles. Stop at sOcond and Oxilnno
00, you will ad(lmit that it's worth $7.
ybody says that it is well worth $10,
)d bargans, ask to see then. We have
i made, \Vhite and Colored Shirts for
Llollar for. Be sure to visit our Shoo
"Bostonian," they aro the best mado.
iving, I aun Yours truly
lin ,)f' Drytj Goods 1and Ladies'
irry a first class and u)-to-dato
es and Gents'
i can find all the latest and iobbiest
for Men and Boys.
E IS COMPLETE
Nomon anid Children. I have all the
from the cheape)es:t to ihe finest.
D)S is hard to bat. Underwear, Shirts,
and every thing that a gentleman needs
yles the Latest ! Quality
Fresh and Up-to-date.
mj ' WICK.
~. Fine Shoes
is being the best on the rnarket. A
and Misses Button and Lace Shoes
line of Ladies' Missos' and Children's
line of medium grado Shoes on the
-$1.ti0. Ladies sizes 2 2.8-$1.50.
$1.00, $l.25 and $1.75-the greatest
if Boys' School Shoes that are great
etter shoes for the price than any one
', Newborry, S. (I.
MY LINE OF
LOTS 01F NICE
IJIlINA AND GLidSSWllt
All are invited to comoc and ex
ammoe my stock,
J. W. WHITE,
Main St.reet NTawharry,. R04.